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friendly intercourse betweea Catholics and
'Protestants, and in direct opposition to the
dictates of thit peace•inspiring, and love.
be2etting religion, established by the meek
and lowly Jesus. The great aim of Prot
,estants ought to 1),I to convert their Catho•
lic, brethren from the errcr of their way by
showing them in our conduct and inter-
course with then,-that we are inspired by
the same love which animated the breast of
the Father of all niPn towards his wayward
and lost children,when he sent his only be
gotten Son to die-for their salvation; ar.d I
look uoon the effort to get up a 'Protestant
, Association' as crlculau!d to retard rather
. Abaft forward the great end of converting
our Catholic brethren from their (as we
diem) false religion. I feel convinettd that
•ttus great mass of thinking, intellil,ent, lib.
eral and pious Protestants are of the same
opinion. Let those clergymen who got up
and carried through the measure.und what
they have done, call.meetings of the peo
ple, give them a liberal layman for a chair
math invite Catholics as well as Protestants
_to meet and fairly to discuss the chrisiian
propriety of getting up associations of th
kind, and then light will be diffused abroad
on this very important topie;and tru•h rath
er than error and bigotry will prevail.
Prierch 4th, 1543.
Where's Captain Schinley I—This corn
mon inquiry, we find at the head of an
article in the Loudon Globe, of a recent
date; in which the wherabouta of. the
Captain are satisfactorily stated as follows:
'Captain Schenley, who some short time
since, eloped, vvi , h a young lady of fifteen
years of age, rom the United States, and
which affair at the time caused con
siderable excitement, n Ametica, from the
circumstances attending it, and a notice
of which apptared in the London Journals
is at present residing at Surinam, where
he fills the office of Judge of her 'Majes—
ty's Slave Commission Court; hut intends
to return, as the Am-rican papers state,
in Consequence of lila ill health of his lady
and will then take the opportunity to On—
, deayor to bring ab tut an amicable recon -
ciliation between himself and Mrs. Schen
''' The property of which the lady is anti
:-,,, is about $2,000,000, near £500,000
' :.' rling, and consists of real estate in Pitts
,- ' ich—no sma'l fortune for this gallant
",:.: 1 • - '• I *
'ion of Mars:to storm and capture. It is
bequeathed to her und• r the will of her
grandfather.. he late General O'Hara.
The P en n s ylvania Legislature passed an
act . , setting alike this leg ify, mid giving
the'reverru-s to The trustees.. It i 4 most rob
able, that if this law thus passed be cor.
rectly represented. that the lady's ultimate
right ,to the property is fully conceded, and
only prevents her .;[liming it until she be•
comes of age. At the time of her elope
ment she r-sided at Mrs. Inglis's seminary
at Staten Island. Captain Schenley, im
mediately after his nuptials came to En
gland, and was with his lady presented to
Her Majesty oa his appointment. He
has h..en twiee a w•dower, having first
married the niece of Lat.' Fifts.and sec ,f)ii
ly to the second daughter of Sir W. Pole,
On the Lit Air. Davis presented
in 14e Hcuse cif Representativ..s. a series
Of resoluti• us fewn the Legislature of N.
Yolk, cdling upon Congress to liberate
&mos Kendall. Resolutions, on the same
I:.'fftHbject, adopted by the Legislature of
wine were also presented, from which
*es cull the following.
Resolved, That iv resisting what ho
deemed to in an unjust and exorbitant
claim upon the P, 0. Deaartmeni, /or
which he is ::ow incarcerated within the
jail limits of the city of Washington, Mr.
Kendall acted with a single eye the pubs
lic.good, and with a deep sense of an bits
perceive duty as a public servant.
Resolved, That the rank injustice of
suffering a public servant, thus meritorious,
to he placed in durance, not for any defai
catioo or misconduct,but On account of his
fidelity to the Government, is a stain upon
the natiocal honor . . which, as far as it can
be done by Congress, should be speedily
Resolved. That our Senators in Congress
be instructed, and our Rlaresen atives res
quested, to exec t all fair and hot-rable
means. to have the jadzment, o a which
the Hon Amos Ken lull is now imprison
ed, for with ul,lia g his official sanction to
the claim of S:oektain & S:okes, on the P.
0, Dep ar t ?writ. cancelled by the Treasur
er of the Un•ted States; and also to have
the said Kendall allow, d and p :id, from
the public Treasury, the costs and expen
ses incurred by him f
~ ett__n4 the suit
of raid Stockton & Stokes ag !lost hi n, to
gether with such further sum for his dam
ages, by reason of said suit aid imriscur.
!at, us may be a full remunerati , n there.
Louisalit,. March 1, P. Nl.—There has
been but little- , change in our market the
last few days, except in Louisiana funds.
In consequence of the late state of affairs
at New Orleans we ere unable at present
to make any cot rect q cctations. Indiana
Is I to 1 discount. Eastern exchange re•
mains abundant at par (6 1 preariOUr,
The Cres , ent City Journal rays, that . ,
leech pock has been killed in Cincinnati
the present season, that most of the litera
ry ladies inter-lard their conversation with
"wraps" from Bacon. "Hog's talcs," are
flake a favorite work, and eff ota are being
wade to discover the lineal
the patriarchal Ham. Several gills are in
the nrsrket as "s pare ribs."
Tito planet Verna., that has
bomVying to rahn herself wvon the in,
Whams of Braintree - ior a-Carnet.
. ~... .
Subject to the decision of a National Convention
DAILY MORNING POST.
ri11t.1.11 , 6'. WM. 11. SNITIt , EDITOR a AND PR OrllllcTorta
The Advocate of yesterday states that
in some parts of Mexico, their curtet,cy is
in such a wretched condition, that cakes of
soap constitute their only small change,
and that it is the legal currenay of the
town. This is certainly a bad state of af.
fairs, but we think it infilitely preferable
to the system' of worthless, irredeemable
shinplasters, that the 'Advocate's' party
would establish in this country if had the
power. The cakes of soap possess some
intrinsic value; they are valuable for other
put poses than small change, and those who
possess them can always give a satisfacto
ry answer to the important question, "how
are you off for so:3 i )." But shinelaslets,
• dirty, greasy, ragged shinplasters—what
are they g-od for 1 I n nine cases out of
ten, they are worth nothing. Some, in.
deed, that are is.ued by doggeties, may
be 'good fur a chto.k,' or 'refreshments at
the bar,' i e the smallest quantity of the
newest kind of whiskey, but the majority
of corporation Ehinplasters, the people
have long since found out. are worth but
litad more than a slip of brown paper.—
We would, then, much prefer the rakes of
soap for small change, and if the Salons
who make laws for our city, should resolve
on another issue of certificat ea, we hope
they will give the soup currency a respect
ful consideration befur.; the yeas and nays
gion.The Gaz " tte and its correspondents
are laboring hard to destroy the confidence
of Western shippers in the management
of our public works, and thus divert from
our city, a large portion of the trade and
travel which would certainly flow to it, if
the excellence, cheapness and the many
facilities of our line of improvements were
There is something like a coincidence
in :he conduct of the Gazette at home, and
that of its late editor N. B. Ctai., in the
Legislature. While our cotemporar 's
correspondents are trying to injure the bu
simss r.f the Canal by misrepresentations
and fa:se constructions, Neville B. Craig
is laboring in the Legis'ature to effect the
passage of a measure that would inevita -
bly t ansfer a large poi 'ion of the business
of the Pennsylvania improvements into
the haads of our New York rivals, and
turn all the b 'nefits that nu=t ultimately
accru- from the expenditures Do the Erie
extension to a band of yankee stock..garn
biers. In combaing some of the ar2u
ments made against his project, he had the
impudence to disregard everything like
truth, and declare that not aver 100 barrels
of Salt were shipped from this city antiu
ally. Every one knows how far this is
from the truth, and that no one possessing
less effrontery than Neville B. Craig ,
would dare to utter such an unfounded cal
umny against a branch of business that is
of much importance to our city.
q'HURSDAY, Al ARCH 9. 1913
see Firf , t Page.
It cannot be supposed that Mr Craig
committed this error from ignorance, for
while at home he always effected to take
great interest in the business of Pittsburgh
and as-ume a leading part in advancing all
her commercial projects, II- emit I not
but know that salt forms a latge item of the
business of our city, and to fix our ship.
meats at a hundred thousand barrels, would
be nearer the truth than the statement he
m3de. lithe salt merchants don't salt him
down fur this, they are less sensitive to
slander than we heve heretofore consider
We understand that some of the enemies
of our public works are circulating a repot
that the Trucks wi'l nut be ready for the
rai'rnalls at the openi ig of navigation. "l'his is
not true, as we are informed by a gentleman
who has jest r,torned from John:town. Ile
to us that ihere are ten set of Trucks at
that place, intended for the Columbia Rail— '
road, and they will be placed on the road
ae soon as the business commences. There
are also six sets at Hollidaysburg, for the
Portage Road, and two more sets at Blairs
ville, With these facilities, no interrup
tion can he given to the section boat sys
tem, and those who go into the trans,
portation business, on their own hook,
will have a fair start with the large lines.
W anticipate that our public improve
.'will do a slashing business this sea
son, in as touch as the reducti . on of tolls
and the adoptio:3 tf& system that will en•
able individuals with a single boat to ern :
bark in the business, will cause _ such a re
duction on the friegiu,as will draw busi
nos- e-toour pn'.)tin Works, that, under the
old ercter ? ofsbitigs, they' conld - bever .get.
A machine fur sweeping streets has
invented in Manchester, England.
IRARIVISIWIROH, .414rcb 6, 1643.
aentlemen:—ln the courao of the present seg.!
sion, several petitions have been presented to the
house asking that Articles of Impeachment might
he preferred against the Executive of the CArn. ,
inenwcalt‘r. for bribery and corrupt'on. These
petitions were signed by serentymine persons is
all, and carne from the c;ty and county of Phila
delphia. They were referred to a §elect commit.
tee, and that committee on Thursday last made •
ill 1 0 reports.—The report of the majority was pre.
rented by the Chairman of the Committee, (Mr.
elw . ell) and the report of the minority by Mr•
Parke of Chester.
The report of the majori'y i 3 short, concise,
and status that the moat prominent of the peti•
tioners had been notified to attend; and produce
evidence to sustain the charges prefe-red. None
of them attended, nor was there any proof f,,rth. ,
coming. The committee were referred to the
e‘idence produced hat winter, before the investi.
gating coaunittee of which Mr. Sha - awood was
chairman. Extracts f:oin one or two letters from
these petitions were inc:q'porated in the report,
which state that the writers "knew nothing, nor
could know any thing in relation to the subject."
The minority report is tery lengthy. It is
artfully drawn u',, and has been the result of much
labor . '1 here is no new light, no fresh evidence
advanced, but much false reasoning. Garbled
extracts arc made, and new conclusions drawn
from the same testimony upon which the Guyer •
nor was last year acquitted by a committee, a
majority of whoin were composed of his political
and personal enemies.
Mr. Morris made a motion to print one thou
sand copies of these two reprts.—Upon this mo
tion a long t.iseussion arose. V.,rious other mo
tions were made,—me to postpone the subject for
the present, and another Li postpone indefinitely.
Previous to this however, a certain portion of the
repot was declared to be out of order by the
Sin alter, in is much as it mentioned in disresp •ct.
ful terms a member of the (Inise,—Nlr. Lowry
of Crawc•rd. All a ppe was taken, and the de
cision of the Chair sustained. The hour or one
o'clock arrived before any vote was taken—the
subject will conic up t,,,lay and the clues , .
tion will be on the motion to postpone the whole
subject indefinitely. _
The cottimitt , e of the S•natc to whom was res
forted the apportiontnent Bid which pissed the
House, Lave not yet reported. It is supposed
that they will rep irt the House Bill with some
slight uiuenimen•s. P. Q.
New Or /rads —The 'Tropic rays, the excite
(tient, with regard to the Bsnks, we ecc glad to
hear, has almost wholly r.tetriderl. There was no
run upon ally or them yesterday. The netes ii
the noies of the Commercial were purchased, in
the afternoon, at 20 to `'.s dtsCount.
Biles'on, of Ole Bonn Rouge GvaAto, dclibcr
ately evprosses th, opi.storl th it of the .I.oa ten
der suhj elm thnt ev'r employed the pen of a in'
is an old shirt.
'Jr. C Clay Rabscd.-IS'e learn rim the Lex
Ohicrver that:the dwelling of Caodiu: M.
;Ind rohiwd of ',leer plate to the valoc of 'bow
Svll 'l'hf• robbers elitrred the lion-e in i,om,•
way unkno.vri, an neillier c'onr or window was in-
j red, enn.utimmie - 1 their puri.ippi
ti,inn,and went oat Jll J of (hi hacit i!oors uf the
div, fling, kavina it op n.—They did n t take
from Mr. Clip all him plate, which they could have
dcnc without any difficulty.
Mr. Clay °Tali $lOO for the recovery or the
plate, and $lO3 for the arrest of the robber or
Rdirf.—The I,rnt vide liurnat styeh tho
hi;l bciorc the S'-natc of Kentucky, making the
arrangement with• the present banks to loan an
additional million (one hundred theusend Juliana
in each Congre4minnal district.) pawed on 'rues , .
day by a vote of 27 to 10.
What would Cincinnati be were n not fir her
Imp, pigs, pork, harm, bacon, lard oil, &c? We
Sit gte 'T'ickets for the Six Lectures, $l,
'or a Lady and Genflem in, $1,50, and fur a lam.
ily (4'5 penmns, $3, to be had at the 800 k and
A Was!tingtonian Toaet.—Cy a Indy—ffßevo- I Music Stores, Ex.,.:' , ange llotel, (where he stays)
Infirmary armie' and cold wat, r armies—Tne one and nt the do r. Adertis.inti, 1 li,tV! 25 C.nfs: fur
drove the red coats from the land; the other the Ladies and a Gen' lernan 50 cis March - 8.
red noses." I OV EINEM( OF 'HIE POOR.
pxuse for a reply
Ahout three millions c•f people in Groat B:itain
are soxioug to migra•e to !his c..untry or A untra , ,
lia ituri tp the upprolchinz Qummor. Distress it+
driving them from their homes.
The estate of Elinor° Williams late of Cincin
nati is vale d at halt a million.
It is sated that the value of the jewelry worn
by the ladies of Pennsylvania arn_unts to eight
eon millions ! This would pay off the State
debt if the Sto• k could be bought for 50 per cent,
which is probable.
.' Preacher en the Stage. —On the fall
of the curtain at the Theatre at Rochester
last Saturday evening, one of the actors
came forward and announced that there
would be divine service there on the follow.
ino Sund iy evening. The house was filled,
the curtain rose upon a library scene, and
a clergyman went through with the cus
yellow fever rages to a frightful ex
tent in Guyaquil.
They are exhibiting a negro boy in 1110.
bile, who was cut loose from the apron
strings a little too soon. He has all the
marks and developements of a full grown
man, with whiskers, beard, and large mus.
cies, and is, moreover, quite intelligent.
.11 dear bottle of frine.—lt was sometime
since stated that at a dinner given by Pres,.
ident Tyler, a bottle of wine was broached
which- was four hundred years old. The
Temperance Herald enters into a calcula
tion of what it was worth, basing its first
value at 50 cts.; this sum put out at six per
cent iittereit, ,would at that time amount
tattle enormous sum of $7,15948E093.
iliance for . the peo
ple. of lowa earnestly invite young ladies to
"take boat fur Iowa" and find husbands
who will receive them with "open arms."
The paper says:—There a special and
earnest call for about five thousand good
looking, industrious and sweet tempered
young women. We have an excess of a
bout five thousand bachelors, or rather it
should be said ideficit of so many unmarried
women. This state of things cause dreadful
work among the married part of the corn-
Imuni y. we have a very
'liberal divorce law, allowing a dissolution
of the bonds for slight causes, vet our leg
islature is flooded with petitions for divorce.
All young ladies wit& are so philanthropic
as to devise ,to put an end to these family
difficulties, are particularly requested to
take boat for lowa, and they will be wel
comed with open arms."
Arresting Slaves.—Sorne slaves in Rich'
mond, Virginia, stole butter from a country
fanner on the 25th ult., and when he ar
rested one of them, the others attempted a
rescue without success. Nineteen slaves
were also arrested there on the night of the
29th for gambling in aogrocery.
The Oregon Fever breaking out anew
—The agent of the Oregon Emigrants ur
ges those who had resolved to migrate to
the Oregon territory not to abandon their
determination of locating in that El airs,
do, merely beciuse the bill making the
grant of land hai been lost in the House.
Mr. Shively says: "The bill will no doubt
become a law in all its force; and as those
who have made up their minds to locate
in that country have nothing to gain here
and nothing to loose there, the company
will rendezvous at Fort- Leavenworth on
he 20th of Aptil. Mr. Fitzpatrick will
he in readiness to conduct us across the
mountains. Let us occupy this only key
to the Pacific, and never yield one foot of
it to foreign power, and may fingers of na
tional scorn follow to the glove that nelo
- tiation which would ce le aoy portion of it
t o the BritiTh Cloeen or any other poten
Like old Tiaul.—The rile walks of our
business str..ets present a business like ap
pearance rather unusual these times. Box•
es, bales, &c. ate strewed around in large
lots, as they "used to vas" when times
were good. We think the predictions of
those who promise a "renewal of business"
this spring will be fulfilled.
A contemporary says,
have nothing of interest"
niun asks t•liow the re ran Ivn any interest
where there is
ORATOIII .4N.9 MUSIC!
BIZONSON rnintnencel a Popular
I:,kii,se in' Six 'elute., on in tne
Fifth P^esbyte , inn Church, THIS EVENING i
Alarth 9th, at 7 o'do •Ii; in connection avi:h Phy:4-
iolo,:y and the Laves of Lit • rind Health, iv ,th
derituivuratiwal by 01 , MANIKIN, or artislial
mai, representing 1700 parts o: the Body, inter
spersed with three or roil.. tt f l!ltatioqH each Ire
lure, and as many Song", by Nast', of 2; Y.
to illustrate time prine,p'oa of Mental and Vocal
Lecture evenings, Thursday, Monday and
Friday. for 2 week-3. l' , r44rys t j
classes in Elocution and Music, as connected will)
Physiology ,or Physiology a'one,will mud in so'd
church, on Thursday, 9th inst., ut 4 o'clock,
the class: s are entitled to Tit kets far the Public
I offer inyst If ns n candidrte for the office of
Overseer of the Poor, and rcspuetft.lly solicit the
support of rny f, 'cods,
1110 ttio tionuranle the J. , d 4 , 8 of me Cum t of
. General r Ses,iona of the Peace in and
for the Courtly or Allegheny;
The petition of William J dinson, of the 6 rough
of Lan. , eacevide in the county aforesaid. humbly
That your peliiiuo r hath provided himself with
lorlieriiils for the a( e lattoodatioo of truvelei t; and
others, at his dwellio t ; house in the borough aiore
said and prays that your Honors will he plewed to
grant him a license to keep a Pubic House of En
ifirlatuthent . And your petitioner as in duty h mod
will pray. W I ILIA M JOH N - SO
We, the sqbscrihers, ritizeos of Lawreheeville, do
cer ty that the 'shore petal Hier is of good repute for
nohesty arid tempera,ee, and is well provided with
house roil rs,,d ennrenielicca r.r the tveonhnoda
Lion and of strangers and traveler. and that
sail tavern is necessary.
Thins Kirby, Joseph lA'ainright,
John O'Brien, S undel Garrison,
David 1,1 ny d,
.1:)hn Tor Emit,
March 9-1 t
•-:0 the 1-Lin -gable the Judges of the Court of
11. General Quail er Sessions of the Peace in ind
for the County of Allegheny:
The petition of James Hughes, of Pitt Tawns
ship, in the county aforesaid, humbly showeth—
That your petitioner has provided himself with
materials for the accommodation of travellers and
others, at his dwebing house in the township afire
said and prays that your Honors will be pleased
to grunt him a license to keep a Public House of
Entertainment. And your petitioner as in duty
bour d, will pray. JA it. HUGHES.
We, the subscribers, cftivms of Lawremmille,
do certify that the above petitioner is of good res
pute fur honesty and temperance, and is well pro
vided with house room and conveniences for the
accommodation anti,bidging ofatrangers and trav
elers and that said tavern is necessary.
John Farril, Edw'd Fnran,
David Jones, John K. O'Cariell,
John Beery, Hugh Brady,
John Stewart, Chap. Stubbs.
March 9-3 t.
V1117E:room ottnpled By Alderman Stewart, on Penn
rot e gint.
st.,asan oirice—rents36 per year.
Also, LW4I rooms on Penn Pi reel, occupied at present
as a shoe siote— rt . $43 Per year.
Also, MO roomsoccup,rdasa Grocery store, on Penn
street—rent 8313 per year.
Also, a small brick house In the rear of Dr. McMeal's
of f ice on sthstreet—rent per year. Apply to
House Agent, sth Ward.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR A GOOD
FAR,3I.—A lot of ground on Con I Lane, between
Tunnel and High stn., 46 by 100 feet deep, on which are
erected two frame dwelling houses, one 30 feet by !6,
the other smaller. They both rent for $r2.00. and the
ground is oil a perpetual lease at one dollar per foot or
$46 per annum, this 'trope, ty will he sold low for cash or
exchange for a farm, and $l,OOO paid with it: For
further particulars, enquire of Nicholas Whitfield, Bir
mingham, or at Harris' General Agency eruflnt riligence
office, No 9, sth at. mar 9.
lIIIDS. N. 0. Sugar.
(.3 20 bble. Plantation Molasses, this day received by
Steamer Massachusetts, and for Pale by
J. G. 4- A. GORDON,
12 Water street.
I 1119. the Honorable the Judges of Court of Getter
al Quarter Sessions of the Peace, itt and for the coun
ty of Allegheny:
The petition of Michael of the let Ward
Allegheny city, in said county, respectfully showeth—
That he is welt provided with house room and others
conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and
travelers. at the house now occupied by him as a tavern
and being desirous to continue in that I USIIICPS he prays
your honors to giant him a license to keep an inn or
house of Publi: Entertainment, and he will pray, titc.
M. 01-lAN I.ON.
The undersigned, citizens of Ist Ward Allegheny city,
certify that M O'Hanldn, the above named
applicant, is a 2entieman of good repute for honesty and
temperance, and k welt provided with Louse roont and
conveniences for the accommodation and lodging of stran
gers and travelers, and that mid tavern is Ile. essary.
R. IL 51,Clel.and, Arthur Newman,
Alward, ll.tvi I IlArz, -
11. E. Ream, Rob't McC:ltrattry,
J. M. Sooeeden jr , Miehl Coudron,
James McCaffrey, Warner W. Presshater,
George McChesney, Robert Nixon.
"from Congress we
—tile N. Y. U.
A S. F"wkr,
W A. (7Foclicnrts
in nn= O'Brien,
inset) P. li,tep
Jae C. Caminins,
lino the Honorable the Judges of the Court of General :
Quarter Sessions of thy Peace in and for the 1
County of Allegheny.
The petition of R. C. Pomeroy, of Ron Township,
city, in the county aforesaid, humbly !bent( h— 1
That your petitioner hath provided himself with ma- ;
terials for the accommodation of travelers and others, I
at hiA dwelling house in tile city aforesaid, and prays i
that your llonoro will be pleased to grant him n license
to keep a Public House of Entertainment. And your
petitioner a- , In duty bound, wit p ray.
R. C. PONIEROY: ,
We, the sulucrihere, citizens of ROSS Township,
do certify, that the above petitioner is of good
repute for honesty and temperance, and k well provi
ded wilt' house room and conveniences for the accoanno
danon and 1..-ipcetrangers and travellers, and that
said tarill.r Tik . ..p...., :r t, , ,
Thomas P - --• --• •„Lio, . --' .1, L ,.P. WW. llancnck,
04 Ta i ,
Rut ler 1.4 jrc m ,- ...ri . t.u, - Winn Lewis,
Genre I. 7 irdm (Sandler,
'William POitOtiff. Jth , epli Keel,
theory flower,- John Ca•r,
Conrad fmefli.zr, Peter Klinzensin it h
mar 2- , .31.
TO 111 , 1 1 utterable. the Judges. of the Court of
Geoerill laiterte, SeAsioos of . the Peace., in
Anil for ikt count , of Aile g heiiy:
Tile petition ofJ no. Lochttead ;id ,vard city of Pitts
bor4h, in a 0.1 county, respectfully showeth:—
That he is well provided with house room and
other roove , uetic.s for the accommodati• n of wan
g-rs nod travelers, at the house now uc.tupiel by hill
at a iarern: and bein4 desirous to coot flue in the
bu.,tioess 'be prays yew honors to gram. hint 4 license
to keep au lon u. liewie of Public Eutnittionteuts
And s;itt wW pia% ,Stc
it.- notkrsignrd ci izrus of the 3d ward Pros.
1 - wrgh, !eApectfully, cer John Lochhead, the
nao!ea applicanys a pen=nn of goo I re
pate (ti li:uesty and temperance, atri is ive:l Pro ,
vidrri i.h 11-nse rco.n and coon i•licei I , r the ac
n and .o Ig tig of Airo!ge• s and ra •r a.
.d lid !VII tVier . .l la 11 - CeS.Ary for ute ac
of the public.
Kiward Robert Carson,
I fonry Met:io-key, Join! B yrs r,
Coring. Ch ri 8 V , ck,
.John 13..eer, Thomas,:4rk,
Davi I li'och , 'Y, Iti-hard
Edint, George Kirkpatrick.
M. , r , i) 9 —3t."
INDEVI.NDENT TIDE WATER LINE
FOR carrying itlerchandize and Produce to and from
, Pltiladelpilta, Baltimore, New York and
Roston, by the Pennsylvania Canal and Rail road, on
trooper ate principles.
Stock of Ihts line consists of new large Tidewater boats
' , alit expressiy for this route, with all the modern im
provements lu bo.,t building; of a supetabuntlant supply
of ring rale cars on the Portage Railroad; and a full sup.
ply nr strong nod commodious Pennsylvania boats he.
t wren Johnstown and Pittsburgh; all of which will be
conducted by Fober, Whist rious and experienced captains
and superintendents. Charges will be paid on all gouda
Intended to he shipped from Piltshttrils In Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New York or Boston, and consilned to James
Dickey 4 Cu., Canal Basin, corner of Liberty and Wayne
CIF. and will be promptiy,attended to and forwarded with
All Gond.. and produce intended to be shipped from
Philadelphia coastwise, or via the Delaware and Rarl
tun Canal, nod consigned to Hart, Andrew and Mc Kever ,
will be received at their warehouse. first wharf above
Race street. Philadelphia, and shipped directly from
thence without additional handling or expense; a line of
Boston packets connects with the line at this pain , -
Shippers are invited to examine thestock of this line
and judge for themselves, before shipping by any other,
as their interest will be advanced by shipping by it, the
proprietors being determined to exert themselves to the
utmost of their ability for the interest of their custo
mers and pro , perity of their line.
Insurance can be effected cheaper by this line thanany
other, as this route is considered the safest
Hart, Andrews 4- McKever, from Philadelphia and Bal
limore to lloilidayAorg.
Henry L. Patterson,froin Hollidaysburg to Pittsburgh.
Hart, Andrews 4 tilelilever, Philadelphia
Eid , r,Gel.ton 4. Co., PaManure.
Henry L. Patterson, tiottidayaburg.
Jessee Patterson, Johnstown.
James niche', 47 CO. Pitightlr2ll
ADMINISTRIITORS' NOTICE — All persons in•
dented lathe estate of Robert Keenan, late of West
D , er townshm, deed, arc rrquested to make Immediate
payment of the same to the undersigned, and all per.
sons having clalms against said estate are notified to
present the same duly authenticated.
mar a —6tor
10 13ELS. Spirits Turpentine, tbie day received and
for sale by J. G. 4- A. GORDON,
mar 8. 12 Water street.
rd•o the llonorahle, the lud;es of the Court of Gener •
at Quarter Sessions of the Peace, In and for the
county of Allegheny:
The petition of Isaac Taylor, of Versailles Township,
in said county, respectfully ehoweth—
That he is well provided with house room and other con
veniences for the accommodation ofslangers and travelers
and being desirous to continue in that business, tie prays
your honors to grant him a license to keep an Inn or
house of Public Entertainment, and hp wilt pray, ,itc.
The undersigned;citiztas of Versailles Township. re•
spectrally certify, that Isaac Taylor, the above named
applicant, is a gentleman of good repute for honesty and
temperance, and is we I provided with house room and
conveniences for the accommodation and lodging of
skrangers and travelera, and that said tavern is neceviary.
Joctob K-ister, Wm. Michael,
Larkin Stinchoombe, John A. Robiosoa,
John 8-invhcombe, John Howell,
Eseifief Reece. Jacob Kunkle,
Z. Pate, son, Juba M , Cully,
B. Carpenter, Wm. Wallace.
March 8, 1843-I.*
51A AG'T. K EEN AN, Actin 'I.
BERNARD FLANEGAN, Adm'r
CARPETS FOR SALE.
MST RECEIVED and for sale at Baasonaa's 41a011
er Rooms, No 110 Wood it
A large lot of Fine and Superfine Ingripa, Carpel.
Venitlan stair Carpets, Oil Floor Cloth e nage.4.e. which
will be sold at private sale 20 per cent cheaper than
any ever before offered In thl, market.
hiarch 7• R A. BAUMAN, Jig,
FirIHR sale of Fresh Sprlng 4 Goods will be eondneed et
Bartswas's Aution Roosts, No 110 Wood d every
day this weei, at 10 a. x. and 2e. at. it rare shame
for bargains is now offered ,as the go de °feted-met4W.
tirely new, the assortment complete, and the vitiates
of the very best
FOR a term of years. Two building !casco tbs'inseh
of the Allegheny river. adjoining the 04, Jibe.
Apply at the house Agency, Penn street, sth Ward.
mar 2. JAMES BLAKELY,
ON E hrlck dwelling house, containiag
fahall, two parlours, 4 toning up Matra, with Is.
kited garret,tlining room and klichen.*ltt
rine house, 4.c. This nouns is pleasantly located
yard in front and rear, on the canal bank. write,*
Chesnut street, leading to upper bridge. now in the as
cu pane) , of Mr. McClurg. rent. to suit the times—Enquire
of Dr. Whittaker, Allegheny City. war 8,
TO the Fro - torah:o, the Judges of the Court of
General Qua r ter Sess'ons of the PCInCIN in and
for the County of Allegheny.
The petition of Mrs. Murray, of Pitt . TEArn•
ship, itt the county aforesaid, humbly showed), that
your petitioner hash provided herself with materials
fur the accommodation of travelers and others, at her
dwelling house, is the township and county slate
said, and prays that your Honors will be plesseitto
g,ant•her a license to keep a public how, of efiter
taitiment. And your petitioner, as in duty bostad
We the subscribers, citizens of Pitt township, do
certify that the above petitioner is oreoodreputelor
hotte:ty and temperance, and is well provided with(
hou-e loom aud enuveniences for the acconnotia—
end lodglng of strangers and travelers, and tfie
said tavern is necessary -
Farrow, George L Reis,
Thomas Halley, Eriw . a Gazzam,
Wiliam Detherifige, Alez'r, Miilar,
Jt lin Humbert, -James Ross,
J. D W. White,
March 7-3 t.
f 0 the Honorable, the Judges of the Court of Ginerat
.11. (limner Sessions of the Peace, In and for Ligiagooggi
ty of Allegheny.
The petition of Henry Rea. of Pitt 4 rownibtp I.
salti county, respectfully shoWeth:_
That he is well provided with house room and ssiihms
conveniences for the accommodation of strain* f
travellers, at the house now occupied by filmes a to
and belt g Jevirous to continue in that business be
your honors to grant him a license to keep /
house of Public Entertainment. And hes," •1. '
HENRY • 7 ,- 4 4 — .41
The undersigned, ci'izene of Pitt Towomit
epee' fully cer, ifs, that Henry It. a, the above nil
!Meant. is a gentleman of gond repute for h. ...
temperance, and is well provided with house rooms-
conveniences for the accommodation and lodging or •
gers arid travelers, and that said tavern is neeesssist
the accommodation of the public.
Brown Irwin, James C. Cummins,
James itia hardson, Wm. Arihnrs,
Jacob Tomer, Henry :::timple,
A. B. Curling, John Aiken,
A. Mirk, R. , bert Williams,
Danirl I, irr., James Cargo.
rilOthe Hnna•atte Jod.los or the Court of Gemini!
.11-• Roarier Sessions of tbe Perace In and for Inc connly
of AI lledheny.
- The petition of William Gardner, of Lower St. Clair
Towniiinp, in said county, Imititi:y atieweth:— 4 ,
Thal your petitioner bath provided blinsell witHisos.
crlals fur the areutntnodation of traveters and oi brat.*
dwelling Timm in the township aforesald,andoroys
that your honor , : will he pleaset to 2rrint hint a license to
keep a !louse of Entertainment. Ault yoiklie
itioner, us in duty bound. will pray.
\VI LLI A NI GARDNER.
We'. the anharriliers. citizen,: of Lower St. Clair 1p.,:d0
certify, dint Me above poiloner is or Food reoniailar
oniony and tempi , . ranre. and la welt provided with
house room and ronvenienees for the. aeronanod.Allort of
mrangers and travelero,rind that said tavern is necessary.
Danial naliA y, Jeremiah Dthilavy,
J PIMeS IC IlardSr.ll,
Tamflas 11 Carl,
oil 10 tne i Intuitable the .1 u tiges of the Court of (hitt
era Quarter Sa.mions ,f the Peace, in and Tar
the county of Allegheny
The petition of Wm. Milholland of Lower St Clair
tow,iship, in said mumtr , respectfolly shou - eih, That
he 13 well provided with house room and other con
veniences for the acrotnmodation of strangers and
travelers, at the house, now occupied by him. as a
tavern; and bring deArnits to omitinue i t that_btesr
ness, ha prays your honors to e.ratit him a limning:la
keep en Inn or house of Puhliu Emei taiument and
he will ever pray.
WILLI M 9IILHOLLAVD.
The uudorsittopti • citizens if Lower St Clair town•
ship, tespeetfotty certify, that Win. Mahtiland,
the ah , ,ve named ,ttpl -sot, is a gentleman origurid
rerote for honesty aml temperance, and is well pro.
vid•d with hou-e aeon aad conveniences for the ac.
e o ;,, l nnd t,inn and lod g in g of strangers and travelers,
and that raid ta,ern is necessary for /he aceommotht■
ti of the public.
John Pole.Chog, Geo. S. Hays,
Thomas Blaci.u , nore, Ifeory Giffin,
John Murray, Jams
John lirawdy, %Vahan) B ,ggs,
Wilhatn Meredith, Caleb Foster,
],ho D. Wier,'
SUGAR JIND MOUSSES.:' .
blida N.O Sugar.
120 bbls N 0. Molasses.
in prime order, just received by 8. B. AreadeAnd for
sale by .1. W. BURBRIDGE .
mar 2. Water st. between Wood and SmitihnidB"
fIR. DILNIEL 'Mire on Fifth street
I,otween Wood and Smithfield streets, Pittsburgh. _
MOTICE to Steam Boat Owners.—The subscriber, la
II consequence of the difficulty of the times, has role
red the pr!re of boa &Very Gatartifor the prevention , of
the explosion of steam boilers, to $l5O per boat.
Is borKO that all bum owners will avail I hetnsetie
of these reacormide terms, not only on account of the
perfect safety they afford, but also in point of economy.
goiters with the apparatus attached wail wear abon
wice as to, as those not provided with them
March 8-3 in
50 FIFIng N, 0. Suaar,
2.30 ftliLS N, 0. Mckteses
40 Tierces eke.
20 Bldg No 2 Mackerel, " ''' ..
10 do No. 2 do. ',. .-
' 7 Tierees Sperm Oil. Inst received per 811-010101.
Mail. a nd for sale by J. W. malign:ME 4. or,
mar 4, Wally'. 3s- between Wood and Ihodbilitid.
HOUSE WANTED.—A small bowie evertioCtiter
not to esreed 8100 per annum. APPIy at Tulr
TLE'S Medical Agency, 86 Funrtb street.
CV.I hand and for :We on accoroarodatincletWaiAtte:
l—reash, or exchanged for trade or produce t• fietilitilj! i
signeef: 400 cute of 4 and 5 doutde purple and yellow. - 4
carpet chain. 300 dozen good and cheap window, appik
evsorted rite!, and window glare to tolt.if wanted. Ma
aveartment of C r 4 A set, t3hovrts, Spades, DoCfprlitit.,
Balceovene,Te.i 'Kettles, and' other moots; Cfmirmits
Carpeta, Coro Brooms and Brno/tea.
ISAAC RARRIti, Arent . ,
4.• Corn. Met 9, FlMltet--'4
GREEN APPZ,SB. Jug received from 4481401111,160
40 Mile Greed Apple., comprising every vart4lo,lllo
Brat rale order. ISAAC CRUMB:
re b 4. 14S Lebetlyst
R. J. 841:19X4X,Atter.
Junes C. Cummitts.'i
J P. EZoss,
J. P. Pose
C. EV Amos