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8. Btetdettrille is on th; Ohio !leer, Z 3 mThis
dare Wheeling. If this aortawere obtained .
-or if the neeessit' y of a charter were. entirely'
°belated-41m trade of Marietta mad liiksttheia
0/110.Pessingup to. Steedsenville and thetice to
-ratabargb, must traversesline 20 milrskm
&snit it:shoold Imre the riser at Wheeling and
Proceed to Pidiadelphis through Mis :Honied
' road. !Wait is not ;modem far Philadelphia
'L.., toes* to Italtimers this advantage of 20 -mile.
- . 4. Pittshatitli =obtain '4 shatter line to at.
atiorterWshe may pr.:7;6ollTel' o:o P tiii g t . ertsts
whim*. asking Philtuirli to incur the semi
' lice clii bee s lialtim grt" A tn ami without asking
Beta,- or prudent men anywhere, to think their
-,; funds bbnilet4 a road without the reteelion
• The sholetell rter t
radical line fromiittabwOc
t . .
tt n arr meta west and south of the national
To ambler ttti , 4 LT enjegylportio osd W n
of ;I i to '
, t tradowhir.liwill be concentrated. at Viheeling,
OM Illeed =flypast a road iabont 23 miles long,
f i , : i ll tli thAvall e n el iiii o f t
e -= Cree
near tztz t ,
o im . eet
Then tite.Wesai trade sad triad destined to
-' LS Philadel will continue on to pr_ectisbargh
-mild tilt s will be ammtanivieted.
It ilitte will bit foe one moment rap
;s , .Prelli het tire appreherition of the compe
,..,t- titian of W leig, and deliberately seek the
. 1 ii r t e = eans ' 11
altio tl . : .t li e gea f tsrosh W ein e ts '
-throb • olfspring a :idea excitement-.
and look to the,onkr route Which will secure to
te r people a fade ,partitionof the western Mi
. U she not wisely the sources of her coromer
tiel enema will notbe serioesly'draleeti by the
, i l" ; ilempfield ioad:lmt ebe Till strive to make that
road tributary to her greatness, and the means
of, uniting. her. prosperity to that a Wheeling
tmu eipima by an arowweld.
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ON EACH GE Of 27111 g PAPER.
' Western Pansybroths 'Scott Convention.
to en twine or titiCscor ,
.The eaderslaned aset appointed a committee. at n pub.
=lrekar Mende of Oen. Wmrato Sorrr, in al
. to Matte delegable from all-the other
Amentles to 'lVeetent Peostrylvanle. fattetade to the oleo-
ties of the hem of two ware to the Preekletay. mat In
y.leineetion,ht the Ow of Pittsburgh. on the TWENTI
, NMI 10 AUGUST nest. the denleereer of the tattle. of
CoatNalli 1=1041.03mm In pormence of that
sane, ti cordially teethe evert friftd that ler of
..,:',.:.Sottra d. % trig o i rert u elle=eal ' d Adzp h ed
„ prodenea Idadiroji , tx . h.la%ubtato. eel hi. State.
niatelep, to acespanda edloif delegate , to Met Mee
WatiOn. sod to Meet us le pence en that occatims.
&hiker. of the ear of Vela I ate with lam endured the
=tig L th on, ' I C ratr . l eliMppeef u:4 th li ' U 'Pb et=
e S t
C d m
7r an 4 meet steelfaM rewash come not eith
/be Ile:Mc= =ape= who,
.ntater his core.
- in open add. ma whet fearful Wag, Memel au.
ead le.pnl:.nd frond het. veto the
Rem mod Steam In telomph from the dome of tre
lgeto.el. Mose. *meths !ale of meatemmm; come
eath vtbdrhMie plop aro heeled Chiettebt. the
tialm -7- eilm - 11111esiVas ind .em
•tiaGriViOur — ;:n " ; : i • rmrain " ;eTtii
Oen. Jatkeon to onlblee his ..booolder be Droelalmed:
.T_,„tte ton and shall be preserred." 'The toter
Dhant election of Winfield bolt to the Presidential Cho%
-will mom emetnalir sup;
_rem booth ogrAt. seceprion,
• thin an army of a .Ited tb9111.4 001000 e. ,
tonna Nan! whom enthusiasm has bompiten [RAW
be , the nonfat of fleotth berate deed.. eonte.'iohs with um
,---16.ftur.o.kr with as under the Pa. of Ashland.
In'ao aws Vionw ooOO.Oa rs kol t trithe of th ttAlkefoes
,- , enser
T r ez=g! ntesent s.bumui patztotta " :Nutonal
• Thoenuel, whom pus,' allicime hew
than eras; 0.1:1 amid On nehmen% of Lbws
nil" et the name of Winfield Been: "44""'".
We Unite all to poem shoot the u Tohattte Assenssn
Indnattf. and the adroottee Of l'ari(fic, who lowe
• tepee yet It.striglfisett 10i Ws treatment of their ellleast
„tl2l:=E.m sZt. l 47'• Chb riiiegi ' V 'l l t r
• - to Tikt os in oar warloehose, tkcne onl y eno
f'h.W Wb ? . fr i'l' TZ A arA le ettireb. Wej7.l dr
.oth oat la
'r J HIGITAM
th . 6l . :t
-Yn mdtrthat. ohs render, mai, have, all the
eta eat j pggeettona to; otherabefore them,
-41 r aael tit:she - able to came to a jut Onolesion=
in orlitialact-tolet the Philadelphians eloink
tluntielvii,ie Imo tented from the North
wade, end tar..ch.rirr.
Epett Pater, costae variant Railroad quotient
the pablio mind. ' '
Weboo. time nor inclination 1,6 p o i n t
to in, erroneous in both sr
, tides; bat AMU merely content ourselves with
,+' laying; that:cur charge of 'poi,' faith mu found
rat a feet which neither the editors of the
"'..toith'sbeericept, ,nor any other. of ; the , defender,
of efidtla, have noticed. We: stated that
Qat sabscriptioa of ate million of dollars by Al
- legireny county Wei madeittubject :to 'W certain
:rj-Idedge or stedition: wldeh has never ' yet .been
unpile& with. The skean for non compliance
,;:bas beat want of mesas, ,end yet we foods prom- .
ilven at a meeting la the Railroad office of
*militia and hell of donne to' a *feet Calm
'Wed to WOW . the welfu‘' of this city. Until
thil matter a Weplabseci, 'the charge r or ionic
~.faithwilk attest.. - .11; any Sae denies that nth a
pledge-vu mad; ws , are prepared SO prove it '
tmpiiisAt to notice all' the
ini.4.4oa this paper
by.• - ittiiria of • franc i porai •
our !Sara r es, • touters we
would not consent to foil Ow the current ay and
hat I for the Steubprigle 'Railroad project. A
notlee of coin' 'Mist suffice forell, and we will
talelstaptiii .rceirieq yestertkayris comprehend
ingthe greateistimimnt 'ef impudence and Igoe
! -., race on the subject-The leading article of that'
pd~ee of yesterday-coineuees UM:tows:
bneitlej ar sOtalnce we were enabled
r tnivareenace that the PittatengliGasette, !roman
hostility to lee Pittsburgh and Sten
benville Itaiktad, (see thatpaper of Wednesday,
9th)tuad come mot in favor of Cbat project
-4.yed work. :(fienLhaetto !of -Thursday, the 10th,
This statement is simply untrue.. There Ise
btenno change in ou4 position in relation to
'that work. We tare never opposed it except to
defend eur Wedeln gond from attache by
indent Meads of thel Steubenville route. .W$
:hies never adiocated'it, as, preferable to the
•, sivarinata. 'Oat Ain. of
,klonday lest, we
endsvivored show this PhiladelphiivAiv—if they
~; . :..witild.baVO ass. other:then the river route,
iildshwethonghtsgood one—that the/Ital.
benville was preferable to the Ilertoptieldi for
-;f..itieirPtirpotes,and vie' titbit so hilt In the
- 611.ParagaPhs the .
_aWe have now to *oracle another mutation,
which' presents the Gazette. in en attitude of hos
- .. ones more, towirdethe Steubenville Bail
' rod- . (Seethe Getett i e of yesterday, Thursday.)
:This paragraph conveys an impression equal
• ,IP false with the_ont l i which 'went before
Theis was- nothing theltatette of Thursday
• - Isconsistent with ittrvihole previous course. We
*der plain statement in regard' to the river
routs which we 4T e *ways'undevistizgly
J O B
Tbs7ournat =mums our coarse as "one of
• :,..I"tas serer phenomena in newspaper agilityt"—
If vlO had exhibited's. mw Urad oas
Heil ' this Sbeibetteitieltallroadquestion„ there
' . ..;;.Vitet41,1 170 somtvroord for criticism. . •
We recollect thit' i this is notthefirsttimethat
the Hemplehiprojent has alarmed the fears of
thiteditor;.and him to seek tor a remedv
At thettitoe the grist antidote for the Ilemptield
piste!, was • "'krill nerd to Warkiegtmo, and
ehei PitiMbenrina ItaikomtPreject ems diecirded:
Ids payer.af Jari j cualy. 18, 1861, he says v ,
calf tbed ' the Ilittopkeld : Paihroadmill he Made;
.. ..k?.. ;;l .).stwat ought. Pittst*,r2h; doV Will she Ilk idle
on of oar
e a t f e td ee Ski ef the
ad, t e r v ith i l t r Hempffeld
L lull Trtioh is 62 toul l i nearer; or will she en.
dance evert as fares' possible the injury to
Iterbcgoest that lily resale oth
:•! *it to-Wellsville, as troggested, or direct to
wet rot celreat dent of menty . —eind
mud Mal to aer *Otto sinal eemAnd oll en a
Stet*? 'man The probability Ls, therefore, that
the profits would not iv:lumen:lts the tmatmenn—
tedensedois' it' Washington:Ls liable to the
yore otdootlaig; ',Thins items, therefore, to be
No Ober frothed 'main our Fred than a ranee_
either &impede of the present 'turnpike
ItO tbSt 1410 . 7 1 .7 , 11 . 1 independent work by spoilt-
Ifii`then sal do Stsubenville project.w ould
ofst.poo, ithata.n.areetwe said :that? We
ihintt.wa love abetter Ilatlrasd 'rents to Eito.6-
1411414' tbsasto one kiv
,anti sillcasltl, test minaret so al*,
Moak of -1 4 .04 1 513 .4 11 • 110 Proile4 siMi
111 2 t 4 4/ -
i:ittehke iota to - Washington
;ant pf -
_ _ .
c; l 4/ 6A6 3 ;t 4 it s i 40, itol41;;;r
tOSly domooji* u *Woo of Plait:nal*, ha'
oaCiteg headed loin tam angles
are . opimt to promote Pittsburgh intern% be
outee . -theY eslutuf,vei of th e
meet vhieh he, BO lately as January, last, pro
vituad inferiordo eplank road to Washington
14 . 11121e1111.5 of obviadog the injurious ducts of
,the — r iliMptleld imams. Utti . impudence end in
&rait- .1 t •
, - Theßfehmotid , Times, epeakingof the Wawa
of the commandant of Port Moultrie to permit
th e g e e.estera Of. Charleston to celebrate within
the wigs,. tells the: following story of General
" When the millithistticat trouble was pending,
a petition was received by . the , Secretary of
War, ,requesting that. Port Monitrie might be
placed for a time under the control of the au
ties-et Charleston, to be used as an boa
for an epidemic was represented' to be pre.
railing In the city.'. The Secretary thought she
request a very reasonable one; and en epoke of
it to general Jackson: but Old Hickory instant
ly emelt a rat, and throwing into his countenance
all the elll4lo of expression of which it was ca.
pable, told the Secretary, 'Sir; 'you will order
the officer, in command at Port Moaltrie to turn
theopen Obirleaton, and send him s rein:
fo t without delay. That my answer, to
the Fe w would qUeition what General Jackson
would now say; wore he President of the United
States, if a military company should ask to be
admitted Into the same fort, though its members
might intend - nothing more eertton than sea
soning their, bumper's with toasts denunciatory
of the Union and.theOovernment."
Horace Greely, who is now mating the tour of
the continent of _Europe, writes an‘ interesting
letter fronaGenos, the principal city of Sardinia.
We copy portions of his letter.
. . .
"This Kingdom is to day, after France, the
chief point of interest in continental Europe for
lovers of Human_ Liberty. Three years ago,
under the impulse of the general uprising of the
nations, its rulers entered upon a course of pol
icy in accordance with the wants and demands
of the age, and that Indio' is sull.adhered to,
thoughmeantime the general aspect of affairs
has.sully changed,.end Sardinia herself has ex
' perieneed the sorest reverses. The weak; wea
-1 'Me king, *hose ambition first conspired to throw
her into the =rent of the movement for the
wagon of Italy, has died defeated and broken
hearted, but hiser son and heir has taken
his stand dellberaliV, and firmly on the liberal
sidaand cannot be driven from his course. His
pelice"as proclaimed in Ire memorable speash
from the throne on the assembling of the pres
out Chambers, Is "to rear fretinstitations in the
midst of surrounding ruimo. A popular As
-earthly, in which the MiniStry have seats, directs .
and supervises' the national policy, which is
avowedly and efficiently directed towards the
rigorous prosecution of reforms in every depart
ment. Absolute freedom in matters of religion
has already been established, and the long crush
ed and mew:tied Vaudois or Waldenses rejoice
in the brighter day now opening before them.—
Their simple worship is not only authorised and
piotected in their narrow, secluded Alpine val
leys, bat is openly and regularly offered also in
Turin, the metropolis; where they are now en
deavoring to erect a temple which shall fitly set I
' forth the changed position of Yrotentanthrm in
liorthern Italy. They are still tier and poor,
end irillapply to their brethren in America for
pecuniary aid, which I trust will be granted ex
pressly on condition that the church thus erected
shall be open, when not otherwise required, to
any Protestant clergyman who produces ample
testimonials of his good standing with his own
denomination at home. Such a church in Turin
would be of incalculable eervlce to the cause of
human emancipation from the ehackles of force, '
proscription and.tradition throughout Italy and '
the Eastern World. '
" The freedom of the press is establlalied in this
kingdom, yet-no single journal of the' reaction
ist typeas Wand, because there is no demand
far one. ''The only apolitical sentiment
Is that which sepanttes the more Impetuous pro-
I iressiam, or avowed democrats, from the larger
number (appareatly)" who believe it wiser and I
safer to'hold fast by king:aid constitution, espe-
since the monarch Is among the most seal
: outland active in the cense of progress and re
. farm. I think these are right, though their op
ponents hare. ample justification In history, eves
the most recent, for their distrust of the liberal
profasions and seemings 'of royalty. But Were
the Idzg and all his house to abdicate and leave
the country to-morrow.; I believe that is would be
&illus.: - roue step for Sardinia and human liberty.
r For this kingdom is elmost walled in by enemies
—Austria, Tuscany. Rome (ells and Naples—
all intensely hiding it and seeking. its dowufall
beeause.of the light and hope which - Its policy
and its example are diffusing among the nations.
With the Pope it indirectly at ratiance, on goes
tient; of contested jurisdiction 'deemed vital alike
by the spiritual and. temporal power; and re
vested efforts at solinstment have only resulted
inrepeatedfallores. The futile of itself a source
. of weaknissa'since ninety-nine in every hundred
of the population are at least nomiandly Roman
Catholic:, and the great mass of the peasantry
intensely ed; while the privtbood naturally side
With the ecclesiastical as against the political
contestant And behind. Austria, notoriously
hostile to the present policy of Sardinia,. stands
the black, colossal shadow of the Autocrat, , with
no power that of the Rhine and the Adriatic,
able.'or williog to resist him; and only , waiting
for ais excuse to pour his .legions our the sonny
plains of Southern Europa A democratic rear
lotion in Sardinia, no matter bow peacefully ef
fected, woad bunitably, while France' la erlp-
Pled, so at present, be the signal (as with Naples
and Spain successively same twenty-five to thirty
years ago,) for overwhelming invasion in the in
terest sad be theforces of atter despotism. Well
informed men believe that if the present king
were to abdicate to-monow, he would immedi-
Maybe choseopresidenthy an immensemajarity
of the people.- • '
Yet there is an earnest outspoken democratic
party in Sardinia, and this city is its focus. Ge.
nos, in feet, has never been reconciled to the de
cree-which attararlly merged her political ex=
istence in that :of the present kingdom. She
fondly eherishesi the recollection of her ancient
opulence, power end glory, end remembers that •
its her day of greatness she was the centre and
ant of a Repoblin Hence her revolutionary
.struggle in 1848; hence the activity,and bold
ness of her republican propaganda now. To see
Italy a Federal Republic, whereof Piedmont, Sa
voy, Genoa ant Sardinia should be separate and
sovereign states, along with Venice, Lombardy,
Tuscany, Ronne, Naples, fun, would best sada} ,
her resentful aspirations.. •
lie then speaks of the commercial'
togas of Genoa, for want of means of commtud
ca' tionwith the Interior; but which will soon be
remedied by the construction of a millroad from
Turin, now completed for 70 miles, having but
30 miles yet to be constructed, but so extremely
difficult, owing to de ruggaineas of the country,
that It will, require three millions of dollars to
make those thirty miles. Still he says it will be
done. He goes on :
Still Sardink has very much before her unao
complithed.She needs first of allshings an ef-
ficient and comprehensive system of popular ed.
=San With the enormous superabundance of
sixty thousand priests end other ecclesiastics to
a generally poor pordatlon of four millions, she
has not to-day file thousand teacher!, good, bad
4a Indifferent of elementary and secular know-
I ledge. These black 'Uited gentry falily over
shadow the land with their shovel hots, so that
corn has no fair chance of isonshine. The
I churches of this city must have coat tin millions
of dollar-for you cannot walk aeruired Steps
.without passing one, and the wealth *Tithed in
their oeusthuction and adornment exceeds all
bellef—while all the common school houses in
Genoa would not bring fifty thousand. .The best
minds of the country are now pondering the
intent, necessity of speedily establithing ssystem
of efficient popular edtusation.
Bat the nation is deeply in dept, and laboring
under henry burdens., Its industry is inefficient,
its commerce meagre, its revenues slender, while
the imminent peril of Austrian invasion compels
'the keeping up of en army of filly thousand ef
bathe teen ready to take the field at a moment:,
warning. . lint for the notorforui and active
hostility of three-fourths of Continental Boa**
to the liberal policy oily rulers, Sardinia might
dispense with three-fourths of shin force and
save its hoary cost for *donation and internal '
Improvement, . As things are, wean must toil
in the fields while physical and mental improve
ment must welt in order that the nation may
sustain In virtual idleness fifty thousand soldiers
and .thonakad priests. •
Yet great are the blessings of freedom, even
swath the grastest disadvantages. Turin is now
incrwashu ithiustri and : population . with a
rapidity utokatoth to Its former Watery. Look
-1011 PAY at the new buildings Jest UDC tad or now
progreskYon might mistake it for as Ameri
mi city. : . Veleta checked by future wars, Tashi
w in doutaileepoeulatiou between 1850 and 1860.
Genoa has. bat. reandly end partially felt the
new. impelak I!! Ma ha" the march of im
prosementiarthibla Thllis. Flan more of pence
will minuets the autathation for lts to period
of stagnation and decay of an activity nonplused
- 'An littaapth to ke.rniidp.soon to blow ht, th e
inflodpalrook tithe lleti 'Gate cloutnel, met of
A hole, eight in4tes in inane
flo inds.l44,feet deeps is to be'drilled into the
OF of the kelt, nod Agin filkd with ponder' en-
Telopedin tin moister& powder Is to be
. enplods pielm vbs. at 44•4. to gai•
rano bittet7. '
naiconna _ -•••••• •
Enrrom—The pains which have ben ta:
ken to proems the Ingestion, in so many papers
of. the answers of °Pitteholgio" to the <Pieria
of'oCirnmbendibus," show that some one must
think them exceedingly satisfactory and anselsii
else. Yet with everywish in the world to And
iciebehicies between this end Stenbinsillle by the
route 'proposed, 2 cannot, in this 'Mae realise the,
aptitude Which people are said to have of seeing
what they wish. 'cannot find the solutions to
the objecting urged which some editors profess
to see in them._One thing, however, is very .
Plain,, and that is the shocking had insper,
generally,'of the sidrocates of the hill • rend.
That is umelly . a siga of conscious weakness.
If the argument is entirely with them—and the
fact thit the road-
will be:sonde, go well estate. .
lobed as they prof use-they Welt irately afford
to laugh at objections rather than meet them
with, ugly epithets, and absurd charges. It is
to be presumed that there are no ...enemies of
Pittsburgh" residing here, but It may well hsppen
that gentlementhay differ u to the best means
. 0i promoting her interests And we may de
pend upon it that while those interests cannot
softer from calm dismission, they may. grievous'
ly, from'rash andunoomadered action. Ascheme
that - cannot endure investigation, had better
be abandoned. It le no light thing to expend a
considnible portion of our, not too abundant
;capital :in a wrong direction. A. roadthat is not
profitable to its stockholders can scarcely he so
to the community. : :'do not mean to say that
the proposed Btvabenrilte rosdnill not be so.—
What I sat down to complain of, was' the very
unsatisfactory nature of the answers which are
trumpeted as so overwhelmingly concludes. Take
an instance: 7
To the question "Wow much will tie bridge
cost ?"- the answer is "It will coat so much as
will be required to construct it. We do not
know, th e exact spirit which dictated such an
answereue this, and therefore apply no epithet,
lest we might not use precisely the -right one,'
and more especially as say one that we ootuo -
with any regard to fitness, might not be con
sidered very fiatterbrg. We may be permitted;
however; to say that itieemseo much in the spir
it of the "challenge and defiance," which is. all
that the editor of the downed says he has to of
fer,that among the "well answered" questions
we must suppose thatlie considers this one no
particularly "well answered." To us, however
it appears very much akin to what is generally
known as 'a woman's reason. Other of the que
ries are replied to in -very much in the same
way. For example, to that very important gnu
tion " How is the railroad to MU the Ohio at
Bterthenville?" the answer deemed all sufficient is
that it will cross by the same means that the
Hempfield and other nil roads win cross. . But
as to how they are to cross we are not told.—
Now the that Is that the road must have two
bridges our the Ohio, or two ferries. That is
position which cannot, we think,' be crank
though our friend •littaburgh• thews a good
deal of skill in that way. If by bridges, so high
and of such span, as not to abstract the naviga
tion, the question of their cost In a iced of for
ty miles becomes an exceedingly important one.
If by ferries, the element of Urns must be consid
ered. Whether the time so isonsained in crossing
would not be equivalent to the increased dis
tance of the river souk is a Veal= that ad
mita of argument, awl will be discussed, even
at the riot of being. put down as "enemies of
The author of the answers to the queries es.'
timates that the proposed road, with a ferry at
each end, with the Hayfield railreati eels one
side, and the rieezu Moocher. will pay as good
dividends as any other railroad coenecting with
Pittsburgh. , We shall not now dispute this.—
But how would it be if the river ' road-Should
also be made? as, from present apPesmances, it
is very likely to be, and we believe certainly
will be. Would not that be a competition that
would be likely to render the hill road MY
bad atock ' • ,-
Not to trespass farther upon youcedumas,
Editor, I nor not wedded to any route but
the one that after a.fair, full and dispassionate
discussion shall be deemed to be the best route.
I am no advocate for urging these things 'with
a rash.' Excitement and resentment are bad
counsellors If the spare capital of Pittsburgh
is diverted into a wrong ehannel,;:the evil is
much greater than world at first bhish seem ap
parent,.But that is a branch of the subject
that I crnnot now discus. Vesting the tine
friends of the road will meet the. question, not
with challenge, defiance, and, I may aid, vili
fication, but with facts, Information and argu
ment. I remain, G.
Fbr. the PatabirrgA Gaseite)
cater z 7 TmE GIBSON.
Solon, in his laws, made none against mini
tride, apprehentGag It 4arpondble that say one
should . be guilty of so 'natural a barbari4.-
8o in oar amended constitution of '3B, there is
no provision against the resignation of a Judge
of the Supreme Cortit In order to obtain a seep
pointment, and thus a prolongation of his Judi
cial life in defiance of the constitution, the fra
mers of that instrument not believing it possible
"dot sus Judge would.* Arras Aisire(f awl his
office." For when such a prevision was offered,
it was voted spinet, and rejected on the ground
assumed by Mr. Forweri, "that It was morally
impossible a Judge would take admine of ole.
enable cirmsousataces and resign his office for
the purpose of being reappointed. -- Ile would
not believe that any. Judge would so degrade
himself and his office." 13 Deb..!..pe. Can. So
when Mr. Dunlop offered a .similar provision
with the remark "that Judges might resign and
get recommissioned before the expiration of
their term,not that he meant to say any Judge
of the Supreme Court would do so." Mr. Wood
ward, the advocate and author of the 2d section
of the sth article of , the Constitution,. and a
strjagirig Democrat, laid "he did not contem
plate al course which would be so MAI, discredi
table, and the amendment, (the 2d seetion,) did
not prerlde against such' a continency:" 13
Deb. Pa. Con. But • Bolan,. and Forward,. and
WoodwXrd, were equally at fault Athenians
were fond who did kill their parents, and e
Pennsylvania Judge who did resign in order to
be re-appointed; with this difference, howerer,
that the Athenian parricides claimed no reward
for their berbarity, whereas John Bannister Gib
son sets votes, money, end honors, as a recom
pense for a detestable evasion of the Constitu
tion he'was sworn to rapport and expound.
GILIIIIOIAL Scorr.—Thls distinguished offoer
Is indenting at West Point' The Nair YOrk
Mirror, in detailing visit to .West roint, says:
"ctmonimany otherdistingirm' led gnats who
are refreshing themselves at this delightful re
treat, we found General Scott, who had just sr
wired in the cars, looking better thai we have
seen him sham his return from Mexico. He has
grown fat and middy, and looks twenty years
.younger thin be did at the close of the campaign.
it Is hardly necessary to add that his spirits w
as fins as his health." .
Dann Wnints's Wont, Bsvn VOL.
trias—A Boston correspondent of the New York
Express : ' writes as follows .
I have seen to day, the first volume of the
miscellaneous speeches of Mr. Webster, as edit
ed by Mr. Everett, and now in the course of
publication by LIME & Brown, of Csmbridge.
The first two volumes, of five or six hundred
pages each, are printed, and are to be followed
by three volumes of Mr. Webater's speeches to
'Congress, and these again by three volumes of
diplomatic- oonermandenee and other matter.—
All these , volumes are accompanied brnotes,
some by Mr. Webster and some by Mr. Everett;
and they will make • work ~ allke creditable to
the polities, the literature, and the history of the
government, during the thirty five or. forty years
in which Mr. Webster has been in public life.—
These seven volumes will be published at the
same time and probably at about the close of the
PAllllee Lraur.—We learn from the "Nashua
(N. H.) Gazette, that Messrs. J. T. Stayer,
Marla Cunningham and Dr. Carpenter, of tat'
place hue purchased the light of Paine. light
for New Hampshire.' Aurextdbidoncif the light
in that place by one of theie gintlemen is S 'pa
ten of by the Gazette In the most favorable.
tutus. The Gaups adds:l "Franklin Hats was
HOW with Pain's light on Tuesday evening;
Ittu.Dalne himself was present end mew lee
tore. He wee perfect l y! successful with his
Vanua. Nawersrsus;—The decision of.
the POSPIIIISter Gengral, .thst newspapers ant
direct from the office of publication, if for a less
period than three meals, ere to be steads:rod
transient, and u ochshoold be prequid, is met
with general sudonishment by the press. The
intact of the bill is tucker that we can scarcely
undulated this decision: r it manifest], the
moaning of the law, that 'aransient newspapers'
are those sent framone se,qtuttaancato another.
As such are frequently not called for so that the
department is burthened with the wee of
carrying than, without payment, the provisions.
requiring pro-payment 'alto each, was well and
wisely introduced. . The cue is diffmett, - how
erer, vjure en old subscribe' clams . his resi
dence teopezezirs 'Alen citizens
delpbia for the summer.! 1p Witt:es, of this
kind the reason for pre-payment oulat for the
ettiscriber will be only too glad to false his Pe'
per from the office; and, , where the roman no
longer exists, the prolate Is ntutecesaub. end
should not be calmed; ;ideas directly demanded "
by the act cattail:au preeparnma, Ukp
that insiited on by the department, le ;Atha
good law nor wise policy. = in a fee country Rite
this, the preps ehaubi by. fostered, - Instet.d of
'healed by government; for on the diffusion of
intelligence, of which the press is a principal
medium, depends the perpetuate of our fiber
tjcs. We bust the Postmaster atioral will re
consider his deoision.-44.
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WILSON - -,4;t04,
80.188 Wood Stieet,
o u i t ag. 21r *amain/ trod% aaa artilatt flay an ytalwa.
to oeggle pltidal=,ll at VICI3I elat COMM -
ft vitt. of the tastarit Oita.
atiseieslnnianits 001zigny ollittablEigh
s No. 41 Wain lane!. Um arambovas of 0:
..o. llvaerr Phkilent...--.1. W. Kum, iker• •
'Shia Orr know Drowsed to hums all marelmadiSt
In owe. temalta, ample, - .. •
am guaranty far the' ability and labor= '
laailtattao,le afforded la the character of the
who are all Mtlaana of PitUbsowl, and- fararahlr
known Witte rommunitrfor their madame. latePhtera
Damemat.o. H. Masan Wm. Bushy. Wm. LahMar.
Walter Dryad. Hugh D. Elag. Edward Iteaaldoth
John Ilarworth. & Hartroab. fa M. Eta. spatial •
PittaburgE Life Ima Cany.
i 71 4 m
OFFICE, XO.- 76 FOURTH STEIIET.
M t of Ms 'Md.
Petroleum! - 7 - '
138113.11r01130. Eitulthtlititmeo;P/t,N0iCh1.,.5 1 .. ,
8. M. Strio—Door Le. Your Pedalo= 4 workilit
den W thlo otolaity; theaufter int would Moak youtcrowd
two don= by the "Penosylvtals Won& W. aro wt.
out, sad it it bdea butolrod be almait mrf dui.
Yows, oespooldully, JOllll LONG it CO.
Uttsittua, 4hlmd m.. 0. Much 10.11.
8. hL Hiso—Den. 84; Vet Unit. • lbor vats dm*
loft with us bur doion Roc Oil. width we hoe mold.
Kam tarried Or is do dasenlanedloraly. •
Tam emdlatar arraided wooden lo UM moron. Wa
eon obtain email ceedlest emeloatn.lf 7ondegmtWm.
Fa de by Zorn A Welkn.% Wad dart R. W.
Mau IT Madan*. B. A. Feheatort. it Co. arm
Wad ;ad Frout litme D. D. Cr.l D.
f 3 / 4 1 , .15.h5vrta,..71•120
4141 M Caul Itstin.Demd.bv...flua we,
- - -
sarorftllTH FLOATS ABOVE FICTION'
. 1 . 110 91L OWN 1/ATIIIL—The dot man ain tell •
and inettichts by laying Mat quick si•Dr. an tall Stood
Moan by eating It And 11 one num trier It, and dads It
poet, It will dune/ the /MPhil , / tilth I be shots dti'
.You ain't latrcdoce • coediting Into molar we =less It
pope rosily satateatial eincenl, Ikeernanell tad Went
of valid otdectloan and It In lids fact that bat einahlishel
the zeimtation at .11oilk Command Mkt tenet of kr
saywillar beyond ell null or &Yen tin Whit ninit
the bateau norm it In egeordenee with rational sad pbb
loceptdcal grinciplea—lt Knott tbe various wardiatte
end math= o<the lent. atoms obetractioan clislabwei
=chid and unused mann, strengthens the , sham&
end digestive organs. creates new. yarn and bealth7
Mord, and nandlgna the crakes tontine of the dittetrat
omens a( the body. Tots Is nil lattketwek It/11ml the
lead danger of barn. the twegannion bang on sage as It
Is enlacing. It any be thought by tbe skeptical, that It
purports to vain too many disegam bat yawn *tench&
tlon, It will be timed that • lane =WO of tte dumi
on which annet the bacon Wally onglnata to an WSn
date of the bloat. Da mot diresred. then. by othw Bar,
capgrlltsa tabs .ollered 'won by "'goy WWI of toolaessi
end wake peeplustket" as • natatitate lbe the origh,al
John Indls eer.aßaAlat This Weak; lanawnlthn the
p=_lraresets to be marks to 6/1 others.
Beware nod sat Ste the asiginsl Dr. John
'Der* aosattrats fm•
ktverclauseat as mother palm
ELM= WDOWELL,IIO Mod
3e1041 - o*2 ' Whobelr• ltdaltimista
serCelebrated as the Arabe were ceata ,
flax ago, to the bading Ol e many of their cnbaratlena
mesa of great worth and awn= con.. U. U.O. rarcalra
celebrated Arabian Lbatment la a crocandtbas of balsams
Dom rue Oat. cod arematle gum perobar to Arelabh
• and new by We am of the artlelee onswatoft tbla incab
oredlolna that rem the wild Arab of the deed nerlenned
mach cdrscaloca arm. Id la equany :rood Cr man and
bout; thornless lt Is Wed aa tM grostal blearing of the
mss plea sdratlae nada /in
9 2.2dissu. J. KIIID & Wiwish to in-
Ara you tbst to Wm gal all of roar Wang Sprint row
let with tn. WI win yrs to end tit won mon so won
terlbin to it bat gins rorsnr whiten= has: W.
Mot town alit Br It iinot in tun bon oat of du nil.
ok. It hot tortrothwi all other trnarailaws la 'Marna.
by. tad for this now= In with to kRI) &IRMO,' or hand.
R. ht. 4LPITTEIL6ON.
redebtd. Roo co. Yob. IS, 1114 PL
Ilse above Is me of Stme hundreds of drabs ccnssuol•
oessoug which Use proprietor. of thle media= sre dells ter
odein. When Is hss been Intsceleseede It hes become the
most peputer remedy la essu. •
for sae he' • /Ma '
I rl.9.ll6MeltS Ike O. Waal*
on row, ow taut inst., .1 o'clock P.)L; Has W.
ust, los of Cyr. Itthidess Bleek. ths ISM Ts.
of nteThe tamend tski plus t i. (Intaft.
mends& fn. his h..% rankles.. No. 60 Weeny street,
W.. Third ant laarth stmts. st llo'loch.
To Owners of Goods.
N STORE, uncalled lir, the, fallowing peek
• Mather (I Raw-.
mem Bta•lff* ." "
Oiovt sn , egYMA b 4an loro i DA t taiLkil
worm . hana.188.8.131.52.1=
. • .To Driiggista and Platers: ,
ARIS GREEN •S" BRAND, .Tuitinolit
ISci•Urti Paust mforded Mtli Odd Mad of
Asmticas Institats, 077 pouottrut oat mint unit*
otity of atm& sod ...loc. The insaetsetaret the ohm
Point. Du pulsed Um. dopes !KW mon brilltest - ortiala
of Putt Qum. OA to formsoont, sad that eao Ix I/ nosed
Irltbaat dotrlsoastt to the &NM esofDYh4OA4 I#o pftr
rgAsing . 6" nock '"Wgr ' lOO the ma of taw
alatislwat Mari= (innysh roorthren VIII bo nay
Old rxh.C.4 IL IL g l6lllB .
1712 07 Wool stmt.
VI:OUR-200 bbla. Extra Family, for sale
A s In% lyl9 - B.* 14.11•11.1181301 t.
MACKEREL -100 bbl Lam lio. 3;'
talk. b 1 19 k R.IIIRBLBOII
SOAP -100 boxes No. 1 Eosin, for We by
401 , tl, a W. ILIMBAUGEL
MACKEREL -4O bbla. lisego Na 3;
INSEED 011,--1500 gull. for sale by
Hui 7.IIIDD Oa, 00 Waat rt.
UNICE STONE-7800 lbs. for sale by
!ID -J.KIDD rO.
ED LEAD-4000 lbs. for rale by
Jriy J. KID 100.
aLPHATE QUININE-; S 0 oz. for Bale by
,19 J. KIDD I Oa
CIODLIVER 01L,4 gross genuine Bush
ton, Cat I 0., fat Irak by mon a co.
OLD_Jaaob Townsend Susspazills-24
datata misty , J. JUDD• • OD.
ciD Wad st.
Braddoek's Sidi Property.
ERSON'S desieLteautifal, healthy, hie
reVirra d ttrettretterk litten="rit" .
a rm. teluvol 6v. d mnall b =oets, to t e b the ner tumble
ti=raillit t e r omt =duals. moo Av.
to alt—the Monsumthela riven the Pittsburith
Braniook's Hid Plank Hoed. which Is now emu/ trent
ed: and the PmasylvantetOintati) Reread. on ',Met the
Com will be youCni re= PittsbuYet thee fer
an Dogs rand army fen how; (hennene
Pea Ell man travel the Plonk Hoed; and the Ws wilt at
'lty stop with arid roe pisseuxera
o taying Poe the mamas at the ham, where I shalt
reedy to dem maw the gronds, sad my plasm of
11iNM thereof. !rialtos so
emamisted aS the
Mansion limns agate ham., _
watt 3•1. W. DUCH/NAN.
• • t • " Agent* or
ellssakei Inns Warta. Keep coat allym hatut •ed
.1. .1, my kw pikes on4l or rape xi or il.alth
Blurt Inca. Nall.Splk.. te.' /7 - 19 •
CffEESE-54 boxes, 'on consignment now
landhnt. solo b p. ISMAIIVICILZY * CO,
1119 - • Wain. and front xta.
ISO. 1 MACKEREL quarter bbls. for
ska.kbt ISAIAH DICXXY •
719 WO. and trent am
RI.6Z-••-•By the tierce or bbl. for sale by •
nl9 lf•ler sad front sts.
UTME6B-1 bbl. for ran low to close
andomeat. MUM DIOILEI* 00,
"UP Mater and Pram N.
IN1)1430-2 canon!' Cariceas;
4 keg. Idasdl6—vlll b meld ter to dm
mairom ent. 'ULU! D/CSEY CO,
• .109 Witt. ad Prynt 0.14
• • • To the Deaf I ._ •
111TAFPTESi noises id the heaa;'and all
i Jr dlsagros „ ble v.l ll=frout Cho i speedily are ,
MILALsr, Pt:MALl:mit r i ttient.N. Zs - end Esc
11 ' 744.0,3:d.r.V.V1V1tt%.
m o o. of
hIS Ws ea. Waal audit,.
nof sumer sr sios usny.., ~.in . .
lobed hiss to stmslit• OM SWAM ilb on h«. will Os. ,
pd smith emu sircumstames, and It M advisable
bar those who wish to consult him, to mYu au early call.
Dr. U. cosy be cousaltod. oath further notice. to Ina
Ow, mood Mkt dwe ll './ basmad tha &heel Mu"
Yhistoes years elm sod almost umileldoi attention to
this batch of special make bas enabled him to seduce
his treatmatit to such • degree of moms as to Dud the.
most confirmed acid obstiusto awn 11MA Or a And, nt
'''llthorktegr=abindlted sit::W l
par ri lnt . ai t e t la wbat au hli pro
erftigurjntrganiter: aut 4" ~..
Um, and have boeartoret a l Womb 4)4.
character. Nth ili 1 4 Pean sod o• • ••dr•
. DMs.. .
Ms prolassioual &Mies irtrduly!=slod hT
thole who Mace themselves usderlds am
.loos U. Wsurraisl, N.D. '- '
. Professor of 4natrazir.etr.'
"From my totem:sine with Dr. nsrast, s O.C. fouud
his deportment mend sad mmtleassul t.. i lro um.,
0 00 is sal7a4 to a . IL i tY rta ram of
th. anaemia p r Dr. arlietltle Pp onroaram4 .
iissit Tbsi til IS caf 07 WI 9r Irlovor.9.
ukase. sad ts effsots eluutsj taasso ,
Coansallor at Laik=2. 4 -
, oire Lave known arrerai Nan of
al by kiss with the mat hFr to. .U. is a min
olis t ratisalin. and an nor :manner L.rirseh
g "Uh rognen 'a . —figan " , 1
.risnoss sillisted ulUs Misses of the *sr Me mos.
movie to 1*( S shit to Dr. Herten Maid, at No. an
limb Masa. soon Thinl. If. I.
• wail eineand near
slonal= 4 haelent Oda oanieular attention to a t .
cues hilatlig, ass.
,1 0 *
al t Dem Ids skill
bygetimme tette/ mum of etrobstl slith is
uon than awe whirl, sir yossom.mt by eryticiael m sr.
.1 mots sumuntif4 shore lialhthies sot exist,
DFEji 114.1N u a late cti
.tt!' c VM ar.10. 14
Its• IXTXVIed =O ,
priest Wl= cid= argumen rast NUM U.
ipkwlie4 Pisa sma, /WM aid.
"Olaf/ & 01 ;
33 -MMITFACITITREM keep eon
/ on haat (wady dosetiptand of WIZEN and
.Wrid,nagwams„aa_ 14714 DOW °LAM Wa
homy 141 Woad stenn.rithowlir.
. . . .
The undonr, having ...,..ay esemisted teltb him
*IA eon: JOHN : IIoCULLT. Ell =aro th• MM....
al old awed. under t o atyie at Mil blo
.I ‘rall W.. Thankful M Put fm . .._m_% h. h o Pml . X .
and Arid attention to the ri.q._of hu
ohm; to melee 'aunt of the outman so e/any he.
inovroa honexdbm6 . , . . WIL, so
WILLbe received by the Pennsylvania
Iteltread Coraparg, at the care or It. a. Pennsylvania
Reroatlng tfl Wednesday, the MI last. at
o'ooo.. P. rrsr elate end paeleg Mar 4 etrret.
stachersie etreet. In the rink Ward to Corson street.
The Gelding EU be let bi the antis Tsai sad the Par•
otreetoell be tiled . the
I=eijidsd. tbs C The stmstabeeV o
mtmit' LtES!ehte rerr sa•
The earth to teastoreitai rave diverted h 7 the Balgultr
tev larder whos superfatenderaa the work •111. be draw
• . Immo swittooK.
iorte Asststard Itastneer Pears.. Whoa.
l IO D A-3069 Ibt. Engli 3 e . h . ,
k elt by
The - andermigned members of the Into firm
f WY. WOOLLY &f WM. WOOLLY CO.. •hen this day attired into Or
yor fbmpom ac of narArof%nifAlim of
Irom thete• erperterme fn the bestows. they dotter
themeelem that thrf ono nsmteh mtkles their hoe orat
ms he the country; end bore Dl'.32Sa
Minium to hosiers. to merit • shad. of the liberal satror
are extended to the old dr=
• division of the OWL
r ti ez. =r=.4l,to %orders &We& ma
Wareham, Po. O 3 Water stmetAelow Temp
• itemat S.WI• PJilbl e tolyi, WO. 'TWO 071111.
-.Jar J. Reichhelm
kNFOR3IB his hinds and the public in gen
eral. that be butonoved his dam to Pena lbw.; Ito.
nut to at . Clair Hotel.
S.—Polon iodine to him for a'inset of tus, an
Mutated to metal. than among. /I Mtn
,Amenican Hardware. • •
CLAPP & DOUGLASS. Nand
batman' Aslats; Mi. 6 Platestratt, taxa, dor. tram
.4a„"nri7.ll:`..l`° 4t =naci°4l.ll.g:
mired dr% from Oa plan arna, sad fir aa
AGAZINES FOR AUGUST, at Holmes'
Il lee th.a r T t . se m z ui. li Vor t rielot7sa°°°•"Ht, h LM P°4 ce ` .4
Mrenstiottallifstaihitt - : . JTIS -
/IMO, -CO-PARTNERSIIIP heretofore
is this day dissolved by limitation and mo tel amount
Idtbsor of thd Una:Mond is authorised to settle the so,
wants of the Old flms. WIC bIeCtILLY,
• Plitdmitat, • 411toteldittiniAlt.
QPIRITS TURPENTINE-10 bbls. just
t 7 malred ha goal order. and far rest tho t arng Btare
. corner of Wand and Sixth amts.
WANTED I—A young l ian, I.43quainte
Irth the Dletc traduces. to go to Mauls. far • m •
jTIT ktrisesS ''lnalada. se lids Wm.
WANTED!—A - BOY of from 12 to 15
otro..lto VIII allots bitemat tomato
L'..ads7 :TS: 4". Vllbri . e2retA i entr i""4"
I.l.amalLipZignsts. (ijsC f tralta r : -°'
1111 . L
_ • Notice.; '
ILAVING, sold our Csultl Stock, and our.
Intend 1p deambasta 141etklgalk Nn. 1 and Bann'.
t • of Mute I Puts Isdlsoctml. Mawr of th• rtb
mibee• 1., st Rortmorr. Ps., sv..stacsi.sa to ..tu. the Ow
,•I oast of the nrcet. , • • lIAIIILTOII CLARK&
. • It-O. PLUS.
Iteebe4ter, P*, July 14t14 1 / 4 1. -
: R. 0. PARKS .1' CO.,
. • •
WOWARDING AND COMMISSION MEICCRIANIS.
. . .
• 74 1tt i tratia d 11Moo U -.
Amon Packet Lim lo ilovalsodt_ t
° Stoansbcoto Ileaverrit I .A lff . Nzt o
Joao &Gamest, mia.
RishOoOtr. Jal:l6o.littl.Attest. littab Pa.
• li. - CIARKE ic • CO.„--
POIEWAIWING : A111Y0 1 )3 1111 oc • .1:
PERMANENT SIT Wa UATION, or periodi:
[al work la his art. kr no
by owe who has been worldu *knob in Ormsby have
se Ilan who s, aim Cook bWdle • , than
If. eddl emulated etth the erdhiro of &men, (Oran
M.) th at of ..ratok+4 Woo Mod of
rbrobborieg, (doceratror), sad hotter, Elmnlfthat ha 'WI
do aunt to bin oecopettos. Ile afro drum him for new
rattly whom or sitorstlood Bold °tee
i t l a o 7 l •h m t e , o
o s F o t hAhob sWootPeonsylrsatimbe
11017LDEll S BRACES n c li rthe most ap'
mond irtils.enspit la dads= sal awns fittal,
• a sass to soil al Ida may molls' times awl aca
tad Ito wh. stbahasl• sal
jyl7 • • .11.11.111L1AR15. VI Wad 4.
IRIT • NU.. TEA SETTS. CASTORS.
Onatiothloa, OmSolalsraa, Tea Trapi is mitts. Phtodi
Vat, Cato Sunnis, Man quality locay Salaam US.
BUM' Boma& Loam. So au Sous. soattobotot ,
.41 to cad.. aad,a good mocolooott Vrowavono bea
IDOt at ttoo
; Jur. mdth:ir:
,For % F di,
eMMt.K.EFLY, with threli iears lease of the
.ca Wool ADrobror. ilso Bakery boa
Warts uremor tor doint • lam no
Om roc ond morrow! us the two MMM.. . 1601
lor. cc Mos &soh to 'BAIRD IRVIN,
HIT • , • JAMBS DAL ML.
QTRAYED OR 'STOLEN from the Ware.
.At his rest of his
a rs osribsZkrh
=sql rstmoolv i rdd dour rse!rs r 5.1114
. 1114 illjalaWNiOMOTWisreerAstitst •
J. W.•Bellbertane .
No:15 ifaideri LiTe, aim reek,
/TER and Jobber' in FRENOI:I and
noun War Goons, German Tort. °Wit's.*
Instss t =rili d ls.broalr Bor., A soordeons,lo3-
A iir=irost for bnisrbossals Tor; flrrrrorbi
OR SALE-Fiesb and choice loniarille
Li ss. by tbs tenet or reta il ; boa m•drj umap .red
r aIW of Wes, by tbs 4nrons or sing* giobett's W.
test Coasts:OK Deadens ail oar Pitteleares rshily,. sad
mot of our Weakly, odd .boat 100 Ista Hsehanas
WrlZlgros stsjtostom inkaArgal
1.1."= P rtra HA
' • nasal and Ceesactimeier. Machu's,
IT>lt Libedy Mod.
New York India Rubber Warekw"
No. 27 Maid= Lou; and No. 69 . RatICAS and.
• rtm ne.i a:mm.o4th A.
MILE 131:111SCRIBER, Proprietorof this es-
JI. tabliehment, would to We cal annewsers, .M
nwrolumts gawnsity, that he le delly. remirtog from hie !
4113t0T f as ountrullg z ge end excellent Awe of hale
ltuther Goode menu red expressly fcc the Pell bode,
and :bleb. from ha lutrodored wend new est
:rtit 0 1 °
. Speelel atteultoo twolleure to be pale the manulho•
tore or figund ..04 la Cipell widths
3-4 13-e tooludre. The grills moue 17 stleeted
from the b a*. breads.sod nand tetth the sowehieh
holehea Waal to patent leather. Me telliniftetOOM
the grOtrign Moth, • highly Important improvemeut M.
sadly diensesrtd, to
which the eicah ts made➢
to bear an
asset resemblenee to erunuelei leather. The plelolluld,
. told se aural: Orders shoal spegiff the ...ids.
• onitaIOES—AIMI: dock of ell Ma different Arles
and smiettee. form the Impm:4, Care Rubber to the re
.MlSGices—ecebsecitur Mee:,_ifomeal end
etert b glirrisud rand, Wane:
Aro . 4 wori tmt. ofths fhb:Ting gRa
Vtal= " rile ".. taTteet4lo Itespi l4X tel=tista
lormOcerom,hipe,Urean Pumpe,. PaeldochllM:
or arena. Paw Holders, All Dale Doill k trbforsh
Springs, taw Onwirmre Meat.
Marta will be Ibi.4
vernier of tdestrped Hauls. b as Mao end teapot
them :tate sod a:C
Plit y rAi r er Cement (or Hatters` use •
Freight received for all the Way Stadium
on the Peaaryhrazda Carpal liaaroad.
840-127:4 Adm J. Walton..
minus, Jame North.
JmesUlikast. . -
_ la"aa li Jit h= oacit 1. 4 : 11 0 13yea lo•h*"..
matds: ' Xtdergnell • Audit.
• , Itnststilitg.
• thumaisoo, j ar= Ca.
a . liovua_a cots..
' jgli lith.lB6l:
• • . = T i e of Pen .
n arid wytte street..
114USQUITO , NETS,Itte, White, ac., to
" th"" ISC6IFIrr 114131ZIIIMD.
JFRENCH_ :LAWNS—MUIPIIT & BOWIE.
mu) WU ban as butt au stiolmonsit
NEAT PLAID GINGRAME.of. To th %
tar smairy. lately toodnd sod sslllottoor
of lIIMPEW a 1311110M/REPIL
IKON-15010 tons Mill Creek Pig Iron
PO tofu Rem Creak . do do
dor ado bi utowNSON LlTTLlL ibirty CO.
WINDOW GLASS 2, 1 0 Imes anao
111 AO 0 N -2D, 000 bbla. Bacon , : ,
- 1) 0 , _ bbls. Ma w N. uft,142.:
A ri ego aseorte store
fi o rd. nointisaN, LITTLE &CO.
airril . OF P.l*.q ll °VI 001P111. Jab 14,1151.
'Mgr TRUSTEES otthe Pitteibuzgl l
( Uu.W s igi
HUAl:ugh ••••••••Mirt destand, Lb.. 01
- claw OnSeismi. JAMES IL CHRISTY.
gurg, BAUM—We Imo on hand §O,OOO
• ilsnll Orin. Ors Dena warranted equal to ate
naltad fl Wm. Ifhlavara seli T tr a to w.
g 4 4%71=0,4. u : .zziu4z4.
1 1 1A940, va -
ALs..en tbe mo
J. 21 r. Taos' =loan ix.
lyttEFß"'""9oo busk. dried Pera*
jo it,T= l * - = Am Zuritate
,Y I II I ..
WANTED --Land warrants wanted, for
wakath.hiaba.l rmw bp,r"
ow. 2.• tn.
.1116 /adan sad Ilatddng Haan. /dank
Maio for the Bloomers.
ILLEBER,IOI Third street, sign of the
rdiolWoirrit l ircrrrair - POLE
toaatital of the Mama Coena.r . :Art
" fir amen rag Bloomeec tom
Ircater's braotlfat eh ...elle wee a wt.' .
Auo.....ndy 80. T.E...m.0w , Bat& len
CREAM CHSEESE-51 boxesreoeiiiitm
Bkimill's Lim, for sal• by .111128
i 771 68 Watch gad 71 limt ti
VIBE BRICK-25,000 for Bale
jil6 JAXICS DA14111L1...
QUGAR—Lovering's Crushed and Myer
had, Now Orlon; and Cluified obr ode ET I
• Jrl6 J. D. wmaims a co. .
TEA , —Printe to Extra Fine Green;
CbuDas _Dlnrnos Oolong Blz.k.
F.* gal 1 .7 .17 Th J. D.axid wualutsa co
1 0 bo!es _
'VINEGAR-15 bble. Oder, forsale by
T Ji D:WILLIAMB
FSH—Maokerel, Salmon, Shad, and Her
rieg,lor mho by I. D. WILLIAM t CD.
Noted for Three Prime Articles!
EAR IN MIND 1--Minutis' TEA Mew:,
In the - Dtmnonfl,la noted for AMU .
Pti:=I . O 4 4WINA and •
Tee beat /BENCH IMANI/Itiln nttabargh.
Ebould you mind tea latter fa? meilettal purimaee, lon
'may fully depend non lta Ims/CY. /Yl4l.
ISS ANN MURPHY, late of Dublin.
gAro i rhitVirtin.Vseil s s, roesT .fi e
_ • •
41 - 021 . N H. li
t iE . LLOR, I"T°. 81 Wood *treat :,
• AFarman If gray !boded pram ' .
Walla gentlinental. a/ Plkr , • .
14Ba. [StolralTi " l Vwlcw PIIIP MW
ag. or aebottlall Pollur.
I . OI thee altb sladnam • : ' i
I'd loan the. thin hand at mbar. ' -
Ms boom • bora ,ear the heart Ir. • ' :
ica . thtt . %:= of •
Boldlarros Grans ngels NowadlK A „
limos of tha Ito_ bin; Bandon _ . ,
Illaookka and , Wattr. Nally AM _ , ' •
garb, 807 . / Oravin Janay Poll*_'
rata la bat a mgr. , Willow Wad Quick Mr._
OW roe pakt
Polka; Gr name% Wool/I um with ear..
Good Looand Huambo Poll:K.
W pl here ars now tla• hapag Ilaro P borgh Polka;
Prlt Polka; Cal_ yl olkc
"dateloalola Polka; . Hertsel Polka. : -.; , •
•' _ _
CIIICS6BI3IOII PIANOS—A vary largo gook od nand
and 11.17111115. .104
FIBH-10 bbls. White liah;
10 bt Dbl. •
bbl.. Lake Irout,•
20 bL btar..• " f or
rli .B. ANFIELD.
PREMIUM CHEESE-2 Extra Large Pre;
tot= °cob. Cbeen.leterrztatriko.
USLIME OLIVE OIL, in Flasks, din beat
1..7 flask Oil laipentiod.iiirt
AL. ammo a _on.
1712 nnaa. mad ra. riealats.
VESSEL MACCARONI—A very superior
r seek Jost reed set saws. sr
ww. A. =mkt
156 Maly d.
DOWDER— . .
- 3003 kip Itaerd'i =Beim l ui ;
102 T ki reL it i liVol%llllo. ° I'7
Ni414,..b7 the am (012•A•dosjob=V, 00.
tiOVERING'S BUGAR-50 bbla. Crush
awl Planet:of. le wie br
711 A. 0171.11:RTSON • CO.
VI ANDRE AND. HA • FORKS—A good
ill.r.eXLNc.ll;74 .I•=' Mr 'll
if 12 lost Ibr IlarpMt
ACKED TEAt3 t—Jenkins & Co.'s (of
Philadelphia) serporkw waded Gewomsadllatt
we warranted to losistusscuss.: W. •
771 1 Azad Je lM = l / Co.
Pittsburgh, Cinthansti andLouisvills Tele.
43 FEW of FEW Stock wanted at
Ilarlasso OM. at A.
Comm Stoats. ;
WE HAVE ciders for the Stock of viri
oar Ommaatti of Z.I. taped or 7 Thom
DI"'" "m".. rIFILIZEIRE a co.
VIMESE-30 bates W. IL; for sale by_
Xi Jill S. -
kfOITS-300 bbla. extra Yam., for sale by
&tlr7l - W. u•CaIWII.
10,E - AOKES-10 cab prime Halm, for
• We by Jill e. .1 W. ILLIULIMIOIL
NEW MACKEREL-50 bbls No. 5, lame
asekornl but railed ABA tor alotE
.Wll 6 t W. 11.11Blc011.
W OLASS-1000 bone city and
hTDnM 4trsi N n i W. HAIULIAMIL
§ODA ASH-650 casim,of our own mt.
haus, Incluttmd_of u Nab Ulu Ingulut.
lb! o. ta. urnawriAlla ra
101 flea. irt.. mu Maw.
SAL SODA - 200 casks for sale by
- szlAE'rr.lllß OD.
BLEAORING POWDERS-200 slush for
ale br aril 11100111 T, MIT 00.
411 Abler-500 prime Caatossed. for sale by
it bil 8.4 W. ILIBRILIIOII.
woou Vool,!—Cash paid for trio direr.
Tre l aTha" .c°l 17
8. t R. 11111131Z811.
SODA - ASH-15 casks for sale by
irn W. lIA=AO3II.
COFFEri-125 sacks Oreen Rio, for sale by
3711 A. CULBERTHONA CO.
'pi:Mecca—no boxes idanufactieed, W.
1 LI. °..0 . aced • R0bi4•45404151 cbolot
brands. *a We or •- CULISEanoN • CO.
101 ' 145 Liberty
OLASSF.S-50 bble. N. 0 for Bale by
/Vl. JTU , a. CULEIRMICIS sox
POTASH -20 casks pure, for sale by
bit• J. a. DILWORTO L CO.
VOR the Destruction of all kinds of, Insect&
—ittotnra. LYON, temeatet ar.l3.merer of tb.
ralur Pairdrr lb.
...I. , V=Opelettatber=
Pr... =mei :V bats sad Mier 51'" ,_ -
Bold LoluW and Mall by IL. IL BUMS,
67 Mead st
ORN--500 bu. Shelled, for sale by
Jtlt JAL DILIWORSIt 00.
Communian Service. , •
TANKARDS, CUPSi PLATES, BAPTIS
AIAL eowra te, for W. w. , srnion. •
into et llortot 4. comer of too rt!e•
bin! P 8, CHANDELIERS, - GAS FIX
TUB= at., of Clorsolloo I Co.'. unrlvoll
.41:1111fruriblt7=71174 b ultarej.
t.dimt of camphor. out V. Ifsbu.
Jfio V. w.
'AM6-4 cake superior, for sale on con
T. WOODS &:
W 80. N.
LLRD--1500 lbs. No. 1, for bale by
Irlo T. WOOD 3 *SON. (a Warr et.
ASII- - -23 caulks Lubwith bind;
for bau Dr ,1 3 % E VI P. ir7ups.
do keg. We NoL, for rale by
SirrlT-11 WAt WaBo3r.
V iva:l*Y.] rirmy,ti ,mig4
110WDER-510 kegs Da Fonts Blasting;
F LAXSEED 01L—S wake warran!ed pors,
u. IL ZULUS. 57:Wadl gL
IIINIATA BLOOMS-20 to for sale to
NI clam amArnakcat. Witll • JORIa .
0. MOLASSES-300 bble. ask. far gale
.1.11 • by .10D W. a 1. mum%
SYKIIP—,2I bbls. for tickle
IJ. /00 W. ir.sosr.
bhde4:7lll.l4l i z ot. •
CHEES-i4 4. 24ges rreivizatgLrell's
ha ea Water, ad IS Mat its: .
ACKERNL-30 bblo. New No. 3, for Bale
T ANNE R S' OIL-50 bbs. for salel4l
HSIEBER has Lust received,— .
. rgzaanslt. a. sar i...,
&FAA — albums. Irma; stem aaasse. PR
my Ethta. 1 -
• my rav o, iii" 4bri , WM.. ca
The, Oa &out Pedal. '
N=4. !bur Swim Llabs., veil Mutt, by
Wft tb3;l by jobe Lam yoell dpett. by. a, C.
. Tun Fur. ... ba. 4. Tolstal.
try B. 0. Tod's,
- r n' 1 a Va l" 5"
11Et 7 . . ' "
g • :
Ch 41%rte. •Pr g norsoi r"""
Catr.diu w b
Wn,:d }lymph, .
. 4 . l bm bt Drib. bMic• abilll44.4lffis lbw; la",
A LARGE find oo Sonel.Horse,
AFRERF.L-10 0 tp. NreNt 3 1.41!:ga;
nits Oa lsr Wit...1340=44,04 it
liCsILV-5p44111.00 bbls. need Nos.; foi
Pharr rt. DAGAti 14,4
/r 3 "'
MILLAM it fie"
.0 ~._........ .r.~~ ti ~+ ~ _-
Q OAP-300 boxes R 014114 all% km1111(111, for
47 oak try . wx. *AMISS! a CM.
ice 13 %IA 10 Wad .
4 on cOnsljganent, for
sea by DICE= CO..
3 West' lront st.
VOTTON—W. bales in store wadies sale by
DICE= SOO:. „.
fIOTTON BATTING-$° We 5,111141,7,....
1 con.olsatoant, Nola loro to claw. =
ITO . IHaIAH DICIEST &CO. •
,Pitts Life lasn:racce
Second Inetolimont of Three-.DOilars
L ig i each ohm of the capital abet of sea Coottaaan
to pa able at their OM*, No. Tb Pouthetzeert. once WPM
A. COLTON. igetiksti.
Notice to Contractors. :" s
Hinninghon and BrosimiTin iraradonisid Apt,
pan and Plank Bond Company. _
NOTICE is h n = b given that Sealed Pro ,
sair==tho I.lllldirWitt %r ig. tert.
(14:nu salsa of old tad. ( soctlatmot t kullo
t i V t ori:=Vir d oa c de&zx
JO7N MEM, doei.
2 blts.l:la I Litt.
. . . „
-7 411 W arttleper summit.
Dicsaril CO, -
•ad ire gals b 7
CREISE-150 boxes for sale b '-
WI7B6TH DitIMIT • Ca.
'P WAT ER
r ALIT,I Oba dS L d D rIT I"
SYRUP 310LABSE8-27 bble. S. IL Syrup
Wham. inpwrkte article. for sale _ _
Jo JOHN wart IX._
4ASTBORY: a Tale; by 'Anna'.Harriet
Omni =thalami of 'Mends and Sartaime
.Bo Bea to we Iterear or Many aWa e
a Camay In ins gen by .Z. Lyttan.
11=nirastArl ge a .r u aX l3
Th. Daughter of Night a aura at the prawn don by
I rt 0T T 0 . 2 41 =r i g g I .
Black Tel Erma LiverpooL ,
41 (2.1 5T REOKIVED, 'at NOBJIIS' TesAdeii.
attics lot oft troary.l 0030011
- 1/bith IM= trial will bband tO • littlo ittettl
01 say la Pt • • h. The yoblio us Invited tc p a t Zg ... into
Tow—lto • • I • owl Itootott • • • Ist
SP EC TAM LE 81—We hate aCcuoglete
!clock of Gold. Elva and Stealt"a test
quallt7 of mom and cooew Gloore.Vl v Abee to
glary vitiate ot seeotspos to the but IN CC
optkal swam [1•211 • - •
STOOKS WANTED-- --
100 duns Bank a PHl:awl:ln
100 " 14.62011.115a1p _
100 "lusup. 100. - 012. of
io Mils. Omar, •
C"litn ' IS""idelk —. Wita,
• 166 W•ter Wort: '
WARREN'S MAGAZINE, for Jnl
been mated at 1101ALLW Menu •
MOVIINLNG ALP-ACC/LS—Light • body
Via'clio . "ll= l4 s:Argi: L0105t0...1 , a ot A r h or
Win of Mourning 80:4.—• toooronsost to be Sonnet
at the Moro of . KUILP/IT BITSCHVIILD,
• tAir •:4 `1:: I r: Impwr
& Itiscsrmo &ate reedved s Am plates Bawl and
I k IWled Irene& Clal or • scrod quail. Ake—
Black Dna em. fu 8619113112 . irS
UNDERSIGNED have enema into
Comartnnalthr nadr the dna or BIXBY a LAW
tom= on P.AI2 AND f i t r fLW
. lull usactount of Papars,./ka., tn
Millar Pun= Wont and lAA Audi= dal
Bath Pods and lid* Pam; Warr and Lsid.o3l l4 rat
/olio Postailet .. Cops: Prlahns Paws. all dos.
Hardman frank 10 by . za to so swish
tared and httalastamaliadusra.
and WhitalShomPanamanian= sadestosldass.
Stardlla Naos. all and
Il Pawn lanethadr i7l imam-
Bras/04 Wm Mai= sod 1116.4../ Naas,
mead and Calmed }l. far Oonfeenonses.
Bad. Manilla an 4 StewnaEr Ppm a
wean. a:weer. Bn, 0.0 Id= MVO.
White and Bel Plagymz Latch rats ad Cild
Alscalate SW.. Poet* it Coo Plinlf= Clan, Is
p.eUand dm% retold sad andoor t = malts or
fir. Alm left atlt,Zivard and
2111. 1LP LWM• arla il aßgor
a. ave Man In =UM. for Oat
MACKEREL -50 bb s
b taiMS. wkr;egt.
(',RACKED COCOA—Fresh—just Teceivißd
'IL) and lb, sale DT IOL A.MALOKO
CHOCOLATE, 10101dA &.*COCOA:
YOT e r W31..1.11d=r813 I.
LAKE FISH-5 tali. Lake Trout, (rtaw;)
VAreedved br as 7i
spil +.!, • •
TritSPIRIT POLKA.: compo sed by a
ur. sad dedicated to Emboli. Cacated. of Abbe
•'"iiedi Lict,byby...4 by
Drier iom. alto r
v ac: . L ato
lano catottlet plea Masio n t • I= 4 erotoe.
- Safi aids oflio thatiloa Irak
P. 13.—• aplinaelld Lot of nor PLANO 3 no, 08•8188.
Olao very coed otecod-boxid 8 earn Planed= cals.. •
§TBAW WRAPPING "PAPER'-Crown; sad Ikatil. Crank dui, Ai* ragas
DT MAAS= P. 4 •
FRENCH RAPER—For salelz usi
lIERP -41 We, hruisclui, for! nktb
COTTON -48 bales! . or sale
BAD-1359 pigs Galen*. for gale bi •
POO itatiIr.IILLIVIISIn 00
0 . prime Pettehein-
WO " MOM/CM
REFINED SUGARS--124 Ws. Crushed,
Palmist!. and Clarltad Basam_bast Haar Tark
broods err sal• Or WM. BodiOd. sY *
i Llivw =ximtmle!T. , sliv
rin- 3 - 0 110 bbla. N. C. or
s aleA a
BUTTER -13 kegs 441 ; for saleabgi
C REE J.3O SE—MO bowl W.R. salae4l?rly
I A: Fa. •P.4:11 i.es. : "
named New 'Yak LeMbar i bibr al•bj um '
ASTOR OIL--10 bbl. extrioinality,'
sa. by WU. BiCIALIT
jao • ' I 18 and 20 WOCd
lUWUANTS' BANK STOCK WANT-
' lle &mate.
VXCHANGE BANK STOCK WANTED . ,
hr _ - BAIRD I 11/3124 '
0.7) • • /14 &cud --
DIG IRON-60 Was onp3rior, for rale by
J•3O ' - Han a MEL
—230 bbh. for oale i lz o a
bbla. for sale bi- a
W A.61: 1 1:4 :4 Di PM Will reMIEJOI: I 4 up!
ICR-50 tierces (to arrive) for sale by
}co • BAIRD
INDIGO & NUTMEGS - On pixasippoutt,
lIAD-25 bbbs : for sale by _ • -' •
B. BAIRD t IRVIN.
Masud° Tiles for Rae& - -
TILES are more dorable thonMer
61%ml the mist:rot/ colonim4llgurr:*.
en cod CE ator and cum pablle
142 n .• 279 Eked ereatalSW.SOßX. '
VOPLEY'S POT OLAY-1U tow foisale
i. • - .7. BOILOONDLAINg & CO.
INSRED OIL-14 bbla. for axle by
pox • . - J. 601100NIMIXIM CO.
A I,QM-50 bbls. foltaile c ; 0 11
if/LOB-100 . bbls. far sale low by
U yds SCROOMUM • CO.
SAND' PAPER-60 man add, for sae
Jai ISCROONNAJLIM it CO.
fia PONGE—Extre, tine Turkey, @sale by
!ap as . P_ca(3"/".K..24,14-ist:
LALN TS GROUND, IN OIL. jai lb. cans.
aunt om Raw omm. cammum.. huSecirmi,
*4 lu*. ' Tom
LCOUOL-76 and 92 de: lateen , . .
.o.by I • J•' "
Will wl TE GLUE-3
CR OCCANAK Wild; for sale by
g, 'S Nerve and Bone Lida:um
s.B , olloomuus a co.
TRAW WRAPPING PAPEII-50, reams,
ortss besMAY... kr '
sea +.mnOOnYLIIISR it 02.
SAVE just received heti New Yuri, ear
. zuprrnow 01/1311:63 sad
• - rsar. sons"
. A :4* . ' 'LP . 1 ••
- • , • JOHN WAIT it
tkas. net Vi2l:l 2146 , Neg*'
10 " No. 2 " •
Zltt u tolds. 1 ,- N 0.2 HeltHadne
• 0.1 CUN
142, . 7 "SMP/1130 .11.
AMERICAN STATE PAPER S State
leti and ?alio Demands af the thilial Stab*
Amariaat a( clectiralfria=.=
en "statism •oola
svfaZatuable warts Itre '
iart Lc. erroarroax slum
Young Ladies' Beizikutry--gegitaT
N. W. METCALF, Prin.
M I 6= ea Noedai.Bartor mir M o t
Mtn of laltioa w ma* u berstolbre. Yoe • • •
IR EV. W. d .PETTIG: PO ) in 621418
ma admit two cr
=ars . ssa "d edrels of MAI=
atftg simesu se SM.
Am s ... am besedm la haw. sad • sada
asd maniglat malmalsod arm that . =
....1.... , t_.. .. =MI. Mt Stodbog and not noon thon _
tt to tbwitstg . t . il im mnr.
the wants Of t 'm a n moats mod gnanilnos ornd
said tads eldldna sr muds to a mut. =Magi ,BOA
Mnas may Seaman. ss assUmass. /MI.
NEW TORE - AND ERIE ItAILROAD:•
18514ffingEMMEg11851. 1 ,
ROUTE TO NEW YORK CITY via l
X i lTndcht 424 tbs -Erb Ballzost cessisettes srtth
est elms sawyers on 14. ks i n
Solonalms sad Ctsclonstl, .acsod sod nttstratsb,
markt and Bals o d w rsuos
'41.1M.=1 then. and -
NS D,UNICIRIS A8T0L141222:,
'1 • Ist Nototog . (ft mpno Thin al 0 o'clock
SO- Issalair /Um= 21:
2bos halo Map si Maths: sets. pssoMisnose
=lllosts, sad Ural Ms Ewes Welk welsh=
t monists st 9 ces2xll..cosking ths slats
4 %. .4.1(. 34P 7 - P lea' "d gigat T es i cte r rtrelt=
Brac t t ' sris . i t ora Bscoad CLus
be ens 21 In kw days- k.
-I t lds u Or e r i sl i = =V i z tret ..0... . Iles Wok sad
hakk _Partlealsr staattlos stll to sold to Stock. The Pap
Wag 4 dst vr i k=l,l:is e ms cresst adcs=rso
dla•Anroscal *Wa Ell b• st asmetatka
oosstolsdos to s
V=Mtcl2lll2.o distributed, [MAT 1211
las la mud to thasockas ot 12%1, as woo Yra
• I* .i. Miktinam. LOU?. galdrk- Ml"r, '
CONSEQUENCE of the dew/i.e. of John
Varies. th• put:wadi, bmtofon Wm=
I Condo is busby dhoolvld. Il th la . Oa. fo
fatty . sottortool to oath Ur bmfor of au late Ilria—
ja moons bairlas dolma let:I pingo lomat lbws Or
lescatoors to McAdoo
The business of the Agency of the Pena
elnats Central Banned Coastomay Agency
Metals! be tow
amdad. ander Um, must and a7i*
amaze of Pimaincl Run! tiomot•
ISsmawars to Weradon Condsl
" Cowl 4, Pena &rest
Pain& Rail Road Co.:•,Cattal Bail Road -- 1
subscribers having been, aunointed
rimi =6 ... is Ws'Pollanlasala or fral len
;Mlle Was we arc now ompand to is
aim am =Mat Vialthaadbt• or radon, rotabbassat
Goode "Weds routs wha b. ueW Wont In
and all mulgad to wall b torl tno/ of
Wan artimm fie anima.
Was owns:war seams innummara am eMiatias...
llszlitc n sloir: iu saj m loolg=Meatis
r itotn. a tm ,.
Etazdwals. Wroomfro,Pahrta. ,
Loathrt. nr, Tas
Bauer, lard aboothy and Mbar
Wool ao. No Wo.
ftw. ormy : hard OA TeIMW
ow.Orsha aaa Isom
/Mal. - Liable (mash) Tahnlah, WAN Clamma Chlh ,
soma; Soma. M.
r • maws Aron sod Warm Meats
.28 HOOBB TO
priTaaummi AND CLEVELAND
&ckd and..Raarcorlrine to Ctoodotor , '
GEES leave every morning at 9
steamboat to Nearer. theme laY woOnwe
tlls r =thonooloyYlttabowohand Pm*
' 'Foando>m boom Ya Detiolt,la tatiFri,
'DOAN atm *Notch to
CINCINNATI, - - • .
ii;tnatiMilii and Zan* by Cleveland awl Chadoreall
'472=WN NW Dam% Olkt i ond alilarsakio, Lava
every weaning at 'o'clock. by Lb*
-em= of Walesa °anrl road o. tbeE
theme ti 7N, o'r.be A. M., bliallotoot to Now -
wad arriving same manias at MlorAogoteamboat.
X. " Val; b j2rot h li c lTr. inowardo%detar,
tb""S Sm"t rAt h riVVArli, ITonnoWne.
_Nor fleNata or InEnznalon aunty to
Jo A. O
(17Y Man) coma of tugd and ar.6.12.0. •
or . WAL NOO %Amt. -
Ceti =doe BA .fta.Nn Ibid. Wood
if 351., 'SPRING AIgtANGE*3II:Ni:
lortpaixlemis to Ilalmie
Fcirt , j4laarlours to Baltimore.
- -281 miles Balirowl--103 miles Ca
. TO ..PHILADELPHIA.. BALTDIORK AND
Bei7:fres fins Me ri
mmxstad m Mcgignyout part,. rage!
a Packet lints.
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Itemat.ar, Lri . or Johnetnsen, thence
NEW PENNSYLVANLS • EMMA%
Two Baedred hatr-s.. sollardinet m. •
Raab larvama WaCe.,
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tducvt. tlo ltallaniar„
Sake the Ta M tr a e l had
ea wend _at. Cart a: gat glsee. — Wary
Star tam) hee . VOUS hanse.
• No charge for hartail Baggage asithltraro.
rrocoroosoir nolo ere am, tad of the socat wpm
mtatntettaalac =art an tar j• _-
A r wh adittre cheap amuse
J. P. HOLMEA
Canal Btahk, Pas atm&
1851. WESTERN ISIL
R. LESCR ec COT. LINZ, ;
' BAIL ROAD AND CANAL
pITIEBITHG H. PHILADELPHIA. •BAE LI
rClaud being in good- (oda.; -we ale
epewased to lasompoct =often iesseheadise to
book the. atm* dues, et the lomat earessa oi
omtn =iml . remi ... z i d dlua th r. Ile bags net
a lodine tehnotatted. 01l b histrer=Voe ' apay st.
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PARE ItEMICEID 1
_ __ICtIONCIABXLA. BOUTIL
V's Brovastrno and Comb.=land, to Bsltionve
aad Philadelphia.. :
g:ILIMG:BOAT leans the Wharf
sum tae mete dear. et 3 e'eled‘ Mdmili. Cue
with tbe ms id Cenclnched east stioraint. *
Ito Mae lone daily an
it=ka a g will! the acre at Caliall - riest.
. Van them% to Balthaese:l2 boars. PececiedifiL i
Mie l ? .... g c•_*!iato ß littl t sjs.4l) becam
owh gricy 11111.
the .ftectereina end Ceisilierlweerbielci
=We Ude decidedly the tale mate Sam i
eilln - ° Math the NotimcebilM i see . 1
1851; - jam t .
- UNION LINE .
Oe the Pterasylvania and Ohio Made
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tk ras ficatrsli Pitlezgh mid Penland dail
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apectal attention to the Wen
k lnals sad tarn 4.M.M. *th".t _. . 14 Wm*
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WIMPWm. ad Wm. •-•
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DIA BAINKI. Ated sad ibr 1.40
Wlt A. piecIAMO t CO.
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kiHnnol • ___32 bozos, now binding and for
/CHEESE -200 bozos in store, for sots by
Li jot • • MIMI MCSSIC II CO.
V 0438-300 do,. for
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