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Chixese Tools and Chinese Mao • T N Y k E ' P b
ntcs.l roe ealterEMST, he ew or yentas oat as the
—Though their iron work is not good, yet JAiIkS BUCIIIINAN following reference to a matter, which, af. '
their tools, such as chisels, planes, a xes,'
sow' tto thn arrislon °( e National Tbniventiori. 9 terbeingprolific in Courts martial,Seems
inc., are excellent, and kept very sharp.— ... -...t
They make use of the circular instead of DkILY MORNING POST to have gone quietly to sleep:
the handsaw. They have a saw
d er partic. l !,___--- --- -- -----_=----------'------------- ----. The Deploring Expedition.— It may
ular fine work, which, if we had not been' nu. pittO,tre 4- WE. U. serreorbreort3 era PROPRIETORS still remain in the memory of some of OUT
them using, we should have imagined the! ----'— ---- FR ID .t --- Y
---=--------- "oldest ihhabitants," that, net many years
work had been dune with a chisel. The 1b ?....
-..==. since, an expedition was fitted by the gave
ernment, at conaiderable expense, for the
blade of it consists merely of a single piece Kr If "A Democrat" will propound his
purpose of discovering continents, and
of brans wire, jagged with a sharp instroe q uestions to the gentleman respecting
mint. The pattern tote carved is pla.ced,, whet not, in the south seas. The news
whose claims on the party he makes en.
on the wood, and a hole bored in i, tnro 1 papers of the day chronicled the departure
le bith the wire is passe d and ma d e f ast to quiry of us, we have no doubt he may re- of the said ex edition , and, if our recollec.
the handle, which is kept outside the wood; I eeive rnoresatisfactory answers than any we tion errs not, its return. But, since the
the drawing is then cut out with the great- could give him. latter event, we have quite lost sight ofthe
affair, and heard nothing of its results.est care and accuracy. For all tough
work, they make use of a email sort of axe, Althodgh our correspondent has not fa.
Shortly after, it is true, something was said
Slightly rounded on one side: This an. voted us with his proper cognomen, and of certain collections of curiosikies having
I endeavored to disguise his hand been deposited in the Museum st Wash
ewers the purpose of an adz. In peaceful e%ident y
times, the streets of a Chinese city must writing, yet, by "comparing notes," we ington, and of certain manuscrips and log.
present a very fine appearance, from the are enabled to give a shrewd guess as to books being in the hands of an unknown
way the front sideboards are painted and his "local habitation and his name," and, historiographer. Beyond that, nothing
gilded. The insides of tile shops are pro has transpired. Now we wish to know
after late occurrences, we are much Bur•
tecterl from the sun by screens extending . what has become of this far.farned expo
,. prised to find him putting questions to can
across the streets, supported from the reel dition? Are the public to know nothinz
of the house. These are either of matting didates under , an anonymous signature.— more bb
its history and consequences than
or in order to admit the light, are of oys - e We know that a short lime since he &sap- can be gathered from the inklioge of the
;hells scraped fine, s+ tin frames like proved of the course he has now fallen in- newapaperel If thew- matter had been in
panes of glass. We set a great many tai- the hands of private individuals, we should
to: and we are exceedingly surprised to
lons to work for dB, who made things very have known, long before this time, all that
well if they had a good pattern; but it is find such n change take place in his noi. , had been accomplished. It is, therefore,
necessary to be careful that there was no tioes of honor and propriety in a few days. 1 high time that the functionaries at Wash•
defect or patch in it, for they copied ex ington begin to stir.—/V. Y. E. Post.
1:17"In pursuance of our determination
rely as they saw the article before them. .
Our gloves puzzled them most. Their not to take any part whatever in the 1
le was . 3flother Bank black balled.—An injunc•
, lion has been laid upon the Agricultural
first attempts to imttate them produced happy disputes between a few Democrats,
Most absurd looking things; bet, as we w hich have recently o ccupied considerable Bank of Pittsfield, Mass., and its bills are
were not very particular about our per- I not received at the Suffolk.
space in the Aurora, we must decline corn
sonal appearance, they answered the purer --------_
plying with the request of M. Kane jr., to 1 Sing Sing Prison.—A New York pa..
pose of keepiog cur hands e arm, being
lined with fur. Only one man succeeded republish an article of his in reply to Mr per asks "what has got into this prisonl"
in turning out a pair at all re‘embline Eng Guthrie, which appeared in that paper of A more pertinent question, considering
fish gloveei They were al no-t th e c ' only this morning. As we have thus far lib. l
the number of escapes, would be "who
tradespeople who did ii .t des r.t th? city, stained from taking any part iu the mat- 1
and they had always plenty to do.—Licut h ue got out of itl" The Boston Times
ter, Nlr,K. will readily see that it would
Murry's Doings in Chin a. said that.
be improper for us to involve our paper in
't at all.
tri'"*Ge••. \V. Idy ThAmpson, late a
member of Comlress from South Carolina,
and now minister t Mexico, baying b e en
appealed to in the (riestion of v. r .city be
tween Mr Botts and the Prt•sitle..t, as to a
conversation b?iween them, held on a cer
tain occasion, (previous to the death of
General llarrison,) wl- on in Bi.LIS says Mr
Tyler gave hint to understand that, as
President of the Senate, he would go for
a national bank,—says, he did not so un.
deviant:l Mr Tyler! but, from the conver
station between them, he came to the col
elusion that NI! T. would vote against a
bank; end that, seeing the narrow chance
of getting such a bid through the Senate,
he (Mr Thompson) persuaded his friend
the Hon. W. C Preston not to leave the
Senate fir a situation in the Cabinet,(which
Gen• Harrison was about to tender him.)
as every vote would b 3 wanted to carry a
bank through the Setiale. This, we are
are bound to believe, is the truth in the
matter. Mr Thompson himself is a bank
man, and of course felt too strong an in
terest in the success of Mr Clay's project
notte have understood distinctly the senti
ments of Mr Tyler on th.e occasion alluded
to. Botts is now down on Waddy Thomp
son, and from present appearances, is like
ly to have Tide as many irons in t!te fire
a s be w ill b.l able t i attend to.—Veto Ha
yen (Gt.) Gilumbian Register.
From the Arkansas .—T ha Western
enurian states that they have intelligence
from the little Arkansas to the 223 ultimo:
Col. War&ld, who still remains upon
the Mexican side of the Great Arkansas,'
had, attacked a hunting patty of Mexicans,
killed five or six of thein ,- and taken fifteen
of their horses. The hunters soon rallied
however, retook all their horses, and car
ried off the animals belonging to their as
gallants. War-field's company was titan' cec. ?We were surprised to see the editor
disbanded, and the men were loitering in -- -------
small squads in the vicinity of Bent's Fart.
s ago 'of the Advocate yesterday following the
The trader's who left some week
hich I peevish and the ill natured policy of the
were encamped on Cow creek, w
stream was so much swollen as to prevent Gazette in abusing Hotel keepers for de
their crossing. Governor Arrnijo, accom • : clining to take his psper. Subscription to
panied with a large detachment of troops,
a news pa2er is as much a matter of heal
was expected to receive the traders
as Noon as they should have crossed the ness as any other transaction, and a man
Great Arkansas to escort them to Santa Fe, has as clear a right to discontinue his paper
It was supposed that vo information had without being censured for it as he has to
been received there relative to the intend- change his boot maker or his tailor.
ed Texan expedition. The convoy of U-
We remember that the editor of the Gs"
cited States dragoons that accompanied the
traders to Cow creek were still in the vi_ zette received a well merited rebuke
&laity. A small detachment under Cap- through the columns of the Advocate fur
• Lain Boon were encamped on the Little denouncing the proprietors of the Ez -
Arkansas, observing the movements of the change and Monongahela Hotels, when
Indians. . I
they discontinued his paper; and it appears
From Flo ida.—Bv the arrival of the U.' strange now to find the same journal g uilty
S. Steamer, Gen. Taylor, Capt. Peck, of the very same conduct that a few weeks
(says the Savannah Republican.) we are in
since it condemned so strongly in a con
receipt of the St. Augu tine News of the
Bth, and the Herald of the 10th inst. i temporary.
We learn from Capt. Peck, that the 1
Apardon was on Wednesday received
stmer Harney, with General Worth and 1
'mite on board, arrived at Tampa on the, by the Marshal of the District of Colume
6th lut e/ The Harney had a delightful bin, from the President, in favor John 13.
trip, stoking at Key West en route, where' Henderson, who was convicted about five
she remained during the 4th of July. I
years ago of counterfeiting Treasury
The News says the schooner Stephen
i Notes and sentenced to ten years inspris-
It Frances, which arrived here on Tuesday
onment in the penitentiary. Henderson
last, brought three Buoys to be placed on
this Bar; the want of which has been, for has nut been confined quite five years, and
many years, fe't by vessels visiting our during that period, his conduct has been
harbor. We understand that Capt. Peck, ver y correct and becoming his unfortunate
of the steamer Gen. Taylor, has been
most instrumental in having these Buoys
procured, for which he is entitled to the
thanks of all strangers visiting our port.
The Herald states that a new and very
creditable arrangement of the Mails has
recently taken place, which gives, besides
their other facilities, a stage communica
tion between St, A egustlno and the north
sod west, twice a week
Stocks in New York.—The sales at the
Stork-board on Saturday, were very slim.
Nevertheless there was some improvement
in prices:. Ohio 6's raised 4; Kentucky
/, Illinois 4; and Canton 4. Sterling dull
at 9/ to 9. Francs 5.281 to 5.271.
Wilson McCandless, Esq.—Many of
democratic friends have made the inquiry,
within the last few days, whether this gen
tleman desired to be a candidate for Con- ,
gress or not. We have authority for I
s ir lag that Mr. NlcCandless does not de- ---- The Phases of Federalism. —During the
W e k t ,„, I The TVeather Abroad.—ln the parlours
sire a nomination at presene.ad niaistration of the first Adams. the Fed
of the various hotels at S ara toga last
that for years past, a large number of his eralists invariably connected jacobin!sm
week, they were obliged to have fires in
fellow citizens have regardedhint as a with the democracy of the Republican par
the mornings and afternoons. On Cat- , ty. They manifested on all occasions their
gentleman eminently qual,fied to represent
skill mountains people had to put on. their hat red of t heneratic principles ot that
this district efficiently in Cot gress, and we
overcoats and cloaks. Ice water and So- party. No greater insult could have that
add, we know of none who wouldoffered to those A met lean patricians, than
, da were more in demand here than fires
Crag warmer ft lends to advocate his else - to call them Demacrats, The election of
non. If at any future time he should con, last week. , Mr. Jefferson, the leader of the American
sent to be a candidate, we have no doubt ' Dermot' J Brenneu, E-q. has become al
acobins, produced a change in the tone of
the Federalists. Though the name of Re
but he will be•ardently -
auPP orLe ' l by the o f Sentinel at Vicksburg,
the editor t h e publican was nearly as unpalatable as that
g M l i n ss . . formerly so ably edited by — H
Dra - l of Democrat, yet, with some reluctance,
, they appropriated to themselves the title of
Our neighbor of the Advocate appears
' Federal Republicans, and after a while that
very reluctant to let the whigs know the ; In the Court of Common Pleas of New
•of Na• : onal Republicans, and finally that
extent of their misfortunes in Louisiana, York, on Friday, Messrs F J and H my! '
,of Whigs. Perceiving that the title ol
Marvin, vecavered a verdict of $3.300, aa
Yesterday he quoted some election returns ;De macrat, adopted by a large majority t f
front the Tropic of the Bth inst., in which gainst Sheriff Hart, of that city, for ne- I the American people, was becoming a
e faint bode was held out that Gov. While glecting to levy in proper season under an ! paasport to popalar favor, the same Feler.
alists, without changing their original prirs•
was elected, but he forgot to copy the re. ( xecution placed in his hands.
I; ciples, become Democratic Whigs, with
marks of the same paper af the 10t.h, which A story is going the rounds in the P a- the view of imposing on the people a claim
was received by IVednesday's mail, ad- pers that a rich German in Pat is recently tto which they had no pretension. And
mitring that the "route of the •
whip has died, leaving in his will the sum of SlO,, I now that Democracy is extending its wings
been full arid conclusive," and that Gov. ZOO to Fanny Ellaler. The same, or at Ita every extremity of the Unionnhe IVhigs,
White was defeated in a district where the least a sim il ar
story, was c i rcu l ate d some with an impudence rarely to be met with,
pretend to be the exclusive Democrats of
whigs thought they had 1,500 majority.— six months ago, and its truth was denied Ithe land, and dec'are that those members
In a few days, the readers of the Advocate b y the London papers, ;of the party who have, since the days of
may expect to hear the fate of their friendsl Jefferson, followed, firmly and steadily, in
For three years past the Fourth of Jua
in Louisiana, with "mitigating circumstana adverse and pr . ( sperous times, the Demo- I
ly has been celebrated by the discharge of 1 • b anner, are
ces," such as ''general apathy," bribery ; crane are spur i ous Democrats :—;
i A Millerite in Italy.—We make the following
a cannon, &a, at Sh rbrooke, Lower Can- lA t the Whig C •held
Convention recently et' :tract of a letter from a cox eke
and corruption," illegal voting," &c. &c, Purittm, dated Genoa t Jan 1, 1843
ada. This year the firing was executed Worcester, Mass., for the purpose of nom-, I saw a Millerite here the other day from Wor •
immediately under the British flag, which mating Whig candidates for Governor and crater, Me. He had ctane by a steam r wind
Lieut Governor, a resolution /vas adopted ; pool; and then &reedy herr, swill as and
so incensed a number of the inhabitants,
which commenced thus: "That the Whig sail could carry him. From here he to ik ;steam.
that a riot ensued, in whiall several on both - er to Rome, where he cc) eted to be persecuted
cause in paieciple,is that of Republicanism,
sides were seriously injured. or true Democracy , nriainio radiealiam and • by the Pope; and then he was off for Jerusalem,
where, after forty days feet , Christ was to ap
It is stated that at the coming corn- false Dem"craaY," &c. We should not and set up his kingrn. Ile was solemn
be surprised to hear the Democratic teinity, and fully believed what he said. Noth
ino could stop hint,as he said he could not detain
mencement season at Dartmouth College. Whig papers maintain that Harrison Gray -
the Lord Jesus Christ, and he equld not appeor
Massachusetts, the Hon Daniel Webster
Otis, Daniel 'Webster, and other Whig ta •
ll after his f furty days fist. Ile had scarcely
will addreas the Alumni, atnAthe Hon Levi leaders, are Democrats, par excellence,the enough to carry him there, and 1
wets before this
Woodbury, the Phi Beta Kappa. These true followers of Jefferson; and such men the dogs have gnawed his bones uu of re
celebrations will take place on the 26th as John C. Calhoun, Martin Van Buren, tY• But it was a fearful thing to see a mail risk -
Lewis Cass, and other Democratic leaders, tug all on one single belief.
.There is something
and 27th of this month. sublime in such unbounded faith though ern: g.
the true followers of Alexander Hamilton ; -------------
Mr John Marland, of Andover, Masa. and John Adams ! The attempt repeated - ,
well known as a distinguished manufactu- 1Y lidera lag incident —A Carrier Pigeon alight
made by the Federalists to appropriate ed at the house of Hon Wm. M. Burrell, in Can
to themselves the distinctive name of the aan, on Monday last, givinz signs of hunger and
sends the ba n d
rat party, is the highest homage fatigue. Arid as Jude° B. never
his mill a superior article of mousselin de they could have paid to the excellence and eler empty away, he brought . out some wheat to
laines. It is made nut of the best parts ofof t h e f un d amenta l . . , a Ins waged venter, which it very greedily ate
the Dachley and Leicester wool, grown that party. , legs were noticed to be wrapped with paper; and
in Pennsylvania. contain Mr
[Geo. Constitutionalist. :on removing the bandages, they were found to
There is an on dit in New York to the The Constitutionalist could not possibly Webster's speech , delivered at the
' Bunker Hill Celebration, written un two sheets or
have been at Patchogue, or it would have t issue
effect that Macready is to be associated known that Mr any one
! paper. The Judge had the pleasure of,
reading the speecht while the bird was satiarying
with Simpson in the management of the who doubted he was a democrat, to come Iregaining , its hanger and its strength, and then
Park Theatre. within reach of his arm and be convinced. I replacing the
tissue bo.,ts on the faithlul airy
We believe, however, that the fact as not ; m
, essenger, it took a rapid flight to the west, and
Mr Ell worth, the great pedestrian, is to aeon we trust, found its way to its owner.
I demonstrated on the occasion, as the pro.
_______ Litchfield E tag.
repeat his astonishing feat at Boston,
'Ai cess of conviction appeared rath er severe
walking a thousand miles in a thousand to be willingly encountered. Formerly, H There is
Duver Gazette '
a little girl living in Wolfborough, N.
. e that has one grand•
consecutive hours. school boys learned Latin and Greek after I
father, three great grandfathers, and one great-
Mt ; Webster's process, and he thought the ' great grandfather. Also, two grandmothers, three
same method to be applicable in clearly I great grandmothers,total and
of tire one great-great grand
proving his political orthodoxy.—[Penn.; mother; making a grandfathers and
I six grandmothers now living—the oldest less than
sylvanian. 190 years of age.
Thal Dinner on Yellow Jackels.—The
mau in Philadelphia who treated his chil
dren to the extraordinary 4th of July din
ner is said to be John Potter, the father
in-law of Captain Stockton. Mr Potter
amassed a large portion of his princely
fortune in the city of New York, where he
is favorably known and esteemed by a
large number of friends. He commenced
life in that city as a poor boy, without any
resources other than those furnished by
indomitable perseverance, untiring indus
try, and upright deportment.
A Prince Among Editors.—The Edi-
tot of the New York Sun pleads guilty to
the charge of owning three banks, all of
which he is perfectly able and willing to
own and take care of. and to redeem at
any hour, every dollar of their circalation
without touching the capital.
Gen Simon Cameron, who has been fre•
quently spoken of as the Democratic can
didate fur Congress, has addressed note
to the editors of the Democratic Union,
declaring that .be is not a candidate fur
that or any other public station.'
Christina Gilmore —The trial of this woman
charged with the murder ofher husband in Scot
land, came up on last Saturday in New York.—
Her counsel made an effort to prove her insane,
a hich, according to the decision of the Commis..
sioner, failed. She will no doubt be delivered in
to the hands of the police officer from Scotland,
who came with documents from the British Gov.
eminent demanding her.
Matk J. Allison, who was indicted in
Philadelphia, fot the murder of Mary
Thompson, bad his trial last week before
Judge Parrona, and was acquitted.
-- -- - - • ----- .
The -Flew Orleans Tropic (Whig) of The Union as St is.
Our country as at present limited, extends in
the ietb gives tho following account 4 the
length 3000 mile, at the gre atest pint, 1700 in
rout of federasisro in Louisiana. We iireadib. and c.its . a ns abo ut 2 300 000 square
1 3 -ocher
a li d u e a o i f i tt , b..ut a I t o,o f oo l2 m o iles,
would commend it to our ftienils of the I m a
s il e e a ll ' c i o l u h t a V t
Advocate for publication in their paper of The United States comprise c o a s t
the habitable land of the whole world. In 1790
to-morrow or at u early a day as may suit ' -0 1
, our population amounted to 3 ,929 328. In 1840
kheir convenience or the taste of their to 17,062,666—0 f whioh 2 , 487,113 were slaves.--:
readers for such unwelcome news: The employments of the people were thus divi•
"The Election.—We are not particu
larly anxious to make any long speeches
about the late election—the subject is one
which presents no charms to us, for rea
sons that do no demand explanation. Nor
shall we publish the returns as they come
in, like shot from a "scattering" musket.
When full and complete returns are placed
within our reach, we shall give them a
place in our columns for.purposes of future
reference. The rout of the Whigs has
been perfect and conclusive. Governor
White has been defeated in the Second
District—where the real Whig majority is
not less than fifteen hundred votes. In
1840, that portion of the State now comp°•
sing the District in which Gov. White has
been beaten, gave 1945 majoriiy for Gen.
Harrison, and we much doubt whether a
dozen, voters in the dtstri,..rt have changed
their opinions since that election. The
entire vole of the district scarcely exceeds
the majority given for Harrison in 1840.
In the fourth district, John Moore has been
defeated by four or five hundred votes,
owing undoubtedly to the activity of his
opponents and the inactivity of his friends.
We believe the district to be Whig to the
After all, it quite useless to speculate
about the affair. The Whigs have been
defeated—defeated clearly because the lot
cofoco ticket obtained the greatest number
of votes. As that honest young philoso
pher, Jacob Faithful, said, "what is dote
can't be helped." During the balance of
the summer, we shall turn our attention to
literary, sentimental and scientific matters,
and leave the world of politics to take care
of itself. Our readers are not altogether
satisfied with the manner in which we have
neglected their interests, and we shall en
deavor to make satisfactory atonement.—
Parties and partizans, therefore, may go
to grass—we will try and find other fish to
Something New.—J. H. Sadler, at Hol-
1 DIED.—At Fort Madi-on, lowsi on Saturday
bec, in Leeds, (England,) has invented a, J u l y Ist., .aiy nat., CATII•RINE REBECCA, only child of D.
loom for weaving each sail of a ship, even ' F. and Rebecca Miler, aged 15 months.
of the largest class, in one piece. Thus;
greatly increasing, in strength and mater.' OAK AND POPLAR LUMBER FOR
;ally diminishing the weight and cost. SALE.
AFew thousand feet of seasoned Oak and
Lumber for sale by wholesale.
C. Cummins, Eeq., sear the Fountain Inn.
A Business hoax.—The brewers of Al
bany raised a report that the hydrant water
had been poisoned by the falling of a large
number of locusts into the reservoir. The
report created a great increase in the de
wand for ale, and we have no doubt but
many a Washingtonian was sorely tempted
to take to his old habits in order to avoid
tha effects of the poisoned water:
Manufactures and Trades 791,545
Navigating the ocean 56,025
do. rivers, lakes, canals, &c. 33,067
Learned Profestions 65,236
We have twenty six states, the population o
which is well kno en. Thu territories by the las
census, were populated thus:
District of Columbia 43 612
Wisconsin 43,112 43,112
Washington became the capital of the United
tates in 1800.
The general height of the Allegheny range of
mountains is about 2000 or 3000 feat libove the
level of the ocean. The highest peak in this range
is Black Mountain, N. C., which is 6,476 feet.—
Round 'Top the highest peak of the Catskill, is 3,-
The Ro:ky Mountains have a general height of
9000 feet though some peaks are much hizher,
and have been estimated us hi h as from 20 to
The highest peak of the Green Mountains,
Mansfield is 4280 tee'.
The highest peak of the White \fountains, M , .
Washington is 6,428 feet,.
Mount Marcy, west of Like Champlain, in N
York, is 0460 feet high.
The chief Cities and Towns were•thiis pa Pula'.
ted in 1840:
New York 31.2,1110
New Orleans 102,193
Cincinnati • 46,338
Albany 33 721
Washington ' — 23,364
Pittsburgh,( without the environs) 21,115
Buffalo 18 1 213
St Louis 16,469
In 1810, the capital invest =d in foreign trade,
etc., stood thus; •
Importing and Commission Mere r .
Doineigic Retail Stores 250,301,799
of Imports in 1841 107,141,5191
Exports oft Dagestan Produce 113.895,634
\ Du. of Foreign Produce 18.190,312
Hume made or family goods were
produced in 1840, to the ain't.
Time condition odour manuracturcs wood Oita;
Total ainowit of c ipital employed $267,726 579
The cotton manufactories amounted to 1240
They employed 12.119 persons.—
Capital invested in Clem.
tiVou'er) 1113 nufaet.ircs omptoyed • i
21.3;2 person-, e ipital invested $15,765.121
Revenue 28,254 512
Tee regular army, according to the law of
1842, consists of 9,012 men and officers
Miltia of all the States and Ter-
NAVY, JULY; 1841.
11 ships of the line.
15 friv,ates (first class)
2 do. (second class )
21 sloops ;..f war.
2 steam-trigates and several smaller seam•
Of tho public land, 100,000,000 of acres are
Furveyed and unsold.
The whole esplnses of Rev.)lution
ary war, esti mated in specie
Tgri subscriber re.tpectfutly informs the public in pee
era!, that he intends to devote Iris whole 11041 to Oto
CoLcr.criox or ACCOUNT/ in the cities of Pittsburg, Ails.
gheny and vicinity.
Having been engaged in this business fee mow "de
and given entire satisfaction to *boss who employed MM.
be respectfully solicits those having accounts to etalatet to
give him a trial.
Physicians and other, who cannot spare time hem
------------- their . professional bacine , a to collect their aCtOsats,woold
DIALICOctAisur. dnd it to their advantage to give him a call.
Veneers, Respectable references can be given. and. If regaled.
FINE assortment of Crotch and shade i
security will be given for the faithful return Grail 111011101
le co n , t the .:•,.
just received from New Yo rk , Tß y st o ol us fo G r sale
raniitureWareroom of i tie can he found at .411 r, Georg! Armor's. liltercbelli
July 21-2wd. Hand street.
-- —_______ _ Trilor, up stairs, corner of Market and Faulk streak
, entrance on 4th at. daily from 8 till 10 o'clock, A. 11...-
Any orders left there during blsilleseace will be ettaphei
I respectfully offer myself as a candidate for Coroner
to, or by letter through the Post office.
of Allechror county, subject to the action of the demo. i
Terms, 5 pr cent commission.
n Convention, to be held OD tbeffOch A Itille.,
Allegheny,h July 21—u• JOHN JOHNSTON. J ai / 21 -dim.
Report,lptr the .Morning rota by Isaac Harris.
Fafnir Moamso, July 21, t 843.
Th , r.; has bac') q lan a fine rise in the river
since onr last r,purt, and very bosy times upon
our wharf and on our canals, and our business
continues good in the carrying trade for the sea.
a.m. Indeed we can't 'remember ever to have mu •
it better in tl.e middle of the summer. We ere
informed that many of our wholesale and retail
Merchants are doing a good deal of business, mad
some of our Grocers and Manufacturers are kept
very busy to supply all of their orders. We be.
licva business never was better at this reason, sad
that we rill have quite an early and excellent fan
business. Our rirmey matters are fast improviog„
and coming right, and our Merchants, Menthe
turers, Farmers, Mtehanics and all classes. an
pre sting by past experience, fast getting out et
debt, and are doing a safe cash and barter business,
giving credit to a few choke punctual customers. ".•
F.our—has fallen. Sales of lots at the river
and from wagon at 5 75 i $4, and from atoms
$4, a 4,25 per bbl.
Grain—wheat 75.80, oata 16a18, corn 23.25
Hay—5.545,5 0 for new, and old $6a6,50 per but.
Ashes—.corchings 31.131—pots 4, and Pave
4115 cents per pound.
Fish—Shad, trimmed, No. I $9,50, Herrings
84,12ia54,25, Mackerel No. 3 17.50, Lake Whits
1 ish $6 50a7, Do. Trout $7a7,50 per bbl.
1 Groceries—Stocks go-d,—Coffee, Rio 83.91,
Havanna Bia9, Laguira 81a9i, St. Domingo 'Qat
in large luta, and a shade higher by the bag. Su
gar, N. 0 616 i, by the bhd., and fur very fins 70
t is asked. in hbl. 61 t7e. a lb. Tel, Young Hyman
37 iti7J, Imperial 60.85, Gunpowder €O.BO. Pooch.
ong 60.170 c per pound. Molasses, in lots 2546 t
Iron—Juniata blooms per ton, 47450. Pig
Metal, sales of common at 21422; choice Ws,
$2.3, and some al , k f 1.5 for the best soft metal.
Nails-10 penny, $4 a keg, and other SiZte
prop , ir Lion.
Lead—Saks of pig at 31a. a lb.; white leed,was no
house slid in the I ist 10 days about 1000 keit at
Wool—Cumm•m IS, blood 20, d 0.22; I do*
26, 1 uil do. 28, i.ritne 30 c. a lb.—cash.
-Philadelphia Money Market.
'Chat excellent elmtnercial paper, BRAWN
Reporter, curtains the itAlowing—
"As tile sum nor deepens, our chief business
thorolgiiCates b• gin to as-u no an aspect of more
than usual inactivity. Hundreds of out bushel=
ciiivria are a , reatly ahsent, and it Is ptobable that
in lers than a fortnight fr.flin the present time,the
,iec case of our population in this way, and by the
a Mence of cititens to the 'country and on trips of
pleasure, wi'l amount to tome thous.ines,
The F.. 111 Trade, we are told, is likely to toad
mence uneer the most favorable auspices. The
en nary is evidently rising into a wholesome and
sound position. oit merchants hold an oncost
aging tine. A better and a brighter day is dawn
ing in th, commercial world. The coming year.
some v.mture to predict, will form the commence%
nient of a hizbly prosperous period in the bielory
of our country. May these delectations be real* ,
izzel, is our sincere and ardent wish. But we hairs
had so -many w irnings, and experienced so much
vici.si:ee, Cult we must be pertriticid to eXpgeeb
a word of caution, and to to the actIVE
and enttrprisiog—be not too sanguine.
Money is still abundant. The rates fangs lion%
iq to 5 per cent. per annum for first rate pepet
The Neva York Banks aie - said to be indebted to
the Philadelphia Banks mote,then a minims of
dolars. The rates of exchanze betiwean this City
New York, Boston end Baltimore, are about part
checks may tic obtained at each city on the bilittit
for a very trifling r tentage merely enough to
pay the bro'rers for their trooble. The currency
of all the Atlantic cries is in a sound modified.
and specie may be obtained at either °Man ft
large quantities. The eichahgte genera :I'
throughout the country, with one or two except
lions, such as the A'ahama points, are in as good
condition now, as they Lave been for many yews..
Philadelphia is graeually recovering her seed. ,
character and her former strength.
The pretty and p,,pular Steamerlogievy
IL Ik, kvored us yesterday with a litc Clarissa..
Steamer Belmont, Pue; from Wbeeling--11 3
ithds tobacco, 241 sacks wool, 8 pkgs mdee.t chest
tools, 64 bbls flour—W Bingham, D Leech & co.
Jno A Roc, II & P Graff, Forsyth & co. D. "r.
Morgan, Clarke & Thaw, Joseph Jordan. I Dick•
ey and co. Daizell and I'letning.
Discharged fright at Steubenville and Was.
burg. Cabin Passengers S.
Allegheny Belle, Hanna, from Cincinnati- 83
bbis apples, 24 sacks wool, 2 hhds bacon, 2 bhdo
hatns—D 'l' Morgan, Asa M'Connell, D Lceoh
and co. Hampton and Smite. Discharged freight
at Whezling and Beaver. 73 Cabin Pitellerlitall.
Richard Clayton, Hough, from Cincinnati- 94
barrels apples, 57 casks baron, 69 tierces do. 68
bbls flour, 3 casks potahh. 102 sacks wed.
23 cabin, 61 way do. 39 on deck.
33 inches water in the channel.
Richard Clayton, Hough, Cincinnati,
Belmont, Poe, Wheeling
Allegheny Belle, Hanna, Cincinnati
Daily Packets to Elizabeth and Brownsville.
Belle or Pittsburgh, M'Cullongb, St. Loci&
Herschel, Allen, Cincinnati.
Belmont, Poe. Wheeling'.
Daily Beaver and Elia ibeth Packets.
0a man named AVAIL C Howls, formerly of
Bag Harbor, Long Island. state of New York. ileid
Hodge has been In the elites of Pitt-lbargh and Oscines , -
11, Ohio, for the last few years. He was employed who
last heard of at the business of brickmaking. if kr will
call at the office of the 'Motning Post,' he will boor of
something greatly to his advantage. July sh—d.
t er Editors generally will greatly serve • poor mash
copying the above.
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