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fl ti erreplied; devil the , likes
owsw ever seen! The young 'fellow
no man could stand afore, five minutest
Theis, replied others, , bekase be never
mstt man thlt could fight 'him.' You vs
Wiwi he did, how .he as turned
hew, is clear enough—af.
that this he can steverOse his head while
.- - -=' , l4lolaut . Plow directed his steps home.
wards. Iteritllystumped by the unexpect
aiierirdice of his enemy. On approach
his father's door, he found Neil
lure seated on'a stone bench, waiting bis
Mire. .The moment she espied him she
sprang to her feet, and with her usual ea.
sirmess of seatraeri caught the breast of bis
and tureing him round towards the
Moonlight, looked eagerly into his face.
Weil„.ll4 inquired, did he show his fire
arms? —Ebt.—What was done?
1501nObody has bees making a foul of
sloe, Nell, replied Meehaul, he had neither
*Warms nor staff, nor any thing else, an'
fot my part, I might as well have left mine
Well, but diouol, man. what w fa done.?
Did you smash him? Did you break his
Mos ofthat Nell, bat worse, he's dis
graced for ever. I struck him an' he re.
fused to fight ay-, he hadn't a hand to
No, Dher Chiernah, he had not, an' he
may thank Nell M'Collum for that. 1 put
the weakness over him. But I've not
&be wid him yet. I'll make that family
curse the day they crossed !Yell M'Collum,
I stortld go down for it. Not that I have
any ill Will to the boy himself, but the fa
ther's heart's in him, an' that's the way,
hieehaul, I'll punish the man that was the
means of lavin' me as I am.
Nell, the devil's in your heart, replied.
hieehaul, if ever ho was in mortal's. Lave
talk warnan, I can't bear your revengeful
spirit, an' what is mot e, I don't want
to interfere in this business, good, bad, or
hAfferent. You bring abut harm, Nell,
but who has ever known you to do good?
Ay! ay! said the hag, that's the cuckoo
song to Nell; she does harm but never
does good! Well, may n y blackest curse
wither the man that left Nell to hear that,
u the kindest word that's .spoke either to
her or of her! I don't blame you, Mc.e
-hsul--I blame nobody but him for it at all.
New, a word of advice before you go in;
teton to Ellen that you know of him
rneetin' her this nigh:;—an'.rason good
if she tLinks you're watchin' her. she'll be
on het guard=ay, an outdo you in spite of
yOu4 teeth. She's a woman—she•s a wog
rearri Good night, an' rnark him the next
Mfehaul himself had collie to the same
determination and from the &a rise motives.
'The consciousness of Lan h T aul•ei
public-disgrace, and of his incapability to
repeal it, sank deep into his heart. The
blood in his veins became hot and feverish,
when he reflected upon the scnruful -
degrading insult he had jo qt borne. Soon
after his return home, hii father and moth.
erboth noticed the singular deep bur,ts of
rindigosnt feeling soth which he appeared
to be agitated. For some time they de
seined making any inquiry as to its cause;
but When they saw at length the big scald
ing' tears of shame and rage start from hii
ilattion . g eyes, they could no longer restrain
their concern and curiosity.
'lntim name of Heaven, John, said they,
what has happened to put you into such a
state as you're in/
teen% tell you, he replied; if you knew
icon:red blush with burniti‘ sham a—you'd
cur ma in your heart. For my part. I'd
rather be dead fifty times over than livin,'
aftlaer what has happened this night.
'An'- why not tell us, Lamh Laudherl
1 can't father; I couldn't stand upright
afore you and spake it. l'il sink like a
guilty man in your presence; an' except
you want to drive me distracter], or perjur•
ed, don't ask me another question about
itel—You'llhear it too soon.
Well, we must wait, said the father, but
Par sure, John, you'd not do any thing un
,, becoming a man. For my part, I'm nct 1
unsay on- your account: for excepting to
take an affront from a Neilythere's iothini
yotr would• do, could shamd me.
This was afresh stab is the son's woun
dal-pride, for which he was not prepared.
With a stifled groan he leaped to his feet,
and rushing from the kitchen, bolted him
self up %Phis bed-room,
His parents, after he had withdrawn ex
That went home to him, said the father,
an, sure as death the Neils are in it, what
ever-it is. But by the crass that saved ua,
Ulan tusk an affront from any of them, wid•
tralkpaying them home double, he is no
prof mine,ar,g,his roof wont cover him an'
other night. Howsomevet, we,ll see in'
the toonint 4 plane God.
The mother, who was proud of his cour
t/vend-prowess. scouted . with great indig
nation the idea of her son's tamely p u tting
up with an insult from any of the oppo
Is it he bear an aft out from a Neil! ar-
Mel. don't make a fool of yourself ould
IMO He'd die sooner—l'd stake my life
The night had advanced, and the family
had retired to Led; but their son attempted
irstreiala sleep. A sense of shame over
poweradhim keenly. He tossed, and tur
nedalisoligroaned at the contemplation of
the,ilisgrace -which he knew would •be
hitelle4 - 00 him the- fqlk*Witig day Whht
Wasetsc.4l , 4lonei How was he to wipe it
430109,1Tliein;:wasittut one method, he be—
I . ' lll o l itlitmf-;kniting =kW, hands once more
* 11114410kVall to seek Ellen, and gain ker.
pertittr retract his oath on that very
IPEW:llitit-h: this purpose. he instantly
Areeild himself, an d • quietly ru nbolting his
.own doer and that of :the Atltchen, got a 4 .,
. vother stick, and patiscd- - ,01-t ell her
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W EDNESDAY. D ' EMBER 21, 1842.
See rift Page.
A Very lengthy
.ate - occurred i n the
House on the 16th, o a motion of Mr. Fill•
more to go into CO mittee of the Whole ,
on the Appropriation pill. The:debate was
carried on with much warmth by Messrs,
Wise, Mallory, Ca l siting AYerigg, and
Holmes, relative to he competency of Mr.
Hassuan, a person employed to make a
survey of the coasta. Metiers. Mallory, Cush
ing and Aycrigg opp4sed an appropriation
to pay for the survev,lin as much as the por
tion made and published, was full of inac
oracles and would nol i t answer the purpose
for which it was inten led. The numerous
errors already discovered and the advanced
age of Mr. Hassler, (hel•is between 80 and
90 years old) 'made it evident that he was
incompetent to the task, and they believed
that an appropriation to enable him to pros
ecute the work would be money wasted.—
Messrs. Wise and Hol nes, advocated the
part of Hassler very earnestly, and although
they admitted all the errors, they insisted
strenuously that the surveyor was posses . -
ed of all the scientific knowledge necessary
to complete the survey. In the course of die
debate; Mr. Aycrigg stated that in a pam
phlet of Ot) pages, published by Hassler
pirporting to be inkrmation in relation to
the survey, 403 errors have been discover
ed. If eu•veyora imported from Europe
cannot fiarnith more accurate reports of the
topography of our coasts than Mr. Hassler
has given, at an expense of $6OOO per an
num, it would be better to try some of our
..native talent" before we make any more
Report of the Secretary of the Treasury
M r forward.
The Report of the Secretary of the Treasury
was laid before the Ilduse of Representatives on
Thursday the 15th inst. By a reference to this
Document it appears that 'he balance in the Trea.
, ury on the Ist of January, 1842. (exclusive o; - ihe
amount deposited with the States, trust funds, and
was $130,483 63
the ree ,, ipls in the treasury, du
rirtg the lir* three quarteri of
the present year, ainmount to
From customs 911,260,c30 35
& incidental sour
From Treasury notes
per act 15th Feb
From trea. notes,
per act 31st Jan
From loan of 1841,
The receipts of the four h qnsiter,
it is e.tiinated, will sot:lout to
From land , '
& incidental sour•
20 000 00
From treasury notes 2.500,000 00
From loan' 1,000,000 00
Making the total estimated re
ceipts for the year
And with the balance in the trea•
sury on the lyt Januiry last 230.483 68
An aggregate of 34 . 733,077 46
The expenditures for the first three
quarters of the present year •
have aiuounted to -• $26,264,88:2 20
The expenditures for the fourth
quarter, as estimated on data 4 * .
furnished by the respective de.
The estimated re'.
ceiots for the half
ca'endar year end
ing on the 30th of
June, 1843, are es•
The estimated du
ring the same pe
The estimated re
ceipt for the fis
cal year ending
30th June, 1844,
are eitimated at 1i8,850i000 00
r.cki which. odd outstanding warrants
issued prior to January 1. 1813
Leaving ri deficiency iq the treasury
on the 31st D cem4r 1812, of 575 556 92
Reduction of Wage,.—An aristocratic manu
facturing company of N ashville , New Hampshire
have resolved•to rain e the wages of their poor
working men, women ind boys, offer the 26th inst .
Toe salaries Of the picots 4-c. remain the same.
In New Mat ket,l he - slime course has been adopted.
So we go. Notwithitanding the manufacturers
have ,got the tariff toot to their own liking, giving
them ample protectiof against importations from
abroad , they are atil t satisfied With tho profits
accruing from their ithablishmerits; Then look
at the gross injustice if taking 25 per cent. front
,the weekly pittance or the poor-laborers and not
reducing the eateries of their agents.
'Such however is tt4; usage which Wilt be meted
(Sat to the :toiling thulium; by the tampered and
porne•proud, until t 1 y can secure ' their social
libtriy of-which they re now:deprived
They've gm * herd. uf buffaloes tia - the' Balmy
Theatre; Nat York-‘4od est Bajra4i Dixon at
Ith - dailetphia TorigOing)W4 are
- - ta A
EDITORS AND tioritrirroas
4,000 000 00
8,23 ;,278 15
Piintot**V* '111*44,4.k i
roby . t .-o#44pliarin mpliarian •iltezteA
i gh pot,f4,4Wen fromLrei ` that the 461108 press, type and much
abet' valuable-ProPlitty was destroyed lir fire oti - .
the - 15th inst: The fire was first discovered about
u'clock thfii - morning, bursting out of the win
&Woof the'TOOli in Green's\yooden block'cit the
Public Square, which we had hired for:the Eagle:
office. Before fhe Engines could arrive and be
manited, the fire heti .made such bee - datey as to
render all idea of saving Green's, block. tutile.'
All exertions were ndw used to prevent the-Fire -
reaching the valuable house of Mrs. Effinger, and
the brick block on Main street, adjoining Greees
wooden block. By the most arduous exertions of
the citizens of both sexes. this was happily se
cornplished.jand the town saved from general con
flagration Had there been any wind_prov r ailing.
the entire lower portion of the town must have
been destroy - ed.
The editor of the Eagle states, as evidence that
the fire was caused by en incendiary, that about
half past twelve a gentleman of strict veracity
says that be met on Main street turning Green's
corner, a man whn must have passed , directly in
front of the Office, which was then in a blaze, and
who must have both seen the fire, and felt its heat;
and yet this man gave no alarm, andmade no re
mark in passing, seemed to be putting on his
coat, and who continued down Main street in an
opposite direction from the fire, this too, while
the gentleman who met him, was crying fire and
endeavoring to rally help, that the fire actually
broke out in the lower part of the office, and was
of that quick rapid kindling, as to leave little
doubt that the paper in the office had been col.
lected on the floor, placed against a dry wood
partition and then - pet fire to.
It was currently rcperted in N. Y. last week,
that Midshipman Spencer, son of the Secretary of
War, attached to the U. S. brig Somers, was tried
by a Court Martial off the Coast of Africa, on the
charge of mutiny, (having conspired with a por
tion of the crew to seiz3 the briz and go on a pi
reical cruise,) was found guilty, and hung at the
yard arm! The rumor is not credited by the N.
Since the above was written wo have received
New York papers which confirm the pain ,
ful rumor. The Courier of the 17th says that the
U. S. Brig Su ners arrived at that p irt on the
Thursday previous, and from the informatit n re
ceived, but little dnuht is entertained of the truth
of the previous repot t. The Etc's, as well as they
can be ascertained are br4y these. When the
Somers was on the eve of heaving up her anchor
on the coast of Africa'', and returning, home, a mu
tiny brolfe on' on hoard, healed by Midshipman
Spencer, who led on fifty of the crew, consisting
in all of seventy fis - e men. Twenty fire t.f them
rem lined loyal to their fl ig and cottmander, and
these, with the o:ficars, succeed,: I, after u confret
with the. mu' ioeerr, in which sertil of them were
severely w eroded, in suppressing-the revolt and
putting all the mutineers in firms.
Immediately afterwards, a kind of drum head
Court. Nlartial w.l , held, befit - ; which, it is slid .
ev ide n ce wa' produced, Oat tl), mutiny had been
planred by S,.ienc?r :fire tbc p i n t;
that tile men went on gnarl Navin;; p,evion-ly
concerted with litai tic part tiny were to eel
which was to in order the officers, and lt.tving o") ,
twined no:seed - Ili of the vessel, repair to Sindy
Hook, cruiz: off for the oicket. ',hips, rob them of
the specie they had en botnd, and violate the fe
male pas , engors. The decision of the CJUrt. Mar
tial was that Spencer and two his confederates
should be hung at the yard arm, ant this was at
once carried into execution, Spencer asking for
ten minutes' grace to write to his father. the Sec
retary of War, which was refused to him, he be•
ing told that his, intention had been to murder hi'
commander and officers without giving them a
moment for preparation, and that-they would now
mete out to him, the fate he -had 'intended. for
Accident.—A little girl about,six years of age.
daughter of a Mr. Jones, ,was run over yesterday
afternoon, near the corner of Avery street, by a
sleigh, ono of the runner: passing directly over
her breast.—Basion Tim.a.
Let sleig'i drivara think of this. We wonder
that so few accidents of this bind occur, for none
aro so careless of limb and liv s. as those who go
pleasuring in sleighs. Rorie.; shou'd not be per.
mitted to gnat a faster gate than a walk while la
the city. When they gat into the woods let them gu
it with a rush•
"The time is arriving when every min. ni
ter how awkward his p-sititon, will think for him
self.—Boston nines "
Roll swiftly rnii nd yo wheels of time, and bring
that auspacious day. Then we will have "roast beef
and two dollars a day" and no enis'ake. But we
are afraid that "then" will not visit the people of
Temperance Fair!—The ladies of the
Martha Washingtonian Total Abstinence
Society have procured the large room for
merly occupied by Brown & Bro., three
doors above Diamond alley, on Wood
street fur the purpose of holding a Fair,
the proceeds of which will be faithfully
appropriated to the relief of the Poor, The
sale will commence on the 22d inst.
(Thursday) and continue during the week.
They offer an extensive assortment of
articles, both useful and ornamental, all of
Which would make suitable Christmas and .
New Year's Presents.
Refreshments served up on the second
Our humane citizens should' not forget
We are informed, says, the'Atlas, but
the story seems incredible-7-4W a child of
eight years of age has been - confiiied, for
the last six months. in the jail at rotik:Carrt
bridge, for the crime of stealing twenhfr
five cents, from a man in Lowpllo4—Boston
Bulletin, - •
Certain chalia . ot tbia city wank- have
,resitionaer- with Camlieittkeliftl*lairii
, • .
• ' -:•"*”
IstilgetinOvitibliikCs44ittetruck, avec * N. '
- mill4e ittkrkleitititiotbett I read thrs i alarmbig
Intelligence which de wiagnose -bring from 4ibird
Poles. Well vat Ido in die crisis; I take de snuff.
scratch my head, My,,,llligera go over de Me•
nological bumps like'von scrutibin brush; for die,
my friend Joe. Neil Editeur of' Pennsylvanian he
tell me for do when I get in one grand diScultl.
Ver well, du idea he strike ilie'on de head plunip
in de, face, and _I know do know. I , write
directly to Mons. Espy at Washington City, and
.end him de Morning Post yid the article partic
i Wier in it,for he is storm King and regulator of
Tunder and lightning. Au -ha! der well, he put
all right! 1 get advice prompt from him. and here
is his letter.
My Friend Jean Crappa, your 1. tter and a
" copy of the Morning Post, reached me to.day,
" and I hasten to inform you that I will forthwith
" (ails pat eh a gale of wind from this place heavily
" charged with electr icily, and another from
" the same degree of North Latitude - on the
" opposite side of the globe, negatittely charged.
t' They shall approach within a utile or each oth
at the north Pole, and remain stationary at
"opposite points from the Pole. I will then corn -
mence a cannonading with Electricit" from one
"to the other. It is a well known fact in chein
ist-y that the Electric Spark in passing through
" atmospheric hir produces watery vapour, or
"'converts air into water. I shall necessarily be
"obliged to raise such a thunder storm as never
" was hoard before. But the truportatice of the
occasion will require a mighty (Tort, as the
" Coons saidin 1840. The Earth will he shaken
" to its very centre, but no harm will be done. It
" contains within itself the elements of its own
"preservation, like our own glorious Constitution,
" and after this symptom oftdissolution, she will
" appear in brighter beauty. The immense weight
" of vapor which will accumulate round the Pole,
" will by the extreme cold become condensed in
"to a solid mass of which by its increased
" weight will break loose from its adhesion to the
" Pole and plunge into the abyss of Syrnm's hole,
" extinguishing the fire in its passage, being frit
" lowed by such a shower of rain, hail and snow
as no man can imagti,c. The immense body
" of ice being melted before it reaches any of the
" inhabitants of the internal regions of the Earth,
" will rise in vapour again, quenching all remains
" of fire.
" I am now preparing a system of operations
"to overthrow Miller's Prophecy, and wilt have
" everything ready by April next, to pour a tor
" rent of rain over the surface of the Eart'., which
" will defy his mal.ci.ms purposes. For
" this great service 1 tru , t Con2ress will do mo
the justice which has too long been delayed."
So now I take my coffee and toast with perfect
complaicency, my staff is in de corner and my
dog lie snore I.y de fire, but looks,up and blinks
once or twice sometimes ,to know whether these is
some new perplexity, Bat I have none, but to
learn dis terrih'e language
Be pleased to except assurances olti.e , high con
sideration and esteem,with ,i.hich 1 remain your
ob't. seev't. JEAN CRAPPO.
WASH6;G roN CITY, Dec. 16th, 1542.
The Senate was not in session to day,
having atriourned to Monday next.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
On mntipn of Mr. Browne, a resobition
was adopted, granting the us,: of the H&I
to the 'Capitol Hill Institute,' on Saturday
evening, next (to rnorrim ) at 7 o'clock, for
the delivery of a lecture bef , re thet asso—
ciation, by the Hon. Levi Woneitury.
Mr. Tolland, of Peons)tvaniA, asked
leave to offer a resolution. calling on the
Secretor y of the Treasury, for ro l iies of
all patters relative to the remov .1 of .Jona•
than Roberts, late collector of the port of
Philadelphia; also for copies of any clv.r
ges, if any, which were made against said
Roberts in the discharge of his duty.
Objection heint made to the reception of
the r,solution, Mr. Tolland moved a sus—
pension of the rules.
:Mr. Wise suggested that the call had
better he made 8 pon the President instead
of the Secretary.
Mr. Tolland declined rnwitfying: his res
olution, on the ground that he wanted no
more information that is already filed in
the Treasury Department.
The motion to suspend the rules was
negatived—yeas 96, nays 81—not two
After the disposal of some unimportant
business. the House ,went into committee
of the whole and resunxed the concidera•
ti m of the general appropriation hill, ma
king provision for the expense of govern
ment fir the next six months.
5Mr. Charles .T. Ingersoll moved to amend,
by striking $lOO,OOO from the item for the
expenses of the Supreme, Circuit and Dis
trict Courts of the United States. He ar.
gued that there is an unnecessary expendi
tore in this branch of the Government.
Mr. Fitimote showed amore preferable
mode of Correcting the abuso, whereon Mr
Ingersoll withdrew his motion.
Mr. Aycrigg moved to strike out the fol
lowing item: 'For survey of the coast of
the United States, including the compen
sation of superintendants and assistants,so,-
The mover supported his motion on the.
alleged ground that Mr. Hassler, tha Sur—
veyor is mentally ancrphysically incompe.
tent to execute the work.
A long discussion arose, in which Mr.
Wise vehemently defended Mr. 'Hassler
from the charge of incompetency. and ar
gued that the work, when completed. will
be of incalculable advantages to the coun
Messrs. Cushing, Holmes, Mallory and
others gave their views, after which, at
three o'clock, the committee rose, without
taking the question, and the House adjour
ned.—Bani nore Sun.
Going it a little 100 strong.—Gov. Reynoldi of
Missouri recommenisiimprisonment for life of
Abolitionists who may be convicted of aiding the
escape ofalaves froM their welders.
MEDICINES DIRECT FROM LOXDOX. r -Tup, ,
• haseeeelsed.4t.posttive cure for Couills;mai
Colde;, JL isiery pleasant to taste, soMeett mi. that c4ll,
dren cry for it, after having epee tasted it, eud -are run
to buy more otiimeaent of. its speedy . cure of the
Coughs or Colds In a .shorptir thae,.thaa any other ,)tedi!
-cane nos in use.. The pries:tie within.he reach of apr
valiti oats ah , sallis.._loe sari and -a4k-fOr Petvetes
tool of Ar4iisiree, at l'atita'..a.watie,ca XioncY 881'0100
. ..... , . ,
L MAIRRII. INA .B4ILX —Voplat pink, Wards,
ivenOver boarding Ohl tlcar9ira. 4160. W4lte o k
..htiards of liarliiit fpnstlic utpd ilfickneee,whee, k artisfor
41,0E9Irkt huokl4!, - tkr# . vi,Ac...,ofvariosis leetrit..ir#4l. :;
:,.....:_ 5...:,_ .., .144135 - C;11114 - 41Sligk,
1 ' iiititiii.ise: :. _,.. . --- - t-,‘,
r l ate
51kSoots4 to be liollll,the Ma
Itiaese,_ ~', '- . ..'-lai*:
at palielell l ,;-:„.4..,___ _
laic Ito - Teased at the Ifiaii. -
,_6l.4,ne*.partkailar request dm Concert will Dot cant
!Matiataitill a o'clock.
, . .
l'lnNiteDietriet Court of Allegheny County,
-:411 No ember Teem,' 1842 Leo Fa. ti a.
544 - . - .
1 uw• it, San:Bak'''. cirriits • And now; to wit, Dee,
1 __ . vs. - 19.1842- .
'Geo. - Wallace. • '
, . , On motion of Mt. McCandless, H. S. Ma
-1 c r' ° grave; Bal. appointed auditor to distribute
: 'Llt: ' toe proceeds of the Wile in Adisease.
. - Prom the Record,
A. SUTTON, Pro.
ett The Aud tier above named will Attend
at the office of Sta;raw 4 Swot' "itosion 4th street , in the
city of Pittsburgh, on.Tuas4ay„ thaillh day of January
n ,nitiv. i for the purposes of tie amointment, when and
WileMittli-persons interested - are notitied to attend.
A: S. MAD-JAW,
dec-21-3t, - Auditor.
CRANBE RRIES —Just received, 16 bushels Oren
herries; for sale by Iwo CRUSE,
Dec 20, 42 148 Ltberey at
lIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post
4 Office in Pittsburgh, Pa , Dec. 151 h. 1842.
Kr -Persons eating for letters on this List,lteill
please say they are advertised.
A, . .
A sselanien ('harles Anderson Rebecca
Armstrong Col George Anderson Mary '
Armstrong Col W Anderson John
B M August Anderson David 2
Artzt Charles Amos Wm
Arthur Wm Alexander G W
Applegate 1) W Adams John 2
Anthony Mrs Mary Adams Rev J
Anshutz C Adamenn Thomas
Atvirews James Adit, Benj
Aim ierson Wm Addison Abraham -
Badger Wm Be k Charles
Baldwin John Mc Bennet James
Bain W Blackburn John
Boyle Wm Bishop Miss Elizabeth
Bailey Miss Eliztbeth Moss George
Bain Wm Black James
Buker Miss Angeli.e T Black John •
Barker Harriet B ack Bey j M
Bailey Mrs Harriet Blair E iz
Baxter Saari . Boyd Jam B
Bayne Andrew 80, d Samuel
Barr M r BOylllo6l II G
Bayrd Saml Bounswell Thomas
Ba, low J.seph Boobyer Jacob
Barlow Mrs B .yes Mary Ann
Barnes Win Bougher John
Bell Esq B iyarclus Sarah
Bell Win Born Robi 2
Bulger R R
Brogan Miss Ann
Dori) Capt [Bram
Burton Charles - •
B own Avery
B. own Joseph
Brawn Rev George
13r own Lewis
B orison I. , ,aac
Brooks Mrs Nancy
Br ea fort David
Brooke Ep I
Ca r Nancy
Case Sul ivatt 2
Catlin Johtt 2
Cafftnan EJ W
Case Arm El ;z1
Clind.A ick S. , ml
Coo bat:gh Win F
Collin:. Leonard '
Conk G A
Din •an Janes
Detot .ge rd ward A
I ni a e Jairo.s
.i) 1•Irs y
Da , g qir , y Win
I) rethlion IVin
Dotrar , ly Caroline
Doolie4 Tho 3
Greo , ge
Ddval P. ter
Fury J , hn C
Edriegmo Mrs Anne
Ed. ingtoo Mrs E G
Erlwa, d Lncy
Emert Nelsen Se Co
Everett %V & Co
Er nett Mons C
Fearis W W FteininkJiihn
Fetherrnan Saint Fnriytne Mary
:Fe l ows Steph Fubers & Full
- Feeling Glace Force David
Fergus in Alex Foremen G D
Ftetning %Vin r? Freeman Noaman
Finley John A Fiancis Evan D
Fit zimmons Win k'undatiburgh Sami 2
Flemming NI Fasi ee Eleilor •
Flernmiiq Jeremiah Fulton John J
Filzgeralit Mr Fuortown James II
Gass Miss S.irair•- Graw David
Garduer Wm _ Greenough Joseph
Geo'ge Mr Greer Mary
Gallagher John Gravis Prudence 2
Gantz-Lewis - Gi ier Mathew
Galley T M Grove Daal
Gallagher J•tho J Graham %Vet
Gorman S J ' Graham !gaze
Gibson Alfred Grahani James
Gillfilen J Graham Orlin • .
Gorney Wm J Gray James H St Co;
Gorden W E Gray Haul L.
Gormly Patrick ih , Guynne Mary and Bath .
G riffen Ikitry ,-- - G. ePuleares Sand
Ha odium Thomas Hammet John & Jas
Hamilton James K.''=•:.- Hardy JAPICEI 2
Hamilton Elizabeth Hatris Geo
Hall Agnes Harris Richmond
Halt John . Hardcast le John
Hall Thomaa ' Harding Holston
Hall Mary J Hart S N
Huff Geo W Hartwell Mr
Haney Jr.hri Hathom Mary
HancLin Jonn Basting W H
Halley. & O'Brien Haslett John W 2
Hackett Miss Julia Hays Gin ,S
Hanna John Heisely Frank 2
Harks David Henderson J K
Hiinshrow Michael Heskett John
Helm Thomas Hoffey Michl
Hersinan Jams Hopper Margt
Henry James Horner Jonas W
,Heyberger Sarah Aim Himewell T
~ H erron Jonathan Hoosetwact ,L i D
Ilerron Elizabeth Rouse-J-:1} .
*lively Miss C Hoobly faint
Hinds Jams . Hunter R - ..T
Hinds Elizabeth Hkotei John •
Higgettbottorn Josiah .Ainnhitst, qeo '-- '.
Holland Wm - . :-Jfo'3ll6o &Co
-ohister 11. - nter WM ''
Mamas John . - -ifj ' mar Alex S
Hogan Thompson II ' lair Miss Miry
Holt Mrs L Al liumptimr, John
liatOtia.on Win _ • ilinasciWar i vi
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iiwin R •,;-' ._.' ' -hilben.lti,,johif
Coin W fI I 1
Conner Dahl '41,1
Conytigharn John 0
Creipten Jiis A •
Ci osdy Mis S,lder C
CtifilMingS S S
Darby Jam , .
Davi.ison A rolreW
D •vis Eliz%liech
D T toes
Da , is Itt,bt
Dexter May Iseelt2
Demoming El W
Evnns John W
Jackson_ P L
Jackman - Miss Susan
Justus • Evelhte M
11 44 14 9 Mini Harriet,
Kencisii Thomas j
Kerry & Crane
Kerr Rev J P 2
Kerr J M
Lambert P J
Lee A P
Louis Fancy 2
Lewis Orange R
Marks Gen Wm 2
Mar lett Wallace
Mayo Wm If
M (omen ux A L
Matheys Charlt s S
May John J
Meredith W C
Miller & Coleara
Mcßride T G
MrClure Mrs Beulah
McCutchen Robt R
M ^Ctrdy Robt
_ g John
'Acing James IV'
Mclntosh David J
McEilroy Thos S
Neirt t & Co
MeLat , gl.ln, Jane
Nicf. y Anifrew
Orr Jo , epi)
Ody M. A
Paxton John P orn ohs -
PanHine J AMPS I'6 id wi ItPti .
Pane , ,on : A ii-f , PW I' , ver .1.4 '
Patter-on Jit- , \V P, , ,z.! f
Pali ers o.' Mies Cat o!in, 2Plirli , Ire G
Pale.s ,, n John I' OtO Illittl AO
Pent f ridi.k 1-• P..nsG , rl
Penton Let Prtnsmancla
PCJPrs Win Pqre,.harr JO
Peters L.ver Perkins .101
Raffe , tv Michl
Ray James C
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Reis Geerge • R,,bmsoll Jahn
ReYnolds Ruth /AO 6 CAW R ,, tan t en Hui a
Reed LiEly It i•t )lad
Reed Svel B Riddle Jane
R , i ,c e Win E
R..ed Alta ft,dalt J her
Robe is 11°b1
Reed J MlYue
Sal - MOSE Richard Stamp Clll6ol
Sampson John SirfnAt
Scott Sarah E' len
g t ererona L al
Scott A J
Scott Graham Streets an; ,
Scrnap George and MichlSiergenolo rlaisi!.
Sewall Samuel D StehhiClu
Seeley C C Stub's llAt
Seville John Smith Beriv4/,
Seitz Freark Seal Miull/rfl
Shaw Sarah Jane Smith igrli g e
iltil A B Snorer Dail
S„ year 64 , 6 1 .. J
Short Capt A Spear Holli l .!:'
Shultz Miss Mary Anne SpeuidiegiorC4
Shit F/Odra Ann &ark F
SrttifthtiVames Smith le 7 :
„Sil*blll-- Smithy .°
.ZllO-Nalley Smith Pia ma 9
;Siinpsoit Jerome ....4moti
!Skillets Win ' Smith TlOO
'Small James Smith /AD
Smullett Patrick . Smith
Stinderkury S 2
Taylor James ; Thra4417:f4,1
Taylor Miss Sarah Ann 2T.ail ttr
-Tally W 4ll N 3 ; Tr0k...7 •-•;,'
Thayer Horace Torec "..
Thomson it & J ; mu tt •
Thomas David T0131.,7,,S
Thomas Semi N , Tylll''"` `
Vol; Chao L
Walker Mrs Jane
'Wagoner D •
-Walket W.m I:Dmi-
, - 7 .
Warl•aaThanas We 00 O u ' 0
Ward Weaamal w„ t Genre il
Ward Rev Sano' ~,i od emes
White, tha ;: t l ilso u a , Ai
Whiliktatirtil w i l o tis,, , I
White liir o Pti • a pm
Wi itaPeaeaar C vimita g 00 3 !
Ve!illiaena..Watter ‘ , 1
icHkunot A"- Y
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Young Steal I"?
ever ~6t 1
Jah os ,„ D lisp
ob lanil et .
J 01144 W -- "at
excellent vocalists , give
t this evening, at Concert
rifalled performances w ill
tive by the assistance of so
, p li e hed musical amateurs,-w
them on .the Piano.- They w
e the summer costume of the
, rbei bee heretofore been
fkame ces,in the winter ga
,et z majt me, they will have a
e y will go from here to S
\ID citizens of thee
plessed with the porter
o i lers, and we commend t
• e c of our friends in both pla
K li i , l et:
j A a m:
King g e t
Ae v y b .nit -,
RO6 l G ib " r ,
is.ni t k m „,,
Kiq j l" . l ..
lii . uk Ri chd .. ,
Lthe i , / , /
Lver t ,7 ,
Lynch :N I
Lynch N ib
Loa M %
Loug 1," 11
Lee 6 , 0 „r -
ftstraas Presents sr. vart
looked in to our frie
sty st O on Market st. y
surprised at the various
vie assortment of goods
o unter anii. shelves laze
ded. In the Toy Dep
fly, be has an amount
h will entirely delight
on of our population; w
.opts can find useful or
hat will suit all fancies.
'sleet taste will find gra
eager's diversified colic.
Moore D _
Moor.. Chti m
lurdinic Ar t
Mu f oc i 1 04
Moreland M g
Murton A D A
Murry ha C
Morgan M i h t
:ra• Rams's—You will Oa
on in your valuable paper:
•uld,mentido that the friends
be put 'down in the West
of J. Willock Pipela . cr. &
aster. ljnow speak the
of the Ward. You wil
all fore meeting to be held
vern, corner of Ferry and
Saturday evening, at half
',urpose of nominating a
:pored by the friendsof
is expected. I word•
- •rled that would be acre
Reece C. Townse
Rat. S llers,
S., J. Moreland,_
Jas. T. kinenid.
Merlel64S N A
McGrnotrib m ;,
qt,f ler Mai
‘l , t,
NI eltry WA
MbKi vie W •
Mch it Gal
McKee lienh -
Niii iiihrand GT
tio, c j
M c Lond C 1
711cNkr art 2
Mr. Hick will le. tore in t'
corner of St Clair and Liht
,g, when he int rids giving
practical views for go ng in
to commence ut 7.
siGNEEs , A AT A
Vriday morning nuvt nt 10 ,1 1 ,-ior
•str, par money--I he tororr :zr
Sonnets, Saks and
and •1 oust.
Mark a... 1 e
r.lnine Fn.hinnauic Stytc , -
ves--^.10,1r,0111 WI: , aod
—Plain Black I:fit'd ‘14,0:11
nn e t her r kat'. able lim,.
'ack arid Whitej Worsted
and gallins9ed and B;.1
:a:siateres. Canlielt. Check“.
,(.01,ether wit it icvariely of oh
The goods ollll.he ready 1,
•this Stoe`c hnin% tare and
II worthy the attention of des
t. .1. B. G
Ron! harlit lax
Rarer J ohe
Root P. , ' Vie
tie,,day morning next at 10 a
ment of Dry Goods.
-lock P. M. 50 bbls. Molasses
- J. B.
Segold this Morning :it 10
• Ws commercial suction room
miscellaneous rot of Dry Go
IMck as Blankcls, Flannels,
1.2 o'clock P. M.
s, Bedsteads and other Parnitt
tsburgh inanufactured Piough: ,
Its, new and second hand; •
daze and Rarness, with a v.t.
R. A. BAI
1, Dee. 19, 184
IFF'S SALAL—WiII be sold
ye?, Sheriff, at Bausma
Booms, No. 110 Wood st. on
10a'eloek 4. M. the entire
leafs, Store, .eonsisn log in
ne Broad Cloths. Beaver:lnd Pi
Saltines and Ve,:ting,s.
• Breen Coats.
Rad Saltinet Panfaloons
ra ra n w d e Ermer Vesi
Lag and Pongee RAU itra.
' Padding, and Brown Rot land
and Brown Moslins.-
! ri A. ni ß min
WintErg 521 10 i,
o' ns° -
_ aAd To
_base inei been r
POOleilla fait the tienei. A
'Rails. with s general a •
'' , 4%,oyoky. tine an
h A va a
ThIAS AND NE
110. 1.08 IVIIiRKET '
eft", Sign of the