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Ct °stn.—We regret to learn from a
deputation of dry goods clerks, who waited On
us Istdoight. that owing to threo lloml Teasing
to close their states at seven o'clock, i s we are
told they promised to do, there is a probability
that the other 1 14 , goods men will be compelled,
in self defeice, to keep open alter that" hone.—
We trust Chit the three firms In question will
take into their serious consideration thetproPris
ty of closing at seven o'clock, in coiLfcrmiti .
with tlie example of their neighbors, and thus
afford thilr dirks, drubs' the summer months,
an opporttanity of enjoying that degree cif physi
cal and mental recreation which !tete confine
, ment all dig renders necessary.
.Dcrselfos.—An adjourned meeting
of .the- &mites, of- the Associate Reformed
Ckttrch yu held at Beer Creek, 'lndiana Town
ship, on' Monday, the sixteenth instant, for the .
purpooo of pm:oring a suitable lot on which to
erectshoise of worship. •
John , Boyle was called to the * chair, end 7,66-
eas Patterson appointed Secretary. -
It wits ascertained, through Mr. William C.
Denny, that the, Honorable Harmer Dewy 'had
'aired to present the congregation with a imita
ble lot of gronfid.
This liberal donation was thankfully accepted,
and on zootiou, it was Hesolved- that, the mem
hers of this meeting return their einem thanks
to William C. Denny, his liberality and kindness
in encoring to their a lot of ground, in .a Eata
ble place, and large enough to allow a Church
to ba.eeted thereon.
Meths. John Ifortng, James' Iloleted, James
Thongliaon . 'and . Jolan Boyle, were appointed a
committee.. to,wait on the tionorable,lterreer
Denny and thank him for his.kinduesa. •
' We understand that twelve hundred dollars
have been intucribed towards the eretion'of a
on this lot, e sum which in believed to
be sufficient . tc; pay for building it, I t ugh not
Au.tattr. sr CznarEttr.,The following state
ment fnita the books exhibits the Emma affairs of
the Allegheny Cemetery from the beginning up
tolune !at; '
ktaortt received for Bale of lola $90,950 62
- inter'ta and moo. 4,479 73
Amotuit doe W. H. Afonlock $57 59
Wm:11'0211g . 14 87
Amount reo',l from ortudnes 101 00 272 96
Paid G. A. Bayard on ac
count of purchase .$46,938 11
Interest 2,06 G 93
Labor 14,444 9$
Expense, salaries, &c. 10,296.60
For Improvements 14,778 47
Shrubbery , . 881 22
; Phrstoch Mad tools '
• 1,121 01
" For tight Of way for •
memo to Greensburg
_and • PittsbUrgh turn-
I 1,718 ,
• IL L.Siralt on ac
count of idditiovt •17
from him - .1,134 87
Leasing a, balance in Cs
sera Corponition, ai
Cub on band,.
Bills reeelsablo 092134
Doestryindisidials for lots 6,959 15
Pithsbure., Jane 9,1 861'
C.0171a Or QUARTER assatoNs.
TUZSDAT, June 17
. . ..
Before the Eon. Wm. E. McClure, President
Judge, and'William Beggs, and Thomas , L Mc-
Millan, Associate Judges. : . - .
• Commonwealth ye. James Jordan—indictment
highway robbery. James Morten! Prosecotor.—
The prosecutor. swore :that the . defendant had
robbed him after
-eon • down, on the second of
May, near Bakermown, of a sum of money.--
He had been drinking pretty freely on that day;
and did not recollect that he had eaten anything.
Dr. Stewart saw the parties together,l on the
afternoon in question. Heard defendant ask
proMoutor. for, some money. -,Moriand offered
him'a quarter, which. be ,tefosed to take, and
threw him up against a fence, bed • witness did
not know. whether or not he 'robbed Min.! . They
were both-a - little drunk, taw -mold irr. well
A numheriot other witoiesies were examined, :
who proved - that Morland was in habit of
going on &frolic whenever he had money, - and
that the character, of defendant had ideals been
The jury was addressed by H. S. ?degree,.
Esq., for the defendant;'' and District 'Attorney
Planegin.'for the Cionceoneesith. • Mr. P. did.
DA press for a'conriction on the cidirgeof high
way robbery,• but urged that 'the enlience was,
sufficient -to warrant theso l 7' in I*IAIPIng a ver
dict otgailty of petit larceny. ,•- , .
Judge M'Cture charge.* the ,as we thought,
rather In :tarer of the defend !, urging' upon
them the condition' in which th Fomenter was
at the time of the alleged rob , which unfit=
tad him, liti - e'great measure,. m being which, unfit=
eve correct testimony , regardi
,g the worn*
as an the day in question.-. 1 . , --.
rned siMrdictof ot guilty . *; '
The emits Or the Cornmonweslth wt. J. Heron
Foster and,Heece C. Flemaim, imUcted for haring..,
Am alleged,'llbelleo mu named Joseph Hart,'
an innkeeper. or. Sharpsburglt, Wail taken up.
.ilesere..Vrdtesell and Cochran appeared for
the. Commonwealth. Messrs. Hinter , and Liar.
The Indictment is as follows:
in the General Court of (hauls, e Sessions for
the County of Allegheny, of - June Tem, 1851.
The Grand, Inquest of the Commonwealth of
Penneybarda, enquiring In and for the Bodj of
the County. of Allegheny, , upon their Oaths and
sole= affirmations respectively do present, That
Joseph Mot, of the Borough of Sharpodrargh, in
the aforesaid County, wee the.cisirmsn of a
meeting of , The Torten Keepers and Tax,
fillers,"- held in Bpi:ma's Baltdinga. corner of I
Fifth and Smithield streets, in die city of-Pit ts burgh, aforesaid County, on the Even in g of the
Hineteentle day of .lilay last; and that J. Heron
Foster and. Reece C. -.Plena% being' persons 'of
an envious, evil 'and wicked ;mind, and of . •
moat malicious disposition,: and wickedly and
tudarfally - mo' iding, contriving and' intending,
' ea matches in them lay, to injure and oppress;
*Wien and vtilifithagood name, base, credit
jendmputetion of the said Jecyph Hart. a iteed.
peaceable and citisen:of mid Common.
..! we ititic - dwito bring him into public acential,
il hatee,i, Infamy .. and diegrac.c, - with force and
iarms Oli' ihe twenty•fourth 4y of May, 1851, at
. littetbarei. , :aforetuld County, of their' great
1 bared, mel`w. &tidal-win toward the told Iseeph
Hart, wicked. f. maliciously and nalawfolly . did.
:., print and publiA and cause to. be .plinted and
~1 published,. in I..4:erudit Newspaper, edited and
by theni, entitled ...The Pittsburgh
1 Z i y .4ml Diepatch," a -certain false, scandalous, '
=adonis and defamatory Libel, of and Co:cern
! Ins the mid Joseph Hirt containing the false,
I scandalous; insditiotte and defamatory war& and
i matter following, of and concerning the Bald Jo.
esph Hart;that is to nay: . . . . •,- --,
I:virmancr. - 14.1.-A correnondeut, signing
himself a "Son of ,Temperance,' writes no 'as
follows: 'llse Tribune of Wednesday, inepeak
ing of the recent meeting of Tavern-keepers and
szkelayerl6, remarke that 'some of the moat
active temperance men are taspayere, and Were
present' - f presume the editor m esa; lit edi,
cur of the Evening Tribune,] :alluded particularly
to theuhalfman on that omission; Esseaurng and
• oiveding the said Joseph Harl,l who in reported
umeening and issiencnng therehithatthi laid:l64h
Hart is reported] to have once' belonged. to the
Idissen.Wi State Involuetarl_ . Total Abstinence
Society St Jefferson city, ]meanmy and, intending
theresy u; attar said Joseph Ron war a amid in
the YissoafiState Pennitentialw,] from which he
dress hte e l eAl sunder the mai of , the State; to
unite blmeelf with the . Ohio -State Involintary
Total Abstinence Society, at . Columbus, [wasting
and int , ndin g Merely, that he, the said Josephse
after Lan' g discharged from the Penitentiary
in Hisrouri, became a eonriet in the' . Ohio' Stab
Peatitiary at Columba,] Ernes . drawing es final
card from which' he (meaning 'and 6 , 1= the
Isaid Joseph Hart,] ann no . longer b . emi
aught but a counterfeit temperance man, if4n-
L deed he [mining and intending the arid .The
e' AA] makes say pretensions to the character.;]
_tsfeesing and intending that the said Joseph Hart J
. n i g a PotayeTante =RI. Perhaps the Tribune
'lt wiPili wr • --• '' ' ' '
nn. *Aoh eaid seandalons, mentions and defame
, 4 they, tbo said' J. Heron Fatter' lid
ci um, lib ..
1 1 Beeson rinted and , published and
i c ,' h . ?. printil_ ,, and, n publLelied,.. In the afor?.
, a id opittlisM D ail y D ispatch .' on the said
Z ° day of gr m ~b,
e lsd ..lo l, at
ic u ti on tis
o b f arg thi co co unty
- ' afwettnide w ithin ir scandal urt '
i t i t h e grea t damage, Eue. and .in•
..0 y o wls' Hart, and agatmst
- Li fl poteS7 of th e of -theicolren;lietlth_ of Ft!
ti , nilibraniyomypiltfinnlrden, T0ed.4t0.,-T ifeb,i,-co_o,.o.,lici
vrove th e p
P. eiellourtud. 13 31 : , ~,
don of tlie article embodied " In the abaiiindict
mold. He testined that on the 24th day of May
last, on which the alleged libel .ls Said tithews
been pu bll i bed, the defendants were' publishers
of the “Pittaburgh' Daily. Dispatch,"
William. Crawford, eworn—l. 'was present at
t h e ..fing of the Moon keepers andtax payers
on the eremng in question. Mi. Hart was pre
sent. My attention was called to the. anbject
through the remark that our Chairman had been
in the Penitentiary, and the impression left on
my mind after reading the article wai'the same.
John Farad!, sworn-11e had undendood from
reading the article in the Dispatch, that Mr.
!Dirt had been In the Penitentiary. He admitted
hoverer, that he bad heard before reading it,
that Hart had been in the Penitentiary.
R. Barker resided in Sharpsburgh. Ho bad
BC!n tha article in the Dispatch of the 24th, and
understood from the sentence "that Mr. Hart
belonged to the Involuntary Total Abstinence
Society of Jefferson city; in MissUud, and Col
umbus, Ohio," that he bad been in the Peniten-
Sary,as he had heard/previous to this publication,
that he had been in the Penitentiary in Missouri..
• Francis Kline, sworn—l reside in Sharpabtag.
Read the article relative to Mr. Hart, in the
Dispatch, and thought thit it referred to him.
I had "previouslyheard that he was in the Peni
tentiary, and I took the Involuntary Total Absti- -
nonce Society, to' ean that place.
Tilly Potter was of the mime opinion, but
never before kneothat Penitentiaiies gave egrds.
Benjamin Trimble was called, but had . not
rcad the article in the qinstion, was dismissed. -
Robe!rt McCoy, sworn—Hart wan Chairman of
the meeting reported in the Dispatch.
John Fowler's impression, derived from read
, ing the , article, was, that Hart had been in the
Tenitentiary. Witness had heard some time
before that the prosecuier bad been in the Pent-
Let:A.l3u Air five or six Years.
The evidence on behalf of the Commonwealth,
Cloned here. \ • .
J. Heron FoSter defended himself—Mr. Fift
een bad the two counsel above named.
Nicholas Binamyser, remember, that
when Hart was down the river, I recieved let
tern from him.
• • •• •
The witness was proceeding to state the place
from. which the letters were dated, when the
court retuned to admit the evidence.
Oal. - Feder; declared that he would be able to
proire by this illness that Hart - had been in the,
Penitentiary . .and in an argument of considera-'
ble length , endeavored to prove the relevancy of
the testimony, but it ,as ruled out.
The defendant then offered to . prove that the
article In question was not calculated to cause s
breach of the peace. •
Hart,.' iho prosecutor, - was called on
for that purpose, bat. his evidence was ruled
The Court then took its turuartahl-dny recess.
i&Thomas Jack read the article in the Despatch,
and, Judging front its tenor, he though that it re
ferred to Harts , having been in prison. His
(Hirt's) wife and another lady, called upon the
witness to induce him to Sign a petition for his
pardon, at the time be was in prison. Did not
know the contents of the petition.
. Mr. Dobbs bad mad the article, and thought
that it referred to Joseph - Harts liming been
in4rison. He had signed a petition forhis par.
• • .
Mr. Henry Goaser had never read the article in
question. Evidence ruled out. '
Mr. Hubbard had read the article in question.
Thought that it referred to Hart from a report
which f heard some time ago.
F. Crawford, k recedled—Mr. Hart was:Chair
man of one meeting of . the tavern keepers. Mr.
Doherty of the other: We did not invite tempe
rance men to be present: •
The evidence Closed here.
The case on behalf of the Commonwealth, Was
opened by Jacob Whitest% Esq., in his usual
style. - -
• He was followed by the gallant CoL Foster,
wbo ..bearded likti the pad," and well posted up
in ea law of the case,,proved. conclusively the
Inaccuracy of the old apothegm, that carry man
who le his own lawyer, has a fool for his client
He made a Sensible, manly defence of his con
duct, pointing out the public position occupied
by the prosecutor as chairman of the meeting of
tavern keepers and le payerr, and insisting that
be had a right to criticize his conduct, since
Harthad made himself one of a number of self
constituted masons of public morality.
• Mr. Foster was followed by C. B. Eyster,
Eq . ., for the defence, and She case was cootie-.
ded by John T. Cochran, Esq., for the Common
Judgb McClure intimated his readiness to
charge the jury, bat said that if they preferred,
he would leave it over till next morning. The
jury requested him to do so, and the Court was
adjourned until nine o'clock this morning.
• SONITT or TEM PratCt.—Mayor Guthrie yrs
terdayeammitted EliGoringtonto prison, charge.'
on oath of Ram Gage, with curdy of the Peace.
He woe also committed 0111' charge of disorderly
Ntnurici.!—A . wagon maker' who his his
workshop out the. Fourth Street Road, was yes
terday toed by his Honor,.litsjor Guthrie, for
letting his. wagons sad -
carts block up the road
tem - his door..
DANCISILOVi SPORT.—Same thoughtless young
men hare, for the past few nights,' been to the
habit of 'flying kites with lanterns attached to
fliem: The police should emit all who indulge
in this dangerous amusement, since a fire
which Will do mu& damage may be caused by
POST OTTICL ALLPT.—Post Office Alley is Sl
moot blocked op by a number of large stooes,
placed there. apparently, for the purpose of
tripptng up the unwary citisen.'wbo chances to
pass. through it after dal, or' of evertor:dug
some of the stage coaches which come to the
Post. Office. If it is not designed to SECOIPIDO
date the 'public, it: should be closed; and if it is,
some 'one should removethe nuisances to which
we bare alluded. .
F.teen.--A drayman was fined one dollar and
theeosts of prosecution by the Mayor, yesterday,
fore walking on 'O6 side walk while his horse
was going along in the middle of the street.
. BILIOUS TIM PA7iTARCHAL DAT! the Pyramids
were ilready &idea monuments. We adrmethe
lows of antiquity and art to lose no time in
gratiting themselves by Ti owing these and other
interating relics of the past, at the Panorama of
the Nile,;Atheymum.•..An .afternoon exhibition
to•tisyst 3 o'clock.
BAUCH or. yrs PEACIL—EIi Covington was
committed to prison yesterday, by . afayor Guth
rie, charged with disordely tooduet and breach
of the peuce. Ile was unable to pay a fine of
twenty dams and the costa, which the Mayor
imposed upon him.
,IRSB yesterday taken before Alderman Major,
charged, on oath' of Mary Whitmore. with as
sault and battery. He was committed In default
,DIIIOI66ILT COADUCT.—itaixrt Henry was
brought before Mayor Guthrie yesterday, on a
ain't ofdisorderlyconduct and a breach of the
peace. He was committed In default of paying
a fine of ten dollars and the costs.
TIPPLING Louis.—John A. Batter seas yester
. committed to- prison by process from the
Coast of Quarter Sessions, nbsrged with keeping
n tippling house.
jar MeLAriz's Mints Pi offering
thle tmaldm'rmth. '
rabuc. the Istozieton are wet ewer.
the! tbry here to ...mantes • beetalty gen...to-1 by the
,inzattuans 'bleb ban been Atm•d upon the
ptibtle undergo Asp. of patent madleines, We ma sow.
vinotff, banner. that It is only neeenz7 to Wiz Uzir tw
niers tritff tartan It in FAHe atilt:ration roc *boy. all
ined/rd &keno at the kind era offered to the public.
Is this Invention of sit enligt.ttenerl.eipstienorl, end leer.
.1 iinretain. who Err inzaryeare wed It In his arts prow
tit* - when its lout aerate*! Indweed biz to offer It to the
nubile et Ws.
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, Ere.'Tcraf plamlaum Is inatins
itm tbis vidzil"tiktherelbre ye would thank Tonto wad
two*, doses by tho Pinessylrania We are en
tirely out, it; li kilns frakdred be shneet every dal.
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,•' Ltaltkirem, Aahlual ea; O. Merck to,
: D s lti Ywa Aim; • Ayr week. eine%
r ide... elk-Re Imi riccrri B ck oil. cigar Or. have sold.
ti mer/ to us Or doe. brnedlately.
Your niedichre l trudging 'wooden In lbie *erten. W•
ilia obtain NOMA acieliklit eertllknies, If you &dee them.
-• tor iale.by Keyser It ifedddrell..ll3 Wood eteeet IL z.
worn: pl . Wood cheat B. A. Ifahnestoek, A Co, eatoooO
!Fora sod Front streatr. D. H. Carry. D.A.Elam. Jana ,
U. P. ed,..u. Allothoirogoo tb• Pa
, dada Iliiiii4aliti-aitteructs.
iiiie!TVILD DT VII 'O'I4IILT 12i.ZOILAPII 14111.,
AHD szponia roams riTrinustai aAzzrre.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAISISHIP
THREE DAYS LATER FRdl EUROPE.
• • New Your, Julie 17.
The steamer Humboldt, from There and
Cowes arrived this evening bringing London
dates to the 4th, and Paris dates to the third in
larsapoot, Juhe 2d.
Money is easy, and console are fura with an
Cotton.—The market continued Cush, witb
zee," demand. The sales; of the day were 7000
bales at previous prices.
Breadstuffs--Flour is more saleable at the
rates of the previous week. Corn met with a
fair inquiry at 30t 30s Gd, which is Gd lower.
The weather had been cold, and the want of
rain was much felt. •
The steamer Ilernann arrived out under fifteen
days, to Southampton. The Europa strived at
Liverpool after a page:gent 114 days.
Thp propeller Lafayette, from Philadelphia
reached \ Liverpool on the 2d instant, hiving
previouslyput into Queenstown. Her air pumps,
63 already stated, gave way on the 4th day ont.
She performed the rest of the passage with, en
gines working under high pressure.
The United States frigate St. Lawrence sailed
from Southampton on the 3d instant for New
York. She was to touch at Lisbon to land Mr.
Haddock, the American Charge de Affairs to
Portugal, who was also the bearer of a treaty
between the two countries. The commander
and officers of the St. Lawrence gave-a grand
entertainment 011 board, on the day previous to
htt departure, to the Mayor and Corporation of
Southampton, as a return for the hospitalities
extended to them.
The Humboldt brings about 70 passengers.
Captain Ilatthewa,late of the city of Glasgow,
is to havecommand of the ateamer Oreat,Britain,
which comes to New York in Steptember nest-
The steamer Atlantic will be ready for sea by
the let of July.
The Exhibition was visited on the 21 instant,
by 60,000 persons. The Queen was present
INDIA AND CHINA.
The overland India mail reached London on
the 2d of June, with Bombay dates to the 3d of
lilay r and Calcutta and Madras dates to the 25th
There continues to be some alight disturbances
on the Pestilmr frontiers. Thedisbanded troops
were overrunning the Nizams Lerritories, - and
enacting every species of horror.
Julie° Pereand, the Commissariat of the An
glo 'Jodi= Armies during the past ten years,
and to whom the Governor owes half a million
' and is endeavoring to evade payment,
b.. been acquitted of the charges brought
a,• nit him of committing fraud.
n China, the rebels were making bead
le. i against the Imperial troops, and bad taken
po session of the province of KwanjsaL
e commercial advices from India are not tut
ea factory as those by the last arrival Money
•. very 'came at Bombay, and 71loctuations in
tb • cid:Lange had) bad effect.
.e Chambers of Deputies was dissolved on
25th of Slay, and the new Courts bad eon
led for the month of May, to rerrise the Con
I . RUSSIA.
e learn from Berlin that the Bing of Prussia
retn rued from Warsaw, and had assisted in
inauguration of the statue of Frederick the
be object of the meeting of the Emperors of
Is and Austria at Oimnts.; was entirely of s
a news from Prance, principally relates to
tb President's visit to the provinces. He had
received at Dijon with much enthneiasm.
Ile made a speech to the people, to which much
po tical importance is attached.
e popularity of Louis Napoleon was on the
in e very evidently, and it was: said, in
we informed circles, that should the election
tae place now, he would be chosen President
he Parisian lountals are dissatisfied with the
spe eh of the President at bijou, and regard
a declaration of war against the Assembly.
T e President returned to Paris •on the 3d
A z lo
unts from Spain represent the Govern
me t xd in great (earl of an insurrection'. At kir
drill, every mlitary protection was being taken
to inari against the Spanish. The Democrats
were again active, and bud lamed programmes
of future operations. , ,
CONSlia .1104 AL ELECTION.
.CESCIYNATI, JUDO 17
The, majority in the city for the new . Constitu
tion was 37:89; and against the license, 2623.
We hare returns from 65 cities, towns, and
townships in the State, whieh present a fair in
dication of the result in faros of the Constitution.
attitude° of Cincinnati, giving 2529 majority for
the Constitution, and 1917 against the license
Br. Loos, June 11
M. Lanier, of Ludlow & Smith's Company,
died of ;Cholera yesterday. Last night, at the
amine theatre, Mre. Blanch was instantly killed
on the stage, by the falling of a weight, behind
the scenes. r.
. .. .
The will of Judge Idullanghiwas read in Court
to-ds'y. fie bequeaths' one-third of his notate.
IS - Vio0,0(0, in trust to the city, for the relief of
emigrsots end others, and $400, 000 goon to - Ms
St: L'oure, June n.
Steamers departed for the Ohio to-day.
Statesman, Empire City, and Schuylkill.
BT. LOUIS MARKET.
Hemp—The - .stock on !used is 10,000 bales.
Prices range from $73 to $80? ton.
The City Council passedim ordinance, making
the subscription of $200,000 to the Jeffersonville
and Celumbus Haittond, and $4400,000 to the
Louisville:and ,Nushville Road, es soon as 'the
Company is organized. They alai. appiopriated
$4OOO for a survey of the Nashville Road.
- The ordinances will be submitted to the ' citi
zens in GO daye, and will be - approved by a large
The river is rising, with a little over 6 feet 8
inches in the canal.
' CINCINNATI, Jove 17.
The City Council passed an ordinance estab
fishing's quarantine below the city.
Every boat from New Orleans ban a large num
.ber of eaaea of cholera and ship feur—aome.
-times as blgb ea 30 cases. Our hormital WWI of
ihese.padents, but there are few cues of cholera
in the city; the citizens are generally healthy.
NEW POSTAL' ARRANGEMENT.
WASHINGTON, June 17
' The Post Master General has concluded ar
rangement for the exchange of malls between
the United States and the British Provinces, to
gointo effect on the 6th of July. The new rates
of postage are to be 10 and.lsc. preapernent
THE SLAVE RESCUE CASE. '
Boarox, June 17
, The jury in the rue of Lewis Hayden, accused
of being concerned., in the rescue of Bhadroch
was dischirged this afternoon. being unable to
agrec upon a rerdict.
RIOT MID BLOODSHED.
PRILIDILPIIIA, June 17
This morning, about I o'clock, a most die
groceful riot occurred at lied Bank, a few miles
below this city, on the Jersey side, at a German
ball given at.the house of J. Diver, which was
attended by a number of disreputable characters
from the city, who made an assault on the Ger
mans. They descended to the bar room, badly
beat Mr. Diver, and stabbed him in several
places. They also best his assistints, robbed
drawer 'of about $7.0. and elunnefully ill used
the females. The fight lasted about two hours;
and the neighbors being aroused, collected in
sul&lont foroe to quell the riot. ,
Sittenteetv of the rioters were arrested and
committed to Woodbury jail. Mr. Diver is not
expected to live. Several of the citizens of Red
Bank were stabbed in the melee, and one or two
of them ngerously.
Pun.ena.Pm•_, June 17
flonr-::Tbe market ls be, with sales of
1500 barrils at $4 ed 25, tter mostly at $4 18®
4 20 per bbl.
Eye -Irloar and Corn bleal--Sales of rye Sens
&Cs 3 ' 37 , knd of corn meal at $2.75 y 4 bbL .
Grain—Mheat is in demand at 103 e for prime
white, and , 97c for fair red: Sales 2000 bushels
rye at 72a. COrn is "Miro° and wanted at 610
62c,. end Oats at 431®44c 'ig bn, for Penn's.
Iros.=,-2he marker. is dull and inactive, and
' but little doing in sales.
Provisions—Sales of mess pork at sl6„ and of
Mime at' . sl4l3, Sales plain bacon hams
at 9010 d "e Th. Sales lard at ®oi lb.
35r'11104' atres • forward slowly.
Salta o f , a it
~ 000 it:45047e ,
BAvrtitoix, 'June 17.
Floor—The market is dull, with sales of 400
barrels at $4 121 for !toward street, at $4 2$
for city mills.
Cora Meal and Bye Fleur—Sales corn meal at
$l" 87, and of Rye Floor at $3 fict ; c ? but.
Grain—Market dull. Balm red wheat at 830
9 0c.. sod of white at 04098 e per bus. Yellow
corn is selling at 58c.; white at 69c per bushel.
Bales of oats at 38e.
Provisions—The market is quiet New mess
pork is selling at $l6 per barrel. Sales bacon
shoulders at 8c; aides at 900 f; and. bame at
944@pi 7t4 lb. Sales of lard n i t 90 in barrels,
and 10} @Ale in kegs.
Sugar—Sales 180 hhda Porto Rico at 6i p,6i.
Whiskey—Sales at 214(x)22} per gal.
NEW YORK MARKET
New You, June 17.
Cotton—The marketis dull, and dealers await
, g arrival of the steamer.
Flour—The market is without change, with
lea 3000 bids.
Rye Flour—Supplies as scarce, and prices
Groin—Wheat is dull. Sales 2,000 Genesee
at 95c. Sale 20,000 bu. corn at 560670 for
Provisions--Salas 100 bblo pork st tut quo,
tations. Beef is inactive, with salvia 4,0001b5
western middles at 81(2)83o "41) lb. Lard is dull,
with sales at 4094 "14 lb.
Whiskey—Bales. at 23c 111
Coffee—Bales. 3000 bags Rio at 9E090 1,4
Linseed Oil—Sales 3000 gallons, at 72c per
17 ,11 . ;
`; Tobacco—Sales 35 hhda Kentucky at 11@t3
Stooks—The market is firmer. Sales $lOOO
U. S. el:., 1807-8, at 1164@116/: do coupons
1868, 120. For Penns s's 94c, is offered; In
diana We En. Div. 84; do Kentucky G's, 1001; do
'Ohio, 1860, 113.
L Money is in good ;supply, and In active de
Ctscirmari, June 17.
Flour—The market isquiet, with sales 7001ibts
at $8 3003 90 bbl.
Whiskey—Sales at 17i ( - 3)179 11 gall.
Turpentine hat advanced to 48c 1.1 gall.
The river is stationary.
PULLAII6LPHIA, Java 17.
Beeves—Sale, 293 head' at $304 - t1 200 on
the hoof. equal to s6®7 75 net, and averaging
$3 40 ge ou.
Hoge--Bales at $6 2506 50 11 100.
B. T. Babbitt's-Celebrated Soap Powder.
WASHING without labor! Warranted
• • to take the etaloe oat or tab'. llama arid liar
Inintnnon Ton U..—Put mar clotheit In• oak:kin
quantity of told osier to onto them . than add too table.
rionfule.of Lni• Pup Powder. to each ricrivarts of water
and .dothe atol If lb. water Ir hand. add more of
thy P. and bhem t o unman% In lb. Mann than
prow thou down with a Wet, then put them In tub ~.d
add oshieieut mill 'eater. 03 Ilat titer W not to too but
to boodle, nut rut. tha dirt etwWteiln 11b....tbh
VI , . them • ttroWash rl.ias. ad tha t to sulheieut
mat • thou <leen.
Sni;"=fb;;;ri:;f nit tada Ia Wit SetetTe. It .1 1 1 Imo
tbo dodos vody whits, and no Idelesooll. Mr.
*expo do. TO. olden of dm used Cott not
Toed two <natio tom
,to • eattnnalf nen perms.—
M it trdt , =orate. will maks twelve panda
Ennertom ton illa.—Tans...poy Aa .oars.
mit tba Powder ill. it. and man tat It boil. NW
vies. Men add Ai quarto cold water: .tfr Mao intlaFiMlY
toseatber. and set it away wham It will net dream and
when mid It will ba. very tblen and Wm - Whit. Paao. anel
wEli wadi min t and not eat the bands UM inner Poll
Snap. me rot Mt elotbm. Cus to used with lAA or salt
water. bynoakuig month, tuto sir quarts 1=4.1 of
twelve. Tb. dolt Map hi best adapted for washing callus
and woollen immix.
Sold wholesale .ad ntall by 11. E. FELLED."
jed No. 67. Wood M.
TIEE GREAT KENTUCKY REMEDY !
DR. JOHN BULL'S . 13ABSAPABILLA !
T. IS put up in quart bottle% and con-
Wm the strength of So. ran us math puts Outs.p.
ill so thy i t seporstlou /maim Mat one dot.
Ler per bottle, orbathe We an dolltru
• /t hat beenst trail ataibbed net, for Texts port Out
Parsortuills. whom gore aart PUrtellr tuviswrt• w lb.
o.dr ram.. for all Quessee orightsung Dem on ha
ts re aisle of the Moo& the sue of mercury. 1000 00t
emote, evil babas itt south, torrthouna to. We beklir
tbs. AWN BULL'S EXTRACT OF SARSAPA
RI LA i. the oat pierarstioa Wort the public that le
rte and ea thiettr setratille pllartPles tttl oollonll
vrteurtit 'the hartspatilla tottebasad Oltluell !mug
to true. and evert rated. before beets art& Is sultrtrt to
stride.% etteashal torts, audits noulathortasol - toloul
torn.. being used!
Del r. tursthatilla also matting tlee 'virtues of wren/
otherealeable smoo th. together toerthot Oa beat torte
p , that. that traducing th e grootest carat/re agent In the
• WILL CURL WITUOCT VAIL!
tenth's or 61.4 Clect Symms Eruptions of
the Etio,. oleo .lt Chronic Sore Etc. liter
won:m u g .
1 4t . tat , l it rld I.lo:2b . e .a titter
014 Sore& Sere
of the Minds. fintohll
the on of
Pain to Ow Eltle.
tiro. (icons! Dolai DM./ Lon
, . . . -.. • •
- boa., Jaundice, Coottlootest. Ooze Throat,
Booothitio, (boob. Ooltio, Weak:moot tho thett, '
Polm =art Alottloos. and .fl Wo.r ttodlott to
PRODUCL CONNEII RION
Liver CootatiLlot rentstchtmolLrldto odd ootoplOtodn
tOrk ot4 :ferrous flrstlooOL SOM.. Night
ttmotoorr. totprodenra m LLfe. Chronic Como:Makes) Mr
eater, nod to • wind Lod moos. think, and toorrsltar
ir for lito ortton. Lort deott• otol Idtoo.n , ld.ndaDtt fv
gooottor La Stn. Mot oat..
fellanetuk is the crhathn copy of actltlcate no. In
powssabc or the proprietor of Bulls dersapctlia—
fay. E. W. &bonaddely and genera. town an an
eloquent see coompllsbee Puttoraf /L elkfcb• and
her. E. Elerro.m has been Imam ma we of the moat tab
ated cal seal.. Cambay that Ma Kentucky Confect.
d boast of for many years. and at this Urnee le Milne
the high and resposeibbe station of scut ax tha 1L
Book Concern. Can the world culotte tatter. or more
latiesCory tertitoons In icor of mt. nuctkiteeT
ldter Trotimony awslovrEoer Offend its Foeo of
• • B. E. W. laume.-Rov. IS
Lor:mita. Alar 71.1960.
• W• harenuod John Bras BanwpariCaomal bare kn.p
Il w bus., With entire sallehellota and we b. no how
iiatlw In Rating that we troneve It to Be a ad. all vale•
able medial compound. and ealculakd to produce much
t..l;r4ttire much .4 would therefore
" E? p gs fl(111;: .
A BEAUTIFUL CLEAR BEM.
ew we all admire a clear beautiful whim Min, quad
ray colored cheek. How often do we see pnvonsonot poor
waving Mlle "Seligman= en daeontlY to be UMW." re
meting to marntrate. lotion% valguhpainta. what r
atenale, to restore to them •• ectobience of dimar.
tat Ta '''' SL i l ' ar4llt a l t o t tlie
It Nunn.% ttut . the akin. by removing mery• partial* of
rombld tad luseed matter from Um bleal,ntartng
1,41.7. .4 'Morons. giving activttEto
moat and changing the yellow mg rk untenance to
the biome and (realm= of youth. lea aturlon the
went pants and nilslume , and um Bora
themily effectual 00-02017. "A ward to the M.Vtu n t
rient." and • hint ia enungb to the Maim
Testimony Like the Fearing, Renders SUpelflllot4t
all Comment on the Efficiency' of Blare Sara,
Own Dr. L liagnotk,Praeger of Chemberr in the
Lyularille Medical ttellega.
"I have loohal over tbe list of ingretirmia comoMinit
John Bull'allosaround Uttactof Itanwparilin.and no
holtablan in slayhvg that (bey tom a mfaentuttoumLltmli
au that running. well to rh route Jimmies, 1 w belt it
meltable." L. Y. VANDELL.M.,D.
. - Letromu.M. June 11,.1041.
Irhat DM PILES, Pianikta tta appafattamt.ta th. L
iidearan. s SAIMAPA-
LottsMag. Muth 20. 1519.
tgi P l= to
1. eacedantatatotra 0..11 rAlnalatat fa produce an al.
teratira haprtatlan ttre 1.11 , 4•11. 1 taro tued it betb
poldiu.tti 100 .10 arsetta, mat thlnA It pi tha l a s tat m atra of
RalZtit * PArilat at Uta Laolvtill . . Narita; Iliapttia.
109780.4tra.."471v,24. - A , ==
na tato, EKES ' I.IaOWEIAt
110, Wood Watt, Plttaborgt, hat WbOloala aad
A roMle OT D. M. CURET and JOE DOOOLABR Alba
Way city .and Dausittta vernally. .I•ll.ttAußatT
B UCKETS di TUBS-60 dos. Bucketz;
10 TubA for Pak t.r
1.2 • .1.. B. WATERMAN A 011110.
- DIRK—A few bbla prime, and axmall lot
Bulk Blest. 6.606 br
b. O. IVATICIMAN A 60641.
UTTER-5 bbla Pack.
- o ' 2 k.P
B . 2l2;Plard7 L :Nlta br
TOBACCO - 20 kege (tledge'a) No. 1 Six
Twirl, for rah! by JA818.2 LAMM.
. 68 Water, nod 76 firer rt.
BLOOMS -200 torte Soft Tenn., for sale by
14 JA65.6.8 DALZIML.
AHD OIL—W bble. No. 1, for sale by
1r . 2. WICK it toteCANDI.I2.I3.
FrA.NNERS' OIL-50 bbls. just receiving
1. by otaylaloaut for We by JANUS DA12.21.L.
ye 2 (A. Wolter
G ,l AL SODA-350 min Sal Soda of our
owo mato., Itrt male at r i ne;lA%
Extra Fine Oolong Tea. -
TUST RECEIVED, at N 0.556 Liberty et,
til a very tropertra article of Oolong Tety whip we be.
cannot be atunarteed In du city. Mmo
choice, delicate towered, but bight,' aromatic Black.
t?al ui vatt ' •.tied. Rom yie .4 .eg
0 51.%- 00. •
an " d ;lack Itlalladmi to int entire
pant or no ornstantly en hand in3d r by
WM. A. IdoCLURCi A CO..
"p 2 Oro...Tsang Tea Drailorn
'VIRE BRICK-20,000 beet fire, in. store
and for xi. bT JIIIEB DAITZLIG
my3l N0.68 , Water rt.
FLAX -10 sacks for ear by
jq WICK M'CLADLESS
IIIREE-PLY CARPETS.—Just received
st the Carpet Warehouse, Net 75 Fourth st new and
ark tOme . PIT reSluts. UM W. 51`CLINTOK.
MORPULA-50 or. for sale by
jal B. A. FABYEBTOCK A CO
AMWAY SEED-14/0 lbs. for sale by
joR B. A. PAIINVITOCK & CO.
SO baxes_prf=s New Choe. , 4
1 Ws. No. 1 114111 . For• H...1;10r.
WOO lbw. navetiar ELlgratug.lbr Dr
700 40111. WATT CO. Dibffir
BcmtomATE POTASH-750 lbe. for
" 11° DT' De) J. ma) a co.
ENECA 011-2 bbIA. for sole by
• LEWD kW.
TANNERS' OIL-20 bbls. for Jude by
to/2S • ROIIISOF, LITTLE 2 40.
11C AILS-400 kegs for sale by
my 23 ROMBON,IIIux* co.
United States Hotel at Philadelphia.
THE SUBSCRIBER ;espectfially annotat
e.. to his Mends mod the teseelllnj
t rackir t y,
STAITYti b i TIOT CL. Long 1 - rne l l ' ln eV:pensive, with
Hotel ander the tote Proprietor, be finis perfectly safe In
in the country. No expenee bas •been spared to =t i e;
ly refitting the Lt establishment. sod be tall
Witte attention to the eimnsee Introduced tor the ease
resdenee and comfort of Lethal. Being firmly datertidw
ed to elm eatisfaction, be mlleits • continua.. of that
pstronage alaoye to • frsely bestowed on the old United
MA. L . • •Bnygloi A. U. ALLY.N.
THOMAS WHITE, BONNET. MANG
FALTrUKER. No. 41 South ? f ood litreet, (above
tout. east aide,) Philadelphis 1ab15:17
B .'rxdAnv,. - wooDwAR - tac — c..,
sale Gram. No. 2-.1 Matelot. Philadelphia •Pll
D. C. J. D. ‘11...R. •
BUCKNOR ,E CO., Tobacco
0,00.0)0100 llerehanta No. 41 North Water Amt.
o. 10 North Wh0.,,.. PMladelpldo. soil
19.ERCER dr. ANTEI,O, General Commis
lion Item-hard; Philadelphia. Liberal advance:
tu on consionalento of Preatotoe deuerallr.
Office for Foreign Patents,
No. 6 Wall .t., N. York, and 166 Rea rt., London.
EATENTS YOE INVENTIONS procured
10 Great Britain, Fret., Ikkiust.,lfolland, Lad all
rv.t. or Clued., Cuba, aml the Bre.
ititurtuallott on the stun eau tuat b_ y Addronodnit
J. V. PIREBON,
myGdm Wall esinewt. NeW
EMrior ;I - 1 - 1.E nt a
BNi and Tallruic Ink
Ituildluet, New Toll , . •
PILIT ream To vat
gu% per d0t....... 60 6 , m• PM
On dt - iliallt,imyko --RI/ oeula.
TM" is dm bees srtiele - msnufactured. It MM. freely—
('a cool INE—und will not cormvie,mould.
peecipitale or deal. mkd tomeme" all the qualifies moil ,
ct i fora good Writing 11th adtable Pte the
mir.hly adopted for the at el
The employ** t Pnamred to furolsb to the trade M.
ther fey export or boom comormptkm. t tbe above very
WV pia*. pot up m per order.* delivered let on=
of Um city free of charms. No *me fur ease.
or Inv ate charged extra et sadiron.
81 Nam* 61..wzIrrurffolliti.naw.
Professor A. C. Barry's Trieopherorus,
OR MEDICATED COMPOUND, for re
x, atmiut, precorreing mad beautifying tbe Indriff•dlf.
Una reurf and dandruff. end curios disuses of the O f .
gland* sod modes, etinga. eilbb brut apralna,Mo. It
bee been ascertaine dby ekPerimeuti ~
produced the nine egret In curing diem. of lb.
akin. et. of the home. Lod all the animal ItiOrdook Th.
following teetharlals, aelectect from hundreds of similar
to show the value of the preparation,
' ficTint oVmation In which it la held bY IbOPV who have
given It • trial
/mow. dour—Uwe S ir-1 ha" been .aZiMed with a nib
laneema erciLUntt w eif comlp. of • ncee
and .d. l. lrZir ehar
r. t g • lti the *lei of warfe ' Tihe oust e.t.d.:gut plural.
elan& sad have tria d the p4parstiona Bar Me heir and
akm cm Imam, without the leant benefit 1 waa deiced
by • friend to try your Tricopherous. I did
f o e se . loot
moat, led. to *omit.* sod irnaUfratiou, ound myself
eared In about two oth. Eaeh as the enn of the
dboriler that at timee I was patial:l bawd.. '
V kt /LOME.
ji""'lfunt. r n4o Odombia greet. Brcoklyn.
Now You. Oct 'a, MO.
PIbI Beaz i rpl • Deer Sir—About two yews seamhale
maw ma • deal, awl my bed wee mimh =idol
via. denary. . Iwe rola by • friend Wiry yoraTrkophar
ow. and I did so. and to my `astoraehmen. my halt mu
112921• 'noted, and ell the dandwil dlemmeseed, ea Um
bead acne shows tor Itself.
With mime. I.m yew °bort sereL
$ TREADWIIIa, 6i3 Doleawar.
It am Id/' or gnitlMolla doStbla the MatinalticityPf the
&bor. - they will Menne eall at hollers= A C Berry '.012M.
137 Browlicey, kw York. where be will prodow the
_Mem the Mi li tary and Tavel Argue, Tow 9. 1950.1
There b we remedy ter lb* bermanort cum a bidden.
and darer. of the crardetta generally. that Lae reathed
P 3 thiletitY mtioyed by the article Guerra ar Probsoor
Burr's Triovberoor, or Medicated Criethound. It le m•
twasively aced by thr upper dame of the eemmunity:
ouremy lo the load Me wed I. Metwthwe to
other ankle* et the kind. It Impart. elithr to the Melee!
me th' h .ll Vl=C7l ' arrtgrl grec t r tr rea r ild ' t= thu
ham lam wed 'dwelt It will elm all theme. of the realp,
melt as mad bead. 4.r. worm. mid Mbar obrirmirme dhow.
dem of the lath in charmer m welt m ilbeacy, Mande
mtrine It Marla In birth bailtha Dthre 25remter
TT Treadway, aml at the Drugebra ammeenr, thmethemt
'Do Milted Matra sad Canada apt.Ttf
ILUTCHINSON Co., Nol3 Spruce Street,
taw TORE, Whobotale mumMettsress of lb. best
ENO LIEU DEINTINII INES. fto. Steel and La..
Fyttpl6 Psts.Nros, sod CT Mtn hook sad Job Wank. ,ble
of 10.9,000 b
Th.ourtmatmloal 0 Came lake, .0.0008 arc
usaassal Termaneuey arosiseapatoltb.y oil.
10 nae. .14 at Trees van laa oom 10cLLto11.00900 10.
ro l l atalso;•• • Vutase=4. l . ' a every ahadeasai
..nallty 000100 front SLIM. to 06.00 per lb. sorB .oo ol
Shawl and Mantilla Warehcrase.
S. MILLS. No. G CORTLANDT ST.,
,11 . 21 Stalra.) NEW 0011 E, tosr stalllsTolas Of
Tlplant assenatepta 000,100 AND.
Stroo7 r FOWLSevar Afro LACE
INMAN asal all thada of TILE MANTILLAS, to ofaem.
6.1 1101. tbe West Earls seeeired Or tb57 ' 66:66
asal partkolasty ...166.1 b lb. 0701 0a00 S.D.
Sal&in 1 3,, 10=141 , 1 : 1
fr v ,i 4,.. ,1 of
, t;ti=LII .B,. AZID UM.
at silt Turk 0.00 Paramlia. (1100. and 01u ,
Sam AR of 00101 .1 b. Wend .1 .tr.dy
0. IMeDarla Gas Western trieststo.-
0616 °orate. reveal
W 12.19 STAILD6... istbstattni •
01. ale•albe tratomort.... lOW
FORWARDING & cOIII3IIBBION unowiT.
OIrfTNIIIB his usual facilities to receive
%_/ on Atorage.ralo, and Tratubloment, Morthandar
L. Coals leave had data lor aii points
on the Laaaa and Ina Mirada Ca/3M and aloe,
rodoornefo—al.a LORII3, N.lllan Cod
Mewl do. a Quin:
Ur. John .L.Caolzhey. apE.Can
ST. LOUIS & ST. JOSEPH.
BT. Jong, MISSOURI
3TIDDLETON, RILEY & M'OEE,
Lemawl Foroortttog iferetuats, the
KtPr to Mt...wtz al itooloo. and terms. Etotliott k Co,
rlttamoth, • •P"T
... .. .
tpAYILI C. TUTTLE, Attorney at 'Law,
.ad Coaminkrtier Ibr Petakerlraala. Bt. Lord, Mo.
rommanitations P . ..Pt17 ....red. .1t 2 . 1,
rjOHN'lli RANKIN. Attorney and Conn
wllor at I•or tad Commliaknier L. th e !tats a.
rontylntala. lit LOtts... Mg, (late Fort
Beforracts.—Ptt4burgh: Um. 'lfs.rd. Unapt= •
Hiller. )ICandirsa A IleClane. Jotro E. Parke, Illnalls it
timple. ileOad_t Co.. yult:11.
AMERICAN HOUSE, -
narin'rca BTRg 17, HOSTOk.
T"E unarn , igmell having entirely re -2
tont ejolemilario4 the those extensive satthllthe
Dikrot, esm ni It gin all 'bunt three hthilith
meth, a mild nopeolull y gin nodes that it Is nth cede
hiroll pcmiom ahrommealallon of the tramilli A nil
An i .
extruded ostlers/the nthirltheal conmillenees of this
Ileum is dressed superiority, .n the unmet.. pith...
mute which harel.sti made =MA be properly Meth In
arc ailicrrireml- Suers It in sari to expense ha ken
rpered ne th er th any atextrainZerfeel.
' The furniture exempla e r order, rermit... .1
cost. and certain yerrttens it, especially the thawing
moms, sal he Muth to be of the mot beautiful t
m e a ls
tholot mow am rithithinthe snii the both* lth
meals still le so immured afto silt the coneentrom of the
early and Isle.
hem dethrtment will he coutheteil la in nthicepUons; -
I lie umnocr And the proprietor platers Messer that th e
American House shall he truly the
lebb:34l•llllWrittir LEWIS RICE.
MOLASSES ~.t SYRUP—
Im bbt• B.l.l.ldolsades
10 - Pyrex
10 iv Oda. Goldne lipruse
B A R D w i e IHALM
. . myl6 -
WS Witter sh
MAPLE SUGAR:-2 ble.*ery choice Ma
pl. huger, lust real an At eahi br •
. ' iv .A. Ikcianto 1,00,
u_g_lt Amy undies Desire.
. 30 , V a iliffia r i§ — Silif - §- 7 TDOlll;re Refin ed LLest Cruabed. Pulverised awl Powdered. constanll7
en and Ibr ale by the barrel or weal!, lathe lower.
as TWA. by WM. A. IirCILUAII I CO. _
sayl9 . . 2.l4Libeity are ~
hawed In slore and for We bv
my . 24 Kum. larruswii 1 co. .-; • .
DRIED APPLES-30 sacks prime, for sale.
by, mfa • HURT, MATTIIEWA A co.
ti ASTOR OIL-9 bble. (Blow's make) for,
V.r alb by mom aim, bI•TTIINWS • CO.
SUGAR -"_4O hbde. prime N. 0., for erde by
mors - AU MI A. Iit7CLIISON • Co
COPLEY'S POT CLAY-36 bbls. just reted
and fur We by J: 1.11100!illAHLIL W.
my:l • '
CLOVES -15® lbs. for sale by
mr23 B. A. VIIIINESTOCK t co.
SUP. CARB. SODA-2 kegs for sale bY
mr..l B. A. IMILISSIOCK k CO. .
RENCH ELOWERSA splendid va rie ty
et the or v lr m r p. Pt rzl.s . bruch land ASCIICICIn Ylo
n4MI. to II ver7 ebeaN
,m,21 A. A. MABON "
-DRIED PEACH ES-35'sacks in store, Will
nold low to rloso lot, by:
mr/I MAUL DICUSY .4100.
BUCIik TS 50 Marietta, for sale by
min J. B. CANTIALD.
IPROODIS--00 dos. Corn, foi Bale by
- hum J. B. OAMIELD.
Q - ALERATUS-160 boxes pure;
'" l thrz; D. CAN inr.LD.
lIETA.R-100 We. Powdered, for sale by
0 = T v . DUVALIDGE • INORRAM.
GREASE -15 bbls. good grease, now land
imt 6 "'" *. '" cw 'gratif iffairEMbi
pItANSPARDNT WASH. B A 1.1-4--A fine
article reel sad for sal. R.
ii Stom il a
mylD fl. H. Wiclittli3l. •
EXCHANGE SANK STOCK—For sale by
PI3I3ARL ASS-20 casks foi sale by
me..l ,8 DALLELL
ASII-4 casks pure, for sale by
corn . . B. CAN FIELD.
DBJE D AI'PLES-20 bags for sale by
m 521 R. DALZELL (XL
-I „,,T A SII-5 casks for T a al v e a lg att a
PEAL ASH-25 '49 ' f i. r s ! t i A e Nlr..D.
PINT[ ROOT-2000 Dm!. for sale by
, T l 9 J. tUDD & CO.
DRIED BREF, &v im, • •
1(03 99red 199 A
0) :9 WILL:AIWA eu.
WALL' PAPER. Of• my ova manufacture,
cjai: TIVIS 11'11 17 1 = 1,31 ..; 60 Mated it.
HOUSES, FARMS, &c.
FOR •RENT.—A three story brickli
doettiort home. ritooto on M. street. betpron
orit ood Road tho booso L. pod botabod pith br
drool ha the kitchen sod obomohleh ahem Ma bathroom
with hot and cold Pate, } l / 4 1.1.111,101V12 ilinlltdiAtAi
a li bi ed
~ to /J. P. PONIONNLIONST
Mont • OM
No. 03 t 5 rt.
_ _ _
Henze and Lot for Sale.
ii.LARGE LOT, on Leneock street, Al t a
leitheny. tanning through - to Rebecca. fronting
• met on eath street, with . depth of M leek
nether with a goal Prick Dwelling Honer, containing ,to
nem. For tort. apply to ACIILSORWOODLIUIIIik. Roc
Limon etreet. or J WIN P. &WIT. feC
ISTORE ROOM TO LET, on MarketsLa
second door from Fourth. -and adjoining the
Math and Jewelry Morn of IV. W. AIM,. Thi
More Room ha. the band...meld front In the city, and In
the bent legation for n Dry (kola au. Fancy Beninese. •
Rent for the bedsore of the fro. will be very low. Eto
gnire of JaPdES GRAY. or •
Beal Estate for Sale.
AVALUABLE unimproved LOT, 'on the
mroo, of Liberty and Factory stwwts, Fifth Ward.
oflOsitf , the Berman catholic °lurch. 30 feet fronton Lib
by bat foot drop MI net. y. MAN( bock to Opriog
thftw story Brick Dwelling Dowse Po Liberty
Frrret. adjoining the above, the lot being Ken t. trout by
100 feetvieelt. The !sense Is large and conv built in
modern style ,esd mote. eleven rooms.
A Iso—b) acreof very 'MI usble land nessFharpobargh.
Also—A Yana of lara arm In West Deer township.
Also—A Farm of 254 acres In Lawrence comp. ogles
front New Castle.
Alsto—Fayms in Deaver county, of variont, mites and
prim, from 121/0 arms down.
Also-12 very valuable lots to Nanvoo. 1111no1r. Pricer
N. P. it 11. L. ILFETTERMAN.
Attorneys t 1 ad 11.1 Mate 4iPettiv,
mild • N 0.07 Fourth street, Pittsburgh,
yoR BENT—A Warehouse on Water
street. between Iluket and Ferry, eultable for
e produce busioru. Lo4bim of
myng • JAMES DALI,ELL. 44 %Valre
To Let, •
ripllE well finished and furnished Store,rl
Third street, near the Post (ere, at peewit
by Mr,. Parker,ae Jewelry Store. bpply
to ; n D. 0,47.7.A.1413 Liberty st-,
resylfctf Lyttle's Row.
Rost, Tribune. and Dispatch copy.' •
FURNACE., at Dresden, Muskingum CO.,
0b10.14 miles from Zonesrille,to no, rumbas order,
tri superior Mesas Engines <..1.07. or ronednlC oat 7
tuns uf Pig Iron pee day Tbers Ut •b[lodabt EZIPD4 Of
Ong 111 Its Iromedato vicinity. It Is wassucted by a Mort
canal with the Muskingum river, *bleb le usvlguble rev
eteamboato the greater part of tba.Year. thereby affording
forehlyping to freightor to any point on the
Ohio river, at low rates of The Iron beretofore
manufarturrd at this Furnace. bbl beets consumed In
Zanessyllle. For terms apply to
GEO. JAMBS. ZuseUille,Ohlo, or to •
RILEY d rasnizrou. aslursors:
.000 ACRES Farming and Gmi th ni
ilmben river lentil Moire miler a: Non York and
• Also-I.oooAcme in Elk. coutiZ4.i onio l g a nw
ling terms. En q uire of
tort - cornet of Mutat and Third stA
TWENTY ACRES of Gardening Land, al
reuly under g ood cultivation, toithin one lade k r the
Vaiti . o."lll . or, hd
ile at Ma banking Howse of
A. ,NYTLKINS a CO.
tort comer nf - Market and Third Ho.
Desirable Suburban Residence for Sale.
THE subscriber offers for sale the house and
Tremont, where!. am, resides, situate:tan Park et, be
low Tremont, Allegheny, and etynttls Mims.? walk Tram
the market of this city. The lot Ls 140 ft.front on Perk .t,
running beck 252 feet, to an Alloy--containing neetiT one
acre of gmund. and le bounded on every Aldo by large open
lam, adorned with trees and ehrobt.ry. The house la
pearly now. large. end etc...tingly well arr.grd, hasing
• front of 50 feet, and • depth of W. arid contain. fourteen
mom, besidee balls nine feet wide. it la built in the I.st
sad moot durable manner, end hes a Imiroofroog and
<Detains ell the modern moventences. Two Peleefels with
an unfellirog inepply of hard and mfr....ter , am at th e door.
Ork th e metabes aro the twenteart out buildings. etable,
marriage boos, A, The grounds ste laid out nicalif ••
lawn. mitered arab choke frult tree, *mean... fieWering
eOrd,hrut,.eorninai, froweberrim. reePlwrllian Lew land• =a. o
The trait le of the best ki.l. mid the trees are In
their nein.. end yield encorgh far the wants elan onlinerp
. The watintlon of this property, se to nelubrity and
harshen cesufem, cemeniney with enntigolly to th e CRT.
issurnansel by any recidcnce in this vicinity. it bus
• stele of the Ohio Ricer for over • mile, of Tenspcianew
vine. South M
Plitsburgh, the city, the two rivers, and the
hills around, forming altogeth s. er • penoramie Trouped. of
which the et e never wearieen bola whiele enter. .
departs trete the 1 tof rittnt.urgh au the Ohlo. ranee In
toll kW. Ths neddruce end groupie en also coma/Mel/.
—1 any mirmyeure of dos, to destructive of
gcl:t=lti L :m . ertg
•I r fie y be sold It alejmills. and lineweLen given
TIIE members of the Fairmount Fire Cora-
LtaT I,llll:"Me r bL'lf ' . '11%111' 8 4:11c
It I In goal or
WA( 40k, Perm street
iFOR RENT—A Dwelling House ua
Thlnl etre.. store and near to guiltb6cl.l. It
/es g as Grillers. large yard. Loeb Loner, to Will
b. r "Fo l 7B/IVa P te" e ". l "' g .:Yet,'lr t ar Ward.
between Penn etreet and th , t3llte D ul i rteie; irros.
at Ilea l .Darlingtoo'a.Luualb meet. Lear
Valuable Real Estate for Sale.
lIE SUBSCRIBER offers for Sale, 0n .. .0 .
terms, the following r.. 41 Estate, in
Thty of Pittsburgh, . It
No. I. Throe valuable three story brick dwelling boo*,
00 SIVOM Meet. between Nernstput Perry streets, t h e
lots lotng *sett 10feet train 01 NO mi.. •
- X. Contains 17 Soot hoot on Thln streetadjoining
the Third Presbyterian Church. on whleh is etee tam
lbw shay beck house. toed as • minting &flee. end on.
two story brick warebouer.
Na 3. Two lots 10 1.110100. BfiTtt county., being lots
Nos 3 std I. being about 100 fret equare.on latish isereen
summed ork of four fixate dwellings. and one eegamle
welling. all too stories high.
NM 4. On. lot 40 feet front on Beek street, onosite the
above, and extending to t h e top of the hill.
I. Two botch Ms. each 60 feet the
Wein the bas 4 nalestrunde on the 111 g Beater,
had. One valuable water lo t. 1141 het on Wheel RN"
w lb ten shares older power attached.
ho. 7. Om lot opposite the water lot. SO fort front. and
extending to the lop cf the bill, on which le erected one
4ifory Leek store and warehouse, ?A by GO fees, also one
• dwelling, two stories high. •
."o. 4. One large lot in how Brighton. Beaerromnity.b.
log about, 140 feet on Broadway, and shout WO het deep.
oreatalnlng 134 SM. on which are fleeted two large frame
dwellings. eM one smell frame Lome need se .00are.
This propene was Immerly esenpled I 31, T. C. Ootthl.
end Is very plessantly located, being Immediately opposite
the Fallsion HMV.
Na O. One water Int.hamedlately below7aßston Bridge,
being about 100 (set In length. extending from Wahr
street to low water mare or towing rob.
t The obese er ty will
e eerrrable term._ ,
inVie : r = es U"s 6 e l4 Vlt f l:lan ,s
Ihrortial end Post ornl.l
BLOCK GY BUILDINGS. on the coer °Mash.'
to and Penn and Ore:Ml.lg on three
raniu Cane'. lo the City of rittaitirch. Thli Lot fronti
one hundred and forty tow tvt Denii ... C4 , ..;:nd axe
hundred .od nine feet nine Inches on 11 Men ,
to twenty het Miry.' Inquire oL tviD ,3 prr -
No. 106:reaul st.'
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE4-' The:under
alined e Par.
rn sal. • lams statistier of alltudde
ul las Int, and roam 4 . .7 desirable altos Ns alanabd,
br i m 30 the Borough of PlnnlP•hals; lasted near..lb•
nPoblie tkbool /louse sad NondLUD Latberan Mara.
o rapid growth populallotraod
manufacturing 'meth, and Ile maw:able pride. st wbfell
lots 'WIN* wad, will reader them • eafa. add protitatddl.
redmonL Shim p•rfect 'Arras favorable.
tb. l ,o. o .MMor t h - - - 4=r:,_ o rair'l3 ( =e=ilslVi.
betwpen .alm and Four. ' areas, or of It Masa
Symms mad N. Patterwm, Ewe., at NAP pekes In airoo 7
ER RENT—The large and commodi , :n.
. street, (lately ocenpled ,
no:6W with an entire lot adjoining. • 6166%244
wed ao • goad. Atto , , , Otobltow Wm two wow. EFlttirt
of ELM AND 8,1101111.15 .t o _o.
N 0.69 Warr .
LARD OIL-20 bble. No. 1, for sale low.to
elms sorutxxxxxxl. et the .ton. of •
0. IC NVICT,ERSIIAM.
=TV wrens liVrol end Sixth ets.
C Ii tIEAV BONNET RIBBONS-A. A. Mt
wag t aro now opening . a tarn lot of beautiful
at. ea hpriog Ribbon., at 12 .ii mote Per Vitt!. The. Volk
ar. unsurpawed for al:matte,limy aro wall worth 25
cent. No*. al and Ei ?lartat at. mrzi
VI.SHING TACKLE—Canes, Rods, Lines,
2,• \ Hooka. e., whalesale and retail. ha
' W. W
CT Market Anti. corner of Fourth.
in largo !variety, and at the
71.sie erioribl7; 10 nod
. 0117D3,1 , ' W. W. WILSON.
lIE PENCIL OF ROBERT BURNS, tho
POE'fl mop be rem ot
AIS 'a oplooded sorortoarot tiald and Moro Pocono,
Oold - Peso , of Ow best mortotforonet Pocket Patent Part
Nano% Or: W. W. IVILNIN.
lIAMS-32 casks Bacon Hams, for sale by
my2.l JAMES I. UUTCU WON A CO.
1111CII Crimson Velre t and Gold Paper
Ifangboya, Cor Draglog R.16:11.,jud Tee'd from Paris,
lah, by W. P. Mr R.BIIALL, 83 Wood rt.
ry . B3
rRINTING PAPER-A large lot Double
Ilallum and haperial Prinums,,.:gri.a,m,. by •
myll corner aikat and &mat rag
PPING PAPE S—A large assort
N r r A omt of Wrapping Pa 31anilli, Rag, rout Straw,
ma, Ibr gala at . W. 8. HAVENS
10r2.1 Paper Rambo me. Market aml 31 ex
i GROSS TEL PENS, of all ~nnli=
g llett , 1. a
celebrated manalbeturern% ealett
NIL S. HAVEN'S Stattoren7 t 0.,.
dlrdl , earner Market end Second Ida
LOUISVILLE WIIITE LIME-50 bbls
[mit. ree'd and for sale bi M.l V. WILSON.
_ 147 Dant. and IIP Second et.
GERMAN CLAY-200 boxes for dale by
olyl9 R D ALZELL & CO.. LI !lefty pt.
DRY' TILDES-7W (prime) elate by
B. 2 lIARUAIJUIL
POIVE EXT. LIQUORICE-1 cau formic
by . my 9 IL A. PAIINESSOCE 100.
BARRY',S TRICOPIIEROUS--12 dot. for
yyln b) R. 8, NELMS.
T7l Wool .t.
RENCII GELATINRWhite aadCo!ored•
And Corperl. Auterfeb. lormbidobJelllr
!Abe bulge. rte„ br Fab br
A. McCLURG I. OD,
byln Oroorrs obi Tn. Drabra
1LU.51-50 bbls. for male by
..0.2 Ki OD & W.. CO Won , 0.
COPPERAS -25 bbls. (good) for inloby
mill. J. IiCWOONMAKEII 0343.
ALUM -50 bbLs. for sale by
n 0 .13 J. AMMON WAS ER /I CO.
QIIALI-16bble new for sale by
.1.7 milt W. kT. WILSON
ERGOT--I 0 lbs. (fresh) for sale by
r/ lay& IL A. YAllNErrocr* ox
Tifhighest price in Cash paid for all the
ferant andel. of ..g iso .m/ Wool, by
el 7 . MURPHY a ILEA
12. EN VINE SPERM CANDLES
Juddipstent poli.hed "
nag • ftrunkle by
WU. d. .II'CLUILti Co..
IRE BRICK--65,000. (Coal' °Tore) Fire
ognoi of not saperlt,,r to the Bolin? Trickj
on bornt end for rale
SALLtNGFOED t CO.
INSEED 04,-30 bbls. Orarmateiipozq
ityr gale by 8C1109 . N.11 AKER a Co, •
C 1322512 YELLOW
mu J. 13CROMILAICES 00
• AYER'S CURRY PECTORAL. " •
/OR VIE cups or' •
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHI
TIS, WHOOPING-COUGH, CROUP,.
AMONG the numerous discoveries Science
has made fn this generation to beilltafe the business
of firs , tumear It. enjoyment, and even probeg the term
of human existence, came eat be mined of more Dal value
o manklo4 than this Contribution at illiteslista7 to the
Healing Arc A vast trial of Rs Maims: throngbout this
vest country, has proven beyond Odoubt that no medicine
ar cembinstkui of medklnee yet Wrest can so elrely con
trol mad cure the nut:wrens varieties of pulmonary dlreMe
whit* have hitherto swept from ow midst thonsands and
thousands every Test. Indeed, there Ls now abundant rea
son to believe a remedy We At length been found if hlch
ran be relied on to cure the most binge.= Obeli.= cli
the imams _Our space here will not permit us to publish
.07 propartion of the corm cSected by Its mg, but we
present the following opinion. of eminent men,And nifer
;Maher emptier to the circular, which the agents below_
nsoted will always be pleased to fumbh free, wherein am
full partkulars, and issUsputable wed of thole Pacts.
Ffirm the Prenktrni el Amherst CbtleVe. gli..kb.d" , PRO
I haw noel your Cherry
1100 t lr hi naf i ht . t/s, and - . 0,
irg; ,Vlrik.f.l. 4 g,grzi, - . 4 ,° :- ' °hid
resins, you welt. liberty to we ft. ae yen th r
ink proper. •
EDWARD lITIVEITIOCKL. L. D.
Fenn the widely cde.brated PROI=OI2 =LIMAN, IL
cat " Lf.A}lll7e ' t tebbirt%Z.t. MlneN to
Scientlils etklp of Amerka and Erope.
°I deem the Cherry Pectorarut eh/Wahl. commdtkin
trim some of the best artist..ln the Mated& glad and
Avery effect/re remedy for the elms a
B ra it Is Inter,
del to cure:' New limn, CI., ow. 1, MS
XAJCar P 47715011; Pretidertt elf the S. C. Shwa. gates
that he has used the Cherry Pectoral. with wonderful rac
er.. to cure au lutlataination of the lungs.
Prow one of the Jfret Physkims in Maine
• Saco, Me., April =1349.
"Dr. J. C. Ayer. Lowell—Deer Sim i am now constantly
Wrotre:i r s= Vgful i =l;ltegt=
ration o f Meal' Nem. mw. I ern coortoceel It will cure
moghs, colds, and Maws°s of the lure., that hen put to
other remedies. I kivarlsbly rgcommend Its
use lu ears of ocatromplion. and madder It morta the best
remedy known for that disease.
Respectfully yours, 1. B. CUSHMAN. M. D.° . 1
Prepared and sold by JAMES O. AYER, PracticalChaug
I. Lowsll, Maas
Wad In Pittsburgh, wholesale kid bj B. A. FAIL
N [BLOCK A OD. and J. M. TOWNSEND.
In Allegheny City, by IL P. SCHWARTZ, aid J. DOll.
OLAS; tad by orwirvionvmovey. ,cce.cemer
A Valnable-Improvement in Trusses.
MR. HARD'S Improved Patent TRUSS
s " `"b } .! v Zri: Var p rL. 6 L - ogAl;l7frz to
tutu Ird pritl e dffiee of action from other Truism. haring
all the advantages of • wail-regulated sad antic= prem
comforthe premme an be so regulated as to give ease and
ico in the mud difficult an of Hernia, and en be
ncreased to almost any force desired. The trots are Lena•
teal, end being brought to bear Immed.latel7 0000 the
hernial melting. and wording perket security and Mew
lion at all time, even nader the meet violent exercise.
Br the use of this Truss. when applied pmwrly by • Mill
ful siirgeon. the 'mum rimed brty the danger of
stranpolatied, or any other dangeroue or painfulmmea s ,
logwhich is mt. m nufreguyst deurence in th e mu ,
of illy adapted Mmes. It is a wry 19M.M013 practice
for PenOLLI sffileted with Hetpture to select • tense ands?.
rly thentselvest This I. • had prectim. which can be
seen only by shoes who understand the anatomy of
parts afteded hentia
We would mid respectfully mil the ettuttlon of fly/i
-deas to this TRIM, as we know they will anctuUte lie
value. We also bare a variety of other Truants at the
lowest rid.. Intmt Trusses kept mutantly on hand.
Elliftthlt t IMUOWELL. Agents.
leg 110 Wood et, Pittsburgh.
Dr. Hard'o Abdominal Supporters:
THESE SUPPORTERS are inwnded
ly for the cure of Prolamds Mai, and all those dis
eases where a mechantrelsopport to the Abdominal %teem
Is required. Theere perfect support to the al:doming
organs, cad by worn with comfort by aLL The
ease. produced • weakness of the abdominal mosaics
are Prolapais Uteri. Falling of tha Bones. Liles. Costly,
l'ahltion of the Heart. Tara IV mend debility.
' jig • r lb/ Wood st-.l.ll2sintrgb.
FOR PIIRIETING THE BLOOD--tbe best
Emma. Malkin. known. Incipient Coosumptkon.
Banennent.Lesmortbmor Whites.. lemodarldenstmation.
Inconlimence of Veine.Getterel Prod:radon of the Spongy
Scummed Spirits. and Gloomy State of Snick age cand
Dr. cuyagfrLrbodSfY4keeDock oad Stmtruten•Ott.wbkb
gives immediate relief by renewing the fountain of health
and angegth, the blood. It outran ea bad humors, dope
unostural ammtimm. Mel giro Makin' nation it an tin
mud nitetntite Pdgertke mogier it wait.' y
cable to the slender and Mileage emetitation of the to
male. It itmaliately counteracts that distreesing neurone-
Enew and lamlinde to common to the female frame, and
ite pant an mercy and bliorndr ee stanching seller
are gratefuL We have evidence on 61. .blob induces us
'strongly to' deionmend this medicine to mankd Monte
who ham not teen bleated with eteldok
I'mlapts U leal, or railing of Da Womb, of die Trars ohm ,
ding, eared by Dr. Gum:U . 2 Ealgact of Tenor Dock and
Sarsaparilla. altar every other boolro rowdy had born
trk..l 'without Mier: •
. • Wasmatorcm. 0., Feb. lil t VW. -
!Ws certifies that Mr erih. wR aTI 7tan. ban Wined 1
ender the eban. amid-Ma Ise to ream Ismer all that
time confinedio her bed. !have !Dr lbw a . ..rem/lacteal/
emplored the bear:WSW taleat that 0m.121 be ;mammoths
Ws make of the canal:ry e setthout Ler bentfit whatever.
I base also parehased "rem Instrument momatinattal.
the came of such dlasema. all of mbleb proved tremble*: -
In the itgning of 11348, I man htdmted br mrfdtgdsto
trr Dr. Gamott's Yellow Dock mid flanatatille, vadat teas
and for fctiv months Alter she had cued itto< eboat tom
verb, it arms smith= to all of vs thet she was Imptneing,
and fermi this time Abe humored rapldly, endntrind tic&
.3311 istrerddh, until she Is ten *miming mold •xerdterd
health. W3I. MONIORT. •
We. being netgbbers to W. and dulls Mondirt. know
that the above etstements.o to the alegnese oI Meg. Len
nart. and as to the esne bathe aredted by Chmotes Yellen
Dock and darsapatillsosse altektl7
lragg's Erd=-Case of 0. - N.. Leonard.
Una, Y. Bennett & Oto—Oarder Rome time lk 180-
/ inn attacked with Evil in my arm. which beam
'raison Irenld not me It. and to 1145 mortification irt to.
,/ amployod, at didennt Ms" each phyMetan of celebrity
erithin my reach; all told me my arm most be amyntated,
Prom the oho-alder to the fonarro Ina 11l of rohnbait
ones My strength, ot thta Lau was nmrplotely cabana/.
ed. and my yenon mach emaciated. I maid:mot in this
Mate notil MS: whets I sow oO advartbement (finnott'a
YellorDock and Intormarilia) whist. I read. and rent for •
bottle ot , the article. "Onyemea Yellow .1)ock aml Barmy.
rilla .muid mon I took no other remade ohne wing It:
lad felt nanelf reefed!? veil beltn ming the etoth bot
tle. Mad I mod It at the Brit aDYnrohn of the .odedr./
:ameata it would bare mood km from years of Data am
mfferiny. I moat rinmetly recommend Aran Mom.
*zinc main any stmilar diem" to on Garsott's
Dock and, Earmpartila. erbich - trill restore them to health.
Moon, in I/nth:do .0. lf-LIMIZIAILD.
Cuie : of aggrcmatedroof
! T ecuter Ted by Dr. GoiOOtro Patriot of ToGoo
Dock orot SomortsrUts. - am Wang. The fotticors lorfroti
Dcolt/Gmtnitinuetr to Improve otter Oman is rotaccestfc , .. , .
Conti ore`not chronicled mill time hos fully t.ttof that
fir con be rio relater or return of the Dooms. '
NOWAY. Herkimer co., Feltrast7tl 6 s(D_...
' T. Bennett Co.—Geolot It lo with greatzGessotiOlDD.
.1 trite yta *bout the very happy effects of your rike•
Dock and Parramailla upon my von, tho has/mit been MS
tering under that dreadful and loathsome disease. Eryslpe
: u, with which he wasattacked in 1108, rod eras for sees
• al months attended by . SCIMO of our best. phyriclarb*. who
tied their skill perseverizuriT for dee month., wiihmt aoT
penelicisl remits whatever. Lie berme reduced to a per
.hot skeleton. He hod ulcers from his hip to his knee,
which wericontinoallydblehargin* dbignatingly
nutter; Medical and ears:Mal AM was baffled. Phi titian,
. 11 that his ride was hopu. , tier eonld be ogthlog
done to genet rime terrible gangrening Wart by neigh
bors arid.myself thouht his dissolution mu at hand..
doe of my neighbors (oho hal taxed *ritlld of BeriluM
with poor Mridnable Odle - lie) tithed me - ton:lake trial of
It; mid, more linen tha rallies desire to do soniething stile
life 'Waded, than from any hem of getting relief, I procured
three totthe of Tour. 'Yellow. Doe/awed Sataaparilla sad
aoluseenned urlog It; sad to my estoulohm•ut he began
to humre totbro be had used the third IxrlUe; end beans
he had used. half dosea hOttles. he could walk out. lie
used In all twelre bottles during the year 1649, and by On
sober last h. was pertbetly restored. bleery restlge of the
dlsevae.traoept the scan; la rem:red. axed he rereales
perfect health at the preetwt thee. His reeosery, under
the blessing of God, is entirely clang to the use of your
Yellow Dock and Pareaparillat well aware you that I feel
myself under mat obllgalloua to you, and It b with great
jai that I Dorm you of what your Earesparillnitea doh.
tar toy mu. Reepeetfully,
Bold BY J. U. Been, (summon to Bedford A Pszk.)7oarth
and Walnut tsroete, Cintionatl,Olda, General Agent for the
_Booth and Moog to whore ell orders mud b. addsbeeeL
J. Kidd k Co.. B. A. Fahneetgek k Co. J. A. Jones, L.
Wiloon.jr.. l'ittateetith; Co. A. Details= Allegheny City;
L T. Russell. Wuhlogtotan L. IL Boole. Odoato►n, IL
Welty, Breonsburr. A. Kounta.Botnerset: Boot& A 011tnOtett
Belted: E..,1 a 800. uo.uoplo.ll.4 l MllolllleTtbuni
tilljohnood A Co.. lottlettat J. K. Wright. Kitlangdoc
Krung A Co. Brookolllt A. Wilton 2 Bon. - Waynesburg
lleFaxelnd A Ca, B. Wender; Meadville: Donne k Col
Bobe: Groben a Yorker. Wreer, J.Lci. Bully k Ca, But.
kr: B. Smith, Beater; J. o.B4=lnerton. Warm: Y. Lk C.
&Jones, Modersport P. Croolter.lr.. Brownsville.
serliriCe—sl per Bode; Six Batiks for $5.
. • Shoulder Braces.
SIIOULDER BRACES, of • the most ap-
Proved style. Simple In Amities; and cull,' Mall.
mad Of eiges lu molt all take me 7 requlee tDemyori reed
..4 fee sale, sr linlessle end bry
otyttt H. E. eELLEns, 07 Wood
itiour Itcrutrr. Yr— Oct. 4.1517.
Ma. R. E. Ettu-tar—Of your Veratifurib / yithOUl
berltaUon that. luring %vat it extertairel, lei MT praotte•
for the hut lour or Itre yrs.. 1514 M tt decidedly the bet
turywrotion or the kind of which 1 11 , 01.=gurovrliergo,
although I have lank*. used the qu o of wirtetwl
other tutioutacturera. Yours resptcct y.
D. D •
trrptur./ and sold by 11. SELLDitri, 07 W 0016114
rota by Outer. iterierally. • • 122714
e j Toy eietrom glteft
$: moo rttoallw ent.
AlTan—B.o alm Mantel Me•a trill.% met, and w
EC'D THIS , MORNING, per Express
-6 eases. embracing all We iarirowt and nowtikaloi!haa
Wino( Moneta now war. - ,
A very larmanostoseatorChuarwalikiN. idaTOF6).
Straw and prald itata.
The attention at arrebeinwe pardenlarli ar invited totba
*bora amis. Nun A. A. mAbos a ux
• W. W. WILSON, Watch ifikfir,:'
No. - 67 Market, Come of Fourth rt., Pitta . burgh,'
KiLER in Fru. WAIV11:14
811ver Nara, Military awdo Larne kO J
111. Tea awl Sable War*, Canary. .../k..-1:1•1111boaa.
Ilalhanaatleal lartralarot4 aa4l • put- rarkty otriela;
=rims liaahlanaltle goad , . metal and ornamanyal;
Watch work eaccatea a•ParkagaanDer, urinal by
tha beat Maglipb atal lirruch.lrorkraa. , • - •
FOB SALE—A go'4 Paing Wagon, in
. ples Meir• Ural)
mON CO :WO:d
VCR CINCINNATI LOUIS-
A. rate. The new light dranglat Weaker
kIRENE 114 , 3. Cart. O. MTurnoc.
art for the snore and all Intermediate Panto. Oa the
Intl kw. at 10 tichtek P. • •
For helzht pawage.applr on lkark, or to .
jel , J. NEWTON J1141:11, Agra
rR ZANESVILLE —The fine
eamer SIPRMIII ‘
r above oral Intersonnateporte. to.orraw
at 4 o'clock. .
For rrenckt syrar at, hoard.. 4 07 •
- F L EGULAR PACKET BE
MEAN PITTEBURGII a SUR PHIL—
Moor PILOT No. 2. A. $. Crux. rooter.
knee Pittabdrab for %Rolla,Cando. nod carry Tuoday and 'Friday, Wbsyling Pi at 3&O WE ./. , 14 returning
kernkernPodia. for Clotho litaburib ay,
try Wnirlefsdayaroll.linig . ,,ett 10 o'citrek.k. 1- Illl.l‘ta
andfhiPrati dePend upon Ws boat running regislarly
irrulneuuts. splendid trot was built - 1i
Ho owners of the reamer boo Roston and °them AT
I.llClorincogl and Pittsburgh Packet tole ? and Ell Istre
wedisesday Air Cincinnati, in plate o ttos Nor BOP
/aglo. T. For Height or Msgait. xi n lcard, or to
PACITIM—Tbe " 'a; tag .
'Got running steam boat CHIEFTAI. R. T.
(01. , duster, leaves the end of the Old Allegheny BMA,
ff t. anir stoat.)) only hour. commencing at Brieleek.. A.
L. and eentinnlor until tbeo ardens clot. She lam
on tan Allegheny side ' for thu socornmodation of pampa.
vox klao,.at all otberpolnta AA - Trip at TH ce.
NEW , ARRANGEMENTS. FOR
laiSa 1.851 • last
9111 E new and fail running ctr. CASHIER,
J. S. Tteuaati. Master—thorular iTelleville. Sten
benvlllo' Wellaborg. Wheeling. Bridgeport. Caption, and
Sunfish Pattot—leares Pittsburgh every_ Wedneolay at
a o'elock, P. AL, for Wheeling sad Driagenort. cod 4,44 7
Satuday. a 3 P. 11.1bnCTPlillil Return:War,
leaven Boasts ovary Monday at 10 'o'clock. A. 31., sad
BrblgePort and Wheeling every Monday and Thors3TY, at
4 P. TI. board or tn. -
r° ,4l . l ght "r " '"IT ATIN rams. Agent.
IV:CUL - AR PACKET BE:
TIMMY ivimuscaus AND PITTS.
(lll.—The light draught steanierAßlLNA.
D. P. Kinney; warier, leaves Wellsville , *veil' liluialar.
Wednesda...l Piiday, at
for kart. Lie.
Mead. (Ha y mm; blegerrarea Landing. Deaver. and Pitt.
burgh. braves Pittaburgb every Teitealay. Thondarowd
Saiurday. at In o'clock, A.M., for Beaver, ilelferrases LAW
diaagolv, bait Liverpool. wad Wellsville:
For freight,. papiage, apply. bomb aPP
RE4pLA I R vo IIaSI T 3 . I".V . H AND
nen packet steamer Dlllhlini. Coma,
ter. is new peefor=itialer regular tiet-seltly tri d
this rite and Wheellug, leaving Pittsburgh at 10 0
Igga 1 , V114 . • '"'d T r tiq d :r " .. 4•WidlE "'"d
In earl% week. Nor cir ne ' inuge.iip;t Ton Ward, ea
nolg ...USTIIONG CHOLER, agent.
EMI MARIETTA AND HOCK-:
Am, steamer PACIFIC,
tare== r i l egib= 4 : "Lk. r. m.
for ft ' agbt " P "'" e "P'Y .bate;irig ion. •
61 Scaler end CI repot ets. '
111 Ea MAR WIIEELING,AND.
_ft SUNFISH PACKED--Tbe fiat =Weft
swerser WELLSVILLE, QUA- Foeing..l4 _
run se regular packet between Manama. Inners..
Bridgeport. and Bunlish, leaving Pittsburgb every WILLI
afternoon 63r Wellarille,Stentenvllle, andßridgelnil,ann
Bridgeport, Thursday wfternoon 433. Wtorsling
Bridgeport, Cardins.and Bung.B: returning. learn Brid
pork and 6.115 h livery Ttesday wfterisson, and So •
4 INE JACONETS AND CAMBRIC
EA. A i = k Co t; lune on bank k cosCrlasto stock
GLASS -800 boxes Window. egad , for sal:
bya 'D 2 . VON BONI/110Rn k 00.
LARD OIL-20 bbls. for sale by
re: J. KIDD k CO., 011 Wool .t.
proico I 100 lb kegs 31Snilla;
3 Cabanas Camera,o o f g°°*l°°•
naa. be also. samples f to 00.11 of to
whkh will bald low from the pies °l°‘
nty6 • ISALiIt.DICKEY CO.
Water and Pratt as
B°Ys'CASSIMERES—Of various eolOr
and mrs v4l" 4 br IITIRPIII7b 111.111.CIIVIELD.
I C oale r by "S-4 .7 5 . ' . ° llTlOlS th kftl ib9
rob corner Wood .1.4 I,lll.h.sta
I I'ER 11 CANDLES-10.baxes4's, s's, aan.
fora& br • J. IL WILLIAMS & CO.
DEER SKINS-3 bales for sale by
my: . MAT/MEWS t CO.
FIG ,LEAD-490 pigs Soft Galena, for sal
A: by El y 7 NITEY. MATTHEWS a CO.
DIG bIETAL-165tons for sale bY
". T HUE Y, Karmen's a co.
VEATIIERS-8 sks. prime Ky., for sale b
mil CHET _ MATTHEWS a CO.
50DA ASEI—GO mimics (good) for sale by
tes7 " A. CULBERTSON A CO.
l i V rn fo i r T rAtZ "ll-38
ataaa • Water Ana Stara W. .
Cr . PARSE SPONGE--400 lbs. for sate by
L . ) .79 d. Luz asram. A co.
I or sale by _
./...BCIIOOI , SILUEB. k CO.
—lO kegs' tor sale by
2. Wood et.
- .Lovps.ii blab.
S HOULDRELS-3a. casks for sale by
REAP WALL PAPER—For sale by
12710 W MAILIIIALL.II.S Wood st.
STER CENTRES—For sale
m 716 . W. P. MAREILALL. Roods.
LARD -3 bbls. & 8 kegs No. 1. for sale b'
myle , JOll2l WAIT t CO.
DJ WA. owl 40 ULU,. AA), Baltimore — Ifer,
• SO " Largo No. Ilackerril . •
W) AL Dbl. Late Superior 'm for rule br
MIA /OILY WATT A . OD.
MHO IRON-100 tons Huntingdon co., fc r
jz. cc. In. myle. JOCINXATT & CO.
TEMPLARS' SWORDS-Alt:tat rec'd, a 10
of HolAht• Templar Swami& vitt, tbs =blend of lir
er bemoan/11y ext.r.<lll.
mr/S 4. W. WILSON.
)FOR SALE, to close consign ment -50 cks.
gamier SODA Apt. branded ....la" and "St Do
et." -artrlT ta ' JNO. Ma/DEN & CO.: ',
at renneilvaala Itallroatt
m yl5 . arroer Penn arid Watete lame.. Pit=i:
1,11 ERR I N G-10 bbls new saley_
is mr 14 • W. k T.WILSON.
' ,l loFki.;-15u bog Sio, for oalo bp.
N. ItED-15 casks (English) for sale ).y ti..lo
.• J.54.1100511d8= A CO.
LIFE PRESERVERS JACKETS-41 -
_IA wa... band. sAtoply M RuDirer LW Pre.
7, 7:T11.= `. g.ll, V" .
myln J. t 11. PHILLIPS.
GOLDEN SYRUP - 1= half bbls. and 4
kegiGold. fer ml. by
ild JAMES A. nurcrinsoY a - do.
GREEN--5 cases superior quill
ttt.Japan° and stalumboat raluting,frrr rl
mvi6 •• • X. BELLEAU.
New Books, ktst, received,:
CII.REEK GRAMMAR, far the nse of Irigh
LA itheols =I Bittersillet . by P. Iluttoonse re
sad edarsed by ltsonet Alerander Buts:nun; 8 et. e
, Aorlix.i . etgee;r u te, had Rebate. of TP.st or
TM AUIObiOSSILphy ahATlesoneles of Contain 0 eh
Cougar, for Orly yeses! mariner sod elnpanner Croan. • •
port of New York.; by Res. 11. T. Cheerer. Plum ems.
Pm =he BY. , T. nortirss..
ones Is Apollo Buildings. Fourth R.. .
SALERATUS-5 tons in boxes and cm,
It boar, la Pound Pat.!lrle
oe kJ* by ROBERT t CO,
laY2l jams ,
LARD bbls. for sale by
je3 , - • S. W. 11.11.111 AUG u.
CILASS-2:301 - szixes ass'd sizes, for sale
.le3 , 5.2 IV. HAI:BAUGH.
N. 0., for !ale by.
P181.1 7 -.2.5 bbls. ke . . up. White: 1851;
ealq DT 10 hf. " "
W.II7 . LIES, I;torible Thirst
INI Gold Lena mode w we to .lore wu I
!telt. with Pohl raw. or to /how the talw:ewo et Ideal
Jr_• korner market, sad Fourth .yl.
APE ALOES-1000 lbs. for sale by
• B. A. PAILS" r
10IRUSSIATE POTASH-500 lbs. for
br tie2i D. A. FAIINESTOC.E.k. CO
' . 01)1W1S11-6 tierces for sale by 7 .
WICK t ArcelINDL
I bu. for sale by • . •
a.* NV. 11.0i0AU011.
:STERN WALL PAPER—An extensive
.124 martmmt, I..l4ding kind.FritleArriPti. ' •
examll.4ll' low prim , for .. 14 11
mr.sl TEMIAS PALl[Eit, hbaket,
HAMS—.IO casks for sale b y
toyl3 . ICKEY CO
UTTER--Fresh Roll for sale by
mria ISAIAH ItICKkY k l
T A 2 INE t t, y I.S. 011,-20 l'bis afrtiti d ts. P , ";
A3IMONIA -WO li f lor ge 0 1 z .7
111 J 02 ._
V EitIITCLTON-42 lbs. (Trieste) for ale
V•' by sp7 R. It. 81d1.1
Prue. for cal" low to doe. consiamataa. , T . _
irp7 JA.P. DA LZELL. GS Wan'
DAR PURI/S.& EASTERN EXCHANGE
.11, WANTED. and the higheetnemluen nehr k+ the
same. • A. WILIUNS h Ode r • •
apl2 • corner Market and TIAN
D RIED APPLES —75 bu. for sale by
& MOM *M r
aral 116 Wait,. • L
cIitIDIPED Ju — st rec'd pe. ex
%M.-25 cartons of Qua serf desirable Tattooed
boos, Am Trimming, embeasinh o 1 1.1. different Vala
and colas. Me 'attention of wholesale esutonsers
.9Ktrall7 i.itSio the abase extevies •1.01126e0t.
A. A. !JAWS t W....
.C41 . 3 1, 1A-400 0
TARTAR EMETIC-50 lbs. for Bale b
B. A. rAusarrodu co.
IORROSITE SUBLLMATE-25 lbs. fo
.1 de by urgybi FL A. YAILIVITOCK s 01.
ALMON-30 bbl.s. andlt.bble. No. 1
-D7 -e - 1016 7011N1TaTTJE00.
-11421 1 11N9 7 10 bbnltirg;gol.lr,Lfor
ZMP—Z tons Miss. D. R., for sale b
=7 13 JAMES A. mrnnoiscprr I
.• .1%0_3, for salo
I 4 R 5 °
torn , • BITRIMIDOE*11:131(841t:
T. NULISH SPLIT PEAS—Received
KA few IDLA.IIA7.VRO On.
SW • • tinscro sad TesDeak