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Drsoneraty;CienreT.—Alderman Steels yeir
tardsy Cenamified . s man hamed*.ihmey'Atinc&
*ld to Olean, on a charm:4' dlsorlerly =lndust
Be la the i,enan whom to noticed yesterday ss
having talf,en his little child sysiifrom • family
with !hem it had, been spprentietd, m a d locked
It up -without food, s- cupboard house in
Irwin street, for many items
Accmcre—LA young: snai -named Ckaiettan
Snyder, who worielti : tha4delseg, Town et the
Aziehor Cotton Faetort:lib Allegheny, was yes-
Airday snorting twlthrtifthalkeldng, and Teti
unwthlnkreitt. Eftilayqweenialge until the atter=
mien; And hie injdrietwffeiitroxwed to be inter
nal, as, with the eic,ioO4Wifirw broises, hit
body le apparel:llj aninfitred..' - ,
PSIE.JA• wslrof Obnerthe buildings on Wy
lie street, recently destroyed by Are, telrdolm
on Monday: eiening, several persons who
were'psesing,:were pieced in considerable dan
ger, lhougb artenstelyno one was injnre4,. •
Ituaordtaw.-;-TbO boot andahoe stow of Thom
as Hose, la Diamond Alley, woo =Mewl by some
barglar oa 'Monday night, anktal. toisiber of
;air' a of hoots sad shoes Atoka.
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Ds's : raceme Figs.— tiro broke ,
out an the
tables' ef,the GOod Into
t Stage Company., at
' lintontswn, on Monday idght,,which were coxe
d, platalvdOtroyed together :with forty head - of
hcases;'.., , and aererld 'coaches. The flames
.. ,- ..cominneleated to an exteneire coach factory ad
. joining-WM& was bunted to the ground.
• . .
Vitlentcr:-.416 jury in the rase or the Coni
tnonirealtti Te.• - Dreamt's, Indicted for
obtainin hoiee under false pretmcea, came in
to court yesterday with a Tertliet of ' , not goaty, , '
defendant to pay the .costs. : •
col:rar OF QIIARTIBI3I2IBIOIB.
TotsDAT J 13310 /ti
Before: the Hon. Wm. B. McClure, President
Jo*, and William Boggs, Associate Judge;
Commonttealtim. Courml Gnmer---Indictmeit
The defendant was aworkman, in the emploi
ment of Illessre:Seger and M'Clumg, Glass Man
nfactniers, 13irminghate, and is charged - with
haring ;mien glass ware from them, to a consid
erable - amount. 'Flanagan for Commonwealth
The jury retired, and the ease otthe Common- -
Isaiah TO. James Blair—lndictment; assault and
battei7 on oath of John Whit:Men, was taken up.
Washington for Commonsiellth; Foster for de-7
Commonwealth vs. William Jones, indicted
for a nuisance, committed ln'keeping a number
of ferecious boll dogs.. Several witnesses testi•
tied that the defendant keeps a somber of fuel
Glom" dogs, whicli.oro trained for fighting, and
hare' become a:great annoyance to the neighbor.
hood. The dogslwould. some .tinies'go into the
houses in the vicinity of, that in which their
boaster lived, aid take the' food prepared for the
Unit' et the household.. They,were afraid to
drive there; out; because they frequently. bit Fert
ile Sometimes the • most - ferocious r dog was
On the part of the defence, several witnesses
were called, who testified that the dogs were rot
kept for the purpose of fighting, and that they
never 'annoyed the neighbors. .
The Jury after a that obsence, returned a
• Commonwealth to. James Carter, indictment
assault, and battery.. - The defendant is charged '
byfitottliob leingbine; with tbirowing„water from
• hose upon him, itereby completely...wetting his
clothed? The dory reterned.a verdict of guilty:,
and the defendant was sentenced to pay fine of
six ands foirth - cents And costs of prosaMition.
CoMmOnweslth John. Skies, information
surety.of the Peace, on oath of Seely.
The defendant was sentenced to give accurity
the sum of One htmdred dollars, =editions for
his keeping the peace. ' . •
The juries in'tha cases tried during the morn
, ing,.either did notsgree, or hate not rendered
anyverdicC . . _ . . •
. . .
Annual meeting of Corporat ion..
Oamotion ofiV.:lifoterailesa, Jon D. life Cord
celled to the Chsiisiol.j. Carothers appointed
The Balanai Shoot' alibiing the condition of
the Corporation up to the first of June, 1861, u
made up by John Fleming from the Books of
Boperiaterulent . end Treasurer, was presented
=diced by Thomas M. Howe, President... The
nme we% accepted and ordered to
be entered neon the titinutec . .. -
The Corporators then proceeded to the election
of a Boud OU3lanagers for the ensuing year,
'rhea the follining persons version:n:lM be duly
aleetoded*--t-Thea ht: Howe; President; Messrs.
Mad, J. 11. - - 'Bhoenbergher, 'Jae. B.' 'Suer,
Waon .B.rucindless,;;J., Carothers and" J. 8..
Motion of liF. , ,MeCtindliree, John Mown,
Jr. was muurimonsly eleciod 'a Corporator in
phi= of John Finney,
The Colic:Tatars then. proceeded to the OM
ton ot'a Secretary and Tressurer,.. when it ap•
peered that John Bissell, Jr. was mucalMouily '
;01;-Moilon 'ot ; Captain Beer, it nee wriani
.r.solred, That the Propriety of changing the
corporate name of the Cemeteay bereferred to
the Board of Managers, with power to act if
Ca motion, -
Resolved, That the proceedings of tlds meet
hag be published" in the 'evert} papdrs. •
T. CAROTREW3, See'y. •
,Cosasot Couscm.--Tha Common Council of
the city of Allegheny met on last Tlaunday sinn
ing, for the purpose of attending tounfinished
Present; limers.Bagaley, Craig. Eggers, Gol
d, Oilsen, Logan, Patterson, Parke, Rely, Rid
dle, Ranter, Sehwartz, Smith, Walker, Wicker
sham,' and Boyd, President. :
The minutes of last meeting were read and
A petition was presented by Mr. Wickersham,
gm citizens in the First Ward living Cu Ridge
street, praying ,Counclis to ordiu seldom:et-to
be opened forthwith. - . ,
Whining reminders was adopted by the
Yeas—Bagaley, Gullet, Logan, Pattemon,
Ray, Smith. Wickersham, and Boyd-8. -
Nays—Craig, Egger, Gilson, Riddle,2lanter,
Radvedellist tbe Street Gumaissioner be
Instructed;to cause Ridge street to be opened
forthwith, so sm to be passable for carriages and
other vehicles. • Concurred in by S. C.
A politic:a from G. Lightbill and Wm. DU
wortk midst to have Rebecca streetwidened to
slaty feet in es certain part thereof.
Bewsked, Mot the Street Co -....maisdeper be
intruded to - have:BANN:es street opera in ao-
COthreit with the plan proposed, and any past
action of the ; Councils conflieting wit& dila Plan
proposed be and is hereby repealed: provided
the consent'of the property holders on that part 1
of the street be first obtained: Adopted, Con-
A petition from Ur. Wm. E. Cowell, asking.
Comae to grant fewer to the Commitee on En
&nes to confer with Mar in relation to the Pm
chase of the lim. Pain Engine: Referred to
Ccmmitteo on Engines, with instructione to con
fer and repeal. SO Councils. Concurred in by
B.C. I -
A petition, eigrod by some thirty Persons who
have formed a fine company in the Third Wari4
asking. Councils to grant them douse of the 'On
cis Sam engine end reel. 'Referred to Commit
1 tee onllnglnes, andecominviid in by 8.0.
A petition from eitinnaßriag onlgorth Canal,
between South Common and Federal street, to
have the wester piper laid In said send. /te
lt:red to tree en Water, with instructions
to report at next meeting. Concurred in by
, The report of the Water Committees was read
and awarded,- - and the following resolutions
were adopted and commined in by S.C.
Resolved, That the Mayor be authorized to
draw his warrant In favor of the following ler
eons for:the sans ed opposite their namen
Poedley & Edwin, for a dee, ' $l4 25
31111. A. Risecidnum, for lead, .. 810 40
sValtotine Fell, for coal dell,eredpriorto
the Ist of April, ' i 221 El
Benj. Patterson onancount, coal contrziet, 281 00
Ferdinand Borshort, • Si 73
John Rake, lebmer,, 27 00
Wm. Tyler , .• - ~ , 2 , 7 , 00
Samuel iftilip 27 00
Wm. hiallen watch at btu* , - . , 27.12
'Melt & OW, fertdes, . •. . - .823 00
James Ray. finpaintennent, to pay for
.laying pipe, he, to be itooountW for
through Go Committee., . BMI II
Beedvel, ,That the Committee on Water are
hereby instructed to issue proposals foe 2,000 - ft
d 8 /no& or. end 700 feet of 8 inch pipe, to be
Lad o n yeoman street, from Federal to Beam
and Ohio Lane, Trona present terminus to Bags
hes Lane, and on Bagdey's Lane frnm. Ohio
Lane to Water. Lane. . i, .
Resolved, Thee the , Clods of Councils retzirn
oil bills relating to the water debt to the Clerk
of Water Committee, and that they reedier seg
nutty in a book to be kept far that VIUP6IIII tn .
Lb. water ewe, all warrants authorized to be
driven for mid tocounts. ,
A report from the Committee on Smells was
trod and accepted, and the following resolutions
A ~,,,,,, adopted concurred in by S. C.
Boessived, t, the i Foote rt,,s holders on Ise. ,
bells Coial o in First Wardipero p oin d o d o i,
T l ke
IL, to du up ',au Court to the grade established
by Ccrunak and.for that purpose they may tike
material: firma sdyysrt; of the Seminary,-pitr
chase; above the gralo fixed for the said proper
Resolved, That-the Street Commissioner be
and is hereby instructed and required to take
Immediate mamma Under the direitions of
the City Solicitor Wince the buildings erected
opon Liberty str eet removed, and the aide walks
fdled ay,. BO as tO remove the nuisance now re
maining on add street.
Mr. Oldlett offered the following, which was
'adopted, and concurred by S. C. '
Resolved, That-the . property holders be per
mitted to have Jefferson street, from Beaver to
Federal streets, brought to the proper grade.
Mr. Login offered the following, which was
adopted and concurred In by S. C.
Resolved, That the Committee on City Prop
erty confer with .the Okio and Pennsylvania
Railroad Company in regard to the bridge now
being erected by the &Mina Company on Ohio
street, and that they require it to be of each
width an will accommodate foot peasengers, and
:that the 'approaches be made in &direct line with
On motion of Mr. Wickeraham,
Rewired,. That the resolution passed at the
last meeting requiring Council to adjourn at 10
o'clock, P. IL, be rescinded for this evening.
A petition' from citizeds living on East Lane,
praying Caimans to repair gain Lane between
Carpenters Alley and Bank Lane. Referred to
Committee an streets- Con'd in 8. C.
The following-resolution by Mr. Smith was
adopted' andeoncurrecl in by S. C.
Roolved—That• the Committee on Streets be
'instructed to report on the expediency of making
an opening in the sewer in Isabella court, for the
purpose of letting off such enrolee water as
comes from the, streets above Rebecca street ;
providedthe same may be demo at the expense of
the property holden , .
A petition from citizens of the 8d Want pray
ing Councili to have the water pipes Italia Long
Alley. get to Com. on Water. Concurred in in
by S. C.
The petition of G. Gerst 3d Ward. in relation
to the Gutters in hie neighborhoodotas referred
to Commlitee on Streets. Concurred in by the
Petition of Neel and Muller, praying Councils
to have their proceedings printed in the German
Language. Ref. •to Com. on Printing. Con'd
The Meyer was authorised to draw his warrant
in favor of Jae. Criswell, for number plates for
carts, drays, wagons, etc, amounting to $.33.
Con. in 8. C.
The bill of A. Lemont for sundries VW refer
ed to Com. on claims and accounts, con. in by
The bill of Victor Scribe was ref. to Com. on
printing: con. in by S. C.
An Ordinance was adopted and con. in by 9 C.,
'authorising the grading,of Carpenter alley from
East Lane to Chestnut Cl.
. : On motion the Council adjourned.
ILTDIMD ET MO o'BiLux =LUDLAM! LOU
'AND =Rowan yost tax prrrsnraae warp.
LIZIVAL OF MEM 13triMBHIP
TIC= DAYS Adrift MON itlitOPZ.
HAISFAX. Trizosarm Clines. 1
.1 Tuesday, June 10, 8
The Steamer America, arrived h at 8 o'-
clock, P. M. She brings 61 passengers, and
dates from Liverpool to the 81st ultimo.
leititer the propeller lafayette nor City of
_Cflaeipsw had. arrived at Liverpool when the
dMserica cm the 81st. I
LIVERPOOL - MARKET.
Isviaroot, May 30..
Cotton-:The market closed firm on Friday at
the rates current on the 27th, for alldeicriptions.
Fair Upland was quoted at 4/c, Mob9e 6e, and
Neer Orleans 6ie. The sales of the week amount
t 0 161,000, of which 5000 were taken on specula
tion,-and 9000 for export.
drain—. Wheat is more in request Corn has
slightly declined. -
Flour—The market is less active.
Previsions—Beef is in moderate demand.—
Perk is sparingly dealt in, owing to the high
rate* demanded—bacon is more; actite.,Hamsl
are dull. Shoulders are much sought after,.
with large sales at full rates, Of course the mar- '
Yet is cleared of . dock.
- Tallow—Prices are 641 higher,
Groceries—Sugar he's declined, ..Sala of 2000 ,
packages tea, with all fealty, on the 30th, at a de
cline of Id lb- Rice is in fair, demand, with
sales of Carolina at 185618.8 34 yl owt.
0..44—5a1a of. Pots at 278 641, and of pearls.
. Naval Stores—F.4min is saleable it 3s Id, and
turpentine at is 64.1. •
Metals—The market is dull. Iron is confined
to retail sales only.
Tobacco—The market is quiet, with no :change.
Freights are stationary, and rather dell. Per
'engem are tolerably plenty, and rates are
Moen Idasszer—The market is active. Con
sols-are quoted at 9716971. for money. United
Statea 1862, 10501106 d 0.1863, 107; do.
1867'and 1868. 11201L3; New Tork fives, 1858
andB6o, 95096; Maasachusetts fives, 1968,
'106(107; Pennsylvania. sizes 821683 ; Ohib
liteas, 1870 and 1875, 105; Mar yland fires,' 90
Trade is still dull In the manufacturing dia
trios -, .
HATHry May 28:
Cotton—Sales during the week amount to
moo lulu, and the stock on band amounts to
16,000 bales. Ten ebips are expected to as-
TIM debits in Parliament on the daily motion
relatize to the Ceylon question, terminated in a
msjonty of 80 for the ministry. That being the
last motion of Importance on the books, the Hue
sell Enlister are safe durthg the remainder of
The debate on the Rumen Title Dill was pro
gressing on the erening of the 27th.
The Protectionists held s meeting at Tam
worth; the residence of the - late Sir Hobert Peel.
The people rose and dispersed the meeting.
Several persons were Injured. Finally, the mili
tary were ordered out to quell the riot.
The crops are promising, - and emigration as
brisk as in the spring.
- Continental and Peninsular news is un
• - Basnssoas, Jima 10.
The Mayor of this pity communicated to the
Comas, yesterday, the Diet that Colonel Henry
8. Sanderson, late oily collector, Is a defaulter
to s lorge amount. The matter is under consid
eration to day;' and the factselidtel SO far, indi
cate that 31r. Sanderson Is innocent of. any
criMbiality; and he has given up all his proper.
ty to his =sties. He crannied his books, and
the reiteiving of moneys entirely to his principal
clerk, Philip A. Eggerton, his son-in-lovr, whose
books) in far as they have been examined, show
...deficiency of 16,000. The entire defalcation
Mayresch $60,000. It will_ requireeeveral days
folly to investigate the amounts.
ITEMS PROM THE CAPITOL.
WAgaINGTON, JOAO 10.
G. G. .A. 'Nesbitt Ens been appointed Pout
Master at lifse:oo, Georgia.
'John a Hunter of Georgia, has been appoint
ad-Parser in the Navy, vice Green, resigned.
Theodore IT. Riley has been recognised as
Consul of thoßepubllo of Chili, for New York.
Captain 'Thomas G. Lee, principal assistant of
the Bureau of Topographical Engineers, bas
obtained leave of absence, with permission to
NEW YORK LEOISLATITRX—SPECIAL
- . SESSION.
ALBANY, JUDO 10.
Both Hennes of the Legleleture met to day at
12, o'clock, and immediately after organising
v. Banc teat. in Wife:maga, which occupies
'about two newspaper colcunns all devoted to
matters which hare been the principal cause of
the special session. It speaks of the sudden
- adjournment of the last session of the Legisla
tares sad thinks that the people plainly showed
by their course bithseapecial election, that they
areinlavor - orthn.esnal enhargenient.
Batnnoas, Jane 10.
me mil in through, with New Orleans dates
to the ad inst. ' There were 18 cholera eases at
New olio= daring the week ending on the 81st
A. C. Pressty is aboutissaing.a.daily paper in
Charleston, (Sr C.,) in furor Of a Southern Con
federacy, but against secession, on the part of
Bottth Wane. The News state that these are
the sentiments of: a large majority of the
Pinisnmouis, June, 10.
The Pennsylvania anniveesark of the founding
of the Pennsy Ilospital,lnui celebrated to,
slip by an elegant oration froni . Dr. Geo. Wood,
at the Musical Fund Ball.
Esther Mather! airkred liere this morning.
New °access, Tune A.
A ferry befit traret her boilers while crossing
the liver to Gretna.. A negro pilot woo killed,
sad west* others nriesieg,
The stesiatr Wihfleld Beat, from' New York,
is below. • 1
id,EXTENBr,VE. 0 u s i . Jnzie
A well kaolin cotton buyer In this market
tmddenly disappeared, o detatdteeto the Minot
about $40,000. The loss falls, principally upon
three large cotton houses.
rIIMUMPHLI, Jane 10
Flour—The Market is dull, with sales of 2000
bbis common grades at $4,181, and 1000 bbls
extra at $6,62¢04,87 labbL
Bye Flour and Corn Meal—Salm of rye flour
at $3,87i, and of corn meal at $2,76 7E2
Grain—Wheat to steady, with sales .of 6000
bushels afloat at 102 ®lo2i for prime white, and
97 for red. , Sales of 8000 bushele yellow corn at
Provisions are dull, and prices nominal.
Beimmoas, June 10
Beef.-Cattle-The offerings at the scales were
500 head,*4.Bo of which were sold at '582,250
$4 on the hoof, equal to $6,50051,76 nett.
NEW YORK MARKET.
lisw Yost., Jane 10.
Cotton.—The market is steady, - with a fair dei
mud, at yesterdays rates.
Plour—There is, moderate demand for export.
with sales this forenoon of 6000 bris at last quo
Corn Meal—The market is dullard drooping,
but without change.
Grain—Wheat is In moderate demand, and
prices are nominal. Corn is dull, with sales
18,000 bushels at 88®66} for western mimed,
and 590591. for northern yellow.
Provisions:-Tork and Beef are dull, but with
out change. Cut meats are selling at.loBe for
hams and 61 for shoulders. Lard is unchang
Stocks—The market Is inactive. We quote
Morris Canal at 16i; United States Ores, 185 S at
100}; Reading 641: Indiana 991; Exchange Is
fan at 1071@i0f. Francs are rathm , easier.
B<LXOII2, Juno 10.
Everything is quiet, and busines generally ,
Flour-=Limited sales at $4,12104,18 1,1 ,
Corn Meal—Sales transpired at $2,81 '?bbl.
Rye Floor—Sales at V.,60 transpired-at
Grain—The market is quiet, with no marked
change in prices. •
Provisionstiewitiens pork is selling at $l6
? bbl. - Barn shoulders are selling at TilgilltBc.
Sides at 9g9}, and hams at 91®110 ? lb.
Lard in bblais selling at 9/010a and in kegs at
1010110 ? lb.
broceries—The market is quiet. Sales Rio
coffee at S}@,9l 12 lb. Sugar and molasses
Whiskey—Sales at 22®23e per gallon. •
Wool—The market is dull at 19 cal for an
Tobacco—The market is k doll but =clang-
Fetabers--Bsles st 34®36c
Ciseauxii, Jane 10.
Flour—The market le unchanged. The re
colpts and the demand continue about equal.
Whiskey—Prices. hare advanced to 18c 11
• Picriaions—Nothing of consequence is do
Groceries—There Is rather more inquiry for
sugar at s}®6l lb. Other articles std un-
NEW ORLP 4WS MARKET.
New Oskrans, Jane 9.
Cotton—The market is doll and nothing doing.
Flour—There is only &retail demand at S 3 62
es 75 per bbL
. Corn. The market is unchanged.
Provisions—There is only a retail business in
pork, at $l5 50. for mess; Bacon is quiet, with
ales of ribbed sides at Bt, and of shoulders " at
6in per lb. Lard is without sale.
Groceries—Sugar nad =dames are without,
Tobacco is heavy. ,
nays BY THE PiCIYIC.
Nor roar, June 7
The Collins steamer Pacific arrived at har
wharf to day at 12 o'clock, making the passage
in precisely ten . days. This makes the third
voyage in which she has beaten all her otempeti
Me are indebted to Mr..Wardrop. Praiser.
fortaa London and Liverpool papers'. 2s.
The Cotton 3Larket remains steady. .
The political news is generally of little Im
portance. . .
..The Niagara arrived out on the 28th, after a
passage of twelve days. ,
hi Parliament there is a tacit understanding
between the two great parties that the Pepsi
Aggression bill 420 not be made a battle grotmei
of political strifes. The Government carry the
House by enormous majorities upon all questions
relating to the subject.
, Mr. Cobden had given notice of-his aim — nal
motion for the settlement of international dis
putes by arbitration. The Ceylon question had
come up and the debate was proceeding. lt in
volves a vote of censure upon the Govern- •
The Great Exhibition was opened on Monday
the 21'tb, at ls. The thong was immense yet
the bantling was not overcrowded. On the sec
ond day, 28,400 had paid for admission up to
- -Her Ilajarty has purchased at the Exposition.
a tiara at sapphires of great luster and size, and
a broach, consisting of two enormous rubies,
sot around' with diamonds, by Lemonnierer, of
Lodi Franklin's ship, the Prince Albert has
The Legitimists have determined to demand a
total revision of the Constitution. A petition
was to be presented on the 28th ult. by the Dec
de Broglie,lsupported by many favorable to the
re-election of Louis Bonaparte,
,The debate on theta] for organising the ha_
Octsrd was of the most tumultuous and
stormy character.' After the rejection of amend
ments, some in.* liberal, and 'others in a con
trary Saute; the home • adopted the fast seven
clauses of the bUI, bytehich this force, which to
limited to citizens is easy einem:sew:ices, le pla
ted ander the authority of the government and
its officers.nnd then adjourned.
ADijonjoarnal statetrthat the .signatures to
petitions, for revision in, the department of the
Cote d'Or already amount to tidy thousand.
One hundred and fifty Ilona rien Refugees
have left Havre for New York. .
Letters received in . Paris from. Lisbon, dated
hilyl4, announced that the Duke of Bab:laths
had written to the English_ Minister at ;Lisbon,
declaring that his intention wan to maintain the
constitutional throne. of Donna Maria, and de
nying in the strotigest terms, that he Tithed to
force the Queen to abdicate.
. The Duke of Baldanha, and about 3000 of his
'regenerating' army 'strived at Lisbon on the
150, in eixtratorports: Their reception wu th e
in the extreme, nor did any disturb
ance. worth recording occur to diminish his
Grans'e gratification upon the occasion. The
dsy leas not a regular holiday; but the people
of Lisbon made It one; and kept up their viva.
until past midnight'
The Queen and King came in for a very small
share of attention; In fact, not a single viva was
given to them during the day, except by the Duke
of Baldanha himself,' after be had landed and'
`formed his troops in the great subsire ,and by ,
- few soldiers at the theatre, where their Majesties
appeared at night,' in their private box, for the
flint time since the fall of. Count Thomas's cabi
net. NO kind of notice WWI token of their arri
val beyond th e strict demands' of customary , et
iquette; i.. t., the gentlemen hi the pit took off
their hats and eat down to allow the opera,to
commence, which "it usually does upon that:.
Majesties' appearance in the box.
A minute had barely elapsed, however, whe.o
the Duke and a part of his at aff entered the bor.
nattallyeecupled by the Ministry, and the whole '
hoist. rose with - hearty and prolonged oedema
done of , liurrah for the Duke of BaldanahP—
Tor-thereharter reformed P— , Aitti for the 'ra
ge:sainting army , before stated, these
werethe 'general vino of the diy—that In favor
of the Duke being far themost prevent; in'fact
little elm; was heard daring the day.
The following ministry has been appointed :
President of the Council, Minister of the Interi
or, ad latrine. of War, the Duke of Baldanha;
Foreignliffaire and Marine, the Baron da`Daz;
Mance-and' Jnetlce, tho Counsellor Fran
pal Guar d s
Pnincos,-Cemmandant of the Mimic!-
. pal Guards, vice Ilan Carlos de Mascarenhos
Count Sobral, Civil . Governor of the Lisbon die
.triet; Duke of Baldanha, Commander in Chief of
Army; end Colonel Don Miguel Elmo:nee. Bub-
Chief of the . Staff, •
Dkers from Rome of May 17th state that the
Papal Cloverrommtbas published a deems an.
nouncing that summary punishment shall be In
dicted on every person. 'endeseoriag to prevent ,
another smoking of asing-tobsoco.
letters from Nice,-• In Vedment state that
ceosiderable agitation prervells both In tltat town
and at Genoa.- At Nice a meeting was 'held in
the Chamber of Commerce, at Which sk Pretest
drawn up in the moat revolutionary language,
wa adopted, threannumg to declare themselves
ludePehdent incase certain:lliad regulations de-
I creed by the lieamontese Government should be
enforced. At Genoa, it is said that there are
more than 14,000politicalrefugeesorht , are only
Iralting an opportunity to create an insurrec
In the sitting of the 19th of the. Chtanher of
Deputies of Turin, Signor Wert°. addressed •
Question, of which be had given Soder" to the
Minister of Foreign Affair's, on the subject of
the diplomatic relations el.Piedmord with Rome
and of a rumored league of the former power
with the other States of Italy.
The Minister replied, that the Government
was undoubtedly making every effort to restore
harmony between the Church and the State, but
that it would never sacrificoits duty to the coon-
try in order to obtain that end. The Minister
added that the only cause of Count Siceardi's
resignation was his precarious state of health,
sad that as to a league with the, other Italian
States, there was no foundation whatever for
CHLORATE POTASH—SO Um. for sole
jet B. A. YARNESTOCK k CO.
ODFISH-10 dm= for solo by
/.2 J. S. DILWORTII CO.
J R 2 N . —5OO bu. for srzb n yi lworrn
ARRELS-200 new Flour, for sale by
JeR J. O. DELWORTII 1 CO.
-160 k!p ni t sung m .... mtew.
4) In aV4 %."'
SAFETY FUSE- 25 bbls. iiiarrive,for
by UB2) J. 8. DILWOIIIII* 00.
REFINED SUGARS-106 bble. Clarified,
Pa.lend. sad Crwhed,miler_br
JAIIM A. 111:TC111BON & W.
GOLDEN SYRUP—In bf. bbls. and 10 gal
kegs, ft= tba ltruls Rafternfor ludo by
j.sJANIS A. 111)1'01190N A OD.
ICE-20 tierreis Carolina, for sale by
)02 LOMA. LIUTCIIISON a(101.
EMP-130 bales Mi. D. R., for sale by
iA2 JAN IS A. HUTCHISON A Co._
LEAD -1400 148'60100a;
GOOO Tbs. Bauffor
Je2 A.II7CIOBON t 00.
QIIOT-65 kege need Nos., for rate by
JAMES A. HUTCHISON A 00.
FR MARIETTA AND HOCK-
T.—The Int Itenttre PACIfItt,
. r Ij i m mute.4...,14r4,1,urzv: tnct,..r.u.
IF or imight ot plaria• nigh' ukr.d o V i gm.
night° leo. ell Water and GI hoot C
RFAIULAII WHEELING AND
!MAMA PAC/LT—The GA rumba
run " --... v...-tyrrgz,,T.t...,,.......
Fr a . w .„„ puhhb, buying Pittsburgh evet7 Muhl up
agitheeetti he Welles Ilk. Presulieulte= l , 3 l Mt=
" ra e" rwri, 78
4,, , rillassalut P liti stguenba.leures Bridge.
8 - hid Subdue...re Itutse eftsrututh slag &Web
'r:fli Y et i". ' rtil rer 1 " Ft in!. Via:Mtn:4l'
B CON-43AD lbs. Eboulder.2 —__
CIODFISH-11 tierces for sale by
" itarbrAITTIV/t CO. V.I4 - WICA t AcCANDLY44.
QUGAR AND MOLASSES— •
...Nzhb4.. whip N. O. Borsz
^9O bbla. • Mularmr. for by
- 41=8 A. uurcensoN t co.
, 403 ,.. k u esi v el pi e rn ri m or ws *
IVt)LASSES-5; 1 0 bble. prime N. 0., (oak;)
w" rzat' k.s; `a . Lire!*"
WINDSOR SOAP-50 boxes Hyde 's, for
W. by lear) H. A. PAILNESTOCk 100.
10 bble. for sale by
ROBISON. LITTLE a CO.
RIED BEEF-2000 for tale by
1,7m,= HOBIPON. LIT= CO..
SS ES-200 bbla. N. 0., for ealo by
reyZl ROBISON. urru • co.
D RIED•PROIT-55 0 bu. Peaches; m
A pol • for sm. b
nosisom. i.rrna a mu r
ANNERS' 011.—W bblp: for sale
mr=l R9BISON. LITILR by e
AILS--100 kegs for sale by
laral 8.0111.8011.1.1T1LJ a CO.
.72 • ROOMS— i i.SO doz. common to &Ist;
twat rultortititr. ' ; tat
(IOFFEE-150 bop Rio;
2) At& N. LITI.IOI CO.
Pm IRON-240 tons Ben's erect;
a Wutlinge ftaftle br
110111210.1,11Tha .; t
- ZO terse ;rim VIII MAK
be. I Bentlmre
le uerese leeee Ite - e;
mYA JO A l new; xi ey
" IL:Arg:C O . II. " e. ,' et-
111 CHROMATE POTASH-750 lbs. for
JEF br 1141 J. KIDD A 0,).
Q,ENEOA OIL-2 bbls. for rolle r
co. ' !
1 OAF SIIOAR-1 00 bbls. ass'dOre.b.W N.os.;
Zor ocl• bl I
W. 4 P. WILSON.
inwlr.: - .. , 147 first, oz.d 1111 &cowl w.
kg UGATC-11) 111. s. Cla(ified, fur salo by
1.7 mw-1 =ULM i 116NSWIT. I
iSALERATU. b grl.l 6 fL a t P ' EST.
‘.:IIOULDKIIS-12 casks'for seta. by , I
5.., au= ENGLISH a IMINEIT._
V UTS-20 bn. Chestnuts;
I SIJOAR-18 0 bhde N. o. j t , rirs: D for sat by I
arIS a - Water 0. I
liSODA ASH-20 casts Karts's brand, for I
sj ...is by my 6 9.. t W. ILLZILtraII. • 1
RIED FRUlT—Peachmq Plums;
fir We la trVT. XeCLUEU iig h'4"4
m 715 Orwell .41 Tao tvlan:
EM P-23 Wes Missouri, on obrorignmon
11l .01 ftr sat. blr, /MIX% (HAWN
ho. 134 Vrocied.
COTTON -25 balessegg for by
__ Ise. 134 rrout et
I rEAB -.s(7ldiliests Youngityson;
0 . " Inuit Onk. IlarM
11a.14. 07 ISMAIL DICKaT a CO,
tuyl3 _Wain aid Fermi O.
OLT PETRE-75 rack. Crude,
_for sale by
t. 7 ntsl3 ISAIAH MOSSY A co.
11l OLASSES-500 bills N. 0. S. IL for
....T.M. saal. by myt4 . 1 / 1 1W DALULL
1,1 II lIOI.ASSES-100 bblo battle ground
10 - . IL IL Mows hr ma. Ay Jilin DA ELL
. MACKEREL -75 bbls Imre No. 3, for 11,11 . e
• es act Y. WILSON.
it IC —l°° uer sAr
i:ALgiATUS-42 caite. far tale
C.I.KiOOLATE- - 1 30 bee. Bost., for tale by
sq_l2 WICK.• eIeCAIIDIZAS.
NEEDLE WORKED COLLARS, Yloune
( 1.. Llgltug
et Sranaltattoll "relate* a Lan
I. "P"'" Y. 11. EATON. rourth . q.„_ 7
P ,T 3 begs 6
CT] Ziit u r 27, I:ce
uUFFALO ROBES—AU grades kept 6n.
IJIN stabil,. cm but:land kr W. by
1.713 A. CIILISLLTSON & OA,
iI.ERDIA.fi CLAY-200 boxes for eale,b
Afi DALZELL t 00.. Librrtr ft,
lIIEESK--20bxs. W. R. Cream, for sale by
g. 12 A. a W. IL& RBAtO
1 IRV' RIDES-200 (prirool for sale by
=l2 tt. t W. RAIIIIMItiII.
1.)01rD EXT. LIQUORICE—IC:7; for oak .
b/ soy* D. — A. PAIINEATOCK t CO.
/al& by It. E. SLURP,
mom 01 Wuxi 4..
1110 E FLOIIII; Prepared Cern; '
AL Twiny, Tsrim. _
At t. .n
Far We by Wll.. >IC 0
LUIM a CO.. '
037/3 9i6 Llbertr st,
VNCH GELAT I NE, IV h ite and Colored;
, Z3 7 :o t taz i rmn 'sing/sae. fur =kip; Mlle.
• irtyl3 WM.
m IIeCi.CCO 1 CO.,
G. and T.. Dval iqg
1-.ll7.RUNllS—Ltodeaux Prunem, In
m glaeuo jars
n , .1.17. t. .. liy bairs,.._
8- Li.ryna Prutim for Anle by
WM. A. MeCLUnfl A W.
AcKEREL---n bblei 1. coolaT i lt", MIL
- 115. bin. 3. far anlo by
14 AI-60 bble. for sale by '
myl2 •J.Ki DO t CO.. (V Won •t.
fIi,LUE-40 bble. (extra) tar rate by
LA .02 J. Xll4/ 6 CO.
ABIB. 4..'t TONIA -660 li x.lerPaleby
gt m 712 J KIDD 00
• • •
'PPR SALII- Wagon, in
'it; 1 o?i.,lnt..plpte
I ;A Itictill.,-1 1 ) bblif. Winter Strained, for
.4. ~ r re i Tio n. E. sv.u.nts,67 wao.t.
ti.E.Nti;SIIED —5 bble. for era by.
• n..ci SELLT.IIS.
1. U PEN TINE--10 bbi.
r 'Rayl2 R.
11 , 1 ; —6OO galls. Flazeeed
rale Dr mrlall.
CITRIC AULD-600 lbs. (pure) for sale
saylb J. KIDD t Wood st.
.1311114 K ROOT -2000 lbs. for sale by
.1413 J. KI DD At co.
A2gREL-120 for by
IsiolassEs—loo bblo. for salo by
_ a0'.121 ILL W. lIARDIVOII
STONE PIPES 7 -840 v ! i xae: Ircriatottl
ACKERE4-150 bble. No. 3;
1,0 zra lbr . oralt_rb
.1,711 WICK • MeCANDLi.b.
iti kITOOM S-210 &M.
‘ 7 , 43 lc 7 i NfOrsale n ba sx
B Lrjp4-3? kegs fv l ealo l bL lANn a gs. ,..
Srtiridifigeis—s caskeNo. 1„ for Edo by
10 , m 71 3 : • WICK k Edu-CANDLOSB
C,ORN-560 bu. for efe..by I: t
1 mrs 1 IFII.WOIat 1 CO.
TOBACCO -4 hhde. Ohio Loaf for
i salo by
=re J. 8. DILWORTH CO-
C)11N--3 5 bpi's. for rale ,
1- 6 i 76 ""N Bol3NtidEritroTat.
DALTELL, Wholesale Grocer, Com
- Is Lam romardlag blgehuit,and &martin
—N ton ater 4...4 Yassu, sad Pitubmh Manaselanni
Enna lira W Ttl Th. L illUbarsb.
L. Y MOMS' TEA! —Morris' Tea Mart
the Disaiinut, Reomod Door room Dtamorot slier.
in Medi. We establishment le us no soexectoureted
W . :14 sone 1047 op.Md rout door hr
. 11:0 a
1,1 • BE-4_oo bags prime Orden mi. an
itio. foe all by J. D. WILLI/AID 11.
my; ta 116 O.
Ingon ZANESVILLE —The -fine
P.M" •PDIT Ou tam,.
..32z.Y/210 " 1 :71.7
tor WhealloNA.splina'sad Sunfish.
sad Ettatisy.st b
l rra Orrefoct.s.. rfelliN .
ship t iemelat Wood upon • this bost =Naos reNalazi7
" grigNisrtk ' t7r bassatie. war onlosNi• NOD
CKET,CLNCINNATT. LUPUS. Job.
sham 'lisle splendid beetwee built
the owners of the steamer Isla Newton, std others, An
the Cincinnati end Pittsburgh Puska trade. end 1•111 lease
weerrwd lu m plani si or t tli tri. e Egg.
K BEENWOOD ' ROSEDALE
Air REGUL*[ PACKET—The eplendld
fast runnilnng atrw boat cutzrrem. K. T.
wane, Muter, leaves them] of the Oki All.gbg Bidge:
(SU Clair street,Y every hour, edonnenelng et 9 o'eleek.,
M, and conthantng until the Gude= elm. She land
on the Allegheny aide, gar the aceommedatlon a paeaen.
W.. at all other Pante. airr.tr• Trig et 7* e.
NEW ARRANGEMENTS FOR
ad ,. ftst ruxiii . tre.;CASlG . fß,
vzp h z.ustotar ; Vll i ktlag, Brldgepart (Imam, and
3 delcck..P.ll,, tor ;Peelle:M b " Tear, ' aln e f . g.r . ;
at 3P. M., (areal/tins atattl nava. Retnnalt,
leaver Stinnett every llcadck at 10 'deck, A. M.. aaa
IV jana Wheeling every Blond and TnareavaVM
For freight ana peonage ap• JOUply an
1 • mcbT
REGULAR PACKET BE
TWEEN WELLSTILLE AND PITT&
11—Thelinktdrsionnt strainer ART.NA.
D. P. Stoney. neuter. team WElLrobile avers . Monday.
Wolufsds7..nd Friday. at b o'clock. A. M.. for Duo LT
eriss.l. Ulasbov, bleVerrsn't Landing, Deaver. and Ms-
Werth. L..... Pittsburgh every ToesEhT. Tkunelay, and
bondsy, atlo oclock. A.M..
amendMeser, bleTerrana ard.
, tact Llverpcol. Wellsville. _. L .
War frnlskt . paean. UMW' lib bard. .W.'
at 4 t i := te - c w " l " K g°,...`l;V:gB,,tri .betwen
this el= %Imhoff. owing . rittsbutiol "10 sishok
I:::".alikl= dl = 7 .T l t rr•L r jsi= i ,
e , • ff.. Is frek#4.ol.ffoiinsge,sliffoup_booni. or to
Alcoa' Koff tillitoosAssato
6 twist, on
bbls. N. C., for nate by
- - -
IFAMS-319 S. C. Canvass -; for sale by
WICK k IIeCANDUL43.
n UCKETS-440 doz. Beaver, for sale by
.1.4. WICK I IdeCANPLYMI.
2 bbls. genuine Barbadoes, for sale
1itt.1.21 J. KIDD
AROOLS-2 bble. for Bale bY
w 2, _ )KI
. DD* CO. 7
litO H. A. FAH% EISSOCK DO.
lbe. Cantharides, fur solo by
B. A. YAILNTSTOCK CO.
,' ST O O L BAGS-1000 new and old,.
LET. fo r sale
OSTARD SEED--500 IM. for sale by
IL A. YAIINCATOCH t CO.
IA PE ALOES-1000 lbs. for Edo by
e 2 H. A. TATINUATOCK A CO.
13RUSSIATE POTISII--500 Ite. for
JL bY riell D. A. rAILNLETOCK a co.
IL HAVE JUST received from the East the
imbswing 1,20....0, al a the best roonotortore
t w. lbo toel=t=aLlagy And I would baths all
Der. lineldnoe. low awn. bmtk
.b.ru rot. hour
Cam ;bet Oar Woo and bred power.
Anew sad Ikon Melt Coulud cos..
ZwilVeiskrl I:5:1=e - Mites.;
Csateueel Orono And Prom tt.. end Ilnot
Conolool two. lbw. and lbw rm, tort.
All totnatectured rem tho best Ea sale
at the Drug nod bawd Wee of
. 71. WICIEMAILLIt.
no Ir. Caw. of Wood and faxth street/I.
CASTILE SOAP-50 boxes for sale by
yta._ B. A. FAULT-MCI. M.
BLUE VITRIOL-2000lbs. for sale,.by
ern IL A. ZAIIXISIOCS. A CO.
OATH filildk----4615456147:1, (01Wei1
anti B. A. TAMILISTOCHCO.
11.11R0315 YELLOW--.V) eases Baltimore.
mral a. A. FAIINICLSOCT. A co.
SALtRATUS-30 casks for Mile 1:A .
A.. PAIINIATOMA CO '
4 LUX-50 bbls. for sale by
IL A. TAIIIMTOCI A CO.
L1QU11) ULV}-4 grovri, la very vuporior
.rod., delgtine to lair the t oy. Wit,. rtmanttma
, ie. attopetbott , .-22 - tab . y .1. L'ILD • W.
ma y 24 Oa WeJud v.
aINSEED 0114.-500 palonv for sole by
0121 J. SUVA .1:22.. ma - . del '
2.2.2)11 , ..22tra tte Plow.
4412•6e7n al roma.
60 tarrek• pew 2..4122•22
• burets *p.
21 . 2.20 hr rharoet. ,
7,2 : r•sVroilr. . .
123 the npor.
2 . Lod. . .
MI baobab rm. owe. •
lOU - Qat.. 23r tale o 2 v o sannagt. .. '
I.IVE: Sa.K. LACES—Large assortment.
Aj es%""! b " 9 ' —ittni,-roluminEux
AID 01L—Den7kett. & Jones' brand_
T . :or
Ltale by . ray26AtAII DICKEY 4 co.
LARD -12. bbla. No. L fur sale by
WICK a eIeCANPLICSS.
tattat_ career Wand eral Water ete7
OATS—.:BA) bu. for pain by
m,=l F. NC. IIAUSISCOS.
VOILS—IN bu. for sale by
/ mod •s. V. IJABIIAIXII/.
111.1ro, tram beses:
wiv ;: , L=nls6 CAL b:lL
‘arnistn.l • ••
`ll.rullA Tea. la LIMO 1124‘)
for wt. 4y WM. A. )I,4:LUSO A CO.,
ra. ...21•2131•1 11 4'. 1 1.01 t 22 . .._
2- . " "UrireritilitAVOlL
p ARL ASII-6 . tons for mislay
ENOLIIIII A BEN NETT,
E.T% I= Nomad, red Ibl Pinot st.
EIOOPS--' 49,000 Split - Ash. for sole by
lINOLIOI i DE.siNFS_
INDIA RUM= L 8411.
DIE& 0 d11f0,0020, 010 tb.p u t
Nos. T and v licod 0. P
AA AMR SUGAR- 44 bbts. very choice Ida,
AV -11- Pie 8"".' lwt "" M'atTio A CO..
thug= swam Maio.
Leaf, Ornehrd, Pelvert.W and Pandered; ronetently
nd end ler min by the Wrel nr ret4l.t the Iowa&
eae rot., hy A.IdeCLURI) it oo..
Win . Z 6 Llbertf_st.
DRIED PEACHES-1000 bushels (brigh
balm) In Moto awl for bT
m • 1016 Y. lIATTTIEWS CO.
A . P A uls l - 41PtUg:Tr e s'ir le
AS TOR OIL-9 bble. (Blow's make) for
• MIRY, ATTIIEWB OU.
UGAR-240 hhds. prime N. 0., for sale by
AULD A. HUTCHINS/I CO
- - - - - - • ----- • •
GV OPLEY'S POT CLAY-46 bbla_. justree
and kn. sale br J.BCIIOOI4IIIAKIM CO.
CLOVES -1500 lbs. for.salo by
=723 O. A. FAIINESTOCK t CO.
`UP. OARB. SODA . ,--21i . lfpRiALi . nle c pj
tiItENCH FLOWERS —A splendid variety
of 01. aorta 071. Y -watch we American rowers.
w Icts err met rr.pered to WI very clever,at wtroleealo or
A. A. MASON 0.1.'
irou, fur solo
PEACILES-35 packs in store, will
lI be avid low m elnio
tnr.:l . ISAIAH DiCKET I CC.
Altitlotto, for sale by
min J. D. CANYIELD.
ROOMS-100 doz. Corn, for sale by
zwr. J. D. CANPIELD.
SAERATU9-100 boxes pure;
J. D. OA r Alrete
STUCIA.R.--100 bble. Powdered, for sale by '
17,-15 bble. good grease, now land
rroot .utzo.co.o.romt 2 for'“I• bY
LULU' ICKEY-1k 4..
Watzr and gnat Ma
OPRANSPARENT WASH BALLS--A fino
artiola r•e'd for Ii at lb* Drug Btor.
tares N. Wit:KERMAN.
IfiIXOILANGS BANK STOCK—For sale by
Banker Rubanss BBrolter.
; . $ c• . . or. 0.7
110811-4 cab • ate, for solo by_
I. B. OkX7l.gra
- RIED APPLES— .1 bag DALVILL for sac by_
p " A'% c.- . for 1 . 411.21
mtdl 1 ax.oo.
1--O,3aL,Asll-25 Z mitt. EZEffl
isrmrt— lt.. for solo by
J. KIDD & co.
603-1:10,111.. 4 . erd Ikon
.MTN , " M.urb.'mfrhgetl).
WILL PAPER, of my own maiitfactuie,
tor Parkm., Cba.bi..id
• Darl9ll DM. YLLifati, 00 lisztat
. United States Hotel' at Philade lphia
THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully annum"!
T Mt told, friends and the -travelling condrndtp,
he h. asvateed thf Proprkdoreblp of
in connectio P e UNIT
TATES. ro Loner, known connection With the
lioteluinder the late Proprietor. he feels perfectly , rata in
pronshing Ito old patron/4 that nothing 'hall be Venting.
to modem Its previeue reputation as the beet kept boom
In the country. NO edemas has be. Maud In
0000 y m
ly ratting the entiretablishment. and he partimarlT
invites attention to th e....vet intredured ror the con-
Ted.. and comity. of
Being dvoir drievleiu
e4l to die vatieraction. he solicits a motion.m of that
patrcmage alW.ye w freely.brstowed 013 the old Vetted
-Plates. loaf 71:3n1 ;• A. (I: ALLEN.
OMAS WHITE, BONNET MANU
FACTURES No. 41 South Second Street, (above
ed. net tided Philadelphia. febliely
tale Grocers, M Slarketrt.l.ll43lplas. .p4l
b.. secualox .... • - 1.11. trams.
R EALD, & CO., Tobacco
CommLsalaa Mereasettet Net 41 Nara, Water stmt.
o. la North Wham. lttlatlebettia .
MERCER ANTELO, General Commis-
Mon Merebooto, Philadelphia. Liberal advanoem
on aroll4MlDeilti of Prodon orroetally. fjortO.l6m
Office for Foreign Patents. • -
Nu. 5 (Pallet., .IY,. York, and 186 Fleet st., London.
rATENTS FOR INVENTIONS procured
In Greta Britain, Pronse,'Belortott. /leitintd, and all
er parts of Bumps—the Oman, Cuba, and the Bra
Pull Information out!. above can be had by addressing
I Wall atnaat. Nee York.
Superior Black Writ .k.g_ and Copying Ink.
JONE'S EMPIRE INN., Nnagatt etreet,
Out Banding, Nor Sark.
Xerf MOM 10 fin 'MDT.
-rte. pv dos., it fa. Poe. perdos.--
drastabt. .. .... amts.
Tat. te the teat *nide mu.n.t...d..
awl OUP d YING IN a t(=aad cut ro=e; tooptd.
=trebly adapted tor the Meal Pen. •
Thttuadatt*tted V.7.4vd to ftwateh to the tr;de
tiler tor export or bottle eutoumptloo.'at the abare rerT
l o7treri . rt.F.L,..,--dglzv4rd -iPtt.
or keep la o r rarWl czar; at nett eon.
IllEOIN)FtE LPN T,
6: NYna "eEP4'.""olltr.
QOM . % Pir . dos..
Professor A. C. Barry's Tricopherans,
OR MEDICATED COMPOUND, for re.
storing. pnwerehm and beentiChni the ImMetwilim .
hoar mart and tlandrulf. and coring Manses of the Ain.
thuds mid moans/, sting, min, brawn. swab.. eta It
Mu been ascertained to experiment. that Darrife Trimble
eroas b.• produced the 002[111 effect In etning-silsessee of the
ril i h n sisMi ' l l eetat h o '"*. Goo n aed aU the animal
„in LO • the
of the MwPamtlon,
and the estimation in will& It la held by three arbo ham
. o're° It • Walt
—Sr, - Yon& 5ept27..." MO.
Paor. Maas—Dear Pir—l la+si boon afflicted with • cu
taneous eruption of Ma acalp, of • nmet agaraeated /bar
hter,for the last /lateen yeas* and durita that Period
m bad the advise of mania the moat eminent phials
HAW, =them tried all the preparatkum fee the hair and
elm Pow known, without the least bestetlL Inu adebtell
by • frksid to try your Trio:Theron. I did ea, ea a !Mt
Mate. and. to my sambas and pratilleatlon.fousul smelt'
cured La about two :math. lineh wan the violence of the
divorder that at hates I emu partially blind. •
• Reeptatfully, yours, I/ V >yBAPEINT.
140 Colombia street, Itraoklya
. • • Nue Tuff. Oct =, 10.50.
Timm Bult—My Dear Sly—About mu Teen env :=
name but a crud- deal. and my heed triu muhl
with dandruff. 1 vas toil by anneal in try yostrTyloopher
and I did rn. ad to my vitnuirlintenti toy hair was
Omni,. raved. and ail Ma dandruff &appeared, u the
heed now !Mole for Petit
With rupee. I to you otiedl rent.
TDEADWELL, 4A3 fimildeuT•
If amUty or gentleman dont. Um authenticity of the
stale, they will , plum call at Professor A C man.
137 Broadway, Nur Yuri, whore he will Produce the mini
lYnon the Military and Karol Anna; Nree. 0. 1!51 1-I
Then le no rem ed y tor ths yeruteocat .are of Inkiness
lead dilemma of the crania= intserellf. that boo rte.th. ,
she Peaalority enjoyed Pr the article kne.rn as Notts.'s
Barrya Triensherou. Mediented Compourel. It to en
tenderly and tn. the upper 8111.44.6 of the . eummunity; to
aleneedeerry nursery in the lend It le awl in greferclete to
other snicks of tb. 0104. It impute nicer be the motto(
the hair, and that erowth to a rrattartable de-
P,re. It /retrofit tEntrrlgill and evert sad ..maion the
hair Pee nod elowty. It will came all Minutes of the.
inichne scald heed. den nom. and Ca.' oboolious
dam of the .010; ID cheap..es se ceser, it Maras
unrolled. It le mid fume batter, grew =coot. at Na
1:11 Broadens, .4 at the Druggists german, thzongbout
the Claitteiniatee sadCanula. eatMlld
• • PUNTING INKS.
LIUTCHINsON a, Co., N 0.13 sprucestre.t,
NEW YObX, Wbedeta mantifactarces of lb. best
LI:GLIM Pia-STING INKS. km Sm. inni Lltt.
f Flos a l=k4. 7r ,. ijrolt. 'anti
go. wily_ apon all orginarS Pnonon.
Lk...Matto= in tn. tti., ammo. so OKI. a Mob
nosaaralpertoomitner to .21 roperior to any °that'll:Ma nem
In use. Bold at prima rarying ft.. 75 ots. to ILA per /b..
U. Gl.Z.T . rt= e n r retit=rt . of shades.
Loulity varying from SIX to =Ant. , took3k-Un
• Shawl and Mazildia Warehonce. ,
F ,it S. MILLS, !Co. 6 COP.TLANDT ST.,
• try Ran.) NEW TOILE, is m o s; zionio a onli
Si9lVE l gTVWVri h Tgvr ' = ''' pt 1 , 04. 1 1 1. LACE
/11ISLIN and all kinds of SILK SLLATILLAS. mannfaitno.
red from lb. Saris fasnims.. received by tbe steamers
and oartkolatly agar. tO the 40..1 0 ,,_ . .•d•
MAD • reof oplatili4 Ronk PAILAMILS AND Mb
of King. .P:nnt 'AMA nat. ,
ang silk ImMt Satin 1...1Na. Con.bon an4'Elog.-
bam ttoltrell. All of is Men will ba atm.. exmonaly
;Mom. Ws estocially liorlte our Warners teletideM
amt. nor stock be.% panbasing.
FrA fl D' ti=tr. SValiff'd
FORWARDING b COSIML9SION MERCIL
_. . .
- - -
ONTLVIIES Ilia ueual facilities.to receive
ewe Hale, auul Trensh;m3.4. allstorrltimar
murigned Wag. IYALIA lean a a duct doily fur all polol
lM La... earl the Illinois Canal Lai Rite.
litetrrs. 011 t, A Qum.
Xr. John A. Cm.lary,
ST. LOUIS & ST. JOSEPH
ST. JOSEPH, 10313013111.
Pm 3 non Gansolatott. and Fortrardlo; 3teteh.st.. on tba
Uwe, Pt, loottl.
It.kr to Alevoles tiordothand Loma. Etnibm a
t e II ■ ATID Q. TUTTLE, Attonacv at law,.
L and Cmramistloan 4 4.66631,6.16..i.C
-I.lValrt:r atolrried. ocl7
101 I N R. RANKIN, Attorney and Conn
feller at .L.r. and C05ra16666.+ tor the 21641 6
ti 0.71.66, 1106 . of ?iusbv. rg y2..)
14156.666,-Pitobar h: llom M ar666.1- cum Wm
N.Matt6n. I Meagre. .3.6262 rarkm
6.66616, )1606rd ACM. *6¢Mtly
lIANOVER STHIET,. 00310 N.
THE undersigned having ontiraltr •^ -
builloudittlarval lame *Amite nta h-
etuashung lo all about threobutair4 and tifty
An mimed. ootkeef the oosomemedennendeneeent this
= rtrh ' eaer bre =ice . = be nl =t7rtit P :..a
atteertieetonL Bothee It to my.. expo. te. been
mar. tO render .7 epartment retie.
Tbe furniture wee made exemody to order. teeeddlemet
tom. The Mt.. MOW% are tapeetene, .1 the boom tor
mods wilt be me errs.. se to .11 the emend.. of the
early and tate. •
Ittery department wilt te enedoeted . onetreytlons
'Amman , sod the nrorYtelet ttledyee hhoml7 %het the
Amerind, Ilowe itOl7 the VeYelite. O
feadhordt.haT LEWIS HIM
OUN.DS. FROM KENTUCKY; by Rob
16n end Dublin Wellsee, Yomelete:
World's lair Welts.
etreviglng, er ()cod Lockrolka. i.
ihico virrolh. :
Worm grotto, friend. of titYyou th '
Thou hew wounded the seen that loved thee.
Sow" that see brightest.
Jenny lantre Itled genic. '
Tele Polka. Polka.
01 , 1 Bachelor and 014 Meld. '
Lament Isf 111104 Orhhantilrl.
Thy voice ode to Mil. ear.
Lament or the Wish Psgrwant.
re , JOIN B. MELLO]
KLELIER Ix= just received
Joie Wok. •
* Nations' Union. .14 pattiotio long. dedicated to the
ilroa Henry Mar.
, 11c%c ,. r. tow Ethiopian Doer. by Strobes C.
I T; r, iftyrDelar;
mug bribe Alleghenian.
Little Mono= outpace from Dar fl Copherfteld.
Sweet Ilona% ea mune by Jenny Lind. with ore Amax.
Do Mountain Delay. • - k.
Yloraell wrriton and eouctweed bY e. O.
foolor. and ileilretod to Waller:7 Womb. of Ytttabwrgh.
whore the morning'. duette.
' • I know who.
My bleselng wifit thee ono.
Homeward. lot cri;nt i c k,o.
Alto— Drinking bow,
Ka let Third greet.
N. ' II.EA eplondid lot of rt. digatt/TX:11.%.
• Copley's Pot Clay.
riiHE subscribers are now Solo Agents
to of c' ? .. . r tat
of ultei Stml Po% 0. It it mule of one of the men
Infusible tubattatto known: and la Tarr carefully .akcaal
and defamed protium to Eructing.
to 9 J. SCIIOO,OIAK Ea t CO.
11E111Y-15 tons Men. 1). R., for sale by
LL myl6 JAIII29 A. ILUTCUMON A CO.
MACKEREL -50 bbls. No. 3, for nabs by
mylb , lIIIADRIDON 4 111(11111A31.
IgNOLISII SPLIT IT.CCS
Mr sale by' inL A. AfeCLl a CO.,
aVAI Umoon and Tea D.LI&M.
SALMON -30 bbls. and bf. bbls. No. 1, for
by &bib .7011N WATT it CO.
HERRING -10 bbls. No.l (now) for sole by
no bs DUILDRIDOS & Es GIMAM.
MOLASSES & SYRUP
-100 bbla 8. IL.188•0808
10 " P:
ti Dbla mntram far gietz
1108.1811.008. m r.A
QtA i PE SHAW LS---Redd this day, per •
ex eps, was eaten et those eery dateable Oslo Oul
•xa old Crape shards. rat prima. • •
• mei • A. A. ITASON A CO. •
D RIEp APPLES-15 - bbls. for solo by
zarli • 376 Wwer st.
QUAD-40 bble. 1,10. 1;
° m y:4 " 7i3ultiThßigaVAlSElliA3f.
t 7 ..
IME-50 bble. White Lonizeille, for enle
by my= - BEYNETt.'
5 0 000 FT. PoPlae 3 on l 43 anA S‘uktr
ENGLISH MUSTARD—CoIman* in kegs
of 0 ItOsnd 181 b. each, Iscism Ihr de by
min X/. .1 ,, aUCK.4 1 CP.
.yolt RENT.—A three 'story brick
• Morning biome, &tuts onntristrest.brOresa "
mat sad ltos• the bows Is vet flaisbs4 with_ by
drsat tbs kitchen sad Own which then Is • nun lam
pith Lot sad cold tester. Possessiess siren lantistUstdY
sppli to -- 5. F. 1:05505:5110HST At CO.
• Ham At pt Fnat
Howse and Lot for Sale. _
A L ARGE LOT, on Lescock street, Al- g 2
Aeri h t% ="4,outretrtg.4q Trutt
Weber with • rood Beek Dwelling 'loupe.,
rooms. Feeler= epuly to ACHESON WOUDHOU Do,
Dimon street. orJ011:4 SCOTT.
mSTORE BOOM TO LET, on Market et;
airid door trom • Potirlib and adjoining Um
Mei. and Javelty dim of. W. W. Wilson.
13tore Room haa the ha dreoml front in the city, and in
ibe best imam for •• Di 7 iimd. mi Pm?' Riiidindr.
Rent for tbe Mimeo of the gm will be my low. m
quire of JAMES VILLY. or
- • Real Rstats Sale.
A VALUABLE unimproved LOT, on the
eorner of Liberty
and rectory streets, MTh Word.
D =ente the German Queen. 30 feet !rearms Lib
erty, by 100 feet deep on rectory, reacting bark to Sprints
'd ile—the three story Brick Dlreillairese on libert/
street, edeotoleg_tne oboe., the lot he lps TA fort front tor
100 fort deep. me house le Lane aml oreeenlant, bat In
modem say le. and contalas Waren toolU.
A arm. of my • snub]. lone near Slanrppuret
A A rum of 110 scree in Went Doer
Also—A Farm of Mt sera In Lownnee county.' o =Am
... . . ...
om fOO in county. of various also and
Aboo—,l2. Smootoblettt to Nowa". 1111aoli Mt.
moderato. oke of .-
S. P. kO.L. AL IRTTER.ILIN "
. • • Attorney. at Law. aad last Potato Agar:
tof* N 0.107 /moth stmt. Pattbuttg.
Li NUR ItENT—A Warehouse on Watera
amt. he. sett se rry
a Pe. ealtahli ks
IT'ir b " ft.. " - IrMrB &MIAs 68 Wator at
IrlIE well finished and famished Store, y 2
j on Third etrdd, near the Pod Oflloo, at present
wended by Mrs Park i ef b as o a A =Mbri i 4% ,
reylibtf Lyttles Bow.
' (Poet, Trlbithe. and, Mendel capy.l
teIkFURNACE, at Dresden, Muskingum co,
Ohio; 14 tallealkom Zattearlp Eno manilas ardor,
ett o.eto• atom Easter, ta or roanlog oat
Rau of Pig Ina tier day. Then att aboneLeat aot/07
the I. He Immolate rklnity. It bteoeoleetel by abort
venal with floe 31tok0ngum Ares, latch Is barbpille tar
et...Wats Rot greater pat of the year, thereb7 efordlolt
faeilitles for shipping to reneart ll e. or to soy meat cm the
Ohio thee. at low Woe of !Melt. na oaratob7re
ottoutaetured at MU Pomace bae boa ronroated fa
Zotoreflle. For 10019 J ,I,Or to
0 Erb YAWS. Zazaerille,OßlOOtrto
RILEY a PENDLETON, uetbaors.
To Farther'. -
1 17 . S W Ffirming and . Orating
e t ' llizy firer, oral:lL:LimAfe milts a! Now lo ean mnatlrr,~ located g.and
Alf—Loo3 korict E/k ool•fo , offf=pfd.
Ong tutu. Es:up:Oro of A. WILKINS t CO,
for/ . conscrof kLorkot minted oto.
' -r- To Gardeners.
EIIIENTY ACRES of Gardening Lend, al'
r Isool caltiration, within a. tads of the
, be sold kr *5OO 3.11 ecnr—one third cash. and the
In one, two, .4 to:overdo. Fer particulars an!
&elm e t the Braking AW FB& I:XL.
colt corner of Marra and Third lan
Desirable Suburban Dela:nee for Bale-
HE subscriber offers for sale the house and
=Park et, he-
Ifitt=tr Alro7ir y, end 6.TVlstee Ina O
the maim/ of ileir city! The lot. Is 110 ft..gust en Park Mo.
evening beet liStt glee. to es, alley—emshWtting nearly one
acre of pd, and le tangled on every OW IThhiire elens
lots. adorned 'with lams and stertethwrr The hotw•
nearly new. lupe, axed easteedenwly masses, hashes
trent of Go feet, need a depth of .2, and toretatne !mertons
Peons teddies halls Mae feet wide. /t is built in the but
Mt ma.olohe *n wlmro nod hmasc • Teo nd
n W P e er.. end
gre ontalling mipply of hard and softwater, ere at the door:
ths the Maudes are the necemarY out /Mildlmits.
...Use house, au The grows& are laid sot mostly as
lawn. onenvel whit chores fruit trent eserfereens, toecring
throbs, currents moseclorrine. rasploweine.S.,med • meli
seldom. The fruit is of the boot kind, and the West are in
their mime. and yield alsough for the sante Of me
(wally. The aitustion of this property. as to mice=
suburban t.mfods. to:mtanni with contiiredlY to Use Mt7e
le not surpeased by any residence in this eidnity. 11 has
aview Mass Ohio Hirer its oner • mile. of Teaspetweme
lite, South Pittsburgh, the city, Um two risers. and that
hills around, funning lehsgether • Puurnitth_prOrPwt •t hich the eye newer weatisa leery bust whico enters Or
emus /tom the port of Pittstaugh too the Utah Isswee_le
Nil rime. Ties residence and grownda are also MstePieureif
l m DDT annoyasee of dust, we dostructly• ref
egeoes, end affords a rettnementhe opaet
and peecohel soil located Menne ialetwookin the MettnitY.
The property will be wad at a bargain, end pwasendon Orem
whesseer desired. Yntentle at Use tiesette omen.
at= ' D. F. WHITE.
HE members of the cairmosustrire Com
panyUfrrs their Etglu 4.1 r WA oo
s. It I s Is C.`
" Sand tilt.w sold chimp. Eurstrsof
.7 SMITH. Ilsery,
No' 409 199. strut.
OR RENT—A Ees-cuing House on n
Third. Orme above and soar to Smithfield. lt
flatm. tar. Tarr. we. trome. de. Will
boo muted 10w...1 pasemion Oren immedierely.
£4o—rar Sale or Lame. same iota to the Nix. Rue,
tortrovrerman street and the go t
WM. M. DAILLINGION.
at &ad. farlinstaa's, Soar. stmt. near Wool.
Valuable Real Estate for Bale.
TIIE SUBSCRIBER offer, for Sale, onfi
[avant:3le thaw, the tbilowing WWI:,
City . of Pittsburgh. el=
0.1. Throe rathanth thaw story Wick dwelling bouthb
th &thud sthet. Weems Warket and ToriT "wets. Ob.
ken bda7 each 19 foot front br SO deer..
Contains 07 feet fm it on TUrd sheet adßithing
ea. Third Prwbrierings C/nreb, w *Web 0 .thee" new
four eg . " RI& bout. wed.. a FLAW, oaa., and ow
whory brick wareho .
o. 5. Two low in Wither. Bearer eoutiMbeing lots
Wand loth 4, Wing meat 140 feet wilobs.. oo wedelinietwen
ol one block of Mar frame dwellings, sad tall 110.1111 TA
frame dwelling. ell two atones hig k
No. fine lot 40 feet front on Ogres; appdalte the
atiore, and Wending, to theme of the bite No. 5. Two beach lots. each 40 We bout, and tanning
from the road to low amiss mark:on the Rig nester.Ng. 6. the 'minable water 104,140 fret on Wheel Race.
with Wu shunt water powers:lathed. • •
N 0... Ow kit opposite b ill lot. 50 tot llout. and
thtewilliT to the top of the ,on whkb method one
two story Wick tithe and wthabouse.2.s b 740 bete althorns
fewith dael4ni.l ooo stories
No. b. Out large lot hi iseir shwa. Betherootostr,bw.
log about WO fret on ltradway, owl althit =feet deep.
cordadog scrn ets.whith are writhed two Wise hem*
dwellings. thd one mall friths Muse. used aa an oaths.
This proththy was fortherly.
_ow:anted ay- lir. T. C. Gould.
lad IA vex" - plinamtly_ Imi.tod. Wing itwhielhdelromewite
die Wellston Bridge. '
Zia. 9. thse width iat.thmediabily WithiPallstantirld
being about 100 feet 0. kturth......analas theth W.lre
thwith kw limier watt, or towithg
The show c o irty Oa soid Tio ivombi.
trilif.k. rtraeta. 2=•"xf talll Ages&
'Journal and Peet 00 a 7 .1 •
VE tNITED STATES .110T.E1.0.-..., 4
ILOCR OF UCILDINGB, cm the .rtnes the Wltar.a.
one, hundred and n itaty tour fe on stmt. sad este
tautdred aext nbly feet nine inches on Wiahiorost anat.
to • trent/ Art altar. Inquire of
•.. e. • 21:
RF : A.DESTATE FOR SAID—The under;
"freed offers the gale a WS+ unietEur Or tnlidiliaa
ug lots, and sceneinns
_deans:l4e sins Prianurec
tortes In the Borough of Birmingtumr lasted near the
new Public &boot House and English Esther. Churuh.
the rapid esonth of Binningliarn tn population and
aransfaeurring seeltisi and the resurtrabla pion at stitch
lots stil tie sill render these a math and
Tide perfect. Tema tanarshle.
Particulars soul tern* enquire of the =denten., . t the odor of E A ,. Grunt streetr Pitt.
burgh. between...lrd and Eon et:nets, OT alb Mani
dynamos and B. Natters:m e Lees. at their else In Rd.
Ingham. • jinni : MOM V. EATON, -
BACON. liOcr ROUND-8000 Bacon
gr. Sim and nonllleriNal . &Liam
Reed and tbr nle
1I PI Wehl t
Tj~R RENT—The large. lead aoscunocli: . 2
en. ne. tt . Panftzvrt. (Wolf coropto• by " •
1...• want%) entire tot abolnlat,
vo Lam.. tat.
r"a.. 011 IS •
of • fio.fo Water at.
LABTD OIL-20 We. No. 1, for nee low to
• eke* taaaltratnent, at tbkra m pf mnsnam.
entnar Wmd and Rath ata.
RIE t BEEF-4000 lba. for aale by
mJ'h. a.a W. RAllßav 8.
UGAn- o bbde. N.. 0.; for salo by
8£ W. UABBAVOII.
E---10 bagS for s i w eb . l
POTATOES -,"AO bti: prime Red, for sal.
by . T. WOODS £ BON,
61 Water st..
C i HEAP BONNET RIBBONS-A. A. MA
PO Co. arts maw- train:, • large Int of beautiful
idy es *privy Itlbbona, at 1..1f endowed. yard. newt goods
are unsurrawwl far elongate... as limy are well 'numb
crate. .Itton. Ti 7 and 04 Market R. say2l
NEIT• BOOKS !—A lame supply of Me,
Cantnek k Crooke Greek andlatln' Worker
iel Family Rahman. or the Adventure& of Father
and blather . and Rau Sone, on a deans& Wand; Vol..l.9tretv
Alta.:tog. 1,2, 3. and 4, of Mahan'. Loabsi Lab= and
Juat reed and for tale bn R. 110P33178,
uart73 , 78 Apollo Babb." reatrtb rt.
ckPEN THIS MORNING. atMIIRPITY &
1..) BURCHFIELD'S— •• '
ReFest 14717 1 Doi?liFF,"Flg. Fad Efund;
= l l 4 "
lota aI. soortment or
4,lllftettSilAsdirgfarts Dresteg Ugh% sad dark
' 4- e Noir iloato reviring almorteLdis. ,
VISIII ks, NG ,
TACKLE--Cane, Rode, Lines,
JIL: Hoo wholesale and retell. he
W. W UM,
sorsa Market street. comer et Fourth.
WATCHES in large variety, and at the
vv lowest re. 1.1. emterti cash esal
talL O27Z ) W. W. WILBON.
HE PENCIL OF ROBERT BURNS, the
POET I may be seen at my A.M.
ho. a.mlenaed assortment of Gold end Silver Pencil;
Gold Nos of Um beat mu:deeding Pooket Galen, Prat
Mono's, Au [ml=l W. W. IN abON.
A.NIS--32.caaka Bacon Hams, for Bala
- ine..6 JAMES A. nutcnisoN'h 00.
13 ICU Crimson Velvet an . d . Gol i d from P r.i.. aper
uuwnr . "' D ic". l PPriitaia. 50 WO.d.t. •
j ur ...by
Smith's New Geographies.'
cc MITIPS Find Book in Ueography; all ill;
toted vat 103 .a•PE PP. Ma Mo.
. Staab Quarto. or ao•aW Book la Geography; • =al.,
on 4 practical system of 0.311 , Pbr. tbr Woman Sob.*
Aoodleatica and Vagallama dada• os • sequel to the Tina
Book; Illustrated C . SD steel amp, and noateroao tact.
viits . l , 4l b rolt.C. &rata, A. 11. itallt • • • .
toyat TS Apollo Ilaildatas. /aorta
pRINTIICG PAPER—A.large lot
bledium 1=1.4.1 hiouNrT. for d. br
tor2.4' caner klarket end Seated
.. t P r
N . G P Pa E
azt MA l ETossul SOL
. we as. w a. liAvz- 1
". 0 72 4 • Awes W/1•2011. cor Yarlngt •od et/.
ga GROSS STEEL PENS, of
I - • Shoulder Braces'
caIIOULDER BRACES, of the most ap•
el= 47 . rft Ilttr= ium- 1a
and for ongo,clolool• `°d 2.r__
• sair.4 2. ag1.1=3. , 57 Wood -
'fIUISVILLE \ PIIiTE; bhls.
Lsfr t b, , ~e.npau l imitwimiiee
ORRAY'S FLUID -31AGNESIA—Jast
INA reed sad kg de by IL N. WICHLRI3II.IbI.
saybO maw of Ma and Wad Oa.
ATER'S CHERRY" ' ) •
Fc TRH CUTE OF
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, B iNCIII
- WHOOPING-COUGH; CRO t ', -
ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION. `-
AMONG the numerous disdoveries Science
bas toads in this genafatkos to yentas. tlis swims
oc utk, loenua iii enionnent,,ansi visa innionitth• fonn
of boom asisismoe, woo en be ZS= nf Or mom Eta %ins
to nanktod. ttun this oontribution of cumiiitrrui us.
meamicart. A vast Mal of Its "intim throughout - this
•tit countsr has proms beyond &doubt that no nactifisse
or amnbinstion of medicines int knono. tan so =elms.
teal end con the 1101II<ZOLIS +gaieties of velment:l , ll.mm
ilgeh here hitherto swept from our cadet thousands and'
Ibmgraa nem rem Indeed. then IS now abundant eta•
eon to believe a remedy boo is length been bond 1r nub
coo be relied on to core the most derive= elbectlous
041. 0 .... our came her will not passult es to publish
any proportion of the our effected br lb um. bet we
o,4u:us the fbuwteg opinions of e1ni."122 Inen , andrbr
further enquh7 to the circular. *blob Vte agents below'
named will ewer. be pleased to fernbl. an. wherein see
f u n w tk u i...,, nod Indbrputable woof of then bets. L ..
From lb. President et...tate:ref ceflox, the ce/eb004./126.
PEOSOII IifIVENUCK. -
' "Jaime C. Sysr.—Eirt 1 haw wed your Cbeml Pedant
In my own care of deoeMd Bronchitis. and am walla
from It. chnoicel menntatlco thst it la 11.12 Winnable men.
pound for the relief of larynsial and bronchial dialcultlad
If my opinion its to its somoior character min be
Ire4Tice. Ton an al EDW A RDy nos It ma you thin 9 mom '
HITCHOOCH,_L: L. D.
From the widdy,eclebested PROFESSOR' =LUL
D., L. L. D.. Protemor of Clormlso7, - ,
Yale Oolle.m Member of t h e 1.2 Hint. Illact..ChU.
Selentifes .et.tee of America and Econ..'
doom the Cbamy Pectoral an Wadeable conmosltion '
fromemos of the best articles in the/dated& Maims. and •
wry reketin remedy for the elms of.d Helmet It is Inten
ded to owe." New Hawn. CI.. Nor.l, 1049.
KAJOR PATTISON; Praidest of the S. C. Henan, states
that he has used the Berry Nana, with wonderful enc.
ems, to cow an Indasonallon Of the /11341.•
ph.. one 4/ Tha Ara Pfrynchtse De Maim. •
"Dr. J. C. Ayer, Lownll-13Wrot mw eootbnNT
'atingle= mll in my yeacts ti ltd i c l t obo r Has
= of many se" re Led ll= cotfetneed It well care
cousla, colds. and , Smesem of the laned that bane to
Mance all other remedied 1 Inedrly recommend its
Ive in cues of don, aml madder it audition but
Itaapectfolly iemsl.l. COEHILLN, 31.
Prepared and sold by JAMES C. AVER, Prsetioalchero•
Int. Lowell; Hama
Sold In tittaborate wholesale aselreign. bilt..o FAH
IHMIOCE k CO.. and J:3l. TOWNSEND._
In Allegheny City, by IL P. SCHWARTZ end J. DOD
GLAD: and bYDrodadotenotneredly. . JeZlawlltchT
A - Valuable Improvement in.Trassee - •
R. lIARTYS Improved Patent TRUSS
D - and ROPTIJIIB IiEM'DY. by which a. permaneet, - •
curt can b. effected. - Übe Tram is entirely tUrer.ftt "
farm mat print:Wes of action from other. Trusses, WIMP •
all th. edrentagre of e well.regulated and uniform prom-,
urn The tremors centre so regulated as to sire *me end
eomfort In the moat difficult cam of Berate.- oat an be
I.:resent to &meet any farce dratret - The prem. Is at
torat, smi being
.ht to U. Inenuallatell over the -
Itsralal evening, and edurdins parka nearlty and retell-
Me et all thane. roll •usider eh*mad rialto& mode. ,
By the nee of thla Trost. when IMP tied WOW ir rrr • swill- •
Jul matron, the wearer la yyle cai the danger Of
aramgolanon, or any other dangerms Tortagll 111. P.
Lon. which Ix rot ea unfroonent =um= In the war.;
log of illy adepteattrauses. It is • very aannom practice,
toe personsaffita..ed with Boaters to sun • trao gnaw •
ply It themselves. Thu Le a bed. preettea. vat& can tor ,-
read lazZlthca= undentand tut anatomy at tbe,
most reepeetfally call the attention Of Phrtt
dans to Wm Tram. as tee kwa L they will appreciate ,
alue: We al. hare • variety of other Trams at the L .
lowest pliant InAnkTruesea kept consumalY ao Mad , =
M= kfdeDOWYJAh g egenta, ,7•
• Dr. Hard's- Abdomital Supporters."
THESE SEIPPOP._ !PS ate intended eltllef:
it On the pro of Proisons md all thosedli ,
eases ohne mechanical mini lathsAlmforatml Pleas .
fr pound. :ter giro pried roppore, to the abdominal
orpos, and now La erfan .11h 07.01 S br all.
ma. produced by , s Moskom of she 11.=i1 ravel. •
aroPrdapele Uteri. Yallbui of the lloore t tt d. Pilm.Coettm.
Itert & Pamr I rrupt...l th* Om. ,concha 13hortmos of and /Math:
Palpitation of the flout. Difmodo. and Mom! &batty.
. • 'llO Wool mt. - • •
Isodathalezoo of Thiss.(knaral Prt:lstWm end.;
Demme.' Sphdts, and Gleam' &Of of lllnd. od. add. l
giros imaded lata relief by reaming the fbantala OS health
slamirtlt. thi blood. Itlaratrallsem hod haracds. odeda.
Wast:mai meretions,. and Om healthy soli. to all the
Its mild alterative r. a. it leraliari7
Mble to the slender and delicate constitution or the &-
Sala It Immediately counteracts that dlstremithl immune-.
loess lad tootitioto oo common to the female etaimaisah
istaperhi an energy and - buoyancy utaurprisineaa they
aratafol. We here vrtiance cm Me which Indoor not
smonsly to recommend thLa medial.* to married pool*
`who have tat been biased with odhyriug.
Yattlapeta Utast, or Yelling *Me Womb, of M. years its*
ding, cured by Dr. Onyvotrs EZtnlct at Yellow• Dothan*
lartaisivina. tater every Ohm kaolin remedy had boat,
tried without relict
lifAsectorece, 0, Yeb.1.5.11749.
This orrillio that my •195. aced T. years-has =Semi •
.truler the stave coothlatat for dee years. nearly ell 7 that
time coollhed to Der bed. I thifortr years constantly.
employed LI. best medial talent that could-be procoredia.
lhifeeetlon of the country, *Rhone Lay boreal erhateeerr
I bare alto parellated every kortmustent mom:tied too
the esrs of each dieesoes. all of which proved. worthier. . .
/rt the eirrlas of 11143. I tree Ledticed by Morale to
tr7 Dr. finreotr . • Yellow Dock mad Damp:rills, whit/lens
wed fur fottr,=onthi. After an bad need 11 for abont. bar
*etas. It we., evident . to all of as that she woe irtvorlac.
and from Dalai:We abe Improved mien aritl galtteDflesh
and ozettzth. Mal aim to 0o irajo7h= moateu mllcui
health. SOL MONI7OIIT. 7 7
_ _ .
We. being neighbors to Wm. gig Julia Menforh Inoms
thst the Memo statemmts. as to th. aloha.. of Wm Mone .
fort. and *a to the cure being offereeelbg ciStrnAro Trio.
Deck gut harsapseillo, aro strictly
1 9 . 4 4 9 4
Eii a Era—Coal of 0. N..Lamard.
EIZOII/3. aw.s. Dee. 1. IM.
Mean g. P. Bennett k Co:—Beats: Nome time is 1945
I was attensd with Eines Ent in my mm. whiohbeo.ot
so won I could not sae it. and to Itgb matilleation set
I emploint. at dlfkrent times, each phnicisn of ealebritY.
winm my ma; all told me my erotmint M nosindkbaL
From the ebadder, to the forearm was foil
sores: 11l strength at ttda time was ammletely exhane ,
ed. msd m 7 lemma mesh emanated. emathsosi MILO
state nail ILA when If., an ednertherossat (Owleags
Fellow poet sod Samaperfile) 'which I Dent and main •'•
bottle of the article. 0 uyeetge Yellow Dock sod Sersalisi
Slits caged' toe; I took ns other mad, while ming it:
and Olt myself Dental 7 well before ming the dsth hot
tie. Ltad I used it at the that afpearanes of the tonadya
am sari It Irma have awed me from Tsui of pin sha.
naming. I mast earsatUy recommend every Demon coot':
Crlng °moron,. atotas, m.o. fintsmu:e Teak ,
'Hoek end dampartlie. which Intl sedan them to health.'
Tottrn to =nit.% COL LT-01;4%10).
' Caro of an ammected rate of - Eryripelm; ,
The ewes perSorreed by Dr: - fiumsett's Xatsiet of Ti;flow
Dock and Bersaperills, ita harm. The pekoes general . -
health tont:Mute to =von after 41seskee Is rougrec.i.
Cure. ere not & rankled - until Was by hilly tested that -
there oat be no alma. or return of Mathews. •
Neaver.llakimer Fommi.llso. • •
• Is. F, lthadth ereatPlawas , Oat
I mite you shinst the =7 happy ants of year Yellow
Q.* and Beriaparfila upon my an, Igo bag= been eel.
teeing Medea that &welted endleatbseene dgesserErydpe
a; with which he VMS attacked la 1148, and waif= Age ,
of =tall .undabi..i.ot av bast phy.kis.;
tied their still temsearteety for firemouths without ugy
results wbtatet: 11. Wan reduool to a Ita. ,
fart Aiken. • Ile had alters - front Lis kip to his Mao.
time cub Nr.te dboberelua dierusdully grange
metter..lloial and gurgiell shall.= halal. Phygelara
sW thit LI. =se was bopelaa: there mkt be
dote to erred thews terrible gangrating ulcers Sly neigh
tore and. myself thought his dimingon beer gland.
One .of my =debtors (who bad cured a child of Scrofula
with your Inralueble itweildrig wished me to Mahe gist=
it; sad;gtore from therestlese data to do somethiggutps
life lasted, than from any hoys of gaging' mlior_ l 4=s. 4 . :
three bottle. of your Tallow " Desk and faraperilia. smt,
6:14.11.11:61 usinm It; and to my astonishment be begs=
to kora. before be Lad wed the third bottle; sodbelb= -
he bed =id a half damn bottles, he could walk but .11i. •
melba ell melee tottles dogag the yea We, and by 06.
tater lest Be pr.rfaily restored,. Erery vestlge of the
gases. =rept the seers. Is teurved. and be nate.' In
perfect health at the present, time. Me •rems=7. tads
the Magog of Go; la manly owing to the use of your .:
Yellow Deck and garaparills; and lamas you thatl Jael
myself under vest obliestkme to you. std It is ittb Vett
joy Call Inform you of whet your ferayarllla Itse don..„
tia my son. Ilespeetfuny, .
Bold bi 3.p. Pas, (maem a am daffird d PostaTowth
and Walnut eines, CletensnalLOblo, Clerical &genitor t.lee
Wrath and wad to whom all cadet mut be &Wiese& " '
- J. um k Behnennek & Co. J. -L. JoneaiL.
WElsox.jr. litteborsb; Bee&barne AL eichenr CIU.2 ,
L. T. Ronal. Iraeldniton; L. IL Boyle. Colonttorn.ll.
Welty, Cireanaborc. B. Eonnta.BenaniaeU Boni k 011nenv.
Bedfod:need Son, Itunthserdan;MneHrr, Reollldaysttet
Hildebrand & Co., Indiana: J.Z. Wright. Hiner ^ l u
Emu & Co, Ilrookrildr. L Wlleeen & Ben. were&ben '
Merarelad tOe. N. Callender, Meedvilbr. Burton & Col
Me Grabein t Porker. Memel J. Kolir a Co. IA'!"
ler; 8. Smith, BeyerJAN IN=tettost, Warm: 7. L. 8
B. Jones, Ontdereporr, P.Ceno&er. Jr.. linneneeilln. •
I,l2l"Prine.:—.ll per Bot11,e; Six Bottler for $3:
mrsbulrear ' - :
'Y - .. I.Z. ShirstOf . yetcr P trtike. VA ltil ‘ eggi ot ..•-
bettatkat that, baring used /r ...'' th.' '
for the Wilt tone or Pre paw. I think it decidedly =flit . '.
Preparation of the kind of which / t , tieft,eartortedge,:.-
although 1 hats buena:ten net the of :AMC
other atanntacturery. Yews reefeetfo st.l_• cn. 31. D
Prepared and *old tr it. A 5/LIMILS 67 Wood et, epii ..
sold by drape:Du generally. • myl4. _ -.-
rera" t"s sq excellent a '
he VANE OOKSaan $6 oyakellrurr d
i.i.Wll:767atad atat;' '
R"'D THIS MORNING, Per Expreo.:.
0 ombradoi alths merest bad mon deelrstie
yu•tlu+eery le. of home., now
The attention al yoroksarrspetico.leilLinelfed to Lbep
elan =win torn - - A. A.-Jd
W. W. WIISON Watch 'bilker;
N 0.67 Market, Came .o.fTottra st.,,Pinsturgh,
111EALER - .Fisi . WATCIII.I4! Jcwat <r,
=7T:bli W9 l , I re=rl l. -, C=fic=2
atamaxmleal hrthuacrits,, and prz=of rlds.
curloas faxldanable soeds.s.dsll.4
War.avort swats:Fla tapd.? =swam amassm..7
the leg EnallsA fad }Toth work=ax. 1.79
HAY RAKES,-40 doz far trale__bi
stT7 ' B. Y. SON 1107INflo& & CO.