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who _bad arrived curing
to , 0
i tto ...dot the_truly .
'''1144114 after the fatal
o f the boil,
-II only - nteutiotiqbat, - not
":iig w i k ie z trouble bektiA 4l, 4 o 't:f l ;.4 . 6 t
dovern 40 the house of the , couttossbat
4 14 7 te
uk ak* deposition oldie fact
7tpd. to cc u'nt upon the way to all "hie ac
tlii"snees - the tragedy , of which his house
411in)0812 she theatre.
- Toward noon-day-Frederic- arrived. at.
the house. of his. father. He had not , been
.appearance was accompa.
:fileit::with an explosion of joy and tender
liielatilition. His mother burst into tears,
srJrtl his .sisters hung upon his neck, and
.:eakeredhim with kisses.
IWheie4..ply father?' said he, at last,
tearing hinotellfrom the arms of his
. 1 1 . 0n. , .kn0w,' said his mother, 'that of
lambi isfieguettly absent &Om home;.he
leftos,three days age•fer a tittle village on
the Bordeaux road, but we expect him to
..,Zelolly‘poriatnert is he always so deject
l'Alas!. my son, yes; but thy arrival,
ItOpe,,,will restore him to his usual gaiety.'
AiVben Frederic was seated, he was over
whelmed with questions of every kind, so
great was -the curiosity of his family to
mow all the.particulars of his life since he
bad : .quitted his paternal home.
'Has nothing happened to you in your
toPelar asked his mother.
- .INothittg very strange, nothing but
ng adveotnre last night.'
: - Attil he recounted to them his night f_ =
agitation and of blood. It was terrible, for
bespoke in atone which proved that all he
!as saying was trop.
4 1 forgot.' said he, as he finished his
story,.ito tell you that I have brought eon.,
roborative proofs of my victory,' and at
the same time drew a handkerchief fr,an
his'pocket, which seemed to have some
thing concealed in its folds.
At this instant the door opened, and a
min - appeated, a man with a countenance
pale and suffering, his clothes torn and
soiled, and so much exhausted, that his
limbs could scarcely support his trance. It
was - the father of Frederic.
'Father!' he exclaimed, as he threw him
self unto his arms! 'my good fattier! here
we are again united! what a happy day!'
As he uttered these words, he extended
his " hand t ) his father who refused his.
Frederic had not obst.eved that it was
'wrapped in a bloody bandage.
An hour afterwards the father (1' Frede
ric was in the hands of justice. His chil
dren in, their despair, had not thought of
-urging him to fly.
Upon *lie i2Othof December. the hall of
at Tours was filled with a cu
hispering among them
: '--i-•!.14i7-ri....pf,'Attuid,ay.,, Upon
hating attempted - the life of his son!
.k°.. l :public! took their seats.
Thilfather of Frederic was in the criminal 1
After the indictment was read, the wit
nesses were called.
...Astan Antoine Ebrard. The host died
,etiMe first day of the month.
'Therut girl, dressed in black, and who
wiz:gully concealed her features under the
folds of 6. - ileep veil, rose up. It was Ma
She raised "her trembling hand, and
When she was asked if she knew the ac
cused, ,she replied—No. -She perjured
herself, for the father of Frederic.
"Thtrfiepositions of the other witnesses
were taken: but the most important one
was absent; the evidence of the inn keeper
Idone, would have been sufficient to have
cujidemned the accused.
,After the attorney for the crown had
.fifitiliti, the , counsel For the defendant
arose. lie endeavore4 to ptove an alibi.
Ire argued, that it was impossible to estab
liSh the fact that the accused.had slept
ieihe inn upon the night in question,
since the person who could have seen him
...declared that she did not know him.
genile - men, said , he, as he conclu
deiptha defence, the:accused has been the
victim; the dagger of the assassin woun
-4141itim,liOtAti sabre of his son.'
as a proof, cried a voice from out of
tha ..midst , of the audience; here are the
,Ardies that I have preserved!'
4 1 :041:at the same time two fingers rolled
on . the desk of the judge.
These fiogers were passed . before the
eyes of,the jurors; all were convinced that
they belonged to the left hand,while the
accented awes v.ounded on
Three..days, afterwards, Frederic was
dam; ; _ Mordficaticm bad taken place in
the . wOund, ybivL he himself had made in
The tbllowt at the hour, when
the iniet earth, a young
girl, her heaT . F7.' . a black
misinCed' toWs4rVki :cemetery. She
knelt;upon anew. made grave—and seem
/Paler a long-time in prayer, all was silent
around her; no noise was -heard, but a
tear,was seen to fall upon the mound. It
watthhcommunion of two touts, one al
; reody in heaven. When the sexton came
'tee the gate, she was cold. The poor
Shea was. deadl
4 0 awerfal Magnet.—A lecturer waa e-
- 411412 Up= the power of the magnet, Ite
..Wog nitrous to show anything surposiug
it% a mos ' mounted . thiclapd
, : ands told him that woman was the net'
tekts,,for Raid he, if the loads tone ::
could et t* a - -piece of irms afoot or ;mai.
-- ;ttbarai Wils4-young-iioulawlwben he ,Was. a
-A-Yo.4Mmt e #dt 18 mile,'
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ableeitaihe oiolakso* s.
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-FRIDAY , 'NOVEMBER ps. 1842:
'The ,Teramitier Privitege.
We observe in the .KeytiOne olthe 23 d
inst. a communication from 'Nouse'
L. WitsoN, Secretary of the Board ofCanai
Commissioners, replyingto misropreSen-.
tation by a coon journal, of r n articla that.
appeared in our paper a few weeks
condemning the conduct of a subordinate
or the Canal Board, in franking political
documents, for which the State had to pay
from eighty seven cents to one dollar post
age on each copy. In our article we
gave the name of the person <w ho was guil
ty of this misconduct, and we cannot but
think that Mr. Wilson has evinced an over
eagerness to appear in print When he volun
tarily steps for ward to defend the improper
acts of Mr. J. P. Anderson.:
Mr. Wilson designates tbe statement
that appeared in the Post as a "falsehood,"
and' . riairs it was put in "circulation by a
ce+- reckless individuals." We would
sa4ltlltft. Wilson, that our informant is a
gentleman wh,ose veracity, in any matter,
is wit.th bequestioned; and one too, whom
Mr. W. would regret exceedingly—situated
as he is—to class Among a; "few reckless
individuals." Of the truth of our state
ment we have not a diaubt;the facts were
communicated by a gentleman ou,whose
word we could place the fullest reliance,
and since their publication they have re
ceived corroboration from several other
sources, equally respectable.
If Mr. Wilson's• reply had been made
directly to the misrepresentation of the
Harrisburg "Capttolian," which is a broad
perversion of our article, we should not
have troubled ourselves about the matter;
but lie has impugned the veracity and
standing of our informant, and attempted
to place us befl.re the public in the light o
circulators of "falsehoods.''
In justice to the Canal Board, we take
the following extract from Mi. W's. com•
munication, which fully exhonorates them
from participating in the improper liber
ties takeniby some of their subordinates
with the fund of the State.
"The facts of the case ate simply these:
the friends of Gen. Cass in this county,
caused between two and three thousand.co
.ies gtie handbill advocating
or nominatioil by the Democratic titian •
-al Convention, :to be printed. From
thirty to fifty copies were forwarded by
some of the gentlemen attached to the Ca
nal Board to their friends. under the im
pression that they were subject only to
newspaper postage. The efficient post
master at this place, justly supposing that
these gentlemen were not aware that the
hills were charged with letter postage, in.
formed them of the fact, When they imme
diately ceased'using the frank. THE CA
NAL TREASURY . HAS NOT PAID
ONE CENT OF THE POSTAGE UP
'ON THESE BILLS. The gentlemen
who used their franks have paid the post—
Curious.—The Madisonian is a very a.
ble paper, but sometimes asks curious ques
tions, and makes queer remarks. The
following are examples.
"The Globe talks about other people's
Federalism! Did not the Globe , once sup
port Clay and Adams against Jacksonl—
W hat were Adams' principles then?
The Globe was not started until 1830 or
'3l, and therefore could mot have done
wh the Madisonian charges:
"And let it be always borne in mind that
it was the Globe and its clique of politicians
who defeated the Demberatic party of
If this be true, the Madisonian ought
certainly not to quarrel iwith the Globe
about.it. It was about the best thing that
ever happened the Madisoniau.
Col. Webb was to bagel received his
sentence last Saturday.
The Banks of N. Orleans are compell
ed to resume specie p4ments on the first
Writing on, Papers.--The Post Master
General has , decided that writing a name
on a paper subjects it to letter podtage.
Estipx County, Masasachusetts, has a
population of 92,000 inhabitants, of whom
64,500 have signed the total abstinence
Dularf Tititt.—An latOntive 'forest of
dwarf fruit treea . bite been fund in Texas.
principally plum trees; in full b,.aring, on
ly -two feetin height, also Oaks bearing
corns. - eight feet high. !Nothing like them
in any other 'country.
torv i ser
lithere is any ' emu we abotniustn,:
it is he Who wilt muds' iiiipit you, and feed
you - with -wetis,, ,
`back is turned, Will • r ier qitafr
you' 'li‘m" . } , aid rliut!". - 11 ; - ~. _f 4-1
Test's ri ght *evri.4o - .:ltini unfidieri
lick. z- ' - -1 - 4'l - -
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Asiatgall oll o l)7olll6 * e _t ir-
ited. - accordiqlo nuritOeifimi
1130,00 0 - Tile nia'mtup-Ifak
wittcluziai; butTecently, iii
western country; - teturn ;
be went to-dremin
diggingiuntil he has turn `
enough:to bury Daniel Land
of the ohl,iope walk;
down !ast apring l T!'urt
fellow, ho found nothing
tautly have been doometr,
man" a ll the furnnitit of ,
the money, the mere fa
Which has turned his Oral'
ber of people hEve visited (
liformonism.—Ail En !
hat a Mormon preack:
doing a stiff business in t
verhamptnn: gave di
tion of hiscOnversion to..
He said that he prayed
teen, days without receivin. :
just tsihe foittfight ex pt
dead; after which Gtid-cipia% ,
be baptized (by immersion
came to life he exclaimed
I'll go! I'll go! even if the W
hot!' Being baptie, he
work miracles, and"" spea ,
tongues; of the - latt... , '
mess, bat upon bei7
.Horrors of Mob- 14 ;:-_-.-- ( i:' , :- ars that
young Lore, who was killed ~-. it mob in
Glennville, Alabama, a.fter'a*rmal vote
was taken by tho populace on ;-:' sulject,
proves to have been entirely , ircent of
the offence with which he wtti charged.
He was a young man, of good , r4putation,
a native of New Jersey, and:' forthree
years was a student of the Wet4eyan Aca
demy, Wilbraham, Mass.
Hon. Waller Forivard.—The Alexan
dria Gazette says, it is but juatlce to the
Secretary of thp. Treasury, (114.Tora ard,)
to say that notwithstanainghelpts labored
during the past fall under intlisOsition, he
has managed the tiff:dill of his ditpartment,
embarassed and'aifficult as they,are, as far
as he is concerned, with industry' and abil•
ity, and tot nis o departmerit,, all its
branches, illigtmfr l y efficient state of or
. of eowiterfeiters #roen- up.,
The poliecilWlew York—haAre'suteeed el
in breaking up a nest of cos-tiferfeitew
who had their 4rt
ead quaeq. the city
They have arresl.d.Williarn'44 Thomas
Shepard, Jerolemltn -rind Eliza
Campbell, for issuing countetleit $5 notes
on the Manufacturer's Bank orPicividence.
The plate and other implements vhf forging
were fot.ntl on the premises inhabited by
them, and $2,270 of the spurious mo.ley.
J! Wonderful Dog.- 7 A correspondent
of the Richmond Whig4rtates that a gen—
tleman by the name ofOraitth, left Ca-ha,
in Cumberland co.:Virg:44;l'or Missouri,
and carried with& a hound dog. Soon
after Mr. Branch reached -Missouri, he
died; and (etrange - to'tell) 0144 114:4 left Mis
sTiri. and reached ca..igasniiii4hort time
past, in search of hista l iteitlie distance
being 1000 miles or
The 111i!arnic.hi Gleaner gives an accoun
of the taking of a large number of bottle
nosed fish, in the harborof Shippegan, each
fish measuring from IS to 25 feet in length.
The blubber obtained from.them amour).
ted to 37,000 lbs; Which is . salsl to make
excellent oil. That's a good fish story.—
.W . ,u hope there is ock'doubt ofiti genuine
The deacon will certainly bezome de
ranged wh6n he , isms the, following:
The Masonie Fraternity of Missouri, have
subscribed between ten and eleven thou
sand dollars for tbe rnaintaininee of Ma
sonic.schools, to be--established at Marion
College in that State.
A battiaau, from Baltimore; with a paity
of eight fishermen, was capsizettofi Swan
POint, on the evening -Of the 10th in s tant,
and seven of the-eight - persons were drifsWn
ed. One was saved by clinging to the
bottom ofilie boat.
A man named Poishop,of Essex ze.Mass.
returning home on the evening, beat his
wife so cruelly that she died shortly after.
The number of Episcopal Clergyniau in
he United States has doubled 10
The number - of persons carriek.
Troy and Schenectady Roil t oad owned.
.300,'per day. - The fare is nifty 25 cents.
Quite a number of failureslateiy occur-:
red at Eastoe.Ra. , •
P o pul a r Petl3l4ll
Y, ; 410.- Bit -,0 - Keived every vote
"wt One _
. - -Th4h1414441*, tisY 0 4 4 * 'KORN
in woman. • • -
on the site
r the old'
tence o f
' .eat BUM.
d ,over th
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Pv.,f,aF-r irely WI"
jirAiltfopread of they
man race. tt ,stat t e t e . ena urged -wan
term signifying - man, rather than
enelMan; and -r.thet - a race of man were
created when Adam' was born.
Wash your hands.—To several of the
actors vveslitake this suggestion—and one
of them in particular. We have vvitnea
sed.mao, perforanTEes, and if experience
amounts to any t - --` '' ''.
Can safely assert
that ies our-opinion . _ n'the hands or the
heroes Of the itage. :adds nothing to the
heanq of the entertainments.
Sentenced.—George Felthouse, one of
the principals in a murderous assault upon
a watchman in Norfolk, was tried on Tues
day lasi, found 'guilty and sentenced ten
years to the penitentiary.
Another duel iro expected.to come off
in Baltimore in - a few days between two
young bloods, growing 'out ( f a street
A frame house was burnt in. Allegheny
last 'Thursday night, by an in cendiavy tear
ing .off some of the boardsi outside and put
ting in fire. •He lia.s not been discovoied,
and we have heard of no one being sus..
The following letter wag received by the
editor of the Kentucky Yecman, through
he post office:—
'Mr. Editor: Kin you tell me how a fel.
er is to get along these hard times, what's
in debt, and who aint got any money, no
friends; and who are too honest to work,
and ton lazy to steel'? If you kin, I will
subscribe to your paper.' .
07''Tortr,' said a Whig to a democrat,
'l've lost all appetitite for politics.'
'Well,' replied Tom, 'it's well you've
lost your appetite for the less appetite we
have these - Nbig times the better; there's
a great scarcity of that roast beef.'
Trial of the Prize Fighters.
The Reporter of the N. Y. Aurora, who
is attending tb-is exciting trial in Westches
ter county, New York, says: Messrs.
Graham and PI ice are contesting every inch
of the ground on the par , t,pf their clients, as
they expect to make4 . 44l4arefiee out of
the facts and circumstaniU4elted from the
witnesses adduced on the part of the prose•
ention, many of whom have a kind f elings
the prisoners, whom they think not half so
culplble as those who seconded McCoy,
who could have saved his life by withdraw
ing.hini from dot contest any time they pleas.
ed. There was some talk here yesterday
that a -rescue would be attempted, by a
gang of rowdies from New York, but if any
parties were mad enough to contemplate
such a foolish scheme, they would be eon.
vinced of its utter futility Oct seeing the very
admirable arrangement made for the safe
keeping of three such interesting persona.
ges as Messrs Sullivan & Co , by the Sher•
itf and his deputies. The places in which
they are confined are larger and more com•
fortable than the Tombs, and quite as safe;
anti when the court rises or takes a recess,
not a man - is permitted to move until the
Prisoners are conducted below, and placed
within their cells.
A-gentleman named John Harrison, in—
dicted *John Harris for the manslaughter of
McCoy, came into court and offered to plead
to the indictment if the, trial was put off.—
Their honors ordered Kiln forth ith to : find
bail. Messrs. Harrington and French'' be•
came his bail.
From the •West Indies.
The New York Sun contains the latest
news from the West Indies, which, howev
er, is not.very import ant. At Barbadoes
there-had been several deaths by yellow fe
ver, and the new Governor had a severe at
tadr. The new Bishop had arrived and
been “enthroned:" All the Islande.'had
been favored with copious rains and ,there
was a good prospect for the crops.
The temperance cause is progressing
rapidly in Bermuda; frequent meetings are
' held, and numerously -attended.
The Council of Mauritius have issued
'an order, establishing a =fiend of 500,000
piabtres to be devoted ~to the introduction
of laborers. Immigration to be perthitted
to all shipping, subject to the provisions of
the Order in Council. , A bounty- of pi ,
astres to be allowed for each emigrant. The
colony will defray the cost of immigration,
and not the employers. The funds ex
pended in immigration are lo be covered by
a tax on spirits and wines.
'rrinitlad they are about.introdueing
trial . by jot" , and the English law of ail
The immigration into that 'island
ectalinued large. . .
Anguilla bad been -inundated by a hur
ricane, which.destroyed the crops.
. The health of Guiana-etaa- tleprov as,
the-04nm had been :very 'genera) but. not
of a fetal. tharacter. Immigration ra,c _at
ea end, bin ittaerop4 oincite" * bill-If taw:
Mark-ton BO" to- Dift
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met ello4enstinftad - beefi - (00041 lOW/seen
thf4*A`'el . Itiefkind*ellitt
drone which resultell cn . the defeat,of the
former. The Admiral, :after landing hi
forces,,blew up tines of his vessels.—They
fought with infinitp eocrage,.and their loss
was supposed to have been. considerable:
Girribabli, the commander of the Riveris
tas, is an ttalian by birth, and has shown
himself very. intrepid. ile is said to have
commanded a corvette in the service of Mu
rat, when the latter was Icing of Naples.
• A fiksvachusetts - T aper says that many .
of MiliVs followers in that State did not
vote at the late election, not deeming it
worth while t ) provide for the temporal
government of a - common wealth to be swal
lowed up by fire next April.
Safe.— -The 'resat!, war schooner San
Antonio, which was supposed:to. .haie.
foundered during the disastrous gale which
visited the southern coast and Gulf of Mex.,.
ico, in theearly part of October, it isis*
cerlained, is safe. At the time ofttle gp
she was at a cluster of islands on the Yucki
We give the following from a correspon
dent of the N. Y. 'railer, to gratify the lov
ers of something marvellous, as we place no
confidence in q-ny of the rumors which are
afloat in relation to Colt.
It is asserted that a dead body was brought from
the Alms House on the evening of the 17th, and
so altered (by putting on false whiskers, &c.) as
to bear an ex:wt resemblance to the convict—that
this body was conveyed into the Tombs conceal
ed in the coffin—that no close or //learnt/Jr exam
ination of the body found in the cell was made by
any one of those i -whe have sworn to its-identity—
that the examinations of the body. such as they
were, all took place at night in a badly lighted
cell—that there could have been no object in tiring
the cupola, if it was not meant to enable Colt to
escape in the general confu , inn, as no open at
tempt at rescue was made. or appeared ti have
bnen planned—that there was a carriage iii
in g all the afternoon, io the neigsborhood of
ptiserwinc't dtsaopearred amidst the general con.
fu , iett caused by the Ere--lohat the body of Colt,
(contrary to the deetaration of his honor, ilieNlay
or, that it should be 4tublic4y exposed in the dead
house to satisfy the whelet.poople) was hurried out
of the city at 6 o'clock eirthe moruir.g of the 19th,
to be buriediti the State of Cormeettept, without
permitting any one to see it who -not a legal
tight to do so.
The above, together with the very strange con
61,'t of the,,heiiff, the known great, talents for
ingenuity of both of the brothers, have led thou
sands to believe that John C. Colt is now a live
The new Rhode Island Charter.
The Providence Express gives the rea
sons why the suffrage party take no part
in the vote on the new constitution, and
why many of them prefer it to the old char
ter of Charles the Second.
The reasons, in addition to the grossly
aristocratic restrictions on the right of suf
frage in requiring long state and twinshio
residence, and in refusing to naturallvd
Inrciznets the riolits of native citizens
enaranieed to them by the constitntion , and
laws of the Unicn, are es follows:
Under the proposed constitutbin, one
fourth of the voters can elect a majority of
thc Senate and one-third of the voters can
elect a majority of the House of Represen
tatives, owing to the continuation of the
rotten broough Fystem.
This unequal system can never be chan
ged nor the c‘institution otherwise altered,
without the vote of a majority of all the
members elected to each house at two sac•
cessive elections: and after being thus twice
adopted, and by two legislatures, can have
no force unless sanctioned by threc•fifths of
the voters of the state.
This last provision is extremely abstird;
It is all times highly acistocratic awl un
reasonable to deny to a majority the , power
of undoing that which a mere mainiity has
done. But the Rhode Island project goes
greatly beyond his absurdity. In the vote
by which the charter party will declare the
proposed constitution adopted, there will
not be probably more than about one.
fourth of the voters who will give affirms.
rive votes. Thus one-fourth will adopt
what is not to be changed without three
filths: in other words, two and a half times
a 4 many persons are to he deemed neces
sary hereafter to change the constitution, as
aae deemed necessary to change it at pres
ent. One fourth are recognized as entitled
to more power this year than one•lialf will
be entitled to next year.
Aristocratic parties are always commit
ting such follies.
L ECTU It E
The Tenth Lecture in the: Pittsburg): High .
School Room,- will bo.givetequesdayl eve
ning,'athelfonst six o'cloch**J. Cwit
Subject—The duty of i'arente to -bestowAheir
personal attention and labor the Education of
"their chddrer. A imission free.
NOTttg...The partuerohipltetetofinee= tstiueuo
der the firm of H. 4- J. GOrmati, %MI this day dls:
attired by mutual consent. The - books and papeys ott he
late firm are in the hands of Ideletrit. Maraw and await.
ton, to whom all persons indebted to us, are requested to
make payment as speedily as pamErle..• •
-HENRY 13: CORM 'AN• • •••,
TIOT 29-3 I
B LOOMS. --25 tons Juniata Blooms, In st*Sl7#o
not 29. - J. W. BURBRIDG:B4.4*-
ALLEOIIf:NV COUNTY, .68..
IN the Orphan's Coat! of AlteihOny Comity,
In the matter of the edinioistrsallion se
- cou - of of William Rogers. pidminiefrator of
•' the estate,orOltve't Crair ford.We of Fay
1 'suer, Torrviship der, d
- 4 , d, Sow to sit, Delsbor 24,, 18.1 . 2. at
the instance ofAt. Boffin and- 'A istretir
11Sitesier. by their counsel CE.tViiids. Seq.; "the'Court
:11111seVifiltieitk Clam,. C. Volt itouhortit; lad_ E. Porter.'
Beris."Aiiditosi hi msdit kteeMint.
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`"*.t l itClieleirt` l l-i'ArtiOn *Aka* 10010 41 4 1: its Ail
, 4 :4-44ineity
• front a nate Oka ea roe
Tuesday morning. Theowear
tog property and paying charges, ' •
A: the Log Houle at the Alleottlatlit
feesthly eight, Nov; 21,11 e ,77 .
Sorrel i!onsa,kven or eight a
then is a spot yetr eq.tott°4
newly shod. The above reward will . 1 ,
perra sowing the horse and Thiel;
BA NA, NOTE AND
March. k Man, bk. par
Etclianec bank. par
Bk. Olf Germantown
Easton I anki.
Lancaster batik, die 2
Dank of Chester DO. par
Farrow' bk Bucks Gat.7.=' 4.
Doylestown bk do
ftuf N America Phil
of Northern Liberties,"
Comniercial bk. of Pa.
Par. Mechanics _bk. .
Kensington bk. '
Bk. of Pennsylvania, 10F
Bk - of Penn Tp. par
Mechanics bk. S
Neehariles bk. par
firtilsauienaing bk.. it
1. Stith. hank. 58,
Lutrihertnene, Warren, 75 1
Frank. Mt Washington, par
Miners-bk of Pot revile, 3
Bk of Montgomiry Co. par
Mon. bk Brownsville, 2
Erie Bank - . 5
Far. hk Lancaster. 21
Bk of Middletown, 7
Bk. of Charnbershurah, 9
Carlisle bank, 9
Bk of Northumberland. 10
Columbia bk 4' Bridge co. 2
Bk Suequeltanna Co- 11)
Bkof Delaware Co. part
Lebanon Gk. - 9
Get yshu re h bk.
Far. 4- Drovers bk. of
•• Currenty. 2'
Wyoming' bank, 12+
Siate Serif). 5 7
Country do do 9
Burks Co. hank;
Itinuntnieaaant bk 2
Far. 4- Mech. bk of Etta
Belmont bit of St. Clain
Marietta bk. Demand
do Current!) , notes. 3
Colombians hk New Lis
lion Demand, 2,
do Post notes, 2
c,'inciiinat3 specie pay
%tech:4- Trailers hk of
Clinton Lk of C01(111111.15,
Demand notes. 2
N. W Corner of Wood
Tilt proprieloteer the Sloaeona
•se MANVFACTPRER respectfully iiICOOD
and the palronsof 'hoer pepers..ollllt they .
3 tul well chosen aveorlment 01
41:1110 71E"' 'SLIP
/B.:M[3 - "5.33% CPT/ 3 31 MM kIE a 7
Necessary Jo a Job :•rinting.office. and the
LEITER PRESS PRIN
- , ...
- - br EVERY DESCRIPTION,
'Book!: -': .;:..,, Bills of Lading, (Ai
Paniphleint. :...- ,''-' Pill Heads, Ca*:
Handbills, — Blank Checks, IHs
211 itinbs of 'Naas,
Stage, Steamboat, and Canal Boat Bilk
- priara Cala,
Priolcd on the shortest noiice and mail
We respectfully ask.the patronage of or
lie public in general in lillsl blanch afar
Pittsburgh, Sep:. 29.1842. PIIILLN '.'
XTENSIFE S.RLE OF DR Y GSM,
-1:a1 day mnrnin; at 10 o'clock A. 51.'1 . 0
and evenstvrc assortment of Sessonbit OIL -
tarTe proportion of them pu,rltased egt
goods taken and sold by the Marshall d
consisting in part,,viz:
Superfine Blue. Black, Invisible Greet,
and Green Cloth; Blue. Black and Fate!
Cass-linens, Keniucky Jeans; Broon.bvin d
nein; Superior domestic S la nkel !, Beaver Nei ,
200 pieces. Prints; Satin Stocks; Silks Wu
Gum SIOSIVP.II4PrF: I nfanta w. rued Boom
>;P00 1 Cotton; Shawls. ilandkerchb
bleached Muslinst. French and Enclna N
Saxony; WhiteTaile; Cotton Cord, ands
The vale 01 be continued every day ostO
nov 28. . WC , ' •
GO'D IEATCII.—WiII be void at
rnetial Auction Rooms, No. 110 Wol
Tuesday ITIO r,,ing nt 10 &clerk,
ONE. GOLD LEVEN WilTaLerd ird i
n uf4ei tare. R. A. 0/10
• ' • SiIER I FF 3 3 -Sag.
VIIIILL be lOW, at 8211,11251ei C 011110.".
. :_,...11""n'A, klo. 110 Wood sole', *
venther =h, commencing at 10 o'clock, l •s , '
tinning until disposed of, by order 1f 1 - •
Sheriff, the satire stock of a retail De1: 1 '.
recently - purchased, and well walk) i* , ;i
The stock consists, in part, of:
Bleached and Brown Muslin'; -•-:),
- Superfine Irish Linens;
American and London Prints; •.:
4.4 - Chintzes and Llynn
Merinoes and . Bon.brizines; ~
Flannels and Llnseys, ~..,
Cassimems and Rattiness; •
Foreign and Doomlie Broad CIOIW
Beaver and Pilot Cloths:
Valeniia.and lobar Winter Vestfor• ' •
A astssortrueni. of Hullers; • 1-*
Beaver, Rciakin and Itid Glover: _. 7 .
'GentinntWaand Ladies Plural:Pim'
-. : :t-Valk!,..,_, BP9O Ind Shan:
: I fPolii.Cottan and Patent Thread;
7 . • , Merino and illaiikel Shawli;
...., .....::- 'Acel6E46lms. and lose rtionfi
Canrvir.,/neonet aud Mall 110 110 .: .
, . Muslin deliaines;is pit '
um } -
Vlit.ith Other inerehand Ise usually '''
tablishments. , ' ..--
Tertris—.Casb, Oar gooney. 100
n23--4t R. A. I3 A -
ST RAY: 0 rii67.l-Sis Geese
,Aqieffbeest ;dew. appalls ci4l';;4
2,41. Theo/ow ean-kmve the* Pl 01 10
t s silar e* W al" /61
M`~ ~`ds= ~:~
Saad t a,
A II lr►h,
Wee , Link
M tr. Olet.
Ccititti ry Biagi
NEW Ey ,
Rh. at Si. Cilk.
GOLD f 4DI
DOOM AND :k 03
.0 111 In,lBl
r n ~ iekti
*OK - es
4diraOraiW a con- ,
1041 , 11 t the, may
- dersukriety- He
dorolie have svr a
of the p
aroim the corners
Lhe 'Park T
Ord Cherry Mt
FiessitY 'forbids' pen.
one; 'gni may save t
Id tik4l..to know who
ervt; thus, Mr. Po
of the Theatre, wh
l-ie tompaki with
night. with the r
. _ale at large.
n on tdt,, Airy w
t tweet halrglY
%MIA ithe ~tore
, LlO Thurvulay, w.
street. coinfort ably
• He't4ea taken
itiatt and I while the
tmatittnent,.; Mr. Mg
owns Mel hid on, we
h bad bren stolen
before the coat was to
nv , re closely; and
qty with timsc he ha:l
, 'n the bat and Metz w
unit...." We are t it
_Mak *jig -Stn)
niAt. It is Flipp
fan ineeperi ry.
- A , large number of
in the Sees.
night Mr Footer's
-caner or a call, the 1:
aseinbled in mass Facet
the old court bone, i
n S Ourday anerrinn
ing eras orrin‘zad by
thn Chair, and apps
" President: Richard
1. of the meeting was
Irks its objects stated
ch it was moved by
I. J. AM:abridge be n
didats for the office o;
-seconded, it was the
sly. The following
ere read to the meeti
as, This meeting bel .
• . i city has' been Brea
1 affairs being placed
•ed, That the =mho
• at. in the event of t
bridge. as the citiz-o
Mayor, he will faithf
aging to said office,
, lilies. -
d, That this meeti
the ability and fitin
*barge the.doties o
.d4re, we recommen ,
edly worthy of their
4, That, aithoueh w
services abould coast
4 we feel .that bit f
fr Gen's. i ikon ft, Sc
enterable battles of
•, Iro4 F . rir hi
Owl or ' fellow c
'•• ftee se t t pli'linte•
le halt meetings )+
"10441tOnd second •
, 'a meet* .: be publ
its fi firsts - ate MO
Colt . Mystery.-1
smeoraing to the
!artery of the
Trtast in front o
V.'s a fac
- - kittnided for tl
' 4lle " c4 iF ct