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On. Monday eveningiast, t
"Ward were the scene of asserther of those di
etbelicalloutrages 'which have of late years
lbeen so'lrequently perpetrated among us
,wilib;inapenity by-gage ef bee&ed-teowdiets ,--
'who regerd no law, and whom the haw /fp—
years eq u'aiiy to disregard. The
Ars_of the - case,. as iligYAMOUrfent among
nr tellow-•citizetts of Itatillerve. , arethese
1 06 Monday last a wideivlady,ssorne thirty.
'yearri of age, perfectlyvestiectable in.ctiar
'ecter`ind irreproaehttbie.in, repute,. iyrived
Tiarlein'frOm West Point, in search of a
/dater whom she expected to find either at
If diem or Manivattenville. She came
there sccompapied by a cestairt—a yoeng
intian•who assisted'herin:her search about
"Hai.lbm'for her sister; but.they were u n
suecesitful. '.ln the eeening they were join •
41th9another-yotiing man residing in Har
len, who had formerly lived in the family
fif a 'respectable citizen of Westchester Co.
itt the Sams - time That the female was em
payed The-three started after dark
to go oveeinManhattanVille; and while on
the roan, they were t,vertaken by two well
tknown rowdies of Harlem, who came up
telhent, and, without ceremony, knocked
the Woman's cousin senseless to the
She and the other young man, in their
flight, started off together and ran—she
clinging to her remaining friend for pro
tection. They were soon however, over
taken by the assailants, who with a blow
knocked the young man senseless; and
Winn he recovered, nothing was to be seen
dare woman or the ruffians. Bo h-of the
young men succeeded in getting back .o
Harlem, though much hurt, early in the
night; and the next .morning he that was
last assaulted, went back to the scene of
the outrage, and there found evidences that
while he was lying insensible from the
blew he received, a violent struggle must
have taken place between the woman and
the ruffians. There were still perfectly
plaln the indentures that had been made
in the ground b) her limbs, as she was
dragged over the road; and where they
terminated was a deep imprint of her feet,
in which was one of her shoes still lying.
Close by he also found her handkerchief,
and a part of
. her chemise that had been
tare off. These he took hack with him to
Harlem, and the story of the outrage, as
Well as the names of the perpetrators,
which were known to the injured man re
siding in Harlem, soon spread throughout
Strange to say, however, no notice was
taken whatever of it by the authorities, nor
has the least attempt been made by the
police to bring the wretches to justice.
One of them, without.many let or hindrance
whatever, left the place on Tuesday morn
ing, and the other on Wednesday, and
have thus far kept away; though they left
word: with their associates that they would
retuin as soon as the muss blew over. In
theineantime the most diligent search has
been made for the woman throughout Har
lem, iManhattanville, and among her tic
:quaintatices residing in this city; but not
the slightest intelligence of her can he ob •
tamed, What hasbecome of her, or how
the-wretches disposed of her after effecting
their diabolical purpose--the accomplish
ment of which they boasted of to their as=
sociates—is a pet feet mystery; and a good
deal of excitement on the subject exists in
Harlem. Up to this ti ne, no notice what
ever has been taken of this most a.terious
outrage by the police at Harlem, and no
effets whatever have been made by them
either to ascertain whether - tbe woman
was murdered after being violated—as
(bore is great reason to believe. she was-
mite bring the perpetrators of this diaboli
eatpiece of villany to justice.-3'en...
',We!halve intelligence to the 16th mist.,
iia New OrleamOncluding later advices
from. Mexico. The only item is, that Don
Francisco de .F.'ula Lopez has been ap—
pointed commander in chief of the Mexi
can Navy. On his way from Mexico to
Vera Cruz. the mail coach, in which he
was traveling, was ,stopped on the high•
way near Puebla, and Tobbed of its con-
The Solway was lying sat--% ... It. t Havanna;
on the 16th—so the report of being :
burnt was unfounded. But what e•
vessel was it that was burnt? and what o
those who were on boardi are questions
40 which we can find no answer in the-
N. Orleans papers_received yesterday.
By this arrival the editors of the Picay4
une have - received a letter from Vera
Cruz, dated 25th ,Sept. from which we ex'
tract the following:—
`Santa Anna I. ayes Mexico on the 10th
prox. for his 'Hacienda de Magna de Cla.
' vo, distant abut three leagues from this
. pbtee. He brings with him 3000 men, of
`his Choice, as hie escort. He has called
Ge r: . :BtIIVO to occupy the Presidential
ebtir;-•Auring his absence, and Bravo has
iteeordiogly teptired to Mexico to take
the-reins of government,
'The visit of Santa Anna to his hacien
da; with so large a body of chosen troop's,
atur tbe hrill,of Bra, decidedly the least
populargeneral in the republic among the
ps, to the Presidency. prove to 'Tie
- the time'for tintruielting has alreagy
Ili, I feel fully persitaded that within
thirty days of the time of iiis leaving Meiii•
en; he will be declared by tbe troops Dfc
tater fer life I—DO not think-that ha wilt
A botliclared Dictator by the troops which
geagiVaPY. hitif— no, by ".no 'nieana; th/y
-will appear, like himself, to submit to the
104# ethe action , . and when he is declarW
Motor in Nesiieci they will say 'we m — .1
eedihttrMiieflor` farce,' ‘d therefore ' - 1
it an. . - 1 •
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ET, -aar ' the king ant Queen. 'The
Duke d'Au male has quitted for Africa, laud
ths Prince of Joinville has been sent off I
also. Tie will immediately depart on "a
voyage to the East Indies. The Medi
cal men certify that his -deafness. will be
incureable unless be spend some time in
a very warm climate. But the gossip of
of the day has-it that it ise preernal pre
scription, and that his Royal Highness has
beeneentaway in'semi-disgrace on accnuat
of his known lenderneas for Marl'el le R ach- ;
el, the celebrated tragic actress. The
Car lists will have it that the Prince favors
M. Thiera' war mania, and that lhis irri
tated the King, but 1 really suspect that
the lady was at the bottom of the affair,
The Prince is by far the most liberal,
acid therefore, moat popular of his family.
He has quite a sailor's heart—the chief
component part of which is tender. By
turns he has been the captive of nearly ev
ery theatrical and dancing belle of celeb
rity. Rachel is one of the few who heed
ed him not—for her character is irre
proachable—and this has but added fuel
to flame. The King is believed to have
remonstrated with the Prince on his pro
fuse expenditure, as regards the nymhs of
the couliPse, and this has led to his being
sent away to the East, or the Brazils—fur
his destination does not appear to be quite
The two Princes will leave Brest on the
16th of October, and embark together, in
La Belle Pottle for Lisbon, There the
the frig Ito will be irined by the Ville de
Marseilles line of trade ship. tn,l the two
will sail ogether, Nhile a steamer will car
ry the "Due d'Aurnale to Algeria.
.3 nut for Mathematicians. —W e have
a taste for mathematics, and in our leisure
moments, refresh our recollection of this
purest of sciences, with Euclid and other
great lights, acd we have thought that
there were few common problems that
with time and opportunity we cou!d not
solve. But a friend has suggested one
which entirely confounds us, and after
much reflection we gave it up, and now
publish it with the hope that some great
luminary will be found who will give us
tv solution. This is the problem: 'Hone
hundred and eighty thousand freemen, as
sembled at Dayton, Ohio, had the effect to
increase the Whig vote of Montgomery
24 ! ! h-)w many conventions,and of what
number composed, will it require to elect
Mr. Clay by the vote of Ohio in 18441
Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, William &
Mary—all institutions, univursaties. acade
mies and colleges, literary societies and
scientific re-unions, lend us your aid.
Prosqsly Loss of .thiother Brstis
Steanzer.—The royal mail steamship Co
umbia arrived at Halifax on the 18th, in
thiity-eight and a half hours from Boston,
with. 29 passengers. She took in seven
additional passengers, and proceeded to
sea the same afternoon. The mail boas
from I3ermida arrived at Ilalifax on the
15ift . . A report has reached Bermuda;
just previous to the sailing of the mail
boat, f the loss of the Tay ste•tmship,near
The North American says that if there
is a stronger man than Mr. Clay, 'the
whigs do not know him,' and yet this
'strong man' has already been 'deferred'
two or three times on the very eves of
elections, to give place to something more
'available,' and there is evety likelihood
that the same operation will ocz.ur again,
and we shall hear the North American
informing the coonish Hercules that he
may retire, as one Hot sufficiently strong
for the emergency. Mr. Clay is always
used by his bud talking friends as a sort
of political warming pan--he is placed in
the bed of nomination, to be sure, but it
is merely to take off the chill, that some
one else may be rendered possible. He
catches all the cold, but others enjoy 'the
warm' which he has made. If any one
has reason to deplore the ingratitude of
party, it is Henry Clay, and lie is about to
experience more of it, or we are in much
The 'Virgin Heifer' Party .—A friend
a ed us the other day, what we meant
by a ding to ‘ the 'Virgin party.
Ile will u erstancl - is by reading the fol
lowing, whic p take from a whig report'
of the gi eat speec . ade by Mr. Clay, at
Lexington, on the 9th last June.
'among the inducemenTs-4 cannot help
thinking that THE FAT WHITEVIECHN HETF•
ER of my friend Mr. Berry tan, t cost
$906, which has just beeq served up, : d
the other good things which have been so
liberally spread before us, exerted some
influence in swelling thisunprecedanted by
large meeting.' Great laughter)—Som•
Duelling.—A writer in the Democratic
Review gives an account of a method of
fighting a duel adopted by a gentleman—
a member of the New York Legislature
—distingnished as well for his wit and hu
mor as for talents and sound democracy.
Receiving a challenge, he expressed hie
readiness to accept it, with the privilege
of choice of ground and weapons—which,'
after some considerable correspondence
and diplomacy, conducted with great
gravity on his part, was conceded by htal
impatient adversary. The preliminaries
at length adjusted, he fixed the place of
encotater on the opposite banks of a air.
tut itream in bis county, (St.."Lawreane,)
the weapons being broaJsords! - Anti - erns
to accommodate the oirsite party,..4, ex
pressed Kinself, at theetime time, willing
to use .4distills,: in-the following manner: the
two princiPte4 hi:Staid hick to haekOnitie
toli_tif rp : sha conical. hi#indicated,hykim;
to 4 41kj:40,-,:f4tiv:*dio - aitijiigh 6 4o
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THURSDAY, NO VEM HER 3; OA
Prrreetittror: October N. 1842.
In pursuance of a nil orthe Democratic Commit ter r or
Correipoodence of the Stale, published at Dorrisbum
some time since, snggesting the propritiy of each county
electing delegates equal ter - their number of representatives
in the Stale Legislature; to meet In their respective cot n•
ties hr ronventionond elect delegates to meet at Harris
burg, on the' Bth of Jlnuary, 1843, for the purpose of
nontiu•tting a candidate I'm the Presideney , subject to the
dec Mon of a Democratic National Convention.
The Democrats of - A Iteeheity county Are, therefore, re •
(Nested to meet in the different wards,boroughs and town
ship:; nn Saturday, the sth'day of Noveinber nest,at t heir
usual places of holding their elections, and each district
elect two detentes to meet In County Convention at the
Court House, in the ell y of . Pittsbursh, on 'Wednesday.
the 9th of Ntivember, at 11 o'clock, A. M., for the pur.
pose uf electing five detentes to represent Allegheny
county In the Slate Convention, to he held at 'tartish erg,
on the glirlotts flth of January. JAMES CR WFORD,
Chairman of the Democratic Committee of Correspond
ence fir Alleaheity county._
P. S. The Mike of Pittibtirilf and Iteciteny, Birthing.
ham, Lawrenceville and Pitt town:Mtn, are requested to
meet at half past 7 o'clock, and' Ihe TownshlP3 between
and3 .6 o'clock. P. M. -.Oct 22—tn9
Amidst the universal struggle for wealth;
there is one truism which the common sense
of every man teaches hiria, but which few.
can be governed by, and that is, that wealth
acquired by dishonesty renders man more
miserable than the most abject poverty.—
The object of all appears to be their own hap
piness, and it is strange they should pursue
a course that they know will destroy their
peace forever. But what makes it the most
to be deplored, is, that whan Qne man re
sorts to dishonesty for gain, his neighbor k
compelled in self defence to do the same;
thus it becomes almost universal. We do
not anticipate a great change for the better
soon, yet by the exertions of our public
leachers, who are entrusted with, and res
ponsible for, the moral and political condi•
tion of the people, things_ may be amended,
and honesty may at some future time de
mand a premium. The following advice is
from a German author, and though it is
contained in few words, it is none the less
valuable: Be honest and continue poor while
others around you grow rich by dishonesty.
Let others fill the offices that can only he
btarteti by mean servility. Wrap yoursel
in your own virtue, and seek a friend and
your daily bread. If in such a course you
have grown gray with unblanched honor,
bless God and die.
Stage decident.—The Good Intent
Mail, from Pittsburgh was upset a few
days since at the foot of Laurel H 4 icy
he frightening of the horses, and precipi
tated down a precipice of over 100 feet.
Five passengers were in the stage, and
strange to say but one was seriously in•
jured. On the same day the second mail
of the old line, was upset while descend
ing Martin's mountain. No injury to the
passengers was recorded.
Camden. Races.—We learn from the
'Pennsylvanian that the New Jersey mare
FAsutotv is again victorious, having won
the four mile heat over the Camden course
last Saturday, heating Col. Johnson's Vir
ginia horse BLUE DICK with ease, in two
heats. The Pennsylvanian says: Fash
ion had the advance in the matt, but was
passed by Blue Dick in the first quarter of
a mile, and suffered him to keep the lead
till about the last quarter of the fourth mile,
when she flew by him, coming out about
three lerigths ahead. In the second heat
she again had the advantage•in the start,
and kept it through the whole four miles,
winnin4 the I:eat by about the same dis n
tance as the first.
The day was a beautiful one, and an
immense crowd of spectators was on the
Camden and Philadelphia races.—
Fourth day, Saturday, Oct, 29. Jockey
Club purse, $2OOO, four mile heats.
&Niue' Laird's c. m. Fashion, 1 1
&of. W. R. Johnson's grey Blue
Dick, - 2 2
Time, 7 38 —7 .54
Gambling in Lqndan.— A single gate%
ling house in LOndon cost, not long sinee,
with its furniture, $500,000, and 'the re•
ceipts of the proprietor in one year amount'
ed to just aboct the same sum. . .The ittn
ney' lost annually in all the gambling honies
in that city exceeds $95,000,000. In one
house alone, 85,000,000 was recently lost
in a single night.
Freak of Nature.—The Philadelphia
Forum gives an account of the chemically
preserved bodies of two children, united
inseparably the breast bone, which extended
from person to persdn, in the same way as
did the connecting substance from the sides
of the Siamese twins. _ A young woman in
Montgomery county, we , understand, gave
birth to these beings, whithever, were
never destided by. the Deity to enjoy life.
Upon a poet martens - examination being'
' made of the bodies, it was discovered, -that
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The NewQrlearts paper . kg4vel4. l l. ((Melt , -
mg statement of the relettve streegth of the
Texan and Meiirart Fleets:
The Texan squadron;j4 the pro:rent time,
consists of four vessels, viz: , _
The ship Austin - , beariogther-brOikd pen,-
ant of Commodore More,: tioonting
teen 24 pounders and two 18 nounders.
The Brig. Wharton, Capt. J. K. Lothrop
—sixteen 18 pounders.
Sohr. San Antonio, W. Seeger, Lieuten
ant Commanding—seven 12 pounders.
Schr. San Bernard, D. H. Crisp, Lima,
Every gun. on the Texan vessels throws
shot far superior to'lthe celebrated Paixhan
shot, in many particulars, and far more :
The Mexican squadron is as follows:
The Steamer Montezuma, mounting two
68 pounders -anti eight S 2 pounders, all
The Steamer Guldatope— two 68 pound-
ers—Pat than guns
The old 'City of Dublin" Steamer—iwo
Schooner Eagle—one 32, and six 18
pounders Palxi - tan guns.
Brig Yucatano—twelve 18 pounders and
two 12 pounders.
Brig Charnpecheano—one 18 pounder
and six 12 pounders.
Schooner Sisalanio—one 9 pounder and
two 6 pounders.
Altogether, the seven Mexican vessels
mount 45 guns, the four Texan vessels 50
guns—the Mexicans, it will he seen, having
greatly the advantage in weight of metal.
The news from Texas and nexico is
every day becoming of more intense inter
est; a gentleman who arrived at New Or
leans on the 18th ult., from Havanna, brings
the Important information of the prepara
Lion of a secret expedition against Texas
from Vera Cruz. He states that the British
stearn , r Solway, for whose fate considera
ble solicitude was felt, arrived at Tampico
on the 29th Sept., where she landed two
officers of the British navy. -Immediately
after her arrival, a heavy swell came on,
with a strong nor h-east wind, which kept
her beating.off and on until, the sth of Oc
tober, during which time the sea ran high
almost rry , etantly. She left Tampico at - 12
o'clock, M. on the 51h, and reached the
harbor of Vera Cruz at hilf past ten o'clock
on the oth; was not allowed to enter, but
kept outside the reef, until the Mexican
stea•ner "City of Dublin" came out with
mars in char. eof the British Consul. Left
the Harbor of Vera Cruz at 12 o'clock on
the 6th for Havana, where she arrived on
The harbor of Vera Cruz was entirely
closed. No foreign vessels are allowed to
enter or depart, until the 17th of October,
as the govern nt nt was engaged in fitting
out a secret expedition, the destination of
which was unknown. It was believed,
however, to be intended for the invasion of
Texas by sea. If this supposition be cor
rect, which we see no reason to doubt, we
shall soon hear of stirring events, as Gal.
veston will doubtless be the first point of
It is stated in one account, that the Texan
General, (Burleson) has issue 3 a proclama
tion declaring that if five hundred men will
join him within thirty days, ha will march
into Rio Grande, and many of the western
troops have returned to their homes for the
purpose of making preparation's to join the
expedition. Many of the planters of Wash
ington arid other counties, are going out to
join Burleson, and it is thought he will be
prepared to start within the time prescribed
with a thousand men.,
It appears that Wall, the Mexican Oen
eral,•has effected a retreat, and that General
Burleson has returned home to prepare to
make a campaign against the Mexican set;
Clements on the Rio Grande; the war, there—
fore, is not ended, but just begun; and
every man who is prepared for the campaign
to the Rio Grande, will only hasten with
the more alacrity to Bexar.
A Clincher! —Mark this! is well
known to oar readers, that thi whias have
always stoutly cantended that they, and
they only, were the true Jefferson
Democrats. Well, the Gazette of yeater
day,publishes an address ofJ. Q. Adirns,wtiu
makes use of thefollowing
_words, in speak
ing of the annexation of Lauisiana to the
"With the aid of this policy, Thorn's=
Jefferson, 4y an open and avowed violation
of the roistittdion, which he had sworn to
support. effected, by an act of Congress
Here inn. Quincy Adams, the great lead
er of -Northern Whiggery, denounces
THOMAS JEFF: SON as guilty of
peOtirl This commented
attteuded by the Gazette, thereilf- en
1ign,11, , ,N91.#4 4 10 461111 : ''*;* we
The Ipird dolts :have reached Toznee,see.
Three lei. D: Theatreit +eve- beeif des- .
troyed,b.y fire width), a few moniha.
Inhere 1 i anythin g o funny in the follow-
Ing we should like ,to see it:
Sofas are tic.vr comparativefruseleas.—
Ladies visiting, carry soft seats convenient
ly attached to their pemons, from one resi
dence to another.—Yazoo Whig.
John D. Defrees, just elected a State
ator in Indiana, is a printmr.
Judge Parker of the Supreme Court of N.
11., has resigned because he could not live
on 1,400 dollar,' per year.
The. Cineirmatiane are up in arms against
the use Of Qiimphine, They go the pork:—
A little girl in Barnstable, Mass., fell
head foremost into a well, 4 distance of more
than 35 feet! Strange as it may appear, she
was taken nut without having rec - ived any
Maj, Noah thinks that Bennet is crazy.
We believe the Nlajor is right, for we can't
conceive how a sane mind would be guilty
of the gross indecencies which characterize
Mr. Clay intends making a visit to New
Orleans at'out the middle of November.—
The School at Philadelphia for the toil
Lion of Midshipmen has failed in "teaching
the young idea how to shoot," as two of
the educated youths recently fired five times
at each other and missed. The N. Y. Sun
thinks it should now be abolished.
Within the last 30 years nine hundred
Catholic Churches have been built or resto
red, in Ireland,
Gov. Durr was to have been present a t
the Nashua (N. II.) Clambake, on the Ist
inst. Poor Clams.
Pennington has been re-elected Governor , TRAY CO fv.—en n,o lf
of N. Jersey by the Legislature. Ilad it me last " Ps ' i " "P " I "'"
II or 12 yen - 9 old: 110 par ar Nl
been left to the people, he would have been be
, The owner 15 d..cirrii ro COMP Is.,
and lake her away, or she
to law. • SI
defeated by about 3 or 4000
The Biltimore Sun complains of the in
numerable Trantity of .‘ Match Girls" which
now infest that city. We think match girls
are plenty any place just now, but we pro
testagainst &flouncing then , as "fluisan-
"Alas! Poor Ghost!"—The helmet and
visor of the ghost of Hamlet's father was
lately sold in Plii , adelphia for two cents!
This is enough to make Hamlet's daddy
kick in his sepulchre.
The Ravel Family have suffered ship_
wreck on the Needles.—Boslon Post.
Where is the Needles?
.Bstra'hishing.—Judge Burnett, an old
Fed., of Cincinnati, his come out for Clay.
The modification of the English Tariff
is already being felt. The poor (.f that
country can now indulge in a few more of
the absolute necessaries of life. A Bir
mingham paper Says that they have Amer
ican hams, equal in every respect to the
beat English, at 61d per pound, and ex
cellent pork at 4d. The prices of fresh
meat. cannot long staed. under = such .s com
petition. In the south-of Scot land we see
the best beef, which not very long since ,
I was Bd, has fallen to 3111, and mutton and
lambs to 4d and sd.
There was a fall of snow at Carroll,New
Hampshire, on the 20. h.
Suicides.—Mr. Harris, a highly res—
pectable merchant of B )stun, committed su-
icide by hanging hinn , elf i I his store on the
27th alt. •
.other.—On the same night, Juhn
Gee, a Schoolmaster of Baltimore, cuchis
throat and severed that arteries of the left
Persons who intend taking the Benefit
of the Bankrupt Law had better be about it,
as,it may be repealed at the coming scission.
lititVlAlNlV2 s .4lllllreigs* , J l
a n .• •ed vA.* OAF ned
ineannatt in ittempting to save the
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The Chicago American has been tern po.
rarity suspended. It was a Clay . paper!
The Whigs denounce Webster, Spencer,
CuOing, Tyler' and other distinguished
men, as corrupt. Two years ago those
men were leaders of that party. Age their
present leaders any, better?
'rile Wheat crop in the United States
has been estimated at 10,269;000 bushels,
or 20 per cent more
Treaty with ib Indian!.
• A treaty has been concluded.btthe U.
Stater =with the Sac and Fox • nationtrof
Indians ; the former Frirchasing,Of the- lat
ter all their country between-the Missies. ,
ippi and Missouri -rivers . '(aboist twetve
millions of acres). The iedieris:are :to.
remain in .possession of the.westarn por
tion forthreeyears. • The ituttrito;will'be
first Jagay.,isw, The
Ountarta rich and•Atbautiftrit-The pnt.
tO at aFet'Xs PIAM 1 41 , ;) 1 - 14 -4#4 0
- 41111 ••• s
• • mi en ,„, t ,
000, of whichesBoo,o7
for the Indians, the
teeing an annual interet
This treaty is r. '
ble to the government,
the Indians. The la l ik
cents -per act%
N. W. Corner of p
AlfD M•PIRIPACTPRIR tea
and the plutons of hoge ra ft,
and - welt chosen nanqtment
AVOTM 43,11 VOR_•
Necemary 10 a Jub Nintiag
OF EVERY DE,:,
Bills or Lai
Rill [leo ,
211. Millis of
Stage, Steamboat, and Cai i i
Printed on the shortest notleent
We respectfully ask the pc
lie public in Reneral in
Pittsburgh, Sep!. ;39,1342. is
BY 1 HE W!
Toe G. W. T. A. T 51, triely oft
regular weekly meet int o n E pi t,
vemt,er 3d, al 6i a'. I "diin bt
Ch reit ['ea n Sheet. J. P. annq,
Trimble, and ether., animal+, ,
are respecirtilly invited in 1 ,,, d
81 P.O CKAI7 ES Forel;o tef
jnst received this day. oe
BAUSAM-rF jrcr ig
No. 110. Wood 51 r eel . rallrient bp
s ive variety now in lest.t,2.1 4 ,.
I Incement3 to coUntry mnßaetr
The assortment in pan on..ism
Superfine broad e101t15;
Plain and fig'd casionerm P
Blankets; Pa .
Flannels; k Po
Bleached nimolin; 1. ,
Brown do Hoe
I,Vith a erent varlei v of miler IC
will be cona inucd from day Lahr ,
NOTICE. -CA LL AND S ETTII
a I, DUI to decline I, tFinrs . l7.
who know thern..elvr ,, indpbteth
their accounts before the first 61
date, all accounts remnimr!o N
hands of an Alderman for reh!
claims against him will prem.; [,
Nov 3-3 t
riviE Pregideni and Dirertrini. 0
itiv dpi hired a el iv Wend nI .
Capital k lan he I:1,1 e,x Man: •
hO'ders or their legal re preseriiahrt.
AT a uteri in,otnie F+6? fewi 7
on Wed n fte
On motion of R. G. talit..i‘ '
be a County Con vciLtam
Conrt Douse, on Vi
A. M. of all the C.1.11111.i. ,11,114 11 (-
Collin v. for the purani. of i1mn , . 1 41
o COnVPIIIi,Iit .*.t1,1
D. C s , in December m'xl, 1,11
On mot ton. attjOn r nen
Oct 29-19 n
Excn 1 , GE
II F. di rcrtors of this Ba
_lll. dividend of three
paid in—subject t 0 the uu
act of Assembly, June 11. lat.
1 Ith inst.
MICIICHANTS AND MOT
THE President and Diretiort
day. declared a dividend d
the prclits for the last six mouth
TIIE CULLA NTIIROiIf
JUST received from the Ant .
Sabbath school [Joint eta
2 ,31 i dlSirihutinn. SO 51.15 hitt,
- fants Magazine in 1 vol , ; I
14 packages German and Er?
i a nn va i r r i a T l
e n: E so n f r al l
r (3 l, e n r:a n, at f .
man Almanacs for 18Z
(tune a variety of Trwrito
ISAAC HARRIS, A g'l 4' CO L
BOOTS AND SHOES
Just received a la rIP 101
will be sold at the Comme ,l2o
Wood street, at Ili o'ciock thll '
V HIS MORNING at 10 0‘ .04
man's Anr.tion Rooms. •
large lot of Dry Goods r
firrling of Superfine Broad CO'.
Flannels. Ella ok cis k'd • and P tlii
pins French Merinocs, wite
Alio; at 2 o'clork, Men's
Coats, Overcoats. efc.
Nov 2 Jr
ce 4 c /i
The euhrocriber will cornmeal
Post Coach bet weenthe above#
Xva. 4. 1842-
It will leave Pittsburgh eve!
Illorgantown every Familial'
Retuning, it will leave SI,
day morning. al 6 o'c wk.
Thursday evening. The CU
Coaches, which arrive in Ra
Satuday evenings, will ihereq
thus saving mach to rnsienrerir
the coaches and horriv ceP,
description .under the care o 5
and every care will be taken to
note stated .r.
Tux sak‘criber hasps' receilei,l
Iteiior LIGHT aml DARK POOP.i
la Normaa, Principe and W 4.1
hi g Tobacco a the best quili i ,%%l
41101, at TUTTLE'S, 86 fOu".
, Borx 6 o ld
ivy to. ,
respec - wo f
handl. 01 virtnili_
BoteLzo. 19 , t ie t ;
Soli iu th
. 0., of °II
h a t great- c
until 2 0
ing their n
les hild a 1
-r the rtv.
h they h
yed on th'
, the top
y took pa(
l a dy who
pafl y the
y for Jevi
lac 3d in
v be sett
T hair st.Tn
is flight "I
~ the Butler
lid C num
ill 4, pctij
ti -A pp 'rat 41.
s that teizh
ext , t in the
atu is u•I
y the di.,
e are it
to be ad,
11,r the M
y. in w
• ve ad
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fled - a e