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4004 end so peremptory in the utterance
--Doris opinions,Abat be was ?erpetually ei
lbw giving or raking offence.
'Oive and take' is one of my favorite
emedeeto . Zit I ern no advocate for giving
virstotb, or taking it under any circumstan
di. CortLiteil 'it i vniinltlist - lie ditir4. hod
tacitisru'a 'tow 11111 e -race with 'sr;
k. ''''l It: 4 He ikllicleil me as his
' ' .;itititiapiteideitin d4oa p ostulatedL
ilas' fart; and I wat.competl;
oro , -41IIIKT.tilki Otte) P 104 ,1 .4Fae..re'7!
~ ff k rlidiPiT to A•f 4. geil@rate" rktrattil;
.4. i M'A;O-41.ekeli 1 h 0 . rArY lo°l-1. ol ' ii pioL , ol - . 1
„,,,,,. qtcrgblging, with the f.gatly who,
;that , 'bladed' oi, not loaded, it.' ,
otol asp I gnitiutely,ex andn 1 1
alkffif - binhee 1414 Weectim be used 'hy the
, . , g nnwevanit VIAL some:deco} ,
lai Is procu r ed +t pair 4-4144 sane maker,
- 40 44e 1 # lbelicazaillife my,
Icy_,inintch roamers: and
' , rein& i l'Allied forth:
441104th -The other
e ef!hiohl had project.
mtingt heart and trem, ,
!eci the weapons which
. rne, for those already
leisured; and the corn.
,ir positions;, I look.
sing but. the noise of
eyes, as I always do
tire-arms. and when
Captain s was sprawling on his back with
itilkitgle-coyeepkwith blood. - .
401,11101inotatiktmt blood, however, nor
wits ig.,the blows neatly human being:it 'had.
WWI Mteltted Aty • ma. from a poulterer;
wettthoprgit ,the; -bladder in which it had
bspernitecevederistiti which had been insert—
edositheefnitele t theti pistol, coming with
faettelerinst theiesed of Captain Slipalop, -
had mused him to fall on his back, :Ind
thslesgh,•-erben prostrate, sanguinary din
eiewidnederhim believe himself half dead
ysitoqtreal,fiarm 'been done, and the
- a wl opponent, who - sknelt over him,
ittleasairvesolving that he would fly the
Ncontry seirma is the vhel spark was ex - -
thug, soon haw the captain rise-and shake
'Newel& Aechsring. elm . , • though covered
with :bleind.'he• was; , strange to say in , a
whohrldo,l, Thera• had evidently been a
ingsziwastiwtd_ Grin them! They were
-500iiihritautiV friends, and both ungrestrdi
%Owed vengeance against the scoundrel,
liebeeererite might •be who had saved one
.' 4 41140014: albeit . lives: •
Woe .es h heard the turn which the
mien wistaking, I slunk away, and
Ajaestetzfes thy:heels: suspicion had already
IC:rstanin9l:ne. tusilny abrupt departure
rod proof positive of my delin
4146estse., t would not go. 1 got se—
imiittierse-Apped hefitre 1 could pte-
ILIal-Hillulty4ibar=Catoline to interfere in my
tidal% and even when-she did become my
thitopitm, the over Whetreed , me with con
temptuous abase. mid for a long time reti
riarettley hameany thing but agreeable.*
Miareiltane'fidlowsi some men with as
telishipq* petieverance, and I have not
Otiathillefkroy - detail of Secondary tr.iu •
teft Dorchester shortly after
ithailuolloti 'Which I have narrated; my wife
Amt. I had rendered myself -the
31101.111144stinek of -the - neighborhood; and
Alweditartl , timing the law - cir the house, we
awasturtatto.every pretty villa in the New
IPkilskih4'.'llly amiable Caroline was fond of
psehtieft' ved-•beving Sirmed an intimacy
Wlthillitleinakedini of the Yacht Club, who
ftriksillisillilla frequently opportunities foe
:hslieulalrice of her taste. I nev,r join
ed -tim lons sot that 1 sin sea-sick, but
therieseMaio bellOynUeh danger in Iday
thiiiis ships, with ema lrr> on the
suet vast deep- I th 'ereierlF**,4o a' - amble
lioldesel3 - thp o Ogh the tibsdlaiMehirequen
ted-pathse the' New Fore sit slid there I]
olieWfilfst*ith an adventure which nearly'
Fri me .ti. death.
= • .
• of a dark and glorny thick
et t_4l.` 41s, icatee. suddenly open three
101111604MattgzIttelis'witto eyed Me auspi
aidee*Ol 'then; asked- me the nearest
ittellthsOptoe.- believe I tretobled
head LO toot, while I gave a civil but
ational - ieettherea,reply. They alloived
andoisen, thotigh they ~ , b ad
, *WOO on most .friendly 2
1110&14111411Vialtermik. they spoke loudly'.
andoekh-Oheatent jestures, and tine of
them, j0.114y bortori quitted his corripani
eee;,ood Coaling to my' _side ,tiis most
11,11Wquiteliiiire that 1 am addressing
1101111000116.1 • •
141.14,803r1P1y 4 1 bat 1 thought my last
erhite' he, continued, 'that-one
ief t e k tiridgpedy A ccustomed to thensages
eirt4Oihstat aortic y, `not- sufFer me. to
wstitlaritftima the most important aecar
eirerei torlife - . .
ilrimlilikadsFriendship:inita.gen etiat l
acceptiationoknattJ bit kindled-in ar,hotir.
het-hlrAhatiamse in Which 1 mvpri traclhe:
siassitiehrudi - and 1 feel '
scan, • cro
4111,11 assist .me; nay, .you
1.4ae11, a joerg ihrentb; end-thought .1
biliacikatewfiermy..vehemence,' he ear
ded, 'ham aidespepter is.in
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veurrer4ekr-i- _ :
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:1 - - 7 rintlerrian!'
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14 isi es, Sir, Gentlemin Do yoU, presilmq
:Sito .5u1t.,p,..-.l!"..thf.tt..hati.-het inaera,•anything,
else I should-. have .4606-1-him the honor
end:Pleasure of aCcePtiUg . 'hiSl 'chilli:3oo :
Ars,,,y t orr : Aicit 4istitirei Sir, tfriat-1.4 1 1e - 49c4: 15 :'
all4llol4limitti ;OA tits y:8 .01ilt).. wear
that costume? --: . . • . ..,,
r .' 'I beg yOrir pardon 'I murmured.
'Pardon , Str!-400irr . f that is,- nevey'un.:,
~ ~ • ..
less you mediae - to my proposal.' . .:.
..A401,10 --name it!' ' •
. • • That , terniernati ' has brought his second
i "tr hirii,: hone ,hati disappointed me, you
t l'.st -take his-place!' . • : - ' '
.• 4 ltnke?his;Filaeer :
'Yes=-allreatry said that you mast
•d,> ein, and - 1 hear - of fiq feft4sta.. Are grin
well 4(frpalcifetr with this, part of the foi - -7
r "Y--.-Iz--es,':t-stalikinqroa.. : .
'Are ; we
: hear any, road at present?'
'-Not very far!' • - : : '
'Then' leeiliis to 'an unfrequented spot,
where e ver the report of a: pistol would, be
unheard. Do : you refuse?' crientry'ne'W
!livid firriouoy. :
'Olt dear no, I answered; and more. dead'
than, alive 1 led the way. He gave a sig- :
nadte his:opponent, when his second fol
lowed us. I silently led them to a very
remote sequestered ' spot, And intimated
that , 1 had obeyed orders, merely by
standing stock still.
!Are you" - eertaiit
: that we are not likely
to be interrup ted here?'
'Quite,' I r ep li e d.
tther.. here we will remain until the oth
ers join us.' : If:: ':
They.,soon Came up, and then the Gen
tlerrian in the blue jacket, whose face and
manners were even rougher than his dress,
r li .•loVell, you Sir, are you cock sure no
'body will come upon us?'
'Certain, Sir,' I replied.
'This is a very out of the way place, is
it.?' said his second.:
'Uncommonly so, I answered._
'They can'teven hear the ` pop of a i is•
tol. , hey, from the road?' inquired My
'lmpossible,' I. respond ed.
'Then,''. ' continued he, you chicken
heartedson of a Tom Tit, give us yoar
watch and your money, or we'll blow y.ur
They all vociferously surrounded me.
taking from me every farthine 1 possessed,
my watch and seals; and a valuable gnarl
chain, (what a misnomer!) a diamond ring,
I a tin quoise pin, my coat and waistcoat,
and my hat. They then wishe.l me a gond
'morning; my Friend, the moment rny
back was turned, gave me a violent kick,
and as . I ran as fast as my legs could 'tatty
me throog v ll t tilt...host_ 1.he.a.13 4-6. 1„,..!.
,---- se rf' ti. h e breeze.
DAILY MORNING POST.
PIIILLIPEI MIL U. /24:41T11.11.1/1TOR3 AlqD PHOYIIII6TI.IIIII.
WE NESUAY, OCTOBER 5, 1842
See First Page.
something for Farmers.
'There are three itimes as -many persons.
etnpinyed in agriculture in the United S:otes
as there are in all Other employments in ,the
aggregate. And notwithstanding this, their
intereits are forgotten by legislators in their
zeal to prets laws fur the exeusiye benefit -.
of Merck-tilts, Manufacturers, Capitalists
47c. which lows, in nine rtases out of ten, art,
injurious if not destruc ive of the interests
Of the hard fisted agriculturist.
The following, from the census of 1840;
shows 11. e number of persons employed in
the different divisions of labor:—
Manufacturing and wading 791.739
:igation of the ocean
N avigation of canals and.l.,kes
and rivers 32.976
Learned profesaimta and Pngineers 63,255
:Louis tglik,u•holi. we noticed a few.
days.since-nshaving attempted to rob the
ISfew,Yotk Custom House, has been found
,guilly:Ark!littr,g; S., DiAiirt. Court, says, the
fot first stealing silk go4s .
friiru.the;oases, oniboarti the ship Oneida,
on tbe. Voyage from Havre 'to
~Ne w YOrk,
.and then nttemping to steal the glols frotn
the Castnin Itiuse, in order to avoid paying
the duties. lie was one of the crew of the
Oneida. die was , caught in the act of
. tint- .
'ting . .the.gontis out of the back o intlow of
the-71 3 tibliOStore.' lid has been committed
see' LNew York Standard says that an
ether of, thelild,zd fighting gentry, we are
,told,,t:tienetteiiiti the British Queen. his
name is iliStrnny Broomr," and it will be
beep In eye -upon him. for flail
his rtstinti`Owiciett a aozen 'the
sport; of thlgting," in B!trs Late in ',Lim
415*°,..c ti4ing 1 . 0 w
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• *-', -'d ~ "-G ' : Jury ' ecw
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Yor b -,,,-::., h
„,..,,,, 11 ~...-;lnbiFut a"
ga i r 77,-, 1 : . , ''' .. t- , : ts, ' - . ",i' , .; feoealino
t he .. witse .itrb! 'id6:°'lif'*giirldg dile'
ceiving—a,Abibnemistranikite-irai - heti- ttr,
bail i n tligectf,,..ttlanslyiker, vi i rhiollit , ,101,10. i n,
and was discharged rt'i;szt Cetitncly.
A p erson Praiii:- --. 4o;iiraeLb6-' , ,
fore theGrand4urro give 'Olden a il in the
matter ot .the- Webb ' andvklartshaft'doel ,
l' et.° o` l : 4': 4 4 wilf 04101itloes . pot la htm ,
en the groottil: that to answer .Wou'lithave
a tendency to degrade bitrt iir the estima- i
tioq,cifiiii in inOrable -men. - The Court de
cided that h s was bound tp, answer , - but
Phelpastebbornly refused to tlo so, and he
We coinmitted to prison fn .. tarr - days:for
the. alleg4 conteinpt.' C. F.' Daniels; an
assistant editor Ast,the Courier & Enquirer.
wtse a Witt:seas in - the
. satnecisse„ . and at
first. 'appeared as deterrnined'Vs'Plielps 'in
refusing to answer questions propounded
to him,. but after isncl,;irs landing Ant he
w.guld ba,seilt to "limbo" if he persisted in
his conitini'acioiss conduct, he answered all
questions dila would not implicate himself.
'' Webb who attempted to murder Mar—
shall with the piitol, will n sw, it seems,
have to take his chance with,the-pugilists
who participated in the murder of McCoy
at the lata prize fight. Both patties are
alike guilty, and if the laws are impartially
administered tlterewill be but little dif
ference in the punishment m....ted out to
the hully in ruffles and the bully in rags.
The appointment of this gentiemin
thu office of first Assistant : Pdst Master
General, will insure to tha Department a
ennipetent, honest and efficient officer, and
give_ ahsas3u - ance to the public that so far
as his efr,rts can reach, the business of ev
ery branch of the department will he f
Mr. B. comes from among the sterling
democrats of Ohio, - where he has long oc
cupied an important'fiosition in political af
fairs. He established and conducted for
Several years', '!'enlumbus Sentinel,'
the leading'ilem,acratic pper f Ohio, and
,Was subsequently -elected Auditor of
State, by a dem ipratic L-.gislature. Ilis
present appointrnent. will be highly gratify
'ing t tit ise who,kno v his worth, and can..
appreciate the advantages the public will
derive f.om his eminent abilities to
charge the duties confided to him.
The Rev. Dr. Prsz, an eminent clergy
man of New York is at piesent on a visit
_ lorsla • ~ 4 701.9 r
says, in a Fetter irs a frien J. "I foleekl'a
vorably impressed as I had always been to
wards Ireland. I never th night that what
is fancy in her poetry, would be so re•
aliz' ea in life. The people, whole souled
and generoos—the cle , i gv, !earned and tal
ented—the climate, exquisitely delicious at
this' season —every thing in a word, per.
fectly to my taste and disposition."
p Burnt at . sea t
On the,3oth. of August the brig Impulse
on her voyage from WAltiMore to Kingston.
Jamaica, fell in with the ship St Louis. of
a nd from Bdlstod. for Nev Orleans. On fire.
and - took from her the captain, crew end
passengers, twenty-four in number. So r rao.
id was theprogeess of the: flames,. -that be
Tote , thoae on board the Liipulse had lost
sight (if the St. Louis she had buraed to the
- The 'fire was discovered in the ladies' cab
in about seven o'clock in the evening of the
of the'29th. The vessel hid therefore been
on fire all night ani part of the neXt day.
before she was fallen in with by the Im•
pule;" What a night of horror that must
The ship Impulse cast away.—Faur (la . ! a
after the burning of the St. LOttia, : . the Im
pulse was east away on.the gavntuslePf,
and vessel and cart) were total loss. All
nn board were saved and arrived at Turk's
The barque Talent was also lust.
The 'Era" of the 231, enntains a table
furnished by Mr.Sirnps,m,the Comptroller,
which inlicates that the scrip issued by
that city, is becoming more valuable than
it was a short time since.
The St. Louis Mound city says that the
Smelting ofCopper Ore has been reduced
to a regular business -at Minaral
At one Furnace, ibro hundred peunns are
produced (MIT The ore yields froni 13
to 18 Pm'. cent. Three furnaces are in op
The Lead hosiness is improving in Sti ,
Te!oi4. On...the 23(1 , i,eales :were made
42,511 for cash
Getting seer el afro** --roe Preettehroniele of
Ile 30*iovr2":"nittelfd of 'leveret ti . ntritee. yes
pr rut 4-tise - stue.' ,,-- Pret; What iiilite mate& '
114,4hiteoixo 'R' *ow s;•kkt•orekittlaeeo*
*Lte4IM „ MOO 4040,2414:M-r4
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John A. Brymo.
St- Logic Scrip.
A t- a bold p
me* , 'T ufact*ctfOg state. Tl`
Piave a rea y severals eep in the northern
started some" (!rroPieirMeti doing a
tolerably fair businew aodgmlearn y
the Ottawa "Free Trideriti, that a Alitteil
.Ftictory has been established ty,.flaideef:
wii#ll4,,llaitot Oinks. will t ***lL
°Ftheir',loe4 wives - and Childria, l ?ative
every vestige of "herd times" from
Decidedly - Good:— The New ' York A: 7
nrrilcan Very affectionatly exhorts laboring I
men to•remove to the ,Pountrit "'svhere the
means of living are always attainable," be•
fare ilte rivers are, closed with ice. To this,
Bryant replies—We think that the laher
ing men miy safely stay e few weeks long
er. The livers will not close before the
first of November, and there happens to
be an election about the' begmning of that
month, in which , they will give their voles
for the deinocratic candidates.
The N. Y. Aurora asks ..what.the
in a democratiC Whig?" Who 'can tell?
A man named Bardsafl , about to Pub.,
lish a work 'entitled A 'History of the Loco
Focos." We will get a copy, so that we
may while away our leisure hours in count•
ing the lies.
Ominous —When Corwin 111 a candida'e of the
feds or Cl!tio, commenced speaicing at the "Virgin
Heifer" Convention at D ayton, a heavy shower of
rain c ime on and couyelled his-auditors to fly to
all quarters fir shelter. This was hard .enough,
bat is nothing to the shower that Corwinrand his
party will have to encounter nest Tucaday—tlre
torrents of democracy Oat will riur down 01
whiggery on that d ty, will swe pp parr Cormi 4
from the Evecutiv,i Chair, and :purify - the, tate
of the traitors who et the late extra sessifin, to
gratify iheir party feelings, outraged the first
principles of a republican — government.. Next
Tuesday the traitors will secure their reward.
Quite Probibte .—The Advocate says that the
nu•nber present at the Day'on Co ivention.was es•
limited .ut "one hu e d ilrrusand." _ -
Almost every mail brings us some fresh
rumors of important changes at Washing
ton. The last comes by the N. V. Tri—
bune, which states that the Hon. Watt•-r
Forward was to leave the Treasury..
the Ist inst., to make way for Mr. CuSiting.
A Van Mom to Prieoner•
'Mr. sarrita I Cn.,nd!er, who was sent to Van
Aiemen's law', for the part he took in the Canadi-
beirianaker by trade, fifty rears nld, and has a wife,
six sons ani five lough ere. Ws native place is
Hartford county, Conn , but he setiled near Chip
pewa, in Canada, ir. Ism Ile served as a Colo•
nel in the.revo l t of 1' 4 37-8, was taken at the
Short II in, tried at Niagara, sentenced to . death,
bu' repri ved by 1mr..1 Durham, and sent off with
John G. Parker, Sr. others, via Qatbec and Eng.
land, to the Hand from which, he has so happi..
Who as David Duff?
The workingmen have a person of this name on
their ticket and they say he resides in Ohio town'
ship, Th 7 Gazette says that there is nn p ersen of
the name of David DAT living in that to a nazi
and supposes that the workirstnen intended the
nominal inn tor Mr. Hugh Duff, and adds that if
its surmise is correct, Mr. Hugh Duff declines be
ing s candidate. This is the fourth declination
from the workingman's tickot—the can•lidatea as
well as the people at large;'do not appear to plate
much confidence in a party that has no princiAt.s
for the"public eve."
Nearly all those who Kati any rr
the Prize Fight have bee:n arrested.
la' We believe that a kind word at 1
proper time and place spoken, migit have
prevented every suicide that -,etter,knok_
place since old Adam lost his charatier in
the Garden of E leo.--CCin. Sun. •
Did yin say all that yonrself, - Grseeill
John Tyler has turned out an unmitiga
ted traitor and reekless . hypoctitn.—.N. Y.
54 he has. }le has turned out Jona
Editerslolkingtup:r 7 The editor of th e
Hempstead 'lnquirer has been made a cor
poral in-the militia. He ha's introduced a
reform tnto his corps, and forms a line by
making them toe up the rails of the rail
YELt,ow FEVER - -The following is the
report of the Charity Hospital, dining the
last two days:
Admissions, 32, of which tl7 yellow fe
Matched to irome.-Over the Beacon Course.
The owners and friends of Ripton: es•ori:l be
men by the following matebee ; arb onvitsiling to
give 1p the* favorite; thee atom swine to' the lair..
Ripon wesovidentty out of fit''' . in 1141114 rare;
Ant - bad Ilia coalition been 'tin 1 4: d
whetholo The** senotsi h . :ye-been dillterii :
isio, week*: from fent.
2Rtis-- , *iiipton":ya .•Confitesiee!--.220(H) ,500
is. ft.,.-tare mite beats in banters. -
21 Itsittels - to come of OA. 2401-41440n' re
'Amerietis*-111,1102'a side h. it--two mile heftte
; 411 04 1 .t . etti -enrciii off Nov. 4111-4itipttmi-Irs.
!Anterjßo ROO.* side b.11.--tittee aide heals
• - '14, 4 7400 , -- - Aktosile 4 44 4l4 bms,teity
egsletweer . rowatfos
- , -
Yettsfidit 1 4 6 2 4 4 1 4
NEW ORLEANs, Sept, 20
g t id
itill i rnlF l ll. • .77" . " 1 =-" ---- ' 7- •-' -'
i the Duke of Hamilton sad Brandon, Lord
1 ! Lieutenant of the county orLanard, and ad
.Edinbattly,Ati?ltittitil:Mty - „, itocteitrAi Iti
Per*, th rice tUllayirtonih Castle, the seat
of the-filaxquie,.4,#!ea4alhatte••• - whent a
real Highland reception- reeeption, , , sultitett - them: - --
froM four,to„ 6- Ire 1104redinighlanders 40-
I . ,eoried:them in full -comonte;- withipibrimile
blowing ; , and_ the nebility of land-in the
rear. , , : N. Y. soli-.
f twin preached
a sermon in Nauvoo. . , InAuPPlicatiiig
itraoi) lia ye. mercy , upon all
fuoliand -idiots, and particularly uPoll The
vembers of lm Town Commit . of Nauvo‘o!'
In , speaking of the late unfortunate en
counter between Mr. Pope .arid
the Lnuisviile Gazettcheitys;--
hile it says. it eiith'hidds
df ihOOatasttophe,' the JoUrnai gives
that linp irtiint;to ' produce-'prejudice
against .Q.Odfrey 1$014! ; • and enlist sympa
thy against hie!, should the wound . of
Bliss:: .prove:. rip.irtal.. It says: that 'Ni.
Pope hunted hint through the streets; un
til they 'rnetin front. of Washingtoe• Hall,
where some words' pass d, and Mr.. Bliss
was shot down with a pistol,' but. saga not
a word of Mr. Bliss's pistol. And 'yet the
Journal says: 'As we tern o k d lief. rt we
have not a word to say a'.ou; the details of
We shall not dWell on iii.: p duful sub,
ject; and yet:me cannot soppy ss t h e in
dignation we felt on reading the incendiary
remarks of the. Journal. We' hope - they
will be properly appreciated•and Ell short
of their infamous purposes.
No Mercy. for Bachelors!
The ladies of Boston have held a Hort'.
cultural festival lately, and as usual the
bachelnrs got an unmerciful toasting: Here
are three of them:
The Bachelor's Button—as a flo ver,
simple; as an emb'em, dangerous. 'Bach
elor's Buttons' can n--ver be •Lady's de-
Bachelors—a tribe of plants which OCCU
py.mUch garden room, and add nothing to,
the,btriament ~the parterre.
Wives—The apple of the eye to marri-d
mer.; Sour gliape's to old. bachelors; may
the ladies all consent to be paired•
flurkwhea( i. 4 going to be 'plettly title]
all. Hurrah for the SlapjacAs.
Sripe.io owe, in% of Ul.: V , E•lnul ri••• Coin onnv gill
Tv held ni Ilie En2ine Itow.e.nn Ilia evenin7, Weelnealiny.
at 7 n'einek P.M. Poorton lat tenilnn..e is en rnestly re
qtte.tvd as 101:1neeo of inspostilmve 'Will he Inid befoee Ire
theetin.:. By order JOHN D. GALLAGHER jr.,
Oct 5 SeCy.
• Tenni A
• varlet v of Pil sins ..211 - . wlfl
hold the initowing meetings this wee% commencing carat
Wen iif y 3 .l B s , evening. earlier of Ith and Smithfield sts•
'Millar:Hilly evening, Sligo Seim& llnu.e.
Pridnv evening. Lad tre ineel log In i lif• flail.
Satnrday eve? iae Sewell Sift market t., I.lAe.
A inOrtirv! Will Ite!d no Et:o.lmill afternoon 24.
o'.tnrk in Ow - Seiglitmrliond oft 'roll - ewe on time 4111
street road• Bit order of Ex'Com..
S rigKIFFS SALE
WILL he 80111 rat Bauman's Commercial Auction
Conn, No 110 Wood street. on Thursday the 6th
lost at 10 o'clock A. M, , by order of n Weaver, Sheriff'.
A little audit:tens:cm assortment of rifisbergh mania.
r s cosred articles, tonsrsi ing or
dnz Devonshire Shovels, _
41 " Bllt and btight Hay 10-lts,
3 " Steel hoes,
31 " L fig handle Manure Forks,
6 " Short - do 40, do
2 " Aeer'd do 4n do . •
44 " Steel Shovels short handles
2 t &inlet not handled .
" SteerStlt " ' "
3 " Spade;
la r. arsotortnt ant-, of Chopoing, Hind Broad ,
Ship bit Aar:smith and without h in- .
(Hes. i4 xe handles. Chisels, Howling :Knives—
ivy& lots refflonittrel. A lot of Iron, Kith a va-,
ilea , of oi her articles
DI/lICY. will he sold nn Priday 144.14 h
Info,. at 2 reelciek P. M. Also, a mord" new brass
mounted hurtles,. B. GUTHRIE.
ort 5 A Iterr.
vICE NOTICE Mat thy snhceriher has applied to The
Court of eolnrntin Pleas a Al l y Connty - for
the benefit of the Insolvent Laves of thiss t'om•nnntveaah;
and that Bald entlrt il:15 ' , pointed the f.airth Mondae of
'f)ctriber next for the hearinr. of said netlilneer and his
creltitois;at the court itoree In the rev of I'lliebizrgh
. IttliA PEDF:N. Coal•dlreer.
Oct. 5. 1i142-3.*' Bast. Deer township,
STRAY COW.,—S.traved away from the se
sotirl' , er,
resldingon T.ifierty street. in. the 6th Wand. Pills.
harsh. a eery dirk hrowh. or ./3/..4901c CO ff. „She Is a
yonnu fresh Milker. about two or I lime yeacs old. is il
short tall. wl. he belly. and :eryne white Ow hee.fnee—noff :
small crannied barns no other marks now .retolletted.
Whoever will return tier, or .live intimation where ehe
may he fonud, will he ilhernitY rewarded by applmatton
nt the office o t*, the wttorntos Poo." and all expenses
. 001:1111 AN. Oct 5.-31
SUARG hit& N. n. Snizar,
40 bias Plantation Molasses,
50 Sugay House
J. C. 4- A. Gottnos.
100 tilt ;Is Cotrer
;TRAY rr yter.f.titra 0.4 trim • he seiveriber nit the
1.3301 or flepternhet% n'ttlitAle TN?* with; w !lite
b ac k. I nez hau t e e lib linte In rich, ebatti y,e4 a obi-
Whoever will . ride infoimation whine site ii ;belt be
7fOE THREAD. —Ju.t received Nn.l.s.Velintv.
4.7 A 2.3.13 and 5, h. , 11f bleaCh and line etn.lni,"threads.
together with a complete aerrtinent' or P)ndlyten.
P P. A large' assortment of brnahrs alwayion band.
,111 . EORGE W. LA VIVO. 41 haw. °dire
NA - Nn. 54 Fifth street near - tiliTheelieaiktaborth.
` .4 sep 37-1 f
tvipsyr,_.:2oo tisk No. 41711 4 f r'e t Z at t ,
polo by 3 X II. 41,115,i "reet
N . Tv Corner of Wow
t , t
TBR propriethth Or the Shii,
and the piteous or Of e i apers,
and well chosen anottim" i iii, r •
R. A. BAUS110:,
For !In IP IT
..1..G• 4 .:(3.(111' DO.N.
OF 'EVERY retlh
4fit% of ladle.
fall Mobs of ti
Stage, St eamboat, and
_Ca+o A 44
Printed on the shortest noticeass
respectfully ask the pattottrl
the puhtic 41 general in Ills Int o ,
Oittst.ureh t Sep% 39, 1842.
WILLIAM ELDER, Alton,
Itnl!dings, !n th
c ourt House, DTI Coml. streti.
169, corner of Liberty
nrir R (? T returaaFM
411.•• eit Tzens oflittzt,wo,.,„a
d nar y 100 yOTIZIZP Ile 1.:1111(leili101,
01 II 10 merit a eon , isexe l n n 0 . ft .,
Apin. , ..l 10 lIIi.IOIIOC ure ;le trlep j,N
,uperwr to 0111 I o f
and that i'MA.4lli;i I 4:i tiCt seer!! 11
The sAlhi - riber havi,v4a , sva ) “ o
sive clock of I In we Manniulu rtd
e9le, n Con n wou A nag irut m :,.
of Sitrgeong, Dentisii , and nru;;lssi,'
Hard SV:I C to
Rank“ rs. "r3:lor,a,
of l'nit c, kc.
AIA it i Ili= 1, , ;111 i•hnire(F„i
ll~ecu-h 116111i14e. •01., drqr,t
" n o , ver
P',4•%%111 (1-. jo'd,lng done in a otlkva
J. C.. by 11•, , ,lb! sole:l,l'w
er wrtli linving in y
men, lir); es to innrii
14'anlyd'mine li a , 2nori
none nerd :11,111% 111 1 hi. 1,1 w. 4
nFSI la' PII
li rill or Hampton
Dry Gooch 611,1.1 P, in the hunw
i n ,,,nion. k I Whi re Thep
few da vd a 11P ‘V sloe!: of 1":01 3.1
reFpertfull V in OW I heir 0 , 11
Pitts!Airgli, to nk
FOR sA/,F.,_A con 4 ri.,ortok•
10 12, 8 ,1 10 14 t\ ItirinarSO
irmity. While n4l n v .rir:y
ensio.l crs. F.r s:de Sri aCr(1111711 .
BI IG.9Dh: ORDERS.—No,veI
1:-11,1 el A .1., lilr the ii
i-t Brls ode. 15111 l'Prtv)l
held at the 11.111,C of J.1101,+ Artn.ll 7 .
lel) Pit , shur2h, nn Frid:n , !hp
at 10 WI leek, %.Pl. At auri of AP
the 14711 i ,111111
nt 3 o'clock NI .--,hrn an t when
luny st.estl. Co.'s VI VI and
han Wlli cnnslituletheCourl. if er.
present tarty lutes hots. By Pederl
gel; 27- td MeKOlll,
MECII NICS' Indcpendent
Pkiladelpkia and Baltiam
,Merchandise to and. from IWO.
and Penn*ylcania Canals.
Cospoarsii si 4 nic - rLir 9Y SOLD
The yr of this Line cnomskaf
Cats, Aisstat Roofs, and New flee cum tnaoded try sober nod experleur
Merchnotlity this Lute are
Goods Atipriesi as citenn. and with
by Any other Line. Otte foal ktiq •
• foot of IV itiosv to reel Catl nrrian ot
of n Steals, Goal, which is kept n r •
The Proprietors will ,live their
respectfully invite Western lierch
calf, rts they will find it ottvit to lid
Alt goods ron.dined /Fr !Waif .
Wise or Vla Deia we re nne Barman
ednt their w nrehou,r Cool of MHO
mnpre !Clods no he p
VOW' 11110 rile ,a'! witlinut adlit •
WILLIA.II 1 Co,
cow ' , Woad In llniidnyulluq
11. L P \TT ERSO
1 6.71011111v0nn r 2 I.) Pal 61itlt
;AMES DICKEY k Caoli
101L51.•N 4. Kisen, strrtl •
on the D,d,wdre...d
insi.:rn E. ELindi. l3ll,,
It. L. PATTERSON If 5'1111.1,
J gsse. PATTERSON, .1. ,1, u 4 o wn.
II clef In intornnant6
Irliq TYE . PUBLIC, aid re . •
.4. - '' - : ,- 0/iirdes of this cit , F- 11,
prartfie of Medicine. I Ilipi ill.
,Ints Wien to the lot of to Cow se
S 0 isimiat or la rze a , linr••• id • 4 ' ir''
owls toff , ireen fur ill 1.1,i SO or 411'
The experience Mllial Inns past
fact or My having ',ern Inc ire,:je.
br._ll. A. Mi 'lsom ill I lie ro arilLe 4
period of five years) enald,is sit
merits of Il.f. salt.
o kto eo.,venieni. an efficient. eel I
three 011..1 hal for Ihe la4l five , "
Motictsre of chronic chara,e-, o r le g'
01' females in pan leWar, I have I
all other ntedisines.
bike every Miter file•lir live. this
31 mires, bto in illy ha nil: I hers ha'
meat and more sattslari Inn in tz
I one remedy than of ail other:SO
quite aslOli.llOic M..
If my patient required a sal , a
I. ro e or after ple,urolon, the
the thin; I wanted.
if n .Ivspeorie acid enndlinn of r
with eostiven 5. nr InartTioy en
1 - liseavis al my patient the pills
wanted • -
' If It 'leafed a cave re g'
Wthvon's pitta were j to I he Ire i
• If polOifrrion. headache. find
- Ilifficolties, igite:oo! a disoirta
and seers;lorit ayilea.s, seamed Pl.
fir life: the Wition's pills were.lo
Tina,. Withallt ITAI,ZCI In the
happen to wear at 1;1 time I oi.
"lent., partieular lndicarions 01 .
' at "aO. 1004, promptly and cle
Wilsost's pills. ~ ~
' 1 . 11.1 so great a numbs ( o ' ' 1 ,
parent ly,nPoovile ones, in Wit'
shritild he tilted more readtlY hr
rertnedy. may at il nrt seem Was! .
wily it In so is as clear to my to
7 a n:tuid :::L:.:44:_p:fiw:71140174:0::::)::11rdorile4,,01:::-:r
0"11,100',MlossId heentee thirsty le."
causes 31114 yet all require IWO
all titeesinsi-„ wafer to quench ' l 5
in'erstseltistrirf. It IA -l'illPille er;,li
the Vk thinesis pills areftte only
Mel With - ip illy Notrolv,l or ..,-
"1104410if4:. 0 0'.ik a.6414-1.
. 4 1
pifiiiiy.,_ • topitilot-fr•
, , '-' 7 "-5."..:....,.'... - . -- ---_ - "• . : .: ',.,_
11- 5, 1
s es P 11'
e, is 51,
t the first
io get 111)
hard to driv
n order to ni
,• perfectly I
TO ran wildly
to every at
pipet a poll
lien he wa . :
'S poor aka
tors to de
Tell' Pe I 39
alto' 1 li'l
a iew 01,1
.70f by one
• 1/big awl Ant
'army in the t
in to zetrynin
• to ,hat-homy.
semen of tni
that st wmibi
rs tho follow'
;intuit , that th
:it the Slate in
• ht. „nap array
du if ti
it is a prin
irsit the pop
31 34 . 1
4 , 4, 1 10
; y vi,14,1,
•22. ui -n
Tjem , •cratie
unties a mei
y Ph - Oa/161p
• atic coutitie
! to have
an , l A ntnn
2 01 11'1'
6vell 11 et
ill du u b