Pittsburgh morning post. (Pittsburgh [Pa.]) 1855-1859, June 05, 1858, Image 1

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GOLD AND SILVER SP 2,CTACLES, . I•l'Lala, Chum. 4s , ,a 'ma:. D_D, Wi'llain l'e'aron,
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or weighing apirits, the cheapest and teat articles over _ .
brought to this city. - fii HE I.RAIiii:.L.LN FIRE INSURANCE
TUEB,MOMETERS AND BAROMETER% ~.1. C)MTANY, OF PLIILADELI . II.IA.
varying in price from $6 to $3O each.. Dmv.cTos.--4)harles W. Baneker, l'iaantra /lam Tut.liis
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PACKET COMPASSES, or - 41, , c2ri D Louis, Adolph, K. Berle, David U. Brown's, Mors
AND r.a Nate:n0m , .. , ::.4.5 '.., I li t. 11011.11.11, i'mt.oldent.
,SUR,VEYOR'S COM PASSES, ort_ci. t). Es..r.cm:M, Eecfetar:.
o lways on baud at G 13. SHAW'S, Continuo to make inatitteince, perpetual or limited, V.-lover:7
PracticM (114.2.010,71, IS Fifth &re... 4. .....teriptton of property, in town 'oil country, at rates as low
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Mined L a crocab!y to 311 ACC ~I .1, ,11 . 01), avers as foilowa, vii :
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No. 41 Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
F. J. Busse,
!WSW& & GUTENDORF,
STEAM 801 LERS
And all kinds of Shoot Iron Work.
Penn an,et, near Water, Pittsburgh, Pa.
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FANCY DYERS AND ISCOURERS,
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BITWEEN WOOD AND LOERTY SMELT:I,
All kinds of Shawls. Dresses, Ribbons, and
.every description of Bilk aud Woolen GILL& executed at
abort notice, and on reaseuable terms. (up2B:3m
°Mee of Sealer of Weights and
Measures:
THE OFFICE OF THE UNDERSIGNED,
SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND mEAsvii ES,
Maly be found henceforth, in Cherry alley, bar. , Third
and Fourth streets, whore onion) may be left.
iurl3:tf CHARLES IiAL:NETI.
LARD 011,—We havo commenced mans
tacturing Lard 01), and w 11 ho pletoett to receive or
circa :or it wilt warrant it equal to any Oil in the tutu
ket. I' I id t.arreitt retarattti when detiror•
ti. 4; cJ. 11
I\K/ .1. -10 tlibuns foesalo by
MOW 11. 0011411i0.
C. OZTENDOELF
PITTSBURGH, PA.
II li r , 0 ; s
,
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ep „ • NV
711*
i - ; I y .1 4. i`tl ES P BARR, AT THE ‘; p(y4T rALTILIDINGS," 00.1iLikl,rt (10F WOOD ;N STREE'n
...... . .. . .
moat orata.a,a; LILIt3-C12.0 yriflr3,
y 1,1,1 111,4%, ci l)ri. 'A: Won Four Hub aro.l Thou.
i 4,5 t., by tiro, tip, g the
.7., ~.ntar.foa of lustnac.,. , •, l. 43W I ilty and (I.l6.youition
1.- ..
s' •.1 A IN it
'tad T.l,lre. atz.
\IV ESTEB,N I S .
,JE
GEORG
Osnos 97 W atur Co's Waxohouoe,) up
Eitaire, Pittsburgh .
Will insure figul e, 0.1! i ui 2 . 1 itisKs
A home InnitcCuJu, numfigt.o
known in the c anunity, an.; t
nr,-,niptut:•66 nu 'L 711eltlittihk ILL i t: which
they 1137 e rut• •_ , Li , f !loge
Who desir3 io 1.0 tn..nref!
ASB ETS, I
Stach .1;ro1:,
......
Bills .vivo.
tat, - 1 - 1 I WS
p „ A :.1.112t,,•
Prumiu_ni
Bil la DiSC(0111:.
iii.A.E.JSI.! ,
Ci3or 9.rei. ,'• !,11,,,, , ..,
tit,r•go i} • •,,: .
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r). NI. il,t g, Wu, i nulin
C. I'7'. L,.frk,,Lll,Jil. r ',T. (1' , li ' DCtii,
110t.."0!ON —J)CO ibs otniritry Baeon, for sale
LIP 01 i writ* Arm. Ei. 61t TB 8 O).
;1 iti; ItTe N N
• ...vs uIiANUE COMPANY,
- . 0) 96 WATER S;' REEF,
PITTNEWEWEA, PA. '
,ILLWAV.
AL.r.a. iII:AWAY, Vie. Prt.,l.l”u!
Li' A. LIINCHA kl 7, 3<' rotary.
'ti.s—Thin Company lank, exert' iitharatico 4pl - .4.11-L.kititlli.; to
or connected with CAFE RISKS
wit HULL AND CARII-o RISKS on al,
and bntaries,nud MARINE ItISKB
gen. rally
And wg:uu,:r 1,,m3 nud oy Fte
Perils of th • Inhth.l :•
n 1; :
liIIMEM=II
M 41,111 in/ .11,.1. ;' :,11) SC,Att
Vll,. .t. 1111111411.
111106 N. :APAR 011.,r1..” Axton'. to,
ad!-) S. I,vech,
' .• rr , i; N. F Ilart,
!'avid '• :'• ,:•
kurrlia Insurance Company or Pennsylvania.
99 TER 1, , t virrsßußoit
. Itil'l—pnyitblo on ...oubol.l and neetsred by
11:! ot•-, $ 78,890 00
1u Pat.3'. 01'0 Tru,4 C, o a, ti0,..;80 27
.110.0.11 N.PtO3 62 092 SU
11 , ,culvable 15,956 01
12:4 - 1 1.0 - os Flr.chqu.:- Itirdk Stdc — , tost 6,650 00
'A du 111,,...101.• Ink Stock--co.l 6,40 j
14.0 du r.l;ty 1.1.1.1.:I $t .1 - I:—.intount pull. 7.1100 00
'l,llO 1, , A1.,141,...1.4 k--
bo , i. AC...,UUtB
DIRECTORB.
J. H. Shoenbarger, I
0 W. Cane,,
W . . K. Nimick, Isaac M. Pennock, g
John A. Ca.aghey, W. W. Martin,
C. 'U. Batchelor, I it. T. Lech, Jr.,
it. D. C.,chrau, David I`cOancilt.e43,
incls J. }l,nnett, Georgo 3. Beldt,n.
Wm. J. Anderson,
J. H. 110 EN lIERGER, Prasideut.
NT KY, Secretary. tn) 6:1
INSUEANCE
VII L1,1.. 1 ..)1 BAG ALEX, President
/1.1.1. , ..11,5ELELL, L,scrotary.
6.1 19,...'er stye t, between _Market and Wood Jared:,
Laurin's HULL AND CAL , ) KISRI3, on the Ohio
: Missis,dppi Rivers and tributaxics.
agains: LOU or Dainaso b VIRE.
• • ILI:, 1,,,A2g3t.t0a
Jatette M. Cooin.r,
James Park, Jr.
t5c..,..e M. Pennock
prieger
damsel C
Caldwell
AND ZIFF ,
INSURANCE COMPANY,
No. 149 Clieulattt Street,
Opp pHito thy, C - custvai House.
TV- iLL itiA.K.F., ALL KINDS OF
RANCE, either Perpottui or Limited, on ever
Property or L..erchautliee,r.t reasonable rates
ilayeti
N. Et Eat;liah,
P. D. taavery ,
Shertuar,
J. :'tlaar t :
,"4.,cre,ury
TOTEfiS & RS2A.UNTS
EXCHANGE HOTEL,
OMEN
he Railroad Depot
W EST NE , vlt);. , ,, PENN'A.
i. BON'E HAIL' NONV IN COM•
_ :! E. , l.!er to: the re , Arr. :Jf visiters. It Li beau
.. 1 , . t` t Von,:hioghony rive-.:aid
1.2 ey. ry ;Joy ironthe city by The Conuellevill,
tel.!
Ti r roe ore :tit 5-. 1,
N 11 wet' fat , ta
1..! no 1.1.. c.., or .. few ~ , ,eke ei,Lorne:
...ieno , in the 1,111.1a,N can Le h
robeLUNi. El V,
Went r,ewte , ., P...
THE NiTiONIL SALOON,
t Adel' P'oster'n New Nt“.lonat, 'lshcatre,
PA,
- - - PROPRIETOR,
JAS FITTED UP iN A TASTEFUL
cornfor.tf rcyle. tee ,Lrge centre rtore In the
•f/L) !If r.r•• t, n IrIRST CLAS: ,
t.:ITAL RANT AS I) -A1, , ,K1N. Having o.ad many years'
the bard:lo4g, /e in prepared to rupply the bout
• watnet afford!!. Hie hal will bo faruitihed at all times
. thy t,st L.QUL,P,S AND ALER. Tlio on
.• th, it t centre el the Nell, and re
"mnia, wfif furnimbef at all tuner, DAV and NIGHT
ur..Lrya exf•opted, ap14.34
IN A. T Pl itiOtiBE 9
•)le. P ENN' A AVENUE...I- Tiliki) ST.,
I.EVERIDGE
SCOTT HOUSE,
g i;retor irwin Street a-nd Iluquentte Way,
1!. LIAIiKER, - - PROPRIETOR,
of the "Mr.rker Blair3cille, Ps.)
;CO Cf tit) USE I S NOW Col\l
- IH.ET'fli: .LNIt FOR GUESTS. It ia
cell trill t o: ettv, to all oat]
: tulibe built in with all lilt rove
tip in inatire Fat althre
Wl.! in every respect be it liret tthtel.
.:•• el,l‘tV rue tetilt4 peetiii,a. I jelly
A pal
ILA 2,..t 9
, 3 ),-,.,;:ette the PC/CAEK. Railroad Depot,
lIAKIIIEWURG, PA.
W 4, g litt INGTo E ,
FORMERLY U. .11:7,17EL,
PITTSBURGII, PA.
rah:, Pnprietor.
HOUSE IS LOCATED ON TIIE
corner 01 I'. and WASHINGTON Streotc, between
C:i.NTRAi, AS D WESTERN RAILROAD DEPOI±, and
u,dergorde u therotw,h improvement, remodeled and
wnh n .'v, rnrnitury cud in now the must GOllVO
liotLi 1 , 3 i'ltt..on,gll. 1s r lltaveleru by Railroad, Ea2t
C• • eat. tayti:ly
tiOUSE, tiEORGE AURENTZ
PROPIILITOX _No. 344 Lit erty strcut, just beside the
Dcl,l of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which makes
;z cuc o,ot eon, rjent hone :0 the city for passengers errs
..l: by that t i ed.
. 1 21 a, proptiet,r having, of considerable expense, fitted up,
to f.tcollout MA4SION nuus.E. would respect
,olicit a share of pitilie patronage. There is attached
4pl,n(lid STABLE and OXtlltifliVO WAGON YARD, aiord
cter aeon:um-dation to travelers and teamsters. His
1 and 16a: will be furnished with the best the market
febl.73,
CO RN UCOPILE RESTAURANT.
By ELI YOUNG, FIFTH STREET.
The attention of Merchants
C -. 4lLi And. others is directO to
tablisluneut, which has been reccntly fit,
op for the parpose of affording a SUBSTAo
lIAL EATING HOUSE IN A CENTRAL
Ltintry folks attending market are particularly invited to
.:,'i.
Everything pertaining to an EATING SALOON will
-.ways lee fonno, of the treihest the market affords.
.t.p2otlydAw
'Acelsior Restaurant -
c '' , ' - '1 •
s r ` - i p ' N 111 WOOL) Strut, ' '‘
. 1:- 44 )
: - T,
' - P1.. - reLuAGEt, PL,
WauTD.:2ALL AND KETAIL DRALM IN LA111; AND
COMPANY
The uhdorai, Lad hal juit received from the Eaateru mar
ket, selected wide great care,
SHELT, HALIBUT, ILADDOCE,
FR1.1.311 COD FISH, EAS.CERN SUN
:SEVERAL VARIETIES OF LAKE FISH,
New Voris Prince's Bay, Egg 'island,
Egg Harbor, Shell Oysters.
iiiu tinuat uve: brought to this city. Every delicacy of tho
atIEUCIII Ilerved up at the RESTAIIIIANT.
ainlydT.Eilli-Rl3Oll.
bLi.1.560 &h
... 1,160 00
„. 1.161 67
y,478 04
... 14,641 4.6
4u;.:.16 60
126,063 73
',_;LAIR HOTEL, oomar Penn and St.
3tro. .ltrzbur,;ll, Fu.-7:21:c underegned, former
I, • -13 , ,avlug thiJ large. and 60DM0-
( t o , Ii0T . ..:11„ refitted it in am..o2dll.cent style,
„,. 3 Lm f r ieuth. and t. :10 Lai
„ A.. - Lured, .ritb Lae onleri( 0 of the
;: , ?3[1,01 - IeLtCC , n give
and 1.11.2 charger
feb22 VT'—T- C. CIONDIELI,Y.
9417,641 7
Liiippirdeo Stiotl. ea Ss. P.:larson,
JC. 104 WOOD STREET, NEAR FIFTH..
21 . i1J FA. OTURERS OF TRUNKS, Va
lrcos, Lat and Bwiuot Boxes, Ladies Traveling
Trunks, rurpet 119,45, &c., keep_ constantly t.O hand a tug°
, ock o are praparrd to do a wholesale trade, and hay
iug tactlities to turn out good dock at reduced prices, we
would twat) 'the trade to call and olCarrlint3 oar goods bo
facogractsgang swiss a. a VS.
P I TIS 1- 1 t.: ~-:.. GI-1
INSURANCE.
P TTSBUR(III
ti.l 1.:/11.1:14t. the
':
. i'.l, 4,.ret3' to
MENEM
lIIIIM=E3
Ilissete--11ELy 1, 1858
OF PITTSBURGH
.iLHIA 2:
41.1 , t. Sari Sterling,
idikLu6l
John S. Dilworth,
Yrancir, Sellers,
William B. Hays
John Shipton,
trialt.er Driaut.,
uubNß•i F. wcv Prua,4Dni.
U. W. BALLWiN. Via, Prodltiba
L•IAEC7OIW.
B. It. Copc ,
George 17. Jir•Wn
Joseph S. Paul.
John Clayton.
F. Wilor.
G. OO i IN. Agent,
Thilaaud Wood atre,tu
A) 46" :El Yi rl kor,
I lil“,ll", , dic ~y kLver,
EJh_SLia T U. C
I'LtorfaEcaEss
PlTTsw,rp.au, PA
H. W. KANAGA
EASTEIIN FIFE
trz,vo i
DOLLAR SAB'II9 . G6 BANE.,
MIDDLE 11.0G21, JONEH' NEW BUILDIIIO
OPEN DAILY, from 9 w 2 o'clock; all
•
on Viedneiollie and Saturday evaniuga, front May
to Nnvi•tatier lit, fr , :in T to ft o'cloca: and from Novemt„..
lit • o ',fay tat, froin 6 to 3 o'clock.
recolveil of all anent, not 1, - .1 than ONE
and a dividend of :lie profits deciArci twice a yrur,
and lier•embor. interest Wait declared at the rate of edy..1.,..
cent. per on the trol of Discuizber, 1665; nine I ,
„Tune and Dectoiber. IJbu, and in Jon,' and December, tan':
Internet, ii not drawn out, is td,:ed ,
depositor principai, and bOoe too 6,11110 interest
firat if June and iieceinto• - . ~ napou 'tiling 1 win.
Viitatt,lll 1, , C . A . . or ett t 3, ‘,l
his pio.„l book'. lide tate,
twelve yeara, agl;i , s3r" diu RV
PER t„.
Book co t,iuiu. the Itto.i Ger, Auk,
farc'o3l,o,l gratis, on vvli,:aticqk at th,
Preaident.-Gi6Coltag. ALBELEU
clot P5.9,:,,47:7N
llopburn
Robert Rol.
William .
Ifaill,kl
P. A. Matleire.,
John H. M. 'h.r.
Wnitv: - P.
Wilson bill
L.
Sohn M. 6nw'yor,
Ti,
1,1look..,0(1 1' , 1121,11 , •tt0r
2 ralaz:r A. C.)LTill;.
WHIM II
.ert Culborn,Ju
isdin B. Canfield,
.1. l.,ardiner
Alf Ilea A. Carrier.
V ILI 0,
Ohni le4 A. Cc.ito,l,
I.gr F. CIF,:
t.r,U , (4 J,
L' 0 . 240 34
2266,341 15
BANK OF lOWA.
A. J. STEVENS &
riOLLEUTIONS MADE and prompLi;
mitted. LANDS selected awl located. CupttaliAl
v, to mete ioverAments In al" Vibbt, C3ll do 90 throe 6:,1
thiotk,lll, Clorresponnom rely2-1:Cm1
111E.71N LOOZIS TLIOE. D. LOC , aIIE..
USTIN LOOMIS CO., Dealers in
PromitecrsNoto,illopti,s,
for Soucy.
1.., - .:nned an et:er.:l;6 at ariort date 3, wan coliater&
security.
NOThB AND DRAFTS BOUGHT AN L.
Persona desiring Loans can be accumuiedated OIL reason:.
hie terms, and capitalists canba furnished with cool securi
tied at remunerative prices.
Also, attend to the 6ale, Rei tiov 13.7 , 1 L T7!2.,;;
Onace, No. 62 VOIJR'LTI street,above Wood.
bs-AUSTIN LOOM LE, Notary Public. t0b2.0
- 1-tT HOLMES & SONS, Bankers
z wa nda Es
-I,vl isloi.eJ,,pt-
Ganes, Gold, Silver and Bunk Notes. Exchange on the Haat
era and Western Cities constantly fur sale.
Gollectiona made in all thlk cities throughout the
States. Deposits received in par funds or currant paper, N,.
67 Market street, between Third and Fourth eta. tjaati:ly
FIiILIOMAS WOODS, Comn:tereial R, ,ke.r, grit!
Doaler N... .4. St. , cks, ~ 7C,
IVarth cod. !•ILt,utivAit,
(AIN WOODS, BANKER. AND Excm Az:GE
Isazilua, Denial F,ichauge, Commercial and Bank
NrAca. Stuck buaght and mold. Oil WWI"
caroiully ati...udad to. Interest paid ou Deposita. I:v.
JUNES' NEW BUILDING, Fourth ettect.
BOOKS zt ND STATIONERY
R OBERT A. 1,00A11.3,
(S;; scessor to B. T. C. Morgan,)
STATIONER AND DEALER IN BOOKS, PEI:I.OI,ICA L't ,
AND NEWSPAPERS,
No. 41 Pifth street. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Co-Farts ership.
THE undersign. , ,d have entered into Co
_ Pz.n.ricirdbip, tum.r the ityle of Wm. C. J ohm
SAMTILI, t. JOLINST , M, .
1.1.7A.11 G. JOE '.ISTON
:iemuLl'r,..r 1 , Idsl.
u.. - ion_cgToN & co.,
Blank Book . I .l;•Lnufacurer,.
1.0 aud No. r. 7 'Ntiod ,erL,
1:11:r I 1,,,c1 r;t.tl,l4argh,
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
• D. 'RINEHART,
TOBACCO, SNUFF AND
( - .
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Cou;;;., ,ftiall College,
Pa.—Chartered, 1855_
Board of 12 Trustees—Faculty of 14 Teachers
3)O SrLID.E , TS ATTENDIN.i, JANUAnY, ISSB.
.ilea Prepare:din/ . Actudi Duties the berating
NST RUCTION (LIVEN IN SINGLE
eud Double-Entry, boolf-Eceping, us used in every de.
meta of 1311HilICSS. GAUIIIerCIII, Afialln,tlC. Rapid Busi.
ss Wxitiug, Mercantil.) u ec, Less,
De::2cif o g Counterfeit Maury, tical Economy,
.rlo k .;raphy, and al other suljsetts nc,ssery fat the Om
. h educ3tiou of a practical business Wan.
C. SMITH, A. M., Profesaor of Rook-Keeping aud
beton ca of Ancounte.
.1 A. H ISYDRICK and U. A. uursoN, Assistant Teach
ors of Book,Kmeping.
ALEX COW LEY, A. T. DOIITHETT, and U. A. 1112 NON,
Profeedurti of Penmaneltip—twolva tirst premiums over all
competition for beet Pen and Ink Writing,
Ai - AND NOT lON ENGFAVHD WOES,'
.1. U PORTER, Prof of ° Mathematics.
-' Full course, time unlimited, enter at ar y tinn,
Avvrtti.;c, to 12 week.i. B and about $2,50.
Entire cost, $4O to VO. Graduat.a - abeistod in obWt on g a
ei , nation. lipuciminia of tudequalliai i.irditing and CirClliKtd
Pr , ilt. free. Ad.i ;vas, F. W. J ENKINS,
iny2o Pittebnrgh,. Penn
Safety and Economy in Light.
\limy WILL YOU BURN CAMPLIENE
AND FLUID, when you can get a che-iper and bet
ter light. Dare lieroseue Cril, made from the gas of Cancel
(.1 ,- )al, produces the cheapeot, most brilliant, steady, pleasant
find safe portable light ever offered to the , public, and nu
daoer of explosion ; more brilliant than gas; and: quite as
cheap; Lamps of the most simple and easilyemanagod con
struction. Bo: sale by T. D. & Gl. LIODHINSON,
No. 79 Smithfield street.
tk.%.. Beware of a counterfeit already in the market, made
1 row Campheu., with a little Onil if to scent it. If. 27:1y
COOKING BY GAS.
A WORD TO THE LADIES.
'HE HEATED TERM IS APPROACH
ING, and we cull the attention of the Ladies to the
fact that
COOKING, IRONING, ETC.,
Can be dome with economy, without oppraleive heat. with
out euut, and with despatch—the fire being always rea.4 in
a nioment! , y using
Mnsgrave's Gam illooking Steve,
To which we respectfully invite your attentLn, at No. 76
Smithfield street. S. A. J 011.1.40.1 & BRO.
ta... County uud City Rights for sale. ap12.:91n
AYRES. WOBIti
C ONPECTION C
O N F E OTION,CO
, :FECTION,CON
F EOTION,CONF
ECTION,CONFE
O PION, CONYEC
T lON,CONFECT
I ON,OO NFEOT I
O N,CONF ECTI 0
N,CONPECT
CONFECTION .
The moot plceevu.b tee and effectual Worm Remedy now
Muse.
, •
. ,
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by
itIYGRIA.• &MUM,
.-
Cor. Wood and Sixth cis., Pittsblugli, Pa
And hr aVn.r 3 nY• jai
L
T. CHARLES LIVERY STABLES.-
Jo The undersigned has bought the lama_
iN of the above named Stables, :Me
~,..gether with a portion of the extol:l 7 , 21,1_ •-•
sive stock. of liorsea and Carriages; ice '
Into the property of James Mathewa, deoeased. In addition
to the stock before-mentioned, he has also added number of
FLNE lionsEs, RUGGLES' AND CABBIAGES,
which were formerly employed at his Livery rfit,..bles in
Third, below Wood street. As he gives his pereenal atten
tion to the business, a continuance of the patronage which
~,he has hitherto received frau public is solicited.
JACOB GAB.B.NEB,
St. Charles Livery Stables.
N. B.—A iIEAREE and any number of °Milt/AGEE can
always be procured tor Ftzerals. den
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.-20 sacks Buck
wheat Flour. 5J lb sacks, just recelied and for sale
by MoOANDLESS, 3.1.4 ANS k CO,
Oorrcr Wood and Weter street&
Superfine Flour received
and for mile by McCANDLEBB, MEANS & 00.,
lao Corner Wood and water stroota
EMIGRANT RIFLES.—A•most desirable
and chap weapon, at BOWN 8 TEILEY'B,
1. 1 ,1 IdB 14 - 9.1 d otrftat.
T ARD.—A prime article of No. 1 Lard, in
barreLs and kegs, Just received and for sale by
McOANDLEBS, ALBANS 6; CO.,
Ja23 Corner of Wood and Water streets.
QPICES.-
1,7 25 bags PitnentO;
lOU " Grain Pepper, ituit received enti tot' sale
5111,1,K8 lc 1110iitTSON.
blte.tfil end 2311 Liberty street
,S A TUR )A Y. E 5. • .--18
BANKS
No. $5 Aura
N. Urnlta.,
if.lllem
.101,u 2 COdgniv,
DE.SSIuINES, I. , : i' A,
'lO. UN WOO P STREET
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
CUTHBERT & SON'S OFFICE, Nu. 51
,„ market street, for the sale and purchase of Real
Llitate, renting houses, attending to insurance and repairs,
dotaining loans on bonds, mortgagee,Sic,; making con vey
anGt4i, 14,11L15, &C.; 45 rit;i f rt Rua con - liwoucling
ith pm - tieB abroad, tic. uc II
BEIMEN SEYMOUR,
heal Estate and Insurance Agent,
CLEVELAND,
Fl , N;lur4, cg
Putt,
WESTEEIN LA.NDS
ALEXANDER GARRETT,
REAL ESTATE AGENT, NO. f. , t) WATER STREET,
CL ELA N , OHIO,
Ham foi Lands iu ittirinedota,
Michigari and lowa lib will Ciebauge Lauds Witlekillti
4.i., for L'ittstinrgh manufactures, and ale° for city property.
All letters of inquiry annver ,,, i af , ..o,7wilig we its
r.011.1y
PROPERTY FOR SALE OR RENT.
PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATES
UNDERSIUNEI) WILL EXPOSE
LO ea the proluiled, On the lOth
day of JLLIkt next, the Real Estate of tiA..!JOEL
late Itobiusen tuvinAhltt, WaahluGG.o t:cranty
I.=+t dee-eaed, coli , ititlug of a tr..ct tar. , l Hit11:1•., i
toe. in said cuanly, ec,utainkg
163
A.C.11,
Mon of leaq. Tina harm ie situoio , l un l'itLzburgh sea
St ucecvilla Itoitionii. la miles from l'ittaburgh, is well im
,:ruvoi. and i 4 C.,llvonieta to Ohurcim., Schools and 111113.
(.ne-third of the p2rchase money will remain iu the lane
&trine, the lifetime of too widow, the interoat thereof to t,
paid to her aunlally. One-half the remainder to he paid
on the first of Apt i 1,1859, when posoesaion will be given—
the remaining half In one year therefrom, without interett
JAMIO JONES, }
JOHN JONES,
fINLY FIVE DOLLARS 1
.-FJr
new and c,anfortabio wtingu liuune of four rooms,
tn acre of ground, abutabutee of frn't, garden. ,bade
tr,t; and ahr:bbery, intuate about threo-quater3 of a silo
from ..xllegheuy Cemetery, near the residence of Samuel
Iku}rlau, E,o . -.UAW SZ) per mouth.
8. OUTI - 1132'1T 80Y,
61 Market street.
my2u
ALOT OF GROUND in East Liberty, near
th 3 Railroad station 30 by 100 feet will be sold for
$'276, one-fourth in hand, remainder at tliX years' credit.
S. OUTElliEia 4; SUle.
tay2.o Al Market street.
ePENING OF NEW GOODS,
' A .7 AT
. BUSH'S ;
No. 6 Market Street,
A Splendid Stock of Trimmings,
(); the luteiit piitterue, auil to suit ro.iat ovi ry dram—also,
HII'TTGN OF ALL DESCRI PTIONe
Among tho novelties in Trimmings; Ladies will fled the
1t .&L thMPUIU LACE,
the Richost Trimming Lr 9illt Dresses. Also,
CHANTILLA LACES FOR MANTELS AND CAPES
A foil nJuurtmeat of ESIBROIDER - E.':! sold tit low prices
MARSEILLES CAPS FOR CHILDREN,
LACE AND MMBROIDMItEb CAPiL
Sa:IRTS; CORSETS AND noars,
7or Lest eelectio❑ in the city, and will be most cheerfully
to the Ladies, by J. 81311,
No. 65 Marko' ,troet.
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS.
A. ra,PZIMAND,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Corne=r of our; h. and :Smithfield Streets,
LLY N. OUNCES TIIAT
GA;NTLE.M Eld'S D 1 S 1100 DS,
tai 110W0 St Eltyles, brit quatity ,110111. clUgliCt
0,1,, winch lit, it , prepat ed w Inc.; ut.t.:_tutro to order iu the
LATEST FASHIONS,
nliCh n character of woraruanihip, isq canac,t fsil
t satisfy ant pleaae the moat fastidious tastes, i.tuyl9
1 - 116.5OLLTION
/ The firm of fIAWURTLI BRO ItiNLUE was,
3•1 of M 4.2.. by inatual co,ierut, by Ca •
U! .1 EIIU tr,.la Un, abova firm.
".'!• accuunts of too late firm will 1,••• ••et tied uy Li AWOlail
LEE.
dir JELIU Iid.WORTII, teittairawing fw n the above
lirtu, kindly thanks his former patrons and n 6 [be patrons
the late firm, fur the very liberai ba:rouAge he has re
refs.. d, wadiri kindly rto.mumetid them b, 11:S it.,0,1,01 - 9,
I LEL:, as they are determined to nell
a, .:.g k largo asss.tinen: of Cif NAP
tiiF ES and I,lQl.ittli en hand .
JEW] II Aw..atr fi.
.q...-ff" DAI iD HAWORTH 'and JA HE'S BIt4. I WNLI-.E
I. ave this ,1 i. 10, I itt r, 1 01.1 , 4111 C:.ntintle on the
imidnees at the OLD STA ND, corn r of Died:wind and Din
alloy. under the style of HA W:11:1'11 15 BROWNLEE,
wh.A - e they hone to recelie that patronage :I 1 liLertll given
to :re old firm, as they are determined to sell OHItArRR
time any other Store in the city. uryiti
THE CHEMICAL OLIVE ERASIVE
sL suep, manufactured by B c.. J. H. Sawyer, re
r,eelver the preference over all other kinds ever offered for
timAly nse.
advatilagass over other '_asps are :-Ir.t. It hi cl.eap-r
t.. use. use pound being equal to three of eoulmon rosin
So.Lp. 2.1. Half the time 11(101i only be occupied in washing
when this Soap is tied in place of other Soap. 31. Labor
in washing can he nearly dispensed with, us the clothes
will require little if any rubbing, thus avoiding their wear
on the wash-board. 4th. Boiling the clothes is unnecessary
NV Ibis Soap is need, and hard ur salt water answers
egualky as well as soft.. sth. Printers, 3lachiuists, Painters
amt otters, find it far superior to other Soaps. It speedily re•
moves grease, tar, paint, printers' ink and dirt from the
h.tirls, leaving the skin soft, and free ftom chapping.
To avoid the labor 01 rubbing the clothes, and the uso .1
th wash-Load, the following directions should be followed:
Fri. the :cashing of eight or ten of a family, take one
p.. ind of Soap, cut it into shavings, and dissolve in one
gmlon nI hot water; put the clothed juto a Lab containing
about ten gallons of warm water; pour in the dissolved
and stir thoroughly. Let them soak twenty to thirty
minutes, wring oat, and rinse in warm water once, old
water: twice., A very dirty Walt.ollll,l, or deem, or grease
do. .in, may regain) a slight rubbing, but otherwise the
A:Lairs will come cut chan and whim, without rubbing or
Lolling. Cold water may be used iu place of but, requiring
about double time In soaking.
4-.. tr Observe our name on each bar.
1... r sale, in any quantity, at our warehouse, No. 47 Wu._ d
atr:rt, and at our works, oppoeite the Round Ilona°, Penn
s; ivania avenue. B. 0. do J, 11. SAWYER,
ap2.l No. 47 Wood e tnvt .
1 4 1 01 i SALE.— SEVENTY THOUSAND
' ACRES of choi e Prairie and Timber Land, situated
to rthern lona and Southern Minnesota, embracing the
tit,cst iut of farming lambs ever offered in this market, as
the aro located conveniently to Mills. Towns and lines of
Pamphlets containing information of value to
eta ,iants and catalogues giving location, description and
price of the land, with a brief description 01 the counties in
they are I,,:tited, can 1,0 hod on application at our
rah• , . and they will be, st>7. - t free by mail to persons sending
::eir address. WILLIAM FRAZIER &
n:o3:tf Jones' Building, bro. 67 Fourth street.
iyED SWEET POTATOES.-15 barrels
U Seed Sweet Potatoes for sale cheap to close consign
meat y JAS. A. FETZER,
ap23 Corner Market and First streets.
LAWRENCE COUNTY BONDS WANT
Ell, in exchange for land.
S. OUTIIBERT /c SON, 51 Market et.
. STEAM MILL in complete running or
der, with dwelling house etc., near the city, for
sal, by B:CUTHBERT k SON,
ap24 51 Market street.
fIOUNTRY BACON.-1000 lbs. Country
T,..) Bacon, Jnet received end for eale by
JAMES A. FETZER,
ney4 Corner Market and Pim etreete.
WESTERN LANDS of good quality, fcr
sale or exchange for Real &tare in the city
tip22 8. CUTHBERT Sr. SON, 61 alarketst.
NEW ARRIVALS.—We are taking into
store, (12 - 7 , ' Wood street,) an immense stock of fine
Paper for Jobbing purposes ; alai, Letter, t;ap and Note ;
EuvdJpes in great variety; yiauill4 Papers, of every size,
and as cheap as they can be bought in the Coat, where we
offer wholesale or retail, very low for Gash.
apt JNO. M. PERKINS fic CO.
AKE FlSH.—White Fish, Trout, Sabn'on,
ju and Pickerel constanlly on hand, a t r
01l stock to supply
the wholesale trade, by [myBl HENRY FL COLLINS.
ORANGES. -300 bxs. sweet, just received
and for sale by RHYMER & ANDBBSON,
No. 439 Wood street,
toyl7 Opp-•site the St. Charles Hotel.
ROOMS —lOO doz. Extra Corn Brooms
'll on band and for emit) by
alp 2 B. C. A 3_A. SAVITYBB.
DUSTER TRIMAINUS.—Drab and Gray
Duster Binding and Tassels, Just opened at
JOB. HORNE'S, 77 Market street.
NEW STEEL SPRING SKIRTS—Of the
most graceful shapes, on hand at nomos,
mya 77 Market stroet,
SEED SWEET POTATOES.-20 barrels
Seed Swett Potatoes, received And for sale by
JAMIS A. FETZER,
7.120 . Corner liirrkct and First streets
ROOM CORN.-3 tone fast quality rea'd
and for salo ! y (m , 51- FIENRY B. 00,..L1N5.
PICKLES. -6 bbls. Cucumber Pickles, re 4
ceived and for site by J AXLES A. FHTZEIt,
fe2o Coiner Market and First streets.
E c' GS.---6 barrels fresh Eggs to arrive this
.fi g , ‘ad tur 4th. by JAMS A. vniz.E.B.,
MTh; Outlier blarticet. and Wire% etreeta.
T DOLL/MS PER ANNIThi.
;uru , k.ou & Cu.
jy.ll:y
. .
PANS, F CNS, FANS,
NIISCELLANEous
REAT SALE
FU RN IT U'
$30,000 Wourtsi,
TO BE ;,0L1) Al' PRIVATE SALE Is,
'the t , uvlve Furnilun.Wm'
rtroll,H, on hifili , I:oot, 1,03/11E,ISioll .•i
on Ow It•th utters Lie entire drek .1
FURNITURE, ANP CHAIRS,
A T C 0 S T.
THE SALE CONBIENCES
ON TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1858,
AND WILL CONTINUE FOR THREE WEEKS
The Prices will be mc.rhed is platu tigtt:ed, ou each arti
no that visicora can at once Ee... the
GHAT BARGAINS OFFERED.
TERMS—AII Hume hal than SICO, cash. On $lOO and
u credit days will be given fur approved
e..doreed paper, with interest added.
H. 11. RYAN,
No. 31 11.11Til hTRENT
olyl&liw
FIFT‘II LIST OF APPIJICATIONS FuR
LIC.I3;,SIS.c, filed In the Clerk's Olfice of
Allegheny county, up to Rine lit., 1858.
TlitiS. A. ROW L. LY, Merit.
I.l.lase n Peter, with oth e r goo's, 2d W: 1, Allegheny;
rg• , tar.r - J, Idepaestio Borncoi ;
Bentz John LOl/814, as. Lanni;
Bentz , " Irmiursne Borough;
Beam Samuel, tavern, Itosa newnthip ;
Bncklitirt Lawrenceville;
Bray James, do du
Bar ditto CHL!,..ri` tenon, lsi Wari, Pittsburgh,
Bryson rk Stiiiies do 111 do do
litiown A. it J , with ...tiler goo/a, Birmingham;
Brooks John, tavern, l ilizabeth township;
05lmer John, du lst Ward. Allegnr rut
Carr v iltioul & Cu., with other 4th Ward, Pittsburgh.
Cunningham J., du do Birmingham;
Campbell John, do do Wilkins township:
Dial Jo a.ph hl , tavern, Indiana township;
/L ugSicrty Char.es, wi.li other goods, "eon township;
burr tam, tavern, Reserve township;
itik Fr-1 . 0, wall other guAlt, Penn township;
Eiclieulaul, Edward, tavern. Shaker towothip;
Evans E., with tith, r lot Ward, Pittsburgh;
Elise'. ltllam. tavern, 6'h Ward. do
Lieury, out, Los, 1...1.140, Set W;lrd, do
Fouttg t4VOrri., Ward, Allegheny;
Prnr,to Inman, eating twuse, ii Word, Pittsburgh ;
1i01LZ..;...1111, or. mi. ewrelJeevlde;
Gardner Jana ,r, tavtru, Yd Wore, Allegheny ;
G.A.:nail: Any, Is: •tri Pittsburgh:
Rio-negar Rudolph, with other gtiods, Ittuarve township ;
Job,, G.. avers, ;
!;,:worth David, with other goods, 3d Ward, Pittsburgh ,
[tare Samuel, tavern, Sth Ward, do
Herber Christian. tavern, Studer township;
troll Bonnet, eating I:arise, West Pittsburgh;
Lila!- hrnud Louis, eating house, lbw...rye unvnahip;
tavern, Indiana d,,
11. u,icko J eating I.onse, Ist Ward,
Haiti:mu John, tavero, Lower :•••t Clair township;
.„; Joseph, eat It , use, d do
Kelly Morris, tavern, du do
Er: pi la Fre:Pk, eating house, Z.; Wlrr.l , cittaburgh ,
Leto Dumas, eating ucuse, P.: :own
Luther Costar, tavern, Midlin haw ot.s p;
Lsi:.dwehr Henry, tavern, Township;
Mineliart Jacob, uther gsdnis, 4th 10:3 Imgheny
:Miller Yost, tavern, 51'hteesport;
Miller A, Iticlietarm, 5 ith other goods..itli Ward, Plttertinrgh.
Miller, John, tavern, Sib Ward, Pit eburgli ;
Marsh Honey. eat Mg bidisa, Bast BL re.righam ;
Alat.,:r Martin, wino ther good., 3,1 Ward,
Miller Frederick, with emir goods, iirtseirve township,
5/Crearly Geo. 11., tavern, Lawrenceville;
M' beVie, le, a r tined!, 1 . 1.11 is towucthip ;
y on!, 3d War', Fitiaburgli ;
).1'.% Cal Jellu, du lit do Alleglieuy •
Erlward, with other goods, 3d Ward, Pittsbur gh;
"11',.arran James, Cavern, Ist. du du
M'Trerusu Edward C., tavern, Lower tit Clair tow oe t i ii,
N John, Ltveru, ltirmiuudale ;
Nasser Jultu,aLll; ! .; h,51.0, Putt P. cry:
r
dd .1 u lot Ward, Pittsburgh;
Rohr Kitate, tavern, Lower St. Clair township;
ki,11.1111 -, cade t ; 1.1. , 115e, 9th Ward, Pittsburgh;
Ray Vs illium , with other goods, ROBS township ;
Schroth Philip, tars ru, Ilu.inasno borough;
Sei el tiotliob, ea:l%i; hon., 3d Ward, Pittsburgh .
3..rini-r John. tavern, Cluder township;
el age John, do Stir Ward, Pittsburgh ,
Stewm - t Thus , do 9111 do do
Stewart E. C., tilVerlii Ant Ward, Pittsburgh;
titisiler C. W with other gooda, 4th Ward, Allegheny;
Smith G. W., tavetu, Indiana township;
Sha to Usury, with other goods, 4th Ward, Allegheny ;
tilael..losepli, eating house, 2d Ward, Pittsburgh;
SiAteuy Winifred, tavern, 4th IVard, Allegheny ;
Taylor Jane, t4verrl, Patten township;
Weisman Philip, tavern, Pine do
.in; D., taveru, Ist Ward, Pittahurgh
Watson Jolla, with other go,sle, 6th Ward, Pittsburgh.
MILITARY GOODS.
SURtiCRIBE ItS II AVE CONSTANT
LY uu hand a campleta tol, 01
Mi L ITARY GO 0 D ti,
CUMId7INti IN PAJLT ON
PLUMES,
N WOltD6
b 811 E,,
IASbEL
Volunteer Companies
WV , rit011) WITH 'TULL AIit:UPI:TENTS AT A HORT NOTIOL.
1111,1 i h:O Bu. , ;TENai FLAW 5.1-4-DE TO ORDER
ONO. B. rat.F.S.DDKN & SON.
95 MARKET STREET
SOIL. FAIIINESTOCK 5 ,
Pio. t 4 Wood street, Pittsburgh,
Li As JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM
A ENGLAND--
W A LDRON
QM.'Y lILNS
cow; An GL z SCYTHE,
_ J OOB.N HOBS; PATENT AND GOMMON ANVILS STPXI
Traps, very superior Brawer-Lochs, fiery supenor Onr
Locke, Tinned and Ennamelled'Siuce Pans, Basting Spoons,
Brass - Caadieshicks, Brass Cocks, Brass Stals Bads, Braces and
Bits, Measuring Tapes, Superior Waiters;' Curry Combs,
Teacee, Coil, Fifth, Tongues, Stretch and Breast Chains, with
a varioty of other goods, all of which will bo sold at that
erAtc, terms. apl3
tAMES MILLINGAR, MONONGAHELA
PLANING MILL, would reapectfally Inform the public
that he hm rebuilt since the fire, and having enlarged hie
establishment, and tilled it with the newest and moat ap
proved machinery, is now prepared to furnish flooring and
planed boards, screw! sawing midmorning, doom, sash and
ilaritters, kiln dried, frames, mouldings, box making, &c.
South Pittsburgh, September 7, 1857. [sad
CHARLES W. LEWIS, ALDERMAN,
And PA-Officio Justice of the Peace,
OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF WYLIE
AND BIRTH STREET&
ell busineks connected - with this officewill be attended to
with promptnes& tionvayances of all kinds done with legal
accuracy--arch as Leeds, Mortgages, Bonds, Powers of At
torney, A.o. Titles to Real X-state examined.
To the members of the Bar he tenders his services as Com
missioner to take Depositions to be read in the several Courts
of this State, and elsewhere. His office is ono of the main
Police Stations of the city, and consequently his facilities in
executing business of that kind are very desirable. 1 feldily
WINDOW GLASS.-4000 yards from 2
to 6 inch inch diameter, for sale by
64 TONS Eastern Lead, received and for sale
tf (au excellent article,) by
JOHN THOMPSON a CO.,
Nu. 135 Third street.
MIXED PAINTS—Always on hand, of
all colors, and for sale by
JOHN THOMPSON a CO.,
No. 135 Third street.
BEANS. -25 bblB. white Beans for sale by
JAB. A. FeTZEk%
ap27 Corner Pirst'and Market ate.
LA RUE NOTE PAPER AND .
VALLOFIC2,--Heli by • cayl3l 3R. litf HMI N.
EPA UL UTTES
BUITONft , ,
FRLNU E. i,
ETC, ETC
GRIFFIN'S
H. 11. COLLINS
BER 201
rip g - V If H., \ i 7 1
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...) 1 :. t 1
A CIiANS,.4It4 CATTON
Chinaman a rogue to born,
The laws of truth he holds in ecoru .
About tie great n hrote ti can
gricurifber the earth is John Chinaman
^iu k i Yeti, my cruel John sAlinanutu,
Niag Yet/. my Mtnt,t/th 301111 Chinaman
N t Cobden bint,olt coo tako off the ban
Lty tut maul I y Lwl oh JOllll 4Alitlalnim.
With their !lift., pig eye,. itnd their bug
And their diet et rata, ilogic, Maga, and
Ail acenia to be getrnr• In the frying-pan
t that (piety feeder, Jelin Chinaman
tai, my idy John Chinaman,
ti g ht ee , in, . ow:lrd Joh
folio liauge---let ..um if he can,
oinee h it 01•1•71 Olt` o es 4if John Chinaman
A Wolin To THE WISE
Leee 11,11,1 e little maiden.
1101111/leg through the meadett ,
lleetiltten ie the itui phiV(o,
dr •ri,fat td the , :lutow
- Cum- Nltlt b e:
eeoet. love rtild
1 , )o," uleaed r e v' )
`•
Lett 'm
Veal. weld, Vcaln C-11:11e
ight mixed with
Loy, newt the maid again,
Dreaming tlirou,ll the 1.11.41,14.0 A, ,
Nut telgr.l the boy,
I.kt in limn. I lore and reason
;toil Irv,'' she missed reply,
Isere still iu season.'•
0 , 11 , 1 Ht—y• C.XII/0
high I rtoitwri to oliad o w
Lace saw Lite
IVniting In Chi, 11.1011.d0W ;
ll'. more; toy drain
liStell NOW ht reason."
" , Keep the coy," mocked the boy,
LOVU'H oet ui 5vi1.&.11."
LEAII iItIERIEL;
THEE DE OF AK PARRICIDE.
A Strange Story of Wales.
Somethitg lotif a oentury ago, the in
habitant 9 of "The Thorn." a village on the
b9rders of Widee, remark'd the appearance
mil Jug tot Le et a mendio,kot, who had never
b. 1,1 • of 5.: vt.d I :11.tql, •ht that neighbor
hood. She was a woman; 'and bore with her a
1-. child, whose extreme squalor and unhealthi
ne,e t.t aspect attrected compassion to mingle
with the disgust excOteil by her own filthy and
debauched character and appearance. She was
tail, thin, and pale. Here ,o10:ho.i were taltered
and airy to an extreme degree, and she was
C. ntinually in a state of semi-intoxication. Her
141 gunge, ii.., t,ad a- 11,`Ftli d-portment, were of
a ea-ist abatitioued ti2soriptlon,—indeed, such as
would ensured he being stoned out of any or
derla place, instead of Cotaizolng charity. But
it was the child loot vise her bread-winner;
It poor little thing was so tiny and delicate, so
i! t , , naked and skinuy. and appeared by its
leeks to feel so acutely the wretchedness of its
o•tse, that pieces of copper money were plenti
fully thrown to thorn as they sat by the hedge
side—for the road through the village was much
used, the Thorn Inn being the first stage from a
pretty large country town.
The mother used to sit mechanically repeating
ova -, as if eho were sober enough, a whining
p uit ion for charity, while the little girl ()remitted
her side, and -l-Aked up in the faces of the
p i , engers, her 1 rf.re tzrey eyes having such a
pleading exp• C . F31 ,-, . !h , v, words of pity were co
-- taly bestowed upJu !lee from those who could
no:. afferd na.a• - • eucetatitial indication or their
hr. evelence She wa , four or five year old, and
app.. ,re 1 -u thin, dehiliatod, and continually
i.hio. rin.-, and F.' reeking that one wondered how
oht , could stead . - ..r walk It was a most diea
ge..tetdile sight to 1 , ...A at the sickly, fleshless
eeild, dirty and ;aid, . lel the tall slouching and
mere filthy awl disgusting, parent, with her lack
ius re, drunken eye, as they staggered along—
the latter frtquently stepping to beat the poor
aue ls ai din E li'lf thing, end she again, taking it
all with no air et' patient resignation, uttering
no complaint, hardly - even shedding a tear. In
fact the creature was so wasted. that one cold
scareely guess where tears in her could have a
i onies I hey-, said .li.lt coppere were liberally
i b es tow e d upon them :---all went for liquor, to
eati-,tiv the eraviuga ct Ler mother : nor this
atone vihateY:r ,n could lay her hands un,
an i excuauge for money or drink, she recklessly
, ra .repHaaai, ~ . .J:l'ng ulen, , ils even from the
outhouses where charitable people were pre
e4.i:ei upon to aldiw tier shelter.
At that time public clarity was hardly so
, f ~ ....r1. 5 , tusuttvot .i. .i.iw, sad this woman was
allowed to beg puhltety, mid even to take pee
,ssion of two rooms of a dilapitated building
sheet a quarter , f e. mile distant from the vil
tile-, la :t short time indolence and drunken -
11, ..s c .. tioe'l licr to this place, and her daughter
o ~..., eeet out daily, ..iduue, to beg fur their sup
pert Tito disgt..it i,t :lin woniatt'e presence be
lug removed, peoplolietrtin to question the child
They found her remarkably intelligent and saga
sinus, and very grateful fur such little kiuduees
as hotriewivits were dieposed 0 grant her. Iler
n-Ui was Leah. sta; said, Leah Meriel ; her
father had been a —Mier, lint she had no recol
lection. save that of being carried about to beg.
The child diidiley od e singular desire for in
struction, collecting together all sorts of ballads
printed notices, and such things, and being
mightily pleased when any one would rake the
trouble to name to her the letters, and chow her
how to join them into words. The gift of an old
hm:k, torn and boaedless, delighted her ; if it
contained pictures, she was in ecstasies ; and
:tungt like these she hoarded up in a corner of
the old building, when the wearx travail of the
lay was over and her brutal mother sunk in
drunken senselessness, they served her for com
panions and idayrnates.
Ai year passed, and oho fitmanse better known
about the district. She Yi:l,l now more warmly
clad, au ,l a little taller, lint still exceedingly
thin, war. and unhealthy, with a look of care on
her sickly, childish features, most unnatural and
unpleasc‘ut to see. She never affected the soci
ety of children of her own age, or mingled, or
would have been allowed to mingle in their play.
They were her enemies; by them the poor, frail
wri3 hunted and stoned. /She more
desired the company of growtr up women, and
would hold lengthy and asrinus conversations
with them at times, not a little to their amuse
ment. From such traits, as well as from her
loathsome appearance, she began to be called,
by most in thoughtlessness, but by some in ear
nest, a fairy changeling, and the name Fairy
Leah attached itself to her thenceforward.
But there was one place to which, in her daily
round of bitterness, she drow near witn a feel
ing of something that surely was pleasure. It
was a large housr4, inhabited by the paper man-
.ufactory of .Whitestrearn, from which most of
the inhabitants of the Thorn derived their bread.
Here she was always sure of copper coin, haply
some cast-off clothing, or cold dainties of the
table ; but the chief charm was, that the young
master, a quiet, studious bay, would come to the
drawing-room window, and amuse himself by
holding long discussions with her. To him she
was indebted for explanation of the mystery of
old English and German letters, and for the first
hint or: writing, by tho simple process of copying
from italic typo. Odd volumes and pamphlets
innumerable she owed to him ; and frequently,
as she was leaving, he would bid her go to the
parterre and pull herself a flower, the prettiest
she could find. Was not this a reason why the
poor little ill-poking, despised, hopeless, and
helpless outcast should feel the load of h^r cares
and sorrows sit lighter on her childt::ll huart us
she crept along the avenue of Whitestream
Lodge ?
A few year more and she obtained employ
meat at the paper factory, or mill, as it was
called; the wages sae earned weekly, and a larg.
er allowance from the parish to the old woman,
serving amply for their maintenance. She now
Was much taller, but still a perfeot skeleton,
and still she showed the same cowering, solitary
disposition, the same eagerness to lay hands on
old boilts and stray newspapers, but certainly
much zroatAye ole , L,ltneAs and tidiness of person
Still t7as she insulted end neglected, or treated
r.e an amusing inferior, by her fellow workpee
pie. The latter, however, was a character she
,K appeared de-irous to avoid, and dailymigitt
she be Yet'll neudiug her otimpanionless way be
tweeu the paper mill and the old dwelling where
sHi h-ed her •abnde
The country around. the Thorn tirosentakthe
wait' slight undulations, cultivated almost to a
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