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4 iiim avilie knelt r and - the tears chased each or thinking it aver duty to Watch h er as
other like rain down hei cheeks. The you do. .
solemnity with which she insisted on gaily- .. Lamb Laudher, you sayahei you'd iath
lig het ptin. staggered Lamh Laudher not erl.here wits no ill , will between
art.art.us. --- -
$ littkr. - -. ' 1 -- say - that. Ou knows, from my
ere . must be something miller this, he Then there's one way - that it may be so.
re rettWat-makee•yoOeet your heart onit. Give up Ellen you'll find it for your own
.0 4 t h
100 mush. -Ellen tell Me the truth ; what is interest to do so. - - -
id Show me that, Meehau l .
-Give her up, I. say, and then .1 may te ll
If I leredini lice,
an' my - broth-
tteitg;l - vionldn't:eare 90 much about it. .
Meehaul - good night. Go.home.
Remember thitt I'm, a ,womaii, an' on my
They hart • noW entered the principal,
knees Mtforeyou. A. blow trim you would
MAW hint take your life or mine, sooner street of the townrand is they proceeded
in what appeared to
than that I shouldecome your wife. You be in an earnest, per
baps a friendlycOnVersation, many ef their
ought to know his temper..
,:-IfoilltnOW, 'Ellen, I can't at heart refuse acquaintances,
respective who lounged in
the moonlight about their doors, were not
Y6tiOnY thing. I Will not strike your broth
a little surprised at seeing them in close
tr.- .. ~ conference. When Lamb Laudher wish
' you piornige- before God; that no provo
eation:W.lll 'Make you strike him? ed him good night. he had reached an off
Tfitti i a bird, Ellen; but—well, 1 do he- street which led towards his father's house,
a circumstance at which he rejoiced, as it
fore G0d,.1 -=art'- -- art' its for your - sake I
You would have been the means, be hoped, of
-say it. Now get up, dear, get up. -
, terminating a dialogue that was irksome to
have got me, te.do what no mortal , livin
bothparties. He found himself, however,
could bring me to bet Yoniself. I euepose•
rather unexpectedly anii rudely arrested by
that's what .made you send Nstese ?
. 111 . 001-
Itlinlor my staff ' - his companion.
We can't part, Lamb Laudher, sa
NanseM'Collutn? When? Meehaul, seizing him by the collar, till
Why, a while ago. She told me a quare
this business is settled-1 mane till you
enough story, or rather no story at all, only
thit yodcou'dn't comer an' that you c „1,1 promise to give my sister up. •
Conte, in' I was to give up my stall to her Then we must stand here, Meehaul, as
hY your ordher.? long as we live—an' I surely won't do
e told you
'Sh false, John, I know noth
. You must give her up, man.
itit shout what you say.
'' Well, - -Ellen, replied LampLaudher,Must! Is it must from a Neil to a Lamb
Laudher? You forget
leith tape seriousness of manner, you have Pyo poor now; but
*right me into danger I doubt, wt , e ,„ t you are rich now, an m
kneWinit. - Fur my own part I don't care any old friend can tell you the differ be
sitMach. - Eler unlucky aunt met me coin- tween your grandfather an' mine, Must
ire ere this evenin', and threatened both indeed!
auffanfily and yours. I know she would sink- Ay; must is the word, I say; an' I tell
tielnto the earth if she could. Either she You that from this spot, you won't go till
or yoe brother is at the bottom of this bu- you swear to do it; or this stick—an' it's a
sinest, whatever it is. Your brother I don't good one—will bring you to submission.
fear; bet she is to be dreaded, if all's true I have no stick, an' I suppose I may
(haft said about her. thaelt yoofor ,that.
*NO - '
, john—she surely couldn't have the What do you mane? said Neil; but no
. • ~ .
neartan harm you an' me. Oh, but I'm matther —I dour want it. There—to the
divil with it; and as he spoke he flung it
light now, since you did what I wanted you.
No harm ran come between you and Mee- over the roof of the adjoining house.
haul; fel. I have often heard him say, when Now give up my sister, or take the con
speakire about his faction fights, that no sequence.
otte but a coward would strike an unre i t.,. Meehaul, go home I say. You know I
in' man. Now come and see me past the don't fear any single man that ever breath-
Pedlarce Cairn, an' remember that yell ed; but, above all men on this earth, I
thank ',defer what I made you do this night. wish to avoid a quarrel with you. Do
Conn quickly—l'll be missed. you think, in the meantime, that even if I
37.6 y then-passed -on by a circuitous and didn't care a straw for,e,eur sister, I could
„....____ path th at led aroutel the orchard, be mane enough to let myself be bullied
the PesitireYomlncled her in sa fety - ecea , ...l_ , Ite of her by you ; or are' of your faction?
from a heap of stones thaCff;illieeen ti,,,,. ea' ' t'krirg:--..-I:_se spare your breath an'
ly piled together, to mark the spot as the 1 (711 be Ciont-s.
scene of a -Murder.-whose history, thus per•
pi:Masted' by the custom of every passenger
eating a 'atone npOn the place, constituted
one of the leg 1 traditions ofl .
oft he neighbor
After a tender good night, given in a
truly' poetical manner under the breaking
light of a May moon, he found it necessa
ry to retrace his steps by a path which
wound round the orchard, an - 1 terminated
in the public entrance to the to NO. Along
this suburban street he had advanced hut a
short way, when he found himself overta
keri and arrested by his bitter and determi
ned foe, Nlrehaul Neil. The connexion
between this rencounter with her le other
flashed on him forcibly: he resolved, how
ever, to - be guidod by her wishes, and with
this purpose on his part, the following dia
logue took place between theli'heads of the
rival factions. When we' say, however,
that Lamh Laudher was the • head of his
party, we beg to be understood as alluding
to his pet)ional courage and prowess; for
there were in it men, of far greater wealth
and of higher respectability, so far as mere
wealth could confer the latter.
Lamh Laudher, said Meehiul, whenever
a Neal speaks to you, you may know it's
not in friendship.
I knowthat, slechaul Niel, without hear
ing* from you. Speak, what have you to
There was a lime, observed the other,
when you and I were enemies only because
our dermas were enemies; but now there
is, and you know it, a blacker hatred be
I would rather there was not, Meehaub
for-my own part, 1 have no ill will against
either you 0.1 yours, an'. you know that; so
when you talk of hatred, speak only Er
Don't be mine, man, said Neil; don't
make thorn that hates ynu.despibe you in
to the bargain.
Larch Laudher turned towards him
Stately; and his eye gleamed with passion;
butbeitamed iitely recollected himself; and
What is yoUr business with me this night
"You'll know that soon enough—sooner
mar-be, than you wish. I now ask you
to tell me,- if-you are an honest man, where
you have been? .
am as honest, Neehaul as any man
that ever carried the name of Neil upon
him,•and yet I won't tell you that, till you
show me what right you have to ask me.
kbelieve you forget that Ellen Neil's
brother; now, LambLaufdher as her broth•
er. I chooses to insist an you answering me.
4* by:her wish. 9
ppose 1 legit -14
Ay! but I Wolin, suppose that, tilt you
lay:Iolie right land,on your heart, and 413•
elm* ae-an• honest Man, thattut, Man—
this is nonsense.. 'ltleehatil go home— I
woulli4atheiThere was f iendship--between
'You: were with Wen this night in the
Greasy. quarry. '
/ Are you sure of that!
I vw you- both—l watched you both;
you4th 4er beyond the Pedler's Cairn,
endyotere now on your way borne,
And:the more mane you, Meehaul, to
btworne a spy upon a gird that you know
is impure as the light from heaven. 'Yetii
ouggitt 1,0 biredvfor doubting Lich a elate!,
Ij D (ISXDI 4;1
WASHINGTON CITY, Dap. 15th, 1842
Mr. Calhoun appeareci-his seat to
Several petitions asking the adoption of
the warehousing system were presented
Mr. Benton offered a resolution canine.
for information as to the celebrated 'quintu
ple treaty,' for the suppression of the slave
trade. It lies over.
After the introduction of other resolu
tions of inquiry, at an early hour the Sen.
ate went into an executive session.
HOUSE OF REPRE3E:iiTATIVES
A prayer was offered by the Rev. Mr.
Tiffany, the newly elected Chaplain.
On motion of Mr. Fillmore. the civil
and diplormtic appropriation bill reported
yesterday, 'was taken up in committee of
After the-bill had been read through by
the clerk, Mr. Gilmer moved to strike out
the item appropriating $750 for extra
clerk hire in the Treasury Department.
A debate sprung up which was continued '
by Messrs. Gilmer, Filmore, Black, Smith,
Cushing, and many others, ti l 3 o'clock.--
The question was taken on the motion to
strike out, and it was negatived.
After the reading of sundry other items ,
of the bill, all of which were passed over
without amendment, the committee lose
and reported progress,
Reports accompanied by estimates, were
received from the Treasury Department,
and ordered to be printed. The House
I am recoested to state that the Rev.
Mr. Tiffany, Chaplain to the House, will
preach at the Capitol next Sunday morn—
ing. There will be regular preaching ev
ery Sunday by one of the Chaplains, du.
ting the session.—Baltimore Sun.
The Presidency,—The Iron County
Democrat, at Clarion, thus reasons about
the candidates for the next Presidency.
The editor says: is is 'still a disputed to.
pie. The names of Buchanan, Cabs, Van
Buren, and Johnson, are still held. forward
by their respective friends for ilia consid
eration of the people. We approve of a
candid canvassing of merit and general in—
terchange of opinion. The democracy
can then select the best man and unite in
his support. And when it comes fairly to
the test, we balieve, as we hope, that the
choice of the people will be the distinguish
ed and worthy representative of I",nnsyl—
Revolution inl Pens.—The Madivonian announw
ces that it has reef:iced, from ant authentic soarae,
the following particulars respectieg the reiolutiou
in Pere, which took , place in August last.
General Torrica. supported by the military, do..
posed President:Menendez, a n d took posessaion of
the Gov •rnment, styling , himselfieltief of the Na
tion.' This act of tiolettee was consummated
very quickly and quietly. There was a no blood
shed, no tumult, no resistance.` Two or three per.
sons were arrested, but they were soon released;
and there have not been any expulsions, which is
rather extraordinary, So far, Torrieo has aston
ished every body by his moderation‘ Lie has
gone to the South with his army to pat down Gen.
eral Vidal, who has ala r proclaimed himself .Su..
preme Chief' of Owe. I.n.FCIEMitt seems to have
been set aside by the Southern 'army. The Gov
ernment ittinte lo„ at present, cumPardni af: a
Provisiotud Executive and`Minister' General.
• - - - pas ,rxismw,
JA dg.V7 - C a A NA_ N
Subjee t;io . Oa' - . 4111:d1 1 41_nor a Natlioaai Conreetion.
DAILY MORNING POST.
Tltt. NM* IDITOR7AIIIII TROfRiRTORI
TriEFDAY., 29.1848: .
See First Page.
On the 14th the President returned the
bill for the repeal or the distribution clause
of the land bfll, and the bH for taking tes
timony in case of contested elections, which
were sent to him just at the close or last ,
session. This he gives as the reason why
no'clenistve action was had by him on the
said hills. With regard to the bill rept
'sting the taking of te.sti stony. in cases of
contested electioia, and which requires
the elections to be hel l on the ,District
plan, he says:
"As the bill has failed under the:pravia•
ions of the constitutio t to become a law,
I abstain fro•n expressing any opinions on
its several provisions. keeping myself who!.
ly uncommitted as to my ultimate action
on any aimi'ar measure, should the House
think proper to originate it de novo,—ex
cept so far as my opinion of the unqualifi
ed power of each House, to decid for
itself upon the election returns, and quali
fications of its own members—has been
expressed by me in a paper lodged in the
Department of State, _at the time otg i.
ing an act entitled 'an act for the appoint
ment of Representatives among the seven
ral States, approved June 22, 1812,' a co
py of which is in, the possession of the
Another Fratricide in Sayville Vasachuselts.—
A fiend in human shape, who has bean peddling,
hymn books in Sayville for the last six months,
lately murdered his brother, a methodist preach.
er, in the mo•tt shoc'ring in inn :r. lie screwed his
victim's head to the limb of an apple tree with a
blacksmith's vice, then attached a basket to his
heel;, into which he continued to heave large
rocks until the elergyman's head was drawn out
by the roots. The villain was arrested and tried
—verdict "insassity" and 'tj ietifiable h acn:cide!'
So much for justice in -Sawville.
The good people of New York, it is said, are
paying 25 cents per head to get a sight at some
...t oft dresses of Queen Victoria.
Fumy Pi -ce. rt - -
out anew pl.ty founded on tne - ntsmr.„ —r
brigands, who 1.1.4 ed t) extort ralley &o n their
eiptive, by roasting their fart—a peculiarly un
pleasant nr,ve4s. Thee fried ',lee ore now the
nightly flush of the Parisians.
The e of 5.0v.0 Crr•riina, on the
Mat , elected Jlllle3 H Ham noir], G weAmr of
that State. 'He is a Calhoun man.
Advice to Forcignem —The lion. Ati in V in
derpoel, in a lernure lately delivered by him at Al
bany, rives some excellent advice to adop ed cit
izens. 11 gis the importanc of their perfect
incorporation a; c trz! - 11—an ohl,teration, as far
possible, of tha dis;inctivo foreign character —the
avoidance of all nitionality, Rill.: the great and
broad nation LI distinction .of Aineriean citizens.
A Tough Story about Tough Venison-9 gen•
tleman informs the editor of the Cencordi Intel
ligencer, that he was shlwn, a few days since, a
ham of venison probably a century old, and in a
perfect state of preservation. Fie was asked to
take a slice, and accordingly appli:d his knife for
the purpose—but it was pel;ifled! yet Im per
fect in appearance., that any one mieit
Retarned—McDowell the Painter, wlin eloped
lately with the worser half of Mr. Baelistone, of
Philadelphia, has returned with Ilia fair compan"
inn. Mr. McDowell was he'd to bail—Mrs. Black'
atone has not yet been captured. UnfortunAtely
both parties have partners living.
();—The editor of the aviton Post '?says, "an
old bachelor" vent him the following couplet;
"There lives no goose so gray but soon or late
Will find some silly gander for her mate."
The late Duke of Orleans and Horse Racing.—
"Nntwithgtandine the death of the Duke of Or
leanv," eery' French paper, "the King has de
termined to patronize racing"
New York Canal Tolls.—Tire receipts for Tolls
on the New York Canal show a falling off as com
pared with those of Oa stm•: year of 2,810 &A
Gov. Dorr is stilt in New Hampshire.
The members of the Legislature of the
State, and citizens of Concord, to the num
ber of one hundred and fifty, addressed a
letter to him upon the affairs of/Rhode Is—
land dieting to hear him on the great toes
scion ilpopular sovereignty in that State,
at the old North Church in Concord, on
Wednesday: Governor Dort. replied in
appropriate term;, and consented-to the ar
Port of New York.—there are now - in
port. says tha Sao, 70 ships, 22 barks, 62
,brigs, 265 schooners, and 261 sloops, with
an aggtegate tonnage of - 85,273; also, 83
steamboats, including ferry boats—tonnage
17,495. Of the ships. bark& and brigs,
bout one-third are for sale nr lyingidle;
about one third are for frieghvot - Orketert
and the balance taking in and di'46l Oft
Theatrical affairs in our city, at present
dates, are morillOurhthing than elsewhere
in the Union; says the Philadtaphia Fn
Kettilley, of the Uni ea States ship Con—
stellatien; has obtain d indemnity for the
losses sustained by 'the Americans in the
attack on Canton. ,i'he amount\ °kilned
was $7,800, but the Chinese hate paid
3.10,000, besides a Present_ of $2OOO in
teas Etc.—all of which has been placed in
the hands of the U. $. Consul at ',Vises°.
''f 'From piesent a ppearances there
will be a quantity oecan.didates . for Mayor
fit the approaching election. We hear of
several aspirants who •feel ambitious of
entering into the suhlime contest. What
the result will- be we do not pretand to
predict, further tlitnlthlt it is coke probe.
ble that one of them will beat. We. go
CCP•A. pror but virtuous widow lady of
Lynn, Mass , recently died in that, town"',
under peculiar distiesiing circumstances.
It appears that for some time previous to
her death she had bnen so unwell as not,t4C
be able to work, and the scanty allowa :
of fond upon which She had existed so im—'
paired her health, that she died; so we
are informe e d
by a;:respectable party, and
furthermore, that on a post-mortem exam
ination, it WAS stated by a physician who
made it, that the woman hid actually died
from the wantoof a sufficiency of-food,
in other words, of starvation!
The above, from the N. V. Sun, is a sad
paragraph, and ono we had hoped never to
have seen ir. an American newspaper.
We fear there is a peat deal of suffering
everywhere, and particularly among those
who heretofore have been in cornfortable
circumstances, but !educed to poverty. du.
ring the past five years.
A machine has been invented for cut.»
Ling sugar cane, which will perform the
work of 30 negroes.
The Abolitionists have held a convention
at Utica at which W. D. Gartison and
Mrs. Abby Kelly were the chief,ectors.
Four Nlidahipmen wir) were engaged in
he duel lately fought in Noifolk,have been
Command er in Chit!".
-The Philadelohia Mercury thinks it is
trobahle, that this pest in the army will
re abolished during the present session of -
Congress. The reason assigned is its ut
ter uselessness. That it is a sinecure and
an anomaly, has always been manifest to
US. tx - c.n. 7 . _
the President of the United State;, and its
only use appears to be excuq,.. it fur-.
nishes for putting son six or ei4ht thons
and dolars pnr anlarn in the porker. of a
jack-daw which s' rut up and down Penn
sylvania Av.rnoe, It is tim•r th it the stall'
of the army was trfule to correspond with
the peace establishin mt, so much talked
oL A reflation of one-half of the nutri,.
ber of officers in the pay of the govern.
ment, would much contribute to the eth
.ciency of the service and i materially dimin
ish the burdens of the People. Two votes
would have abolished the office of Com
mandersin—Chief, 'immediately after the
-Lath of General Brown. Let the effort
be now made, and we shall see who are in
'favor of retrenchment, and who are oppo
sed to it,
bonspiracy.—The Sun accuses the
ors and proprietors of the Chronicle, with
an attempt to have the Mayor's Cleik
discharged from employment. The can—
sideratiln offered for the discharge of IMir.
Errett, was ten scratches for Hay at the
2d ward meeting. The proposition was
not accepted, and we presume the Cliron
icle force was transfered to the "aaveroe
• .4 New Realidtg.—'J. Cypress, Jr.,
speaks °fan o - ld friend of his, who, when
a collegian, was presented with a bib e
from an old aunt. Ow receiving it, he
wrote upon the s,y-leaf what he consider
ed the apposite sentiments of Marc An.
'Let but the comeloce hoar thit testament.
Which, pardon me, Ido not mean to real .1
AT NO; .10s MARKET STREET,
Near Liberty, Sign of the Gilt Corrib.
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A LARGE_ and splendid assortment of Famey Goods,
Roses ad Tots, have just been received. and will! be
sold at prices tosult.the limos. Also, Doll Hedds,
add Kidd Dolls,orl.h a acnerat assortment ofspooi Thread,
Sewini Silks, Needles, Pins, Tapes, Percussion caps,
Books and Eyes, Basketre„sptendid article of Shell Combs
of all kinds; also. Ivory., fine and:common Horn and Dreg.
sine COmbt- The good's have ail been pui,chased for cash
and will be sold whoieSale and retail,cheaper thaw ever.
Call and examine thistock. ' '
N. kinds of "IEtELL cOMB4 relwired.
dee; 34 tr. ; C. YEAGEW •
`There Ire moments in existelltee
comprise the power of years. as thousands
of roses are compressed late a feuf drops of
their. essence. - -
" De ...At the rtlndeig W 8 .18 . p
the City of Allegheny erfity morn ing ,
ar r e s
LOUISA itITEd The Weedy or-the ham
requested to 01. end the funetalth* a w ftei Dea . rn lB42 oonat ..
3'o'clook. • •• •
IftEL.E'S BALSAM OF ,thr.WISICED,.is ail °tree.
Ptaut and -pleasant einedy for Cousins and C'olds, the
price la willtlo_ there:itch °Coll. - only 25 cents a bottle—
Call at Terrier .10stiast fisacy, and give It of e trial,
and you wilt never be without it again.
Another lot of choice Res.elia and Cesidore Offers
received th Is day. dec 20
Notice to the Jurors - Of the District Court. 1
riiHE Jurors summoned to attend the District Court.
JL on Monday the 26th' inst:, will please take notice
that they are adjourned over until Tdesday morning, the
3d day of January, at 10 rerlaca-
Ky order of the Court.
A. SIITTWN, Pro.
PROTHONOTLAT 9I OFf l Cti t
j'ittshurelt 'dee 15. 18424
CitAAVERRI ES --Just, received, 16 bti - shels Crao
herrik for sale by ISC CRUSE,
biic 20, 42 . „1411 Liherty st
IST OF. LET IsEitS liensairsing in the Post
o.lfies in Pittsburgh, Pa , Dec. 15th. 184:2.
irrafirms adaggfor letters on this List, will
please say they are advertised.
Asselanien Charles Anderson Rehecca .
Armstrong Col George Anderson Mary
Armstrong Col W Andrson John
B M August .2 And e erson David 2
Artzt Charles Amos Wm
Arthur Wm Alexa Mer 0 W
Applegate U W Adams John 2
Anthony Mrs Mary Adams Rev J
Anshuiz C Adamsrin Thomas
AndrewsJantes Arlin Brnj
An lerstin Wm Addison Abraham
Badger Win Be it Charl 01
Baldwin I ihn Mc Bennet James •
Bain W Blackburn J.thn
Boyle Win Bishop Miss Elizibeth
Bailey Mi , s Elizabeth Bloss George
Bain Wm Black• James
Barker Miss AnLeliee T Black John
Barker Harriet Black Beoj M
Bailey Mrs Harriet Blair Rlza
Baxter Sarni Boyd James B
Bayne ,Andrew Void Samuel
Barr M r Boyillou El G
Bay rd Saml Boutisivell Thomas
Ba.lnw Joseph Riobye,r J acoh
Barlow Mrs B , yes Mary Ann
Barnes %VIII Bougher John
Bell Eeq B iyarthis Sarah
Bell Win Brown Robt 2
B.own Avery Buchanan Wm
13 own Joseph Bulger R R
Brown Rev George Buckly Henry
Brown Lewis Rogan Miss Ann
B ano n haac Burns Saml
Brocis .Nlrs Nancy Burns Abx
Breafort David Bard! Capt [Nam
Brooke Ep J Burke John
dy John Btu ttorVhales
CI• comer Sus in
emit AV 11 11
Conner Dahl -1
Cot.yll 4 ltarn J.,hn 0
Crosby Ni r
osdy Mis ydrr C
Ciinumgiunti J• hn
Cummings S S
Coltm. trot Jo-:ant
Ca r Nanry
Case Sol iv ,m 2
Cat nfq. James
Catlin John 2
Cat - ft:tan II %V
Case Am: rlzi
Cli,tr les Isaac
Chariv. ick ti-
Coo-ha ugh Yin F
f Lc now d
Cook G A
Deoirige Edward A
1)i-ks:in Mrs Maly
Dio , giiarty Win
Dinkins W N
Easly John C
Edriegtmi Mrs Aline
Ed 'noon Mrs E G
Emert Nelson & Co
Evert :It \V & Co
&Dort Mons 0
FrarlA W W Fleming John
Fethet man Sam! Forsythe Mary
Fellows Steph Fabets & Mel.'
Feeling Glace Force David
Ferrous .n Alex Foremsti G D
Fleming Wm D Freeman Noatria n
Finley John A naticis Evan D
Ft' zimmons Win Fundenburgh Saml 2
Fkittmog M Ft isl , ee Ele,,or
Metalling Jeremiah. Fulton Jon J
Filzgerall Mr Funrto , .. n James a
Gass Mks Snrah
Galley 'l:' M
Gallagher: Jnhn J
Gnrrua,n S J
Gillfden .1 -
Gorney irVm J
Gorden Wl3 '
Gormly - Patrick
Hamilton Thomas Hansmet John & ja a
Hamilton James K Hardy James 2
Hamilton Elizabeth Routs Geo '
Hall Agnes, Harris Richmond
Hall John flardefistrii John 1 1 / 4 _ ,
Hall Thomas Ha Ojos Holston
Hail Maly I 11.00 N •.
Hoff Geo W Hartwell Mr
Haney John Hatbom
Hand.in Joon Hosting- W H
Fraffsly & C'Brien Haslet( John W:'2."
Hackett Miss. Julia Hays Gen S -
Hanna John Heisely Frank 2
Harles David Henderson J K
lionshrow. M:chael HeskettJohn
Hem Thontes Hoffey Michl
Hersman Jams Hopper Margt
Henry James Horner Jonas W
He) berger Sarah Ann Hopewell T
Herron Jonithan Hnusernan L D
Herron Elizabeth House J B
Rivet) Miss C, flotthly Saint
Hinds jane Hunter T
Hinds Elizabeth Hunter John '
Higgenbottom Josiah Aumbert Geo
Holland Win Huey Jacob &Co -
Hollister H. Hunter Wfti
Holrhes John - Hunter Alex
Hogan & Thompson Bugle) , Miss Mary
Holt Mrsl, M , Homphreys John
Hutchison Wm Hunter M.argus •
Irwin it boatmeger 14)11n
Dnv:dAnn 1,4 ) 4 e
D tvis Elizibeth
D T Rees
Dexter Mary Isahele2
Dommuing El W
Duff Wm - o
F.Vitfli .1.1:1111 W
Et arta Win
Gravis uttence 2
Gray James H . & Co
Gtijmne Mary and Cith
Johns t .„, b .
ach nst ,,,, 04, 4
joa 4"1 " C 4 Pt
Jos e' w "141
Jaocrim P L
Jackman Miss Susan
J 01404 Eveline
Kauaay Miss Harriet
Kennon Thomas i
Kerry & Crane
Kerr Rev J .P 2
Kerr s M
Lambert P z
Lee A P
Louis Fahey 2
Lewis Orange R
Marks Gen Wm 2
Mar lett Whilfle
Mayo Wm 11
Manoneaux A L
Matheys Charles S
'Ma hews James
Meredith W C
Miller & Coleard
Mcßride T G
McClure Mrs Beulih
M , Covvan J4s
McCutcben Itobt R 2
McCt , rdy Robt
- McEwing John
AleJunkms J ame s-
Mclntosh David J
McElroy Thus S
I,l!!Ree Jo. It 2
Neihet %V& Co
Nabs J osep h
Mc(.ny A trirew
Orr Jrr , :ei,t)
PLltar,on Jas W Pnrzel F '.
Part era its Miss Caroline 2Prieh 41 C 6 ..,
Pa Ite.son John ' Normal Aitif
Pent n Wick J ' Potts Ger 2
Penton Lot Prumnsmisk
Peters 'Wni Rtriintur /it
Peters Liver Perkins Ms/
Rafferty Miebl Rombbneh bit
Ryan H .1
Royer /oho I
Ray James C - loot P4,saC
Rhoads Elizabeth Rtri tit
Pais George ' Whom Joh
Reynolds Ruth koi n qiCraw 10# 4
Reytiobts Olivia Itnhn'oo gni G i
R-'3'no'ds Geo Mout*
Reed Lilly lirt.'kei
Reed Sam! A Riddle het i
Heed Henry laidle We E l
Reed J M spas
Salimore Richard S RE lt s : ° i d t d a be i rr i l l ie p "j s ' E ctit l ßK ill ir kt ei I'l
Sampson :John Steffe Ab ~_...
S attles John Stout go IR
Scott Sarah Ellen Stewart Mot ,
Scott AI Steresio blot
Scott Graham Street; Moira
George and Al ichlSturpon Mil
Sewall Samuel D Stubbrelorld
Seeley C C Stubbs ado •
Seville John Smith Btoistio
Seitz Free rk Smith Mal_ 0 1.4
Shaw Sarah Jane Smith Mrs Bar
Sheppard A B Smiler loid
Shirk Morgan Soper &FP
Short Cept A Spear Bs.
Shultz 'Miss Mary Anne Spoohltolla
Shultz Mrs Ann Soot F ~
Sintclair James Smith Is ..?.
S i cco Sms Jno Smith --..
i Nancy Smith D 011,.-
Simpson:Jerome Smith An PP.
Skilten Wm Smith An
Small James Smith Jai l '
Smalley:l Patrick Smith WI,
Sunderbtiry S 2
1 Taylor Miss Sarah Ann T all
u" ' 1
Tally Wm N 3 Trunie_e
Thayer Horace Torlor.
Thomson El Ar.. I Tatil'iltegt
Thommo David , TO %. 44 , 1 %
Thomas' ,Seml N F , e l# 1"."-'
' Tipper Thos - , ,
... - ill .ea I, 'w -,
Vance . Root _ __---"=7" vvinte gr ay.
Volt Chue L. —. 0 w ..1'
Walker Mrs Jane _
. T vv id sa , ebis .,
Wallace George v. n 1 llars ,-
,l'i less ** i- •
Walljemes .--1 41 wo W ni ii i ni • i'-
WaineV Jane .
Wallet Wm w '''„
Gee ;t : ;-'
Warren Thomas cm ,
Ward Samuel a ualm ll'
vat Geed 2 ,
Wald Rev Saul
White .1 , 419
Whitei i i I t
mtarusrt.: ' i fi r a :: j i g snb a t mel : D i oel p• .1 4 -
IWWviiciligebaCllEbingeNlTnelantutaerTC IIIIIIS" Ge°
Young Henry t ldt T Se‘ 4l/ ilt 11
Young Lewis Ro of the ;-
tusii N • lur e s a ,
Young SMD D . 4 1.01
it, giD 1 ,4 5
December, 114 18412.
tER 20, 18
114 0 .
ti! _ .
Kilft Am e r
Kerr la ws
Elrk Pabi ef ck
Rit e l
are jefoiiiiid that the c ,
ork,of atttrte,eh it hsoria
io fact to the whole 0
the Mi sls j u iPPl , is no
taess o t tioonardto &
sorsinich experience ~
have i inctertaken the
of the work (two dam,
Leel o .
Lecilee N g._
Lyrk 4 , 4 7
Lim k , o4
Lynch 4 3,
~.awt o r
Lowry sh ni
Long J., 111 - •
ornpletion of this work
within thirty hours
g h, and make our city t
t for the reception of th
etween the East and W
job was let, we uncle
1, the contractors taking
nd to wait for the halanc
o:n the work.,
Moms m y
Moo , e ( x i ! '
Monte Ju ni ?
RIVER:Five feet w
A rise _is expected
of the snow, which has
Mqrinu A D " •
Marry J G I 4 c
e would advise person
colds not to walk a
e streets are in their pr
Age, they will he und.
f applying to Tuttle
not agreeable these h
r advice and save mon
IVI celesott gig
hat Sleighing is over,
N16.11 4 6„6„
Ilia.' IA kla
mccuts. as .
bKi snn V
N ()mum Lot
N.. 1 th'zaiki GT ,
N,,i, C & J
m e i pod C
uday willbe Christmas
uncement, as we thin
apparent apathy that
know that there is
as this year.
sgat the wharf present
There are a large
est class upper trade st
daily with good loads.
—There is a man in C►
nan^d.articie itt nis
neighbors feel eottsider
'heir number "kept
0 , Donnell Tie
Oliver N 4
Owens he t i
as been vatiously es
ce between 40 atid 1(:'
P; nu erinetr
Pliid am HAI;
n shune Out yeSt r.lay
er or e urse, d6iti oyed lily
t. Never mind, onion sk
and we'd have plenty els
(Jaya egg, 97a . received a c
q 1:3. " whichivedeclineJ
f its vile personal allusion
• e author to send it to an,
ith which request we ol3s
`Par renders may infer*
, n-yeatiett 11
43ay at 2P. M at:
es.--The j arty in the
one of the 111303 e Isla
of agree and were c
GNERSv BALE AT A
iday morning next at 10 o'cloc
PIT money --the following so
ad Colored Nfld.-Silks—Macs a
'manes, Silks and Satins—Fan
Scarfs--Broche and Mouse D
;lack Cita'lies and Mouse Dc
Lainer, Fashionable Styles—
Mourning Veils anti lldkrs
ed—White Fig.'. Blond—Sup.
Id assortment of French wor
eh Worked Capes and Colla
Flild• and PlaM Satin—Valenc
Plain Black Coi'd Maness and
• -Rad White Worsted and M
Embossed White and Black
• ,weres. Casinett. Checks. 8
• With a variety of inter a
ae`ONll will be ready for e
' Talididtaek being large and of a
11 (107 the attention of dealers
J. B. GUT
*told We morning at 10 0'
' . ...lRoomeoclal motion rooms,
loaeona lot of IlrY G ' '
19 . 111 1 et porelmomv.--coo*lstl
s! 1 Blankets, Flannels,
ItSsdateastaina other Fitraltur •
aid Rar, with, a vai ie
R, A. RAU
N. 1101iVood- Et. oft
_: B 4. U. tai satire -
f *ors, einuriating to ,'
Ikaattiothi,Atarer and NI
- ' Vessinp.
"41' Elpeue- cum •
• ent IS • offered . we
the card of Nich
he amusements pr
y are certainly wo
f our citizens.-:
Lieroiatne next at 10 erlo
1-* R. 50 bbis. Molasses.
3ItLE.-4W411; be roid
i 411 4 - v Sheriff, at Belmpan'
• Pre Coats.
* * l-84 Iniudit l'antatoons.
11,*w nser Vat
Ih a44 11**111.[
• ;*iiit *owe Hot tan
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