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Puu -
Bur.—Oar citizens who may wish to
packasesine beef, will do well to pay a visit to
chow W. Eretett stall this morning.
agriZernia BHOwn'll YAMMIR NOTIOXIL—We
y visited the "Yankee Notion" boats of
Nathan Brown,of Tamestiown,Chatanque
Noy York Mr Brown is an extensive =deo
tower of notions,and every epring he tits up three
or four line arks and emits one trading taped'.
tkut,vlils present cargo consists of 1600 doyen
earls swathes; 60000 lights, window seolu:6o
&ribald Serum; 475 dos rakes, 116 dot grain
tra4Elew 100 panel doors, 200 dot scythes; 200
dos pltelacirks, 160 dos hoes; 60 dot shovels;
280 ddk dry measures, besides loafer matchne
ea. a satiety of Ether useful articles: Nearly all
these notions are madein Meninges County; and
large portion by Mr. Brown himself.
3anuaurils issituated on the outlet of Chabot
ra.k... The boats-ire - freighted there and
down - the outlet to its union with the
- dew* that stream to Its junction with
the.Conewango, and thence to the Allegheny at
Warren.. Tote distacce to the river between 'six
ty or seventy tulles, over shoals, rapids, . and 8
feet mill dams. Mr. Brown's trip termint' 'tea of
Loptedg e in about three months from the time
.oyeeueing. He will remain some time at the Al-
LegttenyWhatf to dispose of his "notions."
iIiPOITANT ARRILIT.--Joseph Down was com
mitted to prison on Thursday by . police officer
Pu. Be is unused of baying obtained tws
thousand dolbtre . from Messrs. TaneyS Best of
this city, some months ago, on a forged draft.-
Bois elao , charged with swindling a number of
air &diens by selling the patent right to Coiser's
pitentehma, having no authority for so doing.
' PASSING, COitllrgarSlT idomer.—A woman na
med Moen= Butler was yesterday committed
to IRdsoit by. Alderman Major, charged, on oath
of W. 11...ifoutgomery, with paaamg a counter
feit notion the State Bank of Ohio, Imowing the
emu to bp aounterfeih
D131021D . 8 tiLSITHILL —Th e celebrated quer
' tette bands of Ethiopian Minstrels, organized by
John phistatul, who is one of the most graceful
disulari Is the ratted states, will give their last
most In &belly, at Lafayette Hall, this even
ts& They . ':have attracted crowded houses,
Lem sod as -thre is their lest appetsusee we
Lan ao doubttleat they will. have, one of the
largest indienies ever assembled In Pittsburgh.
WitMcm- iltscmar.—An old vagrant colored
woman- named Labelle Laws, applied to the
Comity. Commalsionets yesterday fora pair *of
Woes, end those 'gentlemen not complying with
her 'mita; she went out of the oillue, and
broke down four of the 'tine young trees, which
hare been planted along the walks near the jail
Mos WWI committed to prison to answer for the
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14.111 A
PAXO.7-Chir readers sill' hear. In mind
thatihepasionsma of the Hoban, - now-on ex
, hiblticai at the Atheneum, Will be exhibited thin
, aftartusin, as well an evening.. for 'the greater
Cony hence families .. It zs. a tins work of
ar and well: worthy of the encouragement
which lir:mires: The doors will be' open in the
aftornoolf, at three o'clock.
nn, Sttatsts FAXILL—This delightful troupe
of Wanted little vocalists, will give their last
oemsereat Wilkins Hall, this eming. We trust
; that they:will lave a crowded house, a aempli
'; Dna *Soh - they well deserve.
COR OP carmerp maim.
April l&
Prepaid, Hen. Wm. B. McClure, President
1 7 t 1 d1P4 fifid Wm. Boggs Assockee Judge.
Courniturisalth va. Oliver W. Blum, and Coos.
tattenvesMh es. Joseph P. Turner, crows suits for
'septet and battery. These awes were 'argued at
;BRA bylVatuna and Stoics on the part of Tur•
ser„ , anclAl. H. Large for Shaw.
The.inyi returned a, redid of guilty as to
£he*, notgullty as to Turner, and convicted
both datendiutts of esetialt and battery.
The Court them sentenced Shaw to pay a fine
4,41114. doffs:sand thb cost of *smuttiest for
usual and battery, and ten dollars for the
ignaY• Tamer was sentenced to pi s y • One of
'Ms ands quarter cents and the costs of prosecm
Commonwealth re. . Richard Alorrin—lndiet
lneet htteeity. en oath of Wm. Ft Morehead.
rho *feculent was a stage coach driver, in
amp ornant of 'Morehead, who had a pair of
pistols lying in his desk at theistic. °Mee, under
'Shoat. Charles IfoteL One of them was mined
•IYI the leteemitor, and was found upon the
ta of the defendant when he . true arrested at
Washington; Ponoszitsnis.
Os Oa "arta the defence, it vas etatentied
that Morris being in the employmeht of More;
bad, and bating Ins' ainfidenee, toot the pistol
ititkont tha slight - eat intention of keeping U. It
lea proved - that he had made no concealment
*tor the matter; but had frequently exhibited
tlititol, and Mated that it belonged to More
had been suddenly called to Wash
ington,,wirere his family reside , but had intend.
dad to return to the employment of the tense-
The jury without leasing the box returned a
Insguit of ..)tot guilty,'! and , Harris . was - dis-
Cannionwealtfrs. Joseph , tibMtion—inctiet
total larmery.. The defending 'was accused of
cloth . over cost, the property of Wm.
H. fierrang,^ He pleaded galley. John Ramp.
... ton, Es 4,, stated torthe Court, that the prisoner
had been but a short time In this comity, where
li t sd no friends, br acquaintance to whom he
t apply for , assistance, . Ragged and almost
hie nee-Softies tempted him to steal the
cast, for thrparposa of wearing it. He trusted
that the. Court would be mereilkl to the poor fel
. hike', and not imprison -'.him in the Pertiten
_-Subertson wasrentkinded to •
prison, and will
prOnsbly be sentenced today. All the eireum
- stirs:es connected with the cue, pmre it to have
bled gray umiommon one, the young man hay
phrinrionsly home s very good character, and
10 it ir evil:lenity a hard rose, we hare no doubt
that the .Court mill -attend to Mr. Hampton's
Coinminurindthrs: Frederick Bough. Indict
ntentaesping a tippling house. The defendant
isidleged to hare sold lignoriu Allegheny city.
The jury in the tippling house case tried
' the morning, returned a verdict of not guilty,
dadiesniant to pay the costs.
tknitairinntalth vi. James W. Williams, In
dletmenktareeny. " The prisoner was accused
of stealing scrotal articles of trifling value, the
=I - of Mary Itobineon, who resides In Al
elty.His, goat was erident- and the
retitimisd' a verdict of guilty. Williams,
who is ik colored man, was sentenced to slily
days latiirisconneut in the County Jail..
C•mir thlth e se. Elizabeth Williams—ln
dkteleatkeeping it disorderly house. The jury
Sitalthatailmlict ;j ot not guilty, prosecution to
paythe colts. ' • • '
The details of the next trial were onflt-for pub , -
'-.Coumthekrealth, 'it Thomas Jailksois—Lodict
end Larceny. Plea guilty. The defendant
bed stoke 11011111, cognising!' from J. lir Bewail,
Esq., and eras caught by that gentleman in his
egos Milling, law • books.: lie at once locked
the door shod trent for a police. officer, but the
limped out of a two story window; and es
wastes afterwards' met by Mr. 8. who
at 'Moe arrested Id= His ;linear, Judge Mc-
Clam sentenced blotto one year's impristmment
In the Western Penitentiary.. •
Ci7UNCIIS OF auxcraztrr.
• ' TIIVIDDAT, 46117, 1861.
Conneo men Preseztt-31ensTs. Buifontßore
land, Dalsell, Campbell, Dnbniren Graham, Mar.
shall, Nab; and Painter.
The President being absent, bln ldarsball,
was eboita , l'realdent P. 1%
A.Tb e fonoripg resolutions were read and Adopt
• .
Raievidv-Thst the Street Contrairsieners be
authorised to repair Rebecca stns.; sad that
tbs.stim of $4O be approplisted for that purpose.
Colearred in by C. C..
Resolved—That the Street Contruissianen to,
authorised to (=street s stone sewer over the
north end or Jefferson street; provided the same.
shsti not =st. more thsa $45. Concurred in by
. .
',,_ ~/1 1, That the mayor be authorised to
oziketlz._ _ )/11/14111, for *55, in favor of the Ana
.dujitlitentrated Chord; for rent of Treasurers'
. aporc -, Coaaarrett in by C. 'C. -.
C utob
- . , ' zed.r.". That the Mayor be authorized - to:
. : in favor of the lst, tad, and Ilk
r.„ Companies for
neorred In by C. earterly approprbie: ;
! •••• _ 'Chairman of the Committee on Streets
=Port, ointaining the Remoding
estimate ..of gnaing and paving on
Beck Lae. between &Werke street and , the A
voided, at $152188,
A eommancatiodwaareadirom A: AL Marshall
relatifs to the location of . Ridge street, . and the
manorial of lir. Irwin. •
The water Committee presaged a report, re
imeitotang water pipes to be placed in Portion*
ape following Meech: Rept etk d o , T omo t o ,
Cerra Renck Booth Cared, and Ridgo eteeeu.
Av .. 3 to with the exception of Ridge street.
A motion Tea made to reconsider the rote re.
jading the layttw, of water pipes w ridge st,.. t .
which ilia negatived. , 7 ,-
The water coramitied else recossto oo dw the
pulthese of .8,000. feet of water pi ab e
paid for ip:Cit7 .Burb. • Alm in farm
otaappiiing the outer stitita of the Otd o sod
liiannsylreAhlzallisitid , withstatiel . ler the termer
to jean, et the rite' of WOO per year.. Thus
1W raga e 2,000 fel of pipe.
The Water Committee also presented s large
number "obills for materials furnished in the
construed o?s of the Water Works, Ste., which
caused a wenn discussion among the members.
Some of No t e bills were referred. to a select com
mittee, with authority to confer with the City
Solicitor; in the matter.
The proalk grade of Ridge street as passed
by C. C. leas presented and on motion of Mr.
Matt, ,
Resolved --That we adhere to our former ac
tion on the grade of Ridge street. Negatived
After a long discussion, the S. C. agreed to
concur with the C C. in the grade of Ridge
ft , reet
Mi. Ca pbell offered the ;ono:ring Resolu
tion:—... • j
Resol That the cation of the S. C. in 1,.., I
lation to e grading of Ridge street be mean- ' 1
aidered. ost.
A reso lution appropriating GOO feet of new
hose to thel AMerican Hose Company os the 3rd j
war, trespassed in C. C., but not agreed to in j
8- C. Committee of conference asked-,Com- I
. raittee 11 : . .. with the action of C. C.
A comm
seers of tbe
ed in C. C.
The I
gialatnre re,
water rents
I ication from the Mayor and over
poor relative to appropriation, (pawl
was read and laid on the table,
nance Committee wee authorised to
rated copy of laws passed by the le
tire toparing streets, collection or
APRIL 17, 1851.
Council Met upon special call of committee on
Present-,leasers. Bruce, Day, Edgar, Ed
wards, Gallagher, Kelly, Kennedy, Kincaid, Lo
renzo, Morrow, Wilson and President, Murray.
. Theminules of the last two meetings were
read and apiroved.
The reset don relative' to the publication of
the proceedi ga of Councite, and the resolution
relative to he erection of a gas post, which
were laid over on a third reading, at the last
meeting, were severally taken up and. read a
third time aid adopted.
Mr. Lorene stated that he had been inform
ed by members of Council, that the present City
Aasemorluipromis ed cerbally declined to proceed with
the duties o said office,. and had promised to
tender his tten resignation thereof, this even
oiniumanch as this bad not been received,
fferedb the following resolution.
I Resolved, Shim the City Assessor having de
clined, or teglected to comply with the pre
cisions of Me ordinances relative to his office;
the mine Is hereby declared to, be vacant, and
Councils will meet in Joint session, this evening,
at 8i o'clock, to elect & parson to fill mid Tummy. '
On motion of Mr. Gallagher, the resolution
was read a second time.
Mr. Kennildy, moved its third reading, end fi
nal passage.
' But upon uggestion of doubts as to the legal
propriety of proceeding . with such election at
Intent, gave way to a motion by Mr. Gallagher,
that Council ourn, to meet at the call of• the
finance eon= nee, which was adopted.
Council me by special call of Finance Com
MembersllLes , ent-Messrs Bissell, Black, Cor
dell, Cunning , Drum, Friend, Gribben, Reza
mon!rirper '
Kaye, Little, M'Farland, Mellon
Poll . Rets;:. Shrum, Tindle, Willock, Wilson,.
wn d a olion,l Mr. Willock took the chair, es
Pratt, in e absence of Mr. M'Enicht.
' , Mr Black resented en , 'ordinance entitled
"an o • c regulating the markets," Read, '
and re erred committee on markets.
The 'B. C., communicated a report from the
street commit , accompanied by the following
resolution, vi :
[ i
Resolved- hat the finance committee be and
they Rebore y interacted to provide means to
the amount of $BBBl 94, being the amount of
contnicta ante into in 18-18 and 18d6, and ex
ecuted and paid for in 1830 out of the improve
ment fund. I ' •
In 8. C. repast read and adopted. - Action of
8: C. concurred in.
Aho, the following resolution, viz:
Resolved, • t the committee on engines and I
dime,be and ey . are hereby authorized and in- 1
E .
trisected to re proposals and enter into I
contract for e re-building of the Niagara En
House, ording to the resolution passed ,
In Councils, Discember, 1850. And that they, '
in connection with a committee from said coca-
pony, shall de tide on a plan for the same. Pro
vided, That the whole cost of re-building said
haute shall. not exceed $l5OO, the amount ap
propriated by said resolutions of December, 1
.1856, and to bpi}}paid for in July, 1852, unless ;
taid Niagara Fire Company - ehall .
.enter into
InO excess
'in for any ex 'in the mated said build-
. , Bl, anteododbyintertlog "and
. C. Mark .
to be. paid for; in July, 1852:tand. to amended,
read three times and passekjletion concurred
. .OMMlttralcatt . ''...-
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Alien a ' 'on frearMr:•Alden, Ms:- ,
die tocertain ;suite against thecity. In Is. C. ;
read a nd est to City Solicitor. withpower to I
act. - Aetion concurred in. .
Also,lthe follcwing resolutions, lip , I
Resolved, Ti at the Treasurer be instructed to I
notify t several Collectors of Taxes in the dif- I
ferent ardsOhat all those who do not settle in
fall th • lasbyt ar's duplicate with the Treasurer,
en or ore die 25th of this month, shall not be
entitled take the o ffi ce of Collector for this I
year, ac Councils will proceed to elect other per- I
sem in eir stead at the regular stated meeting of
COLO 3 ,on th last Monday of this month. The
vt.2is tinstructed to notify the City As
!SSW lax forthwith, the duplicate of the
last y " storment of taxes, at the Mayor's
office, ' edit% to law.
In S. ~ rea4 three times and passed. In C.
C. read d laid over.
Mr. Wilson r. tented a bill of Victor Scribe &
Co., for . 1,50, nd one of 1.. & W. Neeb for
A bill of Ml. Mueller for $115,00, for ad
vertising was read, and with the other two
hills ref dto the committee on claims and Se
ornotte. i
- On motion Conseil adjommed, to meet at the
Mal of the finance committee.
BeritrENZl POLL.% roes A 1101L
!MD ,al Mt; Loan Imaso:—By relays.. to our
adratlilattl columns It allf 'LW twat that there la now •
dance offered l 7 ableh any person. although of veer 11m.
nal mesas, an mom a Maw hlmeelltiond family at •
gun natal prat., and within . very short distance of
Nov York • tr. f 2ir ill e latex or the Prate of Now Tort,
snob . home ea exempt from the dernanda or emit.
tont. and Oa pooAl mon can And there .n urban Mao
arAdeb =Okla but: the bad of death em dlepasee
418 u &Malan of {h e
L td. 1 , 0012 takes place, era would tl.
elm our reatotato early &optical°. at the °Aloe. I n
lobe Arad; Alex] •
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--. .
• The eastemtei egrapb lines all being prostra
ted by the storm, we received the following
daqmtch last night, by special express from Bos
ton to New . .Torl r
i! Neer Tong, Aprill7, 10 P. X.
The Steatite/lig America left Liverpool ou Sat
urday, the 6th of April, and arrived at Boston
about noon to-day, after o passage of twelve
The money m rket uncha nged .i L e °sDas.APril4' 1861
for money, cloe to day at Siii&felf. A iner i.
can securities a without material change, but
prices are no' yfirm.
' - Lll7 001. rARKer..
. r
• Ln at POOL. April 4.
Corrosi. - -The anent qualities have receded
one eighth penny, Other kinds are also a ishado
lower, but less than al. The sales of the week
auweint to 89000 bales.- 1
Holders of when and four demand an advance
on existing prices. American Wheat, fine and
mixed, is selling et 6s 44 per 70 Ms, and 'corn at
325e,,i. 32s Od per , q uarter.
• PROVII/0215.—lioef is firm and steady in prices
With • moderate business doing. There is a fair
Inquiry for Porkd but stocks are much reduced.
Bacon is slow of Sale, and high prices are relne:
tantly paid. Lard is firm' at 40 ®47s'ecwt.-.-
Cheese sells readily. _
,• ..MmesitansonS.--Tallow is dull; , tbe same
AO be said of ashes. There is nothing doing
in. tar. Rosin is Without change. -Turpentine
ii;salling &tie fd 8s ld. Freights are dull,
!Wilbent prospect of immediate improvement.
:The Steamship Pacific, Capt Nye arrived at
Livalmor on Sant ay the Slevat 1 o'clock P. M.
• The City of Mar from Philadelphia arriv
ed in the Mersey 2P.M. on the B.amcitsky. '
. .The steamer Atlantic bad been removed to
Niakinson's, graving dock, and minutely inspect
ed by a bomber-1)f scientific men, all of whom .
reported her to be hr perfect and satisfactory
The political news is of very little importance,
'either from England or the continent. :
Tilts - louden &
that the present
pis tidy changed,
to tome beforatn
latratlon In a taw •
A Coltnet Intuit
mat than thi •
calonlats, and ant
tte speaks with nature:lee,
Cabinet most either be can
oe essentially modified; so as
public es a reforniel admin.
oaths, or perhepe even weeks.
be formed which will regain
•t Cabinet does; Or the peat
dined of 'the - figrienitaraliete;
• owners of Great Britain.
• hold their position, aid
are getting throagh the business of Parliament
with tolerable euccess. The Budget was discus
sed on Friday. evening. the 4th inst.., and resolu.
dorm fors renewal of the income bu were agreed
A powerful Papal League has been formed in
Apprehensions are entertained, that the im
mem.e number of foreigners now in England,
are considering.' revolutionary scheme, which
is to develop* itself during the treat Exhibition.
The matter was brought before Parliament; and
in reply to inquiries propounded to the members
of the Cabinet, assurances were given that the
Government was prepared for any emergency.
There is nothing of special interest from Paris
Things generally remain quiet, buts feeling of
anexiety, amounting almost to alarm, prevnils,
respecting - the progress of Socialist principles in
the Capital and the Departments.
The Deceiver General's house, in Lyons, had
been burned dint, and the public documents
A Cabinet Council was held on the 2nd instant,
the subject of which is said to have been the
state of the Department of Nieree and also Paris.
A moor prevailed at Paris of some disorder
haring taken place at Montpelier on Satteday.
The National Assembly, by a vote of 249 to
-to 303, referred M. De Raucie's proposition to a
special commission.
The municipal councils at Nuits and Praey,
have been dissolved, and the Mayor of Nolte and
his Deputies diandssed by AdMiral Personal.
""'t Dutch Squadron sailed front .11reett for Ton
' hin on the 15th. ,
The papers contain an official account setting
forth the failure of the ministerial combinations ,
which bane been attempted by the President.
The director of the Republican newspaper has
been sentenced to hue and imprisonment fur hen
ing publlshed a second edition of his paper with
out making any additional deposits:
:Accounts from Madrid nra to the 26th ult.
The .E.),ora states that the King had left on the
preceding day for Aranjuer, on a visit to his
brother, the Enfant Don lfenrique, who; It ap
pears,, is in that royal residence, a regular pris
oner, escorted by a detachment of civil guards. •
The Chamber of Deputies was still engaged dis
casSing the project of a law relative to an ar
rangement of the Treasury debt. .
- • ..
The income tax bill has passed, with but little
discussion as to the 25th clause.
The members of the Royal family, and the
Princes of Hohenzollern, are exempt from the
operation of the tax.
The Queen of Bavaria has arrived at Berlin,
on a visit to her father, Prince Wilhelm, of Prus
sia, who is seriesudy iIL
The foreign office had been offered to Count
Alverisleben, who le expected to decline
the offer. It is stated that Baron Manteuffere
position as premier, is untenable.
Letters frota Toulon, to the 27th ult., confirm
the late intelligence of failure of the Austrian
negotiation at Rome, for the North of Italy Rail
Letters of the ult., announce the return to
the Takla, of Com. 2ifartin'e squadron.
The claims of the Marquis of Valadas, to. the
peerage, have been rejected. In the debate on
this claim, speeches of great violence were ex
changed, by the. Duke of Saldenha and the Mar
quis of Thomac.
The Lower House have voted for the whole of
the Budget. The Alfeit question was before the
Upper.llouse, when the Post left.
-The circulation of a pamphlet, entitled • , The
Dresden Conference" is prohibited in Austria.
The Minister hue met with several uriforeeeca
obstacles to laie plan of reducing the import du.
The Emperor on the 23d, being the anniver
sary of the battle of Navarre, gave a grand mil
itary dinner at Trieste. Ilia majesty proposed the
health of the Victor of Navarre. The aged Mar
shal replied in appropriate terms.
The German question remains in Maui quo.
The insurrection in Bemis has been effectually
. Boman, April 18-1 P. ?if.
Tho America has brought the following later
intelligence Pram Europe:
MATT comrel.
The London Times of the sth tut., says, the
suspension was announced yelderdtg n ,eMussr.s.
Batehlur Carder. .merelhantsCand agents.
Their — fituisactiorui unstated to hare br.en chiefly
in Coffee and Produce; and the loss, it is belies.
ed, will fall principally in Holland and Germany.
• • •
The f'ontion Times announces, that the budget.
was substantially the tame as before,Amt the new
form of -the House tax was certainly mach lets
objectionable. The Chancellor promises to give
come details respecting the Income tax. on Mon
day nett; and also promises not to press the
proposition for the reduction of the duty on
seeds, and (or defniTing the cost of the Lunatic
The London Timer in of the opinion, that the
Income tar. will not hereimposed without acrioue
The other Lon,lon'journals strongly complain
of the continuanbe of the Income Tan, but ap
prove of the amended form of the Home taz
The Advertiser says the lonisation of the basis
of this League was accomplished yesterdey.
The confederacy will be one of the most for.
midable of which we have any. :example in the
ecclesiastical rounds; of the country.
The Formation will be inaugurated by a great
gathering in the largest place which can be got
in London.
When its constitution and plans are brought
before the public; Howl!l strike into the heart of
Popery. It will assume the aggressive. ft will
bring its means and appliances to bear even on
the city of Rome itself. One of its principal
objects will be to induce the British Govprnment
to demand from the Pope the allowance to Eng
lish Protestants in Rome which are so abundant
ly granted to Catholics in this country.
13ariug's Circular of April 4th, received by the
America quotes 11. 8. Coupon bonds, at 110
to 117 i. Maryland ski 801; Penna. G's were
heavy at 83. •
, April 3.
The market for cottonts dull today, with sales
of IGO bales at a decline of 1 farthing.
Breadstuffs and Rice are dull, with no exteq
the sales.
PARIS Bosse. April 4th
Fire per cents 92 F. 70. Threes 67. 18.
NYA YORE, April 18.
The steamer Prometheus, from Chagres, with
California dates to March loth, io below.
Poston, April IS.
Daniel Webster has written a letter to the cit
izens of Boston, acknowledging the receipt of an
invitation to address them at Fazienil Hall, a
pleasure which he regrets declining, on 'account
of the Boston Aldermen refusing the use of the
Hall for that purpose.
ALBANT, .April 17
A terrible accident occurred nu the Italia'',
at Genera, yesterday.
While the express tram was waiting for the
accommodation train, it was run into et the
height of its speed, by the latter. smashing fee
cars to atoms; killing one. and badly maiming
three other peaaons, viz: Isaac T. Riley. coal
dential clerk to Corning lb Co. . had both legs
smashed, arid has since died S. B. Stott, Ken
osha, Win., had both legs smashed ; Mr. Tetrie,
Slilwankie ; another person, name act known.
was thrown from the car and seriously rounded
—his life is dlspaired of.
The. accident was caused by earolettnres of tho
switch tender.
The want of .cars compelled a number of tbn
passengers to take the Eric road.
New YOILIC, April 18.
The Legislature adjourned sine die, yesterday,
after much confusion in the Senate.. In the mor
ning,-when the Erie Canal enlargement - bill came
up for final passage, Mr Mean demanded to post.
pone the indeficdtely, which being lost, he
and 11 of his colleague. withdrew; and the bill,
on third reading, was laid on the table for want.
of s quorum.
One hundred and seventy-fire acts were poet
ed during the maims.
The America's advices published this morning
haie had little or no effect on the market. The
receipts of Flour - continue slim andmarket M firm,
2000 bblsstandard brands sold yesterdry after
noon at $4 50. The sales for city consumption
are moderate at $4 661V4 6* for -common and
good brands, $4 750 i 5120 for extra, and fancy
lots ut higher rates.
Corn Steal—A small sale mui made at $ . 2 87
s t bbl, but most of the stock is limited above
thin price.
Grant—There is moderate amount wheat or
raving sates of 5000 bush, prime Penna., 'nitrite
at 105, and ml as 1000 bush. Rye is scares,
and wanted.. Corn continues in goal demand,
and ?,000 bushels yellow isold at 646651 !and_
Oats In ilemarid' at former rides.
Whiskey—Sees in bbla at 24, and nhda at 23
0281. The article la scarce.
April 18.
Flour—The America's advice, hate given tone
to the nominee existing in brondstufla, but the
continued wet ivetther cheeks transaction&
Grain—A fair husine” is doing in wheat at .
1000 for Ohio. Tim Movement In corn li pretty
extensive, nni%t of the transnctions being MI stocks
to arrive at ti2ief,i,bil for mixed western, deliv
erable next month, and tlitc for new yellow in k
Prorkions—Ohio pork Is hotter and much en=
quired after. at $l5 11.19,15 25 for new, sod
$l4 25 for old 111. A. :fates of prime at $l2 50
for new. and $ll 2:. for old. Cot meats are ac
tive arid mendy Lord ie iu fair request at fic in
Cottee—li active and firm, at 10c far Rio, and
12c for JR'.
Whisky—la easy nl 233e@24i gal
April M.
Cotton luts declined an ith under the steamer!
news, with pales 800 bales.
Flour—Prices are firm end unchanged. Hales
5 00. 'this at 14.50 for common to straight Stalk
$ 4 . 56 1q.4, 1 :81- for Michigan and Indiana.
Wheat—The market is dull, with no change
10 prices.
Corn—Pricey are firmer. &del 8000 btu at
Rye—Prices are somewhat lower, with sales
or 41000 bus at i2...10,73.4 "g 4
Pork—The market is aa. Sal. 400 bhla at
$15,121a.12,50 fo r mesa and prime.
Lard—The market k buoyant. Sales at 9@
ble 1,4 lb.
Other articles unchanged.
April 18.
Flour—No Nal.. Holders ask $.1,62. for Row
and Street, and $4,26 for City Mills.
Grain is unchanged. '
Provisions firm, with an upward tendency.
Groceries remain unchanged.
Stocks are steady.
April IS.
Flour—Sales at 5a,486„3,63 bbl.
Whiskey—Sales at ISIe
Lard--Sales 4000 kegs prime hard, at 90 1.1
lb: Se has been refuse,' for prime roll.
Groceries—Maintain a firm tone.
'River stationary.
,fiLY $25 POE A HONCESTiiiii — .
2.2 FARMS, worth over 5 8,500,
and .1.40 d LOTS. to be distrsbuted Lunn.
Puberibere.—To pimply the demand for
Lot/ and Fenno at Ifermatai.lll. 1 have laid oat
another tract. adjoining the Innavlslsnd Railhead t •
la. ahead) rola at Ilertnautivllle. to be of the earned..
and dlstosed of and dleed among the parthasers In the
same manner true. recently sold there.
Alma been indueed to do thas from the great Womb. o r persons to purr.. Um. Lots and Fal./. p.
the Improvements In that part or the !eland aro const.thtlr
hien:W.. and large numbers of person. havenow he.-
Nme 1[11.1.441 in the. howls. This nedionna tract Ls In
every respect eittud In the other, end .1 the rate they
are now below' taken the, will all he .11 in a few weeks.
At.. 00u thatp are now aulacrthed. •
flachautwher . a L.. =, tog &a, I.7thg
toother, or a FARM of frou 4to Di bY Th. sham are
limited at 12:u—rateable. Sr when subscrited for. SO on or
before the day of dhorthcalon. and the balance to monthly
indainients ofdented. Warrantee laved will be
made out immoilately alter thsidletalbution. and deliveted
dircetlf ater Paring the balance.
The la.. ere .Ituntef 11111Sae of LIERIIANI I i•-
VILLE. on the inn:: Mend Itallerad Colanti
end SO . from th uf New York.atal•
io/u. Lake.
land. .ho ama 11 1 ... 'madly laid out. ,•at.lbere baud.
wane bullitthee are erected
It is one oral, b. altluei pi., in the Unita. Slates. aud
within ono mile of Ronkonkoma lakt. • tenutirul slovt
of w•ter.aNnit th ree mil. ineircumfereure. rthgular
11 ' 31 '"P• 1;, -° :a - i.: 2 ,. 'd ,: r btr. ;I' 2 ' "."""a"4
co dlrt.t Mim tae mat
e u uth tie,. which a Orr natl. wide and Al ma. kencc
abomientfy ettpidvA a,N bah et seta.
Oa. Ida la will Aoduce moth p-r acre. with the
same cultivetha... etc land within bay sere.
tlw 011,
ol Neir
. .Loon f.i.00 trio-tr.—At theal meetin g of th e
New York ..Agricnitto al o.eortr. boldthall at Albany. en the,
2dat lovtant..Or avant,: mann. on Ituon vrtm•
dnd thad..ll onto , •Lands wcoud I,l—on plight bonm—
i 3lO t l zeaueLl i . They ., 1 , .: , 1 t i tu ,, ket , ..
rill:bele 000 to o l. acre ThotrapUtuVerlte;:,
7•74'.:ll.l.lll'..';2lelid'attr',Vit....C4ell'apteCnre"ta oI
The staericultural capacities of Lang Irlantrate begiuMnd
tc. derolorwL l •—lLnsi I.lanler.
Sctunket L. about.i.dd stoles rum Mot laud Merman.
villth and la roe better 1.0 maw, th an th e, Wade.. oh
f-rel few sale. 'f b 6 wheat 0 •new varietr. .Iwriorklud.
and waitea.ol ..1.4.1 per Hahneieed
nommen for the precinct of • Milan.. Shah taro
acme. over
Them have been'roised during the path.laull. ' the evirt
teat of Corn. add Potatoes 110.4.1 per KM. Egg peu.
a rarietr of gamine vegetal**. land near Lk
Island Railroad.. Lake Rood, or Lakeland. wheat. IDA
oOite has beenLir which phspaluinJ at the
;hardy Csoetr • Agricultural Pate. held Sept. Zth. 1510,
w e e s a een. Al. p.s. beta. manna. Wate.ll.l.COhlAtlll.
bend tatu
She 0,100, .., la Deem the New Vora Forth., and' !de.
of November rth.11,11% amtpre• written br Me. Star.
to. rill., who visaed the 'lands. The wheat. poke...
men, referred to In the articlo. wren raletd at like
hied, near Ilernmanvlllsetation
e11...10g • feeelsoure . !donee during th
ree mat.,.lt we
were conveyer over the Long Ithoid Railad. tu a la tv
trice crag country, about an., v e t,,. N e w Ire
nth.. end to be capable of very •newiedal sad Mkt. •
bit cultivsth.. although late la the Sealan zed vWsed •
cinder wpm we wee. nuptial! at the qua Me
ty and abundance of the crop which Dad been gather ed
Rom a portion of the lent.. al. them/tater mope. whidrit
...area unusually twetieths. Wheat, whkli bad bet D
sown but two or the oak. ro.e.nte a hcaumftl
anew w peal
hile titrulpe, het, .4 other ',up, rot gathered tor emcee Low romp.. sdrataly
with lb. best In the New Tor. Menial Potaloo,atrothr
ht the Mbar vseratny without a vendee of dues..
and con, stand:lit 1 4 ciO earposwlnt by much
ee ern Janda roil etrarve than cow hundred dollars
ti'te.e. erre. Initeed the vere.t.t. which rooLdwed 11. per lathe Sunois ...say fair is tn. raLaid from • por
s thia anoint which ad nol cdermted sve- I In were very favorably Improved
with our volt I, the. land, two favorably offered to
Ito. MALL-, 01 win. whir/ ...Dot fall to double In a few
rot.. and vie would invite th, attention of tlicee echo dr.
'7l, n l Zm ' vt!;a l clll ' lN% ' tntl ' oa 6 t i re tfrilers or the
Loft. Wand hatlrrad.whence no. run wooer. tan. a der
hihruclurn and Nu.. The swrt n of th e land (11 ,
and the eurromnitug eeliCtry 42
ly twalthr. mit within a air mace of this place. LI.Lly
cultivated and • having been vatted for more than
+Jimmie. end tiwz tees , end dual. Wads voltpt
nowt iO4 to Salo per acre.
The land. an a. Pont air tvprecratM, and as good ...7
war on the linen & and when eultiratesl, tondo.
to tbe higtiesa
Th. land ...owe heavily ttudwiedi route portions to.
now covend with a shifty growth or yams wt.., •
end pins. .Iro.l is plenty, end generally ducat. In
that para.( the - bland. lreotted cheap that threat.
cultable ter te cut lido eunleineli tor the New York mat-
Octet. of sada,u tirkr. and hae, for save. M./ teem.
Lewu oleos, coaddered cash article this Wend.
There tuaterial on the land for enMl3lOll
eheetuut rails ran he bcol vilthiu a Gov naten of theme louts
h All building materials can be halos the
depots of krooklyn and Ureenival., and at many
di.. Aare, at th e wood ...ran prices.. There an no.
wenn. On.. .4 water tido. ha thee we and
running rum the greet Moth Rey, which are reattarlcable
thel py and
dry . weather
make. very II:11e dinners In them. they are unfailing. and
welt. ere of 1.1.111 depLtoe—pnxbablr over these .usw
land, In the middle evgion of the Wand, the apneas*
dept will Without 34 teen at alrrmamrd W es the ground
L. blab., they ere deeper. 01.1.•ri6eni are not raitorwlled
td build
There are to. elurebov and el, within 100 or three
mlle•of the .111. i, nod eithil e . t.a., ball, factOrt.}
1101... and village... Allethe P elleme. an old matted
...Mel' are Wl...tied here. and Ilea Peopleof Suffolk twonty
pride the... on 6.1. • highly moral, onleinfarkl
id.. people. All of my eoberrisen are persona ef renew.
• The 1.141 nut he very ,41, cleared...a the net of *et
Ilement almtret elairely upon the Mettler. hewn
lar out as much or . little as he choose, Idu not know
of thy °Neatens to the plate or to the land for esFettle.
meat; and the tale, and Industry which make ante
cieditl and streeferma• nottlements nth,. pet. of the
beetowed ziron the. lends, cannot fail to pre
duce favornble reuh,
The dim... 6 in ever/ Particular healthy and Sle.ant
—the roads are saws. painwbla. at all ream,.
of the year—the winter. are Short .W mod. ow:lnane to
the winters. the nialci en the north of the Islghlande—
there la weldor., aleltallng mom theta two or three week• Ola
the 1.1.04.
What la reca.kable, • rem. It sehlorp (Mond bydraught
—there Le no part of the
where dem hi on little
Injury Irmo draught ae on Long !eland:nor Is three any
ury from wet—there le no wet to cold lend on the
I and. All tbe land &leen. the in..d.hif th e SUMP/
c. made highly valunble at a Dotal' ...few there la
in, nob thin: . • toed f or a freshet. In the Interior
0.1 of the moots,. br ...bleb eery at...damage to down
each an event cart - ilna off ,
Mitre, or the breaking
of • wok Antn,oth great damage...le almost ualward of on
Long 1.101.1. The Arnow. and hayasbound In flab and
wild fowls of every variety. •
The la. IP how! eing surveyed, nod th e lota nd OM.
oaked ut, . a's Jesh,hati• eaCh 101 owl hie s a laid
it own on the Map. theridni .ran eubtimilernitroat na
pan. ur curve, I'enions
o r 1 .,, thetoludirts °Mho
•phooll.l thane,. (dr • lioniutead or Ihrtu 013eled .010. MUld.
anPfr won.
. I tu eonavitusnee of the great number of letters tarot
dealring information el the.
found neceitaary to tomer them in this
P arttr.V.,YrilT=We Wi'llEt:il"7o;l=rAtteTp;:i
therefore by return ore
lig will al. gratuatintely tar.
Web map and r.nphlct. of me proerty; and eh...fully
give meta nth, information im rosy be dialed.
CHAIILLO %VW:). 111 John aims, N T.
eols ;toe Ltla!
, , t foe,. j.j4 pee acre. thew laud. ata
eep to pa. fa imlog and granny ptirpOors, Weer
rvar•ft hiving the wit/vole.. arid prattled= of R. I.
road, wheu h.erri and eultirand. they will te elinal to
.111* , /I Ti.l andestial to that which, in the
teinity .4.11 the old elllacea and estattneuts cr Long rt.
1.14.11. to per aeree
the relay er the land can homed.
to !Inn ilea, Who. and "en Chandler of the /merle..
ludilitte. Dunn, 3,1 Rmalwar N C: 1 Patton, publlste
~.tolt.m et. n: V, II I brown, Seq. alt. of the dean
, trielotort le: Wsnon.L.N 1 Ler E ales
4, brook!, tObn Pprover, 3 Snail el. Eteckl-to
torther..t; heradle/y. V. John V; Life
lusurelne Co. 37 Kall it. N T. 1 3 / 1 1h.tut 1 Brathereckillter•
of the Mem., rear. tether Atthr6 N
Holman. custiou,. Bolden, Ness: Liberty' Gllbtri.
Reardni en Loading, Troy, N T. 71toa and Dco D
Jerre , Ca:. Levi Ledge, vd &Ng. and Colt Zs.
Iln Wet tiro C 1.3 Pearl et N
C Boeskel. Ludhw ct.N Tll Fainter. 1'h11.01.114114
end Dotteli grlldkek
kiad 1851.
nd x. f tr. unr i t t i , n ,ll. lltr ,
g2,-„ u n, ipsiblotrg. ll'beellog. Bridgeport. Cagan., tad
Sunfish Nast—leaven Pittsburgbevery Wedocoday at
a o'clock. P. 31, for Wbeeliog mad Beidmort. ova . ,
3p. fb, Buttfisb• Returning,
I gunfUlt ever, Notaday gt 10 recite...l4,A. Of.. gad
BM-sport OM! Yr hurling eeery Monday and alturalgy. nt
4 P. St.
Fm 4.104 npd paenag. 0505 on board, or to
ruch7 JOILY FLACK. Agent
UGH.—Thelightdrsuabt steamer ARENA,
U. P. Minors.mister. leaves Wellsville MI, Floods/.
tyvvisssiay, And Friday. at 8 crelork, A.B. for East LI,
brpinl. , Muscly, Met .'s Latullug, Braver. sii4 Pitt.
urgh. Lea,. Pittsburgh over/ Tuesisy,Tharidayolud
astunlay, at It/o'clock, V. for Inver, 31c Ferran's
ias, olaitiow, East Llerspoul. =I Wellsville.
For freight or pasature.sDPlr bu board.
111 EC LAB
4 .4, WIIRELINO PACKLI.—The smiandkl lls
a/summit/4 Moamar DIURNAL. Con sera, m
tor. Is rum parthrmlngher regular triAreekly trip betameo
Mil city and Wheeling. leaving PitteLargh at 10 dela%
arm Monday, WedrItIOIST .krUi Friday. and rotor:dna.
h 11.41 Wheeling every Tuesday. Thomas, and tiatotta . y.
imosteh smtk. For letialit or pAtrap s atplyou haul to
naafi ARMSTRONG a I..NOZIKR, Aped.
PACRWT. CINCINNATI. Captain Johniait
Ingham: Th ital.:oak/ htbil area built br
the Onnera or the atomaner.laaan Newton. anti other, for
the Cincinnati anti Pittalionth P../ort trade. and will leave
erm We . lneadar fareiro-lostatl. lu place of the NearrNotg
" 3'
0. for
" Mak t " aaa '
r INgPt4t7.—Tb. flan otentorr PACIFIC.
t: 00 :3 =Z. ' e n v e k ;.7;=; " , v.". "e k P te . I
For freight or peer. e apply au b o w to
or .
T. w i toird a SON,
MahnNo. No. 01 Warr CO hoe sti.
Valuable Property for Bale.
rinlE SUBSCRIBER offers f9r Bale a valua-
R. ht. Mee of property to Allegheny City. Issirtutsi
front co ii.lncessUreet of IMP. snit running iweit
feet to P.m street This property lo faulted Iniosetliste
li south of the nutileuee of Samuel Choi., and mess the
residenare of VDUs= Dilworth. There ho • Yr.. how of
!tinsel on the wails., whkh»nt for 4130 few ennato.—
The property te level awl well suited for laying off in lute,
heeitiLl . 43 . l . ts Deb.. stul 114 g Meet. if will k
. 44 snit on
Put of the purchase nutney can remain se
thind gamut. Inquire of the entweriber„. the
For Rent
A Small well futhhed and completely fu
ahhwl More, no orst door to thn von ofilee
No 73141..4r1y E.U & 4th els.
apS4f tlkot slid Trlbutta fOrn )
Far Sale.
TI.IE members of the Fairmount Fire Com
0401,44044 their Engine fur onle. It 14 In 4:4401
4.4 and •1111.4 eadelieny. Etniniro
44.3:4f J O, iien'y,
No' 409 Penn greet-
A Good Opportuni_V for those who want a
sutioniber offers for side tbe Binning pi.n of
No. 1. Four Lot. In Pride's plan of lot., it the iffehtb
W.l. eaeh tot being 21 feet by 104. These lota are Plow.
&net situated, and ate he wild at • h.gaiu. a, thy
lifer at • distance, and Ye. to bap°. of th em.
Na L.' Throe Lots at the rorner.of llond street .4 Da
quenkr IT.—adeasitageuttely located for either bust..or
private eraMences.
No. N. Ten Loto In the 80n... of Lanseutovie., Yell
.oiled the private nobler.,
N. 4. T Ire Acres of Lout In entddea tiortuddp. Thia
Proiwty it edinlzaidy lees./ for eouri eato, Lek. bolls
short , eltstuire fn. booby 11.. and od.nbig the Nonfood.
No. r. . ot. Lot 411 Webster street, ne. YAM _41.1
rfitil a Y;Z:f ' Vele etrelatt.ii r' irirlei ft rZulrVltl
A 11 ...Atm/ . U. 113.14 near the tomer of Webster and Elm
stre•ts,trintainlng 11 rooms. sill he rented very low to •
Waal WWI. so constructed that two tamales can oc
eupy it ie.. gly ROBERT WRAY, Al.
turner Webster and Elm much,
For Rent.
iffr7 'mg. and eulvtantial
mitaLle for m neadmii. or mmuhetu
Pievesilon given ininillarik ts Fmuireoz
inebl334 comer (imison one; ligul Y.r.tle .t
rOR RENT—A Route oni
Third vtniet. g
ird war house , . It
no gm Annum lame yinieh Or. Will
he rented lon. and ponsergion g iven inanolintely.
Aligo—for Bale or Loom. in the Ninth-Word.
between Tem ',tree; and the Allv ig hetl f river.
et Benj. Darlington% YoutiL street. mar Wont.
Valuable Beal Eatate for Bale.
SUBSCRIBER offer, for Sale, ong
favorable terms. the followitut Noel Eetate, in
Telty Pittsburgh vlsi
No. 1. Three valmble three /Poll btick awaiting homey,
op Byroad street b etween Market end Ferry emote, the
letrbelng each llilset Mon by 00 dem..
Nix tftutetins foot Minh.. Third street r.ijoinlnty
the Third Presbyterian on whkh le elected one
tear Mary brick harlot maid ae a ptintitio once, and one
two Mary Wet warelionse.
in No maToo lootsg
ano i nt l a oo ,fee D eKern eh n, m onw y el dh:ah g
ed be
MUD block of hoar frame dwellings, and one separate
frame trelllog, all two storlea Kph.
No. a. One lot 30 feet fronton Hack street. opposite the .
stove, and extending to the lop of the hill.
N 0.5. Too beach lots. each 00 feet front. and runtdne
from the rued totem water mark, on tit, Big heaver.
No. 6. One valuable water lot. 100 feet on Wheel Ranh
with fro rhares water tower attached.
Nn 1% 00ei 1.1 oPPOeite the water lot t BO feet=
exteuding to the top of the lON 00 .w e
two story brick .ton and warehcase. a hy CAW; also o
frame dwelling, two titmice high.
X L thr e 1011. N.. Btightott &stem:runty.
ing about 140 ra t on Broadway, and about 100 feet deep.
remaining 1/4 ano.anobich are ercered two large Rome
and one mail frame helve. med ail an office
nig prrrerrty oas formerly romper./ llr .7. Gnats.
elmls ear,. rawaarir leebild. bung IromPlistel;erfretie.
elm PaNston Draft.,
No. P. On. water let. trumieltutely below Pallalon Erelor.
Seitz . / abeut 1110 feet In hhgth.arrl artf t r , t4ing tam rater
"in.".l rert ".".". m igillL7. 7 lra%. "' ln a :1611
Ando at the oPole
of IL C. E,OrnlON. mutt% wed
sni Ratter! etreete 301131 FLE.3IN4. Agent
meh2l Pournal mot Peet cm . . I
Drag and Prescription Store for Sale
Irmatd tn a fcarultaa and imrron.E Pan
raa .pleb LP 1604 prentahle Ppetne:o.l,/
bind ler ea/. urca For taxiLti..partwullar.,
BALF.D IbcreniWl.
tor.bl4 1.14 d
TO LET -- A WAREIIOUSE. bituatei nit"
=Wen, re. Fot•Pet¢ Martottallerrr
emi.ablo tbo fto4n , For I,rou.
quu•of PALZELL.
N Wel.r nt
For Sole.
BLOCH OF the miter orWaa •^ Xi
moon and Penn moot. and traollaa m am
.71nota Chaal. to the elto at Plttatetrah. TO.. Lot fnmts
boatload4M forty Soar teat at Non Korot, and one
and afar feet nine terhos on Wind:dal:um =met.
to a henry feat allot. Tryst. of
N.lOO Penn st.
FOB SALP—nen lato Floor Mills and a Essr .
the 11Saver CINk. Pith the neesesary otter p.a. 41.
• .11 Improved Pato In Laterenceeoenty. Prim 1150011—
Alto, • larm of 118 sem,. the Ohio river, tor. tall.
lob. Bess.. 114,2 X). Also, one of 140 seem OD the
Ohio rine, 0 tulles below Sestet, for sa2 per aere. Also,
600 stores Ihr 111 per se.. Also. fame ot 150, In, and ist
aer. for pr se.. Also. 1711 trees Err 012. nod 1.11
44 .5 405 016 P. •Ore,Paret•er altla many others 01 Tata
oni dz n and prima. &was, .
2f. P. G. /.. EL PITIES-MAIL
.I.ll.tarps at 1.4. and Heal Estate Att..,
feblo No 107 4th ft. Plttaburyh.
lbr earb. or an prrpetnal 1.144
las 1111//1,111.1. Poet by 0 0 1...1 to :Wog rikr,
olldwr 1144 111b14 W. gaenty Ileum. Also, Deo quote
4:am1. , 1 by LibrltT. 644 Allertiroy strort.. ark/
sttll/1 AP.r.ku!ii .114 Ant cla Llborty, by 11l 11.rlog
X .1 1..4 4.1 fruntio, smo FoLYuyetyinreyrt. upty..
haul; ovirmte 1.4014/1 Ruiroy..ll. - pr..t. tenlsitti.
41 4,z., (yanl4.l - tfj JAME., U'IIARA
lOf Forty Town Lots in East Liverpool, O.
T 1 1 .! :cent inzre T c o ecler i V:a ... li: , oJ . l .l o . t.: in
.a., parfnualy hot out, and the drtuaral atill udiautu.
' the utattraiturd has
is 4tulaced to lay out a
fu r of
tuo prow., la too o lots as stun, and .4er. Owen fur rale
yrims aud term. that aturtat Ail to mon th. Tielt, nf
' that. lattlio,4 to purchase. It la o.i/flif to any aurthltut
of lA. Ineutlon of U. Town and prooputa tit haring hum
..trdlefor.Uy deveribryl is 'wont •thrrUsetuents) other than
' that aver on. hutalrest lota haw. recently augured hatals.
mud tuon purrhaas4 by Mi. Irtabing to procure a &Ara
, We home.
• • ••
abOrr lob are ammg lb* 004 eligible aelehlblrabb
la lbe
beratly abl are privelpsUr &mated la the ern. of
bow oekl.
For laturakathaa th.p.oprt.tor to U"rlx"."
W Jaime Irlaatrly. Cm. Poorth street, Pltbburah.
/ma Lbarreol. Fa, fit.lB6l. brad*. Ma
A Blast Fttniace for Sale.
IE 'UNDERSIGNED offerN for Sao hit
TIMMACS. sitaated in nee verde, (Mop ,, .n a
1.11 127 .. the "Allatana Funiace.. with Milt. ml
twlldwitt i tY and ORM MILL: aml every thine
mew terry ea the nmelting Om. It ha* IMO
Acres lid aldanbed. with m math more adjoining am
be Amememy. which ran be had /non 75e. to At per
erre. It leM the main favorable immtlen la Mae South. foe
low i e hoeing the um within one-half to me mile
off in mow gwria ;tomtit/as, easy to mine. and yielding
from 60 MI6 Vet rent. it le one mile and • half from the
Etowah Rollin , . Mill. where a readyeel. eau be hoot fur
Its produete of Metak mil is two mile* !tom the
Weida. and Atlantic Balliewt, whin. le toe of the lira..
Of ralitatila einniettlec the Teatime. Rimy with the Ma
Bawd, which hot els liars of rallmads mining out from
It. Ondislied and ander marmot, passing through ati then.
Towns and Aittleeln tierdwia. when.. ready sale le
fur Plc Metal. Mandimry, Wm, Or. It l.
now In full blast • oreed by water power. with • telt of 16
trel, on a never 1011100 amain. and in the mast Mentor
Mt of the tenth.
Lettere amp he mtd rimed to me at Moira. Cale... Ga.
or 1 can be wen at an I' time en thebmi
Altman. V 011142. Mardi I. Mil.
signed WWII for pole o lotge number of valuable
imi. l . nte . lat. end sex; a r i . lrtble sr= manutz
two Pubfle deboul Home &Int koglifebtatlairon Cron ' eh. •
The retold month of Itirnaboro in pup work,. and
toanniketnetac wealth, watt it. reaeonabda prim al blob
Lot. will be sold. van mann. eini • MP/ and Profitable Ito
verlanort. nu. perfect. Tomo favorable.
vorpwekuun .na t.rtokruvuft.of th•utdrl.lo , o
Wre.o of therff E i tillbnore. rieg.. on (7[121% sttee Plooo
uwen. te a m Mled and l'opn i tit straeta, or of irtkro
11,""X. , ' l. Mr' n" L e Vitt' 1114i6u.'"
Covington iron Worki for Sale or Lease.
".HIS ESTMILISIIIIEI4„ eituateti on the
Ob , l ,l, .olantielte Qtadrinsth thelest year
Mores thorough rendes In rune niundratothreachlmry.
leg Wen one M the meet ellglble Locations In the Unice
fbr the inhaufacture of thntraine drys mei kinds of Iron:
comlathlng as mans. If not mt. factlitirs lb. any [stab.
Hibil. l 4 In the tr.t, is rigsr oller N ' .ale to Suit apelkente. It porrears all the advaptakee cy
eetah14.1.1.131 Memel to the me &nimbler...lathe.
ciunsth i t addition to the hub, betel g much bah irr—lieb
mg all 114. 6 . . r ChterinLail trade. IL crurirti of reecu
Furnace., three Emery or thAtillng.Tires. tech,
Macre )1 r. err Ifeaticur Furnace., with XOlithe awl •Nrc
eirluaryi make boor Li Inch Tree up tot inc h . round mad
equars, 4 W the usual flat Irtm. with • .gne Cheat nud
Wee tit I.
Alb:o—U theca and flail. tdlll. romaldeit.eatra
phitte. et , rat. fee0:10 In 'lto., e , L 4 er LIMA
/1 . addition. there Is e Nell Factory. eith rapgraie ;
ett.. rout tieing 10 Machine.. ethleti can to increarea to
ofT moat re d ~.y
LL—A valuable Iron Establithment al.mtel
the Ohio river. In Gallia c0n:41,061n. emulating of * Verve
containhaf. three Nobling Vinery taren• three Adline
one run out /Ire • one pair huffing Rolls.. elth
74•097 tr f uglr Imo per as?. The creel. emi
Tbe7otninre tb all t Lent he lof 121"11:::II‘tlitc:IIto,fr
0t e 1g , , , ,m1.17, , it of that:wet location/10 the
/tm 04 ..BUCLALIAtt,Cpattnurti. crJ. O.)le.taCEL
ALbO—A Imbrielkitlilrieprool.Foundre.forsaluer rem':
:4031%24 tie t : '' t foe it.%74..'"Maii: VA,1714r.
)04 trALE—Tbat 4.lrable
cf Land. sttueted on
thy Allegh.y num ebetit 4 miles above the thrivin he
ouch of Ilittenrithe. in Armstrong en. Pir e Miter. to the
Allegheny turn.. roro=B , ..ntalning 4411 abbot 1,0:4
acres- Thu laud abounds in Irma. Coal, Tire
car. te e , making It a very deerrable location
meltulle ,
Luring Purraben fronaperetillarly beautiful location, of.
rtrattt is=uor trutlgti=grrig=
r ""Zutr:lithw4liistr w"*"
Y.oPett bath of lam the
edierent country. Then ariezre.lnothe premien a Pub
triAbtorekl.thEallig:'olngs a= " nit r r kl o 4 . ' Arm!
roan imn, Dne, Stables, e. The
be trill be diiie
favorable terms. or It .111 be divided Into
trees to Ault p be
A plot of the property god tub
ther yertlctilers eau be obtained by eddrotelng
.01301:11.1 11. lIUCIIANAII, Cincinnati.
tiAWLS—A. A. M S OTN &Co. have just
reed. per erproo..—M carton Piltdod Caohate” , thb
c o Thibed, Llobrolderod dm, Fancy do Indue and et a
or nod..
1 IBBONS—A. A. ALtsoN I. Co. will exhity-
It. this looming. tortoni of nos , styli.. Bonnet 7.10-
. 00, Cap do • and Lace Vd4..Embrolderl.•.. O.
MURPHY &BURCHaNO have ju st r o-
MALT atkelfZl r til b uZitltna L l VtV:t•V i n:
media nonsnand barman...l Woamlelain. mew awa
beat:U.4l ptylea Wlde Enna Minn% Mate Eru Lir Tarl
ton Mewling Ae
M& BURCHFIELD have cc:tru
mewed ervaiaind their woadrn9lo IT of ti.d'r
antong which will round Iluckaback Diwoora. blesehed
and unbleached !tenting. 124 lAnen .thant Jar on.l Milow
linan and Alttalln 40 in wide for PtUaw ewe, WI
Wiwi' wear, to be had at
31111byllY 111'.11C111 . 11ELti s.
BURCHFIELD have received
• ca. •••....> 1rma.6111..1 ?womb , aral Csamdmerea,
try, D....suon, V.iyet acslUold Paw /lane.o.W
en, for Drawing Roma and Park.. GUM 1.1.014.
De rrAferlttikaM d
weh..ll bb Wood Erni
CO sobu. (Shell= sale b
IVOR ILE4T—The Dweiling Born. on '' l '
Jl.' the rornetior &both and Went Common, lately r... 5.,
o.onnled 4 Mr. Arbookk. deed. Poarencloor
en itann.diatelr Enquire of Josiah King. Eagle. ', 1. ..L." . '
11.1411. Anchor ton
Wort, Aileen...Y. . I ' .4 "
tla le Etat Estate for Sale.
.FORS ',--.1 . 11nt alunttle Lot of Ground
Jaunted at the c orner C! Martel end Water Ann . "
at prearnt ueen ulany a 1.1.11i0. a. a Glum Wm ,
lam, hawing •:front 00 Market arreet of Za 1... t II Loehr
, o. and on Water attvol'of 3Z. fe.4. I% Im.L.
Aoo—Tbo Lot of ()round adjoining tlo+ll. Wort, fors
wit' oerupled ky 11, .1.. Tonall.n as,,,hip 'Yard: har
ing i front of 131 foret 15 Meta. on the Moutmgahela Kir:
et. and runninail..k. 313 fret tofitoanough atreet.
Pemo. drain.. of .. nee.... t0.,...T In.
formation from II l' STOCKTUN.
_ _ --
A Valuable Coal Farm for Sale, .
Qi ITUATED un the Bonk of the 311. rzt ,
Timabagalvelaltivordtratrartowtolip,Wrato o ne
lull M.. Pa.. 24 taller from Pith! nruto 5 mil, above
slotodutabela City. met onehalf tulle above Welarter, con-
Isiah./ 150 ACT , I, 120 or moo or which rontain Cued. wt.
udrably located for ntlning. bring inirnected by a ne
via. "MTh adapt. It to the Wm • ef firda ale auto th"
naltuu. Thiv Coal ran all to conveniently conducted to the
river, by meano f.o RAILItioAb which I. now to opera-
Uon upon the prefabs". The lauding at the railway 6 ex•
' Mind, and the • tuatlon well adapted ter har bo ring boat"
In safety. Tido . cation often, &Alai ra for the tool te e d.
unairpaxted upo the Aloncevnahela rleor.
The roll uponr aura., taunt of whieh I. cleated anal
1 under cultivating. 1, of very ouprzior qoatil beteg unruly
Innestone sodhilf k walnut .014 well adopted y,
10 the growth
of when; and all tiler grain cumtnon to the eonntry. LIMP.
Mono Is altinsitan upon the PRILIiMP, and eully quarried.
lAT:l7l. l ,rl j l= pithlv r i; e l ' en r rnfle 4iu tg I t ; hoot Uttt
a large .4.2 Bern; large and rotiveniAt "gable; Unmoor, 132001%," Hutu., that Houma dr. A su,"r foiling "upply or
goal water, with an excellent PuniP et the door. ThePiww
F. abundantly ruppited with aced opringo In meet of the
fleldo. There I• aloe ou the pbev a young In
Or ,
Thant of mistier weafted fruit. rrei
The whole Ina "ouvrnieut
WWI ea
, of
earnbnat landiiag at Welater. Tho Coal ,ill
le mold eparately. with ell the nereeeery privilegeo for 1..
king It out , or the land and that/ togefiter, to Bolt numb-
A... , Apply. on the prequin, to
Or tot. W. lIALIBADLiiI. Pittotsonth. leoet3l:l3'
PO LET—An Office, with or without Ware
Ilnuon Room. WM. 11. JOHNSTON.
mc1123 112 Second FL
From England via Quebec.
BE undersigned, residing in Quebec, is
forwarding large qunntilkw or Ililloutd Iron ardor h
Teary article", to the different porta on Lake Erie. The
number of weasel, arriving at truelove lo ballot for ear.
ro% of unMeet --..p4.11:r redlern thlamule of in, e "if.
a nd tll2l. A
.T,ll,lZe"t - gll=ti'g forw . i rd:
log M wren weeMrn port. ste may be reunited. Far furt.r
particulars pleans nddresaahe undersigned. or apply to A.
BIGELOW'. Walnut Hll4 thinned)
apP , lttr(eod) U. R. hABORN E.
—Y . :no:lanai. ram*,
Aim Ea. 1.851. la i g
.i .
CLARKE, PARKS A 00 Rucurana, Paurauroas.
THE PROPHLETO tS of this . old and well
known Lire. would In arm the public: that they are
wow la operation Mc the pnwelat maw, tual hare cummem
wed reeelsing Freight sod Pareocurers, which they are fully
ll=l.l — raf ttre4 l l l ' . ratl th ,la.c — f. u
taollea l t.. ? "f i ' ll;
Line will be counautir at the lauding. below tbemonom
imbed. Bralge, to remive fretaht
OeCce, tem. Water nod Pralthfleld Ma, Puteletmoh.
ft. W. Cunningham, New Cu.!!.., Po,
b. C. Mathews, Pulaaki. Pa.
It'. C. Mohm, Sharon:
J. a s. Ifull, Sharywhorgh;
Wm. Achro 0 Co, Greetavillw.
Wm. Henry. Hartmann •
Wm. Power. Crummutvißw.
C. M. need, Erie. Pa.:
O. B. Waßbridge, Buffalo, N. B: opt -
Forty-six hours to Philadelphia.
Forty-four Lours to Baltimore.
colletlros . d--403 unloii Canal.
Two Daily Line.; Express racket Boate.
;TXCLIT2T - 67.L7 PA:.E.Yrik.R:.
rho openin, of Canal Narig,:itton, Two
Dafrr Lave. NT:Excr,s N.A. Enz., win Ws: fcr
Time through FORTI,IX HOUTZ.
rue to PhilinlelvirLl.6lo. Fan. to Daltlotorn. P. 7..
ev Cat.. this routs nevi.. a. of the Dint approv
oaf constronlon for costort
leser evy tomtit prcrineig Right o'clock.
sail over, . nin e St Oh. same hoar.
Passengers for Baltimore,
on azri”..l of I.larriqourp. tat, tho u,k e,,,,-
Iwriau.l Rai (new tuithed) dinon lethal city, o.lphty
roursollex., Tht, POUR !warn.
No charge for handling Baggage ou this route.
Tn.. Increased Sprott makes thlo the moot eornnatable.
tie and daeiraNe route:nrao to the Ilastern Can,
lot nr infnonationapply to
J. I". I.IOL3IES, Agent,
Mononuahaa Hon,
D. LEECH it, CO.
Cana. P oaren
N. B. On th e 14. 01 Joiy. the r nal entr ßa uiraune enn Bailment
sW be finieLed to leockpurt. • 1,143 slantlett tLe Line
W h m B u l t .February O9.
Manufacturer's Line. ---
FFRE— 1 51. ilisEa
thallbi. LINE, en.r..pc......1 ru.r.rlr.n Bolt,
)1.0f.': In (ull Ip~rr gr t i ltlVleTok=ll..TtX,V.
.raaatakvag. in dm, ayl at a:. luw rat, en au,
.ther rea-oLar Lio.
r.padal arratketaent_. have n made fur eurry,n4 n.
Cr:et ' . New Hamilton. Iletertowtt.
Ne• port. Vert!, llarrtilairw.Col and all at 1,-
at' lotermediat*Zoloa , matte reor.,ll - 3nla C.-a:Jar-0 l'crt
age 1h01.r...1 taartiLretOrn load. of Imo Imtho
ra and requlariir rla,uketd,
the aforeladal at the rate.. into'
.1 lIITCIIF.I.Lm'arT, Proyrietor.
__Loeb Elztf 5....m0d door arn.l the PauaL
n. . . . .
TEHEST RINGII.IM'S LINE. to my knot.her,
Ii E HI NtlllA3l. the Iltt•Lorwh • 11l beim
a, r fte Le leanest.' ruder the ed, le of !boa.. ,1
I meld W.ll. JUNG IIAII.
Binghams' Transportation Line.
I 85
HE CANAL, being noir open, NVO are y rea
dr to rvrriva , and ~ r ward prtanptly. rover rarest::: t s
. 811 4 1= 11 tbar,l DT resmnp [bit,
Producw glut lierritantlin• 1.111 rverivest mud to:mini
mot. sh,l went, who agly chgrge for furwardlog...r
wanting freight. cutup imam, gtorago.
Ellis of Lading forwanleJ,. sod .11 hithfully
attended to. Aridly. or simi• to
11'11. /SINGH - Jai s at., Cann]
""111 N 1 / 4 %2llVl4l,7reMa i rr b''''
'"'Alit"{Pla d Nr.'A ""d'IP".
No. ltd North Howard ' street, itsillsocare.
New York.
agfg 1851
h Transportation Line.
JAMF.... O'CONNOR A CO., Canal Muhl. Pithiburaii.
SLUR. JAME Fourth, Depots Brawl and Cherry streets.
and No. 3 South stmt. tetireen Market sod Chow
nut streets, PhiLtdelphiiit,
O'CONNORS dr CO., TOPtartti street. Baltimore.
fiIAVING fully..completed our arrange
ments. we 'WEN' Prepared upon the opening of the
sylvania Canals, Si rgh Daltionnw, Philadelp N ew Yuri, B arta ea;freight to and from Pitts
,. On.
oinnatt St. Louie anall the Esti sod W..M. at
lower MC. tad with 111101• dispatch and ewe than any oth
er Line. All Vol. shipped by our Line are folly ammo'
by Insurance. • I , Woakr.
Da really aro:deli by other bine.
All crontannims addyesoed to °unwires agents,
Flail lt Cincinnati: 0. Webb. Loularille. go d Lowe A
Osborne St Louts will meet with portant attention.
AWN. IL Our Line low noconneetion seirterer with the
Ittahla and Pittaborgh Transportat Litior,obfp.
Merchants' Transportation Line,
IIenItTITY k CO.. Cinal Datin, as rtig t
CUI L IIILIII•ItATIVII/ t Central Bleen. Bread ettreet
arl V ' tFiti to mdsv a large =cunt tnartharett.e
elti st any , en the Mnlng ef the canal, to Phil.-
delpla . and all Lotartutitate plate* at leer rat, and to
Woo Clam than In any prtetonallelDol:l
tt ; 11. The lumatal number Cl Trues, grtmlit..l ho
the analC Centanarietters for earning oar tgata - en the
Fate Mall/twit, hreeent any
of nolao at
Sehtutawn. Ilnltimburn sr Columbla, tbt. eereon
C'. A. CU.
foltlS Canal Baal.
Shippers of Merchandise, Produce, &-c.
In OD Itoll nu-par.:v. vim,. 1,111:
• rens.
Arzlys c
C 061211 ” , Ptllladelplala.
OELL LIGGZET. Meats, Canal Bon. ratrturgb.
JW. TAI . LOI I Y. Amt.. llaltanorr.
Wa'are Pre len. np tlrr epram,, Pr.. :1. , .
Carnd, for Yrrrbd. t o and el,
ablpvars nr-v,,,Prepatch and care ar any AlnnalrAr..
Joe! fri , Ants .... JOrl re MVO..
llrradvn S co.)
(Nnal.Baatn, Penn Strret.
Puma. Rail Road Co.--Central Rail Road.
IRE subscribers haul Nig !wen appointed
totlTA"greteirtgh:'TV';4l, •=111!
entre nor ukArrbroldlse or 14rgurn fur r-kPronor met oath,
op ming align carksL
ibuoir via tbin route .111 b. rural,' tb Dru.ik la are darn
rd ell cousioned in kin will bn forwartlnkt UT a comm ie
lurk or chart , . for ulrork,..
IWO , or(loom BlTlrer, PRlZaLailnia AND PP. - mamma.
Dry Goods. II rto. shoes r Donkm.Ptatk.narr.Cut...U.Daator
riarrarp.-Fraltr. Prather, Turaitare, Draw, aPrdkiaro,
baddlorr Wool. &a. L. SLIM t lOU la.
n ar dpare. (parerumare. tiroorrira, Paints. Dye era 011%
Leather, MT.. F 11;, Tituntby arid otta•rlTram• Torrola,
rte. Kir rp.
Da , aa, frt.!, Park. nutter, Lard, Lard. Oil. ?Omer.
Coil., Tallow. Drilla and Ita.or.
AA*, " Ta llow.
(rough) Tar, Pfteb. Porto. tio '. rin k 2 Clu T.
Done. An • " Wet 11o.'1 3.IoFADDN COVO E.
`A L 1 PETRE—xO Racks for sale bv
VER3IILLION—nI! lbs. (Trieste) for sale
v br sP7 It. I:.tLLER-S,
VIIEESE-60 boxee receiving and for sale
kj by sp7 /1.1)612XL1. tLlbttty R.
bbl. Suktor
sults Third Appltr •
" Yestlistx
t44,11.....h. . r b0xes Cbsest; nye .
'prim° fur sale t.S
8 . AL l aill3S--4000 - 41,4 rjeby
I . _
YACTURKIL Mx 41 &alb &toad
Mde.) Philadelphia. BtMist'"
1.1 AOA LE Y. WOODWARD & Co., Wlu.le
Jude Groan. No. =I Shutout rt.
11 ~E A FICCKRGit CO, Tobacco'
Cotamierton Here/tam, No. 41 North Wet
{Pater reet.
la North Whereto. l'ltliaeltalle. anal
btt General C:4rarnia
n•-_ onnelattroent. of Preetnee geerally. fAn9.l6ln
'o Southern and Western Xerehente
to Mali seven Odra and two wowera mo ow
ue bate,
within the last six Jew, beep awanial by theta/Mita. of
New Tag, baron, R od pbiladelobla, the tartar bthig the
W 7 Uob for perfumery either in
E r " rrattZjerrteMiso Ctn.. (Mheefa. &M.
and Arabareml.hmegreerlly acknowledged tobemmehre to
Shiethletlehee %hie country - or Yaw.
larovaire ra trairrdeat,
rarrn '"g u i stoi l cotrit gmbtrat TaIMPADV
y Maria Soso.
:immerse Tom, Sores—Almond, Raw, 31111egerus.
uet, Plebehlo. busk, Patebously, Omnibus, /looting.
Ulire Oil. Modem and Clecasidaa.
Mrs.. me rug Llearmemma—licer, Janda, bor
at de Canal.. Ilerattents, Jenny Chid, Li cum lineulig •
eTT Cia o Manailla, Clemente, Citronelle Root. and many
ateer vares, in all olsty Mama am.
Tram Waraslorida Water. im de Toilet...rm.
Yluwer Water. and • a owl variety or Colognes an d
der Mum.
Parrsarnove FOR via ham—Chola* Bearebil,dalria.
Oil. Bandana, Pau Custralk, Okla, Ooropoad lls Lim
row Dyes. Hb and in mars% and Pblionaneatid•
nine.and Jenny Lin au d Pomades,
lignacurro Itingasonee—Daleanide MILD, Roan Tooth
PM.. Charcoal bearlike. Glonthie.Tooth Paste,andTcoth
Coranam—Vegetable Cosmetic Cr..,m Amaral. fp s
chapped bands. Cold Cream of huh, Cream de Pens, LJp
Yalre Itampbeny Cream, tn.
I:kpll.l.Fs Powders, Joe removing enperLooos hair Phut
farlWyralig7. .:..2tgalrm
other .
articles, too nomerons to be naiad la thla odvertig
The mibseriber home to maintain the repaint'. stitch
this attabli•lnnent aeouired. by asposlag of nothing
but Met rate articles, sodwig beam- to forolah vane
who ray wich to atroalas ha, either wholesale a retail.
on ae reseanable br a . am any eetablishment is the United
ant.. ZdITED BAER,
houreessor to sod fanner Meseta of ta Lateirake7 of
Chasid id
Air Babes Perituriel7 to for eal• by all the galragol
Drugginte In theoombT.
:I ,4, :iiifidell;P:i:
HUTCHINSON ,t, Co., Nol3 Spruce Street,
NEW TORE, Wboloolle mmanftetarers of th e bat
Ypbi Prialbm, and Mr El. Book and Job Work, which
b,. arras
to be combated of the west tostrtikls, no to
Item:al ' orno Me* luk P k, moMeh as tOgive a rich
omarul orksopurlor tom). otberinkJoart
in u.... =::= Y rt W v:rylog . Gam 75 dr. to ss,o3 me jb.,
"17:Ti(1ibt w =_TVeg i ogd ' int . af mry shati.azd
Nltallty meting from 11,00 to EZ.M3Etr lb. metal:lm
Cr tar alongranon or . nit •
rams PLATIIG two.
ge Mee eleiriAleties, or the stonyreturned.
TIrIIIS FLUID is composed of pure Silver;
bee boor wed by bor. keepers in No. York.for lbn
I Ors years. and I. becoming • necomary article la the
domoatio economy. Aur peroon cam In slew wheat/to, ro.
Moe to oriairod beauty . Md Plated GOMM, mar em Cuter , .
Candloorirks, Cake Berke!. Carriage and HLTIMA 00001.
tore. Military botionini tn. de., or plate will. Pare Elver on
nross, Copper. or Gorman o th er. The warrantee is sof •
yslsol lid hi. introdustion Mao Friar
or of pot born-. A bloroidl.nout ['Jeweler,
and nos
m ey ods drains
bor G oo
No. 71a Al (late 76) Illimrs LANE,
NEW YORK .!•,-
...DaP , , , ,qy oppoeire the Old Stand. •
j ' i t; :RERS JOBBERS of
FEY...." , 7 : 4 E 1 ARTICZ.47:
" 11:2=Ind
Ellsker. MnEart:cwlrrtnlfilN:3ll6:ZlP,':
MNit, Bembun• awl taxer of all
Treat Dr. Baker, Spetngf-ell. WealinginaCe•Mtr•Ei , , 1 :1• Cm;
Ssr.. - 0rat.n.Er..;74.,.7.4.°42, '"
' 31.... Stanford A Pare--1 take ticeopprusocoup qid.,:_i;
Ptrising you of • cmot remarkable core performed upon . , : ..
02.3 hi' the use of Dr. Wntafe Batram of Wild Cherry. .
In the year 1.340. bras taken with an intbanatiou. the ' '-' l /:
inwil. which I emceed trader for six week. when Seed-' ~ ,I,
natty recovered. In the fell of 11341 I IMP attatried with a" .•,-
Pen. mkt. wUlch meted IMelf npon my longs. Adolf. the ',
Mere of three Tunf waseoutincd to soy bed. Ttrio d all •./ ri,
lands of medicine, nod teem' variety of Md.trit.l.. Dram:
fd. end lieu I wearied eke. 00111 the Muter of ISO, ."'"
when I heard of Dr. Wistar'e We. of -Wild Cherry. User". ''' l,
friends parsuativel ore to give it ss triaLtbough 1 had;Pross.. i 1
uD all hopes of recovery, and bad Prep.ed soyeelf 1 Om ~ , _
change of .other wcald..Tbroda-li their solitUations Twee '•-• ''
Induced to make use et the eels.. Wietore Dalr-m. of :1 - ,
Wild Cherry. Cherry. The *Hem was truly astordshlin. ;MU ' , . -.1!
three mem of Millet. and Anil:wing, and aft* haring '.
QM. low or gm bombed darters to Ma mnpase, ./1 the : i '- 0
beet and nowt nilrpecieble inimnbuts had premed ttuaraftr ,;. ::: t'..
10g,-1 wee wino restored to entire trait:ll by the 1 / I ..ting of , -...-
God and the TM of lir. inner's 'Batons of Wild Cherry. ' ,' •
Ater the blearing or God net won !the proprietors of so : ".•7 , r , .
val.ble a med... Wistaia BAIIIO2 of Wild Cherry. s•: . , - .7.. . .
. Tours reopectfollY. . , •
I .
1 Sold by J. D. Pi.. (runcemr to font/MI it P.k./Yotertli,/, 7,1 ; ;
`and Walnut ann. Cincintati.Otdo, General Agentfor the
i South .el Weft. to oh= all orders must to addr....l. ..•
J. Kidd A Ou- D. A. Telosednek A 03., J. , At. .Iparl, I-. ;I it
Wileor.,jr4 Plitatiirgh: Lee /L ffleckhem, Allegheny QM, :
L. T. Humid, ....tom L. 11. Bowie, 'Colootmetff IL i ..;
I Wei.. theemtbsup; 4. X ount.Poaserseb frotetr Ilikome, • ~/••
Pedfont peed at.. thintininlornlll.otr, 4 1, 12.14, , r5bn , q .. :; ,-;'.'
I itildebrend I Co- Indlano: J. IL Wright. iintaapilliqr . ,,.i p "
krona: ET. a Co, Brookville: A. Wibct it o Son, IVAr.shore
; sfrz.ram 4, Co, N. (trtUender..?teestrillet Burton t likk;"
hobo Drama A Prter, 11ercem "am, -Kelp it Co, 11.
I. P..-. 11111. Beaver: J. U.Sumentrinek Menem Y. 6..,L - C....,,,,
il.. .17mSo048 , sedsior . L.P. Cron , ter,jr.. IhnwitevGle.: , •:...:::,
Professor A. C. Itarry' ' s Tricophe . Iro 1 / 4 .- . f. - %'' f''
re d the erur iog er=in all offwet andtea fit ' :ftgrAlls:
1 end
reel . a
the skin, dieessea of .the glarade,,, ..•1
1 nruatlen.334 Interumnin, and relieving stint/. cuts, brat- ' ' -
us. mmaine k tre. 'With
preparation ..there le b 3 mob -, • ;,
. ,„,,,i .. ihit,e Th e firpt joappais hi Amerins, tnedbel MIL '
of the Idglint eminence, pro:Advent cit.= of All pnees. !;ii .
.Polls, a. Mitre wise ham :Pal It Mr mon In their M.
Itring mune and numeriee, oduilt it with onesen.t. Q. Pe '• : . •
• impart.; rigor, gins; luminance, mid curl to the hair, ..
nr ,,,,p,,,mi ag ao.f and dandruff: bealirn dlr... ousint4 ••' :
.Ausetonsommlns, sting., 4.. met reletrl. dice...
00, ratCri TO TNT Taarit. Mr .610, the iclande , and the '....seteut It ha w no' equal , •-•
00 OO Go.
Oe,per Oos-----P0 60 I woe/. ntrmaltitade of comp:mode advertired to thebute • e
3761 hembute, or Med In private prank. In cheeps:am as well' '"
__ ...... .34 2 oe. -..---- 15 ;As sencleney, Derry'. TrimPheron• la 0ne1..1 6. 4. ' The .• s
On draught per gallon 70 cents. ' sonate.e.t. seles of the .curer. have imam. the invent._
MP I. the lest ertiele =mutant:nett It flow. freely- 1 lo ammly 10.120 cents per bottle, which la ohm 60 to DM , ;
M a mod COPYING INK--. 11 will nut coned. mould. me' met kle than the, be , el ! J. , e!Per..Pnle L' . ...
preelpitan or .Ices and bmweses ell the qualities requlr- 1 the ben now to ntr. .3. mientisa tramme no UPI halt .- 3
rd for a go. Weitin• Ink, eultable foe the Quill, =dad- end the Akin embracing the ..I.ble directions for the eutr. '
mlnaly adepbal fur the Mewl Pen. .1 titre and preltereatint of tuttureQ 01.1.1 o, 0... In' .• ", '
The utelenientri. prepared tf, farnieh to the trade el- ,In which each podyle benelnol. 1. . Imes worth the sumge _. , 0
they fee export or home onmumption, at the atom nary ' The etranity betwnq the e.mbnuerswhichoottnltute.• : • - -
I. prin. put up . per order. and delivered in ._y part l' Alan and the hat. ..eMeb draw. Us scurteisanee gm. tide: - - --
or the city free of Tharp . No charge gir ma.. ftrrels triple envelope , be eery elom. All of th e hair oti• •'.- '
cc Lege are 01600.1 extra at nett net ', armee In the Akio of tUe.itred. if the pons of the nelP o L' ; :.o
TLIEGDORE LUNT, a ore cksired. cc if the 60.1 ~1 outer MM. du" riot etren
febily SS Nanou et. New York. 1 late Steely through the ...All .vmetrls whiett,feed lb . nor"i.
. .
with moisture: and Impart If.* to the fibres, the result is ..
liiscrphy'll Selffkaling Advertising . Vick f.....a.d.a..11. Abedding al the .haLe.' gm e....• dim. - '`
_13.. / ' and barstunits of the ligements, Aid entlMldonts, se the ' • ;
may tro • fitemlate the skin to bralthllll grebes with .• ~
VI O.' 263 MADIs. - ST NEW YORK - ' ear the tamut run/. tmemeneg Oble ..- -...-
.1. The suleember. In "Mich g ifie Wm.. ;h., I sena My, will .rnhllate the dlenew. In all affmnons of the •.. ' •-:
Ode adverb..., al ' s sem. - or um, gemb,,,, e; .la, and of the suborn. of mumles•and lot/kismet rst• .'.,..„1
with which a new article le brooght before the pat.. The 'I tre.......dth....._.`a. 4 __ ..... Q. ' ''' ... '"...- It 1'41" rte' s '
..spelieone of rare hen tee d their anywnority tee. toe mom.. nom. an d the 1.2.... t t .
.r. - 1-..,
yowl .il 1.. n ad h. cooffeiently refers to the item. bee ne slenfo ott. 3 ,_ ott. . 034 ,__ 14
_____..._., .........i.6" 11
ur of thne bueit:ees men who have need there envelop... 4,......".................,•
...arobi..riairio, proof a tn.', ~....1.• i we fa ImSe bmtin• Pim ...G.. . ... id . .. .'''' t - •
nun. l • ff. /._ .= atried!,_of. New lurk. and be . the prlistipasnarch.', 11:
The following area few of th e memos for their IMI6O- ! 433...4.-441....."...4.44 the ''''' 4 5"1" 'Pea-... ..
Lents . ao.a.
Ist. 00 the pine oecupled by the se., a penton ma
have Ms name, beeluese, and addne, cotopieuounr . 'l.
I 7 Needles' Celebrated
'b.utlfully embossed, coined or plain., th u affordi ng per- inO3IPOUND . -HEMLOCK - PLASTER.-,
1...1 ....ray ...It. fraud.
Yd. The Et/Vet...M. be opened without bd. de-. I . 4 4, Th. ',.,. ; bi t4ll,7 4l ,,,,, '"'"l dpri Pl PPrhich " lib b' : *'S tas li fy ' • .
;61. Neither war nor wafers en required toenel then. V.,...,.,. 4 . 1.44 " .4° ,,,,, / ge,,, 1 Xent " o tW e ''. lo,..tet t ' h" d ! 4 4f r ". 11 - 1 '' ' ; ; -i
nth. Ulm the cedwarriam of a loner, the eeelbotroreelth _,./___ ~,.!...,- --e tr,„. -. - . ...", ~..- t o mec I' .'"'
' ' ' •
booordlole return to the /muter. taste d of being buried , ..........,,,,,,,,, 5 .. . ~,...... - ....b . "T - 6 - ip k .a; . p.,.. g r r r rte meet ,-':
ponds 10 the Peal Letter Oflite.
lob Th e omelopea ere furnished at ;0..4 Th e ... y . l Metimoulals lee to their Superior virtue over all othir pleitr 1 •
min as pnes. , tem sold.
a she
~c tpositloo. very earefttlir stet ' :;:(1.
Oth. 1.. letter a...a.11.......tee.u....4,.ti...ei, I / 1 . INN.. 46 _,,„ ,s,
.te to ottran the Attention of all through whose hands It 1 ....UT “..biOrd• ...--- -"" per U.D . U''b* l .' • ,r ; , :• 7 '.;
. Nervous Mimi.. with 1 0 :0 6 . 3 .3 .
os. pos.
Wm in th 1 hr. reomung from protrattedoolt... ;,..., .
The lullowl. le a list of prices for DwA,eagraved on I Mi . ,„.. -- ,...,„ / - h and for
mine meter f ...... 3 41 0. • ''.-
braes, and which will lad for yea. and of Mismorm. of ~,....... - 1. - a, i., or, their ten... chatecte.r is beynd -----,
the usn el else, either white or buff , of mt. paPn..d - • ''As a rat m =l.lPribligp . thetr eu. 7' %
made as abate, with name, Address, le.: • question or disp . ut I.
or e ot Sward cep mt. os Unlmente„ :3", i , '
Prins qf Die. Heins 4f .ffluelopts lank as 14 4 7 : 4,, . t h,.,,.; No, perecure by the many nun effected. .. ,'
unto in the beak triads kleteneulting . r 7:i; .
'4 tom_ ........ ........... .... 6,00 1000-- ...... .......3 . 64:0 ;,,L . ..... k. .,,,,, ~,ti' ~,.4 : , i i,..... of lb. 10a.i., Or u.i. mr
-30 to a0........._._......_.. 5.00 PPM , • •/60 - , -- / ;,a,„, , - ;;;,,,Q - q /b, /4. Mestere has been wept?, tester by ittst
40 to 60 SA MOO . .111,50 1 i',..,,,,,,,i..i,a have m eperien.d cure and retie fr.; tbetr_. :-
GO 1.0 SO 10,00 5000_._
13•D:' I 7Plicatk. To such . w miler with rh.mtle Poi. theca ..,• :i..
60 to 100..... ..... --.........m0c0nk.....-....... • 1.6.00 , ....,.. ~... r ,,,,,,,,,.., ; add, with the omgdeotnenomms, ~ 0
When It is not ean.-eisient to toward amount of ceder 1 , n - a - th - r e /T. i,,,,,,dal ear NF eill be ton. tort'
decided.. •"'• • ".--
per moll or exprna. • Wens. to • ncepenahlet New Tr. 1 F ,,,
...,„ ~,b,A,.,..1,,,,,, d
• .
Inure will tae Auffscleut. All orders will meet with pR2:110 i in P. E. ALLISIIS, 37 rt'Sisl n . - , T - 6 , - ,
=Unison. 0 addremed 0(31 . Mt:RPM% I
104 24 " .......4 ' 4 '''' Tr4k- The Human. I bdy Nut Perspire, -- ' + .
(tolets ref". Is attended to prtmptly. it left At ehe ..nm
of Meen ttikell tr Mom . .:0 N all .trcti. rr of 31cfxr, H. , SO SAYS N'ATUI,T, to have a health+ . att. ' ,..1,
.I,muva.. et co., 134 Wil i am et , , „....,,,,.., ~,,,i ~..p . ,,,,, nho do Oat ivivir..; alsiabl. , :' 11 - I
N • • b • -1.. .. Cl.e. . 0 . 0 . to crt1...,_!,..,,...,_. 3 . - , to the Most dugueting Skin - Dutra.. No, duce Itailts ' ..
Des. at 410.00 per thousetd. ...- , - 0 ...... • Chemical hoop n3t4,34 a nee w- 00 0(
- aO2 "av Lto •LOSN''' , " CO'
._........ 1 j toms matllli. and I.elleas II ,- nkft , .. 0 ,0 1. s It It. uzlipt . •
-.• • of an Infant'.
enemy. belt Rheum, and Se re. an not Oralf IQ-elel, hu, ~.L. . .,
- ! eated hr Its 12213. e.. at least 7 p Pr. . .tu `t" l'brlc 1050 w....
• wt o nee tt in .etrm...d P.. Id It - Intdefflng-wkahr,l4 . t . ,)
Pimple. Blotch.. Yrefkle. or. tido Medan. OW
Modals stewed that Ws fa no Maim, ratket smrtrum, a . , ,;..1
sloe ttial will prove. I enild e kelfftersto at. teem: !intl.,
perveto mind of vere Imed.' ears M.,'enti sons trord .' :"_ ... -
on ßor i f i til-04dar . = ssaall coil,.N ., L , •=r i lzmp r .,
~..,..,2 ,
• fb,76. , e s la are Labia to ' ebalnii. q!..11,1 ' ,,,....rLarred *AZ !!!,„ ~,
, yen tnerthlo nee enty • core. but A prevet: '''• . 4 1 ' 444 "--
, now o nly
scht. that erns. affUtted vette a n , ~., ( the spot -.,,•;.,
, re elmtlerdt.ffens. w3ll 11.1thir all, .d eee ea... ittlaff•l': .
: relit Si Its Prontileel than I elate. ' ,: .' '',,,d -*,., 0
. 2 . 1 . r .5 x ... ? ,....... v . r .,, a 11md t d withimite N. 4 11 •', •
ton it on ly er Wt.-LACK POl/.
_ottlrAT.t In Ilt="4 ' ' . .
head of 11 onl, ..
and Tio. —Fent, Silk. and Black Of mere kind.
01lima am! 80n0.a. , --Of all Mode
Cret , ca.4.—Vane, silk I Satin, Ilcacv English 3foin.a.
calm kr.
, oaa .
!canon. ( Ta ro Albert Berathars. IM lndian
ficatilccekofi— , 47nra, Linen Cambric. AP.
/orufee lma ra—French and Loulu.b. 0•1, - style: Do:male
67,..e—Hid. bilk, Limo. Tlimad, and all the latest of
French kod Foolish importaticua.
briero—Shalars'.3lerino. Lamb's Wool. Bilk. Macon and
.Vornino Gomm--Meet. Cashmeres Encliztp French mad
of rioll.
Bnon.a foe um:airmen and ladina—a moiety of
itiumn Rsloto Bells of all Qualities.
pcitiid incite particular attention to our Domestic,
Full Undershirts, Disarm. and Modem
79 t BI Madden Lou..
traelklC , lm a 1
Shawl and Mantilla Warehouse.
Ny Staired NEW EOM is now Litenlmcme of
1. 7 / 1 11 l i n th Ter 'u t . ro 'n"d4. I. 1. Tu. &cl:'
11VOLIN and all kinderof SILK MANTILLAS , mannfactu
, red tram the !meet Paria Oashiore, teewiredby the steamers
' and oartimalarif mlaPtod M the EDON, trade.
flct'k of
Al l ' et U tt
mod ,ilk mod Turn nalln earl wila, and lelonbou and (Mog
i. hem Umbrellas. All of which will be offered at rtereorit
low prim. We mterbally Waite our Western tri:pdatotti
inn our abrk ,
exhibiting shasix and ,
Width cnOW iimbaht •
aloonlaw, put up In esoni f tranopurtation. lebilaf
• c. R. HATCH Cu.';
AYE noic in store, and av constantly re
reiviva by_ rteamere,themost extormirearwortauenta
FURNISLIINO GOODS betoot offered.
embrace,. the latest and riehert Moles of Craratejahitta, ,
lore., !Vonore. okopendere, Under throsetth. London
Tas.i , torks. Wed Oilke. Dressing 4;otrap, liandketridefs.
so boulder Pram. Linen Collor, with a varlets of other at
los peeulier to their One of laminae,. All of which will
!old OE lher ,err loweapriona. Our Western Die n& ate ..
Vii.M to cam:nine nor stock felatkl3m.
Superior Black Wrilang . and Copying Ink."
lONS'S EMPIRE INK, AZ Nassau street, j
f Now York.
rONTISUES his usual facilities to Tece/re
st.J nn Shh.sgs. Sale. end Tran.blonatut. )/erehanlHe
coihurtri huh. Boats its,. his . Ilan) for an hi..., 1
op lb. Lakee and lb. Ilhnote Gaul and Meer
Refrreneen—Meeen. lenenL, Ree li ng Cc,
Hear. Jones QolgOl
)Ir. John A.Contho/
-4E M'GEE,
c.gairthelo Le o w ..d Torwardbeooext Sherclmotr, ea Ow l•
t. )1.
Ref, to A leLlnkT Larca. Ettrbalr k
ts..IT •
AVID C. TUTTLE, Attoittey aw
at L,
and comlalmaczer tairenvorlystata, St. Loul. 310.
monientioua nrosorlr annrered. j
ItOliN H. RANKIN, AttonleY and. Gin IN
?mow: at Law. and Commbetower few the State o
oeyieetilw, Lewis, Mo., (Woof LettAtt
neterenowe—Pltwburgh: Km M'Cit pant.
udlext k McGhee*. 'Joh* E. Puke. blenelle &
steeple. McCord &Co. morlide
"FRE undersigned having entirely re -2
JE buil eularued the abase esteasies estibiLb•
tarot. t mid
soutalutcat in all about ttombowered sad
room.. would rmiteetEallTßivelleUre that St is now mailT
th*eeaDtion .ad aMosamodatiou of lb. MsmilifW
111261MLIV. Av • .
eiteibdA 110WAOr the atuiripi,..ll roareaknon of OA.
Howe Ls Amused suportuoiss, ss thaprave.
meats which Ewe Iwo made UMW& be prowertT is
advartienotat. Taft. it so tar. DO mew by been
natal to render sUT aleTtusest
The funsitunt wy suite ssursesly to mem . . r.RWlo. of
uout. luld ...Main Tartlet. oif it, mmeisily the Pestriatt
twat, will Iss forma to be of the mon beautiful mattufm
- tare. The Olutalt mm. miitteMit , .." . t.. " I ' B
. torah will be at arrayed m to milt the miamultom of the
~trIT late. •
Everi tletmoment wilt
n ,be n w atilasteigs uursititio. th....
by Vauwerosul ta. Traveller's reuse
d,, •
air o ,simus, MUM
V /ECAllan%jititllta BYeli•lfiZe
tr.\l44 l "ZtriLVOMl k gi
Cd.ur alillterUmds..of zll
L y, , ,z4=4 . Olan ()Mere Mispadic
ht -
tit ;11:47:11:1-g'ft•"7:171',..-6"47-
osat,) ottet • lam mg of Lb. mods, ••
4 , 41 - 1 , amis:atakoDoti tbil
w nen i M n.
meld coma Vow* sot parka sta.
. .
W. Pm , remaihrbe eta 11.
LA, L '
wr.dnka.. theadertu. Medhatettot ' •
lb. thug Isesgrotht other rsfurthau qf the
Wde.ilet wish to teak with the Lees d
i r ;,..1,1.1 the selieted, hot ire ellthrtly pledge
Wm. to make no imertion u to the virtues of tai
eine, and hi hold rip bate to resting Itheos,are s .
bets will not thsiiiitt. • -•
Ths Mom of Itel.od,ttnd the 1700 and Will Chary at
1,0117 .I.b.rseet thr the ounent aliases*. of the L , oath
end Lim% which are m lbarthlly Pormholl 1, all Northern
alto e. from • combination of chemical exteute,:p.f
comet from, this Neu and tithe Trees, Da. Warths
eth or With'Cuctar in chiefly formed. •
wir-we' edam of WILI Chum to le an. meth
Ireatmar., compthed entlretj of Will Chem Bask and fits .
gamins Iceland lltheathe laitA imported expresaly ter Ws
tsrarth.) the rue nisillea/ rheum of whkh ate &Iv ecea
blued by • new shaded protein. with the eattut of Tap—
thus renderliurttm whole thermostat the rood .cririslia sag
ellicaoluth remedy.* drric . ,,rerml for the
sun of Wild Ciaerty.—The following eau of /amulets L.
Wigs. of Conmnoption. Ore of his brother. amt sisters he died of Connuthation.) to truly re ertatertht
/thus= Rooth; IlamiltonBent,T7:lo.
J. Phu—Dear 8.1. rake the liberty of advisingpad
of the benefit I bare denied the the of Dr. Wistass• „
&dew of Wild Cherry. I wax pthatrated by that terrible
thatme. Consumption, in May bat, The attack woo ImIT,
hanifying to me, Ste fire of °whinny, (my brothers and
ethers) had died of Coththiption. I ems elltdetrd,
nearly all Um remit (Worm of the disarm I had • dletersa.
Jug worth, and expectorant • groat deal of mow: beetle'
Eever, severe pans In Use aide and chest, mid chills, alto
nubs with Bub., of heat.'
• I yes other the nth of • WWI physician. from du
ewe' ww taken nick until shoot tlxreeke rinos. being
then about helpleso, and my Mends emamidthed my cue
hopekes, or at least beyond our physician', Leklth drill
the use of Wistafe Datum of Wild Cherry. Wlthoth my
knowledge, any father precund It, and ocontotheed *Mins
latering it to ma, and fon” the fret day I mesterei:nth ta
ins it my health improved, and in two weeks Dom the •
that I arenatenced min tL I was able to to out and ems '
see rim bottom, nod labor, which tooth= to de, r
ham taken form bottles of thethedielne, and bow considere..
myself perfectlyWeil.lSCßll3o.
. Lake Co- a.. June 15, '46.
John a Pant-DearOln In Jaly.:lB4o, I was ettack•
with • fuer ofyppludd character. which left ms ha • eery -
deldlitsted state. wt the following winter, I wee te•
ken with • serene mid. width Imbued me to Sub an gal
tent es In Ore to. toe appearathe of • 02112113.1 commute ,
tiro. I labeled nodeestecreni enuab—uneetorited eeret.t
dad. sod woo troubled with cold tut and view meats. • I
elso frequently lathed Weal Wm my loos.. I thithirmW
thle etete, tharitialkidaking wean , Ito etwewomut
Jthnu7.lB4ls when Iwo. athin attacked with beer. My'
friends despaired of my lifis and me etre/Aims thought I-
dead rurrire but a Wart Lisle. 14y extremities, eepeelia
ly my bet, were constantly cold, and thmardloar thelefeel.
fug. limier these eireuxemattese It maybe Gulf raid Isms
liringekeleteut. I Wally determined to unit taking inte I.
rather ortheribed by physicians, and try 1.. Iblatar'e Bal
sam of Wild Cherry, solid 'hem the hest week that . I nth
maenad taking It, I madras • gradual mores,. - 'I ecedlrk. ,
std its use eta tooth.. at the etel of whiob ty.,
rd. and reh0,..1 ge••d health eve: tit,. end eh-..erectly
th• Itelttm to all these with direst);
the Image. and would sty to tiame couunenems its tiro. not. ,
to be dttenterekhed fit two or three bottle.. do not, et. et •
002 e. belt pbemeTere,ar I bar, data. and I beer' no 4=ll
tut WC, "Les rot of tr0..111 be blbend will "reamed
health m I here been. liethertfully rum. : .•
Josz PR :trAitio:i.
exectror to 0110.11 Itez exhir
114 Falb= Artrt. dew Tart.
Peach , White Teeth, and Pure
bbd for 3 r•ritse—Pormir .ho lam tither.'ars
bir banned that if (bear Wrath t• errs re , bruL a •birtr`'";
.teeth deism!. dark cr. 'vie, wad encrutte• irith. tatar,
ft.: , • sea• Las el Jona' ..itaberreyth mak•
the terth as arr. iaa teeth nreeL
Sold nisi? at JACKSON'S e rne. :40 Libertr ri.birkid
A Scientific Hair Tonic, Reetore: anal
libid.—Trial Botta, 774 c r am Thom who bete neat
'Jabot' Cant their Itthorer, know Ito than.: thanks:-
thawilo how, not; we thrum it to pond. the rwionoi .
rosidal w eg—lt will then the bid, to grow on at,' part•Ler•
gthi, woo a falling cure Penn
'ardminctt and coak. %ILL ted, or gray body
Ya r ., a d e ring lEe hthr roll end ray, nothing cm earth&
'thib—it aware it trot, and
then; It m. It
dna, the tooth eatheicel—yet eunthin—erlielo lar,thg
U et WM. JACKSON'S Stare, WO liberty
bead of Wood, etneettree.
onta, bd..% and $l. : •
JONES' Solution of Jet,. a Liquid Ifinniti:
Hair Dye, for the obthating of white. nth ea eze7 flair us.
beautiful brown. or black let third, to • ref
Prke*--tomilta,Li Sl. ; • '
add by W/I. JACKSON, nth Libertyetrart.head Wood..
Pant moth ,
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