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A few. days ago wo took -occasion to , . notice •
new doctrine which sorao people are. attempting
totmgraft upon Idea(*) dernocracy, and of irhich
pima,* Welker ispiree to becolde,
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the !enthodintetf—we allude to the claim that in
set rip tluit evely,man . is intitled to as much of
the national, detrain as will make a farm, 'free
gratis for nothing.' We suppose; _ however, that
one 114111tould he entitled to only one end
itoing n'int thin stinposittoti, we would like to 1010 W
whether_ a Man ewning a valuable tarn inPenn
sylvania aidleasing it Out for fora tram of years
i‘nd .then going, - say to, Wisconsin, - world he be
'entitled to a traCtg land, in that State, free of
charge? Thencipribably, are details withwhich
the ange propagatora of the new doctrine haie
.not .troubled themnelves. -
Brmagnin, how long would. oar notional do
main, if disposed, of upon such tame, stand be
'fore the domande ot_the infilienkof
• , . _ •
ions in our .
ornt country and . ;b . :l'D:trope ? The
industrious ana the:. idle,•the orderly and the
laerlas, the deserving American citisen, and the
English feloa,'inn ;nerd, the beef and the worst
of our are to bo pail:mon perfect equrdity.
The perishes of England and Ireland, by the ex
pe4tore.of slow dollars ahead upon their pau
pers and vagrants; could transform 'them into
American:freeholders. Or,are :foreigners to be
excluded fiord the advantagee of this wholesele
'benifietit:.These nolitical dictotabave not told
'lts anything abont that. Indeed, Bushmen only .
deal in magnificent generalities; butwe will ealte
It for greeted that foreigners are not to be exclu
ded: 'Well then, there . are perhaps two millions
of landless men lathe United gtates, and forty
noillione in Europe, so we , sec that large as our
. public , dm:ash:Lis, it would allbe taken up long
t bettors all those entitled to it could be supplied.
' Mist atreteendons scpamble there would be! Bat
what littisisionfeetild made far the hinditiosti
foe we suppose oar.benevolent nev-lights are not
gulc; to leave thfm to. the sad fate to which an
old *adage consigns that Unlucky claws
=ash f oe the first" class of agrariatta, , 'the
onlyqie+Tose tineire upon Uncle Bata's domain
bat here comes' SS more advanced class, whose
, idesi run immeasurably: beyond those of , whom
4 ' we have been speaking.,,' At a self constituted
Industrial Congress," which latelyboriored the
city of AlbanY with its presence the following.
resolutions, among others, were adopted:
Resolved,. ihat no all Sustenance comes pri
marily frit= diesel!, audits existence is impossi
, Ma without access to it, therefore the right of
every one to 130muchas his needs require, with
out price,is self evident.
Besolved,,That in the light, of nature, and of
• that Pravidenee Which is no respectorof- per
. Soca the • bounties of nature belong equally to
till, of which each bas the right to partake to the
extent of his necessities; therefore, no one has a
right tontine of the earth's surface, which is a
proiiaion of rieture,,than he can cultivate with
his own hands,..if ho be ,a,:faruer. or to , Mote
then he wishes tense for the comfort of his tam
ily if helm a mechanic, Merchant, or,prefession
al man, lila by no doing, he rob some one else of
; . . ! ,..,Ihorlogic of the first resolution is irresistible,
and it melds - ens , benighted world the sl.qotilsh
ing face," that all sustenance comes primarily
from the Soil?" t Bo fer'sllis very clear; but
whether'the 'sylogistie argument built upon that
fist tinges Amion.the Word ..qustenspco" or,
• soil?". is ;a problem-too deettfor ns. •.The mead
• -Mg wouldleadlll to interpret it to stem that
exietence is : impassible irithortyacness sesta.
nonrf," - Thie;•7o4. l ;!!& l wonami tal- discovers
But possibly they rriiari that existen6s is impos
: sible without eicesito the soil. --It se, they as
sert what inot trite and the tenclusion falls
to the ground.: '
Bat it the second resolution that Ife . wiall
attention. NO one," say then". has a
right to more ettheeartit's surface than be can
cultl;•iai .ith - Aa•oirn kandi, if he he a farmer."
%at say, anr tarmsts to that? . Now the
don ittite% hew. Much of the....earth's 'surface"
, can tScasa:cidillatef.wiih hie arm isoads; Vise
saes ?qui? lirenty! or bow many? .But no
matter whether he does'it superficially or thor
i t ougblt 'partially or'.carelessly, he must 'do it
with his own hands ;: and relinquish. all right.
and title ti any mote of the "mirth's surface I"
Agairt,if, he happen to be a mechanic or pro
: fissional num, be is to beentitled to is Mira
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ssa wirmsefor the comfort of his family,
m0re.:;,130 then, fertness, look out for that new
order of iidngs, when you will be restricted to
just as mach as you can ..cultivate with 'your
own hands." You must not hire any. If, you
have grown so old tbat'you cannot mdtivateWiy,
why you connot have any. Is tot that a fsir
_ fereace,t , And should a shoemaker or a lawyer ,
. _come along 'and set himself down upon your
broad itOm, yor • iMust. lethiM have as much as
ha wishes to vise," but no more. You are to have
as much as you cat cultivate with your' own
bandy;_ lens much as he wishes to use. He
may wish to use your • fields for pastures, and
piehi, and pleasure grounds,.-"for . the oomfort
of his family,". and under the foregoing resolu
tion his right cannot he disputed.
Such, dear, reader, is a fair statement of the
absurdities which are becoming alarmingly cur,
rent, and'are seriously defended by presses of
whom better -things might be expected. Doc
trinei so Utterly beyond the pale of reason and
coalmen seaSe; that it is. next to impOssible to
bring s an argiunent to bear against them. .
,GISDDOIO.IIP.A.SOBA.MA or ins Nitr..--Ire trust
that, for their own sakes,. our readers - trill not
forget the very interesting end instructive exhibi
tion now open at the Athenentm. The attind
ante thas far has been very large, bat we believe
that so soon as the Inuits of the exhibition are
known to . oar cititens, the span-ions hall will ,be
The Panorama, represmiting views and Beene
ry upon both bank" of the Nile, for a distance of
1720 miles, is far superior lit 'execution and art
istic finish to. anything or the kind we base ever
witnessed. The delineation of the figures ~ the
arrangernent of light and shade, and the richness
and truthfulness of the coloring, are unsur-
In addition to they Panorama, the visitor has
before and. around him a complete museum of
Egyptiaw antiquities. Here the evening, can be
profitably spent in examining the mummies of
=envied animals, and the very large collection
of plates and &Swinge which make up an in
teresting portion of this exhibition.. We irouhl
advise our readers to attend as soon. as the doom
are °Petted, en as to have an. hour to examine
these numerous objects of interest before'the
Panorama begins to move.
In exidaining the Panorama, and describing
his plates and drawings and numerous specimens
of slxtipities, Mr. Miami has no equal. He
ittoroughly understands his subject, and his re
marks sre . thoce of the scientific lecturer, instead
of the set phrases of the traveling exhibitor, who
relocate his desciption with' the sameness and
°memo:Jere loses rich trent and a tughly
instinetiraTmeatus of increasing their stares of
knowledge, =less they visit 'Mr. Gliddon's ex,
butithitCas - often as possible while it remains
TbAntblirther of the Lane:oder Eagle his been
indicted:Cal i aviolation
of the law passed lost
wined name abrade:lag lei:brides, and beaten
eediellyili:andot one cent, be . baying rimed
ignieszkiti. , . , .Re 4:l:presses an meant hope that
the fine -be expended in buying small pats .
toes bar tho Woman%
The Land Refortaa re et Ref To have held
* ** l ***iinifs eI
gloriously . resolved
ter the contest 0f.1852 on the hone of Land
and Libor reform, resolved to conquer or die,
in the come of Free Bows for ell. -If they will
only, ”eonquer or cripple," we will think
Tue CHITILCIIStriI:.—Tbe Christian
Advocate and Journal states tha tthisbeok agents
of the Methodist Episcopal.-Church, acting upon
the suggestion' of the Court in the late trial re
apecting the church.property, hare propowl to
theuomMissioners of the Church, South, "an
adjestmeid of their preferred claims by a legal
aibltraiiotA alder the authority of the. Court.';
We sie,slad to learn this, and , trust that the
South . wi with equal promptitude and cheer
feloesa, meet the proposal ruorably.
2te`North Breath Berk le, for May . .-TL star
hog periodical, reprinted in New YOrk, , is now
before no, filled with articles of the highest in
tenet On many of the great questions of the
dip, such so ...France lance 1848 ;" " P011:12s of
Infidelity lathe Nineteenth Century;'. "Animal
Magnetism," &c., &a W. C. Wall, Fourth et.
Locorocrusx aln TEI BLATIMY Qvcarton.—
the Biaiervale Apakuldan, a spirited democratic
paper, mikes the following remarks in speaking
of the nomination of Messrs. Bigler and Clover,
of whom it epialis highly o
: „ The Whip will, :without doubt, re-nominate
Gorr. Johnston, and although the contest may be
a Ail= one, we have no doubt of CoL Itiglees
election by a large majority,: wakes kia defeat
should be brought about by A. movement which is
&Mg made to place [het . ..dig is aeruckling attitude
towards the South, for ...be . .spose of forwarding
the designs of others twilipilrunsiour to rerawe the
&tam andinflienom' .There are thousands
when a contest is narrowed down to a cholaebe
tWeen a Candidate pledged to the disdnetire
meszcass of the Democratic party,' or one of the
opposite, will unhesitatingly sad cordially Sup
port the former; but who will neve, do so - if it
cannot be done without shouting pee toislavery
and smothering their natural feelinotin favor of
liberty. The rewind= of the Convention in
opposition. to the anti-kidnapping law of 1847.
while it may advance the interests of those it
-was intended to aid, Assn neither prore a credit
to the party nor a benefit to the nominee, espe
dilly when it is remembered that that taw was
octal for by Colonel Blear, mid slowed by Francis
Shwa, a:man whom the Ihnwracy delighted to
The leaders of that party jail very soon end
that they overplayed their game s in their anxiety.
totoehe capital for Mr. Bechuoux in the South,
and to anew Goi..F?heaton into the wrong. for
declining to approve. of the bill repealing the
law of 1847, above spoken of.' His conduct- in
that matter Will be cordially approved of by , a
great majority of the people of Pennsylvania;
who are eatisfied• that the law of Congress
quite sufficient to pr °MCC 'the interesta of the
slanholder, without remoting the barriers which
were jastly act up against the kidnapper—a law
which had the rote and approbation of Colonel
Bigler and Governor Shrink. -
NSETING 0/ 11# YOBX LT.,0111 . • •
Jibe Legislature of. New Task resembled at Al
briny yesterday noon In extra session, in parse=
onceof the tali of the Gcreertor, whosetr.essage
an the orgadration of both }lnset we.find in
the New 'Verb paper liskerening. It occd
pies about a column-and a quarter of the Jour
nal of Commerce, and is an able well considered
document. 'After 'alluding in general terns to
the abrupt termination of the regular ars.
!ion, and the disordered condition in which- the
Public business was left, as the reasons (*Or his
summoning anextra session, and ordering a new
election to blithe Scats of--thereslgned Senators'
the Elorritior , rays: ,
. - It is a subject of gratifying reflection, that, in
the election recently held, so, large a portion at
the people of the State, rising above a party
divisions„ shouldbareproelaimed their adherence
to the vital principle of our institutions, which
Clothes a constitutional majority with the power
to decide public vestiontiand control the action
of 'our representative .bodies. ,The temporary
prostration of the legislative power.. by this Ite
ces6ort of a minority, was= emit which could
hardly Stilt* produce a deep - impression upon
the public mind. , A you:edam of this . charaa.
ter has never, before (=erred since the forma
deli of a republican government in this State-
He then dwells upon the - necessity of the mi
lenity submitting 14 the will of the majority,
and goes on at length to, examine the Imbject of
the enlargement of the public works, their im-
Meuse ralneto the tjtat, 7 , - the constitutionality
of the canal bill. its: in regard to the last
named'point, he eays:
' The tattooist provisions of the cone:aim were
intended net to defeat but to insure the comple
tion of the Erie Enlargement and the Black Riv
er and Genesee Valley -Canale—Yorth dual-
A little while beft*JohttE. Ca'homes death,
some of hie triads conceived the idea of ratting
a fund Uppity off hie debts and Bead him to Eu
rope, and unlimoirti tu hire had pertly eiecuted
the plan ithetklie died. They hate given the
money raised ($3a,000) to id; widow. A eery
honorable incident to all parties.
MILIMILL LSD MS- WZBltillrell - BITLT. — A cor
respondent of the lidetton Atlas. 'grain from
Vienna under date of April 6, says
", Not word has appeared in the Vienna pa
pas in relation to the Austrian Charge's last let
ter to Ur. Webster, and Mr. Webster's reply.
This may Seem the more singular, as the news
of the fugitive slave affair was announced by
telegraph from London, to great characters. A
difficulty of their owe, representative with a for
eign power, which threatened at one time to, in
terrupt friendly relations, would seem to con
cern them more nearly than the liberation of a
negro. But it appears the government does not
wish to have the subject called into Omission at
home—it might ratite attention, and_throw out
a light that would be disagreeable. From the
beginning of the difficulty there has not been a
word said in the public papers, on , one side or
A Lavas—The following account of a leper,
front the pen of Ur. Counter, a late traveler in
the East, will afford our readers a pretty cor
rect notion of the appearance of the srafferera by
that etrange disease: •
°One evening, while strolling along the sea
shore, I saw each an extraordioary °ldea before
me, that I could not take my eyes off of it. It
was a man, whose clothing, like that of all the
lower orders of India; was a piece of clods wrap.'
ped around the bodY, from the waist downward.
His skin was perfectly white, and seemed glared,
ta if seared with a hot iron. His head was un
covered, and hie hair; which was precisely the
same color as the skin, bins down in long strips
upon his lean and withered shoalders. Him:yes,
with the exception of the India, were a dull,
murky red, and he keptihemfixedon the ground,
as if it were pair:Sailor him to look up, which I
found to be the case. Ile walked slowly-and
feebly, and he was so ftightthlly thin that he
seemed to stand before me a living akeleton. I
moved toward him, bat be walked farther from
me, beseeching - me to give the smallest trifle to
miserable old man—en outcast from his home
and friende He
, ol me not to come near to a
polluted creature for whom no one felt p e ty i
He told me he had, dozing man} , years, soft
dreadthily from the leprosy, and triburh he was
now camd, the corpse-like whiteness of his skin
gave unmistakable evidence that he had once
been a leper." .
sloop m TEE intas9lYYf•
The Missouri Republican, of the Ttb Instant,
' Inch by inehtiewater is graduall ygaining up- ,
on as, and unless we are soon favored with a de
cline in the upper rivers, we mast anticipate
most calamitous consequences. We begin now
to fear serione damages to property, and pro
duce; Minna to our landing, and harbor im
' prisements, and a suspension of business opera
tions Bath as resulted from the great rise of
i• The officers of the steamer Ocean Wave,
which boat arrived yesterday mccning from Mi
nds niter report that at Beardstown it was
was on a stand, but that below thstpoltd, it win
atill Bomenacent hcavy - Talnsabove lead
its to apprehend still another rise - of the Illinois
The lastticcounte from the upper klississlipi,
giro a fall of three inches at Galena, and yet re
ceding slowly. The sate Kearney, down. last
- evening, reports a fall of three Mutes in 24 howl,
at Keokuk, of one inch in the same at Quincy,
and a rise of one inch at Clarkatille. The ofii.
cent of steamer Dubuque, however, from add:me
infomeu that the stammer Dr. lPhaddira, Vigo
St. Petal, which was met inierer, river, report: .
ed an additional rise above. The Dam Moines
river is Wing fast.
Fiona the Missouri "the steamer bn= Vista;
down yesterday, reporte another rife of seven!
feet... This, however, Is notecambroated by our
telt:veil& dispatch,"wldeh is mush later.
• at thla point the river MO daeingshm , , aday
night 44 lopes, sod yostozdoy up to six o'clock
a...pr, Webs& a wise of 19 inches
main • - be
twenty-four ham Tits wit& is now 11 inch
. beow.the city pirosiz put rat Wow the;
high lister mark of 1844. Atthe upPer end of
the landing. froM Locust street to Cherry, the
water helix:ached the curb stone:and at many
points is at the store doom Battle Raw is in
part submerged, and the occupants on Thursday
evening, or during the night, removed their
effects and pitched . their quarterii other
portions of the city. The • mord:mots in. that
district hayeall removed their goals from the
Every inch of the space we have mentioned is
covered by water—drays and other vehicles;
however, with 'come difficulty, yet wade over that
portion of the landing; Below Locnst 'street, the
,merchants along the entire Levee were yesterday
forenoon actively engaged in removing the heavy
articles of sugar, salt; molasses, to-, from the
lower to the upper stories. Many expect' that
not building on the binding will be ex
empt from the invasion of the water. Many
merchants are removing their goods to wart
houses on Main street, and even further back,
have begun to. experienee to
ficulty in finding room to discharge their cargoee
Yesterday,seteral availed themselves of the emus
streets, whose sidewalks were soon encumbered
with freight of every variety.
The water has spread over-all the flat grounds
at the , lower end of the city, compelling the w
raps:its of =say houses to select their residen
ces elsewhere. At Quarantine Island, the rise
lacks about one foot of reaching the buildings,
The eastern there of Duncan's Island is washing
sway still, at the rate mentioned last Thursday.
The section lying lint of the slough which runs
through the north-eastern portion of the
is almost entirely submerged—very little of it is
now visible. The bloody island dike still steads,
but is under water. Bloody Island, on the east- I
em shore, is washing away pretty rapidly.—
At its lower extremity ' there is a apace of on
ly about onoptinudred yards that is Still out of I
water. lierr's island, above, is almost entirely
On the main shore opposite, noistown has
been totally deserted, the lab tants having re
to the siurptmding country and to this
city. Ames' pork house Is surrounded by water,
as also the ice house of the Planters' House.— I
The turnpike from this plate to Papstown is three
feet tinder water. The culvert of the turnpike
has been washed away, and there is no way of
reaching dry land from the ferryboac but bp i
barges, which are constantly plying back and
forth. Papstown, also, is deserted. The town
of •'Venice is inundated. In this place the • wa=,
ter is deep and running into Cakokis
The two bridges acres! Cahokia creek, in
I.lllnoistown, have been washed away, the upper
bridge having started at three o'clock yesterday
afternoon. The Casey Hamad bridge has been
movedby thewater running np the creek, and on&
of the benches has sank about as much. The
bridge back of Venice was washed away some
There are now in the city a number of persons
—men, women and children--who have been
driven out of the bottom by high-water. Many
of them are entirely destitute of even the neces.
series of life, and some provision ought immedi-
ately to be made for them. For their relief, a
public meeting might be held, or some other
steps should at once be taken. Perhaps the Poor
Committee, having funds remaining over from
last winter, might feel themselves authorized to
appropriate the money for the relief of these un
Expcn.oa or Bosnia—Ttra Brsti.—The Em
pmor of Remain, so far from opposing the circu
lation of the Seripbsres in his dominions, gum ,
curtly remitted, at one time, duties charged upon •
2%000 Bibles sent into St. Petersbusgh, amount
ing to £2OO. The British and Foreign Bible So
ciety• have an agency in the Russian capital,
which has been actively engaged for years in
scattering Bibles and Testaments without mo
lestation, either from the government or from
others. The total issue of this agency - up to the
9th of February • 1850, amounted to 254,094
The Protestant. Bible Sociay in St. Peters
burgh, has, during the last four years, either
printed or published 10,075 Bibles and 98,832
Testaments in various languages and dialects.,
The Britiiih and Foreign Bible Society authoriz
ed their committee to print 25,000 New Testa
ments for _FiaLand, and the last report of this
Society skate that' "there had been distributed
in-that province alone 64,000 Bibles, and Testa
ments, and that there extsted most eager de
mand for the Word of Life." The same Society
I determined to distribute 15,000 Swedish New
Testaments among the Swedes residing in Fin
land, and all of them have been taken into Rus
sia free of duty.
Paimots.—An Irialt famßy, consisting of four
persons—father, mother, and too children—were
burnt to death on Thursday last, on the works of
the union canal, 10 or 12 miles below Hummel,-'
town, in this county. They occupied a mall
tenement in whither= stored • quantity of chips,
Sm., and= the fire 0.... . ~d in day time, it ill 'M -
Iposedthat Intoxication woo the cause of their ter
rible death The blackegid and crisped remains .
tithe =fortunate family were brought to this
Iplace on Friday afternoon, and were interred in
lburying groundofl l it Patrick's church.—fc.
Foreign and American Hardware.
LOGAN, WIISON & CO.,
No. 129 Wood Street,
HAVE NOW IN STONE
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1 ! HARDWARE,
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Pk ale by Rayner • McDowell. 140 Wood street; R.
Beller, 07 Weed etree4 R. A. litha. t Co, carter
Wood sad Front demur, D. M. Curry, D. A. Elliott, Joreidi
Douglaes,and 11, P. &berretta, Allegheny, elm hr the Prr.
prletor. B. M. the .
aollelter•T Canal Ilan.bravrith at- Pittabunth.
gee litcLeriee Livia Pinta.—ln offering 1
this =did= to the poblii, the mooned.; ore will we
OM they have to encounter • Motility tmemtsel by the
counties. impositions which hwei been palmed upon the
auhllc under the shooed( potent medletnes. We ma cow .
Tinged, however, that It la only novegna7 to Mee their re , '
=dr • trial to place it lo publie vlimation for above all
medical gavots of tta bled ervir armed to the oubile. it
is the invintlon of em enlighteved.espvienced. mile...
al Weldon, who tn. many years need It to his own prow
tinf, when its mat so ad him to offer it to the
' public at Ivo. ,m l
Tor We by ' /. J. KIDD it CO.,
jelgoliftwlte -A t , i: Ito. eo, Wevsl so
Every family ; Could at once procure a'
bottle of the vest= Item Sbr saes or beastooll
ed Ferrell'. Lb:omM. tbe mon
atm. path! In • tets =looter, re terra the mamba enti
or Mut voter, and tboss cores AM joint. It penetrates the
dab to the bone, relax= contracted mob, cares dim..
tlem and palsied limb. of total - reereetandlng tn
merl, iswellecinerg. enlargement of te. stbodx,,god the
bat =Whim for allmemts of cattle ever ttleurvOnt - egring
rit.ooT. sod all dlacases vblo,Vontekt los
eaure---any =II= See adlettrement
Citizen's Insurance Carapany'etrtts burgh
ENCOURAGE COME INSMIITIONS
Odia N 0.41 NraterUtreit, la ills irslioas of C. 11
Ma Cornball Maw Ptolarel bum:sill trd.gii.
stotttro,.,mdmiti trmiltitora. voww ..bi ls all , to.
ire 14 ,I:oltrous or Pittsburgh. and morgig,
known to Ms ecoramalty Sir thelivnutore.
and In}easit7• g, g
ja6atarrarth; a. 1i5it344: 531 . or. Oita.&
• .urgh Life Inetalci - Compapi
p~j ply ;
NO. 7 FOURTH ST c &At,
rmiand:—Lou. s. mom . , ;
""" .o...Predadrnor= l " 3 .. • .
.474. wirertioraust maw put a tits pPput
NOTTCY TO Tll Pratac:--The - Diyi Goods
!deeelueds of Idsrkit street has sid speedier dope t hg r
stores in the maths of Jaz* - JuIT.:AUMN
JanoUT sod ratourry of mn. Tar. It 7 eclat, P. X.
The radio an lambi Mautotto =sic. their yozd
Naas the slated ttors. Para
• r k:rbisol
Galni-Arbe de.a.A . 1 1 ..W.Y mosst.l %Wert
ber famed tbli day, owoodardat 10 0 . 0 1 0 ,1,AAL.,,,r0.
reed to tho Allesturor Cemeten,
yeaiea Faring Raid Bariety.
AMEETINF4of thaldinagercaiiltbe held
at 'the' Itotplig, Ifraular:the'lath Inst. at 0 ,
.p. M. Tb. Managers an tetenateo lu take with
• • • ":
• • `'
• Made in wood.
WHITE'S celebnitrid BRASS BAND will
ttrform to this flardaia oa IrtrEBDAY ITENTNO,
June 17th. commenting at .I,peat 8 teolooa.
The rte./ Coat LLAMA 1 lohno• of the Chlaftolo)
leases her lauding Immediately below the OW Allagbeor
Bridge. at the begloolon of sash boor. An o=anbos
loaves the corner of Fifthand Market sheets every half
hour. All running dined to thi llaroleta Adadttatour 10
mono childson fr. when ikooosolnalad by ejario m o n.,
TWENTY-FIVE active, intelligent • MIN to
mall m Pennsylranb,Obira sod Waitaru Vbraula. a
wery popular =I oleable book: Out:potent tarn eau
make fr om four to wan dollar. P.' dar. Apply to .Com
ial, 32, St. Marl. flood.
N. o.—All letter. must be pre-paid to mei,: attention.
HEW MUSIC. '
KLEBER bee just received
. Where are She Priesolo:oF my Tooth ,
I roam with thou_
Farewell. If ever trestoemmim
Temperer. Antbem-4.m... ,1 lo the Tuspenuce
row of Merry, poetry Rom Bourses IllgrinesYmitsusK
Fly nrlft. T tePhYor
Go where honor-from CeEnallo, by Verdi;
Ininticur Sour. by - Kmtet.h . ."
The celebrated Cradle Boni, by IF. T. Wallace;
L eleer4nre . •
The Star of Love, • bsentlhal ballad by W. T. Walleso.
Thome happy dila ant tore-. sung by the Irish S.M.
ilaurletta. Walled, Cettert, Keepsake. Hamburg, Fula
. leo polkas. ego, • fine selection of our machhan musk.
wawa marches, and • complete amortmentof Ylolinand
Flute Moak. , tie. 101 Third =net. .
- • • • - -•
toile:errs Phil of adelphia & Liverpool Line
Seilin . Packets.
fieinn Philadelphia on the
16sticiLi aar verp MA aol on th e Ltd eselitheith.
•••• XllOOOB. Nettothel wthete, either . .
1181iLIN. Alfred W. Ernith.,Aileter. • :
EILICILIMAXON. (nth.) W. W. Wed. lather.
the above ships ere Dealt of the beet and roas t *will.
ntaterisle, thd nth mud Ibr the regaddw of their ponother.
they ere Med no sith ell latest improvements ere wort
thorontibly vestalstel, and ere theartheted for their so.
eastoodthons for Sewed Chet* and Steerage litathgewl
'they are othinseded ts. men of acknowledged Went. who
thothalled for th at experience. in th e theigt oaths
Penns desire= of bringing their Meths Man the Old
Country tan obtain sertaWes of theme. which will be
geed for 01000 thatilbs; sod the agents in Indthd end law
etlitha 01111 furnish them with the WOer inforthethof thel
Lnetruetione Malawi to theiralerthlthe.
: Poe the von
hey venienee ge— r wEttLielilatZ t a se=
dieeotint. vAlleMl ' ‘ U n ' t . thed if •ar
th. Walk. Of Poet Once. in the United Moth..
Awrrovielora Iththited ➢ee••a[err ramiae from Liter
Every week the coneeeiau ,•
eavpuee will be fontilb 44
.eseh passenger of 12 years of ise and over la.: lbs. bnied.
2 Ibo. the. 2 et. his. 6 Ilts. oetatesl, 10.thwer. 1 lb. tther.
INWl'Verttn b AlNJig:J44l l,l4 .
treroind .ellowthee of us, either and =Lewes '
- • 0190. litellE.NßY
No. ST Walnut etreeta below Snood Philthelphth
. • nolo. -
earner Elith end Wood et.. Plttebarsb.
VEW MACKEREL-115 lAA& Large Na.
3. assw Scam Jaspectioa. put me'd and taxa.
br . MILLER t RICKILIWN.
011 lll sad =I Lib Fly
INSEE 1) OIL-10 bbls. pure. fur sale by
IA kis - ROBESOA. LITTLE a co. •
JIJ/ACON MANS-10,000 lbs. superior qual
By, La ml• by ROBISON. unix
Li It COjald
BACON SHOULDERS-35,00016x. far ante
by $l6 ROBISON, LITTLI A CO.
ACON-70001bs.11coxis, Sides, Shoulders,
fur ul• by .ISISILLRBAVOR.
UCKETS-25 doz. Marietta, for sale by
' E. t w.BARRAIIOII. •
FEATHERS-2000 the for stge_bj
iae 8. W. MAIHAVOIL
VGG.S--300 doz. for sale by • •
rao • • • ff. W. HARBALFO EL
DRIED PE A CHES--100 biiiihele dried
~rro- it. HAIIBACG/I.
To Inlinen. • •
C RAPE LEISSE , blue - irblie ind
V./ Mom. Zak.
env% vA1t•413 , 1 bUtk:
Insed. lane, blue. idut 0 , 41
Aritticial }lemma. Le: S. sae In .
.lICIFER MATWIES-T i VitV
rs sad 0
ad to the
Noti to Contract
BALED PR t FOSALS will be received at
tbe Otke or IL . RIXO. north .t. slain the hides
coD anemia Earl eftnereville, (whole number
of cubic earls estivate-I to be ISAIXL) Masa la Clete
elzeaes .. to date ropecetely tbe pace pn• cable pad forell
ea L'u=4 , ll, ream tbe boa of the yo
az, the plea of meld real as to be
1.0 at ths oface of IL ;Ifelleerea, En, Peas ey.,
all Ineaseltim bib be obtalowl cooceiray add
XTRACT OF A LETTER.—"I hare just
Tinted 51 errleWo war Hotel, in the
.iii of ?4.. 801.2224 on the went Dank of
the • Big Bower neer, In Beaver county. The hoen I.
y e wir . delightful one, and main 021 a very oleaaant re
Nat tram the smoke and dust, and broiling utoy. mtm•
ew e• do, to pittaborgb. Thar room are large and .1 , 7.
the Dodo are el new and of the vet 7 Dart ovality. The '
erc r awklental end ulei=d oat,
ttang " Vont lblo lied Wnset in Pt 7llVc:= In it• 41b=
and to detain Uma who bate bone !hand thelr way tbaro
o w...fled gygy by nrgentAlosa The tonvettienes
.4 getting there, too. Una e indtworment. Omaha.
run tegnlarly teona Web ,u the oseroth of Beam
riven andatt . mgrjarattotel .
.I . ,, zeter . ogo b en
and ottgo anal
are iloolnentir 172.4% ; In very
.hoe[ 101 l a Will gloater eoneeniene. will adotedhe
Penosyliwala eat Ohio Railroad writ mot be in oporation.
oo d th e Deo. .ow to wn eighty yard. of the
Berrien Eton.. -21togetber,
racy *awn Mb hon. to
be a great relent 'during the velment and fatale summer
h gland forgotten to oay th at th e chars,. fla all
this entorrownt will be moderate.
j e mst • o [Poet leant St. and charge Oaaw..l
NEW BOOKS! BEV BOOKS!
A T 110LMES' LITERARY DEPOT, Third
1 1 1 :11,":hro ft it" t 4 .' trartti= : Alton Lock "
London 0.000 Li ' d L. Loud= Paw, N. A ct 1.
Dicta.. of 11.11anice. No. 111.
re,Mll=3rt, S "t4 fi
mon. Shako... , N.A. W.
`t ee Y er
Ainwriak by I. of (Miele.
Wive . b i r ricking.
Tbe Waver,. Nora., a vole
j a de , e y ...th... by Thackarey —.marts.
The Heir of Wan Wayland. a tale: tiy limy Hewitt
!Wahl. la Milk pd., Who
Tito? Tn... by mtg.. U
m. nroll. eta
,Atr e erVlcalijg;
The Bold Wonhipternt or the days well. Bs a futon.
bletorkal novel: by the sailor of . Wliitellriara •
The wiwe amen, or the Forbidden klantatw
8a0e77., of the LIIAOTY of a Pcotrait by no Atonic.
Talbot and Benton, a timid: k l J. L. llcOonnoll
Internatiottal low Jan ,
Th e tewpoeuit no Bindle. of the . 1 . 0•13 by Menet
L e w. By Bomar —No I.E.l cirocludow
Art Journal fur May
Beaton litudispeare. N 0.... coaciadow.
Dictonhi Pickwick Pap Atword—by B. W II Rey
Th. Yen . new novel by .
flodey. Orahm ann Noonan for,J 6nortok goo.
lloYollne of Brunvelet
The nlatore, by Unary Cookton.
The Halts of Ilvrerentaralev; • novel, brit. L. Blanchard
The Honker's Mfr. by T. &Annul . .
Adventures of Pen Owen. by John oat. jolt
J r. for sale by
1.14 . DD s e 0.. tO Wad st.
INSEED 01L-1000 gallons (to arrive)
for ale br I. KIDD 00.10 Wood et
QPIAITS TURPENTINE-40 bbbt. (to ar
L. 0 , 0 far nth by J. KIDD At CO,
)d460 Wood at.
LARD OIL-10 bble. for solo by
Jel4 J. KIDD It OD. do Wand
REFINED BORAX--500 lbe for !Lola by
014 .1. KIDD t 00., IM Wood st-
FISH -15 bble. New White;
likl4 J. B. OAtillthD.
SALERATUS-100 bbbl.oxes pure;
for ,ale by
3.14 J. IL CAN YIILD.
LAX-1000 IN. for sae by
J. 13. CANFIELD.
I EARL ASII-30 bbbs. for sale b'
J. B. CAN WIELD.
- I — itay.FD OIL-30 bble. Griswold's brand;
1.4 Ler wl. br i 4 J. B. CANFIELD.
POTASH -4 caskh for male by
j. 1 4 .I. B. VANYEELD.
FIRE PROOF PAINT-1.0 bbls.-Ibteale by
BUCILETS--40 dos. Marietta make,for sale
jel4 J. 11. CANT/LLD.
IIiZES--200 boxes for sale by
014 J. U. CANFIELD
014 . JAMAS DA LL. Voter , eL
CHEESE -80 Wxes for sale I?y_
ISAIAWater H DICKU
• .014 and lrcot
SUMMER CLOTHS, for ' Men's arid Boys'
Wean stse. Tweeds. Clabitiercots, Cesstmeres, ite_, to
exesived .00 off.Tou
Jel3 . MURPHY t EURCRIVIRIZ.
'BLACK SATIN VESTINGS-Murphy
Borcheakt bars receinii•yuyiply of the *boy* poWa,
CAIN[. 113.3 Of * vtiry SUDariar quality. JO 3
F : E, o 11120U5 qu.
- reeettetl edithe hhe et the sting a
}aiS- httlltPllY BUILCIMELD.
WILO WILL SI/ITER for the lake of ea
'ON. Douai/ Brown's great dolllrlOSE Wm
, for Ms PILES. for
Jal3 E. SELLERS, 57 Wood .1.
Cloo dollar's worth has mood oh. most &Moult coma
TVIMOTIIY SEED--34 bblo. for sale by
1 jelti J. le IL PLOnt.
Fresh, for sale bv
Ida • ' . 11?1 , 1019..
Mile l / 2 N. Y. Solo, for sale
jid3 J. a S. YLOID.
. . . .
ME* - L - : -
1f OPEN AT ,ATITEN.EIIM
GLIDDOWII ter famed Treasparent PU1t6109.1l
, EGYPZ AND .ND_BIAI • ..
'.1.1.....ar•Aptr:7 trWi r , ttirgeß_HigraTrg i
ow peption., DA, R. 01141 don. un - I , lla. No- u (I.
ts . at ' AU - ht.tigelY mao
—ITZLI`h andPatarday atter.
I . 4es et 3, , Wee dec.. aims an Pout before. Admieeion
O'veri=hMggrel=l,l. "Pl ur a
. , , •
- firth r i f giarki Parka k Co. Bochzter.,
bo Afll l' eoutinas the Rubes as
r rA s E " s b is: se sad mi. a out a e.m.
- AO the bn.frLe4',of the late Arm to be Wiled hT aald
"' rgibA" ' l'' "it G. nauturov
K. 0. PARKS.
G. H. BARTON. •
Plttabarstquie Ib, IBM.
AVING ion4o a . chavak .usuiese
afagoiVlarke, Parls e itt..” all the bto=gola " ;
freight t 00%•
l'lte Vol= Moto Cleveland.
Lake Erie end Ylichigan Line to Ette.
_Bandy ant Be4ooo LIDO Co llosailloo,
, Popreat Packet Lioe to Cleveland,
And a/to tb. tateinott pertaining to ateamboata allehigan
and Beaeer, lat done tieoesitee through JOHN A-
C A 110 lIET. one Atent‘at Plttabargh. Pa. =ca. ctOtoe
" W"" kAR . •
Pittsburtn.Jone 11.,57..—/Jel2 Albert!, pa,
Bea Batbmgape :May, H. J.
VONGRESS HALL is now open roe the ie.
ceptibli of Thins. The
hmetofote mra w r. %Val tor t &
u erdicit tVe m e r nTrid to etett ben. irar ta " =raajo
Ow present mem; btu ho trti their borne: se.
teneements and accommodation, he trust.. trill be more
to eurdomore than an
_widen hate heretofore
=misled upon the bland. Me rebored:. has taken
pen. to procure good and Wardle@ notated *errand. no.
der the anavtetton that they are beet tutted tothe customs
end went, of a sotdoelti of the erdourtrtat thin raw,
rjrAR AND ROSIN- .
100 tibia. T I cal l
• 103 MtVIO. !gi n. foliala by
1 6 0 6i :rig .
:9 kegs twist Tobsem
• 6 Uses. Pess,b Mee;
7P GP. pp yer,
WO &men Own
OHN W llecan ATT g for sa
.. FOE BALE.
QTOCK of the Merchants& Manufacturers
I ' 3 a ' " '
-" '" k "t ittli. Teti,. lh o:a k i.V.nd Drak,
• math el. _
.WESTERN 'BANK. NOTES, at lowest
3a Zilver, In par Mods, by 11. UniING, Ld fbt
DanUr k.Broker fourth t •
LOT on Perin street, adjoining, ,3111
3 theme stable—wilt to told lot. If destrobto,.the I
too dirtied to toll two Tome , . COQui re of
Deafness, Noise in the Head,
•ll Ditaretabt tititehtrues from the B•
' Speedily and permanently removed!
VtR, lIARTLEY, Principal /twist of the
Nem ark: Eye arl,/ Ear fu g , lug al N
ath street, Pbilulelpltie. hat r dettird to 'protong „his
"' JAM " Aber :Mire, the Doctor may beocunultof in Re
Lim decd. ALlvAerty(agr i llfgpgrne elm beck dwell
log_bouse beyond the
The Doctor feelerusuceil that Me pstienta In Pittrboreb
viillenror a ht walk to the rater eite. and fur their
special accommodation he attest hie boom Umlaut
r alien at the above place. forte 8 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Thirteen ream More and almost undivided attention to
this branch of .p let practice. ban cabled hum to rented
PLo treatment to rueb a ileum of ROM. SS to fond the
meet contirmad w and otatinate
mmeibed carer yield, br a
f Coady at.
minim to the ane ro. inite('
Valuable Lot on Third street for Sale.
ir WILL sell' the Lot on Third Wee!, &d
-ilatable the Velteisterp rstehltsbmtet seTtlat. 'Noble or
Atte ono tads, rest the. Keels. lbws at the Itlsilant Fire
Aftsapatty oa the other. The treat on Third itreet.te 44.31;
tot, with a depth tatter! Second street of 80 tee, more or
leee. There. Ls 84,600, ore tbatteatel to head, the he).
ilte eee l:t ,Lbpandeetrine he
Ta n ey t o l i b :Zi rose ' ee
th. data at
eel. The title Pt perteettrSent.
eellBlBst et the Oleo of Shales it C.. Poesth
NOTICE.—IF MATTHEW LINDEN, the
rmtiorr, tortoetly oflnn. in the oetnitS eeee-
Ineal. and ono of 3tattheo lAadee. the dda. of
1..1=e riser, conteetlenet. owl who ettdrested to NenelfOn.
in the Undol ratite of Millie.. 1 , 1 the Mr IVXL oilthee
opplention. either le pent.e et br letter. to Chubs A.
thermos. No. 3 Mall e(tact. NOW Yolk he will bent of
tetturibloo to Mt adeatvore.
To Gardeitero. . •
FEW titres of Bound near the eity r sui
A l able ordenits. for We. ire of
.le , 0 • L WILKINS 2 On.
acr of Fourth.
rge - assortment,
Ord u( ervrt
LARD --12 bbl, in litore and for gale by
ISAIAH DICKEY t CO.,
. 4Ta t !tont rta
MW OIL of Bennett& Jones!' manufa
tare, for fife b Ita-tItH DICKEY a CO..
.mlO - lister t trout O.
('TORN—dO bbls shelled; for sale by
jelo F. r. VON 80NN1101.237 1 CO.
CHEESE 35b00 for sale by
Jew n. P. VON 1143NNITOILIT 0 CO.
BACON -20 eks.. received and for sale 1 - 17
ken WICK 0 IVCANDLEM .
1 INSEED 01L—l0 bbls for sale ho
.scio WWI: A NV/ANT/LE:M.
CHOCOLATE -128 bon. Bostbfi Chocolate
Ita4s br ir7o - WICK A sresstorrss.
111 RY 11ERIIING—for solo bv
AJP R IO KICK A - 11'CAND1173.
4 ittASt-40 . nt,40711 . 11 4ff/re •sole
Water and Front /O.
rtOSTICCO -- -125 boxes sued of the 'best
brand, 15, end Mto t SAL
Jele • Uwe, and Treat de.
• Beyer Piano Preceptor.
KLEBER hm just received Beyers'
a seletratesl preceptor for (ha Flank Whkb b
1: weighted bg prekeslonal teen to UM country and In
damp, to b e the best work of kind ever pistil/died.
Boyer, well tuns. as
idie 1 . 4 tbe . t sureoseful tomteean
Rut ropily. has hen,' supplied a want long
and severely kit by tbe musical public, Kai an elemental
lidsk.progresolve and i n teresting ho the pupil. both to Ito
elem. and tepee, thus greatly reellitallng and smooth.
kg the sornewbat tedione and irksome first study of me
tie and piano playing. The following who base
examlikil the work; an rekt•red ' •
nuteed. Loodmaan, rob.. to ' j. 14
!JOVE:RING'S SUGAR;-20 bble Lover
' idreevelebeid add prilevrivedengwvvit received w 1
We Itrer by WM. A.[XTLVII.II a W.
brio 250 LheiT 0L
Q. AItDINES IN BRINE.-111 kegs Sar
aft”.. to brine Ottageleua)jOst reseed and foe age
tooty ~•IIICLURU W.
PIRESET TidbXe-41, :odic received at No. 256,
Lawny at— linretto of eery napeetor
et Ooleata. Lod
yeara Teas. of tha loteett Itoot ate W very
too by th e half ebeeetor poood by
\ Mt. A. laTtllfeo a W.
1•10 firmer. oral Teo Doolors_
POT CLAY-7 coax Copley's Pot Cloy. No.
H. JIM tt-e , a , t4 ...car wt. ty_
kdo a Pdllooa liana & OIL
NjeEW ALL.CKEIIII.-14.i • 0 Lids N. 3; Large
new mackerel jag reeelrai awl Mr "ale by ,
0 8. A W. HARB&I.(111.
1V , 001.., NY I 2:CI.,—C ash paid for rho iiitigt
go 0 , Kr"', r .m l "
o. kW. II , i/(lft.
L'noun—tio bbls. "extra" 4EI'IMT.
.4 Wr Pale lby j. 40 N. l %...........1
•10 Water o.lagoi
r n e lc. a t n : Ld l fo Ayro r co aa2.3
Latest Rub.libations '. -,. 'AI
A T HOLMES' Lit' Depot. Third AV.:.
I l l t:tigitl e gtr 41?.... ')\ ::•'.,‘-
Thevator. . \ , . ~
ilechanka' klanaalne. um . . •N , .
Lectures on Amnia+) by tn. .arl of Cgrllrl...) . /
'Atoll'. Living Am ho. WO.
Hyper. Sturman , . for June. (a new .r_ .11 :Inn.
:-.‘ .) ' - (
Another Supply of Superior ShirbAgi Xtte*
ho, and kith Linen.l.l,r
ILURPHY & BURCHFIELD hki:e'opeit
,d another aapply of choice make of sh u tting:Mao-
O bow= linen., the letter warrant, all Ilex_
i m. t , , , ,n...,iz2 ~...1,17gf ,14% . ,at. , ; ,.. ern% .4
Sheeting muslin., nom one to three 1.;1 ' . wide. ar,.nr,
ml ham). Aiwa olllow rem lanoline. ./en
H AVANA SUGAR.-50 Ins white Ha
myyr,jo.rt rem red and for ealoby__
e 9 No. Ilt litter street.
OAF SUGAR.-30 bbla loaf sugar (na
.ostod muotoin)lbr solo by
11111NBNIDGIS & 1NG11111,131,
No. 116, Water stmt.
.WRITE SCARF SILKS. -A. A. MASON
CO, have just eacelred yea %zanies ttile morning
• VinoifegitaVinTir godid'biaib.min'"Va.
which 'the attention of euttinsera i nnaltal as no. a
64. Malice st. 67
More New Lawns.
A: A. MASON d. CO. have just received
4-• odo fa r . tr,At ni sea desirable brown
rarl.%lV.G2 arli Mark:t e 747 .4M Teo'.
Piano and Table Covers
AA. MASON CO. would respectfully
. call the attention of housekeeper, to their very ea•
nue re anortment of richly ottoted and enhoned plasm
and table , ooven. neorteel onion. AI., a very IseKe =p
oly of linen and danisek table clothe. naPhln,
ae., et No. G 2 and 64, hlarket street
The Family Friend, •
A BAKING preparation intended to Bil
ls. perrale the toe ofen—which, when mixed with
Boor, will produce le WI %b Te e none 11l or more losree of 4 lid
emit ' then by the min of ) east The whole preemie of breed
m od 6 6. b e fore being laird, duce not take more them IP
Vl's= =Te l e= i•11ti07i 4 4 . 2 " 1=
66 ,6e.gr ma s
l ot lu i llromrlee b ,•hori•
;Ityt e d ,i4 l c ln Pal erb...a,r"'" fi
• = 1„,b 1 1,= l ifr z...rgr„eo7.. lit
f mod ittendusble for ream
eml eittatit will be found
and elieep, sot toreettluu that them re
del able—sod makes brown bread eren ore digettJble.
at Mit 2+. sad r mug,
PEI UPS 2 MATEIIB,
t 4, North Fourth et Pblladel Lie.
,Agent for PidebtirElii E. E. Pelhius. 6y. We
and Mayers New Article for the
"IQ GIG GLUE, which cements wood, atone,
shins, al.. marble , . queens..., oven metals,
v ., von t t sgo bis Toys:undo. Ina short or
time any Wl
eis of bonito. =WI me rle oo rnA SS new by this cali
brated And powerfal tetustit T. housekeepers of thi.
sta. ore a.sily .111 i.. of its mod. and super.
odsatabbity to their•pnrooses, und those who hots not
. syied it an twitiestsd to do en Din house should ha with
cot ity bouts of Livid mums no waroalug, la
alwaydrawly fora...A mat own ht.rwenon with
we, suy article, in bummer. Then is no wee for the
-glue-wt, dto utochudni it Is areal blend.. Mitts.
11—the mos of the litates an unanimous in Omit
verdict In prom of it. TOWS throw anything I E 7 wltiw
000 Whig WA 4 , rimmes aur
A 4 O '"--J-1110 '
J. CO. eor.t °sixth
44detc4,444 Anent for glisgheny city. JOILVDOUG
R SAtErHane Bilck, Fixinire
DHIED BEEF-2,000 lbs jant re.
ctiTad amt Zr wile by id a.lr—U• tom
SUGAR -64 Ude, received and for sale by
je9 i 8. W. EILELBA9OII.
OLASSE3--100. bbls just receivad and
Aar nile by . . jag B. IL TWIRLUGU.
1114ACKrslIEL---50 bbls No. 3, 1851, in
tor We br 3N S . Van"
----- Ladieslladieill• Ladies!
WOULD Son save Your furniture and
,oN Ile the TritLr ' and dra um Trt7r=t= hrbt
Mgr he toilllant Oran rIT mg' P a`
.V.A;ESS' BHII7SIT PL7I.II7rURE POLISH. A
ale bottle rill rendre to rztraordlnarrlrrllliaraT ar mann
Torattoro would vest $lO or $l5 to Iwo rorandsbo
This •areot thlneor car t,. dealer. Sold In Wi
tten, at 12K, 18U, and 25 ant.
71. North Yourthstrora
;burgh t. , BRAUN t NUM jlm
B, corn of
YE F I I • —%I rye our for sa e.y
jag WICK It ICCAIiDLEES.
A j !, , ERA , T US- 7 31 can Balevcr
CORCHINGS-s`caake prime on hand and
0 f0r..,. by .1.41 WICEt DPCA2MLE99..
VrIRGIIiLk TWIST TOBACCO —2O kegs
far sale by JA WICK & ILVCANDLI23&
RlCice tierces for eby
• WICK WCANDLEBI.
ARD-12. bble Np. 1 Lard for sae by
jr9 WICK & WCA2IDLII33
STARCII-40 boxes Bonbrtht's extra for
enle br je9 , WICKt /MADLY/38. •
I Ia IATT CARRETS.—W. has
mas snit for sal. th. Isrost smartment of Tst•
ammo erer Omen La this market Carrot Wasehonso
Na; 7.lSourth at-
RUSSELS CARPETS.,-W. 2.UClintock
ji_p haw In Moro and for sale • lurr no.o ,l =nnt gUP.
rile Brunsels Carpetr,_to which Invited. du attontlon of
cortomork. CUrprt Wareitonso xd lb, toorduri.-01
fig, L OCO NATTING—Foi public . balls: an'
IL/ Tobt¢o. In itt¢ti vad We by
.1575 1 4.
Jd Cupst Warehtrose, No. To.
RABBITT'S SOAP POWDERS are now
well known as to mules no bedbug ,to se ll them.
eis use the labor of washing to materially lommolL
Al arnated not to not or Winn sloths. For wbolso
oda sod retail, by WM. A. 'mum° ~
256, ety et.
rFFEVESOING. COMPOUND, aubsti
tots Comma for miring brewl.valit co solo e., by whale
..seinie of 13 per sent In Soar is etfeetnit. by
WM. A. AMU A CO.
i f o7 oPPEßAS.—:l l .ll)bill. for sale 4m7
e 46 br
' , 47 ' No. ao, Wood et-
TAR CIANDLES-10 lioza, prime arti
I+ - 7 eh , . fix - J. Na
•e 7 . • OD. Waal R
AA EDICATED Wines and Brandiis, afresh
luaut received sad for solo by'
J. KIDD W.
No. OD. Wood et. '
JAPAN VARNISH —3 bble. (Baltimoie)
CP for nolo by J. KID
No. DO. Wood O.
CREAM TARTAR-1,000, lbs. for sole by
91 ) 6t. Wo t
U DRIES- . .
- 2 bbq No. 1. Lard.
4 do Gnaw. •
3 do Wow.
' lt rritra "-
1 bag sad tad% xas. wed:
pr . 13
, 7 „ =L c
21 do: Rada landlujEfroai ablostar Fore
ASAI.Au DICKEY s CO._
QPERM OIL-18 bblz i t i ttft for sale by
riANNERS' OIL-2 bbl!. for wile_by
Je2 'WI= • MeCANDLUS.
*, O. 3. MACKEREL-50 bias. for sale b
AN, .111.11 M DA LZELL.
CS Wear ot.
1./ULLS' SARSAPARILLA.—A few dos
" l "'""' tth ' " " a. N. WICKELSII.OI,
Ja6 Caper Of WWI ad Sixth =sm.
rt A NARY- SEED.-3,6001b5. just received
I , OM th• PTA attlek of Bra? mod. Sbe
B. N. VICARILSILAS.
Jr; Owner of. Wood and Witt stmt.
POFFEE.-300 bga. primeareen Rio COr-
X./ for,ricelved sad for sale zonx wAn , a 00. .
0 0 bble. new
d s . l,D T ickled Herring
d 0 do
• 30 Ulf bbls. do do. do
don and for do b i d` [i ce JOLLT AVAST* 00.
lIEESE.-31 bxz. Cheese, receiving per
, L) Bra, end Ow eals lwr
iee No. VI Water et.
I . ARD.-2,000 lbs. Lard, for sale on con,.
Wwistiest by T. WOODS i SON.
wd Yis. SI, Water st.
, EAT PLAID GINGIIADL9.— lurphy &
. DatetilloW haws own this to smift.- "at of
. ptyl. of ()Ingham, nut PUMA. stiel [hist—
aWY new Driuts. of hew had basics= WY 62.1166=
atm Lawns. DAM. Pciitins. of assiest sty alai
llnd Gords, Is swat misty, web as thwhips de
ain., Timms. Itt , ,_. - .
wa- Sin. Owls ownihg almost &a/. S66
ILLS. --800 0 . 41 bleached winter sperm 211
11 900 tall . ford
1.000 •01 Mtn
1.003 011 .. 910
mon andlol , l9lo
n y O9 212
ULAN ATION Sugar and Molasses
z mu. p•lrtion= *
MILL • atcarrsoN.
Non = 21:9 Warty sl.
S UG House Molasses and Plantation
"Yea. a 111019m0-4t. Jaatealletosry.
• to MO. tar Plantation 80.. r. •
On coaslOmett 504 910 . 4tea r* *
I k 5 NO9 231 lefflUC6karrii•
DICE.—'2O Rice in more and fur
Ws by MMUS CKN.
Nab 9= IRI =3, Li ETSO berty mt.
DOMAN CEMENT-2 bble, for sale by
S. F. TON BONHOICBT At CO.
`TINE u AR-30 bbll....vtgegerriolgi.ll&l::l
CHEESE -30 bxs. W. IL, for Nilo by •
IoS EL F. CON CONROE= h. CO.
RAISINS. -60 boxes 111. It Baia&
40 half do do
HILLIS t BICKLISON.
. N 00.421 a Zl3, Marti od.
pLotat—to bbls alia► family lour. '
90 do supiybbe do .
reore =afore& by
Y 6 HILLER.* RICLITBON
fiIIEESE.-28 boxes Cheese7;lllti
."''""""N',4 -l ox
CIL.-- bls., , pare winter
b i t s y(CIIORIAKER &CO
4 \ No. 21, w...1".t.
„ou t 111CISSTSON.
' gar ;
T r ie . ii;iisl3l treat, Uy the Y. Ily-
.r"Vitter Ilsr 11 00 per Mo. st Morris' Tea Mart
lITE HAVANA & BRAZIL SUGAR.
Übra. white. Ilavasul a
0 br Bra? o.
muse & RICKETHON.
11n.Y11t 21.3. Lawny of.
BANE just received, direct from the Im
-.11.14.. • urr, •• of Lace Curtsies.. valet. 1
ledlLiper. Curtaln7=l Tramlava
, WIC NOBLE, Thttel st
ctc:oo4l,VlNre-500 Itla. for sale by
, PS-3 bales, 40 inch, for sale by
• II _ • 31131LPIIY LEE:
?TM TOMATOES ; hermetically sealed,
.r.s.,:fr o 7r. r a j , . ..do?y 1. I"AlrlltT..l:42:„..th'
iniffiED BEEF.—Evans Swift's Sugar
Cum% Berf rAnvamil, for Ade b
WM. A. U'CLAI MI
- 250 Litnalzr
I,VOOL—Cash poid for Woolll
po, MURPHY IL LEH
A. MASON •at. CO. would respect
• NUT thette the attention of 'UM:WM to
.crythe r superior suck of hew style lianteets telt
hich they are ctsistantl2 addles tem 'Vieth&
.he abase twAst.i will be eold et very low prise. by
oes slestle bonnet !Soft 02 end se Market. st 3.3
r c..IS just received, a etmior article
° C u . r aTeVallerf r CO
e 3 Cent BUIL
IN SEED OIL-1500 galleßre, for mile
. 7. SCHOONXA &
BORAX -6 canes Refined, for sale by
id J. somoszeara a co.
AMP BLACK-30 bbbs. aimed, for sale by
le3 .1. SCHOONMAKEIt CO.
NDIA & FOULARD SILKS—Just ree'd,
add Itioal intyply of .have very cheap arut dear.
90di..0d r .lard Bilks. The above Onasta .111 h.
dared out very cheep. A.A.A MASON M
Jea arid 61 arket at
LACK SILK LACE—We have just reed
elen ,erply of the above deli:obi. Gordo, 61.11
for oak cheap. A. A. MASON A CO.
4.1 02 sod C 4 Market. eL
iI j RIMPED RIBBONS—The attention of
na . baserw i ta b respeetfully loTttel i to• very Ism .4 , -
io3 . A. A. HABoN C CO.
103 IRON--33 tone Allegheny, for tale by
lea J. t R. nOTD. Kauai Church Duildltur.
VINEGAR -50 bbls. pure Cider, for sale
J. t ILTIOYD-
iI J OOMS-150 doz. Ohio, for sale by
3 .1. R. FLOYD.
FlSll—Mackerel, Shad, and Herring, for
sale by J 3 .1. FL YLOYI3.•
ANNERS' OIL-27 bblß. Bank Oil, for
J. I IL /LOYD.
OLASSES-200 bble. N. 0., for sale by
iea J. FL ?LOVA
130TASU-30 casks pure, for solo by
BACON -5000 lbs. Hog Bound, on couthgb
men!, tor W. VT T. WOODS St SON. .
DO G 1 Waltz a
HIDES -34 Dry Flint,sffirißlLuom
BACON -7 casks Sides, for sale by
, W. ILLKU/13011
InouitZ-10 bble. New Lisbon St= Miffs
st.tortytor solo by -14 W. EAMIA.I7OH.
851: SPRINGARRANGEMENT. 4 51
Porty-eix hone to Philadelphia.
Forty-four tom to Baltimore..
Oil miles Railroad-103 miles Canal.
urn?. ■on =au= a. CCIDOMBiI lA=
TO PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE AND
Being free frogs the a.any changes end porteragee
connected teith piece Lines.
TwolktUy Mee Eapress Packet Boats.
931ECLIISTIOKLIE TOR PASSIOZORRSO
TEAVN Pittsburgh for Johnstoani, thence
by Portaceltallrced to •
Mae tattles el.
NEW PENN SYLVANIA RAILROAD,
Two liundted ar.Mbire rain direct to
Ta etas leave aray maralniaredsely at Eight delay.
and every erasing at MILO boor.
Ware to Philadelphia. 1111). Fara to Tialtimore. ta,75.
do Laaeuter St do Martian= MOM
Pa:wagers for Baltimore,
Take Um York awl Cumberland Sallroad4 Ilarrlidetrit.
o arrival of Cars a: that plane. Dielanra (elabir
tmr Malta.)' Time. YOUR bourn.
No charge for handlingßeggsge anima rode:
me Core on WI route as now, and of (hr Pond apDeer
ed for comfort and obi,.
If you dadre amp Unrolling and . emnfurtablo secure. ,
mcdation. ware your tickets at
J. P. HOLISTEat,-,
, Nom. Iloun.
D. `LEECH CO.
ceaai zaa.rm anat.
1851 WESTERN 181 L
- Edit .D, OAD AND 'CANAL
PITTSBURGH, PHILADELPHIA, BAT L I
MORE, AND NEW YORK.
Canal being i i njood — oider ice 'ate
use and radtsdatiee to
r the at t Or t e t l.Pl = ad the lowest carrot rates of
dispatch. • Tbe boats N and
retthr,=trU ao HA by the proprietor.Bill.elm are
a' Ming trannaitted. and all nottractions M.*/ an
Apply "4 et 'id nm
HATS a BLACK. Prointaiot.
Canal Basin. Penn Meet, Pittabarah.
• • LLARRIB • LEZett. PrwOrtrers •
"101" t*W; . 2's'i ; :114
SMITH a une.add, Asents.
N 71, North et-, BaNistare.
• PEASCa. AIM&
Waded:het, Nen York
, .... . _ .
'IIONONGABILA EOM& • •
Pia Broamalille and embalm:A - to Baltimore .
. • ' and Philadelphia. -
rt . :: MORNING BOAT leaves the Wharf
• goo. to. Bridge dallr. gt. 3 o'ckek gratUtlY. 00...
r. vim the cars at Combalaad nal gaorglng. - „ ' •
• The mane 800. lame. daily (Among aosgl3/ • , :341;
::, ,, I=4,iotreeti with the ears at pamberland
Tim through to on. 32 limn. 73. 00.17 33 '
TW•• th. o oo to olialL% GO hoax 030. Mi
Th• Slalom* Haul Is 0.00
_goo& Dandustarg go 0010
the *wetea beim= eow - navff lit and Cumbrdand, 000 10 0
utaltea Mi. deckled! r a best mate Wt. .
t 2 i1 1241 .. 1irzit ,... ,
ONLY 26 HO TO CLINEL&MX.„_
18x1.... a 121§152.
... . MIIMILEIt MI aIIGEILIVIT IrETWZYN__ - : •
PITTSBURGD AND CLEVELAND:
'EXPRESS I . l. a et end Railroad Line for I
oninoa. - 41. of skap,b7, Memo. bead I
gh to Beaver. eenatetiod .Ibn the elegautly tok.
ttel Zeman harts ClorkevPszka • Co, tont Beaver '
th ; ....
. ilartlitk. sal tee londid lam Hamm Cate of Os
Cleveland and rittab 7/Isnad Co. to Cerelitffi.
. . .
PENNISYLVAN -....X...........--...3. Ileriltes. .
NIAOAItA.-,-..- --:-..--......X. tem. ~".
Steamers have laadlattadte the Kondosabebt
sown, at 9 o'oltea. I. woo with tba Perbaurat
Nam, whkb Will lea bneotdadedy on the mind of Cr .
euesoar. arriving et von. In Woe betbeltnevattran
or ca. kr tThreeland.: l'ass by_thle lbw ante* at
Cleveland lo- time to talta the ballroad lA. of Rem=
be 111311• LO on• Denim.. oral Oa steamers for ed.
ao; Merida SWed.Oi beadneky My. Dualdric cod bile
tie. evening titaln_oLealoVi r lior
C Ml c a.n4
‘....?...' Ettcantrea. Pa.
• W.I. MOOB.IIIID,
000 nada St. Charles 11°44 •
O E M. HARTS. •
• Sagthlidd rat Wator
- - . =4L JlB5l. - 'l l iafig:
. UNII ON -LINE -
On the Penn, and Ohio Cana's.
.011%%?-tti, C11.470 . 11,D . ili) --- CLEMOint - bl -
THIS well knor d Line is now -muer ia l to
a MaillS 4 t_ too t ==s Canal cod Loki
The fedlitie. of the Line me nneuthalionl in ber.posh
1 tfounit inpaitS of Ba. esserience of Cal , i '' . nod eh
tons of asents.
00. Boat lams Pi migh end Cleveland dslir,ronss
to emumetton with,( l T* of stemotsonts bemoan MTh.
BUG li and BEAN and a Line of firstelameteenibonts
minmetles end semis) n the Damn
-. Parka • Ca,rocniiten, 04 - nn .
IL B. Taylor Wemmi. O s ;
h. it. N. CI. Newton Nals.o.;
C. Premise, evem.. 04
Siestas% it Co., ameims. 0.; ' . .. • , -".
17,2 : attune-le d Co. Str .I NO . .. . . ' . ,
Wheeler. al. &tra„... 0,,.. - _ • -
Itendernet it Pettibone, Banda/17 001.04 1 :
Peckham A Soon, Talmo.
o.lllllloms Alt th,__Detrolt.
litnimemen • Co.,Stunanttle. WWiet ..
O. A. (Abbe A Clo, Chicago, M.; . , -,
-Th''" 13'4 ..41 itrAratiaturn .f. •
..I .or. r. Wets end x
Smithfield stn. ••. •• '
TIORK—A tew - bble. prime, and a mall lot
B°ll ' 11°". far " b Za. WJSinuia sONLI
OTTER -5. Pack; • .
• 6 bp ited.
7.L WATERMAN • 601%15.
'TOBACC"' O— " I. Sea bi
Z: 1 kegs q:1011 . 113. , 1 Six
ft 158 . W•ler, ard 11
B LOOMS -200 tone' Soft :rr enn. MESb for Baler by
GiT 011,,10 bbla
F NCg sl g or ett=
NERS' 011.-50 bbL net receivin•
•• • atul Ihr deny '/Allll5 DALLELL
Extra Pine Oolong Tea..
US RECEIVED, at N 0.256 Liberty et.,
se t tiaTi n ft article uter
. .fe l aglkfch we be
" ill4=l44l=l:t au.ug. ,,, =AV.
Bar rte., ot eryir rvetr, flZ
lima 373( to 0 , 110.
jleat u aled Irish Black laneorarractaa to , mak,
id I • Omen" Toe Deena
VIIER'S PATENT FLOUR,. for mak
tut Ikea, Pastry, Cake. a.: making the beet of
. the adlition of cold water only. TWA Plow
will te od the met antrantent and ebesdest that tut
An Wed 110611.0allid r.p.......be 25 ...IA- b , but
, r kiwi eed tnekloir the Tent lumpier Deed. Light
1 otry, ags, Oako. to.. with a Irma ming of time
and Aron 1. Tito &bore L. pot up to
ap t twe of 3 and OLIN" ebb roll dlreniona Ow nea. To
a . ea WX, A. iIIeCLUEG I OD..
Grows azat T Dean.
.tTort ' to
. 4= . of 3 and*.
IR BRICK —` 2O.O OO best ire, in tam
• • tor nale by JAM EZ DA B .
mral 63, Wages ot.
Q,AL SODA-350 maks Sal Soda of on
o • make, Ibr oale at reduced prion4 b •
BLYNCM, MARY !Co.
Melodeon!!• • • I
BILEB.ER lum just reoaitrea.o. choice lot
f supeilor Cseintrat's Melodsonf. toannllsetZ '
Tint . r! O. tutn if notehls=dpon Aglesl
'oven mad It Is now reaneslly nonowled ant b• mains
b. ouson. th• eounfrn both lb r
nnlsla etellnews and besot/ of ton. and tooth. Mom/
nettle Meitlleon, sezoll fr t, roams*
6,51 Third street. al go of the Gold 11/tip --
fele Agency lin the above "Losllonwsts.'
w m E,
30 FLOUR-8 bbla. for sale 1;1
R. DALT...ELL OM, Lauf) st.
et HUSE-50 bona good W. EL, tor's:deb
aff3o IL DAIZZLL & CO.
-2 bbis. No.l tart
i " Orau
111 bap reetherx
21 . 'wan
ISAIAH MCKET.II CO..
.Wster and Front es. -
SALT RETRE--01) bags (Crude) for sale b
myso w.. Y. WILSON.
QA1.12 PETRE-20 kegs (refined) for sal
W. F. WILSON,
=l3O 147 next. a=llls Bssowl
t=DID FRENCH PAPER HANG
INGIL—GoId. Gold .01 Velyri, Bootee. Tapestry sad
Prenutt Papa , of various qualitior. and
to raft the ouruccatances of almost arm data
, 4 '
Itrandies, Wines. am. •
gAVING completed arrangements' with
Moons in Ikeda= and other European Qtios, for
execution of Iny orders, 1 an Urns enabled to tear to
%atom at • small drama Geer tot
W portation ecat., BRAE
Digs, INES, and tm of the facet dominate,
1 "" Attention 11 invitadlo la 7 list. ma below
110 poolatreausga t d urt liteballoßrandies, lD
78 siurdr. woke %gold. andloma %wide% Ins
al tro ve qi...ZlLdeL l / 2 077 vide.
r•A Port Wines. part y tdd and ouporior.'
300 biomes Sporkling Cisamiteane, won known Wanda
100 tom Caws W lvarious brand s and vintage.
100 cam Swum and Wistagro
of. .O ld noutern and Claret •
1 0 yip. Holland sad Wanda=
1 purdluaddi Old %doh and Utah Whisker..
superior Old Jamaica Eur.
90 ems mrsmar London %yarn Stout and !notch AU..
With • eatuttant imply of Imported Liuors, nen as
kt". 9290, Outeosa, Litetto, Clurn7 Erwe
1. lugs 'lief IrAraisu SWAM slwaya on hard.
All imU r r eh •111 titer on wt.? fale lawns.
' - will toe arecated with despand goasedirind
at meat Max. • d. % a S.ll.d.
' ' • lowanw and Dealer, 00 Walnut eirett,
DIG' IRON-240 tons Ben's creeks
bahlb Nth by
ROBIOXIN a r
k b *OCL,
41ARBilt i 'Double Befinedßileratne;
rtmsr t " m ne7 lo tt:es; ), =-
Sst limo& lib Sibbabb.
B. T. Babbitt'. Celebrat d Soap Powder.
WASHiIiG .witboAtlnbor Warm:dna
V to take Use esthete I v : table Munn ad sew
DEMI3OIB Von 13a.—Pat cloak to a eabditel
gosatity or Bold nage to corm Unto. then add - two bade,
pooarob of Ole Poop 'Pemba b enc.h at emote or water
I lthaler ti g.. th giere m gtetg.d . l:4l . Lone tb Ld
pens the:odours with armlet,
_then ant theta In e tab sad
catocct cola WELL, .10 Xna= 4 lllllllol.
r. hustle. Then nth the OLT 0 CUM •VMS.
aln tom. unvonsti nan,v. rod. nut I. satiainrei ne >
iasin 11 a.m.; it
t. anthem vcry lirearZiDll DO had ter AIR 1.01119
row. do. ' The sans tarot thw =taut teed roX
teed two rents. to mate • wednag of ten temethw. •
Irefrented Loth rota woe th e einh.
Thle le a Powder that enema nth math tveleetnunte
I-est Maly haft Both
Dratcrsone anarte waxer ant
mix the Powder with I asthma bu, ear 1=1 : r
tbth add e n quarts road oaten the them
end e Lt - g•Dy where ft will not [new
Swa th d it will be very thick sad thee White 80110..4
will ma welkin:li will not eat the. hands nke other tot
2 , ons, nor ne. the cloths. , Can to 6.../ with Urn wain
wan . . nv mahout Ow erudite Into eir., onsets taster! of
- The van tow best adapted ha enabling oath*
tad woollen Worth
• Seth aboleale end entail h 7 P- SKI.LERL
/47. Root et.
THE GREAT KENTUCKY REMEDY!:
DB. JOHN BULL'S SARSAPABILLA!
I T 14pu t up
e o a t
r te d s: i 7 e s an
isme m u me m im Prim
ler per bottle. or els bottles Its See OIL t: ..
II Ime helm a tre/1 atebliehal feet for TOW pelt. that
Sersaperillaorben pure end moterlyirreperrd. mte the
only mu plumes
Door ell Ulmer mistuat tram mt
pure KM. of the bkni. ttes • me of mercury: intericattes
evi2 JOHN in milk, terimmem, Le. lee beMi7
'eurat thee 8.1.13 Z.77144CT Or SALRALP.k•
VILLA is the cady preperstitm betas the public Met be
;Tapered co etricity Wadies Matilda ab 4 of
gmAtt. The Yeamparilla 4 perchamel tritheut "' A
t b• strictest r="rre, eistita t
Leese tying asect:
irogrieoraportll —. oho coatasti the virtues of myna
, vabL moats. topthor trodor bait mot.
=ringing the grossed ,eatati - so agent titbit
WILL cuss wmtour •
Fordo.% a0.1011q = 4411. Caton, Tama. Erogtoo of
W S Skin,. Quante Eon Eyck
yarns IN Scold lift '
thokcolosto et oil?
. =1 . 31,
• ot t eVtthoodo,Bie
the ass of
Paln In the Skh and Ltd- -
' Jalapa*. Coetteenmae Thtwa .
Broaelts k lkaatis, Cada. Wwwtot th• hew,
Mammary A ....,.... and all other awitactenellaa. to
Me 'lga liptytte " , NVt.=
'iehtswom.Laradmees . niitti. Chrogunwar.Owatt=the, ..
rreltrealtmon. mat gentle and plemant Isa:Pawe ga? .
•epetior to BM. hick .et Ow:Stem 'Wm. WM. as *=-- -
The tbllowlng lithe Taint Lin copy of emilloate new In
. 0 . of the hnnaleter or mann dansTalilla.—
dor. E. W. dam is widely and asstersilEteadli Mao
sloquent sad sesdatplished what thead. M. M.* ..4 --
an. Et. Swam= tua twat known aaFe of th• mats tel.
anted and trio n mat., that the t=ky Confammee
enedd bout oftbs many yimm and MU time tit fdttatt
.usfutor7 pSdlamy fa UM o. my notannet - r
B etter aladdaday a= was Eno O ff end in Furor of
- . _ . Any Medicine. - .
at,. 8 W. anon-Ba7. N. Memos.
W. ban wed Jolla:WI Ss:mama; and an
Kb, Cs ad, with • sulehetken Ma Ire bars as DM
Ststisa la stain Vaal.. !warts td.to be IL of sad Sala.
catetannd. mod mk.Wated tantotnewenten
oaf *mirth.. amen Foltados: and watt
ehrerrolly and meet earnealy nentomeed It to the a,
Mated (Sigma -'Y. W. SIMON
8.: BTECSYBUSi: -
. • .
.f.EIoW well scl,alie "Wiese beautiful whit. Ala. sad a . -,.. .
roe/ colonel cheek.. liew often doer. ewe cw= d aut Jr; ,
imemieurttda "dasklatedoutt Ix, devoutly to
_to cooteatlea„ lotkow, tetub .. = , . towl *Ad.& .:
tuale, to nature to th em • of vb./paean
hat &Defied them of. sod that too, with Cued. m 7 to . .t
the " flulY.• 13ma a rtila . le tbe b,ese eacoetio Mal t ... , _
g= m rl=l,stattergout the blad=hrtryor.. ,
healthy, • wet elatenua, siting saliva,. to awry metee'
earl, sad ehaagiogltta 'allow aud ark ecautoashos to -
tha Woo= sad fredutses of Touth• L.dtw , .b.hdoh tb.
um of valet. sad - mixtures. sad rue Butre fiarsaptaill.,
Meanly effectual r emedy. "A wont lo the vise is ma. ,
chair amt a hint is sum& to the ladies. - .. • . • _
Tatiinony Like *IW/owing, Renders Superflivitii )
a Commit on lb. .Etreg. of Bare Sarso- 1
p,.. gv.y. 1. Ifiructs., Profaner of ChetchteT it , lb. l • ' - 1
"I hem Oltad ot Je• a
the /ist of Ledkal
Jobs BulYaOsturouseihatraotef Bar,etita..huhae. no ' -
'beteitaihst ha myths that. th.y feria a Ws otatrotoul..hd
ow thetaromix. wall to throttle dlactusee ‘D ta whlg Itia ;.,
"auxw 6.184 a -
SiredirPriatilssantswash , sodas: oats as Lew , .•
uwass iterine tassensas, saw or BU L L'S &AMAPA-
Soc - 1"
.1 have gumbo" the yremertptiou for ties yeeparaties of
- b eau Bull% Batspuilla, and 1 beneet the eatabtuattouto 4 :1
bee t u asoelleettosts, sod well <ehdated to pod.. an al. ,', i
tenh. Imgraudon cm dm tyettoo„ I have 00.4 It both tat ~ ":.!
.publt. and gelato yeaetta, au& !Mut It the butt settela of - i :,.;
V iL. ut P7l'ydda.u". ,at the LeWlevil P 3 71 gee '. itiet . tal..... 11
jo ilr y C J AMlV.r w e an!t kw the i• • . • i
twee mother. ,• /iliYBElN'lt'i:. p,
02 ,W00l swam rstfabssest, 7. . NOSsslssas sad &dull : I
7 17 .... 5a1it by .
.3f. 'dila atat JElft: DOUGLAYR. Alia.
tb•D7 0 117, by Dmseistn grue . j. jelya . T.l.o ,:* I
/r 17 .. 4 0 8114113 for sale by "
PLY CARPETS.—Tust received' :
Y E .; I M F...Cs:set Wcrellocin. 75 Fourth rt n _bes sad
c style Lb pl y. arnct. fia t W. 31.ClaNTOIL. '
llmamas: WILSON 1E CO.;" Mannfu-- '
turas at ittis tacks; Lei MA /11. i. tut.. dm . ' 4
~ chair. mil l atkilx. finishing. itiot. I=lti itti -
mc. mum. coos saal/suawr di: tlii tie . ..d i
id blud itinkie., ie.
Vito it LIPMICOTI . & CO., 2..113, Water it, kids- -
11 ORPIIIA-50 ot. for sale by C O . IVI. id - B." ♦ L. PAILVF-STOCK O
fIARAWAYSEED.4OO foi sale by
.ie2 B. A. VAIINESTOCK A CO.
60 baxsial.l66 Nov, ChTr.
726J0H In, nperin !Centaur, for cleft!
WAIT CO-. Lenten
j_isCIIIIO3LITS POTASH-750 lbs. for
sato- D,21 ' . 7. KIDD Jk•CC,
sEaCA bblr• for 511.01,12;
. 7 1 ' b. fitr • by ••
auzs RoatsciN. tarns a co. ,
NAILS, -400 kap for sato by_ LITIZ __
NIT= ROBISON.E I aL
CORFEE--15 , 11 bap Rio;,
los= Bit= LITILs i co..
SUGAR -48 bloia. prime N. 0., for sale by ,
, 8. WATERMAN BONK
80 dad HI Water. sad 62 boat amt. —.-
Agi'Milked inside Mate,
HAVE - JUST received from the Eeet the
Implcumuts, all of the I; , at manufecture
and ° du= meat lurentions, sad I would Wits all
armers to call and remains my Met.
lisettinee. fir corn...beaus. beets. turnips, kr.
9nduyelli, lbr reheat, rye, nits, and barley:
Cana !Metir: the hone and band paner.
Bthur and Omni Stalk Coding
Vaarbida Hoot ennara.
CILIn liters - .
.thadathed Grath and Oran Bythaa, and Mee.
Canslama Van, thew and War Nang bet. ' •
dll exuardnetnred inn:lth* best materials, and tbHab
at Nth Dens and Boni Sun. of
B. N. RICUENBILS.N.:
my= Camas of Weal and Bath Arndt ,
barre le LL
v yrilae Neeltaaceks.
.I , ir,
4. " Lositniltiffe .
- 100 "
100 bwittio rar
T. WOOD lc 80N,
6. 61. Wear sL
11 L'IL . SILK LACES—Large assortment,'
1) sad veneheap, reed at the etota of
AM) Mc—Bennett it Jones' brand, for
.1. by tely3l ' IHALII DICKEY i CO. -
SAM PETECE---75 sacks Crude, for sale by
VirOLAHSES--500 bbls N. 0. S. H. flif
gas by myl4 JAMES DALZELL '
Li. MOLASSES-100 tibia battle irround
B. IL Molar ibT webr JAMMI.DAYZELL
MACKEREL --75 bbls la w. sme No. Mos tailti
VD ICE-100 tierces for sale by
li 81116311.11X113 11:6116414
zayll • 115
ALERATUS-42casispinme, for sale by
mo.:• - WIC WC/ANDO:M.
LATD 7 -130 Izz it sale by
EEDLE WORKED COLLARS, Flocuao.
h./. •• • sad • Irltb fall umarbommtotLsor
Books 1 Books!
CIEMITZ'S Hisbuy of Greece.—A Hist*.
ck g.( l4 % . roro li iir esilleri doles tatted ssizoctir,o,
Thirlwail,_ D. D, mW
of 7 tweed /3t. Ds ‘ rig, BT Dr- Cov
Baratta, 7. IL B. B.
_Th• DATZM7 P.Oheo)", Pcriptuiral DirldirWhistaot
i•oii.ArPws. DT the Bev. Alcursier Keith, D Dl
L o= n oltit . ; .4". ( lir 11= '''te
r A o 7 Y h '' ' ''' d
Prov f erbial Philotorb ß y, A Modern Pyrsi .r oit. S . rolre . Po•
tms o[ TW MgotAVI. lior= 4 l.lVe Br r e ' I
The Pbilwoldir of abaucootioo frame Do
coms 4. Philosophic. Positive of Auk... Cunt.. By W.
• New Work and Erb, Ram?. p.m. Boa;
talobrit • dworildio• of Das ,boeberfs itt•sra, Tows. 111.
WM+ mid Mood important porta th,,
keonoirsit and blitrty•els enkrariam . i k odoe crst Bereft,
coikina sketches Mole tap./ 000 tg• y
Darr." Now Monthly MOSSY Jon. .
The Doll Wonbiorwrs• or P. days we live in; • faros
litstorbosi =web BY the •0i1...0r of .irbitstriata."
Tlgtbaos bookkpisk is
.... e.0.m . ,:
K ,d fo r r
o ri . ,l 4 pi r.tet
lICKET.S--140 doz. Bearer, for sale by
- Inca a 31eCASIPLE83.
AR-2 bbla. genuine Barbadoes, for sale
0.21 xioo CO.*
A.RGOLS-2 bble. for sale by
.(1. ,J. ETDD & CO.
ODIDE POTASH-50 lbs. for sale by.
j~S:I. A. Euzutst oc k
.ST " lbs• Can I. - 7 ,- 6
B. A. WAIIIVISTuCIi Oa.
BMAI° ROBES—AII des k e pt con-
a:H' ~ T. 7 ~. d
J ... M
COTTON-25 bales (Batting) for