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The Warms Tragedy—Carter indiaed Vat
..:The Newark Daily Advertiser of Saturn I A rirE
. C.IIIA NA N
lar ButlaCt to the declabrin of t Notional Conyention
y contains the following connttunicatiou,
Wednesday, June 15, 1843.
The Grand Jury of this county (1V art en)
reasoned into coon this evening about 7
co'clock, after a most patient and laborious
investigation of more than a week, bring.
indictments against Joseph Carter, Jr. '
for the late murders at Changewater. The
bearing of the prisoner during the reading
of the indictment was perfectly calm and
undaunted, and I strove in vain to discover
the marks of any strong emotion, either in
Its movements or countenance. The fate
Of an application for bail will be made
Carter is the young man(says the Adver
. doter) we presume, who under went a long
elimination some weeks since before the
megistrate's court. An application for bail
,unifier an extraordinary proL-,eeding. Judge
Masque of the Supreme Court, is orcei
Letter of .Recommendation.—When
Dr. 'Franklin was Minister to the United
States in France, he was often importuned
by persons, unknown lo him, to give them
letters of recommendation. Fur cases of
this kind, and when it was imp , ssible to
refuse,• he prepared the fulluw,ing_nindei,
And, in some instances, actually e.npl..yed
It, to shame persons making such indis.
creet applications.—N. Y Sun.
Sig;—The bearer g ing to the United
States, presses me to dive him a It tter of
iscommendation, although I know nothing
of him, not even his name. Th.s may
teen] extraordinary, but 1 a-sure you it is
sot uncommon here. Sometimes, indeed,
one person unknown brings another equal
ly so to recotr.m..nd him, and sometimes
they recommend one another. As for this
gintlealan, I must refer yi tto himself fot
his character awl morals, %% ith %shish he is
certainly better a‘•q:tainted th in I possibly
Can be, I recom non I him, however, to
those civilities which every stranger of
whom we know no harm, has a tight to;
and I request you will do him all the
good offices, and show him all the favor,
that, on further acquaintance you shall find
French Ghost.—“ The Ran ekeeper
°F an estzte near Chateauneuf," relates the
Echo de Cher, "was suddenly toused from
his bed by-the barking of los dogs, and
getting up and opening the d ior of his
house, which was in a solitary position, he
haw rise from behind a hedge of his garden
a figure clad in white, bearing a ILthted
torch. As the phantom approached him,
he levelled his fouling piece at it, and ex-
Maimed, 'II - you come from God, speak!
but if you come from the Devil, avautor
—'Fool!' replied the — apatition, 'I am the
spirit of your deceased wile, come to warn
you not to marry the girl A for she
isnOt worthy of filing the p'ace in your
bed which 1 occupied when I was alive
Oite -, only is worthy of succeeding me, the
girl B— . Think well of what 1 tell
you, if not . At this poiat of the ad
dress the keeper fired, and the ghost van—
ished. On the following miming the
troubled spirit, in the person of the girl
was brought into the hospital st
Chateauneuf with a dingerous wound in
her thigh, and. on her deposition as to the
manner in which she received it, the game
keeper was arrested, and detained in cus
tody to abide the event."
7'NEw YoRK. CANAL.—WhiIe it has
been impossible for transporters on our
canal to forward produce and unotis with
the despatch desired by our shippers, so
great has been the rush of business by the
Pennsylvania route, a large portion f the
boats On the New York canal are idle.—
Oa•lart Friday we und,rstand, rif:y were
tied up in the basin at Albany for %%ant of
freight westward, of which there is a great
scarcity at present. The Atlas of that
city thinks that unless the fall business
should prove unusually good, there will
I , e a heavy loss to all those concerned in
the forwarding business on the canal, and
more especi%lty to that class of bowmen
who, by their industry, have gained
enolgh to enable them to purchase a boat.
relying on forwarders for the means
of support. Freight is now taken at pri
ces ruinously low—little more than enough
to cover the toll.
Five of the prisoners who fled from
the Milledgeville, Geo. jail have been re,.
taken, one of them, named Crowder, had
his brains dashed out before he would
giveup. Be died anon after.
Laudable - Determination.—Miss Mary
Awn Mitchell of Baltimore signed the
tetimerance pleclim. on Friday, and request.
td io he cominitted to the Alms house for
three mend s, that she might have no
chance to violate her engagement.
-Funeral Proee.tsion.—A large number of
this ',"Defenders . of Baltimore in 1814,"
Inx.ned out in procession in that city 04 n
Friday,sfternoon, and followed the re—
aligns:3f their late fellow member, Henry
W. Gray, Esq., to the grave. .
.d strong Team.—A granite column,
intended for the Custom House, in Boston,
reached that place on Friday, on a vehicle
with sixteen large wheels, and drawn by
seventy oxen and several horses.
Let 'ens Alone.—Corporal Streeter is out
against the ladies frocks—he says they are
entirely tuo long, and no doubt intended
to hide elephant ancles. Do the ladies of
Richmond never step over guttters?-OV.
new Play.—Sir Welter Scott's tale,
"The !hide of Lammermoor," ha, been
produced at the National Theatre, Cincins
nati. On the first night of its represents,.
ilea the house was crowded frum Pit to
PARTS, April - 1777
DAILY MORNING POST
II!. PHILLIPS WM. A. SMITH, IDITORJ AND PROPRIKTHR,
SARURDAY,JUNE 24, 1843
see Fist Page.
07• The editor of the Advocate seems
to consider the assertion that the Coons of
1840 had "no principles for the public
eye," as "abusing the Whigs." Surely
the editor will not say that they avowed
any principles in that campaign. He will
not deny that the Harrison committee at
Cincinnati refused to permit their candidate
to answer questions as to his political
views, nor will he assert that any of the
numerous Whig Conventions did more
than assail the Democrats ar.d their meas.
ures, without prescribing any means try
remedy the evils over which they made
such melting lamentations. Surely, then,
t allude to a matter of history, should not
be construed into abuse ref the Whigs.
The editor desires that the bank
rupt act should be considered as a "nation
al measure"—that precisrdy whet we
wish it to be. But Ihat is nut the kind of
a measure the Whigs passed at the extra
session. A "national measure" would
have covered the whole ground upon
which zhe action of such a law was requi.
red—it would have been cener d in its ef
fects and would have included corpora
tions. The Whig law, however, vk
made for the advantage of individuals
merely, and from the injudicious haste
with which they repealed it, one would
almost think they meant it for the advan
tage of one class—those who especiPlly
asked it, and were the first to reap its ad-
The Advocate thinks that if an equal
number of both parties have taken the
benefit of the bankrupt law, then it
was not a "Whig measure more than a
Locofoco measure." Are we to infer
from this that the editor believes any elan
actment advoCated by a particular party
is to be employed fur that party only, and
that their opponents are not to shale in
it s g o o d e ff,clo We wish that such were
the rule, and that the Whigs only would
Buffet from the bad sr:hemes of government
t hey ere striving to establish.
We do not think it makes very much
difference about ihe matter, hut we are
very willing to abide the editor's test, t,,
ascertain whether the bankrupt act was a
"Whig measure''—if the fact :hat the ma
jority of those who took the benefit of the
bmkrupt act %%i'l stamp it as of Whig ori
gin, then they alone are answerable for it;
for we will venture to say ant the
proportion of Whigs to Democrats why
res orted to it, were at least 3 to 1 on any
list that can he produced•
The tone of the Advocate's article con-
firms - us in our opiniou that it wou'd he
utterly impossible for us to discuss Whi g
principles with that paper, for the reason
that we could not agree as to what are
Whig principles. The editor denies that
the Whigs "contemplate a Bank as a rem ,
edy for our deranged currency." 'What
they do "contemplate," it will be impossi.
ble to discover. Judge Baird might give
us his clan, but he could only speak for
himself, not for his party. What they
mean to do they evidently wieh to conceal,
until they obtain power. Ever, now, if we
mistake not, Judge Baird and his standard
bearer differ about the Tariff question.—
The editor makes the object of "Protec
tion" paramount, Mr Clay makes it sub.
ordinate. Under such circumstances, the
editor must admit that the difficulty of as
ceitaining, from authority that all would
admit as competent, what Whig principles
are, is not within the range of possibility.
Gen. J. K. Moorhead. —The Butler
Herald of the 21st , contains a very warm
and violent article against this gentleman.
Among other charges that of "dishonesty"
is brought against him. As this is a per
sonal imputation, wholly undeserved and
unjustifiable, we deem it our duty, as citi
zens of the community in which Geo.
Moorhead lives, to repel the attack in the
most positive and decided manner. We
have been acquainted with Gen. M. ever
since he settled in this county, and we
know no man who is more highly esteems
ed among his friends and acquaintances,
nor have we ever before heard his honor or
his honesty impeached in any manner.
.3 Pleasant Job.—Pri,;!dent Tyler while
at Lexington, Conn., was waited .;;; about
11- past 6 o'clock in the morning by 500
young ladies, all of whom he "kissed."—
This was certainly a very delightful em
ployment—we don't think the President
would have much appetite for his breakfast
after such a pleasant scene. Br the way,
thie it job that would- suit our candidata for
for the Presidency much better than Mr
"Let tilos Wien , • For the Port:',
thori4l4 ll / 2 that tderyll2. l2 2 Messrs 4ditets:—Seeing in your papie
the succesefts in oputicnt =din
of the o ld F e d era l par ty ei , 798 ,p., ofthe 20th and 21st inst.,a continued arti-
The above is an extract from th Ad-
cle over the signature of 4 A Neiglor,' jus
dress of the whi s of Flo d county , In-
tics compels me to answer it, and thereby
to give a different view of the subject. 1 l
liana, to their fellow-citizens. It will be do not wish it to be understood that I
remembered that there is an election Pend- would give the least countenance to vice
ing in Indiana now, and this Address was and immorality, but there are some char.
an electioneering .document, gee made which Fin bound to deny, and
set aside as a palpable,if not a willful injus•
The whigs of Floyd coumy deserve Lice. In the first place, he makes a whole•
lasting praise for their candid, fearless, and sale, a general attack upon the whole col.
honest declaration of principles. What— ored population of the district mentioned,
ever may be their fortune in the pending without distinction, the respectable and
canvass the will en o the roud satis. worthy portion of whom he blends with the
y j y p , •
others, by calling them 'idlers, gamblers,
faction of having manfully put forth their rogues, violators, vagabonds,' and almost
true doctrines. How advantageously fur every other disparaging epithet. That
the whigs of Floyd county, does this there are some 'idlers, rogues, gamblers,'
&c., among the colored portion of the pp
frank declaration contrest with the miser- &c.,
of the district, I do ',tot pretend to
able, cowardly alternative of refusing to deny, but are they an thing near the ma
declare any "principles for the public eye.'' jority of deal class of people who reside in
Not only du they avow that the universal the district, or do they belong to the dis
trict at or even to e ? 1 w
sr. , big party "are the successors in opinion
entur e all to ,
prove by an th assessecountd y
and in character of the old Federal rat. , v
that seven-eights orthe colored population
'98:" but they are anxious the t the fact, w ho reside in the district, are respectable,
should be "remembered and kept before i n d ustrious,
orderly, and honest people,by
the people." far the majority of whom are freeholders.
If the federalists of Allegheny county I That there '..re idlers, rogues. gamblers,
, vagabonds,' &c. among the whites of the
had pursued the s true independent end ;
district, no one will attempt to contradict: l
honest course, in avowing their true prin. It may be asked, if such a large portion of
c iples, they never could have obtained a I people are , respectable, how the !idlers'Stc. l
majority. But they have evinced surpass- I tied entertainnientl 1 would answer that
quest, by asking, whether the respecta-;
ing perfidy and duplicity on this subject,
They have attempted to attach the name ble part of the citizens of Pit tsburgh, .or .
any other city or 'place, are responsible fur
of "Democrat," to all their various appel- the thieves, loa• feta, gamblers and pick
lations. They have called themselves pockets, who continually infest those pia,.
"Democratic Anti masons," and "Harrison ces l The fact is, that the greater part of
those Arthursville vagabonds, black and
Democrats" and last, but most monstrous
white, have no stay here, but come up the
in impudence, they have called them-
river on boats, prowl about our ei'y and
selves "Democratic Whigs." suburbs, and return to their boats again,-
- We do hope that the noble example of Sometimes, by chaece bein g left here, they
the w !Ogg of Floyd courtly, may be ex• are thrown upon tyrr hands for the time be
teisi rely f.dlowed by their brethren every
Nhere, and especially in our own regi,tn—
and ‘‘ e It ust that the biting rebuke to the
federal leaders coutained in the paragraph
we have quoted, may forever prevent them
from ungenerously persisting in their ef
forts to filch fi cm (lir party its good
Has a Lazy Man a right to the Produc.
Lion of the Inc?merlons? —The allirmat ive
of tl,is question may be considered a
strange position for a man to lake; never
theless it was taken, and ably sustained by
a Mr. Collins of Boston. lie contends that
a man by being lazy could not forfeit or
alienate his tight to live, and contended
that men are lazy only becu. so labor is
considered degrading. That no such rhino
is seen as a lazy child before it has ar
ri wed at that age ti hen it can frel the dis
grace which society has stamped upon the
matt who toils. That it is the law of man's
being to be a' tire. and that. in a proper
state of society, a lazy man, like a man
born without feet, would exist only as an
anomaly, and would he pitied for his
, fortunenstead of punished for Crime.—
i It is the duty of every man to labor to pro
'duce what he COnSt/ met; but a man wh ,
Os so constituted as to neglect that duty,
cannot thereby forfeit his right to eat and
to live. Men derive their rights from their
O 1 our outside will be found a thrilling
sketch from the Southern Sportsman, en—
titled "Rattleshakts." Read it.—Chron
Rattleshakes" are always thrilling; but
we have heard that none have su , ll) a mov
ing effect as the rattle shakes of a watch•
Death of 11. S. Legaie.
The Hon H. S Leaare, Acting Secre
tary of St ate, died in Boston on the 20th.
inst. His disease was inflammation cf the
OFF THE TRACK —The cora frcm
Harrisbu , y nn Su:oicy: ran of the
track neat Moun j , v. and instdi,tly killed
the engincer,and seriously hurt the fireina'
Lord oughum.—'Phis conceited ass
has flung up his heels against the repeal
movement. The other day in the House
of Lords, in allusion to some complaint
against the aristocracy, he sail very coins
placently, "if e have brought it upon our
selves." A short time since he coruplainii
ed of the delay which occurred in getting
on with the new House of Lords, and at
tributed it to jealousy on the pait of the
Commons, who were at present in posses. ,
sion of their lordships' old and very con ,
N V MARKET, June 20, 3 p m
800 hags pi ime Rio entree sold for the
Philadelphia markft at Bic.
A small lot of Illinois Wheat brought
011 15 per bu. Genessee Flour sells for
$5 38; Michigan and flat hoop Ohio $5•
31; round hoop Ohio $5 25, above 5000
bbls changed hands. 1000 bu• North
River Corn brought 57c per bu.
The sales of cotton amount to 400 bales,
at prices a shade lower.
Sterling bills *SI prem; franca 5 321
Jesse E. Dn.i. Ecq. is to deliver aa n
ation on the 4th of July to Washiegtoc ci-
A new Perry between Illinoistown and
St. Louis went into operation on Thursday
The Wabash river at the last date had
overflowed her banks.
It is true that there are lewd houst s kept
in the district for the recepti in of such as
visit those places; and it is equally true,
that as many of those houses are kept by
whites, as there are by blacks. It is said
that regular bars are kept for the sale of ar•
(lent spirits, and those without license.—
By whom are those sinks of iniquity kept?
I did know of three such places, that some
time ago, were kept by colored people,
two of which we succe , tied in breaking lip,
and the other, we so far routed as to make
them move their goatees's, and it they do
sell any at all, they conceal it, so that, et en
that is not now a public bar. All the pub
lic grog-shops that are now in the district,
are kept by whites. It is something re
mar kab'e, t hat 'A Neighbor' shou'd be igs
!tomtit f the facts as above stated. There's
another thing squally as strange. That is
that the people in that district, within a
gun-shot of the city proper, should suer r
for years under the tortur n, apprehensi o n
of having their houses but tied dawn, their
persons waylaid, and never even as mush
us w hispered such danger befors! and that
the blacrss should have so tar overpowered
the whites, as to hold them at bay, and set
the law at defiance! I shall leave it to the
good sense of the public, to jirdgs of the
correctness of such a statement. We are
told, that such is the influence of the
blacks, that the Colts and children of res.
pct table white men, are led astray by their
vices. By this, the public might be led to
believe, that there were no white residents
in the district. Is it not the fact, that in the
very section of the district psinted out by
'Neighbor,' that some of the most respect
able, worthy and wealthy of the white cit
izens reside? yes, some oldie first talent of
the pulpit and the hst reside there. A
midst all these, together with the prejudice
tt ith which the blacks are surrounded, is it
true that the sons and childten of white
men are led astray, and taught vice, t vil
and immorality by the blacks? Ail I have
to say in reply to this is, that they must be
very apt Inhalers.
The most remarkable feature aboutthese
communications isahat out of fifteen years
residence' in the district, when the state of
society was exceedingly much worse than
it is now, that 'A Neighbor' never thought
then of exposing those vices, and has just
come out at a time,when the most success
ful and praiseworthy efforts are being made
by the most tespectable colored people of
the district, assisted tiy those of the city, to
put down the evils that existed there. The
fact is generally known by all persons who
reside there, that our efforts in the Tem
perance cause for the last six months, have
almost moralized the so far as the
blacks are considered; and inasmuch as 'A
Neighbor' knew every thing else,he should
I have known that also. To say nothing a-,
bout the charge of all the robberies being
laid upon the shoulders of the blacks, a
daring attempt is made to lay to their res
ponsibility the crimes committed by all the
profligate whites that infest the neighbor
hood. How wonderfully influential these
blacks are becoming all at once, the com
munity may tremble! Nor is this all. A
strongeflint is made to rouse the prejudice
of the community against the colored peo
ple, by charging the whole with the crimes
of the few, charging them with being bur.
densome to the state. Sir, 1 should not
have taxed you with an article like this,bur
' when an appeal is made to the state au
thorities, calling upon that great power to
enact laws, to the disadvantage of a peo
ple, already crushed by legislations, of
whom I am one, whatever may be your o
pinit n as a man, Pm persuaded that jus
tice will induce you to give this an inser
tion. Least I may be considered unchati
tabia; I won't say that I believe sinister
motives induced the author of those alai•
glee to write as i 8 did. Sir, by giving
this a place in your widely cireutats.d pa.
per, you will defend an unnfrendiug people
u a whole, and oblige
Pittsburgh, June 21, 1843.
it'iirreasearadenceiot the NW.
CADIZ, OHIO, /fume 19; 1843
Cadiz.- is the'seat oflustice of the soon
ty of Harrison, and has a population of o
ver twelve hundred souls It is pleasant•
ly situated on the top of a hi], the highest
ground I am told in the county—and a
person standing t here beholds fine prospects
in every direction he may turn hie eyes—
the superb farm house—the orchard and
grassy lawn—fields of growing grain—the
deep green forest and rivulets sparkling in
the sunhHams. The buildings are gener
ally of brick, substantial and very compact
The principal streets are lined with beau.
tiful shade trees, and attached to most of
the residences there are well arranged gar
dens, ornamented with every variety of
shrubbery, vines and plants. The Court
House, a neat and commodious building,
is erected on the most prominent location,
the principal streets gradually ascending
to, and there terminating. In front of the
Court House and public buildings is a pret
ty yard, somewhat higher than the streets
around, walled in with stone, and filled
with locust trees, which in the:spring sea.-
son make the air sweet with their fra
grance. Egad! t almost envy the public
officers their situations, for if they are
compelled to walk over thorny ground be
fore they attain office, I am sure they are
in a petite paradise until they make room
for their succesSists. There are roads ter
m - nating he'e from every point of the corn..
pass—and if Thebes could boast of her
hundred gates,l am sure Cadiz can boast of
her hundred road,! Through this place
passes the celebrated 'Mac Adsmised road.
connecting the Ohio r;ver at Steubenvll:e
with the Naitional road to Cambridge. I
sly celebrated, for there h a been more talk
about it, than all the roads west of the Al
leghenies together! They have been mak
ig it for the last six years, and it is not
yet completed, but when finished, it will
be a scrim ger, and no mistake! The prey
ident of the company, a most amiable
' fried of mine; catne very near riding over
it into the Legislature— but never mind, it
will be complete] before your Rail Road,
The population of Harrison county is
generally agricultural—the soil is rich, and
produces perhaps the finest wheat in the
west. The farmers are substantial and in
dependent,, live in their fine houses, have
pretty daughters, ride on spirited horses,
raise delicious fruit, and repose beneath
their own vine and fig tree, -with none to
hinder or make them afraid. God speed
the plough and prosper the agriculturist,
fir he is NATURE'S NOBLEMAN. Most of
the wheat raised in tit s immediate vicinity
finds a market at the Ohio Canal, and is
Shipped thence by way of Cleveland and
Lake to New Yolk arid Canada, to
till the mouths of the "slarving millions"
of England, From 70 to 90 cts, pm bush
-01 has been paid (or wheat at the Canal
dorti L f th • past month, and there is very
prospect at present, th it the price will lu-ep
up uniil after harvest, A lane steam
giist mill is now being erected about a
(patter of a mile east cf this, and will be
finished in th- fsll; it is owned by the Rev
r Wilson. of this village, a pious, enter•
pricing, and very worthy man.
A vast quantity of Wool has found a
•narket here this summer. I have coun
ted a dozen of wagons on one Street un
loading at the same time. The price ranges
from 2.5 to 30 cents, according to quality.
Much of this is manufactured into cloth
here, and I have seen cloth manufactured
at Elliott's milt ou Cross Creek, that Prince
Albert might feel [Hood to wear.
Dui ing the last ten days, three droves of
cattle passed through here, each numbers
ing from 100 to 200 head. They will be
taken to the cities of Baltimore, Philadel
pl is and New York, and wi I average
near 840 a head, in those ma:kers.
The crops in this vicinity at present are
rather promisinj. There are many poor
fields of wheat, it is true, but yet [ think
the crop will be about an average one.—
The corn is backward, owing to the cold
I have not a line of political news to
send . you, that would in the least interest
yonr readers. COSMOPOLITE.
JOLIL.MIf_WAI fiILIIL_ IP
4i feet water in the channel
AU B.,sts marlie4 thus ( 1 ) are provided with
Evans's Safety Guard.
Reported by SIIEBLE & Myreitst,, General S. B.
Agents, Water street, Late Custom Huuse
*Michigan, B 'les, Beaver,
*odeveland, Hemphill, du.
'Bridgewater, Cl irk, Whceliiig,
Massachusetts, Bennet, St Louis
'Montgomery, Beimet, Cincinnati,
A !pine, Cockburn, Brownsville,
Ni,rth Qthen, McLean, Wellsville,
*Cutter, COlll. s, Cin• innati.
•Cleveland, Hemphill, Beaver,
*Michigan, Holes, Beaver.
Shepardess, Patterson, Cin.
*Adeldide, Bugher. St Louis,
Indian Queen, McDonald, Louisville,
Pinta, Vandergriff, Sunfish,
•Bridgewater, Clark, Wheeling,
Della, Bowman, Brownsville,
Last night but one of tie season
BENEFIT OF MR. BILLY GALLAGHER
Saturday, June 2'4, to commence with the Ist act of
Rob't Macaire, Pickering I Jacques Strop, Black
After which Colman's FNrce of the
REVIEW; OR, TtiE WAGS OF WINDSOR
Looney M'Twolter, Mr. Billy Gallagher.
To conclude with
THE WILD IRISHMAN IN LONDON
Murtough Delany, Mr. filly Gralagher
On Monday, BENEFIT OF MR. FLYNN, and
last night of the season.
Doors open at 7 o'clock, Peruirmanae to com
mon:le at half past 7
Lover Bores, 50 centsl BeconoTier. 37 i cent?.
Pit, 25 " !Gallery 121 cents.
We're authoriz.,l to atokohnee Alr. VODY - PAT..
TErtsoN, of Ihe ei!l, , of Pitiol.urgh, tix candldol• '
the office of Shernf, at the rlatti,,g electron, •uljeet Ile
the it.minatiott of the county Democratic Lotiveation.
At the solicitation Lilo number of my deeteenithi
friend?. 1 offer myself as a candidate for the Ales le
County Trearnrer, aulj.et to the decktion of the dee*?
erotic rounty eouventiou. ROBT. GLASS.
ItiSPECTFULYoffer myFelf a candidate for am Cam
1 of Prot konotary of Allegheny county mi fw. too. sc.
lion or the Democratic county convention which Mel
on the 30th A tignet. next. GEO, R. EIDDLA
Allegheny City, atay 31—te Ikw.
IRESP r.C:TPUI.LY present myself to the eltbegtegt
1 Allegheny county, as a candidate for the Siwalik"
subject to the action of the Demociatic Coneentlonmifiell
met+ , on the 30th of August next. •
June 9.—dtwte. EII.I.IAH TROVILLO.
We are authorized to announce Dr WILLIAM
as a candiclau for the office of County Treasureroar.
Jeri to the decision of the Democratic County Conveatiel.
June 19.--tt •
To_the Vote.. of Allegkeny County:-1 reppectfatly of.
fer myself to your consideration as a candidate (iarispates
dint of parties) for the (Zee of PROVIONOTARY OI
Allegheny county, at the castling election. As Ido ma
come before yeu recommended by a Correstitiot. Hum 01
you to whout I am not personally known will Mean et
amine into my qualifications, kr.; and Ilse formula's*
to obtain a majority o r your suffrages, 1 rhea mime?
by strict attention to the duties of the office. to Fatter: ya•
with your choir!•. ALEX. MILLAR..
may 10 —tE• 01 Pittsburzlit
COUNTY COMMISSION ER.
A T the solicitation of a numner of friends of envoi
ni call parties, I respectfully offer myself to the. am
shieration of my fellow-citizens tor the office of County
Commissioner. That my sentiments may not be
derstood, either ae to political or private affairs, I mate
free to say that I have been all my life a consultant 15
puttiMan, in the trite sense of the word. t As _the toasty
Is somewhat enm.rrassed In its financial affairs, and the
reduction of salartes nfpuhlic officers has recelveil Itb•
approbation of large ninjorn les °film people, toe ondoe
sizTed would not should he I , e so fortutotte as to beetee -
led, in any manner attempt to resi 4 t this Tolstoi'' , TO
form; should It reach the office of Couoty Crmantasioner.
hp r 6: SAN - 1U EL II U BEAKY.
P ROT HONOTA RY.
Clear the course for the )7-'4llton-tr.
%V I lAA A rrt B, FOSTER, Esq. of A Iletlien7 city *III
be a eandidatr for the offre orProtlionotary of Allegheny
couray, at the October election. jape 4. del
GLITLER and Swigleaf Instillment Manufacturer,
corner 6f oth and Ldwriy streets, Pittsbiligh, Pa,
N. B.—A lwayson hand an exten3lvo assortMeutof Bar
gical and Denial instruments, Ber:Ler's, rwies,
Batters', Bair Dressers' arid rd MALT S' Pattst
Shears, Saddlers' • I sots, Trusses, ke. Je 24,
TIIE books o. McElroy and Slaughicritack have loam
left with me for collection. All persona knoWin
themselves indebted to them. will please raft and rattle
before the 2.3 d of July next, and save costs.
ALEX. fLL AR. Alderman,
June 2-I--d3t wit, Smithfield, near 3d...
DOMESTIC QUEENSWARE. -
NOTlCE.—Whereas, a quantity of wot eas wart
painted on the citizen,. of Pittsburgh and vicinity',
purporting to be made by Bennet • 4- Brother, I take tide
method of inforreine, the politic how they emit Meet
such iinon , iiion for the (wire. All Bennett and Beri. ° B
dishes are Flawed on the bottom of each digh...Plenuett
4. Ben., Liverpool, Onio." and all ware not of a- EMIR.
pontif nz quality with Reid dkbag are not genuine.
wit u?,-ale sari retail by Thus itor4nn, Robinson
Markin oric*., , Cotton Factory, Ally:betty citv„ who hawks
azetit for the ma nit fa r .nrerg, Jane 24--3rnw bed.
NEW GOODS CONY !Nal
THE ['ROPE:IEI'OU OF THE
Title; BIG DOORS,
Na. 151, Libe)ty street, Pittsburgh,
1S now in the eastern market.= t•tit clu.sing the lamed
and most vatted .uoeit of seasonable Goods that hem
ever bee', brot , ght in ibis city, and in a few de t• he will
he role to rurnisli hJs emoomers, and tit.• nubile at large,
wills evert article in the Clothing llntiot" a tolling end
stt to unequalled by any other establishment In the city.
Tile oohiic are .esuect fully invited to call, as above,
and examine las splendid stock.
ja ne 24-3 t JOHN Merl. OSKEY.
Washington Examiner and Beaver Patriot copy Ibres
•tifory and chew advertiser.
kJP.-%l.k:1911 4 CCO.--1:1 hales, Cuba Lear Tobacco,
this day rrceived and in, sale by
J. G. 4- A. GORDEN,
June 22. •
12 Water street,
LADIES' WM. LING SCHOOL,
By R. Fee,
From 4 to 6 o'clock, P. M..
r 11111 RD houi-u east of Whittsker's Clothing estabileb.
JL nienr,Serond Pt , het wean Gtanl and Ro sit tee.
tr:r l'hose willing to enter, will please cell doling dale
hours. Jane 23—wit.
FOR SALE, low in lots to:unt and on stem:T*o4a
ring terms, for cash or gon.l barter, or on lime Ur
suit constgnees;_3oo doz assorted window sash sod
to suit, if wanted. 30 tennis writing wrapping sod
letter paper. 2.5 doz good sickles, 25 dos combine.,
and wisps. 100 gross matches. :250 cross suspapier
buttons. 500 cuts of 4 and live double, purple and Yel
low carpet chain, 50 boxes Burlington smoked
ring. A good supply of Louisville Lime, 20 dotr.lllo
sizes Buckets, ISAAC HARRIS.
June 23 Agent and Coin Mer„ No 9. &bias
PIG LEAD. •
1200 P . IGO LEAD, just reteived and for ofikeby
June 21. JAMES MAY.
PIANOS AT AUCTION.
0 N Friday, June 23d ins/. at 10 o'clock, A. RI, will
be sold a la.le assortment of seasonable Dry Goggle.
and at 2 o'clock P. „
2 simnd hand Pianos, 1 Maboeany Dressing Boras.
I Bl , cl•eye(sprin2 .eat)3l(a, Rareaus, Tables, Chairs. ite:
50 Reams Writing Paper, 25 boxes Mal.g.t Salida*,
The above can be ■cau any lime previous to aaki at
the Auction Room, corner ol 5o h and Wood sta.
SAM'L FAHNESTOCK it CO.
k't HE most sat' and err ta remedy ever known to the
I world for various chronic diseases, aner they hisiti
rewehed a slate, and assumed a character, hitherto**.
sidered desperate and incurable.
Ecrontla; King's Evil, attended with swellings, Wed
utre-s, Bore Eyes and Lois of Sight, to a frightful Weak
has been cured. Females ottani away by reason ante
cretlems, broken calculations, and obstructed mertiiiN e s
(monthly C 01115419, even when attended by spasara or eta,
have been readll) rrlleved.
Dyrumpsia yields without a strnddie to lir mild-Yet
powerful, action upon the stomach. In Catarrh,
or Cough, Rheumatism and Fistula it never falls timers,
as we have fully proved.
The tincture tends directly to excite a healthy adios la
the stomach, liver, lungs and kidneys—to pant? tiro
blood and other fluids, by expelling every particle at
morbid matter from the system, and therefore nester fans,
(with its accompaniments,) to prove a valuable remedy
for the diseases for which calomel has been InvarlaNy
used. Old ;cores or ulcers. or any chronic affeetkin; anti
for the calomel disease it Is an infallible remedy.
This remedy is perfectly vegetable, mild, fermatas,
and We for persons of any ace, either sek.or ht IVY
condition; acknowledged by those who have triad it, is
be the hest known family medicine.
The justly celebrated Tincture creates a craving ap
petite. and the patient is left at liberty to indulge it,—
indeed he le particularly requested to do so. The nee of
this medicine will change his complexion front a pallid
to a Ane blooming one. After using this Tinettare ar
weeks, a person a any age may eat any lbws that a
child of ten years of r.e, in full health, roll Id eat wilt.
Out the least inenneentenee,
I:6P A Inr.le number of certigemes from the feheme,*
of Lezinetmt. Ky.,wlice.e respectability is vonebsd wsf
by Hone. A .11 Jahns** and Henry Clap. >b well *
somber taken in Alex ndria and Walden:o6W; ro.o opur
be wen on application to the room of lbw prepetikatrWit
Price. One Dellor per bottle.