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WEDII2BIO,Ir -1101M,ING, JAN. 18, 1881
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11 . 1 , 114 • sa ti r.
Mid " ' 6 e . mime 11114 i comaeus woollen
' oity .oillem
The oee~eDa of Allegheny held a special meet
. lag laid stints& lea-this - purpose of &satin City
ot6 re lOuthroweirentlear. Thi tonsure of the
'p tleg . ware read and approved in the
atter. which they wet le Join
' • 1!r die elution of City officers. The fol
' • dilitrosalt of the election':
m I tv 7rousinr—D. Mactures,electea bficele.
Cremihantonier-41ttlitir Hobson, 25 votes ;
" votes. Mr. gobeoe war there
- "deblired duly elected.
• • of Water Works—John Alston,
I I oikitor—S. Scholar, jr., by acclamation.
Oka or ffis'Morketr—M. Mcdonntgle, by sod&
Weigh Master, Dittoed Stake—For this ogles
then were four candidates, as followai
- Ist 540. 2cl baUoL
Robert 13 -15
diem, Hanes .......-i..... 86
John Moon 6 e
. , John Sudden 1 1
Mr. Egg was duly elected on nomad ballot.
Wiripl 414•10,6fr0wd Ward &lbw—Jobe Cham
bers. by: outesatlon.
Wkorfidlerwerglesender Maxwell received 18
votes sat John 8: White 10 vote—Mr. Maxwell
./tscrodisisr Reg low!—Wm. blz,liendry, by sod&
ni5i105. , 4!... •
dreistast Brgerotor —Robert Wray, Ag acelame
- Maxwell ! ,22-otes t' Wm.
Koine, o.mthe Wood l
and being duly elected.
• Afiressmor Bark —Al's. Mate ell,
• dreamer qf .Ifroter Rests—A. Davis, by aeon
Cterk to Gostrottters —M. McGoesigle, by seen.
mattowej_ = ,
Beard-Yountriis—First ward, Lleieeder Gray;
Socoaddlltred Slack; Third, S. McGined,m; Foetal ,
R Pothogrif, '•
The neat Winne it- order wee the choice of
tapers to do the city priadeg: The DispolchlEng-
Iteh) tasit so oppositioe, aid_was chosen—the price
bang lifhatettifore,S2 oo .
The Freetleres Friend and the- Volktilart (Ger.
• mae) were &rodmated. The former A:emitted 23
votes and the-latter 5 votesso the first earned
• paper wee churn top riet the ordinance. in Ger
ona, the contract being for $75.
We may remark that all the old officers ware
".• re-elected, erupt John Moos, Weigbmaster.
'TlnfoiltitMeg ere the Standing Committees for
• Froitkritirell, Wilier, Biala% 11001i11/.
Streets—Wright, Lockhart, Love, Aletsader,
;r. Whims sad londisgs,-Lewis, Ashworth, Ball,
CitylProprrly —Lewis, Wright, nutchnion, Ales.
WiterWalker, Hopkins, Miller, Whitton,
Pier Farm—Riddle, Patterson, Brows, Ball .
Orifiseacro—Ashworth,- Lewis, Mout, Gent,
Po/Ice—Lockhart, Brown, Miller, Donald,
Railroads—Brown, Atwell, Alexander, Brown,
Claw and Accounts—Riddle, Askworth„ Gent,
31 , Dettald, Wkite.
Gs*-Atwell, Lockhirt, Lore, Smith, Wbidan.
Sonwys—Lockhart, Wright, Whistan, Lore,
Proshing--ktwelli Patterson, hi.D3nald, Brows,
Library—Bless% Welker, Miller, Stiles, Hatch.
Fire Engines —Blinn, Hopkins, Alexander,
llerkets —Riddle, Brown, Heath, Allies, Maul.
Wooden Buildings —VattentOn; Hopkins, Smith,
Lova, DiTosaid. •
Strad Hatiroado=Bissell, Atwell, Heath, Mods
Theintraltispao Other blame= to unmet, both
A SMOTIIIDOOII BELL AIWA MIAMI!!!
—We en warad, says the Wheeling Adeilipegorrl,
to be on ths lookout for • follow named Lovett, wh o
on Sit night last perpetratsd the moat eztraor:
&nary artudle epos theosophy of Columbus, Ohl& I
over Merl of glace th. celebrated °synth:lotus hoax.l
He mitt to' Cohosbus and advertind In the papers
and issued dialog bills and lengthy programme.
fora perfamaanbithe "Dixie ldlogtrata and Lovi
etc. Paralnyou, two than In one!' , Oa flaturdai
evening Lovett waiielling tickets at .the HAM Inv"
log previoudj showa a counterfeit telegrapitio dist,
patch that big troops Would anise by railroad on:
daily at 7} o'olook. He bad hind • bras. bands
which di/maned west and taring gifting, and -the
hall wag rapidly filling up with ‘Whil. About tb‘
time the troops motto have arrived Lovett requested
• waddles sad sympathising gostloman of the pram
to nu areas for aim while be would go to the cull
11kakataa,aha thoas.amositlas to shoat $BO, and
tott.rTatlirowd la the ball becoming sattsliad tint
they were daned, dispersed as quietly as porgible
midi. ohs oboamstanme. The lenge of the bail
wire sold, hotel and seam keepers were sold, the
pilaus was gold, the band was sold, and fin,
LM audience - were gold.
ljpoa having the hall Lanett went to a clothing
house, bought • gait of sloths., counted ou l titte
mosey to pay for them, and4n g•thering up bin
obese, Managed to steal pert of them:ma wh he
bed counted out. Wu gild to Int the most outelpb.
tent reseal *Maw turned up: Thu* is something
of such a bold, daring eherater about this trick, that
the people were dbipoged to admire gad leash at it,
rathershaa beoome indignant. but the pollee neva.
Melon ten on his track.
Neptune Mee Company.
Ar • stated meeting of the Neptund Fos Com-'
poly, held at their kill, Monday ereaing,..lensary
14th, 1861, the following officer, were 'laded
„Abe stasis' year 1. •
Praidest—John H. Stewart.
Vice President—A. Jacksoa Kemp.
Secretary—Ed. T. Hadspeth. . •
'Treasurer—A. B. McQuswas.
Captain-David E. Hall.
' • Li j eoleaasts—lit, John Berk; 2d, • Fred. Dime.
'Esgineers—lst; Elijah Hall; 2.1, James, Fowl"i;
31, Francis Moaugue.
Hose . Directors-Ist, Wm. Thompson; Geo.
J. Hall; 3d. Julia Robjeson. • • •
Hose Engiaiseri—James McShane, John GraY ,
Flog Grinds—Audresr Hall, Jas. Cassy,•Aadrew
Ale Mss—Jima Ilissley, F. J. Bello, Francis
/ 1 &agates to VO6llll4li'd Association—lobe
. !Hewitt, George W:'Leoniard, Ed. T. Haiiipeth.
Trustees ot Hall—David E. Hall, Geo. W.
Mougp, Joha 11.•Sterut. - 4
• j.turs!isus—testbut Jones, Hugh ,
rEiectiet Committee=Geo. W. Leonard, D. E.
Hall, W. Thompson, J. Dinka, F. Diann.
Jana H. ft:swear, Presq.
Ee. T. Hoesessn, Bed 7. .
l• • ladiaas—Sute bast.:. • • ...
Virgiata.4 .. . ••••
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Casa'. •- 6'
Fiat AT Tat Potrar.—liebumlay. montiag, *boat
4 01/410Ckjilaitaitaillish amp atiaulied to Mena
i laud It ittot. erinealteral tairlemeat worts. , loes.
tad oa the Immt of lb .111 leeway river. near the
I - Paint, might - his aid vas iteattoyed. • It'mad a
mere shadow& did un it
contras - .mealc,veleatdit
material, but ita primimitt to the omit orbs
h i ed b a t
aboati.l the other. rendered
a* asaiadisel,ilaagetose.plame Mt a 111164 - the
of the Hoard *lm wae toesidatablylarat, had to
estiardahat oath peas dielaulty. tit is mapamred
thrum Apicamts.—Aiiwe'youeg wee' re
siding la liereikeouptp one aftotedivAtetasd
the otter Tait; tali prePettes',litilr'itisi te
'de wt Imam-a try , eye elope. the see t•
sat pt Toned peeldeetslty vii illsober
tae costaita lodated shout .Tretter'e Beet '
e asabigfisstilat death. . .
port pyria has
105e5t7.7 1 , - L - 71. - P ater7eld lP lA-
• • Ocenitertopith4enkt by:the seel
, wee set Ciao hit Oh*
• Batas of Cserusey.'
KLINSZDT.../1 Bnoz-Nires Ravine, dated /Amoy
15n; in t iJ on our deck yesterday, •Ifraah from
the prem. We snake ther tallowirm quotation of
Now gagland—ail pliant nuke,/ par et. pram.
New York—City bank. j'"
Coaatry Banks 1
New Jamey - cc
Pensaylvaala-rvhdad. bank.. • I
•• Country "1 pr et. pr. to 14 di
Maryland—Baltimore par 1 ,
" • Country 2 per et.ldU
- • 10
6 • 4 !
Carrosi' Or - s Bow Totsr.-0* Tlntredsy
sight last, a bey mare was et otos from the stable
of Jaoob Hobe, BOOtinOtifillia totraskip,
Dauphin oonstj, together mitts - saddle sad
halter. ;••• OS the-same eight, there waa "istobra
from the promisee of Mr. EL W. lloffross, re
siding year Mr. - Hots, sleigh, hareem, two
bridles; Sod too bloats,. The thief was pur
-Blb sued sad overtakes...He gave the IMMO Of Samuel
d says *at' he lives be Strasburg.
smote, to 'bleb be was plug. He
Moo sore that be km hoar bees °creased to the
Beim Locale Asylum from whiob plus be
a oaspisk - Wie is -either Isom, Or feigns
dinvilltelariells Ilwelletrrilialesseary Neat..
. lag -2/..„=""" litstliedee-112eadien et
Ti l .4
emir; the iiiieeseay Bible goei
°V Mid - taiesty-fitst anniversary 'nestles, is
Bev ;J: plc illan'a sketch. Bandasty street, the
Poseidon, T.'hteCasea, biting Is tI ehaiik, t
The sonriees were °peasd with payer by Bev.
' John. McMillan, who leashed the Divine presence
said bleats' is a fervent sad appropriate *issuer.
The sachems& thee, joined is Kissing the 122 d
tg uses woe, to tai hoer of God
Go U. thin wild to so.' .
Roadie( of the Ecriotnews, by Ilev.W. Preston,
and prayer by Bee. McMillan.
Singing by the congregefion—pralm,l9th, 7: 10.
"C:Ziartttl , '" .
, The reading of the 1 reports was nut in
order, end as they contain mach of genets) interest
we 'hall lay a synopsis orations before oar readmit
From the report of the Board of Managers, we
are enabled to give the following outline of the
operations of the Society doling the year:
Mr. Robert Davis, who wee employed through
out 'Jebel year in exploring the 'Maim, lases and
alleys of the city and rabarba, and in annplyieg
thou without the Word of. Life, is highly erom
melded for the Christman vial and , perseverance
which be has masikated in the praocetima of this
work. tile field of labor embraces the eityof Alla
gluey, with the boroughs and townships north of
ehei•Alleglieny Hid Olito rivers; and wherever he
bale a family withoit the Holy Scriptureslie sup
plies the wade, anfi' earnestly impetus upon the
recipient the importance of studying God'i word.
The Board, at their meeting in January last, re
solved, after careful coesideration, to continue the
valuable services of Mr. Davis, as the most effi
cient wey to carry out the objects and intentions of
the Society, notwithsfaading some , contribotot.•
bad remonstrated &sabot acing any of the fonds of
the Society. for paying an agent. The Board en.
tertains the opinion, however, based upon put ex
perience, that the most effective way to eiroulate
the Scriptures in to employ a suitable person for
that purpose, and pay him for the work.
It is worthy of remark that out of 462 cites of
deltieution found by Mr. Davis, 275 refused to re
ceive tee Bible. Phi. is a palatal tact, and the
Board submits it us forcible argument for contino
• tag the present system of exploration and supply.—
drawing,- as it does, that however mach has been
• done in this field. such more remains to be at.
!rho aunt has visited daring the year, 5,247 fault.
flu. The numbs of Bibles sold by him la 71 ;
Testamental 65—making a total of 134 volumes.
The vales of 'Mob was $43,57. The number . of
Bibles donated was 82; Testaments, 62—total, 1 45
volume., the value of which wee $39,55.
The subscription for the year amount t0..51,t12, 01 .
Pied lo 785.30
, Leaving balance unsettled - $320,31
In aldition to the above, $lOO have been reeslve4
from the Fseentore of the estate of Charles Brewer,
and $122 bau bean collected from upald subscrip
tions of the previous year, making the total melee.
1 In the toweaMpi of Ohio, Fraaklin, its,.. Reserve
and M'Clure, but few luau of destitution ware mat
with. In Sewiekleyville, only three ware found
Without the Bible, and one In Sewickley township.
In the boroughs of Sharpsbarg, Stowartatown and
Doqoesne, the largest number of families was found
'SUMO the Bible, and here the agent met with more
.6fasals than anywhere else. One ease was • wo
man who had been monied fire years, was the
another of two children, endeavor had a Bible until
'applied by Mr. Davie
The Board °includes their report by directing at
tention to the second object of the Society, which is
to "aid the Pennsylvania Bible Society with their .
morphia (want" and expresses the hope that the in
!suing demand for the Scriptures 111 Italy, Spain
and Maxim will oh up the friends of the Bible to
mewed efforts to behalf of the stoat •
, 1 On motion, the report was aoospteiCafter which
the report of the Librarian, Mr. A. Lyele, war reed
, at follows
Do band, Jan. 1, 1850 124
Itoeolved, Jao. 1, '6O, to Jan. 1, '5l . 1200
Tout numbervolumes ...
'Distributed and sold to 1800-
On hand, Jen. 1. 116 L
The report of the . Treasurer„Ur, . Wm. M. Bell, was
next subitilited to the naiades. As the male fea
tures of this report are given in that of the Board,
we need not repeat them here.:
Brief addresses were then delivered by the Be,.
J. B. Clarke, of the United Presbyterian Church,
and Rev. A. K. Bell, of the Baptist Church, bet want
of spare prevents as giving an outline of their mt.
An election of Managers for the year HMI was
then held, and molted to the choke of the Idllowlag
named gentlemen :
First Dotted Presbyterian Church , —Thai. Ma-
Canoe, A. Lysie, Wm. Brat.
Second V. P. Oberott—John Dean, James Mc,
Candieu, Wm. M. Bell.
Third U. P. Church—Wen. Park, Jame. Welsh,
Fourth U. P. Churoh—David Dennison, John
Brown. Jor. Moßeughter.
Reformed Presbyterian Church (Ideillien'e)—J.
P. Flaming, It. W. blower* D. W. Smith.
Reformed Presbyterian Church (Sproall'e)—D esti
Gregg, Wm. Wells, J. R. Newell.
First Presbyterian Church—A. Cameron, R. E
Davis, Robt. Davie
Central Presbyterian Church—Wes. Riddle, R.
Bard, 8.8. Bryan.
Baptist Cburoh—J. P. 'Estop, T. J. Heakinson, W.
Methodist Protestant Church—J. H. Clancy.
Disalpies CM:rob—Rebut Ashworth.
Beaver Street U. E. Church—J. B. Ingham, A.
English Lutheran Church-0. Yeager, Benjamin
Rev. J. Cowl then addressed the Throne of Grace,
after which the Doxology was sang, and the audi
sue was &mimed with the benediction by Rev.
1 Dr. McLaren.
Court et quarter leaden'
Before Judge, McClure, Perks and Adams.
Tuesday, Jen. 15.—1 s the ease of Commonirealth
vs. Cuthbert, Gillespie •red Brunton, indicted f.r
insult and battery, the jury convicted Cuthbert
and acquitted the other..
George SmifVwas indicted for stealing n carpet
s/eh, the property of George Fritz, of Blit 'bath
tows, Ky., on the lta of last November. Verdict,
guilty,and natenced to one year and three month.
as the Penitentiary.
George Knight wan convicted of the larceny of
■ carpetrnack and contest., property of David
Kindeniater, about the last of December. He
was sentenced for one year and throe moritha to
,Michael Malloy was convicted of stealing a
trunk, containing shoes, front the steamer Key
Wert, in November last. Motion for a new trial.
Henry Smith was indicted for assault and battery
upon Caroline Maymae, at Port Perry. The parties
are in the butcher business, and the armee resulted
from the serial cause—liquor. Verdict pilty, and
recommended to the mercy of the Coon.. Sentenced
to foll;C l a ° r ai ro i lr w i e fi e n re e d l ie d te ti d ie for the larceny of two I
overcoats, the property of Robert Mitchell, in Ll
teethe', city, on the 2d of November last. Verdict
Sestenced to the Penitentiary for one year
Charles Willoughby and James G. Bates were
indicted for larceny, on oath of S. V. Persse. They
Oise charged with stealing from the St. Charles Ho
rteloo the first of December last, clothing and
ljewelry, valued at about thirty.foer dollars. Both
defendants are yoeeg moo. They plead guilty,
and' sentence was deterred.
They , also plead guilty to a similar charge,
Rath 01 Eisinuel r ßerk;ardi.
• Elizabeth Jackson, (colored) plead guilty to ai•
unit end battery with intent to kill Catharine
Fagan, (white) on the Bth of November. The
'paitles were imprisoned lor denuder), conduct in
one of the cells of the watch boseivand the deep
dent stabbed the prosecutrix with a dirk-keife in
the back and breast. fibs was sentenced to the
penitenuary for one year and sin mouths.
Abraham Reed was indicted for usanit
tery upon George Dorsey, (both colored.) The
parties had a wearret on Webster street, is Decens
• her last, in regard to the rate of wages received
by the prosecutor for running on the river, when
the defendant *smelted and drew a knits upon
him. Oa trial.
Verdict not guilty, each party to pay halt the
David Dougherty, L. Pickens sod Charles Bu
m. snit were indicted for larceny, on oath of L. Lewis.
The cone was trilling, and raseltiid from some dis
pute between the parties, who reside in Chanters
• ,- township, about the ownership of dome pig.. Ver
. • diet mot guilty.
.The ewe prosecutor also brought suit against
Dougherty and Preheat, for assault and battery,
arising from themuhe caw. Jury out. .
The following additional sentenceowere imposed
by tie Criminal Conn:
Alexander McWhorter, grand larcsny, one year
and ES months in the Penitentiary:
11110111 Curios, annuli and battery .orritie wife,
one month in the colony jail.
Alexander Montgomory, stills' lirjuor without
license, Sand $lO sad coats.
• Charles Cuthbert. smolt and battery on W. B.
Nielholsou died $25 and cone,
Yours't Mute elltlllll.ll AIIIOCIATP3II.—The
&moth Annivonnwror this excellent institution,
will he bold en the Nutt' Monday meninter this
=oath; in the Seamed Presbyterian Church, (800.
Dr. Reward's) Penn said.
The minting it lipietad will be vary lowed
logo% as the repiettor 'the past year will be mad.
and snows' addressee will be delivered. It U hoped
that= the young man of the hnodation will be sew
tattled inMelt isedshi• entirprise, and that a fall
Mess, and a large crolisotiotr will greet Mien, sad
etiesmige them at the beibudng of another year.
.'.Tat. Pion Form—Mayor Wilson has received
90141 twenty-6re 'eppliaatious for eid out of the
11200,nsesstly donated by the Iron City Tout Cont
rary. He kse made. so diatribution yet, and Mr
soiree each applicaot to give some 'somata* that
boot abe is worthy sod is seed: Tkia COWS° IN
Illelooll7, Is order to goad egabsstlimparition.
. Tag Graai Jury have passed apt* all tit . bills
lirbefht ;befre -District ' thus tena and , will probe.
Atomay Kilter has die
sataked Ike .biudsees of the. Court with greet
vMptaiss the post r.. &ye. and there're
ver few OM* ta be dMyaeed 04 she jetty. This
week tail! probablpfirha
Maw Faatot.—ltre leers Shawl Feld Lere's
!salt Kota Reporter, Jost hewed; that welt eagrev.
1 0 18 * Peflioniadto. bo.oisthe southeis Bask.
Ationi made their ;immune*. It
Is voodoos to ary tkat then teas sub Beak: .
Itziertroli. 3ll ulthliaa SAO*.
yews lawyer,,ossies joke of lir. tits; .ado
tatter to motile is ilfitriad* Coon, on Tue.
'maser winriiiid wow pani,ge..
The side of the ndloned Moe* had bi,:..4./* 044
IPittsba4ll sad Ay .thsi 'loosely - of :11114101111. IMS,
been paitpoped main - Saturday animus imett.: ll6
the - odlo• of Kirsh:al CamPbely Chtstnee
norms. All the rant:ol4 stook hairy she - rdty sea
county will be AS. for sale, to gaudy. leassaiits
obtabeed by attain beadboldmi sialast tbe requl=
tbra sogiorattoos. - ThWitenk owned 'by the airy hai
long elnce passed tollep the heads of trashes. bat 4111
eeema bet GO have wlakwed the" firth of the bond
holders lb their *forte to realise" seiretleint" GPM
their judgments. The rallroad stock is retarded as
almost valuoleu, sad it will, no doubt, be knocked
down at a very low Acne.
The toiletries are the RUM of the bondholders
with dm 'measure( the judgments which they ha
obtained against the cdty'sad county, and for th
sadalhetion of which tba railroad stock has been
A. E. Roebtuabl... $17,001 81 J. LI 814p1ar00...-.8. 9,188 00'
,Or W. Dobblo -.. 1,122 88 Geo. W. Dolnitt.- 121 191
Do. .- 2,438 84 1),,. .- 641 80
B. 8 Oubso-.--- 1,372 601W.n. W. 1421113..... 1,888 00
Do. -- -
.-- 6,214 72111.
L. Elorlbert---. 1,211 01
Do. .---. 1,042 96 O. Adtiard 1.188 0 0 .
L. 8146•11-.....--- 8,740 03 Moe. W11.2m---, IN 03.
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Tun Woman to Mertz—Benefit-of Mr. I.loxll
Bernard.—A prefound impression was crested in ji
Ragland by the publication of Wilkie Collins , great
romance of" The Woman to White." There had
been horrible euspicions rotted in the public mind,
by rumors that virtuous ada sane women bad been
committed to Ineatic asylums by husbands who
bad grown weary of their preemie., sad took that
method of putting them out of the way. When the
"Woman in White" appeared, it was taken u a
revelation of the mysteries of the [minces, by one
who, it be bad not an actual knowledge°, the fact,.
bad an intuitive perception of them, and described
them with the graphic force of no common glaring.
We do not propose to even• outline the plot of
"The Woman in White." Meet of our readers
have perused it as published is liarper's Weekly,
and none can have forEottou its characteristics. It
abounds dramatic incidents, and highly wrough t,
situation., nod is one of those 'stories that almost
adapt tbelaselvee to the stage.
It bee been a matter of surprise tons that some
play-wright has not seized upon it, and adapted it;
to the stage. Mr. Bernard has had the discrimin-1
' striae to see him ancellent an opportunity was of-.
fered for as interesting play, and ham procured itr
dramatization of it, which he very properly intends
bringing out for his benefit, thin evening.
hMr. Bernard has endeared biennia to Pittaborgh-,
ars by his infinite humor. No comedian has re.: .
mostly warmed here who so suddenly rose In pop,
alar favor or retained his position so succeiefully;
In producing an adaptation of a great roosaaee,
with the proper decorations, scenery and cos;
tomes, we trust that his benefit will be made the
occasion of the appreciation in which be is held se
an ambit and a gentleman.
'Boutin sr LAST.—Tbe Wheeling Union says :4
'The lady whom we alluded to a.(aw days sloe* al
Supposed to be Ina cataleptic Be, was buried ou
&today last. At Mistime of her Westmont, we are
informed, no evident* of deo'omposition bad takes
place ; the limbs were perfectly flexible, and Mein
was a tots! absence oPthose signs usually attendant
upon death. Bouts six days bad elapsed since she
harkbeen in this condition, during which time the
house was netted by crowds of people, sottiatad, Ito
doubt, by a morbid curiosity—which to say the Wit
was In rather equivocal taste, arid indicative of brit
Gum Ems . Evasesa.—Prof. ilamboler, the
great magician and necromancer ' Is now giving!
series of entertainments at Couolirt, Hall, at which
very valuable gifts are bestowed to the holden of
lucky numbers. The gifts will be distributed to dm
satisfaction of the audience, and the pries of tleitim
will remain es heretofore. For • rare night's enteir
' tainment, go to Comsat Hall, and if you am lucky
you will eertaluly draw • prise.
HELD rot Formica HZ/Li/Mi.—Wm. Morrill,
the lad charged with obtaining 'noir, email swine
of motley, by forging the boozes of ififrarent Jodi
yiduala has boom held to 'mower a further boning
Srn t. oe Tatar..—The ejectment case of Wo
vs. Hap, before Judge Dampier', and the cue of
Stewart ve. Patterson, balers Judge WI liams, are
still on trial in the District Court.
Gov. LIITCHZI, of V. nil, has eppointed Benj.
F. Blood, Beg., at this city, e Commiseioaer liar
theiState Of Virgieis, in the State of Peediejlnete,
the same Ibling a reappoilitment.
Foil KAIIII/19.-3. J. Mose, Neg., hi. dome
old of the Kann. food.
;Br Denser Dr. O. Bill, No. 24 Pine
exalt, ottani& to all branches of the Dental prcifos 7
AirDOCTOI 0. Besse, Water Ouse and Homo
pubic Pl:lyricist:4 also agent for Rainbow's celebrated
Truss for Rupture'. No. ISO Smithfield Rs
should not fail to reed the adver
lanspenief Prof. Worsl.l. to.n..ti mar. , t
PTO LRT.—The FOURTH STORY
the ELAZIVIIII BUILDING, ler •I. of lITO 30•311 at
oe reasonable lemma Apply to ICHKISTS fI PG,
atmate Omnilns holm
italliaaaltall taught both day and aesting 4 ssparianasel
and skillful Wires..., at taa Imo Oily Oollsgs, soma of
Peon lad R. Oats sta. sTualtit salts at nay
Btosis Fooo.—Attontion is a L dto
most remarkable and lOWIIIII3 preparatioa,adefirtimid
lo another column. It is ao KOiraly oar Mowery, and
amid Dab* conietanded arab eny of the summons Went
medicines of the day. It te • oertaln remedy for all Ms
dlseunrepecified, and ratecially those of a diroola Ewan.
—of bog Manding—of weeks, months, and year.. punt.
are try Id
Mama. 0.0000 IDu ~ el 'Non Pork. are *sole
seams kw It, and Mao proprietors of the eroriticetiorrited
lk. nalcoes lirraimia Comet, an ertiele .010.0 mery
Mother Mould bane in her medicine claret la ninef wog
ca n as It does, no paregoric et opM say
Mod, It can be rig upon elm tan ottecea confidsike,and
roll O. foetid an I ahad. artesian in ell mem of titikatikt
deajtee adesettiement g ab. ale by 6110.1. lITIU
11.4enk1/0 Wrest et... Plitstair Pa. delfilikailla
Important to Faml
Save Time, Troutap, and Expense
Sli E TUB
'ARTICLE . YOU
One pound equal to din pounds
Penn'a. Salt Mannfact'g.Co
06661.2. 6 Oreters In the Traltea 0666
FOR THE TIMES
ItVgairEIODY SHOULD bussotunio
TILE Ant RICAN
BY J. -111BRESICR1
W. MIER AN ST" NIA YORE
• strictly coemathro tionthly Pobltent con
64 mut folio. ns oonahlung of Political, Oodillmrcia tl Ml
Monty .*o. an all torment avatar, New IMMlcattotm
and Worts o Art, locator eitti • Kontbly gammas, of
- foreign and Domestic News. Also, an crlishial melee of
alopwhW4 Ulatarkal sad Matallta Angela, lad Dicifoot
Lltamtach by the matt able melons of the dap In ovary
4 od In fact every lean of trite, posltion or Inisafor oboala
• Tun iinruffor OONIIIIITATIVZ gIIVINIr
1.11 be Oddly corotrel lb It. charade, mod rill rodeavor ,
ha all emorgencise, to annneet oil= of 'peAcy:tbee cora
LottALlth Night nudjuelloe. iner NM to attey all part? or'
Nene& mud mooch, to each ateer th, hosals
elemente that ore or In the Man aritetrthe public WWI.
N. B. The first number of the !ANIIIIC/IN
0011111111TATIVI Review Will be burned on the
let of February, 1361. ,
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nisiNtailooti, meets ho addomesed to the /whim' amain.
Wirt lisrushlow York.
'First.ohow Agents wanted in every city of
the Poke(' BOtes. jalm :wife i
QQNDRIES-9 Itege Butter, ;
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).WASSIMOTOIri lan. 16.
I Boose.—kmong other prelimisery butineu, Mr.
'Jerrie, of Maryland, presibeted a memorial signed
by twelve thousand chizetis of .Baltintore, weir
poetize of partj,priying for the adoption of the
Crittenden compromise. He said if tt was the de
ars to tranquilize the public mood, it could not be
does more effeetnally then by the adoptioo of that
spellers. Laid oat t he table.
The Souse went tote Corsuattise of the Whole on
ths state of the Union on Ina Army Appropriation
; Mr. Reagan, of Togas, said he bad come hither
With the hope that snob measures might be brought
forward by those who have the power to control the
euestlon, as would enure the South of its future
Security. The Repubßeans bath held. sullenly back
Sad declared that they bad no terms of poses to
nln dew of such facia, filth States hive already
geine out of the Union, and others are Tepidly fol
lowing them. . Unless something' Is done before the
','Mt of klatch to Mthat this movement, ere Will see
'but RS Southern States in the Beton. The WS- I
'inroad* conflict bad culminated too soon-for its
+authors, and behold the . result.. Thyme
t ution handl
'talon and dilatation to the South, es of
the Velem and they have readied that !ogled end.
;Ile ptheroded to show the condition of the noires..
No portion of the world could compare as favora
ble in its Maniere as .these of our owe ; would
the north, if they were felted, accept th em as free
men—you would fight the Smith with all your en
ergy and power si ain .. oath au influx, and yet
you damned that the Soutbehall liberate four mil
lions of slaves, and break up thew social order sod
commercial and political prospects, and yet MIAMI
its negro element among us You never consider
the relative position of the two races, and
what is to be the cud of your conduct.
he spoke of the destruction to manulacturers end
commerce which would be produced by the abo
lition of slavery. The cry of trauma had bele
raised against certain States • and the blockade pl'
their c oncerned ,d hut if this be attempted
those o will, like a famous G I, find
a fire in the trout as well as the rear.
He knell al so Southern State that asked more
than its conetituticase rights, and so far as Texas
is eoneerned •h unalterably determined sever
to admit to less, and if she reward get her f ights
in the Udon, she will have them ont of it. The
Nor hero sinter. hare dons Dwain, to eh lir the
Soo hers State. that they shalt have security in
the Solos, because to give Southerners their cos
stitttlonal rights would be to diobsad the Republi
can party, bat by a smithies of the constitution,
they are enabled to make war oe the flouth i l
Mr. Stanton said that the speech of the entle
man from Tens was extraordinary. While skiff'
for measure• of othiciliation from the . Republican
rode, to athth civil war sad dianthus, yet he 5135,
the party which just elected the Preeidest Can only
pleserve itself by the destruction of the govern.
meat. He would inform too gentleman that the
principles on which.thinovernment were founded,
cannot he surrendered ender, any threat of civil
war, and it the principles of the Republican party
are not to be vindicated historically, and as tense.
crated by the fathers of the Republic, then he
should be prepared tonbandon and surrender the
organization of that pasty. He was ready to main
tain that the Republicae patty ha no purpose,
principle. or policy, not a-auctioned by the epub
During the proceedings, Mr. Crawford said, in!
reply to ■ remuk of Mr. Manton, that Georgia hod
semed the forte because they wore intended for her'
protection and defence, and taken all the rape-,
Mr. Stautoo said he uudemtood that Georgia'
take. neon herself the inauguratiou et civil Wan,
and makes no pretence of conditutionei jyriedic „
tree for her act. •
Mr. Hill said that Georgia has not seised any
portion of the public propeity. He wits willing
for an amendment to the Constitution in order to
remove a deluaion, preveateg the Federal Gov
trOrnent from ever interfering with Amery in the
State.. except by the onsets:m vote of the States.
He was: also willing to remove the agitation on the
tat titatini question, by admitting New Mttxico all a
State, in accordance with the recommen ,lion of
the Committee of 33: II
Mr. Root, Ark , es a member of that Commltlee, pro
tested that no snob reeethemndatlon bad bee made
to, that Committee, He did not understand that
anything had been e t p . troved bythat cataalital• on
a direct vote U• loved they relLdisted what
purported to he a report.
Mr. Genies of Vs,' obtained the floor when the
Committee rose, sod lbs Rouse adjoolllod.
SILNATII.- 1 1 1, Bayard, of Delaware, presented a
memorial from citizens of Delaware, Without rasped
of party, praying for the plumps of the Critteaden
Mr. Seward alth presented memorials from
citizen. of New York coneerateg the state of the
Mr. Kennedy, of Maryland, presented the mem
orial of citizens of Frederick, hid, without reprd
to party, asking the adoption of the Crittenden
Mr. Cameron: of Pennsylvania, predicated. a
rethlution, changieg the same of the steemboat
3465 C. V 5111110111., of Pittsburgh, to the Hanson.
Mr. Bigler, of Pentisethania, prerouted e i tibt
memorials, praying that the proposition of r.
Crittenden- be submitted as ameadmeate of the
Coustitutron; Tabled for , the greyest.
By special order Mr. Orittedleate rethantilthe
were taken op.
Mr. Clark, at Now Hampshire, offered an mused•
meet, striking maths preamble and the first rethi.
letioe, and insert a declination that the provisions
of the Constitution are amply sufficient for the
p Tidos of the Union.
Mr. Green, of Mo., taking the floor, said that
the precast CaltalllatiOD in it. providea is good
enough for the whole Heim. I hold that Staten
hate a right to secede. A State bane right to go
oat es it name in r and there is so power in the
government to pusish the secedies States as they
are a sovereip quit. 1 am for immediate secesnion
tl my State is, and 'my State will be, unless there
be a revolution in the northern pnblie unitised.
The further consideration of the readotion was
The Pacific Railroad bill being the special order,
the Senate refused, by a note of t 2 mas to 38 nays,
to poster:we inaefinitely the Peelle Mailroad bill.
Mi. Rim, of Ulan., objected to the .proviso that
the Iron used in the emmusetioti of the road
be of Asinine othoufacture. The price died for
the out should also be only $l6OlO a mile from
Lake Superior to the Rooky Mountain". 'There le
out a elates in the bill whieb binds stockholders in
Mr. Gehl, of Califorola, said that his constituents
were in favor of . the bill and were willing to take
anything that was presented. By this bill die gov
ernment has a first mortgage on the road. Within
12 mouths after the bill become a •law the greatest
°Wad. Will be overoome, and we will have a road
to the Sierra Nevada and the Wadies mines.
Mr. Lane, of Oregon, said this le an objectionable
bill, and this Is not the time to pass a Palate „Tian
road bill. Let us firth take op the Crittooden reso
lutions, and by their pusses remove the real difll.
eultiet that environ the nation sod restore pests.
Ur. Crittenden opposed the eonetdefatiott Of the
Peale* Mil while the country waste danger. Save
the Data first, and then legislate en this metier.
Several amendments lime voted on, and pending.
the eyes and nays on one, the Banat* adjourned.
Iticaroen, Va., Jan. 16.—1 n the Senate th-day,
Mr. Heal offered the following joist reeoletien :
WilmsAs, The sanding of reinforcameits to
the forts sod inseale in Virginia ha. ceased Pi.
easiness and is the same of disquietude among
the eitisees of the commonwealth,
• Resolved, That the President of the Melted
State■ be respectfully requested to inform the
State government of , the object of the Pederal
Government is seedleg the increased forces afore
said, and whether, in his °pinkie, the object of the
erection of said strongholds fur the defence of the
property in Virginia is likely to be realisedl
The resolution lies over ender the rhies.
It the iioll ll 4l Mr. Pattersoe_offered a loiet read..
itlUbll to appoiet Hoes R.X. T. Hatter, Wes. C.
Rives, John J. Allen, end George W. Simisies, to
correspond with the government/ of ell the States
to ascertain 'on what terse, If any, the tinged
Union can he preserved, and If they Gannet, then
upon what terms tad with- what States • arils con
federacy can be totaled, which Will metre to the
people of Virginia the fail enjoyment of their
rights sod report the resin to the State Coniestion.
Pell:mot to the Committee on Yederalltelatione.
The Alabama Commiesioner addreued ;the Le.
gielature to-day. , - .
annwono, Va.. Jan. 115.--10 the klouse, to-day,
a bill to Ciliate an ordnance: department was re
ported end referred.
A resolution was offered declaring tluit the
further strengthening of form , - is" Virgishiland the
removal of arms and other mileltloin ofWU
the assails witbie her limits by the (edited gov
ernment will be looked, epos as a menace of war,
led pledging the faith or Stat o restore_
forts etc. inset. it they are estrosied_to bet keep.,
lag is nest of a pastoral reitorailon - 01 Weirs, anal
Is I dinolution to account for thistle the
equitable division of the ratan property. Inferred!
to tbs Comiiittee on:Peden! gelation*. I
Resolutions were repotted - Mid ordered to
miaterl;lsolinglo • the holding of a National inn
uendos at Washington, os the 4th of February,
consider some plan - of *dimmest. '
ItAl.maz,N. 0., Jan. 16.—The Beasts. wee ea-,
Aged on the contention bill all Asy.,,b de.l
at no vote
wee Wien. The Tootle Mostly toad
Idle of the bill and there ore no ladteattohe he'll
will result. . The /1011111.11111 riagiella . la day. aid
dboitalting various eateedwests to .theewirelou reel ,
elation. Many epesehei -Were made,' but no Tot
woe taken. All the meinhein: sari ti ; agate
ociareloa• bat some mists theinerleia et, tat'
tight of mareelloa.' , The debate wee* &Aerial,
MIR eitilePOlL ... ''
Atte mowed it Newtaus list night bleb dart
keyed thicoaii Hones and ;Altai! beildia . . . .
' Ctresuinor, Jas. 14.—Goi . Pi a lumna.
ea aid to Port Seater 0 leer o'clock' th eludit,
ritlritipaigiee for MO. Aide eciu In np l
toted to be ht ?Giulio ' lei the *ualter ler oicepi
g the aunties of tb•Calditil it , tubleitai,
bet Dodds; hu ineepirodt , 1 _
fildertlit people bunt bull quid. tbe wall, Pr 4;
hue Is Wog pasted isiidly forisrd. 1 ' j
04 wee voted dewslathe Bum ietipiesiof.
attres, is-Ay,,, pruldleg: for the - mainline' . q
meths of 'yawn theitbiligtli , X ,li Fti td !Or
ailipeplinl' Di idiot visitor. , „.I,
- Wanini•sor, Lis dais 1144 :
yaw &Web kaa'beissi, s
*mei ' Situ ileitis
miles dist ski dactyl". /4'18'1404 1 W . diva*:
viiisiou liss`diloshislis IL ssajoriwiprn
'.• 15, - istitrarilegoudiattl tic ti
cesMindasad NAN& '
*plod iiiiiii bin; dis nillyiag
Mat, ii. v
.46A.TiEIT FROM, 11 4 11R0PE.,..
i:.::LOTI T SI at Our' iltallibili Preit"' . ..' .'
!law. YOIiON ;es l&—The .eisentiblp Blamed
has wired With Liverpool .and Nonthempton Wee
to the 19th hist. ' The Atli Golden Star from Mo.
Ml,' for 'Llietpool; has been wrecked near Watford. •
The eaptal4 his wife and servant girl, with sixteen
of the ma perished. She bed a cargo of 3, 750
balm of eoGon:
The rates, of discrount had been advaithed by the
Bank of Ragland to six per cent.
The bombard emt of Gaeta Wu oontinued:
Francis 11. dates fogs on board of a Spatibh res
eal wary night; returns to Gestate the morning.
The French ha left Gaeta.
The Brenton b gs $380,000 in specie.
Victor Remus 4at Turin.
The Suirierot o Austria has pardoned and libera
ted Count Tekeli, he having protoliedlor the future
to be a UMW fl eet.
[The Emperor elm sanetloned th e 10001110111- .
then of Modica wth Hungery. I ,
,A part y fermi g th e annexation of Rome to Sar
dinia., made a d °nitration at Rome in the Oath,.
deal on the 22d t.
Dates frnm Oh no to the 19th of November have
been ntheired xi St. Petersburg, but they 0004110
na news °limp° nee. •
'threat Rothe the Austrian premier. ' ii said to:
'hive neighed. , His resignation , however; heettot
, boa* definitely liceepted. Count fdensdorf, It- le
L mild, will probably theeeed him.
Limvpoid,Jon.l.—The galas of cotton yesterday
11112%. 8000 balm, Including only 1400 bales for sperm
tattoo and export. The market alomul yesterdayun
changed, but the seculation had been checked bj
bank rated of dbmon p nt haying Nan advaneed to 811
! l ondmy Dee. 31.—Conscls closed at 92} 92} for,
amount, ex die.
Wnernharon Cress, Jan. 15.—The condiut of
Capt. Arent:Dug In surrendering Abe Pensacola
Navy Yard is very strongly disapproved by the
ministration. For several months the workmen
there bad not been pald,.aud had been subsisting
on the government rations
Mewed %abhors, of -.Wisconsin, and Tapp'',
of New Hampshire, of the Committee of 33, have
signed the following es a minority report :
Resolved, That the proviaions of the constitution
are ample for the p ion of the Union and
the protection of all the material Interests of the
country, land that It needs fobs obeyed rather than
:amended, and our extrication from the peseta
'clifficultiie is to be looked for in efforts to preserve
'the polies, and protect the .pnblic property, and
enforce the lawn, rather than in new gusninteee
I for particular interests, or comproteisee or conces.
'stoma to eareuonable destined..
Wuniaavon Cur, Jan. 15.—Dispatahu noised
to Southern dulls lay that Georgia will secede by
'Saturday. On the heppe tang of this event the dale.
gable from South Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Missis
sippi toe Georgia will repair to Milledgeville to in
stitats al provisional Government, and elect &Pfeil
dent and Vies President, pro tampon, bealdu pro
viding for a federal army, and other.. defensive
N. Ministers wilt 'at OW* be dhlftlehed In
the foreign paean to _negotiate - • '
Wiadziovois, Jan. - 15.—Lieut. Hal lr direct from
Fort Sumter, zed Col. Hayes, on the part of Snell'
Caroline, arrived here thin afternoon, the - precise
object of their mi.eioh has not transpired further
than that tt ban' ,referente to: we undentioding ,
between the two parte! so as to avoid - a conflict.
It Ia isierlained Outer° Govermient will not at
preseet send reinforembiliti.to - Fort.Semter.
Private'deeputhei ham:Littie ktock say that the
Arkandu Seente has eigetived the bill passed by
' the Benin for a Stite ConXentron. •
WASitIIIIOI9II, ts:—T l is underitood that the
egcntent Sonth Carolina now bere'demand the un
conditional surrender of Fort Sumter, with the
view to avoid the of blood. The admin.
iatratide - kiss ter let considered the proposition.
, . ,
Moiroostrith, Ala , Jan. Is.—The 'Leilalater.
was organised thin forenoon. It will mane its
ectioni to far poselble daring the session to
Walter* arising Iron the action of the oonthation.
The Governor's therrnge urge. the cerement, of
Itlabathalieing it once placid upon a mat efficient
Bosnia, Jan. 15.111 the House of Repreaenta.
Crow Mr. Taylor MU introduced a felicitation ap
propriating a sem of money for the purchase of
proridions and etores for the relief of our suffering
Yellow countrymen in South Carolina.
hficon, Ga, Jan. 15.—Additional troop' have
been ordered to Pensacola. The Auburn and M
enai Guards lett this morning and the Tristegee
Zonaies will leave to-night, and other companies
Lotrismarm, Jam Courier publishes a
War. from Col. Mantua Damao, Secretary of the
late Union Convention, oppoelog coercion and fa
voring a confederacy of the whole, slaveholdlog
Raw Yosu, Jas. rteamahip Bremen,
troul o Southamptoo, on the .26tb oh, bas arrived
belo . She will be up at 3 orelork this afternoon.
ii/XPTON ROADS, Va., J 00. lb —llls 11. S. Slog p
of War Brooklyn, strived hare this morning.
Ø. Geo. 11. Keyser,
idSDICINEI DE A LER,
Na. 140 Wood Moist, Pitterugh, Pa
0 . 0 • 0
TRUSSES 0 FOR THE O URS OF EIER.I.A
• OR RUPTURE. -
Mardis Radical Cure Truss.
titter's Patent Trues.
Fitch's Supporter Truss.
Self Adjusting Truss.
Banning'e Lace or Body brace, for the
Ours of Pro Wen. Dsrl, Pilo; Abdominal sod rptasl
Dr:B. S. Pitch's Silisr-Plafed Suppottst. -
Pile Props, for the skport and care of Piles.
Elastio Stockings, for weak and varicose veins.
Fdaslic Knee Cape, for weak knee jointer.
Ankle Supporters, for weak ankle joints.
Self-ljeoting Syringes; also, every kind of
Da. itcrasz has also a Truss which will radi.
rcally cure Hernia or Rupture.
Office at his Drug Store, Nol 140 Wood at.,
ifgn of the Golden Mortar.
Ds. KITS= pemeribes In mere of CH RONIO DISDASI2
aid baa Ineirennenta for ownixes mid almost wary
at enquiring earehenloal mipport.
06LVADICI BATTIRY or WHIM 111A01'610 MA
OM DU for medical pulsate, of a vary eapribr lucid, will
be eons Orme! ranfem &awe, wherever as express race.
rips • realltume or Tell Dollars . Addl.=
I DR. 03110. B. DRUM
No. leo Wood inn" Vitt•barals, Ps.
Belting . and Packing.
Our GUM BlidLTIll l 3 l ban retrengiti ma r e
its purpoos -- and ienrealy arn mother hightailing
Uwe once it bas. •perfectly =oath and nun sorfairi, *ad
VIII Ina itrallibt with a perfect bearing on tbn rifler. It
is inenakieturad by spartlentre prnank whereby tr In ands
to withstand Magri soodogrrnfarenbale, *Moat Wag
ifirnoload the taverna
not diminish lin plia
bility. It la therefore not only valuable kr ebeltrniti apex ,
imbrue but apeetally adapted to nillistand axpaeurn to the
*Wii, and eau ainetantly inn Iv wet plum, idtbout
Our LIAT el lin Bib Ir TING' butanalrall knows:
Oda Orinuondly as the beat article of the kind in us% to
'prarrniblek ma can give any number Atha bent radon:row
Our GO IN PACKING iiittiat nude try Oa Nork
• • puny, to argot (Sandmen patent :em le
I known to be supartor quality. It le oonsiderod by•
onm mod hirektessie Indlopernern libertine stern
nt. 'a to to mad% en no otbn matutainin lag so much
nlastkity, which will grnidno kW! a degree of torn.
' . 233 'Liberty St,oppoldle Watt ol Wig&
103-4 um Oridiern, Lem Wilber; Bolt Mob and 'Rhein
slums on'hand: JalkerT
REMDi 11.111a0! MU 01
Gab 1:111nolt. July IYm,ISOO.
)(mat Jose WS/O , X* CV "1, 1 ,4 =
, Yam *lavabo% Ao .
bor duo* wonders , woo 'boar deopoodoot aadotWtd
whoa I Applied %sod Ilvo boas the chills were t•
bad no lent boo oidowL. , It I. tbatolgulctill. l4 l 6 ?! .-
lad a brooder ot palms or art. I would tot be talon. um!
rupiodas • shytlie , boar, By onoteatly waft( It o
treat to be 441kPita" ' Xe l. " I"7l24l.lirotri.
_ MobU.; Alobvint,Ja 1851.
I biro born iniedulted from *Arm by Os ap
plication of your wonderful .Inpiotbo." or .torsionyfursr
Minn?. Frif oolong yowo I him ituflored ivory *boo
lma fair and nue. Loot fitoliott lifo woo thresteno4
tut your rotoody his **yid the MINIM NW ao rop
Idly golulog on of panto aid otronifth. • ' -
• - ltowoucolkf, yours; •D. DARIO,.
This truly wonderful prooildfot and pars for Prow sad
At* sod *ow Awn% b sent - by man, pat poIN
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Insignia end Country Blom. • ,
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stontkVs. Womb : Moo, Doak of Coonoiroo'clulldrofi,
How Tab. -Odor*.
-JeltHwier ' • ' ;OWN' mum IClt.
PULL tiTOOK of Rag indiltraw. -
AbIa,.H&IDNARII PAPHILIo Wan lavoodo by
• • CHADWICK A SON;
. . N 0.161 Wool istroot• Pittsburgh.
QSXDS-16 bble. Flax Seed;
117 f blob Timothy Brod—tar su
s t r i zoN,
A MC!) APPLES-10 swim 10 bbli,j
med! lbr mais by NUNS 4001/11.4
! earner Weed uA WromitA ,
ICIEOO POLisEleSby 40000nd
terser Moist sat Not sto.
02 3 3 2 8 hhdi. N. 0. 84ir r, 'd
'WHITZ atANB-I,soks N.
'TT .40.411:4.1* jai - Crop.ju''
„ . Kahn iimnuir,,
CLOVE M. 81111N:--10 sub' jut
obi te, Off MN
twfnac-APS-4 bbL,ibi&laced ti
vw b 7 -
*E b• •
coltiggizam - R C 11D.
COILNITTIN'43. prt BADLRY.iamok POI.:AN111) LI AND
Jossra Drivoitta. P. P.
3asu NAIL, ' J. 7. Ortuorcij
C. IL PAAMAA, JosEva its,
PITTSBURGH MARK tO.
[Report. , alpoially for the -Pitlebn dir.etta.l
„ • •
Pirrunamt. 'ltterwev. J 15, 1661.
Radiuses eh:ond .11161 Improvement vod y4tbe trans•
netkme in IN Naling articlea being news 1 k hi/e Ni
ers erne dm with: an *dewing tendency, The grand
however, amoluNe to be reetrie.ed 0,41 tr'ide.:
/LOUR—continues quiet with hot little or tliing doing
aside iron thecityl tram. We note the folio let ealeg
saw. i /tetra. IN. New. Nee,
50 nbts 711. 1 , ---
BO do OORR
ti do • in ...... •
Zi do e6' do .•--•
7n do •wi do
'27 do •wi . 4 06
011002111159—Humw—eteady. Was al
74, NA do do I..hoice at 7Na.. Selaters
-70 bble at 34taaq 16 do do at 34c; and 15 b
Sin Codoe—Belle of 10 bared 10,, and 1
.l continue to meet with •11
Baled Now Woes of 125 bash at 27c; 294 d
278 dodo fro.* &mot at 252.- Barter—Sal
Boring Nil 11611 On private term. We
trennaotteme Chord or W beet' •
01111288—Sales 01100 bee Ret 100.
Imre et Ile.
VERO—BAN of li&libe 80cola at BSc It
Slip Notre .476 d. • •
WIIISKY. 4 4I.Ies of :2 64441 Rectified
b and 4me:
011.—Bal of 71
$1.1 5 1:14 2 .
do thole.. %t
IN to the 6.
hb1;11 not tab
1/I Dbl. '
MOM Ilir •
01110M:1 id ,
et* Ili 10114.11 R,
not naraeOroatk ,
Pah. WM ;M
gyring at 7 340,
do at 16o—RO id a,
am: 10,00 to
to atom, 700 bl
Not at 17%0
by sample it 40
165 bay at 41.•
I .isz,a 12 2119 I
rel by the qter
The Beek Iva
elr. bat It me
moat. V, I
gal,* at 1
ad I.t ,
Wa =ilex b.
a b a w y m pal
Dr, 0.0 d...
Blur* /soh $3,142,16: $4,
ft Collar The receipts love beau 10.' i
• geed demand pekes; have advanced
Lair closing today at 4f,5444t0 winin
Friday. The mhos °lgloo mob hove .m
hbds. loclodins WO today We now
Interim . end Refining
common to Good Ounintoo--
golr tro fully
Prime to Choke--
OentrOogni and Clarified
The wilarfor the correepond hog w I
*bout 200 aud we quoted Mir
Wielos ren•lptil 4210 bad. egelost
leg week last you. Total receipt. •
01,806 bias evilest 66.071 te the um
The exports of the meet have boe
2114 to }'law Turk s mad 249 to Philede
Plaelees—The receipt& have been
tad •liti • fair dtllllllld rime bar
flonnews the mark. opining et the
WOE eV 21(4424c fur prime. and clo
Inferior and threnenti y gelling et I
gods, pt 23®24e.
Theo*42.. . ny to loot evening embr
wed bundreli half bbl.. To-d•
SOO beg Ibis have don sold at the • ,
101.1 (qt . the week of 9430 bble.
recelpte 9,710 Obis .vein.
spoodijog week last year. Total re
&pearlier, 117112 bar ageing, 143,1
Tbexports of the oreet embreca
Lb% taj WIWI:. 775 to New York,
VA to Phlholelphth—lN 0 Plc, Joh
Titian Imo bat lithe cheap to o la the twiny mar.
km og tistarchy, which continues L'ringmt. Backer ere
discounting very osaamaly, and ha 1,011. al the paper that
I. offered Is accepted. There A age ...Intent of confidence
all return Muth; h abundant with II hotly* op the strrat,
and they are Map... 4 to khth it j• t
p ow. Them wma
good lemma! for New York eight gad the muter
Irevery firm.-4010. On. yenerday. a .
Nei Ostsras Slather. lan /I. thir 3.3 mil peleee
declining. Smell sale. of Supra. t Sh.6o. Provision.—
Nam Pork to good demand at full pri ed. Sales of 100 bele
at 1111.60. Lard warm and firm, at 1 Be= to gad de
lased} at 7 and 100 for Shoulder. Mae. WhhkVa
with...A thanes In priern - The ••0 nrmanoren
In fair dom.& and the market firm 006* for folly
her to choice. 10,000 /Aids Were Welledoaring the week.
Noisome In activademand at full prime Prime to choice
=With 18,600 brl. ware recelmddarlpg the wmit. .Coffee
la gcmd demand, thd tba market Orm Sala. 1.000 bag. at
tinkly to prime. Bight Excatigeoa New York %c
ClllOOO Moult HALM, JAI a—The week has hem
an eventful one. lanuedlately slier the.lst of January th
clothe b,gau to decline from the high lisle-10 ceat--rd
which It had rated for Same Mt I.e.**, the fall alatinntlng
to almost • peak 1111 11 reached 3 1 dent, and that Uwe,
though dill three them above what' l Might to be, gave
theist asthfactlon to our diernantile coteranaity. Thle work
the merkst opened with • thing mcsth sod weal op till I.
reacted 8 *cent pier yeeterdbf. Ali might be expected,
the demand ha. become very light, end mat /Albs back.
unhit the market outer today. thong% the entreat rte h
still intlotairrd. The buying prim ar„:7@7% Banks deal
Ilk. to glue ever 7.
Witbm the het two or three dein ma leen. that large
purchase. of path ham then wish brinertlisots and ably
refilled to Math olassuge. NltOnid Abe rate remsla al Ito
prekeat agave, tbli policy will he Airy generally adopted
by ally's° bare larg. hmittano •N. make It teed
very emend...lly to regal...ha exchthge mother And twirl
/owe thanece to a 11.100 taut.
tiold—buyiag nominal al 6, millagg Slant preen. Little
Imports by ftitritr.
31EW ORLEANS—per low•-164;&•144 cotton, Olathe &
coibt I,bd4 sugar, R Itabiaoo I co: 33. do d0..444D00n1d &
Athonikiw 3 do du, Woman & liirkil do do, 39 004 mob,.
ten, Jr 'liftman; 100 bola naolowoor Jobo 41aCtimbi &ow
404 do do, 11e4d & 004 141114ky, Wai &
30do do. McKay; dodo; Ir hyoch;l3 bbl.
p ilnydiin; 2 olds sugar, 1 do ,bitahmeth D H Man; b
I.4hs aloilswen,J 11 At mown; 1 W U Jtoillsh &
col t tin paintings, Win Holum, & to, 3 1:016 nor, 2do mo
le/ma, B Dant ta wooly Obis, Dpeiwer 1 Ontrsid; 20 bre
otitrob.J 11 0011•14 4 kip, 1 bbl, Drownivrille boa& 13.1.414
•1•11101, Hower Wrlnot; lot and b34l,B3torns, 8 Dilworth
1 co; do do, R & J Watson. do do, Diwi B Jona. & CO: do do.
to Fawcett: b 0044 maw, M RBI*
Imports by 4!1:illroad
P 1 1 1 W A 0 It R-100 888 11.1441 Bradley; 100 D do do .
Dubow /I Thomas; 100 do do, dopes it Lamb; U
ICD do' do,
dcboulakor id Lang: n .
odo do 111. Mwdakll 10 do Mk
Willaee; 100 do co, W DI agbaw;Bllpale brown., A D Par,: '
2as whoa., I,l4.llruartb; 28 as :pedail../ 8 Lyoo A o0;1
cod wheat, D Wallace; 2 tad al ~ ;Cloontnighana & co:7 .0.
beano, 4 lop lard, ehrlror k DI worth; MI tone Don ore,
j Ikloollwed; 21 tka pearls, T J , ado; 7 kbla, II L VA
...tack; 3 theepod kook Watt A • . Iwo: 1 kr poolte), Mc-
Donald A Arbackle;2o 01l bbb, kl' MoCkaote A etc 160
baechis boom., 11 Cover; lobe Ogre, A do Owls, R Too,.
'"Id: '-. L I it.' ' •
vhdld ertlgjturl 1 . 11k0.; 31 N. tar?
Illlciluttoosti; 6 Dbl., I La - boN63. RoOlroo • co: 41,
loatber, UN FR Itdott; 26 balm nloarr, EA pipe 63., IdcWol
Oey, N•rf A cd: AN de. A46allool.lppincotl A 03; 42 ba
o tootti,(Nora, Amith t oo; 37 oxa;a2Le.ro, Larch Butetdo
rn: 2 tab. Daher, N Norm: WOW. YoNNA ro: 122
aropty Lb* PreNoi4Jobartos I car Iron ors, &moo,
rrrrio• A co; Ido do Joon a ll, I dodo, Noway. Walls
co; 4154 lord, No drrNo :
. 6614 floor, 10 bap orsai; J A let r; 6 ch. clovers..d,
Ool)or; 1 car caAN, 6 Rowley. .
BLIV kat 111' . 11C WS.
The Tiller le *boat etationimecirew of whit 6 feet le the
by the vier mark. t The member . ..ileum eft"
eeft .ad dMagremble, and the 'mileage . ..ma ere fee mble
Whether blig flyer. The love le from New Orleem
,'lrlth es excellent trip, conelstlor ;Meetly ot mullesee
.aaff oottott. i 1:! •
14pr Th., Jan. 16—inerou . 9,4l2 lnglaeln
012,100 Wee at 1214012%. Meer declined; 10 OP bblr
. .011.c0 decline of ea; brew V i ld. Wheat dull sod de
.fled to; eare 41,000 tuna et 0214 falerfplio'r prier
SLOWS° Pallreakee Club, 111,29101,52 fur.red Wriben
end sip far white. Oro lame; sebe '04,6.200 &alb; at
• decline of le ;mixed 7042014 Pea den er_Pfhl bc
W. $1312 1 4 fur prame., , ,,fard ault:slMolo3k.
%%hay Chas IoW ';
hen Ifeez, Jo.. 16-4lnur beeedremihibrilb•
elosM dear but Crud 7000 t°lo wen, add at It 40500 .
Vi'tgl ler Mere; 0.7100 $5 54.59,5 N li e 550010 fur
somber. ;Whonverlee 12,000; bar se'., hales et le;
rd worths, $1 Seat NI; *1,45 $1 2001 far .11111eseld•
OWN 21 00; C6aceeo.llooo, 41 COOL Y3 . .': Care figm;
3.000 besb.rold at Tlc for old white warfaemid .10e ter
new yellow. Widely dull elloh,liedelptC,ef deer. Oh
ben , . chit 2,126.
11enibearaJeu.15.-F l our &nu had of llosird se $5 02
Wheat hardy at 71 0001 13/1 fcaral,and 111 61 for
Oac 31 blear; raw villa sed3alo9 194110.e01d white
Pinvedona; hub $17.4a Lad 100. Coffer
Weedy el 1214 c. Whisky amen . Si • 340. -
Hosige o m , ei oy Tackle% • ,•
For Wheeling, Marietta-'Parkersburg, Pores
roy, Point Pleasant, 1411inolis, - Gyandotte,
Vadetsburgh Ironton sud - Portemouth..
' ' "
TIIIE now said 'is egunt steamerard
simian LOT, 044. Lica/rat= trasaall:
11111 WOO Pittsburgh kV 611 , 4.5411DP1M5DA1 klututsltai,
at 10 o'clock, for Pm ummutti B ginuarimusralandior.
Itoturalug, wW lass* Portskabath tor Pittsburgh army
I.IIIDAT at 12 o'clock m. totiratigil ar polars apply au
beard, or to uola runt, wain as a nu. says.
-.RAP FOIL lattirrillati-ab tam astir
imor Mak GRAHAM, Copt. Mows Atro
tor Oat oboe sad 01l httfigIMPIUNIX P0114‘. 1 7 - Wal t rar
al~r. w. tat tteagta or prate apply oil Wont, or to
r - ' 'Maki ltattalta aON WEL
MINVELOPS, DIARIES, ,Id emotaudnpi
Do ants, Par Ufa; 047 Bask...ki
pat panne Waal sal rd eta
111.1 ht PAOKINO-All thick° iLACZ
O.BTEER. sox MOM coeNta siva= ao
Ail, OR 64... Sys Liberty 4764, oppoidts lid of Wood
pitertirs N. Di Lamm
• 0 INT'=25 bblt earrilominy
pr wen lAtt
1.1 t /. 43411AMILD 00. IPltst sear-W%
tRI)--10 kegs Ni
*lmo be bite by
num.% atinuumoof row 7 andftwo
NAM woos its
'LAWS. stirsaloa GOIPPga' 0111 " •
PARIS., arcoaDlK a co..
MANIIPAOTURICRO OP SHLAMING,
MAMMY'. wad • BOLT JOPPIR. #llllslllo' COP
PNY UOTTO.MR. Maim! Still natAaea, Spettar
Alm, importer.. God D.. 1.. •la ILICLILLS, cut PLA
4Rie6T WON, oobsisatly
ifibr.td;tai and .6.46.
Winijus/;•,,Ne. 149 Arai and 120 &wood and.
arliPerlikl °rains*? OoPiir lotto a., diber, pawn,
HAIR DTB-HAIR DYE-BAD; DYD.
Wit. A. ISATORSLOR , II HAIR DTI: 1
66 6 ou
I . Ltd. N 0 at
rdH Salim al
• lo arrive at
44 do at IMMO
Tie Orisi.4l Gad ha is lie *mid!
All others are mere iraitationi, and ilmoloi
be rvoldod,lf ycnt rrinh to recaps rklloble.
GRAY, RID, OR RUM num ryes toseoeti ro
bearititbl red oAtural Smirk or Slack. uttboot the Mot la
Sari to thetudr or Odd.
FIFTEEN MZDALS AND DIPLOMAS Sari Well Mood.'
dto Wm. Botagor Imo Ina and over MAO
door bard Mim made to Ur HAM of his parted of Wm hr
WM. A. BATOLIRLOILY HAIR DYE prod.... • Odlor sot
to to dlrtlngoirbed from natarir, rot lavauurno sot to
loluri babe leret,hord - wet . lob" Itm.i blottioUriord,abd the ,
melted. of Doll,Dyes rocoodtrd; th• UAW lartgordtrd for
Idle by this Weald ' I
moo; role a applied (In 0 pagan room.) at the
tory, 012 Broadway, New . • , •
Sold la tilt:Wm and torn* or Ilfaltrd:Stites,lry Den
sa" The vendor bee the name rad stbMor ROG it ides'
plate engraving on lbariddos clinch bat, of • • -•-•,
16 606.166.61.166w.T066. •
doing Va. and
Miss= of no
nn pt do liato-
°mi l and 6 ton
a 60 IR
_Don't fail . tO . piooore Mrs. Winslow's Booth
§zmpfor ObildreuTeathleg. It ban nokaalon *nth.-
ißwilytwctliiwwwelw process Of testhhisby soltuoins the
tame, reducing sit ludsunuudloo—wfU silly Wooed Is
4:leek; eeielate the bowel. Depend,
win the nut toloanwilai,wid relief and bialailto yoix
tafsmi: Derh;etty este lo &Deem. , 4, ; •
Thle egueblopreperstleei the gueierfpdas of one of
she iseatesperfeeeed sea ekUftl fetashi Phydelesi in Nevi
ItuAlaud, sad tam bees mod. will.. wwWw4ialleg iwwwwwin
I 61 lA.
ttl i ttf of 01 101 frty aml Diarbotitt Ohildrat.ortltthrt 1$
vfrom Mell.log of from .o other crust. • :
ff Ilft tad httlth ma be tilumaterf by dollin. 4 osate;ls,
is :ken Its Violeta In gold. ' •
Iglolooiof Loftier sr, sold over, you In tho Veinal
thtet. It ...Old tad froll.tried remedy. •
2/3101.1.01iLl 'JS MINTS A ROMA. • ~
4r/rNone geunloeool...th. tacalmiltofolllMai
[118.14.. Tort. to MI Um ousal.le IrrlDDer, '
e.. 14 ss• fbmtirboat 1.50, woad.
OIL Gay..ia• HYTBIIIf, Agent for Plffibtrib. .
$1.448,4 4 M.
ant lo this
.m. 3, and
BATCHELOR'S WIOS,AND TOUPEES .
mpg. all. They ire
,elegentll 1 , eaq and daub's . . ,
Pitting to a chersttio tareloOap bid-O &diking
of the heed; Indeed this fo the only, eletablltlimeat ',There .
theree thing* era properly noderitood Rod made' . '• E ' •
lekttdleT 11111.4 street. Nam York.
lore la I
SHINNY K. COLLINS:
forwardtng and Commas/don Merchant
•m. .r foe
AND , knoissatamismoing
obsese,, BnttAr Seeds;BYSb.•
Ana Pratte. Genuslly,
abut Ks 'lb Weed Sired. Pattsbagi.
JOHN COCHRAN & 33R0.
Iron UsMak, Iron Vomits, Vanle Door
" Window %butters, Window guards, dini,
Jr 'intent, Out ltb
,(4U,o;fair to I
toW mitt on lut
• • otal to about 2000
201* at fathom
--4:••••• biC4 7
lOU yotr omorsood
foli* kir at 7 C 07%
Au. 91 &m ad &red and 66 Third Strut,
(Between Wood ml PITT9DUB/34, Pa,'
116.6 m IMM • rarlogy of am Pattorax,fmady ef4 plari
ea/Mbh, ./kU yam.. PartirAdu attentim paid to'm
dmit4 Oraie Luta. Jobbing done M ohms trotles. , mr9
VITIMOW opcouse 11133011 ,
ItOBINBON, ittnis t mutolat,
rovalowns AND II ACIIIMATIff •
W n.s xtttr•rwroN WORELB,.
' Otdolf. No. Al Market fltrooal. •
Idonstfootorooll kinds of Stem Iftofro and IdUl Mooldn•
• Cunnings Railroad Work, Boom Sop•cf lad Aboot Iron'
lobbing sod Repairing doaeou ohortnott folddlodk)
uo,ltha I.t of rept.,
d•til last ytitr.
VCR Mal., 01 weich
-li,lcal Ilb.nl soar,
toljoeneepunt of the
a •tcklsy at Mate,
7.101 Half bblr tang.
atom. MO barrel.
stioat 8000 bbl. ar.d
.cmyligurn, makilig .
And Donley. In
BOOK,'PRINT, CAP, LIMPER AND ALL RINDS
Hove removed from Na Tf Wool:street to No. A 3 Qmithdei
ItIPT6 for tho
•INtr *Jou tb•
I itibbe am• dot.
[093 3 1111,, of which 339
h 9 to hilutol, It
Stmt. Pittsburgh, Pa.
a.ipeash er Trials for Rags.
No. 54 St. Clair Street,
(BrArlan', N. Building;
RAIL. ROAD 13Plial COMPANY.'
Di1w0rth.......-.—DA W. C. 4well,
(Summon to Z.VI 6 Junta)
RAIL ROAD SPIBERLO • It ..1
- • — END - BOAT SKIMS: '•
Corner of Water Street and Cherry alley, .
saMplie ' PIST131101t0k;
Pittsburgh Steel Works:
mamma-- soul son—. -...irorameesig
JOiTIG3. BOYD op..
IUrANUFAOTIMERS OF OAST STEEL;
In alms Spring, Plow sod A. B. Nest A. ESPELINGVEII
and AXL.liad, Corsa Rom sod Pint _
0c1.9 PITISIBUROII. Ps.
Foreign and Domestio'Bide of Elehuge,
OIitTITIOATLI3 os DIPOSIT,
- BANE NOM AND 81 0 191i1,
NO. 67 MARKET slam, pITTSBUROI3, PA:
163.0ollactiona oe altae principal citlealbroniii
• t the Online Atailor. .P 224.77
- Mrs. Winslow' •
An experienced Name and Temal. Physkisn, preeeati to , ...... ,
- the atiention Of matins her
SOOTHING . .. - . LSTRUP,'..•.,:' , .
FOR , CRILDRArI TEBTRINO,,
which greatly Naito!. the pitons of Lett hin", by *often.
hat the gams. reducinl inffinatoatioo—will allay ALL '
Patti and spasmodic *a a im, sad le . . •
BOUM TO aICOULATT, TUTS NOWELL. - -
Depend upon lt, monism Milli give rot to yeareslyee,' and -::
Relief and lionitii to your Infant*:.. :.
• " '-
W. have pat op sod 'sold this ankle for aloe Miasma.: • ' r
and CAN NAY, IN CON VIDENOIt AND TRUTH al !Sittig, ..... ;
we tuna asthr boon • ms ". • ablate isy_of ritA:'„
''' .4l.4lA NSINSLOWSi • '
'AMID IN A SO
TO errecn. OURS BOOTH /Mk ' a .".... 1 1 8 7 411 -.." ) , - .". ~ . i. ,;
mod. Never tUd we . • kanoran teatime
of disettsfaction by say ow she mint It. Outbs oasitury,
AIL ars delighted luta its operations, and spook lit Wm of ._•:1
comsboodsika •cli Its magical eats and laidicat ...•.'
.tonepeak la this .matter "WHAT Wit KY KNOW,* alter : ~
tan years` experience, AND PLADGII OWL ESPOTAXION; •.,',"'
/OR 'TUB lITLY/ILLMOIT OP MOAT WM MIX DIP "-x .
MARL lu almost every Ingham* IP
where the bitant tint. r _l. 7 -:
feting from pain sad ashatuition, relief will bei found 'ha ..
fifteen or twenty minutia after the syrup le adaithistereiL
This nimble. preparation' is ths prescripts= of one ii. ,
the mail EXYllialigNOED and IIICILIUL NIJOSILI la Now - •' ..
England, and Ass been coisd with NAVAS 'AILING BUD.. . r
OS6B is •
• THOUSANDS Of, CAERE. 7' 7 . 17A,
It mit only relieves the Child ham path, bat hirigiuslos •
the stomach .od bowel., Gamete oddity, 014 tithesexteand- .., ,
eaten testis whale epistle. It Wig altocet.thetently title*'-.-'. l•
Griping In - the Bowels and •Wind C 0110,.. .'..•'L
and overcosisool . " ft ' ialskiil, : lifila* H
S, out speedily r. c a iLiaze pizi medled, eta
• TICIIIIIIIXO, ll._/. l .!_iii*..
' ^WHINY 7
death. ' We . Lel
IIIR WORLD,ha all nee DIBILNYRRY AND DIAS... ,
BA RA IN CHILDREN. whether It attics from teagbaitec ,
WlTAYOE”Dpieiryeeeherwholeet . Oi ,,
• cbll,l gnawing from so Oflarnoing complento-1:10
101. LET YOUR PRIUDIORd. NOR lIHN,YREJUDICIDI
Or OTHREA, sued between you sadoallarhig ddid.
•nd the 'cast .that 1111 BURS —,.e. b. 6r
MIR It—so follow the apo let ado usoilkiee, II timely - twoVi
dlnctlea. lot bang accmposis each bottle: heel
•eoceo• noboo tbo aostmtio at UNITAS A'YENNINIV , I
Roe York. Is on tbe outside .ropler. . -
Palsolgeal Waco. 13 Cedar 'itrut,
PllOl ONLY NI ems foil admix. „
bad' by R. L. ranaawroaa a CO,, aroor Wool. lea
roorth streetralao.OLO. IY. - 1111YERIA,. 140 Woodoteme.,..:
Lu. VIM BIOEL AND filllllllll OZLIDIDITT %%kb
thts pro sodasast wedkirat bop acquired Ilso tts lassalsble2, 4 , '
•In stl. tba abeam. which It , ptotome, I. alle.bre; •
retained tba taunt ytoettlas of ostaatabsses pointy bettislYi
11120480141021 but oolsostly of .thesx."4l4fel ore "atiowar
their Dania lb** Rood - works testily jibe thestosta SUL
tbstn not by tba faith or theeridulaaa. lb caws ofDats,,;;-
Dispepits,' ittlloot _sad' _Lear AD'atkes; Yllans'• - -
Rbsomailtm, Yaws os4 ARDoo.'oDlWootatift 4 014 . 04 . 0 .,
Ck.tal Dmulgersobital itaaltb,sissaratabas•brlSS 4d
ably prated la am tabs mad ireily rowdy. • Hats. odd • 4 •
. 111 O m° thoLik pill. bsiood .ha most d go:v.:woe
tbsestbastLsii &Jassy patina.' —' • •• - '••• 7 '
111UPPATD11 YBIESII ItIeTIPI4II4O Lbaollool •a
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