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Commtnies Ixercer.•=-Coronee . Arthani ..yea
terilayhelden icquest on the body of an infant,
' 'found 'fyingditid in the tiixth Wahl . A physi
olni - who was called in in mike a post tnortein
eximainition, thought that fie child had been
• born. Verdict accordingly.
TIM MYN rotc.—LWe are indebted to-Mr. G. W.
Blum, No. 47, Chutham street, Pittsburgh, for
the September number of this valuable maga
tine for 'children, edited by thoßev. J Hastings
Weld.- lu addition to six wood cute, it carmine
a - fine steel plate of ^ the old meeting hoUse un
der the ledge." Its - literary contents, 'both orig
inal and selected; are very good:
•
• $41.1: or - 1..0r5.—0ur. rewderm•will• not forget
the , emleof rots Ori Mr:Wm. C: Doon's faits
day, near . SewiCkley. -Thu Ilroad cars will
*top there gicingazul ietarning.
BUROL.nr.—A rototal,men mimed, James
Bank wqe yeatertlay committed ieprisoci tiy Lis
donor Mayor Fleming, charged, on
. stath
lc,Bhaifer, with burglary, ' committed ial,"brealling
,Into Me bode. in Roii ilad :meting
to real Aterafratu scuba wearing sp. el.
. .
Asettotir w.an Raircat.--Patricli Murphy was
committed to prison yosterdapby AldermmaXa-.
jot!, charged, on oath oftC9 .11astney, with
tutaault and battery.
itcruntrus,—The / lons of Temperance have
returned from their trip Ito llochester. Four
.1 h.. dad tient.diwn on t h e cars.
ILE .11. EST CASE VE STASBINGI.—Robert
o z gli the young men accrued of stabbing
Geilirge Gsrdiner, was yesterday examined and
raciimmitted for father hearing bntiti Saturday .
/ Before proceeding to give a synopsui of the
%vickinge, we may observe that we have done thg
prisoner. groas injustice •We onnuounced a few
days ago, that he was commiaed by Mayor
Guthrie, charged, en oath of Robert Hague,
with murder: Thu was true, but it was not true
fortunately for all parties that Gardnacr wan
dead, or likely to die, for he is now recovering,
sd , that the prisoner , has only been guilty of an
&mutt and battery with intent to kill. We deem
it necessary to say (bee math for tho sake of
the prisoner, meg we do not wish to male bad
teem
11 Hector Sutherland
~ sworn —l was ett "L ung in
Sixth st., - near Ginnt, in donvily 'aith Gard-
I
lifter and 'others- Gardiner remarked that he
I was going to hale the fight out with McKnight,
and asked George Pearce to go along. and see
.1 that all was right, and no advantage taken by
.1 either party. P•eatee and Severnl others, in
; I eliding myself, went as far as the Dialiond ;
. and not finding him there, Gardiner and Trovillo
want to George Sehneek's housel'while the rest
' Of us stood at the corner of fourth and - Market
: I eta, and still not finding him, we all went to the
! mion' e house of the Eagle Fire Company- , 'P-
I. ' vi ll o and Ga.rdiner walking on the right hand of
- - the'street, and all the rest of us on the other.
Gardiner seeing
.some of the members or the
• Eagle Company, - went over indasked them where!
McKnight was ; and on Ida being pointed out to
him, he (Gardiner) said, "There he is talking
withlGeorge -Pearce and Mr. blunter across the
'. I way." Gardiner and Shop. Trevino' went 'up to
where he was standing, and Gardiner told - him
1 that he had been . hunting for him for the par
- posa of having their .quarrel out. Plage said
-- I that he.had been,pararling all day, and, as ha
'; felt tired, would rather postpone the affair until
he was better. Ga rdiner still urged him to fight,
I saying that they had both agreed upon thattime
1 for the purrio - se of-settling it, and insinuated
I thst'fileKnighewas ;no man if he backed out.
. After mime further altercation, McKnight con
sented to go,"and "have it oat;" and in reply:Ao
a sneation of one of the bystanders, as to where
1 would be the beat place to go to, witness an
-1 swered, faith° foot of Pitt at among the lumber.'
'
1 Thorp agreed to this arrangement.. Garai- .
I!air and myself.welked in advance °fibs rest of
the party. :A . large crowd had by this time
gathered around us, ranking considerable noise.
When we 'hail get as far as Mertulden's ice
, • hone, McKnight was fumbling in his breast, as
I 3 if searching for emfiething. Gardiner perceived
i this, and said to hint, ...don't run a knife into
-, zne,,or I'll make you repent it," or words to that
• effect.' :McKnight then took his hands out of his
breast, and pit them in his pockets. Daring all
this time; Gardiner and myself:were walking to- .
!getherin advance of Ilia rest rifthent. &laden
ly my attention was attracted + . by soma- dispute
Iping on .between MOIL and one of his friends
behind •ne. I stopped; and finally turned back
. to see what was thernatter, leaving Gardiner
walking) on alone ahead of us. -On coming tin.- ,
ear to McKnight, I found that his friends were,
. endesotirilig - tic: prerent" him drawing a knife
from his pocket- _
1 I moied bid a few stcps, and looking bark, saw
him peal out a knife.' Gardiner was 'about ten
. feet ahead'of one, and I eaid—'• Looknat, Gar
, dirier,tha Is going to cut you." McKnight then
'ran past me with his closed knife in his hand.
' Gardiner then looked round. and backed down
Perry-etreet; throwing up his right arm. Me.
Knight ) , running, went to him as close as ho
could, and opening the, knife, pat it into him,
and then pulling it out, held it to the air for half
a minute;
,and said—•• You are the man that
wanted to fight with me, are your McKnight's'
friends took hold of him, and tried to, take' the
knife away tram hint, but he threwlt away.
Gardiner then eried—•• I'm, dyiiir His
hands were'an the wound,' width was bleeding
bsialy.. We carried him to Dr." Speer's- office,
where the wound 'was dressed. " .:
Crase tramined—l was not acquainted with
the prisoner, until Saturday night. I knew him
by eight: Have been acquainted a year or ell
with,Gardingri but have not been in his compu r
ny more than a dozen times. Ga ner is some
what tailor , and heavier than McK night Me-
Knight was a little intoxicated -Gardiner was
not. He anepeoted that - the prisoner had , a
weapon on his , person, and said. he would hare
him' searched. before they fought I neither
knew nor heard of Gardiner having a knife or
pietol In his possession. '
• Dr: ..Blaely. was called, and described- the
wound' According to his testimony, it is
alight, and thereLano doubt!of. Gardiner's-re
covefy.. • • ' ;
Sheplar Trevino was sworn—He had spent the
whole day in company with Gardiner. At fair
o'clock. they were sitting in Wylie street, on the
gaps of .a tavern kepi by Owen Branigen. Mc-
Knight came up to there,' and said that he had
understood some one bra; accusedlim of striking
witness inlthe face that morning. ' Trovillo re
plied that he did not think it was he. McKnight
said that he would be the last - man ,in the world
to do such a thing, and that ore the contrary he
would. rather take his part. - . ' •
Bath Trovilloand nyonag man named Hunter
gave in account not differing -from
the evidence of the first witnesses.; • -...
0. IL Eippey,Aeq., appeared on behalf of
McKnight, and Jen very able speech contended
that even if Gardiner had beep _ killed:the pris
oner would only have been guily of justifiable
hondeide. , "" -
. Mayor Outbid° demanded bail in two thousand
dollars, which not being forthcoming, another
.commitment, charging the prisoner with sturder,,
was made out,'u;id he was remanded until Saud,.
: Tax Corsclis.;—A meeting err the COralZol3.
COunall was called yesterday everting, but's quo
rarn was not present:
litiar.--Tor the' past few daye, the 'weather
bee been very hot, , the thermometer standing at
orie o'clock, ip Ihe shade, irfrom 89 to 90 and
91.
- PAHAIM.—Th e e Sons of Temperance 'paraded
throagh'some of the streets of Pittaburith:and
legben9 Yesterday, accompanied by several
binds of =Laic, sifter which theytook their de
parture for !leaver, ride Ohio and Permsylva
rda railroad, They looked
T.staars. 7 —rwo bay aad two brown . homes,
tare. beam. cangbt in our ntreuts, within a few
days pait,'andlett at Trimble's American House,
near the :canal
ASSAULT AIID, RlATraT.—'.siinerva Ann mid
Mary. Johnston, were yesterday committed to
.prison, by .Ald. lVLjor, charged, on nath of Mary
Rhode, With assanlt anddiettery. .
- .
Rg.antar.—llr. Wm. F. Clark, the publisher
of the Presbyterian Free Press, printed irt Mer
cer, went into a barber .shop on St. Clair street,
Y eM pllY to get glared. While setting thire,
ide at was picked, and between twenty and
thirty dellarstdolen froorit. The nioneywita af
terwards found eoneettled in aaink on the prom-
'Accrugn.—A young man clamed Brown, re-
Allegheay ; on the corner of First-et.
and East Lane, toes with a severe accident yes
-,today. •was out in the country, • and in
• attemptinild pull down a limb of on apple tree
• with the breech or his gun, it went Off, end
licigod , the ecintente in his leg. !le was severel3r
wounded. •
SIIPRZ6LE COURT.
ifED3r.sDAT, September 10
,•
. Harley vs. Pury—,Error to Inatriat Court. -
, argued • by Hampton & Dunlap, and Sbaler
•
awes oxectitOrr„ yo, _Bure . kolder—Error to,
c - by. Wins & a •
Bann-ries or Bloari--Ittr. William Bigler
is advertised to- arrive in the city,) at sewn
o'clock this evening, when he will be formally
',Tirol. We see by the hand bills which have
been issued, that a large number of marshals,
aid decamps, &c.,- . Liva been appointed,
-who are to he recognized by wearing scarfs and
rosettes of different colors. Will our ' , .Lncofoco
friends inform tts what is the use of this iiiversity
of colors in the dark! Green is the - only hue
suitable for each an occasion.
BY TELEGRAPH
ILLOEIVED RY THE' O'REILLY TELEGEAP E MEE,
AIM IMPORTED TOE TIM PITTARD - ROE •CMIETTE.
SAILING OF THE ASIA.
New Toast, Sept 10.
The steamer Asia
. sailed ( or Liverpool to-day,
with 80 passengers 'mei $900,000 in specie. •
Mite, STATE CONVENTION
Seatsamttn, (Mass., t Sept. 11.1.
The Whig State Convention met this morning.
The 4 ,, ,,winblage ix the largest. ever known,:there
being nearly. 2000 delegates, present. Scolgo
Thomas,. of Worcester, was chosen President,
and made a strong speech in favor of obedience
to all taws. •
The balloting for Governor reeulted -tan fol
lows:
B. C. Winthrop, 711 Semi B. Walley, 220
'Mr. Winthrop was unanimously declared Ithe
nominee of the Cpnvention.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE
BOSTMS, Sept. 10: . •
The large store buldhig, on the toner of
Washington and Court street, sae destroyed by,
fire this morning. It was occupied by J. C.
Farnsworth, Crosby 8: Brown, .henry jewellers . ;
Chas. Sumner, Oeo. A. Lunt, Geo. S. Hilliard,
P. W. Chandler, and others, who occupied apart
menu itr.the building; The danutgo io very
Crest: stalthe fire is supposed to be the work or
*an incendiary.
DEMOCRAT IC CONVENTIC).
STIZACtIME, (N. Y.) Sept 10.
The Bunker caucus last night ; sustainedThes.
L. Mitchell, as temporary chairman, ot the Con
vention, which merits to day. The Barnbumers
will support Lorenzo B. Sheppard. 'The Barn
burners are likely, to have every thing their own
way."
TEtILADELPHLt MARKET
• , Pintansf.rma., Bept.,lo.
Flour--Sales.looo bble at $3 8114 bbl. Rye
flours selling at $3 26 14 bbl.
Grain—Wheat is dull at 88e for red, 'sad 91
for white. Giles 2080 bushels corn at '64e "g 1
bushel.
Whiskey--Salta at 22 26c %) gallon.
B&LIINORE MARKET
Ilummax, Sept. 10.
Flour Tho market'is yerydnll, with no sales.
Grain—Wheat is selling at ;o®7 s for red,
and 76 83 for white. Sales of yellow corn at
65ee,570, and of white at 58@t1 . 0c. Sales of
oats at 3437 e, - e l bushel, and of Rye at 60c.
Clover Seed—Salea at 5711 bushel
Provisions—Sales of mess pork at $l6, and
pritoo atsl4 pl bbl.: Sales bacon ahauldass at
Si; allies. I.OGlOi, and hams "at la lb.
Bales or Lord at Ole in bble and 101@lle in
kegs,.
Groceries—Sales Rio coffee at Siena ?
Sugar and molasses are dull.
•
Chew—Bales at 7 @ uk.
•WhiskeY—Sales st '23024e
Wool—ls duIL •
NEW YORK MARKET.
NOON REPORT. •
. New Sloss, Sept. 10.
. .
Flour—The Market is brisk, with sales 4.600
bile, at $3,810154 for state and western, and
$4,124 for pure Genesee.
Grain—Wheat is heavy, with sales 2,200 bus
Ohio, at 83c V. ha. Corn Is lower, with miles
18,000 bushel, at 630;10 for damaged, and 6lc
for mixed.
Provisions—Pork is easier, with sales 100 bbli
new mess, •at $15,75 bbL Prime is held at
$18,75. Beet is quiet. lard is improving, with
vales 60 'bbls prime, at Ole ".pl lb.
Groceries ales2oo bags Porto Rico C•
at 94-c. Sales at hhds. hlu.seorado Malaise%
21e; and 80 hhda Orleans Sugar, at oc. lb. .
Lead—Sales 1,000 pigs Galena, at $4,55(
4,60 ? 100.
Naval Stores—Sales 2000 bbis Turpentine, at
*2,81 ? bill, and 100 bbls. Spirits Turpentine,
nt 34e ?gallon.
Tobacco—Sales 80 Mins Ky., of
Stocks—Erie advauced I, Canton and ,
Reading 14 neat.
SOLMING
.NEw You, Sept., 10.
Cotton--:The market ie firm, with an Impre
ing tendency.
Flour—Sales 1200 bbl!, at $3,871® . :3,93} for
state and ?ambigua.
.Grain—Sales 14.000 - bus Michigan wheat, at
04c 1.4 bombe]. Sales 40,000 bus Com at 616%.
620 [or mixed.
Proritions--Pork is'less:firm, and little doing.
Beef is firm, at $8,76 osll $ll for mess, 'nod $544.3,
S 6 for prime.. Lard is in good deioand, at
1.1 lb.
',Brocerica—Ttie market is doll.
Tadow--Sales at, Tell lb.
CINCO.'NAIT MARKET.
Ctactasaiy Sept. 10.
Flour—There is a goal trade demand, with
sales 1000 bbis at $3 1063 16 6 3 20 6 3 25
DM, varying twoartling to quality. . •
Provisions—Nothing of consequence was done.
Grain--Sales 500 bushel, oats at.22c.
Cheese—Sales 800 boxes at 61c 14 !b.
Groceries—Are in moderate request, with no
change in prices.
Cranberries--Sales of new crop st 31 , ; 50
bbl.. •
The river has fallen fatir inches.
The weather is very hot, and there is great
suffering throughout the country for want of
Kosactd.—Mayor Rangeland, of New York;
has received, within a day or two, a letterfroin
Mr. - Jao: P. Brown, Sen-ettiry of Legation at
Constantinople, Turkey, communicatingthe grat
ifying intelligence that Elosauth, with all the
Hungarian refugees now confined in Asia, Minor,
will be liberated by the Sultan on the 12th of
this month, to go wherever they may please. It
Tallietight that lieseuth and the majority of his
associates will come to the United States. if he
_takes passage in the 11. S. steam -frigate Iliesis
sippi, agreeably to the wishes of our government,
homey be expected in New York about the mid
dle of next month. We annex the letter.
LWATION or THE,ITNLTZD Scorns, 1
CONBTANIISOPLi, Anga.t 4,1P51.
• Dr.ka Sue—As I believe it will interest you to
know it from a reliable source, I. do myself the
honor and pleasure of informing you, that since
my arrival here - I have, in the, ahem:ice of the
Minister Resident, received from the Turkish
?Sinister of Foreign .Affairs the official assurance,
in the name of his Imperial Majeety,. the Sultan,
that on the lot of Septenber next, tour 12th)
Mr. Rossuth,:and all, the refugees now at Kntah
ick, in Asia Minor, be liberated noel permit
ted to go where ever-they please.
Mr. Kossdatb bas seat to this legation a decla
ration that he and his associates,
with the en
deption of Count Bethnal, and his lady, will pro
ceed to the Vaited Stales, In the Messier Mis
sissippi," which vessel, as you are were, has
been designated for the pdrpose of conveying
them-there, by the President. I learn that the
Austrian government is still protesting, and will
condone to protest, against their release, yet I
believe the Sultan's government will act with
firmness, and cary out his Majesty's -generous
and humane final:Worm.
I consequently suppose that, as the Honorable
Secretary of Slate has directed Mr. Rosstith.to
be conveyed to Neil York, you may expert him
there by the latter part of October. fit Hos-,
en& still entertains the highest opinion of our
country and of its government, and will land up-
on our chorea -a warm advocate of the institu
tions which have rendered the United 'Stile, t so
prosperous and happy. I have the honor to re
main, dear air, respectfully end truly.
- JOHN P. BROWN
Tue DTSEISTTRY. -We learn withextreme regret
that this &maim is prevailing very fatally in th e
Southern portion of this county and along the
contiguous lino of Greene county We paid a
visit to Amity, on Saturday last, and learned
eitretm_ that deaths were occurring ever from
thoday in the vicinity of that place, and it Ins
thought the disease wason the increase. the
malignity of.the dieeime is ascribed to vari•tus
causes, but chleily to the long continued droug
.The creeks are dried up, with exception cf occa.
eional ponds of stagnant water Maids beds. We
heard oTthrea deaths during our brief stay in the
plate, which had occurred within the precedic%
Qi hours—lrarAtapon Rep.
CRANISLRAI CROP.—We learn that the cranbe try
crepis promising, this being the bearing year. put
• the marltet for tho kind •of fruit is now to est Des
{sive that it is doubtful whether it can be fully
supplied. The berriee are mostly picked! by
squaws, although the rakes are -beginning to be
used. Cranberry deafens go to the marshes frith
;supplies Of bread, flour, calicoes, and what, seer
14 wanted for the Indian trade, and °ache Ago
goodqb, barter with the squaws, eat hey
bring in their tube of
,unusberriea. The b nsi.
near comitiencee in September, and may coati nue
until the - rears/ass - Ire frosest." Tear before last
there were shipped.from St: Paul more than 10,
.090 bushelirof cranberries, which found a meu.ket
all the way down the coast of the Slissaw'tppi • '
.riTer to. the month, and the - 17 est Indies Minute.
EStPctuz.ltioneer..!.
ram our Ant.
•
The intelligence from, Oregon,. received at
San Francisco, was to the 22d of July,
The steamship Columbia, arrived at San Fran
cisco, reports that when she left, ihe , Elizabeth
Allen, of NCR- York, had been lying off the Col-.
umbin river for nix days, waiting for a pilot.
She was two hundred and eight days from New
York. and half of her crew were sick with the
tourly.
The Jackals war was completely broken an
• e Jregon Spectator of July 2?. says that on
the 27th ofJune Major Kearny ceased operations
against.the Rogue River Indians, having spent
some twelve days in scouring the Indian coun
try. Many-battles or skihniehei were fought,
and abitlitlty Indians were „killed, and many
wounded, thirty prisoners taken, their villages
burned, and proVisious, consisting of salmon
roots, berries and grass !leech, destroyed.
A rumor had hors in circulation at Astoria.,
that Gov. Gaines and hie party had Teen sue
,prised and captured by an overwhelming force
at RogueS River, but it was without foundation.
A letter from him to the superintendent of
Indian affairs, speaks more encouragingly of
the state of affairs in that vicinity. lie attrib
stee touch blame-to the whites
On the 17th of July, a young woman, named.
Mary Anne Fishero was drowned at Portland. -
She was a native of England, and had recently •
arrived on the !charmer Em4ry, from the Sand
wich- 'elands.
Nono of the overland parties of the present
season had arrived when the Colombia left.
Oregon,
Jacob Parsons. reported as killed by the In
diens some weeks since, is alive.
The Oregon Spectator says that the U. S. Gov
ernment Ints instructed the Superintendent of
Indian Atlslrs to:go on and treat with the rest of
theludiao tribes west of the Cascade Mountains,
sad to provide for the building of a hospital for
them, and that re'porrations may be made on their
lauds for them
' The party of Captain Kirkpatrick: who were
supposed t., have been murdered by the Indians
at Point Orford, Rogue's River. aapreviously de
tailed, have arrived iu Oregon—thus confirming
a vague rumer • received by a former arrival, of
their safety. They had several encounters with
the Indians. whom they successfully' held atbay.
AmmunitiotOecoming:scarce, however, they were
oblidged to abandon their entrenchments • and.
after a portions overland journey, during which
they suffered touch for want of provisions, they
reached Oregon.
Capt. lichnog landed about the` middle of July
second party at Point Orford, consisting of
sixty five men with four cannon and plenty of
'small arms and ammunition. Twenty four of the
party started immediately for fßogue river and
the Shasta mines.
THE .VISIT OF THE CEEPFECY AS TO THE
PRESIDENT.
On Saturday mornig.g, atteti o'clock, the dele
•ia(lol2 of Chippewas, from MtnnesetVreli-ritou,
accompanied by the Hon Luke Lea; the COM.
Missioner of Indian Affairs, proceeded to the
President's House, in accotlance with a"orevioue
arrangement. The Indians, in their wild, native
costume, appeared with extra trimmines, inehel
in a profusion of gay colored rthaeds: -. having
procured them for tale occasion, as they were
now to be admitted into the, presence of their
great father,zof whom they had heard so much,
but had never seen. i
The Indians having been Conducted to an up
pen chamber and ecated, the President of the
United States abortly nftervrarde entered, when
Mnl Lea introdneeds to Sim John Johnson, the
interpreter, who introduced each of the delega
tionlby name; Creasing Sky, Safe Guide, Stand
Before, Spirit Seen, (the head warrior,) and
Breast They severally shoot • hands with their
great father, aptiresumed their seats, and seem
ed to be highly planned. •
The Commissioner remarked to the ,President
that those Indians were Chippewas, and that they
hod Palled •to 'pay their respect. to hint. The
President made inquiries as to their country and
condition. In the couree of the conversation it
was stated that their bead iv what is called the
Mississippi band, and.that over forty different
handalconstithte the Chippewa tribe in the United
Staten. - There is no principal chief having au
thority over all the bands, but the chiefs in each
tend bind the whole nation. Although jealousies
and disturbances may exist among themselves,
they are all united against "outsiders."
Cresting Sky arose, and after shaking hands
111.
th the President and the Cominimioner of It, .
Affairs; spoke as follows—the addressi being
terprithed by John Johnston: . '
Mo (IBEAT FATFI6I:. I want to say a few wants
to you; And ask you to listen to me. I have
travelled in a strange country to, get good, and
'to forman idea of how the whites live. I men
tionethmy special business to mor e father, 'the
commisiioner.) and wish to say, a little more.
!.. My great father, . you ace ads howl. am ; how
many mti are here. •• We arepoorpoorindeed.
'Yon are prong; your widen is strong. I hire
one particular request to make to our great
father. We want a new-mill; we weer to im
prove. Welike the 'ways! of the whites—what'
we have Men. I feel confident that eur lather
cad oar heat father will have mercy on ea, and
goon no our request_ I know, my great father,
that thetle' is no way we can azet along in the
world. Game is getting ..zee; tee must go to
the ground and till the ground_
Let Me be perinitted to ask you. my great
father, What makes you a great tart powerful
nation' It is that white book on the stand, (the
Bible.) We want schools that we may learn to
read thaGhook, and do good, and be wise,
I am very mash pleased that I have been per
mitted to See and talk to our great father lam
happy that oar father will ...enl us hack home.
I have one more request to make—that when we.
land in otth territory, we wish our great father
to aid usl.that we may gel home safely. :Oar
children are azixtens, and wait-for our -return
'froth our great fatter.. They expect that we will
carry them something that will satisfy them:
An I hale said before, we ere very glad, mei
we shall long remembUr our interview with our
great father.
lnotherj request, toy great father. I nosh you
to give roe; a whtte paper, to allow to my hienda
when I get home..."
The orator then 'presented the President With
wampum ;land, after further proceedings,
The PreSident of the United State. responded
so followo .
It glee@ your father great pleasure to meet hie
red children on this or , asion. He ismuch gniu•
fied to learn that you have taken a long journey
among atrangers for the purptoe of seeing haw
.white people live. [The Indiana lintened with
marked attention, and - resprinded by a hearty
Which they repeated at the close of
every succeeding sentence as it was interpreted
to them.] ;Tiny years ago the red children of
this country covered the whole face of it. The
whites then came among them, a very weak band,
dependingi in acme measiarn upon theirred breth
ren for islipport, But the whites have - grown
greet and ntropg, as, you nay, while our red
brethren have grown weak and few. One cause
:of this dilferemie between the white man and the
Fed man Id, that the whites cultivate the ground,
while the red men seek a-living by the chase. I
hope, therefore, when you return to your people
in the wilderness; you will tell them of the im
provemmis of the white men, their number and
strength, end encourage them to pursue thename
oeoupationz and cultivate the mil. •
Thoughlthie white man be strong and the red_
man be weak, the white man feels bound to pro
!.
test the red man and do justice by him. And
this is thuchlef desire of your great father.
Id regard to your request for means to build a
it will give your father great picasure
to aid you in the laudable undertaking.
Your greet father is much gratified to learn
from you that you desire education, and to be
taught to read and write, and to know the great
truths of the Bible. This education is another
means ofl happiness and strength to my red
children..!
In conclusion, I hope that you will have' a nail,
return to your friends, the Chippewaa, 'and that
you will meet with no obstructions on the jeer- -
ney. I doubt not that all the whiter will treat
you with all consideration and respect. It is the
desire Oliyour groat frither„ the President, that
they shall do eo.
Your father, the Comtuisioner of Indian Af
fairs, will do what be can to aid you to return:
and will i - nthish you that white paper which you
desire.
•
I thatdc the &rest Spirit for the opportunity I
have bad to confer with coy red children.
I hope to hear
. of the safe return to your
friends, and prosperity hereafter.
Ile good and faithful citizens ; 'maintain pence
among yourneleca and your white brethren, and
you may, rely on the protection of your great
father. • I have nothing more to any.
Spirit Secu.(after the usual preliminaries) ad
:dressed the President
My Great Father and my Father; want to
say a few words. The Great Spirit' hears what,
I have to say. Ilere is the wampum Ism about
to present, and leave here, that all may see we
bare truly slatted you. This is ant have to say,
my great father and my father.
The President—lreceive the wampum as 'a
token of friendship, and together with the wam
pum presented by Cruising Sky, it will be placed
in thelnditin Department, that my red children
and white brethern may always recollect that it
is a token of friendship.
Tht Indians then rose to depart, when
Commissioner Lea pointed out to them theSeo
sentry of the Navy, who wee among the few pale
faces present.
The. President informed them that the Secret
ary Graham had control of all the great vessels
which sail on the ocean.
The Indians rhea hands first. with ithe Presi
dent of the United States, tindthenwith all who
were present .on the occasion, and took their
lesre bowing . and scraping in•their beet style;
end two of them carried their politeness to ouch
an eitent as to take off their head dresses for
'few moments.
On7Sa - ttirday evening the delegation left the
city for their homes in Illemesota.— Ikantington
Equklic•
TRANSPORTATION
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PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. 1 TR'EDIONT HOUSE,
OPEN TO LOCKPORT, TWENTY MILES WEST r, BOSTON, MASS.
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OP JOHNSTOWN. • !nriiHlS well known establishment is kill eon
''.. it. darted iu the ear,. manner it Lae &Iva>, been. The
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CHANGE OP HOOP.. l' e kW, at che load .1 tlx4entabltrinnent, the , üb,crib• r
. . , , V;abla beat exertons imam its n•putatioa. and
TIRE REDCCIED AND SPEED INCREASED. , My eatir., lion to bla curt,...,...
PennPytounur Railroad and Exprers Packet Line 1 .0-194,4)bn . 'sm. it. PARKER.
:"41 miles Railroad TI miles Canal. 1 —._.-
081" MGM, ..P. C•11 , 10•1,21-T ROUTE TO
PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE & NEW YORK. 1 -.----- _
Two Daily Lines Express Packet Beak i NEW FANCY GOODS,
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~,,,, , , FROM . ENGLAND, FRANCE AND GERMANY,
( N ONSTA.IVI LI ABM 1 LNG, new' stiles
L iEXCLUNIPELY FOR PASSENGERE./ ' ) and yatterop, an
on eatei.ded vertety.,ll,,,d
.' On anti after Monday; August 25th, the - ..*,.. York importation pie, ,
Packet. 4 this Line .111 leave Pittobonth for Lclkren't ' in. Gi..
1 f?4,t1E1.:i1':47 ,T} r. r .. ` .? , . `" Z7J ` ,.:::. ` ,W.,7,..r m.,b, Ar
rove , r 7 morning at k 'circa, and avary ••...nln. al in,11,, c ,
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ther.. taktog the tare of the new Peno L ylvan a ~,,,„ ~,,,,,,„; ~,,.,, ~0 2. , r .,,.. r w.,,,,,,, A ,.
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re, for Philadelphia.
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on enabling them ~ on artiaal ' al . PilltnTel . p7ia l To !
w::“...7i',''',.„',11:n.1.4°;;11kii,!,7,:r"r„,j:%1.7g;',.'3;',..e:."*..'''
proered on tr, New York at Ono,. '
R )1 'II ELLE., Imr•orter.
PASSENGERS FOR BALTIMORE auglrglm ` , • , .1 1 70mu1ere...1 . 1 . 1111.41,[1.1•111,
Take the York and Cumberland Railroad. at Harrisburg.
Distal., eight" row miles. Time: FOUR hours. 1 1 1 110N1 A B WHITE, BONNET MAN I_l
- to Pluladelphia, din. Fa, to Ealumurw, E9.:6. FACTIIP.F.E. No II Pouth Setv•rel ...R.I. (above
feblL:lr
do Lancaster j 0 .1,. Harrisburg 3.4.00. L stlant. wet 41,1“.) Philadelphia.
If pen desire Chun traveling and oomf ,, rtable smoustuo
dainty., wenn. >our tickets at the Torket Odic, 3fra•tooga•
hula House. of
IO LET-A law and roprenieni2
WaIIy:DOUSE. on Unocal ibrant, ben,. µi,..1 1
mittifeld. Enda:lvor
...pa . V , -am. 0 01INSION.
FOR RENT -The 11\p:eh...use. N . ., le9 rat',
Labelle strut. at pruene occupied by T r,... p,.•4
own. Poasesemo glton on t'. c ' t C... "'"'" "
aelittidilw', a 'Enersdrat of DROWN. An yundmoi,
Great Bargain!
1 ISEII'Y ST. PROPERTY FORS. A LE.
•fal.:,--,/,h,iA Z.A.N.'."1'.'1.VZ.)•....741.T..i'i15':i.&1!•
Maid Hotel Iv no t e:one to the Canal Mirth. and adinitatic
th• location of tle Ponnapratia
It
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ti*n-has rented h•eltlY.Ta• err sue-hmk Drown. t f nat '
ervaeed at, Per further parrieuiank moult, of
In
PM/IVAN. Federal Itt . Allegheny or a s CAM rBELL.‘j
Lawny at / S kt. , [.Ortr ~ Amattaitratnt, of\ the ern, of
Tho, Palms la det.'
Nor. \ L..ig r eq, ..:st and eh •sla \ l..r
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Private esidence for Sale\
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tri. oii minaolior A , 1119A1 , C IV.. of the eit ,of I `eta
burgh an.l 'three tn. t a alan, 1. 11.. tenni: to To
rn tolhe &name:m.l o , yamburll, , oomborinn in au
ennovut in.gre. the Ai nu ar , "Peelle t o e.. and 4 -votary
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The los \I. later. •tt us , to: .Air , td grout.d.ll\ I
or t e hundn,l and tfl i loa ...i , ...nu n buck two Lt..
dtvai and tar an to an .1 , Ihe traDrpT , DAVDt, are
ne, the h , 0.,.. limek built Ni l o, dor., at• l•,,:( rile h.,
al.tertal, and, boob. ..I In the ..., m. 0.,. liann: eovro
convenl.m. I t o L e re d , r.lll , lAlleent.k.. MI.
art to i t omu et . thee. i a ....1 ofy•acellent na
ter at the door, and PM 1 , hrd ti , 1 ,1 0. it wAter Cart l4 4 4
house and atablum. a i!, ) ..1 l\ic tulkad,shrolo
tory In .I. rt. fie at, tan, and al Nui...... eau ota1) . le
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ii,.. it ,„ e ti l, on a , e tee .......unnu\ debuta .1 ne n i•
rauoltann, Penn street
dom. , ot , roe Are o ...pe. intrion
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Me. Henry's Philadelphia & Liverpool Line
gt ;tram Meet by* e
of Packets. • L•flit :iA-T 0 Iliili,A,., ,ixid, . ,int le ,
Fifth Ward _ - o - n Lib, i e .„..., ~., ~.„„ '-'\!' T•Tr ' kfl ',. ii! t 7t.t„ d' 2 , ' t
4 Sailing from Philadelphia On the At : i . NEW YORK , the ram,
* .' s i ftal %ewe,
lath. and LaT n tr...^l r n tn. I.t. of tab month ...- deo-A r 0 • ' , I se.t iid e lio teeMorr,Webd.r \ ~.t. ny
ip 'fakir Pi.k..AbAar . s. E. 11„ Dragon., 31aster. i ---=_--_,---- - • ,.. m ..- a - 7,- -- 7 - _ _.- _ - '''''' ':; ° ,, 4 ',.c y . ,r" . "' - ' " ' . 4..." . '.,Y.ii„,n`4.4.„4`;"4.,,, ''
I Ins 11 terrains pt=y t ir e ,
lik.N.Als DOMI. 11 nt F tun:liner. Muter. 10 .1,/
iilers in Liquop, &c.
I cablf, t 4. leader a . )4 det.N..,.
•• 1:1:1101•E. Nathaniel r Mamie. Muter.
j - 11 -E-,4lkiiiii, l'itt'Elill\'ii2b
. 1 , ciiti.:!,re lately o.unteracts I
'2 . 1 , ,!ri1t 1 4( 3 ` , .„:„.afr,./„Ii Soent , lif•steo j .1. Col ) , !TE,.Fieach Reetitir, 360 Eighth • .; '''''' .'• , ''•
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''.',! ° Tat ' eatit *'"t' r!Yri . ' ao . l ' ;‘ ''' ‘le,;lall ' :`; ' A
Ina. above thspe ere built of the ~..and most orally . ~..: r: . .. • ;; • •,_ . .,' ',....;,• '' .. •,, 0 . 'IP' o , 4 ir °' 4 fun 44° ' ruerry ". t ^ • lon t rio n te . .1 pa,,,,y, r y a,?..`,.
manna), Indere noted gar nu. ramday of th-mr peamura, ei,... 4 : - fl i .`0;„„;"'; ' 4 !..4`.„ 4 „ . „2 ; .°
4 -, , , 4 1. 1', 1 , 1 r0, , ....... , ..•• , ..,.... tie u..., A. 1... . -......• •n'y • la tal....ri \ ru'rle• 1....;
I \ Di, •ratehd Ilfc.hser oridema rk
they are btud Uti , .sth 111 lams( imprummer.D. az. mint ; b i „.„ 4 „ . ',.. • T ip.
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thunuglray .. s ‘ enthat 4 e.l. , ati, o , i , a . e ~...7 . ,..,....d tor thetr am re , olla y - on the but
are
11.1 ~, rise E ,,,,,,,, ' of ~.r . ,,,, 1 tculonaintin tann.....h ili t.pt. , ' nerursce rho * , r:C .
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,:.',., ..11fuland. the moat... reend to men of th. Imports t , I' '; '' „. • " P ' „ r ej.,'''.• 1T" . ,.' '... '" 17* . r ii °"''" 1 I ' ' ' L r ' k' '' ' ' ' W/Aluiso oot tip biers,/ with offserla :
• 4 tinny nonahoo...nuntrl,... D a 1.,. ar.tentml to i all arm , ' "' • .... -4- 'v VI 4 ' 4 ^ore °I V., bP.
ate unagualltel tor th,r,earemeate in tb• 5a..1..t e ei al. e
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1 , 1,, ,, , des or Mope then friends nom ...el • . * ,) 4 „„„ ,„, ~ .4 . ,, ~,R , ,„'„ . if ';(,r , - •,, fr.:, , • , • , 1•1- . d. , -..€- ho :-. .1 „. •• t , . , 4 , x•r v.
~ dibg.urtmlYby rieGaYOtes Eatra.l.Ol\l", 4.
Country ran obtain cerebrates of Farman, which wilt b)'. a y,y., y „,;.;•' '"' ' ' •• '''-• ''.• i'`'F rn .F••O The I •atlini e a toe . 40,33 Al g vv. The ..iv
good for neat month, and our 111'1 ,,,, .11 , 441 ....'ll.l , i ' ^.1 . 1 1. ...” te •......tuturd at ahy '
lima ; t, r repia.. In. r4. , 0t
ernicol wilt furoleh them with to s Ctn.. mnrmation •nd t - AIDE , • . tio. nlNnOyt ~ KIV IN r. , oft \!r • of Fou et.O., 6
inatrucnonr relative to thetr departure • _ . ; American Hardware. • ' u sed. - • -.. •.0. i
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For the conocaleure of -.13.1,21,11. smr/nun to sent ma .
ese Iv duns lEr I,- ~ID LI YEN ,f, DOUGLASS, 31.anufactureree 910 TRAY: r SPCARTER,S,Th.O. .SS.DS. -- • 7 4-. \-
~,.. e.er . or flat . h. aD upward. Farah e ..
at elaht xlthout 41.. 0 ../ ar yi e h w in t, ea.... 1 b) any ot P A.,..114.,:.76 t Platt titre, three, deer.. from bar! so • I l.htiCER MEItChANIb. -..kor ed , • ~,..„. , A
poolthe Duple or Put Otlcai to the Muted Kingdr m . , NI, VDU; Mrs rear,,noly ', t n. a.. idteati on of .1,.. .., .....,;,,. 1011 11 , •erkniltiabli , t .. .0'1,t , . , fmr.tll,,..\ ~,.. ' ' -r ' \ ' '''ii . ' •, ,r. , .° Yor ‘ii. '
•., ' .., \ 4`, • dm. te , 4 , b tied In her nod., thlag tor &Aar now ;
pi n e \sta"'T
xa-1 meat.. pyrpl4.4 paoaeoyers comm.: „oar Liver ~: Llardware ...Froth , , ' , bolt Ftot - k. of Good.. retel*el dire: , tut tdat lathes on eault Pune. A •ya h eiy. i t An.d true{ ~- ' "“" '•' '''' "" i rd- :'''.'' "4 '','''' ''4''''..t tii 'FY . ..mole Mi ' k hut lama ' .. l ent ehat•t cull be pineal - In
. tram thocuatufacurerr. and for tal• het emtrable term:, tag 'lathe V.... 44.000 P.. l.iteir tn't ',rare . ` '. iiflaboty/,;. ', \ , 4
4)\, oikik^
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/Am, week the following supplies isi in 1.......1,1 1 iyIS. ore. i the Derot •ol -Arend., yaelet the tananDani. there \ ' et r 'Dr ri \ ( . .is , -.. •es ..• .' - \ • this,.. a( a .. ....N , ..1 an: , btu` tmo ,"'re ,
D painienger of 12 roars of au and orer. 21. Ito. bread. --, t --- ... ' I - -- - York 1, •Ronlin . tb e rteseast tar:lns ftr rat] Is. etn om * (ILL m•. •- ~
~. iir Knolle .‘IICI.IO 'rk I have 4' Sitro ,mel aver". lentStlant ri;cfmactoodedi . s t
Ilia rien 2et tea. S Ibr. oatmeal. ty lb .aerie. Ilb Dour. I Steam vonntunication between New th.. a.,,irr...1. c-, q ,a ‘,. - % ), • ' \\ - . \ 'AtIVo eals,. 'e„atura.V. hi.eteart. 13th, 0 the Av.,. e( di 4.6...... es .4.flx 14 . ....4.,...tta.a, • \
1 M lb mmtur•••• and Ilb pork Coder 12 sear. or ene. a i
' and Glasgow. lot ternie e gine •IR I: \TO tCTC„,I4, Altr.-tiedy.Cit, ea ..k.4• ',IL. r E.XI'I , F„Nh 1 03,ti rl. bate . the by. nd,' \y. „i „t la.,' ) e y„,4 ' a n . „.... ; ...yy -,
lbe. breadstuff. 1 It p•irke tall allo.r.risof via. and 'tn. l '
rat W. Ronk: Ireitit. !, .. h. C. STOtibri•Nk ._ . Ir a .. .INAighe utarriyai ot , WE itAISS A viII Depot. Th ra* "- -• c n'.....,‘ .. " fl -,.. 7 "' 7 ,._, ~ ' ,''--;_-‘--,
0.'..^1.°4 el,-.-,--,k•th..lmakvol-c-j!, ►i KrilE Glaogorr and New Turk
..,...e, __:_'''.u__.4.' eokiter \I Market .4 \Thar/ tt I Loa ro earl:l24 •et Itieniv 1.0 k•mt de e n, a iry
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N0..".7 Walnut street. bolo. traton,. : l4lla L d 6
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, elett cutter mate •tia Wo, eta Pitt.butah I! ,
in h- '''''' .. .... 4 ..° " ter '.', 4 '
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TEN ROUTE TO NEW Fora: CITY em r4- ",,„9„,.C. 4 b 4 . 4 „ , i,
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banduoky ar.d Cs lun ar Railroads, ant •utuarm C.ll the . r ';',„ . . ti,.-13,r,-, ~...... . . ...i,„-.,...,. V.11,1N1 ,I. i ,•1111y,,„, ''., I ''''''''' '' ' .",' ' \ 0 1.4, es ', 4' , r i , •+.l 6. , r\tAk7.4 ''t \i: \ , '\ \ e a t enntan • a ....,, ,s ,
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P. HOLMES, Agent,
LEECH & CO..
1861. WESTERN 18M:
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
D. LEECH Sr CO'S. LIFE.
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RAIL ROAD AND CANAL
PITTSBUR GH. PHILADELPHIA,' EAT LI
MORE, AND NEW YORK.
.TIE Canal being in good 'order, we are
orepared to tr,narOrt serniuro and =ere,' 4.lth, to
au front ch. ..tmea 01ttee. at the lo.rrat corrt.o4 rune of
prouiptexua and atel. lbo ',aa. aro
car. aro Q.nol r ani controlled Tr<Trletora. Rae
of lading Ira/Arm:Ural, ...I all lnatz rota ytly
4,n0101 to.
AT ply U. or oillteat
BLACK rr
Ca..] hseqn, I.no ;re.. Pitti.lAr,,b
LLAURIC. 1.E.C.C11. Prortietzt,
W.:citing Depot, N.., 13 ,t lb. Et.utl, 31 nil, '
8111Tri.
Vr.7, !...o. ' iork.
EbLE RED'
lICE.b !
,i s; a: 1851.
MONONQIICES4 BOUTS.
Vio Brownsville an 4 Cumberland, to Baltimore
and 'Philadelphia. '
PILE' )1011NING BOAT leaves the Wharf
V.thke &al),at o'rinca Coo-true, wo.l. the cats al Curnberl...l Lem
The tti o Btot leave. daily nat..% nntvl,
at 'cloy unit walla,. ten st Custa..rlantl tuat
u max ra 10 o'clock.
TLXbe to baltiztort.32 hoer, Fate cult 17.
0 1 ":”.14 , to KW...1.4140 hours. Fare only NO.
The National had is owe . .o.:l..Conduct,re vortlb
the Cancin.s benaen • suiCutabcsl4.l. which
maks, this tlecttledly the b eat mate C:/o.
J. 51E.SISBIL.Niceh.
Mat. In am slononnle now.
tB5l.
UNION LINE
Oa the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canals. •
PROPRIZIORO:
CLLICKE, PAILEN 2 CO— . . TiOctivl2a.. PA.
CIIANIIERLIN CRAWPOp CO.....Ctsettann.O.
ric.llls well known Line Le now prepared to
L O, c time t riktlep a t sod pr ., :itoLtf c ,otl oin .TP 4 tliittl LI .
oa faeitw Lb . Lfro Y agnrkorrpah.okd to nt o tober..f " .
Ito. and capacity of Ikw.ta, ear...hence of Captain, sod t'
:kw, Of A,ionta.
One Boat les‘ea Plttandrgh and Charelmod datly,fnunina !
000011 n n D w A h V E R L , n n ooo n o ba ri t b c e u t k m Pi b n oaa
Ix oopellrt and vernal.) on :La Iktkei.
k CONnICNELO.
Park. At Co.. Youngstown, 0..
L. B. Taylor, Warran.O.i
A A. N. Clark. Newton tali.. 0..
C Pn.ntiao. &ITEM.. 0.
• hi.tylga A Co.. Ravenna 0.
Kook, Grin:tot ft Co.. I,l;ctlatin. 0 .
•
II A. Idillor. Cuyahoga. Fall.. 0..
wheeler. Lee t Cr. Jar.. 0.;
1p...1..rec u 2 Pettit:v.. :. tandalty COI. 0 . I
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kh t boo". Tolodf.., 0 ;
0 William• C , , Detroit. lichigact.
Dousruntat 6 C0.,',111 would... Win .
• , lon. A. 1:11.00 A Co., Cbloago, 11l-
Thom... !Isle, Chtcamn. 111. .
• JOIIN A O.IIIGLIPT. Pittsburgh.
ani Loo. Wafer and souttlinald Ata. Pittsburgh.
Nra.Yott. tat . ....a. IV.O.
im.r Pfa at-21714u Mr—A hoot two ratirea.pa My hair
......, .ut • r ...Li deal. and my neap was much 6MIod
x ith dandruff. I was 1.41 r . • M ~ end to try taut Priorniter.
W and I did 5e....i In to
aetonlyhtueirt, my hair was
hunt , rryled. and all the dandruff du.appriarwl. no the
h'.."l Vl4. b re '* ei , a ' .7:: l l " 4l , tour obedl ...Trl.
.1 8 LattLADV: ti...... t , 3 Bread..?
If any lady Cr gentleman Inuit, the authenticity 07 the
...h.., they 1 .111 . 14.1 r. call at 1'r0f....e. A C Earry't ofh.,
Arrangement Made to Forward Freight : 11 , ,;:z-4 7 . , ~ ..^tk. wt. , win Produto the orurl.
TO BALTIMORE IN FIVE DAYS.
rrroa tb, , "..filitan. and teen! argu.. Nor P 1 , 0 1 '
A T SAME RATES PENNSYLVANIA i Tbp,” uun p.....cr Or ih.. roam . Cllre. } E.ililltl..
(1. R6ILItOAD COMPANY rteelpt to Pbliadelphii, by . and .14a-tees of the <rani.... gen.rallr. a.. 11, teact..4
CIOODE 6 COLE ! the Pol . .illmitr en/nied by the attic:. knew. a• 1' , ..1...e0r
- .kal carnet
.P." .q
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alountit•YYr., nut
in ' tne land la ma t .1 In pn.t.. ' re ' n.... u.
• Fire Steel Xizang Company.
.t.• ...zi" or 0,. kiwi'. It i.1•11(11 Vi,Or to the rc.ot•of
Ct TOCK IioLDERS: ~, here... „....,,4„d .„, I the hair, mud thue 1.1,4:ant. lt, oveth , 4, 4 remarkable de•
n ~,,......,...i. 01 Twenty I , lYe ' Ci• V nti " pc. " .arson I grfj d t " g ' l F ' ..n ' P..71 7 ,Zr -', l d7r; 7' r"e".4PO7
their etnelt in raid Company, on tr before lie :6th of 6 , .1.- I. Ilat , 4.1.1 tired ' der
It
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tatuberr, MI, at the °Plop of Henry. Pal
j ui . e a r
A tl s agn A a . t Co., d'y r , :f the Ain.. to ~,,, ,, ,0 r , .%.,.,, r". .1,° . 11.' „ r , r/Vy," i t" ; 1• 7 .:1;
Wood ettret, Pittabortrid.
1 unrivallitt It la mid in ler, I.ettice. Priee 2 Z.....nte. at No.
_eepti.ldlo.g)
Tr '''''' . ''' nr" . " 1. . , and . 7 lhe Druggiete generally. into. bout
oUntledttales and Canada- .14,11
MAIM ,
IS HEREBY GIVEN that up AseSiiiilleat
or Two Pullin per rhar. bp> brvir leelml Onallthe ar CHICAGO AND PEORIA.
...enable el,k of the Sort!, American 31Intag Company rat '
Detrov, puyebleAt the Ofhne or thn Cuturatty. ha l'tttr. ' --
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burgh, Pa., on Howley, the 6th du yor Octrber next, to '
.
W PALMER. Triesurer. ' THOMAS HALE.
!Mlle", N. A. Mmlogto.or Detroit.. l'lttrborgh. &ILI,. 'tl. ! FORWARDING & COM NI ISS lON MERCIiAIq,
rep.1:11.3--.-__-__ CIIII:Mit). 11..1.1.y1:1, .
Notice. 'ir ONTINUES hi. u,tal I:oiliiii:ii - to. receive
THE Stockholders of . "The Little SAW Mill i U:i°..l4'ifidii.r.3,l:i."i.,a..-.l...rat'i'il.b/iTn'leililiiiisi:-.l'iiri;
Rua Mass.] COurPutlf,"'ure berth, ...IS thst nu on oh, ' L at., nog oh., Illmolr C en, una roe,.
Ipmer‘Vo! . l,!e Do flare wr F.'S is relutr..d to woe pod Brlereuera—Mer, 1,,r0.., .tr''' '
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.ilt...s.
;;itiViWilZ r 74 t;iit;;;l:ii
• Mr Jcho A Cascher
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... - tArt4f "' n- VeZ, D ZrArilu, T
Wino H. Baskin
Notice to Contractors. - (i f ENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
... .
SEALED PROPOSALS for the Excavation .SND 11:CTIONEhlt. No. 3 W a t, 5t5 ,,... 1 , rhot ti ,,,
ht4:o`;Pt",t ° ,'„ th ,74,7't; h "94 l 4`P;;;''jtu,,na`g. 1 r..,,,0ta oaotwoo to cottoottion L0..t.00,t' ...e.s. r
Pant. mall the 2.3 th of beldstabe e r us.. 'Kens and o.
mtlentiove ram Is, sees alter the pith nt Septemts, by tall. --"------ .
af,mjl'S " r " ib ' P "'"'"' ' G '"'"''''' En''''" of th ' ST. LOUIS & ST. JOSEPH.
33 ay. . at the bomb, of Matthew' Mr lutt eli. to Chartism
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,y °rat, nt the tins,' of Itat‘tors 01 "The Latta i a t.
ST. JOSEPH, lIHSSOUR.I.
mat utto Rattlroatt ComPahf." '
ttp2s ,xetan 751 Eb11".1.t..d.""
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B UTTER--1 bbl. and 24 kege'for sale by rtraa,e. Commirsits:amt loraatdl& . , nod:malts. or t the
set, ' WI!. ir..youssroN „ „ ~ „ ~,, . .....r: Lit ti. - sht t .„ , ~,,
Rf r Al sat.l r tcrdsq, .Li pa, rtbs & &Cc .
B ROOMS -L 75 doz. for cal° IT
_rvO3 l'itMbursti.
apkly
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Wn. IL JORN&TO:t . _ IiVID . C. TUTTLE. Attorney at .tew,
ITINEGAR-97 hblit. Cider, for sale' by "''''"'"'"' ''''"'"'"''' " 1 ,....,,'''"'
V tssP3 ;,... m joHN ,,, r . R. ail sommonlrat tl m s promptly asuwersd. ---1 Y
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fIOFFEE-100 bags Rio, for sale Fy j 011 N 11. RANKIN, Attorney and Coon
rellor et Law, and Commmytt.rer f, r th e Sm. o
t.. 1 an,: J. N. 1? . :LWOHTII ..1..C0. rr..,ylrmatx. Et LOWS. MO., i W., ot 'Pittsburgh.)
EIRESIA TEAS-600 p - ackuges Fresh Teas - ,
~,,tr`.:ll7F-Pct,lbriV... Z b ti . t.r , i , h i rtt . .t 1
Jp, per Isteat arrivals at New lark-tett:Dori:log PR, McCord dam, • ' - ' . . a .l,l t fy A
1 ..0 litstMt Ilse Oolovi. •
dunpo•der. Pottehoom
•
k, p.m ou ua „ t f=„ . „ 1:1,:c.A.R CAISEIC-5 lbs. fur sale by
anll Wu. BAcAuty - I 10. XI JP J. not t Cu.
BOSTON
PHILADELPHIA
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• ult rt. LP
11 A GALEY ItOilt,F .
WGGD3YARD & CO., Whoir-
A rale Gnaw,. No. =I Marlirt IL. Phlladel,lda aptl
• . rnwf.an tow..
in'CK NOR CO., Tobacco
crommi,-..inn 41 Net-th Watt .1
, In North Ularres. M1{1.1,44. ti,il
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J. W. Efolbenon.
Y. 745 itoiden; Lane, ;Veer Tor
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Agent fc.r Ink , l
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