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"It will berecollected thatthe appropriation
of Congress for &Custom House In dint city,is made
conditionally on an exeMption from State taxa
tion. This will require a special act of the. Leg
ialature, and we beg leave to,call the.attention
of the'membera of from this county to the suit
jeut, and to urge upon them the importance o
taking early action to secure the needed legisla
tion. Unless this is dune the appropriation will
be of no use to us whatever.
PISITATZ EXAMINATIONS.—We inserted yester
day a number of English Authorities, famished
to us by a legal friend, relative to the right
claimed by Magistrates to eiclude attorneys trout
the preliminary examinations of persons accused
of crime, not because we believed they were by
any means conclusive upon the subject in this
State, bat because it wan bat fair that both sides
should be heard. Since then we have'taken the
trouble to investigate the metier, and have con
sulted some of the most eminent members of the
bar, upon it. That the law in England is 'as
stated in the authorities cited, in "unquestions
ble, but The learned gentleman who wrote the
communication seems to have overlooked the
Ninth Section of the Declaration of Rights, in the
Constitution of Pennsylvania, which declares that
all criminal prosecutions, the accused hath a
right to be Atard by himself and hie awned." •
. This greatpersonal tight is declared in most
if not all the constitutions of thei., states of the
Main, and rights unknown to the English'
law, are given, in the most express terms to the
sunned: We have therefore arrived at the eon
eltision,lhat the lo:w in Pennsylvania, does not
invest magistrates with the privilege of denying
to persons accused of crime, the advantage of
counsel
.learned in the law.
EIMISON'S Lacroix, LAST Evairiso.—Prof.
Emerson lectured last evening before a large au
dience. The Subject was Economy., There was
lees of practical philosophy, and more of abstract
speculation, than in the precious lectures, but
the audience appealed to be deeply interested
from the beginning to the end. The subject of
the next lecture is Poem, and from the peculiar
beat of Mr. Emerson's philosophy, we anticipate
that it tell be more interesting than any yet de
livered.
3gNMY I.lllD.—Doctor Morris has received s
letter from Barnum, in which he states that it is
improbable that Jenny Lind will sing in Pitts
burgh. It shedoesi however, be will send on an
agent one or two weeks in advance other troupe,
in order to make the necessary arrangements.
Woousos THE FOITIVT.—The money for the
purchase of this poor felloW has been deposited
with Gen. Lorimer, end will be paid over to the
agent of Miss Byers, when Woodson arrives at
Beaver.
BODICS lICCOTEIID.—The bodies of Joseph
Maim; firstenginser of the unfortunate steam
er Lowell; and a woman and three small chil
dren, names unknoirn, bare been recovered.—
They were buried on Captina island.
Tat .170178 E or Rai - tee.—We understand that
the Committee appoidted to procure a site for the
locatton of the Rouse of Refuge, have resolved to.
select s . tzact of land, embracing ten acres, be
longing to David Beeler, Else, mod situated on the
Fourth Street road, four miles from Pittsburgh.
The location is a - very bountiful one, and the land '
la admirably adapted to the purpose fok which it
cleeignc+L
"Taos . Brun.-Zibe following is a list of the
trno bills returned yesterday by the Grand
-Jury.
Commonwealth vs, John Thomas—indictment,
Biz Mim
i vs. Lotterrnan Marks—lndict
ment, AminWand Battery.
Commonwealth vs. John Thomas—indicttaimt,
Larceny.
Commonwealth tit Louis Reinhart—indict•
mart, keeping a gambling home.
Coto. vs. Andrea Fontera—indictment, As
sault and . Battery.
Cotn. vs. Jacob Harbert—indictment, keeping
a tippling home.
DISTRICT con'.
Beforo the Honorable Walter H. Lowrie.
In the ease of Wm. Dill, vit Valentine Short,
,tried on - the previous clay, the jury returned a
verdict for plaintiff, with six. bents damages.
J. & B. Floyd, va. Samuel- Rhoads, No. 470
July, '49, List Na. 204. Marshall for Plain ifs,
Beldin of defendants.
Action for assmapsit c —verdict of one hundred
and twenty one dollars for the-plaintiffs..
Wm. Brown, vs. Chas. Stone, Daniel and Ste
phen Stone, owners of steamboat Monongahela
-0.1120, April term 18.10—List No. 207.
Stealer and Patton for plaintiff, Loomis and
Gilmore for defence.
Action to recover damagel, -alleged to have
been sustained by a raft, belonging to plaintiff,
which was broken by the swell caused by the
steamboith
Cane not concluded.
COOK T OF QUARTER. 11138510311.
Thursday, Blaich 27.
. Present, Honorable William B. McClure, and
Samuel Jones and, William Boggs, Associate
Judges. •
The Jury in Cite case of the Commonwealth vs.
Ll'. Elbe) , and James Williams, mentioned in
yesterday's Gazette, returned a verdict of not •
Ellubey was remanded to prison, having before
been convicted on a similar charge. His Honor,
Judge McC:nre, then delivered a lecture to Wil
liams, advising him to reform, and to beware of
again appearing in Court, as he would not prob.
escape so easily next time.
Williams bowed very politely, and after thank
ing the Judges, retired
Commonwealth vs_ Eden Kent and Johnßrown,
indictment—larceny; committed in stealing sev
eral legs of muttoixfrom Mr. A. Bender,a butch
er, in the Diamond market house. The offence
was clearly proved, and the prisoners maintain
ed that they were drunk at the time it was com
mitted.
' The Jury returned a verdict of guilty, and the
defendants were eeotenced to undergo an impri
monment of three months each in the county pri
"
,
' COMthOnWealth is. William Jackson and The
an Bogue—lndictment, larceny; alleged totem
been eommitted in stealing a large quantity of
dq goods and groceries, from a wharf boat at the
Mentingakebt river. '
Jacob Smith, sworn—l hove charge of the
wharf boat at the Monongahela wharf. On the
sixteenth of December last, I received a lot of
Amide, some of which were for a gentleman nam
ed Cole, in • Ohio. On that night the boat was
broken open, and the . goods taken out. I .sup
posed that the goods; ere from Baltimore. After
they were lost, I sent on intelligence to both Bal
timore and Ohio. ,
Nothing of importance was elicited on the cross
extuninstion of this witness.
Moos C. Cole; trwOrn—On the seventh of last
•December,l shipped a lot •of goods to Mr. D.
lama. The goods were packed up in a box, and
aontairmitlpacas, calicoes, silks, and cosaimeres,
amounting in Yoh:Ledo $171,76. The witness
then proceeded to identify a number of the arti
cles which had been found in Jackson and Bogue's
house, as the goods which had been taken from
the wharf boat. The goods identified were of the
value of $304.11, andlwere marked in mho man
ner as - to he easily recogn4able.
Cross examined—l did not pack up the goods,
but saw some of them put into the box. 'Bad
sold goods out of the ;same packages as thoie from
which the goods in question were taken, to vat'
ions merchants at the i west and south. The goods
`web. always marked.
Mr. Smith was - re.imilled, and testified that a
number of bags elm:lee, &c.. were stolen at the
IMMO time. Had semi the prizonera lurking MIT
the wbaii boat.
Hobert Hague was sworn,. and testified that
hi had arrested Jackson and Bogue, and had re
covered from them the goods identified.
The case,lon the part or. the commonwealth,
cloised after the examination of a few more wit.
messes, whose testimony was not of much im
portance. - --
The ease on the part of the defence was open
' ed by Thornton A. Shinn Esq.
A number of witnesses were examined as to
the character of the prisoners,' and testified that
they never had heard anything against It.
A.young girl whose name we did not learn.
was swarm and testified that on the twentieth-of
last January, a man named Johnson brought dry
gerriadntio' Jackson's house, and received a roll
of notes in payment, upon which Johnson said
that they were square.
The Honorable John B. Guthrie testified that
. when Jackson was arrested and brought before
2dm, he said that he had purchased the goods in
question from %person named Johnion, who then
neidded in Manchester, and . that he had re
ceived them on the buret the Alleghenyriver.
The jusfe. ore addressed by F. C. Flannegin
Esq. on behalf of the Commonweath, anditesern
Colton and Shinn for the defendants.
After haling received their charge from his
honor, Judge McClure, the jury retired and
beeughtin a verdict of guilty as to Jaeinson, not
PEN, la to /kV= ' They were remanded to
, .. monwealth re Edward Speer..—indletment
lare , ..y; alledgettin hare Niels committed in M
: a cost from the clothing store of Mr.
M. • .. ... . MI Wafer stn.*.
A ming litd testified that Speer had taken
the .. ton the Bth of lancuil7, and his evidence
was supported by sever:kV.' witnesses. On the
oth .. hand it was clearly Satablished that the
def olant was In Beaver on that day, where he
had been for some time before, and for some
day after the eighth. It wipe admitted by the
def.. , co that on the Yd of .January the defend
ant,{ in a drunken frolic, hacl taken a coat which
did of belong to him, but if was contended that
it c uld not have been the coat in question, nor
t. 43
was there any animus furancti, even in taking the
coa which he had carried away, he having been
in icated at the time.
C t ! ,..re
1.-S. w: Black and 0. O. Rippey. Eeq., who
app d for Speer, made ;out th eir case very
cle ly, and the jury returnild a xerdict of 'mot
gui ty," without leaving it ! i= 4.7...
number of prosecutors' ip surety of the peace
ens • ~, whose recognisanaest; had been forfeited
owi.g to their non attendance, were sentenced to
pa the costs, and the Cagrt adjourned until
sin o'clock thii morning.
voa's Omen, Pirmagni3.—The Mayor's
.ens have been doing but little for some time
and there has been rib",i business worth re
ng transacted.
:ORDER --9000 kegs hazard's Blasting;
ma. IWO ,! do. Rifir: fors*
J. **DILWORTH k CV:
bbls N. 0. Molareeg. .4 cooperage.
60 do. do, crones cooperage.
30 Ude N. 0. Boger.
150 bum prime areeo 111 e Coffee.
NI kegs G Tabu Tobacco. I,
Plng do.
50 braes s's and 1 lb Lamp.various brands
COO do. Window Glue, (21y and Country brand 9
dorm Coro 8tr..111, tlayge.)
bbla Large No. 3 Mackerel.
00 hit bbls do. do;
150 bus Dry Amide. In rtnro and for ode by
JOHN WATT & CO.,
aala Liberty Street.
INDRIES
-150 bags prime Ma Coffee;
100 bf. eh. 1. 11., G. U. lag., and Black Teak
10 N cask. al: o. 1 parlor
fiqgadden:
fA Cod
blAs. Tanners . 011;
00 boxes Tobseeo.extra 6 J..saale.toy
niehl6. -- ---- ,i.K.iiiiitiVotif II's: co.
1
iIIST REC'D •ANii , NO* OPENING AT
I/ WM. DIODY'S, No. 119 lowt . re drum
..
.nlifLoy and superi o r stock hf I. asbionable . Lod..
' sl;in"gi''fir:i "'"".• E f filirtd'irre P n' t en t.'
•T n Tr7L.7150_,71',91,11 - 4r,gar li . v irtl'" "°L 5 c r!..,111 . ,.'
1a I and well manuf:etured at ir ck of READY MADE
i t
C DINO. snakes oue of the largest and best whited
Hoc west of the Alleghenien all of which the Proprietor
I. Crxmlnod to gain. el surh oriole aswill convince nil
who favor him wi th a call. Hint not Innly the most superior
I nu Le sold at tadacslabliebtr.ellt, but also at the low-
A 4 .71.'4,1111.qallorin g Erse ziontrel. mammal, in the
1 ..,
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bes i, t
on tle manner, and at the Alit -ten collo,.
.
New Books! Net; Books ,
FOREIGN RE3IINISCEpCES. by H try
litlchard lord 110 1 / a nch edited py hie sou Ilene ]
.Eil
tank Lord Holland. •.•
.1 4 Bou ve t,. or Prosperit z arid iioversity: br Catharine
IS i n r,
no of -Sir mli/and. l rattan,' -11olkIst
Ito 4. • .
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Id rland Cottage: by the ntho4 of Mary Barton.
il4r=b r outgVitile h r -4713ri, the };ll:tipsbyles°.
8 V Isk. Hildreili'm History thelrnited States-um:id
M Th ri l above .07/tA bud reed ntl4 isle by
D.C.STI:XISTON, /o cr and Stallone;
chls corner Jutland Third ins.
JONES ON LAND II FIPICE TITLES.-
0 A. Syllisbus of the Law of LamgOlhee Title, in Penn
sylvania: by Joel loom reed • tie ode by
P i. C. ln T k? . Mehl& .c. Market
st.
I New Books ! ‘' e . € Books !
*T HOLMES' LITE ' by DEPOT, Third.
istrystopposits the Port .
,r es_l'
ii n afrelllqf=ir err''S? ht G aTi tl'el.n"liegion.
Lo La Vallicr, by Al.. u 347.....
Oa helm by Geo. Sand-4 vlald L . MCP . . WC. .
B La engem the Eel:solar, the IpT. the
Pei to Geo.
Th liteen's Necklet, by Al z. El s ...
Be es of an Old Kahl, or I std to YOung !Ishii:U.ol-
' n Mee can .Lo be h 01 q 4. S. HeNAMARA, Al.
DO of. _____
mc hla
.ILL,
CE-10 tee. (fresh) fo4 sale by
trump ER.
s j7EL P . STISLIT
L
.d,67 0 bbl, No. I! jstore. for sale by
s. u.llAlltlAttlltt. -
iri . .I.OVER.SEED—E bids. for sale by '
L.2_ l _ chat tilC4 4 McCANELESS.
OUTTER-6 bbl. 'rime Roll, for sale by
131 .6 4 14 iliq .i. McCANDLESS.
QEGARS--150,000 ComO4itt, for sole
,by
co 1 toclill I .r. an. FLOYD. -
BraT-7° doz. Co f" 11 , 3 , r , s i lz1 F e w IL
.
CHESTNUTS -30 boo. f r sale by
nichl4 J. 4. it: FLOYD.
TOIOTITY SEED,-.soiturfor sale by
mehla ' .1. 4 R. FLOYD.
l --
FUR—. 100 bbls. confute, for sale by
I L° Mehl4 ' 1.4 IL FLOYD'
-.4--
NI 0. SUGAR-.-1.00 y4S. for sale hi
BURR E a INCIIR.O.
.
. ll O Water
theli
14 et.
LARD OIL-10 bb . No. 1, on hand and
r 6, Pahs by • /11411 W O
Wat a DLL.
V4ch6 9S Wat ntroet.
WOOL WANTE I he highest market
♦ eitetiol, P ir . , lo mCI;If ill ... 'S i lt . t IV. eaRDAI.V."
VTOI . I C E.—All ee one havinicMlns
.01 azalbst Use Ammer SC 161 - 1.61 LL, will Om., m,-
-
d
An t llhan t i i o . the aut./c o rd x
o npeTmeht hamedia6.ly,
IVAILV.I FOE) a ... C0.. 9 9 ;VAL, 4.
lbio . diPennsylvania Rail
'''''' WlNlK l :EY!'..:Tent ook '
300 bba for MIN by
BURI4IDOE A INGDRAM.
es fcr Is le by
DERE IDOL ot ISO URA 11.
1-200 I hls. ass'd . Nob., for
DURO IDGE k ISWIRAM.
100 box s 'last received and
BUD oE a INGLIRAM,
4 ..... 116 Water stroct.
PNTATION MOL SSES—tIOO bbls. in
store sad far solo by .1051. ES DALZE t, LL.
13 61 Wa.l.
MACKEREL -215 b L 9. No. 3;
2.5 111 . . for pl. by
FRIED
' JAMES D 112 ELL, CO Water st.
110IED PEACHEHOO ba. for sale by
Mchl4 E.O W. HARD/it:olf.
S.I..LEATILER-2.40 Sides for sale by
meld{ S. A IV. HARBAI.76If.
1.. ....,.._
S D ; A hr ASII .7b 2 I I:I caski, , ,K;n s rt:A3 l '
A b ß r: A nt i f i or
FV AX SEED OIL-2000 iMls. for sale by
I mebl4 S. L'ii. 11ARBAjall.
WINDOW GLASS-600;rbbxes IVMdow
ma., ossertei .lye. and rezio.p. brand.. ~,,ed . n d
far. mool4 ile by
S. CI4LARBADOII.
AWBEIGHT ON BACON BBBLICED.-ihe
ari T oot u°' cnQ
mehla MeVADE. , ra COViME. A.
11 . 011.'r CHINTEES.—McactiI - .i. Biacu
i
.1,4 wl: invite thb attention of the Ladler to edne wee
and autifnl Ryles of Light and Drab Citintrem. Ant re
frit. They have alto oyes this morning. an additional
sops y of SPRING DONNL'TS, Yelling very 10.--leme at
Si% nta Bonnet Ribbons, ItonnetCaps, Ac. :
g&BEDE DE LAINES, Light and Dark,
• inehgting a foe pift-es eery besutifel French, and set
re ger nblAren, reed and twilit:grow by
Mehl& MURPHY a BURCHFIELD.
n .ROOMS-120 doz. fancy and good ' cum
.'" mon Corn Drcorov, fort:ale by
r SL. S. WATERMAN & SON&
S EDS-20 bbl. strictly prime Clover Seed;
6 Lady " . Timo th y; Seed.
ebb Le. WATERMAN & rofiti.
' —2O M.A. Roll Butter, •
3 - and G key Peeked Butter. for
L. S. WATEIIMAN t SON S
81 it 91 Water. and Ca Front at
.-4 c¢xkn Hams;
3
" "n Virl r lirUgi d e) Itr7
183 pc. for Hilo by :
WICK s3IcCALNDLESS.
RIFLES-15 'gross (warranted)
Mr We t..e VlS'Wlie SON(
No. GI Wsterpt.
CORN—
9. STDID , Dant
aelletl Co for We b 1 .-----
y :
T. W O ODY ODY S SON. CI Weer irl.
JARD PRINTS—For gale by
'y
W. P. MAI:SHAW..
INDOW BLINDS—For eale_by
W. P. MARPRAV .
CON-5 casks reed and for gale bj ,
ambit J.l. DILWORTR t 00.
DR-100 bbla. reed and for sale by
mchll J. C. DILWORTH k CO.
II TER-10 bble. tor 50.30 byy
metal J. 8. DiLwo4ll - k 81).
ESTNUTS-20 bbl. for sale.TV
• PA3112%6 F, FRRnmit.
LL BUTTER-10 111.11. prime justlrec'd
spa ka. ala br SAMUEL P. 5111111'4,11..
TED PEACIIES-200 bu: for salo!by
=chi() SAMUEL P. P11.111V1,3t.
_ _
. .
CKORY NUTS-30 bbl. for
SASWEI, P. EERIE r.
I • ifs PPLE bbL fur enielby
I xoehlo SAMUEL P. swim*.
1 'ATCIIES, JEWELRY, SILVER
i r w orts7.7.‘._ v fa L'1tt1f:, 8 '2 1 .14.°•0.7):
...,^ quolltiee only 1) Lamp. of oil eleoetiPti.V. i"
V:l ° (l ' annett.. U tik3 !l' 1t.,,__ 4D 1""91,2,11 ? ' 11
butt 0014 Pea; lideslen= t.i.. 'll ` ...Utr ' . ' Pil-ML
1
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' tyi i t i lo to m , r_stree io t , u h. lutul rs..n ergui r
nl oLer t. cs . tu om fro t.,m ut. co m p
frouc.) with a largo rtork Or the obove goods, 00.wm
u..0ir—,,,-
44 - Watch repelling shop oul the occoOLl atom
W. W. WILSO
h 7 N;
100 . comer Fourth awl .11orket 11.1.6
e-- - - - -
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JDFISII-15 drums in store, for sale by
A_ =64 MILLIZR t RICKETA.
OPB=IS bales first sort Western N. Y.,
la store and for lial. b,
WM MILLER t RTCHETS9k.
.11 1 1CONOMY CRAB ClDElt—'2o bbfp. in
J:4 store and tn. tine sr
tyr.24 AIILLEItt RICKETSO*.
f
Cl e"sB cat il k 7l°° matt3skar:'.b..l7,z4r. b y
_
LE.MATTS-1n store and for altle at
I til,earpet Warehouse of
' <l3 W. 31eCIMMICE, 6S Fourth it.
MeOLI NTOCK invites tlie at
(.62.ahing to natant,. to his of of
vbir.ll inJust. rearral fr=l.be
BY TELEGRAPH
FOREIGN NEWS!
ARRIVAL OF THE
STEAM SHIP CANADA
ONE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE.
Il ALIFAX,'Merch 27.
The steamship Canada, from Liverpool, nniv
ed at 12 o'clock last night, with dates from Liv
erpool to the 16th last., and bringing seventy
five passengers. She Bailed for Boston at 4 o'-
clock this morning."
The IL S. frigate, St. Lawrence. arrived nt
Southampton on Thursday. with the articles for
the World's Fair. She will proceed to. France
for the remains of Corsodore Paul Jones.
Mg2llSl==
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE
LITSIIPOOL XAELEET.
Lirrapoor., Starch 15.
Cotton—Cotton has declined id on the better
descriptions, and Id on the lower qualities. The
sales of the week sum up 21,000 bales.
Grain—The corn market closed firmly, with
sales of yellow at 29(ii , 80s qr.
Flonr—Western Canal is quoted at 18s€.20s
Cal 70 bbl.
Provisions—Beef is brisk. Pork commands
fall rates—Eastern prime is quoted at t300.'050;
Western do 110(41 . 4fis ^tr bbl. Cheese is selling
at 45S for prime, and 28, for middling qual
ity.
Tallow—Sales nt 86(a138n I) ewt.
Linseed Cnke—Snlen ut .Et; 105 G, .C 7 Om I ,
ton.
Natal Stores—Sales 1,500 tdile turpentine at
- ti? cwt. No sales of rosin:
Groceries—Of coffee there are no eales to re
port; Rio is dull at a slight decline. Sugar is
without change. c.
LONDON MONEY MARKE4S.
M!IIIM=11:1
, .
Consols closed at unin . nnq. Exchange bills
are higher. There has been no particular change
to notice during the week.
Trade at Manchester is rather dull., The
weather was mild, and the crops promising.
BALTIMORE, Alarcli 27
The new steamer, BrotherJonnthan, from New
York to Chagres, on her first trip, sustained some
injury to her machinery on Saturday, 'rind being
unable to proceed, put in here this morning for
repair,
LociarliLe, March 27
The river has fallen five inches in the last 24
hours. There are 9 feet a inchealwater in the
canal this evening, and 5 feet 11 inches on the
falls. It has been raining all day.
Jenny Lind is to be "atCincinnati on the 13th
proximo.
PHILADELPIILk MARKET.
PHILADELPHIA, March 27.
L"OR SALE—Exchange Bank Sleek. bsi
Breads - ruffs of all descriptions, with the creep- rloch& H. D. K15H.1.',..nr0.,,t..
.
tion of corn, are dull. end prices are declin-G I LM UPI OM-1 mme for sale f)
ing. well° J. KIDD A. C 0... tel Waal et.
Flour common shipping :brands are offered ilk IA S IiFACTU It ED TUBA( Vt/—.150 Ins.
at $4,871. without buyers. Small sales for cite
,j_l_ v s . staaorscturs, of me bc.s brands for nide 10, by
use, at $4,37,1(d)1.4-1 for common and good ...bl , ISAIAH DICKEY ACO
brands, and $4,50G5 for choice lots. Rye Hourt . GROSS Rushton, Clarke et Co.'s genuine
has declined at $3,311 at which rates. the mar- ‘,/ Cod ).tree pH. as mi. he J. KIDD A CO..
ket is nearly cleared.
mehlo 00 Wood et.
Grain—Wheat is dull with a fair amount offer- ' 1 11 1 AH-7s bbl. (N. C.) for sale he
Mg. We quote red at i_d4)97c, and white at . -.- mai , . wicaamccAstitcss_
. _
100610'2c 3rl nu. Core is in demand, with sales g 101) LIVER OIL-Warranted pure. on
4000 bushels yelloir at tioc afloat, and 59c in , ~,, an.,b,. it.0.,.„ 10 .7 1 . 77,4w , ( 1,, 1 .v tf ... ! ,...... 6
r
store. Oats are selling at 43c for Penna. i meha roller Pleat and Wn“l 4..
Whiskey—ls in detmsnd, with limited sales in I lot. ItS F:11 PILL BOXES--Assorted sixes,
bbls at 23c 1.1 gel.
j 1 for sale by. , B. A. FA lINESTOCK & CO.
Re... , tad,
NEW YORK MARKET. ' 1. 4 1 NTRACT INDIAN ll.F:MP—Englisl, int
:Mon ' REPORT. , I
LA porti.e.. for sae by
rh._
•Inch• It A. PAIINP-sTOCK k LO.
. NEW YORE, March 17. ! I ACTLVARIL I 3I—EngIish imported, for
-
Flour—The market Raton buyers, and for,
.11.. i sax, 1,- - moo 7ILA IA lINE.F-ToCK. a Cu.
Western and State, holders are disposed to meet .
' .ijutT—ln bladders, in as.irtml ,sixed
their views. There is a better demand for the
_l_ pima... for ~ale. to .
cast and something is doing in exports. We mob , -0. A. PAIINESTOCK &CO.
gooto common to good straight state at $4,376, l 4 ' lW EN'S PI..ISTEILS--Laree and small,
4,50, and mixed and (Luny Western at s4,su(w. IJ ~ .1.. br B. A. FAH KFT, tCK A CO..
, one r,,
l, .orner Poo !:
and Wt..' no
4,115 per hhL .
Grain—Wheat is dull, but prices are unchang- , II I
for •ale by mar a F. &W. 114E11m - oiIDES--11.d) DRY 111 DES revolved and
i i
ed. Corn is easy, with a moderate eastern and ,
extort demand. 11:PEATIIERS—K0 sacks Fathers received
r F t W . II LI:BAUGH
Provisions—Pork is steady, with a fair .pace- . "' " " s ' s ` m ' r '' - -
lath: demand, and less doing for the trade.' We(ILL BUTTER— barrels reed per S. B.
quote old mess at $l3, and new men at $13,50.
1 1-r. ...' ' '' T -'''. -`" ''''' ..al. h ' F k 7T. Mu:HAMA.
per Md. Lard is steady, and in fair demand at ...
sili€,, €9 per lh. V titiS--.:1 bid. for sale by .
Butter—ls in fair demand at Pfii,l lc for Ohio , 'I-4 mob',Wit. It. Jritmsros: .
and common state. I I
. A RD-17 kegs in store and for sale by
Tobacco—Meets with increased inquiry, with i 5-4 .". -WM. IL JOHNSTON.
sales of Kentucky leaf at 11€.:.13 per lb.'. ABLE OIL
Fr CLOTIIS--A very large as-
Coffee—The demand is moderate. Sales of I 1 nortment. 01 Table Cow, MI band sod for ...1,. at
damaged at Auction yesterday, at 9e . :91 'V lb ', s ' 1;,".,V 0" ) ' tn. " - J. &H. Pitimms.
Whiskey--Sales at 236C2.31 per gallon. I ( ) ILOVER SEED A T13101'11) . SEED—
ses 6 bane Clore" Foot
4 - Timothy .. lot reed and f...rmle by
mat: .1 F. DILWOILTII k C 4
1) HIED PEACII ES-150 MI. (prime) fur
.ale I, ino-h: t J. F. D11.74.11,T11 a Co.
1 . )(IT.1. Sil —llk casks No. 1. Mr sale by
meb , J. 0. M 1.71.11111 6 I'o.
ljA PElt lIANtiING S--SPICING SELEC , - ,,
~1_ TION.-111111 be rovvivo.). by first canal noivaln.
nor on.trhoire aoortment of Prowl, .r1E.,..n. PAPER
11.t.C6INGN. 1p odd. dantolx. top. and 1,10)0 Pattern..
ta&rther stab . lar t er In or I+,l, Satin out Common Pa
per,. WALT):)) P. NIAR.FII %LI..
mob: EZ, weal rt.
i i A FETY FUSE—I:M.OOO Set it..on. Dick- 1
ij So) A Co.', make. warrant...l. for nolo by
mrh: J.O : motonvita (VI,
Ul 1. CLOTHS-10,)00 . 5 .rd.n.r oil cloth,
heavy and sodium, from;, in 6 yard' whin, rE the
newer) motor., which ar,ll.be eolj as 1,,. o ah o l,F,On ,
oannern Make. and ratail lower than any other hamar lathe
elt, De invite t he attention cf1,!..zih... 1 .10. the shoo.
. 0,0) 1a1 0 7" r '"" "'"'"' eras: "' 1 ' ..1. Ir 1 . 11)1.1.1 PS.
, AItiLIAGE OIL CLOTH--On hand. it
l',ly.'•;. — z,Mo'!..,=, l . l lfile=ht. - ...,Ty=
article. for tale wholon.lo IA prawn rantern priom,
tnch7 J. A 11. PHILLIPS. 7 and 9 Wool it,
i usT ItEt"D FROM PIIILLIPSVILLE
•/ Poem, --•i n ot, 5 ,10. 4 and 7, nr. tiomn od Cloth, a holn.
a.ie waoll, at No. 7 and V Wuod at,
mrllh7 ... .
.i. a 11. PHILLIPS.
NM Soft, March 27.
Cotton—The market is steady, with no males
since the receipt of the steamer's news.
Flour—Sales 0000 bbls at $4 . ,770 4:10 for
common State brands.
Provisions—Pork has advanced 12/e 1,1 bbl
with further sales of AOO Mils Lard is dull.
Wool—The market is active but michanged.—
rattles within the past week amount to 70,10.10
fleece at 45(a .. ,50c. Stocks light.
IlempThe market is dull..with noreportable
change.
Lead is firm at $5,12i(if,.3,25 ? cwt.
.es!
BALTIMORE MARKET.
March 77.
Flour—Sales 600 bbls Rowanl street and 400
do city mills at $4 37 . 4 hblT
Grain—White corn in selling. at 596/,.59c,
and yellow at 596OSic is biiob. Sales of oats
at 38q47c ? bush.
Whiskey is dull at 223(7i..23e 1,1 gall.
Provisions—Sales lOU hhds bacon sides at B.}
gat . 1i lb, and SO hhds, and 250,000 lbs shoul
ers at is Tl lb: also, of 00 hhds shoulders at
die. Sales 000 hams at 101 pl lb. Sales. 100
kegs lard at fitq 91, and :10 Olds do at 10 lb;
Sales 00 hhds bulk sides at 7.1 7 t , lb.
Closer Seed—Sales et $2 . 25( - 1 , 5 50 "t , bush.
Groceries—Sales 97 hiads New Orleans sugar
at set,sle. Coffee is steady. Sales 174 hints
Porto Rico sugar at $5 4005 75 pt cwt.
[IT - INTER LARD OIL-19 bhlo. J. L.
V OmAnna's No. I,joet tired and for tale by
WILLER A RICKETSON.
mehla 2.11 and Liberty st.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES--
10 laid& Plantation Sugar.
WO WA. dn. Maus, (nak omperaine.)
Its done and for rale toy
R RICK ETSON
PEARL STARCII-50 boxes for sale by
oxtail • HARDY, JONES t CO.
kJ 25 bbl. No. 1 Wilder Strained Lard
'xi onr Joulata Bloom%
11 W. Mess Pork:
Baron ILanta.Slintildria..d Side, In smote liatOg
VI 1.61. No 1 Mackerel: lier sale Ina by .
KIER A JONES,
inrhlS Canal name.
LAZED OIL— 20 Ibis. No. 1, for sale by
rocht9 JAN. DALZELL. GO Water et
O. SUGAR--• 25 hlids. for sale by
. mcbl4 JAS. DALZELL. *at,
llnvestments.i
1000 DoLcs.ptrusßußoll CITY Flo;
lOU shar,s Douala. Boughton lllinlna ef:.:
100 do. Collin¢
.. ..
I° ll ' tit ' ,.. IZ7iltcrt/Indis Rork . .
For rale by A. , VILKINS A (X/..
rnehl7 earner 71.1 rd and Market ett.
TrbllE KICKLEISURYS ON TILE RHINE;
by W. ti Tharkerny. Prire.l2l:r.
DiclSaralek WoodiandK by Yank Forreater.
tionary of Alecluddr, No. Z.
'Carl/red at 1101.11E.5 . Literary Doper.
mobil Third rt.. aryl:W..lle Food Of
MA G 9 m AZ . IIS , :SS , I I :: , 2 k R
~,,A 1::, ,R , 1 , E .
_ 1141 1 4 e ilia:Woe . do:
NOUN II du. do.: For Kale at
HOLMES' Literary Depot.
molar Third at. aro:mite the Poor I Hike.
LEAD .PIPE--Curnell's improved potent
Lead Pipe for 11r1ria,
l'n Pe...)
..
A ll4d " rallir Rama:
Illetern...Ae.
All elan on band and to
TL ' i " :Z/3. : (3115 0 ;r0RI/ON.
incbl7lt 134 Fned. strert.
- -
Boy!' Wear.
VICRPIIY BuItCIIFIELD have reed
an assortment of the at.re goods. adardot w erring
isting of plaid and plain Casstmerts, light mist
Jo., Tweeds,s Merino (1,1i4.1V, and Jeans, ann.d goats
of sauna, kinds, all at lowest wines mel,ll
1110MBAZINES h MOURNING ALFA
_a_jp eAs.—.mr.rur a flcarnrtatn Invite the attantlmi of
KlrMl= t tinttr ' s ' 0%1:1;71 "n llrTagtnt i.
itarrges, Fe. meth
DRY APPLES-20 sacks reed, for sale by
meta° SAMUEL P. SIIIIIVEIL
m lIORTS-3(.0 bu. for sale low to dome collo-
olaranrat. by SAMUEL P. SIIIIIVER.
cblo
BUCKETS - AM) TUBS—
!o doz. Bucket., 10 doz. Tuba for eal' br
mcbla JAMES DAI.2.ELL.
SUNDRIES
-400 ate. Family Moan
40 " No. 3 Mackerel:
75 " "
ar,
65
100 " prime Nerbuinoek Potattor.
30 4 " Reda
40 " Omen Ander,
WO tonal. tar Dom
51 , 0 " Shoe%
100 " Mac
1,0 " Dried Apple= for ale by
T. WOOOll A FON,
Produce Dealers and Commlerlor, Merchants,
metal, Na 01 Water Meet
•
POLL BUTTER-3 Md. just reed and for
11., Pak by T. WOODS t SON,
mettlO Water R.
LAR - D011.26 bbl. No. 2, just recd and
far gale low by W&LLESOF0111)
mchlo
PPEARLS-14 casks (firsteOrts),Tor sale by
In claS WICK McCANDLEBS.
FKAT 'IIERS-43 enclus (prime) for elle by
mettS WICS lIMACDL7a.
STEAiIi BOATS
FOlt CINCINNATI $t ST. LOUIS li re l„.2
The ficu• et., ADAM,
uter. lesve fur shore ard IntprauAliat.
Nn un thi,thty. '2 , tl Incl.
. .
Yoe freight 'or parsze. apply nn hosni. mrtCM
IbOU CIN. LOUISV ILLS-TL rr,
oplendld near reamer tit-AI:CU& Capt. L.M.7,.•
en. sill leave fur the above sad all inter
mediate. mars on thirds!, wt lu ii e 4.4. n.
Mw fr,,.iycht board. rneh:
Fa t Oß NASIt V I L I.E.—The fast
unning ideatnertlESETA.Capt.Wilkho.
rill lean tor the above and lutertnedlste ports
,n, this day. the 7th hut., at 4 I. M.
For
h"r
FOR ST. LOUIS—The . new and
Gotnnlnv gram boot ASIA, Boyd,
wart,. will leave tnr the above mid all in.r
mediate lawn. this afternoon, at 4 o'elork
For or pailiag r. apply on board. mrh27
FOR GLASGOW, LIVERPOOLAND WELLSTILI,EL.The One steamer
TEI LIE. Wm. Sheddrn. marten will run
regular pneket between tiliß city and Welirville. leav
ing Pitillshornh every Monday, Wedne.lay, and Friday. at
Fm rreigbt or pungr, 'Play on board. _
IIL:REGULAR PACKET 13E
TW EEN PlTT.t , lllslitill A 51!:F15.11.—..
nt,antr PILOT rane. ne.ter,
01111 learn for Wheeling, Caption and Saull.h.
every Mond. and Thurwiny. at 0 Welork r. ' turning
Ira Tea Sullth , L for Cantina. Wheeling and PittAut.th. ev
ery T,,, lay and Friday, at 10 o'clock. A. st. Pa,vengerm
ppe can depend upon tbht boat running ~Ire
duringi t 1
01 low water newn.
For freight r.. t
or passage, apply on Ward. ta1.1119
NEW AItItANGE3IF:NTS FOR
1851.
li\l[}: flew 111111 fort running err. ('ASIICF,R,
idle, dleu
-I.et.” Whetling. ll'Adgep cLv
ort.
Parket—leaves Pitteburgh ever, f ,Wedneeday at
II ,'noa_ and
'nou ok. P. M.. for Itnn•llng and Bridgeport. and e'er,'
Smurdny at 3 P. M.. for
Can,
and Sunfish. Returning ,
lea,te runtlah Poo l Wain, o'clock. A. 04., and
i tr i idlrport and Wheeling e•rry Motafi - y and Thut,da). at
For hvight end pasaage apply on board, or in
garb: JOIIN FLACK. Agent.
ron NIAJiIET'rA AND IIOCK: •
INGPOILT.—The One neat:net. PACIFIC, 4 I,
A 01), master, will leave for the above aud io
purl porta every Thumlay. at 4 n . rhx-it, P. 31.
Far freight or PUFAZAM apply on bard. or to .
T. WOODS 8 SON,
whin No. di Water unftit I , ront. at,
UEGULAR WHEELING AND
Lt. SUNFISH PACKET—Me fast nuating
trance WELLS'OLLE, Capt. B. liming, trill
run a.e,a r..gular packet between Pittsburgh, Wheeling.
Bridgeport. and t"tautlatt. lensing Pittsburgh rverY
afternoon for Wellsville. Steubenville, and Bridgrepol and
every Thundav aftenmen fur Steubenville, Wheeling,
Bridgeport. Capiina.and Sunfish: rrt tuning, leaves Britt,
port and Sunfish every Tu:lday afternoon, and Sunfish
every k riday afternoon. For freight or a gr. apply on
hoard. or to ifelag W. IL WHEELER. Aeent.
IEGULAR PITTSBURGH AND _
1, WHEP.LINO PACKET.—The
nen parket steamer DIVIINAL. Connell. mar.
ter. In non performing her regular tri.neekly tripe between
this sits and Wheling, leaving Pittsburgh at lt) o'clock
every Monday. Wedne , olay and Prida,, and returning,
leave" Wheeling every Tnenday, Murata) . and Patunlay,
in each Weak. For frtdght or pan-age.apniv on bawd , nolo
nola AIt3ISTRONO L'CittiZEll. Agent,.
UEGULAR WEDNESDAY
PACKET. CINCINNATI. Captain John,..
nlngbam. Thlm splendul bpal. Newton[ by
the owner+, of the st , arn, lame and others. for
the Cincinnati and Pitbrburgh'Pseket traJe. and Will lean.
every %Cednemday for CincinuatL in plate of the New Eng.
''"%l 0.2. N or
6'4"1. in. Tral&Tainingorrtit'
MISCELLANEOUS.
N BIC I ES—I bbl. Chestnute;
3 Iliokory
Loam ,trarin remit, for aalr kr
J. D. WILLIAM:: & 11.1
. _
A ,,, NON' n, S ,h ILLAC
A LCOIIOL-15 bbl. for sale
nodal° J. KIDD & CO. nO Wont rt.
VISIIEBMEN, ATTENTION!—Was left
• at our rum for mir-3 01.11100 `irk. on. of Opel CC
lard. tont, and tau rmallar our, rb, will 6..03 a ., a
marritm,sw the owner 1. an ol,tt lady ol 72 yew, who la
&imitate. wad wither to obtain mns to lAA,. her to her
(wady In the et.. of Indiana. J. ea & 11. PHILLIPrt,
mrht, N 0.7 end II Woad rt.
t:lßPET—lteceieed this day, by Leech &
Canal Llnr. at the Carpt Warrhoune of, %V. Me.
C ISTOCK.o. 7.1 Fourth nt., emtpriglna In part the fol
lowing rarktb.. Ftruatels, 'lap.), Imperial Thrwr Pl.
Tapa•ry 1 rnltlan, Plain %mitten. and mpertinr Inwrain
Chrpta. of the wad molrrn ntylot. write
. _ . _
TOBACCO
-90 Ina,. extra Ya and B'a;
40 catty beam extra poundc for sale by
writ; DILWORTH d W.
1tI). KING, Bunker and Exchange Brie
kt 0t7t 4 1, 00 1'.74 0 01 dile7.toVaVrIlt i . ' crbt to thr
writ at low rat, and i• now plying theltighett mket
prwmium In par MIDI, fa An:urban alkrr. = ebb
(.ICOTCII SNUFF-S!N) lbs. (Garrett's) for
U sale by anchlo J. KIDD k CO.
OATS—Ia sacks for sale by
rochll WICK A McCANDLEPt.
d'AORN—;t2 bbls. for sale by
• mobil WICK A MeCANDLESS.
B ROOMS -11.0 doz. Corn, medium:
extra; for rale by
mrlll3 I .D. WILLIAMS A CO.
IIIBAS" ALE-300 Whole and Hr. Blils.
1.3 In .ttop, with mnntant arrival. from thn Drewrry.
warrantrd IPA quality, for mak by
0,01111 ROBERTSON & REPPEIIT.
(a THAW WICAPPING—Fnitn the Virginia
&J Suun, rutudantly to .tom and for tub. at rnanufnetn.
itout:lrrsoN it REPPERT.
4111. A NSPA RENT WINDOW SHADES—
A swat sokortrnent ran bo foundarrate Clu•net W stn
bon, No. N 5 Fourth greet.
fa , " W..MrCLINTOCK._
M i ATT,S—A very large assortment of Che.
Tultod, Thrum, Sheepon, COMJenny Lind.
ute. Janina. and tkeleton Matto. in e l ute awl for oak at
the laz W.
.
t Warehou, N 0.115 Fourtm
. • mecustooc.
MeCLINTOCK invites
the attention of purrhanere to hw wkorttneut of Sheet-
Ingo at No. 09 Fourth 00.3. (rerlB3
(.ItIGAIt, MOLASSES A SYltlift.;--
t 3 Xl4l D. R. largo Loaf Sugar. 9 and Ifs The:
W bbla. - •
970•• uoled and powdered I.af Swat:
•• C cr huifool Loaf Sugar.
ft, hbk. N.ll Sugar.
003 bbk. Mottow, •
I 0 •• S. 11. Syrup MolaameA, St. Lauf,
••M3 rep,
di •• elariCed In elms and en oak by
JAMES A. lIETCIIISON A CO..
turh3 Wakr end Front .la.
lIJ ICKOItY NUTS-,S pkg. for sale by
es-eh WICKA MeCANI , LariS.
i ' .IAtEItiTUSL-14 musks and 23 boxes pub
leriaed, Co. gale by ß
•
mehaWICK NIrCANDLESS.
RDOM . S- 1 :1: - 38 doz. (Corn) for sale by
meht. 'WICK MeCANDLE , S.
lir RI P ) it ,d P ,
. E . R-3•4 8 r eams
f e .i 4rown,
tro•hs
, ana C9ail'elq;%''DLE.9.l.
ACKEEEL--138 bbl. No. 3, for sale by
fuells WICK a NIcCANDLESS. •
uLACKWOOD, for February, and the Art
Jilt JuurnaL la•JtatuarY,.. fur 9.1 e nroLmEs.,
mchs
FIPAR-2a bbl. read and for sale by
oncha ROBISON, LITTLE A CO. _
Mm 3; for pale by
e l • • 5 ROBISON, LITTLE. CO.
IC - AR-150 bbls. in store and for sale by
ISAIAH DICEY CO..
feb•Zl Water K * Front do._
VINEGAR -5u Al. receiving, for Halo by
Bubb ROBISON. LITTLE& a).
bRIED BEEF-iti S. C., for sale by
carbl3 ROBISON, I.IITLY. co.
G.. - CX.TS= I 4SO - tioieTWT.ii: area, City
a:± 24u7 t ' ""r eriessillsit a BONE.
ROUSES, FARMS, '&c
For Beni
A tr CA DEM Y BU IL DI S, on .—te
4vt fn u ee t t x . i r e ma
.r an Arad... 1.. , mannS.'
r . 1 Ulu Olen unn,lintels En.ntirt. f
.r
W 11. 11:..43". • "
n 1 , 112.4 f
, turner UarA.rn Mier and Va‘.11,..t.
r
LET—An OFFICE on Water, brEr,
tw,vt, aryl Ferri' alreets. Ent,ulr. of
J_A.4• 1,A1.2EL1.. lister •
FOR RENT—A Dwelling House ce . l
Thlrd atreet, above and year to Endthnehl.lt
fitturrs. Jars, yard, ga..h home. te. '0 1115...
lr retard Low. andposs.-ulna given Izarondlatrfr.
Ah , —l.'nr :lab,. or 4.ase, rotne rots in the Ninth Ward.
n"d
at lk W7f . o.
Darlington'a. rsan•tn 'tree.. neat Wood.
_tr_ith2-ttr
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
T .
II E SUBSCRI BEI( offers Vii Sale, on .77"4
the City of P favornl.l, tern, eb. vie: the fofollowingn. Real Entele. In
ntsbur
No. I. Then relnehlo thee...el. - 1 blink ,well pg,,, h t ,Z ° 7;:.;
l ' i l it.i ' Z ' fiVg . :we t' r iti b r`:.`,T`i:,°. l t ;:"4,1.,",..."!. Perry
Nn. 2. 4ontaina 17 6.'4. front on Third street. adjoining
the Third r ick Church, on which It proeted one
ttur story brick hon.. unnd as a printing Write, and one
t tro story brick werehomae.
No. 3. Two Into In Fallston. Beaver cruinty: being lots
NO, 3 mid 4, lelng abvt 100 feet wiunre,ot4whleh le erect.
.41 one block of four f mr dwelling, end one seimm.
'mum dwelllnu. all le: stories high.
:in 4. One let 50 feet front on thank street. Mtim 4 lM the
shove and ettendine 1: the 1.. p of the 1.111.
Nu. 5. Teo leltch Inn, verb 51.1 feet front.and running
n the Ell. Braver.
' 7. n.t. :7:a. vt ' l l U ' l 7 .l:Ve ' re ' rt4ll4l feet an Wheel Ilan,
with ten shams
water
power attached.
No. 7. One lot opposite the water Int. ho feet front. .11,1
emendirt. to the lop of the hill. on whirl] ha ereetml on:.
• two tdom hrtek :tore end werehouse.2.4 by :AI fee. elmona.
Mame dwelling. tent torlea hitt li.
N. I. One lame lot In New Itri.hton, nearer, rounly. be.
M. about tin foot on Ilren, sod ahent inin re. deer,
routaloing la, acre, on Which
is
..neted to
large frame
dwelling,, land on , Am I from,. honer, u./441 as en onin.
Tide pntte.rty ,,, tran to: erly mv , .. , pii ,, 51 . 11;12. , ;, ; ..10 .4 1,, , , ,, . ,
4
Ir„ .1 ,1 1,- Iii".2 . ."hri.,,V. 4 .""" I. '' '
N 0... I.lne water lot. Immediate!, Lel:A. - Pall:don ilithre,
14.1 u. abcut itl , l fret In length, and extending from Il amr
:wet to low water mark, or towtnit Patib
The alan.g. prnperty will tw sold on very far:ruble tern:,
L r i,, , , :r t k 1 ,. 11 ; Book Store of I. ,i t i M i lf i l i )N..ru A rti , er Third
t ht. NG tent.
inch2l !Journal and Poit eopy.l
Drug and Prescription Stare for Sale.
DRUiI & PRESCRIPTION STORE.
A l i„ lonatnd In linuTixhing nntl l or mproving part of LIR
OF
f th l 7r w s l lrn b u i g n' fr
IIA a
•
nu•hi, ' lid ...nnnd..t.
t 4 l olt SALT—A large Brick Dwelling !V
. IL.uu•, and I.ot of Ground. on Bank Ledn._ All. , A,
ht , r e n , l . o (a o ty ix ngy nrai ,, !n.
i iplAll&n .. br r f. , ,, . 6, ,. .tr i r;177 .
PO,. doing Innnne.a ft 3 l tile city anuld ' And it C 0,1,11).
, Lot, 20 feet by lOn. on Iteheera atreet.
1' For price ond Lerma ally to
010,1114 BAIR A 1111 VIN. 114 Seeond M.
1 1 1 01 i SALE—TWO choke LOTS, pleasant
,' IF Inltutt..4l for ortrate retidenoca, boohoo on Du.
ungto. IVity. L....wren Pitt .treet and livaa, alloy. The.,
In. are 21 feet front. nod extend bark 24.0 feet 10 a feet
alley. F., Irma. apply to (1.11. GWAhT—or
tnehlhhat J. M. 11;NNuCK.
To LET-A 15 AltEllOUSI:, alfUlltetl
no {tater et.. between Market `oceetry Ftreet ,
eustable for the Prod utv bunlnege. r term%
oval , . of J.1.111.11t DALZEI.L. ,
torlo o N. f4l Water st.
For Sale.
IIIIE UNITED STATES fIOTEL.Tr,
BLoCli BUILDING:, on (In. corm, of Wuti•
low - ton titut Peon streets. and fronting 'on the P......
+ylvanla Canl. in the City of Pittaburgh. The Lot (mob ,
ona hundn.l and fort, lour fr.t on - Penn street, and one
titto.ty,l and ittne fort Woe lath*, ou Wt hloattio ettmt,
to • tarynty fort alley. Inquire of
1,1111) OREEII.
No. 10d Pezin
Land for Sale.
A TRACT_ of :12_t! Acre,: one Tract of
Alrkt ' L`.l7.':T.ll!nri.:Vor",L T TV,;.V.
wt. of first rate quallq. tool well Itiratol In Nonno. co., 0.
and will Aoki. •ult purrhs...ro, verylow. For further
particulono toqusn. of WA]. 11. JOHNSTON,
toeU IFI Peeoudst.
'y 1 0 LET—A BRICK DWELLING,
with .ix >cr. of ground atlas-he-1. Filowt.,l atritt
no hi HARDY, JONES S 00.
Olt RENT —That largndwelling borne ;Tr ;
with etten , ive onmttl• tog FVtlen, and stshle
Atiarto.l. the. r...otenry of the late i$ tn. J. Tat..
010 , 1 gal (11111 atm, Vo.seswion 'Oven on the OM of
flinch
. .
For tertim apply to L. IV M'Aboy, Gnarl's. or IL C.
Totten. at the F ort I.lth It orb., feblaftApll
TALC AIII.E MILLS. FARMS, AND LOTS
Y
Pl5ll tIALP—Two lame floor !gills ands Paw Mill on
the Beaver Creek, wlth the nee...vary...ler Tower.
• well Itnproved oral In Lawnnmn,Buty. Prin. 1.50u1i
Ai., • Vann of 114 area, on the Ohio river, tnree
teloar Deaver. tor sl.2iar Alen. one of Isu acre, on the
Ohn, river. o below Enwer. for 1t32 iw v-re.Alm
or. acre. I*, Sinper mere Ad, farms of no r ,
PI:, and !at
for 121 per acre. p. 4 fur 312, and al
acre. fur f 1.5 pvr ay - fre t ...4h, •Itl ao t many other, Cl r art
y°. and F.mtulre t.f
N. P. A Il I. II PETTERIAN.
Atinrneit at hew and Peal I:state Am.ata.
6440 No lo: ith rI. Pittebunth
ESTATE FOR SALE—TL.
Aru.sl offer, for We a larre number of rahaahl.
Ind on lots, and eome verp defirable fats for 61•011(3,-
writ.. In the Borough of Ituminshant. hefted ew near the
Public iellool 110 u. en,l Enuliat Cburvh.
The rapid growth Illriolnithaut In te.pulationtold
m.inufarturmc .. with. and the reavonnble prime at whk-b
Al.. will he vol.l, .111 render them n axle and printable In.
ve.ttneut Title perfect. Term. fartiroble.
For I , arllClthlr• ace/ term, enquire urtholindervirned,
the 0111, of ....Gr."
. P. Gilmore. Ent., id] Grant etn.et, Pitta
hued.. hetween Thud and !north olive,* or Of
sal N. I'vtterww.. P.n . .. at their tan,. In itlrm-
Inaltem. taleit MO:4-i P. EATON.
- 1 . 011 SALE—The ,tll.eriber qffers for
esle lan, and well built Wirt Honer. with tie
Or noir...erre v,f invetud..ll um, watt* Fourth at
Rt.!, three mitre el thoriny. Po.mmonn ttiver, on
tbr 1.1 of April neat.
Ala.. g.untl. tnntaintiocovnr Fnnir
Aer,, - tth •vriug of exmlirnt wat, th , ronel.
nAr
.van a lot.nf A-round J 5 Met 11 larhos by 11M fret. ndPrin.
Inc the ~..incur. of Mr. A. TtAer. near Lb. city. oppyonte
the nrryeth Want. on 1...nr, Immix Avenue. fo•nevyten
dietlmmedlatch
It Is Imre ry.rlAln that thr Phut 111,rvi willonmplotr
pnAt thr nbnbr property enrlY In lb.. rreninc puma, For
forth.. Inn.rnnunn.. appl, UA VID F..urtb yt.
rond.rar thr nr.t I..rrihrl pn..N.brp. tabMniff
snit RI:N:I'OR'S.A LE—The subscriber
1 4 en! /n.fl or rent hi , Leer .I,lrable I,nyttry Iteyl.llll.,
.. ore, In All,hen. rny. rltontt.l on 0100 Lane an..
111..gbonv A yonty.:-.nna of the Cabomon. The hr....i.
larcn tloyiblo brkb butldtnn. In onto,. "arm I.
rarbleco ytni.la. and cr..' you, tbr groninly,
lot,
L 0
PryArexYlonni•.lll wl.rnryor .10A1N 111.11111 ART.
. . _
roll SALE Olt ON - PERPETUA I LE 1 , 7
—1 will 6:r root, or on pomotnal loaw,onn Inton
oen'24 t dvul by 100 reel 4. elning nth,. .1.
0 000.1 ": °"'' to Mtg
.A11,,
"4¢7dlut. l o i r e,ntroitAg :417
.oro• JASIRIK
Piro 'Chance for Capitaliitianflifainfai-
tarers,
THE ontiorsiped being agent for the own - -
err, offer. for r county. mber withwn lots In the town
Stark Ohio, out lots. and email
rra.rorls of land uljoining and near the town. 51sesillon.
beim; slttumed en the obio Canal. and the Ohio and Penn
sylvania Itallnwd, cow nearly eompletul. paeslng through
it. this realestate alined.. nether, the best opportunity
lately offend, to Dentonn rho may wish to engage In man
ufacturing of almost any de,riptioh. The abundancentid
rheas...vs of fit the newans of hying, the supply of coal for
fuel for steam power, the ptreat quantity of wool brought
to this marget, as well utile factlltles for transportation of
man n ta,t tin.al articles. all combine to mime this nee of the
IVdesiraLletanme eata bilahlag manufactures of Inns.
%Vool..Cotton. indeed of all description which is now afford
ed ln.the Weetent [Dumpy. I,mtrn.red fano, lu the ',trinity of the Canal
and
Rallecad, are alsoofft.red—a tract of W 4 acres of candler:,
thobenwl land. Wm/ Iwtween the Canal and Reilmatt. and
about half a mile from the latter, a Jot of about seven
scree, adjoining the Railroad Depot, along one side of w hi c h
the trot pas", and on two ewes. streets of the town. Ito
el keeper, and merchant* will do well to lopk at this be
fore ther Pnrchaweelsewhere.
The ptwitlon of Slas‘illon. in the heart of en atrrietlltural
tvioo• . 01 sorPnswal by any in the country,well
knows. that 111. deeruel unneenewary to do inure than refer
to It to Ind nee nil who wish to mato good Investments, to
eall andaaanalne this property. Title Indisputable and
long credit given if desired. Ono. Andrew W. Lotman and
Joshua Harm, C,.r , of Pittsburgh, will give ingot . .. Lion
concerning it. and any enquiries will be answered by ap-
Phmdlon to Thomas 31cCulk,ugh, Kent Jareisor the under
4gned at Massillon. DIVIGIIT JARVIS.
31asrillon, Feb. S. febllGwd.
ADDITIONAL SALE
Of Forty Town Lots in East Liverpool, 0.
rjv its recent unprecedented :tale of Lots in
the a lnto thriving Town hoeing nearly exhausted
ose previouely laid Out, and the demand atil t huktlnulug,
Uo, maderalgned has been Induced to lay ou a portion nf
Ma property In limn luta as above, and o f them Mr aide
at
;Ores and names that cannot fell to meet the view, of
Moe. a nt
met purchase. UN needless to ray anything
of the to of the Town mid prolipoeta (it having .been
euffirdently knotted In remnt advertisement.) other than
that over .10 hundred lots hate reemetly changed bands.
a n
Lam.
purchuad by thole wishing to proeum • Mare
d
e.
Ti... ebove lob ore anonym the mart elfltihle sod deeirable
In the else, and ere ;Andean, located In the centre of
Utnee roeuotly gold.
For ittfortntetion D .
,1 theproprietnr In Liverpool, or
to Jame. Blakely, t:no., Fourth neve,. l'
B.
JOILN B. BLAKELY.
Kee Lieerrool, Feb. 204.1)121. feb&ltietlN.
Faceentors' Sale of Real Estate,
•
AT AUCTION. •
mrict,
.BE SOLD,•in Martin
of the
lo,tyy f 4 l , , lll b lad i Tel ‘ t i ne t ttor 31artin Lowr o r.late of
ec ,on Monday. the .tit day of
A. )1.. at the oourt. Mono. In the
City of Plttaburgb, by publir auetion, • 'alembic Lot of
Ground. mituahellll QUA/17 11111, near the ben Basin. In the
01101 Ward. mulainini.. nearly ONE Atilt.: being partof
raiory!. piece of ground which no hold nalivided by te
di Martin Lowry. and other, and 'ditch, by virtue of
thepron....din.. in Partition. In the District Court of
the County of Allegheny, No. rid January Toren, 1H49,
•Miqm.l In wiweralty to the heirs of too mid Martin Low.. WON
dee'd• by metes and tot:WI, Or., as by reference to the
indobiltlon and plan thereunto annexed, and other pro
reeding. In the raw. had, •11l now fully end at large ap
pear. it is unneeessary to enumerate the advantage. of
the Rime property, commanding, u it does, a beautiful
c , expert of the citi soul the two ricer, tieing ewer of se.
/wow for • private re.idence. and abounding in exnellent
Atone fit for building purposes—as they .0 wet' know..
For plan of liar property and further infornution, aPPIY
no Mewl... 1111etiel and Painter. Attorneys and Counieillor.
at lan, Fourth streeL or to either of thhundenrigned, Ex
ecutors of the lam, 0111 and Tontaniont of Martin Lowry,
den d. JANIEE BLAKELY,
JOHN CoLIA ELL,
JOHN N ES): ITII.
11.—The adioinlng . I.h-containing about the mono
quantity of land. Is Kbn hir We. narbAilalkt•
Paper. •
P
RINTING, WRITING, and WRAPPING
PAPV.IL—.3:OI nada, 24 by :VI Printing PaPer;
21 by an
.600 18 by 24. 24 by 32. 24 by 34. 28
by 11. 28 - br 43:
Oat "Dine. Vortory . Pape;
12kr Nils Single Co.. Sb..l`aper.
Donbin
Ilodinnt
.150 Medium and Ednaln emwn Duk..
The undeyehmed nonetantly on hand and for our
or esehattae fir 'tag", larte and gpneral anonrtment nf
Ruled. Cap, Lett, Halloran.. and. Tea Paper, Donut%
Ddarde, dr.. de.
Moo—F . hind of nil Mil, for raper mwmfaeturere.
Printing Parer utalu to order 011 abort notin,
J. L. !MEE.
f 01.20 come, of Penn and Frain .b..
ttE 3IO VAL.—ENG - 1.1511 & - 1) -- a.NNETTT*
rah. °Mem and Dealers In Produk, barn removed
. os. 123 Romnd, and 121 Ilret ata., betamen Wm' and
Plttobura.
.IwW3O.
4 EATING BUILIiING - We are prepar
ed to famish and end std.." .'" . r"
an small Intlidano by steam nr hot grater. and !lava en.
•Faired, W 1111... front the east, to oaeintend ynn-
Worwnw 1.31 ecA !FE. ATKINSON OKLLI.
DRIED RITI.ES—(nbu. sup. li.Appleb;
Nl l lirtat U d RICFETSON.
SUNDRIES--
bble. Large Na. 3 Nana. Marten):
2 , hen. mime Carolina Itkat
SO bake De. Ratted Ky. llnarG
1500 asiella trait
WOO LS. Dar Load;
33 kegs ghee. mental number;
Sbega prime Peat he rain rr.
tio.2 B. For oho be
mO/3 JA3kEs ICOTCLICSOYA CO.
TRANSPORTATION
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
1..51. SPRING ARRANGEMENT. lstil
Furtysix hours to Philadelphia.
Forty-four hours to Baltimore.
miles Railread-10:1 miles Canal.
Two Daily Lines Express Packet Boats.
(EXCLUL 4 IVELY FOR PAS.IENGEICS,)
TO PRILADELPHkA, BALTIMORE AND
NEW YORK
N tt , e ,1 411 ,, :::3 \ ii ‘ t .. 1g , i' v , ,,, :a .. u . L:1 , 1 t,. N t : 8, 11 .,, i t f , 21 .. t , i i r ,:.. 1" , t5 , : ,, C , 1
atener I.y Itailroes4
HOLLIDAYSBITROH,
Ilwre tatina th -
NEW PENNSYLVANIA ILULP.OAD.
Two ilimarni and Fwlrty4l, dirret
PHELADELPHIA.
Time through FORTY-SIX !lours.
Farr to VGlladelpitta. 810. Faro to 11,1:1raore, 55,70.
The Cars Co thin mute am nesr. 4.1' the mast approw.
pal conatrurtion for mmfurt end eusf..ty.
.
...itiirkett leave ever 7 Light
.ntlFvery evening at the twine Innir.
Passengers for Baltimore,
lb arrieal of Oa! at Ilarrf,hurd. take the Y.,rk and Cum
lwriand Hef lnmd. inow fluff bed I duvet to that mty,1•1011.)
fuur mile. I Time. POUR hours
No charge for handling Baggage on this runts..
The IrletVll*l.l Ipeeti make, thb tha toot roulfortat.le.
fate and drelralde nultenow to the Iladtern CUi a.
For pa•+age or informationapply 1..
J. 110L3IES, Agent,
Monoilmhein Boom.
I). LEECH K CU,
Canal Casio. Penn ittret.
S. IL tin the let of July. the l'onneylvialla Itallrona
will be 6isioho.l I. Lockport. whirl, will phortcri the Woo
through NIX hunc.
Pittsburgh, Yebrueo, W. '6l
Manufactarefs Line.
1851 *.= 4 - , " --1 •-•
•
iaMIPPERS ARE IiEREBY INFORMED
11,_7 that thls - LINE. romp:sod outlrely of tlectlon Welt,
Is now In full operstim grid: Willa, to carry s /arcs
qwsutlty f freight In 1%11.1 , 1011a and Usltlnon, seitSsu ,
ushirDing, In as ..hcrt lisp, and at to low rat, a. , any
other nrgular
Stwalio,l arrangetneu.. bale alAu he.
Wm, tatt Johet.mn. 114
IVAaer P. .q rei rart. AleTnnthin
Crtet. Nm• 11.1.211.1. Nl,leyroien.
New,rt, elark'e 1, ..rri. ,,, n0rn , ,. t.eg. , C.
tee
L7l ' t ' co C e.,urt.l rsvin
theJtilax, pr.mptne.s .n erguhuity fn seipm.•ntn.
g r d:,',„.'
inl
W.rehous«.l.l).erty .tort.
se.rond don, - egt of the Canal.
SLII3IER ARRANGEMENTS.
1---3 11 1851.
VIA TAE NOW PENNFYLVANIA
ONLY 31; 17017 ES TO PHILADELPHIA.
GOOD INTENT AND TELEORAPH -
Mail Lines of Splendid Nem Troy Built
Coaches for Hollidaysburg,
And from Olefin 243 Md.,. lei Mr
NEW PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
177-
To Philadelphia, Now York, and Baltimore
enarhes will leave Every 3lornlthr at n eirlor I o'rkek,
P M. and A n'ehrk. P. M.
Extrwi to leaf... at any timre, :Jars in rta.litser•. MIA
I. the twat dirrrt. comfortable. and expedition, rout.. to
the h:asternlith... Paa.....nrvr• for lin.ltithorr take the new
ItallrAut at Ilarri!burg llnwl hn the arri, a.l at the Car. at
that place.
N. LI —Thenoir Orlin, frr the above Line. under rt.
Cborira Ilottl. N... 411 lied arm I. Pia..hurrh.
inch , ) IV. I:. 311,01iIIE.AD. Art..
•
j,A V i N(i. DISPOSED OF HALF MY IN
iII,TEEL.--r 111 IIINGILIJI•S E. LIN . iny brother.
,
0 .. i
:.:1 , : ItlNtillA M. the rumen xi l'itt.knr,h •111 herr
,t,:r i ‘ trhaaart.vi Under the ntyle of . 14 ra. llinr.l.am I
!mrhl ; It'll Mr...MAIL
Binghams' Transportation Line,
gaZL.- 11 " -- lB5l.
BETWEEN
PITTSBURGH Sc. THE EASTERN CITIES.
TercHE CANAL being nal,- open. we are tun
-1; and I,rward prtdardly. Prtalti , ... and
havdirr. ad. ad.l
ISMOI
and 31F ret . :. 1 , 1:1 t.• ands rvard , 4
east clmr, furgrvnlll.l,
rancing fr 1.1,1. oningas.ton..
".'4..4
11 T711WrI r A I II '. .; nwal
Oar,. 1.0,1, \t.,
IllING11),II ImxlZ.
tpcm.: h.q.. and 0.1 . 1,11.1.1pbta.
JA 11r.s 1t'114.1,\, Aco
No Nor. Balthuon.
J A MEA ISINIJII,OI.
5... %c.d.
„ 1
1
' Pittsburgh TranspOrtation Line.
J AMU. , ITCIINNI3II J. CO.. Cann] Ettain. Pit.t.tkurgh.
SITEIL. JAMES k CO.. D.`,..11. ur.. I ke,tl Chrrry rtrryo.
al Stnttil Ft.urtl, rirns:t. kr:t....” Market turd ("Is,
tot rtrrets, ithltatirlpttst.
ISCONNORS C Nnrtn stmt. U.Mttmorr
AiiiNG fully complete,' our arrange
',lire ur t t....l t u tu. wirimnz nt lb.
Li, Irwin thrtialr. to carry ri azvl flaw Pitt , .
bowl, haltimnr, riar
einanti. LOW.% 1,111. and WI iL. Eris .4,1 NS Yyti at
loam ratw and with mow iliwatrh and nn. t Lan mar art,
lir lame. All 1.1 1 .'4 4 4 4,1 hr mar 1.11, nrii fully tailor"l
bi auy War., tri rairr a lirotirtwiw
flat really affordw.l by wry wber
All yrowincilliathion ndarrwil to , orrolreil
lf.h Hall 2 Cri.. Clndonstr Wyth. Lwyrr
Lrini• 1.111 two, will, pranht ntteht:ll,
rw-N. 11. 1.4 r Lizir hrt-wr with the
libilwlelrhin sod Ihtlyburch 1 rarii.rtail.in At.
kW, A
:enchants' Transportation Line,
VIA PENNSYLVANIA CNA
LOUR PIIILA I.l)ri A IiUtECT—WITII.
lIVT /0 , s1111•PINti.
e. A SIcANULTY I CO.. Cann: lissio. 4.0 I, stis,t.
I'll A IZLI.:S lIA YNOR. Contra] M.:h.
drlrlos.
S.. an inNostrist tisrreclro lars,Nrrt,lnt
no) rrlxturri to rhip thr oprott, rAinsis
and all itd , rmnlist. , at liaw, rat., and to
low tinie than In any prwrions
Si/i N. 11. numl...r 0' Truck,
pr0r14..1 hy
Ow Canal 0 - .17,1m0...rip tor ...arryins. mor thr
Stato Railroads, piNrent ryssibility ;,olny rit
Johnstown_ ifolidaishuri, CuliiniLta. this wason.
SleA \ 111.1 y
1.1,10 limns! 11..sein.
1.851
To Shippers of Iferchar4ise, Produce,rD rra. rn-mn .m.l
r.,lskumrac rot,
RELIANCE PITTSIIIUlti;11
TATIoN LINE.
TKINS G 1.'0., Prrprirtnret. Nu. 7qark,t, mmt
C.rnm..rt, et.r.wt. Phlbule
DELI. A - LIGOETT, Samna. Caoal Patiburch.
u. TAYLOR I :AIN. Ayr ntn,
W.. an. ar•pa.r , d, tm the nponit, the Prnr,lrania
mutmet for Frvieht m low rat., and gilr
ahippere m much derpatch and Cate as az, other lam.
NeFELDEN & COVODE,
Riumessors to J..h11 Mei'adrn f
Canal Burin, Perin .)'?reel;
Penna. Rail Road Co.—Central Rail Road.
iiubseiriberil having been
~lnfmm the
tut , . sup ruerchaudtte or prekluer 'Ur etiltununt east on [be
opening , Ittiu,uul•
611.1 • •Una route 0111 be carried throoph In fire duet
nd .11 cnntiUneel Ie ferwurd.et free
of
rUnt tat
lon or charge for utunneee.
una tr, ULADC.PIII4 AND prrrmann.
Dry Aiaxls. Doelks.:tati.knary.eutlfry.C..nfk...-
tu.nary. Fruits. Frathert. Furniton, Drum Modirtne.,
Saddirry, Wm!. Z. Lc. F1.00'8300
lierdwor, gurenswaro..irorrrits. Paint& DI I, btu!, Oil,
Lenther,Clover. Flax. Titnnthr end vtleer I;rn.v.
9h" 100.
Hann, 114.11. Fork, Butt. r. Lard. Lard Oil, Tollarn,
Grain land Rao, 1.1 lOU
iT. ' .
Bonei.
/Ohm Marblot (rough) Tar. Fitch.P.r.rin,Gerninn C 1.1),
jA
jan:in MrFAVEN it COVODE.,
QELLERS' IMPERIAL COUGII SYRUP.
I —lt is cheap, easy to take. rand highly etlßta;zione.
Atironawr . Clot. March 2 1 J. la.a.
Mr. 11. E: children. the others. have , been
culvert to trouble...otos mughs. nod hating used different
remedire to very little ourpom, I was induced by eater
themients bout your Coutzb S.rtto to war It e Inal. I
wave It to Ito of my boy, and alt, tomy daughter several
ditferent nines. and It has never failed to cure them.
I hove reeasattnended It toy nelnbb,rs, and do most
mnscienclonaly believe that it to
the bra rough modielne
that bm ever been offend to the oolitic.
tom, ta - ranNo. W
P t-s
arenal:Bold not pt Malt their A
0.1111,11,1 to Ara *wirer front
cough. when they may be curial by e .1.5 et. bottle of this
BTruP.
Prepared and told b. R. E. 111.A.LERK
mehs) 22 'Wood at.. and DennWist nonerallY.
OLL BUTTER—A few bhL.. on band and
for sale by
e x. 122 tteenud. and 1.11 First et.
11:) , RIED.ITACIIES--551) ho. for sale by
- • 1101tIbON. LITTLE co..
meht “2:.•:, !Abell) at.
. .
- -
pOTAKII-6 casks .(pure for salo
tuch3 WICK A MeCANDLI.I43.
TRIED A•PI'LES-7I 1 ter, for solo by
• Inetst , WWlt d tIoiIANIIi.E.S..
. _
‘g EL L E S' MEDICINES.- - UNLIKE
•
OTIIEIt PATENT MEDICINES."
Extract from a letter. da4 , tl
tice.,aartatmur. Feb 21. 3,1.
Mc. T. .E. &Der, —l , .ur 11..Pente. nohlte nil other
Patent Medicine, m the, o. more nit nm.
popular. The half goons l'ills.aeelt m.. 1,0. week ,. . ag o. are
nearly all gone.
Every one who make. use of tour hiaer P l ii••
and Couch !tyro), npralot iu atm.: versa
( ?U5e . ...F0.5 1
qualities. ac..
arar - Tben Fondly M..diciruts are Prepared
and of the heat mat _rift],
l l ' . Wood
atm.. and rose be Li of Denney..
UGAR 1101:SE 310LAS.SEL7ii
O It tAub lirtnery. m rtnr. ass,ll% r
mth4
" In oak MA.. In
vA In ani". vu~l
I.:" . s7t.ITERM A N
ASI net. r. awl 1,12 rout A.
•
_
FISH -10 1.61. prime large No. 3 Mackerel,
IYrtnvll..pertlArL
10 Baltimorr
mrhA L. S. WATER MAN 1 :ION:,
11FLIEb
l'«aohr, nab. by
L S. WATERMAN A AIANIL
•
. _ .
'OA NNERS' 011,—:-•25 bbl. t r.de by
m , 1 , 5 • INN:RION. LITTLE SM.
TUBS Sc. BUCKETS-430 doz. Bucket;;" --
1,
TON ' Dr
m,bs
1.. ,I. WATERMAN A:
-110LASSES—'7.00 bbl. N. 0.. for Bale Lp
toch6 k W. WARICAEGIL
CANDLES -50 boxes Mould;
11•• am
=lO 10q
ti r TiVrt. CO.
CLOVERSEED-50 bu. ree'd, far sale by
cube . FL vr.rtaaaarult.
lIEEMPSEED bbl. for mile by'
11 meblo J. KIDD k CO, Cau Wood st.
OIL-10: bbi, reed, for sale by
azbe MEM UT= a CO.
PHILADELPHIA
I.romAs wiirrt, BONNET 31.ANC
FACITEEtt, No. 11 %truth mud 6t 'L (above
Itt. coat t.hle..) Philadelphia. 64.13:1a •
. .
Ira n I.o•Lar Motaaars.,
AGA_LEY, WOODWARD A Co., Whole
_up rale Gromra No. Z. Market no Plaladelphla. KS]
BUCKNOR S CO. Tobacp
C. 13.11.4010 Merchant, No-11 NortljWater Moot.
ou Id North Wham, l'hilalettaala.'
,oual
)M ERCER RCER ANTELO, General Commis
, aloe Mort-haat, Philadelphia: Llbrral Wean.,
mode onconahrninonts of Proluce RrD Sallr, latattakon
LOZCZT W.I,ISWL.ITCR
W. POINDEXTER . CO. General
thmrnleetuta arid Farwsming Mereluus:tsand FlOll,
ere. N0......76 Market 11 1 111.1. t. Plane& jr2e
To Southern and Western Merchants.
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•
It9 r l i l ,
exterodee Mock of Perfumery.ficapkgsWi r = a
e. to which seven Miter and two Golden Models hare.
within the imt Team been awarded by t limUtutea of
New York. Boeten. and Philadelphia. the
la
rer bd.: the
only °olden Medal. twer awarded for perfumery either in
Europe or In Mb ceuntr3
UNalerazu 811.4.006 Card w. (Almond. Ito.,
and Ambro.Ml.) univereally aeknowledged tobeFuperior
any tqleving Cream 11l this country or Europe.
Otreertma FOR Erovra-Beautifirlly
highly farm.... and emollient propertiem
aponan... Com poundeAmbreral Skating Tatlek Milita
ry rhavin: xmo.
Srrninor Tontr Sotra—Almoral. RAW, 31i1letletinollon.
quer. Piethrhio. Musk, Patehously, Omnibus, Fluting,
Timerwrent, :Rive thil. md Orcasslath
KIIITA,(11 roe ay, litmaniciners.—ltnee, Jaerdn. Boty
ooet Candfue. Vier - mount, Jenny Mou,weline.Jock
, , Club. llsanoli,C3entavir. Citronelle. Rome, Auld
other v sthoth, to
all sixty dithineit Peraittnea.
Tothr: IV•itE , —Florlda Vae, Eau e Toilette, Ormgr
Flower Water, mit. great variety of Colognes and Layne
der
Per r kt.‘11 , ,,, ron THZ ilearithil, Antique
1 1 mUld:lilak., FAY 1.11.1.41, Oloioo, Ceti:pound On Sian
+. Hair hi old and to powder, and Itikernor,lth4.
:due, na4 Jenne land Putuados.
Olvovnthth I'mrvevnoos—lislxamle Elixir, Rasa Torah
l'bureord lientrinee, Wood re, Tooth Pasie,and Tooth
_yowler.
Comenex--ViTetable Connetle Cream. Arnandlue fur
1.{.P.,1 handl, Cold Cream of Rom, Cream de Pen, Wp
Salve. Raspberry Ceram, Or.
Dm:lstory Powders, for removing superfluous hair Pearl
Powder. Vinalgre de Rouge, A: math, Vinegar, Victoria
Hair Compovition. Prexton Sa,
mined
a this
variety of
other articles, too nunietem To be mined In this sdvenise ,
ninth
The
trobaeriller hoyent to maintain the p ipz F lanon which
ILI, eatabllehment tun =quirk. by ilis of nothing hot Mat rate article, end will bk., nanny to orenen Owe
w h o a.a,a,teh Ia ,[ll/211LP blot . Pltber wholeade or retail.
an I, 11 reaiimable any witoldlkment In the United
Mann. ZANIER BAZIN,
Summar to nail former DietZ6Lf,i i lte ß htborattry of
114 Quanta et.
Mr. kaki', Perfumery to for =do by oil the Prinoilia
,Drioniiiito to theromtu.
NEW YORK
PRINTING INKS
1,11 UTCIIINSON d; Co., Nol3 Spruce Street,
NEW YORK. Wholesale tomnufnetnlvra of the hest
• ENGLLIFI Pt:INTIM; INKS. for Steel and Lith,
starlit Feinting, and he Fine Book and JO , Work, which
thei n trarrant to be rtnoprtott of the parent malarial., and to
" Iho e t:L il lints ' VnVin ' fi=lc ' ef " ;es e . ttelt me tont. a rich.
In ruse and perstartenry to Pork ropetiortoretti other gxte note
puam. 1 _ at p ri ces varying front TO eta. to 04,00 per 111,
riTante,, u shade and
quality Tarriun front 81,01 , to SZ,OO per lb. mchrtklim
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS!!
XIOULTON S. CO., Successors to Jon,
no.cosa. a Co., vi e Ceda and 22 Pipe eine., New
line invite Merchants ltirm New York City, to their
immetue Mach of Portion nod Domestic Fancy and CLaplr
Dar liouto.
Their stork le entirely new. and In addition still receive'
by elm, iqsnumn., new and elegant axles , confuted ezelo.
In
to this buxm, confining of every varietv Dm,.
tem!. In he found in the /Vend, German. Eltstia'akuid A no
minm omelets. and at primes that will defy romprtitora.
la,da buyers and Pferehanta generally - will do well to
call and cvmalne our stock., a.. 4 one glade are adapted to e.-
section of the country: and we are rasolved to rove no
Oinry. to make It the interest of everymerchant to favor
to with their pat-engage. JAMES S. 310CLTON;
JAMES W. BARRER,
ZENEAS NEWELL
Nme ruEl. March. 1351.—[50ch244.12w
RENION IL.
WX. WARTMAN & Ca,
_ . .
No. 79 S; 81 (late 76) 3IAIDo LAXE, -
NEW YORE.
Direelly opparite the 01d Stand.
I\UFaCTURERS AND JOBBERS of
u. put L of
Und, wi xvrz—lrrarr cUlti m E
ußttm_tnv
-
vM,N, Merl. Ara Cotten. Domeate mvl Pan
BIESIEMI=
!gni:V.B4'k of men "
Fancy o.llk and Sall. Ileary Engilph .51ndru.,
Itahao. Prinve Albert Borathers, Trilled Indian
Satin.
//andlerch,../.—Cr.n k r, Linen Canal.ric..te..
and Engli..b, oew etyk., Dornefttir
. !LW Lilatetl
T i l . ' ,7 "a • ' " ' d th" of
Lm
L'i , Limn
. .
:wns—V.lrct.Cnsltmerv.Engll3ll, Frourb and
al., .o'l..
firtter,r for ~..4ntlomcs, and Indies -3 7arirti of
Bribc of nil qualitiec
W.gruld.turite particular attrutton to our Oomeotio
Knit I ...l... , turit.Dravtors. and tloni.r...
tl. ICAKESIAN a. CO..
ruthPtt2tutt., 79a. Si Malden Lane.
TO THE LODE F.EErERS OF THE EXITED STATES.
SHYER PLATE, QUICKLY RESTORED
rr Arr 1.1,411,1 or trit
SILVER PLATING FLUID.
trareuyoUrf pie. v.v , irfadvm. or lA, wet', returnni.
g l luis FLUID is coniposed of pure Silver;
ha. h e uved br hon.. kyeiwnw In New York for the
lavi Eve stol Is beyond. • nevvasary articli lo the
, b•lnevtie eeeourty. Any puma ern. In a fear minute, re
et°, ullnal beauty old plated tkode. such as Caatora.
Caudlevtlekv.Cwt.e Itaake.. Carrie,. nod lIIWOOTS
Yurni
torw. Military Erlipmeut, itr.• or piate with pure sliver on'
' Bra, Copper. or German :Over. The warrantee usuf.
firmed !.,1- it. futrdurtion Into verve family.
Pelee rents pee Louie. A lihrial itvrount to Jewelers
and Peary I{ , vdr dealer.
For c.le JOILNJ. BROWN.
cavhlade,tartT 1113 Fulton atrict, New Tort.
Shawl and Mantilla Warehouse.
S. MILLS, No. I CORTLANDT ST.,
1p rtairvo NEW YORE, tv now opening one of
I lareyet and riehost a......ortuudde of tlffßlNti A-ND
SINMEit SiIAWL, ever 'bolomm ed. Al. LACE
111 and all kinds of SILK MA N TI LLAS. want:fart-a
tr,to the law., Per:a fa.hlon, received by the steamers
adapted to the Opting trade. .
Mk..+plendid atock of PAILtta..I.S AND
FIRELLAS. ronsiding of fritured and plain talon! eutt.m
end 'Elk stal Turk Satin Parasol, and Cotton and Ging
ham Urotrylla., All of which will be offered at extremely
low pri,x, W....specially Invite our Wavdere friends to no.
amine our .arkb.fure prOvlotaltig.
WIE.E.I , IIOW ;;TANDS. fur e.hibitlou Shawls and
Mantilla., put up In emevllw Onus - porta:ion. febllaf
SPRING IMPORTATIONS.
C. B. HATCH L. CO.,
NO fa W It.LIAM PIKER?, NEW rows.,
ttIAVE non . iv store, and are constantly re
mining 1-v meamer, the moat extensive anortuir.nt of
Imp.tes, NO GOODS. ever. before offend.,
embraelna the latest and rivhest styles of CrarataJnltirts.
tl.ue, tqivpendere. Coder Garment, London
TPA. Kturk, Oiled Gown, Handkereltiefs.
Stmulder Erne., Linen Collan, with variety of other viii
be
titae to their line of busine,... All of which will
be aald ratthv very lowv‘t prior,. Our Weetern friends ore
Inv thy] to examine oor Mork • fetAilatn.
Superior Black Writing and Copying Ink.
ONE'S E:UPI - RE INK, R. 5 Nassau street,
.11 New York .
11217 PORT] TO TOO MAO,
41 at , ocm per dor.- ..... .410 150
100 4
.cent
On draught, per erailo -n. .... , '.
Thts le the I,mt article manufactured. It Ilmos.frorlT—.
le ..I COPYING INli—and wilt hot oarrode. moutd.
p
rolaltate 0? 'free and tome.. olLthe.litles a
nd
for a sp.! ttriung Ink, suitable for the Quill, and ed.
mlrably adaptrd for the Ftoel.Pon.
The uudere.gned prerdzed furnieb to the mule ei.
taut for export ban. enannapthm, at the eh... Tory
lay prirts. put up . per order. and delivered In an. part
of tag
s ciy tree of char.. No charge for mem fferrela
or keg a. charued extra at nett 0.t.. •
Quart, per dor.—
•TILEODORE LENT.
Gibely Naexan at-. New York.
ffiurphy's Self-Sealing Advertizing Ravel-
VO. 263 *ADISMST., NEW YORK.—
_l.laubser lb,. ha soliciting [hope trortaze of all whO
cray re, this adeeitlreenent. feel]. none of that her . ita .
with which II new article la hi . ..Kiri:it before the politic Th e
tablWard their anpertorlty be.
of tr "" " f „he.trellina
rood all ques on. and he confidently re rex o
or of tho, hostile. men who bare used these entelon
rQ to his floridly Stimuli:let sideli. as proof of their excel
etire.
BD=
I.t. On tbe plan aceoptied by the real.. terra mar
have his tuma. &winces, and addm , .. eounlkuulldr am ,
I~outlSuliy emhomed, colored or Plat. lbw affording ter
-4,f efueritY =Mort fraud.
Mt The Eurelopee cannot be Opened without being de
ntroyed,
Nolther war nor wafer"; are required to real them.
41h. Utem the mbe,m7faue ot letter. the real insures!.
immediate return to the eender. lusteml of being burled
mulatto in the Dead Letter. on
prifoth. The EnvDue,elop. are furnished at almost the same
ce. &TOM",
eth. Lech letter mailed 13 a moot erretivaagluertirecoeut
FU re to attract the attention of all through whose hands It
M gleranirlTlC is a liat of prices for Dart engraved 00
bras, and which will l=et for your,. to of Lecttorm. of
the wont she, either white or buff. of mud Pol., and
made sm ahoy, With name. whirr/ma,
J'riusf ji'nee. illerefeyes mode ar
Cd letters ur ....
:$l.l
NJ to 40
40 to RI A,iq .100 .. . .... /0-.511
ICtunibteta 10. t to I
ithen it is not sonsenient m fseward amount of opler oo
ppee u u l , rapmeMl e rulers., tot reepretaitle
. Sew York .
softitti..t. Ali on's , " wW i ttleijorg i f i rp
attention. If eddrusset..
Xe. Radian street, New York.
Onints will be altrfldN to en7netly. if Jell at the storm
of Meer, siren !tom al eh street. or or ?Leese.. 11.
...linter, a William at.
• . n.—undoes. Cards. i.021 - ....41 to color, from =me
lilt, at elo.lo ,r tbousend. fetradgut
Professor A. C. Barry's Tricopherous,
tkR MEDICATED COMPOUND, infallible
fur roweing, invigorating, awl beautifying the hair,
rel.:slog the scoff. dandrut and all affectiow , of the scnltt.
o „,ertog ...lob,' on theskin diseases of th e glands,
won,. and Inc. gemouts,awl relies - lug sting, rota. brub
st... 'qt... Or. With this promention 'Shen. is no such
word as /ult . ' The first wernale in Arnett. mtdical men
of the !kigh rot mitten.. prominent ettlsons of all pref.-
...nod null, e bare used it w i t h years in h a trca.
ong n... and tairWrio,, milMit It one aceord, for
imparting vizor, ialtllfiAnne, tad curl to the hair,
ursiteutiou scurf and dandruff: healing wounds. CutiaC
contusion. sprains. stingy kn., and releieing disemmt of
the skin. the glan d
. and the 'manles, it has wine]
acmes . the mointode of ortuttumnds advertised to the pol
ite 711-11.0.4., nr 1...4.111111man pruetlea therteatattata
ae egicittney. Barry's Tyr:sphere. if Unrillal.d. The Im
otton
pp sule. or the mtkle,.have enabled the luventor
to supply net :0 mots per bottle. which It from 60 to 100
the
cent lout than the mice of any other eurmatratton Cur
the halt.
Otto in se. Me ....milk imam on the hair
awl the embracing the valuable direction. fir the mil
lers and 'n eepresstreati f ure', choimet ornament, in
to whi..la earl; bottle ttncied. Mate worth the money.
The ailinlty tetecern the Membs which constitute the
skin and the hair. which draws itsmateruguen from this
tripleenvelope. It eery de.. diseases of the hair orr
gnato to the skln of the Wade. It the parrs of the wrath
c L. Yd. or t(th e Moot and outer Colds do not circu
late froclff through the mull easel: 'which feed the root
with moLdnre. and. Impart Ilfe to the Obrev. the resit it
runrl.Mthdtmit. .bedding of the halt , anti harsh...is of the ligaments, and entire WM.., mile
care may bet. Stimulus (bean, to hulthful warm with
the Trlcepherous, and the torphl vesachy morning their
actleitY, lIIILIDIUSW the Mee... In all sffertions of the
tin. anti of the substrata of couseles and hatemainemts.the
It==l:r h ;l4?"ol . t r t . UL l' glrtn7l7 . , th O a t t.Vtel% " 4, '"
hash , aPeethcartlea, and In all affect/one. and In of
rem
time man. It is a eo.reign remey,
kohl in large bundle. price th cents, at the principal of.
Cs. 11:y.lwab New York, 8.1 lby the principal me m],
- ants and drtiggbet Limon/Meet the United Make Made..
lola. doe
kha
ICE largest Stock of Blank Books, of
Mla of bta,ll4,•to orend
M. R. flArrn Blank Bonk item
shake[ and !mod sta
. 3,,.b.. n t0 aro_ loonorted to call me. comlootoor KW
oud DEMI zusair Worts. whirl. an dieted at lower
',Kos am the, mr borne= la . •
Root AM . M. WPM
ST. IAUIS.
PAVLD C. TATTLE. Attorney at la
amt Courrabriouer for New, Irarda., Bt.
oounekuoicatkeug prompur &lammed. • ca. 1.341
JOliN H. RANKIN. Attorney. and Co
?Rice al
for and CauvoriaateaT ice the Stele
eenoryteradru d, Me, (lye lt
a Itoburgh.)
Refrren,r—litottrargh: lion. IV. Lonnal. 7.la3mitou
Maier: .11 . Czudiess McClure. John E. Parke. Iluurils
*reels. McCord t Co. audjkla•
BOSTON
. ,
AIi=CAW H 01784
it ANOVER. STREET, tIOSTON •.
T HE undersigned having entirely re:
".,i,ssd.sisrisd
about bove extonalveostabliabi '7,1
went. round i s in all three hUndtad and Mr
moa, w..uld revectfultr gig, notin, th at It b novel ad
for the rnattakm And ticenromodatlon of the travtllhttp
romtutioltr.
..,._,.....4,,,H.'
An extetaled notice of the unteurpaared e t ia.e tts .... •. ... "'
Roa. I...teemed superfluous. se the tlUrtbeTolll amnia,
meta., alkali haws law. mad,. cannot be raoperl7Shl,.._M I .
an edverti , ement Stith., It to i1 a1......P... .. r .....-•
spared in render MIT an...P.l'l+,ler,
___i. -a
The furniture was made expenedr to order, renaro.4at ....
met and metaln portions of it. vapeclally the E t ralrtblt
to
will be found to ta• of.the to t twantiful =Warr- -
tin, The Dinina rooms are ealtarjrnas and the hours S X
. • 11l brto arranged as to suit the.G.13T11:400...r.
aniT-fe.
. 1
Every department will be eunducted jin an unexeepti nit.
ble manner. and. the proprietor Plialgra himself that tha.
American Howe ehalnx:trvirthe Teneelle • Rom : t
febikitawilawfaoT. ! L E WIS ARM
•
Ile great ressailefer amsmaption of as I.tmpei ar,mmi
ft. Luce, Aggliona, Bronchitis, Alms or lrealawrs
L'reog or Limps, and other ,Fifir tiongste the
A111.4;4,171 Orpons.
117 E 00 not What to trifle with the lives d
V V health of the afflicted. hot we sincerely pledge 'l (Per.
rot MS to make no assertion as to the virtues of this Medi.
doe, and to bald oe' hope rei euffering husesnlty,'
facts will out svirmnb
It, Sloe, of Icelmil,and the Pine and WILL Cherry;'.are
~,Lathy celebrated f i g the roar, of all dtriases of the Ltibas
and layer, which am so fearfully prevalent It all Norlietra
latitudes. From a cenabimtlort of ehetrlleld extracts. 1 te
emed from this Mom and those Treee. IR. Warsk's s
L. or Wme Ch.. I. Chiefly' formed.
AiriTistar's Itabom of Wild Cherry Ls a Om vain
arm:atria. composed entirely of Wild Cherry But lad ;(be
genet. ' , knit Moss, (tie latter Imported expressly for ibis
purposit) the rare enthral virtues of which rare alma emu.
bloat by new chemist! proem. with the extract of Ta
thus modeling the whole eollapOtind the most certain nit
efllcaMons remedy aver dimovered for the •
CONSUMPTION OF TILE LUNGS. •
ItIaCEDITARY CONFtIMPTION Cured by Wlstalfs /
soma Wild Cherry.—The following case of Joreadala Is.
Mies, of ColarnmPtion. (tee of Ids brothers and sisters
vim( died of Comoraption,) is trull'aunderfedi
11.7-. AN T. poor. Ilimiltoff co. &Pt,
d. Is. Pot—Dem Mg I take the liberty of ititralna
of the benefit I Itave derived from the one of Dr. Mettle s
Balsam of Wild Cherry. I wits prostrated byWhat terry' le
smudge: Cotoomption. to May fast. The attack was ts, tr,
horrifying to me. for Ere of our hmllf , (my brothers
.mere) had did of Coommption. :as .011tiggl
nearly nll the worst features of the dlemot I bads &arr►
tog miugh, and expectorsted a great deal of Weed: hectic
raver. ',Tem pales Its the'ckle and d.5e,....5d astis,
auting with Inches of heat
."
I was under the are of a skillet rhydeisa. from the
time I was taken sick until about six weeks dom. helps
then afoot helpless. sod my'lfriends consldered my cam
broadest. or at kart beyond our physician's skill; adrqed
the OM of Wistefs Calmat of WWI Cherry. Without Pty
knowledge. my Miler promised It. and imminent:ea adMito
(skiing kto me, and from the first day I cotrunincril O
leg It say health improved. and In two weeks' Pieta the
time I commencell raring It. 1 was able to be oat and oar.
see my Mahood, and labor, which Tirtill maims( to do}
hare taken faar battle. of the medkine, and now comaider
myself perfectly well. , JEFLZ3IIAtif
X 444•4 ' 1 4 - 4
•
Clam Porn, Late Co.as...juna 11, '44.
JO. D. Pen:—Dear Sir In July. 1100, 1 nattarlacbcd
wil Y lu 00,0.01 typhoid ammeter, *Melt lett me Ina very
debgitated state, when, i• the following winter. I was ta.-
ken with • sex fti cold, which reduced me to mach an 00'
I tent as to gire toe the stmestranceorit matirmed ettornmp
tire. I lathresi under a sew, eough-wrpectoraled agarat
deal. and was Moulded with and feet and night sweats.. ,I
also frequently ut•el blood from my Wag. 1 cootlnued
In Mils slate. gralually sinking ultuhir the Ms... until
January; Deli, when I sew again attacked with tare,. My
blends derpalred of my an 4 fflyphyrlcians thought 1
retold survive but a short time. My extremities, especial
ly my fret were emutantly told, amtaltered lost thole lbel.
log. find, these eireamcianere It maybe truly natal tem
a Bohm skeleton- I Tasty deternahal to quit eating me=
dlrines preeetibui by physicians, and fry Dr. Wistar's Bal
e= of Wild Cheri,. and frusta the firet week that I cm
menewl taking It I ran datc a grad.' moron.. Torn:al.
ued its. use eix month, at the end of which time T woo cur
ed; L od en,yed geed health ever since: and cheerfully re.
eornmetat the Balm. Grail thew afflicted with threats of
the lunar- and Weald say to theft commenting Its use, not
to be discouraged if two or three bottles do not affect •
curet but perecterw. I have done. and I barn no doubt
but nitte caws cat of Wit, 00111 In blessed with =eared
health es I hare been. Ibuiretfully yours.
- JO s 6. 11 Jd.CITSON.
Warn= TO TIM. 4,11000 WITH ta..11.5 OP 700 00000
Pram Dr. lister. SpTingt.<l4. W....hingtork Catnap, Ky.
51T.C.11132.. Er, May 14.'49
Mersrs. Stanford & Parke—.l tate this °poor& oily of In
forming you of a most remarkable calm per kneed unon •
me by the nee of Dr. Wister's Dalsard of.Wlld Cherry.
In the year 1040, I was tal.rn with aA lollamatbin of tho .
hovels, which I labored turd, for nit tierkl,srheds I Kral.
leafy recovered. In the fall of 10411 was attacked with •
severe roll. alalch,EoStnt inset( noon my langs. and far the
roam of three sears I was moaned to MT bed. 1 tried .11
Call of medicine, and beery 'artery of aid, without ben,
it. and thus I wearied along until the whiter of 1.1.5.
when I heard of Dr. Wister's lialmm of WILI.Chem-f. My
friends perms:led me to give It a trial, though I had items
up all hopes of recovery, and had prepared ePreelf far the
change of another world. Through their colic:Winne I wee
induced to make nor of the gtnuine Ulster's Delano
Wild Cherry. 'The effect was truly astouLalaing. 'Aft, 0
three years of addiction and suffering, and after Wing'
arced four or tive hundnd dollars to no porrasc, and the
best and meet rearectable physicians had prayed unavail
ing, I was seem restored to entire health by the blesaing of
Godard the nee of Dr. Wirtar's Dalsom of Wild Chomp..
May the blrreing of God net upon !the proprkturs of a
valuable a meilkine ro Wistar's Balsam of Wlldtterry.
Your, 111., -I,thilirt
leTby J. D. Psnclencet....to Eanfont t Perk,) Fourth
and Walnut strects.Cintinnan.Ohio, General Agent iv UK,
:tontb nod Wet. to sawn oil orlore must to addreeeret. •
J. Kidd k Co.. D. A. Fahneetret - k Ca. J. A. Jeln , , L.
Pitteburntn Le.. A. Dent bans. A flegpeny t.ll,
L. T. Euenell, trn.leington: L. IL Itreie. UninntOiro. 11.
Weft", Greensburg: E. Korntt. Somers.: Scott et Oiln:ure,
Bedford: Rand t Son. Iltannsl.lnraMmOre,lftliidarAurs;
Illidetanna k Co.. Indira.: J. K. Wrinht, Kittanning;
E.. k Cn.llr,okrilin A. Wil.nu d. SAP, ITarrienbarr:
Maaralnd k Co. N. Callender, 31.11111eLEurton • Co.
Erin Graham k Fork,. Menet: James Kelly dr Co. But
ler. S. Emith, Intsren .1..0. nuniroreton, Warretn-re L 4: C.
Et Jon., C:mMernvert. P. C.T.oker.jr..
• ieblSallkw (Ina
The Elliman Body Must Perspire,
Q 0 SAYS NATURE. to have a healthy ap
tj pewee.; Loa persons +hod° not mg.', are 11.a}.
tn the most diegustiug natal...A. None, Janne Dalian
Chstnleal neap etase+ atred perspire/am, and at the same
thne asolllll. and Wt.. the skin. dirina It the testa.
ofminfan's.
Seam: ealt Rbountlaril Sore, aro not .:7 healed. but
eland by Its WteclLS ayleut PhYakima , la N. Nark bmo,
Sivne it in Imeh ome, WM Mid it unfailing—. amo.
Simko, Illottlax Freckle, oranyother Mattawan, The
trader is assured that this iv no oven... yorkvi noenra.,
one trial wlll prove. I email enumerate at least
tenons cured of sore hod. sore leg, and to, beard. .
Bay It—and the reader is attain waned I would
CU< 10/ it tor the, obove, unless 1 knew It to be ill I Mate.
Those who an liable to chafed. cracked.or chapped flesh,
.11 Mad thin not only'a cure. but el preventive; and I can
now only add. that an alnistosi with any of the above,
r similar dinners. wil l
Mal thin all, and even More (adatt.
;able In Its properties) than I state.
.1*- But, reader, the stores are timbal with imitation,
boyhenum. you ask for Jon.' Italianehemical Sown—and
buy it only of WM. JACKSON, only Anent in Stte t b, r iab,
hod of. Wood.
Pearly White Teeth, and Pura Breath, to
be bad Wu 15 mak—PT./151 . ...1r he either. am bacon
iejaltt'ir
25' teoe erur .o fi
sue ' attrl ' itat..t thar
a
that net... of Jo Juno.. Tot ' att elute will wi t s.V.e .
the 4eLh.m white a. aeon. slat the breath odortfetaitir
nowt. . . . .
Sold eels' at JACKSON'S Store. 240 Übert7 at. held of
Wood.
•
A Scientific Tim; Tonic, Restorer sad Beau-
Lt"......TriA Pottle, Me cent. Those bo have ward
doers' Coral hair hrsuder. know It excellent lltalitie--,
thou. rho have not. are usury It to Noes, the. follonleg
qualltiee,—lt *ill forte the heir to screw en thypart shun
nature Intended hair to lan, Flop it fallhth am send
or dandruth and make light nvL or grey hair grow dark:
For rendering the bath eon andsilky, nothing nary exceed
this—it =the It truly beautiful. and keep, it en It la.
deed. the molt economical—yet superlor—nrtkle for the
Lair.
So only at WM. JACKSON'S Store, 'AO Lthestr
kcal or Nikod, Pittoburtan
Peicce—hThi ante, mut., end SI.
JONES' Solution of Jet, a Liquid Hunian
Bair for the ot inuiur of ,srbite. nal. or MY hairehu•
beautiful bream, or black dot color, In a km minutes.
ewl—SU coot, end El.
cold by JACHAO.N.2.IOLibetty eteeet,headat Weed,'
MVO uruh.
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• JONES' LILLY WIIITE.--Ln.dies are can
je"foleuaiaet
'Avere 111 41:tfully i ft r a ' jlirlow Et le to p ad ilt ltted
':`": 1?;
WI Wt
Janes' oplulth Lilly Whlte. ! repbkaruelawhirhwa
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' It Is perfectly Innocent,
the
Ain of all de/donna
qualltJec and It Imparte to the Ain a natand. healthy, al.
absence, clear, bring whlt at the e tinte attlng as ea t .
made on the skin. mation ltanft 0111neva.
Sold' by the Animb WM. JACKSON, Zlit Llbertyttreet s
wl
bead .f Womb Pitteburah. Prices:23 an t s. ..
deoltlytayt4
Needles' Celebrated • -
, .
.
--
fiO3IPOUND 111:31LOCK PLA-STER.
vv The k highly medicated ...re have her. ion4le kir
more than twenty yea. during which time they hoe.
f12'.',7, 1 . 0 . P7 Mga ,7 4trk ,, 1 , .V'A.T`.1."`0 0 0, Pu', .
.i,,.. of the Llghelt miner., to whom their nunpoll
tion ho. betio submitted. hate stem the Matt Bartering
te rn iiais sa to their AllMiCr virtue over allother_plae
te sold.
Theililyograltents
d. of
render them their corn rosttkii; very earefnllP and
.... ereutdue peoarly
T„,,,,,,q. set/ming •Ith pulmonary &acllime. applicable to
F. p.m to the breast, resulting from protrzeted colds,
lepooping cough. and MOO Ali. 111 Iblll.lloo, neniudgio
did to the body, the...tidal eh-v.ler to bennti
qued lon or dispute. As a remedy In Lumbago. their so
,..irity over all onrwerd application, such as liniments,
FLas been folly eh...limed by the num, urn eilecteat.
or nn weak.. and palm lettbr back and Lisi,insalthur
ii,rlosialses o f the kidneys, a , ., their sty
rlM=AZOtt,"tjt rti=b<4:reb";:d.rttrgVg
application. To such ao WI. with rhumatle 0 .10.. (
these
Plasters aro reomunended, with thin confildrut e.urance
that their benefkiel etects will he Pim. very deelduL •
For sale, wholesale 4.1 retaiL by •
meh6
4'l'' Si:UTILE!, L'r R edd.
Closing out the ltire Stock. • '
GREAT BARGAINS.—A further -relive
tion in prows. The rebtalber whelloc to elope oat
-the loslenee of tan stock of F13:07 and litaole Dm Gaels br
M. lot ltt _AMU heal. would twyeettully call the atteatioto-
Of Mt 0/4 customers =I the gather; who are Lo went • f
ioleel nods et fifty bez amt. below former p2lOOl. :To any
Thrnmx riskinsc to ootoseenee boggle:wren Muketotteet.
anM to. • Mel oppototatity. as he .111 40.1 , 000 of - the bal
my of the melt on literal terms; with • orthe Ortmw
whie.h hay wooled for over lb yeeelb_elott %imam
leta Dually rade. lON. N. G.&
N0t..30 New Twit more. !least et: Nttleberg
OPREMS 7 -10 bblo for ealet
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EMCEES