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mill be disappointed by the ultimate issues of the
My first , day in . Paris was - Sunday, so, after
breakfast, r repaired to the famous , modern
Church of the Madeleine, reputed,one if the 5.,
in !pope. " This was the - tiny of Pentecost,
and .11dfateommemorated , by the flurth. The
*ulna edifice vas sum In every part, though
at least a thousand went out at the close of
the earlier sentice,-kefore the attendance was
I think I was never in a place of worship so
gorgeous as this. 'Over the main alter there is
a magnitteart picture on the largest scale, per.
, porting to represent the progress of civilization
front Otaist's day to Bonaparte's, Napoleon. be
, Eng the central figure in the foreground; while
the Saviour and the Virgin Mary occupy a Simi
las position in the rear.. to every partthe church
' very richly, and , presume, tastefully area.
I did notcomprehend the senice, • and cannot
intelligibly describe it: Tbe bowing and, gem
flexions, the swinging of censures and ringing of
frequent appearance of a band of gor
, "geotaily dressed pnesta or assistants bearing
what looked like *ears, were "inexplicable
' dumb show" to me, and most of them unlike any
thing I remember tohavo seen in American Oath
, elm Churches. The music was generally fine,
especially that of a thanis-of young boys: end
' the general bearing of the people in attendance,
that orreverenee and Interest. • .
...rmce be with ail, erbei'er their ,
With an who mat op heir u.us 0 " - '
But I could - not; bringuiyeelf to like theo.thtin.
trial Circulation of several officials throughout id
- most the entire service, collecting rents formate
they were let very chesp,) and begging money
for "the Poor of the Church;" ea a stout. gross,
abeurdlyoverliessel herald • who . preceded - the
collectors . loudly proclaimed. I think this col
- lection should be taken before or after the Mass:
' There was no sermon tip to one o'clock, when I
left, with nearly all the audience, though there
May have Leen one afterward. El. O.
PUBLISHED. BY WHI . PB a Co
MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1851
WHIG STATE TICKET
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RAIN MOLL% of Laromostor.
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If. MEREDITH of Philadelphia;
RICHARD COLIMA of Ireorourelszok
. GEORGE CILUEBE of Proaklizr. •
JOSHUA R. °MILEY, of Ifordeuz
WILLIAM JESSUP. of Ourquebortas.
Antimasanic an ,Whig County Ticket.
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LIE N Y W. WILLIAM B, bf MUM:rob.
rimotor moos or cora, 000271Marostors, Er
, - 1411. B. VELURE, of Pittsburgh.
ossocuro mow, or =vs or ann. MUM. to.
WR1.130008, of Lowor 81..
• THOMAS 3.01111,1,1 N. of Allesbear.
3011 N arcunucz .1.
JAMES SIEVE_ 8500400. 001)..E. APPLEEEN, of lErsologham.
TEO& PENNEY, of krifee,port,.
JOLLY MILLER, oflodlazu.
SAAR= YAIINEETOWf,of . PtWbored
ALEX. BICILLEDSON, of Alleolloof.
PUMP OP MP =IT.
JAPED M. 11811P11, of PEErbargh.
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JOIIN Y. ROWLAN➢.o[ Upper St-Calr.
iVe'copy from tbeNorth American the pro
onedinge of the Firet-Day of the Whig Conven
tion at Laucaater.' The remainder of the pro
ceedings will arrive in time for ear next lama
The pioceedings of our Whig State Conven
tion were extensively telegraphed throughout the
country. The meeting of the Convention was
awaited with marked interest, and its action will
cease mach senantion in th political world. We
Shall have the comments, of the leading Eastern
press in a day or. too. The high position occu
pied by the State, and lutr great influence upon
the approaching Presidential Conflict, and upon
the Issues to be tried in' that :onflict, are prop-
erly appreciated by the — whole Itorustry, andjire
to our piffled momenta universal interest.—
Pennsylvania has off in ti r e 'presidential move,
and her decided position will have great info.
:::_The Philadelphia 2r - ortedemeriong,' cordially
=lndies in all that has beenl.lone at the Whig .
Comention at Lancaster. The platform'adopt
ed, Bays liust PePM's '`if breed enough droog
enough to hold all who,desiza to stand by their
established faith, and to go into the approach
ing. election with the acumsjentiona persuasion
that their cause is the cause of right, and the
one which, if succeseful, Man ?ULM to the lion
or and advantage of the State,'
• The Ninth American gives In the nomination of
Goy. 'Johnston most hearty asaeut. In an arti
cle an the added it sayis:
"We can point with consciont pride to his ad
' ministration as one which, under all the ember
ressmeats of a determined and Organized opposi
tion, has accompliihed most- emraorditutry-re
sults, and to One, Johnston hlinself, as one of
-whom it may be emphatically mid, that he has
done more than eny!other man that hasp ever
filed tho executive Chair, to elevate iho clam
. ter . and advance the immperity of his native
State, and to raise her from the abject position
into which she had been plunged by. the prodi
gality and plunder of those .vho, like so many
- leeches, bad sucked the blood from her Titain—
And the.commerclal Interesta of this community
are largely indebted to GOT. ..lohneton for the
policy by which the . State Credit bas been.en-
tirely reporered, and for other zneastmes by which
Abebrjustcoasideration has been secured. There
is no man and no party in this State, rem the
Delaware to the Lake, that can with. . justice or
truth deny thus merits Which we hare
for our candidate. - There he stand% pointing to
his Acta as his vindication for the past, and his
best recommendation for the future'
-In relation to the unhappy dilliculty which heui
existed in the Whig ranks ln Philadelphia, the
—.Odom a fair Tanis its regard to the duty of
the Whigiparty of this State to itsen', to the Na
Administration, and to Gee: Johnston. It
'has - beens part•cd the tactics of the enemy to es.
• preseat that there wBl be a defection in the vote
this city and county. We have not been able
to note upon ourselves the belief that this rem
, eentation is true, or that any Whig, professing to
recegnite Whig principles and Whig faith,
meditates deserting the banners under which he
has served no long and so well He is DO friend
~ ; ..whatersr he Easy claim - to be—to the National
. - .dzimhilstration at Washington, who, under cover
of any miserable pretext, should secretly or
Publicly appose the success of his. party ticket
ar its principalcandidate. We have the best
suthortty for saying that all such—it any ouch
there.be--will be regarded as the enemies of
• that ddmidistration. Hereafter,:wo may have
occasion to advert to the objections which have
been urged and to TM a parallel between the
position occupied by Governor Johnston 'and
that of his opponcat,Colonel Bigler, on the point
which has been mooted as a Nee pretence for op
position; It is of great impotence to President
FUlmare and his Cabinet that Pennsylvania should
penults her proud and constaamuogPlece In the
Whig column. Let those, then; who have pro
.fessed each penoliar ilevotion,, unite with no
-now in, good earnest to undies this result.—
: It is of no smell consequence to the people of
Pennsylvania, that one who has administered
their trusts so well and so beneficially to their
best interests, should be continued in the office
whichhe now adornsand dignities: and, there. %
• we invoke the aid of all good citizens who have
mistake in the community, who feel State pride
and who would preserve State integrity tossai.
Bad, to come forward and rally in the cause of
the State, The leading opposition joss:mann this
city, revives its war crypt:lBlB, and promisee
_with as much ccandasceue if did then, the on
- doahted oncoeaa of its candidate. Oar cotempo.
'eery doo not seem to hire learned wisdom tem
experience - or it would not venture predictions
Irbieb, like the curses of the Arab's proverb,
may come home to COWL
, Our tint duty then, to to organise thoroughly
for Action. Every Whig who intends to,enlist for
the campaign should take his post in line, equip
ped end reedy to obey the call to Arbon. We
have en abiding coundence that Cloy. Johnson
can be reelected by a decided majority, and that
he hen elements of strength and popularity,
• which his opponent in no degree pomace!. The
intelligence from ell quartos of the State, is
most momureging, and the Impression Is almost
Wrenn, that our Candidate will enter upon the
cameo with Advantages and an Influence much
'greeter than he enjoyed in l&$8. Onion, concert,
and • mange are all the elements necessary to
11 . 34 t'inv/in; . t.;-430r. Mzw &South Car
tam, has Issued Ids pxdazastion authorising
oldest's; ha b• held iu that state, on Monde',
the 18th Otlobir, far Itep'reuritalives to the
, 'Sositotern ("sooner 'reason:mended by &ell*.
villa „ ;
'ticcients; -4 ,Tueiday 24th
At 11 o'clock the Ceara:ales ^inut Caned id
iwder; when umoii, of Allegheny, aimed
Samnei Bell, of Berta county, be called to
the their, which Was unanimously agreed to.
' Samuel W. Pe:Erni, of
Somerset, be Secretary of the recreation. which.
lin agreed to. Amos S. Henderson, of Lamm
ter County . , was appointed an additional Secre-
fin Motion of Mr. , Perri/ince, of ;Beffer; the
list iirdelegates eras then called.
Mr. Paxton,.of Adams, moved a committee of
ten be appointed by the Chair to report officers
Cor the penannent organization of the Conven
.Coultcr,'of' Westmoreland, morel to
amend, by substituting twenty eight, the num
ber of Senatorial Districts, for ten.
151 r. Cochran moved to postpone the resolution
as amended for the present; which was debated
by several delegates and disagreed to.
Mr. Sanderson moved to have the committee.
of thirty three, each Senatorial district to have
the came number of delegates an it has Sena
tors ; which was debated and disagreed to.
The original resolution was then adopted.
' The case of a gentleman deputed by Mr. Ev.
ass, who was absent, to represent Indiana coun
ty in the Convention, and ,one appointed to fill
the vacancy - caused by the absence of Mr.
Chambers, of Franklin, being before the COIIPCII..
63E, a motion was, after a long debate passed,
declaring it inexpedient to receive delegates to
represent a county of which they are not resi
Mr. Darragh moved that when the Convention
adjourned, it adjourn to meet at two o'clock ;
which was agreed to.,
The Chairman announced the following as the
committee to report permanent officers of the
Convention Mears. James D. Paxton, of Ad
&mai: T. L. Cathcart, 'cif Cumberland; C. 0.
Loomht, of Allegheny ; ;T. C. Steel, of Phila.
deinbla ; G. LI. Micbener, of Bucks;
ShaW, of Fayette; John Dickey, of Beaver; J.
13. Garis, of Erie :John Brotherline, of Blair; J.
L. Watson, of Montour.
On motion, the Convention adjourned.
„ , AVMS:IOON SESSION.
The committee appointed to nominate perma
nent oincers reported the following: •
'For President—John H. Ewing, of Waahiigton.
• For Vice-Presidents—Messrs. Hughes, Gilpin,
Wihm, Robertson Lekents, - Pennypacker , Dar
ragh, rfitavely, St rohm, ;Minor,
Lucas; Smith, Lesis,TaggartMcelere of em
barked, Hays, Kauffelt, Reed, Stewart, McCul
loch, Howell, Perviance, Birlcle, Hutchison, and
For Secretarial—Messrs. Pearson,-Steal, of
Allegheny, Stokes , Simpson, Mackay, Worth,
•Therepini. was unanimously adopted. When
the respected Preeident took his aeatite deliver
ed a short and stirrieg address, referring to the
State administratiOn in terms of high compliment
lie spoke of the blameless , course of Governor
Johnston—a course which lies been so unexcep
tionable as tcr egtort praise-from opponents, and
deprive them of aught at which to mil. He
hoped this noble edandard bearer would again
take the position of Whig leader, and that an
other Whig Administration would result from the
efforts of the Whigs in the coming canvass—tan
Administration which would not fail to prove
acceptable to the people, and which would, in a
still greater extent than at present, relieve them
of the burthens which the counsels of the oppo
had imposed upon them.
On motion of Mr. Darragh, a Committee on
Resolutions wee appointed by the chair. The 1
committee consisted of the following memberc
- Messrs— Darragh, Harlehurst Scott, Ferree.,
Price, Bitting, Macembs, Ehmegen (of Allegheny)
May, Hoffman, Reed, McCulloch, Stinson,Carey,
Strohm, Worth, Penniman, Yates, Powell, Kress,
Curti Clerk, Kann, Simpeon, McClure (of
Cochran, Covode, Batlrsn, Hays, Wilson,
Hutelitson, Benner, and Skew.
On motion of Mr. Steel, of Philadelphia, the
rules of the House of Representatives of this
State were, as far is they are applicable, adopt
ed for the government of the Convention. I
Mr.• Ogle, of Somerset, moved 614 Wm. F.
Johnston be nominated by acclamation. AB the
Whig esedidatefer Governor at the next election.
The resahrticiainte carried amid the greatest and
most =controllable outburst of applause from
- the delegates themselves and the large crowd in
the lobbies. Three heiriy cheers were given in
the most enthusiastic manner after the President
declared the resolution unanimously adopted.
On motion of Mr. 0g1e..., committee was ap
pointed to wait upon the Governor and request
him to appear persotely before the Convention.
Mesons.. Loomis, Ogle, Elimaker, Lear and Gil
pin, composed the committee.
On motion, the Convention then took a recces,
and reikeembled at. 4 o'clock, when the Hon:
Cornelius. Darragh, Chairnian of the Committee
on Resolntions, reported the follcraing-.-
1. Bemired, That in the enactment of reve
nue laws by the National Government, fair and
adequate protecti on to Americut Industry should
be candidly aflordeth that the Whig party now,
no heretofore, maintairy and deelarealta devoted
attachment to the-American system of infanta
timed exchanges, which secures to the working
man fair wages, to the, farmer remunerating
prices for his productions, and to the .mechanic
and nuumfacturerjust reward for his skal, labor
2. Reso/TCII, That the tariff act of ISIG mutt
just and unequal In its operations, and Anti=
Am.:dean in its tendencies; that it is equally
destructive of the vital interests of Peramylva
nia, in - the prostration of the iron and other
manufactories; of her citizenv in the depree•
den and partial ruin of her coal operations, in
the conseqnent decrease of revenue from herpub-
Ho works; and in parts of the State, in the great
decline in the value of property.
8. Resolved, Tina the Whig party has at , all
times and under all circumstances, falthfotty
contended against that policy,in our national of
bars, which farorteand protects the labor of oth
er naticms, at the sacrifice of the property of our
own Menses. -
4. Resolved, That the immense importations
of millions of dollars worth of railroad iron, by
which sour people have been robbed of em
ployment, and large balances of trade prc.
dated against us, is conclusive evidence of
the blasting and destructive effects of the tariff
b. Resotred, That the Government -and peo
ple of Pennsylvania are loyal° the National
Constitution, and are ready at all hazards to ear
ry its provisions intestine.; to assert otherwise
is a libel upon the fame of the eltizessa of the
6. Resolved, That the adjustment measures of
the lait Congress shall be faithfully obserred and
by the Whigs.
al e d, That an - unalterabbi determina
tion to maintain the Supremacy of the Condi
tion and Laws Mai been, and is pow, -- cme of our
cendinal doctrines; and that while Others have
faltered, the history of the Whig Party "denten;
antes that in the storms of adversity or the
analog of prosperity, this guiding star of our
country has never been dimmed by its action or
8. Resolved, That the opinions of oar worthy
State Eiecutive on this subject, as expressed in
his last annual message, meets the cannel ap-
proval of this convention and espressos the views
and feelings of our constituents. •
9. Resolved. That it is the duty to accustom
ourselves to think and speak Of thq National
Union, as the main plibir in the edifice of our
political safety and prospe ri ty; - essential to our
collective . and and individual happiness, and
for which we cherish a cordial, habitual attach
ment, discountenancing whatever may suggest
even a anspicien that it can in any event by
10. Resolved; That the National Administration
of our Whig President, Milliard Fillmore, has the
unbounded confidence of the Whigs of . Pautsyl
vania—that in our domestics pohoy , de manly
adrocacy of protection to native 1.121/1115try, the
improvement of rivers and harbors, the redac
tion of postage, and the strict accountability
and economy of public officers, its energetic, re.
publican, truthibt, and dignified management of
our foreign affairs, bare secured for it the grati
tude of this and the respect of other Cations.
11. Ilesoleed, That Wm. F. Johnston, the
Whig Governor of Pennsylvania, deserves, and
will receive the gratitude of her tat-paying thou
sands, for hi, untiring devotion and zeal to se
cure and farther their interests, by preparing a
Sinking Fund mum, that must ultimately pay
that oppressive State debt which bee been fut.
ened uptut them by the profligacy and ettrays.
game of our opponents, and for Ms effort, to
complete mal Wing Into successful operstien the
unfinished public works without increased taus
Lion; thus proving how witmly,`tutd bow well be
has 'watched over and guarded every interest,
derived every means and directed all, that the
welfare of the whole people should be secu
12. Resolved, That the Whig party and all
such'mambas of "other parties as-feels common
interest in the .prosperity and .good name of
Petdurrintde. entertain a just pride in an Exe
cutive officer who bat firmly maintained her hon
or at home and abroad, and who has defended
with ability her principles and policy whenever
and whenever assafied.
18. - R•Solved, That the history of Ot'emor
Johnston's Administration furnishes the safest
guarantee that on all !subjects *admitted for his
consideration, his action will tregaserned and di
rected by a: faithful regard to trutbrjustice, and
the requirements of the Constitution.
14. Resolved, That General Winfield ISoott Iq
beyond all question, -the choke of the Whip of
Penneylvanikass candidate for the Presidency In
1852, and that we earnesUy recommend him to
the Whip of the Union, as the most dmers.
ing and minable candidate. for that high
Pending the (inseam upon the adoption of the
resolutions, Sohn M. f3oott, Esq., of Philade!pbla;
mored the jusertion of die folfoulng es an
Rewired,' bar the provisions of the Cemen
tation in raferawo to, the rendition, of, fugitireil,
held tneerrice Or laber 4 demand and shall Santee
from our party rOglfla, only and.nmmnivo.
cal gut/ .
Outett . uestion ofdbe adoption of the. - amenet. ,--
Merit, a long. discursive and exciting disci/alion
sprang op : in which Messra,..ogle, an,.
Bell, 'Bobtruson. Loorole, - J. AL fleet; 461 m
Dickey and others participated.. The remarks of
The different speakers were frequently interrupt=
ed by the noisiest 'demonstrations of...applause.
,The speech of 'l4fr. - Ogle wee received with
'tPr , arim ',hoot, of lAughter and great satis
Finally, the prerions question was called on
the discussion, and sustained, one call for ifie•
yeas and nays, by a vote 0f,71 to 48. The quell:
Lion then recurring upon the resolutions, the
amendment haring Men with" the admission of
the previous question, they were adopted byyeos
92, nays 27.
The committee appointed to wait on the Gover
nor and invite him to a seat In the Convention,
reported that Governor ".Yohnston would :ha pres
cut this evening. .
The Convention then adjourned till :eight o'-
The Convention reassembledeight o'clock,
and On motion of Mayor Gilpin, proceeded to
nominate candidates for Canal Commissioner.—
The following • mimed persona were placed in
nomination: Geo. V. Lawrence, Washington
county:, Robert F. M'Clay, Clarion; Bord }toi
ler, Lucerne; Wm. L.l.loyd, Blair; John Casale,
Westmoreland; S. P. Markle, Westmoreland;
Wm: Campbell, Jefferson; and John - Strohm and
Joseph Konigmaeher, Lancaster. ; • • .
The Convention then proceeded to nominate
candidates for Judges of the Supreme Court, as
follows:—John Banks, Reeks iDavid F. Gordon,
Reeks; Richard Coulter, Westoiereland r. Joshua
A. Coolly, Montour; Joseph F. Boffington,
Armstrong; John B. Miles, Elimtingdon; George
Chambers Franklin; William Jessup, Susque
Watts, Cumberland Joseph
F. Male, Centre; Nathaniel Ewing, Fayette; D.
Mulvany, Montgomery; 1). 0. Parry,,Achityl
kill; John 31. Scott, Philadelphia;.. Daniel M. - 1
Sniper, Adams John H. Walker, Brie; Thos.
E. Franklin, La ncaster; Jamei Pollock, North
umberland; Thomas 8. Bell, Chester, and Wm.
M. Meredith, Philmtelphis..
, The nominations here closed; and about the
came time, GOT. Johnston entered the Conven
tion, and was received with tumultuouis applause
and repeated cheers. When he had been lino
domed and taken his seat, a motion was made
that the Convention adlouni . to the street, in
frOnt of the Court Rouse, to listen to a speech
from the Governor, which was agreed to, and the
Governor spoke In his wail happy style, to the
immense mass crowded togetherin all the ave
leading to the Court Nouse-
The meeting had not attourned at 10i o'clock.
ORETCH OP GOVERNOR JOILNIEMON'S SPEECH.
The Governor took the platform in front of the
building, and was received with long and loud
applause. In the course of his address, which
was listened to with marked and profound atten
tion, he alluded to the importance of the ap
proaching State elections, involving not only the
choice of a Governor and Coal Commissioner,
and the Legislature, but the choice slap; for the
first time In the State, of the five Judges of the
Supreme Covet He dwelt withparticular effect
and emphasis upon the paramount necessity of
nominating able and incorruptible men for this
high and important judicial tribniaL
He next vindicated what bad been his own
policy as Chief Magistrate of the State, and his
efforts to increase the public revenue and to re
duce the taxes of the people. Ile exhibited tri:
umphantly the good results of this policy in re
deeming the , public credit, and In relieving - the
burthens tinder which the State bad 'suffered.
-. • .
He contended that it was our true policy ticarry
out the system of a sinking fund, and the appro
priation of the =spies revenues to the public
works begun, so as to mike them available and
advantageous to the public service. Then turn
ing from this point, he enlsaged upon the disas
trous operations of the tariff act of 1846, and
his own efforts for A better system ; but all • his
recommendations to the Legislature had been
utterlydleregarded from political considerations;
and now the sheriff has his official process upon
many of our once moat prroperonsomanufsetur
ing establishments. Menthe existing htw went
into operation, he pledged himself, if elected, to
pursue the policy which , his experience bad
proven to be the most beneficial In the State.:
The Tariff was a leading subject of his speech
and he argued the policy of home protection as
indispensable to the prosperity of Pennsylvania
to redeem bar from the prostrated condition of
her great manufacturing interests. Ile spoke
frankly and freely on the compromise measures.
He should never have voted for the revs Bound
ary bill nor for the Fugitive slate law; but the
Compromise bills are sum the lawuf the ,Liza,
and the , uestions are settled. The - controversy
on these agitating and irritating eubjeets has
been adjusted—the Fugitive Slave - Lam
of the land—lt deinands our obedient°, and no
honest or right-minded man will mist It. But
the law is still within reach of amendment. It
is not necessarily an absolute and perfect law.
It is just as open to free and fair discussion and
' modifaeation as the tariff act of 1846. The hi,
as such, requires our allegiance. The Whig par
ty has always been a party of law and order.
While the law remains on the statute book we
will abide by it but if this law could be amend
ed and made more perfect; be would, If culled
upon to rote, support, proper changes that would
render it more acceptable. In regard to any
-amendment of the law, be-aald the people were
told not to ask for its modificationfor fear of dis
, union; but he did not think that any one act df
Congress could dissolve the Union. It would re
quire long years to poison the public mind to such
an extent that it would entertain the idea of
dissolution; and he esteemed it the duty of every
man to teach his children and the neighbors.
the improbability of math a calamity,in- whatev
er situation he might be placed
,He Would ever
preach such doctrines even at fireside and to
He said the Union was snot worth preserving.
if the organic laws which hare existence for that
Onion were violated. The immunities granted
by the Constitution must be respected, and if he
I erred in his political course, it was not designed
, ly, but'was rather an error of judgment than of
intention of the heart- He said the Democratic
party would attempt to make thor coming cam
paign a question of diartztion7fr union...
Ile deprecated the position of the Democratic
party as a national party. • it , was entirely
aground, and their action would tend, if anything
amid tend, towards dissolution. He alluded to
the repeal *of the section in the law of March,.
1844 to prevent kidnapping, and ridiculed the
importance which was attached to it by the op
position. He said the act had remained upon'
the book for four years, and only in the
session of 1861, in the tut hoer, it was not dis
covered to be of any importatuse, and it woo then
hastily repealed, and the bill sent to him for ap.
pr . ovaL •
He said be would stand
up for the. nstitutions
' of his own home, no matter who complained;
and be boldly asserted his eight to examine and
carefull weigh all measures which were pre
sented for his approbation.
The Governor, at the close of his address, was
loudly ebeeeed. -
The Convention:will `meet at 9 'o'clock to-mar:
row, to proceed with the ballotings.
will be perceived thet the foregoing sketch
of Governor Johnston'. speech is but a general
outline of the heads of the topics, which he sp
pears to hare treated with so much abiliki and
candor. We ,hoptr to be able, at an early day,
to lay before our readers a more cornet copy of
his remarks—if the Governer should think proper
to prepare them--then a telegraphic , despatch
could be expected to tarnish.]
For the FittstduiS Gaeta:
Eorrost:—As oar city is in its infancy in
railroading, we !should use every means te lup;
prove by the aperients of others. The following
article, cot from the Hew York Police liszeite
should be read and pondered by crag tai payer
In the city of Pittstaugh, as it leas applicable
to Pittsburgh as It in to New York:
CITY Ratutosca.—Aproject for the construc
tion of lines of railroads, in the western quarter
of the city, has recently received the sanction of
the Common Council, and now awaits the official
sanction of the Mayor: Wapproved by him, we
do not doubt that It will be' found a most serious
blow to theprogreas of thaeportion of ,New York,
and believing this to be the case, we cannot help
expressing our astonishment at the elan:tomtit°
silence of the load press ono important a topic.
Should the proposed lines go into operation the
west end of the city will be netted and webhed
with railroads, In all the leading thoroughfares;
the Madams moor Companytrow °Couples West
street and the Tenth Avenue then streets*, form
dog the river front, are the great outlet for bun-
Isle and provision dealers, arida° know and ap
preciate the extent of the nnsance, It is only ne
cessary to inquire of the merchants tieing busi
ness here, or the carmen and meet* who have
occasion to pass along or across these greets,
exposed to daily, almost hourly dek:y, dainape, or
&sager, by the pauiny and re parsing of the cars.
• But it seems that the experience elicited by
this experiment, as well es that other nuisance,:
the Harlem road through the IBoiny, and Fonrth
Avenue; pee for nothing withrthe Common Conn
ell and the speculators, - or if used for any pm , .
pose, tends only to bring upon' the community an
aggravation of the evil. Now it is proposed to
give up the Eighth Avenue Mid the /Math' Ave
nue, Mattson street, West Broadway, Chambers.
etreet, Church, Wooster, Thompson, and Fourth
streeti these central and densely populated
stfeete, comprising aome of the most valuable
property in the city, are to be transferred, In ef
fect: .to private individuals, or companies, for
r al„ .. _LecimlL _A more' ill-advised, short-sighted,
: r i ' lli t7 m g e overn lin ko g u m red P e l u i t t. c ... y, W wu ty ho n am "er do i rbt
etLis t al tnuan ty toy
-Weeper cent. in every one'
of the streets than . occupied? . They are most l y iftl4tited.l7fettl../ 1 4wders; who
• -- ,_,. . .
!:destrien cnitomerm a n d it Is !notaions that Wo
men, 'children, and aged andlnfinn people, slr.
",witys,areid it life-and where atire is a ranroan;
the neeldentifi limb being freillienVoc
co:Tepee% of late yearn, caused by the cars in
Bowerxerid_West streets,- has!brought this feel- .
ing of apprehension to such a bead, that ita con
!!,Neerioea vire et once
II to every obser
.. And If .the present tocamtre be adopts, me
will soon ste,tbe same nystem extended to rand
etrest,' , liroadirtiy and the Third ivenne,i and
elsewhere, until it will be fairly said thi s:l Na(
:York sold and delivered, body and soul , o rad
"sad inesoliolitte ; ere our citizens prep for
thlit'.Wbat say the carmen; the grocers and
retail shop keeper"? We think they hire too
much spirit and intelligence to be tamely soul
fired for the sake Of swelling the wealth of spec
ulators in top town lots and donitown railroads.
These roads are advocated as ameans of improv-
ins the upper part of the city ; but isnot the !
upper part of New. York Improving fast enough,
we would like to know! And It Is abruril to say
that railroads would In any way tend to improve
any street or locality in a city ; they only benefit
two points, that is, each end of the route, while
all the intermediate Space is. More or lees injur
ed. Of course, tide argument only applies to I
cities, and especially to - New! York,. where wo
possess every possible or desirable Deane, of
cemmunication or transport; we have carte for
freight, we have otonlbusses and caniages for.
pasaengens in - every conditioner life, So that no
public convenience or necessity can be urged as
an excuse for
_spoiling our streets, or annoying
our citizens, by converting them into railroad
As the Penctsylvatais Railroad proposer:tuning
their road down Liberty street, it Is hipt time
for all to consider the vitalimportancecotmected
with the proposed destruction ,of our largest
thoroughfare. Let any one unprejudiced, walk
ap to the Canal bridge en Liberty. street, and
they can see sixteen feet
of dm; street occupied
by staid Railroad, but the mere occupying by the.
Railroad is a matter of small importance, emu:
pared with the occupation of the street by long
trains of cars, which will occupy one half of the
street, which is now often Mocked up, by the large
number of drays and wagons doltig business on
it. The Pennsylvania Railroad has selected a''
very good location ma Grant ethic for their de
pot, from which they can touch earlier dietribute
merahandize; then by dragging a long train of
cars to the Point, where they purpose to monop-
olive all the, forwarding and commisaion trade of
this city, cat off all our car men, commission
men, and prostrate the business and propertyttf.
the best street we have. To talk tab cud the
benellterhich will result to the Point, is as ab
surd as to talk of the benefit resulting to allthe
rest of Liberty, or Wood, or May other street.—
The only result (it cannot be mdled a benefigeill
be, the streets at and about the riot will be the
halting place which will entirely, cut off all com
munication by drays, carts or wagons, and if you
wish to get inet out, wait until the cars are rev
moved, or go in at your peril. We can, with the
New York writer ask, are the citizens of .Pitts
bntgh prepared to he thus sacrificed in businien
and property? There should be action 'rot once,"
aid the edict go forth, •thus far and no further,"
for if you do nit act, you will see the day when
you will hang yottr harps upon the willows, and
weep qier the htleiness prostrated, of the now
prosperous ( PITTSHI7III3II.
PITriSINIGH AND 6 :.0
MEETING OF THE CORPORATOPJ3, JUNE 21.
The Commisaioners and Corporatore of the
Pittsburgh and Steubenville Railroad Company,
appointed by the Act of the Commoniealth of
Pennsylvania, incorporating the said company,
passed the 24th of March, 1849, met at the
house of James Smith, on the Pittsburgh and
Steubenville Road, in Washington county, Pa.,
nt .1.2 o'olock, noon, for the purpose of taking
further end efficient measures for organizing tho
company. • .
Samuel Livingston, R.N.,. President of the
Corporator% took 'the chair, and James McFei ,
ran, Esq., who had been formirly chosen, acted
The President stated briefly the objects of the ,
meeting. and the Seoretary, give an account of
the preview proceedlop of the Board of COI ,
porators, and a statement of the amount of steak
that had been sabeeribed.
Several gentlemen from Steubenville, end
number of subscribers and citizens; Interested '
the road, being present, it wan, on ruction - -
Resolved,. That they be invited into the meet
ing, with the seas.-once that the; Carper : store
would be pleased to receive any suggestion ter
information any of them had to fink.. Whet*.
npim themeetingenthaddressed by Dr.l.hdrel-s-; ,
a Directed , of the Steubenville and Indiana Rail
road Company. Major lb 11. '
Thomas -Means, Esq., of Steubenville; by
A. 11111. Esq., A. Kirk Lewis, Eel, and
Thin. Means, Esq., and lion. Chita. Naylor, of
Pittsburgh; and by Jas. Wallace, J 43. M ' Farren,
and Thos. Hunter, Ergs., and otherof the coun
following, resolutions 'were' then offer
Resolved, Thaktaking all things Into consider
ation, three is no link in the grand chain, of net
work of ourCorintry's Railroad economies, which
oompreliends a larger. number of great interests,
aria called for bymore imperative public seers
sities„ than the Railroad which we have assem
bled this day to move Into existence.
Resohred, That justice, as well :to our sob
scriber, and to the important district of court
try through which our Railroad to to palm, as
also to the great Interests at our common cone
try, requires that we, as the Commissioners,
trustees appointed for the purpose; should take
without further delay the necessary step for the
Immediate organization of the Company—that
we now earnestly begin the work already too
long delayed, and declare that, from this time
forward, we will proceed without: faltering, to
prosecute our great enterprise to an Immediate
and successful completion. I
Resolved, That books for receiving subscrip
tions to the capital stock of the CoMpany be im
mediately, upon due notice, reopened, and effi
cient and decided means, commensurate with Its
importance and with the great necessities for the
road, be used for the procurement, In the lint
place, of the eubscritlons nerestary for organi
Resolved, That a committee of stx, in addition
to our President, be appointed to prepare an ex-
Pore of the importance- of the immediate rem
' meneement and completion of the rood, embody
, ing briefly a reference to all the great interests
to which it appeals for the support and cond.
dence of the country, and to taker:, measures
as may, In their opinion, be prop to effect 'the
necessary subscriptions and to procure the legal
organization of the corporation.
Which resolutions, (the qiestlon being taken.
upon them separately) were all unanimously
' 'Whereupon the President appointed Messrs.
A. Kirk--Lewis, Isaac Walker Jr.,' Edward Mc-
Donald, James Wallace, J111113e3 Id Farrell, and
John Duncan, the Committee undet said resolu
Mr. Lowly then offered the following resolution:
Reraked, in the opinion of the commissioners
and subscriber. now present Thai it is India.
pensably necessary for the prosrentlon of our
enterprises to provide:at once, an efficient agent
or representative to carry out the Objects of the
foregoing resolutions—that.-we Inve, for this
purpose, in the Hon. Charles Naylor, a gentle
man of character, energy and Intelligence, whose
services it la desirable to noun I immediately
for the benefit of the road—that we now secure
his services and appoint him to act as our egent
to carry out the objects of the foregoing reeolut
ions, to procure imbscriptlons, and, generally, to
advance the interests of the road; and that the
.committee just appointed be authorized and di
rected, to make arrangements with hilts for that
Mr Naylor was afterwards tailed in, and
thanked the meeting for such an eippeesion of
their conlidence and regard...lie took upon him•
self the duties and responsibilities frith which,
he said, he felt he had been honoured, and elat
ed that it , had been well known for years, as his
decided opinion, that thin road was the most ins:
portant to Pittsburgh and Philadelphia of all
the great lines leading West. And Ite Promised,
from that time forward , to connect with it his
ambition la be uefol, and to give tmhatever
energy and ability he had for the honourule ad- 1
advancement of its fortunes. 1
Oa motion, the commissioners then proceeded
to elect a Treasurer of the Board, when Wm.
Mance; Esgr, was elected.
ft was then moved and carried, that the pro
ceedings of the meeting be published in the
papers of Pittsburgh, Washiogton, Etubenville
and Philadelphia. '
On motion, adjourned.
The meeting wan marked, througliont, by the
utmost enthusiasm, good-feeling and confidence
in the immediate inaccess of the enterprise; and
a :decided and unanimous determination was
eianced promply to carry the work through. _
SAMUEL LIVINGSTOIV . , Presd
Jnaea Ill'hinuts, Bee's,
The trial of the individuals charged with va-
Mous • atrocities it Detroit and its neighborhood
was "still in progress at late dates. 1 The testi
mony embodieentrain of facts of the most start
ling oltrottler,' and proves that a' band of
wicked men united themselves together for the
incise Iniqultonopurposett As a utopia of the
etidence, we invite attention to the foilowimp---
•Qa or &boat the' iltb fleptembM 44 a
cclamation that - Fib:kin which he said if they
45c1.ilattaeoeet w.threaing:or.ihi inans dn.
ring thi Mate Fair at the volute maul West of
Jack ;.Wiltibridaa Dry. Marsh aad at the
high embinlattent t .of Feattelearville, the y
would burn the four depots. et Detroit, Ann
Arbor, Jeekent anS sub —lin said he wanted
to show - the people if WWI* that the feeling
against the. road ono not kmal.—lf they could
suceee.l In haling ?rota 'lOO to 1.50 pen= du-
ring. the Fair. it would bring thecoat any t 4.1
tern:ie.—they tiould, if this did not 'do buil
them. And he thee proposed to give me . any
lady oleo $l,OOO for burning these four to,
or *1.)50 for either of them; hoe* he •• •
1 'would be a good perms to 4011, 1111 / •
great business over the road." •, ; I
Stone Ware Pumns, for Wells and OkUunts..
XFFIE 917BSCRIBEIt infoemq .
the ve n t:
thee be Ina Intro:Wed into thb intim the
IX Pllktitt,enesteibetnent by News, Ft.'
NesaW, of .egeiele.r. Summit manly,
Oren such =hens! estiersetton ',berme meet. The
fond minis, of thew Pump. net. this they.** qty
aentag, of newer inn out of mgr. map the yaw
nels They sen ,
b ls n
OLetlehY• warehme. No. 143 First ornfte. on st into Use.
ehne.int Libuty street. et Mgr, (Wen len
*'Mot o Wire
be geennotly final by tee satoraiter.
ntuee Pim eesanteeneted at the maw &oh sal
wed Po_ ronveylner enter troth springs. Cr Sae hydrents
ten deo be hasdebed. It Is of all awe. and nen be fop
tuns.] et hen than one bolt MI one of held yips •
jeUaLesteB JOHN L. GAM. '1
Dom' litaLAsies Ltvrit Pikus.:24fering
this =theism to the iniblio o the propiLitor. are snare
that they home to talMitiief a hostility by tho.
ention, tairceillone which him been palm! giro the
• yobbo auger the share as warms adios. We are cm
toad, hoaxer, the; It t. only neanaery to pre their too
needy • trial to slash In nubile eatnation fir alma all
wake' agents el tbe Mod war caned to the radio. It
I. the lortodeit ci au maitbtrittd.erDerlesteed, sad kern ,
ed Phiothian, she en many years used it be We own sons
I ke l ,
_w e hen ite groat mono lanced dam to odic It to the
ro si . ine.
ioarrlGlE total - •' J. lIEDIr a CS)...
n 604 Wend et.
- /kirßeader! a word to you. If you wish
w, have Oust ezeelleot otsdletto ly platrhoWse, to new
Itottiedlately hi mei or burns. tots. egraltet? /same.
'headache; to:Abeam, nearside abut, cramp. wheatmeal.,
go sad gat • bottle of IL o.ltarretra Ara/La LW
soon; abd You god It agegoalled by 'by twedlottatof
the tied lb the whole world. gee adratlameot.
jarTRUTII FLOATS BOVE FICTION
Lau: OIL ABOVE-WATER -The etch man an tell •
sal =dida b 7 taloa It, ae ankh. .Dr. as tell agood
dinner by eating It. £.d it caw men trim it, and lode It
lan U wIU datta the 'Canaan, with Whole eity.
You can't Mantua • medlolne Into toads, use alas It
pownwee nelly sahrtanUel china Onefrom sett tal aka
..ua ot t l..tei., end it is thle n.t,thm. hu. • .
the tautened' 'Taira Command Yluld Extract of Ban
manila:• beyond all cavil or Osman Its Maim eau
the hum. MUM bin arradano with rational sad phi.
lomphfoil principles-it arcuate. the vadab recretions
and eartiate of the holy. mama obetroethens. Madame
marbid and dimmed natter. statueMome the masa
'and digative arias, melee WM, mun end heetu,
b o . 4 * uud Mutates the auto= funottone of the ditheat
entace of the- body., b all performed without the
WA alma of han the tereparattau Wad u ate ea It
vermadnua . It may be thonallt by the akeptkaL that It
Wean to nave too many Da men but upon mega
tam, it will e• Mend mar • hale mai=fts of the 44,...7
es which OM the hassis twally aria:nab bas Inman
rude& the Wad. Be sot ,docatnel. thee. by other See
semarillas being otlend you by !toy sellers of whams
and rata yatemillone wr • substitute Dr the 'cieletual
John a.lr. BerrmarWet • This valuable proaratia the
motaietor warrants le he capodoe to all ahem '
Covor.-Beltanr sol ask I, lb. °Antall D. lake
kW. Dawnewela ins ratalle-.W tura neaten See
waectlemaent on amOsa 1.0. •
• Pasitrassitajlaatheutou ra t limb 4,•sj. •
. 1 0 Ettat—pwr 81; Taus Nth:4e= Is tructla•
detala ttds Thylallty;thesetsrs Ire 'mai WAIL you tosend
us tiro tkate by tbs PruaiylesalS Rallrosd. eh;
Maly aut. sod II hi balmy Ishotred•r almost allay W.
Tann: respectfully. JOHN 111 J Ihk Od. • •
. • llsramus; Astdaud eo. O. Kari%
' ILECIC—DeCr 11r. YIN 22. Agee, a Ihr. vests Masa
WI with us hut dem Bock OD. which we have sal&
Kew* kraut to as sit doom lanakllstely. '
Your Riedktnt U so bloc rwNaslattditeitiou. Re,
hatobtala unseal eitelhat essUllestes.lf TOG hobs Dual.
yoq"ae.. , • , W. W.IIIXIT.
Mu Mak by [silos • MuDavell. In Weed Must IL•
saws, IT Wood shush D I. Ildtbestosk.• Co. staves
Weed sad Fri:atm:mtg. H. M. cum D. A. =Sett. Janis
Douglas, a 3.1 IL P. Beltrarts, my.slso by the pre.
pylon. • aIL •
salltlave• • Caul Ihula.bereatheL. Pitufth.
Scott . NetOng.. .
Or The Committee of Invitation, appoint
-4.1 by tie 15oDttboolioir, an moastbol to moor at lb. CS
tko of. lb* (Eplauos Buthriss. avast ot fifth
sad tudtbSeLt M 00%) en Taeoday mater ; 701715 t, at
5 &clock. fla.ll utteedsuol b nquottot. -
Ms Mortar magus tboCateoultbie
T. J. blutoam..
L. Y. ae. cuateo. Liter. tier.,
Trona. Karoo. pbralso r l .
• New Nude.
FPIIE SPIRIT POLKA, composed by EL
mid &find** to Sientdo Padir. ede
Wiaety's Wodr. isrlid;J alaired bY
88~ „.1 6. 13 im e, too
~b pantos auto., oat
t relatioas. Lham•
Ati j ;ltutoi vao. N mil Years, trr roast. i lars lautrar
din, • Ilya ta/actlaa of
Poraktt nobs fur /lam. nota.
SW's, ke. lELEMI4..OI MIA
Man at tba Goklas
P. 3.—a 'pendia be of PIo.NOS moor oposms-
On* veer rale vanol-boad Ware Plano f., 1..1.
ii,ITRAW WRAPPING PAPER—Crown,
L Medium, sat Doobl• Ovnirst elem.s,_lbr We Irbolcsals
..61 mull by L IVALTYI P . Mb
Oil ILL Woad Meet.
AYER—For sub) by_ _
.a. .y.ao _ WALTER P. ILU.EIILLL.
ALLARGE Three Shiry Brick throlt
. 2 all
N CoUena.l. Not. at Vat Watt Sad
Alleattray Itrage..latt retathad. Palatal tad
%small two story Brisk llnslting, in R.lslas= AL,
'4"** *. 011. A lalitrtiON, Attarney
j41)..1t VD fastrA Amt.
HEMP -41 bales Missouri, for sato by
res. EASY. MATTHEWS* CE)
TON-48 bales for saleby
CHM 11/MULTI It CO.
LEAD -13.59 pigs Galena, for sale by
5. 30 RIM, NATTII2WS k OM
FRUIT -1450 bu. rime Peaches;
.i.a. '.' " HIV tilettlis a tax
1131 G .11ETAL-560 tons for sale by
1. i.n) lIIIIAT. llatTiMEWb AW.
DEFINED SUGARS-124 bbla.brUsheti.
IA Ptilvattant. and Clarlr ,m. tlar bri,taW . Tail
brands fur alt by
030 It and 11;1 Word at.
111ICE-86 tcs. fresh Carolina, for sale by
La, Je3o WIL HAUALIIT a OD.
110 bbla. N. (.1., for sale by
WIL BAOLLZT * CO.
B - 151 3 T 0 - kii:=l3 kegs Va lA fori azr A Z.
CHEESE -260 boxes W. R. for sale by
/ 630 WM. DAOALICY t CO.
SOLE LEATHER-300 Bides best Hemlock
Tanned Moir York Loather, lor al. by
1 . 00 RIUALEY C CO.
CASTOR OIL-10 bbls. extra quality, for
ma. by WX. BAUALEYA CO..
*so lO ono 3) Wood rt.
nRCIIANTS' BANK STOCK WANT
ED, by BAIRD & IRVIN,
114 Ramrod st
21 CHANGE BANK STOCK WANTED,
11 t 4
DLO 1.E.0N--60.tona superior, for sale by
„1.. isao - BAIRD * IRVIN.
ROSIN-200 bbla. for sale by
.14. 4•30 BAIRD i IRVIN.
T''' oo bbla. for sale by
BAIRD k I RVIN.
rtif ACKEREL-100 bbls. No. 3 (1851) for
.01 sale J. 301 BAIRD L IRVIN.
R ICE -50 times (to arrir m oar a s t lo av la
QUAD-25 bbla. for sale l aa a
Superior Shirting Muffins.
iIVIURPHY:4 BURCHFIELD Lave reo'd
thir manilas santbar cupply . of line Shirting"Alus•
in. AI ml hand. &mom and - dh Ming Llsurra, procured
directly from Um manufacturer's amt,
••• • • •
Greenwood and Rosedale Hourly Packet
ILUURING THE LOW WATER,
se Sae Ammer ECLIPSE. R. T. Walks.
. will make molar tripe so Use
Gardena from the Mot o f Mullet street s every hour, vow
P.Ma at V °Work, A. U.
omander. ma depend on her leaving at the boar.
Co.'s &press Office,
Na. Mt Market street.
IT GIVES GS PLEASURE to announce to
Doi frtrtgis that ma are mu rradg to rewire them our aim Ihhoe, on llarkgl. Wash • .
rroat ono messenger per week, with which WO MISZCILIF
owl runningore, lb* Central Reed. wg hart incraund our
lacilitirr to sir, by which WO out mead miffs any day (froo)
he th e Kett' mat ratum 97"atiatrlinTll'
lIE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of the "Atlantic and Ohio Telegraph Oceneany iD
ba la. airretabli to the Charter, mi Thoreday,Jolt i lith,
at 11 odorit, 3L. the Company's Mc. , to the tf of
Vittaborgb, for the porpooe of electing Nine Director', to
rre for the eotoololr 1000 att4 to [menet troch other
hoodoo". ut our be brought Whet; the meeting, ity order
of the Dtrectora. A. L. CUMMING&
Encaustic TO for Thom
.rTHESE TILES are wore durable than Mar
tie, nod the variety of Won end figures let s
aro ta,Rl f)yr Chord. and other paldlo b Iffinv
end Plr Vestlbules, HAUL Dining Vonfornundef.
and Hearth" In Dwelltqlfy. intp_offol a M for sale by
jenftx MtragiAa t f all i fit ax .
BLICIK BERAOE-4 additional supply
reed thin morning et the doze of .
Jerof MURPHY it BURCEPU:LD.
g iciPLEY'S POT CLAY-10tons for eabiT:ly
IL) Je2B J. SCIIOOIOJAKSIt CO.
. INSEED OIL-14 bblr. for sale by
jgo J. 801 1003MAICIE at CO.
LO3l-50 bbls. fur sale by
4e2S sciroolaraliza a CO.
AriLuF,-100 bbls. fin' sale low by
.jeZ - J. 13C1100N11A122,
Li AND PAPEIC:-60 reams sis'd, for sale by
A 7 J•T J. 6 C llo oNBlAlitikk CO.
S YONG E—Extra fino Turkey, forst& by
i. ISCHOONMIt&ti &
1* 24 Wool st.
SarAINTS GROUBLUIi 0 4- 11 / 2 it! ;it), cans.
Burnt awl Raw Umber. swum...Tata.. Mir 8rr....
... Blue. at.; tor sal• br
Az - .1. SCHOON AEU it 00.44 Word rt.
L 43 olloL—icad deg,ttreitxtk- foi'
ask br g0800110.1="t4XL .
rTB US=3bble fateale by
. • J. 1011IXAXILarait
ALLEN'S Nerre and Bone Lieir.e t e-5
QTRAW WRAPPING PAPER— 50 reams
LI ext.* lave and ham:,.lid Er r u gq i i i i i , g al ,
'HAVE jieet received frorO Nevi York, au
jetortvor st,ls FDIDOW °MUMS zed
C i tltTAlMmus. for Irk tor.
CKEREL--100 bbla. No. 3 Salan t to
and tr rla b/
roar WAIT &
SUNDRIt rite No. Mut ers '
• 74 lit bth. No.IID bblr.
- • o.
• • To Boehm* Men. ‘ 1 •
431.113SORTBER Woods atartiaeoal a
T R lttodnomi Soar loth* Zolfo= Otto, as trs =pit
1 of Jult.. sod will ottoad , to so l itmitoold wet to
10 eon sits ttntlroad Moll
° M e ° 13 / 1 0. 2 . 1 a 8.11, moat.. ua N.. meat thaaa
mw.....-J..s aaWa , xarm.ahrkA'aiah
n=para. Goo. r. Arisold. sad It la. 11e1::
Bazin's grcestotto Bansid) kerfoutis
.XTRACTB of Rose, Orange ilowar Jos.
01111 ilarAI T" A.J___ — ;1 17 1Z;a7=ti n1 / 4 11s. n" ellt*ltd . Pink.
:Ton4uUna;ka ..94"4220.127.116.11,4C1'" as•kk..
Cleatetlte, ettElod, Jewry W.Va.% a =ll. newt.
atd Extract Meek, la one came brake, ertr.6 ease
Dem All the stove AlAtreeteorbleh woolly • put of •
usortmeut. td • I .A.tdd odtlitilakut ••• •• •
tared with spatial rem matte. mew to • 1
country, JAR,. test Use high animation I. which the/
eaatalaulty. illo i r r ika m
57 • •
Wool et. •
ASTBURY Tele ; by. Anna Runlet
Drory. authors. of `lrina mut lortrares" -
:roe Bo Bod as W. &a= or Gorky akTe• ro Ottorrolori
Ooludy /s bros.:tr. by Mr Y.. BOUM? LTl„Sart.. :As
T w bg=a r N i k . th i g u itoirza= =Lin by
JoLl. IL O. ffraa — TON. G Market !
- Wm. M. Plarniglit
'VE.t.. 3, L give special attention to the (Wit ,
flea of &atm kr Maehants °them Se West
"team 41 Vosu ' llea. E" Zolle °bk4 Lbe Wen
unr n " '= 4 .i lA t TLlese4 N I, W V
X Q Q
Pmiernia & WRAPPING PAPERS--
me oar. x.a.. Big . 0 4 Ste. WeA.N.g h en --
60 " Do2bla Ctobrn • .
1.21 banded la
IS ° onerfor Port Oflko Paper, -
poub le Bledlo m own Yrititybi 801.1
The elem. with a lot of odd dees g mem Abe soli et
We lowed pion, by . S. HAVEN,
Stabooer end Paper Dealer',
je'S ember of, flasks( bbd timed meet..
IJoartno. AmmaniLtul Dispbteh mpy.l
Ai blip Ginseng;
Cno,tT. tale 4 r371:11.11 * D VAR
yk lIRLINGTON HERRING=2O boxes su-
A. perior Burlington Booked Herring. am nal. by
WM. AIL. IifeCLMO CO..
j 026 Grows and Tea Dagen.
- JAVA COFFEE-10 bags very iwperior
- IIeCLUO *CO.
.1.2(1 SO Marty n.,
litlF SUGAR SO loaves Loyering's Danz
ble Ita . faud, nes sus
•- • .
Lawrenzainl & Illiarpabarg Plank iload. -
Stockholders of,:"The Lawreneesille
tout Bbarptbarg Plank nod Ckenparar nee beetbr
lied that ao aniesnornt of $2,50 on each share hen pee
mute by the Merl of tdanagent. 11 erldelt. theY are te
nd to pey to tbe Treasuret. his Mu. tanner of
th end Liberty arena.) on orthtnnn day of
Y. -AI" an ealdttlonnl soca of SLOG ea emit arle of
mak to be Pal on or before the trat ftr_of feet nowt+
Inn mend 41111.63 BLAKELY, Tresnuer.
PAGED BLANK BOOKS.—Blank Books,
of mr7 ma sand trzat
. 13. lualr-VB
Itlsok Da* Masnaktnu7. Km 0 nth/
it 3 Wartbant. llszket st
, <twat &cord.
Second Street Property for Sale. •
.•aat , Iran !abbot three Amp MUCK
1 4 1 M11,1*A4M&I]; " ..; ",•!' with
• se mulled at the new of pozehaen the bet • •
W: TE LINEN DRILLINGS, of
V sot qualities, bul at .es. kn. irk.. imilitt•
ingt toed by MURPHY RRHIHRUU•
beil X. Z. =acre Yoartb sad Marta W.
- - -
BILL PAPER —A supesior lot just reed
encl Ibb Nab br W. B. ILAVISL Stab:env •
Self corner or Sewed bad Motel Oa:
GII TT'S'3O3 PENS A fish /apply of
stag gatr ir te ssied •
• - 'gamed email mai ilwita tl a
LT i MON COPYING PRESS—The neatest
aad mast_ Navarra' Pre= In ase:-Istado 01111
Pr ..gz. Z I :I II .. V : is th rercoxosowdemaneat.
Far arras -W. 6. aamma ll/mitre • m.
_ i• 25 • Statkoarrlfueboaaa, Mutat at..
Black Tea from Liverpool •
UST RECEIVED, at EIDER'S' Tea Mart,
&dm lot of Strong and Rao Plattoot 00N001/
tr bleb oPOtt Idol Ell to lomat to go a thou'
M-any le fitttbosgt. 71. publis an W.l 4to Qom
TOOO--Eottltls, 17141 =id Scotch foci* to
t j ty co.t qacil . 7 Cho woo Mod. of Toss Um . moot Jo: N.
- - -
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER— •
Dls loo dos. ion ned eoly rhol.4ale ux4 rf
_a. a. SELLEILS.,
Agent for Pittsburgh.
QPROTACLES!—We lusce &complete
kJ stock of Gold. Silva mod Baal Spedadesousl the boat
quality of OAT. aal aims. Wawa W. I mi tefoo to
ica gaiety a 'Wm, aeronflo, bat plop of
el mann, WO
W. w. LLOCIX.,
RYE AND EAR FOUNTAIN.—The glen
e of the undid testtenity la Israel to the rye
losostale. by Dr. Pima], (krsdlst, ot_h_oT
J sat received sod for solo 0) W. W. w/L80N... .
BOTTLE CORKS i z- i tP . CI B O mEo47l,,:abz
PARIS OILEEN-540 lbs. sup., for sale by
117 UTMEGS-1. bbl. No: 1, for tale b y
Ali Jai • E.
L IQUORICE ROOT-500 lbs. for Bat by
TEW NO. 3 MACKEREL--100 bbls, and
1\ 216 t bb in. to antra per canal: and Ise INN by
DALZYLI, M►ev at
INDIA RUBBER BELTING—Just reed,
from tb. marnareeturers, 1000 feet Lied Belau& Re
tut NM totteeee. tor ale ttm Imola Rubber Repot,
No. awl 9 Waal et. tt LL PHILLIPS.
j:berST RECEIVED—AinAyof Indh4 Rob-
Brraot Pump, :apple Pal Gal VlTlAlymotaU
far solo who/mu* and coral] at sad v Wad ot.
Jol.l J. a a. pumas.
]PEW BOOKS ! NEW soak
4.7 HOLMES' LITERARY DEPOT, Third
street., opposite the Poet Wks , —
ar the P.m./N.li • tabs Of n at
Lee Heats. NAL. bY iitroitte
Tbs.D•oghter of Night • story of the puma Woe.
Not so Bid esire Nem; • rooted: by Bolas,
12h a ito i rz:f hi A ertub ge to. No 31
Tholioat'e &too/ Merest", for Jay—No. I.
41aley's I.l.totpa.. 5.1. 1 / 1
The 1:211=111, "
Tbe Roue: or the tiassal• of Wooing tiT holm. - •
Cheap :1 De Laine..
URPRY BUROILPIELD have just
mat • le4 of f w (all +col) block Do W., ILt
rk* of V7lO. JeZI
LILACK 'IMAGE DE LAINE.—This
/1911-10 bble. new Lake Trout;'
106 L" " ftri ids 1)7
- SAL CaIIELD.
Q. SUGAR :7 -2S bide:for salejy
• ie= ' J. e. alumna
S°DAAsn-20 casks for slain by
JvZ - B. R. sissucen.
e j. T I TOES 7 -150 bu. for Bale byy
J r . i iir72 . l l l l 4Prrriemstrrnril
• I .tt or 6. 0
bay., & t W.H.L&B&DIM..
' I HEESE-50boxia Cream, for - Bale by
5.= 8. W. WARSAW IL
atTALIATA. NAIL - RMS-95 bandies Slit,
I f ey s..bby S. Y. VON nongour
GLASS -400 boson Window G l as s, nissort
4 "''' b l
. P. CON aoliNuowiri Co:
IjAY FORKS, Ray Rakes, end Scythe
81.01.4 ihr br
13. it Toe BONNUOUT a co.
Pure &Rudy. fur Diarrluesi &a.
DEAR IN MIND! should you
FOB REAL GOOD TEAS, go IQ,
UM'S' Tra Mart,
war 151,unoul. In
or dread Teas antiept at MO eau
CIBEEN GLAZED WINDOW BLIND PA-
Pia..—Anperka lot ot the atm. article Jed reed
nod for .1. hi 2112.11.A8 MAY&
• 65 Market et.
tTON OF WRITE OXIDE OF ZINC, re
ceived and for
M aa at Nola 7 and Woad and
N. Invite attention of House and fkaamboat
Painters to this ankle. which wa have teen using for wy
wards of the.. mouths. and can roconstoand m as moped=
to white lad pilot lo every motet found of atworblar
the Hold Ilia whits. Iciad, Liao 8410 Want. it. and oz..
qUeptly Itas a flasher and roars itrillJant taw It wad,.
juidneas. tad Is mon datable ltd fluid. or outside
work. it will nc4 rob od. and can bo washed Withal& t.
ir; .4 . 4.oThrill3ol•Slittl. with equal waled. it
ttlA as as wbita
j. i t : mu jpx
VAPER 11.ANGINOSA large assortment
fri. U rg= l Z. ars
83 Wood st.
.y. P. — 71 77 9rw,.....
NDIOO & NUTMEOS---Sh!MOViplent,
will te mkt amp to d 0.., glop. 0
awl! DI KAY 1 00.
J•l7 • i
4 J. Kunkbba. for sale by
INSEED-OIL--1000 (to' arriti)
tat raLo Dr /MD IXt. ID Wool j.
w. 1 4 _
•7 : 00 , 1b11;for
SPIRITS TURPENTINI.-10 bbla. to ar.
.A.RD44.14-10 MIL for sole by rl4 Jur poi. J. KIDD 00. - 0 - 13 Wool st.
REFINED BORAX--500 lbs for sale by
nu 3:KIDD 1 00 v 60 Wood mt.
FLSH-15 bblo. Now White; ,
1.166 " " pale br
ALERATIJS-100 boxes phre;
VLAX-1.000 lbs. for sale by
JR: yo.t J. B. CANTIELD.
EARL ASH- 3& bble. for sale b
feu J. B.
INSEED OIL-30 b6lo.oriawold's6ran,
sta by .414 . J. B.Cl17lIILD:.
130 TASR-4 casks for sale by .
:_7 hta J.ll. CASIIM.
P4°" PAINT- 1 tb. for Bale by
yip, [IC/LETS-50 doz. Marietta make. for sale
by J• 111 • J. 8.12•11311 all
eii!”'".2°° Dozes or 7 1 12.1LIAL . Ja
s AOON-15 casks Shoulders,
( I .IfEESE-8.0 boxes for sale by.
' • MUM DICIC a ea.
lICS4TS-2.5 dot Mariana ,foreale
Jaltt Sr W. llLRitAtroll.
WEILTIMII.9—.2OOO lbs. for Bojo_ by •- •
.ge. prime croon o
tes.romelnd and tor nal '
ma • • Joss werr t CO.
bbls. new 1851, pickled Herring ;
hid.. sad it• =l* bs Lial JOHN - war? Co.
4ARD.-2,000 Lard; for aisle on con
dsnment by T. WOO D 8 t SON,
A No. IL Weer W.
blelichedlniThter sperm oil.
.0017 4 .001 . 4
000 • .. " witsH.
• 1.400 Taxmen' on
1...tc....1 1./o b o ,
. ... a. 11. Wozast. Imam Al 6 tiT .
' üb4,i Eirsov
j~ACON-60001ba Flog Round, on ootaVIL
JJ/ ja amt, Aar salt by . • T., WOODS SQN,
• 61 Wata st.
Te/CUE-40 Ole extra family flour. *,
90 do saDerfin• - do
o y igod9irAMor..•
Jd . MILL= k 11108211208
12, BALLS—Of all the different sizes, at
th. lowestwholssra. price.
J en . . J.l
'TV " • .1: 4 1:0 • ri • : I
last mean& grad watalgra, of Crimea t qualt
and .tyleok whkk tw gold vel7 kat s; sikolmaie or
retail. at WA Oil aloa Waft:mama. Nat. •Haffkod
J.! U. P
g BEEN'OILOLOH yards f Irk
lug mho,. Jost w T
ed frosi —3ooPeadon.,and or
Nos. sad 9 Wood street. .J. KI/LLIP&
tot tWUl f. L : 113
tar ral*Wat• ared f
rett i h i s z e
Amt. Nor. 'I AM 9 osd strowt.
Jen • • • IL. PLUCLI
AA 100114.1 Am N. a. B.?*
TOM" " T,
).bY 0621] ]OLIN WATT A CO.
Judd', Medicated Lividguticle.
and is intended for family tse,
and abroad be Dona In the Doteettlon of every hue
Or the lend. Mechanics .ho are In combat danger of
Injury to their venom thin enrelent. and the ID=
O remota r OEI tine article to lee
E.tle to than, and sacra Dar Dill allt ornsider it LEI.
Tide say amity that tre, the having fre.
rinettlT nude we of Jadr a erealcatial Cutle t Feted LT river . %E.
acellent antotittne Ikar easel» Diluter. in
al.aorne. ct i llNad all kilslftreth
tyyWS '"" di wcselivau), li. D..
VD. D. 0/11311
L 441 . _
F. WooDHL7i D
*Lumens mita. xis, flaws.
ore lt t hku l= s tee DrentlEtarrh/Deives Me mo t .
70.4617 - B.A.DAMIMOCIIC 101,
earner Wad and FE* eta
Wall Papa and Bold=
I S .
." • • ."
Utl:lPS—Vaderwars fine Lextuni Syrup,"
awry maim article ter =Atm I AAA.
Maw; sad Straw —ltte•yf V ka Ask Dr
- .rm. A. accLAIAG OM.
.140 Gwen sad Tea Asia.
ALRY - SALT—A superior article for the
tWry ar table. put up la small bap, be Wally tray
sale 07 - WY. 4L 01.1.1GURO Ce...
.140 labetty st.
SAP sea° . 0/IBESE—For sale by ,
140 ' ' wlc LIILKIMO t CO.
CODFISH--600 168. itz= by
&USANDE . & DAY,. having eancladOcl
to olow tb/r
u t_bn . Q. now caw Dads antin,
at Farn7 DAY GOODE, &fa:real Wood
prim. Muds ruc he. and toWsronancnore4=- .
meat of Irma% aad A CLOTHS WWI Clear
black wad eakeol Qro D.Was &Qs. at the bad mow.
Don.% Aland Was. at the
Dl.oko lmmt. 'Wing Dania, Das
starsook %It% irda=
lopt.bar Inn snood way arnria
In Mt Drs Goods lbw.. Parchasors are Irvine so tail, as
an dotastansotTo Myr deeklad lowcalas by VIIIIWWWI
or Watt tanastar to am oat oar satire cat NI Kw}.
J*l94llr IS Mutat a ALEXANDSR t.. N. W. ea It D r. of Dtwacod.
S • .• -
rrIOWNS.END'S SAB.SAPATITTS , A —74
dozen tart min:4lmA br ale try
IL i azusass.
DINH ROOT-400 lbs. prime Cplt s igkst
ned sad lbr We by . 118191 aZ.
CITRIC AClD .— moo lbs. just real d for
IL" ads by • 5.19 R. E. SUM& •
COD LIVER (lIL , -40 gallons, p e as war . m
Ibr Ws try. ten S.Z. MISR&
I I et A : - e• e•se`i, Tom. y
!Dazed Ibr Straw • or !raft or . Mat out
. Chickding , a Pianos.
„ TORN HELT.OIC went foximr...
and Western MaPratotl.il * W
Las racalnd mid now oawr Er ask.. tito
iowlnjagart a am7tama of Plaf t aarattroaa tha
• One aletsal ilconao4 =raw Plmaili7 - Ttart
FITS 1;410 7 "' •
" • " ,earnd '
Ona .10487 •••
Two • " of
L a •":
TheAdarro Pima Fortes aro of the won Mies of fatal.
tam and wltb all alr. Chtekos Imatoaamaatt the
Prices lamiablytb• woe as at o.a. thereby' wring 02
Moamar. la thla mica tho tam!, sad risk ce ttaaa
• • • Luso rot Batt - •
Oa. Itammtaill Parrad ktosildlassalC octavo Haim
aPcurnal by •Alaal Baadaet t Qz I
Una ltowrood adave, .14.1 a atodart C.;
u o roe-haad " • Ctaksit, as almt aa
6 " Mag t t Eraser;
cp. aX, " Ilanhattan Comp.a7- . 1.18 •
bbh. No. 1. for aale by
_I,;.AR' ! OIL- BJA3II2IDAISXI 4 SI Asia st.'
- - -
• Scarce and Duizalge Gook - • _
(kr VARIOUS STYLES, 0 n thus mein
mam lals Me likek P7 A. 111 1 :447:
LAttatit r og Intitid4 MO char asnartmat of lomat .
We will iStehlh tt l4l 7ol.tettlgenli. from Elm York--
T : a Pro tices ble m m reprinted whit 'co ymadiirdl. te Run..
tals• at the Pllliteag tq ll tti k ratiU of
LW ayes. Kamm 1144.1sad,N.Mat•
.i li b iSt.7 Of by Jaccbibb,i4
NosrfolftstrAl the En ohltkom: •
i•tioir Lawton tor = Book of be Ueda* Pay. • •
AMERICAN STATE PAPERS.—StAitePa
ciand PsDifs nti or tho 051651 Mho.
g. extdbitii=.,,Z=V abil =to Filiktur
51 Nne 5 t 5 Vot r 5558 Cbutdontha Doczneontr,N•
T11.5551111,55145*.itd, aid BI-
Wiiroo ot 5150555151=571th
News or tbe Timm boa 1511.
..hots valosbio woks far Nye• I
emit BURLAPS-2 bales suitable for
Woxi Maks. AIN-300 Wag &NU. anr sad la AP:,d
oar se. bay by
EESIVAX WANTED—The highest price
ema7l . 4 saltiz
isIT mustard Wood
• , • ' Notice to Catractots.
PRILED PROPOSALS will be re ce i v ed at
thy Mei of LLD. IMO, Pal& aL, as dralarday
irTWlkatar. Araw,r4‘....wat i
cab Irvirarrr mac, ham rd Parntlll t iramarr.
at !nista r t ax . dr ewewiwtte t rx 3 .) vow:
. 7 m," . t.
t r i a
or lbr . all
l eryhydrflut m. 4 1%., atm at odd road al te lt
inn et the aim of If- lieGovrea. Eq., paaa .4,,,t„..
all lafarsaallcm ad, be *Mimi taaremiag add
. IL D. Hlllu,
_ . . . . . . .
TIMED PEACHES-100 bushels:
A./am notitaami 'mama
. I*. manning.'
ENV MACKEREL -115
°.7. Jae 414 stii=ll.
INSER 011,-10 DWl'.pure, for sale by
Ramos, inns a 00.
PeO)N HAMS-40.000 lbs. mina rio cue
pi7.ita. N. by ' 8082805. urns tr
bOON BHODI DSIt9 --
l AC ( M' .--- 0 1 :10tbaliama, Sides, Should"
la salo & 11 &&&&11 .
N.,-25aes (Bathczirt eels
4 . l, xxandi
FIRE: BOARD PAINTS—Far sale at Oa.,
.4" b , •• tjai W. P. If AXSIIALL, as wo,d
BLOC:AIta RATS, FOR THE COSTUME
A LA TVILIC,--141121W sad MisMallagrthett
iarlo, al* br
Jar , la Marta sf.
Week of Gliddcm's Panorama of
NOW OPEN AT ATHENEUM. HALL.
Cunneen! ror cmaimay..t
:EGYPT AN,D. NUBIA!
statWPq Tabiesus üboopl
Oral by Galt. Clladon. !T
m[ at Cam thimal allots at oath ea B o urn. a II. Oov
maaisz aipbt otkok—Wadawaday am moss
ot 3 owmok Meta ut boor boa.. hdattoirm
otats—ehlkheo half mite—whools nr plngts sad -
o'er. 10 wouts—Trathara vitth schools flow. rale
Barmaid k Co.'s, .a Van Amborgh & Co.'s
• COMM IrEarrarnmst- Cogitating& all the nos llelpg Wild Animals oawastaht.
111711382.12/CI ME 150 STZCI =CS, role ea aa.a . •
tafiefler for ame Defoe of - 41dratmist. •
sIVILL be' Exhibited in PITTSBURGH,
on 211011.4 DAY. TYLIDAY. mot IitTI3II.DAT.
411; sod sth, be three demander the Webb. Part/low,
at ths stooar of Peso sod carom sheets. FM Ward.—
Otes on Thursday mai Esturdayjuly ad mai idttgr i. o 2
toll. mad bout to louiP.
to M.. Du Priday..l 44111.
hibilksm.abc hourhour liff .. foam 5l MU. ehmt
ato mad banal to O. P. m. dataladow eat; eh*
then water to years, 15 mats.
W 6 collection ma Um Uhl/imams. and White Pau
dear. Also. Wiliam of tha Seam mohair=
Mt VAN hYlllJlttilk the moat mos wed of all Llos
Cooomsors,',l, m ll mass the Dew of his Torrifto OroUP
PrltV g . ..C7tA .7- i'h.lT w l W h o aster the Dena with hls
hilfhlT W.W.I animals. making Tow 0,...mf Animal itar.
The whole Cantles& of Cam.. ocsatalulog Um Ani
mal*. wlll eater ttm thy ow Tbumalay morainic. July ad. •
ami through thwprioelial streets to Prassoiow. pia'
=eant s Boa Band:
Tids an t nqulres a lot 500
o. t long
by 150 broad. Hr 1M wthltdcout mad aa tbera was lot Is
Um lower part of Vat city of audirloot ea tout Su Cm Pm'
pore. proprietors ham ben obliged to West a apot two
to them sumustefartimen,... lOOO b
st oos ?ha esta:m of the di) Mut
t o t em
been 0mg ... .51 Pre etttrilsli z . usb ft idalelay
as tlna. a tir id tmaroarzarillott ado sod tomultiotia
• TbooLtta nor rtr Itaz berm w/iLdantd,inorenini munni ourr t ,
filslinT arritan.n.trin in:gmalinnor
nsnnoxid kOh. and Van Amhara d. Co.
DAN RICE'S C/ACIIBI
.OMI3INING MORE TALENT than las
sm. tett. bast omorettrated In TiOnlok
NAL Dralat4 mins end Ltueetrioja atel INtreekkotoo.,
the. bistieet orda. InaMr.esmoteg.riteAsz.
tem the Prlooe of
lemened /Ma J. NOITIV"),IPL. MAI. Tub>
O B X 02 I .JOHZia, aat.
foretbm irlth theme...us oteonanes mITINnj
Isoupss Muter Jean. !Wie Muter
thew am 2 the - Wm: Prod Wee Frencea, Vino:my /Ably.
Tkr resseideeut MUSS and BTB Q 1111.111:6.-kd be*
ek= l l
. tect ^ Di d i btre . t a Tig 1102118* I/ib• WO* .
Will balm the tumor of paibrming MN STIArr.
uteburity - talroat Oahe .immucky &WM. au the
7 24. 34 "4th.• and tth of ;lay; 183L'
opm at basvois and at baltuset 7 Volort.-P. M.
op rend Perketirreere rill be given ore Ur Fourth.
,< 26 EOM TO. CLEVELAND.-
PITTSBURGH AND CLEVELAND
Pack& and Badronel Line to Cleveland
ASSENGERS leave every morning at 9
deka. by steamboat to Brater tbean b 7 tndem
= l l= greatM. th.m.Dr _ raub. " l "' l !' ur " .
Sagami:audio , bola% To c ammit..lB boar . m
Veleta Om lbsouarb to hic.r4
pL , CIIICIINATI,
Via Columbus and Ind. by Cleveland fad Clsodanatt
Detnai. tnli et4m and YR
a C tisers ".42, of '‘" M 4 lebt . Central ed'.l4
.rn irVetes, "l"."
Memo at TM o'esoes. A.ll...nt b ßallroad to JAM iitabki..
for water la r ge z Ol t do /yo ga mob to - Cicada.
t o rtt St ,
pi and O t et t t Ell to Duroml much ottalmr,
tickets or throrioatlc. / to.
a*l' " .
, Eters) ea.? of lindtbflakt mat Wn. am*
moons Una Monougabeta mosso,
Or to W. R. MOO//11YAD.Age.t, -
Otitat ander ER. Cbarlee natal, Wool
• :4: .1411 1 d.):i
185L' - : • ' Aire 7114 V rTatF4s • 1851
- Fortpsix hours to Phihtdelphiti . _ •
Forty4coir hour; toßaltiraors. - •
281 miles ItaareslB-403 nunev
Wm, lefill7lll.L.R AID carratums wan
TO, PBILIDETRHIA,. BALTESIOBE AND
13eng frafrom ts twiny danget* mut
: ' eanneeted sith piece
Two Daily - Lim Erwresi - : Picko ;MOIL .
Lmtir E rifi =lrk' r P raMtigice
tah4.HOLLIDATIMtiEGH, o -
tr. • .
. . .
NEW PENNSYLVANIA - RAILROAD '
Two fltetetted and 4ll. Ware direct to _
Relate Lean w m.nnerrmfoa ag atottdog=di e ly at Sited Otte*.
it. to meadow. 8t
all t -
v........... 1.eate5ter $9 4 ." do aornauarir VW.
Take the fooltad be ad Btint E l t.=
oa. antral at Can that phiee. (
- No thane for Incadliag Baggage an Gls routs
The Care on Mb roes. we
and and of the wet open.
ed oloatzatttoa fat oCadort. and Welty. of
U you dodo. clamp travailing Wolf CaMitutublo meal
tocdattoa. mean new ttctato at .
D. LEE .& .Co.
Canal Barb. Penn street
WI WESTERN 18.15 L
TRANSPORTATION 003IPANP, ; ;
D. =RR it DO%
RAIL ROAD AND CANAL
MORE, AND NEW EOM'
rCanal being in good order,' wi'ars
prtxtect trwport wor. cod tactebiedlet. to
fel. the ewe cues, at the loven tvxmot rate, of
_ilklettaytteeet ttod dieretch. The tcels
ens are ova. ana tontroll.ll b . the 3evecieture. EWA
of WU., trecetoltted, and all =mom.. Dtecildt7 et ,
delt/7 oor eddrees'
elteepog Depot, N0e.13 12,9P0t
DellealoyDe_Dot, Dock ote PhD.
Xw 7. Wont dm% /cry Yotit-
FARE REDUCED! -
jag - 1.851. Mum
lONONGABBLA HOD= •
Via Brom:mills - and Cumberland, billadtbiam
and Philadelphia. -
r.biE MORNING BOAT Icalis.the WIWI ..—
an -U. Bridge daily , at okkok oesehotyohle .
site the saes at etcmteretead nett comedtte,
The `maw Bast lanes WI/ Wart Sudsy etmcoM
et 0 ohdeeki emu:ea:dog trite the am at Cuatterimattezt
evening at 10 Veek. . e •
Ttme thetetelk to Holtbson. 9 boars Van obit
The Tl99ol ateoal bromr.l9 t sa Phil.Vl9l9. 40 toms Sus
the Opacities Deter.= fatronlfteCortberhocetkieb
teaks Ude deektecily the boo route Era.
MTV • • Mee to the .114 n h jL
&Ma 1851: raft
-- UNION LINE_. •
On th e Pennsylvania and Ohio y aw& .
mown_ mum a co
memo... IN, casinvOno co,-..connuan,o..-
THIS well anown Lino is now ir4 t
u - do t a
The Iheilltlee at the Lhee ore ansoneuenel hennaing',
Iv, mad aeregity at Bute. eVerloace ente44
(bat Boat been ... ..l . lttehtugh ere' Ml:ad donnt& '
irtgliThCatrift, were Line at tali elan htall
(.14.peUer ?mob) am the Ideket. 4 !!
• r Puke Co, topzittory 04
l ie r"'N ll:l:47Uu =AA 0 • '
riagt, Gram' 'Oc, ir.**ftVtt ...-
AtIMZMY.2k. ' -.'
nada.= a Pl= 0...9314*7.120•A1r
O. Willtan b e t I
ic Co g D_ att
. -tht ;L1 ni..,...
il 0,,.0.,.iutaZi= ,:.
JUlttlitkk tiny...—. _
J Pa76:71r11 244T8
fwasoor - I Ma .4
'•%'• ona 14 1 en64 - 7B . .UTM: moreiVV- Abia
miarHat.. • boll
sah 2 Mores. now:landing andfor
,2811.111DICarf a 1:10,
, - water and Fronton.
rboxesstore., for sale by
.• - c ISALIII.DICHIP OCR .
, 'V /I lIIPPIMS.
doz. for sale by
AA *II & & fr. nasnAttim.
1716:1FER iyumtES-250 grp. ace alit by
.I• 14 Assvrasor. •
'_'UlP PlNS—Just•• received, • a boaatifilt
sooorlzoost of plabz Gold. tutor ItorAellod. ollgOr.k;
tr art omMlottrablo yoltortut.
Pad Maw mirat,toraerat new,
t ode br
1./ARRED . MUSLIN-50 piv..es'deaunble
Affie v we eo.onyace Jel. Vs A
• Braadies, Winira, ea. - .
itIAVING completed irmu gemen t, y id,
me:ee Lazarus." n0nd . ,,,,„... cu ., ib .
...e.eenezzL.eiw thus sasidad to par to
46. awririor .st. s -
=wow mom Moat es 4., (Attained.
At ttentina la W.V.,' k, say Hs; as hsio, ~
C 0.., nnth ce.t.e._ ie,;41 5 , le
_ goi. saaa Al rzz..l""`" ..-
IplaOhds. and • nr . nt Ankl. and tamtooarnorata•
WFL anjtuaa & , ..,Lta., oVirjr .ry h.
~,,,d a' . 1
wk., 87.4,1,42... Z., well incons_hnonth•
soo taws Oltscr. W var
i ious bands
Ito caws ISt.uterna and slut:atm 48-7.. • -
46 oohs n 9 in n Gl= Da. ._. ._ .
la Tara Okl Holland and Slam Oh.
10 T o t; olso nu 0 h 1 6 1k78 1 ril .
A l s IA il l i n 3 a k 1 ,,..
So auks saws= Ixodan Brosna Stant sailleateit Ak.
Wltn • constant intodf at broosta4 Llttoos• soda en
4TI stock of swami 8Z04.3 slNKcion.bnant
all of • 1 sttil Dew ft My p n ,,,,, b
u rns will 0:= slab a
Lau . ....., 4 1 ,. ••• 1241 : 4141 0/4 30 aLtd