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Title: American traveller
Uniform Title: American traveller (Boston, Mass. 1825)
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Publisher: W. Badger & R.L. Porter
Place of Publication: Boston Mass
Creation Date: February 28, 1837
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 5, 1825)-v. 18, no. 53 (Dec. 30, 1842).
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\VOL. XiI.


AMCYVERJICA


BOSTON, MS. TUESDAY MORNiNG, FEBRUARY 28, 183
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:/.OTER. at2.Va.47 ,u'rt SL eet. Terms, 4ayea
in' n .ai; or g5 at tIhe end of the year.

S" POPULAR HOTELS.

S Jaians1ioRn jHouse,
Troy, N. Y.
Tli.' uulicriher having disposed fa I
tn im. r-et i Columbia Hall, Lebani
B. I 'i,,,- i ha. s removed to the city ol Tr
U .j n.i. ri,'cl,.ased from Dr. Huddlestonm i
extensive establishment known as Jhe MANSIC
HOUSE, froi{tilig the P'ark anpFountain, convensie
to tlle Rail Road,and decidedly the pleasantest loc
tlon inthe city. Said establishment has lately be
g'reatlyenilarged by Dr. Hudd eston,and since itsc
tupancy by the'present Proprietor, has been great
i nprov ,] .m.I i li.,-ounghly repaired, and is now one
tinl tni .'-.I Ia'i.lr I-louses oin the Hudson-altd
Tin ',aIr -i c ,-,nity possesses many attractions
genile aea of pleasure, as well.as the enterprising mia
-aure of seeing many of his numerous friends who ha,
'so liberally patronized him at his old establishment
Coblumbia H all-and re would assure them that'eve.
*exertion shi l1be made to render the MansionHou
a desirable and fashionable house for the manof bu s
1ness, partnier,or gentlenme of pleasre.
HENRY HULL.
Facilitiesfor travellingto Bhalston and Saratoga :
Rail Road, and Lebanon Springs by Stages,evee
'day. Hacks and extras to be had at all times.
april 19
S Custom iouse .Hotel,- '
Corner of Pine and Nassau Streets, New York.
JAIES IHORN,Jr. returns Ihisgratefi
thanks for the patrofiage le has receive
BBB1 B snece he-took c earge of the above estab
,I liisliment, and hopes that by strict attend
tloin to the wishes of"'his visitors, hlie may be able t
secure a continuance of their patronege.
At the Custom House Hotel Refectory may bh
"found at all times such a variety, as will gratify thi
appetites of the lovers ofgood things. .
At the bar may. be had, coffee, chocolate, sodsa
'wines, and olthierliquors, of a superior quality. Als
pastries of the best kind'. ,
The whole establishment has lately undergone th
'searchingoperation"--has been through cleatnse-
and paiUitied, aid, ivitl faithful servants and aa clos
*attention to he wants of the public, tlie proprieto
,hopes to prove that hlie is deserving of its support.
may 31

Yl[assasoft House, :
W'Valtham, Mass.
S' Te Subscriber respectfully inform
th'e public that this large and elegant
IBlBBM establishment, .8 miles from Boston, i
now open for the reception of company
and every effort will be made to give entire satisfae
tion to individuals and parties of pleasure at a me
meant's notice. .
Them hall is one of the largest in the Stale, being 81
ayy34 ft. &'can well accommodate nearly 400 pe-rsons
The larder will always be.stocked wirth the luxuries
of the city market, and the bar be well stored with
old and choice liquors from celebrated cellars.
Teamsters and drovers areinvited to the Massasoit
where th'v will meet with every attention.
feb 16 JOHN DAV1S.
Ha. over Iouise,
No. 50 Hanover Street, opposite 'lm Street.
S The above establishment lihas under-
gone a thorough repair, and is now open
for the reception of company. It ihas
been furnished with new beds and furni-
ure througliout;and will be kept under the direction
of the subscriber, late of thie Pilgrim House, Plym-
outh, who will be ever ready to attend to the wants
of all those who may favor himn withtheir patronage.
DANVILLE BRYANT.
N. B. Good Stables are attached to the House,
for the convenience of those who favor him with a
call. ep6m oct 7
Bl ack sit O io9 seo
a 2,r 5 lHanovcr Srcct.
'' The) subscribers respectfully inform
t heir friends and thie public.that they) have
I .gB leased the above named establishment, in
M i Hanover, sear Blackstonie street. and are
.now prepared for the reception of company. From
their lorg experience in the business, and tire proxim-
ity of situation to the centre of trade, they hope to.
merit as well as receive a share of the public patron-
age.
Sfl Members of the General Court can be accom-
modated with board on reasonable terms.
DANIEL XVISE,
jan 6 3m ALEXANDER McGREGOR.
iNickersO'uA BHoteI,
25 Pine Street; New York.
JOHN H. NICKERSON, late of the
City Hotel, Providence, respectfully 'in-
forms the public, travellers, and all others
hat Ie lhas taken the Establishment, No
25 Pine street, New York, late the New York Coffee
House, and will at all times be happy to serve the
public.
The Establishment is kept on the European or
English plan i-a plan that is decidedly popular, and
must soon prevail in all tlhelarge cities of thie Union.
Conndected with the Establishlment is a Private Ordi-
nary, devoted to the use of those who may not be
disposed-to dine in common a and in all things, Nick-
-erson's Hotel will be found desirable and agreeable
to 'all who may give it their support. Every luxury
that can be obtained in the New York market will be
had; and every species of wine, &c. that may be de-
manded, will be atlthie disposal of guests.
JOHN H. NICKERSON.
New York, Dec 5th. 1836. S3m dec 6
Slhaksa|pear 6e iote,
Late Harmony Hall, corner of William and Duane
Streets, New York.
STHIS new and spacious establishment
is nowv open, under the direction or the
subscriber. The bed rooms are airy and
spacious, and catn be taken with or With-
-out board. A spacious Refectory has been fitted up
ithe basement, where the best ofLiquors, and every
delicacy the market affords,will be provided. There
is a spacious Ball Room in the second story, which
,can be let to Balls and Cotillion Parties. Dinners for
Parties (whether largo or small in number) provided.
Court Martials, Relerees, &.e. &c. accommodated
with rooms at short notice. There is also a large
room admirably adapted for a Drill Room. TlIe
subscribes trusts thit his endeavors to elicpa public
house, unsurpassed in comfort, luxury, and reasona-
bleness of charges, by any in rthe city, will secure him
ample encouragement. AMOS S. ALLEN.
New York, Dec. 16,1836. Ift
IFor Sale or to Let.
The large l arge and elegant Hotel in Cam-
bridge, situated about half mile from mtle
lf Colleges, and about 3j miles from there
city of Boston, recently occupied by
.Judson Murdock.
The main building is three stories high with good
attic, 102 feet in lerugrth by 50 feet wide, within Piazza
full length, connected with another building in the
rear 66 feet by 30; embracing 57 spacious and airy
Rooms, with a large and elegant Hall. The estab-
lisnment was creacied about three years sinie, and is
snow in fine order, with extensive stables about 100
'deet by 40, counvenieut Shieds, Out Buildigs, Pure
Water, &c., wicm about 33 acres choice laud beauti-
-fully located. ThIe extensive and increasing travel
by the: premises, improvements in co temptation, its
*proximity to thie city, and thme reasonable expectation
of having free bridges to the city, renders the estab-
:ishment of great and increasing value.
Also-ithe large Mansion House,now in good order,
-with convenient Out Buildings, spacious Stable, and
also the new Store and Shop, nearly opposite tihe
Hotel. The above property, wilTh every prospect oi
-a rapid increase in v-alue, will now bo sold at bargain,
andi on easy.terms of. payment.
If not sold by the first of Auril next, it will be to
let, on a lease,,to a good tenant, at a reasonable rent.
A person well qualified to keep a first rate hotel,
would have every facility for a profitable and increas-
ing business, from thie traveller, pleasure parties from
-the city, and vicinity, and boarders.
For further paiticulars apply to CHARLES C.
LVTyLE, 39 Congress street, Bostoneor to OLIVER
HAS [INGS, or at tie Charles River Bank, Cam-
bridge lawtf A.1..is nov 2-
Office S.emoved.


D"R1. GORDAK has removed his Oflice to No 59
P Union Street, where he will attend himself, and
.give advice for using his celebrated Medicines, Every
Day, till 9 o'clock in the Evenir g.
dec 6 4mos


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P,l;h- Tzeda an Fid .bvADF.


s
Pathology i FPrevagleun
DISEASES.
"p ART TI, by Dr. WILLIAM EVANS. Having,
0 in Part 1, given an accurate and explicit descrip-
s tfon of the Pathology of two of the most fatal Gencera
I of Human Diseases, Marasmus and Diarrhce,.in all
their known varieties ; and indicated the most prob-
able and approved means of their care, Dr. War.
EVANS proceeds to infqrm'the public of the Patholo-
gy of others, which are but little understood by any
except the regular and well educated members of tire
medical profession. In thus disseminating among thel
i many, a branch ofknowledge which has hitherto been
confined to tie few, he need not repeat that le con-
,siders this information to be of vitalimportance and
inestimable value to Its fellow men. What can beof
more importance to mankind in the present life than
a knowledge of those diseases which are continually
bringing it to a close? And of what knowledge ought
F mankind to be so thoroughly possessed, as a knowi-
edge of the,maladies to which their own persons are
exposed ? The first diseases which Dr. William
EvEnss will dcscribh i, ,etii.tL]Jart.of lis Pathdol-
ogy, are some of the species of thlie Genus Limosis,
or Morbid AppetHe, which forms the fifth Genus of
thie Order Enterica, of the class Coeliaca;f and treat
of the principal diseases of the Digestive function and
Alimentary canal. Limos is Cardialgia or Cardialgy
an impaired appetite, with n gnawing or burning pain
in the stomach or epigastrium, and a tendency to
faint. This species differs from Dyspepsy, which
will be described in its proper order, although Cardi-
algy is sometimes an attendant of Dyspepsy, as it is
of a multitude of other complaints. The first symp-
tom is heartburn, a gnawing or burning uneasiness,
chiefly fell near the cardia, with a slight tendency to
failt. The second symptom is an extension of the
pain to thepit of thestomach anxiety, nausea, cold-
ness of the extremities, failure of the strength, and a
great tendency to faint. This is called Syncoptica,
or sinking hiartburn. The thiid symptom is an exten-
sion of the burning'seisation over thlie whole region
of the stomach, accompanied with'the rising of a wa-
tery fluid, usually insipid, but sometimes aerio, which
is called the water trash. The first symptom is most
common, and affects both sexes. 'In tIhe male, it is
frequently caused y the use of spirituous liquors, ob-
'structecd perspiration, depraved bile, or excessive Use
of purgative medicine. II females, by preganecy,
the use of too copious quantities ofvery warm or very
cold drinks, animal fat, butter, decayed cheese, and
sometimes by night watching and care of mind. In
children it is frequently caused by worms, and unripe
fruit. The first remedy is a good aromatic tonic, for
whilst magnesia and sona, which are commonly taken
in this case, will seldom relieve it for more than half
an hour, two or three of the .CAMOMILE PILLS,
taken in a good draught of moderately warm water,
have almost invariably accomplished a cure. Their
effect on the heartbuin of pregnancy, and of children,
is always successful. Two of these pills, taken dur-
ing the height of the symptoms, will generally relieve
their immediately, and two of the beautiful APERtI-
ENT FAMILY PILLS, taken at bedtime, will re-
move it for a considerable time, even in habits that
are most subject to it. 2., Limosis Flatus, or Flalu-
lency, impaired appetite, with ai accumulation of
wind in the stomach and intestinal canil ;'and. fre-
quent regurgitation. Great restlessness, anxiety, and
oppression, attend this disease, which has sometimes
produced not only hysterics, but suffocation. It is
frequently caused by drinking a large quantity of cold
fluid when the system is highly heated; and by eating
raw eucumbers,.radishes, sales,onions, and otler rawt
vegetables. In young infants, it arises from the ina-
hility of their tender stomachs to digest the great
quantity offood with which they are overloaded ; and
the best remedy for it is to feed them for a time on
maternal milk alone. Adult persons, of eithersex,
need only take a few of thie CAMOMILE PILLS, to
experience speedy relief. Their calminative and ar-
omatic properties alone independently of this high
tonic action would produce this effect, with certainty
and speed..
3. LIMOSIS EMESIS, or SICKNESS OF THE)
STOMACH, rejection or tendency to reject its con-
tents. IIn this malady, from whatever cause it mayr
arise, the efficacy of Dr. William Evans's Catmomile
preparations is known both far and near. To married
ladies especially, who,.at interesting periods, are all
subject to it, these pills have always prove(! a choice
and favorite acquisition. If the nature of theccirum-
stances admitted of certificates from these ladies, he
has no doubt but le could obtain many thousands in
this city alone; and, as it is, every lady who has tried
them will not hesitate to recommend them to another
in tire highest terms of approval. They are, howev-B
er, equally efficacious to all persons of any age orsex,
who may be afflicted with sickness of the stomach.-p
Since a single trial will prove this fact, it is unneccs-


with a complete loss ofmuscular power. For thie hen-
efit of those afflicted in a similar manner, Mr Gibson
conceives it meet to say, that the pains hayc'entirely
ceased, and that his joints have completely recovered
their natural tone, anud he feels able to resume his or-
dinary'busniess.
DR. WVi. EVANS, Office No 7 Division street,
where lie can be consulted at all hours.
1 MIR CHARLES ROBERT, No 122 Orange street,
N. Y. afflicted for five years with huimural habitual
Asthlma. applied at the office, No 7 Division street, on
thile 4h of November, laboring under the i.iU.:.. 1.
symptoms:-A sense of lightness across tl...i.. .:I- ,
with lie most anxious difficulty of breathing, distress-
ing cough, generally ending wilh copious expectora-
tion of viscid phlegm, disturbed rest, thie face turgid
and of'a livid hue-could no >e in a lionizontal posi-
tion without thie sensation of immediatee suffocation,'
languor, drowsiness and dizziness in his head, and loss
of appetite. '
Bir R. applied to lie most eminent'physicians'-in
liias city, likewise used several other remedies mimlhr.i
obtaining any permanent benefit, until his friends per-
suaded him to place himself under Dr. W. EVANS'
treatment. He is now received of his complain, and
called at the office yesterday, avowing that ie'lhad
not words to express Ins gratitude for the benefit lie
had received
DR. WM. EVANS, Office No 7 Division siredt,
w her li he can be consulted at all houis.
MRS MARY DILLON, '.V;l; .. ,,i,. corner of
fourth and North streets, completely restored to lie th
by the treatment of Dr. WM. EVANS,,7 Division-st.
The sy'riptoms of this distressing case were as fol-
lows :-Total loss of appetite, palpitation of the lieat,
twitching of the tendons, will a general spasmodic
affection of the muscles, difficulty of hreathing,,giddi-
ncss, languor, lassitude, great depression of spirits,
willth a fear of some impending evil, a sensation of
flittering at tlhe pit of the stomach, irregular transient
pains in difielent parts, great emaciation, wili other
symptoms of1 extreme debility.
T'I'he above case was pronounced hopeless by three
of Ihe most eminent physicians, and the dissolution of
the patient daily awaited Ior by her friends, which may
belauthentieated by the physicians who were in at-
tendance. She has given her cheerful permission no
publish the above facts, and will also gladly give anuy
other in;obra'ation respecting time benelfls she has re-
ceived, to any inquiring mind. MARY DILLON.
Sold by J. A. DICKSON, Gecneal Agent for Mlas-
sachusetts, at the Saloon and "London Importing
WVarehouse, Nos 3l&m36 1.. ...l i ,n i ,, r "
And, by appointment, by S. Rodenburgh, Stationer,
Charlcstown, lass; U. & S. B. Ives, Stationers Sa
Iem, do ; Dorr HIoward & Co. Worcester, do ; Pope
& Gccr, New Bedford, do ; Elisha Edwards, Spring.
field, do ; Francis B. lMlunro, Taunton, do; MartinI
Eddy, Bridgewater, do; HunIniwcell & Earle, Fall
River, do; Timothy Wheeler, Dedham, do ; Joseph
D. Williams, Roxbury, do; C. Whipple, Newbury-
port, do; J. R. Newhall, Lynn, do ; G.Tilden, Keene,
N. H.i C. Iowe, Dorchester. feb 17


13EET ROOT SUGAR -Edward Church, Esq. of
,Norilihapton, has recently published a pamphlet
of 50 .c. -,.,-, aet Sugar ; coninining a descrip-
.tion .r H11.: ,uii .- and preservation of the plant-
an explanation of thle process of extracting the sit-
'gar--wilh remarks o,n the origin and present state
of tle indigenous sugar mnanufactories 6f France.
The first experiments in the production of this
article, its we have stated ion a former occasion,
were made in 1811. The manufacture received
thie countenance of Napoleon, and fell, with his
fortunes, tinder the disapprobation oflthe Bourbons,
who needed all the revenues which 'could be pro-
cured from duties on importations. It was their
policy, therefore, to encourage commerce wit Il for-
eign nations in preference to domestic productions
for hIonie consumption ; but this; policy has chan-
get] wii thle progresss of events in (hat iingtiott
and the manufacture of beet sugar hias become an
important ranch of its national industry.
Last year, the amount of sugar produced, in
Franco front the culture and rnanufaciure of beots,
was 80 miillions of pounds, in about 400 manufaic-
turing establishimrnts. The beets there, in their
raw state, cost $3,20 for 2200 lbs.; from which is
obtained 132 pounds of sugar; ti which add the'
expense of Inanufacturi,,.', ili)-and we have
132 pounds of suip r at .. i.: U liu it is well as-
cerlained that the beet contains 10 per cent., o.sac-
ohari ine mailer susceplibl of erystalizatiion. Iin-
provemnents in hlie modoof extracing the sugar are
yearly made, and there can be no doubt tihatta pro-
cuss will be slir'ortly devised Ior extracting llit a.
mount, which will lessen the cost of prodiction.-
The average crop of bets to, the acre, in France,
is ahout IS tons, which at 132 pounds to the to,
would give 2300 pounds to- the acre. There are
case", however, in which 5000 pounds have been.
ranullactuied from tlre bees on a single acre:-
Mr Church is confident that as great a quality
lMay be produced from, an acre, and at as low an
expense, itn this country as in France. Twice as
much sugar can be procured fiom the land as of'
whveaI; and then the leaves make a; large qtrianitiv
of vriLuable manure, and thlie pnlp is of r-iat value
for f er in this counlrv than in Europe, r1Ir Church ineets
with the following remarks :--
"I have for sixteen vears of my life ihad much to
do with labrers in Europe, ficquently a hundred
or two laborers and tradesmen at one tinme in min
employ, and seen enough iin m iy own conltry, 1o
satislty mie tit t It is subject is m lh nisuiiderstood
by tern who have not had thei means of making
this cmniparison ; it is thie amourZr of wi'Irr prer-
fotrmed for a given sum, ard t'OT lhio price of a
dlay's labor, that we aie to consider ; and in this
view ol tihe subject there are ew undertakings in
which .I should fear competition, more pai'ricularly
where inetlur,,,nco and ingenuity can come in aid
of the task''-Worcester Republican.

Ho-rriTn-OT ELLEr, r.-Among thesee liappy, dirty
rcatlures, was one whoi by her airs and dress,t
showed that she had no meun opinion of her per-
sonal accomplishments; she was in fact the pret-
liest young Bush girl I had ever seen; but her
vanity, and too evident consciotaness of her supe-
riority, rendered her less pleasing in my eyes, andi
lier extravagance in diess, made her perhaps a less
desirable wile in the eyes of her countrymen-for
the immediate quantity of grease, red ochre, buhu,r


rribly afflicted with worms. 2. Vinegar.-This dopliotn of the new syseIu in 18'24, the dia.chnr-
refrigerent and diaphoretic, and applied oxter- ges h.nav behn 1,735, the rueonvict.ti.on 103, ox
lly, is moderatelystimulant. If an over-dooo of Iuone aul of seventeen.


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NO. 70.


RevoRlntionia'ary Widows
C LAIMtS for Pensions under the 3d Section of the
Act of Congress of 4th July, 1836.
REUBEN BALDWIN will attend to any cases of
the above description. by application to him, at the
American Traveller Office, No 47 Court-st., Boston.
He has succeeded'in 16 cases, some of which are of
large amount.
Boston, Jan. 5th, 1837. jani 6







T HE subscriber returns liis sincere thanks to tIhe
Scitizeuns of Bostonm for the liberal patronage lihe
has received from them during the hast year; hie has
now removed his office to a more.central situation;
and owing to the great number of tedth inserted by
lhim daily, he is enabled to reduce his terms.at least
50 per cent. out all operations from this date. The
averageprice for the best p-m.'.r, I.,u ielth will be, on
gold plate 83, pivot ,l to I in,. in,. eand cleaning
75 cts to 1i, and all operations arrithed for the term
of Tears. He will still continue to visit persons at
their residence and complete any operation in two
visits halfan hour each. Hlie has withinthe last a three
years instructed several Deits i ein this city iwho are
now practising with greatsuccess.
The hours of business will be from 9, A. i. to 1, P.
IM. and from 3 until 9, P. i' .
CHARLES J.-HOUP'.,
Hanover'nsireet,'oite-l.'.- r I- n ',in '..ruir 'I 'I.
N.B. A complete set oft -u .i-ir u ., i 1,, ,'-
ficate with ease for a person that has no teeth,'will be
ieadyfor inspection.in one month, and one hundtired
dollars will be paid on presentation for a better sne-
cimen of workmanship., an 17

ILL bie sold at Public Auction, on SATUR-
DAY, tIle 1st day ofApril nexi, at 3 o'clock,
P. h(unless previously sold at private J I.t i1,'.-
large amd commodious Hotel, situated in 'N.....t
a few rods from the Depot, on thie Boston and or-
cester Railroad,-also ih conjunction with the Wor-
cester rnpike, Central Tunpike, and the old Sher-
burne Road.
The house is very;pleasantly situated, 3 stories high,
.containing four large rooms ien the lower story, a hall
and ten lodging rooms in the upper stories. There
are two large stables, (a. part of one has recently
been built.) Also, a good Ice-house, a good Slauglh-
ter-house', and a building eighty feet long and rime.
teens wide, new. ,Fori coiditions', inquire of NA-
THAN F. CRAFTS, on the premises, or WILLAIAM
MINOT, 39 Court street. Bostoln.
Needham. Feb. 21,1837.. aw4.w '


sary to describe tho scientific causes of their happy SEI'ECTIONS.
efficacy in the case one general cause, however, is
their effect upon the sensorial function generally, ScHooL or TAI RONtACIrt.-Among tihe other
which iellk to beinsearably connected with amusemnents of Seville may be classed the-sports
w o of tme ar,.,I,,rhears The tbill-fight, the darling
all disturbances of the stomach. exhibition of tle lower clashes,'is no vihere con-
4. LIMOSIS DISPEPSIA, DISPEPSY, or IN- dueled with greater skill. The bulls ofAndahlusia
DIGESTION. .,, r,, ['" i .:.,-.% r,. *u |i' -. ni r .fSpain in bravery,
Dr WILLIAM EVANS' Medical Office, No 7 Di- It.. tt* PIz i..i ., if. ji-i- n..ne other in size.-
visionstre, near Chatham square. was, perhaps, from the superior address of lihe
vision street, near Chaiham square. ...-. t|e lloridy.-t ut arena tlms,'
Agent for Massachusetts, JAMES A DICKSON. r ,, ,,I .i.. sen for t,.: .lr-.,l i..i lauromeativ.
.26 (C .:.rri Bo;i:.n. T -r ,. i .., i .i.fFl ,i I ..1 i. d .
", -- ._y_ .ygngsl'.o r.,ri t...|,..ll-.l .l], .. A r ...- r.c r r i .r iil 11 t
TO THE PITBLIC. try ihis i....:.i ,... ti, ton cows and Oxen des.
AMIONG thenumerouscures" l,,im: ll..,ac b ,,en"..l'i T o,. fir t ei l., .t.I -t till l.e G,.i.i,,,lt *ijr..n
,~" d- i ',, o ,- i ,' s ill and e uai'nge to-daire ille s :.. I, h ,l.. I I, 1 -1
tlfrough the use of Dr. WM. EVANS' Camomile an erd bo il et assembled tuhgsands. otf he Plaza.
Family Aperient Anti Bilious Pills, he selects the fol- One visi to this pnce wIas quite enough to satisfy,
lowingto present to the public, and although they may m1y curiosity.
be considered extraordinary, yet i'otwithstanding,aiy Having learned Ihe:site of the sebeol., and been
inquiring mind can be convinced of the facts Oi ap- called ait an early hour by the puncLtutl Dolores,
plying to the individuals specified:- the Maritornes of tie l hous, I bent n, ,t.p .
IEMARKABLE CASE OF ACUTE RHEU- thea'ds.teis o l 'I "r-l'.;, t.. .,..,
,the gutes o It,,.,- ,. T .r- % ,. w through,
MATISM, WITH AN AFFECTION OF THE filthyy slaugihter-liouse, where several 'butchers
LUNGS, cured by Dr. WILLIAM EVANS' c.1..- v.aro l.illini 5il.,. t,i.ir ..trl-slt..,i.s and Irowsers
brated CAMOMILE PILLS, No 7 division si.: 1. ..**ll-J u.,, ,-i,d] I.-.r 1. ..-I rrr,m spattered ,. ,.,
New York. tI- -l. .. I -i.p,.d n,I n ir i ur.- l..- rl am hinthiearer
11Mr Benjamin S. Jarvis, 13 Centre trreet, Neta l.. t rr:t, lIt '. s a ... s h I, .lltow.i .whont
N J. affli6 ..: ] f...r ,- ,. ,r 1-, :.:, : : i: t-. ..- i ,, :. n i,W.. r, .t .ls- ,, in Inl [1 cow,t
his joints, al..,:1 uet e r.,. ., icvre-as:id o, iI,, .. .gilu- h ,rn r.J, ,ih tl,e 'long blade of 4 is bloody'knile,
est motion, the tongue preserved a steady whiteness, I.- a n rlh,.ib..-i.r gate. Jl just t4iem flew open,and
loss of appetite, dizziness in his 'head, th .bowels. out tush'e'd:u poor ox uponeiwhom the pupils had'
commonly very coltive. the urine hbigh c..Il,. i J. id .-*mu I"',**-,.,s. His coat wassprinkled,with blood,
rll n -h.,d r mrnany places with the pike and the
often profuse sweating, unattended by el,.f. 1..: ibanderilla; Ils mouth and dewlap were covered
above symptoms were always attended' by consider- with .foam ; ind his staring eyes, I.- lilms :.1-i., n
able difficulty of breathing, with a sense of tightness up wildly in the-uir, and his headlong career, show-v
.across the brest; likewise great waniof due.eiergy ed siat torture had driven away for a moment Iris
in the nervous system. '.The above'symptomis were' acTtstomed meekness, an. ,..1I f.i r..:,l il,.. p.,,:.r
entirely removed, and a perfect cure effected, by Dr. beast i,,h:. --.in.-.,-hr,- h.- -.-i *..... I1 ,.:. al" trr,
r rem'. d perfect,..Iu -_._ Tted,.r butchers ruslieui presently towards him, and hav-',
Wmi. Evans. BENJAMIN S. JARVIS. irug thrown a noose over his horns, they passed
City and County of New York, ss. Benjamin S. the rope through a ring, and wi'tlh much difficulty
Jarvis, being duly sworn, doth depose and say; that dragged the struggling victimii to it. When his
the facts stated in the above certificate, subscribed by head was brouglit chose to thie around; and lie was
mhim, are, inall respects, true. s deprived of lihe meins of resistance, a blow of
im, arcN I inl respcs, true. tie axe, directed on lthe iorefiad,speedily released
BENJAMIN S. JARVIS. rn from tore.
Sworn to before me, this 25th day of Nov.1836. A few cuarlos gained me admittance to the am-
WILLIAM SOULE, phitheatre, where I found collected many vulgar
,Notary Public, No 98 Nassau street, New York. looking fellows; some embryo bull-fighters, aOnd
AIRS ANNE G. KENNY, No 115Louis street, other spectatqirs of their youtilful efforts. TI.
between Stanton and Houstoni streets, afflicted for te .place" was '.rr-ged like tie Plaza rde Toros, ibav-
trig a small arena, round which rose tie barrier
years, with the following distressing symptoms:- and seats for thle sp eeators. A young steer was
Acid eructation, daily spasmodic pains inn her head, flying about tlie arena, with banderillas sticking in-
loss of appetite, palpitation of her heart, giddiness hi neck, and several eihulos were vieing with each
and dlimness of'sight, co .I t ,.., 1n : .. i ri .J... other to increase his torments by fastening others.
disturbed rest. uiter iinabi ..- .- .. .r., 'I Tle steel being at length let out by the gale whiich
that demanded vigor c.... .. .--.:. 10.i: Iop6nedupon the slaughler-yard, an old 'bull was
timt de naddvig. .re 'i '',1, i I..... ,ravery and vigur hnu been
arv idea of an aggravation of her disease, a whimsi- ,I. r',;i.. In e.. IierAn. till bow ever
So ,-t",., ,',- r ,ij n 1 ... 3,. .IT ere was still, however,
cal aversion to .particular persons and places, a ,n | ilnl r t].,ri,,,, ,.1, in his broad shoulders, his
groundless apprehension of personal danger and pov- short; pointed isorns, and his dignified bearing
erty, and irksomeness and weariness of life, discon- compared with thatof thie steer which had prece-
tented, disquieted ohi every slight beecasn hi-con- did him. The .younger boys stood aloof or re-
ceived she could neither die orhive, sheet ..t ,] .i,.-it. ,.... **.1 .--, r the barror, leaving their mnoreO dexler-
ed, responded and thought she led a most miserable OUs schoolmates (q' tn' ce" with ti new-co'nelr.
ed, po d. t Bariderillat water .banderilla planted in his neck,
life never was any one ever so bad, wi th requoenf akened this broken down veteran u, the lost fire
mental hallucinations. of his youth, and hie began to rush boldly about t
Mrs Kenny had the advice of several eminent phy- tle arena. At length a young matador brought ont
sicians, and had recourse to usirerous medicines, but time long, teavy sword to kill hi'm; but although .
could not obtain even a-temporary alleviation of her the bull .chargj'd boldly and sleadily enough, tie
distressing sate, ill her husband persuaded hero po was eld by an-awkward ar; now
gashg lte atimci of teIe pooir huras-t,now iflyinig nto
nmaio triia ofcy mmode of treatment. She is now ihe n r i s it rcled frn emilri ng at bone'. 'Tie
quite relieved, and finds herself not only capable of' ot.ski.ful schliolur ouilil not hilt that lJatal spot whero
attending to her domestic affairs, but av-dwes s hmthe hie swor, duly directed, t a, hide itself to the
enjoys as good health at present asshe did at anype- 1t11' ln '. m su'peedy ait. to thre art of the vio-
5iod of her existence. t b' ull, u".n: d and strarning withi blood,
DR. WM. EVANS, Office No 7 Division street, Sbustreters y d. i .s.i'l to .tho ist's hiais" o the
where he nmay be consulted at all hours. I Isoon grew tired of this disgusting exhibition ; I
J. KENNY', husba-nd .of the aforesaid Anne G. for here wasl ctuety withliout skill, and vulgarity
Keunny. c-ilmhutsp!endor. rinthlerugular bull-figlt, though t
Stvorn tobefore me, this 14th dayof Dec. 1836. one sees horses gored to dethl, and nole beasts i
IPTER KENNY, Comn. of Deeds. mrtreds unEparingit, yet there is motiCl to relieve
PARALYTIC RHEUMATISM. A perfect cure mi nis "an i L "t i ', insulin grace-r
1 flU dr1- tu m-o conubata ts, all tehrnd e -hVlth goll1
effected bv the treatment of Dr. WM. EVANS. llr nd etb, ., oidery it tll e rapid, flit.ing movee111nt
John Gibson, of North Fourthl street, \' i. -,-.. I. of tie bzinderillh ros ; in lite innnly attitude, tihe d
afflicted with the above complaint for three years and skill aitid the unwavering composure of the mulatii-
nine months, duringwhich time he ihad tousecrulches. Iorn ; in tile shous' of (foImusands of .exulting and t
His chief symptoms were excruciating pain in all his deeply excited spoectatlors; and intn- liod,,tn,u i
joints, but especially in time hi, shoulderand knees, .breeld y f o he n ai ned nd i an iful t ....n ..n .-, i
he l, urnught irn strong and h seek, and fiacely -
aid ancles, and aggrarvationofs thepatrs towardsatighti brvelro ronmi, d unconstrained t o ea
and for the most part at all times from external heat, inountain and mieadow. -
an obvious thickening of the fascia, stand ligaments,


and shining powder with which her hair was clot- salt has been th.lcen, or if anv other alkali, it is a
ted, would ruin any.but a very rich husband l iert certain arwidlne. 3. Mustard.-Mtrstard emetic is
self and every part of her dress, was soe well said to be- infallible in thlie cholera; a mustard-
g 1ii.- Iliihat -i-. i u-I have been, in IHer ti..n, i. pouilice is almost equal to-a blister plaster. 4.
gI l, ul ou.I .nril ; alud' the number or hi tIl,:r Olive Oil.-This, say the dispensaries, is "demul-.
rings with which her artins.and legs were adorned, cent, relaxant and laxative." It is an antidote
proclaimed hieito le evidently a person of proper- against acrid poisons, and seems to be obnoxious
ty; round, her an'cles she carried about a dozen to worms, killing them it is supposed, by stopping
rings of this kind, which, added to a pair ofsandals, some of their breathing holes. Besides ,it.relieves
-gave her tlie appearance of wearing buckskins. the pain occasioned by thie application of pungent
But trhe most remarkable piece of affectation acrid substances to t'le skin. 5. Pe~per.-This
with which she adorned herself, was three small' relieves diarrhEan. and the relaxed sore threat.
bits of ivory, of.the size and shape of sparrow's Peperin, the alli-aloid extr;ict from tIle pepper, hass
eggs, loosely pendant from her hair, one in front, cured the ague in the hands of Dr Meli and others.
,as low, as the point of her. nose, and one in the "I
ouler aide of each clheek, atI ihninnr.i, ailthe same PonLiVc FAI t.-T'o expatiate on the value of.
length. Thpe'e dangled r-.:.m -.I.. o side as she' public I. ili rfiny pnes with some men for declama-
moved her head, anid doubtlessly made full amends tion-io such men I havenohinng to say. Tootih-
for thblir inconvenience, by the piquancy they t'rs I % ill ut,.-C .n, -in circumstances mark upon
weren.. l,-i;i t.. -hI ,I 11 i,. w,:;n,.:r's beauty. Thin .a people more lurpitude 'and'debasement ? Can
Copper part of 1t .r v,.i ., -, s nr, .J with a small any thing tend 'more to make men think thenn.;
.. ,, r e..p, fip ,.ied .tI..ely |,r iquji. unornamented, selves mean, or degrade to a lower poitt their esa-
,r,.l I .1.,..I I, h.c lid a ph., -ur,, in graitifying her timalion of virtue and tieir standard ill action-?
.' h I i.r..- ,t ,f ,ng of :,.. I.[., i.. render Ithi It would not merely demoralize mankind, it
I' ,,i ... I--Tr ,I-. -I s .i:i. smart, ,i I I,.1 riot been tends to break all tlhe li amens 'of society, to dis-'
fearful thai, .l..ir.g ttihs. I should excite in her solve thalint mysterious charm wiich attracts indi-
to .u men aii nchti-ation to .i n ii:.-d importune vidunis to thie rnitir.n. inI tn inspire in its stead
.., i.ii I rn.-,ri to reserve ( oi.l ...r the natino s a repulsive sen -..i i ..- : and disgust. ,
I.in, ii l.ein,,t,.rior. Her vanity and affectation,' What is patriitismi? Is it narrow affection for
great as it wavs, id not,.as one nmay sometimes ob- the spot vhureo a maii was borm ? Are life very
.m r, ir, I.- i .,l, .. I, ..i,, i ..,, i,igs. 'seem *to c ,ds where we ,.I, entitled ,o this ardent pre-
1,... h.-r. ..i i.,,.-... .. ,,, 1 .-., in I li. r.,r.. ,-.f ference .. I :. l 3 are greener ? N o, sir, thia
I,., ,..' ; i-,,r il" r t"'1i. 1l1 u.inunlty n r." m ..: [ .. l n e .,u l .. ....l ... I vrI ,ji, .,., S,,r..r h i i. -
which site swallowed down, and :lthe i i...-s ,-. 1..r .1- -t.j. .. Ii I s (t. e r- rtdlt-i ell-love,
with which she called out to her attendants fior mingli-.g u .iii :.1 i.- enjoyr,. i,., ..I 1,1 e, ;.id
more, plainly showed her to be resolved that no twisting itself with thie minutest filaments of the
squeanuishnes.- should interfere on this occasion, heart.
--.- It is thus we obey thle laws of society, because
.i r.-...i 11 AND FATAL PVREICTION.-A most they are tbie laws of uirtue. In their authority
melancholy tale of'real hlie is related in the last We see, not the array of force and terror, but the
Madrid journals. A gentleman named Donl Gon- venerable image of our country's honour.. Every
ziles L'tondirier, is now being triedin mlthat city, good ecitizenmakes ilthat honor his own, and cher-
I...- the accidental murder of his father and mother ishes it not only as precious,but as sacred. He is
some years since. It appears that during Napo- willing to risk his life- in.lms defence, and is con-
Icon's invasion, Gonzales, then.a youth, and nuch scious that lie gains protection whild he gives it.
devoted to his religibos duties, on coring one day For, what rights ofa citizen will be' deemed in-
out of church ht Cordova, ";where hie resided, was violable, when a state renrounces the principles that
accosted by one of'those forlorn people, called in constitute their security.? Or, if- his life should
Spanish, .*i.-,.., (gypsies) wiho, to operniae more not be invaded, what would its enjoyments be' in;
.....iful on'. is sympathies, promised to tell a country odious in the eyes of strangers, and dis-
him his fortune, fbr which purpose ihe accompa- honored in his own? Could he look with affec-
nied ithe individual lo their encampment'. There lion and veneration to such a country as his pa-
he was told he would, in acernain numberof years, rent ? Trle sense of having one would die with-
murder'. his own father aiLd oi..,ih.-:, i.. it wvs in him ; he would blush for his patriotism, if ie
d.i..i ..1,iad both sinned .: ir.. ,r .I 1.. .j Gon- retained any, and justly, for it would be a vice.-
zales .was dreadfully impressed and made wretch- lie would be a banielin'd man in his native land.
ed, with this, to limn, unaccountable.prediction, as -I see no excpt ion to the respect that's paid a-
Ie knew nothing to justify tieimnprecation against rnong nations (1i tIhe law ofgo d faith. If there
his respectable parents. I e went home, and fell are cases in this enligihtened period, when it is
into profound melancholy. What was his horror violated, there are none when it is decried. It is
to learn now, for tine first time, that bolti Ilis pa.- the philosophy of politics, the religion of govern-
rants'had been the tenants (if convents, apd vio- ment. It isobserveed by barbarians--a whiffof to-
lated their vo,ws Inmediately lie became plunged bacco sinoke, or a stringof beads, gives not mere-
in grief, and determined to'avoid, if possible, the ly binding force, but sanclify to Ireaties. Even in
commission of the crime designated for him, by Algiers, a truce may be bought for money; but
retiring, unknown to all the world, to some distant when ratified, even Algiers is too wise, or toejust,
mountains ; which he did, and, in a solitary ra- to'disown and annul its obligation.
vine, built him a hut,,and devoted himself to reli. Thus, we see, neither the ignorance of savages,
gion ,a- l.i,,ii.rin A beautiful brunette peasant ntor the p.in. ;,l. 5 of an association' or piracy and
girl, r. ir.. It _1 n, came across Ihis path. He rapine, permit a nation to despise its engagenrenIs.
became enramoured, and married iher. Immediate. If, sir, lhnere could be a -resurrection from the
ly, without tire shadow of's cause, he was seized foot of time gallows, ifthe victims of justice could
witil tie inost fiend-like jealousy. One night, live again, collect togetherr. and form au society,
during a dreadful rain storm, while absent in ithn they would', however loath, soon find themselves
mountains, or prowling abont his domicile, to fn.d obliged to' make justice, linhat justice under :which
sorme apology or tire passion, which haunted II, Ithey- fell, the ftindamental law of their state.-
-unknowingly to him,.two wandering aged per- They would perceive it was their interest to maka
sons, in distress, knocked at thu door, drenched others" respect, and they would therefore soon
withi rain, and implored or lotoging. The be'uev- pay some respect themselves to, the obligations of
leint and innocent, Catalina adnilted'. them--put good laith. h '
her husband's clothes on' Ihe ohl man, and liers on It is painful, I hope it is superfluous, to make
his wife, instead of theirs, which were wet; arid even thlie supposition thit America should furnish
earning, to her extreme joy, that they w.er,' tfie tine uocasion'of this opprobrium. No, lot me not
)arentsrof her husband, in search of him, placed even- imagine, that a republican government,
hem on .her bed, lo obtain repose, and wentalter- sprung,'as our ownh is, from a people enlighten-
S io file01, chapel, in tie gtlO deii, i- .. -, i. J..-. .--I -I a g- ov, eramen t Whose origin
fr tlIe fortunate eev.nt which *lia h inrt in r i. i ,I II I I _. ..... .. ....I --. daily discipfinou is i' 'v,canl ,
o Iher. : Gonzales sho ly af r ...., ":...r...I..1 in1. ,..-, rmnake its option to ibe failh-
ouibloe arrelled gun, atnd seeing, to hlis astonish- les'--can dare to act what despots dare not avow.
nent, a man on hijs bed, and near him his wife's -Fisher .mecs,
clothes-itnslantaneously supposingg his suspicions -' .
proved, si(tL both his fathr' and mother, ivhile IaCEAs't: or amix Atustr.-Thi bill provitles
here aslee. Whial was his ag3, ol lernin t ller sl added t ter s be a tt eac co pay of ar-
from his wife who tbhey were 'Tlhe dreadful pre- tillery of the lr,. i o file United States, one ser.
action was fufi llHed. le became partially insane, geant major-, ,, 1. of the. present first sergeant,
mnd w.as finally brought to trial at Madrid. During one qnarnermaster Isergeant, rwo cnrpri? and
lhe.process, Iis wife hasexhibited Ihe most touch- fifly eight privales ; and to eacl c -. .-tr' *I iefan.
ng tenderness towards hinm, verifling the beauti- try, one sergeant miuju,r in lieu of the present first
ful remark of ihe Spanish writer, Melendez, that sergeant, one quarteriastiersergeant, one sergeant,
*Woman is a divine enunatiorn sent down to tihe two eorporals, and fifty-oight privates; anod tidach
arth to alleviate mislbrturne, and console ltire un- company of dragimns, one sergeant major, in lieu
happyv" qf. tle present first sergeant, one quartermaster
---- srg'eaint and one saddler, which saddler, in addi-
EXTRAoRDAINa aY VOTsEDNESS IN A SERVANT.- lion to his clothlinig anud suiistence, shali be allow-
Wraxall, in hisi "i memoirs of his oin lTimes," re- ed twenty dollars per lon'lth. Tie bill contains a
rates the followinginslance of devotion and arfec- t in fiber of other, fiovisinms concerninor the details
ion oil the part 'ol a Polist noblenrmt's servant :- o fthe service; and coins ant) autlhoritv to thlo
duringg thie first winter tliat I passed at Vienna, in President of the United Slates to add lo the'corps of
778, 1 became acquainted ivith Ihe count and Engineers, whenever he may deem it expedient to
unless Podoaki. Shoe was one ofilhe rost beau- increase the same, and lieutenant colonel, two
ful and accomplished women of high runli, whom majors, six captains, six first and six seroid lieu-
have seen on thle continent. lier husband, a tenants; and a fiurlher nuthorily to lthe President,
great Polish nobleman, hereditary cup-bearer, or whenever lie.may deem rthe same expedient, to
grand eciansun" thie crown, had becomeric in cause one of tuhe ieginoerin nf infantry to'be arined
nme measure an Austrian subject, in consequence and equipped, and to sarve as a regiment of rifle-
f the first partition of Poland. which took place men, a ni one oilier of tfie regiments of triintry to
n 1772. His patrimonial estates lying principally be armed and equipped, and ito serve as areginie'nt
n flnt southern portion of th'e kingdom which fell offight infantry.
i the share of Maria Theresa, he of course repair --oi--
d frequently to Vienna ; between which capital GCsr.AT naLt., om smscow.-We perceive it stated
d Warsaw hlie divided his titue. ..r;,-,_ il,, i a St. Petersburgh paper, that ihe great bell of
'vtter of 177(i, as tIe count andu counts ... r ...... tl'e Kritlin at Moscow, one of the wonders of
4i were on their way from Vienna to Cracow, thie the wo'ld, hasbeen raised from the earth, in which
volves which abound'-in the Carpathian mountains, it has for nnmy years been buried, and placed on
rendered more than ordinarily bold and ferocious. an elevated ipdestal, prepared to receive it. This
n consequence of the severity of the season ; de: bell was cast in the year 1733, during thie reign of
;:euind in great mrunbers, began to fllow thie the Empress Anne. It is 21 feel in height, and.
inrringe between thle two little towns of Oswiezk 23 fet in diameter, and weighs, 492.000 pounds '
ind Zator; thiu htler of which places is only a The ia etalof which it it composed is copper, sil-
sw miles distant frotiuCracow. Of two servatls ver and gold. It is of -beautiful proportions and
Ao attended himn, one uhad been sent forward to ornamented within bas-ruliefs-and is a strong il-
atir ir tlo he purpose of procuring post horses. lsLAtmraion of the perfection, to which tho arts had
'ii) other, a Heydinc to ihuom lhe was much at- attained in Russia at liat remnoie period. The
cheid oin account of his fidelity, finding the wolves cereimouny of raisingit attracted nucl attention -
pitdly gItiriing ground (in lihenm, rode up.anid ex- many thousand spectators were present-and six
Hired lhie cuunt o permit him to abandon .t these hundred soldiers were employed in the underta-
lnialIs isi horse ,r as such a prey would unimrallv lkini.
rest their in rictinuosity, und allow lime lor thIe
ounitt anud counless tp reach Zalo. Podetslki imu- AFRICAN DISCOVERIESi.s-i-'hia Asiatic Journal
ldiatnoly agreed to hie' proposal, and the Heyduc, fcor January contains' some account of the explor-
otiunting behind the carriage, hleft his -liorse, who ing expedtliin recently unuderlaken by Dr Smith
as soon overtaken, and torn ill a thousand pieces, and others from Cape Town, South Afnrica, inuo
They continued tieir journey meanwhile within thie iniior olf Ine Cintinenii t. It appears that ine
I possible speed, in thie hope of' getting to thlie expedition penetrated almost as far as thin tropic,
wn. from which they were at an inconsiderablue found a very healthy climunile, and returned il
stance. But their horses were bad; and tlIe excellent condition, wilth an immense variety of
olves, become more ravenous, as well as eager, drawings and s5eciInens of natural history. The
Iniving lasted blood, already were nearly up artist who furnishe.1 ihe zoological part of the
unh ttrummn. In thlis extremity, thm Heydeti said to collection, is caid to hnve seteut ont Iris hmazar-
u muster, '"there is only oue 3Way left to save is. dous adventure io .a sulue ofineauhhi which hardly
e shanll all hr devoured in a few minutes. I allowed a hope of his lieino able to reachl thIe
n ready to sacrifice m)aelif, by going to iment the frontier of the colony, and to have returned a
nolves, if you will swear to hie a lather to my strong, robust and heaulthy man. Dr Smith is
ife amnd children; I shall lIe destroyed, but while ahout Io set out on a neiw-exuedition into the in-
ey are occupied in falling upon me, you may nurior, wilthi a view to further more extensive re-
crapo." Pudolski, after a monument's reluctance searche..
accept sueh an offer, pressed nevertheless by .i--
e prospect of imminent destruction to lhelin all, i-'rcEl.us'rING F.c'rsei-Rehilted by thie Rev. B.
d scinig no prmspe ct of any other means l tex- C Sniith, chaplain of the A buru i tam Prison:-
iration, consented ; and inh esisied lhin', tlhat if hI I'roIu, an exan iuation oh 975 c'tnvicts it appseafa
nre caipable of devoting himself for their common that 4 hlad be, di.catied at college, 11 hadl anu ac-
e uervation, hIis farmilhy s- ohlnd find in him a cou- ademical education, 2G0O coudl read, wrile, troand
ant protector. Thie Heyduncinstantlydescending cyplr. 218 codIl read ad write, 219 could read,
vanced to meet the wolves, who surrounded and 2(i2 could not read.
d soon dispatched iiun. Of 075 persons examined, 73G were intempe-
-rate, 219 were temperate drinkers, and 20 wern
DOiESTIC MRDICINE,-T-'hle castors On a dinner ulgh abstiniienis ifron nIIe IIS, of alcohol. Five
ble, are said, by a lanl London work, to be a hundred and nighty "inu u-nt of 075,toinmitte'i thlo
nd of medicine chest containing drugs of great deerds that consigned tem lo i the walls of a prison
rlies. 1. Snlt.-This is a decided cathartic in under the itiflumnce of strong drink.
e dose of hall an ounce. It is also a vernuifiuge O f)ut of 2.13 prisons disehiniaed since the estnh-
large doses. Criminals in Holland were ior- lishiienet of nlh prison, hut 153 have be'n mu-'on-
rliv sentenced to live with out slt, andl became evicted, or I)hout.one 0ou of f'uiirll-tii. .iniien tlhe a-













SELECTED SUMMALARV. '

SFire -T'hI w,v'llen ri.-rry in Sp.-ff-r, bel..ing-
I g n to Am..Te lr., n &. C., w'v., d&Ir.ed h fifre
,on S ,Sidai n.yri i 2 'I" .W e ."t d..l- nd .. r-
was ini a nir e "on it ill thi rillV-. -l-n fit M l-eo tlhe
amoUnt ol $16,000, and it is believed ,thee was
some, further ins,-.nre at tlh, Mi,minl Offiee in
Worcester .'The fi., wsq disc.vered e hsween 12
and I o'clock on Sriirdil' in .rhingi., nat iinh time
it had made sti i pron.r..s8 i1hl rn lln en ~s5i e.l
from tlie building. II w Ia 1l wo.itd. .'tndl had hien
built ashout twelve )ears; l'jos estimated at aboul
$30,000. .
Post Offies Robbery.-An oPl mrinn without fam-.
ily, named Ant'hirny Anlrew, wh:o ha hlel i-n n-
gaeed for'sotme time at porier in Ils Cinriainil
post office, has been f'riielrd, on -iit-ii''n of hav-
ing pilfered money from loiers i lie i. office. On
exarmininL', hI trink, i fi,, .n r nrinr,.in
specie and nnltes, npivwardi otf .o$711, be:.Ir which
there Wes a depr.-i p in ba.sk, o1l runlitl tif., nd
several hundred ilill.rsa 'V.i.rth of mreltand.Z,.' in
his room. '
Stbbiitr -T'woi vysr, b'y tha rinmedof Sintih
and Girirdn r, were ~tlhbled ,n T'i-'-,l'v i'rat-. .,on,
iri Cli irle.il'wn, b r, n Ir.e l.n in 'I'p Iri-h.n..n
was repTirnl illq l, .i 1 a l r.iil, ni' .1i ihi bl',y- ii
their p-.rt, r.immPni'C.J Pf s ,ri l.iit lne him He
sprana Irom lii coach in a 'r,., 'drel his knife
from his pncrl. an-I .I hli, d h-n' b,.li in ihe
back ; 'nl rn.mm d,J-PreIv flei T1- .,-.n Pr' .1 lihe
lad by ih.- nr-'ne S- ,iii., is rnn-j3.1-rd l.,,Il.lil
.Jantherr irii;n.-Tl' K-ene (N II S.-nri.
nel ll u i sl 4 r. I m n W -dni' -d'y f' enin, lini, a:
dwelling house occidi-&d by Ia i. ,w nomlan. in
Swarz.ryv, wa ,l.eii ,r.i b h rie. In [lie -verng,
b.,ng l.in.-, lihe il.i;h. r -1.e hearI rnn upnu s,-i
no,.-, and ..rn .p.ernj... hi d....r, f.:un ld ltha shf
adpinng ;n fl.im-. Sh. hadil irma onl,r, In ave
her chil.tirn Evmery Iv i.ir. lat war a,corn i,,i.
CasJe ..I ri fi'---dep.-.iling aslits in ,..-,,d n
vessel in thia sied.! -
Hardii D.Daor-An irn.lue w,-,e hhl rt N~Nw
York or Thn;.il.iv, r.n IIl. .,...dly .I Fliz ih thi I'r.Y,
3,8 iea r i l fri A hi ,vav Iij.urn.-.i i, d-.illh in hi-r
-bed on l'-.ir.esdiv r.tl.. Theo l.icrraS. J i wri a
woman -of intemplerate Ihl.nl, and] nent in hed
drunk, and is -prIn-i.d In hiave Pt fire In Ihebedl
clothes whlie altenmplin, Iolight her pipe. atier
wil Wventl It ldJ.
Fire .Irnes -T'i9e iiir- Secrer r of W\Vr Ih',
in pUr.u.in.-? of a rees.i-,Jii n Ifrnm lip Senile, ih-.
reele-d thatli a lnril, 'n he rninpned ol the fill.iw
in a .i,'r :. uz: bre er B iv idi', r (Gerir'll J Ft.
.Fen ]ik. (.i..n l .ufi lie 4,1. Arliileryv : hrP-i-i
Brri.,ipr G.n N TF..won, P, ,n',sirr G-nr.r,;.
-Irevrpv LI Cnl. \\'LrlII. Ordrr.i,,:e : Lt. C.-iniel
ll'ainwtighl. NMiarnoe Corpm; Li..il. C.ol. 'ollcoil,
Orlnance ; Capt B Hue,-r, Ordn3nce ; shall as-
semble at hlie ar, -n', l "t1 W-iilhin2on. orf tille 201 i
i tl Itjr tLie pirp'.e of i's- in2 Ilie impr.vem-n's
in lire arm' made b\ Hall, Cocihran, CoII. and the
D. ron 11-'lchEt.
Stonington Rail Road.'-The+ R il R':iad" from
Providence to Sionington, Ct.-is nearly completed;
The lenglli or the road is'said0to, be forty-five
miles on tlfien of wiich the rails are laid. The
%% hole is graded ready for the rails to be- laid in'
ilia spring wihi the exception of two sectioris,
which will be completed early in .the spring.-
Should ilib-e be ro further delay in receiving the
rails, it wili be open Inr use in all June .. '
Catholic CL.hurch.-The Detroit Evening Specti.
lir r.n ,rk -,ur duty as gnaldians of the public,
S moials compels us to state thur. l ii hr.g "iai .,ib',
r. alive in 1hi construction nl of lie cellar el lihe
French Catholic church in this city,-we went into
it a fev dayv since, and ri..nined ii rliori.ughl'.-
If we were to relate a'l hi? fr'.r.,bie ihin.s we
saw, we should throw ,ur iIhole pOlulainon into
hysterics.';
The UniIed SIar--lo TPelegr.iplh is In he ilicmnniiii-
ne.I Tho a u tljierib,-r. I in will he b uprilit-d a i li
Ihe Rehf'rmn.-r, a new .1-;IIv -r.d ini, ,alM lv paper r.
piublih.ld l.y MIr-. \Vr, W l' Mi,.i & Co ai..j
ed.ied by Rv.-hard K C.--rle, E.q.
Incend-;r,'s -Tie Providence Il.ar.I of Al-
dermen have -offered a reward of $50 for the
discoiBry and arpprhlien-ion of the perin or per.
r.fn I "l e s i fire If' .lir b ,rn be hr n-.n in i rhe
Bowen Blacking-Company -onri he-iftghit of the
Blh inst.,and also to thliae barn of Samuel Billings,
Esq. on the lhth inst. or eithr.oflthem.
Mr Charles Cole, jr. has been chosen President
of the Mechahics' Bank, at-Southi Boston, vice
Samuel Ga,-dricl, deceased.
According to a statement in the Baltimore Pa-
triot, ihe value of export to -l.re-n- r .-nrifuroi Iron
that port during the mon ii ril J.,nua-rv., w s $.31; -
000; coastwise exports $16.3,11i'. Tial .5114,
000. Amount of duties accrued and secured at
the Custom House during the same time, $43,-
395.22. -
Country-Manufactures.-The Haverliill Gazette
says that the following notice, "Boots .and Slioes
made and sold here," may with great propriety be
posted up on the highway as lihe traveller enters
-averlhill, Bradford and Rowley. 'They are the
staple commodity of the places; employing men,
women and children, and affording a comfortable
support to thousands'ol hands, and a good article
for wear for tens of thousands of the citiz:'ls of
other States.
The City Hdll Bell, New York, fell front its
high estate upon the root of the Hall, the other
day, and awfully frightened the lawyers beneath';
no rnaterial damage was done, however.
The National Theatre, N. Y. owned by Mr
0. Mauran and Mr Hackett, and recently adver-
tised to lease, has beep.taken bv.Mr [Iackett, who
is to assume the management himself next season,
and will soon proceed to Europe to negotiate en-r
gagements with some trans-Atlantic performersof
eminence.
Mathias, the soi-disant Prophet, has made his
appearance at Slaunton, Virginia. Thie Editor of
ihe Staunton Spectator says, le is the "flattest and
most insipid imposter," he has ever seen--no wild
enthusiasm in in his harangues,-noilhing rhbout him
but the smoothly combed beard of a he-goat-the
threat to remove, which latter, by some unruly
boys, caused .hib, it appears, to 'decamp for
Waynesbori' sooner than.he had intended.
.The dwelling house of Mr Jeremiah Atwood,
of Wellifeet, was burnt on the nighl.tof the 13th
inst. At the time of the fire, the wind blew a
violent gale from the northwest, and the thermom.
eter ranged belrw zero. The iouteewas occupied
by two families, numbering twelve persons.
They had been in bed two hours, and were
awakened by the crackling of the flames. They
barely escaped with their lives. ,...
The Rev. Ifsilla IIl.i.. of the M,|hnI;ast E,.i;
copal Church, was waylaid r.,J nurdiJ.-d .n ih.,?
23d lilt. in Surry County, Va, near Cabin Point
HIe was shot through tire head liy some unknown
person, about one hundred yards from his house.
JNoble Liberality.-A citizen of Dallas county,
Alabama, Wim P. Molet, has given $30,000 f-r
the promotion of education in that part of the
State.
It is said that Forsyth, Woodburv and Kendall
will remain in the Cabinet, and Mr Butler will
continue as Attorney General. Mr Poinaett of
Suuthi Carolina, it is said, will e) Secretary of
War, and it is thought that Mr Muhlenburg will take
the Navy Department, in the place of GUv. Dick-
erson, who it is believed will go to Russia.
Immense Coal Field.-The greatest coal field of
the world, probably, lies on the valley of the Mis-
sissippi. It would covera space of 900,000 square
miles, equal to the half of Europe-or 1500 miles
in length by 600 in breadth.
The Washington Globe of Tuesday contains i
circumstantial account of the destruction if the
Treasury office, at Washington by fire, in 1833.-
It is a very interesting narrative, and the facts it


contains were obtained from a confession of one
of the Whites. The late Mr Temple of Vermont
occupies a conspicuous figure on :he canvass, as
was expected.
Rare Suicide,-At Crawfordsville, Indiana, on'
the 2d inst, Robert Miller, a lad of only 11 years
of age, was found hung in a stable bIrya bridle,at-
tached to a pin. A jury, after hearing several
witnesses, returned a verdict of "designedly hung
himself." No cause could be assigned for the act.
It is proposed by a Fall River paper that the la-
dies of that village hold a fair for the purpose of
raising moneyto pave the sidewalks!I


Mhlanchioly Suicide.--Miss Susan Cobb, dasugh-
er of Captain David Cobb, of Mlansfield, abuul
34 years on ige. committed Suicide on Sunday lastl,
A while Ihe family vere' al church, by hanging her-
sell wll, a hai.nidkee.iiefin her.chamber- S.hIe pla-
ced a small table in tIhe liiddle of ihe rinm, and
fastening the handkerchief to.i hunik in llie ceiling,
took lihe fatal leap. When fiouid, lile was enltirel)
extinct.- A Bible lay openon ithe Ible. wilh a Ilaf
turned down at the 82d verse oil the 119ld Psiulni
Tlier4 had been a piotraeted ineeling held in lihe.
town for several weeks, and it is iuppose4. that
thie deenased was-the victim of religiousixcite-
ment .
Telegraphs.-The French Minister ofithe lfne-
roir on the 6fi'of January iniinducPd in hle Cli un-
her of Deputies a bill isi secure 14 tile g.irrirninetri
the monopoly of thlie elesra: iph. The 'bil li .lid
the transmission of ilellign-rce by sigral., eiilier
by telegraphic machines or by any othi-r means,
under penalty ofimprisonment of line mural loa
year and fine of 1000 to 60,000f1. It-s ilI-o inile ilie
duty ofl te iribrunril t to ierI lie dein.-lii.-ni of the
.posis, machines ,aid iihier mnearin oif i ir.in-m;r-icn
The Minister-in his xFxp.-,tilon 1'f the renrunfifr
the proposal oftl hbilll, repre,eii-dil ie rolera'ion of
private telegraphs as libal le l fie abused Inr thie put
pose of ai.iing |Il Iraldiulent aiustck noppation.-, and
jl- ., f .r puiinling sclia.te d-ringeruws touth ie public

Whig Conevition in Connecticut -A large Con.-
vepiu.ii .If i VrW hig D.leglie.( (frIn liver) purl 01 Ills
Sil.le if ConnicLIcucit, inel il f lirifnid irn tie-22l d
IF,-,. nrid wi-h i gre'l t irinnianii y nonrlriild a ifhe nIl
I,.-- ing cairli.liles f.r i.e -ri-lniri Sil n .c- elclion i
F:;I G ,,\eri .r,, \\1 il|llin W 1 |lln.'7. lli, ulf Jli.ll.ird
Fmi LI- ur enihl G',jernmor, Benjuiilurn Ilnac, of
Noraslk. F..r.Tre.sliar-r, Namainnil Godwin, nl
Harlul.rd. Fur Conipir..ller, linger H-puni.,Iun,
-f Noi nii'. Flur Scmcriar)3, Nithriiel Perry, 0
N-'vw Mtlfordu.-. -
Samruei Pi'i'ppa, ged ruiaons'i2.arid Am'.% ,r Wlieel-
er. a few ,,'arS --Idr i, white Iburnn In de,.rli'ii B-r.-
ini N. H.,.n Ite mnightn if lie tlilhi ull in rue Iul-
1iwing manner. Thel', re re ail vil orkin ,. litaing
ramr,, annt iipon irelurnig Itj Ihr cuinp in lm-iet e-
irin g, biuill up a Il ge fnre th i n i Sniiin .lrii. lu ihe
,vcer ir I of Ili.- %enilier, ari.J laid dun v i is..i leet -
I'lleli coiapin-.ns a er abst ent uifi lota,, upon re-
lurning in ll inmorning' fund Iht camp enliIely
buril, anil nilibirng leli ofl" ihe oung nlien but a
I|iluljn ol Il 0 r hufedib i
.-lane Scuator.-l'The Hon. R-ue l.1V,h'larni ns,
or IVe.lne i.av lat .-lih,. n li b...ih I, irch,-s ..I the
Iemrltliura. of" M' u ene, I I.e S.-ruirlOiii C.ntre-s in
jar'i r c. Mr Shepley, rcigunaod In lie Houn e of
ReipreeniirIves, AMi Eanri lead filty voice.
Expl.rinr, Erp;ditorun -Thlie ii.ropri.linn fAor
filitri, u.11 ihe L\ihlriing p '-dlhu.r, I.aI a 1 i 'SOcJ
the U. S. Ho6.-e cu R,.r.[cwn tl u i-s lIy a large
majority, the opposition to tlie Frigate having
been withdrawn. .-
A:n immecn-e hog is being exhibited at Middle-
to, n. Ol.i-., tihrli is described rs four feet two
a-h.I a hlil I.-cliaF hhisg; measures eight feet three
En a thi,,'ll inchia round the waist; nine feet
oris and ihree-foiurthi inches from snou1 tto tail (the
allaer is very short and curls !) and weighs fifteen'
hundred pounds! .-
On Friday forenoon as the train of cars were
going to Lowell, one of the men employed upon
Ite road, got upon the top of Ihe baggage car, for
liae purpose of giving some orders, wlien his head
struck one of lie bridges, andli he was ulirown onfl
dreadfully. wounded, and it was thought he could
.not recover.
MrLarned, Our Chtarge des Affaires at Lima, is
said to have concluded a very advaentagetous com-
mercial treaty -with Gen. Santa Cruz, Piotector of
Peru and President of Bolivia'.
-,The coal discovered near -Haverstraw, on the
Hurfdsoin River,is said to burn as free as Peaiii Or-.
chi rd. -
Commodore Hawkins, of flhe Texanr Navy,
died at New Orleans. on the morning of the 12thl
inst. '
T'he. Salem foik having a "Rural C.rn.,Iie," in .lis'vicinity.
'.The Express Mail is shortly to be extended toe
St. Louis, passirin over the national road, through
the capi:-ls of Ohio. Indiana and Illinois.
On Saturday the Supreme Court terriinated a
very haiorious session of 74 working days in \hIis
city. On the first Tuesday of March they begin a
new terimhere, hRd in May are to have the Juries to
try Chbanicery issues. .
Tihe body of .Mr Darius Boardman, supposed to
have drowned'himself some weeks since, was ta-
ken from the water on Saturday afternoon, by the
East.Boston ferry boat.
The body of a man, in sailor's garb, was found
Sunday morning in the Water off Sargent's wharf.
It had been' in the water a long time, and was so
much decayed that it cannot be. recognized except
from the dress. It was laken to thlie City Scales.,
The Stmall.Pox prevails to an alarming extent in
the little-village ofPequannock, near New London,
Coin. Somebody arrived there direct from New
York, and died ofi!, when tihe whole town became
Frightened, and about a dozen more died in a fort-
night.
Gov. Edwards of Connecticut, has appointed
Friday the 24th of Mrrh next, to he nh-erved in
that state as a day of rring, Hum.ili-itiun and
Prayer. ,
-Mr-Gos-kuk-wa.na.kon-ne-di-yu. an Indeian, is
delivering lectures in New York on .nie o.rign of
the wars, tir.e!.es and injuries o.Amnencan In-
dians.
They have beem, efying to get up an earirihquilie
at Quebec, l.ia il a hno gieatshakl/s alsh-r all.
The Natchez people were so delighted at the
appearance of snow upon theground of their city,
that tliey quit business and commenced sliding
down hill.-
It is rumored that a duel is on the tnpis between'
Peyton.of Tennessee, and Gohlson of Misissiopi.
.Inothoer Master Burke.-The manngersof the
Chesnut street 'Theatre, Philadelphia, have effect-
ed an-engagement with Master St. Luke, only 9
years of age. Master St. Like is to appear as
Richard 3d, and, in the course of t0e evening, per-
form some popular airs on the violin.
In thie town of Columbia, Maury Courinty, Tenn.
widow Reiuhel i-Bks.in is Climik ,f Ilhe C.ur-mon
PI.-'la Courl, nui Mury Prler is nromin:r',d Ibfor Ihe
L-. : la nur ulf I(.nitr |eki ,lt, ..im It Cruck.-n Co nt, .
A Mrl Gtun ri.lc',rsei I._ e.un in on-." 1.1" ihe ph.
p.5-r- ris a 11ii. Tfire susn tf .a ,outl ought to be
pu.--h.:-d, sits ihe Ledger.
jt:"hnit C _llet'e -Rev. Jnh P Cleavelandof
D-tl',,r, llihi. hiufl iern apf, rhuid Prea'Jentof this

_-m' .----- --"
STATE LEG ISLATU RE.
FarnAv, Feb 24.-In the Senate, on motion of
Mr French, it was ordered that the Committee on
Railways and Canals inquire into the expediency
of so amending the 39th chapter of the Revised
Statutes, that no locomotive engine for the trans-
portation of passengers, shall be used on any rail
road hereafter incorporated, until a double track
of rails shall have been laid over the same.- [in
the House, read and concurred.]
The bill to extend the time for, paying in the
capital stock of the Newburyport Insutrance Com-
pany, passed to be engrossed in concurrence. '
A bill.to reduce the number of ratable polls,
was reported, laid on the table, and ordered to be
printed.
On motion of Mr Alien, thIe bill to aid the con-
struction of the Norwich and Worcester Rail Road
was taken up, and on motion of Mr Fairbanks, it


was ordered that the question on ordering it to a
third reading be taken by yeas and navs,-and be-
ing so taken, it was delernined in the affirmative,
as follows, viz :-Yeas 26, Nays 8.
So said.bill was ordered to a third reading.
The President presented a communication from
the Secretary of the Commonwealth, accompanied
with an abstract of the returns of the Keepers and
Inspectors of the Jails and Houses of Correction
in this'State, which was laid on the table, and or-
dered to be printed.
In the House, the following petitions were pre-
sented and committed.:- I
Of Joseph Barrows and others,, on the subject
of Houses of Industry, &c; of James C. White of
Salem, and 152 others, praying exemption from
Military duty for conscience sako e; of the town of


Wemlporl, in aid of a petition of lhe town of Ne-w
Bedfrlrd ; o Luther Ainsworlh ard others, of War.
ren Clapp and nthems, and Ira Diaper and others,
on tlie subject of ilie license laws.
; On monion of Mr Allen of Northfield, it was or-
dered, tliat lIe Committee on ilhe Judiciary .be di.
recied In inquiry, into the eXT,dienc5 of sn amend-
Ing the law ofulaachment, thIb all privale atsaclh-
ments shall be recorded in the town where time
property is slumaled.
A-hill esialiliiing thli dividing line between
Plillrpslon and Ronalston, was reported,and pa-s-
ed tio a second reading.
On unninn nl Mr TI.aver, of Braintree. lhie bill
In eslahilis. a new dividing line between Green-
'fiin and Deerfield, and Ihe repnor on lle petrlion
of Zwb Hawkes and others, were discliarg-d from
t'e orders ulr lie day., nr. assigned to Tuesday,
7th March, for con ider'tion.
In vonveniono of lie Iwn branches, Obadiah
Wood. of Merdun, was elected a Dinectl'r. on ihe
piit of the Co-inmonwealth, of ilhe Western Rail
Road Crporalinn.
STilhe Hnue pruceeed.l to ihe ord-ers of he das,.
and re-irrnd ihe crn,inslerlir in onl th- bill concerni
me t l'itnesses. Mr BIlke mnodl.liel the runoent-
minl heietinlore sul,miilled by. hirn.;. hutl Vihlt.it
taking any q' ies:inn, in preference to the said bill,
thIle Iusenu adjmiined. .
SATRDAOV, Feb 25.-In hlis Senate. Bill,.to ;n-
corp.-.rae the Wi sliiingran M .nul icinring C-rinnii-
ny i ir mrene Ihe e-i'nail of tle Si.ffollk Manufue.
liluing Companv ; I increase tihe capilsl of Iheli
Treinonl Mills; to increase 11ie capnal of the
Warrrn B-ink; aree reported, and pasted to ecc-
ond randiigs.
The ptniion rof Jimes C Vlhile annd 1.52 others,
of B.slon, pricing exempiron from moillteir i luy
for Ithns wili have onarienminun scruples respect-
in, i., was conim tllel in concurrence.
Bills to in'n irl rrit. ne, B-.-ion Grani-le Cnnipa,
i, aind ihu Quincy Granile C.ompany, and in ad-
dili.-n to rriecf in t inr'orpr.riue the B-stiun Gija Liglit
Co.mpanv. pisei-.Lo a Ihird reading
''Thl hill itr aul Ihe cronPlrue,.-n uf the %Inrces-
ler ar.nd N.:,rmi.-Ih Ruil Road ore ruad third rime.
Mr Pariker mrrov-d I.n I. 'rnd inl.J ti.1 seeion, ty add-
ingt I Ihe rund Ihor'e.,t, us Inlon ,, Cz :-
-'And prr.td -d ifurthir, that l.eflore the TTreasU-
rer of this Crrnmmonweath hall iisue any scrip or
certlficate ofdebl, in puirsuince of lilu arct, it shall
he made to app-ar to the Goi)ernor and ConuocI,
IlI.ail Ithe State of Ci.innerinilut has, by lelai ilive
.enanmeni, '-len oair hlindred thousand dti ir.
in the cap-idl lo,I ik o said company, or I.--s auih-
orized isl Trea-urvr toI issue scrip or cerlificale- di
debt io liat amnint Inr ihe pusplse of enaiblinuu
lie sailI Corpr.ny in complete thul part of lihir
roid wvhch lis it ilhin lie Svlte of Conneeticl." '
And r.n m,:,tion of Mr Park.'r, it was ordered
it i li ie que-li.n on tIlns amendment be lakrn i;i
yeas and nass; and being o taken, it wa. deter-
mined in the negative, as follow-, viz: Yeas 7,
Nays" 22. So said amendment was rejected.
The quemtron was then tlken n pamiin thie lbill
t6 be engrossed-and dpi,-rmined in lie aimrnaotlie
as ".llnavas. %.z : I ua. 20, Ni,. 8.
In ihe House, poiiiiri of James Tirrbll, &c.:
in aid of a petition ol Edwaid Glover, and others;
of Moses Hopkins and others, for the establish-
ment of a Bmnk i.n Greni Bairington village; of
Winm.P. Jennei and 87 others, of Fairhaven, for
an aimnndmeni of ihe license laws. .
The lull.,wing lills were severally read a second
time. To encourage the manufacture of indige-
noai, Sujar ; to in<:r-aie thI P Sp iirie ,,f the JIs.l
and Reg'iier rf Probale for N iriircliel ; to eimnbllih
:he Ilre et, erlei Sutic.n and N.rhl.r-dge; to in-
crease the cni.ilrisl-clk of tile Bnislol Print \V.orkis
to change ille nanme of ie Bridgewater Manimae.
luring Conipran' ; to srcure tihe city of B-slIon
c gan-l ItiNlsei, aiain of tlie ; o in,-rcese the c',pital
sul.ck r-f Ilh (I.'m i-sville Ciliron Msnularnieiitg
',imlinry ; reliinn., in un.'iiiin i-d diidends aind
balanres: ; o : a rt, r.d ilia iime .- fr payinrg rn 1lie
capil.l si..rk ofite Black l..ne Insumane-e Cimpan);
annid o incr.rnuorl.te he Haimpdeii Silk Marulftilctur-
it's C,..rrip'iivy : mie Nuirliampirn Siirir Beetl .'on-
p,,nn tihe Glen.al..- Mili.. ; the Berksihire Mining
C-m np.iny, an. Ihe FItiron Insuiin''e Company.
'I'le h.ll ti c.mhabljlili lhe IMutual Bm.nlk %as read
a second time, and refused a ihird reading.
The bill concerning Witnesses was again taken,
up, but no question was taken thPreon.
MorIDAY,Feb.27.-In the Senate, Mr Quincvy,
from thile Committee on Education, on so nimuih al
the Governor's speeclh,'ias relates to the M3aps,
School Fund and the Reportoftheia apporionment
of said Fund, reported that, sajd Committee be dis-
charged from tire further consideration 'therbof.---
Accepted ; and said committee were discharged
accordingly. r"
Mr Quincy also reported a Resolve on the Mes-
sage of'the Governor of the 14th inst. making an
appropriation for the trigonometrical survey of the
State. '
Mr Kimball ,presented a series of Resolveas
which lie gave notice he should move as a substi-
ttile for lle Resolves reported on. the 23d instant,
on tlhe subject of slavery; and said Resolves were.
ordered to b.e printed.
Ordered in concurrence, that the Committee on
Railways and Canals consider the expediency of
allowing the Commissioners of the Western Rail-
road, on thie part of.the, Commonwealhl, a reason-
able compensation for their services,.
Mr Dorr from the Committee on Banks, report-
ed a bill to increase the capital stock of the Boston
Bank.
The Reportsfon the doings of the Kilby and
Middling Interest Banks *ere accepted.
The Report on the doings of the Lafayette Bank
was taken up, arid on motion of Mr Hudson, the
S.-n'ile-proceeded toits consideration in committee
of livh whole; and after some time spent thereon,
Mr Hudson reported said Report to the Senate,,
and the question being stated, it was accepted and
sent down for concurrence.
In the House, On motion of Mr Hinckley -of.
Barnstable, it was ordered that the Committee on
Mercantile Affairs and Insurance be instructed to
inquire whether any and if any what alteration is
necessary in the law relating to the Inspection of,
Salt. -
Mr Emerson of Boston, moved a reconsideration
of the vote whereby the House onnSaturday refused
a third reading to the bill to. establish the Mutual
Bank ; and this motion was laid on the table.
On motion of Mr Stowell of Perft, ordered, that
frenm und after lhIe first Monday of March next,
lliis Il-.Iuse will hold two sessions a day, Saturdays
excepted, cnrmmencing at 10 o'clock A. M. and 3
o'clock P. M'.
'Mr Cook of Boston, from the Committee on
Moieanlile Affairs and Insurance, reported a bill
to incorporate the Washingron Wharf Company,
ai t-ch was read and ordered to a 2d reading to-
rn. r na in
BillI to increase th6 capital stock of the Bristol
Print Works'; to incorporate the Hampden Silk
Manufacturing Co.; and to establish the ite be-.
tween Stutton and Northbridge-were.sdverally
passed to be engrossed in coucurrence.
is Bills to incorporate the Berkshire Mining-om-
pany; to extend the time, &c. of the Blackstone
Insurance Company; to change the name of the
Brtdgewater Manulacturing Company; to in-
crease the capital stock of the Curtisville C. M.
Co.; to incorporate the Fulton Insuirance Compa-
ny; to incorporate the Glendale Mills and the
Northampton Sugar Beet Company. Severally
passed to be engrossed.
Bill relating to unclaimed .dividends and balan-
ces was read a third time, amended, and passed to
be engrossed.
The House resumed the consideration of the
bill concerning witnesses, but without taking any
further question thereon, adjourned.

TWENTY FOURTH CONGRESS,
SECOND SESSION.-


TuESDAY, Feb. 21.--In the Senate, Mr Davis
offered a number of abolition memorials, which
were not received; the motion for their reception
being laid on the table. On motion of Mr Wright,
the bill for'an amendment of the tariff was taken
up. Several articles, on motion of Mr Webster,
were struck out from the list of articles to be made
free.
Mr Davis moved to strike out the itemr of wors-
ted yarn from among the articles on which Ihe du-
ties are to be repealed. Agreed to-ayes 23.
Mr Davis moved to strike out common salt., Mr
Benton opposed the motion. 'Mr Wright did rinot
consider the compromise act bindingon any future


Congress, more than any nidinary law. Although
he supported a reduction of the duly on snlt with
relucliance, he should vote against the moIion. Blirt
Dtivis expressed a deirse to make some emrarkik
beforejthe q.-riion was taken, and alt 5 o'clock
the Senate adjOumned. ,
In the House,Mr Adams presented a leillr from
the Governor of .1l,,sachqetis, relative to a clannt
before the governmenle, which was referred to Ithe
committee ,n Wai i and Mean.. MrAdmams mov-
ed a siupensiun ol Ihe rule, for the purpose of re-
ceiving peliti .ne. Hie aid hle had n hundred -.nd
fory-kine petnions in his possession. Tie motion
was not agreed to
The business first-'in order, was the following
resoielions, reported by thli Cmmir:eeon Foreign
Affairs. . .
Resnli ed, ll:iht tlie independ.one.e of thie Guvern-
mcnl ofr Texas ought to he recogni.lzed
Resolved. that ihe Cummlerie on Ways and
Mean- bP directed to'prnvide in Ilhe Billi making
approrprialirns lor tlie ciuil ant dipilonimaric expen-
ses of the governineril, a salairi and nuifit I'ursuch
an rent as lihe Presidtcni mijy determine to .,-nd
to Txi a.
iMr Hi.ward. chairman of thi commillce, with' a
vifew no gie committees iinne to niker ilieir re-
DOIr.s, which lh-y had hIdal mut opporiunils of do-
iig for len d iys, moveFd i p.-.slpuie. I.e furltihe
cons.d.niraton olI le res Iulst n n T''huirday. Mi'
Ingerol mo vedii, lay ilia resolutions un thlie table.
.CirriFd-ye-ersfi'9, ni)4 E86.
Mr Peyion moved a suspensionn of the rule. to
enable him iu rffTer a moufn for iliu issue of a
subpoena 1. R Mi. rl.iiney. r:queringh; ini ,to ap-
pear efoi lle Mr (,rln.J's L.,uinini,eile and an-, s er
Imhe qJue.-lr.n, who ia Ishe atullnir oil I cnrila.n anon.
mous Ielter. The moinon fail..d-yers 8G, na~<
97
The Ilone thlien went into cr.mmrtee onf the
whole ori the Nrti Appropriat3in Bill. Mr J.ar-
Cvi Cviihdrew Irs aniendmerit 'relaitae ho line tEr
ploring e\i,.-dii'.n S.,ertcl rniendmnenis were
rare .d in. smong r-which was orne offered bi, Mr
Re.d nf Ma-s irchuseis, inernting an appipriain..n
r.I $410 ,011t), for building ,ix i's all vessels ofl rn.
eas iiitn 10 nor mn-are i in Il ginns. Saieral
iameridnimienrs irea piipor.id and rejected. At.
lena llt ImA cmmtllee nF-uae and reporlitd the bill,
and at hall pti 6 Ilie a -luuse adjouined.
'W'EDnMEu-arv, Feb 2-In the Saenrte, Mr
Tr.nlinri-on, Itom hlie Comnillee on P.onsuns, r.e-
ported a bill .I'iplna iri, i.. tie na.l l ar rEliefol
aimd.a s and orphan.s .u icli. ers and eIlderse *- hn
ha-ov di id in thie er..ice of ihe cc-.hniry, v.Ich
hias rei and aoldercd io a second reading. ['liiis
bill proridpes for windows wrio were such hit ihe
nten f nim king liheir fnpphliatiin, nouiilhlsandling
l hey i-nry have mirni-d Jgain ]
Mlr Tomlinson. from tlle imme comm;illee, re-
pnrled a bill In tre ive :ind cuniinue in fr.,rce ilie act
Ior the relief of'persons who received wounds in
the rerolulionary war, which was read and order-',
ed In a second reading.
On mnilnin of .Mr Davis, thlle-Senate took up a
bill to authorise the President to cause a publicc
vessel to cruise on the coast during the viniter sea-
son,,whicht was ordered to be engrossed..
Also a bill to change a Collection District, and
to make the City of Jersey a-port of entry, was ta-
ken up. Some amendments were offered and or-_
'dered to be printed--and the Senate adjourned,
SIn tlie House, Mr Howard;,from'the committee
on Foreign Affairs, made a 'report on the subject.
of Ilie Maine boundary.
ir Tiiomar, fI'.-, Ih.O' J-idiciar Comntillee, re-
porlted a Serile bill, wanl-runi amienJment .t- amTend
tlre ludicul S, stim of IInt U. S.
Also, wilh' an amendment, an act hto alter and
amend ihe act of the. 30th of April, 1790, for the-
punishment of certain crimes against the.U. S.
-Mr GIllbraith, from theaselect committee raised
on Its moi ion, lep.orltd a bill pro-viding for ilia
pun;-hment of ro i-auin notes .,' he ilsia Bank inf
i.e Li S [Thi lrill mali.- tie arm r e-is-irig
Im:e old noLes a misdemeanor,punishable'by a fine
if $1 ,000, one halfof which is to go to the inform-,
Er]
LMir Everett said lie wished to'wash lhiis hands of
thls sulijecl alngeMiher ; onil, thoullh a member rof
the select cnmminee, lie lhad tlak.n no part in its
proceeding ,
1 'HUR niD.Rl, Feh 23.
In tine Sinate, Ithe l. dian Approiriation Bill,andd
tlie uill lo miuil.rrise the Pres.& lntI to cause a pub-
ie vessel to cruise for tihe relief of distressed nav-
igators', were read the third tiaie'and passed. Mr
Clay's land bill was-taken up, and on his motion
laid on the table. A bill authorlsing tihe erection
of a .Hospital in Washington, and appropriating
$50,000 for it,, passed to a third- reading. The:
Senate resumed the consideration of the Tariff
reduction bill, and the motion to strike out "com-
mon salt" from the list of articles proposed to be
made free. '
Mr Davis spoke at length in defence of his mo-
tion to strike out this item. .He showed that du-
ring tIe period at the commencement of the revo-
lutionary struggle the country felt'the necessity of
holding out inducements to the making of salt, so
as to emancipate the country from the dependence
on foreign countries for that article. Resolutions
were passed in 1775'especially calling out the en-
terprise of the country on that question. He went
on to quote subsequent resolutions and proceed-
ings to show the progress of the historyof the tax-
ation of this article. It was raised in 1797, and in
1807 was repealed, when' the recollection of the
former'sufferings 6f the country had been forgot-
ten. The arguments used in favor of that repeal
were the same as those now used by the Senator
from Missouri. He begged that the Senate would
consider what was due to the fisheries upon which
the repeal of the tax of salt would operate mast
oppressively. It would have the effect ofdestroy-
ing that great nursery of seamen which had Uben
valuable to the country. .
In the House, Mr Cambreleng, from the Com-
mitteeofWays and Means, reported the billfrom
Sthe Senate, directing the kind of money receiva-
ble 'in payment to the United Sates, with an
amendment. He also reported a hill to authorize
the proper officer to credit the Treasurer of lihe
United States with theamount ofunavnilable funds
standing to his account on thI books of the Trea-
sury. lie also reported a resolution for fixing the
:hour for the daily meeting of tihe House at 10 o'-
Sclhok, and providing that the House shall take a
'recess from 3 to half past 4. Tihe resolution was
agreed to.
- The Navy appropriation bill, as reported amend-
ed by the committee of tire Whole, was taken up,
an amendment striking out the approprirgion of
$400,000 for completmng and equipping-tIe great
ship Pennsvlvania, was concurred in-yeas 125,
nays'55. Mr Reed's amendment to add $400,000
for six vessels of war of six to sixteen guns, was
."amended, by inserting eighteen in place of six-
teen, and so amended was concurred in-yeas
118, nays 46. Various amendments were aidopt-
ed, among which was one to strike out 30,000 for
bairranrks at Brooklyn. The bill was ordered to
a third reading, and having'been read it was final-
ly passed. Th''e appropriations by 'his bill amount
t(o-$6,700,000.
The Army appropriation bill as amended by the
Senate was partially amended in committeleof the
whole. The bill to authorise the purchase of sites
for Marine Hospitals on the Western waters, viz.
three on the Mississippi, three on the Ohio, and
one on Lake Erie, was considered in committee,-.
reported, and passed to be engrossed.

[For the American Traveller.]
ABUSE OF LANGUAGE.-Mr Editor:-The pub-
lic press is intended to reform and not to lead
astray and corrupt its readers. Truth and purity
should be its polar stars. Suffer then one of your
patrons to notice some of the most culpable instan-
ces of the common abuse of our mother tongue;
which defurm many otherwise respectable news-
papers, and tend to mislead youthful readers and
corrupt, with unintelligible jargon, the purity of
the English lahnuage.


We not unfrequently find in American, but nev-
er in English papers, expressions like the follow-
ing: "House to let," "Money to loan," ."To sell
at auction," &c. Now the youngest tyro in gram-
mar knows or ought to know, that to let, to loan,
and to sell, are transitive or active verbs; requir-
ing to make sense,one noun in the nominative
case, to agree with, and another noun in the objec-
tive case to govern. If then, in Ih'e first expres-
sion above quoted, the house be tie nominative, it
may well be inquired what is the objective ? In
other words, what is the house about to let ? Will
the house let its owner? or will the house let the
.,' P


brrher who aJeiltiies ii? Neitleri can be ile?
-meaning. Done the nwncr or broker inePnd tI let
the house ? If eo, lthe house is a noun subiianllve
in the objeeiive case, and id the thing t obe lei, arnd
not to let. 'lip owner or broker is the romina-
ltre, and to lev!, !ast 'i\/h,, bhe louse In be
sure. Well then, the hloule is to b, let ; and Iho
expression should be, House to be let. The same
comments will equally apply to ihe Fe\pre-,i.nn,
money lo loan and to sell, &c. which should
be, neon y to be loasred and to be sold. .r i' al-surd
10 suppoa'rlIhai money or cash'ever loiand ann
thing. And nowv, as ino ie lastl'bfriinnbnIbl, ex-
pression, we may further oblseve liai, in sell at
auction, is not correct., It ought 10 be, to be sr,ld
by auclion The word auction, in m.-.tern Latin
auctio, is 6lrived front Ihe Laiin partiriple aiiieum,
from the verb augeo, i hirh .gn-fies to incr.-ase or
rise from one point or degree to. another, to aug-
ment, enlarge or advance; and to sell by auction,
is to '-11 by increa-iigS or advancing the price, bids
oroffrs. To -ell -11 iricr.-.inra 'he bid-is proper ;
bui t.'sall at iucrare,r, ithe bids is ahbid. Th.ee
pre.vlent eirrc.r, r.r rtller I would call them heed
less blunders, I have never ,fund in an)' newspi.
per published in England, and, so far as I reol-
lect, in the Southern Sattes. We njist''tlherefore,
I fear, acknowledge them to be of Yankeeorigin';
liowerer slairni.-ul iher mayv ppear to ej en aeril.-
Iomed to the pare and 'uncoirrupied extpessions of
our mother in-ue I aY uild never einpl\ i'a br.o-
Iter %wlo would commit sn sell .an ouurage upon
his rwn language, %so in vwrie, .q' house to let, in-
stead of lioiir e to l.e 1,; moiney.Ao loan, instead
of mn ,ney tu i t riuan;d r.r a lh'p, c-if'rf e or ,'rn ir,
e-ll,inrsad ..f I t ..l s hli. i,.rie anun. Otlhered.
iior, r i.o nrii aRpprio e ltlIPe coniments, alll
promote- their ol.|clt by Iranier rirn them i Ir, ilieir
m olumns. Pi reR PENAE.

Zl--


TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 0I 1e37.

SNwe-:.RTr Nt) rAtilrrr.N RAILROAD -A meeting
was held last week in Newport.to consider the ex-
pe.ienc ofuft.onstr.ictingi a railroad from that place
to T,,union, -,nd a committee appointed to report
'al a futuira meeting. A 'ailement "uas re d from
which it appears that a railroad from Fjll River
village to the Stone Bridge-a distance of about
seven miles. can be constructed at an expense of.
less tharn .t,i10 per mile, and from Tiverton and
the Slore BitIge to Newport, two routes have
been examined, which are easily feasible. The
railroad distance from Newport to Fall River is
estimated at seventeen miles. The distance from
Fall Ri,- r to Tiaunton is sixteen miles. By this,
cnrlternpl led rous tIhe whole distance from New
port to B.oston will not exceed 65 ',miles, and at
the present rate of travelling will be performed in
3 hours: making a saving of 2 hours in travelling
from New York to Boston. The average cost at
$10,000 per mile from Newport to Taunton. a dii-
tance of33 miles, will be $330,000. The at erage
.power to propel a ton on the railroad from New-
port to Boston at the rate of 21 miles an hour will
not exceed. 14 lbs. and the.-velocity may be in-'
creased to 30 miles an liourwithbut a correspond-
ing increase of power. The contemplated loca-.
*tidn for this railroad is said to be remarkably favor-
able.

N. E. COFFEE HOUSE.--Thle followifig exlaset nf
dietter from a guest at one of our leading hotels;
we find in a Springfield paper of the 'last month.
Had the writer delayed his epistle till the present
time hli would no doubt ha Pe allindd to. the good
fortune of Mr Coleman;, in being able to. secure
ihe assistanceof Mr J. A. Savels, whom many of
our readers will remember as Boyden's right hand
minwvhe.n ilh- hnuse unafir-u opened. J,:hn can
draw a coik, d.:tT his beaVer, or crack a joke as ac-
ceptably as any publican in ourmetropolis; and
long may he remain to increase the smiles and com-
forts of the visitors of the New England:-
Dear Sir:-You may. safely recommend those of
your friends who come to Boston for a longer or,
shorter time, to the New England Coffee House,
kept. by Mr E. Coleman, in Clinton street, a few
rods from Paneuil Hall. The house is bui't and
arranged in modern 'style. and in good taste for a
Hotel, and will accommodate about one hundred
pesoans. The Halls are lighted with gas. .It was
opened some five or six years since, and has filly
sustained its character for good order, prompt at-
tendance, comfort &c. I am told by a gentleman
well acquainted with the most popular hotels of
the city, that in thle beauty and 'variety ofits table,
this house is not exceeded by any in the city,
while the charges are not near as high.

PRESENT TO T HE PRESIDENT.-A committee of
gentlemen in the city of New York, last week
waited on President Jackson and presented him
with a new and very elegant Phaeton, made of
the wood of the frigate Constitution. It was made
in Amherst in this state; of.a new model, and
singularly convenient, considering its dimensions
and lightness. The'skill with which it is put
together, and the construction of the springs, says
the Glqie, cannot be surpassed. All the iron a-
bout it received a perfect polish from the file before
fitted to its place; not a flaw was left to weaken
any part of it. The whole is adapted with the
neatness of finish given to the mechanism- of a
clock. ;We understand it would require at least
three thousand dollars to remunerate thebuilder for
his expense, labor, and trouble.

THE TARmF.--The Washington correspondent
of the N.-Y. Express gives some reasons for what
lie declares, to be.a fact, that the whole Tariff is as
much; an 'open,question as it ever-was, and that it
will.nut be agitated till 1842. I drangi, however,
believer there will be any legal action upon it this
session. Even-if the Senate should reduce the duty
on salt, which is but barely possible, the, act could'
not be debated upon, and voted upon at this late
hour of the session in the House. The great Tariff
battle is to be fought the next session of Congress."
-3-
FLORIDA WAR.-It seems that the notable In-
dian warrior, Oseola, has not been taken, as was
reported; and that Gen. Jesup has returned with
thb army to fort Armstrong. It turns out, however,
that some skirmishes had occurred ; a few Indians
and negroes had been brought in, prisoners, and
100 ponies and 1400 head of cattle taken by the
army. A general council of the Indians was to
be held on the l8th of January, and it was supposed
that it would result in a general peace.

COURT MARTIAL.-Gen. Macomb has ordered a
Court Martial at the barracks in Savannah, Geo.
on the 9th March, for the trial of Maj. William
Gates, and such prisoners as may be brought before
it. The officers detailed to constitute the Court
are of the highest rank; they are eleven in num-
ber, being as many as can be spared without man-
ifest injury to the army. Brevet Brigadier Gen-
eral H. Brady, Col. 2d Infantry, is the first on the
list. First Lieutenant W. C. DeHart,2d regiinent
of Artillery, is appointed Judge Advocate.

Errata in "Simon Jumper," Chap. 6.-For "grand
morass," read grand marias; for iorpats," read ar-
pents ,.1r "Capt. Ms...-e," read ,apt, A.--,a.


V tstAs L.uit amp.-A new map of Massachusefts,
Rhodea bland and Connecticut was some time
&ince prepared by Mr A. T. Wilcax, Middletown,
Conn. who appointed Messrs Light and Stearns
agents for this city. We have only within a day
or Iwo examined this map, which we find eecuted'
in a clear and handsome manner, and beautifully
colored. It is made particula-ly valuable by-the
plans inserted oh tLie principal towns and cilies-
ar B..ston, Salem, Lowell, Waltham, Pawtucket,
Providence, Hartford, New tlaven,-antd several
manufacturing villages. This.map in addition to
lIhe information usually found in the best maps,
contains tlihe Factories, Churches, Academies,
Banks, &c. There are laid down 12-44 Factories
-and 1560 Churches. it is really a valuable ap-
pendage-to the counting room or the library and
is afforded at a teasonable-price.

THE GREAzr METROPoLe,.-Thil work, which;
has caused a great sensation in England, has been ;
published by Theodlore Fosler, New York, in his
usual cheap and handsome manner, and is for sale
here by Oris, Broaders'& Co. who are Agensi for
all hls public.iioni. The 1ork isd already so ex-
tensively known by" the numerous quotations
which have appeared in the periodicals of the day., -
lhat it is unnecessary to give a critical opinion of
uIs nuerils. It was written 'by a person who co l-:
nlecid all his materials from actual observationn,
and who has never relied on casual or uncertain
Information. It describes personages and narrates
scenes of dep interest, lhjt have been overlooked
by other wri;trs, and aeveril editions will no doubt
bfi circulated Time volume forms a ponrtio of r
F ,ler's Cabinet Miscellany, a remarkably well.
conducted petiidical, which has for its object the
ripublication of iorks of meril, ihat shall not be
to. abslruse, and a'so of such works as are really'
found to be unusually mlf'raclive. r l l '

The Centinel and Gazette says that Blake, the
celebrated .hip nnv-s collector who would not
hesitate i.o un a mile and forego a whole night's
rest, to ge the latest item of intelligence, is sick,,
poor, and in need of pecuniaryassistance. The
merchants aould.find it for their iniereal to put'
Harry on hin legs again, not to mention othdr mo-
tive- for extending a lhelpin'hand.
Alexander Foss, truckmnan, was fined on Satur-
:day 5 dollars and costs for raising a false alarm or',r
fire. Served um righi. -
There have been llirtv three deaths'a week
from scarlet fever in New York, for the last three
months.
,.On Friday morning. a watchman in one of the
Lo'wellFaelrtes, vliile at worlk,acc;identally came ,
into collision eith some uf the machinery, and was
crushed lo dealh instanily.
The trial of the Hamblin gang," for an assault
on Bennett, of the New York Herdal,, has resulted
in a verdict of "(GJilty. .

[For the American Traveller.]
Nothin' but TRUTH will bear the light.
M1r Editor-I have noticed an aricle in your pa-
per over the signature ol Truth, aniniadverning a
nilih omeiiEerily on thecourse I found;t my duly
to lake .in reference to he petition of Wm Hales,
.B. Loring, H. A. Breed and others to be incorpo-
rnied as tlle' Bo in silk daring arnd printing com-
pan, in Lyorn. Thile writer of that article is as
aell known mas if his own proper signature was.
appended, to it, and his enduring hostility o m.e on
iall oecaionas is matter orf public noloriety in the
I.,,n i here aLe ;brmh re ide. But instead of being
Jlr:composed by this rene ed attack, it is matter
ol graiulaii.n wah mne, that my general course is
obnoxious to his censure; for were it otherwise, I
should certainly distrust its correctness. And
what is now the "head and front of my offending?"
"That I have dared to arrest the final passage of the
bill, and moved its recommitment to the samb
committee with instructions to report tire facts."-
Now has that writer ever been informed of the
rise and progress of the Lynn Printing establish-
ment, and can he inform the public under what
'auspices it,.was commenced ? Did he ever hear
of any person' contributing to that stock with an
assurance that he shoulO not be called upon to pay
for it ? Or does he now know of any person hold-
ing a bond to indemnify him against any harm or'
loss, if he would lend his name to the subscription?
And does he now know of any young man who
were induced to subscribe by seeing the names of
the persons above alluded to, onithe list? If he
is ignorant in these particulars he had better check
his spleen until h' is better informed. ,Perhaps
this veracious author of Truth can inform the pub.
lic, as he has undertaken to deal in matters of fact,
the bxact cost, of the Lyon Printing establishment,
whether it was 45,000, or $87,500, for as regards
this fact there are various opinions. And perhaps
also he can explain why it was that the dividend
of six pet cent for the last six months was not de-
clared according to promise. If your correspon-
,dert, whose whole life, has been a perfect enigma,
fails to answer these interrogatories, thus public
may look in vain for a solution, but if contrary to
all expectation he shall remove all doubts thus far,
I would next propound to him, whether the infor-
mation.given before the Legislative committee,
"that thIe works are in successful operation, employ-
ing one hundred hands," can be reconciled to
the plain matter of fact? for unless common re-
port is in an egregious error, they have been al.-
most totally. idle Ior the last six months! With
these' suggestions for the consideration of your
correspondent, I will'proceed to state some facts
within my own knowledge. Mr Halliday, the
former proprietor and owner of those print works,
managed by dint of industry and economy, to
clear a few thousand dollars, and finally consent.
ed to become a joint purchaser with H. A. Breed,
of the old Phillips Mills, on which site they erect.
ed a brick building for the purpose of enlarging
the works ; and when they were ready to com-
mence business the whole amount invested was
$25,000. With this expenditure Mr H. became a-
larmed, and fearing they could not make the busi-'
ness profitable with such an investment, he sold
out and became obligated not to commence in the
same business within 300 hundred miles of Boston
for three years. Now 1 have seen the schedule of
the property, and among the items, what was then
estimated at $25,000, now stand at 35,50Q., Oth.
er items appear to me to be estimated on a similar
scale of advance, and it is my conscientious con-1
viction that what is put down at $87,500, never
cost over 45,000. Entertaining these views, and


knowing the manner by which many were indu-
eed to become stockholders, I consider the project
but little removed from the various. bubbles which
have been got up within the last lew years for pur-
poses of speculation, and I have no disposition to
contribute, especially by Legislative sanction,.any
project which in my opinion contains so many
characteristics of deception: nor will Iever lend
my aid to'enrich one man, to the'manifest damage
of others... And can -tis veritable champio'fbt


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lhis frrnderputationclearutip llthis rubbish and the very moment tit its being put, withdirw h t IO i le OfineArts i Mast.. "o.g, P-ORK,~ -. ....AMS_----I. Ta. to.IBI.a. .ch..ai..d.. .. .
how the public what is the real value ofthe ftimhself, thuscanceding the point for which .he NationaGallery THE YOUNG MAGIIAN, Ar" .BRLSheavy Western Clear Pork7 .1I..,.-..-.1r.... ..... _I-a...-
-Lynn Print Woriks stock, thlie.India Rubber, Mal- had contended with Mr Park. And as to the oth- Messrs fltcher Nolcnfor S Nhs re TAS performed, during the wo last weeksI at the 60 200 do do do Mess dor ... ... .
". "i At~ 'l and Il HE Proprietor of the above Establishment re- ]ri 'AN e rfoeNGLdurD M het, wiat heekts, tihes ue- 3 J 00 dOtisdo- 6 C ea do M ss "ok-_
leahle tIo, or the Eastern.Land stock, and how or assertion, tie "dinner time"is a 2'clspetflly anno es to hisaocpatrons and theub- c.. NEH -EiNGANDgMUEiUMi a ith enev esue- t 0Is North0erns Cleoar PIork ;
far lthe Nahant Bank is indebted to these various the members that day were detained ten minutes lic, that owing to the inclemency f the weather the n i s eno e i aopr Legerdenain a 250.brls No. and rime do .
a k jobbing projects, for ita present enviable after the usual time. We aresorry tospoil a good pa st b fami wee t balancing are trulybwno derful You had Lbeter came 5 250 kegs, prNime quality, Ohio Lard On nd after trdn .Oct Itt cpi
,rmvsiigh Ihbiia h a Een tdhed o aand e ing a e-egirusyw uarder bful or~adet8,eachevme- 50kgpin uhy Oi ad 1'Oadate audynx,.coe I.,tec wl n
condition ? story, but truth requires it. 0eftfet a re-en agement with Mi FLETCHER, the n i. O l begns querloe 8 ea 2 30 c s do do .do as d eliws:- i .
ORIGINAL deflneator of ancient Statuary, and Mr tfing. Only2,5ecents for tile, whole. jan T4 300 canvas do.., do, do. dos ..... Le.vive.Tifunton ffirBoston gnd Providencee,
When these things shali be satisfactorily ex-,The new --0bsSReu sa.orser" at Wash ngton, which G -cb.t 82OASKE & G ee ry 2 c(undaytcipted.).
plained, and it shall appear that I can be inst'ru- Tenw"eomr a ahntn hNILGHNTS e MO eRaEd.iait,[ F.RSX !L1][Yr BLAKtE & C[O., ). Is a' N ]Beef; '. .Ii ..... 12. ..
plained, and iti ha pe nteret o an be myon- takes the place of the "Telegraph,"' takes strong NIGHTS MORE. lock IMPOIRTERSOF Hall. .... e -" -Leave Boston and P.ovidence,
07 PThe Performance In, commence at 8 o'clock. IPOTES Flala riS Neats T pariges, &vc. & 6.. P ... .. -.
mental in promoting the interest of any of my con- grondatth outset.. The editor thus concludes Aditeeonts o c ee a 28 DRfY GOODS AND DEALERS IN .For sale byJ.&N. FISHER, 74 & 7 Frneui ngTrain,daily,ato 'coc,(nndaysex .epted.).
rundatoreoutet.- T leedior hu dmttace 5 cnt.iftl,3-l -. Evi) n e ning -It- 3 46 11. ... 11
tituents, without giving my sanction to what I I Reformer is he title we WOOLLENS, Hall Market. epDis&os3m octi21 Tickets to.Bostqn, I .
believe to be fraud, I will most cheerfully con his- hs ,ord h Refor me is the o t we have in, BOStonI Academy of. Music. VNos. 83 and 85 Milk Street .nearly posite Kilby -" ,:I .; witt B, .- t I A//",a roitd .. $1 0 ".
ri have assumned-.RyiHoT is The object we nave in Ivvsr -xw .teii th ye opposite Bo k. Slb I-..Jtl ..8. HtiCo I" 11bgag~ h P ovidnce, &I. .
bute my best exertions to that end. In the mn.ean nt I e pr S Io: nx o iher ,ar SEVENTH CONCERT. r i tew Arn telc.y .Er.S. .. Saesilettlbeinreadinccs.onthete-All agofergageath'srsk.'orn-.
.. I ie-andb- rll"e il kowHE Sevneth 'Concert-, by the Choir and Oee- I"- It., E. a"es vi 1 e -nrad niso h .....fil irmrn
.imne, I will take the liberty to say to your corres- vIen and h cubri, thawihi sisaodot ee p i ng veentCpassengersaeeew JE.O OWssr troro Fall
.t ime,1 f to tte h t t. s Y o ou.c rt s- Y nam es hut Reform ers and R oyalists." T L ralhf the A cadem y, w ill be given at the O de on, I GE ORGE B .I B TArXE SO -,I .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .... ..ctfully -- ,- Rti- ve r, ~and .. n will lOeave N'y rew b edfordgr t ',atew4 e eloc .k, .A e. 14'... ~
pondent, and to all others who may question Athe A large bull dog, exhibiting, as was supposed, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, March Ist, as foll- feb 21 D isly JOSEPH W. P TTEi rs tye ci e s he ha and all t vereat eclc A.M.,day,(Sud7ysexcep.ted)
I seAlargebulldog, xhibtingam, ws T Smlows*.-,-. PART I. ] on- r iit..... Ct. ha rODS." Ln- Drl. gotI2 .yar.pattc 1 e'swo, elK ..... and Fall Ii......5Ocok. lif=..aiy, Sn .xcptd
propriety of my course, that I purpose to act with symptom of hydrophobia, was killed in Sum- .to Hamono rs translated from the Ger- Admiss. on ieC ed to 1 0tS. had thesatisfaeon of curing Scrofula WieSwe-ll. Pasegerswi.ilug to take carriages qfortle Cars, can book
Ie.ery sympo rup ydrphi,w il n I.- Ode to, Harmon, words translated ro heGr .....' o.....=....l ascnp
out Rrte annotnut averr short time! ilgs, I-3; White Swellia 's from injuries, lRheuma-hiraetese it'taefl w.... ... t.
single eye to what shall.appear to be my duty, sciy on Saturday. He is said nan, by S. A. Ilihot, tlhe melody composed by lR.main in Boston b ,'o- hr "ie sS we nrm ue- h" .... "
-unbiasised 'by'flatter r eand unmovedibyicensure" r amRoSseau harmony and Orchestral acompa- .THE EXHIBITION.OF. "PRE COLOR- ._d... tsm and.oDropsy on the Knee, 419; Mhp Ihseases, inrreadiness.". ,
nbiassed by flattery, and unmoved by censure: to have belonged to some sailors, one of whom osseau, harmony and rrhesr accompan- D STATUARY 397 Ti Dolereaux and Sciatic afeetions, &c. 341 Earlyarrangementswill be made for the transportation or
"cor 'meres. by the Abbe Vogler; -"" o -,ne :_. E T T"R_37 TcDl r ^- u_ :nd S.._a- io d J r lmerih eofwc'due notice vol be given;
ndhenyourcorrepondentin vereand ..Soothen your t chestra a ,anscorrespondent", :teeaTruth" shal eitrneoa"ernainthehand.I estnforacatisasuca sf an. 3Fort ur r, on r c- "OEL ic ter portatioa.
porte into his composition any ingredient, (un- The schooner Hudson, which arrived here Sun. on a Themet. t's shade a short ime only.-En nce, North rear, in the pas- ties, Curvaures of the Spine 42 heumatism Taupton.. August 8. ag 16
mie"wt,-hs s ntfwn n yc p an y ta 3 C ou, from Moses n E y t: "Nigh-'s sh ade noa short nime on ly itra nce, Northl rear, n tile pas.,t~i~es,.512'3k;raC uireva tfueretsionf.sthaeiSdpinei-4-2; lt neumati ,IS. ug 1
mixed with:his usuar fawning sycophancy.) tat day, passed Chatham on Saturday, and saw a large ^nor, &om Moses i ig Rossini, sage between Boylston Market and the Vegetable 307 Paralytic,affeetions aanrid Loss of Power, 289 "s'.BECKVITJIH'S -
shall bear ay resemblance to that heavenly attri- ship sunk on Pollock reef, with all her masts 4.Oner ure: "L'i taliani in Algieri f,.' Rossiai M 7 e. xh noticonsetsof Eighteen Figures asHs charges wil not, e idsa1 v tyaosit e Patients, An '- -ptic Pll. .
'bute, he will,1e more entitled to notice, than e gone, and nothing standing but her bowsprit and P., K.RT, IF T ," large and colored to life, and are acknowledged ly who cannot call o Dr H.he will ,isit at their resi- rnr ANTI-DYSPEPTIC P .JILS have been
large nd coloredtoolifeuaca]sfi66 yBelie wildvisit atsteir Yrsi-
*has heretofore, merited; and if hlie should again hib-boom-2or 3 small schooners were near her nt rman of'hillera b, the great numbers that have seen them to.beune. dences Dr H, wil rceivevists at hs room's, 297 a o successfi ly employed in almost every va-
throw off this nss-soom-2 or 3 scroll schooners were near her, words translated from tile German of aciller, by ..I .,ir s n meinnf -Art Tlie Fiures reres .it W linlo sirsl,. at l 'hos n.'retyof functional disorder of the Stomiach, oevels, e
make his appearance, he had better throw off but no one ascertained her ir name. the President of the Academy; music composed by quald"etr sf i he ingrscene F ngtostrc aall aog us.in. t all patie.ts.. peo- Liver and Spleen such as heart-burn, acid ruca
I I tie Presient of ll theSllalemXurder~eink thepartingscene o J. F. r [I wllwmake c,.harqes-a~a inst allpatientts' pll i ve n Sle-;s a ertbr,'cdc-ca
disguise, which o ill befis him, and- The T roy Budget states that the interesting son Rombe rg I .h. b.,r,,ifl PoemI Knapp with his father; also, the parting scene be- pie in low circurmsancees will be liberally considered.. ons, nausea, headac pain and disunion of the
-proper signature S. OLIVER ... tween Joseph J. Knapp. and his wife. Rev. E. K. Poor patients can receive advice gratis... i i. Stomach and Bowels, incipi'bi Diarrlea,.Colic,Jaun
proper signature OIE. ofMr D. S. Kittle, only four years ofage, fell from which describesthe various scenes.and purp oses for C h .m P ma.e dlce, Flatulenee hariu.l eosti'eness, loss of ppe
,1 the third slory of the Mansion House in that city which a bell may be used, and the singua 'The ExectionSeneof ibs and Wasley, Pirates ,. lite, sick headaci sea-sckess, &c. &c. They are
i.. . : yn l n o s n tI t t y ,---. h i n T h e E x c uti uS e uen o f* G ih b s a n d W a n s le y P i r a te s ; ,1. ee l s a ic ie & c
.Notices by the ay-sde-FromNotes takenin18.1 ws naanni killed l 'ropriate characterof the music, A" is rs Whipple. and Jesse Strang,her Paramouradd. VaS safe and conrortable Aperient for Females during
No. X. ....e. duced the academy y to bestonwpartiuarpan t he murderer kf her husband. trbLIVESODA& PALM .<.)'.r.o.ro qu', pregnancy anpd sbsequentcoimenetrelievgsk
T.. 'The New York papers hnve extracts from Glas. introduction. A tranislaltion of the words,winreer Admi0t',an-e o r ,12 cents! Open every da and y, packed i boxes of.. o rn salt esale somac, eaachearbunadnayf
P T i t m N .Y "I -I ".-I"t Ah x n o n ly 1 2 J e n t s .! ,- p e n e v e r y d a y a n d i t y D a c k e d h l f l u x e s o f .a .i J o z ., u e -ic h s a l c n e s s a t ,f i e s t o m a c h h e a d a c h h ea r t b un, a n id p ia o y f
_t.a,. .. gow papers to Jan 14; They contain nq political ee o e Msic has been made li h evemg, frbii 10A.M. to9P. M. Fe6 1l4 in any quantity, by WM. C. I'S 0 N CO. Ni. le incidental ne us aflins. ierary mensu
In my last I forgot to mention one thing, not, ,I purpose, and an editipn of the work has been .. pu 3 & 4 outh side Faneuil Hall spit ul\ 1 dents, and most oher pe.rsoris of sedentary habits lind.
nhenk es ;one which I shall now news. A l Glasgow appeared to be in Pcommo oedcith a Piano Forte Accompaniment, which )t is t 3la k4goithg.. te vnae euiia r convenient Tlos< who indulge loo fidreely
think, on uninteresting one, which shall no.w io e honor of Sir Robert Peel. hoped may prove generally acceptable.' .TOR lU.t a .sm 6r.- o L ND w .t .Ai f 1 in the pleasures of The ta h find spee relief ro
toi, ton, theaonor~ofSiruRoberitPeel., .- no8eu may profege;eP .lr-t, 4 ,-I o- ..L VN.r wit!) A N C-44 ldU' '. ,%C 'll '-fi''lceC| |olr .i.u olaueo'l al idsle-eif Ie
proceed to notice, In the pleasantest part of Chat#- ...... ....... Tickets may be obtained at the usual places. and od .el"lio, ,Houe. 1rnu 'ind, new Shop Pi; L.ELN TS. thesese, < f c.:rr,...,,...... ,i,,.,i...r,, ,, .ch siiuw,
quy, Iwhich by the way is not saying any thing. ,TO TH ,EATRICAL lioAGERS-. Vo understand: -Performances to commence atJ pasl7. n, (fbr.,r,..n., t ,ih ; ,, c,! n.no ,[l,i[ it aadanaque. l.>Ial[,S ..l Dnt,.nel n,:I .,,.J rh.;ce paern-, and t,. akis i he liK. ,\ d p e. r P il dih-' %are aval
":~ ~~~~~ I.. .". :-" .- -- .# % '." dut.1 ]l. h _ehar,.n 114.ua D ver a r,, d; -rj,. ,P,,:, r.J[, he'he,%t 3Le !hoe wn oeore .tlf nlra w te ala.t
very great, i n a not inelegant house, withvery thattshe ptendid e slaidamntofhie Lion Thea- RAIL ROAD COACH ARKRANGE- .,,_ i a'r_ o_,...or,;........ -. I. lrsa.,a_
thing enough to make a comfortable living, resides -*r, in the course 'che o sprng, 'iNll be leased fbr PAS 'GERS within to of CALVI BIGF'LOW, or the premises' the c',. ni i.. ,i A' S .J'l,,\'-", "..,rI. ,,.:-. and fever districts,will find Ihen-a favorable adjunct.
..".P. ASSEGRS.,ishing t fCL" N 0gLW f tepense.tec:," o .iA lVIlN- -a. n evrdsritwl"fn hmtfaoaleajnt
a small, straight,not uninteresting, quick motion- a term of years of soMld, with:itA extensive and take the Providenceor Taun- feb 24 . Sign. 0. J,, I..,ulJde.n Canl..,' INo 51.11, street. Thosewhoare exposed tthe vicissitdes o weather,
Sed man, who has. long been. known by the high- rich wardrobe, scenery, ,properties .&c. It is not ."ton Chars, can book theirnames c F"'eh S.lI .ec with perfect safety. In Ill doses they atre a highly
-sounding title ofGov.Robinson. He possesses the yet fourteen months since it was erected and fin- 0 -'- House, Milk street or Wash- P very upeimr I ri.'if: ,i. nnH ,urp.-i. d efficaciousand safeAiti-Hilious AMedicine. The3 sel.
title of Governor in the some way that many oth- ished by the powerful company owning the Zoo- ingto0 Coffee Housa, 158 Washington street, and be Y 8. 1 )s. ,-. .re.., le ,,d u,,qu,hiiJ ... dom or never produce sickness at the stomach ogri .
in-tn Cffe Hose,158 ashngtn sree, I I I "IThedfoloringehestoryofues kes;ttlhePstomSandch da o
Srrs, in other places, possess the title of Governori, logical Institute in New York, who have a capi- called for at any part of the city, and carr ed- otheapoai he s r h this Fl ih recl iedas ti following history ,ofhe P s, and evidence of
... depot. Fare 25cents. x~LYSI AN HODSDO. bs n nw ie tpriual eial.S h olwn itrfh i.s
'General, Colonel, Captain, Esquire ;-not because tal otoverhalfa million invested, in no fewer than, COLMAN-,121 Washingiton street feb.-24 I their efficacy, has been furnished me.by Dr .
....11 r N 11"1-1"11.. .. "D.A. SiR--More than .twenty years ago', hndl
it has been legally bestowed upon them, but by sixteen exhibitions. It has been determined by The NatonalGalleryU ofFie Valuable Real Estate for Sale ;res.A dein oeot r l .itlelw .
the common consent of the 'people with whom the directors of this company, in consequence of Haleyoccuied byhe Zoloica 'Ar NEWTON CORNER. ".try in ths Sate, employed ihe ,rtice of "y .
people... TNththalwhoelyccpied by the Zoological In.- ,'"YNWT'oN CORNER. ."I ;Ijljplayd in he pr.... ..f ie '
they side. In the same way that many have ac- the magnitude of their operations, to divide the stitute, is now open, where itwill remain through A NEW two story Dwelling House, erected the when;in consequence o an attack Of Yellow everr'
quired the title of Daddy, Uncle, Aunt, as Daddy country into four sections and their menageries in- themseaso%. Open eve ry day, Sundays exceed, t la season,inish d'in god .styleand built afty succeeded by a protracted quau ague I was con.
'Capn Ucl i"A tPeg" ad ay"thr. oasmay prtan o lease the wboh Ir hrea on lock:A. M. till 10 o'clock P. A. Admit. the most improved modern plan, combining conven- I I .polled to haure myre.sidence, and settled'in this eiiy
"Chapin, Uncle JimAunt Peggy and many others, to as many parts, and to lease the whole or thretance 25 cents. Season Tickets to admit a Gentle. ience and elegance, every way designed to promote ,-.My Liver and Splen had become enlarged, and their
.ot because they bear this relationship to the per- ears. In fact, the wild beasts, cages, horses, man and Lidy, St. f: eb 28 the comfort of a gentlema n of leisure desirous of be- I, .. d catreqnt ador
p ingf'siuiated in a pleasant village near lth6 city-^or for b 'l .siiiitie atckitn s of *Ja ununGdtic ui ith c~j o rf o el
offls who designate them by such titles, but be. bag-age wagons, &&. have been already thus di a f, hap -L t,,a--*,l,, igiutdinapesu dlaena h et-o'~ ."'"' .'*stionseqenattak f.a D icfit s atenat, rper-
os who designate them by s titles, but be baggage wagons, &c. Have been already thus di- Guardia 'SSaIeOfPaStre an individual wishing to receiveboarders as there A Remedy for Nervous Headache, Palpitation haps conseqenl Dyspepsia. in many of its a tressin
cause, from some pectiuliarity belonging to them, posed of; and one division brought,more than LA D are constant applications for themost partof the sea. -A the Heart. Oppression of the Breast. Flatulency,, ors. Areebly to the usual medical treatment,
fl y, .. .. d ffeet rp a-a ,sfMrcr eesd lcn
,they appear to be everybody's father, uncle, aunt. $0,000 a year. -T ILLbe sold at Public Vendue, by order of the son,there would be no difficult in'procu'ring as many flyingpains i tide, Arms and Limbs-mostval- di operations bf Mercury ere used iu con. .
y Lapp y b l n e n os Court of Probate, on Monday the 17th day of as might be wished for. The House has two elegant able for internal and external Humors ,-for Canker lunctIlon wih other remedies,;bunt with the uniform el.
.-A o ahrn n rcigs ay ,u t Te Lon i ey 'lgan'rt arossacandn esntachn coet ichn ntlw yesnsa cidroitdostre-th et et fprdcigan'tnsI famannuoItl
..As or fthering and uncling so many, I.must The Lion ay o April next; at two o'clock, P. M. at the house of the parlors, spacious and pleasant, a china closet, kitchen, ingrown persons and children, it i'positively the best feet of producing an glextensive iiflarnmatioi-upon the
confess it'disagrees with my Sentiments of polite- situated on the "Broadway" of our city and will lateI saa Homes, deceased, in Hopkinton, about sink room,&c.-combining every facility for culinary edicie ever offered to the public surface resembling rsipeas, d known yi
ness- Persons addressed by such a familiar, and contain about 2500 persons. The pit alone willf teenacres of PASTURE LANDosituatoenearth p oe Aoreenchamibnersoand sl ngroo s. reificatesmay be seenoat iyrOffice, No 59 Union anbythe nameao NercuealEr)t em -a
hesston andn ddisd by s c f di a n u ps esIts out-doorA advantages e e h i brare in jco andwiseS ein f Snt'erior to its street," e tfi aeB =oston." .m a b e n t z m e. o 5 U Ion len gtha o bobligedth t mto abandon, M e e rai~ts nse balto get her,th aand oto
asthey have reason to think, disrespectful title, seat700. The house has this advantage over oth- h Mellen pasture so-called belonging to the heirs internal conveniences. There is a wood and chaise Price 25 per Bottlc with the Pills. tax my resuters lor some substilute for Merury, un-
generally l16ook our, and as though they felt in- er theatres; it may be used fo equestrian exercises of said deceased, and is sold for their benefit. Con- house, an excellent well of water, &c. &c. A liberaldiscount to Dealerstosell again. der such peculiar circnmstna.ces. After much iuves.-
ured. I never saw one addressed in this way but or the legitimate drama, or a union of both ; and editions made known at the time of sale. he advh itages accruing to any one who shoulder TI ATES"i asi t o pn anytrianswceel o opsitioflsih'
DEBORAH HOMES, Guardian. purchase this estate, are such as would be particular- CERTIFICOATES, ..I. .Pillgashtinonad an, tio as, tere!omyploshoeltwinshe
what appeared ruffled--the muscles of his fore- a responsible and enterprising manager would Hopkinton, Feb. 24th,1837. feb 28 y desirable to all, situated as it isin the midst of re. Scifuale,March 12,1836. I was afflictedsixyears with Dis- and expectations. My health i was perfectly restored,
head were contracted, and his eye-brows drawn, find it for his interest to obtain possession of the Business and Family ous v swhroneca aveces to a n caan p. rsucansoredloines gavemereief. Isvereed although si eaterod, In m hpae ad e o
down. The' titles- of colIonel, captain, esquire, pre IsIs. I j Business .and Family church of religious worship of his own choosing--it =uchandwas reduced verylow. A friend of wine Iecom- vere attaeksofbilious lever, arisingfrom esposUre to
down. The titles-of colonel, captain, esqui pre mises. N EWSPAPE S. being ot a mile from the Rev Mr Francis' church, "mendedto me the Jelly of Pomegranate. I hohttvo but- the vicissitudes'of a southern climate..while engaged
usually sit easy upon a person, but that of gover- uWAYS OF LIVING on SMALL MEANS."-So Iruh C T Y. Courier & Enquirer, $10-New Yorker, I mile from Rev. Dr. Homer's, and l1 mile from the cured. It is now threermonthsince, and have had no ill nn. i extensive professioital pursuits, I have never taki..
rforn h 1 l o e to *h.--Sunday Morning News, 3-Philadelptia Bapst Theological Institution-together with its : HANNAH LITCHFiELD. one partice of Mercury in any form, and still enjoy ,
nor, for some reason or other, sits i11 upon one. has been said pro and con, of this little book pub. National Gazette, 8-Saturday Courier, $2-Phi- proximity to the rail oad, being ne minute' s walk Coh7sse, Marchl,1886. child gilofsixyoarsold, sound health. Having, subsequently, frequent ocena-
whom .I mkeitti bjcttoeYet' ,not-Ja iobeoprsciboni csehshesmiarchrctrbh
whom it does not belong. listed by Light & Stearns, which appears in a ladelphia Mirror:'.3-Saturday'News. $3. 'from the dppot,-are enough to make it an object to was afflllicted with a.humorever since two years rf... .... i sionstoprescribe for cases ofa similar character, bt
t was different "with Governor Robinson A third edition to day, that we are really curious to Boston Agency tor the above at COLMAN'S Lit- any personwishing to retire to a pe santhealuthful ,egn to e vehry -rolesome,.principally ,onI ,..l:... -J under great variety ofmodilications, th Pils came
glow of satisfaction beamed upon hii fade and a I erary Rooms.I fell 28 '' village, slid at tile same tittle be vithin '151miuute s' faces. I thought the Jelly Pomegran'ate a udSalt .h-.a ..,i- into very common use in my .Practice; and as the at'-
glow of satisfaio beamed upon hi face see a copy. When the eager -demand of the rest r. I. ride of the Metropolis. ment, prepared byDr Gordak, used it according to his direc- flicted are usually communicative of their complaints
smile lit up his countenance when he was address- f the world is supplied, we will hoeo have ou Marsh, Capen & Lyo Further particulars of this etate may bc obtained otlassince, and mor child appea d .Itasin oi and their remedies, each has contributed to extend
ed by his usual title I was at his house when a w i cfi O. 133 Washington street, have just published of WM. F.,HARNDEN, at the Boston and Worces- WM. BROWN. the reputation and use of the Pills, till at length the
S.. w graified. he CONSTITUTION OF MAN, considered ter Rail Road Ticklet Office, or of dOHN H. FUL- 1oston, Noy.12,1836. Two months before I applied tu Dr demand for them -greatly exceeds my leisure to sup-
pompous proclamation came out in the newspa- K. in i luu1on to external objects-by George Combe- LER, on the premises. Gordak,I was taken with a 0Cugh, attended with a dull head- ply. With regard to your request for ,errficales uf
pers, announcingwitha very large capital WHERE- MARRIAGES. 7th'American edition, materially revised and en- Newton, Feb. 22. 1837. tf feb 24. ache. The co ing kep growig worse a shortness of b lrealih their efficacy, could furniih mure than you would be ,
I AS, and puriportinrig to be signed by his Excellency In this city, by the Rev. Mr Blagden,, Mr. Aaron R. larged. ,l CR Oe .- alarming. I applied to Dr G A w n ordak;e gave me.two kinds of Sa but
a Snow to Miss datherine Peterson, all of thiscilv The jSilk Raiser's Manual; or the Art of Raising ..'raday ew.ok. -1i dcne helll amrong adPhnoar~l erile sthe y mrestn ellgent intievSahte ;buynd thinei
Jonathan -Robinson, Governor and Captain Gen. In SouthBostn Mr James D. Bates to Miss Lou- and'FeedingRaSilk Wormsandof CultivatingRlhe I h. I AMRA N OTEL, haring tooink;theJee fc o me a ro ante, i trePulsonsan eeved vriadle, irteyare seldom.ofrv a lueaheyond tle.
eralef the Chataquys. I had the curiosity to seu- isa A. Bown. Mulberry Tree-translated from the French. E N OEL immediate relief.- In the course of 14 days I was entity immediate ircle of ti wrier's acquaintance. I wiJl,
A. Blown. i ~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~- recently undergone extensive repirs ad aerle. as o 4dy 61 hwvr ieyu_~bviihw
tinjze him "*lien he was reading it. His counte- In Charlestown, Mr David Haiyes to Mrs Cecihia Finlays Greece ofSc opedition, with 101 plates, n pairs and o dto.. ELasOs N F. ROBI hower, e o w re sent me by P -
of..t on, ve. 12,1936. Iwas subject to canker in ,il,- .1 .; .[.z 1, 1, ut i) ng r ssional respectability. .
..- .. hessman. I" Shaw's, Arcit~ect--Fourth edition, with l01 plates, alteraliion ifami ues oand vsiors.ile rcrya- .aosthoatn 9 ouhao- y;nteeiitoh~i .. "r .J ri\'etyabshd. Bfeyodti-h i
nance was animated, his eyes looked brighter and J Newton Lower Falls b e Rv Mr ar revised and enlarged feb 8 Imwton f es a isrs vrya throat an t a y trou eed. this t Pills
...Ill Newton, Lower Fall, by thhe Rev. Mr Bavr- e d eb 8 tention will he paid to the comfort and aceomnioda- ..:I-. I .;.- .......,...,i,:. ,....h- .. i. .IJl" .r i -I r.-.: I ,_ ..I I. ,-. ;,, .; ,.. I -
morepiercing than before- his motions wereae- Jr_ r.* *L -.FJ j I- M; H,1o, hJo,, .. : .. >no r-tho6 w o n,,vorthe stablismentwir ,,.ji,'J ,,. ,, i,, i,, r .,., ,,r(c ,mp -.;__t .- m .rthei,-
celerated, and he .walked quicker and stood -- -- F THE ART OF MAKING SUGARFROM 1heir patroniige. 61 feb 7 c.. .e hve-bedn free of ae. Ia, t.."l ,,-1it.,,. .I. II,.. ." ;:'. 1, ...:h -lihr3 c.r, rcom-
'i r hn un c o oDEATHS. H AR O A UA F. cured, andrever siece a een free of canker. I really I t
straighter than upon common occasions. And ...J' .BEETS, including the Cultivation of the Plant, .. 1The Edinburg R hReii ewl. think there is no medicine for canker equalso the Jelly Pon,. mended.. They contain no Mercury, nor any other
nr In this city, on the 19th-inst. Mrs Rebecca, widow and the various'improvements in the -Manufacture.- r]HECl X n r B1egranlate. ELIZABEiH L. MERkITT. Mineral-they --..;i i,.?r,:-,'..'. Topretenfdlthat
contrary to my expectations, there was not a word of the late John Kimball, formerly of Salem, 52 3 Mr Published and for sale by MARSH, CAPEN & LY- H CXXIX numhe ber o is lourna l w as repub' BolnJuly4,i. Droordak, Sir: Icannot help c itheyare an if r..,. ry sate of disease
of disapprobation against any one. 1 tarriedabout' William Smith, 28 ; Miss Elmira Farwell, of Wind- ON, 133 Washington street. feb 28 le y e suscber last week. knowledging myratitude to you for the. cure I received, in forwhich they are recommended, would be nonsense ;
', Vt. 19. CONT'ENTS. the use of your.Telly Ponegranate and Pills. Disease was" but that the3;'lialvebeefn )proved to be more generally '
an hour, and he even assumed and in reality be- Cso (,arlestown, of lung fever, Capt. George.Wes. Dr. olMlbe1s. Ph lysoogy ]. Sir Tiomas Browne's Works.I a universal weakness; I eas so low that I was unable to walkb I ae hang
came possessed of considerable dignity. Besides ton, 38. F. --F INDIGESTION-cheap edition. Just pub- 2. Rich's Residence in Koordistan and'Nineveh.' ,outrthe house, and continued togrow "veakereydyAy. I a d heswithy which I anm acquainted, I confidentlyc
3.* Poggio's EpsJe. l.Ncna ed.in .U~ nu- QVw\^ imised your Jelly Poe"ruslannle and rils with such successs, that 01 tlhc sil .r with which I am acquantied, I confidently"
this, ie went into'conversation upon the affairs of IRoxbury, Mrs Martha H. wife of Mr W. F. Strat-.3a h Oh eErsE..ItC E listed by MARSH, CAPEN & LYON, le L4 Val Ei, f tbes. lIe ol r,,k I nhs ent rl cured. JOH y tsen. assert froen amp experience. They have for many
of ton, and caughter of the late Josiah Child. 33. Third American Edition of this excellent work. For 4 Wll oilEirypiian Hieroglyplics and on the Dorchester, Nov. 6, 1836. Ihave forseve-al years been af. years been the established domestic medicine in many
state, as if he were in reality governor. Though In Cambridge. suddenly, Mr Mihael Norton, 64. sale at 133 Washington street. feb 23 origin of AlphabetWriting fiicted with a h)imor, which-lvas very troublesome. About six families in different sections of this State, as well as
a man of no extraordinary intellectual endow- In West Cambridge, Mrs Abby C. Putnam, wife 5. Lothbury's History of the English Episcopacy. ,nonthsagoI was advised to call on Dr GorJdak; he recom- in my own. Yours. &c., '
of Mr Calvin Harris. 27. ]13h)S IIllOdlitholl 6. "-Pillans on Classical Education. mnededto tietheiellyof PomegranateandSalt RheumOint. J-OHN BECKWITH, Al. D."
ments, and nothing to distinguish him upon any In Waltham, Mr Francis Tuly34, formerlyof this O ,HRENLOGY-In the rm of Question 7. Walsh's Reidence inConstintinople. nentwhich I used acordiu to his directions, and in a short
In Walham, raFracDstTllyo4, Advrmerytos.hisiPmePHRNOLsGentithrfarmf Quetion RigtshanIDutis of dvocaes.ttieyw[Fentielyhered,*iiFh con ullysestif. I -
point, be was known to persons to a considera- city; Mr William Walcut, 31.I and Answer, with an appendix and copious illus- Resn utis o te (From the Rev F. L. Hawks, D. D.] ,
ble-distance, inquired after by strangers, and uni. In South Reading, Mrs Mary Ann, wife of Mr Ad- trative notes,just published and forsale by MARSH blicatios one War in Spa. TeBarer Landry, and hisGrease,isnworthnynotice. "New York, February3, 183f.
versallyspokenofsthegovernor. Chataquy, as Hawkes, Jr. and daughter of the late Solomon CAPEN & LYON, 133 Washington street. feb28 .ly jn24ave no klHisory of England. ledge, derived from experiencef
-Sra spoken o as the governor. C hataquy, as Aldef, 3'. 'Il Lord Mahon's History of England. the efficacy of' Dr Beekwihb's P ils; hut I know that
the name was generally applied, denoted a region. In Raynham, Mr Joseph Dearn, 83. COMMONWEALTH OF MnASSACHUSETTS. 12. List of New Publications. n severalof my personal friends inEo..h C.arolia
fifMy or sixty miles in extent each war, so that the In Portland, Me. Mr Flavel P..Bartlett, 25, SUFFOLK, SS To 1ie next of km, and all1olher per- The price of (11 EdlbulrghReview p an- : ____ ,, whom $ 1elt some. years ago sufferin I severely utder
y r si me i e n e w s In Castine, Me. James Crawford, Esq. sons inerested in the estate of Elizabeth Tirrell, late num. OTIS, BROADERS & CO. 1...1"'ciii Dys epswa wero in ood healh when 1 saw hem on
Governor of all the Chataquys was no insignifi- In Blachard, Me. Charlotte, daughter of Mr Ben. of Boston, .in said county, widow, deceased, in. .Ib 21 147, Washington street.1, a vs1Amade a v mnths since, and all asrbed the
eant title. Thle now incorporated town of Chata. Jamin Holbrook. She lost her way in a snow storm, testa:e: P I- recovery to the use of Beckwith's Pills.
'ton the night of the 21st ult. while returning front a HEREAS application has been made to me, ,I dian Botanic Cough Pills. 1tIknow,(lat the crtificates obtained by the Doe-
.; Eadefcul eeyfrCuh. od I' t01 "!,'. 1,1
quy was but little larger than common towns, but neighbor's, and perished before she .was found. to grant a letter of administration on the es- A SAFE and effectual remedy for Coughs. Colds, I illll tor inNorth Carolina are from gentlemen of the high-
S as his jurisdiction was considered to extend over I .tate of safd deceased, to Henry Alline, of said Bos- Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Pain in the Side, &c. -1Z-S I- __, ,- esL respectability, aind several of them stated to me
the whole realm which from the common consent MARINE LIST. ton. Esquire- Th ese Pills, made from Concentrated Vegetable .6.,_ ..I ,verbally lithat which is contained in i(heirpublished cer-.
You ar-e hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court Extracts, have.been thoroughly tested in the practicee---tes I h t m i fid th
ofthe people had acquired the name, he was some-. PORT OF OSTON.' to be held at said Boston. on Monday the twentieth ofseveral eminent physicians. Hundreds have ex- .' i |ilhliiiili'iimi- ilih[iS^ ii l0himihll.11 $il;hhinigiiiii l ii teat. h heB mostire onideeivn them.
thing of a great man. .I F. FRIDAY, Feb. 24.-Arrived Brg Gambian, Stir day of Maich next, at nine o'clock before noonto perienced the most happy resultsby taking these Bal- from boyhood; d cheerful state with Bishop
inam-Schrs Alpha, Kennebunk; German, Belfast; show cause, i any you bave,aga.nst granting the sam. samic Pills.e,
[For the American Traveller Charlotte, Marblehead 3 Eastern Star, Newburyport; He the said Heary is hereby directed to give pub- Sold by ROWLAND, (Apothecaries' Hall.) 188 '"- "" --'-_ninlii nin: ,11.uIIN,1in..ln ,111 .i' ,.mimm l eIves, edhiysich ac tes shris t gtm n ra d
[or the American Traveller.] Science, Portsmouth3 New Hope, do; December, lic notice thereof two weeks successively the news. Washington street, and by the principal Druggists I Phe use ofhis Antitiyspesli Pills tioheihr
A FRAGENr.-Iwept. 'Twas no childish pet e r Havana-Bri Paa sco called Le American TravellerPied in said tlughout the United States. Price 50 cents. OR the Cure.of the most ostinato Cold and tire confidence of the pu ic L. HAWKS."
S t eC l e a r e dr e B a r k R o u b lee h e H a v a n a B r ig u l t e s tP a t a es c o B o s t on? II o h t uaru-, eresF r dp taeOmt inra l a C -dP a t r o m hr e omI Rs aro n -

Tme scholar was thereing affecnd Teacher, each with van RA, uph r rd bee discovered for the very troublesome coightndred practice -,ad sciefic research, anI hasiy its gregr frt dec 6 .j PontLme e T c aries Dasetsr o
overflowingsoul to say "farewell." We lingered ab .hn, Bo d ckasap or altimor ty- hen ."C JHn rlheAD, Judetrobe ly wmml also StrengthenthemDi gesivs bessfr serm i t e.ear' D i', he


see utst, yet elould not speak these wor. 1 Wilson ; P 1 06a nry^ E NL ks to t ; bComee t BothD 1 Wash o s pr oof of Ts xclce te iperoprietor refers toall wollI sDyen tet .11 colT ^i oill oSatr e
thriled Plinti e w s afecton' muiSe et' JOHNck tD verARD3,cets.Sm jof 2 Praobrate.heoWA RrRE N e'r$ W .CR O UP. mo ths unil m hfive waOrgans, resore t






eyes tvat then were beaming kindly, but erewhile ,ngsga e e Rapprahan.o .k hed mntpyea.aditonable Goods tde markets afoorh, which will be S Holden, Charles street i Fow e Salem street i ,dmitJSd 1cinc e and skil in his Prfession, and
W sparkle elsewhere. Hearts nestled close to ? t Pl eHvluberric leosal be asn ausedre cdss.ee" a prA r eriHaarati oueeyfrwd pont e A h dssondebarstseIagai




hearts, that soon would be away-not fqrgetac ng, wit h Dana.- r Everiump, PortoPlate; L randee New pna r, h i s. ularls u sv ieedtos ca ann d examine rSots aie d the ode adB mm endatBn. 'have mentioned., RICH'D whNESne
nor forgotten. Sad was that moment, but that B ^Caxst _.Carssetb ;Alfred, c Neck Stocks, Suspenders, Gloves/half Hose, rea- well, Roxbury, GDixon and Robert Edson, Ded- ;From Prole r Anderson.]
madness was joy-was delight. Why ? in sootlh M rlehendadExrsset-So lTlal m Chse Fame dy made Linen, Riding and Money Bells, Silk Pur- ham Luther Angier, Medford,3 J Bond, Waltham CiWELLINGS, Stiffness in the Joints. and all Univeri~tyo f No, th Carolina,. ]Harchb,183S.
because hearts that could weep could remember! ses Wallets, Umbrellas, Under Shirts and Drawers, obins, Lowe aer, Woburn J Kiddr, Rheumaic pains in t side, ack and limbs. For "Ihay usdrBeckwit'sAnti-Dyspepli Pillsi'
The arfdingamel The adieu wa s enlin r i -Arrived, Brig Balti, Leav- Stock Frames, and Pantalon Straps, in all their vae 'ern m rs eteon & Wheeler, Cambridge yt; and sale at my Office, No 59 Union street, Boston. gym rse e e fal my family with such results as induce me to ihold simd-
Sl, Havana 5ah iest. riety and kinds of fabric that ever were manufactur- n elseauntheon Price 75rrCron O cents pr9onle. sin hiBh -D stimaon. In one case, particularly, which
hands warm, pressure anld the pearly dew that dim- Brg Orion, Morrison, Havana. ed. Embossed and plain Satisblack and blue black Orders iaddrCssed to WM. nWARRENsole proptesi- A liberal discount for Dealers tosell aain was lon protracted nd obstinate Dyspepsi th e use
Lmed afection's saddened eye,t wereoo its artles b gasket, Davis, Savannah. French Bombanes, various qualities; corded and eor, Brighton will be punctually attended o. dec 9 of them was followed by eaicings of ligitnessandorto
t r 'Looks edd foaintia e was. af r Rf cCtiutcngll, Wilmington, NC. Da P plain Silks, both pt pinor covernotomand oainnse i Stocks; com- dec, "ol fort, unknown before for years. I cordially and unre
eescaho s saI ter language was mue) a orh Scr Maracaib. Churchiel, Aux Cayes r mon aid superb Stock Bucklese Btedrnt Skis, Bris- ast Oft e yr ii i POlcaet tO Br s servedly recommend ehm lo tneral ese.
%" =-Plate ; Grand w m fithnt oly subserilu otenit, usndtililhaem w asth h enft






aagetnAme note, and looksManswered neverb le- never cW.W"tsalJcmel h ae Hd;ncai-vatClV ipo R0 o, cOROC PANTS STORE S WALKER ANDERSON."





Stewly and silently went we away. The cords, Schramayn, D I~el JoN rans. g dar^ Susder nsds C^lme '1iovpes e snt come.pl~e ,workiom pl ee d ypdersAn e" n' ^^UA HP~jna suu r orsale, wholesale a,^d reaI, by WM:D.TIC --
hat were woind about our hearts, with reluctance Srd AOle; anhoe C, aewoApalachicolaw feb 24 tf en yquafied and thevpubshersearc de r g p ndy al& NOR. corer of Washington nd School strs.
ogave way, and one after another, we stole away mo Be as 1 Bt mr oeNC rll OOS aR.ee. m ty emstscablreeoet mslacut.lF isevbeen w asested by n onBncw ew.h 'sAhe use of aec 30h






to our soltary closes, there to weep,and remember, Schr Champion, Paine, Rpahnnock MR l.OSTER corner of Pine street and Broad- w~ellbo~und. Ju*st pubied' -and fo aleby S COL-;i @ar e t^o ^smueli"ied "Hnte Tsk i 't mWW !t fiOSHne
ande pay. And as ,n silen e I knelt there and Schr Mt. eloniah, Stackpole, Richmond W way, Bosement Rooms, publishes, this week,, l Ne 121 Wod sen i"sr oe street fpoe, 21 onsiontoeyebs iy ADIES from tho countryare particularly invited






poured forth my grief in Jehovah'i ear, I blessed Ps emfG eas.an n ouns, do. blackwood s Magazine f or December. aoo-r -BeiBoers C'ebHanoecs. store keeper knows lobe not unfrequeit. Iredudres So eto call and look al-one of the lirgest and a ihest
chi o hat I couldrweep-that my soul had fee ing, ort pl.e' y IPmeheu1 A Good and prices. South Boston E Crats Jrm Ch ainTrlo so n n eU bu eo--
_h ectioi healri. B.te An r odogLfariepa, New l T 7or'3 Waltham i of prcia eas B thY or n;.Gnunlla i BIh e aity-w.Nolsal adrolaache





` p -g 1-.----:Ie -,t.ssp n T he. r i Geo Washingt.on, Whiney Nantucket. II. The Measure Meted out to Others Measnfured Son tDubrei Tw aeunt1 o.aie 7a mentcy p'oric. al o nl l hart.i,- estiati yn .e o H Ise ', w 45Hanovar-st.
had am pesreadte eryde.ta dm rg ro lorsnHaaa d.Ebsedadpan a~sblc u bo lck re~saaes~dt M. VAI Ns~ pon iea lscui orDaes os aanws og rorce'nd btiaeNysesa kh s
BrigCasetDavs Svanah. Fenc Boba:ines valou qulites codedandeto, B~ghon illbe uncualy atened o. ie f'thm wsfolowd hfecieg ofigilesandcom


We alul nl lC
'5op aptucket, 5Myrick, Nncet to us Again
'We all have ourdifficulies-he Massachsets o i this city and forSalem, Lowcll,Cambridge Charles-
CW l a e o rd fi u t e t e M s a h s t s lLeared B rigs B el isarius A n dlerson, P h ilad elph ia; IV T he W or ld W e L ive In. S tEo r ie s f r o m R= e a ll L if e ,1t w a ( t x u y sl f w t o a J ~ i c t A e
House of Representa'tives, as well as the United Brutus Blanchard,e iortlan i Pamelia, Smitfa Sa- V. ReWigious Liberty in France. "]-bART Second is )a Press, and will be soonpub- town, aAd Roxbury, is& le H Al111O
States body of that cognomen. On the 14th inst. -Shrs Industry, JohnsonSt John, NB Salem, V. Th Voluntary Principle. listed by S. COLMAN. feb 21 s S ON 5 SNOYAU
itas all of ~cognom~se Ofany tethuingst.- h Indusr Joh so tJohn X. hete CornerefCoss and Fulton streets.15.l-]H
i tahe for mer place a p personal altercation took Eldridge; BerrySears and Illinois, Weeks, New VII. The Eiams of Theocritus. ANTED, The above article is alreadyin use in tb ew 4 do. Anzete;
place durng~wiieh r Ranoul l Glocestr, Yok 'VIII. Justice to IrWANT ADoorLaw 3 d. Pr abtoove
p adurknot xes RntoelefiGow ee r, York. ..d. lPooraLaw N oN Apprentice to theDBook-Binding business.-b lock of J. D. Williams, Esq. and in (he stores o 0 do. Absinthinm


n'hetabove, from the Troy Budget, is.a4fairstpe. JustrecRved and for slesatp133 Washington strPet, YePui r a eV cauo be splied by ali atNo 6 Joy's Bidia.81 stret B.ondaIrConowop&en Oavewckofearemo l e. is Sen.etlll, a 1;
jects in '"-"'ology-by he Rev. Geoge ~^'S ^ Townsend lySo..s. SHAR.thoe at f'th atil

ciden of the manner stories increase by travelling by MARSH, CAPEN & LYON. fe b -) DYthe Publishers a few VOLUMES, (bound or Washington street. fob 17 en,China and Glass Ware. isep2m nan 3
-0.B unbound) oft he MONTHLY TRAVELLER, DESIGE R,
at distance and being often repeated. As to Mr Youllllg In adies) Cwif, being Vols. 1, 3, 5, 6 and 7. Elgravingsll Melmoil'S iM E ,
Par's "eating his own words," the fact is that A NEW supply of this excellent selection, also of Alsp, Subscriptions received for the current'Vol. /-ARSH, CAPEN & LYON have just imported OFth.e.-ate Rev. Bernard w1,.,.,,1-.,.r.l.,,.l AND ENGRAVERI ON VOO D,
M. -tou aretheappelo Houeand, A oG Poor Rich Man Comprehensive.um encingJan.183.l Apply at No. 47"Cotrt m London a fine lot ofEngravings.' Frsale this day and for sale by S. COLMAN. No I ll No. 47 Court Street- UpStatr'us.el
N X-Aaitoul m ade the appeal to th e H o umse; and ,at Atlas -a, t COLM A,,N'8 Literary Rqom g. onf'W"e1 tevt..:if by letter, post paid, -fob 10 at NO 13 3 W ashington-,st. 3w feb ZI W ashington st Ireet, feb, 21 eplty]. B O S T O N [,i ne 10








f. -I I I I I ,
aw ing .. .. ..ciw,:-, ,.. .. .... .. --.. _--- -_ --- '- __ ." _-._" _-- "-2_ "__' ... ..
..- _..i.r i, ..j. ..-......- = _-g- ---AA I over his sinewy arm and drawing on a largecoat ....... -- -_ ROA 'CLOTHS. C iiIERE
I I----.'--o.fl. ieslhe aniqueflhion then usually worn, hie lo- FvIep lrV11l ]Lli e. -. BOston and Wor ceser Observations on t he.Teeth .,.,,L I ..... :,
POETR" sed his hop, and proceeded across the square lo T.fONS. I F LLUGARLD repccull,,rls,.rrs the RAIL 'OAD. BY DR. PALMER, SURGEON DE r Tr. TF. .... & .. ..l
.---- I lBthe door of a large mansion that stood upon its I.._ Ladies and Gentlemeh of Boston and vicinity, -I. I"IaIa aEI RTll -i-RloT inconiiei-illni i4 1 h supp.,se11 thnl n -O a I ''r.,11 A V E & CO.'r
THE HAPPIEST T ME side. It was elegam for its-ime, a-nd its architec- that he continues lo give Lessons on the FRENC-H "II, a great measure l e prev nted, andlr l"ht.o.,thatt..,e i e, ofII l" -,.o. 5 Washin .ton Stref & rO
nyI. A. """turn 'anld tire care and neatness with Which it was, I 7. .. ..,r :... ..also r- .11 aI Iostpersons may be preserved to the rend of life. Scn I- A Ercie hi~ l u pyo ole a
W?11 1,.ow ,0ureFr-indthe ndnoatnes withnwlichbe as LANGUAGEattheMasonich TapleeNo.4. Healso ..pmer' Second AVE receivedtheirFahlsupp lyJTa "w
When afre wehappiest ? When tile .Ioio. of morn furnished, showed it to\ belong ,1n one off lipe bel- attends Academie's and private Classes. -,a $ S- W '-W W The tohlt otfkeeping'the ,eetliclean and free of foreign 1M other Goods, which they offer, (wholesale and
VWakes ithe young roses from their crimson rest; ter class of tradesmen Jasper hld considerable Keferences.as : former advertisements. S.4 NTIL further notice the PASSENGER CAR matters fie!hlnow much trouble to washt our hands, clipour retail) at ,espie. Aongtheirassort
WVhenr cernl s.o... s ot on the f s.nls e wealth, but no taste. But there was a beautiful "Bf-to alid ri "OVidenBc IU will start from the New Depot, Southc ove. a ofbte ah dpsuld-'deliccy sffeehlingpnoumtohusattoaer mealt may be found- .B
'ill man" r T e r le Mfrom rek o l being in thalt house, tlie presiding spirit over it RAll, OAD. 7 A. M. and 3 P. M. antd from Worcester at the more cleanly? what is there more disgusting than a foul Adelaide, Blue, Black, Brown,)
W while tile lri -t waters [crp from ock toglen-. I I o-e"clea"ly-wh.... ........m r "is"ustng ".
While Are we t happ | iest tlhen master'. unnty, whose bright ancy had seemed,. .. same hours. monthoran ofrensie breath? Thirdly: Where is tie pson .Claret, Dahlia, Drab, Polish, I Extra fine ..
I' o) shed a glow on all around. Jasper,atern as lie -t Price of Tickets to Worcester, Two Dollars, and that would not dread the pain to undergo a dental operation Invisible, Drake-neck & Bot- London and Frenchlr
Alas. tholeroses! they will fade away, was, with all tile reserve of 'li laeiturn pilgrimth e -s. ^ at the same rate for intermediate places, for the cure of diseased teeth ? the answer is obvious, paticu- tie Green,.Alulberry, Purple, I BROADCLOTHS,
Anid tluidrpre stls will deform the sky; could never deno Iis only child ; she had butt A It Baggage at the risk ofthe owner. larly wilthL thet ladies. On na ge e nlt r ai eteeth from in- Olive. Bronze and Violet )
col ee In i nyaiid;Hm ww- EGT forward oilthe olloingters-,n t g; ietet"hol e etla it D Palmer'ose n.v i etr. ""
An'dsmmerhelbeashidlhea spring ybudsdecay, ask him in ,those ot, pleading toes whichdso .oes.,I IFRElIirv borw.mrded on the following terms:- i .eD ond Pearl Tooth Powderand Dr. Palmer's Blue, Black, Brown, Olive,Pur- .
And h clear sparklg stron-v reminded 'irn of iel being t t firsV WINTER ARRAtG.EKaI T. Maerchandize generally up to WWor- ... approved Diamond Pearl Tooth Brush. This excellent brush pie, Mulberry, Claret, Bur,- Fine and low priced
And nothing beautfiul adornthescene, charmed his wayward heart in youth, and it was Onandafter December6th inst.the.PassengersTrainsw, ill est er, '- $3"50per200bs sof greatimportance for ,the preservation of the hackteeth,. gundy,Green,BronzeDahlia, German&American ,
To tell wait hath beed. leave Boston and Providence as follows down from 00 Many persons do not appeal to care much about tie preser- Uradb, Fawn, Stae, Oxford, BROADCLOTHS.
granted. Yet tihe moslt ,Lastidius could detet L.andProvidence aslOlTON Furniture,and other articles. extra bulky and light, nation of the hack teeth, thougli they ar very anxious to pre- MixL ind Rogent Brown .
SWhenare we happiest ? In the-crowded hall, noting ofe a vagance within, though a fewele At 8 A M. and P daySundays cepted.) as also small pack es, wil e charged hiher. he front ones for appe .ranc s and y sng the oiveBronze. Purple, Imprial
When lopltu .e smiles and flatterers ltend the knee gances offurniture were so mi ngled wilh hie plain- At 9 1-2 o'clock A. M. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Gunpowder, Friction Matches, and similar comibus- above Powder and Brushes they may preserve all their teeth 'ue, iussell Bo m ExtraVine
Ho H t2. "".soonbeahow ind nt'etry'tenrslelioehe aoll)," terms-. '-.to the latest age of their'existenice" ood teeth are essential .
H ow so .r o soon S h pleasures p rail! er aricles, dhat they appeared to have on air of ofeachweek, to meetlthe Steamboats.ofltheTransportation tiles, nd. taken oni any terms. otea age of lhear e,,(ence gootdteel BreleenPurp le Polisi dark o otl ad
Ho"^-atomus fa-sho.d ai" .- coloingfee!,,-- for" e.rYork.I Ito personal appearances andi beauty;:tihe), are tihegreatest Purp-,e., P.l s. dak" b ttle'nd,-
tsposonr o e rave t stn of care.: L AV Einde .NeeVor ^ ROVIDENCE e Ti ye.oCompan wi l blsnotberesponsible for any mer-o ornanentsofthe human countenancetherreguarity, their Green,Violet,Claret,Dahlia, Low'Priced
ie tr e iot happy t here. fairy :chartr,n seeited to parake of the loveliness A 8 AM .and 3 P M dailv (Sundays excepted-on cade or effcs less e same be rceied or teess, consiute ir eau ese qualities pleasete M lberry, Olive Green, and HABT CLOTHS
ea "; ar o.rat il ew n over .r .r. and arrivalsofrSaeamers ,o Trao aton ram Ne r by its agents duly authorinzed,norfor any loss orsodam- sight,andadd.ne. attractions to the face, beautiful teeth Blue Black ) .
Are theip stwh lln the evening hal h rs It was w ll n trouhou he ciy, on Wednesdays, Fridays and undays of each week.' age not occasioned by their negligence. havecharnims over the face, more so than fine eyes, a pretty Blue, Black,Drab.Slate,Fawn, "
Is iCud will its crown of'living flowers; 1. Ih~t, ol J."ser's huse hll sono stongsrAltraer t n-whshouhey reedetinedeartee.,Oxerfonen&Ameilean
Wbengoeth round tihe lamgh of ariless minii. M|,n t w l s le r er d r merchandise will be forwarded each way daily (Sundays arrival at the Depot lo-which they are destined, are n A prisons should teep their teectly. clean, t fordSt e ,Grey, Hareshack [ CASSINIERES &
And when affcf.:o,'rro,,Tl hrbrig ilt rn Showers i 111s excepted) at the lollowingratles:- subject to the rates of storage established in Boston. free from g m.e a.d ., Plaid Ribb'd,0hec'd Coitilo', B CKSKI ,S
Herniceshalo theI < lli, r sid.bord Therewas nota handsomeand gay Merhandizeeerall 25 centsper 100 Ibs Goods should he sent to e ase. a t uralapolish oria dtis s no e t eou b ee t ya fafyuse ece R ,r. du... ...K
Her richest balmlOS O.ne sent o tile oaster / rans o f r .ta- "' ; iamond --- rlTooth wr-er" nd" Brush., edFeathered and Buff, -
liliss! is it there thou ar? young officer in ihe British rnks Ila did nt Canton Silk i Oases, other Si lkin pro- tion, with a bill of lading and receipt prepared ready p nc' a.uer GrenMulberry, iveClare. PETE SHA S,
Oh not t would bo apies Y The portanef cearofnlness of the mouth and tesne, in usual size boxes, cent o orsi re. saves the costiution fro ,ei afece with diseasGre in ,Mulberry,Olivack BlueDahlia', LION SKER S '
I I p o r~~~~~ ~ ~~~~~~~tiaB o'n s 3.. .0sz e u ec e"; n ts pr b o~x or s ig n a tu re .. .. th e. ...t itu tio n fro m .he in g a frec t e w ith d i s..... ;, in 'B ro w n, B la ck ,B lu e 1D a h lia ,: L O N S I S k o % i rLeu i f l d u h tOoNli f ] V a v n o S 1 a b u eK Ii.s a s zNues 0 c nt e o x f e, n aI
h,no! i there. I toud h o api s -lal rs sq.ruare, indenany ofhehlyughlt iest count- Icenserl N o Agent of the Company is authorized to take healthy persons, aflid bieath. wit which wes often meet and Drabexta fine and low ( and
Alt ostikeheaveni si i dis a proud ywheold dSilverin Bullion or Com, 50cts.peri000dolls, charge of any Bank Notes or other valuable papers. with,and whioh sso ofensiv to.the persons of rice feelingsl p ied V LOTHS
r orher swee, snilKs. Yet Ionely as site. was, had a Furniture, I 12dollsperOarloid, For further information apply to the Masters of is allworwinlgothebad state If theamouth and teeth. Have embracing all ualities .andcolors and first rate-
o.alightly of her ticles deemed bytheCo pany extra hazardous,oor extra Transportation, or to the subscriber, 617 WashM g ,toll rv ladies sing whohad1 1 w od d d \es ALSO "
But he ae Iling o erh -II(]pw9401- ,dru,,ken bacchanal daredto speak hly le^ ^ ^ S ; .-oiim wode dyes. ALSO -^^ n
uky beaen ysp a onrsony street. "J 3 F. CU LRTI cnarmmi~g vocee tne words were very fine, tnttrutuk, iltoeaenbysecalcntat-nl.wa8. osLtev..al"Wa ..lsin..rnoS tli eletalnca-M r
e must, they must decay! n hundred swords would have iaped from Foifurtherinfornati a to sr "ol& not agreeable. Let every person who has a fetid hbrtallhuse Moleskin, werino. .Satin. Velvet, Valencia, Mar"
their scabbards to vindi le her'llonut. Such ii This Company will notakechare of any aper money or the Diamond Penrl Tooth Pewder and the Diamond Pearl seilles, and Silk VESTINGS; best Plid and Black
Those voices must grow tremulous with years; i the power of virtuous woran I Bills over it Railroad, orsend by its Cars, ory,,ny jpers onin Al. Rlangem el lt I Tooth Brush,and they will be found to be invaluable. They VELVETS superior Sewing SILK BOMBA-
Thosesmnilinh brows must wear a ing-e of gloom; ,.P"ere ,i pr of t' e its ethploy and will he responsible for no parcelor package FOR CALLING PASSENGERS & CARRYING are recommended y our .most respeelable hysic.ans and ZINES ; German goats' hatr andimitation C4M-
r w e e m n y o l i a | b e f a i r d a u 'g h t e r s o r t h e o I os a nee o m ed eb y r n s t r o a m le s p e e t h sa n d o terI y s c i t eBs a n dR E E L T s i A T I
Those sparkling eyes be'quenched in bitter tears, ... ... unless receipted for by the Master of Transportation, at tiee THEM TO THE WORCESTER RAILROAD. dentists, and byi thousads amies n thus and other clte BLETS ; FRIEZE CLOTH and RATTINET.-
And at thn last close darkly in l e lomb, good city (it lf sioi to their' el !rnal prlsne I 1t Depot n Providence of Boston. viz: B. W. Oomstock;Provi Is o- t asarticles nowinrsefor theteeth. I Iling

W An ,n arewt ha'ir est, ls e n ? O, whi n resignedt place 'i llhiw loly. sa nctiry, a woman 's a rt._ rA IEL .e '. t e n.1 i .'.. ri. r ad, ;1 ca"n l:..-.. Hr .:.. ....r.i a i 1. .. I. a ii,.n i... U ie.. ,1. and the Medical i [n ings; FT.c& C respectfully invite purchasers of
If, appinss~depau onthem alone srio kenwho weretdevoted to ila Atnercaitu cnntsa dence, and DanielNationBoston; and: "that"it will not be al-i'- _. .s n o l~ nrt, o Tahe '-dem and for D'.r_. Palmer's Dianmend Tooth Powder a.. .n. d Clg ..Fcig ; C n as P d' g ; atn.
__~~~~~~~ .apn P"- ''" "' .tt J .r.. f ,nthe Sta ,es that t un 'tean- .improved Tooth Biushes,'is rapidly iati easing. It continues and Git B0 TT1ONS black and colored S1LE-,
He ..ik- st ,n Jle wo~ tl~ d.persecuted have nvor fb iounda svrw be(of- un theo ss ol.. ruOney package. o ,,a, ee ,en,.r ,su t,,han t _. tion with thf+ WV rv-1!t,.r I-'1'"i i- I .". .. ",,", .. -.if......t-e!-bat-.1AS PI LOT C LOTH-S &ea.
T~l :, ou.eeh -Pquick1e/ly is itsgo ned? Thv vvr..........a.. .... = = i -1.-ra i L I andf the mo cedleb a [- C I AO ,se tfSn e arl sr o
TW rwha p is t, ik e m? a Jyirm well know i d u liter'sc racier. y 9 .., t..,, ), ,:. "....... ... I"t'""eC-r-.. ( 1 i, c..: _., "I ... i h. ,,, t..' ,, r... ,-. .O .," B roadcloths, H abit Cloths, and C hssim eres. to exam -
W hen we can know ourselves but weak and blind qu lly corned deepi o all bu e n i s -- 11 m street, and a Stage i-)....: No. 7 Elm street ..*... "te ] h ,e ,'' r .u. i neth- r n-rm ... "l:- u, li.J.
Creatures of earthl.; and truth alone'in Him of theira-iopted country They knew that these I Bosto,and receive their Railroad Tickots, and setIh t s inga vrr..,-. 1 i ..,/e. ... %,n.1.1 de.i allefC0-
vewe asu ros ofcvift-- f -- -- -1 I i ;1; 1 cure their seats to _Now York via Nor i.h u.Ne'v'ew ... a ss -evt..1 I.... : j.. 1....- r. ... ,. ,-I. s w ih orC s ,,il e s l~ e
WhJo giveth, in his mercy, jov or paint; had dark dth'signs, wlich could be frsratAd alone cure the sats to New York via orwich and New .. ,: r i i,., ...I.. Ir. .u i., r. ., ... ors, which, lor cash, vill be sold very lower by the"
Ohi! we are'happiest then. by counter ln'ltrry ; n d llen had llie trndesm an L ondon:; Also via Hartford and New HI .n :,,,r., ,, .' ... r...!l ".:....' .. l ..... ...... ,,,.i .. .i, I piece, or at retail. 'sept9
...... ...... .... .. ..... 'b i nd at r ili Alninni "g filed'to nl ract an 1 '. R railroad L iesforA lbany, viaSNorthanrr.1 .,. ,P .-.. .... .. l. softhe decayed teetoand preserves '
"-- -- '--I- I .[-IS-b-- --n. impuri ant secret, e wining smile of' his beauti- field and Lebanon SpringsAs. Also, via `y... r... I ........ .. ...1. -..I.....ty. The followinginrnatesreceived by; T o E m ig ran ts Ir
Ie ir oe ,hrsst l. ne m r Iedaily, each way. Al]so f 9r Greenfield, vi olden, Dr. Palhoe r, a re addf(Icd,'.h atthleap uh ic it ayk n owthef aes (i ina- ,11 /SA A ''' 'L S S
MISC.LAfi11 girl had proved irresistible. Onve more lie Rutland, -ubbardson, Templeton; South Orane tionain whiclhthe ianhondPPeat-]lToolhSPowdar ander uh es .AI0 0
I determined tohao^e. usetoit irigic '^ andi~ i an I -; ,, .I rFR AE,,010 crso
[Fair the American Travwllur.J de rmired to h v.rnennrse to ,is muic and en- .....and Montague, to Greenfield, on Ti esdays, lhurs- alreheldbytthosewhoareshebestjudgesofthevalueofsuch 4. .,,-'.I- TIMBER LAND,and 4,000rsM-
Steri ngII ;.I.. I .. f L1...l ,-- ..Jo-,1- n.., p_.--r. days.aildSaturdays. StagescaveW rcesterdaily apreparation. B.Lewis. PROVED FAR S, situated
THE MESSENGER. sinittedl "-r, h-.d ,I.% i'" ,i l...- I- ,I. %... .:r HE pa n eb wi which KOWAND'S TO forKeeneand Brattleborough, atl7 o'clock A.M.and Ihaveuse.dyourDiamondPearlToothPPowderandBrnshes, '' thetowns ofOliveai.d Shandaken,
Ye have listened a round the evening hearth,, nsig al....lT I. its. o p e.>..n..o ...%.1, ,, ,,, E ;.... iarrve early same evening.- re its operation on ,, ..,i, ... :. c,.,1 .......'r:. ,,i in Ulster county,and Middlelown,
eh elstn d ro u dthegnthTo deeds of the good and bold, they igit confer win..,,I ,,.:.-, I..r I,; II .. I.4 NI lIXRsentfr hai.. ; [... f .'r ..-.. ,- ,. ....... N.,B.B Information wilteee olbe given for all the Stages thingthatIhav' ,... ...:.,, ...J ... .. ... Colche er Tompkins, and Han-,.. ',. ,
And have hushed your lightand joyous mirth, perilo s timn es, when ,re d eo r ,-.l, ,..n., at every ty, affords the most unequivocal. assurance of its surpassing iB a run in conneelon with Ihe Worcester Railroadn.. sles,.u ny.op.nionealhgh.reeomnendation cock n ta Delaware county mandr
SAt tales of the dayvs of old. corner, one discovered word would bring d(eslruc- excellence and importance. It is now regarded by those who J. ]KOOKS, No. 11 Elm street, Boston. Yous, truly,.6 BALJWIN LEWIS. c-S t state of New York. The Timber
At tIion.'-] ..,,..'.,P., 'her IJ43 -',z l -i i4 'and his have had opportunitiesto a descidee ponits oheerits, as aiinreti 1C. T E .N sret5 Boston, July 2",tit,!8s3
We ariotbutregetIha sotoch f te tiso-plun. Boutos lie saiw a dark tc ,,-d (-,.i,o over her 'able public blessing, audi indispensablee tothieheahhi~, infort, [rr r ame SrenD nit]ctssso ~ h asW o,]icbIu~ ftev'
"tyof he evouton ,asbee "o". "l*ee a re ild and hcawilirul features, ire paused h' 6'knew an.f. e t erocl roenity... f heinhbians f buype- niadeacqua inted withthe. rshvadaaveusriavugeeuheoimodmderaiaiuin' dand owerandit te arlurge. dati-IadiUv yremarkgably welli rmakaby snuCppliwedakup wdanitruerli
spiril-stirringdetails, wild Ineg nds, and tlarinigants, '- -. : tto!so~oureoriuntry. it. proo~fofwhichthe proprietor can ex- I STEJAM B -O"A-T LINE. o '.so hc i scmoe~elgeapesr nrtrstem tw tr sl Eo u n odtC e
I ,ontatnce tathr eat lewte (tt nier thpraw icthl It o al'caiosfo vriusnel sttedtrritdsggl ceso which setzeisatcter heas deeste gr tnaerabe pat whch hnttemnnrcattn frnrvaiusnwlyfttwaterrastil ipusand Rod tCres
irresistibly upon the feelings, itr, i n necessity n i e strong interstfor hereounlry's colonies, signed by numbers of the citizens, entreating that I 3 I" mendingitasanagreeable,,wholesome, andeffientdentrince and the two branches of Ihe Neversink River/with
rrese i eblyupon the feelings. It was a tino of"n" veselt re, hrid sometimes c lld r to pla. theh maybe.- supplied betimes, and in quantities .adequate o to nty. for le preservationGEf d.ecye eehand o.ungYha st. the Dry Brook and tihe Mill Brook Streams, all have
Yer,.. ..S.. IEY o flailira. their rise fin the above tracts, and are well known to,
fense excitement-a time that woke,tip the deepest had n p y e necessities. Willho,,tap.exception,in o.anyageorcountry, e..Fr.se.n e aboor-,Jans7thd are well kown 1o8
feelings, and ,roused ,ihe srongest passions o' hu- 'No,' sail he,'since it gives you pain,,l shall not no medicine has spread with such rapidity, andsgained sicch v aFrom Dr. J hanning, of Boston. be never failing. There are tenll large Tanneries at
nman nature,;-a time that'appeled to lie heart. be. I will contrive some other way. We may distinguished reputation, within'the period of the three yearsPear Too Powderand different poinswithin two miles of the outer lines of
and sript it of its selfishnss. And Ihere are join our hearts in our country's causo, but we that it s bee n used, in thetreatm dnt of Fever, Aguea tTIME ALTER D Ia dith answerperfectly the pu r' pose f r whichit wasrecom- TthewPse lands, which afford a steady and ready demand
mus ts b el l dn oA nd t e al i nu t do nothing .athat will give one 1) ni g to the General uDe hilitg;--one -hna red 'thousand casesaofFev erand On and after the present date, the Steam ,foat men Dran rf cts ad T poh itv .'eaados f ar u ae s rd asr ea dny the s
eeds of puare and lofty pa riot i sm, and ins anc e s deu biwg t A e annually cured byits em loyment. NEW HAVEN, Capt. J. Stone, an d the Steam Boat lenders b, letiyr 3. I NsL and. P as for bark a ful r prices. There are ai leso uponl esse



purene : :: 2. it !":d s t r cI g -q f ta t nwill ritg back re- sal e yB E O 1 S EIS o g a6 a dS t d ls l l 1 a s nI Years, t -AJ, Ca NNING.s t act any unoc upid ats ndpriieeorato es anbd
hor a devotion of time, and propery,oh o art. at l nd P uetf ling-fnothirg illa will bring back ,e- lt stherf o.earnestly recommended.to those afflicted with NEW YORK, CaptB. Stone, will al ternately leave Boston Sept 25,1836. rcs h any an ouspii ei water d ige o w
idr nr a od life, o lase or a u e an rg e r shnyne to itialatestr efletionu .' As le the distress plantsfo which offs designed, as the most New Haven daily, (Sundays excepted, aIItI 7ciugFn ybrom anheuse ofrP asyereoquiirisng Thehand
mind, find life, to tlheca,,e ofeansinjure,]uaodrstrug Is un wa ter e apo w- e ab ni du
gling country that gi-ve us.an exalted idenat,f anin- turned his eye. on mters, ie 'sa a tear ttief ling valuablenmeans Y of ielietfwslich theyhca i obtai'.ai." o .(- Having hmade u e n Pa rloTo othdPowde, a nd otutwe De arscanb d T r arct l read y aboft
kind, and make d i feel justly proud of helonging down tmr inls lone g dark iesies over hr pale Forsale byrespetahle Dru easrtmde nts t o t N A.M., and at I clock, P. M. Saturday. aing ade uf mon d eal P d an r sup o rk f n t lrge Ta nnr ie
C a race so generous aind nin le. Eachint poor a e ans y e i se aack i gosy urls I 24S Mo rkets'eetiPhliladelphia. in Nw Haven, on arrival of the morning boatsfrom asany a dticlel have ever known torthe purposes for whichit I s theeo ac s ,awithaGrisMll




bla ae so rm nru and Int n o e blane. aliporea d --smeIdfia l andn hsp rdtohm seAveraElPR N ,fo a eSassswrvsn owcherl h sa e uedwMillsodcie sces.I asnwbenbeoe an xeidasel fleit ap it iesds
solitary otage r, es he kne down hwamong adhe ug- t ha falle it' over it. 'Yes, father,' said th e A ar oe. upplyofh eabovevalualem edlwcineisconstantly New-York, to carry passengers without delay, to is da signed. e ctr Ed s ver cl o d The soa ivs, and i the adto od anK re
soa otapa i ln]tdw a ogteT& toCry'asneswto Yours, respectfully, ED'WARD LOVEJOY. now very good. The soil is rich and land good and
ged roeks and lofnt trees of his native hills, o i eg will do it; send himf t mew.hen ke Tn,hn O Eand maybehadofthe subscr ar ,atthe propr- Hart ord, Providence, aud Boston. Also, to Litch- Dr. Palmer s Diamofid Pearl Tooth Powdr and Brushes, easyto cultivate, there not being more stone upon it
poor on hi s prayers fior ie su cess .o that c oau se, e re rs Hm w added sae I, w ,")rice lsaleand rati field, daily, via Waterbury, Moncdays, Wednesdays, are forsale,,Wholesale and Retail by Messrs. JONE S & thatiis convenient arid necessary to fence iIt. When
pu oteIloia kec0nee rd d.0 o. FAY, GeneralyAgent, aId Fridays--and via Woodbury, Tuesdays Thurs- HUTCHINSON, S.aEc.cornertfI7hrandsoheerustreetswelcuhivadteseadswilleprodghbderops-
felt in his heart thie tirobline impulses aind arn- s- ih, a she turned awdym .'how r ucr I lo e.l tis I, AtMessrs Sands' Druag Store, 100 Fulton,L 7 s 1 at I wlta eO N' wel cultivated doth se lads will pain good cr opS
eing entl, siasm of a hero. lho that reads the his- poor deepln. ts.for my country's can. cus alone corner, of William St. Ne York. days,and Saturdays.Also, to lco t e vai- W Philadel p hian, at HARPER'S e PHARMACY, corner B a of Waedi crFla, Oothave anlo t






d rilscovery, iniriuiv will so mch oly qun o tove w ei anc "'".' s"*"" ""ort of sw ein g o irwn ic mn~ofian se, Coat ,Peaoat Monke Jakt ,iemns hr roadv wihotx Noha. 1.14ROOKullstreAgewnor. etrcbeue aythr s uAl ySom ih nputihe abovelndslm a r e h erivilv o sprrwiohavexaimhr n,\ed
ing ethusamrsmncfsah ro.htha ebldvil ce 1,68r use.. to, ,.e pInTuersdandpeya d oer an cksporTigCoa re ocs i jan0b H s nh S^ eedneesary s O r s YI, andPotGatoesoEdt
darens Thma rerterbat I try the a n lre t tef trils or. y O eandthnught- For sale OyNBREWES orSTEVENS& CUSHING, W Drugeb, r I TERo TAu I. s da, TWahingnstreet, op dnustewrtor and .oRlAm, d of. .hebeat la Os and dotates pon the i h
tory od those gtr es can wonder o the iti's u ner c tie rnI- n e less. But if they witl a be o t he, w ovr is No. m 0Whse intooiet o etr B asson. es s ISaturdays W. LAS W.INoANAgentrs dr i os e i i Bt h ea ste ola n oset on Dela ar ew o a re celebraled f beig
. Ro .e "l ia t e iswareo sBB R GOODS ious.u desritpationycalled ow sto NKEI NG Ae wS o Haye s ornin .g s Pric e i0 cents e ach. s epn l th nov 25 Lhate be st grazing lands in ein the s, although not very


sho ul d t e vc n eto r o us ? an l u s e a e m r i s e dm t ma w l C oi n au n f or m a yrgi e l l e m Nth. s m. e w aeore t ra v ele r sp u roung o ttinh calede r ollo wi ng dN e w a nd Cfoan d sIgsh ed, l e v el m o s icia a n w o se p a ctic t wa s o c m e l c e al t e e a s a rt b ra c o f th e rivelan dr s R ve r
plehip fsragling or ieforv liberl y, for nc e Sacred painldea ay e w lffendure mall, mD tfor ittolriixue"olf hoe9l-ite.l OH S N ,AetI n e ors idcn thP o nry been e benetfrom the use of Plastr f Paris. ithe lands
i, tono ,f tauer ,v r-" :nlli, lA O ien nhwun-h ic uy m ugG T R tiehaU KI r d siog "wo ld sccbd, lilyeow ye tnewe moeadot areo; aeex sea s a d eriv Can a t, ar
iht[t un lileo acll.. ly m6tied WIth rcan- e tfromiyran nyw n wronnolrou,,itdle, o A r and dathr onu n lvongaInd ia4 S dth st ew or. ir.oos .hsfsteandPmo s e a lae n De ac ori o n d n aorons, ile s hel ausoR vert n d i wt irnable r andgas r -
su h l ion or b seured .Ion g vnea'i bappi ss,'and peace, andf eIEBOSTON AND LYNN INDIA RUBBER o 3 0 0111 .11 and Str days, i rl. e is skow oafest 8anfdos ealn- R od uiggoeuampto fd aa excelisnt neart forketab shn a gurd


lYet many mLo st interesting facts l cannot be re- ra, ne le rater dooAethmacPleurisy, I cg tihge of. l, ho-ing berina business, beeubn g sornear theIgreat raf ing places
called. "They met w.ilh ni recording hand, antt will I ess the f'uits -of my feeble efforts. tho'man .a COMPANY offer for sale, at their 1era;.eh use, (VIA WORCESTER RAI'-ROAD ) Cough,I nfuenza, Cor ghsland Colds, and, f ptrey Delawarians, and directly upon the]iiae of tre.
rv tried winto thetheageneration tha nisco T reup. th an na e shal l never be breathed beyond uthe poor No.5 Stater sts eet, aeomtplete assortment of INDIA I Leaves Worcester daily on a ll Pulvanya Diseases.omac, ofeth e sNew Porka OfB ie Rail roadty






mare b lat km7 t" aop .p n a vitarrival otho .theer morningsely irarinc dHISs M edicine and wias H originalslynd Sthee B gs,- o- t I o tr thi mTheinLandnsmyoinnMiddletlownhmo e t an N w Yo k. W A LT R COliveAM
-re somehowever, still lingering in the reeol.ec- shmmor pned him l adistcn e e., .UBBER, GOODS, ofTeverydescription, onl theind ust ed ,t th d a ral title mori.ne, tra a*. Pu,. ona ry .i a co;,;" outefng the trspanutnre .Railrod oe'


kiown as Hrault wil s o cquae. th a se iedn h It wase wite something rwage lin a asperre- fav n orabl e terms, -among xhich aretlie follow r I iang o rea lehsWf Cars from o l u) m. l. o el d ulBoston, ands,-ewr 1etown, Shn e a Oie


talo Aferiange do plae, tha tesre oiar mon r w ui s uuso ede loscn ,ie droae pt t o ule ove an Facts rig s p batt n it is o e 1e eessa .a w e as an cwareRi veE
blea rep adnasd Thnouin of faa n e rlted "Ppte. all d e carfeeling whispered t ohim.a 'INDIA b U BBER PRONS, r forL"des issues ,Murives iN orwi arl s ta musedlw aitdthe mos. decidedasuccess. ;eIthas now een before andextendeasterly 26 miles toa pointw8 miles iedis-
on tm dhe w iner nhe am heIb l a.ocne and h s o fi onI t noa ke w"as mivn tao 1 lue--ivcyu aw l E and ilb odaso a r ca e urchse i .s *, me r t .icn ip re set oum seaenrdos, o l E
It hasnevrb Ben publiely known itn wh a l man- thatshe would s rcc ind, yet lekpnewo spl from t he io le there A mo Wi ho it Coduhc uin sf Spain in e Dlaware and udson Canal, ayor20
Snme n frtnformaionce m re on ry3it i-. l BOODcc, SHOES, & OVER-St'OES/ hade of '1 .udaysoThursdays aud Saturdays via Brooklyn is itknowntohave failed, ofimmediatelypeoducinge great, d ston, whie h is the nearest market, and upon a good
homL xin, lton was, coner tuini .iuted to the counetry.-rIeturn of is gunss than leid felt for s, os. le ater, morocco, kid,' lasting, oleski a ll n Canterburo.erm etelifand in a h eost allcu a sesan entire cure. a l a .1 xe em r o
If tihle f following sketch i sell a ini i pre seo r se irvt i gdUing a It was le that nightLebefoMrM their loud demand..-c wani [wer -pe l auurbscRoa .e
f ew most interesting fgineidents ftom o bsnuri t andi suArn h-to r ts.-.-iIN Di A pRU B B ERCa L O Tic l al ,ii alldki nds,such furnisheddatthew ellknown G ene ralS tageTOffic e.N oc-.' -.....li.. .. i .... and when I us ed ..l T h ,s e hand h re e e p- u ey enI a n a.e- oI
Intipetll ce n of a l teir e le n sp a nt s'In ha[ 'I nI eaiily ofdetv ed f im a t A sCi iter exO pression Pofcoun- as W rape rs, Su rn toe ts, loak rs, e p os,T o m &o .Oerry 11 E l ( street, and p aise egers conveyedA to il th eR ail- d crl- edI cas ole was. co nds, r S y a .u i w I.Ui th t. 4 L. I e shro u ngh e r c o ns, ontr ea m s .tcuang sandill"ahrug tile.






reshcetire ly o mm(ui catirepi!. scieAas a oniee dleby or ranl.l Aliso, ed uinN ew farapidlsona40by ougscatch A d s o well kgow n eo*ae fesseio n tti h or lX*. Ol te Wtrye t he sip naury Bailbe fe the ph nuicia n g, epsieincod the yabov lands o r th e u
dAits tuutw s h e w it so ou to t oa nd ad sort o swag ering air which an y, Coats, Pea Coats, Monkey Jaokets, S. a cn C AsShort road wihoutextracehe A A OI A g E F "Irearaeu ol esal blsooeun d ec e oe r l vehrs, elu s it rrto h mosw io c o haearin d e,.lia
f dthe AmerLeine oa se, from tleob i ioen which bdas unused to tne he us od anre apt to r essuil m oe H over an Jacklds, Sporting i ots, Droviers', rocks.Wadin g ban 20 'urs '.eIec eee asa Zyyhm' pl casOwne rs c at td A ents-Freborn Ga rrid s ,Esq.
p n f ten io in A s rdarkenedpll s o mtand Th Oral qnll aoy fr om 0 o 0 aod ese I aes terss B ot rp aleG o andhore- ela appear to e donwe e nd rasy s ,, 'The every e o thohah A er s V"Iadesman'Soe t, ee tbA ND a t aEdTgI hh Agent, to ll P os t Odcid .not e naPantalo nsSportstm.at e
pi al l ay s ih-h p repnaid.d oriii' lc ''pp r to.do pLipoe l ho no r d cd In m nct' an ens o se lovnrs and saddle P anta lo-ons B o to T ru ss'., '"'In ; 1 rg l Tor (his Thmuln f fcs m y b eid.- f th n r tta ; a sw t a e ,& .e dicine t a st i my du he haforpini ong iltimc bore n t ha nH ew e : YorkS.WQilALTE sq.CU nN1NGjii riHA
knwnasHales-sqar.Itivs ccpid v -w.lc I l as hewyis t hehp hlel il vr o-er .ril usually superior I NSTRMEN MAUFCTRY |'/u Greor and Joata P''^''''TT,^ 'E" MWMT~. Puhs Julya22, 1836. ifse. a
o- en ;l, ga ,r are uwiuaslsnf person wh h la c ">elle l nr.; pg be ah is almostlhdicri awuld c MACHINE BELTING, an articleme I : ledwithaon d lebd, 1833pains. hinahernsideeUndrthesht vin d A.DeGaf.r Mc n ty ; .. S




11 on ; they w re frs Iel( leirs ofavoned lliii caugeo f i on-li noblde and ias givena lowsual tleprvcywulialdwltb ol s o a a b urhse ntil >l- '.' A rcn umoay asm oseiin oDogesOldlawareW 8 T, B B r
v beard thm re t tend hv l s fe orirci heC ole or aclor s ,i n would prmit, anl toempledlo supply her to the co mon leath e As Paher Belts. fodwihoup t Ct ou C ing sfiar pai n o i we rs h .Joseph H.b h ning h amb34 yWall street, New York.-
ftl beimen~e;`lmofnwr sonanm^r bis` ne bc andi hise t r,,i,, udnmo t l.r'rlondeu onthinn alone,3 deserES T. beURNchronicled. amon ti/ a]Cstple~~p~iiud ,eitseinpyf tloa ltenuenalkoeYi upreaiii [)rI-iiu~iirp,,"., then" delay with -sem c' f for trveles,'' frVctLIsoBAfanin ilehais mredic. _in_..e.. and. wilheig at i peetabekoius t 7.o...lc__-il.geat of the hd llth m saraategsy pt-s Consumpnio.....n, rsl. ...




g hamle. B dont roro nteetong s i ob n a of B ia- g_ o o odnare ,to a la Gri sa a- a w a iter. o an by tn io in s re th o lo r e -o h_-. ta. remue Ecrangey s intoed tile a ouste r ha d os en rioed a t eo ,- .,," ehae of L f oe itu oe
ebosw ithoi t o ut isproduci ngan eet epais atl rstr o en dd t o n




rwen fisn e ada r innwti s.veris -neITaceORndSKlwr secs e reidying rssac k d o s t cr. I ---BG n-ieb al- Ibais r o tis s h ok o h e ine. h e a
.um7-wslIpra fact try t e a n er c 1) ad all t Puoaem o natyeBa lsthatter enenhs, ey herhpioci n s el b y s thiv e t hue. s sepno e w'fle L find. i yh e sur .ri. i A ..e .h








it am he di a uot erptul lik o Js-, n, a. o eredt tepuIc. Inis oito, awaskep -gte ena ih r a e to her s aokfdenl yce as Rtot iirslheaa y wiRth l io elei prbe a stic me al ineabet d it s ad W_ The Tehe r0 aluo e pedonaioy Bnato a Iirys p a sp obn tried t tem ici .... no .e .nfeef... ... I.cityc. r
tin l nth e rm h anv ol wisei ans ; al nd ls br h i saisfa i .A niin o eatiboe ter a lrg p tion cmnd(CC SO O t P e soone bAglt o hela e Sw ig agents, Tra"n wg I IrsAt Sa.s o su K CA oTn, of e ov ry uhs obrcom n d o thes ceyd a lg, ad dinhc u ly oi n
l its ovf Lin gt, whler n wit lo d th t i he ipn ,,din .b -wei eeania ed" ad t he poofrnanguho s re, ceiavedi m r Cit sG BIERathing Ca Horcr id ng ort eac.e sawi thapp- a'e st f"-" ro e""icf (len uete ows atfatrelsr a




th vhr 1 ..,. on fro b trych ilia feednoiericblicnMPuar &ioyesary. Balsamot by hers Phheyubscibe alo m nufatursersons wishisngockt tos&cviewwictheeilabovet lwlandlsho irmageotern
thrmore HydrostaticBedsBathingCouca- a utsR SpraintWin Glfobjgrgatioandf ab ue. _.. ". M r.,-, aboveKsdmptous.LIACaliUtherefore cordially reco en dtoofE please all upon or ad ress.ic r David A. De Graft




v inity of Leitoho the r is t oion a Ind iisnroelsian f l the s rilips oriYs anhl es dl loing .ant. ha 0t s t ed iis g ou l ie C l ane d e u ipt n, o Heia r.n s a o e i e se sl eb m an Dr.Moores EssenceofLie, n ie t
* dsin' Itw sonnei'. > n- than,. ,i ~ usuac l quan tity r lonf'objrgatiorrntand abuse.- al Air ,,*, "> -'^ R called .4 :the AN T MI A S EL e- oteflcedvlaiyleton 'leuig i me] Agent^ol- ';! C blov e rtsv i P os Ofie, De^^~llawa?^re oiiy
,iIetttfie b llul d a c ine oesaw And god ca I. it r Bags, Water A Bottles, G ly ogves a dd. y MitteAnsI a Ta)eRSSaf. his rr s (aore iw-edwto aft. l, I. Stomach,4 p ro zt Ag e o eswlle Pos are cofy o n hAS ig ee
sa blon e e lism in -sop, sun u t vwideore igt1ho'n isper had u 'posab eet o H e us H re of s haid S addle ]ascalo- es "a th p e' secre ,) prcti.." es t a trythd C is edcine, asin Si gnindotS W ilm uhmorethane e w rcke.lifal ,fo Jul A 86T.EUNNG A of t.-fo ,Ve on
know t as Hatters',tsquare. Itaso ccu w ps nieo % Iua o un w emn on ile y Ie way-- 1110 hpintIhte h ops i ha etlheris heveryotherarticleusually madeoathI dia I,'11 4.,. Ar.i.f... ). ,) rae alzBstoniep tto ns.1ig l ne .W. OTLE 111 AeiE L y 186 Drt o





p- tall, g imnt, rouningh ainl awiena erst n, he l ers tn o sglth f eight be drop pd which wo fuldy cotmm eit ub berFactoiri e s I'. p ls yw eveSr/ e n ol O AN D VESl ING TOs r l l l .l l,
name o JG ear.Th ouge h bd jt a1fe tal cale d o t b tou ihel in ws carried oi. wih so m uch s cal e I. T hea odsuat e as i g llhe b o a nd bm its f qea artiola a "daes F No. m Coes s osq Aentf le, have use t b es nr .
osnd tire waters, n iafft ear s int Iinrth e nd Ie |,-ha e on no w was given l ( to y the privacy wf which and w-ill be sodas low as can'be purehasedinthisN ASTO E, Na e. I F
haAcum nci cans Bt y lin e an wura ty uid l eat s ,' ,I >eill w aaseviden tlyFrstluggh, to escape froW e ixe wih tile cnty orrelsewhere.",.,h, A, ell anh ..re -i o S..ins. c.r c. ei s oT HiAiL e oEs re iel






it n a wheanv uslie a osn wot h prbec op e Lost s' ammto t ..ivI... i th A.h c or cal. to Ihe pub claiits p can 'alwandedby s k l rn a ll. o r m k P EAS PACinK a pH as lST, L en so uld N. av
iliaA n ehainetoef in ientnrintgcCoinghy-P J AMEuri.vB.Spittingoo lood.r.d. FORA ESLURE 0






thatt mer eha lulrsoodly dcclssting iise ad o '. ,oe on ubl c!n% ,,ov r aone drr, rcain. is fo sale icr, o nt, i p pfetr oa eo er o ei eismedonle, n d ,,oia t lo ... o a d a l ega r Cons .umptio n., A .h.d L. nhot ,and r iommd -,e.h
gol e.y ithe oBenter tail ing enu itb i o way Bt inted n he onec de o nFriday.]I,-Ve. a iler s eve a. ee.peing l i c uts, ensfelyrecuscnin end it as, eie, g elual orsuebior tollams, f k







t h e B dal ie r g c o m ma n i n luie f ; i< a d e o fv n eh o N oe C oui c S tr& e t rs O i r e n a t dg otr J o h C .W -rr n a nry t igrg er o b e k i n d .a. I-o ff e .do te&u b & c wic f o r til e ao e t a t e1 v i toe H afen eal l Who it yM.
ish officers, and being a ovos spiion as an Eng- -11 I -...--- .... .... ..l. s.. f i er ICourstn t e wok s a Co.sTK i Ilor. d-,- a n sf lo le s ya e t oferedr to the p h frs t he abes a tca t o rD o e iof ifh neae W ite, 6 er d l
lis man, he had contrived i t insin uatIlit himself tl- -S el i ,,y rl -" 'exye nate dI Al so apv, asres ha o s ei a n- to -f-'-n..:' / -.: ..... paints pineuUFoTe ce, aa.re s o ,o thatifgeeal
. dl t ue ii m r i n ,Shavi gcSt ands lrounrivalled.I l i i a s egs, paL.acompostlal- ----. Subsc riberd r eret wetlt e bas p l lt.
to their eoning rp ast o obtain tie earliv.n t FACTORY. ieu inf which pure Caustic Alkali is e.hibited In its,,oPH,,sELP S,, The American Pulsponart Balsam is put for only by the 11, r more than three yeais past, frequently n cases of
intelligence (if'all their secret p'luns; and this be- H IAVE a small FACTIORtY in Fallston, Pa. for mihldest form, united wire a large portloul of Oxygen (SUCCESSOR 1-0 BEATtl,) Prop}rietor's sole Agents, F.'S. & N. CAIRBUTI,.No4 Lon~g youghs, Obstructions upon the lungs, and difficulty of breath-
in-mho medialely communicated to ilia Ame rict n an Ile or rent..Also, o ein NewBrgtoighton, 40by -asubstanceso wellrknownte to e mtess rnti ao a, A N'D"OULyINfArm t u ,h e ae af s es rwAi tnern h a d ayh u














.p em an w m gi ncto ife thes t pon i c i e l oepu liec sliy The ipror o, adl ec d a w t a i scl and Boston rN oNio forHNEg aswll be ine somsee.ar 1 sN ETONi sI .r T .
Peepatre e slbytori es h igh DsitbeR rfW tlowung or nias IthatiNt h ELsobt aind in ouSgs eous fu)t n rcsDin, thealso _ho Ba ls m ahnt-rl sa'd ad~ np d A entn D .1or'rsnc ofi n a ei
len esn e of G toe n the fru stra ion re nof a r9d 6 rm iunK ih- *l e re m edy lo ha puby wh alc, und rer a f ll c o,,i o f o 1. b A o N w a.he STOC K FRAM RAV. l e st variety of o H encin, ea e sore aod re- v believes it to JOahH A Ew t ine se te
*r t rIao r ls 1. Balsam.l aoh oSle w holesaledtby ands a bove ecint n satos sa l utaryall TndN ofl and h wit a cnes d t easu sl iin 0 1. Ia s













o1e r u wer sici osa n tlm i redl y wi t s umem o un di loho~ a aallt crC~l~ rse w e ii ilhs dn rlo rvdrdtalwr1 ar rle!T PSnd i],^ ,,"-,*:,,, ,,. thi ..rowt-__ pabred.a, mil-- (Iun m NA THA STONE New f illn ,..,mll
a g bo ilat'toolnry usatrli ne i nd ntrto t humv ea(si c ninn rw ooir c 11 .1.1 forsale or r a t- oe w o' ita A r.Iu ue, le requi obud wiiee'"s stuo fi r a ts a. R u esa W lda rcl er yum e or G as relAiia P m ona r Bas e Sol dw o fa b Fe a o le a- r- s ri e L is l r yd
Wm neil a I w ayn i e od thieas nvid u lne r inusw asl Inainliuaer, ne ; J ood llahavela lfye tli o l- uexternalbappliations, especially when aided by REGULAT NG TRUSe S.i ThisTruss,(f rwhieh arits- ener, G ap _V 1e r cious medicine B N.EAS S WHnITEN .















lor he pu rpe se of ll sie g com ewandr in cif aperfor Ihgell cArB Wof dslraff~on,. dd,.lrLaestr.ae ac} Ko7 ou, Strepgnt, Lemoode, fromrres Lashnto sie Gooos'ena inor f ,* W ler1ri e7s-1- )'* 1 -* Strwbe-' Humos Fo sa~le "to omy O-c''o 9 nonsre
S o nd lere e t e imn iesn i s ile e tost e t tr ncthiC lyo r stock to ai ano unk equal to the i enleansig virtues of soap, it has a beneficialef le bhasa e patent secured.) censures perfe ct ease. aad w. o, arniis, 'o aS-- T o t rs ; o .m e o *C -
.' i i r i -ii r i ndce1011av irioo'eoccdt henhic ~thin(3 ^ r r o'- be s 'n es on -"''d that w./ gie "inioi vtr. iitwiei,(i -r. r f **'









wilnever bre the lie nIo f lt he, % ls.ofmhe d Crk d cig for saleju Ne Br1,I ,., .ig t n ,-lt ilso, .1 few l fime. .ser ve it .sin g ofa h B csta eI3it,, gDo esk Kidh blose i.,on i an b dy 5 umpb esio e, M rh l .Porv *-i-'l -" -- ^ 'I -I' .' l ining niilllhlW!it t s N ES IIN S a -is aS8Ser iftoalli Uffinnilil]iltlhe
orsariu in conregpltnannFands1 anewofihdswills. in.hea.thystat. ...tiesnlyheeoopanlaboe;inoivlninlaitnighateepagt1.uP.1aLAPPaNo. 7 P.ngLA P, squ1areRooipoioerel(ocpos.e shaverfor aave.fora7nuy;.rsfear*f.e ersonanaylycc
n e brathed ieyo ndt alis e at e il ore inepr svnd Also. 550 nacrs oflal d, Grist-f d]Saw ) tyofyouth, aid by is in i -oratin athithout their defects. O exam- file Exchange Coffee' Ilouse.) has just receivedI
Chamber, find even there only to th' ears of Il dl, and one poillisite, unimproved, and about h-alf sa eait uh ifs e o, be i a p rtap n, a s pyndeu ednem d aorera ha n ohh h a ie









(he lledt a d fome r- de er d as st bd I il Faw ietc fils Lepi cet ioevery efficacious medicine to Iany diseases in r o own family,
s p la w s f t the lotsi atown eof Frederickwhih is in hecn- ols, knownto s ery in tile econo ysbeinfr so constructed that Lfe wearer, by theusee fta Broa cloths a iind Cassimo res of the most fashionable t e, fora incurable disease byoy physicians. W m de
;lot been able to detect the tfrenterre of tire. tract -above. ntioned,, oi the Sandy and 1n nature r the press ervation of beauty and the, enjoy- turn screw or somne other instrument convenientIn, shades and colors, some extra quality rich Vestiegs, preparation for the last solemn oduty we owe to a fell," Ion
Thoe oarm sun f a beautiful April day vaslfast B,.eaver Canal, 6 miles firom the Ohio river, and ti] mleatofoaolh. Itremoves all eutaneeus eruptions, the purpose, can at ally time alter the position ofIhl( newand elegant patterns supr goats' hair Cam .bserv










*General~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ -ig lia oree llg Crndir amd tal. The doctors LydhsderevoeCd~.lwnJoi ""n bad nogh difrec whis theyole lc.^rt^ S o~l-nall loklo. '~
creeping down over ilia high hill hs e h' et 'trsiti ou ,i o ho.') vru" s nasy. ,aTud is recommended as tire best remedy for rough- pad, so as to bringr it centrieally,over tila part affect- let,; Mohair Coatings ; Petershains Harrintns child took. it was outofre, ach of reedicle. Iliad recourse to
summitwas b rownudhby thie tall pyrayinold thetsaves^ ^e^^fth HndsPrn Aepy o C. \v.'rOWNeENI. Gs .,re Sklls, &C. &c |
it nameo whlen tirealmost perpetutal clink of Jas- 1 l, '2I law%2m lallston, Ia. 'nfessd of ithelans' ee s.& .ltt a evr e n its. osWh inixedway th iuthen Hyequ rnia withn o vr re. io n ak is nto.&c. w icbu wilat serylowb tpr icesteEsneo~f.T ygetsr ieigv y h
'n .e eK I r D D lI 'S of re atohew pbi tlhe iity upon ahvavs keepiag ton T.rnia within orisn Ioi i. have everYhd notreas.nheenae-sP .it believeuedi should have
per's hammer suddenly n uchased. R sting its ahead lThiscel b'a d articles for sale in anv tLattitv, its proper boundar s. w The co er Ii ei g removable, fie alo keeps constantly ou had a i re assor, tflyr. C aed Handt hbes e nfe elyr us, an d .s ca n lic iern
on the warm ansvil withof in ( i ehand, ui le funed list- 6f a* A.B. taho b Woods,",) -ridoijl ad oa reas ot l2 p I eau atan tchanpag tes, Lemo thds, R aspberri es, Lre G o t ,oer,,.s gener a u. oO SIAe Tio N .
lessly over it, while with the other lhe willed away i|Varranted tobhe oef Ieto t' able. a ricl Ieslelis. Southsid e Fut euil Hall J.P.HalUnons[lik e p._i erts. free from. exorifieatiou. I .. Y esr t"dteksClovsH thin, oUmb vrylas, era l.- O l ID N










the gathering erspiration from his orehead.-I lo publici. MayIa rd &iNoyes, S.eN. Brewer& Brothers, Wash"3TheEsubscriber also manufactures .UAniaLICAL ats,Poke foridfs.o &c.s wich lhe wiCill atreowie To allPwhom it may concern.
.ear b..on___rsv-ph.,..vasthu1s ..l -npa-- O;Srans.---t!G -s Savns-Sifnes-- ugons.- Iw -edl .chn s ow .1 Ki- .. P7nrOLAPSU.Rrl.q X UISPE ATRq Y TRUPP SSESo )-l 'iccs '.---. -W _,the -,si.ed.Pysiian, -wh hae ,po _d te e_


-ler this specious pietence. From his connection Albany; amA) )avid uallnt,Jr. Utica, N.Y.A LARGEC gcantmrcoahl8o a u o e oa
and good terms with many of Ihe royal officers, he a consisting of alivarieties, viz: Surtouts, Cloaks, and Forks, Waiters, Astral 75,000 AI]ORUS MAULTICAUL1S, or true Chi.- dec. 9
had eretoore receive the earliest intimation H estsDress Coats, Pants, Bosoms, Collars,Stocks, and Mantle Lamps, &c.- neseMulberry Trees, can now be supplied. ,
SrForsaleatE. B.McLAUGHLIN'S,No.4Hanover OrantalTreesShrub and Roses, about 1000EP E
all [ie se cr etg of 1he Council, but for som e days his M [E Season having been very favor ral l e, the s ub)- S hits, H ose, & c. l ml.ler good fortune Ia d semed'to fiit him. His gues t IL scriber will engage to finish ICE, of ite first Also, W atches, uisica Instrument's and Jewelry street, near Court street,, Cheap.jor Cashonly. fineest kids --Also, 'Herbaceous Flowering Plants,O A E I O LTNE AI E
w ere m o~re reserved th n u ua o p k ith q lity and unifiora shape, in any quantity, at one of alk n s w Ich w be sold cheap for cash, by 1,1 m ay 13 ls& o gtf' splendid Ptconi es.and~double D a hli as." F O R L S A L E T O 13E L E T A N D ItE PA IR E D
dolwere more reserved larhan usual, or. spoke will y ie snsap, hn any quant thistt, a es JI NNINGS, 57, Union-street. A s Address by mailpost paid, td WILLIAM KEN- NIEBUHR, No. 7 Av ery street, has on uao
greatercircumspection. He was certain that some- oratanytie inarcheApril, nayorJue iiApply 'N.B. Thehighest price given for any ofthe above Pi1nti RICK,Newton, MAlass. Treesand Plants, whenor- forsaleado e let, a variety of excelle
thing was hidden, yetfound imselfcmpelled to at the Hav-scales, head of Deven's wharf. Chaes-articles ep6m Oct 18 FRESH supply of Hastings' P1INTINGINK. ered, are carfly seecte, ad faithfully packed ton PIANO F TESorders
Ie silent fo" fear of appearing unduly curious.- town. N. J. WYETH. .i-. Also, Red and Blue Printing Ink. For sale by apdedely forward freom Boston by laud or sea.- cd a rearcd A
Could it be that he was suspected ? Thit seemed 'W llte s", W.-HENSHAW &CO., No.l24 Washingionsreet, Transportation gratis to the city. Catalogues will promptly executed. ..oply
impossible. Was it not rather a secret which all No ticO OilB eetB il-HI'al", A LARGE quantityof Gentlemen's off cast Gar- Boston. j une1, be sent to all who apply. sept 8
were forbidden to divulge? Yet the safetyvoflthe .US'Treceived and for sale by MARSH, CAPEN mA ments, for which lte highest cash price will he New n -i-- c U WHITE &C. co'1 eof(i.B
Amnerican cause might depend upon it, andit must & LYON, 133 Washington street. febl 7 given. Also, Watches, Jewelry, and Insrnments of P1aq. eS Sifd ReU* JSSI. .eW ;.lygeii-E @" IiIS. nUSIING, WHITE & CO., corer of Kilby and
be o is nd w t muca tall kinds, Surgical, Nautical, Mathermatical-and In-- "UST received a good assortment ot PLAQUES MIHE Subscriberhasjust manufactured .r.,. va- V Water streets, have for sale 20 cases and bales
known. is mind ws too nuch r eitled to P"rP S ari t OlS strumental; Gins, Swords, Pislols, &c. andall sorts J and-BELT CLASPS, ofthe latest fashions. A riety of Wrought aud Plain Shell ('-.l;, of English. German, and American milled CLOTHIS,
permit him to labor. lie slowly proceeded to -F English Bonks-Select Parliamentary Speeches ofdisposable Fancy Furniture. Foranyofthesbove Also, a largo assortment of BEAD BAGS, which new and fashionablepatterns, which, being made by fashionable colors for Surtouts ; bales sup 1Pilot,Uo-
gathnrnipand lay aside the nfinhisied portion el _ofW.Pitt--The Dramatic.Works of B.R.Sher- articles, a ready purchaser will be found onapplica. areofferedatbverylow prices. Signofthe "Original himsclf,h.e offers with much confidence and at very hair, and Eetersham COATINGS, extra Gelman
is da'sy s loil, and cleanse his smutty hands and idan. Just received at 147 \Washingon sat. OTIS, tion to W.S.JINNINGS,57, Union-st. or 10Frank- Golden Comb, "No. 2 Milk street. moderateprices. A. S. .ORDAN, Signof Original CA.LETS;' Imitation do. and Linings-f or sale at
iAce. When rolling dowr this long shirt s!ceves 1BROADERS & CO. feb 3 in avenue. epcm eOt 18 sept 0 A. S.3JORDAN. Golden Comb." No. 2 Milk street. sept 30 he lowest prices. octli