Essex register
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Title: Essex register
Uniform Title: Essex register (Salem, Mass. 1807)
Physical Description: v. : ; 56 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: H. Pool, W. Palfray & S.C. Blydon
Place of Publication: Salem Mass
Creation Date: March 31, 1836
Publication Date: 1807-1840
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Salem (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Essex County (Mass.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Essex -- Salem
Coordinates: 42.516845 x -70.898503 ( Place of Publication )
Citation/Reference: Brigham, C.S. Amer. newspapers
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., no. 1 (July 23, 1807)-no. 151 (Dec. 31, 1808) = Whole no. 749-901 ; v. 9, no. 1 (Jan. 4, 1809)-v. 40, no. 105 (Dec. 31, 1840).
General Note: Publisher varies: Palfray & Chapman, <May 9, 1836>-
General Note: Motto: "Here shall the people's rights maintain, Unaw'd by influence, and unbrib'd by gain; Here patriot truth its glorious precepts draw, Pledg'd to religion, liberty and law."
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02260830
lccn - sn 83020533
System ID: UF00073197:00004
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Preceded by: Friend (Salem, Mass.)
Preceded by: Salem register (Salem, Mass. : 1802)
Succeeded by: Salem register (Salem, Mass. : 1841)

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PUBLISHED ON Correspondence of the Baltinore Patriot. under the order of the House. Such appears est moment of my life. 1R is glory enough for had ,done more fr thiscountry than all de oliti- l .
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS, l WAsmIGTro, .March 22, 1836. to be thle practice there; and if it is to govern any one 1.."' ciaus that ever lived. cimed writ a n rst o ..., ra i. Ia thd o Gracer
BY PALFRAY & C1APAN.- ExPUNGINe.-A FARCE.-SCE.NE THIRD. s lere let us haveitin its pry The resolu- "Sir, -,,.! MIr P. I had also run out the gra- Benton.-"I believe so! I believe so!" Grac"e a n thiv be real-parted foreallaf
BY PALFRA & AP AN. ion, therefore, proposedby the Senator, is en- cious answer which the President would have Porter.-"So I thought." He thian went on to fatheress-I-I a lurder'-and all in a few
OICE-oMr Po. 185, ESSEX STREET, CORE OF i orter commenced a most noble speech this tircly gratuitous; the thing can be done, and, made to this loyal and affectionate address, but award to tho President -re it .aga.city-u iomitl- hur. This morning-but this morning-and
CENTRAL STREET. morning in Reply to Mr Benton. He has complete- strictly speaking, onglit to be done, without any I felt 1 wais treading on ground which I could ble will to pursue his enids, g great por-tinit il tIeo w stood there, so happyI so full of hope-ohI
ly demolished the Expunger,-blown his argurnent action on our part. The President himself, ac- not approach, and I therefore abandoned it," prosecution of his plans, and most uyiehi'gadher- y o,m o rktll thi
$41 A YEAR-PAYABLE HALF YEARLY. sky-high, and left him not a yard of ground to stand cording to the excellent rules of Parliament &c. &c. ence to his friends--a characteristic nriever more woo.
.---I upon. which the gentleman recommends to our adop)- Mr Porter then contended] that the Senate pa'ent,i he said, than when shown in the ifractiuoLn Grace laid her hand on hIs. She yielded tc
Advertisements of more than halfThe party force did not assemble in so large num- tion, has the right to send for our journals, and had no more power over a Journal of a former of his public duties. All these he was willing to none of the regretfil feelings which crowded
or t h re e insertions, once a week, or in three papers s as yesterday. I sa nothing of Blair, and the inake such C 'orretion in them as he thinks fit. Congress, than over that o any other legisla- lward hime But hle could not go so fnar as to d- to her heart" It is not the nature of prayer to
r three inserts ion, the opion-e a wee of three adv ee papers cheerful face t of Mr Lan of Indiana, the fine intel- That Senators may see I am not mistaken on tive body in the world; and having dwelt at t t tth copiso dran b Mr Ben- strengthen the soul for a time, as does human
l i tIt Ih o a'io d a nby M)r Bell- strengthen tire soul For ia tim e, as does ltm t
,n su c cessio n fit th e op t ion -of th e a d v certiser ; 1 6Q le et aa l b ro w o f MI~ r S m ith o f M a in e, a n d t hre p o rtly th i s s b e t 1 b l a e1oq o e t o t e h s i e l n th u o h o sitio n l he a d d u c e d a te ll. i e ro w a s a rIt, c li tic ian th e a id e w i rl'so r e p iti -or t l'p a si n s ro I t a d e,ma ,, e ,
t n. ice o w s ap ,iteia s id h" 'or1 ,,_g resolution, and lay it bare ,wain to tile r; I .s
ets for every additional insertion.. rofteraceful Vans is subject, I be- leave to quote to them the somle le 'gth upon til poe ton he educed a tn. a CicEro l plitician, said Mr Porter, .. resolution, and l,-,y ibfare again to the ravaged
Aerts een not exceeding half a square, f1 ere amon the mi graceful irVanderpol of Kiderhook, fb'llo in illusnous precedent, derived from the very strong argument, based upon the liability ste w po ian t t D c wore pliti- of the psio o-faith and resignation
for three insertioents not exceeding half a square, $1 werach was on dut, and Everettthe eer afte som e, act of the renowned & sapient King AiES THE of the Secretary of the Senate, under his oath et -afs, Chatham was politican Hancor,' .. "r.5 ee a1rdib" but their strength is equal
etof ernsonChaltham wan/,'olticia olh m -ndtotl 'I theteirro s tes.,,. n'- th i teua
additional three insertions, as above; 12e wills on duty, afind Everewas duly the scker after something' e g FrsT, of blessed memory. of office to preserve the integrity of the Jour- eon were policas,-ad to the integrity of thneed of te J rir po.sessor -. .. I'. hav
.. In, our-while hie would riot inlake a comparison that would, said placed her hand oel that of lher, cousin.=-
SProbate Notices of ei.ery kind, no exceeding one bow as usual. Mr Walyead e ackwood 'sa "T- H ouse of'Cotin E d, sir, nal. lI contended that it would bo l justifi- a coparon that woldsid, placed h er ha on that of hercousi.-
Iuare, 1 50 for three insertions, once a week. zine, (without turning over the leaves often Gov (said Mr. P.) at the tne when their glorious cation on the trial of that officer for permitting these politicians l Ut together had do is s at least soati hen brave 'as r.o to administer con-
sS 1-4cf a l'ne Goll be charged for notices of pr ended not to Tiste, nd for te e, I v- contest between the prerogatives of the Crown the public records to be effaced, thattile Sen- casns-tctood to thewr hldotilst lon to the h eavor. The light of a purc
I e t6 .1- 4 g s c e n ts o o t ra 'a line. w illan o eb e "ch a r g ed f orp a se n o ti~ent ces o. o H t ill pr 'e te n d ed. n. ..o t t o ,ls te n .arid f r u le re s t I 1 n ov -" ntie r!t ib" e well" n t' o tu kletI r e ospiirit" ob r okoet e o v e r Ihlphi r e o r s to b e e fa e h a h e S e 3'e r"a s n u c g o t t e w okas thhat e ri rp' t"h rf eoe rllst
.neeingsfor political and other purposes notices of er knew Senators ad audience more attentive. and the hts.of t Pe le was about to corT- ate had passed a resolution that it should bei T re folhwed Some notiot e ofr Mr Bel l a l i b r o er hls fach her slack hair fl
:ocietie,, cards, &c. for one or two insertions. MH, Porter began by contending that this Senate menece, passed the following resolution : done. His duty was prescribed by the Consti- raving : an aco iesoonothe curr.eto t no r rat far..d s she i it tan
The prvilege of Annual Alvertisers is limilea had no more light over the Journals of a foIrmer 'Te Commih nlow assenhlcd in Parlia- tuition. This argument made an obvious im- tlted for e tUn tedSt Itesl a notes. Heulti- k upon him, and sie appeared in her ,
to their own inunediate business-all extra adver- Congress than oer those o any other legislative nent, being justly occasioned ther.unto, con- pressio ed goodhuoredly t ldle llaty Ike sting angel, rather ta
helensmsuch as auction rprobatee notices, c. sent body in the world ; and lie so lucidly described the co""g sundry liberties, franchises, and privil- Mr Porter being exhausted, gave way to a to v w the I p-ow gnedmof e i- a -rnrer sd r to s e r h he dead. Her lipd
g^o^ re sthnoetosof-,lyohreiltv t^^^ S ^ ^iedi~ t= o tllev .~c .o Ife 1, ? p ^h in beutylik ,i
me, b thqeriscontiued th bi al areara es are part of it as it did, and having after its adjournment tioned, do make this p'otestation following: that morrow. I~aving concluded, tihe subject was laild oht the ta- 'a roug oissed,'sexelaied in thr b.>-:' wil -
i bin the, r paps er discontitn d, m u give e usnualc e rareoin ef"P arli to eaaeit a e nt are nth a ot hIuhCOtdr of anyi nend u dr.ut rud t erhtoasr ha-,:'ve aine OUI l'r
,c It-- e h en a hi e~ a svchokea dan
'te renting Oice. He argued that it was the duty of the Senate and right and inheritapee of the subjects of Eng- Again was the Senate filled with a crowded o comfort-me who-'s hie r oico wwas choked
NOTIete Houe- se to keep a journal of all its proceedings. h1snd; and that the ur,-ent and arduuni affairs audienee.-Ja,,in wore the inbies throp"-i]o r To LE. a THE N LL. RIES.-Ti h o rT withr grief-ilene aped her e nd with COerlo
N O j I C E ^ The Constituttion does not exclusively allu.d l... .....*.. <,- .' '-- .,', tho7 t ingm, _it o" .1. -,, .i. .,, .,.f,,, ',,, ., ",., -, ,--.-I .." ..i ,,, -r nquir r, sive violence and left the room.- .. 1 wl.
,IJ Many unsettled accounts yet remain n pon stitutional proceedings,- includes allalike, *.l... I.- -* *n^ ^ ,,ti I :* *I -.h -*^ I. rrl, I,.... V 1 ; .. l l..l..,v n,- s i ,,l .1 .:..sing ne- The morning sun shone in upon the <....
pthe books of the senior public er of the, "" "."".s,, er constitutional or otherwise. If this were other- na n.te ancea n u e l el c -. I I .^.: ," h I.r h ,,,,. T ,. -r.I ,, .. '.. I .. ,, -i.. ,,. :.-,, dnesday and G race Sut Gaite was still kne p in bh it'"
whieh its inportant to hmn should be ^ adus ed ws,tlh Journalsof~on^r y -^^A ^^,gg-"p riah -'monr .,1 i, ,, .^ l-,. --:-- ^'"' *: .-. .^ ,n_^^ r,,.],,.dif-- S e kn w no '---..aw adh-o n '.h
ing &e to Jta. 1, 1835 are requested to mnake errors.- "Leaving then all the extraneous subjects those businesses every member of the House T scene which ensued, begga description for him, and her entreaties went up to the
a et tolimn either by cash or note. introduced into thi debate, the Bank, thie panic, the of Parliament hath, and of right ought to have, construction matters of record. wo thought th e galleries w ered tou oeoflowing. It Most High a a rich incense; for they sprung
W PALFRAY, sen., is likewise an authorized pressure, bank rags, gold money, the president, glo- fi'eedom of speech to propound, treat, reason, cee ln usage made tlem so, ani tI t had been whispered througLiout the Hal, that trom a heart, which, like flowers, yielded its
aent for the collection of dues to the firm of PAL- ry, and the old federalists,' Mr Porter said he should and bring to conclusion the same; and that the the, Constitution, by making it obligatory on I.Mr Webster was to speak; and therefore all swiveetne in greatest abundance when it was
FRn.Y & CHAPMAN. -discuss the question upon its merits. He consulted Conmnons, in Parliament, have like liberty and Coigress to keep these proceeduigs, had soin- that entered remained. But as Mr Hill rose, it most severely bruised. She uncloscd,not. her-
Salem, March 17, 1836. the Constitution, and showed tlat it requires tIe freedom to treat of these matters, in schorder t t m to be. I the proceedings of Con- was buzzed through th galleries, that he was eyes, and her vote like tones of broken music
S------- Senate "to kep a record of its proceedings;" and as, i their judgment, shall seem hottest; adthat gress be not recorded, he argued, there can be about to commence. Ifthe Serjeant at Arms, coased not to send till the, promise of strength
Sfhhe then went intoan enquiras to what was meant, every member ofthe said House hath like free- o journal: and te journal be not preserve, ith all hi assistants, had been ordered to and faith was oucisafed to hei
w hi h i is i m ort nt o i m h o u d b a j us ed is L fe o u n al I irr 1 ,71 w ith a 11-,:h is a .1is ta n ts r h a d b e e .d i fl h etn e" 'o 1-i nt tle. d w" h a 1) A esh

P O E Y? M 1. verbally, by this requisition. Any unlettered man don f'omn all impeachment, imprisonment, and then thie Constitution is not complied with. clear the galleries instantly, they could not have Those who camn to prepare for tile. fIiheralU
or woman from Maine to the Sabine, he contended, molestation (otherthan by censure ofthe House ir Perter then took up the precedent in fa- accomplished it in double the time.. The rush looked on the cahl brow of the young girl and
THE STAR OVER THE WATER. would answer that question as soon as asked-and itself) for or concerning any speaking, reason- vor of expunging, so triumphantly adduced by to gt beond the sound of hi voice wa, for a wondered.
BY MARY ANE BROWE rectly : ut the law makers, and s the gen o declaring of ay matter or matters, r eton as conclusive of the subject. When few minutes, alarming. Young and od, male Mr Suthgno as buried on s own ground
senoris ily a thoiie i ao Ic hp~o ,a cou t,; corre tl y :s buid st othe undma erstanding ofthe genatl- i g rud clrngto "_ry ater or .ater, '.1 t",er1toSaid o nmu ivef h ub e t.t\hen e ae ~ il r s o 7e d t t e ar 'tl O 1d rg il h k a d r

,- M Y A rE BOW. "men from Missouri called them, the "hair splitters' touching the Parliament or Parliamentary bus- it was announced, and the Senator from Mis- a female, gentle and simple, friend and foe, ma e beneath the prebiied at tone batlds o f tho
anharemainigeethanndisimple, pioteedandgfoee ct beneathhahl peen expresseat he bato if t -

See that glorious star on high, of the Senate could not answer it so so readily.-As iness And that if any of the said members be sourt had begun to read a precedent for such moved on in one dense body down the narrow ouse. A large maple overshadowed his grave
Shinmg o'er the tranquil ain fa r as he could understand it, "to keep" meant to complained of, and questioned for any thi ng ct, Mr Porter confessed tat he was src finding stair, until they reached the rotuda and wild roses blossomed thickly about it.-
Vh appears a secon s record and preserve, in the sense used y the Con- done or said in the Parliament, the same is to with surprise: and he felt an irresistible im d heais congratulated each otier that theM One tHing was remarkable regarding the fun.e-
~puls~of~c it~t tpon ttto s dtbs.1t,*whichuadra} l tenteongrauiatile earh othtee' ihatatheye h w o t k ,ytegcd o 1rof'urksc, c haregartlhavew s o s t nrt
Wereukthtatt istarcahma pritve again, stitutionbthaws: other hdefiaitienonh, donetnubtlesscol couldstn bethgiven'tst be shown to the king,, by the advice and con- oulnd ofn roity upords the hadbased awquehtion had escaped uunhurt, amidst this thoving mass. ral----old Mr Hinman was not lresent-tnor had.
Mirror'd in the glassy sea. The gentleman front Missouri adr st of all toe Commons, asobled in Parlia e ent ds ad hata lft handed cophmet to the new ov- he been at the house since the morning of its
S, e .,definition: he had said what it does net mean, but uent, s pfoure the king give credence to any pri- o tgetllnaen,- and wasereprov for doingerlor.hah master's w death, It was rid that te was ill
Now behold the evening breeze 'ad furnished no definition. In En land it means late information s'I vr juy, h aitl am tte, kdly. Mr W l ut when Nancy returned to ncrse him he ren
O'er the quiet waters sweep; what has been stated, and in Scot1, too 'asud a "The i Sovereign just alludled to, sir, (said Mr. aled the point ie had raised, as to the proved hr sharply for deserting th poor or
That bright image in the seas, added Mr Porter, "in Irehmd, fos for its precis- P) on learning this audacious avowa of right e of erasg tht record from the journal of From the Portland Magazine phan, and commsanded ler to return, and noi
Trembles with the-trembling deep ,0 i g to keep a Journal i' to record and it the part of he Co ons, wa extremely it- 0o "a lpo .Small or not "T M D A 7 P T E T. a hr awah untl shle wah sertthr; Ie vai
R But departs not, for the starde preserve proceeding s." p Now the Constitution re- digrna; hie dissolved thae body, and, calling for tedetd that It had t kincl o of application to tle o II E DAUGHTE i h Nancy, who tru loved her father, beslightc
Still is shining from afar. quires the Senators under their oaths, to understand the journals, struck out the resolution wi P-est case. It was at -emo-se o the 1jn oas. ANN a. r .io allow herto remain with him 'Grace
So the Chritn's Heaven appears that requisition to mean "to record and preserve," own hand. -there had been a memorle sent to the Sen- was cahn,' she said, 'and kept about tho house
P O T R .-.J n i .o i l ie c m e t nr a t e wr c hP a srter t h en do k p t i e pr c edKe n t itfre f a-eac o m l i hedi i C o u b et i r tm e,T i e r s l o k d o l t e c i n n y f t o y u g g rl a '

Miror' irife's cid sear: -the gentleman from Missouri construes it to mean Now, sir, (said Mr. P.) I propose that we at whc re.ephon: it reflected Contued,] all the tim, never appearing as if any thing
So it shines through happy years, to obliterate and deface." He then went on to shall, in all things, conform to the right royal ^ lo uctso t r : t a ed As theo vountg girl lay with her arms folded hw happeder d, only once in a awhile, when
In its pure serenity. depict the result of a different doctrine being estab. precedent. Let there be no half-way work.- e oy a craryontl oun.u as a pat on the window-sill, her barimit cheeks pillowed sme of her father's books or things camne in.
BY MRY ANE BO~rE- mn frm Mssoui caled hem theIlhar slittrs" orretly: bu thelawmakes, aid a tie getle-ing or eclaing f' ~y natte orruatersit ws anouned, nd tehSnatosfrotwouhl benathtileutcher,

For undying hope must be listed In the fluctuations ofparty, the journals of Let us carry out the glorious example in all. its tne proceedings ot tle S.^ate. rte Senate was upon them and her frnanbds ...... bhedtoeybeatile-o d ofthe
Shadowed from reality. the two houses would be liable to constant erasures length, breadth, and proportions. .. adjourn o, .at ay. .ad the Senate sat te rls, as the night-wind lifted them tplayfiully work with the tears dropping from her eyes
S and alterations, according to mere party whim, and "If however, the hon. Senator will not go the uex.dlay, it would have been done, upon the from her temles Grace aro and stole soft. for an hour at a time: and her smio had. i
But if tempest should arise, "from page to page would show nothing bul expur- whole, I recommend to him, (said Mr. P.) to reaung ot the Journal, as a matter of course, from the room The poor o. irlho-d be. awak. strange kind of look about it, just as if it would
Whchaperst eonnsy rcodaridpresereul h eneue d y he adn- it hasnrprise: ndo heerU niroeotwind wasIe

With the storm that hope may shake, gaons and erasures.. This Mr Porter said, had come as near it as he can, and Ihumbly submit t having been done erroneously. "wa j listen to te voices from below as a ut say, oh, how my heart aches!' Old i !.11.,n-
Though reflected from the skies, been anticipated by Benton as special pleading : and to him, whether he had not better so anend, or as lt is wlth courts ef justice, in whose records with, oun,, ip ,,ohe. hm h r i .t *in his great easy-chair, with hi" hands
It can never quite forsake; the reason of thinl was that the Senator was aware rather so nmodify, his resolution, that we may ertors lay Ue corrected any time during the .. scad. t.in partition only d ivindhr filus ehlped on his knees, and large tears roiligh
And will still, while surges roll, that the same charge would be brought against hls invite the President of the United States to vi- term. the Ctlerk may correct the clerical er- the womneu who were tokin hie father's ovhe by one howu his cheeks as Nancy ofi
Tremble, and yet light the soul! arguments, and that he would therefore forestal the it this body, and be himself the instrument by rots ,. the records o( the court during term snrout h.. n ho th "a it or t" fi this siHolo description of her friend's suffer-
other side ila using it. Inh style of facetiousness and which this stain on our proceeding. shall be re- tyi e. 1ht e Secretary those on the records of dn, e supreme sthen n on o t l ing. is daughter looked in hia clae-word
FoR TE a rsTan.'J sarcasticc irony, pecu*r to that witty alnd talented moved. I would propose (said Mr P.) such an the Senate durng the day. They were not H man cauton ht- t ak softly1 f ce h r red. I w sut was pained; for she lhad nevn
tnes suggested on hearing Rev. Mr. WHITTE- t li..it t, e I would be compel- tn relt- not stur ne y th utsten him ick bn t
odE's excellent Temperance address at Bever- in defining the verb "to keep." He instance the to vtene aaitd resolution even so a- l Benton had said that a tht ewhei thos. below we la g ot ttho dead,; no let mn taywith you, fwther-Grace does
ly, last Sabbath evening, case ofr a man's carrying a horse to a livery stable endd a afrad t wol uot bco0 tou was a hart of "ti tl lnl "" nmo au yet she dit not move, nor cos h ac- o ne e-ter s no work to d or .
Tr st the P.qe--it will protect thee to be kept. He askp tae groom "to keepn ';' h to p stcl a cours. ut l a ro- accord .t. .to ithelontloa o i toot, in eycs but lay fbor .' l prs wit her i- d1o cEt bs harclv any td)ng, in tiloth o Jalr
In the sadand cheerless hor for reply, that that wori has thirty-x meanings te r Snd ve g usp the shape I wr.- denied- m._L_ r,,,or ... M..... cramping with her, like a t'ingofdits- r tke ce t ."
It will prop thy lonely bower, according to Webster's dictionary, and that as one "". t he Sr"fator, o sec, (said Mr .)"- l- .r ... Of." .orl. w" a ..t o. th. tinct lile. \Vhon all was still and her younr At the mention of his eon's naine, Mr n iin-
And when all is dark and dreary, of these meanings was "to copy closely," and that e his lsdissent, and 1 lear wve must swallow the p, v on uin oercr watch" adeep, she stole ddown t oPrd mourn bn mlan siiddeliy uPlocked his hands and turned
Courage failing, life seems weary, as the groom could noe t do that with the hore, he dose as he has prepared it; but hoping that my as in ol democratic times- he the dead. She passed through the kitchen; remarkably pate. He half started from his
It will aid thee for the fight, had turned him out How would the gentleman -.Sgestion might be favorably received, 1 hatd .a t it... ou. ".n r as a p oedeiP nt lor two men were stretched alongthechairsas8e,p chair, and wit1h "....i,,.. .lips exclaimed
Strengthen more the moral right, from Missouri like that ? And so with a book : sup this morning before coming here, carried outt rnt. tune m certain cases. ie then al- while another sat in a shadow- corner. wih his 'Don't name him-I ai. ,..., don't name him,'"
S i.pose the Senator from Missouri should give a friend he .hole scene in my own mind. t o k a vote th. tw a o .ion fi e turned tow ds the wall. Grace was too -then suddenly checking himself lie fell back
Trust the pledge--a lofty mountain, a book 'to keep,' and afterwards asking for it, should it had imnagined, s iru (said Mr P.,) the Senate not to eceive a petition-and asked if it was a wreathed to notice them and lidd unseen to to his sear, adtling, 'Leave the rool Nancy
Thereis within a living fountain; be told that "to keep" meant (according to the e convened; the members in their seats; our faith- peceent binding on the present time, Swhy thel -a Sh sopene t or, n ta yoovo done no harn.' .
Where the weryifespacidnt --hgtea rmMsouicntusitng reneNoel" ,sr, sa ..M .P. Ipr" "a w aez w3 efused... recptin:"i relectdo[opntitnueuoo,] land the corpseperi s f nythn

Where the weary, fkintlg rover dictionary) "to nourish," and that as the book had fuil Secretary at his post. The approach of the din It th. gentleman from Missouri act accor- fher fatr lay before hern 'he T ace was un- It would he ahuost itlo>"iblB for a person td
SI Ithe ondu t o te Preiden: itwitsente-lI IU

Can his failing strength recover. reused all sustenance, it had not been kept: how President is announced. Immediately our Ser- l, it .. tha vote he gave upon Mr Calcovered ; the grave clotheq o1;, ..or.d n h e he left more e diplately alone,..thanl was Graee
Every member looks above, -ywo yd that suit the gentleman's idea of keeping. geant-at-Arms, a very grave and discreet person Aou s .Y gaoto rl"ftdve to the abolition petition? dm 1 t, and wre sl ith'lyru., a cr, '-.r' ,-- r by thl death of tei fathior. Brought
iTrust its virtues shares its love, And then Mr Porter asked Mr Benton "supposing who each day so clearly announces, "res- but whether it was a precedent or not, the ent ofair, whichswe o.r.. a l u eutirelv'iu his society, living almost ..alo.i
ooththch that year ago, wen I first had the leure of se o t House of Representative consttiuton, wnch is the true gude, pointed tae as ille the owith him from childhood, she hiad centered all
Foo u meeting dinghe o mu pe g that gentleman on the pleasant banks of the c., takes his station at tile door, and. in a l.t ti e p tr e ns correct p.th, and against that s ar. Te p o. oh, n's h. t grewfai t the earthly actions of her humble and loving
Trust the pledge-it fondly cherish, Cumbertland o ver, i the hevt day of youth, some district and firm tone, cries out, the Pre.n- all precahnts availed nothing. at asthe samnviget h adlnailedto pleayfy: w heart in his existence. Never in her wlholo life
It neglected, soon you perish;, fair friend had given him a lock af her hair, 'to keep,' dent of the United States. lle enters. We As to the argument that, in passing the ohl) ment in the morning. The dewy lossoms time could she remember a harsh word or act
Resolves the brightest often fly, in remembrance other friendship and affection, and rise frol our seats, joy glistening in the noxious resolution, the Senate had transcended she had tried wtl then, were no brekio coming rom him. No second object had found
Without the pledge, they sooner die. years after upoen her asking for a sight of the relic, oyes of his friends, dismay pictured on the their legislative duty, and had assumed judi- the moonlight as it trh mblen throub thenl a llace in her heart, till the aJrrival of Henry
~~P)to)'si frmthe roornh Thetpoor it rlem dbeedntlu'ough the hr n vnteth oesebr a

Press forward then, without delay, he hould te her that ha had tried to comply withll countenances of his opponents. He traverses cial authority, Mr Porter was equally explicit andl flickered over the face of the dead Iw Blar; ad ve then, th love she bore her pa-
Enroll your name, this very day; her wishes, but he had been puzzled to know what the room with a firm step and dignified air.- and decided. For one hie could say that he ]y the orphan advanced; she started and her rent seemed to expand with her capacity t
TRUST TH PLEDGE-itwill avail thee was mant by "toeep," and finding upon cosult- You [the Vice President] rise ftrom your seat, had never imputed any thing like criminal mo- h ounrt leaped within her, foir the light quiverin love another. Suddenly, in a moment as i t
When temptations strong assailthee. ine ther othat itr eant to sas ae," he had sir, and ree oive him with that grace and urban- tie to the Pres dent-nor did he believe that over the thee of the corpse gave it the appear- wror, the support of her life, the oak to which
S.,, .. inu h e ha likey to cas im ea d receive ty which so olinently distuguish you-you the Sonato had done so, Whatever of evil ance of life. She bent her check; it met one she was the vine, was ut down rever, and,
shtotia e ny tied Oiltheisukeo wslofill(]lal- e pr.ollingaD

A ST rrwiC ls rt riolsre. Some years and a hair-splitehr?" Ie caln give young ea of thei salute hm with afeclionate complacence. Ht e there was in the conception of thle matter it col alnd stiffen.di; her h ieart contracted itself she, the loved and cherished, became an isolat-
Ago Mr---- was elected a member of the Leg- drollery of this whole thin. It was worthy the tal- answers your salutation with kindness and dig- originated with others. For himself, he hoped again. 'She sunk on her knees and strove to ed creature in thhe wilo, wicked world. It is
ago,~~~~~ ~~~ the--, as lectd.amemho were Li- dollry inttga holethigfathwerwothythetal

islature of New Hampshire. He was a very gen- ents of Sheridan: and so seemed to think the Sen- airy. All eyes are fixed on you and him, and, that the experience he had enjoyed in a jtldicial pray. Her throat was dry and agony ahlost strange she did not d i th"m--that her heart, so
temaily, well educated man, but, unfortunately; so ate and audience who were convulsed with laughter. re ivored than otier mortals, ur vision is station or many yrs, wou prevent s g- choked her. Wit locked hands, and ire pra tender, had in broken.i tie p-
"fird of brandy and water that he was more or less Even Benton could not forbear a smile, athou.dh lllessell at the same moment with the setting" ing irpeachable matter as the ground of a drops breaking over her upturned broiv, the r'oo.ing of its gentle tontd,.},ii'? It alight, but
It recor s of' tir court duor hitorn-shroud.nhe heard the wiultStlto Ohltileol'r!

intoxicated every day. At the close of the session, evidently deeply chagiined to see his pet definition and the rising sun 'resoluton nl thi e Senate, in regard to the Exce- struggled for words of prayer. A painful of- Ai or hi-wrio temper ked.h the wind to the slceorft
he attempted to justify himself bv saying that he of "keeping a journal" fairly laughed out of exist- "The preliminaries of reception passed over, ttl've He thon sullposed a case that inght il- fort, and they broke from her lips. 'Oh God! la Gr rtly .os left td
came there sworn to truly represent his constituents, ence. and the bustle attending it termlitated, a column ., i,, the power of the Sonate in the matter, oh God.! hlp me- to boar this muine adlictio whi ch ei ar ihln, with leminiue tenacity-tllt
and he was satisfied, from personal observation, "But the gentleman fro Missouri," said Mr siee prevail. You slowly rise fom you t discharge oftheir Executive dies, one tigitwa warm tears rushed to her eyes, ws nry B r. Sh knew tat she never
that a large majority of them drank too much when- Porter, "has great resonurces. He ias a rem o- scat-the President does the same- you patnse comes before tHllat body, nominated for office thlle grasp of agony was taken fiom her heart could a' y him wi!t her f-.tlr's blood on lii
tnes sugg"est".dS.n teeasiareniov. M--." Ile alredy hohlsinluttrationes uofetilgovea.itundehe weptri-nely. Bnntand htyWas fleeadings iln thermonrnilgntof eacghltabe yet s m

ever they could get an opportunity. dy for every difficulty." He then exposed the for a rorent, and cannot conceal the options ady holds another o under govern and e weptfrely. Long and hl was ti ns, owvr innont migt e; yet sh
fAllacious argument which Benton based, you which the ,,1., -..,,, scene gives rise to; you nlent--and there are complaints, meanwhile, communion Grace Suthgato held with her could hear from lhim sometimes ; and it was ..
Ra shekng accident ocurred on the arleston will remember, on the fact that there were over are, however, at la t composed, and you ad- thlat he is not fit, by reason of nmalfeasance in God, there, by her fhLther's death couch. Her luxury to pity him--to fkel that one in the
Lafiaette b which the enBinaee, and one lfiemano a thousand printed copies of the Jourtal dis- dress the President in these words: ou ceA to hold it. Cannot the Seaate inquire heart was pervaded with a sweet and invisible world, w'h.. s.red ,r lineago, wouhd remon-
lylete b th e engin ad o r tribute by law and kept-tand that one J "SIRE: The Senate of the United States lhave to aliats .l Is qualithation, because lanflence; e calm, blessed feeling, lsch rs il her her wi tnerness she lad been-wont.
ened as usual anibe no da e nal, namely, the Manuscript, kept by the Sec- imposed on me the most agreeable duty of an- t candidate may forward come before man pen can never describe, took possession to inspire. She i no .ar tr the event of
eootave was suddenly checked, and th two per- rotary, being only one, it was not important to nouncing to you tle object which eas induced tlem to be mpIeahed for that ma fSosnce? ofi her spirit; and she, whIo had knelt down in his trial-it was a fl, she ttiht, neclssary
sons mentioned thrown forward upon their knees keep it. Before the clear elucidation of Mr P. them to request your presence in their chan- e invited Mr Benton to look at this thing a agony, arose resignedl--,nay happy. The light to his character. To be acquittt-d publicly by
in front of the boiler were exposed to the names thisfallacy faded away like smoke which fol- ber. Deeply impressed with the value of your little more deeply, to too the mark, and answer was still on her father's face, and a smile pure his fellow men might lessen his own regret;
*of the open fire door, and held down by the foot- I"".' .. discharge of'a cannon, services in tle field and in the cabinet; con- this. 1Beaton gave a Lord Bur'lczh nod of and holy, such as his mortal lips had never and it gave her comfort to anticipat, the ticn,
board of the tender, they were Bo horribly burned, The argument of BirT'oN that the parlia- vnced tlhat, under Divine Providence, you have the ]head.] .lihcre can be no malfeasance, known,/lay like a promise of heaven upon it. of his release, though she knew that she sho io.(
When," subj-eigtiu,,e anno I ndeoraton ih w l ,eachnom to k ep"iihoufiendtoate lin.oSnato tontinkressteda.er lipse touckethetoco-ld,,see ihiacuenosnsldre.

and both the engineer's legs in addition so badly mentary usage of rnt rain, from which rendered or services to mankind "than a jeofcerto impac nt, without race stooped and pressed r lip to the cold see him no more.
Fractured that they died shortly after being brought we have our parliamentary rules, sanctions other awful who has ever -e'd i; the [eof itent.on, said Mr P orthl clay. As she raised her head, another shadow While Nuncy lhinmn was making her nn-
id cheleshorf r repy thtwrd a i" "xmann -.

back to Charleston, expunging the records, was yet more signally times,"'* they are anxious to show their d-vo- .-. i, ,.1 alluded to the trial of Judga e Chase ll] athwart the corpse, It was her cousin who successful visit to her thiler, James had tiiken-
It willhprop thytlonelytboweris e.aee, i- hJerlied cd

overthrown, and by an answer that every child tion to your person, and their sensibility to .. .. of his position. lie had" assumed stood before her. Very pale he was, and his the opponind ,y tol vkit Grace, dnno received
Steamboat Explosion.-The steamboat Free will see the force-the conclusive force and ir- your tne. It is with grief that they are under that the charge of the Senate against the President countenance looked solemn and deathlike in him kindEy; for he had performed many friend-
Trade, Capt. James Young, was on her return pas t resistible power of. t. the necessity of saying that there is foud on implied an otunce as much inlpeachable as that the dim litht. Grace moved not, nor shrunk Iv o-ffies for her since her Serheavement.' His
sage from Augusta on the 14th inst about 50 miles "With what semblance of justice, then, can their journal a resolution of this body, which preferred against Chase by thellouse of Roprosen- as he laid'his cold hand on hers. She knew ffce wore a show of -,nil.*,.ii, and his manner
Crom the city, when one ofthe boilers burst. The it be urged that these matters are to be regulat- is unworthy of them and of you. That resolu tattives.that te had killed her father, but she know wts even more than .i .:.i,..,.,ai., soft and insinu-
etnwasobdyseeasweryele thate ea.hee asedtheuh tlekichn xched bin iith-n,--I]Jish xcaied

captain was so badly sealed that he died in six ed by English parliamentary practice? Tl o tion declares that the Senate differ in opinion Mr Porter examined the specifications against also, that his will had no part in the deed He atilg. After some hesitation, he informed her
hours. One colored man was killed, and two others introduction of any rules on the subject intoit with you on the lawfillness and constitutionali- that oflcer and showed them to imply gross denc- sfokr and hs voi ws lo, d v.. o.. that Henry Blair'y rn ial woud come on in about
ltetw o ... .. ....trec... .. ...... .... .... ........ ,If
died~~~~~~ son ferthuatleleerad hrecoote. a, vo0n t Ue theluthen r dll aay pnooi oha -t Vnr

died soon after the mater, and three col- the Constitution excludes such an idea ; and ty of one of your public ncts-a declaration, lcto al t, afeasace 1i oc .- a week, and inquired if she could mentili afiy
ored men were scalded, but there were hopes of the rules themselves, inconsistent with those 'sir, which they had no authority to make, and xhero could be e Ial'allel iu the caaes. J did not think to fifid you hcre-they tolt witnesses whom she wished to have. ammnuot-
th i re o e y-~O))tw a u n lj r~ t Il o w i d o iJol n -f c u n d o a d i e -v ll r c a o ;,f i el b c

their recovery Tl boat was much inured. h prevailing in England, forbid any such crnclu- which is untrue, inasmuch as it dissents from Ieo next referred to the extravagant aduiation lay- me you were ill-I e anne to look on tli e das ed in his behalf. Grace thanked him and an-
tow boats, loaded with cotton, escpd without inju- o the opinion of you, the wisest and the best. sed by Bent b on upon the Presidoent; he believed it whiile m keepr slopt-to-orrow I to swered calmly, that she -,....... .] none were
Y ".Let us, however, (said Mr. P.) follow this Thle Senate have resolved that it shall be ex- to be somewhat exaggerated, he sold,-buit still o tr ier fi hs n.idoer cannot tlhiik me ,'wcrssary to his exenlpation, save himself, he
Nantucket is going largely into the silk business. matter a little further. If,as the honorable Sen- plunged frimn their journals, as a warning to kn.w tht "otlmntbawrn eh"n, ac guilty "fan intent to kill your father, Grace." being the only person present.. Hinman seem-'
This ischaracteristc of the enterprise of those fa-" atr says, we are to be governed by the English posterity that this branch of the Legislature p t e re a etly n Ar i o,' replied the orphan, 'no could you bo le1 mbrrad. Hoe arose, walked across the
refuse.all u.tennceot hadnotlbenhketd:dhwlPreidentisban ounce Imme iatel otrgt,.r"1 i overe ;ith gravac1ot(ostilinliered n til

mous hunters of the whale. The delicate fabrie practice on thls subject of expunging, I pre- shall, in all time hereafter, keep within its con- ,; .. *'," ,"o here, bv hiC aide, had Vou harbored a thought room and rettrl. of the one employment is in siigular contrast to the sume wet must tak e that practice e entire ; we ar stitutional powers, and express no opinion on qu... somoinr .to the abotln 1 ti na ut' i u I fea', .i said wit some hesitation, *1 foai
bold and daring dangers which are associated with not at liberty to introduce one partof itand ro-'any act of the Chief Magistrate. The Senate ray .ievu~t'ti^ n~x1q ,]i.tpe hank Von-flom my broken heart [ thank yIeu niisco"ncive the notnre ofmry evuidence-
Trssisvrtuehare s i ts anloveeetanothen r Thrter asked rBetomln spo rule in hou eah aysoclyoyuaycBu wete it wsonpecdth f-no'.ek, .-

the other. There is to be erected at Nantucket by ject another. There is certainly no rule in our have considered, sir, that it would ho more "Some ofito ustttick'' veiu,' said h ,... I,..I;,_. iolntly and lonilg t im sorrv to say it would be little in tavor of
the Atlantic Silk Company, a steam factory which body which prescribes how it is to be done; we grateful to you, and more conformable to pro- n w n oa'inst the .' ..l..., I ...... for support. our co sin. .
is already in great forwardness i must, therefore, imitate the partiamentarv pre- codents drawn from the puret period of ihrit- l ho tiin.iw hic. t ollows,-dr ntay so t the ctaheent, it cgiuslp Gitece losikd 'i in fstthloinaois ent. 'ha llc ent
Scedents throughout. Now, (aid Mr P.) ifl un- ish history, that you should expun itris oou h .i d thth, ridagnt s t a faloer ash rand of thero ho rl in si *n ltrnvoice, yI do not
thtgnlm no h laat ak fte d. a e i sain a ied oa d n a ....... ,il pool- orphan'saheattegrew fainti;Ltire'earthly ariuat" branches htmble ariv lcvie

EmutIN-e .FOR COeiPLrI,:'nrs. "Well Dinah derstand the precedents right, tiaey establish the resolution with yolr own hnnd. Tihe manur" tat ha .r lis v ued. y wlanar iihis ],ind )i'l ln hn at tie op pin sash. Hi rais- an li o .a veiy you know eught more than that
Cumberland rier, in the he dayaof youthsomedistinc andlfirrh toeucries out,:titu'as'the dnio vinilesh, had naileddoitheacase-f

-said a would-ebeale to a black girl-"thy principle that, whenever tloe parliamentary pro- in which th say beauty soon fades-butdo youseeanysigns ceedings mfri'ged on the rights, real or sup- left entirely to your discretion. To crase the e lssrlit ic ians." ",h U e ts l teloedehissr us
of my bloom "r.1i,..----,.. r tell, me plainly- posed, of the Executive Chief MIagistrate, he resolution by drawing black lines arovndS it, i Po:'tr.--"I ntquote fron innute The nrin- lill of tear..i. 'Miwtss n-;ntlgate, it grievef nioe to say I >o6. I
without auh compliments"-"Ob, no, missa- sends fbr the jonrnals, or comes to the House, the mode preofolrreod by imanny of your friends, thd reipor 'aiu "than all t,'fiwn wdho irld j sail, 'Ti'hy nrn frsi' i nnd blton.iing vet--r o h has wonld. cei 'y ri.,helarini ll it I did not-forH
but den rne kinder tinks---- -" "T think what, and strikes out tho offensive natter witll his and particularly by that distinguished aid high- down h o ide of tl n;"--ul the ;,]lnman s' "l t wiliwl'rl them,' he snid in nWsnfrrowffl voie<, mnv kln)\whig.,a anitr what lhas passed, n;ay lbe;
Dinah- you's bashfhl"-"Q.lI no-me no bash- own lhadd. When, on the contrary, thepowcrs minded bh/, tile Virginia. Legislature. pro- 'hak-poliiiani, '-arnd il"l Imldrsilvd the term l in e e

hT l-but den me kinder thinks as how missa of the body on
logislative mat
ters are impugned sent you, sir, this pen, that it may, in your olvil agree with him: yet I suspect he would apply the wh
ich spring 1. m the very <1rees of misery; an, but we did not assilam
ledey-Scip'a lubbly rose." ly exercised, the orasure is made by an oflienry ther say, sir, that this is tbo happiest and proud- utood to day that hi believedthatPresident Jackson ed to the body outaketched bifbit bhn, and ex- You know wheat has peased Netween us hele"



No. 26.

I wa to blaimne, p ,'haaps- cer'tmin I ai ttit I hliis, .moso ,Il lcdd l-, ,Ina ':. blood, I. loii't C O N G R .E S S -
was rude so yo tm-i tilt ife'e~i' ti ii~iitt m was rude to yoti- but it' ever a or m tll r ed shallh sb o d Ie shed" .:
to d)e fbrgiven fbr outrage 1- 4' ,C *'e a i mr e .I
IC gowig, ltnt zvidOvel X-itl i,,4 ultplid ihalt- adi,'l on, .Fri~h~y, Ma:rch 2-51h
Grace, who had i een growing ,ti-t imn } ri-is I [ill, even ith I mit tltip itd inhaIibi- 'iu1 fil i d a rt i i t
weak with apprehension, int'rrnuptd hl.;n, )'Do i taIts, a'-ldoi contancd i so iensc a crowd as Ihrioun to dayintrod.uced a resol utioiar the
not torture tire, 1 praV ou-.0 it tell t lic the ti 0 l i t collt'-ted to witin.'s tii' tr ial oft He i ry iSa tieordering theiCom itte e ott thi e Judiehlr y to
vorat at onmec.'hBmair'. Fro iat ltostelumill tile rteconsider the exptedincy of passing a hai v fmr tie sate
I iwo r s t a t o n te t' 'Bre' h id 1 l uam'sl e i I t t I a' t t o ste1 'iuth e flt''i tutull le k c e p ini g o f til e j o u r i i o f C o n g r e s s a d i n s t it u t ina g
"Mis Suth ,'ttt rep-lied H nit- li s rle ; nlv phl t l iiu ben (u"king to theo village fi'oin all ,IS : ."' ietos oitnfo,]snio os-bc:pnlh, Iroi the pIniislii*iet oranv, who niiy iiit,-
vo Ui h a ve n ot fo rs o tt eni th ait I ica llrd l iii' o n u u i cti o z, s i.,If itu, s i ilt irOio 'rs -bua 'k ii a i i;' r epti e ipIishaie t of n w ho ama y a t t
tie afternoon of ur ftr' death--ou llv and alters crowded iit) the numerous ,agos d.f' ce, raisee oir expnge ny puart of tie same.
rentnmmber what passed ictw'eeni usinhut you whic-h lined the fences on either side olf thie forcible and cmiivincing' ram:irkis, shlowitm-ithat at
cannot conceive of the hitter dis:ppointmlien t main street. nreset ile Coutittih IexpliuiLly makes it le duty
within which 1 left your pros:nce. I hitad been 'Jilalloo, you Zcph Potter, jest wait a uninute o Coiges to keep LJournal, and yet that tlilun is
iej t ni ti m i sua tu to ry p ro v -is io n re n ud e rni m g th me ir fuilsifi ca u i n o
out upon the hills alone-1 did not feel in the and Il'1 be vo'ur company,' cried Benjamin uo statutory provision rcnderiug their falsification or
mood for returiuig home after vor unkind ,-Wheeler, a tall, luthy farmer, as 1ie tUcked a delacement penal. This he thought was ama omis-
severitVy nd wandered, I know not how, to wooden rnm-bouttlei under his arni, and hiauiled sion, and recent circumstances having killed his at-
tihe opl'jsite hill. As sItood resting on miny a tiln pail of butter and ant empty molasses jug tentiou to the subject, ihe had suggested it, and hop-
rifle, ardindul.tging in the tiitol< thoughts vonr lftomi under his wagon seat. ed that the Senate would consent to the reference
rejecti(A. hadl i'ive.i i-t to, it so happened that 'WVal, cone along tlhe, for theso 'ere dried he had proposed, as a matter of daty and necesi-
'our tthir man cousin pas.dUl without Wir-' ampies n't notne of the lightest, I can tell you,' ty
.oi'ig u tR Blair swas 1it'es g soma req est replied' Zephi niatitl, stopping short and settling Mir Beoton. opposed the resolution a s intended" t
lie hai preiu shy mamlo-th m .tophtl a (aiw t well p:iked big more firnItlv upon his shioul- interfere with his own oiln "the. expunge." Hlie hop-
piaces from in .-l was not i m a fit tetl -!O fbi' trd tr, eo'ne, hurry along, ftr I've a tarnal long ed that it would not prevail, as it was obviously in-
,oiim nmglmm au urndremainted quiet. I soon learn- list o' notions to get afluro I can go in aid see tended to forestal that which he had offered. He
ed thim't Bltir had bee asking for votr haund in thnt college chap hauled over the coals.' went on characteristically fora halfhour in this vein,
mu riage. Yosr fitther was gentle, bitt steady BenjanJin gathered his niiet'chan dise togetli- and was followed by
in his ritsal. Blair grew angry, and eI-nme or, andl tha two begau to iiavigatse their way Mr Cyton; who, as. chairman ofthe Committes
lnre and more peremptory and irlipettous in through-the noisy crowl collected bufose the on the Juficiury, repelled somee suogestions made by
his demlndil. A omu"r either looked stunr)rised and store they wished to enter. Mr Bentig, that the report of that committee would
displcasuI. At leigth Blair descended to a- 'By gracious, look at theni'arc goggles, ex- be exparte, from the nature of its constitution there
1usive epithetsand lharshi lunhguaglg'. Your fit elaiumdil Zv tiphaniah, faciing round to a mal being fouu opposition, and one administration eua-
thlier turned sorrowfully asway, andi as your who, with greci spectacles on his nose, and or upona it. He was in fiour of thie passage of th
cousin followed with fled. ui'g ients, he said. two huge iaw books under his armi, was ma- resolution, as being called fttor by the exigencies t
alond aid with somnie risperity, 'llenry Blair, king his way to the court house, t.eon ry, ud by th plu letter of te Cons-
ask her not of tie, sie is mty all; tlie sweet copy As Zephalniah stood gaping at the gren-eyedrl walker, (whlo is now a regular second of Ben-
of her inoslte'-J cannot tear her from mly lawyer some roguish weight imn the crowd phlck- tun,,:111i follovs him up as aithfully i a corporal
oTonc to l auce er in tlie bo6soni of one wlho ed at t]he bag behind, the string gave way, does hisd commandant, upon all occasions,) wtasp op.
s o commiiand over is owni i p assions.' A- and half ol'his loadl iade for itself ta speedy posed to the resolution. 'Cause vy?' I will tell you.
alii -yotr cousin broke in witi vehement ex- passage to the ground., The Constitution requires each House to keep
ostulations. His uncle shook off the youth's 'Nowy ifthat tan't too bad, exclaimed Zcphia- Journal" Very good. If the act is passed contem-
,anud from his arm, exclaiming with some niah, setting lowhis I bag and patiently stutff- p teu io reported by thi Committee on the Ju-
warmthi 'Harry, I will listen to no more- intg the strings of apples hack to their place, diciary by this resolution, thi Hlouse, ly its action
inothimg bibut death can sepaatl setite m e from mv As he was so employed, his friend Ben, who pon thiut aet will interfere with the specific consti-
chlildh,' nd as if to avoid furinther importunity lie wAis ahlvays tiupl to a joke, took his molatsses ilg ttuitnial duty ofthe Senate! That being incensttu-;
*rurried down the hill, and stepping uipoi tlat a,,t i.ail its one hand, while hue knocked Z.ep'hi'-' '.I l.... t. h_,, ,,I .. I.t,. lort. tlWremarks
,.1. u. -. -- -.-... ....:. c;" a c oi g ] 'ta1, I--E tu ives, 'll take care of'my own ihat,' crietl addiLtionil, and then
is rifle he lifted it to his shoulder, excliming, thie sutifferer, tugging to get thle refractory chapi- iMr Sihepley solemny rose and proposed to lay the
-Then by your death be it!'-and before I canu from over his great nose, which projected resolution on the table.
rouild prevent the fittal act, lie had fired. You like a wedgo between it aid his face. Mr Cailhoun demanded the ayes and noes, which
know the rest, yet I would add my belief, thiat Bent broke off short in the horse-laugh which were ordered. The gag of Mr Siepley was carried
the deed of guilt was perpietrated from tihe blind followed his manaly exploit, antl drew back with by a vote of 19 to 15. IHad the other 14 Senators
fury of the moment, and not from premeditated instinctive respect, for a young female in d cp been present and voted, it would probably have
inalice. 1 have now told you what my cvi- inoumning passed him at the moment, leaning been carried by one vote. So you see the first iruits
demce must bp before a court of justice.' on the artrn of the county sheriff. Her large of the change in the Senate.
'.taGrdd inade noi answer -or comment. She sorrowfuil eves were raised for a moment as Mr Benton was not in his place when time vote
was sitthiNg witli her elbows on her work-tablle shIe passed the boisterous aitm, as if in wonder was taken; but came in while- the yeas and nays
anld hei ftce buried in her hands. Not a sob that any thing could be merm at such a time. were being called, and marched up to thIe Secrertary's
nor a groati IAi'o0e from her lips as this proof 'It was her father the chap killed,' whisper- tale very mpously,--desired to be called, bellow-
of crime was laid before her, and shie was so ed Ben to Ihis friend, who had set his nose at ed out aye, and again went out. In the meian time,
still, that it almnom s'oemed that her. breathing liberty, and was agin shouldering his bag. tbe lion. E1ulogist of the Kitchen looked round proud-
had stopped. Site rensained thbu immovable 'Yo u don't say so-wal, I swow, I hope ly f`ar l"plne"', for having so successfully choked
mid speechless for a tinle; na if ttiified with they'll hang the varminit.' ofi thie resolution oMr Calhoun. Patriotic Mr Siep-
thle guilt of her- last earthly object of love. Weile the two fiends were making their y!
Still h]er mind was busy ; atill thie transactions way to the store, Grace Suthgate had entered As to whaut else took place in the Senate to day, I
ofthe laat few weeks flashed through it in the court house. Her thick inourninr veil know not. Disgnsted with the sight of impurity and
a cosrrptions, where hitherto every tihiag hiud been pure
quiik review. There was one holoe. Hinnman was drawn over her tface, as she took the most 'nptrdioti, l itherto every thing had ben pure
hated her cousin-Ihe might have spoken false- reniote station oi tie seat prepared for the deterriantin' to enter it no more. oand with e finef
ly. She resolved to go to the blasted pine and w witnesses, atud drew her black shawl tightly gild tseome diut a'
mark the position of the fital rock-if it was around her person, as if that could concealt her In tlhe House thi contested elel q tio has
cocealed-ifa bush or a tree, large rinouglh to fronu observation. The' room was crowded, tes dur disqssiun gin. t he propose tli nowa
hide thle form of a man, grew betw'.'en that the judges and jury had taken their places, and before them is, to recommit the whole subject to the
ind the spot where she had seen lier cousiut HIeiry Blair was at the. bar. His fice was Committee ofthe iVhole Ilonse. There is some ad-
standliung, she determined to believe i Ihis in- pile aud boreo a settled expression, as if he had ditional testimony on the Speaker's table, received
hocence : ifnot, lrer heart sickened at the al- called forth all his resolution to go through the since the discussion commenced, and this will go be-
ernative, foir theu Hiuma's story niust betrue. approaching trial ; yet occasionally, when li e fore the Commtittee, in case this proposition is accept-
Without speaking, and heedless that any one encountered the curious glances of the crowd, ed.
was present, site arose and left the house, his brow would flush crimson, his lip curl But I d' not think lthmt there are "tany two ways
Hinan isaw thie direction shse was taking' ard hitg-htily, aitd those wIho gazed shrunk front about it." The seat of ',r GrCaham must be vaca-
Sfollowed her unnoticed. She walked very the flashes of his indignant eye. WVIen Grace ted to muke way for Mr Newlnd, "whether orno,"
slowly, as ifflar'ing too early conviction. She entered, the proud composure of his look van- -and the result mavy Iea little while protracted,
p)aused a moment at the spot oftramipled grass ished, a nlist catte over the eves, and with a but still it will be thie same eventually. Such is the
where her father's body had rested, and theit half stifled groan, hlie grasped thie railing of force of party.dayise
went tilup the hill. She reached the old pite 'Jie bar with both his hands, anid letting his face The best speech made to day, pnn te subject,
and turned slowly with her face to tshe reck. fall on them,renmained till the clerk arose to ar- was by Wise. He made one ofhi best efforts. Ie
It projected out fi'om tlie fice of thie hill, anid rail'n ihim. The charge was that of wilful began by saying that these were dangerous questions
there was no tree,-no sh to osruct the murder. Grace Sutligato bent toward in pain- for polcis to settle-especially for lawyer-p.iti-
tree-utohith ohasnses he itnuer.Grac Sosigae bots ow'nrin min ~ ians, aimd huiwwr pturt/-ohlice-hohtinig-puhiticianus,
viewV-even the crevices and spots of nmoss were fill anxiety as thie indictment was read, and Iooki and lawyer paart/-olice-holditg-polilicrlcy ,w
plainly discernible. Har father had been tour- when thie clerk turned to the prisoner and de- (h nouig with a hard emphasis at Betardusley, wlo
dered. A pang camttle o r hr as if i'her heart mnided, in a. loud utnd solemn tone, 'Guilty, or hia jut ni ipecitl pleading ats ucetpt t-i"iust
had been cleft in twain hv a sharp knife. Vis- not guilty,' she threw her veil suddenly back, sedvelg that new testimoulv,'l such were apt n le -lae
ior ofhegaiowstie faltr-ndhrcosi an biassed very matceriailly Isy their party inifimiuess and
ions of t oIe gallowvs-the i alter-and ler cousin n ndi fixeh one long, piercing look on the face of el F V yre a nede n
tie murderer, for a victim, flishld through lher thie accused. IHe saw tlhant pale, anxious face be tehisc. For himlself aust hisowledged this to
Inind. Her brain reeled, anid lshe woullhl have exposed unmlediilv to tle public gaze, and cetlse. Yt i. the woul d instancet himself inst sa
fallen headlong from the emintce, haud not his eyes were unflilichiigly fixed on hers, as how there coult beutiny great rootm for co .tiality.
Jaies Iliinmtn sluag fio llhinl a igh- le bi answered inu a firm ti distitt voice, 'Not
borig tee nd cugh'he inhis rin. giltyora inentto kll. ilT~tBoth candidates had profelssed to be in fitvour of ithet
boring tree amid caigolma her ii his airius. guihy ofam ntent tll.' sune umia fir mthe next Presidency, and lho w;,s to
iHe sat dowvn oti a btare root ofthi imi nd The black veil was suddenly droppoel, and presuine that neither had changed Itis mind uoi thatl
laid her head oil his bosomu. VWhat were the those who sat near the orphan heard one long, subject, since be came to Washington. (Tiere he
thoughts swelling that bosom it beseemI us not broken sighl, and then saw tear drops, large arid looked somewhat of thie keeunest at Mr Newland,
to say. C..rtait we are that Grace Suithgate, right, glimmering beneath thie thick crape as whose "embarrassment" has ty no means as yet
the pure, and heautiful, woul never have re- they fell inu rapid sulecession to her lap. suhsided, since thle first day hlie took his saat here.)
mailed there, had strength Ieen given her to [Remainder in ourt nexl.] Mr A Vise repudiated the idea, hitherto so care-
remove froiom a pillow so polhited. But she .... .. ... fully kept tip since this discussion, that this question
heeded not her resting place, fbr she nmiight of evidence is to be discussed and settled upon legal
have been stretched upon the rack without t her .,wo DAYS LATR FROM EUROPE. BY technicalities.. Time H-ouse is not a court of justice,
knowing it, so busy was her sick mind with ri r s is ta New Yorke, Londotai tumd Havre papers bound by legal rules as to thie admission of evidence.
thoughts of guilt and death. SIhe turnedher to the 15th of Fel. have been received. Their The question is not whether GRAHAMt or NEW-
head a little and opened her meek eyes to his, `otits aire quite important. Air So-ioiosoff, vea t on that floor, butwich ue
s teywefirst Lderetary 0tote RussianeInoasaAN
as they were bent ol heer with an expression I Sec y t.o.t Rt n on, Peope elected? 'hey are not to suffer by thie laches/s
which she had never met before. 'Is there no s bee appoit edM. inist1r to Wishingto. He a, eglect of those individuals. Tie House, said
w i"v'I o ill proceed to thie Inited States froinemuEglanmd. .Air...sF, appeur to live forgotten wtisutise true
hope, no doubt, must hi die ?' It was as the I r Wrs, ppe to hav forgotten what l es e true
dove appealing to the serlitent I ea.l ll tle Eglish and French journals aire issue before thlemi.
-exctluded front the RussiaUn readingo l00vnsi..h.e o
'Grace Suth4 t.oe,' said Hirnman slowlyard ,. and I MENT. earis, Feb.13 emainainted that if evidence in this case is ob-
inpressivelyv, 'there is a way-I can save him It is now suspected at thi, Tuhris e t anh e timne t e timf e uctni ofthae House, it hitters
-earry rnu and I vil? 8"pet heaTtn e .aleriesl where th e- ,not whether it be il tine for that of the Comm-ittee.
A cold shudder crept over t I t oe poor girl o- meuopLt hus^ ue, that Princ e itmt ties ol
A coldC shudder crept orer she poor girl- Charles of Nmples arnd Miss SmuithihmveSailed for TumCommittee had decided thmt tie parties haof puo
she broke feebly from his arins and sat tip- the United States. In their flight the Prince has l d cg.th :ony teeu s nr tes purpo seof pro-t
rwnt~~~~~u Oi ieelO ( I"vudr en h an~dt,--e -,''Connor, nd d ,,g, testimony: but nottmat tmey be not peronitteo
right on thin ground. .I would go home,' she assumed the name of M.r RicharH t r Connor and t initfp The e
said, 'I would be alone.' his fair companion that of Mrs. O'Coinnor. ito w oaim tt i possible, he House can decide o not
'Promise that you will think of wliat I have A new treaty of commerce is spoken of between l d- a a. a b e h t t g
-litinall sliportllm er a she ]1111.ld an Fraces oewaitbutnaotorefusean tea s ttimn fobthe-,od" o-fe
said,' replied Hina, spporting Ier as she EglaId and Frltce. ti e.ar a and t.i'd as bat tot 'he-good of
arose anid roved away. 'The Emperor of Russia has confiscated iiore ofr otiontrytand thep House usThee-the
'I wll ,s thi Pohish estates. Positions are tai, mmd tles house must see thiouti
*tilthink-I will pray to do right, si tI""" addiscuss the case upon them.
sad, shrinking f'od his rm a d colloctin l Teres has been another battle between arsuti A to m ti u Cu .
s t e n t t.ds e n t r h ll te r C au s a i (! b a c. ... ..As ...il( ap l icJ ,ta tion of C _o u rt ru le s to th is q u es- e
sirenmignh o descendi the lill. Cu ad Aa Klr, tion, Mr WVis contended thiat Courts, especially
Iinman followed her at a distance till she hATA. RAIL-ROAD ACCIDENT. We Chancery Courts, will never allow rules to interfere)
reached the house When there, she shut. from the Lexington (Ky.) Intelligencer of the 8th witlh juste. Any judge whvo would not receive
I. .. h~ o .--.:ll ... I~.l _L -:..-_ l_-llI .relIm IJ
herself in her roorn, and kneeling with lier bi- inst. tshat a mnelancholy and fadtalaccident occurred tsemt nmmsy, thlus siututed, .must he corrupt, hue must
hls before 'her, searched diligently for such on the Lexington amd Ohio Rail-road, on the n.or.i be bri""dline. deserves hutap" eiti. l'" e oily
passages as related to capital tttepunishnent. She ing of the 16th; not fair from Frankfort. It apear- qu b i ste public vill
rad," reflected, and" prayedh, an her opinion thiat as the locomotive, with its train of passenuger No Vote s'leit to day "
was forme front this best of scores. She had and burden care, was crossing a high embankment Correupondenac of tiYe Journal of Commerce. t
to dotbt of hen cousin's guil. ShIe knew it to about two miles from Frankfort, it was, fraom soum W-sAmhteG ruro, Smtnrduy, Mltchi 216th.
I)t impossible that lie could have killed ler fa- unknown cause, thrown from thie track, aud pro. Thil Snuit did mot sit today. T'h House ol 'Rp- t
theraccidentallfy, situated as tlhe two parties cipitated to the bottom of the embankment. 'he resentutives mt twelve o'clock, took'up thu Report
were at the time of thIe mtarder. She herself sudden termination of its course and action, caused f thi Conmuittee om elections, o m thi subject of thi
saw him raise the rifle deliberately to his the passenger cars to be thrown off, amd fall on the North taroliaa Contested Electiuo, snd the qaes-
shonuher; and though her eyes had been turrn- opposite side of the embankment-which is from lion beiug on thu resolution with which thu Repntt
ed before the precise aitu was tuken, she htad 21 to 30 fi'et in height, aid so steep, that the cairs concludes, declaring that James Grahttni inot, en- s
seen the effect. What would lier evidence be foIl it uae .ta the bottom and were dashed to pie- titled to a seat in th1nis House, aild lse David ^". '
lmt a confimation of """in.a ?-aind of thle es.--Iu thuis fearful concession, but onem passen- humd is entitled to a seat ii this l-ause Mr Gramham
truth of hts Statement she .mad alrost get i t of fifteens escaped unhurt. One person withdrew his motion to amend the resolution, and i
proof, for how could he ht'e kitown tlhat Blair ay others so severely n- his college, Mr Bencher, offered a series of pro- t
liad aske f linr tl her fathme, as lau eensi agreon l jl'ure itto ocetsu1 their m a aas' time mf- positions all coming to. thie conclusion that, certain t
upodns the 'iornpgo oft tat fta]l ah, nidess"tlau d.oves votes being rejected, and others received, SIr Grmu-
he had indeed heard the conversatiohe a u-s, iiana Mr Tider of Woodord coum ham, tle sittg Member, wtis duly elected, as a B
eml to have taken phlce l ctween the mle ) and c' h(ild of, u ir ','uuts. o i d D.riemb 'fNrthis lHuouse,fi'o m i thetwelfth Congressional tI
nephew.? Yet, fhlly convinced of the "erun more 6 he- stve'ely, are Arehibsald Goodue, amd District'ofNorth Carolhna. Upon this motion arose Ii
as se ws, tie oun gir fet .jstiiediu sv- .;^ o M^ debate whichcoatinued without interruption, till I
.as clhe waus, time yotnsg- guir felt jisustihied its ass'- J. 51i. !Estilh, of Muiduison Comutty' ; Airs Ihde, amid ttme liresemut hmour,-se'n '.ohm. h'ghin \'
mugthelifeofalu,,..tnteimg at, any saer'iice ir Woods, of" exttgion; "Mr J Fassith h',"m b i--mito ...ll, mn M dgtt 0
evcen though ie hlad committed tlie grievous of Patris ; "usud Mr-.Wilson, w ife of r Wilson-. of muinatioes iseiiroamt ifted ute thuilld a stuoj dcter- u
crime ofslaying a fellow mlan -her owni almost iMadiisoi,, Isnhiana.-Th- e last tree ir- s h It s "'lt md ri. i e' is m i u 'ni t
idolized parent--in a muomeemt ot insane huassionit. ly itujmed .. ad us post-c.ip"t itt time I .i.el i ... g.- ant eotersi e rt, ltoaseop s eort is making, on the
There was no mtuedliuTl ptuttisllfment; it was t' srt mll the wounded were in a fivoble c.....it;....ote s- o eve ,e on-de to adxj eer, aM any t
death or acquittal with Blair; aud Gace mai likely to recover. Thie accident occurred the rules for thues purpse to ming, at subjet t
Suthgate was one orfthose whio shuddered at abuut it o'clock in th- e m mi,"tumimuashiresshours ftr mmrd o thi duty f or 'omuda et e other Ie
ti sagi.r cr, for,, burnlfehclistetan a etLei.o order of tue day for Modnda next, and every other A
testal uontiuiedniary corfi' lawmu imwuile wlithosieheryiS tme trui hud heft Leximigtoni. day till it is settled; but they have bean rejected hy tl

l~t~s pnishblu-phey aains th Mus ll,;l "' decided majo,'ities The yeas and nays have been
hIaiwrs puishit laemsy 'j iste t1il SOOxrRORL 'r. The Baltinoro Patri-tlen hlfadozen tiesnd, in sort, every eis
wvith impri,30Omt Telit a ,i, .i" t. S" ; "that o'l-"Wenesdayinastoa. eve'yon watss "
t uanouue ineul out.ot 0 states tliat on WVednesday last a person was ar- mas been resorted to without. success, to prnventl w
Legishlators-ve who make ia conmmnon spec- rested in that city a it thi prompting of the UI. S. the question from being taken to night Mr r.-. i t
a l'rC!slet V Oil U e ll e '"-i"t concerned ill burm- 01Kentucky, lhas the floor, and, c he intervals. F*
tu cle of hust larmi sutlitni- mutt, h atideuingi the IseCart's r.uts mar1s-, o h "er ehoiaat
of tile puihlic tltierebv-rfrer us not to the scrip-ryb l t' rdings turee years ago. Tdiii b between tote motions, and ( dhe call time f ter.u..ae
etgtrfed ''ir tinge Ti nt' w ht0 coat i s a, su this miiI f t
ture for justic..itio' of your euel denadl o ~Crme w s, it is iuded, instigated y persons w iho. c. slips i ai few paragraphs of his speech.
blood tr t lood. Have ,ot tles e saemscril o'-s sng nntted frurmds on tie Pension office, re. Eight o'clock.-The Ilouse Ihas just refuseId to
said, he who bhlasphenieli agtinsitit sle Lord rte ti tn eat expdmdent to eutroy the evidence of adjourn, ycmas 74, nays 101,--which is a sufltientCt
sa htht ttir e 'ie priso e r pussel sthreutim huli- ev-id eases rtu f it er minatisirmtith ieIaos to sim omit
shall be punished with death ? Is not tli a 't .-, 1 ] ,' P .'.' '" B~lti- evidence of a d-terninutioa oF thi thr>u to it out 1
plaih n as the law sgaiunst ntmirder, a l ltvti yc -lmorea ou "ridau-, in chargege ofMerritt, polie uticer thel (Iutistioa ,--mud tlsie final- vote giving iMr Ne.winid
anot refit sed it downui by hUnmli hI-asl.tyio ul'l ts 'iy't,1 a mi BMiney, of Philaudellhia It k his seat, will I li. Crnied by al.anut tli th am rne vote.
trNat' ii therh ai sintte. divine aw winlich iye t it t m uls itit' uothlerhargre'stsh laitve ere this heeii made on Mr (Graves is g0it,,g ou witll his sph.'ech, and, some' Io
Nourty, is tere ofjstice rdivlr ti tI hi tter" usaty. theu oamor.'iOi Vo ermont, and wet'ru i sy, will spelk two lomrs longer;; for,, whrenvefir he o
yo i' i'ucotses utsfti -usdI, almn.e ftri it wu ill |),!akc a tautCliot I,

' td adjourn, which, within. the ye.-.as an l nnys upon it .-.. .. ..
will consume twenty mniifus. Iif tl ,niinority; S A L E MA :
should deter itie to speak ;tg;iiis.t tiuii till twelve
o'clock, the HIlouse will then tie. forced to ,,tlnmm. T'iLHUlRSDAY, MiARCII 31, 18:,36.
without getting thie qucstin, or ncro:tibli umi tle' _
S Sabtbatl ; the later ,lo whichim a ernatlive will undoumlt- it..'; .!,11h, t I,,-.-hd, i...p.-'o- rtil ,"s m.iit.ai.,
S e d l y ti .! t ia k e n t hn a w a i n ll' u en c-ai, I n l r ih, i l h V i ,, in, ;
'' T he N o rth C ire lina D eltg-a tio n tow 30Ilo i.S t o f i thre hatllri'l Ir l rh hle rr t iarl c;- 'ir- ct- l ; ,draw,
seven opposition nu- tibhers, ;and six ja clkso i V an il l- gd I'I, r l g l t y, a nd ]
i ron members. I' Mr Newland ohtainsthe seat now
h held by ir Grahaml, the case will be reversed,- ii"'hg O W nll WHS.
t and the vote of the State, i n case the election of Pres-
ident or Vice President should devolve upon the FORI PRESIDENT OF 'r THE U STATES,
House, would bee given to.the VanB'uren amd Jack- D AN IEL W EBST E R,
s on ticlet.L WEBSTER
e The Churleston papers of Moniday, 21st ihst. FRAN[XCS GRANGER,
contain accounts from St Auustine to tile 12lth. r NEW YORnK.
The mounted regiment of South-Carolina Militia .
arrived in that city oni the 9th. TT O ICR
Letters froui St. Augustine state, that. a, member STATE OFFICERS.
Sof the Irish volunteerss, named Keiiedy, and two FOR GOVERNOR,
e members of Capt. Doucin's Compauny, named D W A RD E V E E T T.
Winter anid Bas'field, forming a part of a detach-
iment of 20, who had been sent outv procure fuel,. FOR .LT. GOVEtRNOR,
e had been fired upot by time Indians, within 250 G E O R G E U L L
Yards of tlie camp, which resulted in their death..
e Two of them were scalped, and the third had, in ... -.. ..... -
Srunining away, nine balls discharged at him. The CITY CHARTER. Thlie act "To establislih the
Indians are said to have formed a p~arty of fifty City of Salem," has been distributed amongst o'ur
.stromi, aimi to be in considerable numbers in tIme C o ae i i d m t
Snighiorhood of Msutito. citizens in an ofliciaul shape. The principal altera-
Gen. Scott had gone to Black Creek, whence lie tions from the original draft, which we notice on ;u
proceeded immediately to Fort Drane, iNith the hasty perusal, are the following: 1st, Instead of
SGeorgia volunteers and the Regulars under Major electing and appointing t he.- ri'ons Boards of City
d Yates,
S There was a party of Indians near Picoluta, a Officers, subordinate officers, &c. at the close ol
Company was sent to drive them away, whiichl they the Term iof the City Council, the act now requires
a did-they camei upon them, but not before the In- -tlhat these officers shall be chosen "as soon after
- dians had thitie to secure themselves from much Ste orgiaizatiot of the Couneil as may be conve-
Sdamage, by a retreat. They however killed one i By te act, ,
a negro and wounded several Indians, but did not nient.- 2, By t ie act, as finally passed,,the power
- succeed in taking a prisoner, of the City Council in regard to property is thus.
""'-T- TE Wvirw B.. '""", '-,.- ....nmodified : The Council shall have authority "tt
s AND POWVELa. Tle force whichvweii'lT"-t, i', ,'.,-.,,,, .', 1, be legalllvlet or sold,, ex.
relief of G6in G a(ines, under thIe command of Gen.i .' a a -- -...
e Cic6,1 consisted of four companies of mounted r' personal, inl thie name and' for the use of thi
volunteers from Alchuia county, oe company fioti city, whenever its interests, or convenience nmay, ir
S loimiltoit county, the Riehmond Bltues, about sev- their judgment, req iire it."
Sent friendly Indians and some regulars, in all he lrest divsim ofte tow ito four ard
i about seven hundred men. Verbal report states division ofte town no forward
Sttit the Indians, are getting short of lead. wIill he- retained until next year, when the city will
With this force Gen. Clinch went to the reliefof be divided into six wards. Six Commont Council
Gin. Gaines. Tme iighut before his ar ival, Oseolai mitn aret to be chosen in each ward this year-four
(Powell) sent a negro to the camp ofGen. Gaiis', iii eachm ward hereafter.
requesting an interview, and promising to stop ec war hree
Killing white inen if lie would stop killing Indiumns. In addition to the persons heretofore named ias
This p.topostion was agreed to, and Oseola was ucadidates for Mayvor, thie Landmatrk and Advertis-
told.to.coime mtext. dy with a whlte. floa, they er of vesterdatyhave iven icltthei lnes of GIOr.GE
would have. aI talk with him.. The next day, in PEAOfBO Y IN a. i ua. GO E
company with another chief ; he aemine to tiithaiIn E.I' ]-- IANIlERLAIw, DAVID
about one hundred yards of tlhe fort, waved hiis Pi'UT-AM, and PERLEY PUTNAM, Esqrs. In
white flag aroaud three times, and saut downI upi- regard to one of tile eCandidates heretofore, namined,
oi a lo.g. Three ollhccri Irom the camp went the Boston Daily Adv riser and Pottri m nikes the
to meet tho;t.fn. yOiA r
(jseolt iifioried them tliait Gen. Clinch was on flig .iust remark :-"\e observe that Mr
his way to join them withI a large number of horse- SA.LTO.'rSTA-,L is named as a candidate for the
meoi. He expressed hiis willingness that hostilities office of Mtayor. Any city night be proud of such
cease, and to give up his arms. Thei officers re- mi r its chie mgis'te, ie has all the
quired himn to sigm articles of agreement, hy ich l l ts chf g e has l th
tie bound lml''nslf to proceed iimiediatehy to Ta en- cries' intelle._-ncie, activity, purity of intentions,
pa Bay, and there embark fot tile Mississippi, and weight of character, which fit him in an emi-
Some say that Oseola objected to this imode oft re- nent degree for the office"
mIoving, aniid wished to go by laud. Other's that
lie would not promise to go at all, but wisshed to
live the other side of the Withlticoochee, and to RECIPEt-to get pufled in the newspapers.-
hamve thatt br the bmnndtr'ar linem betwleem hte and Set up a little seven-by-nine votirself-emiploy
thie whites. 1Their discussion was interrupted by vour 1rother-im-law to print it-if he is in his teens
the arrivald of GeC. Clinch. During the emirsne ofit,
Oseola inquired how they were oiff for provisois so niteht the better-hlie will be more likely to do
They told hitumi, thev had plenty. lie said'hle knew exactly as you want himn to. If you do not in such
they hud not, and ilihev wouil conm over the riv- a case get "ost outrageously pulled, then t"hultan
or, hte wvouihul give shenttwo-hceves and a bottle of nate"' ins notou' ',i li nti .'

brandy. n t t 18 O llalnan nater."
As Gen. Clinch approached, tie frif'indly Indians,
discovering the hostile Indians about three hundred Ca1i.ne ESTOitrwN l'owN METING. The
yard.i firnt thc' camp of Gen. Gaines, raised a WVhigs carried all their town officers in Charles-
whoop, whic i titus immedditely lohhtwed by one t outolnl iuonda-, tby taout 100 majority. For the
'ronl the hostile Indians. The men iimmiesiately
ormietl mand fired u phatoon: The Indians fled antid hst two years, tile Radicals have succeeded. For
were -closely pursued. A rummnner then came County Treasurer, Keyes had 319; Prescott 93.
fromi Gen. Gaims. orderingg thet to stop, nd ini- lThis vote mnlkes the electioniof Keyes certain by
formed then that Oseola was treating with thom. over 500 nmjority.
At first those in pursuit could not }ho restrained ;uul
lut time cry of"'Treaty," "TrIeaty," soon checked
then. GCn. Clinch then formnmed'a d proceeded to Ship SURATT, 346 tons burthen, built on the
tilh"e catimi.1 Merrimac in 1834 of white oak, salted oni tlhe
.lIe1 l'ollowving; extract ofia letter, written after i i *. ,
Thme lloiting extrat of a letter, written ti' t stocks, heavily copper fahstened, and coppered about
their arrival, conta iu s on inter esting purticulars: 1 Cmonthls since, sails fast, has a full inventory,
lHEADn f.AR' 'rEaS, CAM'P IZARD, FLO ID &c. a ld by auction -
0m thie ,Vithlacoochie March 8, at night. & Ci ws sold by act" iont Eoatat,. wl Tuesday,
"We arrived at this post oa the evening 01o the fur -21,150, 4 tumd 6 iniutls,
6th and band Generaml Gaines's army int a state of
starvationm, eating horses, dogs, &c.; less than a gill SUPREME COURT.-BOSTON.
of corn was issued fir at day'srations. Webrought Ou Ahmn-ay mrningJoiti Trmy was put on
but ai small quantity of provisions with us, and I til fr t '"he"llee trder of his ife. "racv is
believe there atire but a few men in our camp whio tt risolllan, his wife anrEuglishwoif. Tahey
are not hungry at this time. W e found plenty fresh w rem ai inst N ovahs swife tin English aofau. They
Indian signs two miles above' this on the river, and were nrtid ii Novat Scotia, the 14th'day of Mua ,
1533. At thin time nof her death, they "had ones
some of its wanted to pursue it, but the General di- child, fourteen tlonths old. They lived in the
reacted otherwise. They have liad General Gaines, i t s of Te ad i
completely surrounded ibor several days previous to house tt the corer of Moon street and Sun Court
"" y "" g ."e d y efoe treet, opposite Rev. IMr Taylor's church. The
our arrival; they had fought him all the day before strt, "Ppoitt Rev. ir Taylor's church. Thu
itout mc execute o ither side. house fronts ont MoAot street, and has a wilg exten-
without much execution oil either side. ding back front that half of the firout part fuarthest
Hearing the attack of Geun. Clinch, thie officers, f'og ul Coniat street; leaving between this wi frthestg
in conversation with Oseola, advised him to retire and the last nmned street, ai btack yard. romn this
into te hiamnockl, while they went to the camp t site i am stgp.ret af imp ad i om thbick-
On reaching thIe camp, Genii. Clinch found its in- ymsr'd, t teurrow flight of steps leads up ou the back-
mates in gre at distress. They were literally in a side of the rt put ofn tme hionse no a latf6rm on:e
thue aslde of the wiling. Frotin this phuatfutrnut out about
state of starvation. Thbey hadikilled and eaten svt- six es fron the top oft thie stirs a dor ope ut in-
eral horses and dogs. One soldier, having stolen m tl t -thu her of thi i 'ig.Ths is th chamber
ldog and killed it, sold one of- the quarters for five to.the dhanmder of the whig. This is the chamber
loilurs. For this act of ste'ling killing% or selling occupied bv Triy and his wife. Thie yard is eu-
d ol a r F r h- a c 'o s e a i n k i l i _e c l .o se d o0 S tlln C o u r t s tr e e t b yv ia fe n c e s u ffi c ie n tly
or all together, Ile received a severe flogg-in. lsei o scr nut peisourt street ad i fn ce suficie utly
One mnai gave six dollars for a piece of horses' ngh toi screen t person standing im the yard, but
entrauls, about a feoat long. Five dollars were given i ut hro igh as ti encel, opens inwarat the ooyard
tor t biscuit, and thie same for a quart of corin.- f ga'e st-i'tis felue, ohes iadati the iontoma
IVe forbear to mention many other aucts shiowin sf te stairs. A iodel of' the house and yard was
whvlat himuiger will compel one to do, which are reu- pIrodtuced i court.
ated of thise patriotic miuie, thus surrounded and The witnesses were removed out of court, and
sulrering in a savage wilderness. Yet there was a brought in as they were required to testify.
perlect subol'rdsination, and every man was promptt I'ill'inm S. hotnian-Testified that" he wuas
n t the discharluge of I*s d i ily. f The Alachua vohmu- pissing y thie house thro ugh Sn i Court street a-
tecrs cheerfully distributed their biscuits and corn, lhout half past I o'clock, on Thursday the lllth
reserving none or themselves. It was affecting to day of Febrnary, and heard a muai and woman in
witness the greediness and thaiwfuhlesst'ithi which altercation. Looked ull and saw Tracy and his wife
they received a whole or a half biscuit from their standing ion toie philtfirl. She wus leaning on the
leliverersn,. chinue of a barrel, and lie had hold of her and was
The evening of thie day oi which their interview trying apparently, to get sominethliug wiich she had
was interrupted by the arrival of General Clinlch, im her bosont. She said "'Johin let mie alone,;" but
)seola sent word to Gen. Gaines, that if lie 'wold aut length seemed- to grant his request, and they
cnd awauy the horsemen (Alaclhmua militia) they eut uito tle house, Ias kliOnvwt prisoner at ye ta'r
would come and surrender their armins. We know, or two.
tot whether from suspicion or otherwise, the lhqrsoe- E1li4eiT. 7' Sbcckney-Oecenpiod the front cliham-
snem were not sent away: After waitimngthree days her thiatm makes thie cnornr of thie two streets. In
o hear more of Osealla, and not ihavting provisions thIe back side of hlier chamber there is a window o-
o remain lounger,. Gon. Gamines returned to Fort ver thie top of a light of stairs. Oi the eleventh
Drane, at ywhiclih place Oseola was to meet him, of February, about two o'clock, she heard the cry
monday or Tuesday last. After reaching this fort, of murder. A moment after her little boy wiho
he transferred thie command to General Clinch, and was lelming out of thIe window over the top of tIhe
Ieft for New-Orleanis by thIe wayof Tallahassee.- stairs called to liher; "Mau, this mnui is knocking his
Durinugsome of tlhe eingagements, he received a wife down stairs." Shie went immediately to the
wound ; the ball passing through his hat knocked window, and saw the wife laying in her back on
uit two of his teeth, but its force being nearly tile ground, aat the bottom of the stairs and against
pent, it did him no farther injury. tmhe gate. Tracy was in the act of junpiim g f'ont0
This move ent (if Osola, in requesting i i- t lower step on ts th otly of his ife e
'rview, wIen General Gainesh lad been entirely' struck with both feet upon herstomnach, amd caught
mrrouitded by his fnoloe vrs for several dauuys, is in- Nith his handles (i tthe top of thle gate, claim
xplicablte, and seems sto'hae taken a ll by surprize., with ; iat oth, ''lie there." '
rhetlhr itir was n artifice devised om hearing of C/nries P. Gouadon t-h epsmin William coc th's
ne approach of a rneiunforcement, to give tii trene l to p rv e, a'nderev. I ayo ht's imeeti ig
take ta safe retreat, or a stratuageauemp ns thi afte th "lad se tweino auft
itroducing five hundred Indtians, within the breast- slo nFieo, opo sirtetIn' y uithheadauay ome rumfhm th'
work, under tle pretence of surrendering their ut' 'rmm y lthe hnd ry o murer fro
rmmus he iutmui sl o itulu nl tttckuvilmhi ~ thus house oppousite, uin(]l i mmedhiately after, lmtcrd
rns, lie intended to make atl attack with ihs main h reayl ''rae al ,t', linta i crie sauidSt timgate. 'Tie
Cores, and, taking aSdvantage ofathe confusion, t o Omue asedu lta sinae gutter' gte. liedc
iMssacrc the 1, whole before General Clinch could cry ot mumurwlero s im f'maie tuice. Called to a
reinlder theimi any assistance ; or, as lie says, lie is meei it-luau v from thei c im thinscelar, mud th" rss ta
h 'allt tired ,t murdering white mei.ting omtaross tme I
aafello arasointer p' d it a ,roa. nstred to h ie tard gate ; tried ,to ophtie ntheigatiti
hidents as errivalm yertaniea tistaticipated c, "dl opltu is' hi ly Itwo or three inches, us thereI
ro decide fo e8011i m i u o 'i l olstruclion w ithin; in n short limt e their
suicide. .. ... ... g' ale ope ul d and then hue found nlt oisject omi tIme
Mr Geno. Hlichs, rlwilu at work ou tniu' w'l:1u ship ground; Travy and wins were standigiti ear sm'lse
Louisa, at Lyni, oui Saturday last, fell into thie arms gate; asked whiat was mhle iattr' Mrla. 'itickncy r
ma fellow workman, and expired without usgroa. answered 6'o11 the im dow, tlhatt hII knocked Iis t
lis diltalli taa uocasioned ti a u l m lkii-N-tee mh' timo |]urmt. wiilo min stutit : lini i'be ull t'n asked Titra(cv ithv loh i'








tke was very obvious. It waus straight ahead-
ie course upon which shte had entered, in support
& the candidate she lihad nnmed. It was the course
& lionpr-the only course of honor. The course,
& inlcrpst-of independence. The way of safety
-thle only way left to her. What! after we have
ade a nomination! the nomination of such a cal-
date! After we have done it before the country,
ud before the world, shall we abandon him! or.
insent that he abandon uits! Because other State"
fuse to follow, shall we, like cowards, turn back!
specially, shall we abandon the Massaclihusetts
candidate after tlhe attack which Ihas been made
>on him in tihe Congress of the Uinited State"!-
o, never. Where is thie man that would not
either see the State holding on her way, alone,
sn see her' drawn into thlI whirlpool, and plung-
'g down thie Norwegianm MiAistiom of Van Buren

knocked liher down; lie r plied, I did it because "i
was drunk; would nut you knock down your wife'
if she was drank ?
I'Villianm .oc7'e-lleard the cry of murder, and
confirmed the last witness.
The woimnin lived till 10tO o'clock Friday night, a-
;)0ot thirty-two hours from thle time of her hurt. She
comnipilained all the tine of extreme pain about the
stomach. A physician was sent for at the request-
of Tracy. 'I lihe witnesses all agreed that Tracy
was iniito.xicated on T'iursday, and it seems probable
that the wife was also. iBe this as it may, J'fichwl
Reed testified that about 1 o'cl'k on that day she was,
at his boarding ho use and he asked her to drink with
him; site drank a gill of rumn; hlie had a pint; hlie had
"got it for the use of thle family."
On Saturday at 3 o'clock in thle afternoon, anl
inquest- wa held. Dr. T"hamas H. Thomipson was
present and made a post mortem examination.
He testified there were no external marks of vi-
olence. The abdomeir was very much swollen.-
In the duodenum, three or four inches from the
stomach, there was a rupture an inch in length.-
The adjoining parts were much inflamed. There
were no other morbid appearances. A rupture of"
the duodenumn would necessarily produce a speedy
and violent inflammation. A rupture ofthe duoden-
um is always fatal. He had no doubt the.-rupture,.
in this instance, was the cause of death. A fall
down stairs would- not- be likely to produce such a
rupture, but a jump,by a person, upon the stomach,.
might probably produce it A rupture, and tihe
consequent inlaninmation,wou!d necessarily produce.
extreme pain.
Dr. Jonathan S. Warren confirmed the opin-
ions expressed by Dr. Thompson. lie was not
present at the examination of the body.
Several witnesses for the defence testified that
the deceased told- them she fell down stairs,-tlhat'
the stairs were then covered with ice,-and that
the second stair from thle top was broken so as to
make it difficult to gain a foothold. I
The Court were occupied till seven o'clock in.
the evening taking the evidence. At the opening
of- the Court on Tuesday morning, Jonathan Chap-
man, Esq. commeneced an able and ingenious argu-
ment, in defence of the prisoner. He was follow-
ed by the Attorney General, for the prosecution.-,
The Chief Justice charged at considerable length,
...,;,h Cip pclearness. The case was given to the
jury at half past two. The Court Room was filled
throughout wvith-ef;rer sn. ,,.-,,liv oft'tin Iili.
T.he prisoner was calin and collected. He is ap-
parently about forty years of age.
At half past four, the jury came in with a verdict
of Guilty of Manslaughter.-Daily Jldvertiser.

ic"' The Eoslon Atlas furnishes the following
sketch of the Speech delivered by HIon ISAAC C.
BATES, of Northampton, at thle Whig Legislative
Convention,.held by adjournment last Thursday
evening :-
Mr BATES said-His own views and feelings
were in exact accordance with the resolutions
which had just been read. He thought it might be-
taken for granted,-if any thing could be taken for
granted in these upheaving, disjointing times,-
that the institutions of the Commonwealth are safe,
anid the elections next Autumn will show it to be.
so. There are occasions, however, when it be-
comes unwise to pretermit a possible effort; when.
all minor considerations ought to be merged and
all barriers overleaped, in and for the common
cause; acting upon thile maxim, that the safety of
the people is the supreme 'law. He approved of-
the resolutions confirming the nomination of the
Governor and I.ieut. Governor.
But lie thought the honor of the Commonwealth,
more involved,-more conspicuously, if not more
deeply,-in the next Presidential election than in
our State elections. The nomination of Mr Web-
ster, formally made by our predecessors, met at
the time, so far as he knew, with the entire appro-
bation of thle Whigs of Massachusetts. lie had
not the ho'-ior ofan agency in the transaction, hut
lie heartily concurred in that which was done; aindj
lie had not known a moment since, in which lie
had regretted it. It was an honor due to that gen-
tlemian, whether his qualifications for the station be,
considered, or his services in the Whig cause. lie
would not attempt to mnagnify the one or the other.
Ie could add nothing to their just renown; and it
was consolatory and cheering to reflect, that it had
not proved to be so easy to detract from it. as seems
to have been hinagined'. True it is hlie lihas fotiuglit
no battles; but his field of conflict has been one of,
true glory, in defence of the rights, the interests,
thle constitution and the liberties of his country.
Withal, it may be added, that from humble ori,.
gin and lnimble occupation he has, by his own,
strength, passed through all the spheres of society
to the exalted station lie now honors, and- to the.
rank, in the order'of, intellectual beings, lie now
holds, unequalled in this country, and, so far a&
lie knew, unsurpassed in any other. And he'had'
pleasure in stating it, because this progression had'
given him acquaintance with all classes of men,
sympathies with all, and, there were gentlemen
present who would feel the force of the remark
when hlie added, qualified him to fie useful to all;
Hie embodies, especially and emphatically, our.
principles upon all questions of a national character,
and hlie has illustrated them by his acts. Politicians
iside-offlce-seekers and office-holders-specula.-'
tors upon the chances in the market of political
stock-jobbing, if the question could have been put
o the solid mass of the good sense of the American
people, in his opinion, the nomination cf Mr Web-
ster would be sustained by a majority of votes.
Contrary, however, to expectations; contrary to
sound' policy; in disrear o f the claims of Mr
WVebster, if not in forgetffilness'- of his services, ho
ias been abandoned hitherto by other States. He!
No-not he-Massachusetls has been abandoned'.
Be it so-he for one, as a citizen of Massachusetts.'
was content shie should take her way alone. He liked'
lie solitary grandeur of the position into which sihe
tadl been thrown. Ile would not exchange it', at
his moment, for the position of' any' other State int
he Union. He had rather fiail with Daniel Web--
tor for a candidate, ttan succeed with any one of'
hie other candidates. Defeat, in the one case,
,'ill bring with it to the Coniionwealth more of-
moor, than victory in time other.
When the favorite son of the West was pit itt
oiiiinattio, at tile last election, Massachusetts did
ot wrap herself in the gestures of local selfishness
-shIe did not reader a reluctant, cold, tardy sup-
ort. NoT-she geae her harmer to the winds at
nee, and went promptly, boldly, aud joyously in-
o the conflict, willing to hazard aid abide the is-
uie; and lie, whom she tow delights to honor, led4
iu way hi tleat advance. But, sai^l Mr B. I scrnt
o complain. It does not h'veomte us. What not.
lo be done, is the question for thle people of'
[assachtsetts to settle.
Mr B. said lie was never partial to any oblique,
lovnenteits, either to the right or left. lie was,
at tacticia enough to comp rehend all the evolt-
nts of the times, bit lie liad ever liked the sis-"
hicity and suhbliitv too, of the DIRECT VOt-
'ARD MiARCt. Atnd he was happy to see gen-.
emei present-generals, under whose tactics lh
td, in former tintes, been drilled-who were as.
irtial to it as lie was-who could not be made, at
mP. command of ally stipeudiary sergeant, or by
te example of an-y political fugler, to turn short
rrners, or left about face-who were not easy
md stple enough to yield to such appliances.
Inl his view tlie course Masac ahusetts ooclht to.



piolitic, ih gullphied and loat! Who will consont to' zZTEA.71-BOA T MAIL. -'- -- -_ is 3ise telts.
ee her used as a mere thing of conveniencee hi, v W\Ve received last evening the N. (' .l- N 0 TI IC 1 .
political trf.kers-thrown into the scales of) pr- Advertiser of Tuesday evening. 'The oy ii of the Inhabitant the &E r-
S i .t..o ., ie i alicee, or gkve a prepoiiderairce, as mrationr of any importance co-tani.ed in it, is mgi %t MEETING of thie Inhahitants o0 tIhe I).
r1iall shot are used fromti a apothliecarvy' counter! accounts of the proceedings. e the idose o.t re- Towt of SALEM, will I hed at te
'%,o so du hlae her hurled about by tlie hand of resentatives at \Vashington, on Siaturday night, on Town Hall, on MONDAY, April 4th, at 10 o'- Ap i S. P IHIPPS & C o.
a jugger, like a waxen ball to swell tie precarious the North Carolina contested election case. It clock, A. ML. for thie following purposes, viz. tra ,. ,iECFiv A ,
stipend of hi vault tuiblilig ,attache and to .:, o l the most disorderlS .and tunultUoUs Moderator to preside at the CS l C A iill
tile grc; attuseitent, nothing worse, ol the rest sittings ever known in Congress. T, e majority It, Tuo choose a Moderator to preside at tire 70 cases o. .Lac Iad lU ci a sli n
of the world For one he had rather she should. were determined not to adjourn initil thev had de- neeting. Gou d a, LIa NrEN &c.c i prig a very exten-
Ihe blotted front the nmap of the States -while her proved Air Graham of his seartnam f t. ;.houglh ie ha d To e i th votos, n te question f e USLrtn .-iD L EN GOODSd, viz:
name is intarnis.hed, undihouored. \Vhat mlan produced fresh evidence to prove that ihe had it t Le latu r assed Cases o wrouI. .VD LLanV GOODS.tusiCap
in Massachusetts who values Whig principles can rightflly--but the minority bravely contested o- adopting an Act of te Legislature passedCases Collars, Fisit rs tan rd Pelerusin Ces
turn from Webster himself to the undefineid shad- ery inch. of ground, and finally compelled the ban- March 22d, establishing the CITY OF SALEMI. Do do do do Lace o,
ow of Webster Who that ever had- any Whig ditti who rule in the House to give way, and an ctm Wr and loom sewed Cam ic n ings
principles, can turn from him to either of the other adjournment was carried at half past 4 o'clock on l er order of the Selectmen. WmruaiEtsand loomging sewed; Cmbie nsertings an
candidates What good to the State can possibly Sunday i.J-..i-i;' JOS. CLOUTMAN, ToYn Clerk. 4-4 and 0.4 Jaconet Cambric Nansook and Mul
come of such a course Say you-the offices On iinoi..,n ..f Mr Howard, the 'further consider- Mnarch 28 A 0 A 0. A .Muslins;
What are they to the inss of the people Our ation of the subject was postponed till Monday, at Parisienne and Swiss Muslins ;
State interest !-Where was Mr Van Buren when one o'clock, and Tuesday at 12, if not by tl at tEGRE AT BA RGAINS Bishops and Long Lawns ;
they were put in jeopardy ? I-e was adversary- time disposed of. LinGn Cambric Ildls; Linen Cambrics ;
ceue thih then outh al st themand bagamis, t MASOCIATION". A Lecture -O GOODS .IIT COX IT. Imitation Linen Cambrics,'& Im. L. C. Hdkfs;
coelleagued with the South against them and against
rus. In the event of an election by Congress, stand- MECHANIC ASSOCIATION. ALecture HE subscribers, having taken the Store late- Jaconet Cravats; Birds-eye Diaper ;
ing upon Whig principles and adhering to the wlhi be delivered at the Mechanic Hail, This I y occupied by Mr ISAAc It FathNrmnAM, Fie an od extra suBier d lens-
Whi cause, our dleation will give such an ex- Evening, at 7 oclk, by Rev. Dr. EMERSON. N 228, Esex street, respectfully inform ti e citi- 5-4 and 10.4 Damask "Tfble Cloths, wh & brown
pression to the voice of Massachusetts as the exi- March 31. zens of Salem and its vicinity, that they will sell Linea Damask Napkins;
agency uiay then require. It is not necessary that A,., ..--- ---- .- their STOCK OF. DRY GOO.DS AT COST, Plain Lace ; Satin figured large andl small cl.ock-
our candidlato should be made President ; but it is 1 1ARR :I ED. consisting in part of the following articles, viz: ed Cambrics ;
necessary that we maintain our own consistency, At Beverly, Mr John V. Davis, of Boston, to Miss EaOad(cIothls, aSSiielCOS, S- l- ilee and hair cord Camnbries ;in
our own character and honor. Elizabeth L. Lee, of Beverly. tinetts, Flannels, Calicoes, Patches, Brown and
Massachusetts has a character to maintain. If At Beverly Farms, on Thursday evening, by Rev Bleached Cotons, Cambrics, Muslins, Lces, aud black double nd sFringle Foundations
here, among ourselves, we estimate it highly, it. Mr Gilbert, Mr Win. West Eldredge, to Miss Mary Edgings, Bishop Lawns, Merino Shawls, Fancy LACE q a.QOODS.
will be deemed an excusable vanity, if vanity it be. Elizabeth Obear. Sewing Silk Hdltfs and Shawls; Ribbons ; Plain, Css of Thrend Edin and Inering
Wrong as she lhas been, South Carolina stands At Lynn, on Sunday last, by Rev. Mr Bonney, Plaid and figured Silks; Hosiery and Gleves.- CaGimpThread do nseido;g
next. Virginia has nothing left of her glorious day Gustavus. Atwill, Esq. to Miss Almira Mudge. Also, many other articles too numerous to men- Factory Ed ings; Dutch Laced ;
but the twilight. Passing over the other States, t o.n, and cor.prisinff ra complete assornmient 4 4 and 6-4 Bobbin; Dot Lace
he asked, what are some of those near to us? DIED. Th- -Ao S l"-OAABLE GOOr S.4 tl Black Bobbinet Lace ;
What but small change,-no-he begged pardon- In th town, Benj. Fra in, so of Mr Bejain e above Goods are offered for sale to close Blahk Laceo veils ;
not sinall'change--ingots--golden ingrots-andn, aed 3 years. te coracer. t ca44 figured B e nd Bolbiet Lace;
much the worse,--used by tteir politicians-the Purchasers are respectfully iinvited to call andBi 4 o4 figured Blotdehand Bohuidoet Lace
clmc this sworse,-rused byo their polideticias-t id Mr George Smith, aged 54. c e mle Burbbmet and Blonde Quiltlings
collectors, marshalls, post masters, deputies, et id A son ofMr Benj. gallsaged I year. D.xamine & J. F. W EELOC Grecian Nlts and Quillinrgs;
omne genus-to purchase and pay for the offices Miss Mary Eustis, aged 39. [Funeral this after- Sale, Marh 4 tf Worsted, ilk and Thread Blonde. Etdgiung.
they hold He did not wish to see Massachusetts ls t3o'clocku, ro her mother's residence in ALSO FOR SALE,
iunhled to such degradation. lEssex street l ia o S o lsMag, iz- 1 1( C.aS. cs Briti h, B'eilCh and
He concluded therefore, that the omly course for Essex street.
He concludedtts therefore, sustainthe only corse for COMMUNICATION. OR MARH, 1836. CoN r;TS :-The Lite Amnerican Goods, consisting of Prints, Ginghams
assachusetts was to sustain the omirstpon she i- Mr William Shaw, whosedeath has been announ- J' Boat, a Parable ; Sketch of Bethel epera- Shirtisgq, Sheetings, Cloths, Cassimeres, Satti
had minade.-Her position involved its responsibili-cd, was anindustrious vortyman-beloved tya tions at Savannah ; Communion of Seramen, No netts, Summer St's, Siilka,BMnibiies., Merin
ties ; but if he knew tie people of tie co on- largecirocle of acquaintance and the fam iy circle to 2; Important Legal Decision ; The Sailor be- Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, &c
.wealth they were equal to the emergency, and which he belonged.He was a kind an etion- come aMissionary First Voyage of el oston, Mrch 31 episw
will triumnphantly sustain Massachusetts and her wich h belonged as a ind and afetion-oy o r Boston, reh31
candidates, Webster and tMassae Cohustittios and her ate husband, and father-a dutiful son-and belov- Flag. Naval Journal. The Cabin Boy's Lockee h oods.
and idate S, Wprenster a ndy the Laws.titution, as a brother. Poetry, etc ete Just received by Eex t CASES, cosistig of colored and ba
"h wtrmm n hesmdpnara: 31 11aENRY W IiPPLE, 225 E.ssex at CASES, co listing nf uoloredi arid bIlik
."h s t mnu bobaozines; Linen Hldkfsq; do Cnimbtic

On Monday, in the Senate, Mr Flint, from the se-
lect committee on so much of the Governor's ad-
dress as relates to capital punishment, made a tde-
tailed report thereon, concluding that it is inexpedi-.
enut to legislate on the subject. The report was laid
on the table and 3000 copies thereof ordered to be
[Mr Flint's report is said to be a most able and
conclusive answer to the arguments in Mr Rantoul's
Mr Flint, from thlie same committee, to whom was
referred the bill from the House, "to abolish capital
punishment in certain cases," reported that said bill
ought not to pass; and said bill was ordered toa 2d
The bill to increase the capital stock of the Low-
ell Rail Road Corporation, passed to be engrossed.
Mr Parker's amendment, which was adopted last
week, was nullified by the adoption of an amend-
ment proposed by Mr Sturgis.
House-Ordered, That Messrs Kinsman of Bos-
ton, Caldwell of Ipswich, and Whitney of Deerfield,
be a committee to consider the expediency of offer-
ing some suitable token of respect, on the part of this
Legislature, to the commanders of the Navy, who
are natives of this State, for their distinguished ser-
vices during the late war. Sent'up for concurrence.
[In Senate read and concurred, and Messrs Fair-
banks and Parker were joined.]
The bill to encourage thie culture of silk, passed
to be engrossed.
The Report giving a quietus to several propositions
for Constitution tinkering, was accepted.
On Tuesday, in the Senate, the bill from the
House, in aid of the Western Rail Road, was read,
and committed to Messrs Hudson, Chapin and Fair-
House-The bill in aid of the Western Rail Road
Corporation, after discussion, passed to he engross-
pd-only three members voting in the npgative-and
.was sent to the Senate for concurrence. [This bill
authorizes the Treasurer of the Commonwealth to
subscribe for 10,000 shares af the stock, or one
million of dollars, which will increase the stock of
the corporation to three millions, a auto believed to
be adequate to complete the work.]
Bills passed to be engrossed:-To establish the
following Banks, viz : Attleboro', Lowell City, East
Bridg,-water, Essex in Andover, Farmers' and Me-
chanics', Haverhill, Manufacturers' in Rowley, Me-
chanics' in South Boston, Neponset, North American
in Salem, Powow River, Quincy Stone, Randolph,
Southbridge, and Village in Danvers.]
The bill to increase the capital of the Naumkeag
Bank passed to be enacted.
.fternoon-The-House went into committee of
-the whole to consider the Ten Million Bank bill-
. Mr Whittemore, of Cambridge, in the chair.
The Atlas says-Mr Foster, of Brimfield, advoca-
ted the bill. He alluded to the horror of corpora-
tions entertained by the gentleman from Gloucester.
It reminded him of a man lie had heard of who
'would go miles out of his way to kick a sheep; the
.gentleman was equally ready to go out of his way
uto kick a corporation-and if it happened to be a
bank, he enjoyed the entertainment so much the
moore. The gentleman from Marblehead had spok-
en of the chains that these corporations were forging,
and had complained of feeling their weight about
his neck. Mr. F. thought that the gentleman was
only troubled by his collar.
..I T Simmons of Roxbury spoke at length in fita-
,vor of the bill. He said that the bank is wanted
to supply the vacancy occasioned by the withdraw-
atl of the funds of the U. S. Bank, and to bring spe-
eie'into the state. The growing enterprise and
'trade of the Commonwealth require it. Self-de-
3fence demands it. While the other states are in-
creasing their banking capital, we must increase
pur own, that our mercantile establishments may
.pot become mere forwarding houses to the iner-
chants of other sections.-With regard to tihe wants
of the community,-we have the testimony of 5000
.vitnesses-men of business in the city and country
-.bank-directors, merchants, mechanics, manaufac-
turrerg, middling interest men, from 40 different
towns. He then examined at length, tlie argut-
ients of Mr Rantoul and Mr Robinson, against the
;bank. Their objections he answered, very fully
anid very satisfactorily.
The committee rose, reported progress, and ask-
ed leave to sit again.
Wednesday, March 30.
In the House, the debate on the Ten Million
,-Bank was resume. Mr Park, of Boston, made a
..very able speech in favor fif the rill. Mr Rock-
i.vell (Speaker) moved an amendment reducing the
..capital from ten to five millions, and two-fifths inn-
stead of one half to be subscribed for by the State.
Mr Rantoul followed in opposition to the bill and
-the amendment, and continued to speak till the
.adjournment without concluding.

At Market, 440 Beef Cattle, 50 pairs Working
-Oxen, 12 Cows and Calves, 240 Sheep, and 50
Swine. 50 Beef Cattle unsold.
BEEF CATTLE. Last week's prices were
-hardly suppCrted for a like quality. We noticed
a few yokes extra taken at -15s. Also, a yoke of
Atwo very fine, fed by Col. Asa Stebbins, of Deer-
-field, sold on tile lihoof, probably ati a higher price.
We quote first qinuitv at 39. L' -12s 6d1; asucoil tjo
tit 33s a 36s; thlirdi do 28s a 32s.
WVORKING OXEN. Sules' were mnnile at .$51
-to $11i0.
Cows AND CALVES. StIles were noticed at
$19 to $35.
SHEEP. Lots were taken at 28s 6d to 48s.
SwINE. One lot of 30 sold at 7 for Sows and
8 for Barrows. Sc.vera;l lots more were wanted nit
ibe Sane ,p rice. At retail, S fir Sows and 9 for

Will flourish when they sleep in dust."

1836. rises sets rises sea
31 Thursday.... 5 45 6 25 5 26 11 1
1 Friday......... 5 43 6 26 6 20 11 40
2 Saturday..... 5 42 6 27 7 34 -morn
3 Sunday ....... 5 40 6 28 S 52 0 1G
Full Moon, 1st day, 51. 22m. A.


MONDALY, March 28.-Arr schr Emeline, Gould,
from Baltimore, with flour and corn to E. Secconib.
WEDNESDAY-, March SO.-Arr schr Elizabeth,
Knight, from Belfast.
Sailed, brig Fair American, Willis, Pernainbucp..

Arr at Boston, 27th, brig Smyrna, Perry, from N.
Orleans, 4th inst.
Sailed, ship Gen. Cabot, Williams, Sumatra, &c;
barque United States, Webb, E. Indies.
28th-Arr barque Valhalla, Stevens, from N. Or-
leans, 4th, SW Pass, 5th inst. 15th, off Cape Flor-
ida, passed' brig Billow, Brown, from Neuvitas for
Also, brig Levant, (of Lynn) Caldwell, from Cape
Town, Jan 31. Passenger, Mrs Caldwell.
Cleared. brig Hamilton, Paine, Gibraltar, &e.
29th-Arr ship Caspian, Patten, from Charleston.
Also, brig John Hancqck, Brown, from Aguadilla,
PR, 9th st. s.
Also, schr Cordelia, Card, from Salem.
Cleared, ship Paugus, Moody, Mobile; brigs Gep.
Ryan, (Isaiah Woodbury, of Salem) Batavia and
Canton; Emit, Curtis, Mansanilla.
The crew taken out of the Hemy Clay, whp had
refused to do duty, have been set at liberty, and S
have returned on board: the other four being ring-
leaders, were refused, although they wished to re-
30th-Arr Sicilian brig Maria del Carmine, Cqpm-
pane, from Castania, (Sicily) Jan 4, Gibraltar, 28th.
Alo, brig Eagle, Whitney, from Trinidad, Cuba,
9th inst.
Sailed from Providence, 27th, brig Splendid, M'-
Kenzie, Sedgwick.
Arr at dlewport, 24th, schr Science, Swett, from
Marblehead for New York.
Sailed from Xew-Haven, 26th, schr Vesper, Free-
man, Norfolk.
Arr at .New-York, 27th, ship Francois 1, Castoff,,
from Havre arid Plymouth; Feb 18.
Also, brig Ceres, (of Salem) Winn, from Buenos
Ayres, Jan 6.
Also, schr M'Donough, Nickerson, from Glouces-
Cleared 26th, barque Mary Ballard, Wainwright,
28th-Arr barque Marblehead, Barstow, from
Buenos Ayris, Jan 29. Left ship Fanny, Frazier,
for New -York, uncer; Hewes, Marshall, do 30 days;
brigs Plant, Perkins, (from Cape de Vierds) for Bos-
ton, ready; Creole, Benjamin, for Rio Janeiro, do.
Sailed 23d, brig Delta, Francis, Havana.
Also, brig Corsair, Byram, from St Jago, Cuba,
llfh inst. Left brigs Angola, Winsor, for Trieste,
next day; Carrier, Brown, Boston, ld'g; illswyprth,
Adams, disch'g; Leander, Richardson, une; Effort,
Copelqnd, do. Sailed, brigs Violet, Ames Europo.
Also, schr Echo, Caswell, from Marblehead.
Cleared, barqpe (late brig) Neptune, Ward, of
Salem, Bahia, &c.
Arr at Philadelphia, 27th, sclir Hannah Rebecca,
Hallet, 8 days frpm Salem.
28thl-Arr schr Delta, Norwood, from Gloucester.
Arr at Baltimore, 25th, barque Poncher, Foster,
from Trinidad, Cuba, 6th inst. l.ft brigs Sarah
Williams, Ellis, from Boston, arr 4th; Eagle, Whit-
ney, for do load'g. Sailed 2d, brig Gov. Winslow,
Willcomb, New Orleans.
Sailed, schr St. Cipud, Blanchard, Salem.
Arr at Richmognd, 27th, brig Jps. Caskip, Youpg,
45 days frgm Hiqyre.
Aar at Charleston, 21st, ship Newport, Eldridge,
40 days from Rio Janeiro.
Also, ship Vandalia, Sprague, from Havre.
Arr at Savannah, 20th, brig Adriatic, Rogers,
from Boston.
Adv., at VNew-Orleans, 9th, brig Marine, Davis,

The Rome, Jenks, from Canton, was at Manilla,
Nov 11.
The Sachem, Meacom, for Bencoolen and Batip-
via, sailed from Padang, latter part of Nov.
The Hanover, Leach, fm Providence, une; Globe,
Foulke, for Sourabaya, to repair and load; Mary, Fur-
her, for New York, 16, and Diantha, Davis, for Bos-
ton, 20 days, were at Batavia, Dec S. Sailed prove.
BQ tqo, Wheatland, for Sincapore.
The Plymouth, Gibson, uncer. was at the Isle of
France, Dec 27." '
The Telumah, Barstow, from Mobile, was off Liv-
erpool, 13th ult.
The Perdannet, Ingersoll, for New Orleans, and
Tuscany, Prince, for Newport, Wales, sailed fiom
Havre, 18th ult.
T.he Toucan, Ilamlin, 63 days from Boston, waas
at Montevideo, Jan 5.
The Canton, Stevenson, waiting ft., and States-
man., Mansfield, do. were at Rio Janeiro, Feb S.
Theo Champiqn IlHersey, from Boston, arr 13th,
and Thorn, Bar'nicpat, for db 15 or 20 days, were iai
Pernambuco, Feb 17.
The Leader, Graves, for Boston, 7 days, was ati
Poi' au Prince, 5th inst.
The V.esp!rsian, Winsor, for Cronstadt, sailed lfi
Matanzas, prey. -to 14th inst.
Manrli 14, la 20 53, long 68, brig Clinton, C(li.
from Wilmington, NC. for St Thoms .

House to i.Let.
ONE HALF of a large and
convenient Brick Double House
in in Pickmani street, containing 7
-- rooms, a Ki telon, WVish and
-trait'ing Roomrns, Aqueduct anb,.ye'
and below stairs, Pump, and a large Garden well
stocked with Froit Trees and Grape Vines. Eus-
session given in May. Enquire at
JOHN M. IVES, Bookstosre
March 31
.- otice.
A SPECIAL meeting unf the Pioprietora of
tlrh SALEM LYCEUM, will be holden In
the Lyceum nll, on tihe everiing of'Fridav.. April
S. at saevron o'clock, for thie purpose of eoisideiing
the propriety of altering the tine of holding the
A m. ual .11eting of said Cororation.
By order i.f tle) Board ofl Man gers.
lar 31 President of the Salem Ihyceiumi
Moilhhc'r)* N.agazine,
fOR Marchi 183G.just received iby
March 31 HENRy ,I -11I'P"E
Chail Cibles.
CI1AIN CABLES, 3-4 inch. with the Ain-
chors for the same, foi sale by
Mar 31 T P PJNGREE, Union Wi'hai'
l'inumikcag llBank.
M HfE Stockhtoldh'rs ol the Naunikeng Bank,
are hereby notifiadi to meet at the Bank
Room on WEDNESDAY tile 13Sh ofApnl next,
iat 10 o'clocek A M. Totakei. into con-ideration
tile Act for increase. g thein Capitai Stock, whie/i
has been passed at lie present sessln Of file Lo-
gislature. By order
a QSEHl'- G. SPRAGUE, Cishli r
March 31
Public JZVotice,
P ROPOSALS will be re-.eived by thIe isub-
scribers, for building nout one ihunred and
ten rids ofIoad, lying in It e .Eastern p{art o;'
Wenham Further particulars may be known ont
application to tihe subscribers. Peisons desirous
of contracting, will sond in their proposal o or
balore the 10th of A pril next.
JACOB DODGE, ) Commiltep
Wenhanm, March 21 *

R RQWELL, induced by the request (if a
large number of Ihs friends, will give a-
nuther FANCY BALL, at Concert Hall, on
night before Fast.
y Ticckets, $2 00-to Le had at the Salemn
flo!e', and at Mr Moad's store, opp,,site.
N. B. The nrextevening of the School will be
on Wednesday, March 30th.
March 26


Opposite Lafayelte, 175 1 e i essex SlIret,

A VERY splendid assortment of BROAD-
CLOTHS,-- ibbed, Striped ani Plain
desirable hliade and quality.
Ai.so-A rich' variety of VESTINGS; MAE-
UM BEBlt LAS-and every article in tlie TAIL-
ORING B'1.usiness-all of which will be sold at
the lowveut Cash prices.
L (;Gentlenmen in want ofl Clothing nar respect-
fully iiivited to call. Garmnen'ts mado in .tle first
style with despachll.
toNSrANTY aS hAtr),
.r good assortnlenit o Cpsrost ut MAI: Cr.()TIlNG.
VAll I) & F'OX.
MarchI 28 3:wepis do. rs
4,l'ilad iuatutL.
1T1HE Stockliolders of the GRAND BANK
are requested to meet at tile Bank Hoom on
FRIDAY, tlre first day of April next, at 2 o'u!"ck,
'P. M. tfor the purpose of acting on a petilion pre-
sented to the Legislature for additional capital -
Also, to act on any outer business that may come
before lhcrn. Per order.
.1. SPA R lAWK, Jr. Cashier.
Marbleihead, marchrh 21, 1830
A ff ; e ( m]c ands against lihe
t. li EORGO E W. C6GQGSWE LL, or
lBever l,' will mcet with imnuediate payloent, if
preseniepd to
I3yvoly, March S, 1830(i 3.w*

Lo d o N o 1
30 Hlrds Matanzas new crop Mplassaes
50 Bag 0.d Sumnatra COFFEE
30 Casks Raisins (tjoring's' Irand
bO Drums Sultana Raisins-
s'rnr alie by
Marcl 24. Jw 5q 15I, 'rntlt S:trce l.
ANew I cif'ers. ...
A FEW Groce Superior Loco 'Foqr-Ronuan'
I':.per anud Lucifer Macliecs thle corner
a first rate convenient articlee for Cigar siiokers.
Wholesdih- and -reitail at No 198 E-sex slreot,
lmalcGih'l IVES & U'i'N.AM.

TI'fVO 'Roomis over Apiiotlhecary's shop n) S~aul
SS.lInir-one of tihern fliiiiselrd, and suitable
f(r a Conitiilng Roomn. iqi.rnqre of
iMa 3: if .' VI'lI. PIC EABODV.

IHdlis; Linen Camnbries; cold F:orences ; do
Satin Vestings ; Gentlemen's and Ladies' Black
and assorted colors Kid Gloves ; Pins, &c &c for
sale by FREEMAN COBB & CO.
71 Milk Street, Boston
iBoston, Feb 29 is6w
jiri4h Poplitia, ei.P8, gAe.
ENRY PE'TTES liasjust received, geonn
"inb Irish Poplins; blue black, jet black afdd
coloured small gured Silks; Velour de S,,ie
Slhawls, large and small sizes.

f it tltfm UOoUrts, S
A.rth&r .ci., ,
Stacy Courtis. ,. 1 mo

Marrch 3

224, \naslingon street, corner of Summer street. 'W W SERI NG O
Bostonp, Feb 4. -MW ____ GOOD--

I iENY PE ESI s receNveN. alarg AVE received by the ships Liverpool, New
ENRY PiETTES iarm just received a largo jL.j Jersey and Chatham, a great variety of
asoretiinerntof Linen Goodas f' superior qual- FASHIONABLE GOODS :
ity. The Certificates of tlhe Manufacturers, I'es- -atongr which are-
srs W o. GpIeIN & SONS and rT WATSO, are Black Blue, l via. Green, Lt and Dark Brown,
annexed, in prelu ence to any oti'her recoindienda- D ahlia, Roman Purple, Burgundy and Mulber-
i on. ry Brqadcloths.
BAI.LTLYEXA, Dec 2 1, 1835. Ribbed and Plain Cassimneros
Mr Hi:iNiY PETtKs, Do do Buckskins
Sit-WWe hnreby certify that in ex,.rcting your Indigo and Logwn,;d Kersvys
order we Ilave put up LINENS maitufarntured by Silk arid Worsted Vestings
ourselves, that they are ontlirlvy made from in eirn Finured Velvet do.
Varn, and n oeery respect sound and merchapt- White and i ove Qrliltings
able Gords. Printed do.
M hi ILLIAM GniON & SOQNS. minetts tntd ],arna Cloth, Suimmer Canl,,ts
Mr I.. n Tvr.. Crapo I'mstings Black Lastings
Sn1-- l'e 3 1 IRT INGS, LINENS and DIA- White aud trown Linen Drills
PERS, on thIne lvoi herewith, aro made express- Beaverteena and Biffdao Cloths
ly to your order, and 1 warrant tiomr i ba pure ,Icr and Commonn Furnitures
Linn, ard ol firsl rate manulaeuio. ,igo and Dark ondon Prints
You,'s respectfully, c 9-8FrTn .d o don Pn
(The originals can be seen at the Store.) Ligin and o ark Fancy Ginghad n
AL,'O-2 bslestLONDON FLANNELS, nan-- Pink Check U "
ufactur;1! tno order, and w.urianted not to shrink Blue and Ihuff Chmrnbrava "
in washing. No. '221, Wa.sin;"ton-street, 4 4 and 6-4 W )ile C anries
MAarch 5 Corner of Sulinier-stmeat, s,:.Il. 44 4and 6-4 Checked and Figured C.(inblrii-_
rs '-FLR.T ESH GOODS. ga. -nd 0-4 Jaconets Bilhop and l.oong Lawnrs
RESH GOODS. y)ite amid .liown Linens l.inen Dammask
Ub'I received and for sale by Browni Tble Covers, all sizes
Ia. VlW UKCR & WI-IEELER, Silk and Tabby Velvels Bill SSere .t
-Ao. 17, Central Street, Boston- Satin Vestings Clh6pp-s and BIantil itnat
A lrge uand vayluablb assor'iutmnt o f BRITISH, Brittania Ihiklks Imi. Caninu.C lilha,
FRENCH. INDIA & AMEtRICAN PIECE lipillnps and Crequillas Red Padding$
GOODS, counisiipljg in part ol the Canvais Pladulilns Suspenders
following articles, viz: White and'Browvn Cptlon Hose
Medium, Superfine and Extra Broadulotlls, in OD do -io n' 6o ]inbroidered
Blacks, B1ues, Brown, Green, Olive, Dalhlia, Kid Gloves Thrpead and Spuin Silk (iluves
Fancy, Drabs and Mixtues I Marshall's Thread Spool Colton .
Med um, Supoifine and Double Milled lain and Sewing Silk and Twirt Tapes
Fancy Striped and Ribbed Cassimneres Flexille and La'sring Buttonsn, &c &.
Sup erfine and .Co on Kenseys, in Drabs, -t or sale at 59, Water Street.
and iMix .6res --Boson. March 7 Imepis".s
Coitinnoll, Superfine and Saxony Satnl7ctts
Redl apil Mix,'d Paddings French iP illsts, &C,
Sill S'r.lin and other Vestings, new styles &1 h CASES French Calicoes new patterns;
-8 and 4-4 Whillite Irish Linens, in whole and half 4 cases Embroidered Capes, Collars, &c;
pieces, Damask Table Linens; Brown Linuipsi; 5 cases Rich Silks, new styles of Scarfe, Belt Ribt
Col'd and Whine Cambrics and Mluslin buns, Cravats, Shawls, Etc.
BishlopLawns Linen anid linitn i-lSfa Just received and for sale at wholesale and re:
SILK GOODS--Heavy l'ouls-de-Soie, Springg til ,'' HENRY PETTES,
culoirus ; Gros die Naples, Spring colors ; Gios Iloston, March 14 224 Washington St.
der Naples, plain and figured ; Gos do Swisse,
blue and black ; Italian and G Qrriaan Lqstriqgas oys) Mai'rbles.
and Sewin.rs; Synchaws; Sarsne'ts: Caintil4iri; Or'OLORED, Stono and White Marbles, by the
Pongees; Flag and Bandanna lldkfs U I'l Thousand, Hundred, Dozen, or retailI-at
Spilalfield, German and India Cravals March 31 JOHN M IVES',
Stocks, Suspoendes, Gloves, Hosiery, Threads,' whereass my wile {lairgaret
Buttons, Pins, ve &c.cl
uleniquinms&. o.Super Scarlet, White and Black has left my bed and board, this is to forbid all
1Murino Shawls in gu eat variety persons harboring or trusting her on mny account,
Sewing Silk, Silk MNuslins, auze, Crape and a I shall pay ao debts li ntratn.
Barage Ildkifs rWGU6TUS C. L.ac BD.L
Blown anl Bloached Shirting qaud Sheatings, of S.le'm, arclh 31l
all tlie varieties in market For S -
Shirting Stripes and Checks Drillings to 50 Cords SP,ROCE WOOD.
Tickings Bleached, Brown and cold Jeans Alo- aD OO, by the
Summer Stuffs, Fancy Goods fur Childrens cagoto arive AIppy to '
woar, &c &c. arrive 4 OVETT r CO.
1j' We are daily receiving new and additional Beverly, March 31 J '
styles of Goods, which, added to our present a -. '_ --
Stock, we trust will ena'be us at all times to oiler One Chain and Anchor,
our friends and the public as good anmi assoirtuleut, -t EARLY new, for sale by
and op as favorable terms, as canbe had in the I March 31 8 QUARLES
city Mrc 10 weopis ( os.) r Qivl
Boston,iAtrc 10 wVootis (Git. OHS.) Shoves.

0-GOODh) hus removed in the room over
-...e tihe Mercantile Bank, No 7 Cen'tral S!lreet,
-, 'i'( ros will be C,,il fo r visitors from 12 it I
o'clock P M ep tf Marlch 3,1
!tian awy
F R1O1M thie siubscrib'er, yesterday nrornitpo,
-. MOSES D0 Y, an indebted Aplurentice To
tie Carpeniter business, about 10 years ofl age.-
All persons are hiene.y forbid harboring or trust-
ing liin on my account, as I shall pay mio debts of
bisi coltracting. PHILIP STROQNG.
Ma-rblehead, March 31. *

fSch'ooner EN'ERPRlE,----
SMlsteverwill nimcolt with despatch; fir
g liFregiht or Pass.e, ,apply to,
Wliih as now landlinir lid for salo,
1400 Bushels Puime Yellow CORN,
10Q dp PATS,"
200 Bhis. 11alt. Howard st. FLOU It.
march 28
i)(I I BAGS Fresh C(aslana Nuts
l 5. 0 11 Engflishl Walrnuts:. fi'resli and
prime. 2 ') lneff Filborts. 30b lboxes and Iall do.'
No 1 Soap. l'or : oe fasv able tei ins hy
mniacli 25 Nm)7 Dl)rby VWha;rf

"AAccordions & lBustructionRS.
Tl EN-Eiglh &. Six '.-oyed' Aecordons ; also
a brius of Lessons for the Accordio-i, by
J B Dobney Plrofe sr of tbho Accrdimn, price One
dollar. Fqr s,.le at. N o 198 IS six-sr, by
marc h1 .L S VS' PJl'TNAM

5O (h DOZ, Cast Steel and Commnuon Shovels,
5 received and for sale by
march 31 206 Essoax" street .
Boston 3d. Nails.
OSTON 3d. Nailu for sal i at'1206 Ess- x st by
nmar 31 v WMI. CHA-I'A .
Brittania Dish Covers.
FI'TTS Brlttanra Dish Covers for sale by,
iinarch 31 206 Esse'x street
Repository and Observer.
T HE biblical Repository and Quarterly Ob-
server- No XXIl-for April 1830.
'Just received by
mnatch-31 2' 2 5 Eser strut.

re your ).o 'l*A
S BvY Tile USE l 'fEli'
g HlllS most popular and efferttual remne lv finr
A Coughs, Colds, .str'irt,' Cotsn unption., I Jtli
e tiza, I'Ineoupin't 1 Co"itr, Sjiittling -'f blood, nn ur'ar il
Pulmoinar .jfectio's, is extracted entirely It.om
vegetabl sIl.bstahces, and most llighlv estemeotod
bj tli,,se wh hi iavs'.iad an opportunity of witness-
ing its toa!inmr Jropeilies. Many letters and'eei,
ltili'a. ras riim wel ltnuwn individuals, jill beh
firnci oin tlhe ie nv 1ipe t eanoh hnl-ottle--anid ihe rno-
prIrlotr ins j)ermuissirni 1tuo reler to ser"ri'a, of 'unr
inost dis.tiiiguislied citizens, wiho itav(beeruS -mii t
of obstinate tCoughs by its ,use, Iuit fic-l jun tly 4.
verse to liavt-ne Iherr inr irnes handled iil thenu -iv-
papers. iil' .l'ri.ca 50 c.nts itn botl.t'o
SuIld wiholeutlo rruid .itenn iil, by
S .. J. S. J \ I.i. n -' i
iliseux lt", Iul'umt
uJanii i aawln'is '

and will rainnin iso till th sale, which will be ps='
itive. Terms easy--cAn be examined at any .tii'
on applicatit.n to .G G NEWHALL, auct
March 31

A'L.17' TUESDAY, at 11 o'clock, a4.
. George Wlr hols' Office, Court St.
y ; 1.t. 1 .soLU,
1l shares ikNa. ; .ikLea HE.rd:
15 do Mercha.nts Bank"
2 do Andover d(
30 do Comnimercial doi
10 do Merriantile ldu
15 do, Asiatic do
20 do, Lynn Mechanics do
t do Anduver do
8g 1 10 Salem do
38 do Asiatic
12 do i.Qinmrercial Ins Cp
5 lfo le F i ,'1,. I t lri-lfe
I 11- do .t. I a I i,are
Mar 23
iExccutorPs- Sale of FuIllitiier
EDry 0ood0 &c.
ON WEDNESDAY, April 6, at 9 o'clock, atl Ih
1rijk lloise by Egsex street, recently occupied
by the late B. Vt'iri y.
tr e .1 e.v1 FUst Tr'U.i, in eni Flouhoe, vyir-So,
. 1. Bureanus. Taloes,Chliir.s,l3cils, lledstends
'e lPddlig,Ctnarjpts, Crro.key.& Glass Ware, As.
tral l.ailps, Tre Sale, Silver Plate, Travelling.
T ruii;, Kitchlen iFurtiiture, &c.
',.r, II. c-ocQK.
The remainder of it stock of' Diuv Goons.
AT 1 1- .O:'ClOCK.
A collrctiorn of M AHIN i; S ,i8.[s, some of wliie,.
are rare aind valuable. Alsia .. i itl of Gre-ia
Houe Planis.
By order of theli xeei'r,
fx G NEWIIALL,anaut:r.
March V ne No. & ADV.
BH(ilding at At action.
OnQu WEDN'')AD ,April 6, at I I o'clock, will bi
sold on tihIe prpeiisps,
Tir, two story wiootleq ,'l.i. .
S in Mar borough Street (impiroried
for many years try Sir. (Cole :ai
S I now by Mr. I. K Oliver :as t
Schoofl [House ) together with .tl
apparatus belonging to the same.
March 28. GEO. NICHOLS, anc-t.
RIeal Estate a t'%A ctiona.
To be ai.id at Auctiono, rn IDA.Y tlio 8lh diay
of April,
"Cle BiatchIelder EsK
iten-s called situat in tire Uppetr.
'i sa'ih of Bav.erly, near the Far:!;
of tlie latl.Joseph White, ad id -
joining thllat of thBe ite WVllitnn Frirnd. 'l'his.
Estate contains about 75 acres of snmie of tihe fili-
est land in the Count.y, is beautifully laid out ii;
fields and pastures, snJ. wholly fenced in wit'-i
Stone Wall, is well wktlered with Spr;igs, ant0
supplied with wood sufficient for one family Tite
Gardkins are stocked with tlhe finest Peach, Pliinr
Apritrdt,'ad Pear trees, and a variety of Grapei
and Quince ti3pshrie, and the Orchard with trii
choicest Fruit trees imported from France "' T'It
House is three-stories high, having two Parlors
facing the street on the outhli, arnd t mnbhiing ev-
pry convenreOcO. Gon.d Shead a id.Chiaise Hoise,
wyith large Barn, & ., a., a i n o l m t Lu ,, .P
soft and puie water in wells. Tln r .: i ..
recently been niptst 'j.lToroghlily retai rid at ex
pepse ' of tire most desrable situation. s in thie towvo.
Also, two Wood ri4ts in the1 Crrre. 't Woods it,
Wenhan, anr d one lit in M.-:'f.,..: .C4ve, so cat.
led, in Sai lieverly. Toaotler witlih ll .tle st.cl.
91 Calao. li; Ilemenits nd utensils no\v 1 ipuo' 6tir
The liole will lie sold witliout the least reserve.
andi a large proportion of t lie purchase money imay.
; ..... to suit thi; convenieoicoe i'
i n i ,.' i i -
1(100) Oiilars is iin-ured oil Hie Hlouse, and 40(l
dollars on thi u Bir'n, for a number ol years, al t liii
l)Danvers Minruinl Office, whiichi will lie given ii.
Saio on the premises at 9 1-2 o'clock, 4 M.
-,'V order of tin Executor.
(; G. NEWUALL, Auet'r.
Bes-r'iy, Mar 28,'Istlb. n q.
jis.oltiion of Partnership.
8 -llE Finrm liitlherto existin nlnder the titlo eo'
by mutual clrnsent !s disrIlvod this day, lAarelh 1.
All tie accounts of the filtn wi'l be' .'ji.a i 1)-b
JA'S N. A liftIL,
who will continue the11 : "
and deal in Broradalotlhs and Cassimeres rs usua.
at.llie old stand. 'so 6 Derby Suare.
On lh-ind -1i5 i'oes isupeirfinie and low p:icedi
liiriondi;r0lis, oaW various c lorl'r. 5P piocrge Cassi.
ineri s I hy tie i pie rr o tr Qrh rwina.'
'FA1rra'gemth ntr /rrf icr been mimade with a for-
cigt. Iho'se.fur rthe coitaiit s spply of WIooll/ns,4 c
The srirprnrt of t' ejcfit'tner customers is ask d.

Sopvcl.s, lHoes and Forks.
S.' d DOZ Aneripan lisoyvel, ,~tck-tstrapperl
-rid Zind pla in,
I- urdoz ldo. io. east steel,
I i do:.. Eaniri-Ii- d, t: '
'i5 d ca Csit -le-mi and cintionrt Hoes,
1) doz. d,) o Io Mainu, Forks; -~
l'' ,rp :!1 No.2 207 ..et r*,-. '

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Bosron kf .loi Jai. enft s. -e n'

SI-IEEP SKI.JNS, '-c. 6hos$se _7si t e ;i a ctiOn
in WVEI)DNESD \Y, April 6, lat 11 o'clock, A a
At the TVrechouse of Live-rmore S Kendall, 'jy T 1 I L D \ Y, at 9 o'clock, at [ltouse ina
-Quin.cy Hlall, l.ostoni- Soimrer seel, corner ,of High street,
S ORNi SHEEP SKINS r lE ricnitre i. said li ue, viz: Bureaus
4I 5 U, t>ORN ShIEP SKtNS j| Tab'r *e.le-.te;.,, Carpiets, Chairs, Crock-'
- ,S LT 25 )0 shorn .d r-ery and Glass Ware. ilcben Furniture, &c.
*2((.S' si' rl i;< ,0 do G Q NEVW-1ALL, auct'r.
30 Seal Ski.is "00 Knngarono d, Mirlhi :31. u1&e.
lio a ove were iniip,r.ied ini tlie,1nlli 'l')yir. -
5oim Sydi|tey,\N.et Sonuh \ales. '- l.52 e ft- al S E f tate.
Thle wool on tile unl trion sheep skins is o' .su e [THIlS DAY.].
i rior quality ; the skins are heavy, iand thle whi,,lu On TIIUI'SDAY, 31st inst. al' 11 o'caock. will,
invoice is iVour.tly tihe atteution ol w.ol |pullers b si,,d ,. auc ii, lthe Real Estate of Messrs,
I and leather dressers. TIhe skins will libe ready finr I'.tcK A, Rvrs, situ.,t:d on 1Derby street anri
examination on Mo day, the 3d io( April. Union '. hinil. "i-.:
Boston, Marc '31I The, naine'6 lt. on which are a,
Aoods oissr i QIt io 'ooiden Sto e 20 by 30 feet, a
1 f BAILES Whi.e (nor aOl;s "'1 lBrhi-k Store 27 oy 3"3 feet, and wood.
10 10 do Blue do, odi i'r l & oall ~ l I o; bnided Inortherly by Derbs
3 dio Salempore stiet leet 9 ltnches, easterly by.
10 do Striped Nicanees. a private wy called Wharf street 5.1l feel 6 inch-
10 cases Bleached Platillas es, nouthorly by lind of David '"ingrse. 54 feet I1
5 do Bloachel ShiirtinIgs inuhbes, westerly by Union wharf 41' feet. Also,
3 do 4 4 do vrv super. q.:tl.. tilhe t tof laid on wa-lch J. Nichols' blacksmnilt
2 do Super checked M51uli.s obip wy s'.,rnd, being 35 feet 3 inches on Union
3 do Whito Jaconet tharl, ant rtuinurig easterly to Wharf street afore-
4 do White Cotton Hose said. Sale to be ot lthe premises, wher9 coridi-
4 do Larmbswool half do 'uons will be made kovown.
5 do White Cotton Fringes Also, inmeliately stue the above, sondry arti.,
2 do do Muslin Robes, Emb'd cles o(S&tle Fs rnimure, 100 gallons of Cider Vin-
I do rdo do variegated &enb'd egar, Cirasirs, Boxes, &c.
S10 do Plate Furnitures ary d. Qot O ICOLS, neot
25 do Fancy Prints Mar8e Q0 N1CHOLS, aunl
30 do ,itoun Handkerchi,-fs a gliluliB'Id~ s- T ciaIsa t uctiOtl.
tjdo Scotch Madras do
6 do Turtcey Iaedd #o THIS AFTERNOON, at 2 1-2 o'clock,
S do Verona du ,,ill ibe sold on ifie premises,
2 dor Spring'd Lappets
3 do Scotch S trippd Worsted Caps The materials of a Wvoodde~
1 Bale Spotted Frocks Building in Old Pavedi street-anid immediately,
6 do Scarlet, Green & Bl3k Bombazelt after, at George .Yi-uhols' Ojfic., ii Court Street,
10 do 7-8 &- 44 Black Levantine ltdkfs aiquantity of WINDOWS FRAMIES. DOORS,
, 6 do Fancy Pongee do extra qual- O.UNTERS, etc taken fiom said buildinr-
ity and superior style Al Manli.l GEO. MICHOLS, urt
a0 ca ses i.Ngham Umbrell.a 1 1 -XT S.AT.RDAYit 12 o'clock, at tho V.elV
S do Silk i d- Vhf
I do Red T,ffatas, 12 yda TheoB.ig GOVERNOR ENDICOT'W
d'o, r,.,,re GOVERNOR EN DICOT
I dro Vven' s i --i d' s~li aPlpodrte,.n nces, 300 tons register,
1 do Velveteens c-il s fast, carries a very laigo ciarg, W,
Entitled to dibenture, and for sale 'by il in Salon, by Mr Briggs, fo,, trje (i.
Flt EMAN, CO BB, & CO. 'lickering Dodge, -q, of the'bst mrte'-'
No 71 ilkstrt, ria!s, copper fastened, salted n theiri stocks, an t
r __Feb 18_ epstf has been resalleld several times, is perfectly;
COUR't1I'SP' IC E IMXS & 'Coo strong,. staiticb and sound, has iecee.tly been
IDa nd D,6 ina a D Go ..s caulked, sheatihed Fnd coppered with heavy cop-
Importers and Dealers in .Dry Goods, per, is 16 years old, remarkably well fund in'
NO, 59, WATERl STREET, sails, rigging, spars, etc has three chairlLi lcabii
BOSTOJV. new within or 5 yirat,'anid par be sent to sea at
rri ,-. : .- a inali .. Sher as been rTecentlv n ,enrd,


-- Parlour Flowers. 0 O-School for Young Ladies.
SELECTED GOO OD S. A C GPPEAT variety of Caitellias, Roses, Gera-
Snin ins, Lillies, lxias, Oxtlrs's, Leachanalias, FR.h (E SPRING TE[r of thlle Shliol at MasINIC
.' o_', ,S O-- ff, /. St..Alh.nulus's, hlabi anas, Cactuas', &c &c alnOuug II HAL.. under the instruction of MR ai.
wShiiJch areR- VIMRS. DI)IVER. will commence on the J.ut ni
A PRIME ass'o Artent Prp ItIR ADCL OTlS. r Ylo Noim-te. 'eiluw Tea aud Conmod Tea A ril. Pupils can enter at any other time,if de-
SCASSI R ,'' GS c Roses, L'dy Mary, involucrnuta ,Maxma, a,&d siv sired
For sCASSle at very VaESINGs. &, &c i- er new variciies of' Geruniuirri, recently impprt- Course f Instruction, and Terms.
lor sale a very moirate prices. ed fiom England. The e;utre course embraces all the branches of
[ET Please to call at o 54, WIater Street 'fhe above, .._ 1,. ith a great variety of oth- a thiornuh English Education, together with the
-- er Grec.-hou:..: 1 i,,,, are now coming into Lalin, Greek and French Lingi'agres.
N. B.- The TAILORING BUSINESS is flower, and w,,uld make a beautiful and agreeable Fr' iristtuction in Read' in, Writing, Arithine.
continued at the above stand, under the superin-^ addition t,, the Parlour and Sitting Room. tic, Granumer, Giog upii', History, will Plain
tendiance of Mr. BEN.JAMIa Euw tAus For ale at the Book and Floral Storn'oif Needle \Wok, $5 par quarter.
S1VES & PUTNAM, For instruction in thi- above, together with the
irITTVANTED IMMEDIATELY-Six or eight Mar 2 3wis No 398 construction of Maps, Use of Globe, Natural Phi-
first rote TA!LORESSES. Apply as shbve. .Y @ 1 o, e.e Street. lisocphiy illustrated with apparatus, Natural Histo-
March 28 3w R u o, t J 1 s. ,tret 9ry, Moral Philosophy, Algebra, and any one of
Sri the above Langurages, with Drawing and Orna-
FOR SALE,, VW ICGlIN & W YM AN, menial Needle Wnk, $6 per quarter.
The Schooner WILLIAM and '-rA VE just received and offer for sale, a fine For instruction in all tihe above, together with
LOUISA, lying at GEORGE 11 assnr ment of Geometry, Logic.Intellectual Philosophy, and the
SMIT'S Wharf, 75 78-95ths tons, three Languages, $7 per quarter.
low deck, and easy draught of wa- Spring and Summer Goods, ths D., besides assisting in the general bsi-
fter,and in good order-hus been em- consisting of ness of the School, will devote particular attention
played in.the Coasting trade. For further partic- BIIOADCLOTHS-black, blue, olive, dahlia, to NEEDLE-WORK and DRAWING.
ulars enquirer as above., nd every desirable color; Application may be made at S. DRIVER & O's
Salem, March 8' CASSISMERES-plain and striped ; Shoe Sture, or at the School Room, Chase's Buil-
SPianlo F-'Oi '- lfjflg aC. A great variety of VESTINGS ; ding, Washington Street.
S. lck Salti and white Linen Shirt Bosoms ; alein, March 14 3w
.'H '! '(is sweet when Ihte moon is beaming Shirt Collars Neck Stocks ; Gloves ;
0si Star of my pathway, arise Suspendens; Fancy and plain Buttons, &c &e. elem e aCl svicm 'SchOOl.
Wheu tire Evening Star appears, Love
Witchid by the rayve ront yaodtstar o [Garmentsof every description made accord rpHE above establishment will be closed on
When I beheld tre anchefIr weight'd ing to masureriand warranted. _0LtheIst of Apr, next. The subscriber tan-
ly own, my native anhor wMarch 21 a A If ders his grateful acknowledgments to his patrons
LifMy own, my ntati, written by W M T in-- for the very generous support which he has to.
Lifg-a cantsatao, written by W aeM T wlko r ,s Seed, ,Ce. eoived. H1. K. OLIVER.
Emigrant's Song, Home and friends farewell "'7ERD'S Grass, Clover, and Red Top Seed, -
Our olnd roof TIree .m 2.-- White Beans, Marrowfat Peas, Lard, Hut- c',.'iiO [ fo'r ioamg' Lafdfie.
'mr just eighteen a'd qit rea fman ter and Cheese, Boxes Brown Havana Sugar, I N MONDAY, the eleventh day of April next,
Ive P d ce Aiagushs of Portugal'sWalte Casks Now Rice, Bags old Sumrata Coffee. Al- the subscrber will open a School for Young
Se incean's Tru of ortugalpet Ws Walz so, I ease Bengal Indigo, together with a general Ladies, at his School House in Federal street.-
e Bridem's W tz assurtnrent of Teas, Wines, and Groceries. For hi will be assisted by Miss MawrHA L. STEARNS-
he Brides Waltz sale by S. C-.AMBERIAIN & SON. an able and experienced Instructress, in the gen-
General Von Schdilte's March and Quick StMep arch 21 26, Front street. era! business of the School, and by Miss GiRAUD--
Louisville March and Quick Step Ic-THE ESSEX INSURANCE CO3l- iwho will take charge of pupils in the French lar,.
Clare De Kitchen. a popular Comic .cr,.-- PANY., gue. I nstrution will alsobe given byasut
Just received at W & S B IVES' Bookstore, TH a C PITAL STOCK of perI son in plain arid orniutal Needlewort,
J rIeivit a CAPITAL STOCK o The systemn of Instruction which will be adopted
I ar 28 No 232, Essex st aOI i0 comprises a very thorough and extensive course
O'rieatal ga&us1'auace CoISpa2.y. all of which is paid inland of ..ii,.i. Studies, together with the Greek, Lat-

notified, that an annual meeting for the choice of
N)NE DInrECrouR, will be held at the Office of'
said Company, on MONDAY, llth of April next,
ait II o'clock; A M
By order of the President and Directors.
lMar 28 N. PEIRCE, Jun Sec'ry.
LO~iAdola ~ ockelt Telescope.
S ONDON Pocket Telescopes of a strong pow-
er. Also-1 Telescopic Cane, a convenient
and useful article. Imported and for sale at the
Store of LIVES & PUTNAM,
AMar 23 198 Essex st
Pears, Appl's, PlOms ., &e.
EALTHY SCIONS, of all the best Pears,
Apples, and other Fruits, from the Nursery
of R. MANNING, Esq.
The above includes all that list of Fruits men-
tioned in the last Report of th Essex Co. Agri-
cultural Society.
Those grafts are warranted true to their names,
and will be packed and forwarded to order in such
a manner that they asa be sent to arty part of tIhe
Pri6C 50 ets per dozen, or $4 per hundred
For sale, ia any quantity, by
Maelil 28 No 198 Essex street.
Beautifiul Lonlon Geans.
T HE Book of Gems, with 53 Engravings by
as many artists of Great Britain illustrating
52 British Poets. '"A moat delightful Gomn for
the Parlour."
Finden's Beauties of Byron, witls Portrails of
the Female characters in his Poetical works-sU-
perbly bound.
Tilt's Elementary Drawing Book, In a series
ot Easy Progreamive Lesson:s for Young Begin-
The Angler's Souvenir, by many Piscatory
Chairacters, and illustrated by numerous Eugrav-
Colcoidge's Selected Poems.
Just imported and for sale by
Mar 28 198 Essex at.

ROM Bellini's Celebrated Opera La Som-
nambula, arranged for ilia Piano Forte, just
received by W & S B IVES,
Mar 28 289, Essex at.-
Retaillng' lEaIisses, Sc.
L ANDING at West's Wharf, from brig Gen-
eral Brooks,
120 hhds. St. Jago Molasses,
of superior quality for retailing.
10 bols Muscovado Sugar
80 bags St Jago Coffee
:38 bales Cuba leaf Tobacco
110 sticks Lignemvito.
/Also inn Store,
100 bush. Herds Grass Seed.
200 do Red Tbp Seed
50 do White Beans
20 bags Old Sumatra Coffee
10 boxes Brown Havana Sugar
10 casks Rice
2000 lbs. Dried Apples
10000 Havana Cigrrs. For sale by
Mar 28 No 26 Front street.
Antil-Sia'ea' c ry agazinie*.
T HE Quarterly Anti-Slavery Magazine, edit-
ed by ELIzoR WRIGHT, jr-Nos 1 and 2,
vol 1-published at $1 00 a year. Just rec'd by
Mar 8 2285, Essex st
PW' RANSACTIONS of the Essex Agricultural
_TL Society for 1834-including an address toe
tihe Society at their annual Cattle Show, Sept 30,
by Daniel P. King, Esq. for sale by
Mar 28 225, Essex st..
Christiir Lilbrary.
OS. 42, 43, 44, 45, of this valuable family
work, containing James' "Family Monitor,"
and "Christian Father's Present,"'-pubhshed
weekly, at 6 1-4 cts a number -Just received by
h',Ir 283 226, Eseex "st
Mother's Magazine, for Feb-
ruary 1836, just received by the Agent,
Mar 28 225, Essex st

O NE 9-unci'new Hemp CABLE
S One 8-inch nearly new do
Just rec'd and for sale by-
IHuIamphrey Clinker!,
LLUSTRATED by Cruikshanik
The Club-Book; by various aulheors
Rosamond, by Maria Edgeworthi
Hlerbert Wendell, a tale of the Revolutiotn
One in a Thousand. Also, a new supply of
Stories of ihe Sea, Ilionzi, and Japhet
Mar28 IVE 8- PUTNAM, 198
Illerberti %Vexdal,,
X TALE of the Rovolntion, in 2 vols. Club
Book Cruik's Illustrated Humphroy Clin-
ker, complete in one volume. At
JOHN M IVES', l193 Essex st
.Siso-a new snpply of Accurdious with books
Mar 28
1 d000b.BARRELS, Gllego Flour,
.J barrels, suitable for families, or for shipping .
March 9. 3w

900"' SMALL drums superior FIGS.
E2.1U Just received and for sale by

invested according to law, hereby give notuie,
that they continue to insure against Loss or
DAMtao to
Vessels, Preights and MIIerchandize,
not exceeding
on any one risk.
Office A'o. 170, Essex Street.
ClHS. TREAD 'NELL, President.
D. L. PROCTER, Secretary.
Salem, March 14, 1836. G Ao 01mo
Lamapblack and Corccee.
2600 Ibs AFRICAN do
Just received and for sale by
While and Blue
IXT Knitting Cotton. A fresh supply of
the above article of'the best quality, just re-
seived and for sale by

Mar 21

207, Essex street

-u-OWR sale by
200 bbis. Howard St and Richmond Flour,
50 do Genesee Flour,
80r0 Matts and 10 eases Cassia,
20 (*asks new Rice,
50 Suacks Beans,
W0O Bags old Sumatra and Java Coffee
200 Sacks superior White Sugar.
March 21.

SSENCE of' Peppermint-Colosne Water-
j Essential Oil of'Spruce-Stoughton's Elixir
-Cherry Brandy-'-Brandy Bitters-Lemon Syrup
-Bottled (idor-Spauish Cigars, &c.
Mlar 14 N'O. 304, ESSEX STREET
Hyason Tea.
50 CATTY Boxes Ilyson Tea, a prime
article lor.shipping, fur sale by
Mar 21 Head of Forrestei's Wharfr
raBi---..floa t.
"33 "i) BUSHELS, superior White Corn
3 M Y00 on board Schr. Dy las, for saleby
march 21 ForrestLr's WVharf.
(OR ..iGE.
TINCENT & BROWNE are ready to contract
for GANGS OF RIGGING, 4-c. They
have spared no expense to render their machinery
perfect of the kind, and can furnish an article e-
qual to any manufactured elsewhere.
-nc HAND--
3 BOLT ROPE 5 sizes.
2 COIAR CORDAGE from three to
five inches, suitable for Warps, and a complete
assortment of RUNNING CORDAGE &c. of
their own manutfacture.
Orders left .a HORACE SCUDDER'S CuTY
WHARF,at GEO BiBOWNE'S,No 30, 31 CotM-'
MIERCIAL STREET, Boston, or at their ROPE-
WALK, PLEASANT STREET, Salem, will receive
prompt attention. 3w law
Salem, March 7, 1836

-NFORMS his friends and the public that he
has taken a Steam Power and buildings, of
the Salem Lead company, at their works, Stage
Point, where he is prepared to receive and exe-
cute orders for Machinery of all kinds, particular-
ly Stoam Engines, of any number of Horse Pow-
er, on the most improved plans Fire Engines of
any size, largo Sorews of any pitch ofthread, for
heavy ipressin,-. Rope Makers Machinery, &c.
&c all of whish will be warranted to perform
Orders from tihe country addressed as above
will receive immediate attention.
Salem, March7. 2mep
R I'^se&R.s .FORw 8 jLE.
S valuable Fars sit-
I"' -i' m] .,ed in Ipswich, consisting of a-
'' 'i 3..t .30 acres of Mowing, Tillage,
1 ..1 J Pasturing, and about 50 acres
o! Salt Marsh. Thie Tillage land,
being about 60 acres, lays in one body around the
buildings, and is of excellent quality ; the Pastu-
ring, about 70 acres, is also very good, and re-
quires no fencing ; and the Salt Marsh lays to-
gether adjoining the upland. On the Farm is a
good two story Dwelling House, and two large
Barns, and all in good order.
Said Farm is under good improvement, but may
be made much more productive with hut little ex-
pense, as it possesses unusual facilities, for reak-
ing manure, having the salt water on one side.--
'Phis farm will be sold one .very liberal terms.-
For further particulars, application may be made
to the tenant on the promises, or to the subscri-
ber, No. 47, Pinckney Street, Bosion.
B,,ston, Feb 22 istf
CO.6L, 'c.
For sale by IVM. TREADWELL,
Marcin 14 o No. 33, Water street
20 do Old Sumatra do
15 du Green Java do
For sale by .
Feb 5 No 7,Derby Whanif
Swainm's Panacea,
I OR sale by ELIJAH PORTER Essex str'
11 oppIOSeo Barton square. July 18

i, Preach, Italian ansd Spanish Languages for
any who may wish to pursue their
The pupils will be arranged, according to their
acqunemouts, into three department, the studies
and tarms of which are as follows :
hlt Deipartmeont-Reading, WriVting, Spelling,
Arithmetic, English Grammar, Geography, tIhe
elements of Latin and French, with plain Needle.
work-e$10 per quarter.
2d Departnent-The preceding studies contin-
ued or finished, with English Composition, Histo-
ry', Natural and More I I i .- ig.,, Use of Globes,
(following Astronomy,) Drawing, A'.gebra, the
elements of Greek, and French and Latin further
advanced, together with ornamental Needlework-
$12 per quarter.
3d Department-The preceding studies contin-
ued or finished, with Book-keeping by Single Eln-
try, Geometry, Natural History, Chemistry, Bot-
any, Logic, Rhetoric, Intollectual Philosophy,
with tire Spanish and Italian Languages-$15
per quarter.
Theo moans of Instructiou in such of t'he above
studies as require to be illustrated by Apparatus,
are amuple, having been collected at very great ex-
penso. A Course of Lectures in the Fall and
Wintr 'Perms will be given to all thi3 members
of the School.
Froin the 1st of April to the Ist of October the
hours of attendance will be from 8 o'clock, A. Al.
to 1 o'clock, P M.; and from the 1st of October
to the let of April, from 9 o'clock, A. M. to 1 o'-
clock, P. Al. As, however, many parents eoff
younger pupils prefer that their children should
attend in the afternoon, the hours of attendance
for such pupils will be as follows :
From the 1st of April to the 1st of October,
from 8 o'clock to 11 1-2 o'clock, A.M. l and from 2
1 2 o'clock to 4 1-2 o'clock, P. M.; and from tihe
Ist of October to the 1st of April, from 9 o'clock,
A. M. to 12 o'clock, M. aad from 2 1-23 o'clock to
4 o'clock, P M. excepting then afternoons of Wed-
nesday and Saturday. T'he School House being
thus opened, those pupils who attend in the morn-
ing only, and who may be desirous of corning in
the afternoon to prepare their nmorninag losons,
can do so, and will be assisted by any one of the
Teachers who nmay be present.
Jan 14 H.K. OLIVER.

F' HE next regular Quarter in the above'
SSCHOOL, will commnnence on thhu first of
I'lie Course of Study includes all the branches
of a thorough English Education, with a knowl-
edge ofthft Latin, Greek, French and Spanish Lan-
Instruction is also given to such pupils as de-
sire it in Ausic, Drawing, and in plain and orna-
mental Needlework.
The accommodations for the School are of the
first order. A Library of several hundred vol-
umes, and a valuable Philosophical Apparatus,
have been procured.
Instruction is given in both the' rvale and Fe-
male Departments, by a competent number of
well qualified teachers,-thie entire services of at
least Fovu, two males and two females, being
constantly given to the School ; and no effort is
spared to merit a continuance of the patronage
with which the School lias been favored
9[:I Schlolars from abroad, especially ifyouting,
should be placed under the particular care of oneo
of the teachers, or of some responsible person.
Applications for seats, or for further informa-
tion respecting the School, may be made to
School, at Franklin Hall, Newbury street.
Residence, 81 Essex street-
Salem, Marchl 3

"gS Tit IU C WT. a,7 /UFT SI r.

ISS HUNTINGTON, proposes to give les-
sons to young Ladies ou tIhe PIANO-FORTE
iHer terms rmay be mado known on application to
her at her Mother's in Federal Street.
She is permitted to refer to
II K. OLIVE'R, and
Salem, Fnb 4, 1836.
Starecdker's CMhSlilaa Biaster.
T HIS remedy soon removes the. itching arni
hardness produced by this teasing con.
plaint. It is warranted. In all cases of old
swellings, &c where Judkins' Ointment is good,_.
this plaster is a substitute, hardly inferior in any
respect, and being :nore cleanly aud convenient,
is therefore preferable. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by
Jan. 4.--3m No. 5 Holyoke Place.
O'ew ian First Baptist Chiwrchi,
for sale.
P EW No. 98, on the floor of the First Baptisr
Chlurchi, with Cushions, Carpet, Books, &c,
will be sold at private sale, low.
Oct8 No. 6, Derby Square.

Sheet Zinc.
ECEIVED this day, One Case thin Ger
man Sheet Zinc, a superior article for cov
ering buildings, &c by
Feb 22 opposite the Market.

A two story building about 36 by
Ba 18, lately occupied by the subscrihl
er as a ha. factory. Essex street,
opp'As a C .ulis street.
Fob. 15 : sp posio themarlet.

For Sale.
THE Eastern halfofa Dwelling
wa ,House, situated in Essex Street,
U5 ol, tupposite the new Stone Church,
4i2n l9T III owned and recently occupied by
Ma,5 -M nSamuel Mansfield, For tnris aip-
ply to the owner in Lynn, or to tim subscriber in
Court Street. G t:;O. NICGOLS.
Salem, Oct 12 (Fa-,Ily.)

.To~ee. opartaiership Dissolved.
T HilE subscriber iavjner sld his Stock of Haord Trl-E l firm lieret Iore existing under thlie title of
Ware Goods to WIuLLIANI CHASE, whor ii M1Of1SE & SMl-ITH,
wiillt future conduct tl li business at tir. old is thiis da' disolved, iv m rltuil cinr ent All ac-
stand, tile former cusitoimeis ,f the subseriber nea, eunit wi!l be adj'isted uy
respeetfulfy soliciltd to contrine thmir pati'-u.agc. G. E SAlTIl
This urraingein. int w ll rti rier il uecessarvy I' 'Who will nont.n'ue to ianuu;f:it:ure, tune and
ald who have unsettled acc.iunts with the subso'i repair PIANO FORTES.I at the old strind.
ber to call and adjust the same, who at pre-en |i-. 275, Essex Street.
may be foliud at his former store. March 5th 183G.
r The sale of SPERIm OIL, CANDLES,
tinued as heretofore by
Wiffifim Il. ly hase. j. .N. PE Pii 13SV& 4" CO.
Salem, lst mo. 14th, 1836. I1r(NO. 1, CENTRAL BUILDING,S]
V~ A B' EAVE just received a new assortment of
P nTr. ll'^_ CliA X E. / I1'JLL IVI\-TLER GOODS,
7'-DIESPECTFULLY informs his friends and ('onsistin. uf' B O ADCLOTH0S, PETER-
i-., the public, that he has purchased of WM silAMSl- CA BIl 1'.ETS, CASSIMEIRES, and
H. CHASE, his entire Stock of VESTINGOS.
1fhPrd Ware G oodS, A few pieces of Buckskin and Ribb'd CASSI-
consisting of a complete assortment of articles u- MEIiRS, a orimie article for Winter Pants.
usually found in such a store, which he offers for ALSO-UteIBRELLAs, STOCKS, COLLARS, Bos-
sale at the old stand, directly opposite the mar- soirs, &c. &c. Salem Oct. 2', 1835
ket, on terms as favoisable as can be obtained else- 1 O tags
where. nle a l ow ll S ges
[gy'The patronage of the former customers of
WM. H. CHASES and the public i...il ,, is '' / -
respectfully solicited, ..-- '* -
Salem, 1st mo. I4th, 1836. ... -.- -
RUBBEl. SHOES. i .. .
SPAIRS, len's, Wonen'e, and Mis-
50 ses Rubber Shoes. For sale by NE W ARRANGEMENT
GEO. SOUTHWARD. -ONNEC1'ED with the Stages, from Lowel
ON IIAnsn-A complete assortment Gentlemen's U to the Interior of New ilarmpshire, Vermont,
first rate Calf Skin Boots and Shoes. Also, the northerly part of New York, Upper and
Men s and Boy's thick Boots, Ladies first rate Lower Canada.
Kid, Morocco, and Calf Skin Silips, and Lace LEAVE Salem at 1 o'clock P. M1. on Monday.
Shoes. Low pric'd shoes of every description. Wedne day and Friday, by Lynnfield Hotel, South
Rubber Shoes amended at short notice. Reading, SVilhiingtloi, and Tewk.U,burv to Lowell,
rg Cash paid for Old Rubber. ILwrnRNING, leave Lowell at 8 o'clock, A. 51
WANTED, as an appreri.ice to the above on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
business a lad about 14 or 15 yeas ofage. LEAVE Salem, atl6 o'clock A. M on Tuesday,
Feb 15 Thursday, and Satuiday, through Middleton and
South Andover to Lowell.
RemIv A REt'oURSINo leaves Lowell on Monday, Wed-
OCT. PEABODY, has removed into CrtA- nesday, and Friday, at the arrival of the Stages
TER STRETnr, third house from Central sir. rom the Nortb.
and continuesto operate on teeth, according I The Prourietors are notresponhsiblefor Baggage
the latest improvements. In addition to animal orih olier property setrl by e bisp n oef
teeth,lie ean furnish Mineral teeth of the best For seatsny t pler ipply st by tiLaette Coffee
quality from a single tooth to a whole set. Teeth our seats, lem, apply nd in Lwell, at the Stae Olfficee
powder and English teeth Brushes. ouse, Salre, an L elr at te e ce
povdr Enlihrain Set rein sot-

UEBoeetlenut teeth powder, just imported, and
soteenued superior to iny olher
Sale i; fug. 24, 1o35. 1 aw i0

I. i 'f RM his friends and thio public tiat iie
I clntiuie, it the old stand f 1. S. HILL
& Cu, tie manufacture ol' MACHINES1', of all
kinds, as tusu.h
Orders respetfully solicited, arid promptly ex-
ecuted w6v Feb 8
lauim-llrSace against ,''ae.
il. RANCE COMPANY, continue to receive
Proposals for Insurance on Buildings situate
within thi County-and insure on as 'fair terms
as at any other Oilice. Application may be made
to the subscriber. at his Ofi,;e in Danvers.
._'The Directors meet on the first Monday of ev-.
ery otitli, at 6 o'clock, P M
JOHN \V. PROCTOR, Secretary.
Danvers, Jan 1 Jawtf
VegeiBatMe Comipounad Iadian

U HIS Medicine is calcublted particularly for
the Rtickets, or other diseases of debility. It
renders the blood healthy and active, and gives
strength and energy to khe whole system.
Prepared by LEADEnu DAm, No 49 Hanover St.,
Boston; and sold by BENJ. F. BRO WN E, whole-
sale agent, No 1, Jeffrey Place, Salem-also by
Win. R. Hertuon, and George P. Farrington, Sa-
lem-and by Druggists generally.
sept 21, 1835 v
New-YIoa'I & Salem Comamer-
cial Lille O f lackel.


T HE following vessel will comprise tihe above
Line of Packets, oni of whnc will sail ev-
ery Saturday through thln Seaion froin each place,
and will Inlke Freight at the lowest rates.
Schooner EAGLE, J. ALI.ETT'r, Ma.ater
The above vessels are insurabie at tihe lowest
rates of Premium, commanded by experienced
masters and Pilots The public may be assured
that no exeitions will be spared by the Agents to
make this Line worthy of patronage, which is re-
spectfully solicited. All goods from the Country
wil' be stored free of expense, should the packets
not be ready to receive them. Punctuality will
he strictly observed on the days appoimntd for
sailing and no vessel allowed to lay over, except
detained by wind or weather. As this is the first
isgular sailing established line of Packets from
this port, Shippers from the Country, and in tins
phaco must be aware of the advantages they willI
receive from the regularity of their sailing. Their
regular trips will commence in April.
EiF Enquire in Salem rof JAMES DIMON, or
in New-York, of Messrs P. 1. FA RNHAM & Co.
N B. The subscribers will furnish transient
vessels for any southern port, at short notice and
on the lowest terms.
Salem, March 14, 1836. tf

Dispaich Liane of PacLets foA-
r ..," r .

The dwelling hious owned and
.,._ J.- r ...1 oin 'Essex street.
*- I ..'rhs or more particular des-
mil"a_ rc*_ ... 1.i of ithe estate apply It,
MaRchi7 DAVID CU M hlNS.

T' ECERVED the's iday one case Undrihill's
_.' Cast Steel Edge Tools, consisting or House)
uni)d Ship Carpentor', Broad Axes, Shaves, Shing-
uig Hatchets. Cooper's Axes. &c by
3d mo 8thir 206 Essex street

Strecker's Pills for Dyspepsia.
F('i-ItllE principles on wiich these Pills are com-
J. posed, are almost entirely different from any
others. If the dyspepsia was produced by taking
too much Calomnel, these pills are particularly
suited to such persons They keep the habits
regular, and after cleansing tine system, leave it
in a state requiring nothing but temperance and
care to effect an entire cute. If they affiud no
relief (after being used according to tho direct
itons) which the patient thinks worth the money,
tvill be returned on application. Price one dol-
lar per box. For Sale by W. R HORTON
Sept 28 tf No 5 Holyoke Place.
RIedflrmd a1b iaanrae CrowBa
WiEnRdow G1Bso.
r'WlHE subscriber has been appointed Agent in
.M Sa!em, for the Redford Crown Class, and
will keep constantly for sale, at the factory prices,
at his shop in Washinmton Street, all sizes of the
CROWN WINDOW'GLASS manufactured by
that company.
This glass is of superior quality; and is manu-
factured from "white.flintsat d," obtained near the
factory. It combines all tie requisntes which dis-
tinguish a perfect article, and is particularly se-
markable for its strength of enamel, beauty, and
evenness of surface, transparency, lightness ofcol-
or andn iint.nrmmon brilliancy, resembling the fin.
est description of Plate Glass It is the only crown
glass made from "flint sand" in this country, and
is capable of standing every change of climate-
nor will it lose any of its lustre by age-being
all mado of double thickness. It will be found on
comparison cheaper and stronger than foreign or
cylinder glass.
sept 15 Iv
BOOK 621%0UNG'

ipHE Subscriber still continues the BOOK
1BINDI)ING business at the Old Stand. (No 7
HOLYOKEe P cLA.cE,) where his friends and the Pub
lie, are respectfully invited to call. Books bound
in all the various Styles of Bluding, in a cheap
and durable manner, and warranted to give sat-
BlANK BOOKS made and ruled to any
pattern. All orders gratefully received and
punctually attended to by
MaNr 2. (o A i)

S. ',"TILLIAM ABBOT has removed to No
3 V 4, Chase's Building, Washingto ) Street,
where le will keep for sirle,
On hand, 10,000 pounds W'HITE LEID,
ground and dry.

'- .-u~'u -'" ALSO-
,T.T T.. ..--. -.i. &.. 2500 feet FRE..VCH lINjVDOWT GLASS, va
rious s-izes.
HE following vessels will commence running ( a'The Painting, Glazing and Papering busi
in April between this port arid PhIadolphiai ness continued as usual
and continue the season, v:zz:- sept 17 ly
Schr FRANKLIN, J. NIcIacnso, ,lMaster.
SOCRATES, S. h. NiciEnsoN, do. ew Enlabanad Rl unn &c.
(NEW) War. CtROWEi.LL, do. tj50 60 BBgs of Pepper. For sale by
Thle above named, are good vessels, and ably J B. KNIGHT,
commanded, for which a share of freight is re- March 7 No 7, Derby Whlf.
spectfully solicited. Fur particulars apply at G.enhat ubr
-H. Smithl's Whiarfof TO'ICE is lierev given, 1 Iat tie suhsnrilies
JAMES. DIMON. I'i iave been dully appointed executors of tihe
Salem, March 14, 1836. last will and testament of
REMOVAL. lato ofDanvers in the County of Essex. tanner-
deceuasid, & have taken upon themselves that It'ust
by giving bonds as treo law directs. All pe.r-
aorta sons living demands upon the estate of said
9 2' |[L.) deceased, are required to exhibit the same ; and
i --'- ~all persons indebted to said estate are called upon
to make payimnt to
Danvers, March 7, 1836. exee'r,
Suigiperior fijcergotCBent
SVillitan IRopes & Son iHOHIS SOAP is particularly recommended to
-AVE removed their STOVE and GRATE .3 Seamcen, enabling them to wash their
ESTABLISHMENT, to the LOuo clothes in salt water as effectually as if frosh were
RooM, Ma.rston Place, onf Washington and Fron used. To Painters it is useful in removing paint
sterete. and oil from their clothes, cleansing their brushes,
Aug. 24. tf. pots. &c. &c.-- To Mechanics, Blacksmiths,
Printers, and others who require to wash often, as
nTo Let, preventing thbe chopping of' their hands, ard inn
I THE STORE, opposite to the curing those disagreeable attendants on frequent
fI!, Post Office, Essex street, lately oc- abuintinsin colc, weather.- For family use, in
l:': cupied as a Dry Goods Sltote tihe cleansing of coarse woolens, washing fl Iors,
f jApply to stoves, suaIst,,ne hearths, &e. it is invaluable.
S. S. WHIIPPLE. Constantly on hand and for sale int packages,
Dee 14 tf varying frunm 25 ib, to 300 lbs by
Sni;)reh 7 WM. 1H. OfASE
Tfear Pa-tV.
.~RAITS ofthloTea lP.ity,-, beinu mem.ni r ilS.m ,13 iP ,
s. of Geo. 1R. T. flewes onmo ofu' tie last of'its (9 F Ia superior quality manufhnut-ned in Falon
survivors, &c -by a Bostonian. J_ A large supply of every size, constantly on
For salei it hand, and fou Jale upon the best Boston terms, by
11,. WIIfPPLE'S, WM. H. Ilt CIA,.,
imarclh 3J 225 Essex-Street. aseptl,9 tf Agent for thie Manufacturer

of nil the cases in which they are applicable, and
will be found useful, suffice it to say, that for
most complaints arising from Indigestion, these
Lozenges may confidently be expected to afford
permanent relief. Several instances of their effi-
cacy, in the above mentioned complaints, having
cmnr to the li owledge of thle proprietor, they are
now offerd, with full trust in their medical prop-
erties. Price fifty cents per box For sale by
Apothecery, Essex Street, Salem.
Dec 21 islawtSI
l0-' For sale in Boverlv, by WM. ENDICOTT;
Mlarbleboad, by S. B RUSSELL.
-Medico-Chiruirgical Review
T GO. G2, received by

I AVI'E, from their extraordinary success ,i
giving instant relief and in curing Coldi
Siiuohs. .'4lhimis, Difficulty of Breathing, Whee-
ing, Tirhtness oJ ithe h,'st, Pain in the oSide, Spii
ting oj Blood, ( hi/lnrss and bhiverings that pr.e-
cede Ftevers and Luong Complaints generally beo
come onef ilie m,,st popular Medicines known;
and ire sought after fri.i every part of the coun-
fry, on account of tire astonishing success which
has attended their administration in the above
complaints, frequently curing the most obstinate
cases, and giving lee most unexpected relief, af-
ter every other remedy had failed, and persons
had given themselves up in despair ofa cure !
They have been known to cure persons suppos-
ed to lie far gone in consuhuption, and exhibiting
all the appearance of approaching dissolution.
Arid such have been the salutary effects of these
Pills even in hopeless cases, as so far to mitigate
tile sufferings of the patient, as evidently to pro
long life for days and weeks, and give to it a posi-
tive comfort they never expected to enjoy. The
operation of tle Pills is wonderful in easing respi,
rateion, quieding the cough, anll procuring comfoit
able rest.
Common colds are frequently temoved in a fev\
hou rs.
['-iAlthough, (says a person speaking of these.
Pills) my wife has tried various medicines of tLh
first celebrity, for an Asthmatic difficulty, (or af-
fection eof lie uhgs) which at times was exceed-
ingly distressing, confining her to her house for.
days and weeks together, she finds nothing gives-
her trhe relief which Relfe's Asthmatic Pills do !-.
easing I-r respiration, quieting hiir cough. and.
giving her comfortable. rest." And this is the.
testimony of hundreds and thousands. The relief
which r ugd people, as well as others, experience
from the use ol these Pills, is truly astonishing,
anti renders them invaluable to many, and are in
fact to some. an essential auxiliary to their com-
fort, and almost to their existence.
[13 A Phyiciran informs the Proprieter, that a
gentleman in the country observed to him,he had
reason ro believe the rse of these Pills had been'
the means of savinrig lhis life.
Price-whole boxes. 20 Pills, ;l ; half do I
Pills, 50 cents.


OR sore or inflamed Eyes- nothing known'
gives such irnru diatei aid comfortable relief
Oi recent sore nys, the efi''(t is niost salutary.
Where the caimplaint lhus been of years'standing,
and in stine exceedingly bad cases, the most un-
espected and desirable rclie lihas ive-n found if"
tlie use ofi this E r. \ .TE ., alter every other re-
medy lied fl',ed. 'ersonts who have used it, pro-
nounce it without hesitation the best preparatioar
for these complaints they have ever met with.-
Price 25 cents a bottle.
[97'Norne are genuine unless signed T. KIDDER
on the v rapper. (sole proprietor and successor to
Dr. COKWAY) by whom they are for sale, at his
Counting Room. No. 'J, Court street, Boston-
and by his special appointment, by
Elijah Porter, }
Henry WVhipple, Salem.
J. D. Chandler,
Russell, Marblehead.
Proctor 4- Rhodes, Lynn.
Burritt, Newburyport.
WinV. Endicott, Beverly.
J.. Dexter, Essex.
Phelps, Gloucester.
Smith, Ipswich.
Abbot, Swijt. Andover.
Feb 4 [No. 2]
Do r-, ., E Pn.
A VALUABLE Medicine, lately discovered
which, if rightly applied, will be the mean
ofsnatching thousands from the jaws of death. It
has been found very efficacious in the following
diseases, viz:
UCTCronsumption, Hooping Cough, Common
Cougl, Colds, Difficult Breathing, Influenza,
Q insy, Asthma, Pithysic, Spitting of' Blood,
Flatulency, Indigestion. Looseness ol Ithe Bowels,
Fits ofeverv kind, Cramp, Rickets, Scurvy,Cho-
lie, Catarrhl, Dysentery, Faintings, Hypochon-
driac Affection, Head-ache, Sickness at Stomach,
Measles, a preventative of CONTAGIOUS Dis.
eases, Gout and Rheunmatism
To all W1hom it may concern.
We the undersigned Physicians, who have
proved the effiaecy of Dr onathan IMoore's Es-
sence ot Life, conceive it our duty to patronize
the Medicine, and are of opinion that, it general-
ly used, it will be of public utility.
Abel Duncan ; Samuel Stearns, LL D Dum-
merston ; William Town, Westminster ; C. W.
Chandler, Andover; Abraham Holland, Walpole;
Jonathan Badger, Westminster ; Nathan Stone,
New Fane; Prescott Hall, Chesteifield ; Charles
Blake, Keene.
[f-For sale, y'rolesale and retail, by
No 1 Jeffrey Place,
may 18 ly Salem

Strengthening Plaster.
A EN'iET Celebrated Stiengthening Plag-.
ater, for pain or weakness in the breast,
back or side ; also, for Rheumatic affection, Liver
complaint, and Dyspepsia This medicine is the
invention of an eminent Surgeon ; and so nume-
rous are the instances in which the most salutary
effects have been produced by it, that it is with
the utmost confidence recommended to all those
afflicted with these distressing complaints. The'
sale of thle reredy ricommtenced in fire city of New
York in 1827, and the sales there have been ex-
tensive. It uuffolds the Proprietor great pleasure
in stating, that out ol these numerous sales, scarce
an instance has occurred where relief has n-ot
been obtained in cases wlihere this medicine was
This Plaster produces no disagreeable sensa-
tions, anid may be worn without inconvenience at
all tunes Price 5f ci.its.
For sale only by .W & S B IVES,
No 232 Essex Street, corner of Court St
Feb 29 re o 3ir

IHIS article is siir' di al i o Flies and Cock,'
roaches--l'riee 12 1 2 enits a oaper.
Prepared byv L,'rlder ]lain. iNi 49, Hanover St.-
Boston; and sold by IiENJ F. BtO WNE, whole
sale agent. No I, Jefrev Place, Salern-also b1.
Wim.nR. Ilhronr and Georei P. Parrington, Salar'
-and by )i uggists generally in Essex couu
aid elsewhere. I y Sapt 21, 1835

T H E Medicine now ,fl'oed to thie public un
der thIe nameu of Peristaltic Lonzenges, or
Anti dyseptic'/ Remedy, may with little danger of
disappointments be relied upon, for the cure of
. fsnise uOost im.'... i.,_ rptrms consequent upon
D spepsia 'n '. n rJind oppression at the
stunicih, arising from debily of that organ, diz-
ziness of thle ihead, drowsiness, &c. Especially
for continued costiveness, they have been proved
inestimable, in numerous instances. As the lim-
its of an advertisement preclude thire enumeration