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VFe direct the attention of ourleAtrttiondO to;
the advertisement of Messrs. (1.
another column. /. „x(11 1 •
Otnt EXCIT.LW:NT NEw 'the Wet.
known and long ostablisiekilituldif aft. John
:sou 8: Co., of l'hilade l o l o;tl*ilikthek
W. S. Haven, of this citn,..w.,
BAATTIOLF'S SEWING MACHINE.—This machine,
advertised in` - alietiferifdliffillqis - very highly.
spoken of by compithfitiSlidges, who have given
it a full trial. Mr. Henry M. Rhoad's, of Alle
gheny City, is theag . ent i for, this region, and
every statement made by him may be received_
with ebUre c;eittideith.' . ' Those about purchasing
sewint 44001aisstitoitld do well to call.
POkliekillittonan Mustc.-The attention of
° ilk - Pittsburgh and Allegheny is
• eallet4to alooncert of sacred. music, to be given •
in" i Vig a i3Wift's church, on Thursday evening of
:this wbeicrfor the benefit of-the Gorman Presby
terian church, Manchester.* The object to which
;the proceeds are to be appropriate is a very de-
Perving one. We hope, the attendance will be
Mr. D. L. EATON, formerly one of the Editors
of the Gazette, has become ono of the Editors of
the Commercial Journal. Our intercourse with
Mr. EATON has always been pleasant. He has had
much experience, as a successful newspaper writer,
and we can heartily wish him every success in
the arrangement he has now made. The Journal
will be edited by Megan: D. L. EATON and T. J.
.BtonAm, and the business department will be
conducted by Mr. GEOILON H. CHRUITY.
In getting our new type, we have furnished
ourselves with various and beautiful styles.' We
would do the best possible for our friends, both
sellers and buyers. Our subscribers are inter
ested in knowing where articles of 'necessity can
be had. Producers will find among our readers
the very best class of customers. It, will there
fore be a dammoN benefit, to Advertisers, Sub
scribers, and Ourselves, that our columns shall be
If, in transferring advertisements to the new
type, a mistake has occurred, wb"shall correct it
' ' Death of William B. Foster, Jr. ' • '
This gentleman died from apoplexy, in the
city of Philadelphia, last Sabbath morning. He
Was a native of the city of Pittsburgh, and in
early life became a civil engineer. He was after
wards connected with the public improvements
of Pennsylvania, Canal Commissioner, and
Chief Civil Engineer of the State. Witt! the
Pennsylvania Railroad he had been connected
from its beginning, and has been its Vice Pi eel
dent for several years. He was a courteous and
kind-hearted gentleman, as well as -a thorough
business man. He was one of the men 12 whose
ability and unwearied labors the Penaylvania
Railroad, a road not surpassed, if equalled ; by
any other in the land, owes much of its success:.
, r•• • r
In the •House, Gov. Fosu,'of Ohio, was again
chosen Printer. This t.ime.^hedt'ad a majority of
two votes, and the election stands.
Rev. Trstif4 7 , L fferoincroi:of Philadelphia,
(PrOesitauthfeitodist,) has been ifectiadhapiain.
We ,tir,itlilad of this. Mi.. Stockton is od
man, and the Hotihe iraidsViiiite direction, to be
sought hifiaYer: •—• t=+ '•
A'resolution has been adopted,. to appoint a 'se
lect Contmittee to inquire into Certain atotomenta
derogatory to the Presideitt=siiitsine'ats charging
him with efforts, r by,thp use, of txtus.ey and other
wise, to bjibe'inemhers crigresi; and to carry
party Relgt7e7 . ' A T 1 .5: '. ll w;)
In the Senate; no important business has been
traneiuSted. - The' ,treatjr with ;Mexico is hailer
The Acadomf tdenie and Art, tittshrgh.
The opening exercises of this inetitution„were
held on the evening of Thursday, March Ist, in
Addresses were made by Dr." James. King, Rev.
Dr.,,Howard, and others:, /aukaddress hasibbeen
expected -from - Edgar Covesif, , " of:Greens
btfrig,4lititlii this the Associatidn was disoliVoiiit
ed, and-Dr. Howard was. calledfupenlto. deliver
aadrapr,opiptu address, rwhicb.le diCto .theten
tire satisfaction of the audience. The address
of Dr. Kin iNshlien,of ns bAi , ag nruble and
peculialiehappy.i ihe ,:requeet.: mem
bets • copy has been given for publication.
Tfds new enterprise hai started under most favor
able auspices, and promises to be alike useful
and creditable to•the city; •
Pennsylvania Democratic Convention.
.Delegates Of the Democratic party met in Mead
weiik; it'd, if reports are to be credited,
they had quite as lively a time as had the Repdb-
Huns, at Harrisburg, the previous week. • After
a few ha110:44143 the sikbrpltr i ty candidates were
dropped, and Him& Fdearn, of ~Greeitsburg,
was unanimously nominated as the candidate for
Of iSfriosrma, we hear Inist,favorable rpors,
and 9178.T0r . ,, w(9ik Weihomfoz a
honorable canvass, and for a good Governor also,
for one or the other-must be'elected. Mr. Foster
is c1a1medm„.r50547,9,, bth, by the :Lellpton
and '..ii?if-lelitlhipfon se a trona Of the iii:rty*.
thq Dolcga*appplAted r ta / the 91uFleston.gon
vditiOn; nre'aliieelnimed---ti majority of Diem—
/as Douglas, and as altirrfOliglis, for the Presi
dency: „TUY aremnpildge4landartramlikely to
favor the nomination of Vice Presiclentiinziat-
INRIbn any'other eandidake. '' '
l ithe Platforit'of 'Prinetples`*e have 'not' sernn,
bdt in its ieneral haturis, as repieientod
tePwr hers, it sustains mainly the polieiot the
The =Buryey of the Northern Boundary tine.
'Wittunturox,-Mareh 2.—The report received
afilie 'State Iseparinient, dated November last,
from the , Party , saiveYing the boundii4 line lbe-,
tween the 'United States and theoßritildi pi:etas-
Nimes, okya.tital;the,fortyrninth as far
as detqmined, tshovis a imountainous, country,
and, with:the excipt,rn of „s,,,,faw localities, the
entiraregiOn iiinchientlY unfit for occupation or
settlement-.. The work for the next season - will
extend from Columbia RiVer to t , he ROcky Moun
Michael Allen, a native of. Ireland, but for
many years a resident of Pittsburgh, Pa., died
here i n 1851, leaving a large estate, the, settle-
Mint' et which involved some litigation;;`' It has,
however,-recently been settled, and the iallowing
bequestsannouneed Orphin's Asylum Jthe
cities Afßittsburgh and Allegheny, $2,000 ; First
Presbyterian, church ,of Pittsburgh, 2,000; ,the
General Aisembly of the Presbyterian Church of
the United' Stites, 10,000; Board ; of 'Foreign
Missions of lite - General Assembly of the Presby
terian Church ,st tlitc : United States, 4,000 ;
ForeiguSvanielical Sodiety, New York, 8,000 ;
Board of DomeStiothlissions pf the :General As
sembly of. tlielreiiiifyisp, Church of the United
Stafes of Amerlea,' 5,060.1 Beard' of Edtieetion
of the General titssiiittOly ef the PresbYterian
Chtirilh of the United' State:ef America:, 8,000 ;
Preislireilan Board .ret - citUblication ' 3,000 ;
American- Bible Society, 4/000; the American
street ' Society, 4,000 ; the ,American Sunday
School Union, located in thit city of Philadelphia,
.Cinconnat,-March• 2. wednesday ' a
Ins made on n , gang of countafei!prin Lenlog
ten, lteataky, who i wirs, caul/144 not of
altering bills ion the Fatness', Bea -of Rhoda
leland'atur the Faitierlil3,o?k sti , rgansfin,"ind
raising other bonkhiltiks ipelitthitkiPpqn'the
Farmers' Banit,`of tiftyrtwo *mei
o'clock; "fui I 'vrbitmeh" - 'vier,e'deniage'd'! 'Clearing
down St. Xavier's Catliolienchurch, on Sycamore:
"greet, the walls fell, burying cightsen or twenty
9f the laborers in,. 419.KfiR5....1/,p to „tep,o'fllqck
ten dead bodies were' takai - out. ''Tlio, 4 Chnich
was being tortr down for the. purpose of giving,
place to a new on; andlitean'llke'cildeWt Catlolit ,
church in the city. * llia.leeident was caused by
an attempt to overthrow a-wall twenty feet high,
one foot , thick, and thirty feet vypie, by under
mining: Therain yesterdaY Steeled its founda
tions, and es soon as it was loosened a little this
morning by the men, it unexpectedly fell in.. Fif
teen men were at work at the time, and but one
succeeded in escaping. Thirteen were, crushed
to death; and the other was mortally wo unded.
•ii t • • I •,.tk :4 V .
1 • Laws Enforced. •
PRILAMMPRIA, March 6.—ln the Supreme Court
this afternoon, the three Commissioners of Alle
gheny County, Messrs. M'llh.enny, Patterson, and
Brauff, were presented in custody to the Sheriff.
They were severally interrogated whether the'
stood by the return made by them to a writ of
mandamus, refusing to obey the order of the Court.
Each answered ethat,he, stood by the return.
Judge Lowrie informedthem that they,had been
heard by counsel, and that, the Court adjudged
each guilty of contempt, inflifusing obedience to
. . .
The Judge inquired what , disposition • the
plaintiffs asked. • t
Mr. Meredith, on their behalf, replied that
they left the matter in the hands of the Court.
( After eimsultption, ,Judge . : Lowrie„. for -the
Court stated that they had no power, tinder it lie
Act of Asiebibly; to go tinY • further in the en
forcement 9f the 7-ot, except by ; punishing thepe
Men for the offence = already committed;•of con
tempt' of Cotiri,'which'is limited' to a fine. An
act of the Legislature which prohibits the. Court
from enforcing tuyydpr,ip. i the ordinary-manner,
has st46eli ddwnheflrocess of the Court. A re r
fusel to obey an injunction is punishable by im
prisonment until the parties agree to obey the
order of the Court; but the power of the. Court
here, in a case which is purely criminal, is lim
'ited to a '
The prisoners wero ordered to stand up, and
after some remarks upon the enormity of their
offense and the folly of their : course, in placing
themselves at the head of a rebellion, the Court
imposed upon each a fine of one thousand dollars,'
with the cost of the attachment, and they were
ordered into the custody of the Sheriff till the
fine and costs are paid. • . ,s
"Immediately` after the passage'of the' sentence,
Mr. 'Meredith applied for an alias peremptory
mandeinus. The motion was then sustained, and
a. refusal to obey this writ, if it is granted, will
render defendants liable to another fine.
The Increase of the African Slave Trade.
Thq i correspondent of the New York Times, at
St. P i de Loando pronounces the slave trade
treaty, between the United States and iEnglaudia
dead letter, and says the facility with Which
vessels are cleared, even if captured, • causes
the treaty to be virtually incooperative for the
suppression of the trade.. The trade has in
creased for years beyond measure. A few
months' eiperience has convinced us "that the
whole 'slave coast, as we may say, , lined with
slavers, who are generally from New York,
cleared from the Custom House, bringing all the
appliances of the trade with them, and mapoeer
ing about the coast under various pretences Juld
disguise otlegal traffic ; particularly under that
most Specious blind—obtaining halm oil-until
the favorable moment having arrived, the cargo
is shipped, and a few hours finds them out .ot
danger, ontheir way to the'West
The opinions that the palm oil trade is •flour
ishing,on the African coast, and that the compe
tition between English and American merchants
is eager, are wholly false. There are very few
or no English vessels engo.ged.in.•the palm oil
trade ; during eight months,. but • one English
vessel was seen, and dozens of American on
traders. The oil is scarce, and at Ambriz, 'to
which point these vessels , clear, anchor
rnoment,kindlthen leave; there is none tostieliad.
Moreover, these vessels leave New York filled
with water caski, filled with fresh water, under
pretence of carrying them for ballast, and on
the coast pumping outlhe water and filling them
with 'oil. Now,' waterveaski and oil misks 'are
two different things, and the legal traders say
that the oil casks come out in storms, are; put to
gether 'herM'and, previous 'to being filled with
oil, are whitewashed inside and out.
The only way to carry out the treaty effectual
ly is for the United States Government to declare
any 'vessel a lawful prize, which is 'folind on the
Western coast of Africa under American colors,
carrying any water ( casks, huckets
spoons, &c., over a certain . numbei and quantitf.
. ~. ..
Amotto the many apparent-trifles continually
being "brought to the surface from :the ideal
under-world of the rtnknown,. there are oecasion
ally simple` articles' `costing 'but- little in detail,
but 'whose combined' benefits, usefulness, and
economy of time and money, aggregate en 'the
basik efi inglions., s.tio, wt.): row* , 11Wpiarlye
Prepared Olue, "Its uses are innumerable, and as
its cost is:pext to uothing, the demand for is
univer all , It* is : . prepared walk Chemaalio, and
used cold---4.equirmg.but little skill or time for
its application. Home .Tournfil, New, Yark, Aug :
• • Wilane's Terffilinge.
Fleming Bros., Sole Proprietors.
Nose ever invented his been so shccess
ful as the great worm niedlcine of Di. M'Lano,
prepared by Fleming. 8r05.,, of Pittsburgh. All
l iwt e-Ai dc ed t -haye bean equally. astonished
and delighted at its wonderful energy ,and effi
cacy. - ,publish all the testimonials in its
favor would till volumes ;,we must therefore cort 7
tent ourselves with a brief abstract of a few of
Japbet,C. Allen, of Amboy, gave a dose te
child six years old, anctit brought away eighty,-
three worms. He soon after gave - another , dose
to the 'aarao child, which brougbt away. fifty
morel - making
„one 'hundred and thirty-three
worms,in about twelve hours.
Andrew 'Donning, of Cranbury townshiP,
Venango•County, gave his child one tea-Spoonful,
and she passed one hundred and seventy-seven
wortnts. Next morning, on repetition of the
dose, she pessejkonalumulredllud thirteen more.
Jonathan Houghman, of West Union, Park
'County, Ind., writes thaihe unable to supply
the dOrelaP;Vas..the /people /bit neighborhood
say, after a trial of the others, that nonelsozinal
Messrs.' D. & W. ! Colton, of Winchester,
Indiana, happened last, Spring to get Borne of
this ;Verinifirge. - After selling a few betties, the
demand became so great for, it that ,lheir 'stook
was , soon `. exhausted. They state - that - it :#ll6
produced t . he best effect wherever ,used, and is
very popular among the people. 4 , "
Turchisers wMbe Carefulto ask'fornklP.taile's
Celebrated Vermy`nge, manufactured by Fleming
Brtpt. ` of 'Pittsburgh, Pa. All other Vermifuges in
- compr;iecul y are - , worthleys , Dr. I X 11.411 0.
genuine Vermifuga, also his Celebrated Diver
Pills, can now brhsartt,4ldl respectable drug
stores. None g«innino. without the signature
of FA:VIKING lines.
211 1 4 itt nae.
European, dates are received to February.lsth
Parliamentary proceedings were interesting, but
,40. 0 ..:YM.frimPortartt.0 ' n't)
In the•Fouse ,of ,Commons ,an . interesting de
bate had-taken place on Chinese affairs. . - '
Lord Pabnerston promised a full exposition of
the diplomatic 'course pursued by 'the Govern
ment in its 'relations= with Chilm, .at• an early
• question had been debated in *the
HoUse of lorda, and', a strong sentiment`ex
pressed.against the proposition of France to an
nea Savoy. F.
The death of Sir William Fa:Pieria announced.
In the debate in the House of Commons on
Chinese affairs, Lord lalmqtniier Said the utmost
forbearance would be obeirved in 'treating with
this nation. He was sorry -that the hopes of's
satisfactory settlethent had been ioniewhat disii
,pated by recent events.
The London , Times ittforiqeil .that Loroj i F f igie
will ititileitiike the second misatoa arlenlioten
tiary.to China, in the lope of being able, by` the
'influence obtained on-his fonder 'visit 'to secure
`the ratification of the treaty of Fuea-Stein, , and
an entire cessation of ,hostilities...
The Parts Constitutiannel states that , the -cipen.
ittileeoktiffaxof , the rt3enete , Pandoregtslittiretp g y
has heso,ppstperied bit:theist . alfalfa. '
Atka hid keeelved a thit -wairdag
" for havingainiiiiid the most
malevolent remarks, which would wound the
ibelings of the nation and are contrary to the
real state of affafri:" 7 : 7 t
The Gazette de Prance received a second wit IV
ing for an article which,. "in disfiguring, the
history of *Nranoi, calUminates the great oats .by
which Napoleon the, first .established Catholic
worship An France."- - • .
The Vienna Gazeete publishes a circular to the
Protestant Consistories in, Hungary, conveying
the imperial permission for them to assemble in
Conference, and decide on 'the means to be pro
posed to the Government for the redress of their
,grievances. . .
A Vienna dispatch says
" The reforms promised' hi life ministerial pro
gramme are about to be printed. 'llveryproyince
will receive a separate constitution and adminis
tration, according to the wants tif the different
It was said at Vienna that anew loan-rl4l pro
• CHIN • '
Pekin dates are to the 4th of December. The
Russian mission was going on well.
The rebels were not agreed among theMselves,
and the imperial troops had victorious over
A Madrid telegram says :. •
" The Spanish cabinet will listen to no pro
posals for peace from Morocco until Tangiers has
been taken, against which place operations are to
Marshal O'Donnell announces, in an order. of
the day, that he will continue offensive
'lions until the enemy asks for the mercy of
Spain, and until.reprisali shall
for the insults of the enemy, arid indemnitj
tained for the sacrifices of Spain. -
The Spanish Government was about . to' issue
notes.to thtf amount of two hundred millions of
reale, their payment to.be insured by the sale . of
:riatiOnal property. '
THE ITALiAN .QUESTION
Advicee from Vienna •state,that France 'has re
quested the Pope of R,ome to make proposals by
.which a settlement of so much of the Italian
question - as. : p t s coecerm. Ropesgiep . s: ; in: , the
'Romagna, may be effected.
Le *ord'saya that .the reply ‘ofeAu6tris,l6 the
English' proposition for the settlement of the
Italian question, has reached Paris. Count
Reohberg states that Austria cannot retract from
tle engagements of Villatrauca and, Zurich, and
therefore %%mica admit de ju.re, the facts contrary
to these engagements and the treaty between
Francs and Austria.
He observes that if the treaty of Zurigh 3 A
spected in Venetia, why should . it not he re
tiliectedin the Italian duchies ? If tli fileposi
tions of England are carried twit; it is a 'great
experiment Pat is about to.be =tile
. in, Central
Italy. Austria will not oppose the experiment
"by forte of arms, being convinced that events
will not fail to give support to the cause of right,
and justify Austria. •i
, A Berlin,telegrain, on.l.lte same subject, says
that Austria had declared her resolution not to
'abandon the basis of agreement of - rillafrartea;
,i..kat she will not promise an absolute nop-inter
vention in Central Italy ; and. that, should. no
Congress take place, she will only negotiate with
r. 4 1.)".
APPiES—S3.2II444B tor choice, and ifLWEixgammon:
~ .BACON-Bupr .oated •llstrui, 12t ,mod
Western Hams, 10 7 X- Mee t 9. sa c. •
BUTTER—Prime Roll, I 3 Ibc. .
• 41BANS—&501111c. per bushel.
CHEESE—Western Reserve, 10®11c.
•DRIED • FRUlT—Apples, $email@example.com; Peaches, $4.00.
- ELIOS-1214@13c. per dozen.
FEATHERS—Western, 48®50e. • '
.FLOUR—Super. $firstname.lastname@example.org; Extra, $email@example.com; Extra
Family, $5.90(0.00; Fancy, 86.26g6.37.
BRAIN—Corn :'from depot, Sic,; (coin store, 62465 c. Oats,
45@id6c. Wheat: Kentucky White, $1.38. Rye, s4.oo(sl.o6per bushel ' •
• GlitOOEßlES—Sugar, "fl lb. Molasses, 4545 Dr.
Coffee: Rio, 121:1c. lit ID. •
NAY—At scales, $14.0.06g19.00 sit ton.
HIDES AND LEATHER—Omen beef hides, 646%c.; green
salted hides, 737 a c.; dry dint, 15018 c. Rough country
leather is dull atU6•l7c. Dressed loather •is quoted as fol
lows: Red Spanish Sole It lb., 21025 c: Slaughter Sole gi
26029 c.; Upper Leather, Vi dozen, 333088; Bridle Leather
itt dozen, WOO; Skirting Leather 'fl lb., 324g34 ; .Harnes s ,
• LARD—Packed, 11c.; country rendered, 10 1 4.
ONIONS-82Me. per bushel. • . •
• POTATOES- - Mixed, 37A. -Niehannocks and Pinkeyee,
55060 c. .
ALLEGHENY CATTLE MARK.E:r,
BEEVES--2 %.; wbolo number offered, 828; sold,
.801; twilit East,
~81LEEP-1,007 head offered; 347 sold, at 0.4705.83 por
11- : li7.7tead were sent East. •
7vEitiAy,airalth - 6:—ootion: for middling up
lands. Flour, '55.2065.25 for • super, State, .64565.54 for
extra State, 65.2066.80 for super Western, 5.4065.60 for corn
apirOmediturPrattPlr'Welderifraiirb.9sol:lo 'for ShiPPiiit
brands of extra ,R. o..,Canarliait- Flour, firstname.lastname@example.org for
common to choice 'eitta. '"R.941•• Fleur, 0,11 . 04.40. Corn
Meal: Jersey, $3.65@:175. Buckwheat Flour, 51.6234@t75.
Wheat: prime white Indiana, $1:05; Chicago Spring, 61:10®
1.22,and Milwaukie tClub, -51.2301:26. , Rye;:r 87(485c., tßar
ley : CaneXiin; 135 c. "Corn : 77140800: for yellow, and SO®
Me. for , white., Oats: 44@1434e. ter Wpstern and Canadian,
- FOR SAIL—Two SCROtAltintiPS in the
HUM CITY MUM. Inquire at this office. tf
JEFFERSON r.-COIAEGE.—The , of
Trtisteeepf*.Teffersou College will meet In tholorayer-lidt
WEDNESDAY, the 28th inst q ut 10 o'clock Alll,! l Pkinctwil
attendance Is requested. -• JAS. 3I'CULLOIIO.II,
. , . . ,
'WASHINGTON.. COLLEGE, PlL—The Semi
Anneal Exanihmtion of the 'Students:l44lde College :will
'commence on FRIDAY; March 29A,at 9 O'clock ASA.
Examining Comraittoo on poxt of Board of Tnitem: ROY.
Carnplx3ll,,4e;i 7 Dr. Eagleson, Mon. John H. Bytinp.A.
W. AdIIZIOU, Pll4, and Di..T..MclieiMaii;Mini Com
mimeo on .part oP Synod:,Rax..Riqtard Brown, Rev.-4;11. M.
Todd, ltov. Sammol*Boyd,Mov.Wm. M.: Wading:-
The 'Board of Titu*aviiil ineis on WiDME,SDAY, March
28th, at 2 o'clock P M.
`'.4(Onnal.Conitat boi4.een the Phsraii,SoChniei on M-P.M
miiilo4t T.IIcKED,I . NAN, Seely Board of Trustees
- • -ar,,tith.
t I , 3 f. 3 • 3 ... t'
At Woodyuy,..yEnTgounty, l 44.,i7APrttary 22d, by Rey.
J. HA Marshall, Melt: li.Vootii, Couniy,
to Miss Bus r.ll. , Gesny.Vof ;the ferineriplant.
In Winterset, lowa, February 18th, by Rer. Thos. J. Tay
kfr, gOlnik -List et: Jespep- County, to Miss M.
I.'l.rsiNe; of•thillorilier'plade ' ' • '
On the 14th, ult., by, Rov. A Mobart.Mickson, Mr. J.tmcs
Ttiomi*e: Mies', roman , both, ;of Mercer
County, Pa. A •
übn, the 16th of .Fobivary,' , at - the h;ose..or the 41111011
mother, by nev.,A. !CrAtg,lbLr. (WAWA G.l l lfirra-to Mies
Jtsou:r,x, .A..?Mowrooltzß.y, all of Hanover. " •
At ;Indiana, on the 2lot ult., by .Rev
~, A,;MeEtnotn, "Kr.
'Whinat M'CLOiXT to NUBS SABAH Z.' SIIIEI4 both of' Rayne
rownithip,ltidhaut colAity, Pgl.'
By Rev. Samoill liehaffm
on the 23d ult.„Mr .. .peozol,W.
HENDER43IIOI . , Jr. - , to7dieeehlkeorauti A:OAREIVIT; zdif of pi
wont County, 0.
naiy`23ll; 4- brRoTM-ILeKoolint; Mr.
11,01MRT DOUGHERTY to Miss Mum. JAiss,,doughtep-of JOIRES
MVUgllTAHl.ittit or WaiddiliTOdepOtillTA Pa
On Wednesda* l evening,'Pebruary Ink 'by Rev. M. Floyd,
Mr. AIIOTISTUE MONTGOMERY TG Mira MARGARET ANN LITTLE,
both of Klehanoquillas Qin*, Pa
+L On Thurnday onorning, March let,- hy , Raw G. Van Arta
dalen„ Dix= Airaannus MCLuitz, Esq., of Huntingdon Co.,
Pa., to Mies FRANOId AGNES livEn, of Waterford, Juniata
County, Fa. On - Thureday,ereninc Februlry.23d,•asnrent
AMMO HERTER, Med.Atrati Valley, Franklin ohunty,o4
to MIES JANE MILLE, of Shade Gap, Huntingdon Coudty,Va.
Pebraery 28th, at the residence. of the bride's -father, neer
NewjlArry, by.,4ev. J„.P.julten, Vr,WILLIAX
ofi t m;mwt6wnwigithiristinorwindresinito 'lto Hiss
Netter/AS, BARB, of. Derry Township,. Westaiorelrnd Co.,
On #1 13thnit., Mr: ltzuess kteexe to .Miss Euseesta
. Jeuzierew bath ofSnit/airline Westmoreland County, Pa..
By Um David Sterrett, on the 23d of February, Mr.
Tont; Amen, toldisaiSaaan d.oinaros, both opperry County,
Pa. On the 276, Mr. Davin Dimity' to MISS SUSANNAH LIS
' rAitzZliothpf Huntingdon County, Pa. , On "the 23th, 'at Lin
'dei.ov Mr.' Jona R. &wire to Alba Maim& T. liroone,
both of Cumberland County, Pa.
,Bylßev.4.ll).llowevonclannary sth; Dire Ems. IVatent ,
to hlipa .Nanctr,DUETIKLO, all of Venango :County, Pa.: On
January Ztat, Alr.Vanasnicttowar.t. to Mee 'BAIRAft E. :Ply
ca.T4 till of Ft:linch CrogkeltAnttago •ConntyoPa.;,On
ery a*, Kr. intaottilloana to Mite Nino!' Benoit:cur nil of
Canal; Venango County, Pa. On February Md., Mr. 70111 Alt
L. Mosalablyto'BlßM Itinacce. , krOenier; au of. g im p, L a k e ,
Vottanso Countycra.., • ~ •
.41141itre, krui ,f,, ,„,
' Virrtrl2YFpt rcr
[ANNOINITMENTS, , AiRATIS ADDITIONAL RAMADES, FITS
CENT* tAJANIVII/N7t WORDS;II.I/11110 LINZ] "7,
DIED—, At hiereeidence j in Perry Dounty, Pa., on the 14th
of February, " Mr. WILLIAM 3POLINTOCK, in the; eoch
year of li . soge. „ , ,s ..,
DIED -At her • residence, near Smithtown, ,Monenzatia
Coon Ira, .on Monday, the Zith ' eilt.;; him SARAH.
114.9 i (formerly . Moe Web Wyiteil' widow of - lg r : yr ! .
Nor ' 'dectd:Akod 88 years odd 3 /aye: ' ' •
.0 oilici.io XA0 11 1:714.R,IM301H1 0 1
DIED—We nntry_ 3d.,,et s , moorseilie, 'Pe,pfter a short DI,:
nem, hlr. 4MIERSONMEED; iti the ` 18ih you'd , sib age.
Thefitatoito Waif a,,y.)xian of much pregloe. At the
timetrf his death besras a Pupil (Moos file Academy;
where he gave ovidence . ef haying ,tinsty,e#l,tsb!e . qualities,
by securing the esteem of ias teacher and Classmates. Pos
sessed of a vigorous constitution, and, until hie lint sicknes4
of UnProken health, bls death : 111:a • ecnifirmatiOn of
the truth that no age or condition of life has a sure title to
to-rnorruw..:Maytthe Fathet.4tha ilittOrlesit i and the Ens.
,alin4Pf #l e w ldTv ,l ? i P4,‘ l 9l! l9 : l rnif
psi broten I •
, 1;i . 1;4 •ti
I,DIED—AI Blain, Perry CotinthPal; meth., ilith;of Pepru
arY,lllre. MARGARET IVCKlDlS,'in'thels7.tti yeiti Of her lige.
The deceased was the wife of the late Joseph' Wom', who
died on the 16th: of animas was of
short duration—only . eight dfwa.loTer, Istesals, was typhoid
fever. Very early in tire sbe beifFn? a Meenber .of . tbe Pres
byterian Church, by a proferlon•f hi Christ, and
so' continued till the close - of itfe. •II eillY samieti on
her deatii-bed wee witlireiard h'eF
would bathankfult to be. symied •to'ses *in • Bottled: life;
but wasmerertheless,williag 4 9 . iwttibTpiATOwere the will
et 43°d. • ` ;•i•• •• • t:Ttf ;`. i
!" . • • ••• ... ••• •.• , e: . • Vni , 4 ,11 . ,C4t, 3, g , • •
GROVER & IIAkERV ...."
::;i1 ! . 'tl ., .. " 0 f" VI li Pit . : I •.
..czara it4rx •
1• , .i kNEWISTYLE....PI3ICEBSSOiOO: ). "
r aiiimt oiiiixii t iiii iiii itiv(i4i .
) *liu g us'!Dry.GoodsiStore,).Enzastot elthltsmerserri
Prrrasonon. /, 4% BROADWAY, Nil! Yosk. • • - •.,
• '4lO ClitlsTNUT EMMET, PRI4Dt4TIA. ' . 6 ,. , ,. ‘,
Ai`. These Moddnes ew from:two trpottis, Fend • bow iii
tseam of unesustped strength, beauty. nod` elasiqtyilobld
will not rip; essa It et'ory fourth"- stitch be: Out; .Theriot
unquestionablytths beat in the market for fuuttrise..•
•IK 3 r . BE" 1 0. 11 A,9/K.l:. • • .. • ' l 449 4 Yir ".
TH II .*,EPS: APtiATPFOENTF.'
Wii,A .11. .7 rEir.nitt •.). -....1! c 7 ~.• • -, .• .:
, 1 A (situation al .111abiLlUt in br km= teiwkot ia.:•yrell
quAlltled,to give inspreetkon th• es. ;Lilinjinealer.
'and Natural geieSsiedi fAddrea .' '' ASSISTANT, '
:i • hit l 4 l l -2 t s . I i! if .; ilib#4 , 410wwthispitPrifuld Co, Ps , •!
111;OLLOW AV g OINTMENT
Ai PERFECT 13AYNG13.A.Nlik-r-NO• one'
taKips the trouble to examine, the pamphlets used aewrappers
for thee* preparationd •be the elittniii of linposture. If
' , genuine, the water-mark, "Holloway, ' New York and-Lon
don," will be found on each leaf • of the pamphlet. The .test
Is simple and should not be neglected.
, Sold a t manulkets , ry, No. SO Maiden Lane,, New Rork,
and by all Diaiggistir and sLOOper pot of box.
, inexlo.lt •• • •.• .' .10 1., at •
into ORLAND 9 S.'titERICifIt :;BITTERS
}Yfllpositlielycure . . . 7; ... 4
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Neneuslltililllo,4o.;
pOm the. Rev. J. 4. itirtian, - Ot tits Reformed
•o' • • • antral: 9 1 1 • :
" I.OIW JAcitsoN:L.-INdloptisit !MT: been
troubled with. Dyspepsia for steady' twenty .Yeare; and have
never used' any • mediclrie tat diet so mach good as
Hooftsmirs Bitters: lam very.*oeb ;Improved ' .health,
after having taken five bottles: •.P• ;
Yours, with respect, • • • HERMAN. • ;
Kutztown, Desks County, Fa., Aptil,lB.sll:
. For sale by Druggists and Deniers everywh ere. Pike . it
cents per bottle :.: .' • • • . ' , marlti•it. •
A :. R.!) ~ •
Olome lostitiite for Young Ladies.
*o have, tfie pleasure* of antionneing to the friends I'6l.
patrons 'of.OLOME, that the ensibur iguihnter Session- (cow
menelni.oo the hrst Monflay of May, wit open ,under ,Tery
'favorable auspices. A corps of Tmchers of 'atiperiOr worth
and qualificational bes:elroulyibeenlfoooEldi and no efforts
will be spared to render the luelleilion worthy thepatronio
of tho'imblic. l • •L. ,"n ,i»t T.);!.%
Circulars, announaing p fbeinwinr im andy t ,te7ns
be !mind within o'hyi ion • •
• be het be
lion to the.Principel, t;,•1! 0 41. PRIMO% •
„ „ •••,-711; ?v.!! n FH ,Ea. I. PI7
$, Steinway riat
The subecrher`bogi ledvo to nform admiren
way's Pianos .and the :public ini general, that' he kiwi, one
East to personally eolect, at the factory, a choice Stock of the
celebnited STEINWAY'S PlAtiplif.lif 411 stYles - aid 'prices;
.amongUtbers, one of their new PATENT ,OYEE-STEXING
ORAAD PIANOS will be broughtlon;dnd Which, it fe coal
dentry: expected, 'mill surpass anything inibutilano line ever
eihihited in this city. It is the embscribiir's determination to
use the utmost care in the selection, so that this 'Coining
Spring stock nisy•be regirded the cho4cettast• . .Of pianos as
yet offered to the public.' • • •r 'B. KLEBEIt,
• 'netrlo , 4l •• • • •
..4 4 •111gRiCt;stont k
HARTHO,LIP, 9 14
-EA" • 7.1 • ..i• • - .car '.iS '
• 6,•1.•.• t , 1 3
S.E W,LN G M.A.i011.1-NE S
Tlii3' l l3eigt fiti.",rlCree.' . • '
These Machines make the &turns, or Loki vikkit
is undeniably the. best.. r: • • • .
They use but little Thread , work algae Isaiimasily,
Simple, and easily operated. sift 141 f 71 , .11 ,I,
. • ...HENRY A IM. ItHOAPEI,ASSits.
. . . . Federal Street; Allegheny,gity..
Sir SEND FOB i A =Roux AR.,-sa •
URTLE CREEK , MALE, AND
T. SEMINARY, located qt . , the healthy and
pleasant village of Tartle Creek, Allegheny CCurity,kPa.,itni
the Pennsylvania Railroad, twelve miles bud- of Pittsburgh.
The next session of this liiititnticin will commence on
TUESDAY, the 2.4th , •day •of April , next. -The 'Seminary
building is large and commodious, .contidhing forty rooms.
The design of the Truititudim is to' give — young bailee a thor
ough education in all:the bianchea usually taught in our beat
Seminaries, and propare c young men for entering the ad
vanced classes in Collage. Young ladies and small boys front
a distance are expected to's:o .l' rd witbiltlto, Principal. Young
men can obtain boarding in respectable' fluidlies convenieo,
to the Seminary: . • • ; . ; "
TERMS PER. SESSION OP TWENTY WEEKS
Boarding, Room,' Furniture, and !light,
,850. ; , Tuition, $O,
$B, $lO, and sl2,' according tie the' branches studied. The
usual extreCcharges•bir lf,ocalind!lnstrisinental Music An.
For further partidulans soo circular', in. apply to the Princi
pal, at Turtle Creek. . . cr. • • e
REV. OLIVER KATZ, Principal. :,
14.10.. JANE xATz;'Avioetrite Rrhicipat .
; ` • •
CE AB: A.:DICKSY;II..M„ Principal;Asebdant
TOOKE'S IDR,L , EIIN
THE .DIVERSIONS DF L PIIRL Y.,
BY JOHN .110. RN MOSE:
With, Numerous Additions from the ~9, 8 y ,imprikil by the
' Author 'for ro=piabticittod.'• Relived 7and Cor. •
. • reeled, with AddltioriAls , Nellpsi - :t' •
Br .8108.A.8D TA.TAAR,!. k.p. L...., .3,T
-,i1F99!;1 . •
44 ;PO% . . / # ln 4 9n •: .• ••; • I ;
jamprif, Axopsu, Thiladelphis.
Thisbe . * will bs rent by mul l , pm.peid
.uport• ritostpt of
~i„. . • ~!;, JP°67l7
Cow R. WHITE sc, CO..
, iwnvomeoirl; , . .
c. 4.1. i t
*l. ) , t 1 i! !•-••• •...s-ee,•l• 3 Pi, e p..-
A ,til l Al in coirwrzarogir Or: • •
s: ' ' • .s 1 , 1?
.3713/WiS, C;lO.OP,Sa* a, .a.
1. BDK iointa; fresed 5 9 Floutiotoli.l,4 <;;. : ,1r1 .
.„ORIMADINE ,ROSES, from top Ft
viIIAREGE VRANCAIB, &filo- 6 io 9.1P1
.frimi 6to 9411mutiopsoli t , •- :
Together with IiAREGES Printed,lo67l.lllliSlLlCl m t4
VILOANDIEB Printed; 260178 DRIOIEDA7I4IIXBi,
.30CHRill,:,?. • ,1 1 1;[. (
pinvant 'soofttpoent of air the'now•paralliss bi • '
• •••• 1 •: " PlcA
Veige iabOriliundoi • , 1 ,......Eniti0,434Ar i 1ef‘i..(
••. • • .• •7 I,
• ge - r ,z, •
And the most cloafrable stockof ?' 1
TRIMMAEHET. KEA AND
, thd Latest idl° AWLS; the Yeiiiisti
y till lier
• • ; !!;MO OP' 'SKIRTS,Ibtr: , .•
gtfa A°•:tY f:•;:
WHERE'SHALL - I . s.END'lltirt S!
T o ionoor,pli ri
t r Miler& will itit JAW:lab* nbt lie .:yoiing dilliraintottilliiir it
,menly, to dlebbez parentp, boraea,ol}¢; IllaniVl,Of.Aruref??.. 69 :
be disobedient' 'and disorderlY at school uniy'
, not be t h e Idle, the vicions,',thei:Prefaue .Nbeie)Win' Ole •
influences and restraints bo such as to At him for the highest!
usefulness and happiness? Whereiiilj taied I:
. To pikreuteasklng : tlmiaratut ei??tilar l otweAloßsefit rtipect-,
fully present -
''TUsCAßtig*•AtiEtkEravol , '' ,, )
Ude of the oldest'stbools iirtlie State. la laid saran!
,years it his bad uptyatde of. fifty,, young men 'preparing Ad:
• the . thiepel ministry. The efileiency'of its iinnitaf anemoral.
training has been endorsockby : poonte a . nd,bydOefFeenityhf,
numerousCotbsgee. : Summer,Seeeicp oßepsPialjElt. • 1
' Titiraig :=465.60 per Seri& Of Yieficitsul
:Germamextra: lot pirtimdars,tapply, to ;
r J. 11..81.1tIMAKER,
' ' 4nielata•Courity,-Pill;
M F , it u , r/r . 1.1
Haying for Many year. 'paid 'siocial attiontiort tip eke
•vithin of WWI. fruits, sve•are now; tireparad !to fliz141111111111!
small or large qiuntities, the following valuable miles:
Strawberries. • . ,
Over one hundred varieties, embracing nearly all the mative
and foreign' kifids 'of any repute.' The - most rinlversailly
popular of those hi undoubtedly the . • o • •
IVILSONAS I ADBAIff•SE'EPLING;
Of which, we have on , hand the .largest stock Inexistence,
Which ire olTer. et 26' cents per dozen, sl.tper 100, 156 per'l,ooo,
andt6o per 10,000. • ; •", , • .; • . ; , •
• It la unneeeteary, to , Bar anything In praise of this fruit,
airaii one at ail conversant with'ertrawlierry Mature for the
lint two yoare,,who hes acquidnted,hlcatielf with the discus,
alone of fruit-growers' *immolations, and the contents of, the
Horticultural Press, siware that, size, irbiltietiveneas,
and profit, It. stands at the,very head of the list of Strawber
ries. ' Fruit 'ortide remarkable 'variety. from' our. ground
sold in the, Pittsburgh market last seasoiet $1.00; pert quart,
and zeingle,plant lined with thejrult on,„ bponiht.sl,oo. ,A
Writer in'the • aittitry Gialleinan aays; It 'neciebdis well' on
almost any 1011,, and that it has produced Nittjt film seem rate
of $6O hualielno the acre. .
Other varicose proportionately low,Andisidtifinilizeinnents
afrard to 114 .° w anting i l rl P•q u " ti t e ll• 1; I
t ; • i RaBPberrieSem„,,!
Brlncitle't orange, .1,51.5111 Per dozen, $7.00 per Agq ;
• Riisis' Lahre f itruited' Mndihli,'Kii'evitttet Glint,' Rid and
Yellow Antwerp, $1 per dozen, $5.00 per 100. ; .. . ;
sue s*6. edOzbil,) $5:00 li6'ge3,o6al-1
. '.DORCHESTER.AAT .Narfractek's implogass.
Po're-z4 0 94 24 ei f l e f
`Wholesale prirehasers snit edam a ral '
contd. i f .•;: •I 111.' 3 0' ot .
„•' • -PLANT& BY
„Fgr $l.OO We wIU mend I to any PontAtSee in •tho :conritri,
egixpt Oregon and Cilitoptie, postpaid, and p:araialiyipat .up
In.eottotiandttiad allitaeita to carry arafiiiyjdary,Wilaon a'
Atbapy, Seedling Strawberry. SAnta ;,or qvi wine numbeil of_
plants of anS , otber'lnariiiii in our cataroide ofTertd at twenty-
Ire Vents por t doiam those at. fifty eezte • per dotes, bolt the
annibtu - . 7°01.00 we will else,
ea f ,Six. New Ilothelle
'Bln;clitierifPlante, •• 1•• . ),1 •. ..
• L. • L t
l i .. .l;lll4kLnetructi6 • pe for gollintion wikl.iocca9pany . Paati..
14446111*04911L911, Olitloan . 0.0; • r
•I ~: 1 , • J.V.III . NOX • !
TO FARMERS 14.111fARDENERS.
The subecribere rd . * thousand barrels of
POUDRETTE, made De BEI4tITACTORI7fG COMPANY,
in Lots to suit Puretuteen. This male Is In the twentieth
year of its introduction into this reentry, and has outlived
fertilisers of every other desoription d for the following
Ist. It is made from the night soft Orme City of New York,
by the L. Id. Co.„who, have a oaplial„of $lOO,OOO, invested in
the , busidesi,` which ' le 'at 'dile •thip! Make 'a ' bad
2d. For Corn and Vegetabfee It hf ILo neatest and
hsndieet manurairrthe world; It au be pineed n direct Con
tact with the seed, forces and ripens. vegetation two weeks
earlier, prevents the cut worrd.', doubia the crop, and is with
out disagreeable odor. Three dollars worth, pr two barrels,
L all•eufticient to manure an acre of corn iii,tlm
PRICV4 Dbl., 12.00;'2 MAL, 0..50; 5 bbls., over
6 bble., $1.50 per barrel ; delivered free of cartage, to vessels
Or railroad in New York City. , •
A paniphleicontatining even inforMatiOit.• IMl'coitilltates
from farmers all over the United States, who have used it
from two to seventeen Yeara win belkiiit free to anyone ap
plying for tho same. ORIFFING, BROTHERS & CO.,
_ ii:••,• North.itiver ltural.Warehninici:
60 Courthad Nreet„ New York.
C AR YF IVS LA T E , V illllo 4P4 l lP# S.
• FOR BA LE . BY,
JOHN & DAVISON,
v.. .1. Plu ~
93 Wood Sireet, -Pitisburgint.,
&anon, by thllLev. M t Grattanpninneas. 0 12 mo, $l4l.
"This pdPulat Yount iirisdiser,'wlio has just" aniviid upon
oar shores, and ht death* quite a, sensation wherever he
goes, here preaches to them putth inted page in fif
teen sermons., Ills language is . lain bpointed ;,and.the
central truths'of4he Gospel are primetited with greaVelear
ness and force. There is an unction about them which goes,
straight to tho hearts of readers arid hearers.--Prubytrrian
Lectures on the Epistles of Paul to the Thessalonians. By
John Lillie, D.D. Svo.,
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deed, therVarelete in America who excel.. blot in a critical
knowledge of the Greek Text of the Now Testament. ,In the
volume Wore us he dispenses altiNtether with , the apparatus
of Biblical criticism—using no ,phrase ,which I. not Within
the reach of iiiY•intolligent readei—but he'whipts - the re
sults of grammatical and textmil-criticiswittithe purposes of
Christian edificaUon. Thus with the - variety, vivacity, and
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Dr. RoCkwell has - so- picasaaly pictured 'the imideittli of
his travels, that he will have many, read Ors, and they will not
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Bible Society .by•Willisso Allem Batter. • 'lBtho.. 'Gilt' edges.
Memorial of Mary, ,EntM. By her father, the Rev.. Dr.
Potts, with theliernitni preacheititt her Fineral by the late
J. W. Alexander, D.D.. limo gilt edges, 25 cents.
Lectures on the Book of Revelation. By the Rev. C. M.
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and without betraying any,of the,blinding enthusiasm which
tarry seine Into the region of fancy, heigiven a rational and
not unlade exposition of matters which propheey
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profit."—Prabyterian. . • •
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the Rev. J. A. Campbell. , 16=a, 75•1: ants. • • •
Paul the Preacher. By the Rev ? Dr. Raiiie. ,
Boner on the Psalms. Van; • •
Ilamil ton's lane( James Nilson. _ $1.00, i ,,.....
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D. APPLETON.. k CO.,
-1 3.16" hail ill
'Will sell by Auction, commencing on TIIEBDAT, the 27th a
March, at 3 P. M., ,and i eontinmed,the.following afternoons,.
Walla Ellayeartb,Aiuctibritierd,"alneCollection of Works in,
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' , •
: • ;•;
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• , MuSce Imperial. of, Franom - , 17 vols.!: ' ; •
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Tersailled Gallery. 19 vols., folio.
. Galeria pugilism* DeErance. AO vols.; ,• .1 •
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r7r ricull*PY, Me Auctioneers.. • marl,o-11 r
AI 'CONCERT • OF SACRED MUSIC
• l• r , • •.• MILL • BE GIVEN !N
Dr. Swift's Church, Allegheny 'City;' .
ON THURSDAY' EVENING; MARCH BTH ,
FO BENEFIT P? PIE
• E4BYTIMAN atuget
• • '
It.' OR SLL•Novi the • Bign of Jildahilia • Reisidit.
2. Dam—Arrayed in ' "• • ShaW.
3. CaohniSorui of Zign. • ...;..,..«,..Nowmaa:
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7. Clionna7Toey;bortirclißt on High. •
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INVISIBLE TRUK'S UNDERSTOOD
By CHRISTIAN SCHRIVER, Ifinisbn , 'of Magdebmgdet
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Blistery; Mental' and Moral Science, German, French, -Span
ish. Italian, and,theLatin and Greek Authors usually read in
For new;e4rititisollare, paid In 'advance a student /ball
receive good hoard; a room furnished with bedstead,' table,
chairs, stove and fuel,. and tuition in any of ;the above
Munches, for Two lieasions of Five DI oaths, each. Or for
Forty-two Dollars and Fifty Cents paid on the 20th of October
next, all the above items will be furnished for the -Winter
Session of Five Months.
The next Sesetim will open October 27th.
Two students will occupy the same room, and furnish their
own' bedding, which can easily be brought 'fit their trnnka.
Studcitta•aee admitted at any time..
Instriction is given on the Plano and Melodeon, at
moderate charges. S. 8188/ENDOW, Principal.
1 BONN- T Y 'COMMERCIAL COL.
136.00 'pays touTation . In Book-keeping, and the entire
course. ,StuclentsAnter stony time. Minister's sons received
it ball price. 'reritirculeir and Specincrui„ inclose five letter
stamps to , Y. JENKINS, PittOurgb, Pa.
WE:INV : I'X% THE ATTENTION OF
the public'to the PH:quiDIIIMITA
Housekeeping Dry Goods : Store, . ,
where may be found a large-assortment of all kinds of Dry
Goode, required. in ; furnishing. a .honse,,' thine saving . the
trouble usually experienced .x in bunting such articles, In,va
rims° phew. In consequence of oar giving our attention to
this kind of stock, tb the exclusion of dress and fancy goods,
we can guarantee our prices and styles to bo the 11100, 5111 , 011/-
ble in the miuket. .„ .
.-: IN LINEN GOODS,
, are able to giro , perfect tatisfaction ' being
the Oldest Es.
, tablisked Linen Store in the city, andhaving-been for more
, than twenty years regular importers from some of the best
nuunstlscbarers in Ireland. We offer, also, a largo stock of •
FLANNELSS - AND MUSLIMS,
of the best, qua/Gies to be obtained, and at the very lowed
'prices. Also, Blankets, Quilts, Shootings, Tickings, Damask
Table Clothe, and Napkins, Towelling, Diapers, Iluckabacks,
Table and-Pianti . .Coveii, Damasks and idoreans; LiCe and
Muslim Curtains, Dimities' Furniture Chintzuw. Window
Shadloga,'&d., &e. ' J . Q)3N Y. COWELL & SON,
- ' • S.'W. eterner of Chestnut and fieienth Ste.,
WHEELED. 'AND WILSON'S
FAMILY- SEWING .-
Foi , $60.00:
SEND "FOR 'A CIRCULAR.'
Them ftfachhees,v;:hichhaie gained such an enviable tort.
qation'Ove'irt4 oFlier Hadliinesim account of
•1 1: , B441.11V live'recellence - oi 'stitch; Imre - both Moe a
the fabriczeifPd; . • .
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3. Simplh:iity oru
fl thomuf o hnoraOf construction,
4.TeitltetT;eive•oi opeie tfOn and te#Megemeinf;
6. Quiltupes of movement;
T. steenigth; Iltnefebee; theiviilyn4
rip Or. iivef; .-
8; A.pActibility to's:isticti of piiiioom end roeti
. Compact:nese and elegmnim of 4in:del Mid infoh: 7 .
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NO. 104 IFOuRT 1 1" :41 4 R..isroix.
ei Wood d sMithietti Streets.
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ass From o;clock A. M.„ to 4 o'clockaP.l4l.. ;
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Manufacture aad Dealertn -Straw Goods,
N 08.403, 405;4 1: 21122411 . 11;BEOOKII,ST., ;
le'no~v revel his SPRING STOCK; A:hi:eh will comprise
116 4 Mid trOzolent of BTRAWAND kACE 000D8.
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RIVETED; LEATHER HOBE, ANL. MACHINE BELTING.
JOHN .M. KI RKPATRICK
ATTOS,NEY„ AND 'CO uiaztoa AT LAW,
' and Sitieitor in Chititcery.
43T o.9loo7lio..l4,oextvallvaiel, five doors above Smith.
field Street, pittsburgb, ma.lyv
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treeke. headleei delliiiintirhairken'aiadles. It -Is pia tate era&
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