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..'•ort,all` surprised st the dexterity with
ittleit they sling these fragments over-their
absaldets into their baskets. Besides thetm ,
cOlieetors of petiles aliases, Ihe streets are
swept every morning; but still they .won't
Stisjekfikiert hour; andif Paris were - a met
eanttlteity like Lon lon or Liverpool, they
would be almost impassable for foot pas.
mangos before night. You will-see no pri•
vate dwellings; light, airy, aud. comfortable . ,
Wftball doors - and large windows, as with
us; and granger would conclude that
shire were no private dwellings in the
ii.?„ 'they are called hetes, and resemble
dine houses for the accommodatiOn of the
Ofilie:senerally. It is no easy task to find
vay into a private gent;emaa's hotel.
l i il4o 10 no hag door; anti the entry is first
griCittirt:'fird, through a small door in a
(iaeitive sate or double door, which requires
,conalderable Power to open or dose 1 . .
Tbereis a bell.pull at this itnmen e oaken
gateway, and its door is furnisi ed with an
Oily, black, plain iron rapper, about 10 lbs.
weight.' You may use the bell, or 'he rap.
per, or both; anti then an old woman. (gen
epily,) call , d a concierge, opens the door,
inquires what you want. and directs you
np the 'stairs to the floor where you will
find, y,/'our man. When you get to that
BOtor t you find several double doors all shut,
wittia bell.curd at each; and you ring again,
pailtiO at the wrong door. A servant
coMes.led points to the right door; and
when you have found the right place, you
have, ,perhap.. two or three lit'!" apart
vents in pass through, before you come to
'thet'parlor or receiving room.
like Unknown Nation of Central amerlen.
Those o! our readers (says the New
York Mornilig Post.) who have had the
Pleasure of perusing Mr. Stephen's Tray..
attain Yucatan, published some time since
by the Harpers, will remember tl e curious
account which is there given of what the
author call 'a living city,' by which is
Meant a city inhabited by a people who
*re entir ely unknown to the rest of the
wend. if we remember rightly, Mr. Ste..
phens professes to have derived his infor.
maritin from a wiser, who related that
when a youth; he had climbed to the top
of a sierra, some ten or twelve thousand
feet high, and looking over an immense
plain extending from Yucatan to the Gulf
of Mexico, saw a large city covering a
latge spot of groynd, with its walls, and
palaces, and turrets glittering in the sun-
The priest then went on to say, :hat the
'traditionary account of the neighboring
Chagril, for instance—was
that no white man bad ever reached that
airy; that they murdered every stranger
Who attempted to enter their territory,
that, they secterotrsiy kopt from all inter
&Artie with those around them, that they
weedrno coin, were in possession of no cat•
tle, or damestic animals, and that they
mail the secret of the history awl fate of
the populous race that once crowded the
pnd dilapidated cities that are scatter
ed Over the surface of Central America.
'When we first read this account of Mr.
Seephens, we were inclined to regard it,
either as an exaggeration of the good pa..
We; or as a wild and wmthless tale of
some Indian impostor. 8.. t we find on
reading the recent work of Mr. Norman,
that he snore than confirms the statement
of his forerunner. It appears, moreover,
that.the French traveler Waldeck conver-
Bei with some of the inhabitants of this
monastic city. Norman, as it will be seer.
by the following passage, speaks of such a
city, as though there could be no doubt of
'There is a district of country situated
between Guata,'nalia, Yucatan, and Chiap
as that has never yet been subdued. This
section is surrounded by mountains, and
is said to be inaccessible, except by one
way, and that not generally known. No
one yet, who has had the boldness to fol
low the inhabitants to their wild retreat,
hal ever returned to render an tr.:count of
Itiia journey. The inhabitants are repre-
Seined as speaking,the Maya and Tchole
languages, and many of them as conversing
well in Spanish. From the latter circum
siance,.they are enabled to visit the near
est pities, sell their tobacco, the principal
article they cultivate, and afterwards to
return, to their retreats. They are consti
tuted of the Lacandrons and other savage
Whits, are expert warriors, remarkably
athletic, and very cruel. They are wor
shippers of idols, and their religious ceri.
monies are slid to have undergone little
or no change.
'Palanque is in the neighbor hood of this
settlement; and Waldeck, who says he has
conversed with some of these people, un
- derstml that they bad white persons a
mong them—but whether they stay volun
tardy, or are detained as prisoners, he has
- not mentioned. The same nation is spoken
of by Mr. Stephens. Their number is es
timated, at thirty thousand; their secluded
node oflife makes it almost impossible to
arrive at, any thing like correct impressions
respecting them. The Indians of Yucatan
and the neighboring provinces have been
seen in conversation with persons from this
- district; they, however, appear to know as
little of the people of tsii-M I sp-ak as
°Ow". Could a friendly inter comm. by
any possibility, be established with this
slrpritung country, there is scarcely a
doubt' that a complete knowledge of the
former inhabitants of the immense ruins
scattered throughout the provinces, would
be revealed. That their temples and
ands ~ tremain-in safety, and are capable of
Sposskingrasiposterity,there can scarcely be
doubt lithe above be a true estimate
of-their numbers, since they have been en
*Wed 'to sustain themselves for ages (no
oneknows, how long) against enemies and
. rat" est ine.itars- and dissolution. It would
bosmore reasonable , to suppose that;they
are th. outcast Palasgi - - of -some itictuling
;martin.: and the remnants of power that
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at rengths';iiithin-410? *O,O l :itt4geee
hit* ankOdeiAllo9B.)4ilo" (611.111*
PeOttllol4*4 aftlY their
nationally indefiance of all the force that
surrounded them. ittlY well excite u.-‘-`
niversal astonishment, when the fact be
comes known, that there ac , tirlly exists,
within a territory of five . huldretl Miles, a
distinct people, that have governed them
selves for ages, and that they continue to
do so without assistance ier,protection- It
would be a lesson to mankind to - ascertain
how they have managetigheir self govern.
ing principles, and how they have preser—
ved the national individualty. . Three
centuries have transpired since the -con!
quest; and, if neither Yankee nor Irishman
have found- his way among these Lacad
rones before this, it deserves the careful
consideration both of the pefcbologist and
Pt R PRESIDENT',
Sul ject to the decision of a National Convention.
DAILY MORNING POST.
rintolAPS Wi. R. SMITR,YDITORSaPD PROPRISTORS
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1842
See riff.% Page.
Wa r log in Sea /Tn.
Every city in the United States is now
crowded with men, young android, who are
without any visible means of earning an
honest livelihood. Notwithstanding this,
we find young, men, who have an ample
competence to make life a pleasure, ahea
d ming the farm houses of their fathers, in
vain hope of enjoying a life of happiness
in a city. 'HOW delusive' The onlymen
who can be truly called independent are
farmers; farming is laborious, it is tt ue, but
they can retire to rest at night with assu-
I ranee that when they get up they will have
a good breakfast, which is comfort that can -
not be enjoyed by thousands who appear
to indulge in the luxuries and dissipations
. of a city life. The magnificence of the
"amusements of the capital," dazzle the
weak minded,and tempts them to forego the
real joys of their peaceful homes—and,
they discover their error, when it is too
late —when their habits are vitiated, and
their taste for the quiet of the country is
If farmer's sons could get a fore-taste
of the sweets and bitters of the city, before
giving up that real happiness, which is
their birthright, these wild visions would
quickly vanislv. The never ending snug
gle between wealth and poverty can give
comfort to but few. The profligate career
of some may seem "fine fun" to the novice•
but th.e. experience of a time, shows him
his rniserable delusion.
The evil does not fall upon themselves
alone, but society loses their services as
actual producers when they enter into pur
suits not necessary to the public good.—
listead of being useful citizens they he
corn, drones —mere consumers of the pro
duce of honest toil—and, not unfrequently
we regret to say, the direct plunderers of
the honest working.nan—for, we see them
living in luxury without any lucrative avo
cation to sustain them honestly. The
number of non-producers is increasing to
an alarming extent, and as their body
grows in number and becomes more reck
lessly extravagant, the masses of laborers
must necessarily be more and mere impovw
We do not say that all is jay and happi
ness in the country, and all misery in town,
hut it only requires a bird's eye vievi of
these antipodesl modes of living, to show
that it is so to a vet y considerable extent.
Curious fact.—Some experirnenterS - at
Montpelier Vt., put a mouse and a scorpi
on in a glass jar. The scorpion stung it,
and till then the mouse endeavored to re.
Ore; but afterwards began to tremble in
horror, and when apparently in the ago
nies of death, seized the scorpion and eat
it up, by which means it was cured.
The N. Y. Tribune suggests that a law
should be enacted imposing a fine of five
dollars-on every legal voter who neglected
to vole—the proceeds to be devoted to the
dissemination among the whole People of
'well prepared, practical information on
Public questions ergreatest interest.
Mr. Lewis, a respectable citizen of Al
bany. N. Y., committed apicide in that - city
on Saturday last, by hanging bitnee'f.
Another.—F. T. Taylor, an old respect
dd, and tnuch valued Citizen. residing near'
Danville, Ky., committed suicide a few
days ago, by shooting himself through the
head with a rifle.
Hurrafor Connectielit.--A Mri. Healy,
of Middletown, Con
~ the mother of seven
children; eloped from. her husband a few
days ago, in company with a lad twenty
yearss' to age, named -Benjamin. •
Several ,have been-found guilty
of voting franaileatly at the recent.elee
tion in Delaware, in New 'Catitlecoutitr
The, L Q ,gal pe Canada- are
reaufia-Broeies - - 314inument.,
. . .
e •1-44W.t. ' hear d of thl
At The reissitTing.:`. - • , a , ,
quege:l- **terra. L arise n rTa 01( teOut'in on Monday week
lation' from , e think theyv is hut. iittle-dOubt of the
these states that re udiated the , uneonstt- democrats having a 'Majority in the Legia- -
tutional conditions of the Apportionment:lonm whisk insure the election of
Bill. The federaliits, who go for suc h a Gov. Morton . The Bay State Democrat
construction of the Ceestliutitin as will suit of Thusrday, gives the returns as far as
theirpart y views at - the moment, "will in; heard, which shows - the following result...
sist on excluding the members from New Dent. witsg.
Hampshire, and other Stites that elected Members chosen bFfere, 153
their members according to their former I n 54 towns h ear d f rom, 25 39
customs. That they had a right to do so,
no one questioes. It was the duty of. Co
ngress to fix on the ratio of representation, - ,
and to apportion the number of-Represen
tatives fur each Stale, but it' had AO power
to dictate the manner in which these rep
resentatives shout] be elected. That is
a right whizb belongs to the sovereign
States, and it is recogenizerby the Presi
dent in a paper, as we learn - from the U.
Ilion, now opt_fi'e in the State Department,
We also learn from the same source, that
he would have vetoed the i but On ac—
count of the constant clamott against the
exercise of the veto power, and front a
conviction that Copgrc.ss itself would rem
edy the defects of the law at a subsequent
More of the Miele.-Webb and Marshall
Indicted in Delaware.
The Delaware State Journal of Tues
day says: "Vie understand that the Grand
Jury of New Castle County have found
true bills against Col. Webb, Mr. Mar
shall, and their associates, for a violation
of the laws of Delaware in relation to du
A requisition for the Colonel, says the
N. Y. -Aurora, is momentatily expected
.from the Governor of Little Delaware.
They treat criminals woasE in Delaware
than we do.—Only last week a burglar,
named J ohn Pemberton, was convicted, in
W ilmington, of breaking into a gentleman's
house and stealing a number of valuable
articles. He was sentenced to receive
twenty-five lashes on the back, to stand in
the pillmy one hour, pay a fine of five
hundred dollars, and to be confined in pri•
son four months.
.4 sensible Notice. , —the Little Rock,
Arkansas, Gazette contains the following:
"To all loafets and gamblers, who may
contemplate visiting this city doling the
winter, we f , would say, keep away from
Litt'e ROCK! You will certainly be dealt
%liar In the severest manner, if the least
credible evidence can be foetid of your
OP. Little Reck has undergone a pur
gation. 'You are the most. suspicious look
, ing, men in the country. Your very pur—
suits are prima fade evidence that you
are not the best men in the world. It is
you that the public will watch from the
moment you enter the city till you leave.
Cut-throats, robbers, blacklegs, loafers;
counterfeiters, and thieves, the further
you keep yourselves from Little Rock, the
safer you %ill be. You will prchably
curse us for this advice, but if ever you are
lodged in the Little Rock jail, you will be
more indignant at yourselves for net heed
Trial of M. J. Alexander.
This trial is progressing in Philadelphia.
From appearances there is reason to believe
he will get clear—not from wantof testimo
ny—nor from a belief that he is innocent—
but through the force of money. The
Sp. of the Times thus describes the means
taken to get a jury that would answer the
'The whole of the regular panel was first
' quashed t t hrough the ingenuity of the
' prisoneelf.counsel. How was the new
venire completed`( By going round to
the Star Hotel in. Dock - -street, and other
places, and taking down the names of the
persons present, and by inset dng also the
names of those who, from various motives
begged to have a chance of getting, upon
' the jury! What followed'( From out the
list thus prepared, certain men were se—
, ' lected. Almost every reputable person
on the special panel was peremptorily or
otherwise challenged, while in scarcely a
a single instance did the name of a man of
bad reputation .meet with objection!'
This furnishes an instructive comment
upon the legal system ends , ' which we
live. It is most probable that this bold
murderer will escape. Of course the pris
oner's counsel will gain much credit for
their shrewdness in shielding a villain
from punishment, which will be regarded
as a.professional laurel! After Alexandar
is sent forth to do more murder, if he will,
the court aad•lawyers who accomplished
it, will no doubt gravity talk of the corrup
'lion and venality of the press!
What's the cause of it?'-There are
more insane persons in Wales than irrany
other . art of Great 13ritain.
' Choked to death i on Meat—A. man at
the Bell Tavern, :in Philadelphia,' last
Wisconsin. —The people of this Ter—
ritory seem resolutely opposed he
formation- of a State teveruniest l
The Rife' of Me Joho
of Conn, ' is des&
Democratic majority„ . 4
There are now two towns to hear from
one of which will send a Democrat, and
the other is doubtful. We repeat our o
pinion, that the prospect is still good of
the'Democrats ha'ving a majority in the
DEATH OF THE SHERIFF OF PHILI AD?,
Henry Morris Esq., Sheriff of Philadelphia, ex
pired very suddenly on Thursday afternoon. He
had suffered for some time, from a dilrase of the
etomach, which had gradually deringed the fund
lions of the heart. He was greatly harraseed
his onerous ufficial duties, and by the' importuni
ties of real or pretended friends who were clamor
ous for the few official favors at his disposal. He
was passing, with his Deputy, Geo. Norton, from
the Sheriff's Office to the Office of his counsel,
Mr, Meredith. when he was seized with a painful
feel ing of the heart. At the S. E corner of 7th
and George streets he halted for a moment or two
to inhale the fresh air blowisg up 7th street from
Washington Square, fancying that it would re ,
lieve him: Feeling faint, he placed his lelhand
against the south wall of the buildings at that cor
ner—then suddenly tottered and fell. Mr. Nor
ton caught him in his arms jast as he reached the
ground. Matthew 11. MeE.ven, and N. P. Sulli
van, who were standing near in George street con
versing,and two wood sawyers who were at work
within a foot or two,ran up, and assisted Mr. Nor•
ton to carry the Sheriff into "The Presbyterian
Publication office. They placed him on a chair
and despatched messengers for medical aid. He
expired, however, before they returned.
The Coroner, Mr. Reelsford, Was Fent for, and
declared it his duly to hold an inquest over the
b •dytThis was objected to by Dr Morrie, a broth.
er of the deceased, who is said to have treated
Mr. B. with much disrespect, and to have used vi
olent language to him. The verdict of the Jury
were in 110(km - dal:ice with the facts above given.—
His disease has heretofore been termed IVhitt Ap.
The Coroner o ill discharge the duties of die
Sheriffalty until the G .v ernor Saatl have filled
the vacancy. 1 - I,s apprintmeut will fill the office
until the next eltctiou. The dal after the death
of Mr. M., 3. B. Sutherland, J H . Flu chison,—
will was the regular democatic candidate when
Mr. ‘ , lorris was elected and Paniel Smith, who
was an irregular candidate at the same time, went
to Earl isburgh, to ask the rlfier.
TR EMEN IMUS Okii4
SHIPWRECKS AND LOSS OF LIFE !
Huston papers of Thursday give an 'ac
count of a dreadful storm which visited the
harbor at that place on Wednesday night last
It commenced about 6 o'clock and contin
ued until 2 o'clock on Thursday evening.
The Post says that more than a dozen
vessels had been sunk and the crews of
some of them had perished.
The Post says: Perhaps no gale that
has visited this place for some time has de
stroyed so much property in so short a
time. We fear that a few days will unfold
tales of shipwreck and death along our
coasts, that will bring pain and sorrow to
many a bereaved bosom.
We have taken tin notice of the damage
on the land, but undoubtedly it is consid—
erable—for nothing fragile, exposed to
such fury, could escape unscathed.
The Forthcoming Message
A Washington correspondent of the
Roston Post wilt) appears to spettk of mat
ters knowingly, hasthe following remarks
on the character of President Tyler's mes
sage. which will be sent to Congress to
day at 12 o'clock.
•'l.3y certain immaterial alterations, it
can be made to approximate very closely
to tile independent Treasury. He will ad
vise such modifications of the present tar.
iff as may produce greater revenue, with
less opprobtiOlti inequalities and excesses,
and will adhere in principle to the terms of
the compromise act. He will also. besides
other suggestions of public import, recom•
mend that justice, though so late, be done
to the claims and reputation of a former
distinguished plOti c servant."
Taking it easy.—The editor of a coon
paper in Michigan has been put in jail.—
He has placed a cut, a gloomy looking
grated window at the head of his editorial
column, and dates his- articles "in jail."—
He seems determined to make the most of
his new situation;drives the horrors of the
prison - off by laughing at his persecutors.
He says:—'As for ourself, we expect
no bail, bat we will not repine, :Instead
of writing nights after having Walked hard
arday, we now have the whole t ne. : -
We hope , to , see our friend's any tfite e y
are disposed - to call, and any-testimony - .of
thei,r regard will be grate fury. received?
. Et laf.. -:'
b ..4441:P0li d t Wr"
*tad* 11124 whd ~.rCan a t. . -: s
inleitusiellet rikiiii*g actSt medics tilitte .
Ichiiiiiiilledught krtip 'hill been used fur=the
last six years by, the teeet , .!"l4
of Pittsburgh end vieluity.=—"Pig themfor you r.
Extracg frow,fhe l'iffsburgh Daily Advocate.
We lave 'e horror 0r nostritari to general, but
there is one which we votesrata to recommend
to all who arc la clad with c.mghs. We were se-
riously a self rat Worn a iiolent cough, a few days
since; and a bottlauflrnperial Cough Syrop,which
we bought of Shinn" and &Mere, 'relieved
us perfectly. It is no trifling rnlrit of this Syr..
up, that _ it is quite agreeable - A , ' the palate.. To
common humanity we must recornmend'the T#►*
perial Cough Syrup to all who are eufferhag
fresh colds. •
neiteartn,.Richland Co, Ohio,
I have used s lonr cough 'Syrurrrit y
more or, loss for.;hc last four years,and have found
it do to more efficacious in coughs and colds. at.
tended with hlarseness, than any other article I
havb ever u.ed. Mrs. Reeves is highly delighted
with its effects when administered W the children;
and experience convinces me th it I am safe in
saying that it may be taken by old and young to
From the Pittsburgh Daily : Sun.
1113Pnial Cough Syrup.-This Syrup, made iu this
city b/ R. E. Sellers, has acquired an excellent
nharieter, and is now extensively used, in this ci-
ty, with success. The H ell known cbxracter of
the Maisurlctnrer is a sufficient guarantee that
the Syrup conf sins no deleterious substance, and
its success is the brat reason why it should be pat,
Sold wholesale a d retail. by
It. E. SELLERS, Proprietor,
N. 20 Wood stree., below 2nd, Pittsburgh,
an 1 by H. P. Schwartz and J hn Mitch•.ll.Alleghe
ny city. Price—per bottle, 50 and 25 cents.
Dec. 6, 1842. yl.
SLILNN & SELLERS' VEIL M I FUG E:
Warranted equal lo any now before the public !
No tainily ought or will be without it after a trial.
WORMS frequently infest children, aggra
vote all other disea4es, and are capable of
producing great disturbances in the system, and
consequently all medicines given to remove them,
should be prepared with gr at care, and of the best
mitterial-; and it is to be feared that many of the
worm medicines in u+e ate totally desti'ute of
these qualities. The vermifuge which the sub
scriber oilers to the public is prepared of the best
materials that can be procured; and it is ganing
fo- itself a reputation which entitles it to a large
share of publie patronage. The efficacy of this
preparation to relieve the rising generation erom
one of its greatest enemies is fully attested by the
The following certificate is from the Rev. C.
Cook, pastor of one of the Methodist Episcopal
churches i Pittsburgh:—
Messrs. Shinn and Sellers;—l gave my littl.e
daughtsx, b .tw eu thr , e and four years old, three
doses of your Verinifuge.agteeably to prescription,
with the happiest success.
The number at worms expelled I do not know
precisely, hot it was 'urge. She is now to the pos-
session of grand health
I think the m-dicine may be confuloh: in with
srreat unreservedness. C. COOK
Tie folnwing is from the Rev. S. E. Ilibenelt,
pastor of the Melhodi•l Episeorod Wall, Smith
field street, Pilisburg'•;—
Messrs Shinn and Sellar-4;—lt is with etre it
p'easure I would in trrin you of the good cfi',.ts
producel - on any sm of fun- years of age by your
jnstly ci lebrated Vermifoge. After his hat ing
convult.inns. I gore to bin three do-tes, when he
passed au almost ineredible number of worms; f tun
which time his general health ha. been improved.
S. E. BA BCOCK.
I hereby certify that I have used Shinn and Sel.
lers' Verrnifuge in my family, and can positively
say it excels anything I have ever-tried for the de
struction of worms. JOHN G ZESVENER.
N: wville, Ohio. •
Eq.?! Palestine, June 29,18.2:
Messrs Shinn and Sellerct—Gentlernen—You
will recollec'. that when I was in Pittsburgh. in
April la‘t, 1 purchased of you a dozen of your
Vermifnee. To test its virtue. (after having used
without elect the Amerman Worm Specific, and
some that is made in your city by Vahnestock,ami
said- "never to have faile 1 in a single instance,l'l
I give it to one of my children who had been corn
plaining for a long time.and I am happy to inform
you, that it brought away a large quantity of
worms, and that my child is now enjoyitrg good
I have also disposed ofonc or two vials, end the
persons who got them state that it produced the
Believing it is equal if not euperior to any Ver.
mifuge before the public, I am your friend.
- AND. CRAIG.
Clarkearille, Pa., March 4, 1842.
Messr.. Shinn and Sellers;-1 think your Ver-
mifuge preferable to any I hove ever-seen or used
—there is no other used In this part of the cot nary
whcn.it can be procured—four and five hundred
worms are ofteleclestroyed by the use of-one vial.
You will please send me twelve dozen at this time.
Yours respectfully, MS MeMRANB, M. D.
Prepared only, and sold by - •
Wholesale ant retail Druggist,
Nu. 20 Wood street, Pittsburgh.
Dec. 6, 1843 ly
Smitlgfeld strett, between Third an
Respectfully hifortns the citizens of Pitisbuigh and Its
vieittjt y, that he is prepared to receive and,eseente altar.
ders Air any description of work in his line of Imathess.
'He has on hand, and will he constantly receiving. a gen
e ral, a ran ri Merit of CLOTns,Cisausagics inn VirSTINGS.
He will mike ism k to order, at lower rates, than any
other establishment in the city. 9c,has no hesitation In.
saying, that his work, as to • quality of goods, elegance of
fit and workmanship, cannot he surpasiled any °thereto
tfthllshment in this city. - • • . '
IFTIAILE- notice that we bees applied to tfeJodges °fib.
X Court of Common Neon et Alifffienscooniy, (sr
the benefit of the laws ettsetedfor the reihtictilosoiweet
debtors, and Abet said coottlioappitiiektbe 26111 day
of Delwin* inst..tt thegoert Heswet•Tri_thexity prPlite.
brho 041101 ring AP 'scam( os0:00-4 - 111;ip, when end
ri - lher ttere
- • '• -,‘
Pi tabargh, December 14, 1835
NEW TAILORING' EST A BUSH M ENT, ,
By punctuality and unremitting attention to Madness,
he hopes to merit and receives Share of pahlic patronage.
Person" furnishing their own materinlg , will find It to
their`advantage to call, before ;phi elsewhere.
dec 6; If.
The my to Ilia Doo m , :
in Ohio writes to his fattier ih at
Daddy: I conclewded Mateo
git grinded into a Doctor. 1 . ,
thi n k I was dovrn More than 3 00 1,
out I rum 88 slick . a wan it
Hale Ca l .untby, haw k
if 1 aiut a 'Doctor, I'll be d '
I pukes, t purges, an' Li m ;
- Then, if thie di, wi—thenti,
"I - gOts plenty of custom
says they dime eezy, w het
don't forgit to put. Doctor afor e g o
An English paper says the g
-estatinster is worth nine
ars a Clay! To balanie ad,
y a . re starving
is r ; 6 4l :,
. .rhe Ctn. Sun says that 14,A2
ToWu" will "do much gooda. ,
nothing but truth." The we.
propriate. The same, boat`
said of some other papers we hni
. A• late emigrant from Greatll','":l
ing to an. American farmer„f4 l
periority of that country overti,4
trienees, and natural prodocii ev. : .
of proof asked (p t ,
W hat 40 you call the?'
moon,' said the farmer.
rejoined the Englishtnan, T H '
the itarr in England are talk
We copy the above from
merican Daily Advertiser, of 17' ,
would stippose that the civil si
convulsions of the \an fifty
wrought so little change in the .
the English emigrani!
Going it Strong.—The Bou
nounces the democratic pant
setts a,' th veriest set cWi l i
gngues. agrar ians, and cit
ever cursed any commuiri
Convict ion for attempllig %
A negto man was tried is
Montgomery county (Md.) en:
tempting to - poison a camilynta . ..
eats, found guilty and seet...
penitentiary for nineyears end
Two negroes were also varlet
tieing slayes to leave their
sentenced one lot ten years and
and the other for five yeaa
months in the penitentiary.
A man nano d Davin
has been ditedted in forgtriog
Nichols' ft its pikkea
In front of Capt.
ON PENN writ al
Open at 1.4 past. 6. Performara
N. B. The ladies and gent amen who
visit the AmPltitlieatre can r so.mool
will be sitared to 'Mike them c)mforlah4.
is WArtril ED Tar ow; nouT wi hp:rod
THIS 'EVENING, Dec 6, a 01
entertainment. For pai lieu] s,xt
A IILAIITT A NCG---Boxas 59 cents:Pa i;
riNAKE NOTICE calahug
harboring of trumainz my witelacC
acconutt. as 1:sliall pay nu Mu olkr •
December 8. 1842. (it.) iricigr
I.XTER GOT/ _.•
BriAVER AND PILOTC OO. .
P. Delany; Tailor, NeallV 4 •
2nd .Door above ozif
HAS eomplete d a g e n et:dl.scilit nitl
log. consisting in pact of dicAtd DI _
cloth frock and overcoats; heavy
cloth velvet trimmed,and plain; or/
and frock Cloth ioals, rashiosalikrokriar
plain and Carey elosinet pants, cloth HI
superior quality; every description Of • ~••
the season, and will I e sold low (oral.
lag to nave fashionable prince's vied
al will find them at th is eslahlivihne
bil nt. -
led equal to any , In the city. A ge
hand to muke,do, order.
Megan. Douag,hy and ThatsailltCoo
ealablishment and will he murk pleveJltiteih e
several friends. Goad ins higneill
Pittabursh,Dic. 1, 1:142.
ISAAC -CRUSE. 198 Liitrly stoottes
eels Gaeta Aprues;
60- Rnahels deed. do.. pal t eztra qsaftfr.
95 Bashets dried Peaehes—si ls,
Raisins and Figs by the Bps.
QUTRAY BORSE —CNne to the PI
.. 01 Pine township, on Saturday bel9lll
Fl'isrk Horst. with four white fed, : 0
forehead and a snip on his nose ,ll4l
lUPPosad to he 14 or 15 years old,
to come and proVe property pa! 0446 _
'rev or he will be sold secordis•
Dee. 5. 1342: 31*
BRONOHITIS. n dowser
which is annually sneePhl t o
sandy to a premature grave,
ofeonnuption, is atways cured',
pectoi ant. The symptoms ofig
tOielleSS of the'ungs of throa t .
tre gt king. asthma, hectic fel
Matter. and siert Imes blOnd.
fine ekie Which tioe3lllP Inside 01...,egg
tubes al r,vesSels, writer( n
taOn, fever, ad
fillgt and produdes a fresh ankrne
edre is soon fiat "tort
Heim VOtl A Af oOa
meta premature dea ths for tae V i g
to a COMMOA oold.
114 , 11 r. ittitl a coven Dr. "r " ";
Medical prescription, containing nti
need in an extensive practire
postively afford relief and rav e /w oa a' o l les.
irllo the grave, hundreds of .bc
the lovety, and the sJY ,
int/Mee Yin a Pouga f e.
remedy (roe Obeid ta lc to cur . T a
sou , :that in , no one of tire 000°4"
. 4 alle : n `Sol it i onw aseit t - f l ybo -: ; itas T lesa btai n le r st attin f r o cddrni : r in p rel p.. l....ntt:trei e be l ikercel4 l
oty eatbot .
; otertk streets
~~: ~~ isa~•
---- --1-'-'-'----;044 40
-'.- --- Abot.
-- --- - 4 „.7.4.K t u t e's ad
- • rot.
us , 7, •
the Washington Ban,
io. We learn that it
c almly and will eonti
cause o f Temperance
jt is :`now publis
inPittehargh and Atle
itT u irat—We learn tha
into the Weste
/eon& -Canal for the
__the TraaAportat ion
obit) , ofbi inging their
sti into this. port, an
ing up at difforent pain
o for isoats , going ens
will then .b.e 4 withdra w n
Man, Was sentenced o
a, to ten years imprts
ru Penitentiary. He i
with much Tortitude nn
• behaved .ex tre In el
he whole trig, and ever
The punishment was
dge,enuld Assign. if .
.hionahle financiers we
as severely for what th
into the currency, they
spendebout a eentu
the dnetor inhabits.
ingenuity, of Thtev
r Uce Eli:1, in. making hi
*wars and means" ad'
tight fingered gent
had take'n ali they
aloe from the varlet
t e Amine paper,. e.
,tintl gnt s.
:chest from the ceiling
. done and nod
1 tiff e u 01. They
h the Niel vaults,
anti ether articles or 1,
th a view 01 inducing
er had ro•nmitted th
1411 their trouble has ,
litytiottB Sehemeti to
ve , urtteti out onavai
w . th his pookilani
nil dry'-on the Elul
tttil - bron4lll het . .
Patton, who will no
lnett tif-Sunday ti
tit no 11 ulif raise Very
- vet The Ete irsboatt ,
eady to travel. Be •
r tai beirery brisk.
Weathet yesterday Vl
h We did nut bear of
ire of ha lietril , y, and
lit to take the life of a
a the scorethat two i
hill/ were at first of
- manslaughter; on
Cellor ought to h,
); they closed up
vihith they made th
Llst. unt,l4l. the Theatr
kilery,lo wit tters the most
reasup., to the repreaeatat
Ali wer e in rapoures. To
and e would advise all
rforntoners trJgoto. htai
to permit Cola to e
iff Hat t.comrantrita.
ermen of the city of
-th ult., that he had
neement of of the Cu
nulil yo du what is he
r sum equal to that
e seat to you on
ovember, 1842. T
acquaintance with Ci
reiations or, Mends.
re benevolence and
d the undersigned to
•d tot non the con(
e to, and positively re
This you can dotisci
error -to th - e Court
)1 on the score of an i
inlent prejudice havi
created by tar
of the city agaittat
the title repuplid
ability the law en
'iltfrtipee will this wi ,
Ahe score:that flov. B
Infe&-paid on Colt
being well ascel
,_r eli o r /limey reasons
the moment, the
aikven. tUle ups
ty e the
lea wi lt t
' ltattig uniustiSr
Ifflnbieeke - god'`
1140044 end "