Pittsburgh Mystery in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 16 Apr 1845
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Pittsburgh Mystery (Newspaper) - April 16, 1845, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaAro Egie Horary of i mystery Quot Anil Iivo Ltd in All tiny Wisp rim of Tho Novi itans a a Hilo. A -.-.�?1�?�? pm. 3-� itis to Buiji 11, wednesday Moll Ninel april iii. �815. Price two cents. Ti1e mystery in a a ill Islic every wednesday morning by the publishing a ammo tee a Peck Matthew Jones cd. Williams Peter Lack sign j. N. Templeton. Venue a one Dollar $ Yea payable in Advance Olio Dollar and Twenty one come if not paid within lir ii Mon let Mfune Dollar audibly Crim at lilo end of the year. 4ts of 4 0v�stt. It. Advertise Pietilo will to it lilo a allowing Rule Par nibs Adt twelve Linen. An off a. 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Lewie i Selmyer Pppe Fayette Bounly. Alex. Awili. I Montti Gilda City is rip tn>., we. La Alp r it my aft Allegheny a it a Atquit a local nows. Tily so Csc Rajih i those of our City subs Robers who no veil on the first of april will please Ivo us notice of their now place of residence Ami those who have been Chrusl out by the late calamity we so Mil serve is soon As it is possible for us to of Imja thei pout of course it will take Stupe time to wot Loca cd in anything Liko permanent Situa Lions. Or. Matthew Jones Barber am hair Dresser requests us to assure his customers am the citizens generally that he has repaired up his House Ami is now carrying on business As usual in the old a land in fourth is. Between Wood and Market. Or. John Peck ornamental hair manufacturer being among those who fortunately escaped the dreadful disaster is still in his old stand on fourth Street next door to die United states Hank now the Hank of Pittsburgh. La justic it has been some what correctly reported that or. Joseph Mahoney or. Residing on col , is now lying in prison for stolen goods found in his House taken at the great tire. This we Uro fully authorized by his lady to say is unfounded and utterly false or. Mahoney being s. Of where he in i. Lei us Lay our eyes to work and cultivate the soil of our minds Jur intellects Are Good but they need much Culli Vutison we must unite As one household the faithful part of our people Imit together in prayer to god Sis Moses did when he was pleading for ills people. We know to Are an oppressed people and if we done to use our own Means to Letch us out of this estate of misery and of. Pie Sion we never May expect to be a people ulus begin now and say within ourselves to will not be scolded at any More on the account of a not color hut condition we must Imit together As one family not having any self or animosity with it. And then we will soon see the sons and daughters of Uain coming up out of the wilderness and crying As they go along Equality Equality but before this is done we will have to Reim our walk and also Pur conversation and it becomes us As females in All of our departments to act what we profess. We must work fur ourselves and that with All our might we must Doit with meekness humility and sobriety. Nut boasting for our Coin Peten ways we. Wet Alc Ginly. A ailed any City jeep la Mahone e. R Parker Rev a Brasi cola. Ivy Nebit Jed 0. Withiam is Tad a ice Mph Cyr Ujj. Canals Birg e x. Chai bar and 0. A met. Tarriff Burc. O. J. Der ifs a a Aycud 1. A a. Allegheny coff it liitle Ohio. St Lucky ally Joh Yfim. Cleveland amp us. Maa Ariton j 8. The Paon. New if t. E. Huw civil Amtius a a Mph uen tet Smi us Slon Loa Circleville t. 8 a Tseu. Ceil Huib a a crib cd a Laj and c. Ii langs Luu. Tutu Mouth , a a toi Lin a Man i and Short cha ii a % to. M new pc. I a km., p. M. 6, a by by and w. Earthy a if f Lan Coatar. N Isi w incl Nuat al. Afire Juhn Lus Loce and a 1. In he a Carioli Igi , ii anti Ili Watson 0 ier iii a a Uva lion Tite Enfield a saw 1-%� Jeffrey Jar Indiana Ltd or Ain id 3. Jena Crawford isl torte Lynul pm Rev. A. It. A Quot by a a four 1 co., six of of odian. A j Tuvoa Linfa Yeitz ce., Wnm. Findley. M1ch10an. St Joseph a . Post Tsih hta a let fad Rev or Monroe. Massachusf.tt8 Pitt Send a a Canada. Tar into a am . New York. Taught Kaipa a Grey a priory. Ufi Elmqui a Tail and to a. Mahoney s. Which were hmm by some Pere osts carried the the new coun House a Poletp a Cpd Ana re. Turned a mrs. Anderson Sci a fett her Lod Gittus at mrs. Mahoney5�. This fat porn to Steinf Orinel. Was raised by Soma treacherous Arnd person who informed theol re in the searching the House that such Ore to be found on or. Mab Safiy a Olises not knowing hut Fiat Home a such persons must i to Emee pcs or they would not pm to a a a i hers. By above others but let us join hand and heart together believing that if we Send up our voices together that the Loul will say As he stud to Moses j my have heard the. Cry of my peo pie i will go Down and deliver them from we need not Tell you that Lii Thaud Charity is much wanting amongst us we must be of our own matters tech Lippi. By so doing we. D. To our oppressors As a to worst dab a of the heart is right with my Pieart As my heart is with thine give Rue thy hand and then the slave will join hands with ids oppressor and proclaim Liberty Liberty and Equality with an Mankind. To enjoy when we contrast theirs with ours we have reason to rejoice for heavens blessings so abundantly bestowed upon us. If our people would Only consider their situation and use every exertion to elevate themselves there would be a Dif Lerent state of things in our midst. Where now see misery we should see happiness Comfort and peace. In Philadelphia we have had More Reading upon the subject of slavery of late among our people than we Ever had before in All probability. The a brotherhood of thieves and the a testimony of a thousand witnesses sold by our Eastern lecturers have been read very extensively and i Hope to a Good purpose for it must be acknowledged that we lean our actions too thu Phi to Sanction the colonization scheme Only a pc years ago i say in a new York paper a biographical sketch of one fou most distinguished ministers in tins Cit Yand she writer has liken much pains in state that he though a coloured Man was not an abolitionist but rather favor the colonization scheme this was can Side red one of his Good qualities smog others similar How Theu can we expect to elevate ourselves while to counter acc of support that accursed scheme it is High time that our actions should speak abolition. A Faith without work a read i to most of us Are abolition est inward but not in action i see by the papers that the free Tai 05 human rights in of iii Are going to speak jut is the next meeting m cml Quot against or it of a. ,. It of ter Mina tins known to no anger countenance or support the system. Your it. A Samual Kin Gatun Jet by at second mrs i�04 Washerwoman third a a a or. Auction dealer who resided in Allegheny City and a servant girl of or. Kingston have been Lees in the do truly r the ctr to read Muir a Conj a ving fund Sorkey a Quot a a u t aft a have been called a one thug in Favory portent institution is g Good one Uffre although bul show cur Wiiri Rigik institution by our Fly Muy be asked Bow Tibig towards a a a Vii Why it was Ait not a i pm in another a soft it sry to a most in t my say it society a in us pm ids this a to fruits. L a do any people a Liway have a for i he al Ytteroy in Orion ii Ltd it not. Friend a. It. recently i Timve not seen or known much of Tho doing of the citizens of Pittsburgh. A kind Friend of Mino Ivas Good Liioi re to Supply to with the mystery. been pleased from Tiro get that have a goodly number of acquaintances in your City und am Only sorry that our peo. Up Are not More acquainted with each other in things that pertain to our place and welfare we Are living in a strange ago of die worlds history und although surrounded with All Tho instructions that a nan can give. Yet. How Little of ourselves we seem to know. While we Are in Pennsylvania enjoying a nominal Freedom How Little do we know or seem to care Lor the oppressed brother or Tho oppressed sister who Labouring under the tyrant whip South of Mason amp Dickson a x y z 1 Lii Ladel Pittia it Larcil 4tb 4f a for the my try Pittsburgh a. April joih45-Bhot 11$a m h. Del xiv by your permission she undersigned would respectfully infirm Bis a of scribers to she manual labor school institution tji it she land contracted for is new a Peg. Sossi Oit and rented out a brother Tims. Lawrence inform sue Johi letter dated Columbus Ohio a iii i Jujj a Toms we have struggled flt rough with our first payments amp a. Yours respectfully end agent fuss the Aboye. M. J. Wilkinson Hue. Be while they Are Labouring and work to do Ihu sup Row is a five toiling under their scourges she or so i Call them Are spreading and showing themselves Piton their it a 0 we Ever think of Umo ? Are our on it 9vef Ca led t0 ook t0 cd edit too sir treason to be god of she privileges that Central adult p Cap. Or to aleuts. All persons except Post masters who have been standing for any length As our agents who have neither it Money or subscribers the same Ifil be removed after two months no Isicc and others put in their places except some thing be Forth coming in the meantime a l an not agents do Moses Soma we i Trow a re doing very Well by sending us list subscribers and Money and some do nothing. Any person sending us 6 a Yor subscriber with the Money Shari a. Tho sixth copy grads. Will at by now wha they Cash Dof we know that every one Serj do vomit bldg
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