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ESTABLISHED IN, 1786.
'Put DATLy AND vezzliar,
r. Imes. [aura" minim
4162 la . lan. num Int= ton ro . tas tort orrtcs.
l dollars per annum, pa le belt yearly.
Doite it peall denim
Y—Tem denim pre =mum. In Nnnae. WWI
lu ~ ..P14 1,4 on the thllowing condlticaue,-
74 . 6 1: :==."-= ' No
The ' ElerreatClub
and to paid furartably to edema.. tioClub Paperiwili
rocr expliet, male. the tuonetis sent Wr
ELT OP ADVEESIMBO.
Ooaare elo hoer of Nononod . I or
ob In I Do. 1
ttmatturano IltesorTete. ter annum-46
,for neulabnk saodadbonal
ku h n. otn.M . lo V
scro tot oo
.• oar.h oantlonal swum fronted °Tor ono . and
sorb WWll:mud pun thoorte4 under the yearly rotor.
Adrerthonients 01=034 a ronore."11131/1110i lllteen
'rnt":Z=Nirerga h :l.timi.;,g.
yew the smoton thug.d thotr Yo Annomoing ennalist, On cake, to to frFpn ,
at other advt.... Momenta •
A4rertlocnoonto nat marked t oo . appr Tor s snrelfal
' Dumber of Insertion...lU no =i*
• pri.ll4ol of annual ratertiners raker limp id
thermal branlatiate boshunt; sra all edisments foe
17. the beoetitof otiwt persozooovell ea all adeertlstmel.. opt
ledneeLlatels maraud stab their own bushwes. ell
~ • Mums of wherthemots, in lentil. °therein. berend
rill be shaded et the edmi .0100. Poe
such lanadent. advertising, hills will be
sestleeed. and "mond wowed te ddidd. • •
All advertisements fot draftable losrantioos h lre
s tek=e , re dwi tim th ezt .
Manisa* wakes to be dodged 60 rest.
Death wads smarted without charm name etmentra
Med by Nand ineratione 00 obituary pram, sad when
• adv.it.er. and di others modlneretniradew
• ' time, or demising saran designed I. MI etteotlos to
Ades. Coneerra or any public entertalmenta.
where en made for sdrattim—sll boiled of M
esta mod e— '. O ' make lo mil attention to
le=te erardwiera colestas i d or fottett , itreletrte
*it the mum Otte rold rad:dal toVit:
midils the loot Murat, the um .111 be charged at the
' Me of not los dm lU diets Per 0100.
jug um or air !Wk. to be Margerfiltde Pd.. ca.
• 11l .em Lien.) Petitions tads.
Isd Mato *goals` sod Auctioneer.* wiserthenients rot
to be denied Mid yearly Mel, but to be tuner. +.
sountof thhathree sod owe third per tent. tem the
many es name. near ram.
larommurri ..u fele
Sixem, liensa) krartkro.....6o cent.
1). each additimai imertl
• lamsfest wieertirandits to be paid sdrowe.,,
INSON, Alderman, Fifth
bibreeim 01Ism old Wa!aut. All
I'E, Attorney at Law-4k
lA...sr /earth, la Arthure'll
-11..1. taste Agent. N. lin 4t.11
j- , - 7 571, Will
vereat Lim •
41 1 AMES J. KUIIN; Attorney Law; 'office.
in Tillettrosze Rall, err d.e
onut Que e r Irii.makd
.COLLIE , Atiorimy, iit;111 , 47 face
tglerrie's Ba .. l=Prarth et; stove E:WM.I3.4d.
ethir.tormed 9 with Wm. Nourer . .,F,ri., of
Wethlhoth. ern trona Hy of the Land thller.) , .. ,te
proeuti u d , : k w . 4
belbreCusgrem, . — Artheelepartraerit...; • Jar? '
JAMES P. KERR, ikon:toy at Law—Office
Ith et, betwen Ballth4eld 'and Ontrt.littsbursh.
No. l'oollt A:mt. Pitttb.4 , 6 , .
tovrta Jr. 'anal.
TOWS g WATSON,. Attomaya at • Late,
.deers Doy; Juba Snyder. Eau Her
top. litaninan • Wm. IL iser,' ,rohnA ,
KonntiaM Deo. W. jacklarn,ll , loban:D. • .0.131'
BDWARD T'; _JONES, Attonu3s . at Law:
. Offlae - oa V. • e treat; ' Det•saa Wad ut EualUr
. . ,
:TASPER : JUDY, Att,onley at ,Loar,
No. 89 Ilfth • fittsbnlab..P.
. - ic..sratuis . -.....r. s. arsmr-. ...T. a. cams. • '
. . :H.. S ac - 00.,= Bankers
v t &
_.., .aa F.seluas Drokm,l'icsth Ent arms. at Waad
--, I.lltessaaelgras istarri 116• Sa — Vnitsixa
~:L .D . KlNG;Banker antrExchangeßroker,
' s !Mirth *tree Dales lultsuk. K. Ells iiir,Ks-
Gold arid Nil, r. Utoeku - Omuta mid sold.
..11m.biAmt =oast pold.dri premium fbr American
"''Z.... ... 4 i. ,, OpE liPmikh Dullarr, lia
n pau .
Wil..lAll I, JR.., Ira — ni — ccr wig Broker,
ad.e. ic. 4; widtaostthakok oreituboalu
A.I2KINS ic CO: Exchatige Btokirs,
I Smith East Comer or ihtrit mid Maher street,; All
at moot literal rate, , .
HOLIES & SON, Dealers in Forelin
e. sad Doctustio Rau or mo..m, arnlcars
Boat Notombditircie, Na m listet strget. Id►
suds on the: pirecipd dth.
PVEWE LARNOLDA CO.; Banker=
etectd.E.y...l*Cets. 11•412 , 140tee.ae44q0: 74
alma Arcot. xi= dam to the Bank of FtslAncreb. , OS
lectloas arwnvatmled to wict the proctsis resolttale,
say put of the Union.
EkTRATLERTCFCAIEBT 7 I3I7.III7iii
• Dto Millets In Poseittudatl , Peastittto
et Otrtltbstell of Dewitt.. Thok - tidit---
SrArel..." 4.ft . "' ! .4L`,llr TM**,
L. OABOTHERS.&•CO, Banking How;
cam.: y id
Colleramet .131.111 C paktce , .ptiatlima
- A . ----.-,-ti
von& IRVIN, Cbretta H ' issig . 3lerc A. bwit
' sodl3llll4oters. So. lit &cord — Ftiort: rminutt sad
14124,90 *emetics from 1.100 to $ WAYS la.
r ALAIZA FIANNA "It'CIY.: Sucre t 6
of Dopodt.-Ilant Ziotes,.sodSpooio—NOtth.t.goroo of
Wood wort Tided otrees.k. : orront.Dldoor 11 , . rod od Dr
podt. Audd.Ctrek• ado
. and colketiores midte
r m' *lx;
ly tho olinoiral lota. of the Unlted States.
bie.tvmmina, Dog for Fodffd"ood
f_,•... i p t: W.' TA tli OR, -CominisigibriertitTd Bill
i shot., - -nil: &.arod .trim - shikvai,iitkii *in hi
;:. ea la all Wawa*, ratrate r d s to 114 tam < Mumma'
~ ' L 'amaolgtanal ariklrashrma Or Nrcearal at. 4.1.
. mai m ' Mara floods, Mrairciava kal.agatigalaa film' ,
- ablittaps. : Advance. male, If repialral.. „., , , :call2 ' r
~.~.~::~ ~..i .y.d
1105 a. STOCKTON,:Iate iobnaton
..,Bor,".ller,Stallmer.PrSetter. Rntrillattez; cor
met of Hoist st#TAlrd street*, littanrgh.
r, 7 l4.ll9LßES!'elipap: L Li!erail:Detot,
Amt. mod %tbs. kcitgre ri ZZ/kok# sr
'l''' . %Law the ü brur a
or eurosprrf-su , pu
12061csellre'ah - d- - Sttitiolier,
Na 76 Voarth ettre4. Atolio
A - , sc l' le and Befit
Mre.. lll " w•wt.' Al , illoths;,Steart Moat:Trim
wWn— ae: p•b s, F!,
COffildSiTtrg axli PORWARDtOG,
A;i aiINULTY k dO-Tfinsp
a4 h. 1 111:41nalsoloil Raker et.t;
MI JOHNSTON. ;Forwarding. and
nnialuka Itextbani,. No. 432 Saand Oat,
:.KIER 4, 'JONES, Forwairdjig and Com
. *ado% Metthantl, Denlrrs Iv .Pr.darn and - Ritk.
_Canal . Fula, MO Farg •
'll!a. Ditlabarsth. •
/LADY, JONES. & CO.. Succiskoktko AU
• • ii r l f lok. k Ca. Cnnuntolna and 'am - And WO
PlUnb urn! I , ladnfnetnred Op7di,"Pitttnt'•
Dirt - 00 - CIDS MERZILIm;
,•. Cf. sEtAcKLETT a:. co—lvtictis t
..,....:. •Vy . Nakrig u n Ford= and Donntalla VAT 41.1 a. Nn 101
~,.. —5 4 ,4- - ...... ia _..-- hnnrFh ;&. l4 .
v ., soN,C„—il 'l"7 ► "'" '`..'"''
„ e r e . IA ~ . o tu , e and_Rewi
7... - ,. , 'l=lgs:lm and atoOn -1)27 0004 W. Idatiia
_.. .. ..
- Mrft & • BURCHFIELD,. W;soirs42
..' sad retell Dee Goode Merchants...ou uf Furth
, 'IN trectW.1 . .....,,, ametser - ' .u. CATautris.
ERSEY, YLEMIM CO.. miestaii
Ilitteautite;4or the vale of Deceett W oob itud
noon also,'dealers Inuit kir& Itf Tenon' sum
. 2 ,IWool. ;Sheet, fourth doom FUSIN 171 t.
Dentist, Corner of Fonith
WWI beat= ft, betwen Market and Tern' idtrOAC
r , Er
. srap, McDOWELL,• (Successors! to
- • • it NenerStlialarale and Map Drlit and
. desale Droggtstst•Dgal
; es 13 .„ r. , 11, 0 01.8turs, and 14.4rumentic—
dam's esistrated 14 , 444 de ab ,
14.4 LW. 47.4 r., - No. 40,1entarlie
,43.4 : 44 4 .944 0, ...1en! via pl,r.k.
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lI.E'-'''-'! . ...:1 . i../ . kfl',Y .-- -.PITTSBURGH , ' , GAZETTE.
— r _.
A. FAIINESTOCK & CO, Whotcg 3 ic
• Druid=asul manufacturers of 'MAW lk• " Fird.
11. S. SELLERS, Wholesale DealiTr
AIL% StalTn, Varetshet,
A :atsbur,al. Ps. Hoods%Fs r t anted.
1011. N D: MOROAN, Wholesale Drukgist,
. WIC lirElt§it Wholesale DrErigist
VsLI Burg Car l* ra
g n RAUN andvfetall
lbi,zia4.,,onss of Liberty' awl dt. Cla/r stale INtl
SEIM Wholesale Grocer, Commission
4 - .l , Z y kt t l anac trer r Pa t ter and Ears, cufl.
Q n .ll UEL P. SIIRIVER, Wholesale 4;n”
Produce sod Cornsolssien Ifereluusbsnd Deal
LW • Usburpll Menufscturel irtbles. New. l u" gersl 13.1
1 • • • • strce4, Weems Vimd lord smitefio.t. Pitubwr.h.
. Sea s. name - . . Joarra oaliere.
TO N - S, DILWORTH & CO.; Wholesale
IPII• . meals. • Priluee 'alri Pommiselor Illerehanthmud
Co..Agen • "iar Hamra Powder or iisdardrille. pour, ha
.511 V el at. Pittsburgh. •
l . IV MORA..
A ' g WI E.- INGRAI A , holesale
, recant and Corruniedon !detest:dd. ha fig.:Wale
t. and 150 First drew/. Patbtburgh. • r '''
- ri llt Y , MATTHEWS & CO. Wholesale
• . . vas_ -.....—. —roux army:._
0 N, WAYT i ' do,,..Wl;oleaale - tiaric6l•F,
talesion llirehenth.arat Maier. in Prod* and
•WU h 51anufactures. ho. 400 Liberty street, Pith.'
4eI.',CANFIELD, - late of Warred , 01,1.,
. •.... • •• . • and Forwanilag_hleAdtaritt aid Whole
ar in .IVerrtern, iteserre Phres4, Butter. INW nod
Pearl . t and Westerst•Prorture'erneraity. WatChtreet:
barer • Fruitheeki and Wool, Pittsburgh. -
—•. t. '
5. w i tlarung....-15. tr. wattutas....s - .laeittar
.k - - WATERMAN & SONS, Whohisalo
' • rs, Groce CommLadou and Forwiedirag Merehantr.
in nil kinds of Produceand Pitsithech rilanuftetre
rod /kWh end Amnia tor the sale td Mamma& and
'Lynch rush alatuaaured Fob... lire. bi) wad bb,Water
street, irsoburgh. - . • •
_L . _
F •- P ,
f. VON tfii , ,TililoßST StMd.,7Whole
• W. Graser.,_ Forwarding wad Couuniestion dierrh
an ilta/ers in Pittsburgh -Manufactures and IVertern
Produce, N0..V... raw., or hunt street and Chancery Lane,
. . ..
—woe — Wood now -
amen, soli Importers of Ilnulita.
Nn 2'l corner of lahertr tad Irwin strootO. Pitt.
100 Pa...lton, lbttort Yarn, . coopo.di
.to tunOL .
4CRCII IleCl/3.--....9 D: 1.1 . C11.1........1f1V1LT. C. AI..
IMLLS & ROE, Wholesale Grouen..t: and
estssassaa Merchants, no. 257 Liberty lour,
011E11T. MOORE, Wholesale Ccj . ocer,
Itectlfrlng Distill, dinlre In - Pro, do Iltbaafaii
afactunnousd all Idnds cif Inseam and Disini•ile
Vi'."" U4u" o ' f.Z o. r r ei s L ell o " Tat InTlrk ' ''
raill'a=a,..t..,l,,z --- . "'
1 - 111 OBERT, DALZELL in CO., Wholesale
JULiairAcers, Commission llorthan i. 4. dealers In Drodost
arid ttshargh blanafactrans. In 11L3- utast( sstnnt.
VIIERT A. CUNNINGIIKM, Wholesale
• Groom Proiluso • Fessantaie. stsl entantissWn 0 1 s ,
:e I, - Lanais: In Pltubufgh Ilnaufartar, Lin 010
1 4 .
sheet. linsburgh. ...
. 11. lIIJOCIII.C.c - -MGM 24011.1. t.
.BAGALEY & CO., •Wholesalo w Oro
ears, lins. 11 osul. 20 Wool sirs, Matins* 1 y...
- .in aa. VDU.... . . ..,.. 111.1 - 10 1CC.V11C.44.
WOK & Me - OXY.IZESS, suecessnys tn
o LL. - -r. J. D. - Det. Whole-Pak Omer, Pura ardisa. - .
and minion itirrehants, deal,. In Iron. lodla, lan.,
Osttan Duna, and lilliblivrish lassinfeistares grass -ails .
cornet Wood and-Wawr •Doeta; Dittoyargh. il
. - 7 - t. '
_s- ....- ---- Ci;OCIIC.
A: OULTIKRTSON.& CLOUSE, Wholesale
• - Grocers and 01201Illfei00 31,h:int, Dealini , In far.
rs, od littslouryli Nan ufastumi' Articles. Dia dabelts
attest. ttsisissals. D. '
. •1. transus..--- ... -. .....m....rtAre.
jr, • . WILLIAMS - it bb, Wholesale and
. •Jaeutn easels Grocer, Forwarding - and Conindaidon
acbsOts, and Ikalsas In Cioantry Penlnon and Pittllana Si
3Lanufastar, antler of Wool Wild Filth sta. Pitts-puma.
--- wire Itaaraaari.:—Tnne I.crre-..asst-asan.„ 0. noniiirea._
1104INSON, LITTLE & CO., NO. 2.;,.5
harty.strete Pirt.horgh, Idhalershe Omni, Pro.
arorTs j -47anusdadon Merchant., and dram In Plitelionih
g r*R, 1,01.11, Wb - olesale firocens,:, Corn
- . tohnfeinferehants. arid Dreier, in Prerfore4ltoond
Building., fronting on Liberty, Wood, egg Sixth
street; Pittsburgh. Po- .
TO PARKER E. difi.,WWQ:l.l.
In Prodone Foreign Mar, Liquor, IS Wm
?ln oh and Itectinal Wlttlear—Bn• h. o , ardn loot
I.lbartY at.. - littabarah. • -, .
-_ -- MUSICAL INSTRIINE2Mit.
iOLIN IL MELLOKTIeaIer in Piano Ponce,
- 111.1., and Itnairal Inetetunenta, Enhool.Bre.te, and
tionectiegi L i gmttent
i C n tal, , e , et c Zn , t's Plano Toon for
HANBY KLEBER, Dealer in Music Oa . -
Meal Imetraments. and Importer of Italten;Steleae.
nt to Swam A Clears grand and moors Ptsnoo.
ortlit 's ahnoszt Attachment. Alga Mc lannhom's
KEWNEDY,. CHILDS & CO., Manitfactu
at itop:rtor 44 .shloc, (..)as4t: Cb.o
80. Pe= MM. Pataborwlo
laf&S& kanuficturerm of ring
. 4 4 . 1111 7 trceel. Pkromb i rood. Stool l rloogli oW•
4.4.4 to iarean=.,"ArgairtiVl'lLep A s i 'crm . 1
Coseb b iriz gb owhop wwwkilboworr of Row and gran d...
VIIMBURCIII . ALKALI WORKSHBoot
: P..sier7o,p a 's c gic" and . 'frkilpffalriticLo. I t e o' h :
bra 43 1 Ow irt-aekno !ern,'
.—._ . . ... -- L.____
ALTER P. 3LARSIIALL, Succtlyor to
12rtmt C Hill—luiparior sod oaler lb linotall
' tWi . strituto r.n , Wobirittios Ind boidart:: Wialow
Sti ' Pint ,Iloord Prlntr,to. Aboo--Writioit. rrioili r t
sold W ping Parr, No. no Wood Arcot loitoors. roil
...PiPaond airy. Pittsburgb. l'a
I TEA TWAT Vlll3_
]u? unt.. Eon W. of tfan Meanond, 11 Wilmer
uhfA. hi'CLURG & CO., Grocers and
--Tta Mears. No. ZO Liberty Moen: alaire Woof
brae rayw on band r large reaertovent of (2aloa flrneeo
feauna line Teas. lilao—Fomirn mneta and If uff,,Wheixe
sal. and rete ll . Denial, auppliof Ll=
A. CAUGIIEY, Agent Lake
ep for We
W eedAb n r M t haa WnMa f d o
la ßr b er
e e l a d l
VI.XECH. Psi CO., Transporters hy Canal
4od soniranliag IttoAulott, corner, of prim uttuet
- • i
. , VESITL9II_III , I37D6.• , -
• ... : 1nn1iva•nr,0......--.;.. .t .. ...A. erzetexenn at.' -
Vi • ESVERVELT & '.9N, well. nOwn
. UTlNPoilloo Plod .Ilf aknnbitoop ountatttlf oli hand or
tp older tbo but orUele to than tine, at sl , Plf al
utatul," N 0.13 R. Clai re dreoU Abu a Ito • fa..ltarkut sera t.
ittoodlutory. endow., to tlip Distotoul. Vottlti.pbutters
made to deftr, and oil What/ .oeutlp Todrud..• o apt°
41 --'- ' ' IiMOT - Iff .-- VidI.I I ,ItIdIIATP A' peaiiylDAlllll—
. e 'bllettettle keel?. ea baud allkbetegrel oath , trod
eof ilbim.d . Alk whorl prlty, It domploto wooftentat
.of ye IJ. 011 W, em Venltlus Pl:odors are moat to order
to Um bdt utyle. tfornottod to fold to ithrie• th , Upi,t
Stat.. 1110 Blinds no be mound without thou old of •
Rued duct: flawing putfinood floe dotkittobt: Awl wwd
of the billet esabllshment of 41.. q- yII McClpllitod,l 0110
Pte torsrakti their, ail . e . dditort us well ugh. pulp
1k t,,,r7 firpfaz:t ott=-1,... - 1 •..
e. wrr i z i lv..... (=wf . of TIAN Al.....italciput
,N. g,-.-I.lm,tintulagortar.latlA, for sale. .
• •114:17 , , ;
.l'eleriotir ySurgaiti, late
gretlentl.• would rm.llllllx . a,
Lou enanornad practlrn la thr
-,cturful sttentinn b xtrotevrr
ea give Astlioctlhn. ' • .
1 1 11 b r=on..;ItInn . aml
WO OL 'E, Wocd. DEALERS and
fr,thertle or Marrimin
ty rittshur*t. .
TIARBAUG.II, iVool MErcbanto,
6-7 lalm In Tlotto end Prooloco Ameraff r. For.
. 00 dh"ff Comoltainn °lmhoff', No. 116 VIM. street.
MI 116 &mad stmt. hfflobargb, '"
.11liG: - VING-AND LITECOMUSINE
fila,Faisll N SON, firgraHver on Wood,
Phlle Ilan, (third eu.,,,, )) h . pe,--Vlotre of
adisereeLolatZZg ur l *els for Dlrirfonn, Ede
tun, to in the blot rtYlo
of and at the lower, orlon , . ' • ,
Li; 1::r.....141:;.::C. I
ti f t. 7.; , llll:A.N 7 S ;Tr j : -
...icar.g.)% ; ,lll: 4 .7 mlii -;----
Desert oe. linelueer alo Vbalne Outb.. le., g"4l et V
r ' etl l"" or
dm • MI Slane, and printed in colOta. God u g•re. or
nude ha lbw tarot ar•DrOrtet stria, and at the otust,rarnsr
__ _ _ —__ _ _ _ . • .
mit W. wusdirTlfacT;;TWreiry - ,: 7 § - , K.,-
t a t ANa - 1 — illa01(1 , 6 - 0: - Ini_porters and
111 Bantwar. sad g.,VUaTilSro,
OTIN FITZSIMONS Manuactu
rora of and GREENGLA.SI2t, MOUL.l)9.ltntlittl
Lutar of kfACIVINERY, take tido meuwl of 'lnfrtnlna
thov drain:au , of Laving atteh work done, tbat awy ore
prewatod to do It at too loweat towsible rate, at Um %bort.
cot notice. and In the tont nmnor. tbrir rotabll.htnrot.
Ikonad Arcot, otos« the COL Bridor.noar the Zia. Work/.
Theo low for BLaek flmltL aal Itla4 Furnerea. mono
faoturvol at the shortost untie, and ttt the Inwokt Prte , *
All klndo of Jobbing tlioott tbort
MAFFErf & OLI),
Front stret, beturren Wood and
3larkat.l . lttalmrgh.
Would invite the nubile to their
elmndelier .. P m ndnnt o,f
The F i tti n g rtmared lo excente
Gap nu 'the ohort,t no
tire and moat resamable
SPRING FASHION FOR 1851—Thi,,4
beautiful at) le of Hate reeelvnl and for rale by
nada ' miner Wool at. and Diamond all,.
Wegner, Bleckner & Mueller's
NEW LITHOGRAPHIC ESTABLISHMENT.
TIIE ABOVE FIRM reBpectfullyluniounce
to their friends and Urn pabllr renarally. that thoy
are prepared to narrate, in the find style of their art, all
coders for Phu. I.3asdu. rail., Diplomnn Choelo, Vading
a Ptrdlnodonol Odds. Map, Charm LAIocIP, de.
Their eflabliqhment hi at No. Mi Market atrect. botwoon
Third and Fourth ntrrola, up Win. UV 1.31
Bolivar Fire Brick Manufacturing Comp'y.
GLOVER, KIER & CO., Pnornieruen.
THE SUBSCRIBERS, having Leen ap
i. pointed Agents hand
the above named renewer'. 1.111
keep constantly unhand • supply of thr celebrated ltollkar
Vire Brick. Crucible. Vim C la y . Yurnaekllentib*eod lnwal la.
They are al,o prepared to rendre enters fur said Veldt, t.,
be made In etre and RIM. to ault purchamers. whkh stall
Yeedo myhem It nereleary to enumerate the many ad.
vantages the Mlle. Fire Briek ro,rev. lee overall ganef-Mbar
hare been offered the Ade In tho litilted State, their ',ulte
rior'', being well keno. to ahnoet all ortn, who nee
Fifv. brick. The pnoprb•tone have detertultml that the
Mick 40111100 e none uf their pmaent enviable repulatioo,
and that no expense ' , hall bo maned to make them oven
better than they have heretofore been. This tho tally
establithment now manufuturing Vire Brick at flotivur.
KIER a Ji)Nizi.
enc/37 Canal Balkh lloyehthM, Pittrhurah.
aMcCOIW & CO., have received
their aiming kyle ,d Ilan, to whirl& t h e y
pratntly Invite thr attention of [hely °mink,
eratual the public. generally. • - (Art:
Pittsburgh Oss Pipe and Tube Works.
MI'S undersigned have just completed their
IRON TURK WORKS,
todnee snit Pitt,.
and aro nowtonnufacturritne NI AIM. of. PIPE. L.
comotPor and otter nom mad all rlara or •
WROUGIIT IRON TUBES,
which the,. offer for male et the towel:Unice.. Thor are
now prenansa to e trent., Niters. to 'or extent. without el . -
lot. SPANLI Oh.
lio.lll and U: Water strw , t.
PlTTellUittl It. I'M
th. la Prcittuer—
MI!.. la. 166 Whrrtl ,o ß r
o L , E—Ciy
110 ICIIOLAS VIVIAN, Civil Engineer,
Dratmlarman, eat Practiral Mining Aural. Mel.,
Urnortar of Modell , for the Cravat Irak, dertirru of Mark'.
Ivry for Min,,LiVatrr Works,
found betwixt 10 A. M. oral 6 P. M.. et his nrillentr.
Marbory rtrret, rift,hornh. falai:4ly.
11 A. l'il ADEIIIAICAgent ?or ilelawarr
tunlafrtr lnsornnm Company, .P.t Wecrr
I C AR DIN Fa: COFFIN, Agent f W Franklin
el Fire Inenrencr 0 - mammy. rmrth resCeornor or WOM
and Thint ftrrotn.
dir . e . l.nd l'ltt,
WM. GLENN, Roox BINDER, Wood etreet,
v v AktanAl door from t 11.•
r' sxrPint i r."1„11:,
bound nut...limns. 1000. In numtwr., or old I•ookr
Itmund carefully. or rrptlm•l. Nun, , ,put ow
Eh., who Rant hiodlw axe lovitril to oIJ. long
Co.; Wholesale and Retail
Alanufacturerp, awl Hat... Cap. sod Rano,
co.rmer of N 11.11.04 HIM l'ittmburat. Itt•rg t
offer haul ecnipletw gloA of ILitr, Cajn y Y 1,1711. of
:4;;ll:!‘ u n * k. t fAV:Plt;lr h Alp Wb'l" , ' :: '' L' p ' art. ' l . . '' sr; t no ln r:
thou,Otto. s.surtuc that they will r... 11
ItTM. DIUIIY, Nlertiaant I)raper.
Dealer in licniity 31nrie'llothinii, 1,11..rfy rt.
BE3ib i vAL.-I , R. STEER 111111 reI3IIIVINI to
, 141,iirty. otrtict. holm, Pitt. No. In. °Mr. atnl 41.01.
niz in the r-Inte
dew Coach Factory—Allegheny.
c 31. A. WIIITE & CO. trout!
va ‘,.. 0 . %. a ... 4 ; ° . a rn no: - tn . ak . l . m., and a.l;prerlml eemi•.
4 ler% fo l r h evrt; 41 , ,,Iirtion of Ichirlr.,Car:t.--
km noo ' ..?f,ollll44 n,n ' tll t 2; have, the,. Pei nrtoture
enabled to to work on Lno.t nawYvble
Wan ennllnit Artteles In their 11.,
Mention to the @election ofmaterial+.
1131 . 422, none hut enuiretent wortmcn, Cher ht.
brute ot, 111 warrantinu their work. therefurraek tte
attentim 1 - .l' the public to Chit matter .
1. D. Gen:ming done in the b.,t manner, and , the
A. AGLE MARBLE .WORKS, (establirhcal
Iszz by EDMUND 'WILKINS, No. lot Lawn, t.. •
ro of Wtord Attort. Pittßhornb. Mononomfo. Durial
Vault,. Tomb, ll..l.rtorno, tr.o.; Montol Nem...Contra sod
Moe T 0 0 ,.. Moore on heat end mole to order.
N. B. A choke , rolettion or tym.rno an hand. 010 . .
A CAILD-18 L
%LUMPILY BURCILF11:11). North East
iv. corner of Ft:meth and Alerted otreett, littshurults
be t , to, at the comment-et:sent of the New Yean to re
turn their thanks to their cortomen soil the oultic toe UM,
04. fon the lame share of 00.111 catentlal . ttetn. cud
invite the crettinostwe of their farm, Ilevtur.reeently
tlarrsal and imorcreett t.helr room, they are ctialtrd to keen
in hand a eery esteruttre as of Oreals— and lumen
will bare the ailmntane of niamty of uxlot to examine
troralt, end make their ectectrons. They ilt,ittn making
their mashliehment. sr far ee s I,VIIILI
STOKE. where...eery article in the Dry tionts ntodcil
for the wants of feather. eau be prrasitred--and to Abele
continued efforts ur select the beat good. anti to .41 et low
prince, they Lope to mate It the Intelsat of families notliu.
disk! usla. to favor them with their custom.
CMThe BLSINF.Ett will be oonttoutal to
tbe roams up stair•—tntrsuce from 4th street, or thron;b
lower room. rang
„aiTfSBURGH CO;IMFECIAL COLLZGE,
sCorner of Third and Market s treet . The only a. ,
n! lorthistion of the kind in Pittsburgh,
Yiertrr.—Jobn Floallie. Principal trortmcfa. in the
Scheme of Account% •
O. K. Clotroberitti, Pears.. of Perturnanship.liervantlie
Moo. 31. Macon/DM+ Innt.... .. Cm..
.mini Leo ,
Those dneirior • .ttiplete kw - whelp of Kook KnePiria.
=ld tanPpEatko to VICII branch of hill , lacert, al,o on oh-
Rant at.4.rapil peomatiebtp, are Molted to call Ma exaEn
- Lector° no Coattoorelal Law every Monday evenin,
Kehreenee to any of the mehlent dly merchants, idelM
. EAGLE lILSILBL_E WOKS.
EsTA au sti ED 'I 532, by EDMUND
I , WI LK 1 NS, No: 245 Liberty et
bred of Wood street, Pittsbiirgh, Pa. ~
At.. Mantle nem, Cent. and Plo. Tote.
always on band and made (0 tack, or the.
choicest Marbles, arid at very reduced
C 7. A choice s,
relnlion of Drattemos on
The filed -e.
,_ ” ----.--e,-... h
, E. .. Ar•l no as ' - f"'''`' -- '''.' I I
l fgriligry. d ';'' y.
•1 1 I
Finn. Ilarnrar Drnny Cluck Tinman. Erg.
Ilon.Juabm John Harper. I , :p.
km. fiutlruon Jr.. P. 4.5. W.. herr, Ern., Architect.
'John Snyder, kg, C•xtz . • Sow. Prokrrm.
_ PittAburah Bank- nynnwr k Itahm. do.
J. IL ribanntorgrr, P.m. 11111 Corry. do.
Wllgon Illcf_Ancl E. noon kenrgent. do.
Robert 3leKninht., EN. Wm. Ileural.y C(1,
Jug. IleKulght. firming-Ir. T. slorlant Co.'
11.110. Juxhun Rhoden & Co I , rs
H. 1. 0 KN., Ileglirny.
P.. W. feel. grairrul 101 lb. very Ilhornl pntminr l
7 1 "4:tr i dt,V J TC:!.fror„,„I'toti:
time, and ulllendrnvor to rentlrY sal.irractlou heneaftrr.
TAXES W. WOODWELL.
C ‘ ABINET FURNITURE' 111AXU- ,
McCann!, Ware-roma VT 99 Thin! anat.
J.W. IT. non..trolly Inform, Ids frVuln and
rociantcrs that he has now !mankind e torrent,
and twat dock of boueehold funalloret raver before peen in
td o lra city, as be Is determined to uphold the quality with
welbeearotwol reaterialn, beetworkshlp, and !tattot do
ahcou and from lbe extent of 14n orden and bendy In
manufacturinor. be In enabled It, Pordamlateranted motel
tore, at the loweet
dla ham adopt.' tho priple of Identifying and.ctom
interort with Isla own. to quality and prim. beet.
elwaps no band the greatest variety of every oleceription or
fornitara from the chearrtrat and plaimed, to the cruet el.-
` Jg ' t ' ;::,ll,
order. Its t 1.
herefore calleitra inrarellon, that 11,, owl can
tattoo! of Ms ocolablirabotent may be Anon.. Tim Mlle:wino
andielet clamant, in red, of him /dock, witislo tor rich owe. of
atyle and 'Minh rioan not to, morpareed to any of lan, Ilaratern
'11.10., drawing, dinkuto and bobroom <halm. of every
varboty, m 11,10114: of traeowooral, Malooolly and walnut,
igliatetben, (Mnoorratalre and Easy Claire, of VT., lit,
'miption; Couches. Put., !retraceable and Incal. of the homy!
Trendy and Amerlean petterno Tomheoco. Whabtlote, and
latilea' parlor Writing tkolta varinuc klnda Work TXIOIOP
Mul.fttocy hdald eland, moot, atonal', and bolder, marble
10% mahogany, rowevrocel and wallont realm end oda. toe
idea ateuratoo dining [.blow; Ocean( lha mond inoyorooed.
anol . derbledly the tool kind made: curd, toonboolot hall and
tolertaiol, wardrobe., tedetrado sad wanhatando of each a
Mate mentortenronto peal, hall and parka . orarlotton raholmo
nottoman! , aro! alorlo, nerretary and honk COP, side hoard,
o- a,,,0a, towel racks, hat $l3lllll, and ml , ' ntorada, crib.
and arta for eldbiren; paper mad, table and boa pogo,
nuoloograny.7o,Vo,4l, and Inlahl pearl Tablet. tr. in. Ar.
A large arsortment of Common Pun:diner and Windom
Malmo Itabinrat makers tortoni,' with all artlcles In thole
Fleamboats And 1101,1., furnished at the nhortest
All onto,. promptly attended to. 1.9
A(GINTY LANDS—CArr. ell all. NAYLOR,
Attornny at L No. Law. 1101 Third -. carper of Cherry
. haring 61/14. , arratignniant• for thn
perwure !Inutile !Arida for nfrirwro and noldlow, thelr
whinwn tunl will atterol to non her One
Pe_ted with the ...mune:A or our nf Depart
/m.l2'k reunion onion, or th e Court./ at the C ll r of
Drawing, Peripective, and Painting in OiL
)(18. D. R. SMITH is now prepared to give
ingt-remtlnn to tow to in lb. , deTeront branehen
to. delightful art. nt lila worm. In .31u.ora.Yrnlf.,
Atkloonn . ./ new Inahllng; Ur
Urn Orwet, betweer b out 001
31artet atrerto. Hoorn of Inottnolinn. from 2!. ln
(wan tn 7.,W P. Charge. soul othnr tnartintilars eon be
k n ow, ' hn tafternnon) at the n 0....
Refer in l/r.tinuaro ar hr. hadiwni. hunntllf
IMITLEY & CQLVIN, Coal Mereltant4,
I 'nod Dealers in Dry 1;181/..,/irneerin, hurt and Nalln
corner of Walontrnit and liarhloglno Turnpike Road
Threrant •Illni 0 onlaAholroti
n. ... ... . ................... 110.01.
jpITI'SBUIlilll CITY GLASS WORKS.—
W. CUNNINtiILtaI h CO. dlanotarturrra °fir:sown
LAM ')lhrkrt rtrewt. betwean Virst and Becon.l.
PartkuLar attwatlntfpahl to old rhea. Alp—Dealern In
Flint Glary, VW., lnttlut, 1.1.11,01
GEOROD B. ARNOLD & CO.,
LEALEIts IN ILCIIANGE, ODIN, LLCM NOTES, LC.
Xn 74 .Flntrih a, ma to ana itften.lo ,
Notes 4.4 Drab% isll.olod on all mix of the ttoloo.—
IttorLs botofht 004 gold ofroonto.. fob 7,ht!rT
JHARRISdN Attorne at Law,
Ohio Lt., Otionamtionn for takUtnt, Aek
nowiedLoottotas oL Ned, Ae. Moe—
PITTSBURGH, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, ism
STEMIERS, MAILS ,•_
CEAN STEAM SEITS. Y i
Thr tivdernoted or other ...Arlo 3r.: appointed - t" eeli "
thilisur• Lenc—Americau I:trousers. ;
PROPOSED DATES OF SAI LI Sll. ,
MOMRIM 1,16., MOM tuna.. ,
IT.MheAlny, Marsll AtIMSAImnIny. Mr - nh 14 , t , b
Worlnes.ho . •• 19110Mnluy . .0
Mod ta...a,. April DLIIM c‘lnreklay, Aril .. 111
Wall...mlAy . - MAI* We.thtewl•O . ' 3 "
Irodne,Mn,., Mny 10th 11'..t1n.,..1.,, 3lay HIS
Sntunlay. -21 th W.1n:.441n, •• T•ith
Saimaa, J une 7113M:mlurAho . Jun.. Ilth
tut unla> . ••2in Wevh..."l:iy. - T.:• 11,
Fat urtl.m-, JUif I "
i ro 14 - . .r.1nt , ....1.11 . . „-
Saluetini. Pth P.,stoe. . •1 , .. L.
Pnlamlny. A u Etal. DI WednrAdA.C. Ann, hth
Nat uralny. - 1 , 412 Wetln.sulay. - • • 51,
Saturda,, •• MD. Wt•tlnes.ls, . Srpti. 3.1
Natunlro . F..•pt. 11th Wotheo.l.3. :Ih
... F.!!' ” . "! n. '"`Pq • '''',. I':'
i:iriini7... Det. lithlW...Dn,D,
I , laurday. . - .tla,Drine,l4,, Zith
~ !V.v. XtbilV,,lnerdni. Nyr. Saturday.
Sat Saturday- ~21,1V.Inewla,, ...,,
enturtay. Ike. i , o4l:lattininy, D.
eatunin, - 1`.0.1. Sntunta),
ettnarnl tine— ll:r.kly Trim.
. .. . .
...New Wrk ....... ..,...
..,aturdny. areh I.
•-.8.. 1, "'l ` l / 4 torday, llarrh2s.
...Nor York , aturday. Mareh22.
._.9.a.ton ' , aturda. April. 9.
Saturday. April 12.
.... Nrar, York
.IVednoday, M. V/
......... "... " —. ........11 . 1.71;;;;1;;:
America 11..tnti 11'..ltuivloy. April
Asia ".ew. York etilltlYirf • !lay
Pa.wavt. 4.1 or New York. SZL etkorul
=Mu. E 1.,.
Nero Tor): owl /Lorre Um—Monthly Trws.
L... .1f ORR. VL
Franklin. Malkinla T y, Feb. Franklin. LTA lliaday.
Humboldt " Nth tlar Illunbohlt nth Apr
Franklin, •• sth Apr Franklin," 4th
Ilututuldt. " At May Ilumithlt. " 4th Jnne
Franklin. " tilatEry Franklin. •• k.l July
Humboldt, •• June Humboldt. "
Franklin. " Ilith July Franklin. •• trith Aug
llumboldt. Aug. Ilitrtholdt, " '2,lthttept.
Frunklln. :Nth ;tont, Frunklin, •• Ott
Humboldt. '• 111111 Oil. Humboldt. "lutil Nov
Franklin, •• 111 k Nor. Franklin. " 1111. Dec.
Ilumboblt, " 13111 11..
U. Sieerfa :Varipotion Ch.—Nov(olv hire.
.for New York 14101.
Veolay, Moral 21.
...New Volt hider. Aio , l 10.
—.New York rrido*.lley 10.
--Nor Y0rk_...........Wriday. Jut". 11
enturlay, April ID.
.f.atunlay. tI T IT.
Ir.& mall atentnere kna. Now York on the 11th and 15th
of rash month. for Chao.. a
TOE PAVASC,}O LIT ICL.T.
Steato.hip I.ALA leaven Cbarl,tanin tbe Int end Mho!
ARRIVALS LAD DEPARTURES OF MAILS.
X 4rrr.m.—lty ilreen.intrg, Cltaniben.hdtn. 1%113440d.,
New Inrk. Kin.tern, r.entrn and Nnrthern part, of N. lurk,
IM.lnwarn. 'New Jer,y. and 11, nix New England 1;1a4v.•-
Thc l'noTinr., of I.n•rr l'onada. Nowa Ventia, and
Bru.n•wirli.. daily. Arrn, at 4 r. D.naito at I p. n.
Illair.•111. add 11.)111darabany.
Inrlwunq Ohe rounti, of linultonl, Can.) , rla Nulty, elln.
, on. utuata, Ire Kean, Vvrey,
Morru Luinn..d part of AVeatmoteland. via lavrlnumm,
ysville, t4drox i Rood, Nror Alexandria awl Indl.
.3 ronot7. Arritex Jail), elOl.l. Mundays, at 3A. .; de
tartx doll/ at I.Li P. 0.
Eatc—Br Ratter, Marra, Crawford. and Jrarrow
rountaaa. N e•tera part of New rk and uvrer Cattuala..ll'•
Anita. at U r. N.; vad .laprarta at a h. •.
. . - . .
P.,. Parra asp 111....PLIka.—Ily 11 pablayUla. Cnvn,
Fa) rt.. Para PIPWt. lapq of 11 p•trp•rvlrEntl count,. 11r
City. NNllhrrxran,l 1\'.41-
^rn parts .1 1j1,.i,1 mad Imlgatra....hentur.ll4. llJinni, 11.1,1 m •
1 1,, ,U•ovios. L..l,l4 , LivaPlrtla, and Tex.., Art ea
at Sr. u azsl dr,arts at 11 v. N.
Pan*, 111,11,d, 1. 11,s. Va., Jen. llatri.
you. Car,ll. Ttowansm rap
API-i.... al I I p. a.: elepartv nt
Norm W. , 721v,..11). l'a- and tT^.rlatd,untn—
Aktal,4lla.marl .11 a, nr, 51• L Cu>
1112rocr, t.r.. San,/tolty,
Will tura.. muitta... 01110, tt.• rAtmn, tin
Id thy Ntal, ,, Ira ;Ind 1111.4., tverlll,lloo all 111,111.
Fat, lowa. atvl Wkves..lorti..l3.ll). Arrivm al II A...) .1 ,
par. at P. it
K M/1.-B7 Sbarirl.arg'. Itnuann. : 1 1 , rtnixtehl.T.r<
turn. I.l,•inrt. hiltanning, Anußrong. els
kau mud einartald eigeuti., ash I y..-crept 4.41 A
;r. u an..l il•Tarl• he. r.
flhaeza..—lty Parr, .vlll, Portor.-
liarlhohorm ota: h.loo. Amt.. ra
Tburob., aml :Words,. at aY. • ilopartA .llombqa.
Witiorolapo 1•1•41 n 47 A h.
Otitrhoqie loot Iloh
ottaulrola Vrulot r. .1,
part. %.'ohoogar. ago! haturqa, o
I , 3loswerlt.—Kr huh/mama. Ptroot's ton. WE...or - nit
in.. Pool INot rem, 1411.,-
Coolohro.n. ta..l Libertr.
Coo. Arriro, Pittway, aml Tlaurnla,r. a.; 11,
I..orta lloutlat • sod Thorotlaya. at U
tare,. Notiloatovo. Cam?,
Nurorturoortt. loom. Crtolt *Ulm, Poltrzons ,
Ihrtimn,. la. Arntro 'owl.. • vol b aryls,. al
tloparta 31 , 134,4 aml Tl.ortho at M.
frtlarota, t —ll3 Chat., 51..0/.....,110. Mono.
, o , 'l
tour, Frankfort 01o.a. Pa. Fah-tow. Va Arr.. t
.Yrtlay, al a v. tir,o.ro , ratunLtt at
—l3r. Antrim. North. t1a.4.1n..:C0n. and Arollot
PA. ArriVl., VretillekliprA. at hr. dol.aht , on M.A.,
at .... Y.
I.rarorl.crn.—fly 1.n.....a1e• Ferry. Aim,. Frid"i. al
P. .h•parte :.+alunla", ti w.
Vamcro..—lty earor. laraalowek.
Plu,..r.t, 126.96.36.199r1..1.1.. tueloolln:t Warm'. ant Venana
Arrivea.lol) al 7 A. W., aM74•30411.A...ra.t4 a.
Le.Yers fweskre nn lreaelt , 7llll.4 twin 171..
1,... one Iv.
brf,rt. ihkr nrimr, I. nen.
weotly...l work I" mail le iu thy 11M, half an L..dererturr.
RATES OF DISCOUNT.
I:Or2LRLD ban, rat •1116 liTtTlaCTia a .laArrla. ST
N. /1013IES 5; SONS, 13..nk en,
N., A; Jrvrk.: .T 1e.......a 7Air4 old .f,ur,A rt.:. Z'a115 ,, ,, ,,
PK. , NdYLA ASIA. ,Ilram-k at , 1....1P.10n.. .
Bank el Plltowrell .. -.....rar:1N,E..11 at ~,.. trr -.- _ :. 4.
rarhan:r Pao, -1 .1n.... ..n. Pranch at ~....4._ .I ,
51..4 do ..... ...pxr P n at raw Y0up4..w.n.......1.
Bank dr Cranmemr.... ... ,MT hank- 110rmnati.......1.
Bank of North Ae.r...par c'onnarrrlal llk,Cinrinnatl J.
Batik of North'n IA bettlom.lar Fran KU.. flank_ .._. J.
Bank rf Prons,Prania--.parilatfarrltp Hank_... P
Pant of I , nn ~ ...kil, . ..Par 4, W. Life Inc A Tru.l C..... 4,
Bank of 11., United . kaLK 111% r_Arru lte.r.ne Bank, .. 4,
Connarn-lal Bank ht Pa-..par !Ludt of Menti11vn._.........
Illrani Rank_ par NE . } . NtILANIJ
Ft..lgo _....par nank........ All .olyrnt I.anka
Alanu far. a klrrh 'lank.- par NlilY ipll.K.
kai , .... -.-par !?mr York 1itj........-....
raf171;11 ' )1 1 .,1.... - ... .... V; ‘"
n"i iiiiititi S 17
!butt:nark Pap -k- par, ... ~...
Trwlessuales 8ank......... -.v.,
licertarn Lank-- ... . ..... .pai
Bank of Chuntoroburgh. 11
Hank of CB ter
. ._pa r
Thanker Danrille .... . - Far I
Hank or oac.., ci. --4,: r..p.ri I
Bank of liermantosm......par I
Bank off rttroburgh....... I
Bank of LenPamrn - !
Bank of 3llddletoan. .. •. .. .. 3.
51outromtry Om Dank-.-rar
Bank of Northurntralatnlpar ,
Carllsla Lank.- -..- 3-.11
(k.lunthia ilk a * Bridge ()Apar I
11,1,411.0. m Hank- par I
EattAn 1.1ank..—..,. ...... par !
Erie Hank S
Farm... , Ilk of Burks C0..r.tr,1
Faraufrx' Ilk of Lancaap.r.Partl
Fartn , ra'llank 0(1(.101111111
Farm. Ilk of nehurlkllll-Vpar I
Franklin Ilk. llaakinagun par
Ilarriabarn Bank- y
Iltmexlalo Bank 3.,
!..mlraxarr . l.km... I:aut.-marl
I N...4%F.Y ADELAW A Ili .
r il '4"nAItITIVFA. ‘'t
UNA of thr Vldlor ~
I/1k of Virginia. Itlchotoo.l !-.
K. 11.1 t. V. Not-161k t.
Wm-more Iletukof 11rtnnik ...,
Methant, tt 51Pcb. Lank 't,
North Wotit•ro Dank- .
Brattrlint ... ... ... ...,. ..,
htatTll CA . E.01.1.N A.
!Hank of Co yett,
Ilk of M.. of N. Garoltrut.... • 1
Curunterchtl Ilk, Wlhnhoftt 2
Mo•rchahtt.' Bonk, Newborn 2
Al ilall 1,A1101.1N A
!'llk of the. Pl. of ±. Itarollnt. 2
hank of Muth Camlluk.... 2
Matt of Charlt•oton .. 2
lonra . A %1.-chant& Ilk 2
Att;ort-I - Int. A hanklnt. Co
Hank ni Aucitta... w .... ..... t
111 k of Ilrtintlrte ,k Auttatt. '1
• • . .. ....... .......
not Itentoekr.inoinillo ..:
Ilk of Inulevllle. "Montan '...
Noribrrn Ilk of Rentnek, ‘.
Southern Ilk of lipnturk, '.
Ilk of Slit, of Alignmul ..... .',
tad nook and Ibrunehen_Lo
13 1 17 ri nk o r
r i i ii ?Cr ri. It 'S +. '...'";• eh le: '::
111111111. i N.
Moe& Lank of PolOrrillo 11
Monongahela honk for
nett Branch honk. .. .
Belk( hlmte,..— 1:1
Ohlo Photo hank
11nobell at Albano. 11.1
Ornoch 141 .
Monet at chi ...... .110,
IF•nnrm . Mer•honir, Dank.'.
Ponlnnobtr ank ,
Ilk of D.N.Amorle.Tan.onZa
11,tult thl'nepl... T4n•vntof,
Bank of Sonlrml
Dank of I , .baulula., Tnn•nto;..
EASTERN 'AI:HAND K.
00 Now Y.Ak
0n l'lilladolobb. do
p , Un . . ••
Cluriunnli ....... ......
.1101. D AND SPIXIi: V/11.01,
Jn P.triot 10141
Branch at Toledo do'
Branch at Dation .do
Branch at Ihdalran. .4o
Branehat Liollintbto. do
Branch rat........_ d0
Brandt at 2..calato do
Branch at Mplor d anathda do
Branch at HIo
Branch at Clutlonatl... ...... do
Branch atColuanlona..- du
lhanelr atWaphlngtnn do
Ilnun-1/ at ...... .dol
Branch at Lam arter do.
Branch at Strobenvllle do
Blanch at Mt. Lrr00n.....-do
Branch at N.wark..- 014.
Branch at ....... d.
Branch at Spriugfa.LL.......4ln
Brunch at tarittla- do
Branch at Troy. .........
Branch at Mt. Pleanant--...d0
Brunch et Piqua. du
- • •
Brunch At YAtun.. .....
' , ranch at 1.1,1111..uhr
Bratech of Cu, alsnus.
Ilratich nt Tnlrdn
is rtimiti.eil and
1.1. the follurrl.
11 UR FIII4I' LOT
Vl.ni Chi p,
White kutl Imo,
strrw and Inatim . wl,
L•tnr and TOM'.
Jrnny Lynd and Patin.
Ptmw and Patio,
Pt erl and lard, Patin.
.A. A. MASON A CO..
02.4 14 Sixrket
IILAUK li1tN:88 S
lAjorrs Wen,sti n.flurtln
ILKS.-lunt recd per
k Lulntrin. 811 km.
ncl, anal (Atte, rolorr..l
A. A. SI A:4 , N A CO.
pi:ill LlNENS.—Received this morning
mnntller lot n.arled maim, 'Orb 1,1.. n..
0115 A. A. 31ANIN A 1,1.
- . . . —.. ..—_.
(g INTET 01L—,;50 -
gall. for sale lo;
A 7 m. 1114 J. Kill a Co.
pOTASI I —7 casks (prime) for mile by
Anc.llls • J. KIDD A (01
IVIIITE BLUE-5 lthlm (Cooper's) fur
T u•ii by MOW, J.•KIIII1 ACo
111 . iiitt(ii GUTI - - 3
0 Ibla . (hood
Q..hY n . 1 , 1A J. K!DPaI4I
UGAR CURED 11.A.MS--10 tierces (1)p f
-13 In evlebratml N. C. llntn.,h7nJ nu/ for ~ n l, 1 , 1
nn.1116 IV A Ll. on
INIII , OIIII a I ii.
1 ARP—if - kegs for ' sale
nvhl4 - WICK A SIrCANDLERS.
MOLASSES -400 N. O. oak voolo•r
-111 s.:s. for pale bi melll4 .J.; It. FIA 11 It.
ARD-20 kegs No. 1, for sal. by
1001)14 J.Oll. PlOll . l l .
OTSBI/-10 ensks, warranted Tom . . for
Ji„ rade hrtnebl4 J. It. FLOYD.
IZ AS CHANDELIERS A ND FIXTURES:
.0 1 1 Parlor Chandeliers and Ilesn.tet, of lb. lava styles - ,
also, lass and one 110111 0r1i:,1.40A1 Pendent, al roskrn
pries, W. W. WII. O IIN.
1001.10 rumor of Fourth a nd al a rns.p sps.
4.2 OLA It LARD LAMPS. 111 A NDELIERS,
13 010n:sate! and Plain 00elamslon 1001 P. ,11 r 11,1111 . 4 r
StemulsJata. 11.01, 00110011100. A 1 , . ,. 10.0 and b. ato
tilt! pattern. of Cs•lsts, etnno. sod $10111.e.101 0,011
of the nortrallnd nusnufnetu Iv of Corso.llns and at
110110.. Inshln W.W WILSON.
ANTED TO BUY—Notes of tlte\Vestern
•T I VII.OOI and Istnok of 11.. Pi
ttstpurgh Bank, 117-
JM NTI PAPER. , --A suiwrior lot of
Double Musinuu Paper..V.3 . l: and linnerlals =TA
rail at W. O. 11AVEN'S
. 10 .I 1 S • P.M et" ear. Marina sad Limmad
ILuxuroxr Axxocur —Adverttrments and ruberiolloros•
for We raper received and feriarded Irmo( expense. from
ode • / Iv.
Orricc Prmmenan GASIVrIi t
Itlerch 'N.1851. I
Then , vaa np markrd chellge In the market foteTd.Y.
bwivept wait doing In the Undo st foil
FLOUR—The market continyiv la, atid, but walkout
, n+r further ehatign N Mee, Itivlipb, were light. and
robe (m, the wharf mutlncd hilituttnd Soto nt. Pllll.l mugitut
armniina to hrauff, from VI.IO to $."..18 11 bbl. Salon from
rtnm rem moaned to mall Tote for city 'consumption, at
and for chain. brand* In /1111211 Into. $.1.6.
bbl. Small late. Ityr Ylourat Vi,t2143,15 from (rat hand,
out tk4,154(.25 from rtom.
UR/UN—We notice light rnt , ,dtda. and a
um at old teem, ray. for WIIP1111,11:07U(4711r, rye 1 , 04 x.,
harh.y C 0401.2. tura 10(443. and oat, at =gala FI bu,
the wharf and from ratan.
( 111.04:F.It113—Wr aolica a fair avneral IluAloca4 at full
Pr/coa 8a1 ,4 . !V 0 fugar fo lola of 6 .10 blab at 11,;(4621;
entree let tunahial at 1261)114,41i m for Lair Rh,. 51olarvaes
ix %frailly, allh forth. eallai at .3.10,3.5 c. In rypresuand oak
Pacl‘aurs. last toast" rauarA from SS to 10c. Illre la fold
at .1 ice Si 0, ih nualLlots. . •
- . .
I . lloll9lONR— t li notion a georralfirrOUlTA 10 the amo
k/4M fall prices. `JAI. 14 hhd. boron lu has at ho hams.
at,'„ shoulders Geg3N, and skles4l 7UR 0. liales of sugar
cur,' hams it toe. tool deed 6,4 at suC46fic P ft , ,,
Lard Is stonily at In 11111 n and tom.
TALLOW—Farther salon at 70 14 lb.
YEATIIERS—LtaIes Ina regalnr war at .T 260.110
DRIED FRUIT—We note further Palm Rom stern, al
1 1 .40(411,40 fur poarh.. and txr fur apples.
NEEDS--Plover Is usually odd from Rod 03.0. at V 66
and foam 4,0 at MR/ bl bu. Mouthy sad 11. n se,sl
tr., Waal, ... with on sal. of anowstoonew to rrrorlr
OILS-I , mM' sales at Dik for Llusood. 94 , 01 for Castor,
sersardlnic to quality., and 600 fur No 1 Lard.
MONEY MATTERS, TRADE, ETC.
iltw Yo., 311.1....1 . 2.
The titorl tnarkrt Imo heavy to dei, exkl huldrne or the
law, tlemeriptinvo were fr. nellers. Foreign Exebringe. Irm.
In; at. Ilu turl HU., f... 1,,,,r,a 0 .; ..”.t 5,07,v,5,041. nu
Mow, wag la p.. I demeaul.bot nn alteration In tale. rao
By the arrival or th.•
po....prqou Is.rutun paper.. b. tho ht.h. Bud Yuri. of
1 / 1 8 February. Ile Isnalou nub. nrr:
Mk...Kum fnuu thy [lank lbaslantl for tbn .reek end
ing tbe 1.l liar- One. lb.. p,lieu Inv rraulta Irbrn romp.,
n 1 *MI We previous wrek.
Publle deporit, l',7lbatt fa I urrraw,..
Othrrdribabita, Inerra:e. I . l.loltit
Merl e - aabo.paba; mr,us.s.
tn lb. other wltle of the aornunt—
Cana. eff.eutitlf, name its before.
tither 13.17.1,tirt: Increnflo, 1,1[19.•=1..
Notre oomph., rd. \s , fff. , iffsl4 :42:11111 ,
The amount of notra In cirrnbtflon lo Inn,
an form., nf and lila stnek of bull. In Iva, .li-
Parfmentf. it 14,4-1 , 1,421 L.; phoning nut ortennft of 1,4,64 t.
when ..,unterfri with pre.. dine trturn.
The mark. hot Ametiran tufa tomftgatm.l Y. 1,101
taut during the fara, and priers ara without much
chamfe. Prrfent quutationn nm as (Aloft,
F 9 ;l tz ..•' . .T.,' - ''''. Izti .1 - . .z 1 July 1V2..4 9: imt
U s 6 yr mot.
U S n ..il. Cent on,Q. 1014 al., 10, 5u0, , ..
1441—fd do 100., 10..
134 . .4e 0:11,p, et bond,. 1 1 41-6). Apr R Oct V.IN, 0.3..,
lata.:p Wl' et 51. toad, 'OO9 Aped and Ott 106 , , 10,
MI. :. err el bomb.. Jan mud July' 0,
Ceamla owr tent bra:ed.! 11:0 Feb and Ana 102 10:
THE PORE TRADE
The IVehteen Int.n ere arelllor with eturb rem - teethe,
thrdrfeerne, .4 the pork emit. It le ITII
fl e an, I tn.,
Important Items rf theatertie RIO .1,41.1
of the relete,.•ll.l do-helent, hem elm,. Ishii
I.errtru•ll fell in - the IVe-stereSlat, e Islet ,rer
1.1.1 i In the lb.—tern
11l rut I linia
Th. a.loz,unt thir ,rar,p,t publi.l,ed In Ciur.nl.l
11,c1...iv.. or l'iminuatt..
ClnelunAti .. . . .
$. - ar 3M;a11), UNA, 210.00,-1%
Mits.-ors stud 1,5., cut tact sI str
Fn uns thy- ,
twes ts• hat , . sutsrtnellno tat trlnch re/Intuts it,,, Is
s-Iscnl, that uut, Suds nail Is, eta 001 gar Its•ss.s , s ,
tlstrls—lni.7l7 Sultl thi• 1 : 1, -sss ,
c ttt_s het, t .4.4 t, a 1 1,..1'2t11,ge ut t 0..., .)
dittercucc su rt-ststst. Let us cot Me defunct, to
st 1143.... ..... ........
Ihrremnre . _ . _
vturh ',alt.-, LI W I ithrk. lurrrt.
h". h ith-m 111. I Lo.g. than L. 1.4 e.ar —I
t.tilttti: ouy hattorttrw. to Doti , to
dot, totn.qtt tt,ratte rot• rot-1 motuethintt tttatt
no t.vvt-t-not• utAtllrtotot•
~ i r.t1,,0. nt.h,.l 61t P.. 1 of Late., itttof toltich
to Olt ttatet,r, othl ISo tree thite n to Philo.
4.lphim. Pitero roocod fruut Lttat
...putt 1.40`1... twit, at trot:slur ILL: , grout.
lloul-1%. quota. at Stt.t.totr,T.t —tAtu",.
.1 , IcKe, 11.uarkk...4m.
J. 1,54, !Juni.
Ilichigan. Colo, !Ram,
Dear, Gunton. Itmr,T
TR. ,hrtr.r. We. , l Ncloru.n.
Lc.l.ou, Woodward. linnon.sille
J.,. NeL...n. Arhoulin
, Vellwiln. Young. Drith...pnet. '
jug.o. !in 2. C.a., .Suulih.
N..cth Derlancy, Nen OTieflU
nrallant. I inv.. Cincinnati.
Att. term., Kum.. New tßlcan
WATS LIiAVING TIIIS DAV.
NASIIVILLE—A:rrwv. 10 •. m.
N 7 ,1 ATI-4110Ter No. t: 10 A. Y.
gunner Wright gru aghl Ihr othr, a./ 1 "
I.r b9.on, grlch graa rerlalnly chrekp rnougb.
The Amax.. h. Ir.n br.rrart out by our friend NV
Mrelinbr4, who tri now :gain own, of that nue glum 1.10
girth-He ronllnuer In congramtbl.
IMPORTS BY RIVER.
bAls flour. Au .1.,
7 AA , drird ATP,. 1.14.11 A 14,G.A; 1,Nr1..1.1,4 flour. Clark
Tisav, Aubs,o, I do Ctc '2l Arad nltrep
CINCINNATI—Prat lures No 2-14 1.11.T00100.0.,
11;rmr..4 14,411114.4,:21.44 11.0 i 14 1,1. rolton,
fin. a 111411.1.02.1.1. Kivu ren....14 1,474/,`; , .. ,
' 1111,4V4 i 4 ' 411 . ,!1!, h 474. 4t/4 ' s '' ' ' &;h
A 1 1 .1 ,- 1.. , 1 14‘ hl. I.llp, 11,4111144Juni 2 1'4,1 tn.
1,11.1 A tome.., 41,1. Ilen,p, 31. Map, 41e nets 44-4.,, 1,0,4
'fart .4 Tim, • 1,, Argo.] ~trll,. 11.44:a1el 14 V, 3
p 4.4. hay. Ir Nam, 41 , 1./.... . 404.4 .' d ”.
1,14 1t0...N.1. 11 Dai/01l a Co, .1 Dbl. c 4,44. Wirt. Mc.
ZANBOVILI:1:-4 . 40 JEVIT 1400-2 LAP I.ho, Brown.
rillr Wharf lwat, A I. furr. 10 rolls leellwr. IA r4lO.
II Grafi A Cw.:i 111141. 101:www. 14rwks h 4.w W Bingham
A Or (0.1, tor:neer B A Fahrwot4wk A Co: 21,01,
,0444. 4 , 11r0..r. 2 40,J Black: 21 oks 410.1 lo w^ 1 . 04 • I,o b .
or4wo 1141.,4•10; Ball 2 lu: 00:Anw. ;All Johnston: ILO bur,
11 Downing:lo bl:In wk., owner ohno
(Ito, No 11101,104400. I Lb'. 12 pk 4
Ttlw.o Brolk 14 OM, loh. A (N 4 2.10. Clark A
haw: 10 rkr was apphwd 4wartwr. 2 lib& NJ, Lime A
Ilondololg o , lg. 11 1,-40 an A
coo LLB. 414041.1• W
W Own: lUI rks WilPlll. WiltnArth A Noble.
IVIIF:F.LIMI—PLA timAnx-1/1.1.1m (ohm., 1 1.1
klgo, I) 1.,-LA lweklaC., I I/x In,. linker A Forxyllt: 1 VkA
k 111 Lld. uour . Thal A lAggrll, .In
' 1.11. lextleor, ...V.1.. A Uvula: rak,
innnl, I(4r A J.xlex, 14 1,1/1. xxX. J F I.orr).
Citizen's Insurance Company of Pittsburg
Ncoli HAG E HOME
A OM, No. II Water ' , Erect. In the aranihottao of C. 11.
C. Piveltlent A. W. Nlaata, Seer.
Connauty id now pm - anti to lowan all torrelinrallae
Inam/ in tranritu i vriwele, de.
sibiraol for the ability and Intogrity of the
In.llttitlon. In afforded In the ehararter of the Ilinwhiniy
who aro all citizen% of /Ittaburgh. well snit favorably
known la the coratnuillty for their Mame.. Intalitenoei
(..3,4114—C. O. Ilvaray, Wm. Ikaml.y, Wm. Larimar,
Jr. Walter Bryant, Hugh Ik King. Edward Ilealellon,
Jr•lln 111.1aortb. N. Ilartarmh. H. M. Kier. an:AU
Foreign and American Hardware.
LOGAN, WILSON & CO.,
No. 129 Wood Street,
HAVE NOW IN STOOK
tlaltaldn for the spring trod, nral whlrb. the are praparrd
to offe to u hrr-ow. at mom that will .nnare
fa r vora p bly with of jlic emit era rittenot.
LOOK H1.R13 MY . 1 7 21)01/ !
1 RE YOU A FATIIEIt, laboring for the
,0.,9.0ft of n fatally, and toff ering fmtn general de
-131113 e el low m Mat Ilfe.r.lamat arrow a burden,
one Dr. e. D. ii, :We Shoher liana patilla
An. you a Mother. eallering fn diaman to which Yo
It all: notooeL, nee Dr. S. D. Howe . % Shaker
pmaphlot. onelo, o ' llere ion ail! Cm:that illn !Mater Par
P. Ilune, Ina teen the
m e amma to.nonneully emir,' mom diem:, Cu which tho
huoaan fa ll are matioaually natant. than any other
pn.paration Sarnaparilla ever )1.1 brouda heale the
Tbio nnlinne Inv eonbillhed Ito high reputatlon by Ito
It is pu m t top In quart NM., nod lo the only Ponafmrilla
thot art,: nn the Lover. lillowy noo Dina at the.matne
th r o e , whlelo reae It altogether r,
ton. talrtloolarled tr, o
Iw ante ettal :Main for Dr. It. D. IIOW.IIII
PA ItSA YAM LLA, soal take no other
Prim Si per bottle-4 bottle for 11:.
For rale by
Da. S. D. 11:0W'6 a CO., Proprietor.,
eollexo Ilell,Lincenuath Ohio.
To wham all ant., may le. aMinarel.
• A 1144 far ear by J. A. Jon, J. 14 1tonumaker Co. IV.
Mara, D. W. Illema. J.lO. Town:am:l, J. fltohler, W. .I.aok
eon, Iltlaborgla A. Elloll„ Allegheny city: W. IL 31,
lavd Ilnuelae4llr 11.1:meter. Ilromeenville; Jan. Paull
a Co., ifleellnog J. 11. Patter:sou. and 2. ti. Morgan. et.
Glanville: Watt: a Knox. Quito. nel:totinT
)7111,, BANKERS', amd
Alm--.AII unt•K Alorellanue
Al agsainee, Cr o March. Alm --.A new and cheap
on of Condo, by Goy Hand: Cro oar at 110L51/.., Lite
norY DePt, at, eppeoi. the Pcp.t attire.
BREED 11EACIIES-118 eke, sale by
er , fr , Froodonoe of the Daily Pit4.bun:ll Go.utto
ilmmisuuttrm, March 24, 1651
Cul. Itoberteen pre4ented n remonstrance
against the repeal of the net of 1819, in relation
to the Youghiogheny Navigation Cdmpany.; For
an amendment of the charter of the Coal Hill and
Upper SL Clair turnpike and plank road com
pany ; Four for a steam or horse boat ferry over
the Monongahela river 'between East and West
Elizabeth, Allegheny county: For the reuoval of
the Court House of Lawrence county to New Can
tle; For the re-enactment positively of the lan
relating to granting tavern licenses in Allegheny
county; For the establishment of a Free Bank
ing system, and the issue of small notes by
Mr. McCluskey, Dom citizens of Allegheny
county, for a law authorizing the erection of a
poor house in said county ; A remonstrance of
citizens of Mid county on the same subjeet.
Mr. Walker, three remonstrances from citizens
of Allegheny, against the erection of a poor
house in said county; Three petitions from citi
zens of Philadelphia city and county, in favor of
immediate consolidation ;- A petition from citi
zens of Allegheny county, for. prohibitory law
against tire' sale of intoxicating drinks:
orial from the officers of the Pennsylvania insti
tution for the Instruction of the Blind.
tot Robertson read in lib - place a bill for the
better regulation of the collietion of water rents,
taxes on rents, and other taxes on real estate in
the city of Allegheny.
idr. Brower,Telative to the Butler and Mercer
turnpike mid company. .
Mr. Linton, relative 'to the Ligonier, Somer
set, and Conemaugh turnpike road company.
Mr. Van ne, to incorporate the rilinge
of Spring, Crawford county, into a borough.
Mr. -Reid, to incorporate the city of Eric:
The supplement to the act to geminate lands
'on which purchase money is due the Common
wealth, passed the Souse [ilia morning.
The hill to tax the York and Cumberland rail
road passed the Senate this morning. I t imposes
a tax of three Mills per ton per mile on tonnage.
and ten cents per passenger. A very warm con
flict took place, and several motions were lost by
tie vote. The friends of the hill achieved a
victory. Legislation for the benefit of Baltimore
city, instead of the benefit of the State. appears
to be the order of the day.
A bill to require the oath of the female, M
cases of fornication and bastardy, to he corrolm
ratvsl, as in cases of seduction, by other testi
mony. positive or eircumstantisl, was lost in the
Home. by a heavy vote. A very humorous and
good-natured debate occurred on this bill, and
mare real good feeling existed than at any other
time Boring the session. Col. Robertson told
one of his, hest anecdotes, which amused the
Muse beyond measure. die voted tai the able
of the "weaker vessel, - as his gallantry sug
The Select Committee on the Public Printing
reported, this morning. The investigation eel
suited in the overthrinv of the charges against
those officers. Vile partisan prejuiliceanil hitter
vintlictivimeris have urged this cruswle, and have
persons in and out of tire Legis-
Latisre to evlisiist their ingenuity in endeavoring
to cripple the incritorions firm, now performing
the Statek. A larger amount of work has
been done by them than rit any former session.
during the same time, and although thus pressed,
some nre los•aui, a !till is not print
and 1111 file within twoilay, after it is rem - mien.
Those who look for such dispatch are either en
tieely ignorant of practical printing wanting
in muumuu honesty.
FROM YEW YORE
I e.rrs ,, ,ritl..nr. th•• I.llt,l•trOt , Ltr, 11.. I
Qur "city fathers. - 3:11 independent body of
“sage, grave Rim hate held WI I,trtt Fe-q . lOll
.luring the post week.lnt a charge to;he title
Tnomiry Vo m tbe lot•ioe,
tight have loen .fittootd of re in one nigh:.
and no ham have bein .1011, to any body, but
then then ntbers woill.l not hove thole so well
dirmselym ie and thureby hangs
Yesterday at 9 Welock,:the I,u darns woo hnh-hed,
and they went 04 a fiNatlar frolic in company
with the niember4of the State latiti-dature, who
orrived here on n sDit, in the morning. In'the
evening they partook of a :onoptorao , feast, pre
pared by Meeura. Coleman and Stet,on, of the
Amor Donee, in tho evening they visited the va
rious Theatre, and tomorrow they will retinal to
The 1 . S. District f.'ourt has been ocetyied.
during the week, with tryint! Su , brig Susan. ct.
wl NI by the ri o vemmoo and eaptured •the
coax, of Brasll. tinder idn tied she
chattered to gd fro, It,, to the cos,•di A Ink
bring bark cargo of negrirs
question was owned in thi• city I.v a highly re,„
peciable house, and was sent to ilk in Psto.—
Freight being very low, she her captain and crew
were idle for many weeks, when some merchants
in Rio ninth , the captain and' crew an oiler to char
ter her for the coast of Africa, to carry a gener
al cargo and passenp.p. The consigi;ee of the
owners having declined, fora long period, to have
anything to do with chartering vessels for the
African Trade, the captain made hi, own bargain
laid net nail. In the meantime the Ams Scan
Consul had notified the commander of the dater
icon Squadron nt the sailing of the Susan, and.
as soon ns she PM out of the jurisdiction of Bra
sil, sha - was raptured and sent lit this port.
Some of oar citizens, beaded by the eminent
Bankers, Messrs. Brown, Brothers and Co. who
have not yet got viseil to licilktaxet Itad:a meet
ing yeYtenlay in the Merehonts Exchange to
protest against the "tax bill" before the Legisla
ture. The meeting was rather slimly attended
and the whole thing was a failure.
During the week five men and women have
been convicted& the U. S. District Court, or
coining quarter 'dollar, purporting to be 'atrial
money of the United States, and adjudged to va
rious terms of imprisonment.; in proportion to
their guilt. They occupied, with several cotters,'
a den on the Five Points, when-two of the gang
made the coin of n night. and then the others
were sent forth to markets and small stores, nt
dirk or early dawn, to pass the quarters for
noon putrlmaes. They were adjudged to vari
ous terms of imprisonment nx follows:—James
Smith, Francis Kelly, convicted of making the
coin, to be imprisimed, in the State Prison for
four years. James Lawson, convicted of pas
sing counterfeit chin, wits sentenced to two, years
in the State Prisifit. Elizabeth Lnwsdn for the
same offence, to One year at hard labor in the
Penitentiary, Cittrino ilobbS, for the same of
fence, but recom led to the mercy alb., .Ivry.
was tent up for six mouths. Several boys and
girls, but against 'whom there was no evidence of
participation, in the offence, were turned over to
the Police as vagrants.
The dispute between Mr. Willis tile editor of
the “IlonzeJourtnil," and Mr. Edwin Fill-rest, the
tragedian, seems likely to lie brought to the ar
bitration of n Judge and Jury, tomorrow in the
Supreme Court, before Chief Justice (Wily.—
The proceeding is on the part of Mr. Willis, to
recoverdamages for theammult made by Mr. For
rest on him, in W:1,11410.1 Spin,.
Tom Dyer the noted Prize fighter, having pub
lished a rl,ll in the -Spirit of the totes" a fen
days since, challenging any man in the world,
for a purse of $lO4OOO a side, is, it is said, likely
toile nceepted by Some one of the British “Drize
Ring" so that the country will in all probability
he again disgraced by one or d., brutal exhibi
tions which transpired not long since on the
shores of Virginia between the above personage
and one equally notorious for his many relic°,
tees of that description, known as Yankee Sul
THE AMBER WMji
1:111TEII lIV W. 11EINI101.0.
DOCTon. THEOLOrn, AND 1 0 .T011„ I'.Tf
MuWaled fn. (krrn:”,
II LA DIV DUFF GUItU 0
Ilnw our 11,441 nauwl son, nod t-nrcr. l"n. I t.!.t
tlw with 11.00liltT nal , 111”.
Uatutw this lautight US... ow
Nett tiny, when I lied buried the poor emir.
es amid the lamentatfons of the whole village
(by the same token that they were all buried
under where the lime tree o.erliangs the wall , ' ),
I brutal with many sighs that neither the cee
nor the :keliterwater would yield anything. It
was now ten days since the poor people hod
caught to single fish. I therefore went out into the
field, musing how the wrath of the just tied
might ho turned from us, seeing that the cruel
w i n ter was now at hand, and [wither corn.
ples, fish nor flesh to he found in the village,
nor even throughout all the parish. There wee
indeed plenty of game in the forests of eon
row and tlekeritze; but the old forest ranger,
Zabel Nettling, had died last year of the plague
and there was no new one in his place. Nor
was there a musket nor it grain of powder to he
found in all the parish: the enemy had roldiml
and broken everything: we were therefore forced
day after day, to see how the stags nod We roes,
the hares and the wild boars, el ea., ran pact us.
when we would NO gladly hare had them in our
bellies, but had no means of getting at thew
for they were toe cunning to let themselves be
1 caught in pitfalls. Nevertheless; Clans Peer
I fIICCCOIO.I in trapping a roe, and gave me ri
piece of it, for may God reward him.—
Rein, of domestic cattle there was not a heal
left; 'neither was there a dog nor a cat, which
the people had not either eaten in their extreme
I hunger, or knocked on the head, or drowned
long since. Albeit old farmer Parma still owned
two cows; item, no old manila Uekcritze Irino
gala to have one little pip—this was all. Thus,
then, nearly all the people lived on blackberries
and other wildfruits; the which also soon grew M
seam, as may, easily he guessed. Besides all
ttds, a boy of fourteen was missing (old Labahn
Isis son) and was never more bean! off, uo that I
shrewdly think that the wolves, devoured him.
And now let any Christian judge by his own
heart in what sorrow and heaviness I took my
stair in my hand, seeing that my child fell away
like a shadow from pinching hunger; although .I
"threlf being old, did not, by the ,help of God's
mercy, find any great failing in my strength.
While .1 thus went continually weeping before
the Lord, on the way to Irekeritre, I fell in with
an old beggar with his wallet, sitting on a stone,
and eating a piece of God's rare gift, to Wit, a
bit of bread. Then truly - did mj , poormonth so
till with water, that I was forced to bow my head
and let it run upon the earth before I could ask,
`Who art thou I and whence comest thou ? see
ing that thou hasti bread." Whereupon he an
swered that be was a poor man of Bennemin,
from whom the enemy hail taken all; and as he,
had heard tlust the Lieper Whakeli- had long been
in peace, he had travelled thither to beg. I
straightway answered him, Oh, poor beggar
man spare to me, a sorrowful , servant of Christ,
who is poorer even than thyself, one little slice
of bread for his wretched child; for thou must
know that I am the pastor of this village, and
that my daughter is dying of hunger. I be
seech thee by she living God not to let me de
part without taking pity on me, as pity also
bath been shown to thou ! But the' beggarman
would give me none, saying that lie himself had
a wife and four. children, who were likewise
staggering towards death's door under the bib
ter pangs of hunger; that the famine was sorer
far in Bennemin than here where - we still hail
berries; whether I had not heard that but a few
days ams a woman the told me her name. but
horror mode me forget it) bad there killed her
own child and devoured it from hunger?.l' That
he could not therefore help me, and I might go
to the Lieper Winkel myself.
I was horror stricken at his tale, as is easy to
guess, for we in our own trouble had not yet
heart of it, there being little or no traffic be
tween one village nod another; and thinking on
deresalmn,;l and sheer despairing because the
Loud had visited us, as of old that ungodly city,
although we had not betrayed or crucified him,
almost forgot tilk my necessities, and tooenty
statrin my hood to depart. Brit I had not gone
more than a few yorils when the beggar called
me to stop. and when I turned myse lf he
came towards me with a good hunch of bread
which he had taken out of his wallet, and said,
-There! but pray fur me also, so that I may
reach my home; for if on the road they smell
that I Isaac bread, my own brother would strike
me dead. I believe." This I promised with joy:
anti instantly turned hack to thke to my child the
gift hidden in my pocket. And behold, when I
earns to the road which leads tn!Lodflin, I could
scono. trust toy eves therm* I had overlooked it
in mr distress) when I saw my glebe,
conhi produce seven bushels, ploughed, sown,
and in stalk; the blessed crop of rye bad already
shot lustily out of the earth a finger's length in
height. I could not choose but think that the
Evil Onr hail deceived me with a false showy et
however Iti,l I robbed my eyes, rye it was, and
rye it remained. And seeing that old Partsch
his piece of land which joined mine was intike
manner sown, and that the blades bad shot up
to the same height I soon guessed o:gibe - prod
fellow hail done this deed, seeing that all the
other land lay waste. Wherefore, I readily for.
gave him for not knowing the maiming prayer:
Ind thanking the Lord for so notch love for my
flock, and earnestly Ise'mcchino ' him to grant me
strength and fai th to bearmith them stimilfimtlya nil
patiently all the troubles and adversities which it
might please hint henceforward to lay upon
cord: th his divine pleastwe, I rim rather than
walked back into the village to old l'ansch his
farm, where I foundbini just about to kill his
cow, which lie was slaughtering from grim !Mu
g,. -God bless thee. worthy friend," I said,
-for 'owing my field, heft shall I reward thee"
Rut the old man answered, "Let that be, and.
do you pray for Ito: " said when I gladly promis
ed this, and asked him how he had kept Ida corn
safe from the :savage enemy, he told me that he ,
had bidden it secretly in the caves of Streckel
berg, but that now all his store was used up.'
Meanwhile he cut a fine large piece of meat front
the top of the loin, and said, "There is some
this •g for yes, tmJ when that is gone you can
come again for mere. - A. I was then about to
go with many thanks, his little Mary, a child
years old the same who had said
the t;sot ot t n the Streckellterg. seized me ',J
ilts. bond, and wanted to go to school to uty
daughter. for since my Owns, as above tarns.
timed. departed this life in the plague, she had
to teach the few little ones there in the village;
this. however. hail longbeen abandoned. I
coubl no:: therefore, deny her. although I feared
that my child wind' share her breath wills her,
seeing that she deeply hired the little maid, who
was her god child and NO indeed it happened:
for when the Child tart me take out the bread
she shrieked for joy, -and began to scramble up
On the bench. Thus she also got a piece of the
slice, our maid got another, and my child put the
third piece into her own mouth. as I wished fur
none, bat said that I felt no signs of hunger and
would wait until the meat was boiled, the which
I now threw upon the bench. It wee a goodly
sight to see the joy which my poor child felt,
when I they also told her aheurTlie rye. She
fell upon my neck, wept, sobbed, then took the
little nue up in her arms, danced about the room
with her, and recited, as she was wont., all man
ner of Latin errerg, which she knew- by heart.
Then she would prepare a right good supper,for
us, as a little salt was still left in the bottom:of
a barrel of meat, which the Impetialists
hen rip. I let her take her own way, and...lar
ing serape.' some soot front thg chimney .111
mixed it with water, I tore a blank leaf out of
"lirgiiittx, - and wrote to the Peeler Lirprnsie,
his reverence Abraham liberties, praying that
for God Isis sake he would take our necessities to
heart h ;', and would exhort his parishioners tit save
us from dying of grits hunger, and charitably to
spare to us some meat and drink, according nal
the all merciful God had still left some to them.
seeing that a beggar bad told me that they had '
long been in peace from the terrible enemy. I
knots not, however, wherewithal to seal the let
ter,•until I found iu the chdreh a little was still
sicking to a - wooden altar candlestick, which the
;(ifekrialists had not theuglit it worth their while
(picot. for they had only taken the brass ones.
rpeist three fellows in a boat with Ilinrich Se- I
44 ; the church ironies, with this letter to 1
T.:riii4t,linwever, I naked my old Ilse, who was
toe l'lu Liepr, whether she would not rather
reuir4orne, seeing how matters stood, and that
I, fi. 4 ' - the present at least, could not give her a
sticiee r tif her wages (mark that she had already
trCe.rlip a small sum, seeingthst she had lived
in tut:kin-ice above twenty years, but the eel
dieeithq.l taken it all), Howbeit I could nowise
persitWde her to this, but the wept bitterly,. and
hesjili r ilit me only to let her stay with the 'good
1 1 ,11t1,1 whom she bad rocked in her cradle. She
would cheerinlly hunger with no if it needs must
Ire, so tharshe were not turned away. Where
liroll. Siebied to her, and the others scent
Meanwhile tho 'troth was ready, but scarce
hail n said the Groh,.., and were about to begin
o eal - , - when all the children of the village, se
a in number, came to the door; -*-and wanted
I reel, nn they hat meant we had some from my
daughter her little godchild. Iler heart again
meliml, and notwithstanding I besought her to
harden lier,elf against them, she comforted me
with the message to Litpe, and poured out for
cock Chad a portion of broth nn n w4mtlen platter
(for these also had been despie.Cd by theenerny),
and put into their little hands a bit of meat, so
dud all our -tore was eaten tip at once. We
were, therefore, left fasting next morning, till
wards midday. when the whole villa.° gather
ed together in a meadow on the Molts of the
river to see the moat return. But, God be mer
ciful to us, we had eherisked vain hopes! six.
loaves and in sheep, item, 11 quarter of apples,
was all they had brought flis reverence Altral
ham Tibortins wrote to me that after the cry of
their wealth had spread through the no
many beggars hail flocked thither that it woo
impossible to he just to all, seeing that they
^themselves did not know how it might fare with.
them in these heavy troublous times. Meanwhile
he would see whether he could raise any won'.
I therefore with many sighs hall the small pit
tance carried to the manse, and though two loa
re+ were as Pastor Lnyratil said in his letter, for
rue alone, I gave them up to he shored among I
all alike, whereat all were content !save Feder
his squint-eyed wife, who would hare had some
what earn on the score alter Itushamrsion7 e .
whirl. however, a+ may he racily
gyres e, dint ant get; when•foec she again muttered cer
tain wanly hetwrvn her trrt+enteo,l. w Tmy the
wan wr ill woman. omi t not to hr moral 6y the
word of ti.L
.thy on , m y judge for himself that such e.
iene a n
rev f It ao anima longing d all p rb i i omathr sp iri tua l
,Lno Al. inn Mg bnible n
event In 11l hi*
tog r ' 6 =tt.t " ' to Amato, the Noe thin OCCah
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aral as I and the charchrrarilms eouktohly get
together about sixteen farthings in the whole
parish, which was not enough to buy bread and
wine, the thought struck me once more to in
form my lord the Sheriff of our need. frith
how heavy a heart I did this may be easily gues
sed, but necessity knows no law. I therefore
tore the last blank leaf out of l'ireViar" and
begged that, for the rake of the Iloly Trinity,
his lordship would menifully.consider mine own
distress and that of the whole parish, L and bes
tow alittic money. to enable me to administer
the holy sacrament for the :comfort of afhicted
souls: odor', if possible, to buy. p cap, were it
only of tin, since the enemy had plundered us of
ours, and I should otherwise be forced to come
arida the sacred elements in an earthen vessel.
firm, I besought him to have pity on our bodily -
wants and at last to' scud me the fast-friiitn
which hid stood over for so many years. net
I dill not want it for myself: alone, but would
willingly share it with my parishioners, until
such time as God in his mercy . . should give us
Here a hitge blot fell upon my paper; for the
windows being boarded up, the room Was dark,
and but little light come `through two
panes of glass, which I had broken ont,of the
church, and stuck in between the hoards; this;
-perhaps, was the reason why I did not see
better. HoweTer, as I could not:,anywhere
get another piece of paper, I let it pass, and or
dered the timid, whom I sent with the letter to
Pudgla„ to excuse the tame to his lordship the
Sheriff, the which she. promieed to do; seeing
that I could not mid a word more on the paper,
as it was written all over. I then sealed it as I
had done before.
But the poor creature came back trembling
for fear, and bitterly weeping, and said that his
lordship had kicked !her out of the castle-gate,
and had threatened to net her in the stocks if •
she ever came before him again. "Did theparson .
think that he was as free with his money as I .
seemed to be with my ink? I surely -had water
enough to celebrate the Lord's Supper where
withal. For if the the Son of God had once
changed the water into wine, he could surely do
the like again. If I had no cup, I might water
my Hoek out of a bucket as he did -himself;'
with many more blasphmics, such as he after
wards wretd to me, and by which,as may easily
be guessed, I was filled wlth horror. Touching .
the first-fruits; as she told me, be said nothing
at all. In such great spiritual and bodily need- , --
1 the blessed Sunday come round, when nearly all
the congregation would have come to the Lord's
table, but could not. I therefore spoke. on the
words of St. Augustine, coeds et nuafticasti, and
represented that the blame Was not mine, and
truly told what had happened to my poor maid
at Pugla, passing over much in silence, and only •
praying to God to awaken the hearts of magis- j
trates for our good. Peradventure I may have
spoked, more harshly. than I meant. 4 1know not; •
only that I spoke that which was in my heart.—
At the end I Wiade all the congregation stay on
their knees for nearly an hour, and call upon the
Lord for his holy sacrament; fires , for the re
lief of their bodily wants, as had been — done
every Sundly, and at all the daily prayers I had
been used 4 o read ever since the heavy time of
the plague. ast:of all, I led the glorious hymn
"When in grim est need we be;" which was no
sooner finished than my new churchearden, Claus
Bulk of Gel-Mime, who had formerly Ixen- a
greom with his lordship, and whom he - had now
pat into a farm, ran off to Pudgini and told him
all that had taken place in the chereh. 'Whereat
his lordship was greatly angered; insomuch that
he summoned the whole parish, which sitlltum-
bered about 150 souls, withoutcounting the chit-
dren,. and dictated ad prolotoUgin whatsoever
they could remember of the sermon, seeing that
he meant to inform his Princely Grace the Duke 1
of Pomerania, of the blaspheme. lias -which I
bad vomited ar,uitist:liiia, Mal ivhieh tonat sorely ;
offend every Illiristilin heart, Bent, wbat an !
avarinoos wretch I must be to be . alwaysvranting
smoothing of him, and to be daily, so to say, •
pestering him in these hard times with my filthy
letteni, Idleu he had not enough to cat himself i
This he said should break the parsons hi , neck, :
since fits princely grace did all that he soked of
him; and that no one in the parish need give me
anything more, lid only let me go my ways.—
Ile would soon take care that they. should
have quite different sort of a parson from what
(Now I would like to see the tali who 'could
make up his mind to came into the midst of such
wretchedness at all).
This news'was brought to me In the self sine • !
night, and gave me it }meat fright., ha 1 nOwoos.
tisat I should not have a -0.1Ci0119 master in Lis '
lordship, but should all the time of my inisern-
ble life even if I could anyhow eupport it, find
in him an ungracious lord. But I soon felt some
comfort, when (Mho Kruger from lekeritre,
who brought me the news, took a little bit of his
sucking-pig out of his pocket and gave it to um.;
Meanwhile old PdaSCh 1,111111(` in and said the
some, and likewise brought rue a piece of his old
cow; Bea, my other warden, Ilinrieh Staten,
with a slice of bread, and a fish which he had'
taken in his net: all saying they 'wished for nog
better priest dim! me, and that Was only to
pray to the merciful Lord to bestow more upon
them, wereupon I should want for nothing.—•
Meanwhile.! must be quiet and not betray them.
All this I promised; mil toy daughter Mary took
the blessed gifts of God oil the table and carried
them into the inner chamber. But alas! next,
morning, when she would! have put the meat
into the caldron, it was all gone. 1 know-nor ,
who prepared this new sorrow for me, but much
believe is was Hit:trick Seden his wicked• wife,
sec' can never hold his tongue and most
likely told her everything. Moreover, Paasch
his little daughter saw that she bad meat in her
pot next day; its's, that she had quarrelled with
her husband, and had dung the leih-boaril at
him, whereupon some fresh fish-scales were stick
ing; she had, however, presently' recollected
hertelf when3she saw the child. (Shame on
thee, thou •el witch, it is true enough, I dare
say!) Hereupon naught was left us but to feed
our poor souls with the word of God. But even
our souls were so cast down that they could re
ceive naught, any more than one bellies; my
poor child, especially, from day to day grew
paler, -grayer, and yellower, and niways threw
tip all her food, seeing she- ate it without ealt or
bread. had long wondered that the bread
from Leipe was not yet done, but that every day
at dinner I still had a morsel. I had often ask.-.
ed, "whence comes all this blessed bread! I
believe, tiller all, you save the whole for me, and
take none for yourself or the maid." But they
both then lifted to their mouths apiece of fir-tree
bark, which they turd cut to look like bread, and
laid by their plates; and as the room IMO dark,
I didnot filet out their deceit, but thought that
they too were eating bread. But at last' the
maid told me of it, so that I should allow it m •
longer as my daughter would not listen to her.
It is not hard to guess how my heart was wrung
when I say my poor child lying on herbed of
moss struggling with grim hunger.
But things were to go .yet harder with me, for
the Lord in his anger would break me in pieces
like a potter's vesseL For behold, on the even
ing of the Same day, old Paasch came running to
me, complaining that all his and, my corn in the •
lieldliad been. pulled up and miserably destroy
tsl, and that it must have been done by Satan
himself, as-there was not a trace either of oxen
or horses. At these words my poor child scream
ed aloud and fainted. I would have run to help
her, bat could not reach her bed, and fell on the
ground myself for bitter grief. The loud cries
of the =bland old Paasch soon brought us both .
to our senses But I could not rise (rem the
ground alone, for the Lord had bruised all my
theses. I besought them, therefore, when they
would have helped me, to leave me where I was;
and when they would not, I 'cried out that I must
I again fall on the ground to pray, and begged
them all save my daughter to depart out of the
room. This they did, but the prayer would not
come I fell into heavy doubting and despair, .
and murmured against! the Lord that he plague.'
'me more sorely than Lazarus or Job. Wretch
that I was, I cried, "Thou didst leave to Lava
rue at least the crumbs and the pitiful dogs, but
to me thou 'mat left nothing, and 1 myself um 'ere
in thy sight even than a dog; and dab than didst
not afflict until thou hadst mercifully taken airay
I his children, but to me thou hest lett my poor
little daughter, that her torments may increase
mine a thousand fold. Behold, then, I can enly
pray that than wilt take her from tlielearth, so
that my gray hem! may gladly follow has to the
grave: Ito is me, ruthless father, what have '1
done? I have eaten bread, and:ell:ferret my child
Lord ..lesu, who bast said,
• t i ' h eha u t n en g ti
mac is isth h ere of-you, whom if his eon ask
b r ,„,,1 will be give, him a stone?' Behold i am
' that m a n—behold lam that ruthless father! I
have eaten bread, and have given wood to my
j child! 'Punish me; I will bear it and lie still.—
, el, righteous dem, I have eaten bread, and have
given Wood to my child!" As I did not speak,
but rather shrieked these words, wringing my
lands the while, my child fell upon mlf . neck,
sobbing, and chid tune for murmuring against the
Lord, seeing that even ale, a weak and frail wo
man, hid never doubted hie mercy; ad that with
theme 'and repentance I presently mime to my
self berth.° the Lord for such heavy sin..
Meanwhile the maid had ran into the village
with loud cries to tee if she could get any thing
for her poor young mistress, but the people had
alreadyeaten their noontide meal, and most. of
thorn were gone to sea to seek their blessed sup
per; thus the could find nothing, seeing thet old
wife Belden, mho alone had any victuals, would
give her none, although falet prayed her by.lesn'S
She was telling us this when we heard a noise .
in the chamber, amtpresently Lisde heir:worthy
old husband, who bbd cot in at the window by -!