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A. TIER .R. Y W. WILLIAM 8, of Pittsburgh.
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• • SHOHAM L. WAIILLA.N. at Allegheny . .
aLm JOHN II F TLEStE r If:of RoLda.
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THOS. PENNET, of M'Reesport,
• JOHN MILLER, of Indlsoo.•
• • &MERL ,EALLNEBTOCE, of Elttalmrsh.
ALYY. RICIIARDSON, or •Ailegbin i . •
huts 07 Orto coo..
JAILED M. BRUM, of littaborgh.
JOILN V. EXIM:),Itt, , . 8R Cltlr.
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..ROBERT RINO, of Plttatmigh.
11381.1811 ED BY WRITE CO
iI.• ISIO NDAL . • .113;1152, JUNE 9, 1851.
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JOIIN Z3LElllaat brat/Wes&
More thorough explorations hare ehown that
the coast of California and Oregon are not as
destitute of.ilarbors as - was formerly supposed ;
and the country along 'the coast, proves to be
Letter than has been,bitretofore represented. A
letter from San Francisco says—nrhe coast to
the north is else still attracting n good deal of
attention; and ,the large agricultural and gold
bearing regions,' lying between Bodegs. and the
line of Oregon, and extending from the coast to
,the Sacramento, is rapidly coming into notice,
and filling up with a permanent and thrivingpop
ulation. Indeed, for the purpose of agriculture
and grazing, as well as for the production of tiro-
Ler, it is greatlyto be doubted whether any por
tion 'of the welt mast affords greater advantages
than the counties of Mendocine, Trinity, Napa,
The section of country here spoken of lies be
t wean the Sacramentotdver and the coast. Four
teen steamers are now actively employed upon
the Sacramento,' - the Feather, and the Yobs
rivers. Several of them make daily tripsbetween
San Frandsen and Saenunento. The coUntry ,
Watered by these rivers is said to be prospering
beyond all example.
Front San Francisco to the mouth of the Co
lombia, is not lees than six hundred miles,
whether ..by sea or land. California extends
north about half that distance—the remainder is
in Oregon. So far as the intermediate country
haa been explored, it is reported to be for the
.mat pait, very good: The climate of Oregon is
'in the highest degree saltibriOne, particularly
that portion I} , irig south• of the. Columbia river.
The ante writer from whom we have quoted,
"Oregon now, more than ever before, begins
to feel the benefit of -the great immigration.—
Prom the Umpqua to Vancorrees Island, and
from the coast to the Fallsbif the Columbia, and
even beyond these latter, that territory is rap
idly filling up with a most deeirable population.
The. last steamer (California) which arrived,
brought out over twenty of this class pound for
Oregon, among whom' I noticed .1 B. Praton,
Esq., BurreVor General, aid Hon, Thos. Nelson;
. United States District Judge, accompanied by a
• pasty 0 eight or ten ladies, six of whom were .
sent out as teachers, under the auspices of that
very useful society, for furnishing teachers, over
which ex-Governer Slade presides.
"Promall the means of judging which I have •
at command, the public at ho e seem inclined
• still to look with more lasting' vor, upon Gre
g= than upon her younger, but ore precarious
lister California. - And this , is perhaps not
without reason. The multitude ho make histe
to he rich, sought the shores of this modern El
Dorado, while those who would et &permanent
km:, look to Oregon. lam mo than half per.
sealed that to most who emigrate from, the
North, the latter &preferable With its broad
navigable streams, its staple tillage and pasture
land& its forests, fisheries, fruits, tied its now
excellent market, to be found for years to come
in California. Oregon at present certainly offers
great inducements to those who would there seek
a home." ' •• •
This acoords with the views we expressed
some time since ; and all we read upon the sub
ject confirms us in the opiniontha Oregon, and
not California, is destined to b the "Empire
htsie" on the Pacific. Its prospe five commer,
dal greatness can hardly be ar ; while at
the same time it seems to have within itself
every element of wealth and prosp *ty. Looking
at the wonderful course of events n that coast
daring the last four years, one if: i istibly im
pressed with the thought that Providence hes
reserved Oregon for a higher and more glorious
destiny than ever fell to the lot of any people to
fill—even to be the medium through which the
light of civilizatien and Christianity will be
poured upon the hundreds of millions of pagans
and barbarians, who inhabit the shores and
Wands of that great ocean; to eater into treaties
of amity and commerce with them, and to be.
stow upon them the rich treasures of literature
and science contained in the English language.
6lnsuiy, with all the difficulty of access that
now exists, Oregon is feet rising into importance,
and is n highly proepermy community, Bat let
a railroad be constructed from some point onthe
3Grunlaippl. to the tide water on the Columbia,
and immediately that territory will start upon a
career of solid prosperity, such as the world has
never witnessed.. It •10 not be a feverish
scramble for wealth, such asis now witnessedin
California, lnit a , sober permanent prosperity,
founded on deep and substantial foundations—a
combination- of agriculture, manufactares, and
commerce, sustained by Illimitable capital, and
guided by the best science and genius of tidied
canoed age •
We Manly believe that such a rcad,—with one
brunch to California -and another to Oregon,—
would be one of the most profitable works ever
constructed by man, as it certainly would be the
most impoitant in its influence upon the whole
The time has gone by when o voyage by ace
is eonside.red preferable to a journey by land.—
Railroads have achieved a great revolution In
this respect; and as a proof of it,look at the
project of carrying ' a line of raiiroads froth Bos
ton to The extremity of Nova Scotia, in order to
shorten theses voyage between the United States'
end Great Britain, and also the project of mak ,
Mg Galway, on the westeracoast of Ireland, the
entre-port' for Great Britain, so as to cut off
as much of the sea voyage as passible on that
ride. With such Acta as these before no, hair
We it is.to suppose for a moment,. that a rail
road across the Isthmus of Darien, or a ship
canal, could compete with a geed railroad across .
this continent, for the carrying of passengers be
tween Europe and Asia.
Traarisr awl> Bauratrrr.—L Austrian' mill
tary officer, etationed in Italylately caused a
boy of 18 to be flogged to dea thfor killing his
dog. It splicers that the offices dog wai a big
Gee, and that the boy had • little one ; that the
officer's dog attacked the boy's 'dog, and ttot the
boy, in defence of bin own dog, struck the big
one with a Stone, and killed bum. For this of
frame he wal seised, and ordered by the ester
to receire twenty-five blows of the base:ll4o i'
but he expired under the eerenteenth blow !
The * amount goes on to state that the Irate
irho did this thing was afterwards set upon and
killed bythe infuriated father of the boy.
The affair has caused-a strong sensation in
Italy, and will farm one item in the terrible,
nektudngto which the oppressors of that coun
try will, if we miatalui not, soon be brought.
Itartamos al Earn —The people of Erie are per
tinacious in their efforts tciseeure a break in the
page of the Lake. Shore Railroad at that point.
The New Yorkers are building their road from
Buffalo lathe State line, on thp four feet ten inch
.gauge, and the Erie and North Eaet Railroad
Company haapassed resolutions to lay down the
rails on the six feet page, &adhere ordered two
loontolime of that page. The lino west from
- Erb Is on the four feet ten inch gauge, so that
if both parties persevere them will be two breaks:
within* twenty • miles, and another one at
Dunkirk. The ohjeet of be people of Erie la,
to seems the break in the page, which mast be
somewhere, at that point inatead of at Dunkirk.
nor iontitnzation of thesis foot-gongs to Erie
Woad make that place the termini!, of the New
-talk and . Erie Ballseed; Instead of Denl4rk.
'As .Eels has the beet hitiboi, and has the pias
b her own bunis, .cannot able her for en.
dasecateg to secure toll:noir &Rills advantages
which the but. in *gage salitver.
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DM/BASLE LOTS AT Arctios.—T • • y, 'at one
;WM. be soldit auction lame moat
beautiful bottationv for priiate residences. The
kits aresit4ted antis Westeoixtmon, Allegheny,
what Tali formerly Western Theological Bern
hiary property. They front on Ilidge street,
which is sixty feet wide, having OM Open corn
'aciPit oP the opposite aide of the street, thus giv..
fie a fine; open, airy front, which Mus , never be
obstructed, and which will in a few years be
adorned with trees and shrubbery. 'Ridge street
extend; from the east aide of Weat Common, In a
nearly west direction to the Ohio r.leer, and is
now opening, and will soon be graded and pared.
It will make decidedly the finest street in the city,
being the most elevated, the ground descending
from each aide, and yet being of an Deasy grade.
It will also be the moat direct thoroughfare from
the Ferrite across the Ohio river at Temperance
vile, to the Diamond of Allegheny.
hap , ordered the water pipes to be laid on Ridge
street, in front of the lota offered for'eale, and as
the interest Ls only required on tie purchase
money, we expect to see the bidding verylpirited
for this very desirable property.
On Monday the steamer North America arrived
at New York with $BOO,OOO in gold, indpn Tues
day the. Einpire City arrived with $1,800,000,
making together $2,000,000.
We subjoin a few Kew from the Mining Intel
Great Direoverg of Gold.'—Mr L. W. Taylor,
from Shasta City, brings intelligence of some
very important discoveries that have 'recently
been made in Shasta Valley, foe l. along the
stream bearing that name. It appears that some
packers were camping in the Valley aver night,
whoa one of them chanced to pick up apiece of
gold worth some $lO or $l2. This i induced
them to prospect the country, and the discoveries
have been of a highly gratifying character.—
One thou's/slid acres of the valley hare been pros
pected, all of which yield handsomely. The
average it from 10 cents upward to the pan,-
Five men who have been engaged , there . ever
since. the discovery, have made an average of
$BO to .the man each day. The depth of the
.diggings is from one to four feet.
Shasta Creek (or river, as it Is generally term
ed,), heads -in the western elope of- the Coast
Range, apd is distant some eighty miles from
Redding's Springs. The old route to the north
s. 113/11115 was to GTO34 from the Springs to
Weaver Creek; but now the packer amends the
Sacramento higher, before he crosses the first
spur of the'Coast Range.
Shasta River is one of the tributaries of Scott's
River, and the valley along the stream to said to
'be beautiful, widening out for several miles
at different points. It is inane of these 'extend
ed undulating slopes that the late discovery
has been made ; a elope in which several thou
sand acres. of land are found. Already have
one thousand acres been prospected, and the
result has been such no will have the effect to
draw thitherward a great population.
The diggings are somewhat peculiar, for all
the earth . contains gold, and from the 'surface
down four feet to the bottom rock, l extensive
yieldi have been gathered. The gold is remark
ably come, and it is in this that the peculiarity
consists ; , it, however, has been found that where
diggings were extensive the gold was remarka
bly 'fine, and distributed with a great deal of
equality.:. In this valley the gold ie coarse, yet
it is distributed with some sort of equality
throughout the region that hits beeen prospected.
We have been informed that the poorest earth
yields 10 cents to the pan. If this to COITCCt,
fortunes may be realised even out of this. The
stream affords a copious supply of water, and it
will be an easy matter to haul the dirt in carts
and wagons to the water, where extensive ma.
ehinery may be erected for separating the earth
and gold. The jacks or more extended washers,
will be able to wash 1000 bushels of earth in the
same time that it formerly 'required to wash 100
The Nevada Journal gives the following account
of a discovery at that place:
Great Excitement I—Bough and Beady , rits
alive on Wednesday, from the discovery of a 'eh
prospect on Second street The ground was all
located as lots or streets, which have thus been
occupied since the laying out of the town lest.
fall. But one of our miners undertook to pros
pect the ground, and after a few hours' work,
succeeded in obtaining four bin! to the pan; In Ma
hour afterward he "got down," and in the first
pan obtained about form dollars in coarse: golff !
Like wildfiiie the alarm epread, and quick hurry
ing in all directions, the minus within eight and
hearing poured in, like been when the hive is
attacked, with their tools and - stakes. -; Some
were on their way with provisions, and some bf
the most ludicrous scenes occurred. One harthis
hands fall of fresh beef, and his anxiety to glt a
"claim," while he could find no place to , deposit
his "grab," was amusing. A carpenter at work
near by, engaged in getting out a frame 'for a
building, immediately jumped on to the very
ground, belonging to bin employer, upon,which
the house was to be erected, and "staked off "
bin claim with an augur, two chisels and' a hand
now, while he took bin stand in the middle, of the
lot, hatchet in hand, swearing-that his claim was
staked off, and had his tools on it!"
The Quart: Vall.—The Stockton Timmi eves
some interesting statements of the discovery of
rich quarts remain the Southern mines. The ed
itors corudder that it has been satisfactorily es
tablished that the quarts vein will eventually
prove an inexlianstible mine of wealth.. They
say that Dr. James Brown, a scholar and an able
practical man, and Dr. Radcliffe, who have trav
elled through the southern region, making ob
servations at all the principal point., have en
prassed.this to be their opinion. Many of the.
gulches, it is said, are now supplied with 'water,
and the miners are actually engaged in trashing
out the auriferous soil which they have thrown
The thm Francisco Standasd states that the
quartz veins are attracting more attention every
day, from the astounding riglmess which some of
them display. One on Carson's mountain yields
.rock of which so large a portion is gold, that
108 pounds of the rock was brought to San
Francisco city to be assayed, and yielded 38
pounds :of pure gold, valued at $8,182 16; and
Col. Cost, the naval officer who brought the pie
ces down, says there was between one and two
torus of the rock taken out, all equally rich, and
the vein showing no sign of exhaustion.
Quart. Disassery near Rough and Ready.—On
'Saturday last, a vein of quarts was discovered
on Deer Creek, about two miles' north of Rough
and Ready, of great richness. ' It is supposed to
be extensive, and is eurdoirbtedli an out-crop of
the veins now being worked about Grass Valley.
The Georgetown Dig ging s. —The numerous can
ine and gulches within an area of flue miles of
Georgetown, . have generally paid well. , Many
of the canons, among others the Oregon and
Missouri, have been worked over some half dozen
times. The diggings were not thoroughly un
derstood at the start, and surface washing was
pursued by the miners/ Afterwards, holes were
sunk, deeper and deeper, until late experience
has shown that shafts sunk one hundred. feet,
and then the system of coyoting adopted, is the
proper mode for working that district of country.
Todd's Valley Diggings.—Thin valley,' located
about midway between the Middle and North
Forks of the Arierican River, is said to contain
extensive diggings. We have heard of several
cases where good yields were obtained, and a
large number of miners emigrated Waal point
in consequence... There is an extensive district
of country in.the vicinity that has never 'been
thoroughly prospected, which in time will doubt
less be foiond to pay quite well. The valley con
tained some sereen)or eight hundred miners some
eight months ago. •
Thr Hari)) . era correspondentnt the
Stockton Journal, writing from the Mariposa, in
Speaking of some large pieces of gold recently
found In that section, says: "The largest piece
weighs fourteen pounds and seven ounces; the
next is 48 ounces; and the neat is 25 ounnes f uf
pure gold. The first two are considerably im
pregnated with inock,7thougt their Intrinsic val
ue is more than half their weight. The people
have been doing remarkably well here for the
last few weeks,, and they are coming feel, (rein
all parts of the country."
PDEATEZIL -CAT IT TIIMI MIT MOTEILE
—Going from market the other day, we observed
a very =fa boy, who gave no special indication,
bydresser face of other than ordinary sensaticms
or training in life, carrying a basket thit was
so heavy as nearly to bear bias down beneath It.
We observed "my boy, you have a heavy lead."
"Fes," said he, "but rd rather carry it thin
that mother should." The remark was ode of a
nature we love to hear; lnit we do not know that
we should have chronicled It, bad we net'seen
zeroes the street, a highly orcoesptithed young
lady playing the piano, while her mother was
Washing the windows.. Wo bare no reason for
forestalling the refleetions and compariaOns of
our readers on the facto—Wheeling
EXTI74OIIDLI4Z2 Jo*setts Pass,—At Bt.
Louis, lately, -11 boy 7 years old, who had been to
witness a magiciazes performances, including the
pretended cutting off and restoration of the nose
of one of the audience, prevailed upon his
younier„etster to allow him to try the'saroe
operation with her, and' in- their mutual ignor
ance the eutting off was actually dons with a
lino carving knits, The poor child of coon.
gave vent to her excruciating agony in loud
screinia, which soon brought aid; but it witanot
until the had fainted slumber of times frointhe
loss of blood,' that the nose was again planed in
its proper position. It was thought at first she
could. not live, but there are hopes now Of the
prod adhesion of the organ and her ultimate irtr•
conch but with a bightftd eau, of own;
Tat Now Com:fou r —Sew ra WASHINGTO7.-,
There was a great crowd at the Capitol Grounds
In Waahington, yesterday, Where, it had been
mold for several dayu,thatfive orris youngladles
were to appear in the new costume. Ladies were .
there on horseback, and the crowds of all kinds ,
of people filled every available place, which
promised to give a look at the scene. The Re•
. We never before beheld so many people mem . -
bled at a Marine Band Concert, and have seen
fewer at the Inauguration of a President. The,
Band played on, but the music was not the sub.
jest of conversation. The Turkish dress absorb.:
el all other topics.
At about six o'clock there was a slight move
ment in the enclosure where is erected the statue
of Washington. The boys began to run, and in
a few seconds a stream of men, women and chit
dren (almost gut of breath) following hard after
them. The scene was indeed exciting. It was
thought by those in thereaithat the long wished
for Turkish dresses had surely come, for a little
while at least, and were now rapidly receding
from the public gaze. The boys . led the pursuit,
and 'flying 'through the farthest gateway, ran
along the winding pavement towards New Jersey
:avenue. By this time the crowd in the area,
near the portico, rushed in the • opposite direc
tion, as if to head the Turkish dresses. Although
no such costumes were perceptible to any body,
it was supposed that they were in a passing back,
the blinds of which were closed. But,, without
further continuing the story, the truth was sub
sequently declared that, near one of the fish
ponds, the boys-had started a rabbit, and it was
this that they pursued, and not the Turkish
Subsequently, several carriages dame in, and
these were, in turn, surrounded by crowds of ex
pectant& It Is needless to say that there was a
The Republic suggests that some benevolent
idles adopt the costume, merely to gratify the
In answer to many inquiries as to the age of
General Scott, and the date of services,: the
Cincinnati Chronicle makes the following state
Winfield Scott was born on the 13th of June,
1786, and will, therefore, be sixty-fire in June'
Admitted to the bar in 1808, and practised
a few months in the Petersburg, Virginia, Cir
Apppointed Captain of Light Artillery In May
Appointed Lieutenant-Colenel of the Second
Artillery in July, 1812.
Fought the battle of Queenstown and waa
ken prisoner 18th Oct., 1812.
Appointed Brigadier General in March,
Commanded the rosin body of Brown's army
in the battle of Niagara, (Lnndy's Lane,) July
Brevetted Major General, July, 1814.
Maintains Peace in the patriot troubles, in the
affairs of the Caroline, 1837.
Aids in the pacification of the Maine Bounda
ry in 1839.
Captures Vera Cruz, 23d March, 1847.
Wins the battle of Cerro Gordo, April, 18th
Wins the battle of Contreras, 19th of August,
Wins the battle or Churubusco, Augut 20
Btoeme4 Chapultertec, on the 12th of Septem
Entered tho city of Mexico on the morning of
the 14th of September, 1847.
Thas has General Winfield Scott been forty
tee years in the serrice or his country, haring
made some of the most brilliant campaigns
on record, and never foiled in any undertak
TIM POTATO DIALAST..—A correspondent sends
to the Boston Courier the following recipe for
the care of the rgetablo disease known as the
potato rot, which may not be too late for trial at
the present season.
What I propose, to save this esculent from de
stniction in !Sulphur (Brimstone as it is usually
called.) After the ground is prepared end ma
stared in the usual way, put a table spoonful of
sulphur in each hilL Then plant your potatoes,
and cultivate in the usual way. This is all that
is necessary to insure a crop of good sound po
The theory of this is, that the zullphar gradu
ally undergoes decomposition, and evolves gams
which keep the potato free from this destructive
animal. Good well Totted barn yard manure
should be used for the experiment, but if nom
post is used, care should be taken that neither
limeor ashes are in it, for if ther is, the alkali
of the lime or ashes mill combine with the sold'
of the sulphur, and neutralize them, so as to
be of no effect, eithet. as a manure or core for
KILISD nr Losursisa.—Two men, near Fair
chance ironworks, in this county, were killed by
lightning, on Wednesday, 28th ult., during the
prevalence of a hail a torm. They were engaged
.anct had taken 'halter in the
mouth of 3 coal drill, over which a beech tree
and stump were standing. The lightning struck
the top of the tree, which was dead, and pursuing
it down to the green wood,-glanced off to the
etutop, which it (allowed to its roots, and then
down about twenty feet through a crevice in the
strata of slate and coal, over the month of the
bank. Their names were Abraham Childs and
Moses Wilson.—.lforyantcorn Denotrat.
W)L GOODCLL /CEP Geo. TIEIOMPSON.—We were
present when the following colloquy occurred be
tween Wet. 0.0111111 and George Thompson, etthe
late anniversary. lVe glee it as it has been told
to na. At the conclusion of the long debate on
the stand, he ventured to charge the audience
"not to spoil all they had done by voting at elec ,
Mr. Goodell rose...and said he wanted to ask
the gentleman a fei question..
Ist queetion--Bow was slavery abolished from
the British W. Indre
Aimirer, by Mr. Thompson—By Act of Par
2nd question—How' did those who pdsseel
that Act acquire s title to their seats in Par.
Assrwer=By the votes of the electors.
3d question—Did not the British Electors, par
ticularly the Methodist a, demand of the Metho
dist electors, that they should vote, and vote for
anti-slavery men, as a test of Christianity`
Mr. Thompson health ted.
"I demand en answer," said Mr. CloodelL
"That is ell," said SI r. Goodell. (Immense
111B01“1. Um theudoute, Pa.. Numb 4.'41.
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der.. be Nl..kluitys there we we would thank nmtoserel
ue two doneo by the Perms riranla ItalLerud. W. are rev
ttrely out, and It is being inuulrel for almo.t erny day.
Youn4 moectfullr. JOHN LONU & CO.
IlsrSsuntrs ilablaud eo. Cht Marsh 10,'61.
S. M. Haw—Dear dlr, Your Awa it. a fs► weeks dues.
MT with or four dos,. Cock 011, which us bars rota.
Pleas, forward to us six d 4 nen Immedlutotr.
Your oseellthis Is worlds's, wonders to tpk region. W.
can obtain smuts/ esetile of surtlflestes. If YOU dories them.
Yours, as.. W. IN &VW.
tor Ade by Itnwee A McDowell. 140 Mead eteert; IL X.
Beller& 67 Wool streit B. A._ rahnretock,Ji Co, comer
Woad and Front etyve., P.lO. Cum, D. A. ElltAt. Joseph
Donlan, and IL,l'. Schwartz, Allegheny.. also b 7 the Pb.
prietor, X X. KIER,
apliolAwYr GAM Eneln.l3ementh et. Pittsburgh.
Foreign and American Hardware.
LOGAN, WILSON eir. CO
HAVE NOW IN FIORE
Atoll alneemetaotenza of l'OßEfOlir AND AKIWIC.42
Stiltablo !or the optics trade, and 1 , 614 tboy ore prepared
to oak. toj pardowen at flan that EN ammo
rovoe.bi , oqr of the outer. eines.
1851. BERING ARRANGEMENT. 185
Fortytdi tours to Philadelphia.
Forty-R=s=re to Baltimore.
281 Railroad-103 miles CanaL
SWUM MOST PLUMMY COIMIITIIII2
TO PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE AND
Being free from the many changes and porterage,
. connected teith piece Lincs.
Two Daily Liam Express Packet Boati
LEAVE; Pittsburg I:°fßorrirottomwn), t e e 0
Ll' Po lege Itallreed to'
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There taloa a' the
NEW Ie.ENNSYLVA NIA RAILROAD,
Tan Ilsoodrud and Fort roeve noire direct to
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moraingyl a veteeir ei Ehrht n'elrehe:
and epery 401.131114 at the same Mar.
Pare to Philadelphia. $lO. Pan, Baltiniona 112,76.•
ea% Leauseter la do liardebors KM • •
Pinangtre for lietimore,
Take Cho Ifc ait araCCumberland hal had. at Ilarritharg,
on amyl,' of Quo at that plant. //Afloat ladght,
f..". 1 1.4 Whom. YOUR bola.
No char . gator handling Baggage oa rib; roots.
Tha Cant m thb routo am nen, oral .of the Ord, apron
y o u 'oil for comfort and aalat7.
If you dm Irecturap 411141110 t sod oXandahhr
coothaloa to care rout tichetnat
J. P. HOME S. Agent, .. •
i zarrib i tree.
Clog ledq. 8442 . amt.,
.--//eir..Fartoorti will'egjoice to Ikaow that at
th..tarathijm‘d.p en d
*mon at ail thaw in othisor MI ma nn slums esti*
*Oh tdd.ko.d.t. otindathi. dirlemta, 01110troundl.
nay mate, Won partisnaludoess, 1110l* eye; /811.-
LIM tram sprains, lots of the joint teaks, or contrasted
earls, to . to. The ankle seared to Is ILO. lessen
dzsidsallstiottot.' MI butt =ratio its, discovered
ma or beast. Bos adstiliseateat.
Citizen lbsurance 'Cmni)any of Pittoburgh
BNCOURAGE. HOME INSTITUTIONS
Onlea 41 Water Weed, lo theirarebove ofC. /J.
C. G. Daum iterldenL..— :A. W. lawn, Psey:
nh, Company Lino. premmed . to hunts all merchandise
In etora end In transit., 'mesh Jte.
A I.o...nuaty for the ability and Integra of the
institution. a sllonled In the thuartor of the
ho are all calm. of Dlttebtirsla well and favorably
Miens to Um community for Melt Dnidenoe. Intelllgenor.
Welter Derma.. Hugh D. 104 - t
Wm. Loaner, Edwanl
John Hayworth, 8. Ilarbangh. 8. 81. K en3Celf
se — DISEASES OF TUE LlVER.—Dis
cases at the Liver are becoming alarmingly frequent In the
ckli.ed Elates. Indeed them are feW formidable Domes
which are not connected in one way or other with • de,
cute of that Important argon. Many of the tour
plalekts which are usually' clameMunder the head ot con
eumptlon, have their origin In the liver. "Any remedy
which would insure regularity and healthful amen to
the liver. would be a blearing to mankind!" liar been t h e
eiormum. of mfforingthOWlLlid. Thor YeEDAIy has been
found: It I. .•te and sore. When • far trial has been •P
forded to MD. ham clever been know to fall.
Read e r, have you any dbease of the liver, or di,...,
which you believe proreede from likvatle demap i p e
:went? Law not a moment, hut purchase box of De.
IDLane's Liver rill,, and they will reetoreyou to health.
They are the only remedy aver yet discovered, whom um
to certain to effect • cure. For Kate by
AT HOLMES' Literary Depot, Third at.
fur t Ofloc.
T .' e lti at. W ll r Lic' Meer.Me, for e.
Lectures on America br oh• Earl u uf
LAMIVA Living Age, No..MEL
Harper,. Magaline, fur Juue, I Meer sapply4 rem
Another Supply of Superior Shirting, Nu
: hn and Linen.
FURPITY £ BURCHFIELD have open
auOtaw =DPW ethane make of shirting, mum.
at& wil d boom ilnesuß ß th e latter narrantcd all Sao—
oght dirndls trim the agent arta, trianufsetlirer i and
will be sold at town insoee by the rard or piece.
Stuetleit mulling, ton= one to tidies rants nib, iderar s
on hand. Alec, pillow me mash.. ' tee
lii AVANA SUGAR.-50 has white. Ha-
I . TBna sugar, lust Reoeived and Sir mi. by
• HUItBIUDGE * /NlillEtAlt,
_JO No. 110 Water street.
g . g .11'.-31 oa sugar (as
gorged nuorbaro for ula b
e O r BURDILIGE d INGLIRANI,
N 0.116, Water meet.
WHITE SCARF SILKS. -A. A. MASON
Co, their ht/leeched rep this =WRY
• eopply of the bore omelet dethible ankle.
Alto, an olditl ' onel supply crimped Oh:min Ythhtth, to
which the attention of =women halted Zia. 62 mot
Ot. Mutat et.
-- • --
More New LaWu:
A. MASON,& CO. hive just received
itly kilo day, large lot of dim; iret7 dvdrobla brown
ewes, whkh they will *ell very cheap, arwholetaleor
tall. KT :in 62 mad 04.,31arket street.
Piano and Table Covers.
AA. MASON t CO. would- respectfully
u : call the attention ad luntrakeepera to tbalr vary ta re .1011.1oeot or richly printed and emboaard piano
atd labia coven., snorted A 150.,• very • law. sup
ply at line Lod damask tabla cloth., napkins, dank;
tovrelly, te_ at No. In and to. Ya Amex tag
•QITUATIO\S in stores, warehouses, &c.,
irl our two cities or towns, and country arouud, for
- sereral pulennen, lemlblupereno. Pubcol matters, nwehmen.
_flamers. laborers, and for • number of bort or all
AlPo—canted to borrow SIM, IMM. SSW, SSOO, nnd
other sums, for diflemmt Per i ods. ‘Vsubul — Dluom frl n st:
AUyeamottemes, honsmkeepers, wet and dry
AU kinds of anmeks lUtentled to Mr molemte dm/v..
ISAAC USUAL'S' -
JaPl:wl:T Ammer and Intelligence Uinta 14bertr Pt.
FOR SALE—One Kiln' of Brick, Enquire
m at mow. i CLISTOCK'S V i n 7: rarehocur,
111RIED BEEF-2,000 ll7s prime, just re-
Air solved stutter sale by J. 9.11 V. RARMAUGIL
PGARL-64 bhds, received and for sale by
A 3 . mo w . MAXIMUM.
MOLASSES-100 bbls jest received and
for nle Er 1119 S. W. lIMMAUOII.
XfACKEREL-50 bbls No. 3, 1851, in
Wore and for rale by .14 S. W. lIARDAVIIII.
The Family Friend.
A BAKING preparation intended to Bu
lt_p the tme of T cwt —Whkh. when edo.d with
Knot...ill pro reemie
duce lei del IN rimer, 10 or =lra leaves of 4 Ex
raeh. th em hp the woof veldt. The whole para. of bread
making, berm, being lotted, does not take more than 3 1
le, 1 o lg67° , f'u °, 2l:7ll." l ' .l°4 l,Vlti;_ . ."`'Xiat:i
korner. tnikiaaprll of public schools. Infannario, hong.
tale. and lame famine, will find th e atuall saving to. wing
the /amily Friend. .141.1 bail advanmine 01 light.
whonwanediet ler eta_ voyaged and perriom In
em:inter phiema where ))O ut ie Mani to nat. this ill be
found heralnable fur limal. and eekee—it . ill
conk, and eheale. not forgetting that the/ will be more
malatalde—and malted been.. broad earn nano illgestahk
Sold in bottle., at 12E,, 2.5, and 50 <mate.
I'IIIIIIPB . MAME.
14. North Pottath rt. Philadelphia.
Sole Agent for Pittsburgh. It. E. SELLEILI3, 57, Wood
Phillips and Mayers' New Article for the
ItiIQIIID GLUE, which cc:cents weed, stone.
china, glom unable. nue...wars. or gnu mega..
o orit tre i V , Le or
,prte.uarall.ot .:ks°ll•thr sn
brmed and powerful Cement Tr hom:keope r m of OM
P.. an already well non.. of . utnalna and
wientabliny to the...l4.mm. and Won oho boy. not
met it rmasetad otdo halo should he with.
900 ,4 t o
fu. of IdoultOlot—lt requires notemmins. it
Moays lowly for Ofte, aud OLT he tir ed by my person t he
ewe.. any article, In Munostr. Thom no owe ter the
glut pot, mad to inechtalto It Is . mal biteable. Ilateeng
use It. th e press of the stab..(. unaaimous timtr
'melte,. maim of K. Don't throw anything away with.
out trying thiu PUILLIII MAITII6.
74, North Fonrin 'egret. Philadelphia.
Aural far PittOurgh, J. KIDD At CO, tenor Vourth
Mal MOW otmet. Agent Mr Alloghway JUILN •
.LAS, Druggist. joellm
Ladies! Ladies! Ladies! .
WOITLD von Imre your furniture and
avoid roall ardieraesup labor tor or seruat.,
aria the pular .aail draerive non faradlats e
-2171.,,arv,r4,171 Y;Sia.".ei r tt.
Lottla will rewire to extraordinary u drub
furniture u trouLl mat $lO ar all to bar. rararrdstiol.
Thlr is a crest thing for furniture dealers. Fold to bed.
ties at 1:44. lai and
PHILLIPS a' MAYERS,
74, North louril street Philadelphia.
s l, Kirert I.l7= °° 'Z IKAUN °Mg°.
DYE FLOUR.-521 bbls rye flour for sale by
ALEKATUS-31 mike. for sale by
jei WICK t IrCANDLL3[4.
Cr COCHIN G casks prime on hand and
17,1 for bblo by • forf Wien & II'CANDLESS.
VIRGINIA TWIST TOBACCO:-411.1 keg!
V NI _l. by }A WICK & WOVIDLILBS.
LAX-10 sucks fur sale by
lev:7 • WICE s WCANDL.F.....s
ICB-14 tierces for sale.by
.}4 WICK a M'CANDLCIM
ARD-12 bble Nu. 1 Lard fur gala by
16. WICK lIVANDL-08
TAltelf--40 boxes Boobright's extra for
j.. 9 ! WlClrt WCADLESO.
TTO the Honorable the Judges of the Court
of General ()neater dereions of Ca Peace , in and no
oil Th y petition of Fr Ilfo.O. Of the First Want
cf Fltroborgh. to o th. County of Allegh.nr, humbly
shireetio That your petitioner I. &Grow of keening ...t
-he honie ta,4 hi Els Lou.., At.. In the Warg
tbore—that ho hae promWol himself with neer... an
e coneeniencr awl accommodation of tramline and Gran.
etaear.,re pray honors to swain him • 11.
rene. . to keep • hotie• of .00110 entertainment and he .111
arribere. eltitera of the cane einem. do
ceirtiff thaithe elope.
.psrt is of ateal reoute lot hon
esty and temperance a do
le welt provided with bone.
men and rousenienete for the aecominialationnod lodging
of Granger. and tmellani, end that saldJavern Limo.
.Allen Cordeltifoith Frew, Ephrata Frisbee,need..
11. W. Buffo. Jo. !Wall. J. Rees, Joe. Meta ,
Thielten. L. Bar.. Henry Goonimr. 7e9
Building Lots in Allegheny, at Auction.
WILL he sold at Auction, on the pterni
we, in Allegheny oily. on NONDAY, the 9Lb of
June.lssl. at 1 otcloek, tbe balanosof the lot. In the
My plan of the Retainer, purchase. A number of these
lots front on the (twat nevem Common. The ronveninee
of pure bums but been <smutted by laying out streets In
trout sod your of nob rangy of lob , end matlog them
tike 'dm frost
sits, together with their beautiful location.
render them tbe most desirable site for tasteful tubing...
that can be prorated 1 1
either city. The Interest of thr
purehnsertomey only Mil be required of purchssent For
• 'Mbar particular. Inquire of the undenlgned.
J. T. LCKIAN,
tiEl). M. RIDDLE,
• IL P. ECRWARTZ,
KREBS A DOYLE, Auct'ro. peel Coon:onto.
VELVET CARPETS.— W. M'CIintock has
I. a. n and for .also the !valet assortment of Veh
r o li=s4v b eLottered In this muket Carpet igneenn9e.
lIIIREE-PLY CARPETS.—Just, received
at the Carpet Warehouse. No. 76 fourth st.n.. and
eVle OmPIS denote. 11.71 W. aSCLINTON. .
BIWSSELS CARPETS.—W. APClintock
has in nom .oar tale • hogs anonment of tope.
nor Bruton Cornett, to whirl he [onto the aention of
cutout, Carpet Warthou No. 76, North t,
000 MATTING—For publio haiku and
mem in store and for sal. b
Se 7 Wurboom. N0:76. Fourth 4.
Vit ABBITTS SOAP POWDERS are now
ITltliliT ' M." b '
J.? Liberty. lit.
luta ter lout for raking breedonakea..le, by which
a waving of 19 per tent in flow le effected. For eale by
7.9 299. Liberty at.
kABBITT'S Double Refined Salerntue,
pot on lull . ,tr Xlb, and Jen paper. Any Demo
"Xrel 6Vilin.Varril. It
i g0..7 "h.
nt ja on ala r
tirocars Ten ntruarc
ye ILLINGS, WILSON & CO., I±danufac
g=llll.V.,"= ittiehhl:l trout, hob aaa
rhea nalley Cour barrei lad lathlng dot . alro aa awl
2d blued ball., lo ae
Mai at merz.vccert a co., N.i.111, wmor K, Pltt..
4, HANDSOME buigy, direct f rom a re l.
cbrated' Eastern maa tam, Rica 1130.
AN • MOW bead .alkey,p4o. vo. u qu i n au,
COPPERAS. -35 bble. for solo by
' 5 -7, KIDD t CO.,
Na ea, Wood
STAR OANDLESt-10 . boxes, prime arti.
tla for We by. , J. EIDD IX.
e. 00, WI-
MEDICATED Wines and Brandies, afresh
istJalgw.t!'d • ° "" th r Rini) Co.
1 , 1 ' 71 Na EO. Woods
JAPAN VARBISLI-4 bbla. (Baltimore)
fbr sale by . • •J. HID D 100,
or _ No. CO, Wand et.
CREAM TARTAR-1,000, Mo. for rule
J. KIDD t CO,
Ito. W. Waxist
• ' Diationious Ma iiiit--Pitt your clothes In • mtlicient
Wiettity of cold water to cover them, then add two table.
fal• of tide Soap Blinder, to each Mt quarts of water
I with the elotbea if the water is haul, all more of
. • Powder. and boil them ien Mouton in the mean tiro
codathemdOwn with a stick, then put them In tub and
uillgient cold water. so that they will not be too hot
Lhandle. The. rub the dirty Memme... In o, '" mo od..
lee them • thorough hosing, end that la sofficient to
ke them clean.
i. B.—There being no nicht in this Soap. It will leave
is Mabee very white, and bad oily
hoop. do. The whin cost of the material wed doe. not
camel two ant., to complete a washing of ten persona—
;Warranted not to rot Or injure the clothe.
This is a Powder that one puperjell• linale twelve qumts
bed [mill) Soft Swap. s, ,-
Dritecnom Yoe Use.—Takally Ha quarts of water and
mil the Powder with It, and OM. let It boll. my to. mire
to., then add alo quarts cold rater: Mr them intimately
tre t lTC r .id If 1,17il e, away. 1117.21 ,112 41,;r8 . 017, r.l
min .34/1 well,andwidnot Mt the hand. like other Soft
limp. nor rut the clothes. Cie. be mat with hard or mat
water, by making the gmtltt into MI quarts heateed of
twelve. The Soft Soap is bet i adapted for washing eathio
and wool!. good.. .
Sold wholimie and retell b i Hi E. SELLERS.
• l Co. 47, Wood M.
1 Business Tax for ity Purposes.
IN pursuance of "aril rdinance providing
• for the Increase of the Ilse nue olthls city pamed
e leth April 1346.." soil. Leib rebr giros, thet ' the City
Assessor has left et my omen, exammation, by all inter.
.sled, a list of the mmo.. d business lo the city. in
conformity with eaM Online •
Sac. 4. if, upon examtnati oof sahl hot. my persoom
tMall think themselves enth hy the mid ainemments
hey shell hate the same in ellidarll, which ablerit
shed also contain a nettementro the true amount of their
mita w i th
near can Le week look said eftWavit to be
leit with the Cit y Treweirer. al hive twoweeks from the
date of the first publication of the notice aforesaid,
eau 6. That no appeal rtrall be Liken but by the elßda.
oft of the hereon or to,. weathered; Paid eSidevit to be I
conchorlre evidence of the ter stated In relation to the'
emount of mho.
Appeal. must be made w bin two week. foot this
.latedune 7th, MI. S. IL JOHNSTON,
.1.7x17 L City Ty...re)
1851. WBBTERN . 1851.
D. LEECH dc CO'S. UNE.,
iVi!la_ _ _ r , .-___
J. KIDD & Co..
No. GO. Wo.l at.
PITTSBURGH, PHILADELPHIA, BAT Ll-
MORE, AND NEW YORK.
TIIE: Canal being in good artier, we are
from to transport proauw .od marehorol toe to
filthier, 4; jt b "ltt d oLl'ot 11 . 4117"i•it7 n tla u ;
co:. or* orroott m a% controllod br the idoprletore. at of lodine Manumitted, and all
mu promptly at.
Apply to, or addrun
Are You Subject to the Tooth Ache.
you hollow teeth I If 841, WIC
PILILLYPS u WATERS' Freneb Tooth Enamel, a
veg. ble °miner emotound, warranted not to Imam the
both, or mouth... the Dentine mercurial conwantlnno do,
by which every 1.1100 may become his or her own dentlet.
at a 'mall expense. Cold In Wt. and FA rent package. by
0. N. WICK ISIUOIiA3I. Agent.
Jet %Urn Wood street. Pittsburgh.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE - AT AUC.
undersisna‘Lhartng divided onm
B. township, nest Ms =Cush of Jack's Run, the
CONVENIENT AND DESIRABLE LOTS,
orter INo rim.. for ale at public auction. on the Dram.
t., SATMDAY. the ith day of June, 1. 11. Ma, al
o clock. it. Porton. desirous of procuring
Ina healthy and pleasant nititathorhool, located within
short and easy distances of U. Perrysville Phu* hoed
and the Ilancherter Plank Road. bothoonneeting with the
City of Allegheny. will End this a deolrable opportunity.
The farm consists of excellent land abounds with never
falling *Minna and him been so laid o ff as to give each .
lot mow to an
•• • .
_ .. . -..
The Pommyleant& aria Oblong/ lined rim within ..Wort
&alun .of the place. The laud In tb. neightarbccaj la
rapidly Increasing In;ralue. and for beautiful J0e...,
RiUNISIVII AND DELIGERYCL VIZR9
ric rt e.-O h
lt and varca nied
not serumsurp s ,
a (including fine flews of . the
Ohio be sed.
She distance from the titles of Pittsburgh and 'Allee.
try doe. not eaten! Eve miles, omit of •hich will ba by
the Plank Roads above mentioned; it being In contempla
tln to extend the.Manchniter Pl.* Road to Ulla place,
with which It la now connected with the new Hearer
irrupt-ons third rash, the Nahum Ore squid ann. ,
payments. adth Misses. to be seced ed: immi snd Mr .
h... Farther information
o =a i nd, plar a ta
.e ,d r
d r .
II ale ' orter:4 4 7 .4 th ' e P t7at i or ' se Cherry alley, or to the sots
ecriber on the premise.
jettui TllnltAd CHM
Lawrenceville and Sharpsburgh Plank
THE Stockholders are hereby notified that
ct,eOnn 111 t.o held at I. Noel 111110 Rreet,dtr of I gaz.;',l',Vlinn
oon of le
teo • and a.
plane they ',Melee; by Wan f
Tereuner, and eve manager', to eoadoet the business of
the Coeoteeny ma the Mat terituf& A enTlert.
Ile W. ZIENICHT,
CIAI , ..A.RY SEED.--3,500 lbs. just received
t_./ sus. the Pub • benne article of -Rielly seod. for gab
by N. N. WICKERSILLM.
lea Corherof Wood lad Math strew.
C 00 OFFEE.-3 bgs. prime Green Rio Cof
)4 feemaorind bad for able by
jnias . , .
Wile. now 1851, pickled herring
half 604. ddo do
do o dry do
.% 1 '• 4o
1 ..t0rd...1 tor [./
by .4J :IOII\TT 4 COIIN WATT
E E i bre. Cbeeee, receiving per
YYJJ indirvir. Loe, .*J for Nola by.
5411 ES TALZELL.
308 N., GS Water at
Nra 3. MACKEREL.-i 0 bbls. for sale by
J alias DAIZELL,
isz Nu. lb Water
ARD.--2Alia. Lard, for sale on eon
egiamest by T. WOODS SON.
Na. CI. lister st.
NEAT PLAID OINGHAMS.-Murey
L 11 1 74 1 . 11.1 1 .:;11:=
Biro ' sum od otyh, ll
Om Ilatuomo, Popil.. of no.. stflos. also Mow:
ar., hs grest. sumly, ouch as ilaraces. Ltvago.ls
14Jurs, Tkouss. Jtc.
m Neert.lnkt opening, .1 4•11 t. les
FURNISHED ROOM WANTED, mt , ..k
untral nal reepectable location., - where • it 9
I lieslelan mold nand patient.. fn. 9to ti u'elocke.nn
Ad.lnent Dr. Hartley. Aonst. Chtlt
'OR liEiN'f.—A three story brick :T.
," dwelling tamp., edam.. =Third rpvt. bet wren "Til
Grua and in , the house le •veil Iligehed arth by
gdrant In the kitchen and above which there le • bathroom
lib hot and cold naler. l'omeeralun given immediately
opt?' to N. V. VOhIIONNIIOUNT CO.
No Ott tth lieutt
OILS.-1 .h) gall bleached winter sperm oil.
I.ond blea , bed
1,400 - Tunnel,' oil
1.60. W.rwol whale al
In .ton and tut tale by
PLANTATION Sugar and Molasees
• bhals. prizia Osamu. ram.
US lAA. do
In rum and far raw by do
MILLER a MCKESSON.
SZS. Liberty a.
S UGAR House Molasses and Plantatioia
s rf rt;,. s. Mulmacti-St. .Jame ArilnotY
Ignm. i l r Plantation Sugar.
On c~nalynm^nt and
9drl t iall a RICKETBON.
Nea. V... 21 I.r.M. Mort, at.
Tierce. 'Rice in store and for
sonar )114LCII 2 111 . 11NET90N.
Nos. 221 A 223, Liberty st.
CIIEESE-30 Rim. W. R., for sato by
j,•5 S. P. VON BONIIORST t CO.
R AISINS. -GO boxes M. R. Raisins. _
40 WI& do
mum a MCKESSON.
ps Nom.= 2 =. Liberty' d.
VLOUK-40 tibia extra family flour.
a adon; and for to "Per''' .
eb MILLER At RICRETSON
CHEESE. -28 boxes Cheese just received
I.B conahanent ,kod far ma. h r
MILIXII t RICKT—
I ri EbION SYMP.—GO bee "Turner's" lem
on amp. on conelignmeMlLLED. and fa &
ARD OIL-10 bbla. pure winter
15 do Na 2.
o s y male by J. BCIIOONDUKER C CO..
Na 211, Woad st..
you vrioh for a real treat, try tho
son Tea,@taloa for St 00 per lb, at Mad.' T. Mart
n • Diamond.
Farmers and Mechanics' Turnpike Rank Rant
THE Second and final Inatabnent of the
eubecribers to the Loan for Plankton the Partner.'
lechardes' Turnpike Rued. Is hereby dlrgetal to be
void on or before the Otto ef Jon, lest
fetid IIENHY RM. Treasurer.
WIII,TE HAVANA & BRAZIL SUGAR
vA bx.r. white Hymns stir
In story l an SO d
b for sale by
MILLER it RICKETSON.
lea sm. Ell • =I, Lthyrty rt.
lIARTLEY, Amur; from 64 North
JJ m.T.,,tbraw,nutiga: d t o nr i to Inform those
0 144 tVi gibee o n bl e conintdeatlon,th.t
nilenco vith their epecial eireinepl. made atrangement. to
v0rV1T.P.V.T.r.f.', 7 ,;..7.r.
It would probably be • bererable ornAnte t de, rot Thar
'rnerreeintr ell. Deafness, to aul atel consult the Doctor, as
11:,i'dtgo:IYA:1=% 0 1,agiVg= i n:
the treatment of the Nu.
Tb.peikedhs teetimonlals .broltted with couldenne.
They will Chow, at Mot, ILI wrist
of hit mfleselure
al Qualifications aro lidld by Come of the molt dricuish
ed medical men In the country:
hare hAI the pleasure to : meet Dr. Ihrtley InDractice
and bare been hot to perm • tatorable opinion of hi. rh er . .
acter, both to the probed.t and a. •“
W. Fu But tery
Profestar of Buttery,
i th "ll leggtlVlLTl li v_truLt
Prpfee.or of Anatomy,
fo o d
, "From 6dth Mtrtley, Arm, fmnd
hit deportment correct and gentlettntni7 ,
Vaudenets Meer, M.D.
Reim. in Partberph.—Tbe vitt of Dr. float., to the
1111AW ' iri tYLIIIPLIV:TAL% r4glV d t!
to whiccb MAUl...nth:al baa been Ar Kane time lipecramy
andniceeeetlaly directed. my retl on Brecl•lng ft:. ht.
such tofotwont In ell jorbatialtr mar result In • ore
feet nu W
t, IL J. an, Bt Clod.
3 o TZlow
b.y auu bbt Oingn r russ seed.
i a do do e °p e.r i n`u
for .1. by e 47 1 ' 4 rs'aiinTc kINT CO.
B. T.cliabbitt's Celebrated Soap Powder.
WWASHING without labor! Warranted
tg taken. nil= out of table Rouen and osP
RAIL R OAD ABB CANA L
fIATB A BLACK. Proprietors.
Canal Basis, Preen privet. Pittsburgh.
RABBIS A LEECH,Booprietors
Fiord,.leg Depot, R. 13 ,
M I Tll h ri li lteli D 6rl BtU De'l 'ft"
No. 7.6, North r e.
T. IL PKARDB, Agent.
' No. S. Wert dreet. Nov Yeti,
ABUNDANCE OP PRIER WATER
ULLS' SARSAPARILLA.—A few doz
Comer of Wood sad Sixth atro.t.
MILLER t RICKETS() .N
Nos.= a =.Llarsty
NT-2 Mk. tor sale by
B. Y. V:uN 1110MORer t CO.
ble. purecider for sale by
o. F. VON' ItONIIORST t CO.
To the Deal' I
Kept for; :ale.
TllE Daily Gazette, d almost all our
Daily an 4" Weekly, and •• ut 100 w. ettehana.
newepapers ham Madan to Nen &Mean; Elbbera latest
Counterfeit Detector: Int by the bottlr, Ma , lead pen
cil"; patent pens and nalllr, a small ropply of letter paper
• meets. Almanac. dd tend end tatmn• fed inane
t rall oo . a IIM L' HIEVIt II'"
Agent a ' eftl. Merchant, betty, new Market . e..
For Sale or : , .
tmeSMALL Farm of 7 acres of land in
Feat Deer township, All bear county. about ge
es North of Pittsburgh. It h bout 60 sierm clop ns:4
1 proved, and under ferwe. and Ills about fbur miles Cross
I. e mai at 'Went.. There Is on It • mini hoed log
and stable, aeorother inivrorements. It will be
.1 low for each, efehanited for proven) . in Fittsburei
a LILO of the purcbma money mey be retained on it fur
o . year. For further partleulan_ploaan wall at
se7dder In Agency A Intelligence of Liberty et.
:inoingham and Rrovnur ny. ville Plank Road
_NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.—SeaIed
metvva fnm th e sixth CU the
enth asr of Jan, 1812. at the dace d. 11. MUler, In
Pooch meet, Pittsburgh, few the grading of that hurt of
raid woad. between Harmony street am' mt. Oliver, db.
tante ne mile, or thou . ..pouts,
M.'th Stniar brim, Rey.
Mandeville's Series of Readers.
rocs. Wssn. Ausome.Ctkr, t
WHEREAS the Principal of the High
Scool this Ward having orautised a class, and
exerchwd. it in the cm of SlandasiDe's series of eaders.
carefully awl diligently for some seek; anethenet et."
ewe examination Lek.. the Directors - exhibitedao extent
prOgroll and proficiency surnaming the scent sangutna
enpectuticos and green aseurance that under the system of
Prof. Slandeviiie, awed by . lubWgent teacher, a nigh.
er Jean,. of excullsocs 21.11thir I. attainable Lhasa under
toy other trot= known to the Board. 1$ Irma usual
Resolved. That the Eclectic Forks of readers now used
ha the several schools' In this dlstsict be discontinued, mad
that Professor klatadevtlies tot!, on heading and Elec.
lion be intecductd and used henecfbr”rd.
A trueroPY from the naloutea.
Jen:dim:hr. Afteet. Rtcus. Bain, Pmey.
kS I CIIMITZ'S History of Oreece.—A
ur nth 6 C i lr x m the . rsirLet i tive tledsmactkin
Thirlwall, D. D.„lshop "St Darterr. DA4 ' . Loo n iarirt
Mchmilx, Y. IL 8. E.7
The Hanlon? of Prophecy, or Scriptural Illuaratione of
the Apocalypse. By the They. Alexander Delth, D. D.
Hall.de for the Timm Gereldine. Mamie. A Thousand
Linekjuidetber Dy Farquhar Tupper.
Proverbial Philo-easily A diode= Pyrambl s and Um Po
''4lll lar i 4l, r th V.P.fr 7 17. bar
The Phi1...1 , bl of Mattiernatrue sransmosu Ingo Do
Coors de Plulomphie Positive of Auguete Comte, IBy W.
Ilarpres New York and Erie Railicsol Golds Book, roc.
tainiug • description of the Bernell, Mean, Towne, VD
loges. Mud most important Work. on th e Eked. With one
hundred end thirty.th craidnips, by Lceeina end Bereft,
inim original sketchei made expresaly for this work. By
• • •
llntlwee New HontGl7 Keszelne for Jane.
The Gold liorehlglows, or the days we live lig • tut
hietorieal novel. By the author of 'Whltefriami .
The above hook j yet need veil,and for sale b 3.4 y
It. C. STOCKTON, 47 Market et..
( just received, direct from the 1121-
Toners, woortsurnt La, Cartabm kinds.
sell low. Curtain Slaterilds rl/0611n.s of a/I
je4 NOWA. Tb . st.
WOOL TWINE—SOO lbs. for male by
Jul MURPHY t LEE.
BURLAPS -3 boles, 40 inch, for sale by
ise - MUMMY &LEE.
J O o4 L—Ctul. paid foe W ,l o u lg
NW BOOKS! KEW BOOKS!
AT HOLMES' LITERARY DEPOT, Third
street, copoeite the Poet Othcc.—
litZ ''' WatS,7l O.
iieeoera. or the Illet:r 4 7 of Portrait by an American
Th. Weir of Wast Wayland. • tale; by Nary Landon Ehrikapeare, rior. t and'a.
Talbot and Item, a novel; byj. L. hileconnell.
International Mulattos, 61 . Jane .
thuntsdrirs Adventures In Afrkis.
Maw" of Peacknols, by Thaekarey—eomplet,
The Luninette. or Studies of the Town; by L K. Land
The MothopinLarrt by Mrs. Bouthworth.
The Gold Worshipper, or the day. vs Iles I • future
hievariesl novel: by the author of - Whltefriarq
Louise ifs' r atte r s, or the Forbidden If
Ls By DIIIILMA-..NCI. Thu ; concludes
Art Jmtrual for May.
No. 38. A n
iricteris thokerkk' Papers Abnnul—br 0. W. M. FAT
The Fair Isabel, • oh novel by Eugene Bog.
Gofer, Graham end retrain for June.
Caroline of lirunesskk—No. 3.
The rintera, by Henri Cockton..
Tb. Mars of De n
• novel, by E. lo Blanchard-
The• Banker• Wife: by D. 8. Arthur.
Adventures of Pen Owen. br John Pelt. lot
Fr HE subscriber, haring made arrange
'. meat, la
i npata; ol arbtat big pre , :antat e teez
taVil lay.. MLITT= ' LK:O wtta,
!maams. Drew Trisualuga, flaadkatabtafa Pim lialtta,
Yuri:001111g (lout+. Taphya , Wonted Newer Materiata,
UtabtaLtary. Parasols. llaabla tat . T almud and Netalle ar.
tide. Aim. Ladles' Stkota.-(brat Philadel . phla make.) at
vtaatla mfiazat pm.. • Meals Lai retail.
Y. R. EATON.
A. MASON & CO. vnitild: respecte
fullr Invite th. attentkaafwet:seem to
taw very superior stock of new style Donn.; to
which tin,. are constantly ell4lna new vedettes. The above Goode will be add at very low Wens by the dose
nor single bonnet. Nes. CI and 04 Market st.
Beatimont's Patent Stara Polish. •
EOA . LE . N u T . E i
r e m Start BORIIIII, and deo !invent. cheer G~
, prevents the hem frogs
edhering to Linen Ore and preunts dust from 'heti/solo
1, and cantalto nothing injurious.
Lereetinis—Pot • okra the Wu of • pea to • quart of
'Welk when toning; bete briskly:
Price. 11K to oey Cake. Sdd wbakvale and retell by
lea 41. E. SELLERS. 07 Wood at
l icS just received, a superior article
ouaary or Dually run, for lola by
C A. IdeI.NULTY A CO
INSEED OIL-1500 galls. pure, for rale
y.oby J. SCROONMAKSB. t
ORAX-41 mule. Refined, for Irak by
J. SCIIOOJ3IIKE/1 A CO.
P BLACK-30 bbfs. ased, for sale by
J. SCItOONMAKIB. a OD.
NDIA Sc FOULARD SILKS--Jast ree'd,
widnlon..l gam./ of du.. ,ft• T cheap and dedr•
lintia and intitsudltz. The any& dad. will br
cro ed ant Ter) <taw.. a. r . 31• SON • Cd.
.12 and 4 Market st.
LACK SILK LACE—We have just reed
• mil eupplr of the' above deefroble and*. of all
g ill t
ke, fur We <leap; A. A. MABON CO..
JaA trl end 44 Market et.
VRIMPEII RIBBONS—The attention of
o pig n mv p szs i Vi7 . per r tha tvt Lte4.toA very lm=
illa ...,H clomp oat at vvry :cm vairvv.
.le3 A. 4 . . 180\ 2 CO.
DIG IRON-33 tone Allegheny, for sale by
1.3 J. • H FLOYD, Rognd Chvre..H HHILH•g.
hble. pure Cider, for sale
-- - Jr 3 J. • R. FLOYD.
- - - • -
ROOMS-150 doz. Ohio, fob mole
.14.1 J. • B. FLOYD
- 01S1.1—Mackerel, Shad, and Herring, for
1: We by 4411.1%01'D.
bbls. Roston, for solo by
J.s R. Y LOYD.
. - -
1 . ..
NERS' OIL-27 bble. Bank Oil, for
W. or 03 J. B. FLOYD.
XI OLASSES-200 bbla.S.
j 0 i ,, , [ . 0r af t ? by
IL)OTASII--30 casks pure, for sale by
2 J. &R. VLultD.
PX-4,"1100 lbs. flog Round, on consign
a3 mem. fur Jral. Or T. WOODS * SON.
01 'Water 01.
pixtki-ER-s----1-0-00 11,8 i hB.III/2YALT/11
HIDES -34 Dry. Flint, for sale by
es S. a W. LIARBAL'OLL
ACON-7 casks Sides, for sale by
8. A W. lIAROIBOII.
' bbls. NewLie&TiStzii. Mills,
est. Lass. for sale by 8.1 W. LLAREAUGH.
AC KEREL--100 bble. No. 3, (1851) for
11. ma. by 03 B. aW. HAUB/Mill.
ARD 01L-32 bbls. for sale by
141 !Law. lIARHAVOIL
LASS--•250-boxes ased sizes, for sale by
/...3 a. a W. WARBAUGII.
ACON—A few casks Hams A Shoulders,
NY bY lea 8. a w./LARBAUI3II.
Ga — llGAß-25 hints. N. 0., for &do by
& J. B. CASILELD.
FISI.I-25 bble. Lake Sup. Wl li te, 1851;
.1. B. CASITLELD.
— §TRAIVBERRIES, fresh from ,the Vines,
screed up at Ibis retreat. Alm. Cream and
n er leiuu with MI the delicacies of thorium The plain
I. now in the Gel be of Ira beauty. An emisiboe - Irma
the enmer of ilftband Market Weer. mary half hour,
and the Measlier Chieftain leave. the Pitt street Mufti
every hoar. iftinstid on Pundayj
tiPEN THIS MORNING, at MURPHY fr,
Newest styles PoPNO-s. Dials Wad drum!: -.
Pesouh lottroto sad s large atutortatent of
Nest PLAID OINOJIASIB.
Isek Silks, for Barb sod Drente; light and dark
changeable bilks, de
dws-Now Goods recololos alstowit dolly. let
)AIAGIC WATCHES, or Double Hunting
Gold Lever Ward.. nude so as to dater m both
.er with gold ear, orro allow the hi:sopa:lat ylieunire.
Very gee make. Jost melted and the sale by
W. W. W17402i.
• js2 earner !dirket gad Fount. ste.
UGAR-48 hhds. prime N. 0., for Bale by
fl ied • L. 6.WATINLM AN t BONS.
isO tut %UT, and 111 Plant street.
tA t ti prime
j.e2 L. S. W?IEILILLN !WM.
°r twist, -on
B h a ert
'ATI:MIMI a BONS.
1A ad¢nment and Ibri.v.
B UCKETS & TUBS-0 doz. Buckets;
L. a. to Tabg fokirleby
1301.1li—A few bble. prime; and a small lot
Balk Mat, tor sale
iea L.B. WhITXBAILN BEOBB.
B UTTER -4 bble. Pack;
kegs.._ fo a l ree4. the sale be
Je2 L. 8. WATILFLULN 180x8.
TOBACCO --al kegs (Gedgee) 'No. 1 Six
Twht. We b y J1)116.8 DALZELL,
• .sae is suit et.
veLOOMS-200'tons So - Tenn., for onle by
AND OIL-40 bbla. No. 1, for sale by
WICK a 312CANDLE.S.
PERM bb . ltax tra:1 7-
E 2 )ICCANDIJSS.
"ANNEES' OIL-23 bbls. for sale by
1.2 WICK d If ceINDLI4S.
O i llllBll-6 Bale
r 151.41.11-42 bbb3.ll. C., for sale by
J. k 2 WICK /kI.W.ISDLZSP.
HAMS -319 S, C. CanviLes, for snip by
WICII. A McCANDLia.
BokETS-140 doz. Beaver, for
id , wza. a *camas
1 T AR -2 bbls. geuttirietartradoes, for sale
by f.le2) -J. KIDD 2 M.
A RGOLS-2 bbl.s. for oak lly
1. Al Je-2
7. KIDD 2 CO.
POTASH--50 lbs. for sale IT
1 .14 B.& FLIPIEVYOCX 117 a
pLASTER-60 lbs. Cantharides7for sale by
je.2 B. A. FAUN %STOCK .1k CO.
WOOL BAGS-1000 new and old, for fe
v•br* jai SIVAPIIEt LEE.
POWDER SLIP. ELM-200 lbs. just rec'd
nod Jar sale Er J. KIDD k
lISTARD SEED-500 lbs. for sale by
ai Jet D. A. PAIINESTOCRt CO.
CAPE ALOES—,IOOO lbs. for sale by
fez It. /I- PAH - NI:FLOCK& CO.
_ _ _
1011ROSSIATE POTASII-500 lbs. forenle
b./ Lie2l B. A. PAILVESTOCIC & CO.
CARAWAY SEED 100 lbs. for rale by
je2 • 13.-A. FA lINESTOCA & CO.
ORPHIA-50 oz. for.sale by
RATE POTASH-50 Dm. for sale
B. A. P4llll .9TOCK A CO.
CODFISII-10 drums for sale by
J. s.DILWOR ([a CO.
CORN --500 bu. for solo by
.1.2 J. S. DZLWORTR t CO.
BARRELS -200 new Flour, for sale by
ja2 1. C. DILWORTH L
try. Meting, is ..llVor;
byo - Hier. Iv Magasitoi for sale
low br U. 21 J. S. DILWORII.I. A CO.
QAFETY FUSE-25 bbls. to arrive, for sale
Üby Dr.2l • . J. B. DILIVORTII 0 CO.
D EFIIVED SUGARS-106 bble. Clarified,
l'unlend. and Crumhetd, for ral_e_t
Je.JAMM A. I 1 CLIII3ON CO.
((Z. OLDEN SYRUP—In Ilf. bbla. and 10 gal
LP 'kegs, from the Nt. Louie Rellorly, for ml. by
let JA3ItS A. fIUTCIIIBOIS d CO.
RICE -:-20 tierces Carolina, for sale by
je2 JAMES A. lineal-90N &
11E31P-130 bales MI: D. R., for sale by
.1•2. JA)2ER A. 1117C/1180:1 a co.
14"9-1400 pigs Galena; '
SODIbr.I:I4I- A _for redo by
fr 2 JAMES A. HUTCHISON A. CO.
QUOT-65 kegs ass'd Nos., for sale by
fr 2 JA3IEtrA. HUTCHISON t CO.
Q, UDALL AND MOLASSES
° 21,Til! . P"P^r' , .° . 8 11= tYO by
JAMES A. lIITTCIIIMi CO.
A " Pm. •E. net receivlng
Er canal. and for We by JAMES TALZELL.
ES Water st.
pine Oolong Tea.
UST .RECEIVED, at No. 256 Liberty et.,
very ruperior article orOolong Tr, nblob rro bto
I. cannot be met...Hu the_elty. Those drolen_g a
bocce. delicate flavored ; but highly aromatic Black Tea.
are lasi.] to giro this.. teal.
Black Tear. of every ear . ietr, from 35e. to 111.25.
Enielrb n and latch Black Tear na ". x to re entire
tatisartion or no tale, onortantly on band and for We by
WM. A. iteCLUltel A-00.
re 2 Grocers ant Sea Dealer.
teasel's Pieraiwn Perfumery.
.TEE Ohio Mechanics' Institute, unite re,
scut exhibition; In the City of Cinennatl. awarded to
Bann. for /mom Foam sod Peril:Emmy., the 'Elkhart
'The liesserlousetta Charitable 31edmaja dmeelationat
Relate exhibition In th e City of Berton. awarded to LB.
sln. Mr &ape and Perfumery. • Silver Medal. being the
The American institute, at Be late exhibition In the City
of New I;ork,awardsd to X. Maxim for Toilet Soaps end
Perfomery. • Silver Medal, Ming the Els:beet Pemba".
Tbd Franklin 'meta.. at ler Brain,bibition In the
,City of Philadelphia, awarded to Xor Fthey Soaps
EetTurmetT, a Silver Medal. being the Iligheat
Ail the oboes amarda were Made in the month of 'Oder
Ber, 1150, and the Lam exhibitions above moo! an the
only cares at which the mind =bons of X. Baton have been
preowned Mb year.
, The subscriber le determine d to malntaln.-and. If noels
61. to enbtheo lba mutation which his estahllshment hes
wacquired during • period of more !ban thirteen yes" mod
act:ally toil to • emottnuaura of paddle Wellies".
Sumerwor to and Ammer Director of the Laboratory ef E.
RournieL 114 Chestnut street. Philadelphia
14 E. SELLERS, No. 57 Wool drawl, beinv.,
Adam for the Wired BAZIN'S (late Roomers) bum
Perfumey, In the City of Pittsburrh. has no tly a
large stock band: winch be wiliforpaly wholeaMo
s mime for mah.
L'OWLER'S PATENT FLOUR, for mak
will: be found the mast courts:dent and cheapest that can
he trod for household purports, awing:s per cent. in bat
ter end f!Og-s. and tanking tbe met superior Dread, Light
Purer, Pudding, Dams, as rah a greed PlOrillg Of tune
and trouble. The &bore is pat up in nonvenieut slued
be baolol 3"'d
turir roars and Tea - Deslrm
IRE BRICK-20,000 best fire, in store
br sal. br JAMES DALZELL,
mr2l N. 08. Water at.
SAL. SODA.--350 casks Sal Soda 'of our
p taake. for we at minced mica% Sr
BENNCIT. BERRY Om
lay3l Water .[rent'
KLEBEE has just received a choice lot
or ..prier c.re.ree. Meloloons, manufactured
,[. Caftan. hbnaelf—the ornal torentor—in N.
lock City. Mr. C. has tomb Improged upon Kw
Ind It is nownerally coneeded that be teake
the and...eons ill minty, both for elegance of
Latoen, and tone and ,tonoll. Among
O Cos ne 6 5 mita. 61elndiron, scroll feet, rosewood;
No. 101 Third atm.:alga of the Golden Harp.
, tity3o bile Amer Mr the above Inscromeata..-
RYE FLOUI--8 bbls. Cor Bale
m) O It. DALZELI. a Cb.Llbfly R 1
IiEESE-50 boxes good W. IL. for sale by
ILJ my3o DALZELL A. CO.
S UNDRIES- • .
I 2 bbla. No.l lesaa .
a Tallow: e. Urea.:
la tags Frathorx
. 21 - Ram
I - (hyaena:
1 " Flareeet
1 bbl. . .
ha. Doled Apylee
1 Poacher to orrloa and An
;ale ho ' 18A1A11 DICKEY a 00.. ~
in3J Iliater and Front ctn.
PETRE-20 bags (
v e c T . T. l:. ) v i v or sa i l i e . by
CI ALT PETRE-20 kegs (refined) sale
1.0 K. F. TFILSON.
mr s la 147 rim. essi 118 Second .1.
SPENNDM FRENCH' PAPER ILLS:G - -
Vitid.—Gold. Gold and Te Bodttet, Tapeatry and
Ornamental Frameh l'aper. of varloto. quallGes; and at
prices Woo the etrennestaneve of almost every elan* of
called ;1;1••11, for aide at the evtabliebrnent of
mTW ,, TIIONIAS I'ALSIER, OS Market at
frASIERN WALLPAPER—An extensive
_us CC. Snell:Ulan nem kind and description,
enoondlon,elr lowurK a for de by
TLIOIIAS PALMER, 55 Placket st,
- • •
(T LL PAPER, of
(m 3 -21,1 1 . MOS. ALIIt. 64' .Crkrrest.
DALZELL. Wholesale Grocer,Tom
-011 aei,teeusl For.aNlna Menrhant, and deakrin Irca,
nail, CTRS. Cotton Yarn, and FS itshornh Ilanufartalve
renernilit—Tio. to, Water et. and TS First rt. Plttsburch.
ICE TARS & REFRIGERATORS, of. extra
mquality, larcal• by .
cayllrot' SCAITE. ATKINSON °KELL
PICRY MORRIS' TEA !—Morrie Tea Mart
is In the Diamond, mood Door from Dlatanud alley.
sr to kind/ ttds.establlsludent la Como way connected
. - 1111 the storc lately °mod trot dcor by Hawor th
- - -
VOFFEL--100 bags prime Green anciFan
‘J er Rio. for sale D DILLTA3IS & QO,
turrio R. ••
D RIED BEEF, Sze.—
T loaO IM, Z:Zr d B"4.•
PUNS! POPLINS !—Just re , ceivvithis
• diitu.Y4T,'Ll7c6P7lrteill -.4l"lat32b".„.l.;e:r:ceat"sto7l,olicor.7.2mnit7
Iner .r .Ln i reer been oo , ld In 1.1113 city.
'SHAWLS.—we would solicit the at
tehhob of purchase. to our veryextend.* essori—
ment of sucerlor ;dal; and embroidered Crape Chants and
reortn fa.IXT (Sub mere, and 91Ik Shawl; allot the
newest' sod most desirable Myles, which am an militia ed
the I , ;;l. 9. lerest. prices. A. A. MAIION °O.
. t 4 aml 64 Nuked ti.
CRIMPED TARLETbNS--We have this
dafree'd 23 cartons or those very dcalnints OffMrad
Tarlatan Trlmannat. assorted oak., which „vitt tat wad
ray cheap at ratan or by-thetas. at 62 and dl Hubs% at
VINE DRESS GOODS—We have just re-
Y u octant ano th er rplealld eavattnent of bleat, brere.
look. oleo wad mods Beregeseed Moues. atlso, losile sad
Youlaal Silks, which ve of:tarty riff:L ( l7M.
OURNING GOODS—Black Bombazines,
1. Alageoa l a dabasino anlab, Cantos Cloths, Ha
rage. and Tisanes, rya d and offered at lowed pines, by
my2B AltlaPIIT t BIIIICLIFIELD.
MACKEREL-41. bble, extra, for
Dually , use, for We by IPA DiCICRY & CO.,
my:Yl Weber and Front wt.
Important to Druggists, Hardware Men,
And Store Keeper: in general. •
'PHIS in to inform the above parties that
Mr. L. 11. PHILLIPS has arrived from Philadelphia,'
haying with bin. samples of their LIQUID GLUE, for Car.
battles or aro. sloes. Alra Y lrit ' F:4ll.l . FE/LSD, •
Paling Preparative, supereeding the oat of Tessa end
making abesutiful, nutrition. , Pad, In cue Dolt less tine
than nor article out. One or too agencies wanted in Ude
Oily. Parties wishing to engage In these universal articles
ran roe mottle. at VuII.STTIPP, end at ADA.II3 . ltspiruss
Vine, Pittsburgh, Oil s der , tram 10 till Becket.
e The strove ankles for We by J. HILO & CO,
• my2l' Only Agent+ in Pittsburgh...
Curled Hair Matrassei •
tHAVE on hand a iarge stock of Matron
ot, =We out of foto Tht‘e wataltut ß s eartraze
&Of &Z N
hu' u INT SPERM CANDLES
4tbldrepatent psalotte.l :
atit mak by .
DI 71 • 256 Liberty it
'I,,RPER'S MAGAZINt,VoI.VoI 2d, boood
• :,,,a,,h. - ‘,
I.l4eil. P lll.lohot Ago, No. 367.
Pooi.* tn. Pan ota.. • JA 110 . 2 44 1 0 9-
1 0112 C AteCIUCKEN vs. JOS. D. ABELL.
0 the Dioxin. Court a Allegheny CoUtitY. Wu&
' i.e. No. =4. Apnt T. 0.18.5.1....
Aod ocne, to wit 31ay 2ltb; 1831, thy Oman appoint•P
fred B. girCelmord. F.eg, Auditor todistribuy tinegroteedg;
01 6.1, .. 1 orig lieu enallnde. _ Igrom the udeftrd.t .
tiZOßlig Pratt, Y. , ' 1
The Auditor will attend to the duties of Ms appolututent '
t bit °Moe. No . 074 rourtE atre,et.iitteburgb. ongiondel.
une . ...Id, at g o'clock. P. N. •
AIY.W.A• A. It. McCAL.IIONT. Auditor.
antra Bank of Plttabnrgb•
Por _ tea
...Item-hum' a Ida. twak Of Pitt
_bleb Prim In tonta will be paid, burg h ;
WM. 1. 11.11.1. IX.
n • t b rg h
SHARES FOR SALE on favorable
uvr tlon, by MI. A. IIILL & CO.
NDlGO—Caraccua and Manilla, on con
..trotunt, for axle by HAIKU DICKEY On.
au= Waktt aW loruset Re.
Piitetrargh Life trunuance - Company
OFFICE, NO. 7E, FOURTH STREET.
Tiessurer—JisirB 8. Urt..
—O. Ca m&
.838.888 .818erclaement 10 Mather Mil a Mb ImPB ,
- 'PARE lINDUCEL !
rut Bromtsville Cumberlusl, to Baltha+
THE MORNINGBOAT leaves the Wharf
thee. th e Badge dalr i 4t 8 tie Lek predacity. aei
at d °Week, om.cthag with the a. at Curetertnel
evadoit at /0 o'elocit..
Th. tattoo/at to Baltleare.hoere. Care oois as.
note through to Yhtlatelohtse 40 boom loft rely 81h:
lb. Coecbe "U lVote th r gta agbTraf."'
mate tba deridedlr the but route re..
Mee t J h EK ...•Vta.
__ HUMS TO CLIMWTD.::
1 8 FALILT
S N I
iUMIIHR M B1:1 421"1 141001
PITTSBURGH AND CLEVELAND:
gX.PRESS Packet and Railroad Line for
Cleveland. sedhold ton of ta7l, by Steamers ham
P p rell:Wo=tViarlai L it .l." fr %e t a r
to ilavamm and Me Fplendld nen Paa.eng. Caro of tte
Clareland and Illtabargh Co. W Cleveland.
PENNBYLSAIitA.-- ...... Itomtegt.
' Stutters lean thetr oppoorte the Monongahela
Howe, et 9 .eekek. A... 11.. mynne.... with the Packets et
ilearer,-whlsh .111 leave Immedhstely Om whet of the
teamer. anteing at Ravenna In time forth. know/testa
cf Can tor Cleveland. Pamenpre by this Lae antes at.
etweeland boll.. to take the aallroed Lbws of Steamer.
for MATO LO and DETROIT, ad the strutters for Cbles:
go..llllwenbla Toledo. 9sadruky City, Dunkirk an 4 Ittim
g bu tor etening mein Lot ears tar Ottambau Xe end
PA31)18 it CO., Popietors,.
• W. R. 3100/111E6D,
• • Inlke cco.la Nt. Chula, note%
• G. H. ILLBSON,
Moo wader Hwang - 41.1a lions%
J. A. CAUGELir.
anter a slammed um Water
tlEael. 1851. - IE4
UNION -LINE •
ih ' this Pennsylvania and Ohio Canals. •
CLARK H PARKS At
CHAMBERLIN. CRAWFORD A - 0,),..-Crtaskatat, 0.
T.. well known Line is now prepared to
Weirton Wag and paezeaser. tow PITMIURIMI
C dell ' H Z 4f teat' aos
P ?"' th°c "in' in ' d uk "` — __Aosi•
itr, sad eapertty of Beaks, eititionte of
. IM;ntett: ' ama
&soy of Azents,
One Boatleavrt Pittobarkb and Cltrtelind dW,.tua olnc
in ...Woo with a and rtes.:boat. bantam PITS.
BOUGH sad BEAVE [doe of Etat elasastassokaste
(pkopellrt art reoferte) m Ute Lake.
. PooWarren. werty. 04
• B. lor 04
• A. a. N. Cark.'Neerlost Fat. 0:
C. Prartba Rayatrt. 0, . .
Brayton tCo., Itamna, 0;
• Haat, Orttutal k Ca, Frenklia.
0 4 1
Waller Eger . ' C A V=2 1 1)74 0 •
Ileoutorate Part_ ' bone ettedusk7 CRT, 04
• Reekhart At Seat, Tole do. o_,
O. WlWarts ASo...D.rtnat.
- Donsertan Ellerankle, Wia.;
Oen. N. Gibbs !Co.. Chlotio, 1114 is
Thomas 1101Af i lit i teaf . o 6 z Ionxy,
001 rte. Water and StolUtfald rte, Prtkeartelk.
Brandies, Wines. &c. '
AVING completed arrangements with
/Lames in Itordraws mad other European Q be
e execution of ray calms, tam tbm enabled to otter to
Dealers. at 011=11 advance our. importatkm met, WWI
PIES, W !NM. and 1.100008, of ea Snag description,
from ander matelot Amu twat, Vdmirect. •
'Attentkm Ic Melted to my ilat, as below: • • -
111/ pock.... BOIXICIMM u
affi kt ebelle Brandika. M-
Thar casks po and brown S her r i wnidini
Cl medtuiu octal
81 or. eats Madeiraa, mem' made..
° Port Wlrwm, pad rem old and Imperior. -
6 6 0 Malmtr SPeMlt ChamPagne, well known mania
600 boxes Claret Wilma rano= brands mad vintages.
100 mass Sauterne mad Harem, rintages /646-7. •
46 make Sauterne and Claret WinsL
26 PIP. Old liolland mud Schnydato Oln. • . •
10 puncheons Old Scotch and Irirb Whiskey.
superior old Jarrtalea Bum.
00 cub inmartor Landon Brown smut and &mesh Ala .'
With a constant .apply of Imparted
L s k , mors, net AUnths; blarachino Am:deaths, C 1..,, Dn.drslAastock a
of HAVANA Ara IRS always ost band.
All of aka I will CtreT 012.,17 Insurable term,. •
Orders will br,excented with darpatcb,and goods sidlmsd
at kmast Was. A. IL McCALLA.
. _lmporter and Dealer, 30 Walnut Am.%
ALES-320 whole and half hbla:
warnattest ft i 4;rl:ll.llt i r to l i taft dryad AT ,
WINDOW GLASS--2000 boxes for =lobs,
V ataZtlt ROBERTSON f BEEPS/EL
LA.IID OIL-20 bble. No. I, for sale low to
cam ecatalramea4 at the Ratty of
IL N. WICIIIMSTIAM.
ernmer Wood mnd Sixth sta.
BACON HOG ROUND-6000lbs. BlICOil
ams, Sklea, and Shoulder., evade by
card/ H W. lIAHHALIOH.
BLED BEEF--. 3000 lb& for sale byy
.ouzl H. J. W. ILLII.BAUDEL
UGAR-60 hbds...br. sale b$
smr29 • 8. g 114.811 AIMIL
OFFEB-10 bap for sale by
& w. lILEBAUGI El
1010TATOES-200 bu. prime Red, for sale
.1. by D. WOODS k SON,
e ,i HEAP BONNET RIBBONS-A. A. MA
me Oa_ are boy opening a lame lot of bearded
rty aping Ribbons, as 12% cents par yard. Them ewes
"are unsurpaaeol for theapners, as they are wall worth
mt. Non at and 04 Ilarteltr rani
.1- EN, IIOOIES I—.A: large aupgy of , Mc.
Moto.* A Crocks' ()Maud !Ata Worts. -
_oho Family Rotdrooot, or tb. Athontureo.ot • Puha.
.ad Mother and four how, . a desert bloat .0.1., Itow..
Aho. Not 1. r. 3. awl 4; of Mihturo Lohtkrtt Mbar =4
laudoa Poor. . .
Jug, reel ... throolo by• i R. lIOPBI3II, •
m3lO 78 Apoflo Bo dingo. Fourth a.
C'SOAP - 1 151 .
h boag' for sal: t7:7
BLUE VITRIOL-2000 lbs. foe sale by
-. 8. ,L FA IMMO= UM
- - -
ATIIIBRICK-1000 English, for ash by
11 ray= . B. A. rAm - rsrocit too.
ELROME YELLOW-20 cases Baltimore,
myal B. A. FA/DiESTOCX ea
oonitel... l / 4 1 1 7413T5MM1149
LII3I-50 bbls. for sale byy
la . rAt B. A. FAiI t rJCBt CO.
VINDSOR SOAP-50 boxes llTdes, for
=ale by [ixtral B. A. rAIetESTOCk 200.
I I I
/ l..e.r/3-K ltoas Aw ,
_ _ .
B ACON -43,000 lbs. Shoulders;
szr23 RDIIL,ON, LLIrrLB Ik CO.
RIED BEEF-2000 lbs. for sale by
tor.s coctsoN, tuna k co.
OLASSES-200 bbla. N. 0., for sale by
IYI 0ar..1 ItOBISON, LITILS • CO.
D RIED FRUIT-550 bu. Peaches;
mYRII " for Ws by
• ROBISON. urri..& &
'INAN.NERS' 011.—W bbls. fnr sale by
mtZ . HOBIBON: um** co.
N91.L8-400 kegs for sale by
mr23 BOBISON.IITITE t CO.
B ROOMS -50 doz. common to beat
at72l 80 . ••• a i tylfra prriVet
COFFEE -150 bye Rio; •
'l-1 'BIER 1717111 co.
pro.l!r*.i i ,;2 ; to o tolls Ae n n's veek .
Biatr,Zgrk. f ree,
..; 235 Liberty
S VNl)RiE tbaesprizi.Nelrhee.q .
c 0 Dbl. : N0...1 Baitte.n.
mrsoC a ' x ' ) .`.ll3l7riVirrral per
• NOTICE TO . CQNMACTOBS:'
§KILLED . PROPOSALS will be received_ by
the andenianed. at ftv. Ocramvs. Alo, until the 15th
. of .j,,,,„,. dam. rnethearmlnarlon and eanatreak.Sher
el offing furnishing all material)) of the .. .St lawman Irma
..lkentfoin and PYrot Aftob"Picak Rod," bun at, °amnia*
shoot 60 males to the Iron lIOURUILIAZgI Pilot Knob...
Pm:Totals will be received either (1.d.) by us .. :_zi ; Yea
ast wort and matarialktoannelata road: or
MaT. ,( . ll ' , e , Ziredr.ta4 l t3r4rde r Zalth.
finlakdag road; et h l i al.
i tar rank eared artn laid tato
‘ .° 1 * ,,,,a,V arudifalny aningeigniard' enl,......verta of b 7
fen aliara Oflll' ( Ofb.) toff 011ObOtO7 alai
The 'week •111 Im divided hsto Bectionet 4 nellaii
in length, and' let ly or together_ .' Itftem railed of the
.ad to be. etarieleted the led of Deoamber.l63l. amid
Wham by the lat of 1. er.1662. or am much aommr
Le It. contrao may
road genetally with white oak: illtelatt therenalirksbillibl!
dam* on the mate. The daialla of rout.. and sytdiltin:eam
Of Mt= of building, will be zoo as: azassatearsers
en 04 aster uu. at day at Ante next. either at an Chow
vire or at Qs Meant 41211 O• P.llirkwood, Engineer of the
Paella Railroad. at. lend; Mo. ,
asyzraaattriste 7 IVO. ZOZIZII. Yrealdant.
liaplemeate. •' -
LIIANE JUST -,reeeived Iriromihe East th•
kak.ing , bmpletnents. all at the bet matt
the mist ?Scent 111.21dopS, / tigtlTlS
ragmen to call and exanthis my *tack. I
Mchin., tor corn, beans, Met, tartainh
Aram Utll mr wheat, 17., •
_Corn Stiller, lin harm and band sower. •
litraw mad Own talk Cutting Rama
l'ot.. cad Con Chem Ailtery
Caststeel limbs and Orme Nythee. and
Mutant two, three sad tar Fruity
IDSMAlrartaied trom the heel Materials. and An Ws
at the twits: alitt bawl Store or '
M,,27 . ct4ber of Wood and SUM atinieta.
VIIIDO. 6O O
gross, (u Tor t y superior
.bt;!E• tha •• . 00 wood ar
"J R . 930 Re. erßs rye lour.
60 bbblebt prim. 2:66155/5666.1.
50' ^ Lquirritte
100 " 11+611)-s....
OE6 tor nal* On
FRESH TOMATOES; hermetically sealed,
,etwoim penntly., the il miandirrabneesof the
, scu pale ty . .11.11 , CLU}LU Co.
m 7.7 ' . • . linvers.sl.4 TO Dalai..
DBEEF.—Evann & Sujar
cm " l 2. ` 4 " 4.1
• LAI /041.7