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WEDNESDAY MORNING::OCTOBER 12, 1858
[l7 DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COMMITTEE OF COB
RESPONDENCE—In pursuance of a resolution of
the Convention or the National Demi - icracy of Allegheny
county, held in the city of,Pittsburgli. September 15th, 1858,
the Chairman of said'Convention was authorized to epp..int
e County Committee of Correspondence for the ensuing
year, of which Committee he should be the Chairman. The
following named persons ! , re herolj ppoiniel as the II( tno..
cretin County Committee of Correspondence for th., ensuing
Charles Bhaler,. R. Biddle Roberts, Jame% P. Barr,
R. H. er - r, - P. 0. Shannon, John B. Guthrie,
G. W. Cass, W. H.Smith, C. H. Paulson.
D. C.ampbeil, William Wilkins, Chris. Barnett.
Jos. Birmingham, J. 31cMlister, Lee A. Beehham,
John Markin, Joseph B. Todd, Cr. C. Wall,
Charles Bryson, B. &nith, Reaerse, J. J Eimaston,
John Wynne, Capt. A. Dr. J. E. Huey,
M. Efarbison, ' J. P. GLASS, Chairman.
We give in our telegraphic column the
election news received up to three o'clock
this morning. The returns are fragmentary
and by them no certain indication of the re
suit is given.
In ii Districts out of G 3, the vote for Su•
preme Judge stands—for Read, 5657 ; for
Porter, 3357 ; Read's majority 2300. Read's
majority will be in the county 4000 or up.
In 27Districts, Frazer, for Canal Commis
sioner, has 5028 votes, and Frost 3005 ; ma
jority for Frazer, 2023. The Opposition
ticket will have about the same majority for
Supreme Judge and Canal Commissioner.
1n,3 Districts out of 42, J. K. Morehead
Republican, has 41'63, and Andrew Burke.
Democrat, for Con ! trer:s. Twenty-first District.
has 3694; majerity.for Morehead, 1069. Mr.
Burke ruu ahead of his ticket, but Morehead's
majority will reach 1500 or upwards.
For Senate, Penney has 4624, against 3281
for M'Kee, in thirty districts heard from—,
majority for Penney, 1343.
For Congress, - in the 22d District,
Knight, Republican, has 2182 votes ;
hams, Anti4Tax Republican, has 1641 votes,
and John Birmingham, Dem., 194 votes in 13
districts heard from, out of 21, Wlinight's
majority - 541. Butler county will give M'-
Knight a majority also of four or five himo
For County Commissioner, pattenion, Re
publican, bas 6176 in 37 districts, and Farl , •y,
Democrat, -4SOC, ; majority for Patters.n,
The remainder of the Republican ticket
runs - about the same vote with the above.
The managers of the campaign, on behalf
of the Democracy, were slightly mistaken
when they resolved to fight the battle in Al
legheny county on the single issue of opposi
tion to Railroad taxation, and to ignore all
questions of National and State polities.
There was a time when Democrats went in
for great measures of pi - they for the general
good of the people and the success of the par
ty organization, and in departing from the
usages of the party, those who undertook to
manage things this fall have experienced a
signal defeat, when no doubt they intended
to win a victory. From the outstart, the P •st
has protested against the course which has
been pursued, of setting aside great principles
for the sake of a local issue. The result of
the election yesterday proves the entire cor
rectness of onr position, and the soundness of
the arguments we have urged upon the De,
mocracy during the campaign. Instead of a
victory; the Democracy has experienced a
Waterloo defeat. We regret most sincerely
that the Democratic ticket has failed of suc
cess, fora-was composed of good men of our
party, but Jim managers placed them upon
such aplatform that success has proved im
Vire have not tame at the late hour at which
we write, to give oar notions of the reasons of
our defeat to-day. We shall do so in a day
or two when things have subsided a little.
We trust the Democracy have learned a les
son which will not soon be forgotten.
The attempt - to sell the Twenty-second Dis-,
trict to.. the Black Republican Williams, has,
we rejoice to say, proved ineffectual, so far as
Allegheny county is concerned. The returns
indicate that Williams is behind at least 500
votes in Allegheny county, s and it is probable
that Butler will increase McKnight's majori
ty to_near 1000 in the District. We are most
unfeignedly thankful at Williams' defeat.
Thank God, the black stain of repudiation
does not rest upon Allegheny county.
As the figures which we give show, the
Black Republicans have elected their entire
ticket by 'about their usual majorities. We
do not hesitate to say that their majority
could have been greatly reduced had the Da
mocracy been true to themselves and their
principles. But,-although we are cast down
at this defeat, we are not destroyed. There
is a strong Democratic vitality in this county
which will triumph over errors of mist
guided managers, and place itself upon those
immutable principles of political truth which
have, in times past, been the salvation of our
country, and will continue to bestow upon 'it
the blessings of prosperity, as long as Demo;
crate stand by their standard.
Mr. Williams is not even entitled to a "free
pass" up Salt River. He must " pay like a
gentleman." His influence, which the Dem
ocratic managers counted so mach upon,
seems to be nothing wtth his own party, and
he has so disgusted Democrats that he has
been a positive injury to the ticket, which, to
gratify his own ambition for a seat in Con
gress,. he professed to support. This the re.
suit of yesterday's election fully proves.
When the returns shall have all been roe
ceivad c we shall give some comparisoas of re
sults between this and previous el6ctians;
which will fully convince our readers that the
Derneeraq always looses when it seeks aid
and comfort from the enemy, no matter how
specious and promising the bait which that
enemy allures them with.
Sale of the Public :Works.
The question of the constitutionality of the
sale.of• the State Canals to the Sunbury and
Erie Railroad Company was argued before the
Supreme Cou . rt, at, Sunbury, on the 6th ir.t.
The case was brought before the Court in the
nature of an action to enforce performance of
a contract--Mr. Peter Cooper, of New York.
having agreed to take 5100,000 worth of the
bonds of the Sunbury and Erie Railroad Com
pany, Which agreement he subsequently re
fused to perform, until the constitutionality
of the sale was decided. The Company was
represented by Charles Gibbons, Esq., St.
George Tacker Campbeli,Esq. of Philadelphia,
and Attorney General li-nax. Judge Black,
Attorney General of the United States, and
Wm, L. Hirst; Esq., - appeared on the part of
the Commonwealth. Mr. Gibbons opened the
case, and was followed by Mr. M'Calmont,
who read Judge Black's argument. Mr. Hirst
followed on the sameaide,in a speech of much
power, and Attorney General Knox concluded
the argument—Mr, Campbell, on account of
illness, not addressing the Court. All the
Judges were present, and the case is held over
M M= MI
ALLEGHENY COUNTY RETURNS.
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First ward 105 220 105 226 129 211 110 223
Sccood ward 164 307 163 299 170 289 166 306
Third w'd. 1-t pre: 167 198
Third w'd, 26 prat , . 328 173 330 171 348 161 333 175
Fourth ward 184 298 150 294 180 276 158 310
Fifth w'd, lot prec. 167 137 159 131 169 133
Fifth w'd, 2.lprec. 276 507 265 288' 283 239
Srveuth ward e.e. 110 161 106 171 135 152 120 157
High ward 275 -- --
Niath VFard... 92 248 90 245 102 234 93 243
First ward--.... 103 331 108 331
Second Ward 103 303 124 275
Pitt. 76 122 89 108 88 103
Dunn. sue 80r—... 31 86 32 86 32 85
PeLn 36 127 34 128 34 130 34 128
Plum 82 94
Upper St.. Clair-- 116 135 105 134 105 130 107 136
South Pittsburgh. 78 126 87 127 78 121 89 117
Monongiliela Bor. 47 89 47 89 47 88 49 87
Biem, 181 prec't... 58 181 89 131 94 130 166 68
Biem, 29 preet,... 93 198 94 201 105 266 102 211
16. Thrmiugham... 81 211 88 107 89 202 117 173
Nl•it.cl,,ttr... ...... 125 136 123 129 133 121
West I'ittnl,urgli... 26 94 25 92 24 95 28 92
1:03.1r•e Si 169 80 106 77 116
Shaker. GS 90 64 91 69 88
ohil.. 47 70 48 66 47 68
ellarticrs...... ....... 159 180 Ir 4 199 167 176 167 180
Jefferson . 94 101 97 97 193 92 103 94
Robinson 122 120 118 118 111 128 122 113
Lawrenceville-- 131 162 147 136 149 143
Elizab , th 80r..-- 41 86 60 108
'• Tp.... 209 39 85 39 86
Mifiiiu....— 144 434 137 139 145 135
Sliarpsburg 67 126 65 121 65 127
3357 6637 3005 5029 3694 4763 3291 4624
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First war' , 113 220
8-econd ward 172 .299 175 291
Third ward, Ist pr 158 210 149 223
.• ..21 6. 327 174 334 174
Fourth ward 157 303 165 288
Fifth ward, Ist prec't_. 154 143 165 148
Fifth - :.ard, 21 prec't... 280 309 246 329
Sixth ward 238 432 250 398
Sevauth ward 113 1.0 112 167
Eighth Ward 189 130
Ninth ward 93 245 100 230
First Ward.- 24 274 209 86 412 119 137
Fmond ward 36 265 137 91 354 128 2.14
Third Ward 31 366 222 472 176 223' 419
Fourth Ward ""' 26 433 254 207 626 253 439
Pewickley 1 67 49 35 71 07 37
Duquesne b0r0ugh...... 1 85 32 29 84 SI 87
Penn 36 1'29 3". 127
Upper Ft. Clair...._ 133 112
For.th Pittsburgh 82 122 77 124
Birmingham, Ist prrc't 97 126 99 121
Ith mir gbam, 20 prec't. - 100 111 103 199
E. 13 . traingham 8d 207 85 208
Monongahela borough. 40 91 47 88
West Pittsburgh......... 24 97 25 93
5.ba1er.......... .............. 64 79 65 97 70 89
Reserve 4 104 81 52 140 71 114
Manchester 24 110 142 134 136
34 53 26 36 79 4d TO
Chartiore 155 103 150 167
Jefferson 100 100 102 94
Lawrenct•vi'le .. 139 152 127 149
Robinson 1 9 135 99 135
Indiana 5 177 170 165 119 153 199
Ross „ 3 44 170
Oharpsburg 2 125 68 inl 129 08 125
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Comin'r. Coroner. AOditi... of Poor
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First ward ... ..... . 121 207 -- -
Pe-ond ward 1 , 6 275 146 203 178
Third w',l. Lit pr.. 153 217
Third w'd, 2.1 pr... 345 165 352 150 337 164
7i , onctit ward 178 272 187 257 158 299
Fifth w'd,let. pre': 161 113
Fifthit 'd, 24 pre% 278 312 255 323 269 SO4
eirtpi , ard 273 388 269 345 404 247
Sec nth ward 118 163 91 140 112 165
Eighth ward 119 27.1
Muth ward_ 101 235 95 206 93 241
First wai cL 188 285 149 307 111 33 )
Scoond nerd 177 259 142 281
Thhd ward 266 974 224
Sewickley. 52 41
Dagnesne boro'gh 35 83 43 75 31 85 32 92
37 125 69 110 39 126 23 12)
Plum 70 97
S 78 125 81. 117 89 115 78 122
Birry'rn, lat prec't 168 120 102 120 99 124 97 129
Rir'am. 2d preet.. 114 187 100 199
E. 13,rmin ghoul... 93 198 89 196
Idonenzalicla bor 49 86
Pittsburgh.— 38 92 29 92
Sheer. 01 65 69 57 67 90 OS 94
liestry , 82 102 75 106 77 103 68 102
rylauchestcr .... 146 121 2
Obir ;lore . 169 175 160 173 128 205 162 179
Jeffer50n....._...... ......115 81 104 94 102 93 103 92
Ohio 62 05 93 43 40 67 50 63
Lawrenc. vile 142 136 105 177
Robinson . 145 4.1
ludzana 155 200
Bowles ley b0r..... 52 49
Collins 68 99
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First ward 108 110 107 107 111;219 223 225 210 215
Third w'd, 2d pren.337.336 343 335 335 167 169 165 172 174
Fourth ward........ 167 161 176 164 172 278 .297 294 279 281
Sixth ward. 247 256 266 256 246 410 407 411. 1.'96 410
Seventh ward...... 113 116 121 115 115 165 160 164 162 164
Ninth %Vard 90 91 93 91 92 244 245 246 245 242
Src3nd Ward....... 134 136 139 136 138 300 298 297 289 284
Duquesne Bor—:— 30 ,33 34 34 35 85 85 85 81.. 85
Penn 37 37 38 36 126 126 126 125 126
Upper st. C1air....104 106 107 107 105 133 138 138 133 133
South Pittebnrgh. 77 79 89 79 79 121 121 123 123 120
Monongahela Bor. 47 47 47 47 49 89 89 89 87 89
Thera, Ist pren't... 9d '9B 93 98 95 129 121 121 125 127
them, 2d prec't-10.0 ZOO 103 101 9S 200 191 WO 193 198
E. Birmingham ... 90 90 9,) SO 89 208 206 206 200 208
Manchester .........130 138 136 140 184 124 123 123 110 121
West Pitt9lntrgb... 28 28 28 28 28 93 93 93 92 93
Reserve 68 87 71 79 107 113 105 103 72 113
... 74 74 74 74 74 67 88 87 85 88
Ohio 49 43 48 47 47 67 63 68 67 68
almrtiors 165 165 158 165 165 IE4 134 ISS 187 135
Jet:fa:son ....... 106 95 106 105 92 93 94 92 94
Robanson 125 127 130 125 125 113 115 112 109 113
Lawrencorille .141 142 144 139 139 146 145 147 142 149
Shbrpsbn g 65 65 65 65 65 127 127 127 126 127
,The returns from Greensburg, and one
or two adjacent districts, indicate the success
of H. D. Foster, for Congress. He runs
r Uhead of the State Ticket.
Dirs. tloynes Farwell Nights
Last evening the play of " Evadne " was
performed at the new National. Mrs. Haytie's
performance of the heroine was a marked evi
dence of deep study, emanating from a gifted
mind. In her assumption of characters, natui
ralness and truthfnl delineation are striking
ly evident, whilst her pathos and deep feeling
involuntarily melt her audience to tears. We
fear it will be long ere another will fill her
place, for we regret to hear that on Friday
evening next Mrs, Hayne takes her final leave
of Pittsburgh, on which occasion we hear a
number of our fellow citizens are arranging a
complimentary benefit in token of their admi
ration of her character as a gifted artiste and
amiable lady. The play selected will be the
Wif e ," with ether entertainments, when we
have no doubt the Theatre will be crowded.
Londcai Pap re
Hunt & Minor have sent us the Illustrated
London News, with folir beautiful colored
plates. The Illustrated News, the Weekly
Times, Punch, all of date of September 25th.
At Hunt & Miner's great news depot in Ma
sonic Hall, Fifth street, all the literary publi
cations of the day are sold wholesale and retail.
Orders by mail from a distance will be punc
tually filled. The stock of books, periodicals,
magazines and newspapers, at this establish
ment is the largest to be found in the West•
—The Virginia iron mills, at Wheeling, Va.,
*ere Bold the other day to q,. Wilson Kelley, one
of the former . proprieters, for $60,000. The
purchase includes some sixty or seventy houses
—some them of brick. This mill, with the other
buildings connected therewith, cost $112,000.
—Forty nine of the camels belonging to the
United States are now at Campo Verde, sixty
miles from Antonio. Only ono of thoeo import
ed has died, while ten have been added by birth.
These young American born camels thrive well, and
promise to grow up equal in all respects to those
imported. Notwithstanding the successful trial I
lately made by Captain Boole, in his explorations
across the continent. there are some officers of
the army who doubt whether there is anything
to be gained by the use of camels. This, how
ever, might be expected. There are always per
sons opposed to all sorts of changes and inno
—The report that a Mr. Dempsey, of Macon,
Georgia, had lest $495,000 to the Catholic Church
and $5OOO to his c hildroio, is denied by the Tele
graph, of that city. It says the deceased only
left $250,000, all of which went to his widow
- - 116 348
- - 129 800
- - 44 61
—Capt. Meigs has contracted with the Warren
Foundry, at Phillip burgh, N. J., for a large
portion of the water pipes the IN irhiug,t
—The jail at F.eehold, N.. 1 , was forced on
Friday night, by the prieJners, all of litioni
—There was two inohes of snow at Corning,
N. Y., on Friday morninig last
—A bond for $lOOO, brought 7 per cent inter
est, issued by the Allegheny Valley Ra , lroad,
was BO Id in Philadelphia, on Saturday, for $5OO.
—The Tioga County Bank, in this State. has
been reorganized, and the Girard Bank, of Phil
adelphia, now redeems its notes at rar. It will
be remembered that this is one of the new Banks
abo t wh . ch there was trouble in reference to
ite original organize' ion. Tuo parties then
conoerned are out, and others are now said to
have the management.
—The Olympian games, after being discontinu
ed for fifteen hundred years, are re -establi bed
at Athens, in the ancient Stadium, by a decree of
the Queen Regent of Greece.
—lt is reported th it the lion. John Mintz
Botts, of Virginia, lest atout $5OOO by the
Fashion races on Long Island lest week.
—Alfred Boyt, of 'Joplin county, N C , was
murdered on the let inst. A slave confessed L . )
—A contract has been closed in England for
8,000 tons of iron for the Mississippi Central
—The great overland mail from San Francisco
arrived at St. L rils, for the first time, ou Satur
day last. The stage brought six through pas.,
stingers. The trip was made in twenty-three
days and four hours. The success of this mail
route promises to be an important event for the
Western States, and, indeed, for the whole Nan
try. The California dates brought by this mail
are ten days later than those received by the last
advances, The water on Frazer river is still too
high for mining . purposos. Ficcouuters with tho
Indians in Oregon still conduct,.
—During the fiscal year ending the 30th ult.,
the receipts of the treasurer of the State of Ver
ginin amounted (including a previous balance of
$379,071,) to the sum of $9,518,907, and the
disbursements to $9,364,000, leaving a balance
—Gen. Denver refuses, it is said, to withdraw
his resignation as Governor of Kansas. This is
to be regretted.
—Redpath, Burgess 'lnd 'roster, the English
financial fraud convicts, wero dispatched to the
Australian convict settlements
J. H. Headley, author of Sacred Plains" and
other interesting works, died at Bothlo, last
H. K. Browne, the Ecqlptor, has lately
pleted a bruit of Mrs. L. H. Sigouvney, and is
about to model a bust of Gen. Scott.
—Thomas Ellis, son of Wm. Ellie, of Wor,
nester county, Md., was accidentally drowned
—The Investigator tolls a good story of the
great "revival" in Wisconsin. Among the con
verts was ono whose previous profession had
been " threecard monte." Times being some
what hard, ho found little profit in his legiti
mate practice, and became converted, as the el
ders say. One night, at the suggestion of an el
der, he rose to edify the congregation with his
experience, and thus "delivered" himself—
Ladies and gentlemen—l mean brothers
and sisters ; the Lord has blessed me very much ;
I never felt so happy before in all my life, (cm
barrassed,(—l say I never felt so happy before
in all my life, (very much embarrassed,)—if any
one thinks I ever did, they can get a lively bet
out of me."
—The Courier, of Louisville, Ky., of the 24th
inst , gives the particulars of a shooting affair
at that locality. On Saturday afternoon, an af.,
fray occurred in front of Mr. Diller's cigar store,
on Third street, which resulted in the death of
D. L. Ward, at the hands of R. R. Lindsay, both
printers. Lindsey was passing down Third
street, and was accosted by Ward, Ward using
very abusive epithets, calling him ati L i--d rat,"
and finally striking him in the face. Lindsay
immediately drew a pistol and fired, the ball en
tering the left breast. Ward walked a few steps,
entered the Democratic office, and died in less
than half an hour.
—ThelDanville (Va.) Transcript says el friend
informs us that an occurrence in Patriot county
came to his knowledge, a few days since, which
we consider decidedly rich. Two of the citizens
of that go-ahead State,. having each about . a
half dozen children, concluded to tasks a swap
of an unheard of character. One proposed to
exchange wives, but the other thinking his wife
the most likely woman, said he must have some
thing to boot. It was finally agreed that the one
should give the other two and a half bushels of
potatoes, and the swap was made. This, we
doubt not, is a fact to which our friend can fur
—T. & W. Molson's brewery, in Montreal,
was destroyed by fire on Friday ; loss estimated
The State elections which have taken place
this year, show large and gratifying DemoM
cratic gain! , over the vote of 1856.
MAINE has reduced her Fremont majority
of 28,000 down to 8000.
NEW HAMPSHIRE has ie'duced her Res
publican majority of 6000, in '56, down to
VErt,MONT falls from 28,000 in '56, to
CONNECTICUT. which gave 10,000 for
Fremont, i' Republican by only 2500.
CALIFORNIA, the first free State on the
Pacific, shows a change of 11,000 in favor of
Democracy and the National Administration.
MISSOURI has risen from a Democratic
majority of 9000 in '56. to 25,000 in '5B.
KENTUCKY has run up from 7000 for
Buchanan and Breckenridge, to 13,000.
NORTH CAROLINA, which gave 11,000
for the Democratic nominees in '56, now
Thus says the Jeffersonian, in the North
as in the South—in the Free States as well
as in the Slave States—the people are rallying
against Abolition• Sectionalism, and in sups'
port of the National Administration based
upon the constitution and devoted to the
Union. And so it will continue.
The Fair at Newcastle, Lawrence county,
will be held on the 20th, 21st, and 22d of
October—next week. The Newcastle Park
Association have made arrangements for the
exhibition of some very fine horses, and
there will be some execiting trials of speed.
We understand that quits a number of horses
of fine stock from this county expect to be in
Newcaotie Park Association
THE LATEST NEWS
Election Returns !
PHILADELPIIIA, o:!tober o'ection pithead
off quietly. The general impression i that the
People's ticket has boon eleoted.
Montour county—ln the North and South Wards
of Danville, and Mahoning township, Scrantonfop.
pesition, has a majority over Mrßeynolds, Demo
orar, of 404. Tho Opposition gain over the vote for
Governor in 18f4 is 449.
Montour county, Twelfth District.-Danville—The
North and South Wards of Danville and Mahoning
township, give George W. Scranton, Opposition, a
majority , over John 111'Reynolds, Democrat, of 404
votes.' Tho Opposition majority In 1857 wag 449.
Maunoh Chunk borough gives John M. Read, the
Opposition candidate for Sopr. - -ter• Judge,' a majority
keaharre -The following m .j,ritiefi are givvn
for george W. Sorautun, opposition : Wilkesbarro
borough, 126 ; West Pittston, 82 ; Plymouth, 129 :
Providence borough, 91; Hy do Park borough, 174.
Blair county.—The Bast Ward gives 87 majority
for S. S. Blair, Opposition, which is a gain of 100 for
the Peoplo's tiokot
Northumberland.—M;lton—Th s town gives the
following vote J. C. Campbell, Opposition, 187; W. L.
Dewart, Lecompton Democrat, 69; Joseph IV. Cake,
anti-Lecompton Democrat, 38. Cataragus borough
gives John M. Read, Opposition candidate for Su-
preme Judge, 101 majority.
Bucks county: Now Hope—The majority for the
Democratic candidate, Wm. A. Porter, for Supretilit
Judge, in this borough is 19. The majority for the
Democratic candidate for Congress, Roberta, Leoomp.
ton, is only 9 in this borough ; the usual Democratic
majority returned is from 50 to 70.
Chester county.—The borough of Phoenixville ro
turns following vote: John Hickman, Anti.Leoomps
ton, 336; John M. Bromall, opposition, 10; Charles
D. Manly, Lecompton, 105. The majority for Hick
man at the last Congressional election was only 47.
Schuylkill township gives tho following vote:
Hickman, 149; Manly, 33 ; Bromall, 38.
Wilkesbarro and Scranton borough giva Scranton,
Opposition, for Congress, 790 majority, a total gain
of at least 600. Kin ston township gives Scranton
140 majority. Nazareth borough gives the 01:pe,i
tion 47 majority. Upper Nazareth township givoa
6 Democratic majority. Bethlohom borough gives
D. K. Shoemaker, Anti Lecompton Democrat for
Congress, 119 majority.
Northumberland county—Turbot township gives
the following vote for Congressional nominees :
Campbell, Opposition, S 7; Dewart, Lecompton Demo
crat, 82; Cake, Anti- Lecompton Democrat, 9.
Northumberland gives Campbell 45 Da wart, 41;
Westchester borough returns the following vote
Hickman, Anti..Lecompten, 618; Broni'all, Opposb
tibm, 229; Manly, Looompton, 206; in 1856 Hick
man's vote was 382; Bowen, Opposition, 542.
Twelve districts hove been heard from, which give
Hickman 1586; Bromali 844; Manly 651. In the
acme places the vote for 1856 was for Hickman,
1265; Bowen, 1672.
The vote in the town of Sunbury far Congressmen
is: Dewart, Lecompton, 197 ; Campbell, Opposition,
102; Cake, Anti Lecumpton, 33. In Northumber
land borough the vote is for Dewart, 80 ; Campbell,
56; Cake, 74. At Mil'ou the - vote is Dewart, 69;
Campbell, 187 ; Cake, 18.
Brie county.—Tho Democratic candidates 'or Con
gross, Senate and Sheriff, are elected by a .steall ma
jority. The balance of tho Republican ticket, is
probably elected in the county by a large teej.,r1.1...
Crawford county.—The Republican inspti!y i ti
in Pine township ; tho Democratic fusjcilly in flitlard
township is 98
Doylestown—Doylestown township gives itobqris,
Democrat, for Congress 23 majority.
Tamaqua—Tamaqua borough returns f r
gress : Campbell, 12' ; Dowart, 130 ; Coke, 2:ti
In the borough of Pottstown, John Woods, tie Op
position eandiaato for Congress, gain over the vale
of 1556 is 256.
Doylestown borough gives 61 majority for S. f..
Roberts, Democrat, for Congress.
Bloomsburg—This borough gives Scranton, Oppo
sition for Congress, 200 rc.ajority. Scott township
gives Scranton 193 majority.
]Stanch Chunk borough gives D. L. Shoemaker;
Opposition, for Congress, 146 majority.
. gives John IWRoy
folds, Democrrat, for Congress, 18 majority.
Centre county.—The vote of Centro township for
Congress is, Soranton, Opposition, 151 majority. It
has heretofore gone Democratic.
Easton—Oarbondalo city and township give 3 ma
jority for Scranton, the Opposition candidate kr
Briar Creek—This township gives Scranton, it.,
position, 71 majority; formerly it returned a Demo
Catawissa givea 63 majority for S,lranto❑ for eJn
Dinroore—'or conKress, Mcßeynolds, Domocrat,
receives 1 majority in this place.
Mcrristown—Cansporocken borough gives Wood,
Opposition, for Congress, 108 majority.
Columbia county—Twelfth District—The vote as
far as hoard from shows the following majority
Berwick township—For Scranton, 112 ; Timridge
township, ditto, 172 ; Scott township, ditto, 190. In
Nesoppok township there is a tie vote. The town of
Bloomin, Timridge township, gives Mcßeynolds,
Democrat, only II votes.
Snyder county: Tenth District—Selinsgrove:The
vote for Congress in this town is as follows : John
M. [(Wenger, 109 ; Jacob Weidel, 91.
Philadelphia—Tlao Peoples' party claim the elee•
Lion of the wholo city ticket, and are marching the
streets with music and banners.
Rarrisburg—Harrisburg borough gives the follow
ing vote: For Supremo Judge, John M. Reed, Oppo
sition, 072; Wm. A. Porter, Democrat, 580 ; Read's
majority 92. Packer's majority last year was 417-
Harrisburg District and borough, and Susquehanna
and Swatara townships gives Read 985 ; Porter, 703;
Read's majority 282; Packer's majority last year
was 528. The Democratic loss in the District is 810.
Wm. Lawrence, the Opposition candidate for Legis
lature, gains over 400 in the District. The whole
Peoples's ticket is elected by a largo majority.
Stokes L. Roberts, Democrat, for Congress, is
elected by a majority of probably not over 500 votes.
Pottsville.—James H. Campbell, Oppositi, , for
Congress, gains as fur as hoard from 765 votc2, cud
he will probably beat the united voto of Cake and
Dewart.. Cake and D.mvart run CluS3. S l iwontoon
districts have been heard from.
Easton.—Dimmick, Bamocrat, has 107 votes in
this borough, and Shewmaker, Anti-Leecmpten, 104,
Bushkill Ward gives Road 245; Porter 161. Lehigh
Ward gives Read 188 ; Porter 177. West Ward given
Read,94.; Porter 192.
Mauch Chunk.—Nesquehoning borough gives Por
ter, Democrat, for Supreme Judge,66 majority. Bast
Mauch Chunk borough gives Read 16 majority.
Summit Hill Boreugh gives Read and Fraz 3f 95 ma
Williamsport.—This district gives Porter 428
votes. Read 454 votes.
Philadelphia.—ln the let District Florence, Demo
crat, is elected. In the 2d, Morris is ro•eleetod. In
the 7th, Roberts, Democrat, is elected by 500, maj,
In the 4th, Milward,Apposition, is elected.
Lancaster, (midnight)—ln cloven districts which
have been,heard from, Thaddeus Stevens, Opposi.
tion, for Congress, gains 1914 over Carpenter's vote
last year, when Carpenter was elected by 10 m .j or i ty.
Steven's majority will be over . 3000, and Read, for
Supreme Judge, is soMaiting aimed. The Opposition
are jubilant over the result
Doylestown.—H. C. Longenecker, Opposition, f o r
Congress, has received the following majorities :
Buckingham township, 203; Now Britain township,
52; Plumstedd, 195; Soleburg, 157, being a Demo
aratio lois of 82 is six townships.
Crawford county.-51o:dville gives a Republican
majority of 104; Conneautvilltt B2 .
Erie county.--Girard borough, gives a DemocratiC
majority of 3. Girard township gives a Republican
majority of 98. •
Berke county.-_—Reading ,giv_os John
Opposition, 813 majority *yap. J.: Glancy dones, whieh
is n gain of 1231',Gomparid With thp 'vote of 1850.
Philadelphia.—The Democrats claim tho election
of Florence, in th:it First Dietria,by 400 majoriti.'
Luzertie county giros Sortlnton 2000 majority
Selin'a Grove.—The Vote for Raprome Judge is
this town is as follows:, Read, 93; Porter, 107.
Allen town.—The borough giveaßead 180 majority.
Norristown.—Upper Ward of this borough givds
Read, Opposition, 143'majority.: -
Nurthumberland.—This boiough gives Porter 85;
Road 58; Frost 78; Frazier 61.
Bath.—Bath gives the Democratic tickot tioket 24
Montour county.—This county will give a pemo+
oratio majority on the State ticket of about 100.
Montour gives Scranton, Opposition, for Congress,
about 300 majority.
Pittston.—This borough gives Scranton, Opposi
tion,for Congress, 3 0 5,majority. Pittston township,
Scranton 21 majority. West Scranton, Scranton 80.
Jenkins townstap; , _Scranton /00. - _
Pottsville.—The vote for Congress in this city is
Mi follows: James- 11. - Campbell, opposition, 740;
W. L. Dowart, Democrat, 207; Joe. W. Cake, Anti-
Lecompton, 323. ,
ZANESVTLLH, Ohio, October 12.—1 n Zsnesvillo City
tho Ropublioan Stato ticket has 90 majority—a Re.
publican gain. Tompkins, Republican, for Congress,
bas 150 msjority over Manypenny, Democrat. Swan,
tho administration candidato for Congress, received
Pondlot ,n, Democrat, is elected in the First Dis
trict by about 300 majority. In the Second District
ourley, Opposition, is elected by probably 1500 maj.
In the First District the vote was close. The whole
county ticket is elected.
Tho Republican gain in Cleveland is 400. The
ticket is elected by from 200 to 300
The gain on the vote of 1856 for Vallandingham,
Democrat, so far as heard from, 185.
Huron county Sherman, Republican, has 151 ma
jority. This township gives Ridgefield, Republican,
a majority of 83, being a Republican gain of 9. In
Vermillion the Republican majority is 9.
Hudson—Edgerton, Republican, 184 ; Ranney,
Wellsville—Bingham, Republican, 228 ; Means,
Cuyahoga FolE—Edgerton's (Republican) majori
Mansfield—Shorman's (Republican) majority is
150. The State/ ticket is elected by 76 majority.
Five townships heard from in Van Wert county
give a Democratic gain. Bucyrus township gives
Corey for Congress 92 majority against 85 Republi
can majority last year.
Circloville—Cox, Democrat, has a majority in six
townships of 180. Seven townships give Case, Op
position, 110, it.gain on the vote of 1858.
Cleveland, lfo'clot k.—Soatteriug returns received
so far from this part of the State show no very ma
te Hal change over the last vote. Generally_ there are
small Republican gains.
Lancaster--The city and township gives 319 Dem
ocratic majority, being 112 Democratic gain.
Washingtoii-:-As far as heard from, Corwin, Re
publican, has 272 ; Blair, Democrat, 177.
Richland county gives about 300 Democratic ma
Ashland county.—So far a] hoard from, Ashland
gives 27 Ea:publican gain.
Akron—Tho &ate timtet has 20 Republican ma
jority. Edgeiton's majority is 141, and the rest of the
At Sant/milky, the avorago Democratic majority on
tho State ticket is 99. Patrick, Democrat, for Con.
grass, is 69. Perkins township gives .36 for Sher
m in, Reptablic.
Third District.—Montgomery county, two town
ships to heaT , froce, Valiant.linghtina' gains 30. In
Butler comity bo gains 185.
olith District.—C ,x, is probably
elected by 3110 majority.
Staubouvitio city gives 5 majority against Means,
Uamoerat—n gain of 72 on Chase's vote last year.
No townships have been heard from yet.
CINIIINNATI, October 12.—Further retnrna from the
First District indicate that Pondleton'a election is
Cmcnintert, October 12.—Sixth District.—As far
an heard froM, Porter, Republican, Congress, has 404
majDrity—a gain of nearly 500.
Marion eticirity—Tho whole Republican county
ticket is elecihd by a largo majority.
Hancock county gi t ycs a large Republican gain.
Third District—The vote was very close. Shelby
county, as far as heard from, shows a small Repub..
DUBUQUE, Oci!tabor anti-Looomp
ton, for Congress; hss 600 majority.
WASHINGTOiIi October 12.—R-turns from the Flori
-114 gives the lion. 1330. S. Hawkins, Demo
crat, 2000 majority for Gqngress. Mr. Walker was
elected State Register, being unopposed, The Leg
islature is largely Democratic.
Gen. Cass having recovered from his recent sick
ness, was to•day at.the State Department, where he
was to have had- an interview with Gen. Jarez, the
Nicaragua Minister, by appointment, but he sent an
apology for not meeting his engagement. One of the
oonditions on which ho was to be received as a special
Minister from Nicaragua, was that ho should deliver
the Cass-Yrseari.treaty as originally framed. This
he has denied to various gentlemen, but the State
Department is possessi m of the names of those
to whom he mach "the deolaration. Thcro is no dqubt
that he will be dis Missed should ho much longer de
lay to comply with-this condition.
The object of tho instructions recently issued to
our naval forces was spe&fioally to protect the rights
and property of thp Canal Company in connection
with the transit.
rrival of tlie;.City of Baltimore.
NIM York, Oatober 12.—The steamer City of Bal
timore, from'Llierptiol on the 29:h nit., has arrivod
at this port. A portion of her advices have been al
ready received at Cape Race.
The latest advices from Valontia report Atlantic
to ograph affairs as' nchanged. The experiments
aro progressing. Engineers are surveying the place
with a view ft:oth') erection of strong fortifieitlons.
Atlantic telegraph shares are in more demand a)
London, having advanced to 340@380.
• Captains Oldham and Preedy are made Command
ers of •Bath. . •
Bullion continued to flow to the Bank of }lnland
and a speedy reductioran the rate of discount is an
Lord Elgin has been appointed Knight of the
Grand Cross of Bath. '
Count Cavour has issued an official document ex
p)aining that the Cession of Villa Franca to Russia
was gratuitous and revocable at will.
From . Louis.
Sr. Louts, Ootoberl2..---A. dispatch from
deuce co dated the 10th, per 11. S. Express to Boonville,
itys : The Santa Fe mails, with dates to the 20th
❑lt., has arrived. The. accounts, are confkrated of a
hatch, bavlrtg boon fought on the 29th bf August, be
twean 300 Navajo Indiana and. a small detachment
of United Staten troops.;, Capt. McLean's wound is
severe bat not dangerotta.l
The National Democrats elected every member of
the Le g islature so far as heard from.
Litmt. Ray arrived with the mails.
Boar" October 18.---Aretander W. Rice has been
dominated by' the F.opubllcans of tho Fourth Die.
trict. Mr. Rice was tile , late Mayor of the city.
• • •
yellow Fever ot New Orleans.
New OttLEAtig, Octobei, h.—The deaths by yellow
fever daring _yesterday utimbered: 55. The - total
number of deaths, from fever daring last week was
380, which is an invease over the previous Week.
.Grea.t. rtlectieinP Peg's>leg.
Bundreds of stimulants have been invented and
Sold, purpertlig to he spnifieln tho various diseases
and derangements:to. which the, delicate form Of . wo,
Man raider .her-snbject..: .The result of all these
Stimulants las been te.impart momentary activity to
the nerve Ile tryetdni, and false 'vizor to the muscles;
bat this relief has; been eucceeded by a liepression
and prostration greater than before; and the repeat.
IA attempts of invalids to' build 'themselves up by
ihesefalseTemedies,'havo finally ended in destroying
:what little vital organization was left. But in using,
ritcerhave'e Holland' Bitters". you• will ilna no such
disastrous results,. ,It is •a 'purely' Vegetable corn.'
pound, prepared on strictly scientific, principles, after
the. manner of the +'celebrated' Holland Professor,
Itmrhave. Under its, influence every nerve and mss.
ale „receives new strength and vigor, appetite . antl.
,sleop return, said; finally, perfeetltealth. Bee adver
tisement in another column.. - •
Caution 1--Be careful to aak for Bizrhave's Holland
,Biuers. - Sold at $1 par bottlo, or six hottlei for $5,
by the sole Propriotora, Benjamin Page, Jr., & Co.,
N 0.27 Wood street, between First and Second streets,
And Drch4rrlctr. cane/ally.
U UATA WICA MIN E. —I have this
due - received a largeetipplY of Pero Catawba Wine;
aim . ply of Pure , thetaWba Brandy. Those wishing
ither of the above eau always procure a genuine articles;
°en eerier Diamond and darket
B -- .A.T1 1 0 N 0 R & • j
11 / 4 .
AVING LEASED THE SALESROOM . , CORNER OF FIFTH & MA ltkET STREETS
LA_ (recently occupied as a banking house,) and having altered and improved the asaia anfrub!i for a
TRIMMING AND FURNISHING STORE,
. • .
Respectfully Rollin an early inspection of their large and desirable stock of seasonable Goode, whiM2 have,
FOR CASH, from the best Manufactories and importing Houses in the Eastern cities. las shall elm co keep our stock
eo constantly replenished, that our customers may always rely on finding a complete assortment of all articles lu our line
of trade. Our selections of
FASHIONABLE DRESS TRIMMINGS,
EMBROIDERED COLLARS AND SETS,
RIBBONS AND MILLINER' GOODS,
Have been made with much care as to
And will, we think, give entire satisfaction. We have purchased a full assortment of
BAJOU'S KID GLOVES, and a complete stock of
HOSIERY, GLOVES, AND KNITTING MATERIALS
We shall give special attention to LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, keeping constantly on hand the bee
FRENCH CORSETS AND SHIRTS ; alll sizes of
CUSTOM MADE SHIRTS ANDiCOLLARS,
With a great variety of Under Garments, Cravats, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, etc. Haying the advantage cat
long experience in the business, we shall strive to make it the interest and pleasure of the public to deal with DB.
F. H. EATON N. G. biACRUM JAMES W. CREE.
0e29:5w-e-W&B Fifth and Marhet Streets.
EXCHANGE BANK OP PITTSBURGH,
Prefsnuacur, cctober 13, 1858. j
f.c. AN ELECTION for thirteen Directors of this
Bank wilt be held' at the Banking House, on 'MON
DAY, November 15th, between the hours of ten A. M., and
two P. M. The annual meeting of Stockholders will be
held on TUESDAY, Noirember 2d, at ten. A.-M.
0013 ' I H. M. MURRAY, Cashier.
THE RT. REV. DR. BOWlTAlT.Uasiptant Bishop
of the diocese of Pennsylvania will hold an ordina
tion In Trinity Church, on Friday morning next. Service
to commence at half-past ten o'clock. ocl3
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK '
No. 65 Fburth Street,
CHARTERED IN 185 5 .
OPEN DAILY, from 9 to 2 o'clock ; also,
on Wednesday and Saturday evenings, from May Ist
to November Ist, from 7 to 9 o'clock; and from Novembar
Ist to May Ist, from:6 to 8 o'clock.
Deposits received of all sums not less the ' ihri DOLLAR,
and a dividend of the profits declared twice a ear, in Juno
and December. Interest has been declared s miannually,
In June and December, since the Bank has been organized,
at the rate of six per cent. a year.
Interest, if not drawn out, is placed to the credit of the
depositor as principal, and bears the same interest from the
first days of June and December ' compounding twice a year
without troubling the depositor to call or even to present
hiapaas book. At this rate, money will double in leas than
twelve years, making in the aggregate many arm one-say
Pia =M. A. TRIAL '
Soaks containing the Charter; By-Laws, Rides and Rev:
betims, furnished gratis, on application at the office.
1 Proadent -.GEORGE AL BitEICI.
Hopewell Hepburn, John H. Shoonberger,
James Shidle,• N. Grattan Murphy,
Alexander Bradley, Isaac Id. Pennock,
Robert Bobb, James D. Reny,
William s.Lavely, James Herdruan,
Hill Burgwin, John S. Cosgrave,
William J. Anderson. James W. Hallman,
John G. Backofen, Charles Ramp,
Albert Culbertson, P. A. Madeira,
John B. Canfield, John H. Mellor,
J. Gardiner Coffin, Walter P. Marshall,
Alimzo A. Carrier, Wilson Miller.
David Campbell. A. M. Pollock, M. D.
Charles A. Colton, Henry L. P.ingwalt,
William Douglass, John M. Sawyer,
Francis Felix, George S. Belden,
George F. °Blazons, - Alexander Tindle.
James 5: licin; Theolsald Umbstaetter,
William 8. Haven, George It. White,
Secreary and Treasurer—CHAS. A. COLTON. i ocl3
PREMIUM GROCERY STORE.
- Cider Vinegar, Silver Medal;
Pare Spices, Diploma ;
Pure Mustard, of his own manufacture, Premium;
Seed Sower, Premium.
And I am determined that all my Groceries shall be a Pro.
mina/ to my customers. ' -
Call at the corner of Union street and the Diamond.
eon J. D. DRAVO.
L"D—Two kegs prime for sale by
Loasi wm. B. SMITH 6r CO
QHAWLS. CLOAKS, DRESS GOODS,
1.3 ' Needle Work, Collars, &c,, the largest stock we have
ever been able
M EAT CUTTERS.-2CO Improved Saus-
INA. age Meat Cutters and &tillage Station, at low rates,
at the Seed Store, 41 Fifth street, Pittsburgh.
oellatvi JAMES WAUDIL'IP.
NT EW ROCIIELLE BLACKBERRY-5000
extra strong pinata will be tarnished in quantities
to suit purchasers, frum the grounds of liev. Knox, at re-i
dialed prices, at the Seed Store, 47 Fifth street, ihttebursh.
ocl3 JAMES WM1401101..
.NOTICE TO FARMERS—The New '1 ele •
graph Straw and Stalk Cutter—decidedly the best
adder Cutter offered to the public. Price, $3O. For sale,
by the stv_ ecriber. f0c13 . 1 JAMES WARDROP.
THRESHING- MACHINE S—T h e improved
Failroad and Overehot Threshers with vibrating asp
uture.—warrabted to give entire ea:Sanction Price, tom.
plste, $l6O. [octal JAMES WARDROP.
DAINTFZR'S ART, or t Grammar of Color
iug ; applicable to Operative Painting, Decorative
Architecture and the Arts, with colored illuetrations con
cerning the modes and materials of Painting, etc., by (arge
Field, author - of " Chromatics, or the Analogy, Harmony
and Philosophy of Colors," and other works, London edition,
just received and for sale by LUKE LOOMIS,
• Post Buildings, 41 Fifth street.
riliNo MILES FROM KILLEUCK STA
.B. TION a valuable farm of 114 ecree, two dweiling
houses, two orcha-ds, timber, excellent watoretc., dec. , wi3 be
sold at a bargain. I. S. CUTHBERT A; SON,
ocl2 51 Market street,
TWO MILES FROM KILLBUOK STA•
TION a valuable farm of'll4 acres, two dwellimz
hou4es, two orchards, timber, excellent water, &c., &c, will
Le sold at a bargain. S. CUTHBERT & SON,
0c.12 61 Market stro,t.
TWO MILES FROM liILLBUCK STA
TION a. valuable farm of 114 acres, two dwelling
houses, two orchards, timber, excellent water, to., wil
be sold at a bargain. -, S. CUTHBERT & SON,
ocl2 51 Market etre( t.
BENCH CORSETS at 88 cents a pair
MECII AN ICS' CORSETS at $1,60
SKELETON SKIRTS, FULL SIZE, FOR $l, and upwartia,
oel2 61 Market stnet.
YARNS! YARNS 1 !—A new lot of good
drab shades and fancy colors opened at
oola 11011.NE'..4, 51 Market street.
RUCHES, FLOWERS AND BONNET
MATERIALS can be had cheap at HORNE'S,
ocl2 51 Market street.
BIITTER.—Fresh Roll Butter received and
for sale by [ocl2! HENRY H. COLLINS.
BEANS. --Small Whito Beaus, just re
calved and for gals by MEN= IL COLLINS.
.VLAX.-700 lbs. Flax for sale by -
JAS A. FETZlial,
001 l Corn.r Wood and Vint stroet
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral;
lloolland's German Bitters,
Little's Whito Oil
Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup.
For sale by 'B. L. FAIINNSTOCK & CO.,
oc9 No. 60, corner of Wood and Fourth at cots
• • •
0 U N B!!!
The best assortment of
GUNS, RULES, PISTOLS
And Sporting Apparatus in the city, is at
CARTWRIGIIT & YOUNG'S,
No. so Wood street.
Sir Stub and Twist Guns as low as $lO. oc9
Fancy Vestings, Bide rand Cataimeres,
Dress Coatings. Furnishing Goods,
In addition to our splendid display of Ready Made Cloth
ing, we have a mat brilti mt assortment of piece goods for
tientletnena' and Boys' wear; which will be made urvist the
shortest notice, anp after the latest styles, at low prices.
CHESTER'S GOTHIC ' HALL,
oc9 Corner Wood street and Diamond alley.
TAMES' lIIGH BOOTS, CLOTII.---A.En
perint article for cold weather.
DIWYEDIBACHES dt CO,
ocD . Nc.l7 Fifth street.
IL/1110 FIRE PROOF MINERAL PAINT
6 tons of different colors on hand and for sale at
26 and 28 St. °lair street,
eat} J. ticFL PIIILLIcS.
'TIMOTHY SEED—Just reo'd and for safe
by (0c.5) HENRY H. COLLINS.
PURE . PORT WINE, for ineclicinal pur
poses, by the bottlo or gallon, at
HAWORTH Jt BROWNLEE'S,
e 5 to tho Dismrod
10 this. Lake Superior White Fish ;
$ 20 half bbia. Lake herring;
10 " " Picker 1.
For sale cheap, to close consignment, by
• JAMES A. FETZER,
• Corner Market and First streets
PATENT GIIN CANE.-
in cum easily loaded, always ready for immediate service,
and in anpearante clearly resembling a fine gotta percha
Cane. They weigh but twenty ounces, about the weight of
a good hickory cane, and are not liable to got out of order.
; air *Titian:ten are invited to examine XL= at
BOWN A TETLEY'S,
°ea , . - , No. 138 Wood street.
BUTTE/L-150 lbs. Roll Batter just re
cebred and for sale by JAB. A. FETZEB,
! ocll. Corner Marko; and First street.'
FR.ONNET RIBBONS.—A fall assortment
AN from Auction for sale at low prices by
EATON, ORES /4 CO,
ocS Corner Fifth and Market streets.
IOOTS AND SHOES..Now, as the cold
weather hag set in, you should not fill to cell at the
","'People's Cheap Shoe Store," 111th street, near Market, and
,set your winter supply.
Gents' Boots and Shx,s, Boyd Boots and Shoes, Ladies'
;Bootees, Low Shoes and' Gaiters; !Wk.'? and Children?
,wear; all kinds of Shoes selling cheap.
, DISTSNBAOHEIR & CO.
IBBONS, RIBBONS—A choice assort
ment of Bonnet Ribbons, at extremely low prima.
%) there and country buyers are Invited to call.
EATON, CB .t. CO.,
0c.5 • Corner Fifth and Market streets:
Ath..C -EL. Izet,
LYON A RNISTHAL,
VIRGINIA COE'WIING TGRA,CCO,
NEW GOODS. 1858,1 NEW GOODS.
AT J. BUSH'S,
No 65 Marke; ,St., Second Door from Corner of 111=th.
TIIE UNDERSIGNEE! WILL OPEN ON
Monday, Septemb,r 13th, his well selected stock of
the latest styles in Dress and float Trimmings, Bonnet
Ribbons, Flowers and Ruches, a completo itaortuiont of
Paris Edgiega, „
Child: en's RoLe'e,
Wai-te and Ca , "
Shetland ShawiS and Woolen
Cloaks for Children, Hosiery, °fovea, Gauntlets, Alexander
Tanven's E id •-•lovea, French (greets, Shope_e, Expansion
'Skirts, and Bussels, (new stydea ) Shetland Wool, Sephin
Woorsted, Perpon Paper, Patterns, Embroidered Slipperq
Patt,rna for Emlyrolderioa drawn, and nin'neideries worked
at short notice. Fancy Head.Dtlesses made to older.
I thank the Ladles for their' kind patronage, and hope
they will give mo their cristom hor the future, ns I will al
ways do my best to sell them the geode cheap. Ladies, call
and examine the novelties at J. L'USEC'S,
ealb:Sm 65 Market at, Id deer from rottrth.
0. lIANBON LOVE,
74 Market street
WLIOL/SILE AND DET4 DEALER
UNDER TUE OT.;CUq.LY_S LICTEL,
FIRST PRIZE GOLD MEDAL
r PliO9 ti
il i ;*°
6 -, .' •
_ l i r
STEIN W A & SONS,
NV - 110 HAVE NEVER FAILED TO RE
CEIVE A PRIZ4 MEDAL wherever they have ox.
hibited thrll- UNRIVALLED .1AN0..!. Among the more
recent ones are
Metropolitan Fedi-, 1865 Waitangi - 4i, D. C.. 11. Geld tdedrds.
American /nen ute, Crystal Palace, N. Y., 1855,1 Gold Medal
Maryland Institute, Baltimore 1886 . Gold Medal
American Inattnate, Crystal Palace 13'6 Gold Medal
Kentack.y State Fair, Louisville ..... 1857 Gold Medal
Maryland Institute, Baltinvre 1857 Gold Medal
The Committee on MI:131C01 luatrumeute at the American
Institute, New York, as °Miro. Was composed cf
WM. ITA9^4 , 4'
Gottsthalk and Wm. Si 1f1 , 11 , 114 - OLIC the greatest and most
distingnihhod A ree-IPqrl Plani3 43, anti WUlleehaupt the most
celebrated cetopos,r tot the ri:.no Forte in the United
It is II Alguiticaut ;act that I'll. MASON, of •Bosion, FOCI
of the celeb - ated Lows 11 Nlnao , of Boston, Author of the
Carmine Sacra, and many 0 her valuable church musk)
books, urea and recommends 4clnsivOy the , THICI WAY
P1A.1 , 1141A 1.14 the VERY BLAST THU MAISUb'AOTURED IN
THIS CJUNTItY. i
We invite the sttention rf p4rcliabe:s to our full stock of
FULL GRAND PIANOS,
Three... Stringed Itigt4ro grand Planets,
A new improvement, whichicoreldm:e the rdvantages of
the grand and the horiz ntal Annos, haring the fullness of
tone of the former and dm hot.oty and elegance of the
latter. Aleo, the
OVERSTIIINti EiQUAREI 0 lIORIZ.)NTAI, PIANO.
Of every etyle and pi ice, from t/50 to $l,OOO.
air No one can ban an idea of the perfection to *Web
the Piano Forte has been brought, until he hoe even these
unequalled tnstrunanots. For alo by
H. KLEBER & BRO.,
j NO. 53 FIFTet STILLIET,
Foie Agent for Steinway's Pia os for Pittsburgh rind West
N. B.—They will be sold at 4ONV York Factory prices and
warranted for five years. eon
[Firm of J. & i ll Phillips.]
DAVIS & PHILLIPS,
(Successors to Phillip & Co.)
J. dl' RVIIY
BRASS FOUNDERS AND MIMS,
PLUIdEERS, GAS AN'.) STEAM FITTERS
CHANDELIERS, PENDENTS AND BRACKETS
STORE, NO. 67 WOOD k i i'l'REE2;
FOUNDRY AND SHOP, IVO 148 FIRST ST.,
New York Fur Company _Agency.
WE HAVE ACC TED THE AGENCY
of the New York Fur Comrany, and havo on hand
a complete assortment of Dutralo and Fancy Rao, which
we will retail at low prima and cell tt• tho trade by the
bale at New York rates.
1.. U. BARTLEY it OP,
Wood street, Pittsburgh,
,w Eaddle,#arnosa and Trunk Makers.
FIRST PREMI:IIM AWARDED
STATE AGRICIIIIkIIRAL SOCIETY,
To GRAFF & CQ, Manufacturers.
For the best Cooking Itango for families;
" " Cooking Stove kir coal :
- for wood.
Diploma for best Latuadrey. I Also, on band a large assort. ,
moot of Heating Stoves, Plain and Fanc; G:nte Front!,
Fenders, Sad and Dog Trons,iSugar Redo. Tea Kettles,
Wagon ROXCI, Hollow Ware, etc. GItAFF CO,
ocTilydaw I No. 124 Wrist' street.
A. & MARBURG,
Impoxtara and Ildanufactttrigfi Of
AND GENERAL COMitIYSIGN MEN CHANTS, -
`lO. 4-8 Went LonabarB St., Baltimore,
We invite the attention of tho trade to our isrge and woll,
assorted stock of Gormnn and,;llocoestic Ct^ars. Our faciii•
ties for importing as well as tbo' variety of our assortment,
are unsurpame by any house itt the States, while large con
trams made by ono of tho firmaluring the dull Gremlin Ger
many, ensile us to hold out extra trducements to our
friends at present. se2Bly
No. 25 Figtli 'Street,
DEALER IN FINE CIGARS tt TOBACCO,
The stock of Chewing irLIO variety and quali
ty of Cigars at this old C3tab3i.l,l stand will ba found equal
fu quality to any to ha had I On city. aolt9
NO. 5?. ST. CL
ytvites initiate attention to L a new and beautiful assori
to tof Fall goods, causiating ,of Cloths, Carilrneres, Vest.
in and Coatings of every variety and style, !dada up with
p mptnes.3 and despatch, anj at rutz , s as low ne at any
ainOlar establishment la the cl4y. ae7drad
A 0 4 10'01y Lc ANA DRAW
are aull,rmed that .1 school for ilio
above branches will he op.one 1 I.un and for the 4th of Oc •
tober, at No. 21, .Fitth street. s3r those woo may be de
sirous of obtaining a practical opor.•8 of instruction. Thera
will also be taught the use of the French Crayon, tinting
with India hilt and Sepia; arm n now style of painting; in
Oil and Wat.r colors, by which the pupil is enabled to sac
ceedmora rapidly Amin by other mettiodo. The merits of
tale style of painting and drawing:have ben long and saw
cesssfall, teet67 tO any rving in my 11GSSeSSIOD a
large and finely selected colic° ma of origlows for ovary
branch, I Invite ladles, and those who Lamy have in s'icw
course of lassone to call at my studio, No. 21 Fifth otreet.
Bates $l5 per quarter in advan o.
oc22w T. N. GLOGGER.
IDEEN T. LOGAN .IDIVAND GBJQO. •
LOGAN & I GREGGi
a LIIPORTSILS AND )A.a.r•NAIN
'foreign & DOMeglie fri.2trdWare,
52 WOOD STREET, 21TTS3IJIMID, PA.
A. full and complete assortnfent of all descriptions of
Hardware, both at Wholesale-amt./fetal], can be bad et pricea
satisfactory to the parchaeor at the above cetablir breent. ;
Wale of every description, in lae varieties; Mexchanta.
MecbanieB, and Farmers are all invited to ball. ,1.50r:28'...1as
A. H. 0. EROOKEN,
No. 22 Cliff Streo, New York,
GLASS SYRINGES, UOMCEOPATEEIC
VIALS, GBADUATD MEASURES,
NURSING BOTTLES, ETC.
Glans Ware for Chemiete, Dna 21 , 3“3, Perforaera, Photo•
graphera, eto. Green Lime Wafl by tho package. A liber
al discount made to the trade. Otdera from Country Drag•
gists and Dealortvolicited. Pri4o Lista tract ou applica•
HEESE.-20 0 . boxes raime outtini , Cheese"
received ttnatirlitda by .grawir U. dilmagg.
1 1 10LLENTIAlf PT
JOB. Et %MB
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