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00% EZWARD ON TEE IVOITIVE SLAVE
The following is Governor Beward's letter to
the Convention of the opponent the Fugitive
Slave law, held at Boston. •
Anntnut, Saturday, April 6, 1851
• twat Bit--Your letter • inviting me t 6 attend
• Come:titian of the People of 3fassaehusetts
paled to the Fugitive Slave law, sad to comma
ideate in writing my opinion on that statute; if
1 should. be unable to attend the Contention, has
been ieceived. •
Widl443ffering the pressure of duties here too long
deferred as an apology for non-attendanie, I
pray you to assure the Committee in whose be
hi; you act, of myprefound sense'of theircour
testy and kindness. It would be an honor to be
Invited to address the people of Massachusetts
on any 'abject; but it might Well satisfy a gene
rous ambition to be Called upon to speak to that
grtit and enlightened Commonwealth, on a ques
tion of Ilmnin Rigida and Civil Liberty.
I confess, Sir;; , that I have earnestly desired
not to mingle in the popular :discussions of the
Menetties of the last Congress. The issue ne
commit"' involies the claims of their advocates
and advernaries in the public councils, to the con
fidence of the Some of those advo
cates hive entered the political arena crimina
tin those' lioia whom they had differed, while
Others have endeavored by extraordinary means,
tither to Control discussion, or to suppress it al
together, and thus they have shown themselves
disqualified by prejudice or interest, for practi
sing that impartiality and candor which the oc
I em unwilling even to seem to imply by reit
erating argamenta already before the public, ei
'titer any distrust of the position of those with .
whom I.stood in Congress, or impatience for
tthat favorable popular verdict which I believe to
be near, and know' to be ultimately certain.
Netertheless, there can be no impropriety in
my declaring, when thus questioned, the opin
ions which will govern my rote upon any (tom
tit= When the Fugitive Slave law shall come up
for review in the National Legislanare. I think
the met singularly unwise, bemuse it Is an at
tempt bye purelyFedemtvo Government to ex
tepd the economy of Sieve States, throughout
States 'which repudiate 5:1.'07 or a moral, social
and political evil. Any despotic Government
would. awaken sedition from its profoundest
slumbersrby suchan attempt.
The attempt by this Government has aroused
eonstitntional rctustanco. which will not cease
emit the'effort shall be. relluptishel. lie who
te nc b t .s another bill.
ceircd er not. nr . 1n •
attempt 10. ,,, ..trAnc,eNt:;ey; that
tocrely . i.olitlea; t,•7
itv l l 01 'la,
prevailing mall r.! It. /1111 1
I talk, also, that the I,tail, of the mensnr.
are indefensible: that:the denial to the alleged
fugitive of a trial of his alleged obligation to la
jiar, end of his escape from it. by a court, and
i%othsti tg less than a court of justice, comitution•
Mgatsised...and proceeding according to the
course of the common lan within the State where
• Ito is :claimed, is palpably its derogation of
the constitution: that the rules of evidence.
which the law prescribes are oppressive of the
Weak and defenceless. awl that Christendom
might be searched in vain for a parallel in the
provisions which make escape from bondage a
mime; by a law retro-active in its effect, and
without limitation of time to favor the presump-
tion of freedom, which, under rigorous penalties
compel freemen to old in the capture of slaves;
nnd which offer untnistaken inducements to false
elobUs and false judgments. Finally. whatever
.changes of opinions others may have undergone
I retain my earliest convictions that the consti
tutional provision on which the law purports to
ba fouided, is merely a compact between the
States; and that the Congress of the United
States have no jurisdiction of the subject.
Nor I; the law, which is so obnoxious in it
self, commended to my favor by its connection
with what are called the other means of com
promise. Compromise implies a mingling of truth
and error, light and wrong. One of those affilia
ted measures denidd the admission of New Mexico
because she had determined to come in as a free
State and remanded bar, with permission to come
back in the habiliments of slavery. Another dis
tinetlyintimated to the Mormons the consent
of Congress that they should if they conaplant
a Slave State in the very recess of the continent
A third abolished a public slave mart in the city
uf Washington, without abatingeither the extent
or the duration of slavery in the District of Co
inzahia. A fourth obtained peace on humilia
ting terms from one of the youngest and feeblest
ttunxtberS of the confederacy, in an attitude of se-
Intim; While a fifth one reluctantly ndmitted
Califorsda'as a Free Stith, omen she bad refused
,to contaminate herself with slavery. 'Which one
of these measures has superfluous merit, to be
received in extenuation of the Fugitive Slave law°
Bat we are told bad anthem measures were, they
Mire the best that could be obtained. On the
contrary, there werealways votes enough for the
admission of California. The Thirty-First Con
gress might hare admitted her, and left the other
questions to Mother. Congress, which instructed
by thorpthple, might have done better, and eer
ie/illy could not have done worse.
Nor Hot do I find the Fugitive Slave law growing
itt sof favor on the ground of the already faulted
rrof an end of the agitation of Slavery
Iteptiblie, an agitation which, whether be
tieficenter otherwise, is as inseparable from our
political organization, as the winds and clouds
are from the
. atmosphere that encircles the
I hwes mashed, moreover, the argument that
some portion of the people in some of the States
hare made the papetnity of the rtigitive Slave
Lew a condition :or new.deciaratlons of loyalty
to the Union. That loyalty is a duty resulting
from the Constitution, and is equally due, wheth
er the measures of admistration are satisfactory
or timstisfsetary. I regret that anythingehould
bippened to encourage a belief thatloyaltycould
be accepted on conditions, and especially on the
condition of forbearing to repeal a repealable
statute. Bat since it is so, I can only say that
we, on - whom the recent action of the Govern
ment bears, as it seems to us, us Unjustly, are
in the Union for richer, for poorer, for better,
for Worse, whether in a majority, or in a min
ority whether in power or powerless, without
condltion,lesereation, qualification or limitation
for stet and aye; that we arein the Union, not be
cause ive are satisfied with Administration but
whether satisfied pa net, not all by weans of
compromises or understandings, but by virtue
of the Constitution, and that all other partie
are in the Union on the same ter-v+, for-the same
tenure, and by virtue it the el aa, obligation.
and eo.they will find their case to be when the)
offer to plead violations of extra constitutions:
conditions to justify secession. Whatever is ir
eiteble in any of the acts of Congress, no one
viii mad enough to attempt to repeal. What
ever irrepealable in these acts, and whatever shall
be repealable in future acts of Congress, whether
it shall favor Freedom or Slavery, no matter un
der what circumstances, nor with what auspices,
with what solemnities it may have been adopted,
must abide the trial of. experience, of reason,
and of tenth; It is only in this way that the
Constitution can be maintained, and that the
=ion emi be saved_ Its security consists In
the adaptation to the phyicial and moral neces
sities of the broad and ever extending empire
which it protects and defends, awl in the facility
with which withoutsiolence, or =Mien change,
errors of administration can be corrected, and
new exigencies can be met, so that the State',
free or slaveholding, which may at any time be , '
least &Tared, will at all times be safer under
this GOvirrennent when worst administered, than
it 'would be under any other, however wisely ad-'
ministered or favorably conducted.
I think toy dear Sir, that all this is virtually
mates:tett now by those who, while they see that
their orinpliested schemes, that suppression of
free debate, Which they thought essential to the
Wet/ of the Union, have felled, nevertheless
admit that the Union is no longer in danger; and
tbeiefore I think .we may at last congratelate
=realm on the discovery, that not only are ex
tra Constitationel compromises =necessary, but
that the Union has strength and stability enough
to endure. notwithstandiug that such compromis
es Imder the influence of an unwise legislat'vo
dlatorst; are sometimes unnecessarily awl um
Duo, Sir, with great respect, your humble
WILLIAM IL SEWARD.
. John A. I.6nm, Earl, Secretary of the Com
edttee to calls carnation of the people of Mae
ellothuesette. or the subject of the Fugitive Slave
UT, Boston. ,
• • Goma, Bcorr.—lt Ls evident from the papers
tthteh reach us from all quarters, that the feel
ing la favor of nominating General Wlntleld
floott, as the Whig candidate for the Presiden
cy Is spreading over the 'country. Among a
mamba/of other declarations of the press, ex
- raft prefereoce for this distingu ished hero
" sad patriot, we quote the following eloquent no-
ties of him from an article in the Northern Tri
hat, published at Bath, Maine. It speaks very
justly of the gratitude which the Nation owes to
Gam' Boat for hie efforta in behalf of peace,
wean as his groat military services :
"Wiehardly knew whether he has done more
air gain directing our brave armies amid the din
sal chil' ofarms, or in pirate council, by which
theesi perils and horrors were averted; whether
• Lt-ha,- more _successfully' directed oar gallant
Itti7thattiti% or our statesmen. to treaties of
Ilitactlvelife hie been mosfatandantly crown
' id with ' victory , aid embellished with mercy, .
end feamlis study hate emanated shushed an
. therkise en the science . ef war.,for which he is
4imointed; not only throughou America, but
IA BMW* -like the Father of our country, he
ku,slioria himself not only able toll!, but =s
aw miry station that he has been called to ea
espy; tad if.the free peoplo , of Pennsylvania see.
to acattleate' him:for this : highest gift in our
Vasty =landed republic, thii honor la bewtowed
sat GM by se means =worthy:"
; im ; TOE DZAR Tt GOOD Th Corns
a l i i Mittel) On Manufactures in the Young men's Mar
-1 candle- Library Assodatipn use tho following
language, in their report published — in Monday's
"We believe that many of our ✓:itizens are ig
norant of the variety and extent of our own mun
ufactrirmi. If not, why do they purchase an ar
ticle made hundreds of miles from here, and at
a higher price than they could obinin it for, by
walking a few steps from their stares and dwel
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PV$ BIM BY WIIITZ s CO.
13 7 .13113113
THUBSDA • MORNING, APRIL 17, 1851
To the Whigs of Pennsylvania.
, !STATE KX)NVENTION will be hell in the City
•Of Lame col TIMDAY. Jnoe 24th. WI, for the P.:
Wm of mleetiem M Lidates for the °Diem of Goreroor ano
Canal Cocestleowew , antalenfin Judeta of tbe Sorw•tho
Ce l:. . e.n. h 11. m.to rlane N'LT
M em l V3l% l9 =
C. Thomoon Jonwa
vo at at. 81.1 to Hammel IL Thome&
Hammel &L. 'kV ta i rTfat
Wm. J. Bo Alogain D. pm".
Warden 6. =tomb ' Km. Bake,
Thelma H. nob Wm. M. Watts.
Henry Johnson. Jame% (Dua l
Chute. ft. lhatlman, Ebel.. II 'helm
I= John Al C. lison.
0 . ~...0- audo moc.rdr.
TES CRUMB Or LOCOFOCOIBIL
Our oppone; l ts bare been remarkably quiet in
this State for wo years past. Some kindly dis
posed people imagined Locofocoism had changed
its character, and that we might look hereafter
for more decency, fairness and propriety in the
presecution of its political objects. This chari
table view is alt a mistake. It possesses all its
ancient c haracteristics in fall vigor, at is plainly
evidenced by the manner in which it has received
the spontaneous acclamation of the people for
Gen. Scott as te next Prasident. •
To the Pow f thiscity the. overwhelming de-
monstruth:um It favor of Gen. Scott have been'
vinegar and 911. The hope has been fondly in
dulged that Lcorfocoism would ride into office, and
riot in the uplift in 1852, but the pr spect that
the Old Hero f Chippewa would bel
the field, with he unmistakable evid nces of his
great popula+, has come over tfieir visions
like the black roll of despair, and has aroused
all their anciel t venom.
The Post t es to keep up the courage of its
paniwstricke political friends w _ by inderroting
the extent fuel power of the Sot movement'
which the editor calls a "feeble lend sickly cry
nod by nvel—.'
rding the difference centime
.ileurty huff the State, in eve*
Fithoot exception there 11:1, Levu L.
rhice in furor of Genf Scott.. l
it, too, without concert Of action
effort. It has sprong spontaneous
thia.sed judgments and srann heart:
thi, he heel
and without 1
13 from the
of the masse
confined to I
all the New
!. But this woccosent tuts not beer
ennsylsania. Its poises is felt in
ngland States, in Ness York, New
Iroughont:the West. Ohio and
powerful feeling, an 4 in Virginia
l ing hold of the hearts of the...poo-
Mama it le
at is feet to
Lain end wavornisbetllfuem,.seltich
deny, and it to follp l for the l'ost
'dry himself by milling it a "feeble
It is no use
editor to stu
and sickly 07."
The Post will meet with just as little success
in its efforts create an impression that there is
a quarrel b weep . the friends of General Scott
and those of e Administration. There is nothing
necessarily tagonistical in their Position. The
friends of Gin. Scott are generally warm friends
and supporters of the administration, as the Whig
administration, as their adminkstiation. They
admire Mr.Tillmore for his many sterling qual
ities, for hi. noble patriotism, and for his able
statesmanship, and they will rally as one man
for his defence and that of his cabinet, all of
whom are Whigs. of worth, and many of them of
rent ii. Bur l ap this is no reason why they should
not express their views in regard to the Whig
candidate foithe next Presidency. I There is no
thing in the o ligation due to the administration,
from its Whig friends and supporters, that re
quires this,. ~4.nd those Whip who make an issue
of this kin di are governed by sinister motives,
and would be &lie friends to the administration
were it mat their interest to be F.I.
It cannot said that it is too soon to agitate
a question 4 this magnitude. A country so ex
tensive as; span a continent, , and reaching
from the i bound coast of Canada, to the re
'pen of perpetual summer on the Rio Grande,
cannot dismiss anode of action, and settle upon
• caudidatelwithont time. In about one year
from this tine the Whig Convention will meet to
nominate al candidate, and the people whose
voice shanl4 be represented, should have time
freely to harthange their opinions, and give po.
tency to their voice.
Tres Vox r. or Mennen Corwm— Pursuant to
aeaof th Whig County Committee, the Whigs
of Mercer , county held a Convention in the
Court. Hoagie, on Wednesday, the oth instant.
Hon. Wl9. tuna presided.
Besolutio were unanimously edopted, recog
nizing andi r eiterat in g the Long established doc
trines of Hut party—in favor of adequate protec
tion to home industry in support of the improve
ment of rivers and harbors, and in denunciation
of the courie pursued by xieneral Cas4 and oth
er Democratic Senators, in the last Congress, to
defeat the Hirer and Harbor Dili. Then came
the - followittg, adopted without o dissenting
ResoNell That in the past life of Gen. Win
field Scott, ire have the sure guar° uty of his pre
eminent quhlificatinns for chief usii.Patrato of the
United States, and we respectfully wcominend his
nomination , ,
Resolved, That, an examination of his
course, contmencing with the war of 1812, true
ing it down through 'all the exciting scenes of
that period—his agency in ,uppressing
tion in Souh Carolina, quelling the troubles on
the lciagarii frontier, and in the settlement of
the Maine m puhdary question, together with the
unparallell success that attended. his com
mand fro the landing at Vera Cruz, to the oc
cupation o the Halls of the 31ontescu mu, clear
ly indicate itl.at he is a man of great firmness and
decision oficharacter, and if elected to. the Pres
idency, his , administration would not be charac
terized by at masterly inactivity which pant ex
perience proved to be detrimental to the in-
;crests of e te country.
Resolved. That we approve the course pur
sued by ocd• present executive, Wm. F. Johnson.
His integr i ty of motive, honesty of purpose, 11 , 11t1
firm devotr to the interests of the State and
the Union, eminently entitle hint to the contin
ued could ee and support of the Whig party,
and we recommend him as the unanimous choice
of the Whig of Mercer county, as their candid
ate for GoVertioe, at the next electiun.
Resolved, That it is with plea sure we have
seen the ntiries of the Hon. John I tanks and the
Hon. John l. Pearson, mentioned in connection
with a ocurnnation for the Supreme Bench, and
their nomination for that office would meet our
A. 11. filftyder, Bag., was appointed a Repre
sentative Delegate to the State Convt !titian, to be
held at Inhcaster, and E. C. Wilson. was recom
mended as Ithe Senatorial Delegate.
Unapt BLAND Ettcrios.—An election for a
member to the Providence district tool: place on
Friday, and resulted . in the choice of Thomas J.
Stead, Whig, by 350 majority over all competi
tor. Thi completes the General .keserably.—
The flowsstands 31 Whigs and 35 DomoOrate,
Including Wardell, Pree-soil, with tho Demo
crat& The Senate stands 14 Whigsa nd 37 Dem
"luta, in Inding the Lieut. Govern or and one
Free-Boiler. One seat in the liouse„ held by a
1 Democrat, will be contested.
The Pr vidmer Journal says that int least aim
towns, deciding the late election and retain
, tioniringte General Assembly, were carried by
the dead weed money. It adds, also—
"Mm stood at the polls with money in their
hands, offering from ten to, in some cases a hun
dred dollit for a vote. Ono Coen of enormous
and rapid y acquired wealth a sada no secret of
this bout, that a Whig town, with a majority,
should re a Democratic !,nejority, if money
could buy it. A Democratic candidate in one of
the towns whirl failed to el Oct on the lirst,trial,
boasted t one thousand dollars had been pla
ced in his and that, he was Inaba:lite:l to
expend equal amount , in addition. Nothing
like this, we say, was ever before known in Rhode
Island. Io reply to our. , charge that the eleatf on
cost dtZ at ocrats twat ty thousand dollars, the
Port says It la the , to enough; that the peo
ple's a phrase w Mich is of very plain sig
alfima" l o : `, r tinin quo ter, 'are worth more than
any num of 441 as' Tile .Mirror, which
.has s .lmPtdbized- vd.th the Democratic party'
1 thr 0 ,..._ 0 10 0 w4 sa7 ll 'Pi, Is no more than fair that
the " n ' wxnntn "Bh , /iodd have the worth of their
money oeclasionall4,.. e
Elision S eit.
gOR RENT ..; - -In e Store ,,
•=. 0 ".......*. a%ial•rmal the comer of Marlon ..
• --/ pan Ornate. let of anon
'ans''',o24.4. , liaeln OW= ,
ii IS6 Rosa it
The attachment of,the people of Boston to our
national constitution and Union, has been sorely
tried, in the case of the fugitive Sims, and has
come out of the funace unscathed. Those only
can estimate the extent and fierceness of this •
trial who are acquainted with the deep and utter
hatred of slavery, and of every system of person
al oppression, which animates the people of that
city and State. It is with them a religious and
living sentiment, the result of a life-long educa
tion, of unshaken conviction, and of abiding per
sonal sympathies,_ No wonder, then, that the
community was fiercely agitated, and thst the
trial was passed amidst the anguish and throes
of the pithlic mind. Boston has gone through a
scene which would have arrayed Charleston in
open rebellion, established the Court of Judge
Lynch, and overturned all the constituted forms
of justice. There is not public virtue enough in
the South to pass 'unscathed through such atrial,
not sufficient reverence for the laws and author
ities of the country, and yet it is loud in Its de
nunciations of the fanaticism of Boston.
We are glad, therefore, to find one Southern
paper stilling to do Boston justice, as appears by
I the following from the Baltimore Sum
We hardly expect that this triumph of the na
tional Spirit over the cherished prejudices of
years, will be rightly appreciated in the Southern
States. It is in our view one of the grandest ex
hibitions of theconservative energy of republican
instithtlons. It proves that they are deeply..
- rooted in the hearts of the people, everywhere.
We cannot estimate the national character of
this affair from the position we occupy, unless
we take into consideration the circumstances by
which it is surrounded. The people of Boston
bare for many years been accustomed to regard ,
everything connected with the institution of slit-
I very with abhorrence. It has ever been present
(al to their observation through the medium of
strong I.,ejudices, and the., in numberless in
' stoners, distorted. Hence. it i. to us us matter
of very grove surprive. that the stringent OE, -
ewiley of 'the fugitive 'cave law should meet with
• active oms,sition; though Nye turd sot anticipated
ni the hoods of any who made
,ea respectsbility. Bat farther, it
must be borne in mind that the great tense of the
people, of all parties, sects, and classes, by whose
fidelity the supremacy of tire constitution and
laws has been maintained,' , are, themselves, op•
' I posed to slavery, and object, upon principle, to
I the active requirements of the very law to which
they have just rendered an honest obedience •
It is of no use to complain of these objections;
we cannot remove them. They are as settled in
sing. the popular mind as are the vital energies of life
Although it must be acknowledged that our in the physical system; and it is this fact which
iterests evictly tally with the doctrines.we ad- brings into bright belief the unselfish consent.
lion of their own predilections to the integrity Of
DCOAC, it does 120 t ii - Inolirthat our arguments are
pen; for no s
to be depended ri d
tk , e .r. fe u d p er on al th ti e ni a o l u t.. .
o T f h:y
lo bax m o l th aid e
tion should he taken, at any rate, and a good I darling sentiment of their g poli w tic g al p :eing, andfor
nrgument is a good nrgument, no matter who i the nonce, suffered it to be consumed in their
brings it forward. Few facts of value are forced I vet,* midst. Such a people, we mnintain, are.
upon public attention that are not tracked t
entitled at once to sympathy and respect in the
I trying scenes through which they have passed:
hy self interest. A newspaper may be an over ! and nothing but a fanaticism as extravagant upon
enthusiastic admirer of the benefits of adrerti..., t h e other a id e , no that with which they have had
To any one unacquainted with the circumstan
ces it certainly would be very surprising to find
the thrifty citizens of Pittsburg unmindful of their
plainest interests, and neglectingito buy where
they could buy cheapest; but the whole secret is
that they are not gifted with second sight. The
Committee may well “believe that many of our
citizens are ignorant of the saris and extent of
our own manufactures," they mig swear to-the
fact, without any reservation as ..knowledge
and belief." Our manufactureA contend that
there may be some necessity, fkr advertising
abroad, but, at home, erery body knows all about
their business. We use the favorite expression,
every body knows, in order to bring it alongside
of the Committee's conclusion that every body
does no; know. The Committee tall us also that
our manufacturers, not being "wide awake,"
were on the verge of losing the nail business,
and only adopted necessary i provements when
their old markets were filled ith a better sad
cheaper article than they con d furnish. This
is ascribed to the fact that on city has long en
joyed a monopoly of several artieles of manufac
ture "and therefore we have gone to the extreme
of indifference." It must indeed be an unparnl
led indifference which will lose the monopolj , of
a home market rather than give up the easy
theory that "its no use—everybody knows."
We by no means wish to endorse the newspa- -
per quackery that advertising, of itself, will ere;
ate business. A man engaged in any business
must in reality make it theintercst of the public
to buy from him: any custom gainedby persua
sion and lies is worthless. We hold, moreover,
CI it as every man understands his own business
e.t, Ire eon generally form a jugs idea of how
'.. i d e.lid..l' he, eheulti invid, it: odrertising.—
9h , the 0, hef,ro Its. where
tz.4 • :t. tto. mauut,cturer, Mid
at the true itdereus of trade are not so clear
beca. The amount of mo 9
ey beat from
ttsburg to purchase articles
,hich might be
rti.bhed at home, if it could be estimated,
ould doubtle,s be found bufficicbt, in profit on
les, to pay for ten times the nece.isFy miser-
ring, but at the same time can bring forward the..
best possible arguments. We therefore think it
by no means impossible to give our non-adverti- For the Pittsburgh Garotte.
sing manufacturers a few useful scrape of prac- ( THO3I.AB JEFFERSON AND THOMAS PUN .
tical philosophy. 'I Titre two patriots were once fellow laborers
to nn industrious country, the business men against butter men, and were not very widely
are content with small profits, provided they i separated in their religious or irreligious opin
can secure ready sales. The only way for the ions. The one attacked the bible, and openly as
seller to obtain a ready market is to inform , sailed and villified the Father of our Country,
buyers diet he has on hand goods of a certain George Washington: the other ridiculed the
quality and price. Before the days of newspa- I Trinity, comparing it to the three headed dog
pers, the only way in which this could he done j Cerberus, who watched the entrance to hell, and
was to carry goods to fairs where buyers nod yrieWely encouraged the calumniator of that tru
sellers congregated at certain Seasons of the • ly great and good man, who wee •"first in war,
year, end there stand in his booth and wait for first in peace, and first in the hearts of his costa
customers; or else keep his positir in the same trymeu."
chop, year in and year oat, to wait for passing The facts above stated are now so well known,
purchasers. The necessity of the ease demanded , that I certainly did not expect at this late day
that the buyer should go to the seller or rather : to see any person attempt to separate . these wor
paae from one seller to another, and make his thy patriots. or to deny that the former was a
choice. The seller in his eagerness to sell would friend and patron of the latter. But to my !cur
very readily have taken a great deal of trouble to prise. I saw in the Gazette of Saturday last, an
inform a ll th e buyers of the ex t en t of his s t ee l, article contradicting the statement that Mr. Jef
but this he could not do, Coasmuch as it would ferson had sent a national vessel to bring home I
have balm impossible for him to send his goods Tom Paine from France. This bold &Moder of
to every buyer's house In the country. The Mr. Jefferson, dates his article at Tarentum,endi
newspaper worked the very revolution that both signs himself, "James Clarke." The following
buyer and seller desired. It enabled each seller is the most material part of his note:
to inform every buyer. in the scope of his mar- -Now, Mr. Editor; there is not a word of truth
ket, of the nature. extent, price, Sic. of his ' in the whole statement; and I apprehend it is a
‘ fai ir r sample of the rest, with: few exceptions.
before him, the terms offered
stock. Then each buyer could see on the sheet
never sent one 'anal vessel, or any
by scores of sellers. j other
Markets were soon watched with particular care, h ome t h e nor would he at any
and out dile multitude.of claims put forward i time have been gßty of the base purposes attrile.
by sellers, every buyer, of moderato capacity, Cited to him by the writer of the article.' In my
might easily learn where he would be most likely estimation a f , he article teas( rap
ear ly manufactured
to procure exactly the article] he needed. This trarZlM rtai < rm ,na,.h*b;
diffusion' f information has had a powerful in- j that of Thomas Penne, whose memory i.e rather un
fluence in abolishing the pettyl'itricks of trade" rn.Lory teitk.) ChT1.163,1 public."
which in old times made the Buyer perpetually I I know not whether Paine landed at New York
as stated by Grant Thorburn, or at Baltimore as
stated by James Clarke, nor do I know 'whether
be came borne in a public or private vessel, nor
in it very material. But I have the very high
est authority for asserting that Mr. Jefferson
did make provision for the return of • Thomas
Paine to America in a national vessel, did write
a very complimentary letter to him, knowing well
that he hod not only vilifiedatcleLandered Wash
ington, but also attacked the lioly Scriptures in
a manner, to render "his memory" not merely
in the words of James Clarke, "unsavory with
the Christian public" but odious to every true
hearted American and detestable to every sincere
Before giving my authority, I will give a few
extracts to show hove Paine spoke of Washington
in a letter addressed to that great and good man
published and copy righted.
In relation to the funding eystem the letter
But the more production increases, and the
greater the facilities of advertising, the leri
time and inclination to hunt fer sellers, is found
among buyers. The buyer is accustomed to
have every want anticipated by numbers of eel-
lers, whose appeals stare him in the face eseery
time he picks up that great necessary of life,
the doily newspaper. Bedsit leads him to think I
that every existieg product is advertised. Ile
never starts the curious qtiestion whether there
may not be some able manufacturer, or some
experienced dry goods merchant with a large
and cheap stock, who departs from the general
rule of letting the world know of his existence.
You could not persuade him that any such
wonder could be found. Ile ails in his easy
Chair, and the groin pituonitaa of the commerce,
revolutions, and adviaseement of all nations paos
es before him. The newspaper furnishes him
with the history of every day's event', through
out the world, from the must important revolu
tions in Government
an d Science down to the
chit chat of Parisian Society; it gives him an
account of the life and business of his next door .
neighbors, and dishes up the gossip at the Court
of the Celestial Emperor. lie knows that nnth
ing can happen, however important or trifling,
however remote or close at hand, which will not ;
pass before him, to be seen if he choose to look.
Is it not folly to suppose that a man thus pow
pervi will go!on an exploring expedition, and
search for sellers whore locality is not set dawn
oh the great map of the world's business which
is . epread out before thin, every morning, at the
breakfast table? "Nothingcould be more absurd:
and yet this is the very idea the business man
acts upon who neglects to advertise.
To bring the ease home, our Pittsburg man
ufacturers should recollect that there are
thousands of men in Pittsburg unconnected with
the manufacturing interests who neverleave their
own streets: and many of these aro newecomers
who have never had the slightest knowledge of
our city's resources. They know the business
of the world as far their own experience leads
them, and beyond that they look to the newspa
pers. Such men have not the most remote Idea
of the extent of Pittsburgh manufactures. They
this is a great manufacturing city,'
they bear the sound of the hammers, but the
statistics concerning what is actually done are
beyond their reach. What.they need, they bay
from those that offer to sell, and If none at
home offer, they buy elsewhere. In fact, the
precise extent of the business of Pittsburg it;
something of a mystery to the best Informed
on the subject, and will continue to be so until
It is more fully represented upon the panorama
of the Press. Moreover, strangers at a distance
who are taught to regard the newspapers of o
city as the reflex of its busincre, must be:as
tonished to find that the advertising columns of
a ; Pittsburg paper scarcely afford a hint that
they belong to a manufacturing city. Many
must be led to think the stories they hove heard
concerning the energy and manufactssring op
erations of the Elm City mere gasconade; and
many who search for advertisements of such or
; tides in our line as they may need, when they
are dh ap p o inted, are, no doubt, led to abandon
' the thought of purchasing here, and turn to
cities where the advertisements assure 'them of
being able to get what they want. Thus home
advertising is not merely beneficial in :secnring
the , home market, but is the best' means of wi
dening the sphere of distant maikets. 'We do
not mean by this that advertisino abroad is mi
nces:4am but that the principal advantage
must be derived front a pnblicallon at home.
In conclusions, we will remEk that however
idessirig it-eight be to the vanity of some .mer:
'chum tad Manotiotorrio* to tai at homo In
letice, and be hunted up by 11111i0MI purchasers
of their commodities, the jolt and inexorable
lasts of - . trade hare decided that this shall not
be; but that the man who displays his goods in
the market with the most energy mad tact is the
man who will make the earliest and
itable sales. .
to contend, will withhold it from them
—The head of the army, (Waahingtori) became
the patron of fraud." Again the lettersays •Nr.
WaAnngton is known to have no friendships and
to be incapable of forming any—he can serve or
desert II cause, or a tn., with conetitutloattl in
This is a sufficient evidence of his calumnies'
sgniust Washington, And us to his venom against
the Billie it is notorious: even Mr. Clarke admits
That his •'memory was rather unaarrory" Onions
Now fur the authority.
Within two 'reel. after Mr. Jefferson's instal- I '
lotion into of he wrote a letter to Paine,then I
in France, from which I make some extracts; '
the whole latter will be found in the third vol. I
ume of his letters as published by his grand
page 4MI ;
"But these details (abbot politics) too long
and minute for a letter, Srill be better developed
by Mr. Dawson, the beirer of this, 11 Member
of the late Congress, to' whom I refer you for
them. Ile goes in the Maryland, a Sloop of War,
which will wait a few days at Havre, to receive
his letters, to be written on his arrival at Paris.
You expressed a wish to get a passage to this
country in a public vessel.• Mr. Dawson is
charred with orders toe Captain of the Mary
land to receive and ace mmydateyou with a pas. r
sage, if you Can be TVIM on such short warn
ing. lam in hopes, y will find us returned,
generally, to eentimen worthy of former times.
In these It will be yourigtory staadilyta have la
bored, and with as conch effect as any man llv-
I ing. That you may long ivetocontinue your turtal
; labors and to reap their reward in Mr thankful
nets of nations Is my sin orprayer."
The subsequent life d the death of Paine '
gave no token of the eau of Mr.. Jefferson's
.sincere prayer" for worthy coMpatriot,
I repeat now, I know not whether Paine came
in the Maryland or to al private vessel. The a
bove extract proves the Mr. Jefferson did all in
hik power to serve his faithful ' fellow laborer,
that be thought Me coo 6 glo•ious, and his la
bors against Washingta and the Bible useful,. bo
1 and he offered up his n ere prayer, that Paine
i might long continue to ap his reward.
1 Paine may possibly htivereturnedin some oil
j er vessel, but the order leas given to receive and
I accomodate him in a national vessel, the invite
! tion forwarded, and the lunntrre prayer" offered
So thet Mr. Jefferson did himself place his
own name in association with that of the infam
ous caltunniator and blasphemous Infidel whose
memory etinke in the nostrils of every Christian
So that if it was an 'ars to theme mory of Jet.
futon to place it in an iatlon with that of Paine
as Mr. Clarke admits; hen Mr. Jefferson must
Deer the blame, for he tassel( did it, by- giving
the inviiation, sending he order and offering the
sincere payer for the I continuance of Paine's
"useful labors." C.
*That he might not be captured by an English
vessel and carriedl,to England, where punish
ment awaited him. \
no st tOU IB
Carroty - atletwe of tho Daily Pittsburgh Outito.
PLAWITIeI Roust ll
Sr. Loins, April 7.
Messrs. White & arrived in this great
and flourishing city yesterday and am stopping•
at the stare mentioned tar famed Hotel. I ob
served all the cooking '&o., is done in this estabi.
liehinern V.ellielit i the principle. of Which I
cannot Mini; not haring witnessed the man
ner of operatioix It may be that such arrange
ments for forinaliing melds are to be' found in
other hotels, but, if so, I hive never known It,
thot]igh I have been in all the large cities
of the Union, excepting Boston. Everything
is conducted herein a style calculated to ensure
- comfort aid enjoyment to all the guests, and he
who could feel otherwise should never stop at a
This In the day of election for city officers.—
There are three candidates for Mayor. Kennet
on the Whig ticket, who is the present locum
ben-Howe is the regular nominee of the De.
moc .• He was a .candidate last year, and
was ten by Rennet. The third party have
take up Shaw. Their politics are mixed, made
up olt b Anti-Bentonists. Kennet will undoubt
edly' a re-elected.
T emas Hart Bentiin is here. If he is s Sen
ator ( standing, the course he is now pursuing
will bring him tea horisontal position from
whi ho will never rise in his own State.
1 • g the whole of bait week he was an an
1 elecffoneering tour through the city, and made
several speeches to the Irish and Germans col
lected together in the lowest drinking houses
and shops. I state this on reliable an
thetty. He had the effrontery to assert In the
rote da (Court House) on Saturday night that
his remarkably fine looks and unaccountable good
health was owing to the fact that he had been a
strictly temperance man all his life.
He uttered language to thabeffect, Mr. Editor,
and his smooth obeeck was unruffled by the
leek shadow of a smile. I hear men of his own
party speak of him in such terms as to convince
me that his populaiity has sunk low in Mis
The fine steamer Paul Anderson leaves for
Pittsburgh to day. I have taken passage on her
confident that I could not select a boat with more
genemenly and attentive officers.
Yours very respectfully
pi - LIVER COMPLAINT.—TiId only remedy
ever offered to the public. ..gash WO never baled of work-
Wu; s curolchen direction. are followed, Is 7.lcLart.'s Liter
Pill. It his now beet, several years before the
has been Introduced In all scabs.. of thu Uoo o. Where
- It tun. been U.eki. It has had the most triuundumi eucceps.
and had setuall, armee out of use all ether medicines. It
bit loon tried under all iii, aliferent phsee, of Ileptals.
and Ira. hem foufwl meetly edlcsrious m nil.
Foredo bt J. KIDD CO.,
N. 00 Wowd st.
IlutOduddoneu.. Pad Marcl. 4. 'LI.
4. M. Kl..—llear Sir. Your Petroleum I. worklug wou
thlr4 thetvrale we would tbauk Sou Lonetul
.:.two d04.311,y the Ileum, Ivautr. ilalLn.d. Wr an err
rirrlY out. ant it I. bi•lti,, iwolln.ll for almost every ally.
Your, rrrprelfull,. JOHN 1A.441.1 S CO.
HAT .V 11.12. Ashland en-, 0.. Mardi 10,
0, 11. KlEV—Dear bit. Your Agent. a few woe)+ , sine ,
6.4t.ith us the donqi Ito. 1. 011, aLlOt we bare ,old.
Morse nowsnl tow. kg cloaca 11131904.111.14.
Your medioni la working voider. In lid, region. We
can obtain several ossolLent comfiest', It rou de.i.then ,
loon, Sc. W. ti. 01..1Tf.
For We by geyser 11ellosral 140 Wool street; IL E.
Sellers. bi Weal street 11. A. F tiestock, A Co, corner
Wend and Front Otrefen% D. M. Ce y. It. A. ElllotLJtseph
bonglass. and EL P. othwartg, Allegheny, also by tho pro .
orient, 0. 11. KIER,
11.1.8oventlaa...1 . 1t4bunch.
Foreign and American Hardware.
LOGAN, WILSON & CO
No, 0,11 Wood Street,
LL VB NOW IN STORE
A NLL mil:ample; slock of FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
i th; u .r t e trt, anA .bkb ? a are ;mond
AmestAt mitb say of LW .souern
Citizen's Insurance Company of Pittsburgh
gNCOUItAGE 110111, INSTITUTIONS
U No. t 1 Water am:, In Wit warebonen of C. 11.
Ursa., PresklontA. W. Mat., Seiy.
TWA Compan le law urepareslio Um/retail merchandlee
in store. and iii ' trweitu. rearela,
An .mile guaranty tor the abtlity aral integrity or the
iralnitution. as afforded dot thwarter of the Direennt.
are all cttltarts of Pltteturgh. well and farnrol/11
abown to th e eounnunity 6. , r their prudent, intelhatOneo.
Brnrcntai—C. 11. ilutery, Wm. 84.CM , r, IPm. Luntler ,
Jr:. Walur Bryant, Hugh la Blac l'alvnad . llemletun.
Job. Itayworth. a. Harbin:Lab, S Lier. intatatf
LOOK HERE MI FBIEND!
RE YOU A FATIIER, laboring for the
wp of • family, and suffering Dona rfe.m.l de.
I ,r at . lbwr i t o p=ss i o m t k las i t , llfe allot mem • burden.
Are you • Mother, andenng from dlreaera to which fe.
male. me genet MI/ mlamt. we Dr. S. is ilowe, Maker
Sarsaparilla—D.oll eerie:My cure rou.
Call at oar depot, or on ewe of our agent. and get a
amphlet, gratis. where you will toad that dm Shalom ear.
PrePared by Dr. e. Hoe, boo POOO the
mom of parmanermy eurt: l lmotte diem.. to which dm
human family am nottin rubleatr thm =Y . Mt.
preparation of Sarsaparilla ever yet brOu,lft. beton the
anedifloe blu i f ertribilabed Its blab repotatker bY Ito
o Vtap ' a bottle. and to the cafe Sarasparilla
Mat Batson P M: Liver, Kidney. and Wool M tior same
lima which reale: It altogether more valuable even .
o'o. lll . P. r7ll * Pio,,a re aw Dr. S. D. 110WE'S SIIAKKE
#1 ASSAISIIALLA, and Wm noodle,
nice pm bottle-6 bottles Mr PA-
Pb.. 1). 11011 M Od Propristors,
1 College flail. Lincirmati,
To whom alined...lf may be a:brimmed.
Alm, for wile by J. A. Jon.. J. Sebcotonaker A C 0..,
DMA. P. W. Item. J. M. l'ownifend, J. Mohler: R': Jul,
mu. Pittsburgh; 1611100, Missr.ur em y: W. R. Ak-
Crelland, Manama. if. I..Yocker. arromarrille . ,Ju.
Co. la - timid= * Patents. md C. 0. moreen, Pt
Clalrmilla Melia. • Knox. Catils.. oMarilarT
OS" Tho Cithella of Allegheny County,
who are in favor of the nomlnerlon of OEN. WINFIELD
.113OTT, as aconAhtsle for the nest Prooklenor of the UnF
ted atatse. are mooned to sosemblo to County Meeting.
et the Court flour, In the City of Pittsburgh. on Tore
4.y. the 21.1 dof of Agra Wag. at 11 o'clock. A. 11.
opireigirALT feigned by SOU :alums.]
. County Convention.
THEHE COMMITTEE of the Allegheny Whig
mud Anti-mum:4c enunty Waver:lon. mret
Court Mum. on Saturday. April VAL at :o'clock.
M.. to fa on the time fir bonding County ennventrun
lu nominate Mtn, he the ran reonr.
ap,l3cl JOSIAH K Chairman.
Men's Spring - and Summer - Wear.
STIEY 6; SURCLIFIELD invite the at
ri Mbu,rraa tbrititall uottrtatent tt .trttuu
and bumer wear. tor man and bor.,am.i.tla. e=a,
u+atette, Merino. Caaattuarva. attranixt
t:rudoterts, NV,ll,n,tolt God, Summer Cloths, Tamil.
nta •tyle , Cotionadc , and 1 , 111, harp Nankin.
Hreach Lna.na tunt odcla. rupertor rhtnlnc
Nisolias. Inah Linen, warraat.tl all Max. tient, till.
tldittN. Luc, - lilt and ttiszt-Itant Cravat, Kid 60 and LAI.
tnuan,d littler,. at atrulbetot outer of fourth and
I SOAIO IIItICK—I kiln go4nl mer
chantnble Brsell E. 7 .nlr. I•lnqulre
IV. MOLLY/AA:WS (.Irpott VI an:how.c.
.1. Yuurtli otnont.
'PEARL ASII-9 c.km for kale h.;
spli • 6.6 r, wi L , 4)71.141 I• v r.p.
'IJLASTER-20 bbls. White, for male by
W. • U 7 From .L
BACON-25.fQ lbs. prime Shoulders;
llama Lle aolo
ann Mon II La F
AMP llALL.—liating fated up u fine J . / Show 'loom an tbe soamtul gory. rm., 4oro. I
LaN l a nno a ngocaVene took of 1 0 `nge1 . 1 , 3%!..1....1n d 'et Tar ,
non In toe. Parlor. Oupprr. and ILll . laow.r Ono,lno.
and Tlone LightChantwe, for Churr/p, Ila Boats.
an: and at MI .. WLSON.
AS CIIANDELIERS ,5... FIXTURES.—
VlThe I...rgest dock In the city. ..d letext pet.ro,
0.Y.17 W, W. WILSON.
( i l PIS,NDID FRENCH PAPER HANG
MIS. roe Parlor, end' Draw!. Renate, Oakland Vel
i.t b t rfirZ 7 ; 31=. .` h i.i'd,.= 141:.1.7._ p " 4 :gobert7
o 7 ?hash. can barfly be eurpaued—stst tved al for We
~,,,,,,,,,,...10171 terms, by TRIM. PAL)lkIlt,
.pl 7 SS Markel...l_
NOTICE.—AII persons indebted to the co-
el' John A. Roo. decd. ve coquetted to nuke
Wheat. t to the undersigned; and Nom Wins. elaltut
hatchet the estate will Meant Nrm 6a adjustment.
801 WALTER C. RUE. Trude,
T. SALE—A good second bend PEntait's
.12 Wow, Awoke of J. JUDD t CO..
INDIA SILKS, SATINS,
/ON A Co.. ere OOW of
renntof Jodie-W. and
nau on Lbw. EPP. Enka of striped. paid and chap striae.
rACONETTS & CAMBRICS-A. A. MA-
O t bam iu.t received pm rumor thrtir •
bru• Jaconatit sod Cambric.. 1017
COLLARS, CUFFS, &e.—A. A. MasoN
Os are vow amnia. roal Yalooela Wrought Collars
aud Cuff., bask do., aim, Chlateaellos, Capes, Lams, a,
LA.IiP/31 .LMIEPS ! LatiEPS
TIN SUBSCRIBERS hare jut fitted up
one of the new end temutlful Norm In the .. Ounst
rice Mitt • hdltif end sPlerwild ounortment of eteitant
,complielng Chambillene. Peutents, I.ktirdelamen
Ilapeet der.. sod Nall Wipers. Particular attention.
Is celled to their new and Improved Pine ell Lamµ which
fm ptllaanol of light sod cbeepttem cannot he surnamed.
Also. Fluid Oilmud Lent LIMP, adapted to Church.,
Halls. Palos% Storm. and doeuestie purpoom, which the/
manufacture , and by personal atteation to bottoms am
el:tabled to all st the lowest market prkett Wholesaleand
metric of 'Pim Oil, ledophim, and burning VIA by Um
burnt W lea Quaontk.. Al l warranted. The pa.
U"' 00 1 1 1QITIMINItrinli lIINEY.
(Into Hedrick Horning,/ No. IN2
1 North Pelmet st
above ai-Fectory . No. es Noble Week nor sad,
Otu — o Laboratory.
76 , 80, 85, 92, 95, and 99 per cent. Strength.
OWELL FLETCHER Pc CO.; 51anufaetu
, mr. of AT/JP/le n Pure . kbleits Nr Cologne slut Orm.
m ilo i gl ' UfTine l "' anti Ni=l.
st=itioZlC'et PoiZes.l'l'"wgh will bo Prtimptl! yaw
'II-Patent Itevendble Water - Filter
IS NOW to be seen in operation at IYM.
TATN CO.ll. Plumbers, No. 10 . 1eurth Street,
'N'Or VairligTigttlyh. ATA, W I"?
• GOLI Medal from the Mimic. Institute of New fo rk.
and a Cori/Prate rum the Franklin lend/tuts of Phlhutel.
Dane, gurerlornr la Its eleantlespromtbun and alai
ut. tee from them taring them Intim Philadelphin
of which the following are memo.,
“Pulimmicins, March =h. 1861.
ve.t SIMMS to recommend to the lovers of
pure. clad . water. th e Patent Reversible Wake /The re . ire
vented bykeels. liming used one of them fur mom
al months, I am enabled tojudser of their value.
awnas PLITT. IST Walnut exert.'
. Piftbsettlerts, March MU. 1841..
The Patent Reversible Watur levintiel by Mr,
H. and ..tmest try me for mute months at nay
nrimite multicnbvi gib,l . bri b rireon could elan.
eecommsad Is m the P p
py(N. Neptelos mid Agent. winfkl do well to
anaessuens our brim Miters. fur filtering water be.
bow., by which means limy will am
Tar 0. 4 . 3 t 1 .0. 10 of boilers. All oar
tames ore rarrautat for P. ymus,_med Om, lea
at. 1731 "4;1 Arch etniet-Philadelphin
FIRUNES—Awvery suFaior quality, gad.
rad *MI italcbi
air"WA. litQL BA W., ZS. Üb.rtz st.
MOCHA OOFFEE—For sale by
aplT WM. A. MAMMY] it I 0, Gramm
RANGES-461f boxes, ye • superior. and
PEARL ASII-31 casks for sale by
spl7 J. i IL FLOYD
SALERATL'S-5 bble. (Adams') for sale
by apt; J. t & *LOYD.
1./ UTTER-8 bbls. Roll. for sale '
it spl7 J. t 8.. 11.0111.
BACON -247 pee. llama, Sides, and Shoul
dem for. tale by apl7 J. t A V LOYD.
%VW , j i c-3 sacks Common, In: Salo by •
' bhls. Small *fate, for sale by
Kyr J. t R. nom
BROOMS -7 5 doz. for sole by
•017 J. a IL FLOYD.
TIIS SUMMER RETREAT is now open
gm the aroommolatlnn of visitors. The belmtl of
the place has been much improved by the addltian of
efface ghtobbery and newer.. A large rollectton of ever
Wyoming ideate and Shrubhery, of the choicest kimig are
kept Pm eado cm e Drses.
Fruits,, a ml ., kept In the Bale°w as usual.
Iloquets taetefully put up at OM notice.
Th. neat and cronkatablexteambnat CIIIZYTAIN, lesm
the laudisnrO between PIM street and• the Old Allegheny
Bridge, at the beginning of every boor—from 9 ofelockfio
otk;al,lOll9 P. IL One extra trip every evening, at 101
ji liii to ait hu ers Jwirelthiotte
City are invited to ply •
The (lanky I. kept on ' Temyerun 'n. ee principle., •vJ closed
on Sunday. . •pt4i(
MYERS--Surgenn and Phiaiel an.
threlltra comer of Mulln.tou !Stow,
R.J.J. !tell alma owe done &bore Smithfleld st.
Myer. hat pe — rtaii;nenti; loceLd — h;iYtt,hutrnd
will attend to the duties ottla Profeemlon. Ile will eve
particular attenUnn W Beenlert. eases, and the ellteves DI
...dery and cildren.
Tuition on the Piano.
ILA R. F. ILAREORDT would re
pared to take • few more pupils au the P pp
no and in Singing.
Ileferenees—C. Spam. Ems Rem'
Grant, (Fourth Meet.) Madame Pruitt It.fa,
VS. M. E. ROBINSON, No. 32 Stf_
Chile stmt, Pittsburgh. Pa SIMULIIICeII COo
e ies of this city &Ed irinit • , elm baste
rved h, Spring Sttsk of BO.V.VETS sal BSA ,
Cl' MILLI.% ER 1" G . OUPS. and that cheapening will take
place no TiltiltsoA Y. April 17th, 1 5 31. on which occasion
she will present the Loot tusortatent ever offend.
VOTICE.—. 2 f he 0. 1.). of the Sons of Tem
il purance will meet in Pittsburgh. at the ODEOV. on
Fnurtli st,et. at 10 o'clak, A. Cl., on Wednetalay, the 17001
day of April, 1011.
Store in New Brighton.
OTHE advertiser, wishing to go west, of-
fors to poll Ole glare and Sutures, with thelitnek
route. In New Brighton, tin mltee from Ilia car.
Au "n mica manufacturing businem I. carried on at Der
ler Valle. them 1a a rippect of roeveral new estalaihmente
gvioz I su, operation a few month, amt New Maim l.
dockleilly the most pymleln. plea 1. Roarer ounnt.ii—
tiotorianta wishing to natahllah brand& stare, or Jou..
men dodring entutue In buiinem aro requested to call on
slmuuri. BROWN • KIRKPATRICK, or O. Mho.. of thio
paw, for further informatkin. arlaate•Nrivr
Lawrenceville', and .13harpsburgh Plank
ROOKS for trubncription to Stock of the
ampoor .111 be opened od the dare or IMP
• LESLIE. No. el Fifth divot, Plttsbongt Torr.
Jay. the Mb, and WeJnesday, the du,, dart , of. War nert,
:= 1 11, 7 ... 0 0r At t r:d i a m T7Tteltl T t ' L . r ;111;
next. at 10 n'tloelo nod rt the store or J. ton the
• g 1 & 1 111.t.1t 2 t15 . . gig
tuorouith of Stur;rtirnh, on tintun/n7, the 101 k of Mop,
la lint. lor 00
remain opot from 10 o'clock. A...M., 10
o'e M day.
C. W. ERNEST,
JAIIES IMAM KLY
HENRY IL LEWIS.
It. 1.. EWALT,
aplntAlaylntkirT. JAMES SHAME.
QTATEMENT of the Assets of the Co
m `"Lit"tt tiL =1:1
B e l" MeAgues, well secured, tree al* . .
of rent, la the d e and county of
Vhiladelphla. except $37:0.0 In llontgom
nr, Backe, sehttylklll, an 4 Allegheny
' 1 . ..611y1T11111111. Alec, STOW In
Ohio, vetured by Realklatabe llkktiledeh
Pow.hased ta Sheriff's Pales, under worn
Elfillt teal! and Id, 70 b L y ISO tt. on
rebuylkill Eaalb otneta--- .
A house and lot, 77 by 71 fn . . feartb
able of Spruce west Of Ith st.
Ali and 10t,114 by 104 feston west
e Penn iguana moth dote 711111
bow.. and lots, each 10 by ho 0.4
so meth side of Spruce etneet, wee
nye housl7 and bats. each 171/ by SIO h.,
Pim. 131,133. / 1 1, 1 = eat' 110.hilwyn
Three house* and lo t. '
a.st aide of Schuylkill Seth st.tooth
of Pine . ...
A lot of droned.
roof * y
id feet, on - the
tiortheest. carte actinylkall Front
A ow. And lot, la by 10aw - et. soca.
_ strlter , r . . t a e.. weat of Scharf.
110.1 wal LA, 60 hy al feet,on the ewath
...cornet of Cheidantaad Bear-b
haloes and Ica. 43 by an feet,
the north Ade of trearge et.. west of
_ ashtte Amer-.
SYe bojnes — and lot. 411 by LI: ft. on
tle: east aide of Barb et. rontb
. 4 house and lot. AS by 80 feet 90
iltreater raft of .......
Semyerary Lonny on celbster4l nxlin
110.0 0 Alan Mara Loan. B Prr oontl
100 - 'Crilon Bank of Texuarapm..-
Incarsere Coarrany R.
- Bourllrrark Rallrtad Co.. -..
S. Orarmerrlal and 11allnaul
Ronan Irani. Ilartrood Co-
Fritaltlln hint Ina. Co.- ......
Mercantil. lAtanry Co.
North Amencan Coal ('0...._
I - Se/01,01111 Co. --
1400 North Auseikan Coal Loan-
NOTES AND RILLS RECEIVABLE
So G. 04,1. c.t A;..1
...pit: a for I) .'d
GUM:Lite b. DAM:KEIL Prosidect.
''.4.111-...i!"" G. Ib rt.TAllAillt.tillris. aro..
Franklin Fire Insurance Co. of Philad'a.
IGECTORS: Charles W. 13ancker, Geo.
w ilorderal D. Low., Tohlto
j a.r. Adolphe F.. llorit: eatzoiel lira.. David V. Drown.
•quith rah; Pail mt.
• '4' MT/till& V. BANCHER, Peer lent.
Comma G. Ilseicsca, Perwttarp.
(.I,mpapy rentfistues makw
or limited. on terry dowriptio. of Property in town and
wointry, at rate. so he. . are tromisteut with Peevaitr.
Tito Compact , ' have merrod • large contingant
whleh;Writt. their :Capital and Premiums. rarely hamted.
aillorti amp. pretnetion to the wound_
The abcl.ll of the Company. on January pub.
halted agreralely the Act of dexmblr. were at &awe.
tiffitgt.7 - 7.
Tent Kan' i;;;;;;p1.
M. 377 1.1
Ewe their Ineorparstket. • P 777.1 ef 2 1 prate , b. =
Lave paid upwarde of One Mallon lour Ituaeltail
Ibllan fewee. by Winn thereby affording reidetwe of the
sdvantagea of Insnuane. ma well we their abillly and din
pennon to noel with prtweigneee
J. GARDNEItCOFFIN. Agent.
sale Mee O.E. armor of Woof end 311 et,
OF GINGER-1 bxs. rec'd and
L for tabs by R r.. PELLERII, •
sold No. 57 Wont at
ENNE L SEED--931bs. rec'd and far. Sale
by apl6 R. 0, BLUER&
i to o d .
LIQUORICE 1100 T-600 lbs. for sale by
able It. N. SELLNIIS
po \VT ALOES-50 lbs. for sale by -
Apia It. k Ba.LEILY,
(lOTTON-42. baleanotY landing from sty.
A..) 'Mayflower. 25r sole by ISAIAH DICKI6b s CO.
aphl Water and Front sta.
HOUNTrNUTS-20 sacks, io store, for
.sh, by japll3 ISAIALI DICKEY aW.
ER6IN46-18 bbls. Baltimore:
• El bases Lubec. SmnItYAD stalliss4
We yl~ by oplo ISAIAH DICKEY II W.
VASSLA-100 Mats for solo by .
son J. SCHOONMA KEIL t CU VI Weal et.
CASTILE SOAP-30 ble. for Bale by .
.100 3. SCILOON MAKER CO,
CARBONATE AMMONIA--1 cask just
.pin" b 'l. SCROONIIIkUII aCo
DARTS GREEN—:tO cans assorted for Bale
L toy agtlG J. 1301100NI1S6IR .1 CO.
SUGAR LEAD-1 cask White for wale by
.plO J. SCHLIONIIAKER A CO .
NSEED OIL-13 max, warranted for L rale by .4plll J . ISCHOONSIAKEtt A CO.
ITALIAN L'llEnNUTS—just rea'd at 156
Literty WM A. McCLUIIO & CO.
sylo Oman and Te& Des.lors.
1 1 1 10 S--1001 drums Smyrna Figs;
60 tee* Extra Elem. do. remind . al ei sale very law 'by ' Wll. A. MatILUBX/ • CO.
scla IM7 Llbarty Alma.
ECLEIt'S FARINA, Wheaten arias,
" rTizi•zhg e 'V au aW.
QAI.;AD 01L—Beat Burley (: - 6. Sweet
tJ fneab.juat rved and fnesalat,
apla A. MrCLUnti 1 CO.
- - -- - - - -
A Qui —
IIAVE FITTED UP, (on the New York
. 41 0 7:
tO , bonbop tr or an .
aVarjZl „ ndTr oo-
mart ruporfor ermortnient of Satin Do 101070. Ihmorrna
French and German launark De Lainela Illandrn Dem*.ki.
klaroonr, Cblutri, Turkey Ithl flood*
rY 010.1 400 Cu e(urt+l .oa , Trjm0,41,1m,,,,.
rtylea Door Mara Window Olinda of
&oder* and Dorado, Curtain Mr. Toraals and Third Lnops.
Dona, d 4 and Worsted. ant Clantsre land rev pra,r2kr ...
grille. and Lantarter 4WD. Countorturud 010 000
lNlmfOrD• UM...a Beds and Ileddlork
.Fab WU. NOBLY. Third rrrTrk
Dr.:troll and ppoaptly
Va cable Beal Estate for Sale.
F OUR LOTS, fronting SO ft. on Liberty B . t.
. - Irp o b lettaria "" o foritr;=" ;TM ri7
pAtuvs (successor to E. Rowell) JENNY
LUND HAIR GLOSS—A to and Mlooble . artitle
Ortodox sod omoothlos the War. woo to implet both.
Ural loam free from pearl.... for deb,. •
sole E. as u.txs.st we.l
A. MO P
ON a•CO., 11 and 64 Marital at,
i,. will well We inoraloS, SI curs Paranoli. of all
U. States Ilan Lite. . •
QTEAMSIIIP LAFA hip YETTE,
flats of steamship ill•seent air.)
Tbe Off and poverful Amer.. was.-
tido 14.71Trtil, Charles anstlard, Commamee two
plod on this Line. to mrs between Philadelphia and LW
7:1, air niki v ieave be . r Igthiscrib .o allali ee t Wharf, for
This sp1:111.1 atimmetko l;%;00 =V:6 built In
the most aubstantial manner. both as regards bull aod
thinery, has boon diagonal 'wares throughout., similar to
he fowl of the ereopen (Milne Llun .4 mar- rtalieta NUT eV.' to polo' st..gth ood too Quai
d,. to uty steamer
liar accoatincdation• tor pue
'angers are onaornomed for nanfort tool viepanee.
RATES u► PASSAGE
Ladies' Saloon Matt Rooms
Paroins cuing to the World'' , Fair are Unformed that Ex
cursion Ticket!. will be homed for limited ordoter of yu
meter, airing them ample time to altar Paris and moat of
W principal ottiee in Europe- •
Exeraslos RA7E9 TO LITERPOOL LED RASE.
An espnienced 41.1..113 acrompeuies tho ship. ---
No mune securni until 'mkt fah_
Vrtight. from Liverpool, on PPM Cif*DS. fn. Talk..
Detnthihg , the lafarette mill leave larerpool in Jon.,
and commence Ler smond royagefrout heat, about the mid
dle of July. . 1
For . fMg alft! . .erMitfl y a 37 W. 1. ., a °T t°
JOHN L. LINTON,
st. Wharf, Phil'.
Agent at Liverpool. Janus Melltaar, Efq. 1
Agents for PlUxborgh. J. a R. FLOYD,
aplbad hound Church Dulldings, Libertat,..
- NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS:
A:r lIOLMES' LITERARY DEPOT, Third
street._ oppoallet tbe Port
holey'. Latly's Molt, for May.
Graham's liag •
The Onntriladoner a new nor 4 by O. P. D. James Fab
Dictioury of Der-haulm No, 'X.
Thost the Ave:oam bp him. Marsh.
.Litton's Living Age, beta:Wl.
Nathan., g lo at.e.
Rene Dou or the AntOblography or • Alinister's
novae itillneneet a Tole for Mothen and Daughters, by
Gra , '
toddle Recompens t h ef t Ornee Agullex. •
diehard of York. nrhltv Raw of •
The History and Adventures of Pen Ow= author
. Laurie Todd! .
Tam Roamed and bin Three Maiden Aunts.
Pope Joan; by O. W. IL Reynaldo
Camel°, in I .01-50 e.
LatliAn La Tatham: or onnelusion of the Iron Mut.
SoolevOq flail. a Ilistariol Romance—coMPleto
The Warwick Waullands: by Frank Forrester. -
The Kkklebunni on tin itblne: by Thsekorer.
The dawn's SeekLarw. by Damao •.
Polly Probboidat's illastratol by Early.
Port Folio of a Medierd
do. do. •
The City Merchant: • do. do.
Berth nßurnam. Sorel: do. da
(Laurie! of an Old >laid: or Hints to 1'01114: Mau.
Oregon and California
thmtlemen's Etiquette. by CountlfOrsay.
ladles' Etiquette mut Toilet Wok-
Lave gum.: the Scliolar—the Olpsey—the Pried—by Ora
Borrow, author of the -Bible In Spain." New supply.
Cruising In the Last- Woo by a J. Peterans—amplets.
Ilistary of Pendernis, by Thackarey—camplete. .
Caroller of ItrunesOrk: by Rolds. apt
VALUABLE LOTS 'I LEASE Olt FOR
SALE—on F. 3lstasoiarans.
On Foamed an
On Gam. (Fast) smart.
On CaSstrrrnolv non.
On E. M0NC11.2111 . 11.T.
The LOTS on East Monument awl Constitution streets
within two aware, of the new Calvert Matt. IL dS.
B. IL and are suitable for Transportation or Forwarding
su n ➢
nn'n 'gvw ‘l . of the nod
"n i d °I T rie howt .;ll.l,7o the V; -,
;nall t tc. to We on:Wawa pooh of the city, V and being offered
muds lo er Ohen any smilax' late in the vicinity render
them egg:edit:v:ly desirable fort he purposes above teethed,
as their value will continne to l
ode for year* cond.
dole rend e ring them not only* ode bid onntitable Invest
ment. Apply to D. =AMER.
ISI East Monocle. street,
Or—W. B. HILL.
IS Et Paul Wean Baltimore.
VILI OLL BUTTER-10 bbls. fresh receiving
and far sale by R. DALZELL CO.
apl6 Llbert7 streat,''
lIIEESYI-50 boxes W. R. receiving and
a w sale Or apl6 D. DALZMLLit
-50100 tx,.. cam. upme:
100 Pure Ealerarau
350 basiers DryWache.
4 bbl. 11...1
10 bbl. Roil D0t4401
10 bbl. green ..014..5 Instore sad takbr
splo J. kb CAliflY.Lll.
7)OTATOES-400 bu. leen t ock, for sale
TIRIED PEACILES-50 bags for-sale by
apls & lIAATIMU U.
LIERRING-100 bbla. No. 1 Gibbed, for
jA„ 141. by 1015 S k W. HARBAVOIL
M A ... V t ..I.REL .p --.1 15 bbl: . .2 l l v oi 3
y kr t e n. for
ROSIN -100 bbls. (soap makers') for sale
by .pl 5 P.t W. HARE AUGIII.
CCODFISH-2'A)O lbs.. for sale by
100 kegsfor sale by
apls S. t R. JIARBAIRiII
b O y FFEEI-150 t egligrz 94 Li e , irvi,
spls Iberty et.
lA)UR-100 bbls. S. F. forsale by
apls A. CU LBEICISON h. CO.
1 4 'ILOUR--A fresh supply of the celebrated
Poland Mlll.Flour, for foralk . .ww. POI reed sad for
es be opt:, A. I.lfrill - SON II I.
UG AR-35 hhda. N. 0, for sale-by
60 70 A. CULBERTSON C W.
AILS-300 kegs wed, for sale by
apls • A. CULBERTSON - A CO.
FLAXSEED OIL-11 - bble..pare, from
Wostolorehowl mutt, for role by
on, JOAN WATT a 01)- Melly V-
‘IALMON-30 bids. a.nd hf. Ws. No. 1, for
10 by ' spn JOHN WATT t CO. - .
ERRING-10 bble. No.l (new) forsale by
sots BiIitURIDGA a INGIITUM.
1 HAD—TObble. No. 1 (new) for sale by
17 DVADRIDOE t INGIMAII,
No. 116 Weer Amt.
SOAP -110 bosei No. Rusin;
7 " R 1.1.41 roisiger
ment and Ibr sale 5
lby R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
106 S.M Llberty tt.
'JAPER 11ANGINGS—From 14 cts. to
ji_ 51. fur sale by WALSER P. MALRbILIAI-1..
aS col .t..
DIAPER LIANGINGS--Quaker Steles, just
r•ed sal fin 41.10 by %V. P. MASS .H . ALL.
a.pls SS wood at.
"PESTER CENTRES. of Gold and Velvet.
"P "' W. 4
N AKE ROOT-400 !he. (Seneca) for eale
10 by IL F._ SbILLkIIIn, s. WaXI st.
Y .11 VALERIAN-2.50 lb?. for ~ale by
JAL apn 0.0 .S.ELLER.?. 57 Wool
AUX RIA LIQUORICE—I-ease for sale
.1.1% 0.0. sra.c.Ert.s.
DIN K ROOT-204) lbs. for sale by
aplE • 11. E. SELLERS.
Norris' Celebrated Teas.
HE BEST IN PITTSBURGH, in the Dia
mood. 2.1 door from Inatoond'allef- -
The titter kinds 1:a•- •
Prechtely th eery e
mem Itinlia of Black Tea that ant sold in
the Uld Country at 4 and ha le.. and ars add daily at
thia eetabliglentent tiO and Lie. 0 B. Thine kind. of
Tow cannot be obtained at any other store in Pittelnush
New Goods Now Arriving.
URPHY n BURCHFIELD ore now doi
ii'll=loW lnrlta t.1..= It
Dancrrs en 6 name ET nu.
ro ned on
kusloh d Saturday, peer tiles of Merrimack Prints ,
pr. o, only 3ic. r,rard.
Ileuer e orrino 1.1
.:mN each men l2 hir pe Diners, Table Mob.
Linea and ?twain leo:Maga.' Micro Outdo... Tootle, Nap
kine, Quill.. and Counterpanes, Furniture Dimity, Window
Curtain Maalina, ar.,--a fall nesoriment noir opening at ,
South Kart earner of Four th alai Market eta. aide
GOODK-A. A. MASON & CO.
have reeelved pieces Jammer. Ceratirbia. Tsp.
Vggrai=l,l7 - x. o ,= . aw tru-
ACES, &a.—A. A. MASON & CO.'havo
maniacal large Invokes Of nobl.las, Patent Spottod
Spotted Dolmas, Fancy do. Black.l.aoz a rcoat
Vella Love do.
§RAWLS S DRESS GOODS-15 cartons
..SO et the !nett Nobles:table numb., now opening st A. A.
.N A OO'A. Ales. cues of new style Lie Law., Der
Wee. Poplins, Cseahrtes, .ad Jaconeoz. spit
—j per,=, C all a prtte th"lar d g' at 3
rery prim IM of ,
few bed chambers. &Mai rooms, h Xs. of
am. am asda VIM PALMER. 04 Market at
rrESTER DECORATIONS, of the richest
I. rears mul lamest et Imh Imported direct from Frs..,
aol4 THUS, MALMEIL, 0.7 Market M.
SOAP -30 boxes Roo-lens Co.&'s improved
."'"' Pt. "' '1111%1=14 in
DRIED APPLES-75 bu: far by
115 Water stmt.
OLASSES-45 bbls. to a hive, for salo b)
arli }SUBSUME l 11111111lAll.
.IPrOBAOOO--'2O boxes lowpried s's, reed
2. and for*ale by mai W. iI. WILSON.
DRIED BEEF-4,700 lbs. prime, for sale
li w 4.D. WILLIAM:IA . OO..
cla r Fifth alai Wonl Wert.
N • UTS-51./ bu. C he s tnuts;en
4 bbn. Maury Notr, fur cal• br
a • 14 3. D. 11ILLUINS a CO.
FIRE KliibLiNG--7 , 1 . 00 .
,t p l a i lek i t i e s hle co r !ea :
tbr We br .0 4 t i'__...--
POTASH -10 casks . for sale by
..., apl4 J D irILLIAMD"*. CO.
BUTTER oroeko and jam for Pale by
.0 4 .___ J. D. WILLWIR NCO.
II LOTHES PINS--:S1 boxes for sale by
kJ .r 1 YIP J.O .WILLIAMS a
ToftiCO2 6 -- 8 kegs Nu. I Twist. Gedge's
brand. marina . per Weolainptaa and Tor ale by
apl2 JAS. DALISLL. 63 Wptep
FrANNERS' dILLTITbbIi. (to arriverY)r .
W. by _ .02 J. KIDD IW.
MBER-1000 lbs. (to arrive)
.02 J. KIDD &CO.
s triltNT SENNA--600 l be. (to - arrive) for
M. br •pl 2 J. KIDD & CO.
Elt . . LOGWOOD-2000 UM. (tp arrive) for
oole Or 4012 J. KIDD 4 CO
- DOWDEE SLIP. ELM-200 lbs. just
jiL sad tor tale by J. KIDD (..V.:
a&Z.I OD Wools&
CIOTTON-42 bales to arrive per Mayflower;
4 " lextelee per C
a 11 DlChla e
Water wad hoot its.
LARD OIL-10 bbLs. for sale by
yIIIHAIA DICKEY CO..
. IVat. r Front ea.
OFFEE-50 bap Rio, for sale by
aOlO I&ALUI DICKEY A CO
MAGAZINES FOR APRIL.—
Gadget Lody'o nook. At.APri4
GraiMee Zda.K.l.o 4.34
uo at Tar Wahl
Ida Third St.oVlliodtta il crinic=co.
I.ti~:~~:~.~: t ~~:.~
GRAIN'S NEW MAMMOTII PANORA3L4:
' OF SEE HIIDSOII RIVER
A•Np SCENES IN VIRGINIA
ai - OPY-X .4CEILY
.1161" Panoramamom. S Velnek, nr•rDedr. Admit
mune dd m ate- C hil dren under L: year. et earn Id ante.
WEDNESDAY SATURDAY AFTERNOONS,
Erhaition at 3 o'c/ock. . .
ap n ALERTLY CRAN L, hornietar.
. VirILHINS HALL!
pin KILMISTES will . give another em
it. re man (this) THURSDAY EL EN . I" Anrill7th.
Verfdriosnen ant eeduntenne at ~. ebek.. Made ,
Wes, 25 rune. ag.11:0
OILY 26 HOURS TO OUVELAEM.
6113nuar. AREASOe3tENT BETWe.EN
PITTSBURGH AND CLEVELAND.
- - - -
VXPRESS Packet and Railroad Liao far
taued Expreo, Pacaeta of tnarke, Casks 1 Co, true - Beam
lo Ravenna, and use splendid new l'extennev Omar ate
Cleveland and Plltstrargh Itaileted Co. to limbo&
N !ADANA- .... 11. Tarn.
SILIWIeikeI7IIIEITUZ7 , T4ZdWO4 "' ZateIes
Donee. az 9 o'elo:k. A. AI, con outing with me ra:kets at
Cleaver. which will knell Inzinullately on the antral of the
azTiving ahilaveruza in time foe the Expreue Train
of Cue fn. Cleveland. Panengers byllsia line &nit* a 1
Cleveland In time - to Lake the /Wino! Line of htesoners
tot REVEAL° anal DETROIT. and the ateuoers for Eiden
uo. rankle, Toledo, Aeunluky , City, Dunkirk awl Debi
ueo !or evening train of ears far Columbus. Xenia. and
I.9gehhaul. CLARKE., eAI Cl.. Proprietors,
W. R. IIdORILFASi.
• OfSee seder St. Charles natal;
O. M. lLt 'MON.
Ofilee under 31cremerabele Howe;
J. A. CAIIuSIES,
corner or Smithfield end Weer 'emcee.
- - -
- On the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canals.
CLARKE, PARKS ACO ... - Pa.
• CIiA3IBERLIIi. CBAYVVOIGIi 0.
HIS well known Line is now prep ared H
f t l tir.r.r , , ~ ,
trPaht And pasoragen from PITTSBURG
gse to mr Iwln[ an e
I ty..dimpati ty of BIALL, experience of Captains, Lo " ef.
easy of Ammht.
this Dom learte Pittslinrph, Clereitlrldilaily,rannlng
with a Line of .l ase le•twent PITTS
BURGH and BEAVER, mei e, lase of hrs.:lass otrandoma
(propeller Alld ....10) on the Lake,.
Parka A Co. Youngstown, 01
11. 1.1..Tay for 11urren.O4
A.O. CI it,Newton Falls,o4
C. Prentiss, flares:dm 04
; • Brayton Ok, harenni. 04
Bent, Winne( A Co., Ymnkiini.OS
11. A. Stiller. Cu ramps Yells, lid
• Wheeler, Lee A Co, Akron. O.;
Genders. Pettibone. Sandusky CIO", 04
' Brekliku Salt, Toledo. 04
G. Williams S La, Detroit, Michigan;
Dooseninn OYh. Milwaukle. WO •
• 'Thomas Gibbs
/Talc, Chimim. 111.
JOHN A. CAUCITET, Agent,
apl roe. Water and Emithaeid.L.,Piwtmnb.
ERFUMERY—Just rec'd, a very Choice
Aoszartcoet of Perfounery. Fancy Soap, Bean Oil,
F. to far the HaoulkorehteE Poteadon, Tooth haste sad
Yowler. ae.. .o the draw store N
S . WICKERSHAM.
ahlO corner of Wood cod !Bath stn
SUNDRIES -2® bu. Dried Apples;
30 bbla Pearl Ask.
~ casks Potasle 637 sale br_
ar.l.) ISUMSI/ C IIIiNNIaT.
BEANS -100 bu. White, a prime article,
tea sal fee sale by'
EAlLiall a mEsurn. •
. aplo 12 Samna, and 151 Cleat arra
F ISH -50 bbls. White Fish;
aplo • 4°
BACON -25 casks_ '
Ehocildert: for. by
tplo lAAIALI DICKEY CO.
T b 6
EA-8° Pkgs ' Y. 3 ll i f U b s gtre co,
VciLter and heel •DlO W.
S m UOAR--40. hhds. prime N. O.;
• - thritlirt for crledr,
spit) DROWN t KIBILPATRICE.
MOLASSES -150 1,1)12. N:O.;
at “ B. II: for
aplo BROWN KIRKPATRILE.
I C E-3 0 tes. prime, new crop ; for sale by
aplo BUOIVIC & liIPATEUCIL.
DRIED APPLES-100 bu. for sale by
elm BROWN KIREPATRICL
YE FLOUR-50 bbLi. ilir4ale by
*pU now!: a VaIiPIISICE.
A FRESn pp yof the ALPINE Gus Sara.
-1- " mem). and imam]
• full coarse a, y=
r". 7 .1 o f the Tact, far
~m eat In -
for We 1N.,. B. Endb.rl , ss4
• 04, 1,t4 6 f . Pr 't.r. masc.
tFt' fo " ''l;t i Ssi.oo of bey blxl taalbassable
rroiak, Ibrsale by
Sthw. -- 11. KLEE EN, 101 Third Womb.
6EO of qt.. Gi.kket
Bramlies. Winn, &e.
HAVING completed arrangements aid"
11. Muses m Bordeaux art abet. Sanwa area, fa
Itua eircutiori cf mr order, I ana Alias enabled m ahr to
let..s. '" ik .. l l s " Er a jr 1.12 1 .°6,;Tir. `oill''?Eo.l.' i m "‘geari ßßAN ptiori;
from under cwt. Amu nicti Vikniine
Atientkin ni awned to art Ha. o, belrai
110 wages (brae: lkadeanx. Tl i :Zlallelanntlles, in
r...1.1 '4 14
4,.CeMettrt ' .llll.it..TOWE sk.e" 800
,and =ai r
7 1 , ' ML". 5f in'es, port era d oril and superb;
- Sparkling Cbariapagna, well amen land.
Wlams Cloret Winer. anions brands and vintage*.
100 mom &num,. And Darin, vintages 18464.
45 eaata .fniii.roli and Carr: Wi. - .
IS pipes Old Ik4land sod 1,11. fey.l b nde
10 prosebaw.e uld Scowl, :Ltd 11:1+ •
- rupencr 014 Janzan Lusa. _
10 rada superior fond. rdowri Stour and Art:lAl,
With • constant. sUYPIY lwrx , li h .
Abowthe, Slaraschtuo, Curt*, durifstute, Idierry linty
lagsi Met of serAs4
All of wields 1 will offer on very favorable fi rms.
, d votmed.
w will beexueuted with despurcb_
Inapczter and Dealer. ..10 Walnut .treet,
PlklarZmAgr) • Philiglellatia. •
ttliAßGAlNS:—Teachers and 12 fa :
caress asishtryo to purchase Talus- Zji
tic F hl Dooks, Biases. Ten Boolts..±e—
ill it.t hurrahs , hymn:no. Dartediateir
the Ikturetionet .Beek kora adjehtinr Dr. thorns Dru
more, aboutof Market aid hourth This rstzbthth
.''.o dt" k onr PP. and mill sell arty of the &bore
works et ere,
.11,r—Carter d Ent:a vala.ble Sask..= exialleat atork
for aisle at mat. 'Call daring thv .pmtent .70. only.
',EDI:C.ATIo.N.fI. BOOS brOLF.--Th:l3 store
mom I. now feeeery - kat. It has luat beau Mittel
villa a beautiful treat, sub
tLL PERSONS having business with the
undeislAned. either na Public Accountant. Instruct=
k }leaning. or patrol.. will find him at the VIM.
.Rug C0,0044au.00U s, dd l 7. Atom 9WI 11 o'elcok, A.
Y. end from 245 4 P. L. blerchnnts to want of codtra
' ! "*." .l7l " eN cralnarul4o==
at - of Account.
rrilE NATIONAL,' LOAN FUND LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIIMY of London and New York,
sate and permanent lumina/an. combining the ID.•
- principal with that &meek C01121..T1 Promst. Toro tot•
youtottot to shoot. toithint, to incur.
Oram or the CoapeoT for Wewern Pmarylvintia. at the
Baratioe Rowe of •WY. A. RILL ACM,
QM:Sir at lrood It.
The Pennsylvania Volunteers.
WprarSUBSCRIBER, late a metaberof the
e end Regiment of Penna . (kettle Volunteers, • elSris
b erional meekmr to the number of the teoß.
moms of PeOnoyttanks Taunton% oho sorted in the late
with /dollen, Wannest Um dab= to ',blob itroy are goo
timed under ar Act of Amembly, pea.l the =nu d. 7 or
March. 1161, em titled "An Art to pro•fila for the payment
of the Flrirt-aud B.eund Regiments of Perumrhoute Vol
unteer', who sorted In the Letooar Inds Undo."
- U. IL 11 OOD, Attorney at Lao.
Ilarrisburg, April 5. I L apltr2rouctl
MUER% LAST AND BEST-Or the
Masculine Othre, liniwovetaent, oral
udta the serum relations generally, at 1 1 t(ly
WALL, alondar and Wednesday event o n
16th, at 73i relort, doting with rintillPesantinatkals—
Best., oits war.
.1111ofearlosial delineations oicharacter, with
d also mit written opinions, including a orta
Oorupations, Faults, he-. their rwasdt i
....gement et ehtldreu, Le, Le-ectstlystia
st lit private apartment latiennYa
n o w; Wai) O. rt. FOWLER.
Craton lloall, Prrrincitott, i
Crfer, April 2,18814
&IRA-LED PiIOP9SALS will be mewed at
Ate cake, until 12 n dock- =th dar of April, Initufbr
WedelrmM Il ib or li p ° ll2 4 enuratklafiltr th i Itin "tn. the 03111 ". daI
Bee 4 al free arboadble kon brub, false Der fauna.
Dread, each I=f to weigh anent-- '
Inn en Sugar of the bus en:Lahr.--
nd for sale
Sutter, bowl iva11ty......
Mar, best superil - n7
Port Etta. .
« ‘on f
All of the foregoing articles to be a thr art.. bat
tt1..44 Who furnished St stich times and in each 4,10.21 ,
Ilea as on the ref/vitiation of tee Stwalnl ot the lbattityd.: .
9r= th•°74:2tr i ch. •
farniah at the lowes set ice%
t ta4 m
It la estimated that the number of [Wirral ta
Dilad will average about :5/ paw data In addition ta whko
Bendill tw about c o at relkeis and servants ta be *applied.
nformatua sirtanirthe “Tpiw:t. will he stern
applkattoo at this attic, 111.IiR1 WOODS,
atactlin surreror and est. U. 'S. Starlit* Iloopital,
JOLES Ilitlik;L'S SHAVING CREAM::
Miff< is those. who does not stirtrmiats thaltans7
or an easy sharrl If any those be, we do not aldtaall nor
mina to theta Out to all *beta we sal. tf yon at& to
render sharlost a tibmson , pourebass a too of Jules Howl's
Al m ond potash*, or Ambrosial rioting exam. It Is nt.
tarty InspouilLle to Gad words to drsenlss the **lnca of •
p o rmalb..-vho has taw wad to shasiod slob
upon staking trial of this for the 01.1 ttme. • It is • ecattbb
Jof wonder, admiration. and pleasure.
JULF.4 INO ClttlAlt Is nomad/nal)
emollient, remlestiot the sitlimt taarld•wit,
" r e r;Wr ' r IttlittV:l=4l..•? 4
DT l 4 ei•
trm that ansilaasant and. sof feeling ofOmo.
Om skln d akik• to on
often expetiroonl err shastria.
& y et: w ee:ere *dna J atm Planes films IsurCniato. may Lew
th. =c ., piercing winds Immediately after I*
.... met t h e oda broom.* Warped. And two* wto
ogle tc, MA sear say, via 'v. , * too VAij tab .er
one great artniage-r.h...i1l
tad by thom .1)0 wear whiskers-me the to
d.b.lor biama. which oamt *ape vlll do, gists% a =di'
....i„.a.,/ "J":r"rd'""H'P".""'' wt.h n' sk 'rn f t to her"'"" tho 'h' utlcc Lr ? a e 'l4 :rlq "'k n l of &R atbub
eatentorea to render the opecoua, ,L„
andsapp s edated 1 ,7 all who nuke tzar of = al.
wl by • •
JULYS netn. Perfumer em Chemist,
120 Ckmaint Pliitalsibblia
Par Lida, Vaal.** and *lad, by O. A. rahrotams. • 00.-
. 411 - Et= wr Atburtict nui John forixict. wad .r
The Perfect Nan.
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