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,- t..yatt must - taut me .111 -three
thlop; "Ind a c luet the money
this :1:.140*-. in my ray, as you prom
f:t11 - 4 help trio with - the landlord's daugh•
00-4414`11,;. , .
-,jlol36oer,die., then—l. don't_ care.
In'th.qhititt• things i will help you, said
**1.;,..1:00_ yaw , must c!ear your own way,
there.- 14,a:de 4very thing but that. 1
have:a .arty my hand 4 are tied
Vitt*, blood'fill I find hint out.• I could
.111Uteelsn'tne people withered, but I can't
excopt her case we understand
, Good'uight, then:
; I Y$ mils( Ni3rlE gat fur yourself. Good
141 . 1 7 t1 I
- An me meantime W
a ee Instanco occurred
which 'scarcely any person who heard it
*ld at fi rst' believe: . About twelve o'clock
tWiiiittday, the house itf Lamh Laudher
'&l4 i tias - surroundeti with an immense
doitif; aid the whole tow!' seemed to be in
a *tale of peculiar animation and excite
inent, '.Groups met, stood, and eagerly
iectetted each ' other upon some topic that
ev_idently excited equal interest,and aston
Lminuert One HAD CIiALLENGED
-- ' 4 l"*k.„'On that morning at an early hour
fire proacrthed young man waited upon the
S:py,erisign of the town, and requested to
bon hint: Immediately after his encounter
with.the black the preceding night, and
ihjle. Ellen Neil offered to compensate
birri for the obloquy she had; thought upon
kientirne; he formed the drea4.ful resolu.
tit:'lk-fifsending him a challenge. In very
tewi words he stated his intention to the
Sovereign, who looked upon him as insane.
"Nth; no, repled the gentleman, go home,
Olkarke, and baniSh the idea out of you'
Wall; it iiinadness.
"But bar, :yes, yes, with great respect
ypti, ale, observed Lamb Laudher.
trpe . e
nloanislied•frorn my fdther's house, and
treated with scorn by all that know me,
beCaue they think me a coward. Now
Pit Jet- them know I'm no coward.
‘llit you will certainly be killed, said the
litat's to be seen, observed the young
'4llo;at all events; I'd as soon he dead as
liptOtt.disgrace.- 1 . 11 thank you. sir, as
ellinkftead of the town, to let the black know
dit";Lfunb Laudher Oge will. fight him.
-10 r heaven's sake; reflect a moment
. AV tpind's made up to fight. said the
Abillrer, interrupting him. No power on
walls _will.prevent me, sir. So if you don't
etipitnits to send the challenge, I'll bring i,
..ilie Sovereign shook his head, es if con
scious of what the result must be.
I That is enough, said he; as you are
an your ow fix
eitn destruction, the challenge
kbe given; but I -trust you will think
tat. '4dom know, if you please, added
"tomb Laudher, that on to morrow, at
Umbra o'clock. . we must fight.
migtstrate nodded, and Lamb
lawather immediately took his leave. In
• iiidiort, time the intelligence spread.—
rm* the Sovereip it passed to his clerk;
Man the clerk to the other members of the
• comuration; and ere an hour, the town was
just' !daze witErthe intelligence.
I Pid you hear what's reporten was the
LamhLacuiher Oge has challenged the
Mae reader already knows how bitterly
publicLopinion had set in against our hum
ble-hero; but it would not be difficult to de
scribe in terms sufficiently vivid, the rapid
powerful re-action which now took
plece in,bis favor, Every one pitied him,
rstaeutbered his former prowess, and, wafter
fitu/jag some palistive for his degrading in
tenriele with Meehaul Neil, concluded with
eXOTINISi DC a firm conviction that he had
undertaken a fatal task. When the rumor
• fadTreached his parepts, the blood ran cold
in their veins, and their natural affection, now
roused into energy, grasped at an object
that was about to be violently removed
thaitn it. Their friends and neighbors, as
we illeNtitated , came to their house for the
purposer4f .dissuading their 5 m against ,so
rash:and terrible an undettakirg.
It meatinit-be,asid they: 'or whatever
he. no coward, an - twit's e novgh.---
We IsPottet 'see him beat dead before our
lersitt.lit.all events. Wh4e is he?
Viers at his aunt'P, replied the father; un•
dher:this roof he says he will never come
tilltilefame is cleared. Heavens ab3vel—
Fortliiin to think of fightin' a man that kills
swig one he fights wid!
The :mother's outcries were violent, as
ware those of his female relati9nr,,whilst a
sawn, sad , even mournful spirt brooded
spun sheAountenances of his own fßetion.
it Weimisolved that his parents and fri.•41 1 ( 18
istasuld nbw wait unon him, and, by eve.i
of hi 4 Pu
atnment ma strati
and re—nthe rash
411 m -
• man reCeiVewrowfUi
a se , with 4112dere,
on hal shoulders,. liner
Itim, • e
d SGhnna' 1543 u
• tYtr fathel
065 Ilihht.de. 1
;11.h*Iltit)has. father uot
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• nikosent ..
ArP-^' , 4"
Sworn, 14intisii3t 20-.le,iMalittit dolt. for
my own life, I knew that you wq4id
-Want-to persuadetrill against what" -- trati- I
in'; an' that was why 1 bound Myself this
mornin' by art_nath. (To be Continued-J.
&Meet is the decision Or-4 National Commotion.
DAILY MORNING POST.
TS!. PHILLIPS t WY. Et. shuis,ol,Priolltal:llD raoriurToßs
WEDNESDAY. DWEMBER 28; 1842
S'ee Plrat Page.
The House ou the 22d after an animated
discussion on the appropriation Bill struck
out the portion alluded to the payment or a
survey of the coast. This item has been
a fruitful source of debate in the. House,
and from the facts stated by those oppo
sed to allowing the appropriation and ad •
misted by the *friends of Mr. Hassler. we
have hut little doubt of the propriety of the
late decision of the committee. It is sta
ted, however, that the rejection of Mr .
Hassler, is more on account of his hums
lence in refusing to answer questions
touching the survey than his incompeten
cy to perform the labor. If Mr. Hassler
is deprived of the privilege of pocketing
S6OOO per annum for giving imperfect sur
veys of our co-ass, he will very probably
go home and write a:book on "American
Manners," in which the"Comrnittee of the
whole on the state of the Union," at the
third session of the twenty seventh Con.
::ress, will get a first rate notice.
Bin k I tipt's in Eastert District of New :York.
Whole number-of applicationi, 1919
Voluntary aetition still pending, to
which no objections have been
Do. where there were objections, 47
Voluntary, as copartners, 30
Involuntary, as copartners, 22
No. of involuntary applications, 37
D .‘. where objections are filed, 20
Dooied a decree on first papers,
Withdrawnliefare proceedings per-
Trial . by jury. on a pplication of
on apnea!, and trial in curcuit,
Discharge denied by jury,
Involuntary proceedings stopped
No. discharged on voluntary peti
tion after decree of compulsory.
Too Quirk.— The,:Vlutiny on board the
Somers has been dramatised and was pro
duced at the Bowery. The man who
could thus bring upon the stage the inci
dents connected with that tragic affair must
be destitute of all humane feeling. But,
what will man not men do for money?
If the following story from the Spirit o
the Times is not true,it might be and that
is all the same: Two gentlemen were di
ning very comfortably and elegantly at a
celebrated eating house in Chesnut street
the other day, when all of a sudden a young
and good looking f!male,mldestly dressed,
but pale and fatigued, entered the eating
house, leading two young children, and
quietly took a seat at the table.
'What shall I. help you to, ma,amV said
the polite_ attendant.
'To the leavings of those gentlemen,'
said she in a loud voice; casting a glance
full of meaning at the gormandizing cou
One of the gentleman was the husband
of the unfortunate lady, and the father of
the two poor children. He was filling
hips ! elf to Tepletion, having left home
sustenance, and wholly indifferent wheth-
starved or not.
Shocking Causality.--The Hartford
Courant says that the E ouse of Deacon
Holmes, at West Cornwall,' Conn., was
consumed by fire on the night of the 15th
instant, and his wife and three daughters,
of the ages of nine, six and three respect—
ively, Were consumed in the flames:
Two tons of venison passed through Ly
coming, Pa., Blew days ago ou its way. to
A woman has been arrested in Quebec,
Canada, f'Ar passin g r counterfeit United
&are& bale Wars sod quarters, of 1831,
aid dines of 183$. The supposed maim.
ifacturer t also been arrested and coOri
tiThaiford" stilt tornisig.--The Behr.
Ernilina,l3avidson,frons 'lg.tnploof sth last
toliche4af New Orleans on tiie ;12th, and
lapil 000 of $300.0130,in Apecia she
comioetawsiffed -at Tampico on the
1 otkin -- 4w -
.t..v44 *1;500,000 in speci e,.
left? wlO4l .wairdestirAed for- New
0' i n
ban iinqi ina4 Ain
. 145 0 9 * * *4, 4
- • - r''
thegeKkre** 7, 9 77 r
at L+1 . 41-iXt. tirrigi 4441'44 al,
bout twenty per emit..Fa:7' 6riltem Ilftlthe
mrll on T-Ovia4 - eienini iluiAreAtreil
purpose of not ietarning; and that About"
one bundled and-fifty ethers have agreed
to follow the 'example.
The Penny Press owes its origin to
o Lord Brougham:
It is supposedthat the Wisconsin Leg-.
slature have #djonineil for want oft um
ey to pay expenses'..`
What a. grateful eight is a rousing i roar
ing coal Ore, this inatiping and biting
ter weather I--Cin, Mac •'
Rhode Island Prisonirs.—Seth - Luther
was hro't iota Court on the 16th inst.; at
Newport on the charge of tleastri His
head was rolled up in rags and he pre—
sented a sorrowful appearance. He pre
sented a certificate from his physician stagy
ting , that his health was-extremely - bad.—
Poor Luther ! "we ne'r expect to see his
like again" nor him e ither.
The Herald seems to be very angry be
cause we call ourselves a democrat. If
the-editor can show why we are not
tled to that distinction we *AI ettli4eur
selves something else.
The above is from the Providence
Chronicle a paper that has violently op
posed the friends of suffrage. All We can
say is, that if a man can oppose universal
suffrage and be a democratA* den:were
cy is a humbug
Yankee Ice.—A - man in Canibridge,
Mass., has constructed a pond for making
ice which he ships •to the \Wit '
He has sent about 600 tons this season.
There is but little doubt of Morton ob
the Gubernatorial chair of Mass,
Mr. Bayley has been elected U. S. Sen
ator from Alabama.
Colt—the Knife—and the Cupola,•--The .
committne to which was referred the- inves•
tigation of the burning of the Cupola of the
Tombs on the occasion of the suicideOf Colt.
and the conveyance of the fatal knife Ickhini
came to the same conclusion as diditte in
vestigation ofthe $1000; that is - , just ;titvcon
elusion at all, beyond what has been known
from the start. The bell iing,er.s we:re dis
missed. What non-committalism;
The Cincinnati RPpublican_ saii that
over 600 brick buildings have . been . ererted
in that city during ti e present year,
A libraty for girls - has - been effa, • e e
in Philadelphie. It ij thefirst'ofthe kin
'on this continent, 411.1 pro - nises Atte happ
Sir Edwartll,vtton Gales , ri3 envge(
upon a new work of fiction, he calls, it "The
Last of the :Barons;" he his been i•mploy
ed on it several months.
It is a remarkable circumstance, says the
N. Y. Sun, that of a . 'committee of the
House of Representatives, (to revise the
Rules of -the House,) . consisting of nine
members, appointed at thii Ars' Session of
the present Congress, five alreatly , sleep in
the tomb,• viz:—Lewis Williams, Lidn
Banks, Joseph-lovvrence, James W.
Hams and R. W.-11abersham. Sich- a fa
talit is certainly of rare occurrence.
3 hard story.—The Spirit of the Times
says that a child of Mr. Bicking, in Mar—
shall street, Spring Par,len, had for some
timfeiii•the rigion of hit. nose a singular
.sort of eruption, accompanied with . a
ingly partial obstruction of the usual passa
ges. The other d iy, the father gave it
some snuff. The sneezing discharge a
large cherry-stone that had the appearance
o having sprouted!
taco Alpheus Harroon, a preacher of
-atormontstn, and his nephew, OrSpy - Hat,
death man, were frozen to mon the prairie
t utoL. on the
A race with mules is to come often Tues
day at the Eagle Course, N. J.
The Niger expedition, abortive is all re.
spats, besides the loss of many valuable
lives, cost England R 60,000.
Ladies are admited into the Vieksburgh
Theatre gratis. This is to attract gentle-
Queerßoute.—One hundred and fifty bar
rels of flour arrived at New York the oth
er day. from Buffalo,l by way ~of Bostsm,
Narrow. Eaca s pe.—fferr Driesbach, no x
in Philadelphia, had a narrow escape from
a tiger a few days since, which got out of
the cage, and seizing his keeper,_ who was
standing near by, , crushed him to the floor
and held him firmly pinioned, despite his
struggles to release himself; after looking
around a moment in the coolest ma n ner,
his tigership either being seized.with some
sudden freirk of fancy or mindful of the
pibtiewedl,.with a majestic
ed to`his den, where he was Y amity
f-. l ,AineMeesehte
'orWte datii• o l 3l gol9 o6-
- ~;~ ~-<-
;a ocrais of lam.
,wasLfe,4 'Sive Gen. Jack'
Toti4bonieniirni tcliiintinate a President
of the_United*State,s. The presence of Lb ,
venerable patriot would n o doubt, be glad
(Ong to his friends, but he-WoUld bard! ,
risk such's journey for such- a purpose.
We like this idea and hope `that some
serhius move will be made to get the con^
sent ofthe fief.° to preside. The dif
ficulty referred to by the Sun'could be ob
_viated by holding the Convention in some
neaten) city.--Hovv would Pittsbut gh do?
We have never seen so Much poultry-in
our Biers': as at present &carat' ..ritar— ,
ket houses of this city. The: e cheap
in all oonaeience. ,-:: , lendid
turkey can be obtained
. for 50"cerits, .and
chickens at from 25 to 50 cents per pair. , ---
All kinds of metits - ,and vegetables are for
'sale at proportionately low prices. The
very poorest families' will be able on
Christmas to indulge in luxuries that few
of the very wealthy in. Great Britain are
troubled with. One' .solitary chicken is
frequently to be.met with on a nobleman's
table in England. What. family so poor
as to sit down to less than a pair in this
'country. Happy America! Amid all her
troubles all her distress, where is there a
„land's° blessed by the hand of Providence.
l'hila. Sp. Times.
This is all very comfortable for towns
people, but we &mold think-of-our coun
try friends. before we indulge in such' re
flections. Tt requires a great deal of pro
duce at the present rates to enable a far
mer to pay his rotas, taxes, and other in
dispensably necessary expenditures. The
life of a farmer. it is true, is more inde
pendent than that of any other class, but
they are not free from troubles; ruin and
bankruptcy are sometimes the fate of the
industrious countryman, as well as the
thriftless t erchant. What benefits the
city mechanic ih this respect, injures the
Free Negro Scislora.—SevNal free negro sal
lorailieys the Franklin (Li.) Banner, who have
been brought intoithis port, in contravention of
law, are now confined in the jail of this pari-h,
where they will be kept at the experi , e of their
captains uutil the vessels to which they bel
are ready to proceed to sea.
The MO snit brought by Mrs. Handy, of Ploy
idenee, against elder Knapp, hasckeen settled by
the payment of $2OO by Mr. K., and achnowledg•
ment of his error.
Hard Times in Tenneseee,— I'he Gallatin Union
says, it is difficift to determine whether empty
pockets or empty heads aae the most prevalent in
Direct Taxation iuGeorgia — the atnaunt rai ,
sell by direct taxation in the State of Goorgia is
Messrs. Editors—Allow me to suggest
to the El2mocratA who meet to..tiight f or
purpose of appointing delegates to the ci
ty Convention for nominating a candidate
for the Mayoralty, the prop' iety of choos•
ing ISRAEL I. ASRBRIDGE, as the candidate.
If the democrats wish success let them du
this—others ise, defeat is probable.
MESSRS EniToks:—As a friend to real
merit, I would ask permissief to do justice
through your columns, to the ability with
which Mr. RODY PATTERSON has dischar
ged his duty as a manager of the Philadel
phia and Greensburgh Turnpike.' The
system that Mr. Panel son has adopted in
keeping up the repairs of road, has been
a saving to the Company of about four
Thousand dollars, on former years, and has
given to the public a road much superior
to any they_ have had under former man
agement. This condition of our pike is as
creditable to Mr. P. as it is profitable to
the company and useful to the portion of
our citizens who travel it.
FOR THE POST.
DRO. 26 , .h 1842.
Messrs. Entvoas.—Why is it that the Govern
13111. i 3 country of ours is so slow in avail
itself of the talent and genius of its own citi
zaps? Is it alack of confidence iu its own resour
ces? Whilst we see other nations availing them•
selves of useful inventions—whether of foreign or
domestic origin, ours must always receive the
stamp of foreign approval; and even the paternity
of many of our must useful inventions are lost
sight of, and their inventors denied the credit that
belongs to them, from the fact of their being first
brought into notice in foreign countries.
L have been led to these reflections by the fact
that a very important invention which has been
made in this working city of ours,is at the present
Aline being neglected by our Government =l allude
to the valuable improvement in the construction
r:f by Iron Boats Wlessra. •Kerr,lGrant & Potter.
That it is a most immirtlint improvement, is ac.
knowledged by all competent judges in such mat
,tern.—Yet Uncle Sam neglects to profit by the ass
'Now, ifthere waeheretoford any rPaPOn Tor .hes
itsticin in choosing between the i'lltnible-siding"
of Messrs.S. G. & P. and dui old fashioned bulk
heads, recent clients are enough, .. I think, to de
aide that bulk heads are not a sufficient protection.
It is etliV a few days since we had-han account
of the total loss of a newiron steamer on Abe
coact of England—she struck a rock and was
stove in :between her bulkheade—slie instantly
filled and went down, her crew h4Ving * tr oy
time to catnips by the boats.=And now we have
our own Vidicy Forge gone to acid to the nurnber
i n the already. iguged "grave yard." Had those
boats been suPplied with the patent lining, such
aceidents couldltot have occurred.
Beeiair_freffit experience that the ' old mede of
renderintivon boats see, does nothing - wet the Por•
pose, 4111 it not. lilessre.-Erlitors, he walla than
folly, if our Government goes on and Inhalea the
noble steamer „boss , being built in this chy in the
old way,-while - their 'have- the impetzior glen of
Messrs. - ;Kerr, Grant :Er. .1 3 _3 - tter , which ' they can
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For the Post
For the Morning Post
` e w clean been
farmed rialsPiiialOrigresiens ib z alai* the
The last of the Mohegans —DM. at Mohegan,
on Thursday, the 19 h! ult. John Uneas, aged 89
Years; thd last toile of ithe royal line of the eels
hrated Chief of that valme.-r Ile .was interred in
the Royal Berying Ornund of:the Moinane, on
the plain at Norwieh, - Conn. on the , banks - of - the
Thames. - .
The Nov. Mr Taylot, the sittlor -preacticr, is go-
iii to Europe for the benefit of hie btalthe
From ifexico schooner Em7litio, Cap.
Davidson, arrived at New Orteiner un .the
from Tampico; she brntrght •no pAitioal news of
the si ghtcst importance,. but tiVonght about
$300,000 in tFpc==
From the Satilmore Sun.
WAsuiOarprz, Dec. 23, 1842.
. , .
Petitions in Alior• of the Warehriusiug
system from various parte, were presented
' •- . '' ' '
After the disposal of a mass of Meal and
'private business, Mr. Benton called up the
f snowing resolution offered by him some
Resolved, That the President - be reqixes
lel to- inform the Senate Whetherthegeitt- -
I ttiple treaty, for the soppiassion of.tlie
slave trade, has been commenicateci to the
crovernmeht of the United - States in 'any
form whatever, and if so, by whom, for
what purpose, and for what answer May
, hive been returned to such communication. .
Also to communicate to the &mate all the
F information which may have been received
by the government of the -United States
going to show that the "course which this
go vemenent ?night take in relation to the
said treaty, has excited no small degree
of attention and 'discussion in Europe."
Also to inform the Senate, how far the
'warm animadverSion' and the great .politi
eAl excitement' which the treaty has caus
ed in Europe, haye any reference or appli
cation to these United Stites. Also to Ur
form the Senate what danger there ws
that the 'laws and the obligwions' t litre
United States in relation to the suppression
of the slave trade, would be 'executed by
others,' if we did not remove 'their pre
text and motive for violating our flag and
executing oar lawe,' by entering •inta the
stipulations for the African squadron, and
the remonstrating sentences which are -con
tained in the Bth and 9th articles of the
British treaty.—A'so to communicate to
the Senate all the correspondence which
may have been received from our Millis.
ters abroad, having relation to the forego
ing points of- inqiiiry.
, Mr. Benton, at ter modifying his resnln.
ti )n by inserting, 'if not inr.ompnibie with
the public interests,' made a speech of a- 1 .
baut an hour on the importance of havin
that informatian called for.
Mr. Archer wai about to reply, when at
the request of Mr. Evans. he consented to
postpone his remark-3 till to morrow,
which day the further consideration of the
resolution was postponed.
Mr. Evans then called up the general
appropriation hill from the noose.
After the bill_had b'en_read through by
the clerk, it was read a third time, and
passed without emendcrent. This is truly
legislating by steam. I. believe such a rap.
id passage of a general appropriation "bill
is without parallel.
The Dmmeratic:cit;zcns of the E Est (-3d) War d
will meat at tlie house formerly oecupied oy Ft an
cis Lynch, Wood street, on Wednesday evening,
at 6i o'clock to appoint Delegates t o the c ity eon
vention, the purpose of n imina.tinr- a candidate for
Dn 28-1 t
On the 27th inst. in the 30th year of his gage
His friends and aequiintances and those of the
family are respectfully invited to attend his.fune
ral from his la•e residence in Hand stroct below
Penn, this afternoon, at 3A3'clock.
[Hr. thinker was one of our m-st worthy and
eoterprising citizens; highly esteem id for his ex
cellence in every relation of life, and will be deep.
ly regretted by his wide spread circle of friends
The Odd Fellows of the-city of Pittsburgh and
vicinity arc reenciated to assemble at their Hall
on this day,the 28th inst , at one o'clock P. M ,to
attend the funeral of our deceasea brottior, Mr.
STRAY CATTLE —Was.ta ken up by the &timed ber
1.7 on the Beaver rbad, nine miles from Pittsburgh, on
the 25th of Nov. !URI, one Steer about four yeerrold,
dark red and tt *co off the left ear; also. - ooe Cow. a.
bout eight years old, red and white; no other marks of
distinction. The owner is requested to prove property
and comply with the law in such eves,
W4,1, , f7TD; Conies of the following anarks,-Hacka.
welder's Historical account or the Indian Nations
—Schooteraft's Trat!eis--Life of Capt. Samuel Brady—
Doddridge's igotes on Virglolar—fiatchin's Topographical
History of - Pennsy Iva nia , A - ny,person having the above
worktwill confer a favor by either 'leaving them at.
this office,or permitting a reference to be made to them
PHU A NT'to• an order of the Orpha it's Court, in and
and for thee - 4,161# of..Mlegheny, held at Pittilimalt
Lesemher 22d. A .1*:1842. •
Will be exposfd to - 1)11611**de on-the first bloaday. ?file
6th of February, A, ;0. 1034at . 10 O'clock 4. M. at the
Court Soweto said that- certain lot or piece of
ground sitnate In phi township in slid county, on the
Pittsburgh and CentlHlll turnpike road, being lot No. 38,
in the plan of lots laid out 'by John and Henry Irwin
containing 24 feet on helurripike, end running back 109
feet. to a 26 feet alley, on whieh is erected nits° story
frame house with the apportenfinMe thereof:AS the pro.
' , Reny, of Adam E. Tomlinson, of said towishipotec.'d.
dee 21 . --31.tv ' • HORT. MARTIN, Adger.
10T10.E.-1111 persons are hereby forewarned against
'barbering or trusting_Ltins Manny, an indented
apprentice to the Brush SlSking- business.: on our ac.
count as he is no longer . in our einpley,
- dee 27 - IMAM
A D AUX,ISTRAtOR'S-Jro7ll pa trans in
tothe Eatate - irrilitik . SPOOdya l t*-4:of Itotot•
¢deodtbitAillivdeid, Wakebilfi bt *Mint I .G
14e 4tit4ersignetl; -1A•1*
• tatewlit&tillellf,eilftbilak:AttAPPOPW: •44W
: 141 : 0 1* - . Tff, LIP
SA RA .H CIEHOURF,..
In parstaince Of call Maki n&
assembled In me t
meeting WIN w , -
old court benne, In the thy of Phi
ternoon the Mt hist- The e tt i lk -
calling Major Otis Young to the Chaie lr"= '
- I:BANiarifbead Vine Praident; Riegeid
remarks The cal/ of tin:meeting was mac aw
s ha(f ma cawile °ldeals stated by ekka wiwiair us
- wa w meree d by Mr. A.
be nominated as ibe cit imestandid me tot •
mayor:3llth motion being seconded,
carried unanimously. The following it l4
oluticine were read to the meeting, e n d iwa—k
sylieteas; That eet-log.)10o ilqiththi.L,
oy:has beed greatl y ' retar b 7 as / I
wog placed in the handd of d party pou t i o .
~R e s e t ee d , The the tracinbets 4rthi s ' 4 ;
that to shit event ofthe election:el e ti ,4 11 .1,"1
as the citizeu's'eandidate to the eirtw oo ,...•lll
faithfully discharge eiery duty du.. ::
without and -to (duty potifte.. - wit
Resolved. 711 st tills wefts!: hire f a n..:
the ability and ' A raimas s uf I hes r 5 41 0 7.
the duties' of the °d ice' of Pdayoe 0
mend "him toad partied, as drica,i l 7 l, l4
`auffiage. _ _
_, _ " ii k, 0
liesolved. Thet.,.alttionzli we do ts
ry services should constitute a dais, I t 'llilfi
feet that his faithful diSchargeofiletyl*
scout, Ripley and Gaines, in the g0." 4464
ohi l ip e wa, Laindy's Lane. and pots
Lionel claims to the support of Ii fet iwi ,
A committee was appointed to moa t 1 - 7.4,,
to hold meetings to further the eletlietti."o
candidate Oa motion, the meetinlltift*
3. S. lilotlltiblt '
William Flinn, 1
- Richard Hughes, Secy'r.
. HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
l r i E subscribers nre now opening a ap T tuk
iner.t 01 FANCY GOODS, saliabk.for
rind ti vvv Presents .
dee 24-3 t
J B NPPADDEN en R.; .
AdMiuistrators Sale of Persoail
CY"riday the 6lh of January 1R42. wink
order of the Addlin'istrat ur of the estates(
20 Shares of Pennaylvan'ut and'Oldo Catul4
34 du Firemen's I n s eran , n e n nn.
du Pittsburgh 1 heatte Stock.
5 do Hand Street Bridge do.
_1 Ihrouclie. liorse and Harness.
I Gold patent lever Watch.
Sofa, *Fabius, Chaim, Wash Stands httoffo •-•
illso—A lot of valuable Books.
Salem cornmeare at 10 o'rinri.lls/ 4 „
Room. cor Dor of Vi'ood and 5 1 11 ktrool
of sr le----raslt par money.
ASSiglite' Fel(' of Dry Doothonti7
_l_ this morning at 10 o'clock—Tertivitnit ! ,
dec 26 J RCUTilld
PWIICESSERS LOOK 0077—T 6n
o'clock, the goods bought at the glininao
Goods and etothlcg list week, and aotistft'`.'
he sold on account of the purrbag ni. h uig
Weaver. Sheriff. C A BAITI
ASSIGNEES' SALE AT AU
ri Friday morning next at 10 o'clock,)
X! cook, par money—the following paii,
Black and Colored Figd.Silk,—lllactao4
Satins --Bonnets, Silks and Satins—Faso
Shawls and 4earfs--Broche and Manse lk Lee
--Plain Black ChaHies and Moose he
Idolise De haines, Fashionable Styirs—Laht
Silk Gloves—Mourniii. Veil.: and Ildkfc—'•. •
Green Rlond—White Itionil--Sup.
splendid arntoriment ci French worked
Colthri--Srotch Worked Capes and Collars—
‘l —Fled. and Plaln Satin—Valenalaaat
Veal Ine=—Plain flack Cold Nlantan and
assorted nitiller:---Irnaltior aide gannets and
bone_—Riack and . White Warned and lined
--Plain andEmboa. , :ed WhilotwkllNAAM.
Cloths, enfAinte'res., eftelope, Clicetn. Ifdav
alicoe, together with a varlets , et -vtf
P. S. The goods %till he ready S.!
'huzzday. Stock be4nis taros atidix
wority the attention ordros
dee 20. tk. 1. B. GUT!
Mile Mammpth Christmas Cad,:
A 1041 postai in weight ! .
The Infield t , - / 1' t h Pk,:
E l yle, ft() I hat the getttleadta may taa . '-
a sliee of eromet hitt! rich. .....t,
Old laarltelors,^dottt despai..; attend totts. ,'
%VW say. ra after .3e.li a ',mien!. IV aq ph ,
'ROOTS ANA. EINES .97' Aucriat4
SUP large osaortnieot of so ['emir made Peg
at private sale far this week only, rowitair
. Women's Grecian Shoes,
Men's Kjp Brogans,
do Calf do.
do Fine-and coarse Boom
Boys Brogans. J. I. CUTBRiI,
dee 2R-1 W.
N. 4. 0 F.
EFF L.BRD.B4CO.V OGS
9 kers of new Lard, minenni
A Rat aII lot of new Bacon, and JA doun ln 4
received and for sale by Whe
dee 24. - 148 •
W ESTE RN UNIVERSITt
• A meet intt of the Board of TrElSteel oral
University of Pennsylvania will be ted ol
t y Building on Tuesday the 27th 10.0 3
Dec 21-3 t
UNICE R, Co nfce r fie• er , nwistr.4 2 .
• respectfully 4.11 the attention of tertOi,
extensive and varied assortmentof Haunt
They linve made addil ions 10 then' o;3110
lectionaries, Fruits, Nuts, ¢c., and every
line aPPrPpriate to the ceases, can berm:
In order to please the to=te= of the jate o ( •
the community, I hey have prep.tret a " '
went of TOYS, which for variety and OM. dr
passed by any estaltlisitment in the city, AI
1 0 call. • —.war
DR. MERRITT, DENTIST,'
Asa, hawses Second and Pill
bu.ifisse frum9 A. M. till 4P.M M. .1
- Dr. E. N. manufactures Prorehinl"
Dentists can be supplied by The 100 0 r
or teeth with a benntiful ram fe
tif setts, will be made to order at the 06
fOrwarding an evict impression of
for safe a few machines with emery
And fitting Mineral teeth so nodal a
w lit ne sold low for rash.
pIpPIN APPLES: on hand 20
sound confa dition. condition. (or sale by 40
In : f lie
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NGeroros:474.4::::::ne..,lß.raanivt,; of Pi tta . ! 1 : : : e to ll - 1111 4_
VS. , -4
12. 54 :::ii
On motion of Mt Illte l .. w lii i
..... A Oill * t od
the proceeds of Fromtale tesri.,)
-rs a The Auditor alteee st i i ii ,
at the office or Alograw 4. Hatnieon.A.
city a eittshorgo, on
next, Ca . the purposes of las aP1,01,17.1
whore all pasons interested are n otifies tel
Tuesday, th' 1 71 h 1,. "..
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRdir;
' th o estate of Adam E TomlinAl
Pitt loWnship, decessrdi hoe 10 r i ~
t. he tubsoriber,-ieskiing in the third Si`r 7 '
city of Pittsburgh, No. 16 7th Street.
j • 1
indebted to said estated o re NV"' a
immediate payment, and tti‘o hog ri
Omani:is against it, to make kitag..._--"
'WA' authenticated, to the sabsevw
'• ' -L*l-441852,L44
41ec 21-3 t.
.1e,4-014111%"1" had t
;teeing the building wa3
F eat an attractive 4 0
t Give them a good
yester ay n;tortung n
by ventitring too near
liiira-fat two boys who
t ip344lat the Four Mil
t At bole Unit one of
vita atte!)tion to theco
ta per., on. the suhj ept of
o l die meaner of constr
The siNect is worthy
boina the inventots, Me
431 rant, of this City, ma
fits from their discover
adustry and ingenuity e
last, a fire broke out
y of Nfr,, Beare4 on -4i
it:tor was broken open a
ui3hed without material
,elievad to be the work
we hear that a man nam
en arrected on susinew
citizens of Alegheny,
of party, met thei
on Nhnulay evenitig,for
in; deleptes to a c
nomination a Citizen
spetimen of a rt)
last Monday nigh
kitocker , scampe
eys and game chick
them, and the kno,
ore office to seek red
Liqour wits the eau
e, really; though oste
a affairs, as we heard
ttered against the Chu
2." and -gd—a Protesta
-lauthol on- the occasio
the magnificent com.
The Right Spirit
futl d seem that typos g
ta be treated with tie
eta when it by acri
e one with more of
tf hum in kindness in h
apylnken of r
of the Press. we de
pottance to make' a
, f it. in: our papFr i as
t firemen, a member
.ead befoie us a mos
rhioh we all indulge
indeed at tt, loss 6
It thanks for this ur
ver. engine he m
and out throw
compete with if:
Teti, dont forget the
q}ing. Delegates to
are to be appointed;
areio be nantivated.
have been Busily eng
, - tiv4De givevr Co
• eve:ling_ We know
*meter aud. active
are moving in this
have no kecitati
are witting io belt:
sp in a4ti a g
if laeewerY way &ass
ilre bore that the dial
o f Liao tnapagera will
~— Four fees water in
4mtckid oast---Mr T.
`being* candidate for
41 ;ta! 41 k3Nv should thy .
give him aa opportu
Anon thereby will
**Attire !owe disc.
• 1 1 Ni6t imp I h rts. ne
44 1 r*Ori , e ' of cinch.
111". raised in titat-ix
Derrrilt - a aaa •
• - .. •an nr
fps asehrxlY., 'a
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