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HY ERASMUS BROOKS.
TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1847.
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banded injzy 6.* creloek in tie afternoon. Attention
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FOR CANAL COMNIASIONER.
.TOSISPH W. PATTON
put enizzmun , <mom )
. STATIACENTRAL COMMITTEE
TSOMAS E FRANKLIN Lancaster City.
JOHN 0 KUNKEL,
THOMAS DUNCAN, .
JAMES MARTIN, . •
THOMAS C HAIIBLY, York.
WILLIAM M WATTS, Comberland..
DANIEL M SMYSER, Adams.
JOHN P WETHERlLL,Plahutelphis City.
JOSEPROBERT T CONRAD,H It CHANDLER, •
THOMAS IdeORATII, Philadelphia County.
DILLEIL LUTHER, Berks.
ROBERT M BARD, Franklin.
THOMAS M T Id'KENNAN, Was Jungian.
ANDREW I (RILE, amen.
HAMAR DENNY, Allegheny.
RICHARD IRWIN, Tatman.
JOSEPH II KUHNS, Weems.land.
O 11 D MAXWELL. IBAL Numbs:supton.
J B SALISBURY, Ba?quektrna.
ELHANAN SHMI, Yy
SAMUEL A PURVIANCR,
• sr. •
HENRY S EVANS, Chester. •
ROBERT T POTTS, Montpudell•
ANTEILAISONIC kin) wino COUNTY
in gmrsuatice of the established os*gea or the party,
the -aoristie Itatattamm and NS lugs of Alleghe.
ny comity. will assemble In primary meetings, ist that
several Election Districts, on Saturday Om Eth day of
May, 1647, to elect Dm persons ftom each district.
Delegate* to • County Conveution , to meet at the Coup
Houston Wedneiday.the Sod day of J., at o'clock
A. hi- to pat in nomination suitable candidates to be
supported by limpidly at the general Election in Octo-
Ler negb The Antatossona and Whigs of the townships
(Pitt excepts:di will meet at the usual places fur holding
primacy a ectings, between the hours cm Sand 5, P. M ,
nd those oldie wards and borough* and Pin township,
jgtarma the hours of 7 and 9, P. 51.
Ch'm of the Como( Con.
For LATEST Commercial Intellgence, Dom „ exkle o
luta, River Nears, Imports, Money ala! e , ,
bee fourth Pogo for Illsc'eLlosa 00J Ne
__ .zziw R ir! V N I I E N tI I ; I O , F c T o IIF N . GREss
THE ONE MAN POWER.
' - -It is hard to realise, from reading the Couatim•
thm of the country, how one men, though meo•
pying the high,ofFieit of President of the United
States, can MUM, to the extent practised, pow-
ere not warianted by the Corutitution, or soca.
falls abase poireie; to the mime extent, when con
ferred by 'the Conditutioo• . But In thie, is in
other thine, where there is a will there is a way.
The Extend'', over and over •On, refuse. to
approve of hoes emotional by 'needy ell big pre
deeemors:. A bill for the improvement of the in.
land mtvigation of the country, for removing oh.
struenone from rivers and harbor., whereby the
fruits of ollricaltore indult& may be more mune.
ly,trensmltted from the interior States to the ocean,
sod the lifts of psimmtgers matte secure from
dangers worse than those of the great deep, is
want:say vetoed at ouu session of Congress, and
at the 'next, with appropriations mush minced,
and the bill, if possible. flamed to mid every eb
jeetkm a. the EZMiIiVIN is quietly put irk. the
Pirsidemt's brinks pocket. It is legal, in the
Purliciant's estimation, to remove obstructions
from the Rio Glenda, and to make outdo in
Merico, without an act of Comore ; bat all this
is monstrous when the Ohio, Miesomi,
and the great Lake., are the places of these im
provements. It is legal to expend one hundred
millions of dollars in prosecuting a war of croqueet
and which threatens disunion in the end, and yet
it is nnoonstitational to give a, dollar toe removing
a rock from the Lekm, or a snag from a River.
This veto war opon the life and interests of the
western people, and against the judgment of Con.
grass twice expressed, is an act so bold and so
reckless of life, property, Public sentiment, and the
mama good, that it ought to arouse the indig
nation of the whole country. We propene net to
argue the question with the-Inseident; we say,
however, that the veto of a private claim, like that
for the payment of Rxrilitione committed upon
American commerce by the French, or of a bill
foi clearing out doormat' ohrtmetione from grew
pablie itigit ways leading to the ocesn.or to foreign
porta, ar from we State to another, Is a monstrous
ustopatiem of power. A wise diwretion anques.
llonabli there Mould be in making appropriations,
and the representative. or the people are to be
traded apon each a subject as this. lithe pow
er is not with Congress, It is no atrium. The
Metes woald.not improve riven and harbors if
they could, and could not if th 4 would. The
Constitution itself forbids s compact, agreement,
or alliance between two or more States, without
the consent of Congress, and such an alliance
would be neensary for the completion of any pub
lic work. The emelt of Come= may be given,
has Men given, was given at the last session at
Congrese, toe State company who have power t
hemline the neVigation of the James liver, and to
impose a tax upon upon, vessels pawing on the
river. The Government itself I. a stockholder,
and agrest beneficiaiy from the profits derived
from dock liejd in the Portland and Louisville
canal; and all this Government authority and as
sociation proves the power 'of Congress over the
subject. But it is morally and physically imp.
ale for the Blue to make harbors, construct
breakwelent, and clear _out chinnels. - It be not
their business. econgents: (net the Stab,)
says the Constitution, "shall have power to reg..
late commerce with foreign nations AND noos e
zee IRVILRAIL &exerts, and with the Indian
tribes." Here is the power, and the distinction be
tween Resign commerce is as cruel to the interior
Staten u it is unjust to the whole Union.
Sts and buboes, indeed, are for tide benefit of the
whole Union, and the commerce of the Union, in .
one way or another, shares in every great public
commercial Impr.winnent. The President approves
• bill establishing light-homes, showing the way
to a harbor on the lake, bat an obstruction which
prevents the safe entrance to e harbor, according
total' dewy, cannot be removed! Gen. Jackson
the mentor of Mr. Polk, could approve of such
=novo se those, sad did approve them, includ
ing thirty three of the forlyoline objects embraced
in the edited tells of the lot Concrete, and the re
mainder was for harbors connected with the , ex
ternal Mole of the country; but our vYoung Hick.
ary'l. can find no authority in the Constitution for
thin, though ample powers for bringing on a for
eign war by his simple word of command. Me.
Van Buren, too, coulddo this, but not the bead of
this consaisolime Administration ! He could go
so far as to 'davite the attantien of Congress to
the saueolions and recommendations of the Bee.
rotary of War in relation to these prominentS '
jests ~thous! Weed," bat when Congress
heeded their recautrosodations and mccestiona,
ad Weed • bill to establish harbor. where there
are none, then the veto power is interposed be.
team the act done. and his own suggestions!
Look to the first minusl message of Mr. Polk, sad
. you will find the express attention of Convene
recommended to the following from the Secretary
••The lakes ors almost entirely destitute of nat•
and lumbers. Navigation upon them was exp.
d to imminent perils, and not unfrequendy alien.
dad with frichtfal loos citify and property. With
the settlement and growth of the wistern country,
the commerce upon thus inland sees has rapidly
incressed, and its estimated annual amount now
exceeds in setae the entire °sports of the products
and Manufacture , of the United States to all for
eign countries , - An interest of this magnitude,
daily augmenting, in which so many States, and
so large a portion attar eiti em participated, nat
. may commanded the attention of Congress, and
ripely received its fostering care. • • • •
'Should it ever become trecessuy to have a naval
form upon theserlakes, the numerous and comma.
dims lutrbori thus provided by the ail of the Gov.
enuring will ointribute to di safety and eacceesfal
operations. Besides there are now employed in
the commerce of-these lakes • great number of
- large stied and 'toady built steamers, which would
not hese been placed there by individual enterprise
bat for the safety and accommodation afforded by,
boitbp. is ca., of a public emergency,
these demurs can be expediousFy converted into
easel.* wax; and .nnadatedaultwernent Edu c iet C orre s t uotsue o f the nob. i t Gnaw
, "4 4 eillitiet eiseetioae , Nee ere theieneettey end Wee:* ha Milieseci4.4t. Character & &bat.
•• facility Of trensporthig troop&mttaltions of -vrar, :-:•: ! t , '',VV.aseas overt. MaY 43 .
and suppfica, to Itsiontiookedin:iiitimati*the s '••• • ._•' 1 •: - Oo •
' !pubfic advantage, oldie lake luiprtiiialletita. in ,:r7 4sy'•-1861,C0 in : this city, eelt? the
;also mid that oar bete aeon& are thine who tote means of information it affords te enable•une to
• ,been trained in the 'eavigation of eittklakeir '
.•.: judge mite correctly of public events, Me ntervie•
Reasons bke thea'avail nothing with th e Pres s ; cal me th at wts are at a most distant remove from
idedt, nor Ids friends in Agrees. The bills pane 1 Peace wide Mexico. - -The ineans•of-ioteareation
eel are vetoed, or, what is wane, pocketed, and ( ;patio all iequiriu here, win ale convince one
under the influence of veto, and the attractive re- that there are many 'unertittem chapter. in due
wards of office from the Erman& the jOdgment\
Mexican mist. When time .ball reveal them all,
of Congress is pervetrad and destroyed, and the they will serve farther to amaze those who have
people made to suffm. The lois of lives open the been ahoy
educated es (a the origin end pro. '
lakes have not only been fearful, but the loos in gnus of, this most extraotdinaii war. The next
vowels and cargoes !Von the western likes and Home of Representation will demand that these 1
Cicent, are probably not lee then $2,700,0Q0 per hidden•things he revealed. '. It will seek to know,
annum. Insurance is high in proportion 13 the more l&ti of the fact a. to the powers named by
risk. are &anaerobe, and when it la known that the Executive, the reasons of this enumption of
the loss inboan have been foe several year. eight power ; cad of the ultimate intentions of the Pres.
Pee Cent upon the nitre,
some estimate may he Went and hie a d v i sers in regard to the war
formal of the premiums necenarily pia which the country is most unhappily engaged. If
lint it is not in the use of the veto alonethough the wai shall be closed by that time, men will in
this is unknown to almost every, kinglf power, quire, too, u to its origin without fear of having
that the Executive hie alienate) himself . ..trove their inquiries drowned by that abundance of se
and beyond them.. Hs has made war of and by peifiuous breath which seeks to shelter keel( from
himself; he has removed a multitude of honest deserved rebuke by the mist and germ raised.
and competent men from office, and filled their about its own misdeeds. What men any not do
places with mere partizan., and often with Mann. 'con during the was without being overwhelmed
petent person" Doting the late session of Con- by the parrot try of "treason;' “treason," they will
. grin • doctrine, new to us, was proclaimed ate discuss after the war, and in a manner which will
thoratively as Democratic, upon the floor of the make these in power tremble at the evil they have
House, end in the public press. Hero is one form done to the Republic and to every principle of true
of the new neat, from a• leading Democratic pa.. National Independence.
per, the Baltimore Republicen'and Argos, of Jan- Mr. Polk hue succeeded pretty well in diverting
uary 29 : the attention of his own party during the twelve
“The Executice and Congress.--it belongs to mouths past, from hie own sett. The clamor Of
the Executive to manage the tale with Alex- peliticiatia, the noise and uproar of arms, the shouts
lan [awn ice. The supreme legisce pow dean. ef b at tl e, th e enthoin •ssm over ' •
victories won, have
al war to exist, and henceforward it wen
been to him as a shield of defence, but when, es
the duty of th e Executive to wag
with all such means as the Constitution and now, victory does not bring Peace, nor pass, s,han
Congress placed at his disposal. When, then, conquest, men. begin to pause to count the cost
he found these, mcasutes inadequate, and sp. . -
of the wet to which the country is engaged. The
plied to Congress for other manures, HIS WILL
should hoer ban immediately complied with, roost heroic valor and the severest eserifioe have
tiniest it was plainly in contravention of the Con- failed to accomplish either to Peace or even a prole
stilt:Rion?' poet of Pence. Thousands of our. brave men have
This is thu rile mats power. But from the found their gravel upon the omen's moil, and I
doorman of the Committee on Foreign Relation, thousands of the enemy have mingled their dust '
we have it embodied in • sull more objectionable with that of our own troops. and yet all such sac. '
way. Mr. C. J. Itgaull says: - rifice t hive proved but as preludes to the more ter
Chat when the Congress had given the Pieta* whirl tragedies which hu e •„„ rem dot At home •
dent the wat-waging power,thatpeteer Was as gnat • . --
iodate), we know nothing of the suffering our
. the power of the Autocrat of all theßlandon,
o f thegam", ,vd,,,,,,,,d, or o f N o p o li o n, i ts the troops base met with in Mesico,—nothing of that
[Moon culmination of his authority; and that terrilile disease which, piecemeal, hes destroyed
it mat a great mistake to suppne that there was the lives of thousands of thou who left our shote•
in that respect, any difference between the oar
fall of those bright premeds which charm the
ertignly of the European despot and that of the
United States." soldier and`adventurcr, who sees in blood and lair
Again, he say.. tie Duly that means of aliment which are to him
"The Autocrat of all the Russias—the Sultan both as the geld of fortune and as glorious con.
Mehmeua—had no more sovereign power, than !tentMent to a mind disused. There h.; not even
that which was now in full exercise for waging the boon .. a, " ei „ graoe „ roy many ' of the ambitious,
war with Mexico." . but for the manyonly that crowded aepulehre
. These, at least, are new docttines for a Repute
where men are buried rather an dogs who perish. I
lie, and they ate dangerous se they are note The
than as accountable creatures, beating the impress •
President nominated the author of them as Min
of their great Creator.
inter Plenipotentiary to the second cant of Europe, •
We take General Taylor's awn words long ago, I
soon after they were uttered, and thus showed hi.
for deleting dart this war has June enough to fill
appreciation of the man and Ai. creed. The fact
the whole land with mourning! Yea, • and in.
here, too, comes home upon us with an Weeded. '
nocent hearts have been made to ache in MeXiiio,
ble force, that the Entendre exerts far more WAG
awe in congress over men repteeenting from sew- u well a upon our own shore' The germieg 91
Vera Crux was a literal raining down of detth
enty to one luindred thousand encutittienta, than
upon the young and helpless, upon women gal
even the constituency themselves. Thus you find
children, as well a. upon the strong and bold. The
the most sobeenient men t e greatest faeoriteso f
bruised heath of widow.
.and orphans have been
the Executiv e. Mr. Ingersoll is nomi nate d to
more than the bruised limits 'of those who hare
France; a &Wel Mr. Curs is nominated to a na•
been wounded in battle. Men talk of fighting the
joe's rank in the army; Mr. Dallas ha. a -- relative
battle of Cerro Gordo on the Sabbath, as if, in
provided for; so has Mr. Edwin; of N. 1.; and
deed the Sabbath and war were congenial to ea&
• Mums. Cunningham and Sawyer of Ohio, hare '
or. In war them are no Sabbaths, and in such
each sons in the army or navy. In the appoint
meta of member. of Congress to.offiet, se medic- • l'''' as that in which we W' now engaged,
)Gen.. jechmio,„.moptbetue become the aretempted to cry there is no Christianity. Neith
er Otir homes nor our Betties are invaded, but we
order' of the day." Men have secured important
are carrying war ourselves where we reek to to.
offices by their voles; and the will of the Execn
ade the hone a and liberties of other. `.There
rive, rather than the people, has become the : sus
are no Sabbath. , in revolutions," tee are told.—
preme law of the land.
There are certainly none when one Republic wets
A despot could not have treated the people, or
thin rf p i,, i ,... 1 the people, with more di to rob another elite territory , its palaces, and worst
of all, its holy altars of religion.
respect and contempt thab did Mr. Polk, and no . :
But these are not the only dark features of this
only eras Congress and the 'rights of the people
interfered with, but the tights of the seta. offe. Mexican war ' You may' see them in meths of
perfect blackness in the moral tired oven our
oars a the army then selves 1., all that W as wi ld
• w on people and iestitutions. Behold what reekl
and done in reference to N.
Lieutenant General. The eery proposition of the I ...i ms , ttew O r f ws ei.e img , Per p s hi edi : Er 0 . 1. a i l r o P r c t ri oo tical I I
• Ezeccnive was , in the that place,,• mean attempt
_, ° " * „ . . e __ .. , s ee 7 .1 P 5,7, • , -,
-cr.'s- o f
a w , - , t r ,, --- ... t . - - .....a . '
to supeocale or to degrade the two Major Getter- 74'`'''"" c'''''"°"°'"`"'overaman'"•°".,"••""
als in commend of the army. e . g ..
al thei by one man, and by bier whose chief pride and 1 1
glory it ought to be to perpetuate, untarnished
first blush was indignant at the attempt. no
our 'today' Inoitulione! See the and spectacle
•propriate committees in the two Houses of Coo- for a civil Government like outs of all eyes turned 1 1
giro no sanction to so gross an act of
icicw i r . wi , thi0,..., th em out the pooeidamt „ epee military heroes, wherewith to make Chief
Magistrates for the Nation! Where is our strength
recommendation, and laid it upon the 'table.—
to lie in roesril, when, like children, cur eyes are •
1 There was indeed but one committee in the
Home of Representatives willing to give even the b`atcseisa by the
tuned only to the melody of a drum and fife. How
the President • hearing in his nefiarieu. deign of
long, oh. how long can a country like this hope to '
deposing the old tried and breve conimanders of
triumph in the renowned within of a wise civil 1
the army. But mark the contraet of a few short
policy, when wear is in unship, and • wan of con
days! Mote Nan four score member', under Ex
cantina dimotioe, omoo . their mere, do , o their quest Re:defence! Tell m not of a glorious name
among the nations of the earth. Better to dune]
Men deliberate judgment. to the one man power,
and ender the iormotioe . iefhae . o . of the wth. as the •millest star in Na gaiety of nations and
to shed the feeblest ray of light in our sphere of
1, HOPS 3 vote first for the Lieutenant General, and
then for a Maio General to command the army, revolution, .than to " est' royal msgetficeec-: st '
without regard to the exemierwe of the man, mi '
cast of -one virtuous principle of individual
I qualika n ona, or roan daft d . .... foto. , liberty, or the 'needle., of a single feature in ou r
The Se in•e resisted din and successfully by the Republican
..f4 good w n ame
i is worth
aid of Mr.. Calhoun and some of his friends m es ' ht as th an th e r i c h es -an E mp ire won open
fields of ideates in wan of &aquae., or by elan&
and to save the bill.ettertwo committer • of confer.
log armies, or by • departure from the ancient land
rune hail been appoinied, and in the very lint hours
marks set down by the Fathers of the Republic
of the SI .4., the party are forced to omit an act
We are doing just now precisely what theßeda
rd injustice, or to forego all author ity authuricieg
ration of Independence sets forth as one of the
the Prreident to make two new major generale,
grievance. of George the Third towards the infant
four brigadier generals, and a large number of sub.
colonies of Great Britain. Wean creating swarm.
of officers. Civil end Military, "to eat out the sub.
Ituttifter all this, you find the Ececutice literal•
if 00 .4 0 n. to o . ooreeoh Congress. and, „ mod. stance of the People." r When Tatar are made
without law, taxes will be imposed without mercy.
blew place “Maj. Ctn. Benton" over the heads
of die nwc ,... of roc . d . f , i , Lone end of Polo Alto We are borrowing monet us
now under the stimul
and Resaca de la Palau. of a buoyant, credit. Pay day will come soon, and
rich and poor will feel it by and by, in such a
drain upon their pluses aitey have never felt be
fore. It is thus war esp. out the very vitals of the
nation. Like dissipation in youth, we may not
feel its force in the Jay. of our national youth,
bat when ma age creeps upon us, we shall feel it
in every fibre of our system. We shall ea, it
then as Rome and Carthage saw it in the days of
their departure from virtue, and in pomp and
pride which forewarned their fall. We shall see
as the Greeks realised it in their crushing effect
of s elbstanntent - and - netional degeneracy. We
pray Heaven that the examples of all the world
are not to be lost upon us and our ambitions rn•
The Committee from Baltimore left town last
evening, on their rerun to thot city—on their
vat there, they will immediately tilt Fa meefing of
the citizens, and make s report of their proceeding..
During their star here, they have had ample oppor
tennin of ascertaining the advantages which Bal
timore would obtain by a Rail Roid connection
with us—and we are satisfied they will make II very
strong representation upon the subject. It remains
now to be seen, whether the Bastimora Company
and the . . tile. generally, are acting with ua in
good isith or mot—for our own part we have cor
doubts. We, tiowever, sincerely hope that the
desires of the Committee, and 61 the frietids of the
conuection generally, may be amply realised. That
it is 0 1 consamation molt devoutly - to be winked'
fer'--all will allow, and of vital importance to
the great interests of nor city—but whether it is
hound wisdom alter all we have dune in tlm mats
ter heretofore—without any ray of neeesa-40 .
delay further action in pushing OUT Rail Rdads either
to the west or direct to Philadelphia, f. a grave en
oncry-7especially upon so feeble a basis as we fear
the present to be. We have too often wen the dans
gera 01 delay—and are somewhat fitulat that like
the dog in the fable. We may lose the substance
by endeavoring to catch at the shadow. We, how.
en,. hope Inc the best.
To c Sues.r.Pase awn v a—and the Penn Cal
lon radars. Allegheny -City:—We we pleased
to learn that the enterprising owners of this splen
did establishment, Meseta. Kennedj. Childs, &
'Co., are about introducing Mt. Williams'! (of
Manchester, Eoglarul,) Patent, for consuming
smoke; a plan of which we hare herevaore put.
limbed, and which May, be seen at ow office. We
'trust sincerely, that when one citizens shall hem
fairly tested the adsantages of the .iotinbake Pre
oen ttse,".to find it adopted by every Factory in
and about Pittsburgh. We are mut !unions to
base di s pdb,d, the only cloud that mans the beau
ty end prospeiity . of Pittsburgh. :,
BOAT Busicr.--The ateamboat Revenue RA/
destroyed by fire at the head of Peoria Lake on
Friday evening the Rh* visa rm
on shore In' rime to save E i a Lniriingers, but they
ben their baggage, and one gentleman boa $2,004)
In =en. Her boilers and engine will be wed in
a damaged condition, otherenie tbd boat is a total
` Wm Also and Joseph Long, Esp., are ills
deltgatar elect•dierth• Id Word.
•••Tot Wog to .fl awl sad to tram
Each step Goo spletagker to
sallabasesscad p.m why,
To villain boo& sad despot's vorsy.
As to this Mexican war, we we 'wither good
%e origin, nor in ita progresa, but to u+ it i• e
altogether. The present difficulties tenors
the sagacity of our wisest Statesmen. Whet w
they he when Crogress—if the Executive sh
deign to consult Congress upon such • mom,
tow question—meets tot Fateel
conquered tonitary. When the Rept
tires from the free and dive States are miss
pelled to meet anl decide the questients.itsreen
free and slave territory. We saw tomething of
A brewing storm upon this quell*hicks lief
Converts. The tempest was healed'. with_the
idea, thrown out Ly many pothicirini. - dutt ere
were meeting • question of annexation-and pan•
lad association before the territory wu in our pos.
setsion. This flimsy veil that served as covering
far party craftsmen will not much longer avail.—
The caution between foreign conquest on the
one hand, and free and slats usrritr-ry on the oth
er, must be met - without disguise, stations, nr
Postponements, of any sort. A prudent mob
foreteeth it and avoided, it, the good book tells
at, and had Mr. Polk show - U
• little of like saga•
city, the country might have Wen saved a world
.of evil, and perhope those consequences of inter'
nil discord, the very mention of shlch mikes one
And now what Willeml mil or good, if good
he can p int oaf, does Mr. Polk expect (mai the
further procreation al this woo of his 0411) soaking.
To what nadir our 400m:flow:detained upon he
borders Toad 'the heart of the Mexican flepablio,
victims to gig terrible alarms of a damming and
isniodttotocaVeoantry. Cui Bono, Mr. Pied-
derk.., Are you hoggkirg the delouse ides to
your ialwrce;kfaat new laurels ari. to ba Won with
rack , * trcts Mezierg Yenttlasy Peace,
ir4o ia 4 6-. Pr,c 811611, 4** -41 y our
orenisilipe +r tome portion r(rtrit kdde spread
Idea* tayrilii_g, which you ha'Ar swoon in your
wrath to powea, You may wotch the =eke, but
you cannot kill him short of intlikling avert of
national death upon the lend ever which in an ,
evil hour you obtained a sort of taraporwy amain'
If them. is any mural accountability with_Presi- ,
dente, or any responsibility !bateau with them,
where will you find power adequate to relieve
yourself from the stigma of a war wrhich the judg
ment awl conscience of the naiion!ebhOrs. It too;
in these day. the blood of the stale should ay
from the ground for lives wickedly and uselessly
thrown away, or if ever the • nitrite of cam like
Binquo's ghost should appear before their mur
derers at the fear( of revelry, or in the more terri
ble visitation of the chamber and the midnight
watch, what response can you, the Prnident of
the United States, make 'when called upon to
defend i war which haa brought, as it were, a new
death into the world, not only by creating new
elements and occasions of destitution, bat In •
wound upon the political _welfare of the country
which will last as long as the Gronrucuent
dorsi. E. D.
F,om Om New Yo(It Expreu
Important violations of the laws, by the Poff
Being sure that the Postmaster General was vi
olating the Post Office Law in the instruction. ha
had g yen tr his subordinates, we have awaited
with same anxiety the official publication of the
Law. of the United States. The pamphlet came .
to hand yesterday t—and we take Mi., the first
opportunity, therefore, to show what the law 4. in
the matter of newspaper poetess, and to advise
the public no longer to mbaill roan impoeition.—
' That part ri the new Post Office Law which re
lates to emerimapete is officially published, as fol
lows, none/imam of &maim
Section 13. And be it further enacted, that it
atoll not be lawful to deposite in any poet cam,
ho be conveyed in the mail, two or more letters di.
rested to diffnent pentane enclosed in the same
envelope or packet; and away person ea offending
shall forfeit the sum of ten dollars to be recover-
by action qui tarn, one halt for the use of the int
former, and the ether half for the use ul the Poet
Office Department: Provided, that , this prohibi
tion shall not apply to soy letter or packet direct
ed to any foreign country: and all newsmen. COO
toyed in the mail shall be subject to pArege, ex
cept those tent by the way of exchange between
the publishers of newilpsEers, and except theme
franked by persons enjoying the fra4ing prls'
ege, and newspapers not seat from the oI&o of
.publicationt and all handbills or circulars printed
or lithographed, not exceeding one sheet, shall be
subject to those cenb pomp, each, except those
frankedhy p. MISS enjoying the franking privilege,
and nee spaptrs not sent from the office of publls
cation; and all handbills or circular. printed or lith•
ogreptted. not exceeding one sheet, shall be subject
.to three cents postage, rack, to be paid when de
posited In any post office to, be tconvsysd in the
This is the official law, published by authority,
with the punctuation preserrod in every respect•
•h will be seen, it enacts that all nommen! are
free except those omit from the Macs of publics
ihut • ; that in no eras can prepsymant be demsarl•
li id except for circulars arid handbilhi of one sheet
each. No provision of the old lea is changed ex•
ceps for circulars and handhilla so are composed of
one sheet each.
This law, u we have mentioned, has just been
pabiishrd. To show.to whateumittbstPottmaster
General has tarried hia 041112100 US violations of
this law, before its publication, we copy the fol
lowing !mm his circular of instructions lamed on
the 13 bof March, four days after the, adjourn
ment of Congress: It will be recollected that
ha he I the law before him officially at that
B. Transient newrpapers, (he says). or atom
not mint from the office of publication to sabred.
ben, handbills or circular letters; printed or litho-
graphed, not exceeding one sheet in size, will pay
3 cent. upon delivery at the office, and before they
are put in the mails, and ell such will be charged
by deputy postmasters no prepaid matter In the
way and upon their account+ of mails scat,
and gawped or marked •• paid," with the name
of the office from which SOUL
The Patuosster General here dinete the fel-
lowing glow violations
tit. That transient newspaper., or t those oot
sent Irom the office of publication to mbecribere,
gall be subject to three cents poetize. The IsiW
my; that newspapers not eent front the office of
publication are excepted from payment of polar;
and in no case dementia pre-payment of postage
upon them, whether amt by publishers or others.
2d. The Post Matter General direct. the post.
master to demand postage on all papers not sent
to subscribers from the office of pablicatiou.
This is another usurpation. The laridoes not
require, as will be seen above, that newspapers
shall be sent to subscriber. Neither the word nor
the substance of the law authorises 'any such as.
action. It is a gratituitona usurpation, then. Let
the reader compete the law and the instructions,
and he will justify our conclusion..
And now the public will sat for • remedy; mid
if they will ea, they will have it speedily. Let
every postmaster who withholds a paper not sent
from the office of publication, be required to de•
liver the paper free, and in case of refusal, Its
him be prosecutes" More a Justice of the Pews
for the paper. 'Whenever a paper to mot from
the office of publication, and more than the old
rates are demanded, let the postmaster be prow
cured in the same meaner.
Let every postmaster why refines to realty,
newspaper be atm prosecuted before a Justice
of the Peace, and we chill soon we whether Mr.
Case Johnson is to make laws, or whether they
are to be passed by Congress.
The newspapers of the interior, by
this article rateosively, willeaon put o stop to the
amend system of imposition upon the newspaper
Ten Pore Orrice Ptass.—We have already
announced the fact, says the New York, Expresr,
that Major Hobble, of the Poet Office Depart.
meet, is to leave New York its the Washington
for Bremen. We note learn that this officer pros
pows, In the three months he Is to be gone, to per.
fact a post office arrangement with England and
the continentiod States of France, the Haase
Towne, Belgium, Hanover, and the States of
the Zell.Yerein, by-which letters may ha seat s
from any town or place. in the interior of those
countries, or any town or place in See interior of
the United Staten, and rice verso, either by pra.
paying the whole putage from the place of its
departure in Europa to that of Its destiny in
1 America, or leaving the whole to be paid by
the receiver; the distribution offices: io , New
= Yor k and Boston carrying to the credit of each
of them what is respectively due, and each
of them keeping a 'separate account whit the
this United Statue, and settling ones sway six or
twelve month. '
A Moraixoni or. Aovnirrann.—A nimarkablo
voutionl for an truck.io told in o linangore
The Adelphi Theatre in that city war open, end
the pleanut play of the unlade of Sedgensoon"
wu in coerce of performance. A favorite wren,
Mrs, to. Hoorah. imu liPu• the slags supporting
one of the diareenn,,whim a Mil military man.
In one of thastage boxes, gazed wildly about him,
sod starting up from his seat lotedly_itulalused,
...My wife, by Heavens! my Eine of roarer
ea teninment and ezeitament mined, and an en.
planation took , place. which milted In the die.
nasty that the gentleman was a Lieutenant Lew.
is, and that he was In tooth the lady's husband.
He bad been on foreign senke for many years,
and was now 'accompanied by the lady's son, •
fore fallow of two end twenty. Bub b e li eve d
the other dead, and the lady had married a Mr.
De Bowel, who bad bmon deed about eighteen
monthi. Soon altar this a moat agreeable denim.
meatMolaplaes, for the wilted and hippy Pstr
availed themselves split of ths bent& of 'kr°,
and ma objections being made by the church or
Stan. these two persons, whonee 'the fontonee of
Warted put WON re.manied, in the me.
aence of a large body of njolaing friends. ,
Wi call auentica 1,3 tha admtaccumiMn
Robbing, a distinfulahe d confuting Peons , or
A rained frieed. aid whole Mao 'a distinguished
atm:e'er this State, hair torarardedto us the follow
ing eettnunicationy-which,lat the.present moment,
will. we doubt, be termed with gawral interns:
Tbelettetllom Cu. Taylor„si written with the
tame modinty: and delicacy ci feeling, which has,:
so eminently ch.MicCerised everything we ha re seen
from his pen.
It la - miatleal we We; to set at 'mat all the
doubts as to him acceptance of the nomination for
the Preableacy, which have been elem.:sod by them
in whom'. the yriab ins father to the thought?'
WA.rr arson Roorm, La., 15th May, 1241
Ww:f.4: Hower, Ent: .. • • " •
Deaf Sir: I mead you,, anumed, an. extract of a
latteiorhich I have recently received- from (ton.
Taylor; nod as it shadow. forth the feelings and
viewl of the General, on the subject of the neat
• Presidency, m a. manner which can do no violence
tethe feeling. of any one, .1 have determined to
hire pabliabed that portion of it, which relates to
asobject, In which Ms name has been very genes.
ally woe-fated throughout the country for some
time past. Ido to, with the more readiness, t
cause it is eminently calculated to.glre a proper in
sight into the real character of this imineat man.
Phrase let it have a place in your column..
Yours, very sincerely and remealolly.
o la regard to the Presidency, I will not say that
I will not serve, if the good people of the country
were to require me to do so. however much it is op.
pewit to my'wishe s . for I AM free to say; that I
have no aspirtions for the aitnation. My greateit,
perhaps, only wish, has bees to bring. or aid iu
bringing ttia war to a speedy and honorable clove.
It has ever been, and still u, my lIIIiOII3 wish, th
some at the most experienced, talented, and virtu
ous statesmen of the country, should be chosen, to
that high place at the next election.. I rant Bandied
that, if ourfriend• will do their duly, ouch a citizen
may be elected.
I must, however, be allowed to say,that I have
not the vanity to consider myself qualified for 110
high and responsible s station, and whilst we have
far more eminent and deserving name, before the
oentri, I should prefer to stand '
aside, it one of
them Could be raised to the first office, in the gilt of
a free people.
~ I go het the country, the whole country—and it
in my ardent and sincere wish, to see the individual
placed at the head of the nation, who, by a stnet ob.
servant . ° of the co:ablution (be he whom he may )
can make us Most prosperous at home, as well so
most respected abroad.".
RAIL ROAD raost Be. Levu TO CIECINNATI•
—The Convention on this road met at Indiana
polis on the 12th, and was attended by a number
of intelligent delegates from the several States
principally interested. The sittings of the Con.
'cation manifested—a epithed determination to
give animpulse to the enterprise. Gov. Bebb pre
sided, and ',ben the Convention adjourned he
made the following remarks:
Centkraen.—lo taking leave of you I shall be
Nick Icame here with grest inctrutudo,utume
of the Cincinnati papers mated that there would
be no Convention, and as. in getting here, I palmed
over the criers Railroads, I felt fearful that I should
have my pains for my pleasure. But I have been
agreeably disappointed, and I...joie:li that I have •
bad the opportunity of meeting with so many in.
telligent and enbrgetic men nom the various
khans here Xeprtsented. Let, me say to you that
'when you go home, interest your neighbor* in this
great work. In your represettetiorn of its impair.
mice you cannot exaggerate its value to the cotto
ny. It will speedily be acemnplished. Ile that
is mat sanguine will be the nearest the truth.—
lid that says, "in a few years tboulands will pass
over this great thoroughfare," will find his number
multiplied by thousand. This road if destined
to extend over the Conklin., to the west, and
over the Alleghenies in the eut. For no man,
• • us he hat the figures before him, can estimate
the' greatness and the height of prosperity to
which this country wilt In a few years anise.
fu contlusion, gentlemen, let me return you my
than& fur the way in which you have honored
me, and for your complimentary resolution.—
And let me express the hope, that when we again
meet in Convention at Indianapolis we may ride
upon the "rails" which are placed along not arms
Drowns& or Box rot a Lva Tura.—One
of the Foreign papers relates the following aingu
lay ease as a fact :
"Them died et &Wee says the Home Jeurnel
a perm who had, long been in the cmploy
the lifinheet of Franca, known by the' male of
Thomas de ClOiSMife, and sixty eight yeas old
at the time of decease. At the washing c f the
body previous to interment, it teas dimaremat to
be that of :a femak. 'eroismaro was a lieutenant
at the bailie of M.•skoova. and was wounded at
the battle of Waterloo in the shoulder and mouth
' After giving up her commission she entered into
tiril Iffr, held en office in the cuslom bowie, and
wasbook.kerper to two difftwent merchants. In
disservice of the minister of F ranee, subsequently,
she had risen toe post of considerable trust.
In axial fife she was estemed fur her talents in
poeuy and music, playing admirably on the violocs
mita,. and. gielog !emus gratuitously t • I
friends. It was thought to be • nervous pecoharity
afoot she was uneasy and Annoyed if any one fit.
ed his eyes on her very attentively, mid het walk
11,as thought to be rather affectedly cavalier.—
Thomas do Croismaro was particularly gallant
in attentions to women, nod at one time Maio
proloitioo of Marriage to a young lady-of &tw
eets, who fortunately declined the profferet. hand.
Jurzawnee Ortatox or W a s.—. Never was
so mach film arithmetic employed on any subject
no that which has beta employed to persuade ns
dons Math ie their Interest to go to war. Were
the mocurfinwhich it ham cent, to join, at the clone
of • long , olut, • little town, or a little territory,the
right to cut wood hero, or to catch firh there, no.
pendal in Improving what they already pars,-in
making roads, opening rims. building ports, im.
proving Mantis, and Ending employment for their
idle poor, It would reader them much auonger,
mach wealthier and much happier. Thin I hope
will be our wisdom.'—Afrion's Virginia.
Satrwalca lately took place on
the west coast of tie Aland. The brig Exmouth,
of New Castle, of 920 tons, bound from London
derry to Quebeck, with a crew of I I meo, and
pamanger• to the number of 240, lost sight of
land on the 25111 of April, when she was overt..
ken by x tremendous gale, and dashed to pieces
upon the rocks on the western conot of the Wand
of Islay. Only three persona (seamen) maimed !
. • A BlCalt7 Orat-r--"blarnma l" exclaimed a
beautiful girl, who hail auffersd gradation to ob
scure the Rule intellect she possesaed, !'what is
that long gram thing lying .on the dish before
"A cucumber. my beloved Georgian.," replied
the mamma, with a blend smile of sppobation at
her darling's corwaendable curioaity.
uri cucumber ! Gracious goodneee, my dear
mamma, how very cstraordiriary; I always imeg
heed, until this moment, that they grew in all.
The Constitional Convention of Illinois, the
members of which hums been just elected, is to
meet et Springfield 001 the lint Monday of ,Jane.
Fattiest &manna! Ttioa High and Holy ono
To Thee we bow;
Now, lbw labor of the day is done,
Devoutly, now. `
From age to ego, anagoging, will the genie,
All good Thou art;
Hallowed and holy be Thy reverend name,
In every head.
When the glad morn upon the hilt. war spread
• Thy mile wet there;
flow; to the darkness gather. orer.head,
We feel Thy are
Night quail bin shades upon tuother Jay,
tio,rier our faults, Thy lore we humbly - prey
A veil truly wt.
Silence and deep, deihealts by earth dint emit]
Now sweetly steal; • -
Bo way few that Inmater in the blest,
Hhall Faith conceal.
Thou duo' the dark wilt watch shove out sleep,
With eye or love;
Acid Thou wilt wake us, when the Sunbeams peep
The hills above.
0, may each heart iteirstitude express,
Am life expends;
And find the triumph of its hs ppiness,
fu thy commend'.
gp.galter's Ginseng Panacea.—liesteei.
Twertawav—We beg leave to cell public ettentlen to
the following, from . Dr. Witt!'. Dom, of Wlthetheville
Clermont Ca, sod one of the very lon practitioners in
the.county to which he resides, nod low Senator in the
Stale Legislatre• II , s , c hearing thin to see thr lead
ing then of the profewion, hunting the bandit of profet
elOnel prejudice, and icing meat m due
"Sir: 1 har rn so 7 mews: been soling .omen( year
Ginseng Panacea, and, so far, am well plemwd in a
giro. is Catarrhal and Ihnneitial Complain.. Please
Dead um half aJoaen bottles-0n them as low as von
can; as 1 expect:l" It almanacs. reader as general sat
iMaalbla U it has heretarnse. to keep It consnintll On
hind,`, Beep eatelly, apl7 Visa Dols, a. a,
m='ysOa Bobbling, muumltir r i Engineer, and At
Minty for proeurlng Patents in *mai ington, D C, wiry
amyl in Pittsburgh nem Wednesday morning, and will
remain in rho on three day,. Ile tan be coomlted o
all questions relating to his profession, or to Improve
menu Indio meehodue arts, at the counting room of th.
plusburgh Onto., nest door to Post (Mee, betwee
the boors of 9 nod I o'eLnek, and at the Monongahel
Horne during the ternainder M eat h day. tor 31-Irs
BY MAGNETIC TREGRAPIL
Correspoadeace ef. Pittsbargh o.3e!ie
(We received nothing by Telegraph Ltat nigbL
The ate:loophole along the 'elicit° litre operated to
be charged with electricity. The operator et
iihombemsbnrg war knocked cff hie choir by a
powerful ehock, but not injured. The storms of
rain were zunisoolly violent.]
ie.). 66 6•ol.lliirt STREET.
CORNER OF POST OFFICE A 1/1.,E1f.
THE subvenber respectfully informs the public that
he has commenced the mumfacture of Gentlerows
Fashionable Beata of good mate nal and 'workmanship
which he will warrant superior to any Coot ever made
to Pittwburatt for the price. These handsome Coot
will he made to measure, and warrant them as repre
earned, at toe very tow price of FIVE lIMILLAES
CASH , Centlemen are requested to call and room
ne ahem... 1,-21 w R ERSIONE.
07 -Important to *elverOrem—The &dyer
temente which appear iv the Daily Morning Casette
ho appear in the Th-Weekly, limo receiving the bee
fit of the circulation of all, without any iohlilioMd
barge. Th.. oi anode...ye woof a.lvettiiers, without
ny exult expener. Ode eniseinenta are oho 'owned
nate country paper uponreigeonalile tonna.
GAZETTE JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
BIRD STREET, CORNED OW !WM off:cc ALLEY
pp-Wit are now prepared toexecute in a toperior
and expeditorue manner, all kinds of ion Sammie,
such as large Posters, Steamboat Sills, hill. of Ladme,
Letter Sheet Circulars, Ilandbills, Cards. Se ,
BOOK ♦an rAlarnatT rill/Man
la any extent execuicti In the • beat trimmer, and al
kintio of Printing done with accuracy and lathe town.
ID - Wr. invite the attention of our readers le the et.
Amonlinary cures of Scrofola performed by Dr. Clam's
lndion Veirtantr Panacea, which they will find recor d .
ed in member roluinn of Pb.day'a paper. They ere
animal doubt the most wonderful on record, and have
6o been proimunced by many of oar most respectable
physic/ant The afflicted and others interested, are ie.
quested to visit them at their several plates at abode,
and learn (tom their awn lip. the wonderful effects of
the medicine. The first one gamed is Mr Inane litooks,
who may be seen daily, between the hours of 9 A. M.
and 4P.M. at the office liowandA. Walton, No 370
Market st. Minds. ord
(rty-Tak older) Inhabitant in the Untied Slates cannel
meal to heat her memory, the, any mrtheal proretwor
ever com of
a remedy, an salutary ill Ile MUM' for
the caw of PI le , , an Ur Upbasn's Vegetable I.:lcetu.sr ,
Being tAtett internally. It an ikes the tool of the Ole.
ess, end completely edahltehes the fallacy of cYternal
applwalianv II i.. irdeed, tn•aloahle
CY - Sold, is holevale and Head, by W rATT
Kt:Milt% M. 121 Fultoyt meet, New York; Wle.Tilowt,
Market evert, and 57' R. Savvy., Soldhfiteld street,
Yittetmegh, re. Pnee SI per Iwo. my 27 Iva
2 FARM AND MILLS 0011 HALE.
TIIE sub...her wishltyg to remove nettle West,
will sell h a Farm god ilia, situated In Greene
Csmniy, Pa , on Big WI fitly Cieek, Within half a Mlle
of the Alouungahr la Riser...4l4 about 14 miles above
Brownsville. The Farm contains 741 acres of hest
quality Land, with plenty of timber, cone lost and good
springs. The Creek tout more Mao a milt through the
'fano and by a. low dam and WI:111[1o( LW feet in length
there is 14 fret of tall. Ihe Flour hllll routsinelbree
ran of French SairS, and the mill is In pod order for
or country work. The Saw Mill m ”ex ,
There are 4 single Carding Machines. • turning ahoy
for turning chair and bedstead ma ffi • will house 111 erm•
Mete order for m aching CO bushels per large
Frame rllll.lolk Rouse, two Elm, and all the bees
.ry out hou•es, five good hooses workmen. 20 old
orchard, mid une, planted It years ago, of :41:1 Irees of
choice fruit and our planmd Y years ago of YOU i met—
Mem is plenty of other frail, peach, Blom,
Refer inl W Sturbridge, or Allen Ammer, Pittsburgh,
or to Otho Minor, near the Farm. •
jrlddw&stln(F 61(1.V AN US TIIOMPAON
(Ur Ilarrtsburgli 'telegraph ropy to amount 81, and
charge this alike.
MlstS MARY TAYLOR re.pectfully informs the
pl . /WM of Putornorgb, that her BENEFIT is f i xed
for WEBB EtIDAY Evening, June 2ild; an which meat
.ion t he will appear in
Two New and Popular Pleew S
Being her last appearance this seasnn. Mr. CH IPP
DALE also make hi. hut appeainum this .asses
Mess. ENEXXS. MURPIII and HUM LEY, the
Sable Ilarmonime, have, with the perminston of Mr.
anirewx kindly tonsented to give their valuable mdi
taller their mng Concert.) in a ',suety of Popular
Qa.rICII[S, Trio., WM.,
MirsTA FLUB wilt ring roan of her beat SONGS,
among them 'Palate a la Prance." /YI • It
CSNDIIEW^3 EAGLE ICF. CREAM FALCON;Lao
been daring oh- ran week, by upwars of
4,000 persons. The plopristor bogs !rave to WC that
in consequence of thr great suesems wleniting Ins new
a. ow, he has iirinansntly engaged Messrs. EN KASS..
HUNTLEY and MURPitY. W. will appear each
conning in a GRAND CONCERT!
Fogman. changed n ghily Ttekett, rig. each,
which 'armies a d oh of ICI, CREAM /el
DITTIO3O/1011 AND CONNEILLI4VILLE
RAILROAD COMPANY. May 31,1r47.
Books for receiving additional subscript onito the
neck of the l'oniburgh sod Como lisvire ltabs.ad .
svd: be oocosd :it Me office of Ito t'ornpuoy oi Lis Oh),
on ruesdoy, the ent day of June, et 10 ax , and (onto.uc opeolonn day to day until the Ist of July.
Books wilt also be opened on the same day and for
the same brue, at Ma othci following P1000..010: at Mc-
Keesport...der the direction of 'high Rowland and P.
Muse —at West Newton under the direction of Jno. 1
Plumes and limes Danlner—at Connellsville under !Lc
diresbon of Henry IPackstene and ITCHY] Wolter- - (11
Comberhand under the direction of Jno. Illy and Saro'l
Cahoon jel J CAROTHERS, See) . I
LD - .1 , 20rna% Post and Ammean espy.
ENNSYLVANIA HAMRA/AD—At& meet
Ingo( the Board of Commissioners of the Penney l
emon Radrua2Company.heldat theofEec of MlCandlns
ISPClune. en the 3I at slay of May, 1647, it was
-Resolved, That the Books of Suovermtiori tothestonk.
of the Pentoylvanta Radrovl Company be - opened it
the Monongahela House, in this_t_Ly, on. Monday next,
the 710 of June, between the boors of P and 12 J. a.. 10
be continued from day to day natil the 10itt Instancts,
Resolved, That public notice of the aborts Resoletron
he given in al. the daily papers.
lel 31__ _ THOMAS 11A.D:WRI.L. Chairman: •
WERE. taken up treepaesing on the preen.
`,rb, 'area( the subseriber.loring in wlw in' ,
Allegheny Vaunt y.st Had Cow, aorpored to
he year,' old, white belly, with a piece oat of each
ear. Al., one flack Cow. yearn old, with a .ma l
whde spot her betty- nu other he perceivable
A!.. one fondle Cow. 7 yenta old, white back and hel;
lyand ',hurt mil.
T. e ',one r alone. are &aired acoma forward'.
peeve proptrty. pay eh•rges and take we'd Cows emu).
or they will he dispo•ed or uernrdiug to law.
RI WENT MILLMAN
If. A I. ESTATE IN 01110 Ft/It S,LL—A
.I.l.sarrn of Eh acres SI =Matron, Gadipalls, 50 trews
of meadow and coal land, a d joining the lowa of SlLef.
field. Mem. Comity.
A Dwelling Souse and Loh with store house, situated
Vrederiek. Trumholl mum,
H CV FIIIIERT. Real F.sme
el No 50 Smithfield street
MACKEREL—Io bf bbls No I;
. .at do - Nod,
60 do No 3 South;
to o Nn C, For sale Ity
el Vast lade of the Diaraotttl
L ARD OIL-2.1t.2 , 0 I d La o rd Cl o d;
IOOLIa Na 2 Lard lid, accroo.d
mat 'dram Manafaclatar
and tor •ac by
t..ds Lollies/111e, just receive& and for sa‘r
/-sby jet P SELLEIt,
\RI liNglik . noumps7au lbs Dried Dem
1./Rouen, for fain.. se. is et recen.ed and for sale I.
P SELLER: 4 .I7 Liberty
_ _ -
HMIS -1 :AV prime Daum, just received and
inr sale byid • 'SELLERS
SIDES AHD NIIOULDERS-90,00ulbs Baron
B,des sec Shoulders, In +tore end for sale by
lel l CELLESS, 17 'Ahern r,
iILEArt SIDE/3-7 ca.k. Cita, Bacon elide, for
rale by 0 F VON 11...NN110110TSC()
el - No 33 Front meet
FLOUR - 40 Emily Flour for sate by
tel S F VON IIONNIIORST &
fIOPPERAS—bbbIn Comma. gar pale by
lel S F VON lIONNIIMINT d
PlO RETAIL-1U •Ilot , and • 03Id"
Corned. by FRIENn, RIIEV et. CO
nyytY No CC \valet wee!
W INDOW OLASI3-130 ha. aatai -
tw baa lUala: for axle I.y
inyl7 I °RSV tit a DUNCAN. water and from cc
B Room.-50 doe. Citlt annals;
90 dos. Lori.; Sim Common; for sele be
jet • F VONLIONIOIIORST /r.
AD t.I.LING WM*. ud 1.0 r, rituated , n Undo.
pory IkLnont C.. 1,, Ohio , opposac . W twell,fg
for jet $ CUTIICIERT
DACON-3,tAti ILs run, Country Cure. jum reed
Land !or snit. b) ENG 1.1.411 A UENNEIT
torn No onaoil xt•eet-
COTTON TARNS-45,00011. assorted Nn.
ton Yarn Candi. Walt. Carpet Chant and Batting.
for eat tnatturactuter's 'await pikes.
Ft)ll7 FRIFIND, RIIEY k CO
n RAWL BVOAIL-23 bap to
In am and tot sale
LI by eny3l JOIIN 2007712
LINSEED OIL-24 bbl., juge receivedand Au
rAle by roy3l J 0 BIDWELL, Agen.
Qtr,V," — "°' " alp" . ViI'AIZEIZAN
VANILLA BEANS—Large .i.e Itnd ficeb, for
ie I.Y narl J D MORGAN
LARD OlL—Superior, for .ale o rolo I.4yy
neyal J ll MORGAN
1)0TMIII—No I l'o.eb, warfAeled
_good. •I roma
I by my3l. 1Y 11011OAN
EMMY SYRUP—Freida made, nod of floc 'noel
Laity. for sale loor
nty3f N 1) MORO A N.lOl ...On
VNTLITP LE." -30 "Pr — ifra'atrAN
us_4 ~.--,- ,- - , -- , - ... --- ,„....ii.;;;ie
st y LuzukT m y,. ', , I DitilCF.Y dr. CO
CIIIkEld&-409 ban now landing, for wila by
ki niFt, I DIOXYW .la. CO
Ayiymyyliy.- woa. just tenoned and ion tale by
mynn__ls+:SF.LLEßS ‘ drwood 1,
ri.A 16011014-5 bbls It
„. ! . e i vEitztilr w sala by_
Lady. BRACE.I.F.T,..bieb the owner
P_ can have by paying far adfinnaenfert. unrui
po o l:MM.-2 c.ks vipn.e, Jan reeeivcd and for ealo
OE. • k. lESE.
CORCUISGS— Lt cask* first Quality , for eple. by
.1W• 211EY a CU
fIOTTON - 1 0 0 bal. Cotto
F n for .alle by
myY9 • RIEND. by
."1,5 ORDON, vralor
F.y T 'r
Ru Z''- mb " . '" w ".t% , Vt;ZßAu.ii
BAoON-4,3U0 IL., bog round. in
_my?' a & w ti&aa&u6ll
Q ME'S AROMATIC BAI.TS. aleray• on hood and
"ar../R.4 oly2l DRAU a REITER
f atietan Saltar
;0y 3401i1a 1104)0aviso Austleijoedifi:
DAY GOO EM - 7 1
Crftnetsclay toonigoo. the 3d instant, at lenietatek,
anti below: An—entenstve nosortment nosh end
oo.osoabte staple =Unto - Dry Goods,' Goossfr•how
?.]tleat hots, etattrellu, parasols, ke.
One substantial onehorseTUriggy yeah leather top. in
.'nd noire; I ,no safe, 10 &nen real and del:ol4ora
'hovels. a quantity' of gmeeries, queen...wt. gln.B
WW pereossion matches, 30 nests band botes,3 casks
madeim - wwe a ~38 0 half Spat:ash primp, 30 .
A general usortinent of _new and settled hasidkeinece
• hold furniture. carpeting, looking
feather beds, bedding, &e. •
At a O'Clock e P. M.
A large assortment of ready made clothing, fine shirts
white:linen bosoms and collate, gold and Silver mad,
re, I very supenor ride, fine cutlery; a retail eureka(
lily Goodson close the concern of a pencil deeliOnifi
ROPOSALS will be received at the Office of the
r James , Hirer and Kanawha Campanys
in Richmond, Va., critil the 15th July mifit, for the coo
sanction of three stone dents acre. James' River' n
the line of the Company's Canal between Llnehbarg
and the mOuth of t.e North river. The find of said
dams will be about 31 ft high and 400 feet long, and ail
tatted about 4 miles above Lynchburg: the sccond will
be :Mont 15 ft high and &XI It long, and sinned stout 9
miles west of Lyttehburgh : the thltd.vrill be alum 33
(thigh and= It long. and sinned shoot= mites west
of Lynchbu qr. The foundation. of these dares AM of
rock, laud the superstructures will be reqlllll.4 m ba rai.•
lad as high so low water [eget, duneg the Present sea
son. Plansol ald worts may be seen, and specification.
obtained, at the Gimparty's Office in Richmond or at
the subscriber's Ogee on said hue above Lynchburg,
on and after the let of Julgnatt. ' ' •
WALTER G 49 YNN;Chief Engineer '
James River & Kanawha Co
Riehownd, 24th iday,lB47. y
NEAV AND MOST EFFECTIVE. REMEDY.
ri EL WOOD 'S Sarsailla and Wild
.LP Cherry Bitters, for the par cure of the following
dreenter Jaundice, Liver Coipplaint, all Willou. Mat ,
plain.. wet Headache, Heart Born, indigestion, habit
eat Costivenesi, Piles, Palpitation. of the Neon, Loss
of. A pperite,Dyspepais, Nereus. IrritaIaMISDOBBMAM
Stomach.Lananor,Deptessmo of SplrithelAtaras _ WA Rams
nration, Comecon. Dise•ww, Canker, 33701310 W &S-
Serofala Imperil!. of the Moody Pimples and
Pustules on the Fare, Heredttati Hurnore,,Cold Begs,
and all di set.* stilling from In taindiciaaS tut of
attention of the invalid publie, and of all those
afflicted by any of eke above diSesam, is respeelfally
called to the mem. of a new and Invaluable prepare
lion from an original recipe of a distialaDAM Pirgnuiffin
combining in iwolf the Mow active temertialpmperue.
of two of die net first articl“-in th e Mann. Medic.
The Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry Bitten ware in
troJaved to the public about twelve months ago, and
d Orin. toll period '116,10( . 00as bal. tie. at great as m'
orre tbe prop ti i•or in offer them with still erne corl
denre, in the full helm( thee by entering . Into more ex
tensive use, they will proven bleating to all About
euffewng from the direases shove inumerated.
Sold, arbolerale and entail, by %Y ATP 6 KETCH
AM, gene."' agents, PS Fuhonatreet, New York; Wat.
Too., Market sweet, and P. R. Saline; Soithliild
street, Pittsburgh, Ps. Price Ili—large bottles.
r po the llonorabti the Judges of the Court of Osa•
I CJeawer Sessions of the Peseei to lad for the Co -
ty of Allegheny -
The Peption of James Cntswan 3 Sao; ad ward, Pi s.
burgh. in the County aforesaid, humbly sheweth,
sour petitioners base provided themselves with ma ri
wls for the aseemomasudo of travellers and When ar
their 4 weVing house, in the ward aforesaid, and p y
that your Honors will , bo, pleased to grant them
cell. to keep a pablie boomed' entertainment. ad
your peptitionert, as to duty boood.wal pray.
I JAMES CROSB.IIII & PON
Wa, the sub.erthera, eittsens or Pitaburgh City, do
rtify that th e above petitioner. are of good reputo for
.losnoty and temperance, and are weliprovitiod with
'nude room and conven ience. for the accommodation
of ...miters and others; and that said tavern Is nese.-
Church & Goethe. Mord. lanes .
bakes. ell. Pears &Co - P. lend. Rhey kCi •
Ogden & &warden. Lyon, Phorb &Co .
d Wm I Anderson William Wilma, Jr.
Edward I enrich John Anderson
.• Forsyth fr. Duncan lt Wesiver
rro the Uottorable the Judges of the Court of General
i J. Quartertemions of the Peace, ht and for the Coons
1 ty ot Atlegbenr.
The Pennon of. Benjamin Weasser,,Bl ward, Pius.
burgh, the efiluttyafolOsid,hum ely, ..heweth,. That
your or runner has provided himself wait motet tals for',
the accommodation of travellers and others, at hi. &rel.
ling bourn, in the ward aforesaid, and !Wald that your
Moot. will be !lensed to grant him a !moue Witten a
public Immo or ernettaininent. And yoar , 'petitioner,
as to duty bound, will pray.
Ws, the aubscribers. Citizen. of 3.1 ward, Pittsburgh,
i do cedify that the above petinone. Is of good repute for
Ihonesty and tempanince, and ...is well-provided with
house 'room and convenience. for the acemoutodetion of
traveller. and others; and that .aid tnUenl it necessary:
• Cc inch & Caruthers 'Morris Jooes
. Batsmen, Penis &Co . Friend, RUT kr Co ' •
Ogden kPnoard en Lyem, dhorb & Co
It m J Andemen William Wilson, Jr
Edward Pane, ich John Anderson
Forsyth &Duncan ' Jame•Croamos MPS 3+
CAW MILL FOR t 4
Oh. In Brooke
°County. Virgin.% on the Oh. River. 40 reties below
Pitteburgh, and 4 mks above Wellsville, •nd one of
the hest stands for business. The Engle. In new:with
El inch crlteden • double fine Boiler-4g inches diame:
ter I, ...loci to beg.% together with all the fixtures
tmcdful tr cam, la% on the
d, . •
Also, 34 acres of good Land, and a goal Prams House,
nut mote fteithed, • good well on the premise% endental
For timber illanp.lioll apply Of by mall, mast he
CUTJIBERT, Reel Estate Offte% • I
m 434 NoTO Southfield street . 1
L' OR SALE—A tract of Land waste in Franklin
Township, about twelve miles from the city of *1
le Oily. eibomiag • laud. of emion l'eeher, eniveae
ttroctinali, enatuning fifl y
acres. litaid tract is well watered, and will be told
cheap for cash. Tide todirpulable.
enrolls...en wishing to see the above 'property will
plwe call on 10:IN ROOKItTSON, near die prenid..
-WILLI A SIS /k SHINN, Attomega at Law
:Lnll3lr I maT Offiee. oth st. above Smithfield
_ ----- Adnalialstratess i a • Notices
NO - CICE is Irereby. igmes to all mama
tbe Esume of .Earanel Barr, late or Bmategisala,
All %ben? essibir, declL, m asaltlarate th. p
i..Plt= i7 t.
and prrsoa• basin .
as heneettleal for settlement to We
ABM. BABE, kdrainettratar
Itosa , Parent. Beltvitzerelsteg Swings
A DO NIESTIC ti YMNAPIOM-44aSrtughwlb.n
used as a remedial amnia diseare,and se • source
of Taunters in health fin sot Theme lutarmli to be
se. to be purettasod. They ate of different vises for
public or private hotomi or poles. , 00e, two, or foot
persona can .awing themselves' 'truth • Ike must perfect
cam and plemate.
They h ive received the pittrpOolle of the first Physi.
rotes and other gentlanien of the Last, whenthey are
exteasively in use.
One eZII im seen and tried of the CatpenterShop of
Ur. AARON FLOYD, corner of 4th and Ross sweets,
who trill attend to all orders for them.
mytitti3t W PORTER .1 CO
gTr of Juniors •nd I. A l
.. Co-aura of Pittsburgh,
have tale dip entered into cape nnenhip under rte
and firm of Stephen., Sheenberger & Co, at the
Anehir Iron Works, helinVa., for the of
manufacturing iron and routs of. every descupuon.
litmirnesa. F Foortazioran. J. A. Swerron •
STEPIIENS, SHOENBBEICIER I CO.,
ANCHOR IRON WORKS,
Wheeling . , Va.
Manufacture all kinds of better, Meet, bar Hon and
on.i, A H SlGei Clip.. serials and rules Reim eon
aeetcd vcth Shut nberwer's 0 d Junius Works, we can
slier an article of Junius Iron [branded Shomtbafßarl
equal to any made in the country. All of which will be
sold at Me rinhurgkprices. Warehouse of Ma Works
eorner f Monroe Water streets. • mill.
I.7IPIEDLIEY'S BUICK PRILEIS—M the sea
son has nose ethothsensed for Husking Blida the.
subscribe. bra leave spin to call the attention of
bricemskers and others to this very useful machine.—
We will seventh it equal if not suporior to any other
Heck Press, of the same prise note m use,
We have n number of tertifieates• of •their purforie
which occupy WO Meth space for advertiatog, but
eau be seen at ourotEceo
Htirkthakers are e e l invited to give miscall
We will glee OW •111 guarantee
is the perkuuthatee
of the Press. Stale or County: rights for ands.
. • JOHN Me FADEN is CO
natal basin k poun at
Hardwares Stara Barnovad.
lIITNORE & WOLFF having removed from the
V V corner of Liberty and St Clair streets, to No SO
Wood street, three dram above St Charles Hotel, would.
respectfully ask the attention of boyars to thew stock
of A tiowen CUTLF.RY sad SADDLERY, reed
per ships Sarum& blonongahela and Ilnatie_direet
from the manufacturers of, England and Germany.
Alm, supplies of American Ilanlomat, Coat the prin.
el pal manufacturers of the Eastern States.
Thetr stock being entirely new, and porehaseA , spore
the best terms they feel grestmnfidence In being able
sueressfully to meet cocipelition from any quarter,
whether east or west.
The Hardware Icline. will be continued at the old
'k hi:VIBES EVENING LIN E—Orfand after Monday
31.10 f May. the subscriber will run an Everting
Ciao of Omnibuses nu Pennsylvania Avenue, Lame..
Poishorgh arid traklandarleaving she.Crty from the 4h
past onnil Ir .1f past 9 o'clock every trght. and Oak,
!and at the saute hear. • ,"
G. m•4l Ira- past favors and tmsdaus trk.affori anti.
faction to all. the subscriber hopes Wit, nen effort ler
sterratanodatevrtll Le approved and sustaiued by • lib
my.d. , l .0 JACOB GARDNER, Proprietor
WANT ED IRIBIEDIATZLT:
n NI: THOUSAND LAVORIIRS—AIso. IW Some
Almon., on the New York and Erie Rkilremit ant
Ihe Km ern. Dank of the Delaware River - in a remark
ably bealtby seebon of count ry The following • ages
for Laborer. wilt be levee, : EtahMenmen ettll S
helf emus per day. (Boarding two dollars per week )
DAVID /I LOPICHART
'' ``ltDtY REGULA.TIONS—The new addict] of
Lithe •ntecterid tfcgoiatioos for the Jamb^ publiabed
by authority of the 'Wm -Departmeob' It now mai arid
Th rrtdy e work eta be traarmattedtirougli the mail to au y
pert of the roun try for IS mots postage. • Orden..
•coloyianied by the mu& t pautt will he IldaddildY
filled. Price dl per copy. J & 0 In GIDEON
• n 11.514.. Ninth sb•Waahiomon.DC
iitOILERINWS PIP.NOR—An elegant rose
wood sirootave, new wale Piano Fosse, monnfin
tined by eblekerhig. of , Baba. will be opened for sofe
on Tuesday, mar Mb by • lONE-LLCM
el wood sweet
TIIE Anaaal Meeting of w Corporator, for the A
1 leeway. Catatetrl oriD take 1111.0 at did offroe,oo
the Pounds, on SaPisalay,..the 611 day of rote, at . 3
o'clock, r, at ',dad, time a !Ward of Managers Will
be eleeteel ter the wawa ` year.
myriad • 7 CAROSIIERS. Secretary.'
T IGIJT Colored -7'
llatist Adloio Di , kha -4 Wu) t' -
.L.Pmice Toottiyed Rom oustafaeloq,
re,* autow.oipr ol l .for est.ea Gear , tee halo by'
the dozen. •L RD TODD
*cent foi Eastern tdaeufaet
J.in,P,441 dd; ,
- lionpenodeO dov .; ; ! I
• 'Block ; do; • Rio silo . ;
roy3l • i - 8•00Tri CO
sigugrke9t atrl for aile km
ONN C closa ti g ri f O '"
ml3l " No 4 Colibialtrie Now 'berty
I o . moro nod on we by JININ ,NC
oxya • No hoinmerelal Roe,
INTAATRID—It Common -by *lvan!,
T • dl4 , ..ber Ip.bita,to man thine of a.
either en *met or land. 7hebevof rekr
wanted. ;_Please apply aq ride
BIBOISHBTI AND PITTSBURGH
`'IIALY PACKET LINE
11:ssell hoe ' , ,szt late of splendol gatteoger
ete mw ee=.d . o d f , the I=esk /1171,pce I
waters - of the West. Every asersnalation sod com•
pjndtat h e elm procure. has been prattled Su Pa.
SCOWL The Line ha been letoperatton for five t thew
hare. carried ' of people what tee halt
mini., to their persons. The tau loin be tithe p0...t of
Weed neigh s he darpnrricii, le wring, by the
lien of freighandahe Catty of, posseneas On the rcel.
ler. /a all CU. rho .44•1 TOM Ce pool in
The MONONGAIIELA,Capr Saar, svill/eave
Length every Monday sneraingre lO o'clock; Wheeling
every blends) , ev l ening el/ 0 r•bl
The HIBERNIA, NO, 9, Capt. J. kineikee. will
l e ave rituAargh every Tuesday Alumina se iOcieluet;
WAeellag ereef Tuerday. eeremiuf P. He
WEDNESDAY PACKET: -
The NEW ENGIL;A ND. NO. As Cap. S. bean, will
use Pdtsborgh every Wednesday morning ut Itv
'clock; Wherfing evely Wednesday evening at Iv Y.
The WISCONSIN, Capt. R J. Cron, will kaleburgh eyeryTbanday !aortal at 10 o'doek; ICGwtiag
C•ety Thallday eTcnitlritl 10 '.
The CLIPPER, NO. $ll, cepc Croat, will ICIIIre
burgh every Friday memo( et 10 o'clock; Whet-lies
every Fridayevening at 10 KB!.
' Tao SIESSSNOES, Capc iiinforiovill leave PHU.
berthevery Saturday montieg at 10 o'clock ;.11:neeli ng
every Saunday evening at 10 P. 01.
• 'SUNDAY PACKET. •
The ISAAC NEWTON, CapL A. G. !Cuss: still
save Pioshtugh every Smiley mornins at lii o'clock;
Wheelisg every Sunday evenmg at la P. Ar —
Stay 29, lea
- 7 ----
40 . rra C itt li tlyl l3" t i ltr ' pl ' aln i" :l t ' te ' iYed7le7rl " t i vAa Ala
yrs nd and re: Pale by the 004
ROBERTS s CONRAD,
35 Market at, Philadelphia
i tar all the dtaeceut
Old wool ',althea..., ear Liberty at nod Crory alley
SIONDRIEB--110 bhls No 3 Largo Alsole,o
'lO hr LWs do do,
lu bzs Monolisle;
30 ire beg Fisieins;
I bbl Nat.:leis .
Ics roan 8 Insligo;
ill Id bbls N. O.
EY NOW* del+ EP.
Comer Penn and !lain sneers
ad Cot sale by
(CASSIA, &e.-4uo mum Ouvi , ,'
5 hales Cloy.;
• PIO bane Pepper,
I cask Namely; int, rei , d . and
forsale by todZ IitAGALIS •
j 0 RING'S SUGAR—
CriVhCd and Puivnnned, extra fine, in lierreli
Loaf Sonar :nouns, best gnality; rum tetelvrd and
,G,t sale bi- urp37 PIAUALKY AAHITH
A LMONIDI3-10 boxes Shelled;
200 lb. Paper Shall;
• 500 lb. Marseilles; fat .ale by
yM• D WILLIAMS*. CO,llO seers! et
INDOU CILASII-231 b. 8510;
30 !as 790,
. • 90 9.10x1t
15 los 10,15: fns Wu by
nay 27 POINDEXTER & CO, SI sveles,s .
LETTER COPYING P B ESSEIS—& supply
or superior Copying Presses. Alo.Copyi.g Hook',
OW Paper, sad Copylop Inks—Just received and 303 sale
by JOHNSTON& STOCKTON
Cornet Nukes wad 3/Ists
lATIRAPPIIIIO .PAPER— .
tearooms Mattioui Wrapping Paper:
do Common do dot
- 100' do' Tea do dos
Just roomed and for sale by BROW NB .
No fa wool street
L 3 ;t=2"dg} , ."arbrymk ... };, - =4,7g ,
CILESCIIR-38 boxes large fine W. R. Ch ere,.
hand-aod for rala by P C MARTIN
mpRI • - ear smithfiald and from ma
CIOTTON-36 low repacked, now landing Iron.
%jammer Mary Ann, and for male by . • •
wy26 ISAIAH DICKEV; k CO
T BAD-500. pigs Mk. Lad. received thi. dly
i-dand for sale by L uurcuison
monaoce o UTTERS—I daunikAboell's, oo
L hand anti for sale by
at 92 6 S P VON DONNHORST & C 0.13 Prk.ut
F RVIT-300 Lau Dried Peaches, E7sives•
30 Gm Applerein store, fur sale by
C - HIDWELL, wa,er ri
DLAISTILLL—Su bb* around Fluter, in good
L ja.t rebeiyed and kw sale by
bYTO - 7 C flDWgl.l...e•terµ
L — b ;2t b44Jwit teenlved per "gra
m c yVli. Sit W 33 wood .a
0 CARSON & Meßralo/ITAlta st
HERRINGS AND SHAD kir sale by
b 0726 CARSON 4k die KNIGHT :
UTTKE-5 bbls Frekh Ball, ieeelved tr.day
ll myta ' CARSON crNitarr
( bie prime qyrlity, reeeiveA re.day
m - • CA.K...Ori BLeSrill3H
OTTON-0:1 bales in store and' for onle ba,
- L HUTCHISON fr. 00
DAPZIEt—P reams beaiy Asseay Mape.
1 and for tabs by my eIS RKYNOLDS eIIEE
1 , 111118-63 parkages Y. H. T. • part extra foe,
I formes Cy''' . REYNOLDS icSfIEE
DIO tierces 'rash We or sale .y
1.• .T 46 . B.LUALEV /le SMITH
W C al?dr: E ss,s - b1 b*riy;l*c'idEp.Araat
BIIOGY POR * IIALE—A neer one horse Buggy
for ode by 8 F VON 803INHORFF .3. CO • • '
my?? • No 35 Front sneer
MIANTS-2 bbls Pbrer Zatue. !or .nle by •
DIM - • J D WILLIAADtk
OLIVE 011,4 dos. in boule,for male nv
InTI7 JD wmumui
FLOOR OP RIDE - 4 ear kir ..!
by my 7 J D WIGLIA4I:4 &
BRAZIL ISIIIGAU-10 baxs far sale by: •
marl," J I) WILLI/049S CO
E A.-100 II( Cheats Fresh Gteen Teis 'tor tale by
11 crt WICK tc. I.IcCANDIYBB
MAClLlCltiria—aobbls No 3 Sou th . arimng ins.
/Vitas sale by earn POINDEX YER & CO
LIMY -70 tibia Lotassille Lime Sly sale by '
myl74ot FORSYTH & DUNCAN
TOLIACCO—IU lads Ky ,. .Z....t ...
TO, TritAT CI CAN
CID 40 bbl. Cidei for *C e h 1
kj myS5 NI F VONIBODINIIORST 8. CO
S4LIMATII6-I,soklbn Fir •sle by
• letyl6 S . ! VON ZONNti_OII3T k cO
MnSTAILD-211 Lep English, for sale Ly
TuraB V VON BONNHOR , E & CO
rAPPICA-10bags Pepper for sale by
.1; eave!l ble VON bObiNlluEtST &CO
GaIICESK-100bis prima !alio W. R., just 'tool
am% for oohs by colltl J C BIDWELL
Btlyc(nraiinnronial iu< and nit
u ' i m i* T2s ' J s
Cn ELL Ie
P°.7.l!'" - w""t
IBALCON—d: Int BesonSidev, in stare ana i'o r vale by
narOS W ItAßßAUUll.*llrochl at
Dsir PAACIECII. in surte - and 1i sale VT
'• mute B A W lIaItdAUUN
LARD OIL—A foe article s on clesaigoinent and
for aide by olyte Sit IV IIAkiIAUGH
FLAXSEED AND TIMOTIIif SEED for sale by
CARSON AddelifilDliT bdi at
FLAXSEED OIL on hand and for sale by .
rove& CARSON KNlDiry
prim Rio. ladolif_br and for
%Jule by any% CARSON tr. Alellan/DT
Qtliiiit-23 Mitts N. 6., landingal;l7iii'fsaie by
osyld CARSON & IIdeKNIGHT
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F 111131 1 .-100 bair Dry Pertchest
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01LIOKETS AND TORS-3 llankei: and
.0116 do. Tubs, receiving and for sale by
. mygi - J DALZELL, 41 +wet Id
WILLOW BASKTS-to N -41 7 :104 per IC
Caqat, and for sale by ' SA; ti
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MERE& —lO bbd. No firj. l .lk.b):_l.
MI. • EDWARD
East .de of niatutu.!
11001A000-30 by Na 0 Twist Tamer.. land.
Mg fa= steamer Germamears, sod' for file by
myrU JAMES.DALZELL,2 I yearee st
bbb Na 1 MN Neni.g;
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10 Mud No 9 do; For nle by
atylet D is CO_
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1111/ ZED 0120-40 bbls Liovtied Oil for sale by
.„ t , ;, WICK k kIeKANIK.EZKI
M A TR I3D sI I"I--V"'nle
1.16-2,lbbi, iu 4.1 ruN
NIFF•IO.-40e00110/10 t rec'a Red sot We or .
L , MY% JOHN. F PEala
MAJOKER23. --- -100lilt, INo 3, Urge; --
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plaby:• Of yit • , 3011 N F PENNY
nay-APELKIIL-00 be. tu nue •nd:lc by
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DsAss-2 bbla ortn•il in more and fin• sale
.1„)b4 • • my% • • • JOIIN F FERRY. -
SALT rd: t, Anzirt2,3101,,„,.
a"N APPLICII-44 outs, is rreedt`ed and
for vale b
_1 JOHN ; V PRRR9
t Toseeolbr tale by
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CC IV ecANDLS
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des (ataxia bE
y [garb] WICK At. WCANDgLESS
1111-4 or Them iby• Prairie Ploughs, for
b'y e m s F VON Hosmuottsr co
Bye for pale .
JOHN F PhttßY