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THURSDAY MORNING NOVEMB E R 6; 18464
• 'Doctors Differ:
The editor of the American, in his paper o,
'Tuesday, has a long review of the Pittsburgh Mar
•ker, introduced - hymn:le ironical remarks, in regard
to the business prospects of our city, from. which
Ave make the'following extract:
.Nal. is the comrietition 'in 'Price even to be so
kaeriouslY regarded. The first evils of that mea
sure will be felt in an over importation, draining
the-precious metals from the country, and acting upon
- the life arid blessings thereof like . Om disluing of
'moisture from the roots of a tree. The first down-
'fall of Iron will come from a scarcity of mom,
whcre-with to buy it—a check to public and domes
tic improvement, and a consequent want of demand.
This drain cannot more than.commenct next year, and
Only perceivable at first tis those :who watch it
more narrowly." •
- The learned doctor of tha Gazette differs widely Ws sera so.—The. New Orleans paArs contraa•
in opinion from his lorMghrother of the American. diet Lieut. On en ' s report that Santa 'Anna had at'
Ilear what the Deacon says. We copy frora the i rived at Saltine:: at' the.-head of 23,600 troeps.
PComraircial Record," la the Gazette ' of yesterday
.
' , The extensive exports which are now going for
ward at advanced prices, will ,naturally increase
the supply of foreign'bills, and reduce the premi
um of exchange considerably below even the'pre
sent low rates, indeed it icoutd not be surprising, be
fore the spring importations commence. to ice on influx
of Ipecie from the old wor/el to the ncic."
We shall not.undertalci the task of reionciling
the opinions of these two essayists . , on political
-economy;..but it appears passing strange to us that
these two organs`of federalism are so sadly out oi
tune:' Our friend of the TOurnal hidi better key
them up? . ,
i fRONI THE iCITY OF MEXICO.
We find the folloWing in two :or three of the
:New. York papers of :Satarclay,, as; an .extract from
;
a leiter received in that city, dated
ii
Crrr or IXxxico, 23d Sept., 1446.
1
- , Hearken to Betts.. . :., .The proposition of the• President of the United
'The Reading 'Press 'gives the following whele:' States for negotiating a Pea" , Will ba the A/W
I question cered b the Mexiean JUAta• 1
some advice 'to the staunch Demociacy
of Baia
' , !‘We haxe onsid no doubt the! c onsideration of the!
county. As the Almanac makers say. 'it will suit i oveiture by the Jut wilt :result in a tousulta•
another climate just as well." ' tion' of a, commksio to iie Appointed by the two'
I 1
Mina and Harmony:—The; Democratic parts Powers• ;
'has' suffered.a defeat from two causes=a, partial "Suppo sin g no !al &roan' , iz! .to be attempted
disagreement in its ranks, and the non-attendance to be fc're'l upon ~ eici9 by the Governnient of
of Democratic voters at the polls. It now behoves the raited slates , Mexico will ascent oron.eartem
• every member of that party to throw aside all an-i conditions, to a change i of the boundary of existing
imosity and bad feeling engendered by disappoint- treaties. FO that the boundary of the United State.,
mot in getting office or -favorites nominated, to :maY include, thetieeconiartl, the hithsrto Meztican
forgive and forget all in the next contest, fox the . territory of Texas.",
' public good.. We must present an IltllgOken' front I
to our Enethy s -or we fall at their fut. (;et us not,
again suffer our opponents to gain a victory over` !,
the people by default, but rally around our men i
, With an eye single for the promotion ofcorn,; the
- mon good. This is all we deem proper to say at'
present, and our friend's will appreciate, lle spirit
in which this advice is uttered, not .from ally intern
lion -to dictate to those who,deserted the ranks in
' the last election. If we wish to maintain the as
cendency of democratic principles which were
taught us by the great Jefferson, we must be active
and united, for if we are split, up and supine, we
can do nothing and lose our dearest rights, which
we iurrender to the fetv. '
TE9TI . IIO . iIAL t44L01L.-M7. arc en
Philadelphia, has just completed a splendid sil
ver pitcher, to be presented to Gen. Zachary Tay.
lor, in commemoration of the 'victories of Palo Al,
,to and Resaca de In Palmo. It stands on four ea
gle's claws.and ia•enriched by the mot heamiful
and appropriate castings. The cost was $200; it
weighs•2o ounces,' and is itte;.rl3 , 2 feet high. The
dotion3 are a committee of gentlemen of ,LeuisrZle,
. Ky., and, it is worthy of their munificence.
3frixrAar.—The Charleston Courier of the lath
intr., says : "The 11. S. 'troops at Fort Moultrie,
ordered some titne since to. proceed to Meripo,
hive been detained by Qrder, to , await i the recep
tion of . clothing - . The clothing haring :arrived,
the ship south Carolina has teen chartered, and
the troops—abouf:l6.o in numboc--are now ern
barked, and the vessel, is. to leave, AT uoder.tand,
to-rrioteciw." - -
Tux. GALT.—The N. 0. Picayune speaking of
Comtnodore Sleet, nho was on'board, says: ••In
another column we !hare told of the gale which
the Perry. encountered. The gallant pommodotT.
, told us last night that he had followed the sea now
for nearly forty-seven years, and thought he knew
What a storm was, but he . had • never before scen.
blow." , ;
Axrunta..--We learn, says the Pirayunc, from
an officer who waaat Monterey on the 6th inst. ,
that in two'days after the evacuation of the city,
o.en:Atriptidla. was reriroved from the i command of
the. Mexican army by a . .council of officers, and
that Geo. Mejia was restored thereto. The .
inca
parity of Ampudia is assigned for this important
more,
• Cu,turrt.--A clergyman - addressed his people
afew Sabbaths since .4 follows:--"I said to .iou,
.
any. dear hearers, on the.day when we last iifted a
collection, that philathropy Vraii the love of spe
cies. Trornthe amount Obtained at that time; I
fear that you'understood me to say si!erie.
.1 trust
your contributions of to-day will serve to show
that you are no longer laboring under that mis
take.'i
ErFECTS OP TIIE aron.u.—The
Y) Advocate states that thelate storm did great
damage in that
,region. Several 'animals were
drowned in : various parts of the ,country, and from
100 to 200 bridges talcen
'Fat -,BILL e zitizans ttowbt
leib. be glad to hear that tbeie delightful musicians
intend giving two more of their unique, conctrtfi'
before leaving our it r.
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TaLlrßE.— . Benefit of , GAsair.f..B.srat mad
last appearauee of the Ravel Family, this evening.
A great offered. •
Mn. E. S. Co.liN ma, an old favorite of the Pitts
burgh audience, takes his farewell Benefit on Sat
'lmlay evening. We %ish him a good hbuse.
Luncn.—Bennett, of the Bank Arcade, Diamond
Alley,serves up a splen4i4 lunch t every .mening .
at 9 o'clock. , •
WHERE Is sue ooNe—A young lady about
years of age, a member of the Baptist Female Se.
tninary, in Charleston, , left her boatding house on
Tuesday last as supposed in a state of insanity, and
has not since been heard from.
t, John H. Clarke Providence, , of was on
Thuralay chosen as one of the representatives of
Rhode Island in the U, S. Senate, to succeed Mr.
Simmons, whose term of office Will expiie on the
4th of March neat' ; _ •
'a - 3•The Governor. of Alabama. - ordered a
.
, specialelection in The seventh distrirt, on tile se
r•
cor.d Monday of Novetnber. 'Has district was
represented 13y: tbe-late_Felix G4McConnell.
(CFlon. Daniel Webster has-been nominated
bya - Whi conntion recent'
for the Pre* Y g. ve Y
veld at_Exeter, N. H.
..rrlt is stated by the Baltimore 'American; that
Cant: -Steal-At i n to fake commit - hi of the.Gitli
brptuirnit
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COL. FRE2l4lS3.#llCClzOnsm—This gallant
officer isearnio4lnniels,fer away from Home.—
We hive before us a littex ; from Monterey, on the
Pacific, to ithe edtoF Wthe .gexadria ( irirginia) 1
Gal e; cifilitaininithe-soilleed- notice 4f...Y. . . !
0 st* . aiis - -, - Pitit - lilt4l - 1i liale;f•fuly - . "10;11 - 48: 1
,
t , Ppl. Fiernonto party arrived here yeiterdiy,
having 'had some pre tty bird fighting with the
Mexicans , and Indian s.. They: number about two
hundred, and are the most daring and hardy set of
fellows I 'ever looked' upon. They are splendid
marksmen, and can plant-a bullet lin ,an enemy's
head With 'their horse,s ' at a full, gallop. They nev
er think of eating bread, but live upon meat all the
time; They never' slep in a house, but on the
1 ground, with_ ablanket around thm; theii saddle
a
forpillOW, and a ride by - their side.' I should
like :to give you some more :minute account• -of
theiii, but time will ribt admit." I
'aj-The-trniosi states that thelWar 'Department '
has issued ar, ,enormous amount of munitions of
war- I —nut !less than 10,000 pounds lof amunition for
field 1 and !siege.rgins, attd orar...e,ce)o,ooo of cart
ridges foLsmall arms,
Nottszic ea!—.—One *e.port receijed in Nay Or
iente is, that Santa Anna had made a forced loan, of
$2,690,009, from the churches.
A itir:A ti liobngOn, deo: , brother
to Riciat!idJohn4m, has been; rlected Con:
•
greys froth .A.ricuasa.s withcot opposition. lie re.
ceived 16;425 cotes out of 16,526; polled.
yards.
On Sunday, the •20111, Gen. Worth we, detached,
lsy•Gea. Taylor, in command of the 2d division of i
the regular army ( ;shoat -1500 strong) and Cot.{
I Hay's regiment of Teats Rangers, (consisting of
1 4
, 00 men.) with a view of turning the city mid oft.
kupying the Saltine road, for the purpose of cut-;
,
I. ting off the, enemy ' s supplies and reinforcements„
SCANDAL AT, WASHINGTON. I which were daily expected tinder Gen. Santa Anna.
Correspondence of the New York Rzpress. I The' division performed the march:a-making a
, . WAS/3,17,01'0N, Oct. 23. 1 road, filling ditches, See.—a distance of about six I
The Circuit and District Court close the first lor ,_even pities and reached the vicinity of the enc..,,
week of their term to-morrow. ,The docket is 'IV in the evening, about 5 o'clock; when the Gen.j
large one, and the term will continue until the i eta', with an escort from Col. Ilaya's Rangenawas i
fired on by the batteries placed-on the heights, and I
meeting ;of the. Supreme Court, on the first Monday i
a corps of the enemy's light troopi, who
of December. The most' mportant case is that ial bY
grnwing:oulsof the alleged libel of Ex-Gov. Thom- ! were sent through a corn field to.cut safrWparty, :
as of Md., against his wife, the, daughter of Ex 4 From this time - nntil the•.appearitnee - ,of ! the I
Goyernor McDowell` or Va. The libel was print-i white flag, on the evening of the 24th the diVisiou
ed in a pamphlet, ablaut three years since, and cir- of the army commanded by - Getr; -Worth was in- 1
culated freely over the -District Of Columbia and; ceEtantly engaged, and was ever sulte&fulnevar !
the adjoining States. The friends of the wife for one moment hesitating or faltering—puttiO, to
brought the suit in :the Court here, and it was' otlront the enemy's cavalry an the plaina driving his I
tried in; the Criminal. Court, because the pending, infantry through the chaparrel andfrem thetamse
Judge (Mr. Dunlap) was a brathenindaw of Mrs. itops, scaling immense heights, caeuring guns,
and
Theraaa. The case 'was taken to the Circuiti storming fortressee which were. ..not: only deemed 1
Court in November, of last year, and for want ofd impregnable, but which seeinektn be almost thee- i
important testimony, was postponed until March.; cessible. And, best ofl,all, these brilliant exploits!
At the ltlarch term: there was a! most exciting ar- i vitere performed with the loss of foUrfeen killed-4W ,:
gument; in which Col. Benton, (au uncle of Mrs. j fifty-six wounde4 and {dining the four chits's sun. i
Thomas;) took part. Theargument was also par- 1 test there occurred not, the slightest errorsor line- i
ticipated.iii by Mr.; Crittenden, of the Senate, Col. I take on the part of the commanding t.:S.enttral, nor
Thompson, of S. C., Mr. flonei, of Washington,j was there at any time the least 'faltering,' or, hesi.
and other eminent Counseli. The material witness i tancy on the part of the and menregolarsi
in the case. Mrs. Linn, of rartsiottris the wife el the I acid vulunteers —in executing bas ' arden lodeed,
deceased United states - Senator, was - Still absent, l it l's difficelt - to - determine whish is roost Wortirysets
and the trial was still ferther: postponed until the i admiration, the wisdom and energy displa'yed by
second Monday of the appinath!ing November.the able and acconipliiii. counnanders s or tire gal.
'The defendant in the meantilue was authorized i lantry and odor with which he w a s su st a ined, by
to procure •by depOsition the testimony of Mrs. t these under his vats...mend.
Lien, provided she could not appear in person_; , When the did:es:lnas and insuperable obstacles
Mrs. Linn has thus far failed to make affidavit of I arc considered, I venture the assertion that the se.
what Mr. Tiontas l expects to prove by her, and i nea of sticccsa obtained by the division tinder Gen:
there is no probability that she will appear here I Worth's command, in the recent opperutionsi
at ail. i The case thus loses much of its expect , d t ~,,must M,,nterey, will bear a favorable compari- I •• -
I eases, such as Paralysis, Rheumatiern, nervous and
interest, and iris possible that it may be still fun i son with the proudest; achievement of the Amen. I , C l ll l -IsrletVGalvanie Remedies tot nervous disal
deafriais, spinal complainti,SPalPilalloll of
ther postponed. Judge Dunlop, since the case first I con arms. He was opposed• by a greatly superior
tic dOrpitiUX, fits, dyekisia, broil
became. public, has been transferred. from • the. I forsa i which was well served with artillery and sick hearltacl4.
Criminal to the Circuit Court. The case, will,', posted riven, the highest peaks of the Sierra Madre. I chilli .,
therefOre, have to be decided by Judges ,Cranch and! Ile stormed heightis took three pieces of artiliery,l the heart, PePCral debility and - 40fifiOtcY 0 edery -
Morsel!. - Judge Crunch is still confined to his tented them on the enemy, and with these, and the, s'ai and Physical energy, Alane bean ased.' WA
house by an indisposition which at one time gave I aid of one of his own pieces—when he contrivedi greatsuccess and inmost ouiveraal ssatisfactitart.
they.- are done lip in . the form of belts,. hapda, '
faint hope of his recovery, and may not-be able to to place upon the summit which commands the
bracelets, rings, and magnetic fluid in bottles. and
appear at Court :upon the duty set apart fer . this; ! famous Bishop's Palace, eight hundred t'eet abovej
applications. - ltisi in pry has ever
trial. ;The great ; respect,,ability and high official ,the base of the mountain—with the inesti-1 are. all "twat.'
their use, , nod toe •cases where
.
position of most' f the parties in this ease, givel'mable services rendered q the dauntless and invin-i Nen I cll o .wn front
very numerous.
the greatest interest .L 0 the trial. ilassling seen- Icible spirits who stormed these heights, he reduced the
ha!" hi?cii 0 "d "-With aavant.4.l.4 l : l 4.traile Sue
many, erroueoua sitaternerits in!regard to it I make i that stronghold of the enemy and drove him j1)10 0 5 art!
ea- TOr further. explimeti,on please: read, the ad.
the above corrections. The Circuit. Court will al- the city, upon which he turned the guns he had
vertibenseet u r n the outside of this paper s ;
so haVe before them the ease of a lady claiming to, captiwed. He bivouacked his force for the night
he the wife of Mr. Van Ness,ithe
,wealthiest Man t on the black mountain, toad the next day, after For sale at Ciptier4 se orily awns in Pittsburgh.
of the district, very recently deceased, !bombarding the town, he conducted his force into Was i ' s' ' N0..57 Market street.
1 the streets amidst a shower of: balls discharged at
his person. Hewes seen
,every where, directing
everything, driving the enemy' from his batteries, '
forcing him from street to street sail house to
house, Until night ended ,the etingigt. He main
tained his position in tie city:, placed rt ten inch
mortar in one of the'sstrongly fortified squares, to di
rect which lie placed that gallant and skilled offi
ter, Maj. Munroe, with instructions to fire a shell
(weighing nieetypounds) every half hour during
the night. This diitywasperformed with terrible
effect, every shell falling in the plaza, where the
enemy's fortes were collected to the mindier of . 7,- I
000 or 6000 trier.. He had made every necessary
preparation (OrmeMeg 'his advantages the next
day, even to plactug soma of his artillery on the
tops of high buildings, which would command and
sweep the house tops from which the enema.
..
fought. i 1
Snell was the state of preparation when Gen.
Anipudia capitulated the city, reflecting equal hon
or upon.the military skill of the head which eon,
ceived, and
' the indomitable energy of the gallant 1
spirits who executed the, plan of operations..
- Our most serious loss occurred on the '2 let, when
Gen. Taylor only intended to make adiyersion in
fiwor of Gen. Worth, who was engaged in the at
tack on the other side of the town, but owingsi to
the ardor and impetuosity of.the troeps, they r yery
aeon became ineol ed in a general pngagerpent,
winch Gen. Taylo felt bound to sustain. :This
excess of courage involved melancholy conse
quences, but it is' paely a most excusable Weak
ness, if it be a ive knees, to display an ex&ess of
ardor in the field o battle. ' '
The volunteers from the different States behaved
in the most handsome manner. 'They have Woe SOT
the citizen aohlier, the admiration and applause of
the oflicers and soldiers of the regular army, who I
speak of their conduct in the highest terms of ap
probation and eulogy. Among the volunteers, none
have shown reidie iconspicuointly than the Ist Re
giment of Tees m r eamied riflemen, commanded by 1
that Chevalier Bayard, Cot J. C. Hays, 'better
known as Jack Hays. This corps, from the Colo-i
isel to the private, has fully sustained its, former
reputations In the first affair in which Gen Worth's
division was :engaged on 111 morning of the 21st, .
Col. Hays; with several companies of his Mounted
lriflemen; were thrown forward. to open. the ball, I
Which he did most beautifully; encountering and
I shooting in the presence of the General; the Colonel
;of di ageorit wine!commanded the enemy's fOrces. l
' Inscaling heighte storming battetiei, and daintier- i
ing over walls and - house-tops, the voice of the gal
lant Colonel, and the. report of the unerring rifle ofl
Ithe'Raageri were ever heard in the van.. The cour-1
age and coml. tang, and sultordination of this corps,
is the-theme of admiritio» in 1 the.arto . Y. - .. 1
But my object is narrative and not .eulogy. It'
,is not neceessary . for. me to - go into detail in relsi
j tion to the terms accorded to the Mexican army
lin the capitulation, as you Will have`seen the 'rUlic
cies,,or the substance,. thereof, - pedliShed :lrithe
newspapers ere this reaches,yem , ;If mays one not
acquainted with the facts of the.case should tabjeet
that•our .cenuttanding .Genersil .has:grantedsternes
too' leis:liable to the retiring army, let it be.:rerneni..i
hered.lhat eterinStiecibleslittleartray had alreadyS
auffered.eesteiely . in.haring,the bosoms taf.sw-hist
citizens; andsbraveat;offi
--ell's; end eoltliete,', to sthes
-batteries -of -an rinseendbe;lhat tillPnilTavas,jistill
'immensely attorig ipatadefencesisthattthesMexitan
• The armistice,' between General Tit Loit and
, 4
10
Astreui..! is thus', represented ~ the correspondent
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of a :New Oilcan's paper t
,
The line of dOsictri between the two armies will'
;begin ;lithe Ripen:Au, and td run through Linam;
and San Fernando. Well, dei you know what that
line is? Nothing less than this: The Rinconado'
Estate is west di the great baltilto Pass, Where;
according to some, the Mextcasis were to crush
us, aisti consequently has an open road to Saltillo;
that cannot oppose any impediment to his onward
march. I consider this as a great masterly stroke
[of the Ameri , an Commander, as well as the ar
mistice which he has granted to Ampudia. The
reasons of the latter-are verrplain. After taking
possession of the Pass, which is now within the
line.;his troops must not cross. The army, which
have been exhausted by the long march from Ca.
margo to Monterey, and by the three days hard
(fighting, will take, an invigorating rest. to enable
him: to make again a march;of nearly 300 miles
!of a. complete desert, beingithe distance hetweep
IMonterey and San Luis Potosi, during which no
serious resistance will he, offered to hit,n.
Emit; the Baltimor,e America , '
VENEZUELA.
By letters' and papers to the oth inst., received
by the schooner Martha Elizabeth, at this port, we
beVe informatiOn of the occurrence o of popular dis
turbances, groWing out of the dissatisfaction of a
political" pat-ty! in Venezuela at the result of the
late election tar President of that republic.
General Josd, AntoniO Paez, the former President,l
has been apPonited General: in Chief of the ann} ,
of the Republic. and had issued a very patriotic ad
dress to his - eotnitrynien, calling upon them to sup;
press sedition end . 4naiutain!the honor'and tranquil.
ityt of the Reptiblic.
it appears by an official note that Col. Gaerreru;
commanding a:party cif government troops, had en,
,
countered in the piains:at place culled Laguna
de'Piedra, on the 28th of Sept., a party-of the fic 7
don numbering upwards ofiZOlLtnen, and had dis
persed them, leaving 100 dead op, the field of bat
tle; and a greeter number Wbunded.or drowlied in
the .Tisnados. Col. Guerrero took:no prisoners.,
!The Government of Caracas - had ordered the ap-d
prehension •of eumnan as the cause and prime,
mower of theSe tumults, and after much: search'
was apprehended at the house of a female friendin
Cireast
n,r CONSi!ii)IM : NTS Vi;IIS I ilED.—The
Ddealogue haii . been thus tersely and - quaintly ren
demi iiito.rhvate, and in ,
this shape would be a
good .elcercise'for the memories of youngehildreu:
t •
dm the Lord thy Goa=eerite only me—
Beforee no idols lxiw thy impious knee;
3 Use - not my name In trifles or injest;
4. Dire not profane my ilacvect day-of .rest;
5 Fver to Parent's due ibediense pay; •
G. Thy fellow-ereature, trial), thou shall not slay;
7. no adulterous commerce bear apart;
18, Fiona- stealing keep With 'care thy hand and
heart; •t '
falbe reports; ag!tinst thy neighbor hate;
• tieer dul-. ••W fort
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!IMPORTA'4T
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TIE STORMING W MONIEREY.
lAxerestlUi.gUatter. fr,olll.Col.Bs4le peytol
TALKelosinvdstitilie,44.iiltegey - h* - trtail
4 ) - .e.74.rrniwt of INiontetl; th e p'oratiope pf.G•
and defence l of the terins• of t.
C' P
pitulation, are f rom the penlo o atm rsTosr,
of We extract l ithe letter fronithe Pic
ayune, to which it was conimunicated by J. A. Ito
vier, ,
`Muzrrs.a,r,r, Spt.,. 25, 1846
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.2hry Dens Sir:—,-After a most obstinate ; a n d san
guinary conflict, which was continued from day to
day: for . five deltic Gen, - l Almpudia caPitiflatedethidi
city, on the 24th
,inst. I Our loss in killed _and I
Wmtniledi has been extremely severe, not lass than'
500:artunist whorl:-are soreie oflthe :moat valifable I
.offieers.of the regni9,r ..keroy, as well as volunteers.;
Theist ,Regim.ent of Tennessee volunteers, citim
enandettby Col. Campbell, suffered'more severely;
•
perhaps, than any other which was engaged during
!the Beige, having had tw,eoty-sevin killed on .the 'I
field, and seventy-seven wounded, some of them
mortally, and many of them serionslyrand thie.out ,
111111 c of a force of only 370 men. - Notwithstandiugthifil
tremendous loss, the regiment charged" under the
Itread of its gallant colonel 'and' other. offieere, :via
1 wad the first regiment whiett stormed the fart, moun
tell. the breastworks, and unfurled the stars andi
stripes upon its walls, aspidst a perfect 114 sterm
of balls, which was pouring upon it.
These Mexican towns and' fortresses are ifieredi,
I
I bly strong, and few men fight better' froin houee
tops andbehind stone walls, or are more adroit in
the use of stationiuy artillery than the ltle.xleacs.l
I In these actions. Gen. Taylor had, all 1 0 34, about 1
15000 men, while Cara. Aec.pudia's force consisted
of 10,500 infantry and Gavel ry. besides militia, ran
cheros, &c. Gen. Taylor had eighteen pieces of;
I artfllery, of which seventeen v.ere field pieces,'
which, With two standar'ds 'of '.colors, are now in,
our possession.
Our army ivrived befo l re :t;onterey the moriting
of Saturday, the 1011,LiMt., nod about, half past,l3'
o'clock, while reconnoitering the out-works of.the
city, a ball, discharged from a 1.2 pounder, struck
near :Gen:Taylor and stall; and bounded With ter
rible' velocity Over' is h4ad, at which' the old hero
did' not change a muscle or even hat an eye. This
day, the 10th, was spent in making reconnnisances
of the place and its various outposts:amidst a good
deal of firinr , on the part of the :tlexicans, from
cannon and- a short gun called au escopette„ which
carries a large ball to the distance of 500 or .300
(1,
i :; `:- ..,ham
was double that elk our,wia; this army was
iession of the ay:ingest patted'. a city, each
ruse of which* is a', tbrtreiritylvithin itself;
beeremainine-ittree.l./11410
them en'~eil end - When
treat ..the'xity!the MeXican extol -possessed
iss'!ealled ;the Citadel, of. immense capacity
sat }Ann; to Which the nabobs army could
cured. - To have, taken this - work without
a Selo' train as we-were , by tial
aist;'-would have
cost cost as very dearly. Independently of these
consideration, our provisions were growing short,
and our ammunition was quite limited. We were
-far removed front our supplies'and 'reinforcements,!
ctrhlle the_extemy might have been reinforced at
'any - moment. .. Awl lastly, the policy avowed by
our. Government does not iticulcate, the idea that
this is • to be a vindietive or „exterininating war
I
against the people of. Mexseo, but on- the contra=
I ry to conquer a peace, orju,ottisir words to whip
Mexico to her own satisfaction, ! obtain ou r"just
rights, and conclude a peace upon such terms as
[ would be becoming in=O great and magnanimous
nation towards a weak and distracted Government.
All this has in ling opinion been accomplished,
in as full, complete and ' amplea manner by the
course pursued in the capitulation, as if we had
stormed the citadel and at their whole army- to
the sward. This is, in rpy }ago:writ the-last hat-
ale which will ne fought in the Mexican war.—
Gen.-Aerioudia, in urging a pacific course on Gen.
Taylor, stated repeatedly that he knew that Gen.
Santa Anna was disposed to peice; that he was
well assured that the course adopted would lead to
peace between the two countries; and that his ob
ject was to save the effusion of blood and the hou-
I - or of 4ns Government. lint if the-war is to be
! prosecuted; we are in the possession of one of the
I strongest, most healthy and beautiful places in Mex.
ieo;—from tv i tiich, when our reinforienherits and
[ supplies arriii, our Army cannot be expelled .by
any force which -Mexico will .be- able
Atui to send
. .
against it. We have taken arms raunttaon with
r wich we can act offensively or defensively; accor
ding to the dowse of events and the policy of the'
Government. "If it bathe policy of our Govern!,
1 merit to extend our boundary-!beyond the' Rio
Grande, than the line of the Rinconada, agreed uPon
''as that *voila which the "Mexican/ troops are to
retire, is the most eligible which" ; can be indicated
by the geographical features of the country.
Gen. Ampudia and his army left this morning'
for Saltine. tie was treated with courtesy and roi l
spect by Gen. Worth, whose quarters are in the
1 city. and who accompanied him to the limits, of the ;
town. In fact,' alt or our troops dliptayed that
forbearance Which always marks the conduct of
brave and magnanimous men towan.ls those whom
the fortune of war has -placed in their power. You
will o&...erve that in my narration of the events o 1
the battle, 1 have confined, myself to the operations!
of that division of the army which was command-1
ed by Gen. Worth. have done so because I was ;
with his command, near his person, saw •what, ce-1
curved ; and know that which I have stated tc. be
substantidly correct. You are not to infer that A!
mean to intimate that the:main army, ender the
command or Gen. Taylor, did not' pr.gorm feati
equally worthy of the applause and admiration oil
the country. Others well infocinsil as to facts,
and much better qualified (Iv the duty, will no
doubt give a detailed accooct of the operations of
this portion of the ;arty. Take the army alto.
gethey, I doubt whether a superior body of men
ever rallied under the flag of our country.
- Very truly, yoors o llic.„ ! BLUE PETTON.
Marrlod,
Op Tuesday, the 3d lust., by the Rev. Warren,
Mr. Cn►RLi's M. JouysToA, of AlleghOy county,
to Mica M•n; 1 RK99, - of 'Westmoreland
counts, Pa:
TEMPERANCE NOTICE
At a meeting of several members of committees;
of the Temperance-Societies.of Pittsburgh and,
Allegheny, held on the 27th ult•; it was resolted to
call a general meeting of all the ComMitteeebf the
Temperance societies of Pittsburgh, .Alle;beny,
Birmingham; Nlanchester and vicinity,, to be held
In the Ark, Allegheny city,' on the evenhig of
Turnsosv. thp sth November; at 7 o'clock, to
consult of the t steps to be ,taken-. in _ . viers of the
appreac tug.e ec on, on e•n •it nsq,
MASONIC
A lasted meeting of Franklin Lodge, No 221,
"Xneient ' York' .:‘tasous, will be 414 this evening,
(Thursday,) at the corner of Wood told :id
itreis. • By order of the W. '[aster. r
novs, I. J. ASHBRiDCiE, Ssc'T
• Coughs and - Colds.—Tbe sudden and frequent
changes of tte atmosphere in'our western climate,
subject us, sooner or later, to these" annoying afllic
1i645; and when ,p,ot ort4y•btterlded. to t the hinge
full a prey to consumption, their insidious destroy.
er. - how often have you. been warned of the ap
proaching danger, but you fear not the cita
del of life is attacked and rendered hopeless. -Dow
important is it, then, to _obtain ipliing a 4w - bot
tles of that valuable tneclicina.
Dr. J. K. Duncan's'Expettorant ftemady, which
is certain to arrest the cough, heal •the soreness or,
irritation in - the trarlt,a and .brritkclainl tub,es'Lre
move the pain and lightness experienced in the
chest and breast, also givino• s t rength to those who
are weak.
cf:Yltenternbar, - that it j* Ijt I. 4. Duty:!.9's
Western °Mee, lto. 1511 Sy s camote ret„.einsinnati;
Dhio, w,b.e4e that ebovn medicine is..atald in large
and small quantities. Price *1 per hOttle, Gi:titles
for *5. AI discount made to those who sell as
agents.
• -
For sale by W..faeksom , Agent corner of Wood
and 'Liberty street*. . ' • novs.
'offi.,ce Of the 149451n+ TP.Wr 'has at ,
tached to it the most extinaire Job Pri,ntingEstali
lishrnent in the city. Ws are pripared lilt all
orders for printing at the shortest notice,-and the
work will be done ip thO hest style and ,on th'x
lowest terraa. •
AA. MASON, will - aliciithis Inori(ing a large
lot bf Calicoes, 'one case Blue - And Orange,
new style; also, 18 pa. ofailk and . cotton warp Ai
paccas; 300 bra. linen table ,crillers; 1:14,ge lot darn
ask do; Scotch and ilusala dietpn.soowelings,
novs' •'' - No. 62 arket se.;
. .
A A. MASON, 62 Market st.'; opens this morning
11_4, a large lot or French and Arnenican broad
clothe, gain and I}Lncy cassiweres, fig:dand plain
beaver cloths vestings of eaery variety, gloves.,
Mkt's, cravats, undershirts and drawers: &c.
A .. .
T AN Orphans Conri, held"at Oree!ohnrgh, in
and for Westmcireland county, the 26th day of
May, A. D. 1846. Present, the Tlon,Thomas White,
President; and John. 31bothcad.nnd Jas,,Bell; Esq.,
Associate Judges of the same Covrt:
In the matter of the pastitimier salvation of the
real estate of Edwird Pfaskins.„'d.eed, op Motion of
James Nichols, 'Est, ride on the heirs awl -legal rep
resentatives of said doeq,..to appear atser rtextOr-,
phans'.Court, to be held nt'grcensburgh., in and for:
Westmoreland.county,the.fourtliMondAy L23d day)'
of November next, arid ishow.:canse why she reales
tate of said4leod should ant hinuld. Rersonal no
tice to be tisen to ill the,heirs residing , in thisAtate,
1 and by three publications iu one peikenaper publish
ed. in r ll,l 4.finlgh ntitoall'itheri': 13' the Co uyt: • ,
DAyip FULLWOO,D. Ot.Enn.
Tcertify thti abnye,lobe i truq copy,,oftl;e2 original.
- . • . M.L.' :VANS; stuns'.
h,f11nC.21,..1846.-:--novs-w3t
bm 6 a s
164'
fIITR ARMY ON - THE RIO' GRANDE; htfing
1.-L,F short account of theiMportant events transpir
ing front the time of the removal •of she. St Army of
I Ceeripaticii” from Corpus Christi to the surrender of
Matamoros; with the description of the' Ba.rrix or
PAisi Atto, and Rrstenstr LA Ft.r..trt. The born
bardnient of Tort-Srownv and the ceremonies 'of she
Surrender of Matiamoras. lsith deserißtiOns of the
eltr;ilte:; by T. IC 'Thmpei Es.v, 7 nuthoi of Tom
Owea;: ! thelJen-liubter;.Rte. , Illastrated with I.&,etc,
lgrrivint4rAtit*!44o:fcii o,le. at COOK'S .pitkr ary
Depots 55 Fourth Et. ;..-;; • • •
PITTUTIRSP TELTRE.
,
•
FiaEIL
"," •
In conscßienCoi 'nf the i iropense ryas att ling
this linkageranzt t the: prices of i*ission_
be:a&ranced to -
Private Jinxes $4,00 firkt , -
lit and ad Circles 76e, Gallery
Lae:. t appearance of the
R'KVEL FAMILY
BLI'MFAT GABRXEL 'kfiVEL:
Nevi Eaget, now P4Ptai!iine, aid now Difnces
WEDNESDAY Eii.ENING; - NOVI 6,71848:.
• Will be performed the brdlet of
-- LA
Characters by the Rare) Family.
Aker which .
TIGHT. ROPE Br THE RAVELS,
4 AND LEON
a nAstn PAS DE DEMI FROM THE R A LLET 9F
Giari/e. •
Mad. Leon.Javet/i and. Mons. Henri,
To - conclude with
• IOODENSKI:
• .
On, iuz §Karxii.s OF Wtt.'s
Comic' Sliataig. Scene 19 - the Ravel
Entertaimuents Jo,couieteece with the
TWO uligq ORMS
friday, Mies raxts , Benefit.
floors to open-at'7,.perfortnanoe - to c,Orfo,erici at
71 prScisciy.
A CAA°. . -
FAREWELL BENEFIT OF M. E.' S. CONNF.R.
MjS. CONNER respectfully infonnAii old Pitts-1
. burgh friends that his . Parewea efa Ben and pos-11
itively his last oppeara,nee, will take place on sxr
tiltDAY EVEN ING., t ov. lth, on which occaSion
will be jerformied the splendid play ofiVA.LLACE,.
the HErto - of ScerLaaps--after which the Ist act of
the beaiitifig 4Arkina of the OCEAN CHILD, in which
will tie ig.treducerl all the imPosing tableau and pic
tures incidental to the piece. The whole to conelude
with the grand National drama of PAUL 3ONF.S, en
THE PILOT OF THE GERMAN OCEAN; the part of Long
Tom Coffin by Mr. CONNER
[[Sus Book now open.l
Porting Notes of tiNs Vs:upon°Xogl ans.
POSITIVELY THEIR LAST APPEARANCE
niii•rt 7T SUCC WK.—CROWDED 110 BESIDE-
LIG,II^/;11 AVDIENCES
THE SWISS BELL, 'IMBUE:
I:N bidding Antal," to thetr many warm and gen-r
CCQIIS friends and patrons of Pittsburgh, whose
kind reception, extended to strangers from a dis
tant land, Wiif ever for& t sunny tipotninidst thc.re
miniacences of the past respectlitily announce
FAREWECIL CONCERTS,
AT PHILO BALL, .nus andro-atogßovt EVENL'IGA
Nov. sth an4:6ill
Ticket 25 cent---soltalf price,
DOOll open at 7 o'clock.- Concert to commenca at
half pant. Change of programme each evening.
I,7ZY . Front ices reserved for the rattle!,
- .
,Ni B.—This is the Original pa i nd, that meted
such a sensation in New York city, at rjibJo>o and
the Tabernacle, in 184 i, and the 9,41) , izand now trav
eling. • , . [nos4
For Wheeltutt.....4tegular. Packet.
Tus splendid light draught steamer
;DOMINION',,S. Trtnit, Master, will run
as a regular packet between Pittsburgh And Wheel
angtleaving l'itt44rgli for tilf - heeling every Monday,
Wednadaay and Friday, at 3 o'clock, P. M.; and leay..
ing Wheeling for Pittsburgh every Tuesday, Thum
day ands Saturday, at 9 o'clock, A. M. for freight
or • usage apply on heard.. Apv9 ;
I `.l is t'..or Plrrsnonon,l I
1--Nov , . ad; 4.846. - -
1 IVrtEppreside.at and IlitcztAtif this Bank hare
.1 thin day declared a dividend of _three and, one
pns cant. or. the capital s tock ..for Oa last six
o asha;iparahle - to stocktritidnitr br titnii I ow:4 reptn
sentati i; es forthtiltb.
pov.l-d 1w JOHN SNYDER, Casitix.a.
NrEIICICANTS AND INFANTTACTVItERE
Pittib9lo j Nuv. l 3d, 1846. .
rrukt.:, Direstnrs of this Bank have th 4
a I:llvidentl of three and a hale per chnt.. - qn the
capital idek, out of• the profits for the last six
months,' payable, txritockholders on or after the 13th
inst. Eastern stockholders will be paid at therotur
Inercial Bank of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
_ W. H. OE NY C C.ultrrn:
, .. '. ExiitArmr. T34.,.F. or Prrr6lT 4 ".4ll,i
- • - , November 3d, 1840. '' ..,,,,
J.
1 ,
...gls biiAli. has this day declared a dividend or three
.iter,,ceiit. on its capital stock, payable to stony-
dots ,r,1.1.4.it legal representatives, on or,afler the.
i 1.3 .th mit ppvii TIIOS. 41 3.1 . 1,y
0E p..s.sga-n.
.
bbd .* fltitter; •
VI . 2 ke4o'do. for oo.le by
MARTEN k SMIT4 2
' nori, • 56V00d street
DRIED PEACH ES•=7 bbls. DrigA Pooottgp,,
good ort.isla l , fgr 41.1 e by •
_. ••
• NAR.Titi 4- '
ngli. • . N0..56 IVood street.
'mpg. AtirofEELCRII-A 'few ttoz.en, utst re
it: ceived 'and' foi silo by ' '•
MARTIN .& SMITH,
.. _
novi:' •- , 'No. 56 Wood street.
AISINS-:-300 boxes fresh Malaga bunch Raisins,
it just teed and for flute by •
govi - MILLER fr. RICKETSOIC
WEET MALAGA. WINE—TO f4r. Cas4,,Sxpet
)0. jNralaga Iyip, just med and for sale by
4174 ' MILLER 84 RICK ETSON.
4 f-360 boae4. Chillicothe Soap, just reed and
)3 for sale.by • ei.l4.L!Eft &ItICKETSON,
• . °eta' • No. 170, Liberty st...
rEA.THERS-7-01 sa4s . pri;no feuthers just Toed
"
and for isle by nor 4 Amy..
Scot Os. Ali nil!ti!ro , !Fai. 4410?
brande,” genuine up . erted
50 Dozen„rticl "Tenant
e, pint bottle - a, just received and for sale
STERETT St Co.
16 klarkot at., corner Front.'
;INFS.; °Alpine. lot of .F.tunlida,..R4ailuti it. I.
Greppo arid JD t4eys„jklst,receised and for Isola by
. STERETt ~co.
j 6 ;slarket at., Or. Front.
AUCTION SALES; .•:
By JcpßA D. Davis' Anctloueeri
VW/11-EAST CORNER OF WOOD AND FIySII STAT4TS,
(IN Thursday morning the sth inst., at .;0
mil_ will bp spld wit)koig reserve, an e4tentilye agort
ment-,ves fresh and pensogable Ary. Poodis, among
wjiich
_ . are Superfine Cloths, CasFliukorcsti Skitirotts,
xte l Lyer ploths o Water proof pilot. Clotho, ri.x4Ta. sup.
TN!ige,d, .Sailer Flannels, White slu., Twilled Red
Flanriels;Ualicoes, Alpecas,Bleached Sheetings, Un
bleached do 4 Cheeks; , TiCkinge, -Blankets, Twilled
pls.o I f indseys, Funnituse Prints, English Pins, Mon
tooey 140 d Beaver Cloths, fr.c.
At 2 o'cleck.,l'. DS.,.a large quantity of Iloutiehold
and Kitchen Furniture, Queensware, chitia, Glass
wore, ; Beds .4esding,. Wattiasses, Large size
Blankets, Mantel Clacks, Loolsing Glassei, Cooking
Stove, Spl en - did Secretary and Book Case, Carpeting,
5 bbls, Brandy, frill 4nd Whiskey, 4 Boxes Manufac
'Awed Virginia Tobacco, 1 klalf chest. and 2 -Caddy'
-SOUS ii..'Wea Bed-Cords,%bovels,Alanure Forks,
- -
At 61.. o'clock, P. M., a quanttty.or ready made
clothing, embracing Over Coats, fine Cassimere and
Satinett Pant; fancy Satin' Vests; fine Shirts., Draw'.
ers, Mariners Shirts, Oil iTackets,Pants, Coats; Froek
Coats;_Closks, c. .Boots; Shoes Hats, Caps, fine
Cutlery, Hardwaru, Dry Poodii„ ' nova,
MONONGAHELA itou.F.R,
'AT/LANGE OA. , itoun;••
Or -and 'After Mondsy. the-2d ,day of "Na...vPll4l. o ri
- the stearriboatii CON gill: L ABE;
Trill continence their single trips, lea*ineilaily- at 3
O'clock, P. M. •
*cad
3114. MUFF'S . -
)fillt \ 11111 ; k I . :' N . D .7oFFTf i thl l } 43 l ° ' 1 . 1r4 ;
i ' streets. - .Thia isttoknlyint
atitutioti in nciteriipiiitory'
whefe-persob• 'cid obtain
..anejt itstrgetion to
•Mcreantileand Steamboatßooli-keeping en
able them; without further assistance, to ' Mite - charge
of biopics... Those who,tip ‘ v.e,p. dopbt:of this.fiiet, cap
have. Any number. of ,r.efp re pees at Mr, D. 4 Rooms.
SpeeificatiOni aUd.directions for opening hooka in 2116
most conitplicated 'end estensivelmainess ? 'preparing '
•books.fmfahe'reoeptfon of nets , partners, or for the
44:airing of old.opes, furnished npoireasionsble 6Am,
';ll.ours: of. hoth.p nese to tol4patid . :4:tir
9, P. M. Laclies?:'ilartinieut 4"trno
:oat ak.7 n 7• ? ,. ft? . :•:!;_ii . •
vitro to the Virtuous.
• GOOD WILL TO ALL !.4 !
.1,-. A_
R. SAWYER, respectfully wkstrthies, dal, be
p
ow* the = -
I IIEALTIi DEPOT AND INVALID'S , fISTI&VT
Di Smithfield, between Third and Ath streets, Pitts
burgh; Pa., photo be will sell Wholesale and Retail;
GENUINE VALUABLE POPULAR MEDICINES,'
for the relief and permanent care of all curable die-
eases. Care will be taken to procure the most 'RIM'
able popular remedies that are to be had in the Uni
ted States such eipecially as are free from mercu
rial and injurious ingredients. We are determined
that our establishment shall be what its name im
perts7—a depository of valuable remedies for the sick;
a resort where the Invalid of every class may coma .
or send in good faith, and get a genuine and valu
able medicine. By honesty and by keeping excellent
preparations we hope to have the confidence of all
who are so unfortunate as to need. medicine. We
flatter ourselves that many an enormous doctor-bill,
and many .a valuable day will'be saved by calling in
time at our Health Depot.'
Ahiong the good remedies already received, we
have two most valuable medicines -well worthy a
place in every family's medicine-shelf. ' They are
much prised• whore they have been used, and are
now for the first time offered In Western Pennsylva
nia. We fear not to introduce them to acquaintance
with the intelligent discerning invalid. If they but
give them an honest trial, the result will be our mu
tual advantage. One of these medicines is Dr. Soul's
Oriental Socerergn Balm Pills; a general family
remedy; good for. sodden' bilious attacks '
and for
thvers, will cure the ague and fever) good for' long
standing dyspepsia and habitual costiveness ' and es
pecially foc, nervous debility, and for all diseases
arising from a diseased liver, disorders of the stom
ach, and impurities of the blood. If yon need medi
cine, giye them a trial. Price 25 cents per box of
al pills.
The other, inedieinoto.which wo refer. is Tousey's
Unlisrsal Ointment, a moot.excellent external reme
dy for all kinds of inflamed sores, bruises, piles, and
• especially for bums, scalds, frozen limbs, ike. It
speedily removes pain, and has mired severe scalds
land bruises without leaving' a' scar! ''Every family
should have such a medieibetilivays•on liand--7par
ticalerly wherethere are'ohildreni and every person
whole business necessarily exposes theid to the ae
eidents of fire, would de well , to keep it always by
Ithem insome convenient place, whore they may rise
it when needed, at a moment's Snarning. Price, 25
cents per box. Circulars giving more full discriptions
lof these valuable remedies to be had gratis at the
Health Depot, the only place in-Pittaburgh where
I these medicines are sold; ;'• , •: . ' .
I We bare many o th er valuable remedies, a few of
Iwhich we will name:
Dr. Upham's Pile Electuary,• an internal remedy.
No medicine for this disease has more friends among
the intelligent. Price $l,OO per package.
• Dr. 73uchan's Ifungariati Balsam of Life, the great
English -remedy forXruuritmptian, and.all diseases of.,
'the lungs. .Probably uo medicinein Europe or . Arne.
atca. has :,many reliable testimonials •from the most
scientific and distinguished men in the world, a :ha,.
Most remarkable cures have been performed by, hill
many hopeless.cases, both in England and America.
Price, fi1,02 per hottlo, * Pamphlets gratis, . ~..
. . /tr. -Wilasn'e Timis ; Claartii: arol 404-Dyspeptic!
.Sick gecia•cichs Pills. This medicine is shove sus-.
picion in the estimation of many of the most intelli..,
gent persons and families in this -city-and vicinity.
! price, 50 cents per box: - ; '''
Datirs'Magieal Pain Extractor; *Three,' Ores,'
I 2 5 : 50, $ 1 per her. • : . • , .
1 • Salter's Ginseng-Panacea, a popular medicine for;
lung diseases; 50 cents per bottle. - • • ' •
Sellers , .frirrica Cough ' Syrup. Some call it the l
best; in use: 25 cents per bottle. . •
• ' , Goehring's Catarrh and (tough Candy. -El cents
per paper. I . - • /
Pr. Fisk'i Sugar Coateil'Vegetable Extract Pills.
Never before offered in this .commOnity. Designed
expressly to purify the blood. , 4ii cents. er box.
Bristol's Deaubie Sarsaparilla. Highly recom
mended by many. $1 per bottle.
Bartholials Mothers' Ilelief. PrePared expressly
for .)jothers. One bottle ofifto be used a few weeks
previous to confinement.-i Recommended by many
intelligent physicians. Put up in large bottles.,
$2,50 each. 'Pamphlets gratis.
Dr. llP.Lqiit's Woe= Specific. It has very many',
warm friends.. 25 cents per bottle:
Sellers' Vermifue. Pronounced by many the best
in urie, 2.5 cents per botticogic. ir.c.., All.thAlie Yalu-
able articles asc. Dee Dom .mercurial ingredients.!
Other good remedies on We 'illy, and are expected
' l'gr RENE:MIER; the place.where you can buy.
these and other'geod medicines, is at the REALM
DEPOT, Smithfield, betw eel.' 3d and Fourth atreets,
Pittsburgh, pa, ' ' '' • .. -
nev.s-412t 4
.jWN
'• cure that Horse. - . •
;Loaf's Ring Kona and Spatin Cure is very.celebrai
ted in 'many par t s of New Ysrk State, for sParins,,
Windgallo, Thoroughpin,fplioe,eng• • Carh in Innis. i
50 cents por bottle: - ' •' ,
Roof's •Founder Ointment Nosed alio kyr Po:mail... !
ed, Hoof-bound, Split-hoofed horseit'also for Calls,
Cuts, Kicks, Nie,kings;:papkings; :Cracked Heels,
Aitc.: 50 cents p_Crlior. ' ; •
:ha only at the./4.14,-TKII*EPOT, Sizitbfield,
ketw.e.en 3ti and ith sis.,Pitiaburgl? z. po. .stori-ilaw) ,
_,....--
..• /Lassitrilaitrators Selo of Clotkitemo.o4
a43...' T M'KENNA , S Auction Rooms ; No. iftWorid
. • street, 3d door from sth, ou FridarEieni*
Noveinbor Qt!i i gl.paily gs% light, will be sold,
by order orA4,lpfraeltgrok,.4 Iptilf siars.pod sum
loaf !314ifliios, 'Shirts; Ike., 'ill 'efifhieti . mrx 'peiely
new. Alio, I. r t ight•Diy Clock. ':'' : • '
nov4 — .i. . ..., . r. wzgitra, Auct'r.
' Atimet.tass Elatimm., • ••
sattbeta,ple Dry Goods,. tf,t iKiii.erultos Atte
: tion Rooms,..No. 11.1 Wood 34. door from
Bth, to-morrow morning, Thurtsds y,Nosember sth, at
half post 9-o'clock. At 2 oteloek 4 4'. : Pst., a 'variety
of household acid kite en furniture.
.uoi • : . V. , PePILENNA; - Auct..
---- 7 ,
Greta. 'peattetioti.; , • ,
.1‘
TR. KENNEPYI egn lOsv o respepifdifylo info rni.
I_ tile .put!lic. tip!,trte Aeattpauttensrkay 'Young
wilco' kalopl:Nyillnontmence ,onllfonday.,Alorem
her itith,44 - ren., at the suggestion.' of eeieral :of hie
friends;he hatkdetertnined. to reduce his term% pg
$lO per quarter. 'Penn at., 6th door belew Fax . . -
0029-d3wl' 16 _ . . _
r
A ' DIVE I.OG lIOUSE 3 Blackamith sho.p,(large
1 - I.enoogli to aceomrnoilatelo)4i workmen,)
and Engine,. with one acre".of situate in` New
Troy, opposite the City ofpiltxbinsgli; there is a coal
bank near the property, and' WO good wells of ,wa
tnr on the property, with , about 30 bearing „apple
trees and a varioty'oEntiler'-fruit trees, grapes, 4c.
,There isrklao alnriaing lailhe'4o.l - 10 ; rented with the
?.propertY. This would the an excellent location for
u.small man.ufazlozy, tieing within - one mile.of the
City Court House. Apply on the premises -or of
Aaron }Trade,. ~: . H.R.9.1.1.PH W. HAHLTHAUSE;
Pc.3.30-Iwd". EiftlLWard.
DANCING SCHOOL.
BONNAFFON, having rented those:splendid
apartments well known as the Lafayette
Rooms, - latelyiacupied by . MidaniTlaique, respect-
Fully infOrms the citizens Of Pittsburgh and Allzghe: :
ny City, that he will open his School on Friday nem,
Nov. 6th; and continue every Friday and Saturday at
11. o'clock, P. M., for young Lad lea, at 6 for Masters.,
and at 8 for Gelitlenien, ' A. 13. hekng clrisi,roaa of va,'.
vying the amusements and imprOvemen,ts in his SAMoI
and' Parties, will teach (free of.extraeliargej to those
who havi had prior instructions and to those who
may continue two courses,, the?olkallarieeMiaPolka
Quadrille, which have never yet b,cptiMn ht
.or dano:
ed - this,eity. The sai , ). dance..o 'wilf kt:troduemi
at A. 11.'a second Ratty, 'corder that tins inay
judge of their grace'and beauty: Particulars
to the Parties will be given in future advektizentatiti.
No scholars admitted for irale a _quitter. Private;
classes of ,eight will.be taugilvderiikg the day::
TormAsssll.o pe;,quarter pt' 2Q X.emonE(.
. ! Viiii,tersiloring.the ]}oars of Toitipn will )n otr,lotly
prohibited—particulvly thp f.l.nly.lefaelyssictss. [Pa
rents in all eases ..exeßpt,ed.] . sict3.:l3l-
WO lots of iround on TuriiieLst.,-below Wiley.
Ttusy'ivill:be.suld AipaiatS' of fogektier, to. . suit
purchasers: Title iudilsisatiblo: Terms made known
by erillibg on Ow
. tiptvrktipr,,pif the pleiriiiui's.
octfaqi liiiawit : J. IVORY.
4#44 1 .6YR 3 and:ISTPStir4grPAERA
P.ittOlugh, Oct. )6,1846".'
A N eleetioU fgt. thir.ieen Direitora of thitibault. for
the ensuing-Tops . "i : will be - hetd ut - the
.Bankino
house, on .111iiirday,"fitel6th'prI 1 / 2 7oi'emllgr ABzt, :
- W. H. DENNY,
rQOTSGE.
gicattria* j= 4 4acki. or PErrsarnGu3
• ,
Pktober 10;7846
lc Election ,for tbistcolt Etirectors of; this Hank
will be held at the Banking House, on Itjonday
the-.l6th day or I%lny.enal4er next. - - •
H ,
7. 18*:11C : EC ::7 1 ": 9PPIMBL1S4
October
N 'Election, for thirteen Directors of this) ank
:a. for the enaning,year wild. helctat,theaanking
,Hotote on Monday to Sixteenth; shay hf-Vcvehaber
Plx L 30411 SIJYPP4 Casl ll r-r•
1 - 10PFEE..-‘4ooltags best Rid;Coffee; ' • .
10
iitteived RV/lra
- cobtit , " 1..: MARTIN , & -101ATIfi Oti Viroxid ' ,
ti. -,i'. ~.. ~,
\ t t
•• : • ..C9I4 2 ;eYED Dattlrrtv.: f.. ;•
ALLENitykariEß; EXCHANGE -swim',
•
cos:wza or TRIED AND aroma teams:
rmrssimi,auta. • •
Pittsburgh .
Philadelphiaßanks...pal
pal
Chester cOntity pa)
Delaware county..... par
Montiomery county.. par
Northumberland C 0... par
Col. Bank & Bridge Co par
Reading par
Lancaster par
Doylestown par
Easton
Bucks county Pax
Pottsville par .
Washington' ' I
Brownsville . '
York 1
Chambezaburg I
Gettysburg I' .
Middletown 1
Carlisle 1
Ilarrisburg 1
Ilarrisdale • 1
Lebanon ..• • •••• • • • • ••‘•
Lewistown 1 ,
Wyoming ...... ..1
\Vest Branch 1
Waynesburg • ......
Swainehannii - County'..l
Lehigh C0unty....... - ..;•;14
U. States Bank„ ga.
Relief Notes .
City and County; Scrip,.l
State Bk and branchea..l
State Scrip .l
u..ICI7I:IcYT..
I All Banks
Eastern Banks •. I
Wheeling . - I
Branches -• ' 1
Beck at Morgontown..:l,
X.S.RTLAWD." ;
Baltimore pas
Country
• ra.W TOILK. .
City Banks pas
Country Banks
NEW ENOLAILD.
All solvent banks' -
10sur itetteisrizsg;
AT BAYS & BROCKWAY'S; the thlloseinusz:,
tides • • •. •
20.0 z. Sulph. Quintnet - . 1 - •
"
" • - : •
•S lbs. Ooil Leinon;
I Cue Cub. 3lagnesia; • . ' .
6 Gross .Feb 3111114; Biackink;'
20 '(4 •(‘ Mat's;. '
2 Casks'Chloride Lime;
.. 1 Bbl. Blue Vitriol;
'l2O " - VuolviC.•Zioglcoo4k au wood]
.8 " Spr„ Turperitini.,•
No 2, Cogimercjal Row„ 1.18ii.410474V
Far BRle,.
OUR LOTS•s.Beendedby. Penn,X.Rerty and Oar - i •
ate., each lot 4aving.2.4 front, and extendOg
Amok Ts . vp of theri.nre. arid. the ; ••.•
Position of the whole properly is one of the tpeet'ad,
santageona in the city. For further - inknnalion a 1 •
ply to 24. SWARTZWRLDER, Fourth at.,
tiora•tf • ' • bet..Woodasul Smithfield- . •
IDEMPERANC.r. PUBLICATIONS,-:—Just received ••
from the American 'Temperance Union, Neuf
York, a supply of Temperance Almanacs f0r1847,
.
and a general assortment of their latest publications,
consisting-of :theitjournala for October, ana.YUutlui 7 ';
Advocalcs•for September and 'October, and Hymn
Books, &c., for sale at the New Yeitk retail prie.eif. - :.
Subicribers received for their publications. •
and 'Com. Merchant, ••
nov343t ' No: 12, St. Clair st: •
fty, g &e..—tuat , a
.
supply of the whitest- Lallf
tiarsel-r-retail. Also on hand, Plaster tit-Pans.
I.IIAII.IpS, Att. sod Cotxt Merchant, 1 -..
ecti.3.sf • • • No. 12, St: CRIS' .
. ..
..4.splendid Aisortetten ; :of New Biro .. A.:
it T . OOOIVS, 86 Foarth etreet:— ' -
,
4 - 1,,, Notes on the No - kb-Mew et' VAlles of the Id*
t tle
suippi,*w
W.J. A. Bridford. • ' ' '• •
•• Wiley fe'Potoom.alibnltyi NO:71, coinpriiid . "
ChChime!, a coblin Story and the Chriertmaer Carti ill:
.t....iriiii . ± o3l:,iquinj:iy 3 thO !author Of the Intl's
. •
Living ,
128. '
, _
Marietta, or the Body Seatchm
e, a tale of the Di,-
setting Room by J. H . Robinson': .'
Monsieur .intoino,No 3, by Madame GeorgeSapd.
New York Illustrated Magazine for.Novemlka:,
beautifully illustrated -with four steel plate engmv
legs.
Columbiirn Magazine *for Ploveinber iaiditeurb
engravings. •' • '- 4 , f
'Adverourevof a..Prencb Gentleinan,iritltplitmo
relit:an>, lylsgarine for November. •
tadyi''Book 130 ,
J..adies ;National 4 10 , / • 7
~;
lieidelbe _
rg, a new.ncrrel st.:4SM% Slew
p. .
tigene Sae% Novels, full , strpp . ly:- .
41. T. iL •iamos , do • • do : . . •
. Call at COOK'S Literary, Depot„.4s, Foartlesittst.
. •
gr 4 VLESI:IID yesortment Of Mabalmy ask Rome=
woortioolijnat &dialed., - These . *Amine*
well mad.e of, the latesETaterie end belettlateri-'
als and will be sold low tor saash;by F. BLUME.
1c0. 0 1,12 dooyshoxe - Oth•S
N.Z. Those; whq are in-want-of a good instruyient
are reopeetfully inyitod to,oall.and examine thesabe
fore pucchnsirtg elsewhere, as they cannot
led co.y,tri the country, and be sold lower
tt.an. any brought from the .east. , One elegant Rose
vrocid -Piano with•Ooleman , s Pateni attach:
xperit for.sale bjr F. B.LUME.
JONES'S Soap
,is a wonderful ; woriderful4o • i
For it makes,every pimple and freckis gio.t,t=
4 t .ma!tes.fiel!h that'44ltuPP% thar.Pt ender; .44iinNe-ARF 1 3 .
Tho'-the wind *Wits bleak s its it; Iv4Ea 'v. PeVn" -
bet
smooth; healthy and soft—,Clear ; Ip,yc)i nulWhitc,
As the snow on the hills of a.clex winter's night.
Jones's Soap is really andifilt - it perfect uluf never
failing, cure for any +kid &Benue, paliitti r dikolelred
Ft
skin!clear and healthy. flord).C.the iVriktr Engle
412 Chatham et.; and by the OliAgeniT.d? itsbargb,
W: Jackson, 89 Liberty street, °cod area.
Where also may be than
.gennine, Jop,es? celebrated ;
Coral Nair ResterativeSpaiiishrany:White—Amber
I Toothpaste, and hfoorisli HaiPffye". 2 • . ' oct3l
1:1110M TII.E - ;NEW OR&EANSEENTINEL.—A
12 garrote/al Story
himin Broadway., New' York, the long, delicious,
Silky hnicthat-wavedaiike wind blew, encitließead
and Bleecker'stree:fhifffeSioligedle iv. el in the jetty,.
chrsteis With theirlinOwP - forked fingers? • Did ,you .
ers,i boa r that y.oog stout Well, itis 2.41t/ye
tPciorfellow,Ae blasted hope of a rich liestorti
family!`will norgiir7ou the particulars, tar moi l
sorrowful;_-s, Office it to say,. that. at timer' his mina! •
weeders. Ed' ysta.know what giveasuch particu-!
lar charm to him that was once the "glass of fashion?
and - the ifiii - s i t irnfjtirm?". Jones'. Coral Hair Resta
ratiye. Chemical .Soap.-. Every
fitoaTay, at2"e?ellick, he' may be seen, walliiag,irito
oyr friend Idne; 4- albre,Bl2 Chatham st., to;getairitt
ttp'of fiN solih, r lfiat alobegiVi , s his hair that 'original
that hak tithed gray _and - thin. fie
siy's, that being afflicted with erliptions and 'a bad
akin, he would adVise those who Save a clear eons
*rim, free from 'ertiption.eg disfigurement, to-bay
-
a 'cake of the Italian-Chemical
,Soap. It ;cures the
very worst cases of eruption, and changes a dark,
yellow, or sonbeintskirc tea fine healthy dearness.
of 50 cents a - cake: -Bey this once, sad
look in.the glass. We sell 3 shilling bottles ofJonis ,
Cora] Hair Restorative, that you may try . it without
much expensq . for dollar is the usual, price paid for,
pretended 'zhturrest'orailves." We know if you once•
try it yea will have More, because feu, will readily
'find it all it is rePre4ented. .Therefore We charge
reasonable. It Wilt 'force the hair to grow, stay; its
failing of', e.ure. scruff, or dandruff.
It is sold in three.iizes,•37l*.so cents, and $1 per.
beatlp,•by the proprietor, 82 Chatham st.,liew.,Xerk,
and 4 4.A.cgsoN , s Patent•bledical Warehense, 13%
liberty st., laid of Wood, - Pittshargh. toct3 l • •
110 .
A.17.1.101.ES A.LE and retail dealer in TS4ltc,.
Sou; ii,rlSqgara;NO. 25, Filth . vt:,bettreitu
Wood mill Market - ate., Pittabergh.` feet24-1y:„. -
/MWEN GLADDON , S Weruletinga in , the 'Jae' of :
Wight; by Old Humphrey.
ANNALS'. of, the Poor; .eontaining "The Dairy. :
maws Daughter," '"Young Cotteiierp . ,
THOUGHTS and Counsels for thelrepepitelkii ay
the Rev. J.M. Olmstead.P . dr Bale by
Elaacrri. ti ENGLISH,
Marketet, bet. 3,1 and , 4th eta.,
oct 31
ACR.F.D PHILOSOPHY OP THE. SPASONSt
lustrittiog the , pet,fitotions of God IR the phenont
etra of Hie:soar; ettii tattoo of the year ttaxtpolabg
a.vplume, now comttleto anti for tole .- • # j;
imuorr
7 . #INGAGIIMA to Robert Carts,.
b!"!” 1 / 1 3 , 41 a 41 k.t.1. 4 "
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State Ble. and Pranches.l
Cincinnati Banks
1
Circlevillc4Lawrenco)..l
Columbus Bank 1
Xenia 1
Massillon
Sandusky .... • .• i ... 1
Heauga
N o . 3l Wilk • !.,,aOA ‘,.. RAJ.. •: •
Hos 'Llablom: • ...
Wooster ••:Iwa • • • 1
itaritttajeANAl ; •
CkillinnaitagasA t sia4.
leveltimris • IcKtr •
Scion'. ....... 1'
taamter 8 •-••-•
Hamilton " •
n 45:7
Urbana-
Granville • . ••••45
!motors.
bte Bk and Brazicheit4o.,
Bank 'or Illinois 70
;:• • MI9IIIIOAIT. ~-! -
River
Insurance Company , . v. 51
Stale Bank , Ils*.
Oakland Co ahly
rub and Mcch bank:lo
St:Clair 7+5
in'etbionr.
- Jiank
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tiintax rxcaiLifor
Ow. York....
I$
tiatimi.te " . •
'YALtrr •OF COBS.
Amer..Gold..(prerii) ! •
81d ; 4o: I •
r - - 500 . .` •
Soviereigno... , ..... $4 r
Fredefickdors 47.84 .
Ten Thaler's, 84
Ten Guilders.. ...... 3 90
Lonisd ...... 4,2.5
Napoleons. ' $,lO
Doubloon, Spanish 16 %,
Do. Patriot 16 50,
Duoatsr 215.
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