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produced his death, as from the morbid
state of h"s sytem, consequent upon his
loos:. manner of living, it required hut. little
to render any injure fatal' At the reduest
of the girl, a legal investigation was had
by the Coroner and Recorder, and the
above facts elicited; while to save her feel
ings, the names, Ar.c. of the parties were,
and are still withheld from the public.
JAMES BUCIIINAN ;
sohjectto the dechlon of a National Convention.
DAILY SIORNING POST.
Till. PHILLIPS k vl9l. H. SMITH, KUITORa 4040 PROPRIICIORS
MONDAY. APRIL 1813
Wholesale Robbetty—Seventy five Thou
sand Dollars Slolen,—The most daring
and extensive robbery we have heard of
occurred itt Columbus, Georgia, on the
f4th inst. On the evening of that day,
just as the officers of the W extern Insurance
and Trust Company of that city were about
closing the vaults and the bank for the
night, three or more persons entered the
banking house in 'disguise, secured the of
ficers in such a manner as: to render th'em
unable to give an alarna,4md then proceed
ed to rob the vaults, This they did, and
then escaped. As near as can be aver.
tained, the following amounts were taken:
$9,000 in American and Georgia gold;
$12,500 in notes of Augusta Insurance
and Banking Company, Brunswick Bank,
Mechanics Bank of Augusta; and Bank of
Charleston; $l,OOO in Central Bank notes;
$1,175 in Columbus Bank notes and other
--claims on said bank; a package of memo
randa of moneys in the hands of a , ents of
the bank amounting to $2,400; various
packages of special tkposites, composed of
• $lB,OOO in notes of the Bank of Charles.
ton. 614;000 in notes'of the Bank of Da
-rtin, Georgia, and $lO,OOO or $.15,000 in
various other bank notes. A reward of
.5,000 is offered for the recovery of the
money, or a proport ontte reward fir any
amount recovered, or for any information
which may lead to the recovery. This is
certainly one of the most daring robberies
which has occurred in this or any other
country, and we trust that our constabu
lary and police force, with every good cit
izen, will be on the lookout fur the deter"
Lion of the perpetrators. It is somewhat
singular that the source from which we de
rived our iliformation gave no description
of the persons of the robbers. They
were. however, disguised, and under such
circumstances, a description would be dif-
Mat to make
Jwful Depravity.--The Washington
Examiner of Saturday gi ves an account of
a most lamentable occurrence that took
place in Morris township, about ten miles
Prom Washington, Pa.; 0 ► Thursday
evening a man as' au'ted his wife with a
pair of tongs, and after most hot ribly mu
tilating her head,eommitted suicide by cut
ting his throat with a razor. Mrs. Clark
was living 24 hours after the occurrence,
though no hope was entertained of her re
covery. Clark died immediately. He is
said to be a man of most violent temper,
and who had been guilty of frequent acts of
brutality towards his family. At the com
mencement of this lamentable elf tir two of
his children were in the house, but through
fear fled to the most convenient neighbors.
who upon arriving at Cla►k's house found
him dead and Mrs. Clark lying upon the
floor id a state of insensibility.
1111)ocioue murder of a young Married
Woman in Baltimore county, Md. —Mrs.
Melinda Horn, aged, 18, wife of Adam
Horn ? suddenly disappeared about four
weeks ago from her husband's residence
on Hanover turnpike about 23 miles from
Baltimore. MI attempts to discover her
were ineffectual, until Monday afternoon,
when a party of the neighbors while search.
ittg for her, found her body horribly muti
Gated and enclosed in a coffee bag, in a
ditch at a short distam•e from her d welling.
The legs and arms had been cut off and
were found wrapped in a coarse cloth in
the upper part of the back buii : ling of thu
'house in which her husband,resided, Sh
had been martied about a year and, was
enciente at the time of the murder. Sus
picion fastens on the husband. His treat--
meat of her had been very harsh, so :ha
she was compelled to leave him last fall,—
He left home yesterday morning, was seen
on the road carrying a small bundle; and
there is no further account of him, He is
a tailor by trade, abut 45 years old, pock.
marked; had on when he left, a blue frock
coat, grey pantaloons and black hat. A
suitable reward will be given for his appre
Godfrey.Pape, editor of the Kentuckian,
whose trial for the murder of Bliss, has
just closed, has been acquitted. The
assistakeement of hie acquittal was received
by loud plaudits by the ladies and get,tle-
men who thronged the Court Room, The
Kentuckian says:—'•Tbus ends thiS exci
ting affeir; and maugre. all the efforts to in.
fuse a subtle poison into the public ear, the
Accusation falls to the ground. It is a
source of comfort to the father, the wife,
the son and husband is fully restored to
their love; and that the laws of his country
have done him justice, end wiped the stai
from his scut. heon, attempted to be fixed
there by those who love him not.
ino wants a Wife?—W hat white man
wants a colored wife? That's the question.
There is 0 , 1 African Princess of immense
wealth in Paris, who is anxious to give
herself away lo some white '
the following extracts of a lettsr in Le
Covrrier des E!als Unis, we Altonld im
agine that her prospects in Paris were not
" rile famous black - heiress, with all her
million., and all her diamonds, has not yet
found a suitable husban I. &Irons hesitate,
counts reflect, marquises draw back, and
dukes shudder. There are means less re
pulsive of geiting rich. A bill posted obi
all the wails of ParH off,:red a r-ward of
two hundied and fifty thousand francs for
the recovery of the lust coupons of inter
est, belonging to the late estate of Mar t inis
of Hertford. The beautiful ebony girl
has retired to a cony r.t. Persons are
permitted to see her in the parlor accom
panied by her lawyer, who gives to can
didttes the most ample details of her large
dowry. Yesterday a viscount of my ac
quaintance, v ry poor, but young, boldly
presented himself to her. After his-visit,
on quitting the convent, the lawyer, with
an inter rogating lonk. said to him
"Well," replied the viscount, "I had
rather go and look fm the coupons of the
Marquis of Hertford."
Dan Marble tells a story about a Yankee
tailor dunning a man for the amount of his
bill. The man said he "was sorry, very
sorry, very sorry indeed, that he couldn't
pay it." 4. Well," said the tailor, '• 1 took
you for a man that would he sorry, but if
you are sorrier than 1 am, then I'll quit.
From the way the Western Empire, at
Dayton, Ohio, i 3 walking into a fellow
named Schenk, we would not be surprised
to hear of another editor getting his quiets
us with something more powerful than a
"bare bodkin." If our memory serves us,
this Schenk is the same prrson who assail.
ed the editor of the Statesman in IS-10,
and got well flogged for his blackguard,
Mr, C. C. Parsons the original dtlinea•
tor of the peculiarities of "Rowing Ralph
Stackpole," is preaching nightly to a Aleih . .
odist Congregation in Cincinnati.
France and England have entered into
a treat• for the mutual surrender of fugi•
lives. It has never been done berme.
The New York correspondent of the
National Intellfgencer says-- "Major Noah
is about. to start a neutral paper.'
The people in New Orleans have found
a turtle shell that weighs 3,009 pounds.—
That must have been the big t.rtoise that
the world used to stand on.
A whale recently - wade his appearance in
Long-Island Sound, and some of the inha
bitants on shore were so mach surprised
that they thought the end of the world.(and
the biggest end) had come, sure enough.
England waking up.—They have had
several shocks of earthquakes in that coun
try lately. We would rather hear of a
Chartist-quake there; it would be more hew
The Democrats of Prnffit's district in
Indiana, have nominated Robt. Dale Owen
The splendid country seat of the late
Chancellot Sanford, at Flushing, N. V.,
which cost more than a hundred thousand
dollars, was sold at auction, at thu New
York Exchange, on Wednesday,by James
bI. Miller & Co., for $15,400. The pur
chaseris R. Beatty, EN,
Indian Murders.--Three whites were
cruelly murdered by Indians at. Fort At
kinson, lowa, on the 27th ult. Two
more, who were wounded, were not ex•
pected to live. The Indians were taken.
There is a Rhondandron Tree in the
Public C .nservatory at Boston, which has
now more than 2000 8 ewers expanded,
forming a truly magnificent sight.
Three large and brilliant meteors passed
over Detroit. Mich., on the 3d inst. One
'thehe exploded with a sound resembling
discharge of a heavy cannon.
A lawyer, in a letter to a brother counsel
lor of Lowell, after speaking of the very
hard times among the profession of his
place,said, "We had a fight and a knock
in nor village yesterday which knock
ed five dollars into my pocket. Do pray
that the work may go on!"—Boston
Another hen has laid another egg, in
New Jersey, inscribed "end of the world
—1843!" Very well. The hens we sup
pose must have it their own way.—[New
We don't see what is to hen der them.
The Rainers are in Louisville. They I
will probably visit this city again.
The Hon. W. Forward was in N. Y. on
the 19th inst.
An association has been formed in Boer
ton, called 'The American and Foreign
Sabbath Union,' the object of which i a to'
endeavor to promote a better observance of
Lluisiana.—A bill dividing the state in
to distriels for the choice of members of
Congress has pissed both branches of the
Theatricals in China,—The Hong Kong
newspapers announce the introduction of
theatricals into China by Messrs Datron
quoy & Co. ,
Took Laudanum.—A man in N. York
on Monday, because he did not agree with
his wife. A singular mode of settling
Another unsuecesslul anal' pt was made
last Friday to erect a Mayor of Portland.—
[lard to please in that quarter.
Mrs. Kean.—Nl re, Kean, late Ellen Tree
was lyin seriously ill at Bath, Eng., per
Boat Sank:—T he steamboat Robert
Fultet, Capt. Haley, on her way to Apal•
chieola lately from India, ran upon a snag
in making Virginia P,,int, and went to the
bottom. No freight.
(I?'"rne Virginia elections for member.
ft..;ongre ss take place on Thursday, 27th
The Pennsylvania Reporter gives the
tollowit:g synopsis of the annual appropri•
ation bill fur the support of the Gotrern
went from December 1, 1842, to Novena -
ber 30, 1843:
Fur the expenses of Govern
ment, 8250,000 00
Payment of Pensions and Gra
tuitits, 47,000 00
Militia exp-nses, 20,000 00
Cull-ges, Academies and Fe•
male Seminaries, 13.500 00
Common School purposes, 250,000 00
House of Refuge, 5,000 00
Institution for the instruction of
the blind, 410 8,000 00
Itiati'ution for the instruction
orthe deaf and dumb, 11,000 00
Repair of Public Grounds 300 00
State Library, old debts and
repairs, 2,000 00
Nicholson Commissioners, 4,500 00
Eastern Penitentiary, 8 000 00
Western 5,000 00
Interest on 4th May iesues, 30,000 00
Interest on certificates to Do.
mcstic Creditors, 72,000 00
Temporary loan under act of
April ';3B, 15,000 00
Miscellaneous, 5,000 00
Pa‘ merit of Lock keepers,
Collectors and IVeiglrinas•
tees, 50,000 00
Canal Commissioners and ex
penses, 6,:_80 00
Extraordinary repairson ca•
nals and rail roads, 50.000 00
Total, 5562,680 00
This is a less sum than hag ever tt”reto
fore brew appropriated to the same objects,
and shows a commendable reform in
many of its items.
Tribute to Father Mathew.—The follow•
ing testimonial of Father Matthew's servi
ces in the cause of Temperance, was borne
by Earl Fontescue, in a letter enclosing a
£5 contribution to the 'Mathew Testimo—
nial.' He could not have spoken better if
he had been a plain minister, instead of an
"Few men on record, in any age or
country, have wit Hit the same space of
time, contributed as much as he has to the
moral improvement of their fellow crea
tures; none. I am sire, ever devoted them•
selves to any good work with more uutir
big zeal or more unaffected and single•-
lire in Maysville. --OA Niondry night
last a destructive fire occurred in Mays
ville. Eagle office,types, cases, with some
paper and books, were destroyed. The
following persons are the suffeasrs:
The latge 3 story brick row belor.ging.to
Messrs Harper & Peter Lee,and nrcupied
by Messrs Cutter 4. Gray, .Grocers; Mess.
Collins & Brown as printing office; Jos.
Frank, tinner; and R H Lee, cotton store.
The loss is estimated at $25,000. Some
of the parties were protected by insurance.
A rain fortunately saved the destruction of
Starvation in Michigan.—The follow
ing is an extract from a letter dated
MONROE, April 1, 1843.
"The whole . State is completely 'starved
out fur want ofsfood for cattle and sheep;
hundreds are starving daily. All the fod
der of every kind is fed out in many coun
ties west and north. The farmers send
clear from Saginaw to Detroit atter teed,
Through this section they are feeding out
their wheat and potatoes. We have had
all the good wheat the mill could grind
since Mr. left. All the farmers care
about, however, is the oft - slings, the flour is
now no consequence; some of them merely
have wheat choppad, and feed it out in this
manner. Should this cold weather last a
week or two longer the farmers will hava
to haul home again the wheat they have
stored to sell. Price of Hay 75. eta. per
ewt.; Oats 31 cts ; Shorts 12ic, In Adri
an, Bran 123-c; Shorts 31 c; Corn Meal
81,00 per cwl, d.a."
LATE FROM EUROPE.
MOUVAL OF THE BRITTANI A.
The steamer Brittania arrived at her
wharf in East Boston at. 11 o'clock Weds
nesday morning—thus making the passage
in little more than 14 days. She made
the trip from Halifax in 36 hours, being
the shortest on record.
The commercial news received by the
Britannia, is highly satisfactory and—en
couraging. Trade in the English manu.
facturin2 districts has greatly imprord.
Cotton Market] extremely buoyant, not
withstanding the stock on hand at Liver
pool on the first inot, was one hundred and!
thirty thousand bales more than it was at
the same period last year. The arrival.
however, of the steamer Great Western,
at Liverpool, on the Ist inst., with advice&
of an unusually heavy crop had an unfavor.
able effect upon the market, and American
descriptions declined about per pound
from the previous quotation.
Commodore Porter. the United States
Minister at Constantinople, died there on
the 3d inst.
Mr. Featherstonhangli came passenger
in the steamer.
The President's Message, on the Ash.
burton Treaty, and the closing of Con—
gress, was received by the Great Western:
the Mt bsago created some excitement,and
tho London Times handles it without
The Thames Tunnel was opened on
Saturday, the 25th ult. Robert Southey,
the poet laureate of England died on the
21st of March. He left a property of
The lessee f the Covent Garden Thea.
tre has brought an action against the cele.
brated Fanny Ellsier, for not fulfilling her
engagement. Damages are laid at 83,000
The Commons discussed the Ashburton
Treaty on Tuesday night the 21st. Lord
Palmerston attacked and Sir Robert Pet-1
defended the treaty; both speeches were
marked by usual ability. Th., debate was
renewed, by adjournment on Wednesday
evening, only two or three speeches had,
however. been delivered, when the house
was counted out. Thus prematurely en
ded the dis'•usFion of the Treaty of Wash•
ington. Mr. Hume has announced his in
tention of movinz a vote of thanks to the
Government arid Ambassador for their wis
dom in concluding the treal. which he
considers and eulogises as one of peace and
In Ole I3ritish House of Lords, the Earl
of %Vicki Lisve notice, on the part of
Lord 13r rWiarn, thPt on the 4th in-t. he
would move a vote of thanks to Lord Ash
borton, for concluding the recent treaty
In the House of Commons, April 3d
Sir IL Peel stated, in reply to a question
from Lord J. Russell, that he had received
despatches from Mr. Fox with a copy of
the President's Message and the coramus
nication of Mr. Webster, snd that he would
lay them before the Hotiset The G. vitro
rnent had not given iinalructions t•I Lord
Ashburton that modified Lird Aberdeen's
despatch of December 1841—by its prin
ciples they were determined to adhere,
In the Prerogative Cmot, three codicils
to the will of the late Marquis of Hertford
one of them leaving 100,000 dollars U• S.
bank stock to Mr. Wilson Croker, were
in France the power of M. Guiz rt seems
to be now perfertly consolidated, arid
better feeling exists between that country
and England than has of late years been
The .11adeletne,' by Can:va, in the Au•
guado Gallery, was sold at Paris on Tues
day for the sum of 59,500 f, to the Duke de
Sarraglia. It is said that this treasure of
art is to be taken into Italy.
A letter from Barcelona, annOunces the
discovery of another cousin:B , y amongst
the troops of the garrison of Nlontjurich,
and that twelve non-commissioned officers
had been arrested, and sent to Madrid for
The Cincin. Times of the 18th sa
'dlcling Pa rbon Parsons left this city this
morning, having closed a v•ry succes,ful
engagement at the Ninth street Methodist
MIAMI CANAL.—We had no receipts
FLOUR.—Stock on hand light and pri
ces declining. A few sales made yesterday
at $2,90. [folders are not disposed to sell
Whiskey—Was in gond demand yester
day at 14c.—Cin. Sun.
Lit week of the engagement of Miss MEL
TON, Mrs. FLYNN, and Mr. LATHAM.
.First night of the nperatic crimcdy of
ENGLISH IN INDIA.
With a great cast.
A great variety ; of Songs
T•) conclude with
TIIE YOUNG WIDOW
A number cfs o ,,gs during the evening for which
see bills uf the DVI.
Doors open at 7 o'clock, Perforai‘
mence at half past 7
Loser Boxes, 50 cents Second Tier, 37i
Pitt, 25 " I Gallery. .1.2 i cents
E. H. Heastings,
1114 ECM:MING BECULATOB and Surveyor. °lrmo
1111.1 n 4th street, next door to the Bank of
ap 24-1 m
RESH FLOUR.-96 bide just received for safe low
JU for cask. LIAILMAN, JENNINGS 4- co.
l i Z a t FOR CINCINNATI.
THE fast running passenger steamer SWIFTSURE-
Rohlnson - ittastei, will depart for the above and in
termediate port e this morning, Monday, April 24, at 10
o'clock. This I,xrat,to add lo the safely of passengers
tar Just been furnished w lib a new set of Rollers, and Is
also provided vrii;) Evans' Safety Guard. For freight or
passage, apply on board or to BIRMINGHAM co, a
ap 24 Walla su
or tut Post.
- Moan. Editors:—AB Mr. V. Scribe has
seen proper, to answer an anonymous corn•
munication, signed by a German Dem
ocrat," and not a charge made against him
in my paper, I consider it my duty, to ex
plain to your readers the reasons he had
It is well known to every person, that
Mr. V. Scribe is the editor of a German
Whig paper, which he is pleased to call a
neutral paper—the High Sheriff Mr. B.
Weaver, the County Commissioners and
and other Whigs in office to whom he has
introduc,ed himself as a faithful Whig, will
prove this statement. Had he answered
my charges in his paper ikpublishe4 there
such a letter, as he did in your paper, the-
Whigs must have been offended by the
mean conduct of Mr. Scribe, and, of course
would have stopped his paper. But not
to cffend either party, he swallowed all I
wrote in my paper against him respecting
the publication of a Democratic paper, a::d
even when I said he was an infamous liar,
he did not say a word in defence; and such
a man dare say that he is a Democrat!—
"O shame where is thy blush!" When he
mentions 'll his letter, that he edited a Ger
man democratic paper for 3 or 4 years, he
forgot to state that he was then an appren
tice of Mr. Ruby, in Chambersburg, and
that he would as readilyhave edited aWhig,
or even a royal paper, if' his master, who
fur unately was a Democrat, had been a
%'hig or a Royalist.
When Mr. Scriba bought the "Frei.
hefts Fri red," he perceived, that he would
succeed better by carrying water on both
shoulders; but when he came to Pittsburgh
with a view to suppress the democratic pa•
per in which he and others of the whip
unfortnately succeeded, he placed him
self under the control of the whip, and has
supported them ever since. In 1838, as
well as in 1840, be fought for Rimer and
and Gen. Harrison, and published the ;i•
les. slanders against the Democratic party.
—He acted as Secretary at several whig
meetings, held at the Union Factory, at
that time known as the Harrison Factory.
Should he have the i tepudence to show his
face at any German democratic meeting,
he till certainly have to make him-elf
scarce very soon, and whatever candidate
he should propose, the Germans will 1 .,a a
gainst him to a man.
The gentleman who wrote Mr. Scriba's
communication in your paper, made me ac
tually laugh at his protestation of a warm
heart, honesty and eptightncss! Like Di
()pea with the Lantern, to find a faithful
man, yier would have to search every cor
ner if you want'al to get information of
Mr. Scribe's haracter, &it is to be hoped
that he will do all in his power, to make
the public at large acquainted with him.
JOHN G. BACKOFFEN,
Editor if the Pittsburgher Courier.
( out nurrial Nekatf.
1G feet water in the channel
Repotted by SIIEBLE & 1TC116.1, General S. B
Agents, No 5, Market street.
Fulton, Fursyth , St Loui-,I
*c o u IlurdoJt, Wheeling..
8.,11 Air, Barclay. New Orleans. -
Pinta, Vandegriff, Sunfish
Little Mail, Gaskill, Brownsvile,
Belmont, Poe, Wheeling.
A~lcghenv Belk, Hanna, Warren.
*ll.dian Queen; Rriekt_ll. Ship yard.
a.Missouri Mail, Littleton, do
Express, Par ktnson, Cincinnati.
I lerald. w• on St Louis.
La• eaVer, Kltnefeltcr, Wabash.
*Michigan, 'toies, Beaver
•Clevela-d, fiemphig, do
Ming-, Chief, De , inny, Wheeling.
•Ida, Dunsuni, Franklin.
•Montgoinery, Gregg, Cincinnati.
Micliugan, Bole., Beaver
*Cleveland, Hemphill, do.
*Valley Forge, Baird, St Louis.
Minatrcl, Ingram, Wabash.
Little Mail, Gaskill. Brownsville. -
Alpine, Cockbut n, Bronsville.
Utica, Klinerelter, St Louis.
*Columbiana, Murdock, Wheeling.
Express. Parkinson Cincinnati.
Pulaski Hanna, Franklin.
Cotton.—The Queen of the South arrives yester
day from Mobile with eight hundred bales ofeotten
on board• We understand that is all intended
for the manufacturers of our city. Such immense
quantities as this of the raw material comiag to
our city to be munufactured into goods, shews
that the better times are indeed returning, and is
an assurance that the skill and industry of our
population will have busy times once wore.
The Yaz to Whig of the 7th inst., says:—
"The Yazqo river has been falling slowly
for some days past; but the largest class Of
boats that enter the trade can yet ply with
all ease, several of which are still making
regular trips to the towns and landings; a—
bove. It is said much cotton yet remains
to be shipped.
The Wabash.—The Terre Haute (la.)
Courier of the Bth inst., says the Wabash is
in fine navigable order; some ten or a dozen
steamboats have been at our wharf.•,leaving
a large quantity of freight for this place—
and have now passed on up the river to
ports above. There is also a great stir
among the flat boats loading and startingoff
tor the south.
The river at Cincinnati is higher than it
has been this spring, and iniill rising.
ST. LOUIS, APRIL 15.—The River.—
All the upper rivers are now open and in
exellent condition for navigation. The
rise in the Missouri, as we learn by the la.
tan, is very great, and at the latest accounts
was stilt increasing. The Mississippi has
risen with astonishing rapidity singe day
be yesterday, and is still going up. It
iWwrly as high as we have ever seen
I t at thMeasou of the year.
43 Wood Bt.
GENERAL ('OM viITTEE OF FIN-
Messrs SIIALCR, MINN?, B.xewLca . E D. GAzzau,Tapt
- This Comilla cc wilt n ert at the I . wird of Trade
Rooms, on Tue day, 231 h hitt no 3 o'clock.
1 p 22. w nom ssortor., Clew. II
Iv IRT LECTURES
Pro'. B. Silliman of Yale College,
Having e•rived, will deliver la Lectureintredwc-
tory to a course on Geology, before the Wiri
stitute, on Monday eiening, 24th Kist ..at 71 o',
clock, in the Third Fresh) let ian Church.
This L. (tare will be FREE to the public!
Notice of succeeding Lectures, will be vaen.at
the conclusion of the fire-Lecture.
Subscribers and others who design attendirg
this course of Lectures can obtain tickets of
SA ML (.7.4iHUEY, No. G 6 Wood street,
W. W, WILSON, Markel street,
JOHN S. COSGRAVE, 114 Wood
JOHN B. SEMPLE, 50 " "
W. B. SCAIFE. 44
PODlie N otice.
To the Farmers, Mechanics, and Workingesel
of Allegheny Co--The Committee by you_appeint
ed in public meeting in the new Court House on the
Bth day of last month, with instructions to prepare
measures fur future action, respecttfulty o..treet you
to assetn . )le in your respective townstups of the Co
and wards of the Cities, on Saturdoy evening, the
29th inst., and there elect in each, two delegates with
inbouctions, to meet in Convention on the Ist Wed
tiesday of next May, prepar dd to adopt such zees.
ores as a ill hot eafter aecu, e in organized and well
ditected actiou of the weal,h pruduc.ng interest.
The newspapers published in this cijy and in Al.
I egheily are requested to gi , e ihis noti , e pullet?) , in
heir columns. JOHN FERRAL,
ap 19 Chairman.
THOS. H. b'TOCKTON, EDITOR.
With the January number commenced the 3d. Top.
of nil , tru'y valuable publication. It is devoted to me ad.
vancement of all Christian Interests, and is-441 e or •n of
no party or .§ect. The plan of the work contempin es .
ignial ¢ independent expositions nine religion of Chrhst
as found in the Bit.l . 0, sitetcues of all churches
and benevolent ins' buttons, cach represented by author•
fly of its own Original [reviews, POI try, and General
niciligenee. It has a I hoiee circle of correspondents,
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JJ UST'RECEIVED—A small retail assortment of Dry
Goods. Cat pet Chaln, Hardware. Spades, Hoes. Hay
and Dung Forks. Coffee Mills, Brushes, Cooper's Warr,
etc , ror sale low for cash or approved exchange to mil
comagrices. taxer. lIARRis. Agent and
*p Z 2 Cotta Mer'i, No 9. Srir st.
Y order of the Orphau's Court of 411eglieoy cam.
C• r ietioA Darragh appointed au Audilot to audit the
account of Philip Simpler and Feist Ebetilcr, Guardia's!,
or wa sThigtois Flowers and Eliailieth Flowers. miner
children or Thomas Flowers. dereaced.
Notice is hereby given that the audi - or will proceed
to audit this account at the cffice of Mahon and Wash.
Javan In Sakewetl's Splitting!: in the city of Pittsburgh
on Tuesday the 33t1 day of May. 1843. at 3 o'clock p us.
np 2.3-3 i con NELIUS DA RRAGB.
ErnitITVATISNI•—A II persons who may be affected
with Rhemnall,:m. Gout, Concentrated cords or Limbs,
can find a pure stud effectual remedy, by using H e rr en .
Nerve and Bone Liniment and Indian Elixer Hundreds
In this city and vicinity, who have been laboring for
fears under the pains of those dreadful complaints, wed
have been under the hands of the most skillful Doniurs
without rerelvinz any benefit, have tried it, and tree
cured by the use of only nue bottle Cl each of the above.
The genuine coo he procured only at 'I LITTLE EI, £6
Fourth street. Pit tsburlr It. au*
IDST RECEIVED,z ,large , upply or tlr Swayue's
al Syrup of Wild eterry,and Cur sale wholesale aad
wail by WM. TIIORN,
ar• 21. No 53, Market st.
4HHDQ. Bacon If!anti,
24 Bags Feathers.
s HI barrels Rujitit Howe blolasser,
On consignment. lamtlng front. steamer A Ins, mid-(Sr
sale on ilberat,terns - ,6y BAILMAN JENNINGS It Co..
P 30 43 Wood *tee
NEW YORK DYER
OSEB. NIMES. would respectfully inform his friends
Vend the public ingeneral,tliat he dies Ladles' &etas,
Habits and Mantels of every description, black sod warrants ltent not t o smut, and to look equal to new
goods. He dyes fancy colors of all descript hint on-allk
and cotton yarn. Also, cleans and re Cores the COWS
erxentlemen's clothing. so as to re,,emble new goods,
&Ir. H. flatters himself tht t he can plenae tie public,
as he has done an extensive liiisines in New YOI k lip
!Weeny years. All work donavon moderate terms at his
establishment an Sth 1.1, between Woad and Emithaeld
netr the Theatre.
Thii is to ccrtiry that OSEE 1 - 11141E9 hoe
done work for us, which has fully answered out
expcctatiuns, and we consider him a competent
S. Hemphill, Wm. Barnes. J. B. Shutt!cif,
David Hall, B. F. Mann. David Nies, Joseph
French, jr.. Andrew Purdy. W. B. Boica, Wm.
Porter, H H. Smith, Henry Javens, A. Shocker,
jr.,Joseph Vera, George Barnes . ap 20th.
FASHIONABLE BOOT MAKING.
BPERRY lakes this method of informin g the public
In general that he continues to carry on the
above business In the illoaotsoenat♦ Hocsx Htniartnos,
No 1 Water street, where, ait h strict personal alleluias
he hopes to please all who will favor him wi h their pa.
trona g e. From Ills long experience in the huslnetis.h e
Batters himself that his work cannot be excelled In neat.
ness and durability, at least west of the Mountainr, but
it Is useless to boast—a fair trial is the best evkletate.
To suit the times be manufactures Boots at various prl.
ces; from as lo w as jive dollars up to his best q uality,
which he affords atseven dollars per pair. apt° 314
PCAWFIELD has removed his n a Otte Esinhlkilk•
ment to Wood st. opposite Fahnestock's Dtot;
Store, where he will keep constantly on hand Tonal , - 4
Stones, Monuments elc. ap 19-Iyr
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER OFFER+
ED BEFORE, AT THE
IRON CITY CLOTHING STORE,
No, 132 t Liberty street.
THE alention of all persons who • with to pee +
chase genteel, fashionable and first rate clothing, at
lower prices than ever before offered in this city, is
called to the extensive stock of Ready Made Clothing
nuw preparing atai for sale by W. J. DAVITT, at the
Iron City Clothing Store, No 132 Liberty street, near .
His stock is composed of Engli.h , French, German and
American manulacinred Goods, bought for cash and
made into garments dor inythe epresslcn In business,asid
consequently can be sold at th e very lowest prices, -K
is only necessary for the public, to call and examine for
themselves to be assured that such bargalMlNCte.oolref
before offered, and that by purctasing at Ms house in
preference to going elsewhere They will realize a grad ,
saving in their expenditures for clothing.
43 all the artleles in 1112 store are new and mane
floured Gun, fresh Goods. purchasers may rely on get.
Una flrct rare articles as sell ssarnorec denied bargains,
Confidynt that 00 rival eStablisliment can offer semi,.
for induceinents to purchasers. he 'respectfully soliehe •
share ofpublic patronage, and ple:iger himself that every;
promise made in his advertisement will be feitticidtp egyi
deemed. - W.ll, J. D4rtlrl4, kl
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