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the subscriber to give better satisfaction than any pajor
puolished in Pittsburgh.
Those who wish to take a paper from Pittsburgh, will find
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address, JAIII=S P. BAIUt,
sepl7 Editor and Pronrietor.
le. e. Dna. so. A. km=
BAlaia & MYERS'
BOOK AND JOB 'OFFICE,
Corner of Fifth and Wood Streets,
r I .IIE undersigned having made extensive
additions cf the LATEST AND-RANDSOWEST STYII I E.
P TYPE, and improved liachinary, to the 'MORNING POST
JOB OFFICE, invite the a ttention of Bail Road Ofilc'er
iferehants, business son, and the pnbllo generally, to tlieir
upe_rior facilities for executing with dispatch, on reasonable
erns, all kinds of
AND EThEY OrMR. DESCRIPTION ON
PLAIN iEt FANCY PRINTING
AU- Oar nuatetial being nearly all new, we can give mean-
ante of the n1c4.4 complete satisfaction, and solicit orders
RAIL ROAD BILLS AND CARDS,
DANK MECIIS, BLANK NOTES,
Llf - 9MIt HEADS, BILL HEADS,
BILLS LADING, CIRCULARS,
PAPER BOOK/3, DEEDS,
MORTGAGES, BONDS, &a,
AZ,' Particular attention will also be paid to the printing
of Posters, Prog,denmes, ,tc. for Concerts, Exhibitions and
Circuses. BARR A 11Y-EIL9:
The People's Shoe Store.
D. S. DIEFFENBACHER & CO.,
Cheap Cash Doalertiln all kinds of Fashionable..
BOOTS, SHOES AND 'GAITERS
for Gentlemen ; lAdloa, Youths and Children,
lie. 17 Fifth Street, near Itiariret,
001 a PITTSBURGH, PA.
J. a. FIRRIN ......... JOHNSON B. A. JOHNSON
PERRIN &r. JOHNSON,
Proprietors of Child A - Co.'s
Patent Elastic Fire and Water Proof
133 THIRD STREET.
ORDERS for ROOFING promptly and faith
fully exact:tad, an all our work warranted.
Roofing material always on band, and for sale, with al
rections for use.
JOS. F. lIKIIIILTON *, GO,,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
arner of lire and Liberty streets, PiUthurgh, Pa. ,
QUPERIOR STEAM ENGINES for Grist
and Saw Brewerios, Printing RAtablialiMOHiS,
4r, nigaqorles, made to order. They also . continne the
umnufautnie of their Celebrated Illachinistsr.2ools, such as
Ttirning Lathes, Iron Planers, Boring and Drilling 2,lachinge,
kr_ Also, Wrought Iron Shafting, with Pulleys, llangere,
JOHN THOMP3OH - HAHRHT THOMPSON B. O. MILIJOI,
JOHN TIKOMPSON & CO.,
IJOUSE PAINTERS, GLAZIERS AND
GRAINER% No. 135 Third street. SIGN PAINT
ING executed with neatness and despatch. Mixed Paints,
Gila. Turpentine, Varnish, Japan and English Patent Dry
ire, Ville Montaigne Zinck, a very superior article; Phila
delphia and Pittsburgh White Lead always on hand and for
ask. We are prepared to grind colors for Painters, Drdg
gi.tta, or others, at the shortest notice, as we have a Mill
which grinds by steam Painters will save monoy by get
ting their colors gratind with' no. •
GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES,
QT flArtll-PtLCTURER'S PRICES.
or weighing spirits, the cheapest and beet articles ever
Drought to this city.
TILEIMOMEMERS AND DAICONIETEIiB,
warping in price from $8 to 130 Each.
I ways on hand a: G. E. 1811A11'S,
/I..aafcal Opti,-ian, 6S Fifth Mrect.
ec23 opposite litisonlo
6. C. & J. EL SAWYER,
AND ROSIN SOAPS
No. 4.7 Wood ctrest, Pittsburgh, Pa
DISSOLUTION OF PAIUNERSIII.P.-
The firm of HAWORTH BRO. A BROWNLEE was,
ou the'l34.l of May, MS, dissolved by mutual consent, by the
withdrawal of J}ffU HAWORTH from: tho above Arm.
The acootmta of the late firm will be settled by HAWORTH
,TEHII HAWORTH, to withdrawing from the above
firM,limily thank" his farmer patrons and aide. the patrons
of the late firm, for the very liberal ratronaga he has re
wind, and would kindlyrecommend them to ins same/Isom
HAWORTH & BROW LSE, ss'they are determined to sell
at low figures, having a very large assortment of OHEAP
GROOERLES, WINES and LIQUORS on hand.
DAVID HAWORTH and JAMES BLOWNLEE
have this day associated tegt3ther, and c7ill continuo on the
twiness at the 01.1) STAND, corner of Diamand and Dia
mond alley, under the style of HAWORTH h BROWNLEE,
where they honer )receive that patronage so liberal given
to the old firm, a) they are dcternainacl ta sell CD :APED.
than any otter Flora in the city. mylß
Office of Sealer of Weights and
THE OFFICE OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
BULKS OF wzrairrs .AND MEd QUQ>ti4,
Key be found henceforth, in Cherry alley, be tween Third
and /mirth atreete, where orders may be left.
WS., HAVEN'S Elastic Stcel Pens just
e received, and for sale et the Stationery Store,
jc.2B Nos. al, 33 and 85 Market irtreet.
EM FRANKLIN ALM ANACA FOR 1859.
—This well-known and popular annual, formerly pub
lished by Johnston t Stockton, after a lapse of Years, will
again shortly be leaned. The circulations as formerly will
Le 'nada by Lie skillful mathenistician, Sanford 0. Hill,
Ituk, who will also prepare tir its pages such reading mat.
to es will make it an entertaining and- instructive maga
:Jae. Besides the reliable astronomical calculations, a new
cad Ingenious table of time, an accurate method of drawing
meridian lines, and other matters of permanent value will
Orders of booksellers and other dealers are
zdrutre of publication, as but one edition will be printed,
And orders will be Slied according to prkyrity.
' VFX. 0. JOHNSTON a 00.,
Pablishers Printers, Stationers, and Blank Book linkers,
" E 7, Wo od street, Pittsburgh.
r (IWO DWELLING HOUSES FOE RENT,
I. by $. OUTHBEIRT SON,
1/TABULL-300bas. Rochester Pearl &arab,
fief ale goo MOW H. GAIIIN&
i, .._, Y;.,,,,,4'‘:
Onae a [in 19'.t/y
tue.e.k. I pap*.
. 10 00
JEHII II AWORT II
lj I 1 - 1 Aliqi
PUBLISHED DAILY BY JAMES P. BARR, AT THE i/ POST BUILDINGS," OORNER OF WOOD AND FIFTH STREETS; AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM:
ADAMS' CORN SHELLER.
fp LIE PROPRIETORS OF THE ." PITTS
"AL BURGH NOVELTY WORKS" having; tlirongb Mr.
Adams, (the principal mechanical genius of the ilrm,) 'ob
tained letters patent, dated r/th August, 1858, for a new
and simple instrument f9r SWUNG CORN,irnly neat,
compact and portable, combining durability, utility and
cleanness; nacessariappendage to every farmer's barn,
is now offered to the people of the United States at a very
low price.' 'We /have no "Thtent Rights" for sale; but
manufacture And sell the article at our works. Owlisg to its
compact form it is destined soon to become an article of
trade in every Efurdware:Morchants' shelf
The Machines are of two sizes, weighing only about 3fr
and 50 pounds, and may be secured to a poet, pillar, or door,
as you would a coffee mill. We add no more, when seen,
It speaks for itself.
sell.:3mdaw LIVINGSTON, COPELAND A 00
T IS TIIETILEAPEST, SIMPLEST, SMALLEST
Will Chaff Twice as Fast as any in the United States
IT IS PERFECTLY ADAPTED '
to the Cleaning of all Seeds, from the
sumilest to the largest, without waste, and is < •
only twenty Inches wide, but must bo seen to
be, appriatei. Farmers, Manufacturers, Me• o f
chant:mat everybody also, are invited to see
Its practical working, at the More undor the St. Charles
flotel, Pittsburgh .
solS:latelaw--cJ T GOLMIN, Agent.
AUTUMN TRADE , 1858,
STAPLE AND FANCY
37 YFL 3E I Gr Cy 6=o 3CP
OF NEWEST STYLES
SHAWLS IN EVERY VARIETY
IdAII,INOB, COBURGS, MUSLIN DELAINES.
VELVETS, SLUTS, ALPACAS, GINGIIAM.S.
CLOVIS, CASSIKESEBES, SATINETS, VESTINGS,
FLANNELS, PRINTS, BLEA'D AND - BROWN GOODS
With a complete line of
And other atyled of Goode adapted to
A FIRST CLASS TRADE,
All of which are offered for sale, cheap.
W. G. CHITTICI( & CO.,
438 Market.& 433 Merchant Sts.,
NO. 65 FIFTH STREET.
DURABLE, FIRE AND WATER PROOF
JOSEPH HART AI AN,
(Recently Agent for H. M. Warren & C 0.,)
hIANIIPAOTITHER. AND DI ALEU
RIE N ' CEMENT,
G R AVE I,
SATURATED CANVAS ROOFING,
I€4.OPFIG6, N. 65 FIFTH erIiEET, opposite Odd 14.1
lows hIaL. Pittsburgh, Pa. jvq
(A-OARD FROM DR. JAMES N. JAR
RETT, OF TEE NEW YORK LUNG INFIRM.
AllY.—My connection for the past eight years with tile
above Institution, as' hief Physician; and a twelvd yoga'
course of steady devotion to the Caro of Pulmonary Con
sumption and its kindred diseases, together with my tin
rivalled opportunitiea and advantage of pathological research
—aided not a little by a perfect system of Medical inhale:
ficra—has enabled me to aarlve at a decisive, direct and Edo
eased course of treatment for the positive and radical cdre
of all diteases of the Yaronf, lamas, and .4siri s astoget. By
Inhalation, the vapor and curative properties of medicines
are directly a:tressed to the diseased organs and the integu
ment. Ido not advise the use of Medical Inhalation of any
kind: to the exclusion of general treatment and although' I
consider it a useful adJavant in the proper management of
those fearful and often fatal diseases, yet I deem it very ma
cessary that each patient should have the benefit of both
general and local treatment. The success of my treatment
in the above diseases, and the high character of the Institu
tion over which I have so long had the honor to preside,are
tact - well known to need any eulogy or comment from me.
At the solicitation of many private and professional friends,
through whose philanthropic aid the above charity , has been
long and liberally supported, and after clue consideration, I
have concluded to make such arrangements as will bridg
the le. neats of my, experiments and treatment within the
reach of all, and not confine myself, as heretofore, to those
only who entered the Infirmary, or who were able to N i4l t
meat my officio: 'Upping therefore that the arrangemeat
will give entire satisfaction, both to my professional breth
ren and the public, I would respectfully announce in con
clusion,ttuat /can nom be consultecipersonaliy or by better,on
all (Mamas as above, and that the medicines, the same 4a
mreeVin the Institution, prepired to snit each Individual
case. Inhaling Vapors, - Medical rnhakrs, cee., cfc., will be
forwarded by ()sprees to any part of the United States or
the Canadal. 'Passes—My terms of treatment by letter ace
as follows, Via . : $l2 per month for each patient which will
include medicine-sufficient for one month's nee; also, lii
lialing.Vapor, and an inhaling Apparatus: Pi meat as fol
lows tsB to be pall)) Express Agent on recent of the box
of Medicine, and - the balance $8 at the expiration of the
month, if the pati,nt be cured or he entirely satisfied with
the treatment. Patients, by giving a full dilatory of their
case, and their symptoms in full, can be treated as well by
letter as by personal weemination. Patients availing thorn
selves of Dr. Jarrett 's treatment may rely upon immediate
and aermanent relief, is he teklom has to treat a case over
thirty days. Leiters for advice promptly answered. For
further particulars, address
JAaIES at. JARRETT, M. D,. •
No. 82) Broadway, oar. Twelfth St., N. Y.
P. B.—Phyalciana and others visiting tho city are re-;
epectfully invited to call at the Infirmary, where many:
interesting cases can be witnessed, and where our ins
proved apparafu.s.for the inhalatiou of medicated vapor
can be seen and inspected. ay.3o:Bm
Summer Lager Beer.
ariFIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO
inform hisTriends and the public in gencral, - that ha
is in the daily receipt of thla della/aim Beer, from the well.
khown Brewery of J, pi. Straribi - Allegheny city, it having
been pronenneed to - be the bast that was manufactured here
for many yearn, CLEAR, TASTEFUL and PURE. Give me
a call and try it. JOHN BOTH,
ap.lttf At his old stand, No. 26 Diamend.
TAMES MILLINGAR, AWN ONGAHELA
u PLANING Nymr,, would respectfully inform the public
that he has rebuilt since the fire, and having enlarged his
establishment, and filled it with the newest and most ap•
proved machinery, is now preparnd to furnish naming and
planed boards, scrawl sawing and resawing, doors, sash and
shutters, kiln dried, frames, mouldings, box making, Ao.
South:Pittsburgh, September 7,1857. [sold
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
Corner of Fourth► and Smlthdeld Streets,
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES THAT
he has received his Spring Assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS,
Of the newest styles, best quality and most elegant descrip
tions, which he is prepared to raannacture to order in the
And with such a character of workmanship, as cannot fail
to mild, and please the most fastidious tastes, [nub)
DSOR SHADES.—GoId bordered,
Tv prahi and Macy. also, shade Trimmings, .to.,
always on hand at sad Yor sale cheap by
J. a H. PHILLIP%
04 5 alDd
as.. Otatr sires&
E 0 N Car lE it ESTAH7RA.PUT.
BY ELI YOUNG, FIPTH STREET.
The attention Morchanta
OA' 4 :1,3 . 4-4 and others is directed to Ulla ,
egtablbdnuottt, Which has boon recently tined vp•
up for the purpolle of allordinA' a SliftilTAN - - • IA
TIAL EATLIfti• HOUSE IN••A CENTRAL LOOATION ,
Country folks attending market aro particularly Invited to
talL Everything pertaining to an DATING SALOON will
r.lwnye be found, of the (reelect the market atfurdi.
THE NATIONAL SALOON,
Under Voater , s New National Theatre,
D. BARNARD, - - - PROPRIETOR,
RAS FITTED UP IN A TASTEFUL
and comfortable style, the large centre store in the
01)1.) FELLOWS HALL, Fifth strait, as a FIRST, CLASS
RESTAURANT and SALOuN. Having had mauyyears'
experience in the business, he is prepared to supply the beet
the market affords. His Bar will be furnished ut all times
with the beet Winos, Liquors and •Ales. The entrance to
the Saloon, is in 'the centre of the Rail, and refreshments
will be furnished at all times, DAY and NIUCT (Sundays
COR. PENN'A AVENUE 4- THIRD ST.
1. F. BEVERIDGE
H. W. KANAGA.
11 O S O li s T•E
JAMES SHANION, Proprietor.
PIES HOUSE IS LOCATED ON TILE
corner of P}NN and W4SILINGTON Streets, between
the CENTRAL AND WESTERN RAILROAD DEPOTS, and
t 1 undergone a thorough Improvement, remodeled and
furnished with r4w furniture, and is Low the must convo.
Meat Hotel in Pittsburgh, for Travelers by Railroad, East
or West. myßly
MANSION HOUSE, GEORGE AUREN'TZ.
PROPIIII3O2. ..tio. 144. Liberty street, beeido the
Prieeengorls4ot of the Pennaylcania Railroad, which undies
It the meat COPVegiata henZa in the city for passengers MT'.
tang by thot road.
The proprietor having, at considerable expense, fitted up,
In excellent style, tho MANSION DOUSE, would respect
fully solicit a share of public patronage. Thorn is attached
a splendid STABLE and extensive WAGON YARD, afford.
fug ample inzointucdation to travelers and teerssiers. Ells
Larder and Dar will be furnished with the Lost the market
own afford. febLy
NEW ICE CREAM SALOON
AND LADIES' R. &ETA ['RANT,
. NO. 27i FIFTH STREET.
r4L,lstibscriber htia ltasod, and ottp.l up several commudi.
on rooms, nearly opposite the Exchange Rank, on Firth
.trust, which are now opeu for the Bummer Season. I.
dies and gentlemen can always find an abundant supply of
F RES LI CONFECTIONARY, FRUITS, ICE Olt EAU,
WATER WES % and fill the retrestunonts of the season. All
sre respectfully requested to visit the rooms, and teat 'or
tteumel 'l.lOl U. I.IO3INLEY.
pppincott, Shorten .I.k. .I= l eartion,
NO. 104 WOOD STREET, NEAR KITH.
MANUFACTURERS OF TRUNKS, Va
licee Eat. and Bennet Boxes, Ladles Traveling
Trunks, Carpet 114 s, keep eonStantly tui hand a large
stock. Wo are prepared to do a wholesale trade, end hav
ing facilities to turn out good stock at reduced prices, we
Would invite the trade to call and examine our goods be-
POSTERS, LEGAL BLANKS.
PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
EieculA In tha neatest manner, promptly and at CIIISAP
Inquiro at the MORNING POST JOB OFFICE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CITY
PROPZitTY.—Ono steam engine with needfUl pomp,
uud safety valves; cylinder 12% in bore, 4 fret stroke, 40
horse power; oue Woodworth planing mill, with right to
use; one circular saw mill; one upright saw mini]; doe lath
ndll, with shafting, pulleys, etc., spiders, etc., for minnect
bag the name; one two lined holler, 22 feet long, 42 inchev
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 suit pnrchasPrE. Apply to
JA51.113 u. RICHEY,
Beal Estate and Bill Broker, 65 Inith st.
FIVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS
will purchase a Two Story Frame House of 4 rooms,
cellar, etc. Lot 20 feet front by uo deep, aituato In Alle
gbeny city. S. CUTHBERT & SON.
seL.'3 61 Market etreot.
CHEESE. -200 boxes extra prime Cutting
Cheese, Just received and for gale by
ge22 HENRY 11. COLLINS.
ONNET VELVET.—Everyvariety of Bon
e net material, Bilks, Velvets end &Una, for sale at
AMERICAN WATell FOR RE;LtIABLE
TlME.—These justly celebrated Watches dischilms
any part of foreign mechanism in moventnt or case ' and
possess all the qnslitlea of the beat Swi® Watches. They
aro with Lever Emlspeactent, equal to the English, and in
point of time and prior,ilistance_ell competition.
RFINEALAN & ILEYRAN,
No. 42 Fifth street, near Wood, -
'AU , Agents for the celebrated Am, rican Watcha.,
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS.
BLAIRSVILLE, INDIANA COUNTY, PA.,
COL. ROBT. EVANS, Proprietor,
HAVING PURCHASED THIS HOUSE,
from its former well-known Proprietor, 13. D Mar
ker, Esq ' and refitted it, I am I:1,V prepared to receive and
arcommodato vlattore. Tn, rk,,llti+ are large arid al, y, and
m6ll furnishol. A good btl.l,‘ ra..l.ye provided.
Ink c ult:3 - ton wUb the ii4als:.;°tnere i.i alBo n c 1...1 I Ivry
SCablo. forme In. (lot ate. COL It EVAN+,
0,4:1y l'r prietor
Taff e SYMPOSIIII:4.
WILLIAINI C. UALLAGIIER,
Fjft/ 'Strest,•l4text Door to t 1 Pittsburgh Th eatre.
The boos , . 14 now, built 640)61.11y for the purposes of a
Filet (hem Reetau runt nod 5e10.% an 4 the proprietor hay
tug ;,ad many experience lu Via biiainthe will keep
conetantiv on haled the beat that the markets otford. Hia
%nee, Liquors and'Ales, are of the beat - quality. He wants
all his oldlrieuda end rho public getterally to give hiin a
call at the Symposium. Lp3l2:ly
I\t,',l l Excelsior Restaurant,
No. 111 WOOD Strut,
JAMES morign Proprietor.
lAKE AND EASTERN FISH SOLD
Wholesale and Retail, at the'lowest cash prices.
Largo supplles of Melons. Peaches, and Sweet Potatoes
received di+ly. Also, Now York Prince's Bay Egg Harbor,
Shell Oysters, the finest ever brought to this city. P.very
delicacy of the season constantly on hand, and served up in
the most palatable style. Don't forget the Excelsior Res.
tartrant, No. 111 Wood street. se4
Corner Irwin Street and Duquesne Way,
B. D. MARKER, - - - PROPRIETOR,
(Formerly of the "'.Barker Donee," Blairsville, Pa.)
H E SCOTT HOUSE ,IS NOW COM -
FLETP.I.) AND OPEN FOR GiDEBTI.I. It Is situated
In a central part of the city, being coo verdee t tJ all Railroad
Lopata and Steembbat Landings.
The Houso was built iu 1858, with all mole, n improve
menta, and fitted up it, aidentiid atyle--tho aware Furniture
Lela./ I:lsW—and da every respect he a liret claw
Fine STABS:DS are attached to the preuticus. Jer.2:y
WASHINGTON, D. C
Opposite th• Patina. Railroad D•pot,
HARRISBURG, PA. J,15
WASEIINGTON I O L,
FORMERLY U. S. HOTEL,
QP EVERY DESCRIPTION
CARD?, HANDBILLS, LLUEADS,
PAPER BOOKS FOR LAWYERS,
BARR & MYERS,
MORNING POST JOB OFFICE,
CORNER OP WOOD LYD PIPPO OPPLICZYB
YPE METAL FOR SALE.-
The undertiguid have a large quantity cf
TYPE METAL FOR SALE
BARR & MYERS
00K RESTS—Made of Mahogany and
welltlatabod, fur sale by W. 8. IiAVEN,
A ' YER'S SEAL PAPERS Various
slum and c,:lors always ou hand, at
W. B. MAVEN'S,
Corner Market and Second
ANTED, $20,000.-TWENTY THOU
SAND dollera of good Baldness Paper. Apply to
JAMBS C. RICURY,
Real Eatate and Bill Broker, 60 Fifth street.
ACtiEREL-25 bbLe No. 3 Large, just,
received and fur Bak by,
PITTSBURGH, MONDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1858.
QTT. CHARLES LIVERY STABLES.-
. The undersigned has bought the lease , w .
of the above named Stables, to- c ,
..1" - 73. gather with a portion of the extep-v.'44.r4..s
fis Oro stool of Horses and Carriages
late the property of James Mathews, deceased. In addition
to the stock before-mentionod„ho has also added a =abet , o f
PINE HORSES, RUGGLES AND CARRIAGES,
which were formerly employed at his Livery Stables in
Third, below Wood street. Ae he gives his personal atten
tion to the business, a continuance of the patronage which
ho has hitherto received from public is euliciteil.
St. Charles Livery Stables.
N. 11—A HEARSE and any number of CARRIAGES can
always be procured for Panora's.
ST 0 e 1(1 N U YARNS--
Always ou hand, and fur bale at
ault 77 Market street.
FLOUR. --4U Ibis. chola) superfine for sale
by JAS - . A. FETZER,
Ourner Market and First eta
GENTS' SHOES AND UAI'I'ERS
Cards, Freight 131112,
Circalars, Dray Receipts,
Bill Heade, Labels,
Railroad Receipts, Bilis Lading,
With every other description of Job Printing, executed
with promptness and at fait prices.
J. IL WRLDLN,
Printer and Bind.r,
Wood street, near Fourth.
INDIA RUBBER CURRY COMBS.-1113
beet article in we, jut received at the India Rubber
Depot, 26 and 28 St. Clair droet.
GO barrels Extra No. 1 Lard Oil
26 No. 2 Lard Oil, on hand and for sale,
by imY/Bi .11. C. & J. IL SAWYER,
C OUNTRY BACON.-1000 lbs. Country
llama, Shoulders end Sides, received and for
gale by JAS. A. FETZER,
roil 2 Ouruarldarlret and Wirer Us
1 L01:1.11,--2.5 bble. Serafino Nein received
and for Kale by MAIMESS, IMAM Lit CO,
Corner Wood and Water streeta.
RIFLES.---A most desirable
AU and cheap weapon, at BOWE k TETLEY'S,
enyt Na. IRS Wcnd verve*.
HENRY IL COWIN
GLABB.-300 bozos assorted sizes, Window
Mug, good country brawl'," for ludo by
myt3 HOMY EL COLTINA.
QUAWLS AND DRESS- GOODS, os l
kg every variety of style and 'qualitY, a large uatortment
and cheaper than they can be found In the city.
0. HANSON LOVE, -
ee2l No. 7.4 Mae: att est;
'LIVERY Economical Purchaser of Dress
.. vi th x d„ shw a , Mantles, to.; also Domestic and fita•
pieflocall i n c l find it to their ohmage to call and exami ,
our New rf talland Winter Dry Goodsbefor i t i Vas
tag elsewhere. O. HANSON
cgs Ramsciriam &mi. Zion 74 ilacitat a.
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
ronn,ylvanin Ptata Agricultural Poehay at their rxhjL
lieu bald at PittAurgh,
A DIPIWIA AND USER MRDAL
iitato Agricultural i?ozilety Lt their cilia,
lie:d at Pittsburgh, 1856,
A SILVELL MEDAL
Sfato Agricultural euckity at their exhibi
tion held at P.ttattirgh, 1E1,3,
A GOLD SILDAL
alaes. Charitable ,Ifecbanic Asa'u.... NlT—Gold Medal
Ma a. Charitable Alechanis Agell.. ...... ....1839.-Gold Medal
Mass. Charitable Meciraalc,,iss'n 1841...G01d Medal
Masa. Charitable Alechaldb . filis'n . 1844.:.G01d MEOW
Mass. Charitable Mechanio Asa'n::.... 1847-. Gold Medal
Maas. Charkable Mechanic Amen 1850...G01d Medal
, Mass. Charitable Mechanic Asa'n 1858...G01d Medal
Mass. Charitable Mechanic Asa'n 1858. - „Gold Medal
Albany County Fair, New York 1854...G01d Medal
Maine Charitable Mechanic Ass'n 1833.811ver Medal
Mass. Charitable Mechanic Asa'n 1844.811ver, Medal
Masa. Charitable Mechanic Ass'n ...... ....-1840.811ver Medal
Mass. Charitable Mechanic Ai3/3'n 1847.8ilver Medal
Worcester Comity Mechanic A55'i5...........1848.811ver Medal
Franklin Institute, Penneylvania---•...-1848 Silver Medal
Worcester County Mechanic Ass'n- 1849.811ver Medal
Mass. Charitable Mechanic Ass'n 1800.81 Iver Medal
Worcester County Mechanic Asa'n 1851.811ver Medal
Worcester County Mechanic A5en.....—...1851.811ver Medal
Ohio State Board of Agriculture 1852.811ver Medal
Ohio State Board of Agriculture 1853.811ver Medal
b ontucky Alechanlca' Institute 1855.811ver Medal
Mass. Charitable Mechanic Ass's) 1 1, 58.8'lver Medal
Mass. Charitable Mechanic Aura 1866 Silrer Medal
Illinois State Fair 1858 Silier Medal
Mass. Charitable Mechanic Ass'a 1860 Bran ze -Mad al
World's Fair, London 1851.Bronas Mei,lal
Mass. Charitable Mechanic Ass'n 1858.11101 m Medal
Mass Charitable Mechanic Men.- ...... •••/ 856 •Bronze Medal
A full supply of
CHICKERING 4- SONS' PIANO FORTES,
Of every description, manufactured by them, consisting of
PARLOR GRAND PIANOS,
NEW COTTAGE OR UPRIGHT PIANOS,
THEIR NEW ENLARGED SCALE PIANOS
Aiv- For sale. by
JOHN 11. MELLOR,
Sole Agent for Ohlc/casing 6c Bons' Piano; for Pittsburgh,
No. 81 WOOD 8T EST, between Diamond alley and
Fourth atteot. ocß
ACHOICE LOT of the unequalled
arEtNwaY & SON'S, New York Pianos, I nst re.
ceived ; amongst them a Three Stringed Lords XI V, of 73,i,
ociaves, and superb workmanship. We match this
instrument against any Grant Piano in this city for gran
deur, volume and beauty at tone. The Steinway Pianos are
beyond all doubt the most perfeotones made anywhere, and
are destined to become the moat popular Junta umezi ts In the
world. They are folly warranted by the makers and toe
subscribers, and will be sold at New Ycrk factory prices.
For sale by 11. KLEBER & SRO, No. 13 Fifth et,
Solo agent for Steinway's Pianos.
Also received, a flue lot of Satins & Clark's, and also
Dunham's Pianos. 5027
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE CONSTANT
LY op Itund a oomploto stock of
MII.ITA It Y 000 1) S
CX3NECBTL4e lli PARR 07
14 ABFI kA,
1,131110 KJ WITH /ITU IQUIIIILINTS GT 11130/1T NOTIOA
SILK AND BUNTINU ULACIS MADE TO ORDER
J5lO. B. AVVADDMIN & Som.
96 MARKET STREET
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES,
UHE A P
O PEOPLE'S .
A 8110 E 15TORa, A
No. 17 FIFTH ST.
PURE BLACKBERRY AND CHERRY
BRANDY, for medichull purposes, at
HAWORTH A BROWNLEE'S,
1e in the Diamond.
NDIA RUBBER CORKSCREWS;
I. Pen Holders;
" . "
For sale by J. 11.-WELDIN,
Bookseller and Stationer,
64+20 63 Wood street. near Votuitt
1811.-500 packages White Fish, Salmon,
and Trout, for Bala by (say 2 / 1 IL H. COLLINB.
NO. D. itt'OREARY'SCOL'D PRINTINtI
IN6B-Bold by rmr24l J. R. WELDIN:
ORN.-10 bags shelled Corn received and
for sale by flea) HENRY IL COLLINS
UCKWHEAT FLOUR. 20, ixas Buck
whbat Fluor, 60 ID sacks, just received and for sale
McCANDLM, MEANS & CO.,
r.) Carder Wood and Water streets.
ARD.—A prime artiolo of No. 1 Lard, in
barrels and kegs, Jost received and for sale by
McCANDLESS, ML(B h CO,
Corner of Wood and Water streets.
OUSE KEEPING ARTICLES. --
v German Saver Spoons;
Silver Plated Spoons, (extra heavy;)
And many other housekeepers' artleles, for sale at
6 e 25 BOWN & TETLEY, No. 138 Wood at.
B UTTON S,
No. 216 South Front Street, Philadelphia,
Agent for 'laid/lick .4 Co.'s Champagne; Dutch Co. Am
B tor dam Gin; littvaaa and German Cigars; Wines, Bran
dies, etc., in Custom House and in Store.
LI E A
ON THURSDAY, 14TH OF OCTOBER NEXT.
WE will sell in the Navy Yard, at Mem
phis, Tenno,eee, the ENGINES and BOLLh'EtS used
by the Government in the manufacture of rope.
Double Acting Engine, of two cylinders of 42 inch stroke
15 inches in diameter—estimated at fifty Muse power each,
with an independent cnbaff attached to each cylinder. Bide
valves with eccentric motion. One large regulator with
connections complete, and indicator attached, for time and
revolution. Main driving wheel 13 feet in diameter, of cast
iron, with inserted teeth. Jack gear running in connection
with it is of cast iron with cut teeth, feel in diameter, giving
velocity to the jack eh aft three to one of that of the en
gines. Engines rests,oniron,beds.2.o feet . loisg„.2 feet high,
weighing 9000 The each. Main shafting connected with the
jack shaft 55 feet long, 6 inchealn diameter, of wrought.
Tennessee iron with stands and coupling complete. Bras ,
and babbett metal boxes; 7 large drums from 8 to 16 feet in
diaunterlitted on the shafts. The foundations that the en
gines and main line of shafting rests on, are of stone, and
aro fitted in such a manner that they can 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-gange connected with
each boiler. Boilers are arranged in two separate sets, con
nected so that either or both can be need : ono set can al
ways be kept in order. Thor are made of !X inch Tennessee
iron. Iron fronts for boilers 23 feet Jong and 6 feet high.
The Engine and Boilers are linishteli, in all their parts, in
the best workmanlike manner. They were built by B. L.
Norfolk, of Belem, Massachusetts, at a cost of about 615,000.
They were used by the Government for a few months, and
proved to be superior to any in the Missbigrppi Valley.
J. Jr 11. PHILLIPS
One-third to fall due 15th December, 1858; one-third 15th
June, 1859, and one-third 16th December, 1858—notes to be
The sale will be positive and without reserve.
Will ha leased at the same time, for 28 years, all the Rope
Walk not heretofore disposed.
$l5 WORTH OF MOSIO FOR TWEN
TY-FIVE OENTEI—THE GENTLE ANNIE
IdELODLST.—This little 'Work contains all the words and
Mnaio of the new and pop:derail-a of the day. The sale°.
Eon has been made with great care, giving only those songs
which are good and popular. All the best Bongs of S. O.
Roster, are embraced In this collection. A large supply
Just received, and for sale at the &Ingle Store of
Bala JOON H. MELLOR. SI Wood street.
••• THE BEST AN D
amPEST VINEGAR is
ing at the most extensive YIN, •
EGA „ BOAR, WAREHOUSE In the;;"' . ; Z''!` r
ft.Ampart.l_ West. This house now stip
r c ta
Mta idiea, and has for tha last fa .
""` years, morn than one•hali
5te,t41..., , , , the Pittsburgh, grccera, and
- - the same in every othercity in
t ßitt°U'li t7 t t tr r k we elairapt
FIRST INTR - imy , 1849.
A. L. ALIEWEIA2II3III.I;TLV . S.
Portable Steam Hoisting and Pumping Engine
On Wheats, from 3to 80 home powor. Mao, Varm En
glues and Saw Mill Drivers, 3to 80 home. Engines always
on hand. Manufactory, I.sth 8. liantilton Street,
bdiaalr*Lanniyan BS.; 2 fn. and 8 ban.
600 " No.l Palm Soaps, In lb., 2 lb. and 8 lb. bars.
a Obendeal Oliva Soap, in lb. In
260 " German 4 4 4
200 " (lagtflo " in 8 lb. ban
• . 60 rtre Palm " b. .-
Oa. tuknO, gad ablo by
• • lan B, O. a J. IL ablfrilll.
PIQ LEAD 300 Pigs, for sal
EL o by
cab EMMY 004 TM
MISCELL 9 NEOUS.
R OOFING! ROOFING 1 ! ROOFING I! !
CAN VAS AND CEIVHAT ROOFING,
'FIRE AND WATER PROOF,
Thu firm of Perrin A Johnson having by mutnal consent,
been recuuty diadolved, LI. S. BATES and WM JOHNSON
give Lotice that they have entered into partnership for the
purpose of carrying ou the above ROOFING BUSINESS in all
its branches, tinder the name and firm of BATES & JOHN
SON, at the Id stand, 75 Smithfield street, near Diamond
Old Gravel Roofs and all others repaired wi h care.
IRON, TIN, COPPER and ZINO ROOFS CEMENTED,
Making thorn water•tight, and perfectly securing them from
the action of the weather; twice as durable as common
paint, and lees than half the cost.
SHINGLE ROOFS PAINTED, thereby iLoreastng their
DURABILITY and making them FIREPROOF.
All work done in the most thorough and faithful manner
by experienced workmen.
N. B —The durability of the COTTON CANVAS is no
destroyed by being improperly prepared for the roof.
All having roofs to be repaired or renewed will find it to
their advantage to call on us before making dOntracta.
BATES & JOHNSON,
75 Smithfield street, near Diamond alley.
P. S.—References and Certificates at oar office.
BOOTS & SHOES
JUST OPENING AT
JOS. H. BORLAND'S,
No. 98 Market Street.
The subscriber 1.1 Just receiving a large and well selected
stock of Fall and Winter
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Of every style and variety, and STRANGERS V ISITING
THE FAIR would SAVE MONEY, by calling and examlo•
tog our stock and making what purchases they want.
N. B.—WIIOLESALEI MERORANTS supplied at a very
slight advance over Eastern prices. Give 111 a call, and don't
forget the place, at the Cheap Cash Store of
JOSEPH 11. DORLA:11:0,
s 30 98 Market et., second door from Fifth.
JAMES C. RICEIET,
Auctioneer, Real Nate Agent and Bill Broker,
No. 6K Fifth Street
D EPOT FOR THE SALE OF COAL OIL,
132 South Seciond Street,
Lubricating 011 for all kinds of Machinery, Biniaa..le or
Lamp Oil, Is superior to the beat winter strain sperm for
burning In all kinds of
LAMPS, LANTERNS, lIEADLIGIITS, AC
THOMAS' SUPERIOR PATENT IMPROVED LAMP
This lamp performs a perfect consumption of all smoke
and smell arising from the use of oil, in which other lamps
are found imperfect, thereby giving a much more brilliant
flame. For sale wholesale and retail by •
a1312:23n1 H. HOUMA U, Sole ' Agent.
muroccrzi:o3Froco cibC o.,
HATTERS, HAVE RECEIVED THE
Fall styles of
SILK HATS, CAB KIifEKE HATS, FRENCH SUIT HATS.
TEE LATEST STYLES' OF CAPS,
solo No. 121 Wood Street, Pittsburgh
J. D. LEET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Hollidaysburg, Blair County, Penn's.,
WILL ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS
entrusted to hie care, in the counties of Blair, Som
erset. Huntingdon, Cambria, and Clearfield seigt..m
TO STRANGERS AND VISITORS TO
THE FLIIL—SASH AND DOOR FACTORY IN
ALLEUTIENII.—BuiIders, Contrattore, or others wanting
Pao, Doors, Window Prsmes, Shutters or Mouldis go, should
call at the CENTRAL PLANING DULLS, and examine our
superior work and finish, for with our present superior and
One w. tieing machinery we are beyond competition, and
our prices are much below these producing an inferior ar.
Odle. Call and examine for yourselves. Jobbing, Repair
ing,sto. prcmptly attended to. J. &H. T. PRICE,
Con yid Pinning Mlle, Water street, between Federal and
Beaver, Allegheny City, Pa. ea 243
WILLIAM H. YEATON,
ENGINES AND BOILERS
O. B. LOCKE .4 CO.,
Auctioneers, and Real Estate Brokers
"And the sentence of the court is, that you,
Robert Amer, shall be confined in the State
Prison for the term of_ seven years.
Seven years ! it was too short a time. Why
did be not say seventy years? I could net
die in seven years. Let me hope ; perhaps' I
may. Another buzz and hum, and I was
taken to my old cell, to wait my removal to
the State Prison next day.
I think I slept better that night than I 'mid
before since my arrest. The trouble was
principally over ;1 had only one point to fulr
fill. I had charged all that as soon as 14
brother Wilson had recovered sufficiently , to
speak with any one, r a hater I had written
should be given to him. In this letter 'I
charged him, by everything that was Agered,
by all the past, by his care, for my life, and
for my hereafter, to come to me, to let me sde
him, and 'converse with him before he breathed
a word to any living person.
I was stretched out upon my pallet the
morning after my trial; the padlock clanked
against the door. It was an unusually early.
hour for any one to enter my.celL I only '
thought it was the call for my departure to
change my confinement, for one .more
some. I sprang to my feet, and. received in
my arms my dear old father. He could not
speak : he only cried out aloud like a child,
and held out a paper in his hand. The keeper
who had opened the door, it was, who said :
" A pardon."
A pardon from the Governor ! I was not
thankful. No, then I was not. But God'
doeth all things well.
Mechanically I went forth into the pure air
of. heaven. My father sobbed all the way.
I shed not a tear. Why should I Weep ?
had been defrauded of my due ; I had been
denied my atonement. My father wished : to
carry me home—my dear father! Ho talked
of all his plans for the fature—how I was to,
be reinstated with Allen: & Graham, who
were to forget all, the past, and give me back
my old position in their confidenee 7 how the
notes bad been paid. All would be well.—
But poor Wilson was yet speechless, and the
old man's tears broke out afresh. I was cold
to every one that said. " stay." I only con
sented under his tears to go to the old home.
stead for a day or two, on condition that no
body was to see me during that time ; no one,
save himself and the old housekeeper, who
had always - been to me as a mother. I des,
Oared to my father my unalterable intention
to leave home—to leave the country, and seek
in another land, forgetfulness of the peat.
Two days I staid in my father's house.' In
this time I wrote a long letter to Wilson,-tell
ing him all the past—my love for.. Eunice ;
my criminal thought against her, and against
himself, myjoy of the bearing the burden of
his guilt. I told him I was happy, and in
conclusion, swore that if ever he betrayed
my secret, I would curse him, and hate him
This letter I left in the hands of my father,
to give to Wilson whenever he was able to re
ceive it. Another I left for himself, telling
him to look upon his son Robert as dead.—
And the next morning at _daylight I- stole
noiselessly into the old man's room, kissed
his hand, and went out into the world to be
gin my life.
And now it is the 21st of January, 1858,
and I sit here by the inn window and ,look
down upon the old scene, and oh I with what
different thoughts than when I last gazed ti
on its ever well-known locality. •
• MY brother Wilson is dead. He died in
Ang,ust last. My father still lives. My father
is very old ; seventy-eight he will be in a
fop weeks. Eunice lives; she has tvro.ehil.
dren; the oldest is named after thyself,' ROb
I have been a wanderer in many lands
have made no effort. to _obtain:wealth, but it
has flown in unbidden upon me. I came last.
AVM St. Pots burg s where I have been now
THE DAILY POST
Sandalphon—The Angel oir Prayer.
EY 11. W. LONCIFELLbW.giRIi
)uu teed the TotMtitl of old,
I u ; he legends the Rabbles have told;
of the limitless realmitof the air 2=
Have you read It—the marvellous story
Of dandalphon, the Angel cf Glory,
danualphon, the Angel of Prayer ?
How erect, at the ontexmost gates.
or the City CelistiaT he waits,
With his feet on the ladder of light,
That, crowded With angels unnumbered,
By Jebel? was seen, alEche slumbered
Alone the desert at night?
The Angels of Wind and of. Firo,
Chant only one hymn and expire
With the, spi4odrr?slathhlosif,reas-.-
E'xpire in their rapture and wonder,,
As harp strings are braketitiakilsiler,.
By the music they throb to express.
Bat serene in the rapturoue throng,
Unmoved by the rush or the song,
With eyes naimpassloned end slow,
Among the dead angels, the deathless
Saldalphon stands listening, breathless,
To sounds that asoend from below—
From the spirits cm earth that adore,,
From the souls that entreat and implore,
In tho-frenzy and passion of prayei—
From the hearts that are broken wittlosses,
And weary with 'dragging the crosses r eja.
Too heavy for mortals to bear, ,
And be gathers the prayers as he stands,
And they change into flowers in his hands,
Into garlands of purple and red ;
And beneath the great arch of the portal,
Throngh the streets of the city Immortal,
Is wafted the fragrance they shed.
It le but a legend, I know—
A fable, a phantom, a show
Of the ancient Rabbinical lore ;
Yet the old medieval, strange superstition,
The beautified, strange . anporatitlon,
But haunts me and holds me the more.
Whoa I look from my window at night,
And the welkin above !sail white,
Ail thrbbbing and panting with stare,
Among Them pejestio Is standing
bandalphorithe angel, expanding
His pinions in nebulous baxe.
And the legend, I feel. is a part
Of the hunger and thirst of the heart,
The frenzy and tiro of the brain,
That grasps at the fruitage forbidden,
The golden powgranates of Edon,
To Aulet its forror and pain.
(From the New York Atlas.]
TEN YEARS AND TEN DAYS.
A TALE OF EXPIATION
The day of the trial came. It was rarely
the inhabitants of the little town had an op..
partunity for anything approaching excite
ment. The schedule of crime for years had
not risen above petit larceny. It was there%
fore made a gala day when the son of 'Squire
Amer was to be arrainged for a heavy crime.
I could see, as I glanced from the windows of
the carriage, that the town was alive. A
crowd of shouting boys followed us, and
another of men blew their foetid breath in
my face as I passed from the carriage to the
court-room. A confused -murmur of voices
was about me—a sea of faces. I could discern
figures flitting about. I knew that many
spoke to me—but I know not whether
they were answered or not. I could recog•
nize faces that seemed to me familiar in
dreams way off in forgotten time—long, long
ago ; a century, perhaps, or more.. I saw the
Judge upon the bench—a grave white hairE;il
man, and for an instant caught his eye. It
said to me:" ity, pity, so young I But _I
must do my dmity." And then I heard hitn
" Who is the counsel in this case ?"
And I answered as though I talked to one
far away : " There is no counsel : there is no
defense ; the plea is Guilty." Then I could
hoar a murmur of disgust and disapprobation
go up from the crowd, who had been disao.
pointed of their amusement, and the voice
of the crier calling "Silence," and the order
of the Judge, that any one of the audienie
disturbing the court should be ejected, and
then there was silence, I could hear the
scratching of the clerk's pen as he recorded the
for four years. It was here my father and
Wilson first heard df me, and wrote. My
father's letters impldred me to return home
that I might be with him 'when he passed into
the silent land ; he bade Me•come . and inherit
the old man's savings ; he said that Wilson
had prosposed, that! he was 'begining to be
thought the wealthier tman in the town ; Wil
son wanted nothing 9 from his father ; it was
all reserved for me.
Wilson alsd wrote me to the same end.—
He was, he said, in bbd health ; he had never
entirely recovered hid` shock; he asked that
I would return ; he was only living until he
could throw himself•at my feet; thank me,
bless me, confessulland,die.
My answer to mylather was my blessing
and promise that I would see - him at some
future tithe, in this worlihor the next and the
remittance of a very large sum, which I
begged he would invest as he saw fit', and use
the income in any way h 6 pleased; if he had
no use for it himself', let it be bestowed in
To Wilson I did net write ; I sent. through
my father, words of clove and affection to him
and to Eunice.
I deter Mined in my own mind never to re
turn home, while Wiltion lived.
In October of lastiear, receiveff.the
telligence of his death. - I had from his de
clining health, been expecting it; still, when
it came, I was shocked and could not for a
long time recover. With it came several let.,
ters from my father) and from Eunice. , 'On
his death bed,•Wilson had told all--all , but
my criminality. Hej had produced my parts
ing letter, and died, cleaving all his property
in my hands to be disposed of as I saw fit.
Eunice's letter was very short; every word
was written with a ! trembling hand, but it
still said, "Come, come, come."
I must go home. j i
1 ape here; to-morrow 'I shall see my dear
L old father and—Eunice. I stay here topflight
that I may look upon the town and collect
I have thoroughly examined my heart, and
know that all the pant is blotted • out, where
it touches my, first lOe for, Eunice. I. shall
only look upon her a 6 a darling sister, and
sincerely pray I may. never think of her in
any other light.
To..morrow I shall see them all, including
my two nephews, r.oert and Wilson, whom
I am prepared to luve in advance. Good
First of February-4 open this paper again
to say that I hafve been at home ten days to..
day. In that time I have lited ten years. I
have seen all, and it Deems scarcely possible
that ten years have passed away. My dear
father looks younger than when I went from
home. There is nothing altered; in the town.
The old house has hen a publicplace for that
ten days. Everybody has insistbd to see me
whether I wished to be at home or not. They
have pressed upon me all sorts of rough and
kind congratulations. I have received bush
els of potatoes, apples and turnips, in press
ants, to say nothing of cabbages and other del
icacies. Mr. Allen and Mr: Graham have
been to see me. Old !Mr. Allen cried a little
bit, but made no reference to the past.', All is
known, for which I grieve deeply, I would
far rather the secret had been kept, and I left
to,die abroad in the midst of all my happi
ness. I still doubt myself. They are fine boys,
my nephews. Robert is nine years old, Wil
son seven. I shall make a soldier of Robert-
That I sounds 'presuMptuous, but I speak as
one who is left sole gutardian of the boys, and
I see a decided leaning in the temperament
of Robert to such a calling. He declared to
me yesterday his intinse admiration of the
character of Napoleoti ; who knows but he
may be a second .Napoleon. Wilson will be
a merchant. My dear old father behaves like
one demented.; He cannot seem to be disgust
ed with my society. His strongest - anibition
is to carry me triumphantly through the-sur
rounding country, introducing me to those
who already knew me,My son, ,sir . , Only
thirty-two years old,'" and then sotto voce,
" Has been ten years abroad, sir, and made a
quarter of a million. "j I am indeed very
happy to think my good fortune is a source of
pleasure to him, though his simple wants will
not call for its use. '1!
And--I have seen Eunice.
Eunice is still more peantiful than when I
loved her. She is twenty-eight this day; it is
her birthday. So yohng to have passed
through so much. Everybody admits her to
be the most beautiful woman in the.country.
I have made over to Eunice all my brother's
property for herself, and the boys I will tend
to in good time.
My first interview with Eunice was very
painful ; I was not prepared for anything like
it. I may as well tell hbw.
The first day I returned after seeing my , ra
ther, I had some difficulty in getting his cow,
sent to go alone to see Ehnice. The old gen..
tleman seemed to fear I Would never return--
, that I would slip off for, another ten years.
After some trouble, I got a furlough of a cou
ple of hours.
I opened the door of the house, as in the
old time, and walked dirhotly into the parlor
where sat Eunice. She had not yet heard
my arrival. Fora mo m ent she gazed into
my face, and then, with ,a scream there was
no Mistaking, sprang info my arms.'
"Oh, Robert! dear, dear Robert!'s and here
she stopped to catch brdath ; brother Rob
ert! Boys—,Lincle Robertl! The boys stood off
quietly, " Oh, Robert l".! and. again she fell
into my arms, and I Pelieve I said, "Dear
Eunice"—in fact, I'M sure I did. 'Ancl Eu
nice wept and kneltfiefore me. - T raiiiedjihr
quickly. She' was calling me "Angel;" , f
lieve, at times, besidesmany other, strange
names,l do not now remember. I tried to
calm her. The more I atoned myself to ds
do; the' ore she cried. It was• a' very
interview; but it is over, and'now I see Eunice
every day. We never sOak , about the - past,
nor of Wilson, more thatOs etbsolutely neces
4t puniee grows mere and mere beautiful in
my eyes, and more like the Eunice of my
I have not told Eunice t at I love her, but
lam afraid I do. Or, rat er, lam glad that
I do. I cannot persuade m self that ten yettrs
have rolled away. I will nut tell Eunice that
I love her-there is time fdr that a long Way
hence, and I am sure she 1. oe s not require . '
should tell her. She know it. - •
rpAILY SALES AT Nal l 54 . FIFTII ST.,
IL/ AL the new Commercial Sales '.ooms, Ito 61 s giith
stree t, every week day, are helciptibli, mica of good* in all
variety, salted for tho trade and'Censumers, from a large
stock which is constantly replenished with, fresh consign.
ments, that must be closed forthwith. . •
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. AL,
Dry accda and fancy articles, comprising nearly everything
r.eoled in the line for personal and
, family use;: table oat
iery ; hardware; clothing; tmo,ta end 9 11003; ladies ware,
AT O'CLOCA, P. hi . • -
Household and kitchen furniture, new and Second-hand;
beds and bedding; carpets; elegant iron stone 'China "wars ;
etolss; cooking utensils; groceries, Etc. ,
Al' 7 O'CLOCK, P. hi., -
Taney articles; watches; clocks; Jewelry; musical: rostra=
manta; guns; clothing; dry goods; hoots and shoes, book -
stationery, ac. P. IL DAVIB: Ancts
inp RICK DWELLING .Iclo U 8 6 AN 1)
jjl,,!;L(YrB IN EIGHTH. * WARD AT A - o'olloll.—On
TUITItEIDAY ETRNINU, October 14. of 7 o'clock, at the
Commercial Bales Roomy, No: I Fifth street, will bO void.
that large , and valusble lot of ground haring a front of 72
feet on Pennsylvania avenue, near t;arioa wrest, ettdof. -
tinading.back I'2o feet to an alley 24 feet wide, on w ill "' ,.. L '
erected two well finished brick dwellings, two t 10 1 1 " 1 hi g h '
and other - bulleings. Also, that lot of ground Gams' at
the corner of Marion_ and Locust elreet, haying 13 _, ( 1. c LaL o , i
10 feet - ow Marion street and extending back, nwns
street, 103 foot 8.;6 intboa, on_ vtbScla i 3 CV3GtOd tAO brick
tenements Title India ntablo. Torms cash.
ocEl • -p . 31, peVIS, Anctionee..
, ATALUABLE" STOOKS AND-80N1..)5-; AT
Maar EVENI-NO, Octoher 14th,
at. 7 O'clOitir, at the Ccituntercial 8814 liOme, No. 54 Fifth
street, - • '
7 shares Pittsburgh GA& OOMp4ny.
$ do: m oo oogabela Bridge Centipany. • -
)5 do puts., rt. Wayne and Chicago R. B. Go.
-One fc, cent. idortgfige ConstriactiOn Bond - Pittsburgh,
York Wayne and. Chicago Railroad for $1900,7, -,
oc9 P. M. Revis, Auctiopear.
110FERRING-30 bble. Herring received and
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