Erie gazette
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Title: Erie gazette
Uniform Title: Erie gazette (Erie, Pa. 1820)
Physical Description: 40 v. : ; 51-55 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Sterrett, Joseph M
Publisher: Joseph M. Sterrett
Place of Publication: Erie Pa
Creation Date: July 6, 1837
Publication Date: 1820-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Erie (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Erie County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Erie -- Erie
Coordinates: 42.129561 x -80.085214 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 15, 1820)-v. 40, no. 13 (May 5, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for Mar. 17, 1821-May 5, 1859 called also whole no. 53-wh. no. 2041.
General Note: Publishers: Joseph M. Sterrett, 1820-<1836>; Joseph M. Sterrett & John Shaner, <1837-1838>; Joseph M. Sterrett & J.P. Cochran, <1841>; Joseph M. Sterrett & Isaac B. Gara, <1847-1858>.
General Note: Republican Anti-Masonick, <1832>; Democratick Antimasonick, <1835-1838>; Whig, <1847-1853>; Republican, <1858>.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 12396408
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System ID: UF00073655:00002
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Succeeded by: Erie weekly gazette (Erie, Pa. : 1859)

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7' Up' 'fi st ats; cu tp- tirely.ofcement.\are islrn atpo e ybu.g c nns thre,
No paper willbe discontinued unia larrtea t > on tl- r100'41 aprtri e AWNorthAimica l.. .. ...- free .. lars-- ki, rff rt io -S '
7eikfg o, f hvae ,flbttFuilI an "bo dnwuu O-m ad i ose cnrlybeded boys,
r t 3 !.' '"- in; an wilh feared dlligeuce used every b tire pieothltevril ei1te *,sor pafitwginiii: onseclylea
tefli imeas tld rb4t sin &isipowbr to ecqnire a knowledge of the i i t de ~ivewatef ia pirp-o, Tenne-'s a. ,4 eeing mer rilytojrhe, _
a let iidies sed y: fr the e o i "o, in ritf ak.d fo., Their pur. and blithelome joy.
.i ..htl shieat A : e nib l wid wthitedd, ad '4ie m e ore ad itchlarl. -i t'd _ans... ....b gatt er i td air te, pilae and tuheut n
w i n.o i -- .ph. ,,, 'u- ,- Btast ,l ; aefe, kt n.i ~it, ,in.-st ateer lgg..u --rdn .nd. t.i e., dia ple-laugi girl,
d%%gs f uw4tV in#_ ,rg4.-= sl Obuved thb.flidians wetsra nbj-et~rto a. '-~.n&n, ;ar a~ re f lr, ,i,, cl.naik n With locke of se amag.ig I: .
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o'4- ro WR 'i.. rrd ral rup. i ieds th '-pQ ternis and sel on as reasonab le tterge as '
P.*,t ;e o B #o tPbie tarini doitptatted o roof s f Or t-.en A.ptewlb Ortadisr, d e
R -e t -',a, *', i'.'.- etry efteir.sico m paimts1, were re om cing evocondeors, and r p oh w ,_ e .
Nu sm1r ds M1Mtossin-iiang .d violot Ww Aboi t imh~ olet ch-pepP i ,, id-5, i. ..., ad bi~ n t, the walls, lqrq ld .Too ligh i6wandtoo fl e,
WuaGA E, --. ,,. ,. .ere of suchantroeswaidwlit people in a Er M ch.25 -,, ,. .-of,; est an oeetr er. r tught beside a (airy-dream,
pIiio~.fl11^'iksJC% a~!, ., civilized seto, khv.t:seamintie4'in confirmed con- ;t '.. -. rd # has 'n tt already piithbitshfet rei- r !Where iadrmasseould upt be.
d~.~b.1; :. ipt ons y t ,oL te .tn -s h '. .tif l iI m tirletrTemkflto i athef ita ntM o
,LAi he cdflot heir otofewE) dkd ofp c4n- R f i E oig r a t bii d t* established that's 1e my sistoeringling there! ,
-. ,. ow a'i re offwdf~i-lB~B *J- e.BC If- g palr.;, trebeet-
ii A .. ..j. .r ( u1qll Ill- falUili ih ,tm e br, ds agcea aaIlll I1 fo-eteL i p eis, a klells aijd lo te e rid tl B. :I"4 ll l that nmirth-la"u" "ipg crowd,
..... -!1d...oia py a & .oo knd o e eir.r .- ha t can ot f i toa r cap^ !,ItspralJ o on-n..n .. ... .n Wa
-i f..li4 OCEB- '-" e ad.s-c and. so cerrtm of. their. effitj- w n htt ,i ties foa aNfira" ininnno~~ do e opp niq b tw 'h.ibfi s i44~e d, bedf ,f t ehal : Ath if the earth '.er.eewr a care- .
t! lhet iedrib,ae lengehich -m: titie-applid, that it yy .hesid. '"a tr ;tonen- Lots, Nti.2, 3t3, 3.39T, orn6ner Fretelta ,ale b-,thmi .eny .wit.ow, -: The bright ky sne'eracloud.
M aia^g. tesWhit!anidlRe Ledn aum tion Is a disease nae r otwalorhatli sa- Second street. :- -- l' ,evfer 'eMr tnt received Iaee that spot of joy, the gAread-
... r.a W ,i neV~iVn a Rad liong them." The truthl : ,ofti observatjin No .1944, cor nerofr F"nchnii.Publnik Square.*, a- ome ai iolnte aPll t micUn ArAis e,
V S.js., re teil-ope T nls6t be corroborated by il wholiavehaivd,ttee Parts of ts 265 6., west side of State street ((3feei f r hd IrsowT e-i nd-gh fo coiflt~i rte' :The playgreonf yutf wydount
i r" l- "ry^- Porowp oppoltunia of becoming' tc aihied, with it e _ro.at .' Aof, oiit l otibiTne, i nttir ,tharcompanie,. MTh ite-'aiserstihtpath.rei nd
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o m e i r rn.idS I, peo pl _, o may then be-aiske why they are ey- satree 8 f a ef Tsad. ae t i-il^ l th-e4 n iete eUieifud viloi a W,, Sn eeitbt, vd -lhri..
a.S.e ... r. e"mpt. ronithese coniplanrtis the reason i Patdo.12 corn rofE hthl andStatS35feton eU 8.frapl-agilitr .
Otla ( tSits'FrpBdtirnf Paini t viusm-bedause they immediately seek f-irielif, ate r. -g' ee.et A ar tlrooklynJAtng ih. -sii my fathritaid aai. t;
iBWlbtlt, iln l ill 'a attiles ntd prevent those comnplaidW whlih iaserwibly No. 1931,south ideof 6th It. near tlielkSquii. I 'lnb been cbaiters vwih cacial. f a An id'ie- th. .b.. i e e,
GumB Copal, She! Lae,.e.LtO ]Olueisinglass, pindermine the etitution, and bripg on inc W- 1906, corner of 6th anid Myihe suReet. 900,tith stock ofJh.eAnet ica eetpm- .- ...
aandirgigehna^sB'tbtiai ath 8aperii< n rseggsa,.n ble consumption. .. _... 29409, corner of 6th lnd.hesot tlres -. pa nyi'eiv York, advance onbune r id ....p,-,er sii r' eue ecll o of die heart,
-Mlafelg o* tiv nolliartfit :I ncatdegrdatier oxalicg Bills of -djrection actCmpnany.eaeh bottle of 096, corner of t 51 and Chesnut streets.. cent.~ 1opernat ohi ofthe first season 'lone. Cortentedi te ive st.. .. I
o^aw r B"u .e-tro1i al the symptoni~ ahrte different stages of these and, second i *: etesontrctedf tihe sAtriee. Ceme nt oll. My r, then, di4m toeel
the w44Atile it44 aS, flei how b
C knWTie Vi.trio, Cream T'artar, distrepiing diseases; ala particular directions re- .7 so tr'id.- te, 4 lat ttide of tthe elalbscribers- .e anguageCat ourjoy.., -:li
f tta-- 'int ~Dr i~gt & iaedw- 4p.ctlng Diet and Legimed aow. patient re d thtrets. e ,eta Thi and vaFos.tr e ,Sp. And eigely sway would steel, -
'itea amtog whie kfiti~tibiof 6ii~rtes TateO to.gcpoduct thbrmelves through every stage ntil. 3181, 3184,,corner of2d and Myrtle streets. < JDEDAD. LN IOLN, '...., ToBtia ,imot y.
Iyllriteed464 e pheticAi; Saiwerd otl&,- bealthli iaresbred-for vain and lese would he Noa.31,3i2, on Hotlaind street, No. 2, oii fha- LMN BLA,.... i
rtAAgaatit Ceffeesdes- the pres iptiu s the ablest piysiciar; iccom92, on l th, 699, 702, on 9th, al lot 139 on 8h, be- e d -i i. M am" r t .l .
PL3, aased Dee 1 apanie Wit the m post erpo f antd useftmdi tween Frechb and Holland; 74,747, o eth, between New t pe ln.ri.. al in.i-er e r day
tSTan~li Erat.lack, Cayenae- @if i1hiid d(hetious at net fatkhfutly adhered Peach and sassafras; .449,1 Q, between 7th and8ith : That bring departed days,
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--I peerdtltIict-e, Ca ,a & Scra dg -. 0., p t d Chest a .d M yrle; 2 _, 775o,on 2 4, between $.-l HO Ai t- t RE'AinAL- Itie i etern reai tyto pass-
-=--^ ; "" : -The p"lblicfare.foirmied that the daeposjition ChesnutandMyrtue;3 al8, 2,32i- 3, ^84, between O 4.pG,AQi,-K& Co. ,as nows recA- ei .,ve .h .... ) "
l.ilord- otf rons-hi n b a' bfute thr Front and Second, and GermanantParde; oon atthe former ed oe Before tp prpet gaze;
o.... Uebe....28T *e .en taen ereeprper 8th st-leet, east of Parade; lots -^oN 189 -897 1!L3, Keto tl a cii oref frenich &Si, streets a J.o .i uagiddvery buimd oref -,
3lyt dia ,'ft1r kiid Ne e rv sr authoitips of hecity,of Larcastergall Compete 1 tr 0te P'27 ...9 3,...0, .. .. .- or toeex a Cosclost-.esvery bsri sed g .
a' ottdr.atfrer Sk a.ort ly ...... of.the 19.st desperate qases of c.usup- and Myrtc, an.d extenin fr-oni Otho7dits. latest i oniosiot, wd-.msoil speiot mlitr.- Amiddendremoilf nw,-
ardit. .:-.. ..-- -on, ome of which are detailed in t bilt ac- Wmte.-tottWo. 52-33 fetfront An,' m mg t pY ,- i p-d The sorrow that demand relief
AlStbrCb5biir i w she mtayrcbhos6o coiripanying the bntdea. Block No 374,#i aorces; Firs secios, subdivided- 40 piece i and f bla k hl, brown, ad Tht 1, so i ams.
T eqlk gi-f i llair .t<^ W le expplied :d The price 6f iech bottle f ININ SPE anto 38 lots. faieible cretlby ixtand o
lets, for oa, vat prices, which we believe, wil be C tFCK r is land eaohl etVelpe ofethe genuine Blockos Nos. 25,5, 26and 239, irstsectiou, acres d hb flrbisaClr0t: "" A h at- : .
rflyafLa nney bejng grealy need spckifick is signed -by Dr, ,LasoN FRE..MAN, 'd. .. 60 pieeAckbe, drbtgaaetiix;nd fancy Btt now thoe scette hae felt tIwe p ..W Oe
d 'pece warold be wane pd the initial C_ F.onth seel ot eaeh bottle. Pa,'ts i blocks 241, 155, First secti .. S:. n rinrped simeagaid lt pe. Of cIiaigming, bhtstisgage .
t l Itt gC~FP ERK s, None can ,be ea a i w hout hisignature; aba se Bls 1 .n 5et. Beveet ,e p..s .fusia p d pp Clt h And that whkih bloomed, inioute shdit hour
S -;, Ste s.".-etllOw Etelhth. e- ompositionhaviugbeen attemptedt o be impo ed 212 acres. Z oneto earhe iaecesconsitutiorn, eh'rill, Cords, satn and le t bowed betorl it age:,
o- .th. p blick b y a _counuterfe t on t i B l ck N o F stsectioli. 0 echteo wans, o o .e. .. .. .s... ....., nd 8 ne -v e ah bow ed -iefore tk es o rage : -
extraordinary article. Also, a large number ofotot .enueratd cheap: The playground ings not wi a hout
.pl- l i.. .* Ef u freih stupprly just reeeivedaendfor sale by Tte above willheeen by relfrene. to tlhenp Itl sipW s thW&abl rightw liick-very p r FLEMING & Bt EWS ER. eontain many first rate business lots,as wellas desmai loontMtief ,mikturhe, taid a eil r li nen The tale rank woods now grow about
on Ia to throw toletlher some bitter and qther' Erie,FebruaryJ2, 1837. blelogations for p'wate sidence. Drills, Diagoal and Angoia?ssBncreMage
subs taa, an to sendthem forih to the world ri- ,Also, 62 acres of raind i nlTes west Dfirom te assort men l, i That spot ofguileless glee.
CVrefc i'e 1) irf eg thrig~tt, isortritBay T O EbONOMIESTS "ou h; 100 acres 3 1-2 miles west from tue borteh ^Eg iad lColmred 'adzia Mir, Mr s
-hat e a A -e eeee a e ur Doars moro"i. na nexteadmng io theater of the beay, ilk, -.,uede.dVein?: .T.Le Mygiad eompniTpalllaveet .t
e .velB, Btrlly ih tu o plua.! prevailed; ;, i-.-", -P 1 "r .. ^ 3 ,o ng. *t. Also, var.iroswiwmnved farr.eTr.Jrietuandintif- 500 Inweae abr h Frucel; GerraBiad .t d rrt,,,oi,,, h,, ,*, 4i,,,, ..... i
a nt"t t mmt. so eIO thUose wo winsh to save interest, by the fetntse ton ,ou flaro ser n.e a .ent sec0 tions of tea cou, F Gera 1 sad 'The chagisg i ad f time -
tad tWe Ciea i6tte l their liref whneL u oftheiriund can find sale for their one. The subscriber will act asgeberl iaem tore Colored god rmen Ad s brightianstve pied n
azilageins.tA& tBlhe boiou Irem iwhene U Welr o apli three doftar tqgs, and al other rn ncurredit purchaser ile of-ril estate in ie -sad i uiriy. -$rprior.it ad-ia We ermo Sha wis ; j
i. -.q-- i ) :. moeytieitafit taepteda, bycaltfg heonb'theob -aA encm co uisei will be chfgd -i eithr Black hath'atitetrif, gri detin, cP t pei' dv iitir e.
S'a" in4t)lieggs,,Irn "ber-e, at No.6, heaside, at the office f J ease. Inlorormation frely and prompityomm ommnica- rsic re f. Wahy need idas.thie honest jt
w iBls- to t e ~n d' A.,y, from the hours of46L P EE tedin answer to post-paid ,letters. Reference l ACo, el tepes Ie aend liguredSalks, a splendid lesort Away, while thimsI musei, I
N-r0. aWtroslr, t-wwardBs-oww id 'o J T REE be give if requested, in Philadelphia, New YeorIk, rent -.s. le t. .r.. ir ,- I
i 4 -a e aef afed bi ore feicitat medtoi- March, 9, 1837. D. Troy,B Buffalo and Pittsburgh. Prmted raw Silk, valencia and'chally Handkech e let epear rp aerer
cine ca be afforded by any f our udnu and 0 HULBERT,- Thibet P. and P4aSi ShimawlanddRtf. To heal the Memory'a bruise!. .
:aiv at sissr4e to their fellow citYens that- it iOU"Ut... office on French street. Sewing h ilk andfancy dress. dk.'fs d -. t

.ei he iteptadtimit a -remdy exa e th i e m' s IBIE AND-HASKlShve .re-oiod Slack bali. pim.heilkamdtBartelon t Hdkfy And left nntouche that infit brw- t
mni likipstil.r to.substitute ff r i .suchtrah ness, is this day d.sso.ved by mulual consent, two Doors south of their old stand, to the Figureaadcr pongee, hbadanrna sgirsk b o "w- t'
aS can in no wish approach itin excellence, however The notes and accounts of the nrm will te settled Store formerly occupied by Gannion & Se.. ian kerchie .. Those curl of streaming gold
easy iy ms bew ther edged Tyrb n Medi- y H S Driake. Erie, May 11, 8. A'heavy stock leached andbrown Shieting and Ah' io his signet shiteth there
-ice t reeseat e it isuperfiaal appearance, taste H S DRAKE, Eie, May 83 -. ,itng .. .... .n t.l.a l fa.ce -
ad smell. ,- E 8 SPRAGUE. HelloVI. Italian sewingtis, Swiss, C aaaband Padntln. nIn that sol-wildering face,- ., ,
P .der prc(, thoW frSimp',itio" wh#may Erie, April 7, 1837. [ALKER. WILLIAMS & Co.have taken Prunellp,-patent ,iSeed a.d plaisgilt Coat a.d Vest And all h(bat seemed iq childhood fair, F
TeL ari, after R.WAT, dis t "Iguis- n ,6 -- the stand formerly occupied by P. S. V. Butons of te'atesf style and most seerior qual- Looksp#rd in ionuanB' e "ace i
Tp ic ane ein i tur, id heg numerous The above business will be continued at the Honmot. wo doors south of the old stand.. They .. -- ,
,etla nd sb t e.s wc nue topr to old stand, oin the corner of State and Seventh are receiving an extensive assortmentofGoods A at. It4o ove Shtad id dyel rig halls
iuN'iereat .pat~ts -t' the couintry, the names and- streets, .here will be fouod on hantd or made to which will be sold from 10 to 25 per cent. Tower al. .era a.....t. beae r ....ta d tgh.eri S ash ,aud ..ttrid al
'whereabouts~.assukaslhaveas yet been discovered, order, Rifles, Fowling Pieces, Pistols, &c ; also than former prices. oAhel fall s tK8 1t of o-f r aned-h -h d O... do p
-aaseL Powder Flasks. Shot Behlts,' Rifle and Musket Erie, May 13,l'T837. o A"ofl assorte -t 4 "'i.. Hr L-" Her wordlike music'ssweetetall .
i aM T4 ,$,L" 8 .o0mstock Co,- Powder, Cap and Pill Percnussion, Shot, Lead, EVONSHIRE STRAW [BONNE'8---A few lo Wae, Cocery, Gs & trn"', ar EnehIauingly do elide. .
i &Yr k i d"t k . & C .. ..h e.a "v e" .t. -f o r.19l e.by -W e,?w l m i. S m .. i S t e el0, . ,
-uhton & Aspinwalls Tonick Mixture;by &'r H" S DRAKE. Jun e I1 g. L i arrd s, De Wods, P ns I've .marvelled if that idy's heart,
aki v Butler&Cla, N. Y. N. B.Old Guns repaired on 'hort notice and -ATENT WHEEL HEADS, bythe.doe.n l t&.- MDICINES. T- s thatei
T h ae's MTM ik cy CoBta & -C rf or single, for sale by .n sho n ineitkeryatice tial cat a recalled when oer ld .happy mar
,arlllti 4,iektMitetnre,by Charleulnarslall, l lMOTHY 8EED.-Afew buishels,(a good June 1.1837. T. MOORHEAD, Jr. for inn the qiePcanteineandatogether too ri-' Contentment spread its wing. i
Phi-t e .i article) for sale at th Eagle Village Sbore, rmerousfrthe li-tlstfalAvertiemenL
lr.il.et.lefia BtTon. i .Ber. anAgeinX- atby .. ic e-J.M'CONKEY. Fot a* zh .aOlCe. o Having selecee their, goods with he greatest ,The heartlistone, ice that bleBsed time, a
up,bbyCae 4^cbfFer,JPhibidl May 18, 1837. HE subscriber having disposed ofhis stoci care, i~nd thevareeonfident Hath felt the hand of Fate, r
''epebhit a et savedj frpaon crtainty as of Goods, requests all those indebtecito him that they can- sell atcheap -s ie ch-ape; a4d- Ad.1, o. ha ait c i b 2: d
to eeaess O WANl' TONICI CASH rFO BUTTER. to call and settle their accounts. He will attend would iree;eff~tfinvite i to ilWand ae- Ald all; that hope had tangt to climb.
X,'clh nig upon his authorzed-agents ASH anmdthehighest price will be paid for for that purpose at his old stand on the corner their stock, before purchasing elsewhei. Has now grown desolate!
thIgtti t te *oery,*er won applilation -to he ay qnintity ofgood fresh Butter,delivered 4nd those whose notes and accounts have been a Eried May 535- .. And friends, that stood to glad the sdoul, t
p -. -J`tN ti. ROWAN M i. at the hoilse of the tsubscriber,- southeast corner long time due, need not be toId that payment will i. 6 'ELEBRA ', an v VGE- Have token vows, and cast
asvi7-- :247 Market st,-Pb.Madelpbia of Sixtlstseet and the Pubhick Square. Also, be expected without further delay. T ......... THaei feli ngs.vosd and rcot 1
talba. ,-E,.PERKINS Erie Pa. for any quantity of fresh Eggs GEORGE KELLOG. TABL PILLS Their feelings fond and proud control
lI. -E AN-SON JEW ETT. Erie, ,Maiy 1, 1837. A sure d eff~ctdna remedy forhe Piles, never Upon the worldly blast. F. I
so tati, hef iEW & FASHIONABLE FANCY & STA- take pleasure also in recormnending to anwatotfajl ofturias eptwdhere lu"l jrati -. :.
WV July next, at 10 o'clock A. M. at the Man- PLE -RY GOODS, &c-Just received, an my ol customers and the phlick;mysuccessor in all oAphtintof. 1 MISCELLA EOUS t
sion House in Entbhe realestate of Col. Thos elegant assortment offashionanle Fansy and Staple In business KaeLLOs. CLARK, & Co. as entitled FEMAE WEIAKNESS,
Fqrst r,lth, p ,rie,, cease consiting of part tOO), twich iilbe ld as Ca, asan heob- o their confidenceandpatronageo. .. Especially what -. alled the P..apaus Uteri, PNCTUALITY IN THE PAYMENT c
of4 Ot onlhe cosner ofFrenchtano Fin- streetstd lhr nth (o 62 ae or BA. e- G. KL lOb. very prevalent coaliplaimt; and.' where the1 any OF DEBTSea
e2%. ..m. vn. saleorretal. for Cash by A.C. TUTTLE ...
*q trVwr. 4 ilpaq ff7 -uriilpo e amaer~re'adin4f50 recent iv

als a pirtora t4 on sixth Street, between r recn T,,n ADMINiS'PRATOR', NO"PlC, mmarregularianin the periodical evacuation ar'si g iron We t h foh,- win e c f '
a f'riadf rel, atis -two lots at t crner of ,. ., ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. delityt will be f d n inva s We takthe foo
SabAfti ad iiifthEtreets, also two valuable wa- T T E'l PTT XICr ETTERS o Administration on the estate TThyy also remove pa in 'ie breast, weakuesof mon of Rev.Dr. eman, of Troy, ub- a
teratein wimeHi there-sa Ware Homtse.situate ALKER, WILLIAMS &* Co. take the LJ of Benjamin Hershey, late of M'Kean town-'the stomach, ana are good in ald of those affections lishedi in the National Preacher for April, on y
near the foot of FWaechstret, and adjoining the l Tiberty tbinform their Cistomers that thev 4ip, Irie county, deceased, have been granted ofthe wels risii fom debility, ad wherethey Punctulity in the Payment of Debts"- r
a t btenl a nwitg Physicianso noerloerosnsn andmirineye : b ., Ro eaa o an ,b n 8
Wae seo sa slogg. Terms of sale have opened a large and well -elected stock of to te suscribers; therefore al persons having ty st t -i.t Owe no man an,, ting- .... i We
willeeas amdae known on the dayofstale, Goods, mind they pledge themselves to sell every dmad against said estate will please present Th, g "ao e .... .... hope ios ...em f ..a. t a n c i "
-' Medicine coaneshighly reoommdNohopethetrthf... 1,. ..tex..ag...B..ild.d.in o e ngy out d
-3 J' HN1M. FORST ,- article as chaap as ihe cheapest. hem, properly authenticated for settlement, and by the following PoloywicinaPh. Doits. Farringuon amd this sermon, by -one of our best divines will
p .., 0 '. FHOS. FORTER. Please call and see, at No. 1, Exchange Build- those indebted to sald deceased, are required to Cleveland, Asltafla, Ohio; G. Kirkpntrick, Har- ha sali re onthecommuni
,,^01 ,-. HQS.-STFAJART. wings. make payment immediately. lensburg, Pa. Hachett and Curtis, Middlebury s ary effe.
BMcuto..rs May 3.,, 1837. MARY HFERSHEY, of M'Kean township, Ohio; Winte- and Brid-water, Pa.; B. Beach, as one whose condiltoo is described in the h
,..... "r-.ay.3.. CURTIS HE1DLER,of Fair-view do. 'Twinsburgh, Ohio*. M. R. Fowler, Aurora, Ohio. last clause of the extracts, we hope to share .
Br vbrhe-baeriet1or pounwl for saleby l' -EATHERS -A fresh supply, just received JEREMIAH BURFORD, of Millcreek do. The above Medicine, is for sale at the following largely ourselves in the benefits resulting b
"- ., -. A. KIELLOGG. _' and for sale by the subscribers. May 25, 1837. Administrators. places. 'W. ToWNsEND, Springfield, from a discharge off the duty here incuicat
,, Erie, May 31, 1837. PRINTS.-Just received at No. 2, Cihe pde, tNicHSe,& Co., Girard. w
g u 4yof Bay-berry bark, and a few g andfor sale at reduced prices, .* ,T Fairview. The words which I have selected for my s
Sn, =epuraed Seriec, OW for sale by E ne Woolen Factory. 2000 yards superior English prints, PIaRKtNs, Erie. text, though they relate to pecuniary or co- w
C, F. PERKINS. HE subscribers would respectftlly give notice 100 ,, French do. warranted fast colours, msae a, ercial transactions, stand in a ery sacred p
to the public that the above factor having 2500 ,, ,, American do. by conReetion. It is this The law of God, so
-~*pe i -JB kS. undergone a though repair and fitted up ilhe June 1. A. C. TUTTLE. fO BOXE. of Raisins; also Pu Cit fas relative duties ar concerned, rfdires ,
,HIS da ; r i at pbest order for doing first trate business. will be in I s 0 rons, and Tamarinds, for sale by r as re iveues are concerned, requires
HI da received at Oook rdiness at all times receive and dispatch wok or. June1,1837. J ZMMRLY & CO. to abstain from every thing that would in- i
1. gte,-" No. -4, Chda slde, inthebestmnanner. ro addition to the formerstock of 1' A. BONNELL, & CO. respectfully in. --- ict injury upon our fellow men, and t pro- s
Ts tld k 1837, bhia4 phia, do. do. maehinel'y,vwe shall have a new and splendid carding form thie citizens of Erie and its vicrmity, MOTT, mote their great good. Every thing else
The Wreath, .do,.F. jy Book, do. Machine Condenser for manufacturing; also custom th 1I they have this day opened, on the corner of PHvaiscrAN & StR IEON, associated with Dr. A. is a, violation of the law of God, as it respects s
Roderick IaI wisd. ,ilutrations.wy Cruk- work, nonesuperior to itn the country. Those wish- Statestreetand Publick Sqnar,, o ,;t the Ea, BEEBE. r
shank, Maelichampe, a TLegaind4 o othe Santee, ing to have their wool manufactured into Cloth, gI Tavern, a la and exte met EFRC rla dutes. To w am anything
thl, ta1il e dfe-.t Flannel, Blanketts or Sattinett, in good style, can -tnple & aeD Gd a T. Romevn BeckJ. resHadle James u t T. Romevn Jes Hadlehs To pay our dety, James aduty
of I, ttethe Pirate 6f the be aceommodated on ibel terms. C y onsist icy oo a. ry ton, John 13e La Mater, WestelWilloughby, oe.- expressly enjoined by the autborily of the p
0o ,-- ProthesMta.t. J itsm.... WOOL CARDING will at all timesbe done with ting ofBroad Cloths, Casimers,Sattmneatts sot, .0ege eof Ayeieia. kSurgeons,-U viero- Blil;e; to refuse, or even defer to do this, is c
Gtt firyWts Novel Prostant Jesuit eatness and despatch. w t ; o. .. and summer Stufffsofevery description. Also, a .o of New yooH.Tr-nOk.P-te an en,- i t o e n n thin
P"subl eidO.C Ud6pdi.* CLOTH DRESSING at all seasons of the year, large quantity of Teas, of all qualities and des- -ison.n. T. te,1W.D.IabanHazetine,M.D. a sin against God. "Owe no man any thing h
WsieAtMc4146,- ... will be done toorder in the hest mansey. criptions, which they are disposed to sell for cash, Samuel Foote, Jr. D., Jamestown. but to love one another.". There is one
") RENT, a small House.. -. .i'n N. B., Most kinds of country produce taken in at WHOLESALE & RETAIL, on as 6od E'.P.Upltahn, M.D.,ayvWle. debt we may always be paying, and yet ne- ih
RENTitalHouse, with ab6t ne acre payment. Weope bystrict attend to binessto terms, if not better, than ca be obtained else- Carlt J M. Eye In ary,) We ld ver fulldischarge, and hat the debt of i
itGEV .. of meritthe confidencead patronage ofthe ptbliIck where in th vilk. Hon. B. Walwprtbit, M.D., Pres' Chaaaune he.claimsof de are, from the t
.1. GO.-.1Pk4iO~iG. r VI-. .La... A :WIKE & BALDWIN. Erie, M .ay27. 1837. cow dzt#I~ &.jsi-----------_ j,.---------......-,--_--....--..
AI&& 1rll IMM'i T O N .. .. . 1 A R_-__f -. ., ala .

7 -,--- -
of the text applies "wit),eqa.1e ra
dsownde,~ as ~IO* !ayjS. .P Ow. afq.
tihin, oq-evea 0.. bLulalJ4t 44 p. -
A 4 rprd to a *aWW ow. ww&d%
io..se0CU9e P00w allt -in y P dmt .;
Poupracting a dEbt aIways iPP
mu0. -f payment, at di@;hefi. '
payciPt bp wade, is e0iIev a pgiot,
pulation, Or must be spttmd. If"Ilit
stahacu.:' Tbhee is always Pr
elpicitor implied, whick plidgmnAj
word. aud IJimt apromiais tiobein
by tbe same rules wtiipb .&pply .q t
suilj!cts, aod is notW aIy bUOELD4 Aaj1w, 14
in opforejq jnmofal pjiuiciPe,
be directed Wfr, a ao -tepi'oj
promise, J'q iprcaa ae
ty ofleurpamghboiw. qod401J, b44
have lPerqpe *his.lit w~s s.
efghbqOar's dvlt, 4'. tu I5 ap~* qiP;
ConI.raq4. Pr.ak'nrjszkJ ap~aklqg,~jy$'
in. the u qpusc. of the 9g, .6jIv. da pot'Pa'
hiau.iiul Ithe maoos-y chLe Tb. iiqju~tujuii
o( ihe iii. ezat C, boel cyko -e-l LigU Ihfa;jpV.
of payment arrives. But Ihqcon arui,~ppu
by our ow"a pro psee to disaor19 the;O IF
;ind you are guilty or a coustuanu-vigW4po
your word,evolunaarily- pledged, wftiile yo
neglet g o40W.-itr ; i Patter wlatithwfesk .
ion is-or ho* many. ohers are vqRliy4 04%l
t~y-h-bre~js; rtekac: ~of promirwa3 nd *retb-
er Ap pleilgeore s',ectp4-a hundred thountia
do4Uars, r a qiz le.sixpacvcohel, frirc!j&e.; p
chpO 9zaP~b *-Wl&a~ rriop injuriesu ~pr~rt
have ed 9yqur i wqA pejgbow isn n

rakin; in, i sg & pujA be; AJ.n4,.pu~
havlitveilated yod r o. ws-*.
Take inot her case4 .'oQ gave ia note of'
ltand iqs whib ypu 'pv'4isiq ~p4 rOur
,qutp,,oa a givirn. diY! Ia 1.110 CHO&. Amoverg
bo qn(1 -4y qvkr. o w xq,,a ~;cenurr;W~ir
~OW1(!~ y~'&roe woart qfpr~xnie, zfe
ftie engagement wiih' j dcaual.4j
bave mo moval right t`4'et Fat expires 01P
'ra. ;o op, frsim wIoPoP ; !
rrouI yqir tq year, vIacdacelkd; hqcs't *W
expres;,cooseot~of the other ay q i
roam tO.r. pl~eid~ thre cu tomsc of,~a~cqtj7; i~~,~,
usages ofr ren of r4,uiness; you ha~:~sjsi
hour .w~r4o, a'"d this pLedge qyjznnu t
letn~dsaerer a- the righA* arrn .d W .
ii right ve.ye. Whlat. is tortipo in swti~Jelk
andt pqghajod b itle qught to be Jootid u

is c.lothe4 wiih all diaL is e iauer e. Iim-
ral obligation,, And IIe 4amq profeie
be ali-pjiqd jo e- "s, .witbqu~t ~Y~le ~i
prriJse hal gone -ut, ,-wich ouo~t to,,)&,
kept;#.0l1dgeV bas been given Wbhijch o agb
o be redeewd., Yell order r cannot W
take a Netapqaer. or a Li-fgth, 'cdonqfs-
md yaa taejitwi.th your eyes. opea up"r
ho "Ie:"m;" -and iin the very act fo[QIoqj
,o0Qr iip c9.asenfing o4,tke if, yoI pL gs
Wo ral at'~bpHy~.bLe iaPubfiealow.a ccov-
diog to-le (ernwi r wo), vlile ~y" ieet I.
do t;hiyOu strand oBVmicgcd s amorel b4&
ing. QWUvii~aZ your plrgq ns a izhhod.
ng from sanitbhe:r is riig, I I b apeak mot j
of the disastzgots cousuq ,ncsI Rqf such-.01-
emta Tridiog. lwi, I speaklof i 4guili NO 4,
he iwiowit of ta gn~b.kihC,, le6t ll csali4
Clan judge (~or. jiimself. A nd Jet b*4acIfq
ais in 14 present ce-o- ofGod apd. ip pwpo, .4
bhe lioaL.reck~niog when *ba WApp WAr that
6610 who, i',unj iast in the Jiqast.is uujuds alas
Smach." TJ$'. Ahea p- l aof incOmmveqi-,4e jai
oaking paynients at a-dist"'e, will OQL Ox-
duse neglect. HaL that fears.-God and res-
pects the rigbti of hi&-feliow-.a*4,.,Wjl "-do-
usmty," ~veu though. it reqairaet ui siAf.ia ,-.
4cr wiit:Ds geulero~ rather-thazscnr CI~i, u-rjt.
2. The punctual payxnezat of( -4awli, 4semr.
tuck ,Atime.,
In maatutes of bnslueBss, abhe maxaim, '~~Tiume
a mnoney," is of great practiedI value. .L is.
o, to (he mnechtarebr,~ the -edittor, the swcacc~trir
cli, the fc)rmer Vim.l squanderedl audl zhe~
erey prepi of hf. bis swep~tt-away.; In the beZ.-
riness ~ranlaczricats of thea wo~rld, to: savEb timin
a a golden secret; and e rer'~thsio .bst- Ia-.
ret)Ql1.sr u )Qn -~thi idicFaa Lgt.6reau iptIi1tt
~ ecmtoci~ay loss upon the' 'ormeuwiy. Asdri,
IuatklttIity or deliqu~ency in the paytnenaw(
IPht$, 511S!SWs SBO lintflfltEi seirti@s to- thrj
u~bjeci., This- aasy oneg canr se~t4 Much'l
utne is lost in' colliecting debts, :pectniliyJJ
mall dbtsHi, Whieb'-wosUld-be- savead, an4)-
migbt be dtevotet o. urseful. businoesif jnTC~q.
vould kecp their engagemrents,. ~And the:
cia.,- im tbi ease,. fall;r~S just where itonrgtr
rot to (ull-.up~n ther creditoov, am! sot mp~Cn'-
be debitor--uponl theinjured,, and naot upog~
be elleutiug party. B~laty debts, audpni~rti'.
u-Iarly small ones, cost wuore timne, in the!.i

ollection, than they are worth A bill f iL'
ew dollars, or a few shilli'ags, is presented
gaia and again; "it shall be-paidpson,' a"d,
et nothing i got but promise. m bh is 6pe,.
nation consumes. much time, and imposes
3n u Sii d opdGpOOe -, x upon tin he o-
itor, and that- too, in many iestane., at least,
n return for a real favor. Had the clerk, or
pprentice, or other agent, employed in eole
acting small debts, applied himself diikgeor. -
y to business, he could, in many instances
iave made, more than lie hbs been abledti
collect. This is enough to rui almonost ~
uan whose business is conducted-Arpon -v
mall scale, ijorelation to his deAbtet, and-
'ho, at the samestime, sustains heavy is-,
oosibilities to his creditors. His stock lr
rate, or his laboiur expended upon raw.m -s
trials, requires large sums, attfed(i pesd4
n ordet to the successful prosecutima e.tl
iness; and if his o\a time, or the tim i
is agents, is consumed in eolkecting a-tloeet,
amd little debts, even -should I.he .by -the
rere powers of importunity, faaIoaJceedi :
n this respect, he must sacrificeaala goea
ortion,, of his, legitimate profits itUAli
ase, the debtor actually robsathe reditorofT
is time; and "time," let ite repeated, **is
honey." Odkld this loss of timb, incurid
n running up and down thestreets, i rwri'*
ng letters into the country, fll upa thiii
riatisgessrr-.t hat is, thedebtors it-wait'bi

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-"Low worketh no ill to his neighbour."
I w'.epirit of true benevolence-that spirit
wbhih place another's good on a footing of
equality with our own, will lead to great
punctuality in paying debts. Our neigh-
boadeisr.iartimpeEiously demands it. We
catn t .rglect this duty, or defer it with-
out I Yry'ta'4ti; it soemiimes this nm-

tunie nor mouey can repair.
;re-Z a. *' *
% i T nedttal payment of debts, pro-
mofes conjfdenee bettimsn mf ad man.
Mtrtual confidence is the strong ligament
which biddis together the social compact.--
Soilety would disolve without it. Every
thing which iipairs this confidence, should
be avoided atshe foe of social manh; and-ev-
eryfhit that enlarges Its sphere, and gives
sttrngrh and durability -to Its influence,
snoirh be cherished insthe appie of the eye.
T'ftkaift payments of debts, has a most
haly 'effect upon society; in its best into
resW'. 'W rieths thing to be perfectly uui
ftrid. a'rhiu s word would be implicity' re-
cdike,*- and a p6hiisd would be'clothed with
thdl authoMity bfa bon4.'T Credif, in thest
clitrtntanees, w oild be established on a
sure basis. -Muteal ati~onmodatiohs would
rdn through all the trinsactionis of society,
auo'het resoUtrce odffheeat ire body. become
in: effect, th b.-eiources of eath-individual,
fo'lir' precticatU enett. Perfect confidence
between 'man and man, wotlId produce that
styitr'things in which the best feelings of
the heariff the spirit of benevoleoce-,-mighr
hav6 full cope, in6tonferring favours in the
way nf business.
'., C- "
7h -hho"notr of religion, is-concerned in'
the' payinent of debts.
A promise, in business matters, whether it
is tIade it express terms, or implied in the,
very nature of the case, is sacred, and impo-
ses a Moral obligation. To trifle with such
a promise, or to nWgleet attention to it, mere-
ly bb ause it relates to secular affairs, is to
seataside atl moral rule, and to make teligion
of no practical use in the world. *
--. s iajfrn the remedy for remissness in
paying &ebte. Pinttuahtyiw busnes mat-
tersi :tbstbe placed upon its true baWs; the
bas i'of motal obligation.

2.'T-i subject commends itselfto young
mirl. T-he omffon maxpm "that ptncin-
alii j the life of brusiuess, is not -more true
thma the remark that it is the lile of a mant
of hutnen. :_-' _* ,
-. We 'may see the unequal pressure of a
wnt-.4f ptrnrrtuality ia paying debts. The
effect o negligence. in telaUi6n to pecuniAry
engagements, are injurious to all concerned.
Every' oti suffers, in seine way-in body,
mini, or -turse, acd no once receives a be-
nelt. SBut t should not be forgotten, that
stnme njmtustain) peculiar evils. Persons
of siall smeaus; swffer wost. Those whose
entire resmrces for carrying on their busi-
nsis, re scantered over te country, in One
or two rhoasand demands of a few dollars
eabh '.ck iduiy appreciate the virtue, of
patWi tlily, for they have learned its woeth
ir-' triarinnal negligence of others, There
afd*risany fnbishet of tew.papeet, anod e-
dtirwr of Otertry':mt refigious periodicale,
whod h "ve"hardly the menwof paying for'
their mate.tial saId s-piObrting their setese,
wiose'Mfrumtiot In Iife might be made coin-
fortab, animd ithbe-ittefulnebs greatly extend-
ed' f' those-(who have enjoyed the fruit of
their services, wrre honest enotagh to pay'
tiheir 0miltdeb's." Each de4irquet, in such
e g, WtIodnitde4i, that he 'r ny he in--
fliethri a iftles ufgrateful and 'emcuel wound,
n6t ony stort the individual who is serving
him, wit indirectly, upon tire best interests
of toebMtI4uity. *." *
--' *F5'fi-ihe Chited States Gatsonette.
^^+4tiTr Cia prin.-The fnrniing inter-
ests ofdtbtirebetry. ,ave long and i teffecti
at yseotwga *tiosawenmode'to arrest the 4d-
predations of this worm, so destructiVe to
the p pets of ar agricefttirisate in the
swpi artlikof Itidinan corn.
%Lho "writer ofthis'is fully confident from
amltogy, thathe following, ifcar'efulttlyadop
t$ :wAil perf.rfly sertwe the corn against
theaenuence of any inect or *orm eceos.
tomed to iajr ,4ti,',: '
Take se gaon of ommnuo fat or slush.
an- one quart spirits of turpentine, tet
theet be pt together in a tightbarred, (ha-'
mt onelekd outg) and being well stirred,
add lf bushel of nshacked lime. In-

thi- condition the time should be carefully'
si aedt, md itimaelly mixed wit the oth-
eleigrtdient madf water gradually added
laihtibarrel iwnull. -
Al sobn a= the coro makes its appearance
above (de grounJ let a portion: of tbe Iis-
tm mbU-applied by meaos of a comnmo wa.
ter6agloe, to tbh anmunt of about a tea eup
fall to each bitLof corm, and there is scatee-
ly adeobt bu that the worms will vacate the
idetial pot, from:the abhorrence all kinds -
of worms and meets have to eren the very
sam IofURP]INTtN&f.

I- DiM*s# .**4y t*Avee fsillf* up-.
oa. elean board; sonpit well, without ma-
king It very Vwet; and-with this rub the silk
caiM ullitad evenly one way; after having-
thtMrs eased one side of the silk, take a wet
sp~ng- and -wash off the sope' pro -
coed 'I. the same manner to: clter the
ot*Wr he, and then wipe the water offeach-
with.*ei*elead mtth after whieh banig the
silkin the aJto dry; do-nontring it but hang
it-es singly as pssiblta.pp a linen horse, -
aa let-ic dry gradually. Whea very nearly
d&.iro6itwith a cool box.-n a this manner.
Wo -ai sammes washed a date, colored
drm-e-whiet was dirty with constant -wear
of tiaber,, that we did not like 'to use it
OWele N iunage without erdeavoringto re-
muw qdme- of (he spote and we were -
q~Ah *. osm *f its being t for. any thing
em a. JtlsagsM eran when washed. bat it-
brighltetas was, empletaly restoraed, aad its
tiattmnr46Adwrbanwihe -newt

aAnd Oj&e, Ka aw6.Te.-The receipts
formpubfi.k.i- adM a the laud office in this
vil~ft e Pow e -R -Comm ttcngon
tbA0t6.MW 8AT o6 the2ts of Mayf1836.oMh
w* I.47 .86. The receilsft m -frojthteI

From the *W oA r'
John Quinc ts- rely ea thi
distinguisheO div|l pdiis.iA- to pa-
per, witlhoupffprodu g great effect.'
in the annexed piece, he wields with ac-
e ustomed Abiity.-ti.ptmawers of. argapume,
of illustration, and Pofsurcasm.
is a reply to aCnatimittee of members
,ipf jh Lialatptd.. asa.cJuslaetts,.repre
senfing the countries of Mr. Adam s's Con-
gressional Distr-it, who ptesetited him wii h
a cane made from the wood of the Old Iron-
sides& who aailted liems-F ltses 6tlhtoccasion
to compliment MTi Adamt on his strenuous
e gforts in Congress, in defence of the Con-
Gentlemen-rNext to the satisfaction which
a Representative of the People may deriv e,
on a calm review ol'his conduct upon trying
occasions in the course of his public servi-
ces, from hlie deliberate testimony of his own
conscience, there can be no object of more
fervent desire to him, than the sincere and
general approbation ofhis constituents. In
['saying this I atm warranted in appleating to
your own conviction, who, as yoursefies
CRepresentatives of the People, will, with
your hearts I am sure, respond to the sesn-
timent, from your own experience.
As the Representative in the Congress of
"the United Staies, of the same constituents
as those of the members of the Legislature
who have done me the honour through you
as their committee io express their approba-
tion of my conduct, I have endeavoured
fAithfully to discharge my duty to them and
to our common country. Some parts of
that duty have been arduous, and have given
rise to much. unpleasant excitement and
controversy. Avoiding so far as was Ipssi-
ble, consistent nith the discharge of my du-
ty, all action or language irritating or offen-
sive to our countrymen ofother portions of
the Union, and carefully shunning all unne-
cessary encounter, ofconflicting interest and
opinions, when I have believed the just rights
of my own and our constituents to be dis-
regarded or in tieril, have felt myself called
to defend and vindicate them, without regard
to possible consequences to myself. In this
I have bar-lv and rigorously discharged my
duty, fur which and for any accidental incon-
venience that mnay have fallen to me in the
progress of public measures, the .approba-
tion ofyourselves and of our constituents is
ample reward. I accept also the token of
your regard which you have the goodness
now to present to me, its value in all other
respects than as a friendly token, being with-
in the bonds whir'h.1 have throughout nmy
whole public life prescribed to myself in
the acceptance of presents.
Wiihiregatd to the present situation of our
country, iiy sentiments correspond entirely
withy.ours. lu the midst of the bounties of
Providence, showered upon us with a pio-
fusion scarcely ever lavished upon any other
nation, we are suffering severely from cau-
ses which I fear we must 'attribute entirely
to ourselves. In our relations at this time
with foreign nations, and most especially
with the Indian tribes, we have far more to
answer for than to complain of. Our recent
Indian War wsr of our own provoking, and
has been waged ij no creditable manner..--
And while we have wronged our neighbour
at the South, by ,utterly utsjussfiable viola-
lions of her territory, unauthorized even by
Congress, we are permitting another neigh-
bour at the North, to encroach with impuni-
ty upon our own territory; and to curtail the
boundaries of a State, once part of our own
native Commonwealth.
We present at the-present moment a still
more astonishing and portentous spectacle
to the Wot Id. Without a dollar of National
debt, we are in the midst ofaNational Bank-
ruptcy. From a Treasury overflowing with
fifty millions of dollars, our Government
pays in paper trash the wages of the Clerks
in the publicly offices. The Nation is in-
solvent-the whole people is insolvent.-
You inquire if this is owing to the conduct
uf the late Admini*tration. I believe it is
attributable to various causes, among which
the grant of tlie use of the monies, in the
Treasury, to Outlero as State Corporations,
by order of the late President of the United
States, without authority of Law, was the
most peroicirouttk. Having said so when (he
deed was done, I eau have no hesitation in
repeating it now, that its fatal consequences
are seen floating from the wreck of the pub-
lick credit. The mse of the Publick monies

while in the Treasury, is the interval be-
tween the receipt of them as revenue, and
the payment ol them as public expenditures;
to fulfil the engagements of the Nation, bad
been granted by Law, to the Bank of the U.
States, fur an equivalent. It never had been
of match profi o that Bank, because the de-
posits there bad never been considerable at
any one rtime. They never were suffered to
ac mrnulate; for the moment a surplus ap-
peared, it was applied towards the discharge
of the National debt. -It was precisely at
:h6 moment when'the whole debt was paid
off, and when the revenue was doubled by
the sodden and enorTious increase of the
proceeds' of the Publick Lauds, that the use
of th he Monies i4 the, Treasrlry was tIaken
from the Bank of the United States, chat-
tered by and under the control of Congress
or of the'Executive Governmeit of the Uni-
ted tatibs. Of the -means of information
pdssesed by thie Governmenit, as to their con-
dition and credit, you mnay judge from the
recent cii~cudar addressed to them by the
Secretary of the Treasury, stating that he
had learnt their stoppage of payment, from
But les raitm f the peeptiary concerns of
the nation',the melancholy reverses of for-
tune, andt loss of character among the
wealthy, and the loss of daily bread to the
laboring poor and their'children, the dis-
tress we are witnessing among all classes of
the people, are not owing alone to the er-
rors of the ttei Adminohtraiono.' There
hate beet errors of the people themselves
for whiichthey -are now atoning, and from
which they can only recover by ibeir own
heinrgies. The"tides ( their ptospenrty ha
rushed upon them -i a tempei,, iifWtt over-
flowed their banks, anid boke down their
moutids. All history testifies, as thefather
of our race prMnototces hit 'lamentation in
the Paradltai b ..-

tain douibtrhetber it bs be a I bank o
Vdiscem-f. Wthb regard to tk*s, aiy mWi
is antdefnitely made up. I haetine Mer
- strongly to *te opinion, that th suspension
* of specie payments by such sHank, shouk
, totu-y operate as aan immediate forfeiture
of its charter, but be made a penal offence
s in the President and Direetors of the Inati
tution. The violation of moral principle
committed by a bank, in suspendiig spchk
I payments, is, in my estimation, not inferior
to thattoffraudulent, bankruptcy in an indi-
i vidual. The right of a Legislature to au
thorise such a suspension is questionable,
and the repeal of laws expressly enacted to
enforce the fulfilment of contracts, at the
very moment when they have been broken,
is a mockery of all moral principle and a
scandal to hbman legislation.
But fellow citizens, I indulge the hope
that ihe sufferings of our country, at the
present crisis, are like the paroxysms of a
-ever, efforts of nature to throw off the dis.
ease. We have tried the nostrums, of emr-
pirick, and, as usual, they have aggravated
the worst symptoms of the distemper. I
fear we have not yet reached the last stage
of the pestilence, and that we are still to be
more severely handled by the Doctor than
by the Disease.
But the patient has a firm and vigorous
constitutionoand he cannot die. Aftet suf
fearing asbe must, under the operation of
some other mountebank experiment, upon
tie failure of which those who palm it upon
us will tell us, it is what they always predic-
ted, and then offer another, perhaps thepeo-
ple will discover that they have been led as-.
tray upon a wrong track, and will return to
the right one. This las happened to us
more than once heretofore. This calm and
considerate return of the people, through
their own sufferings, to justice, temperance
and prosperity, is one of the greatest and
best characteristics of the nation. It gave
us anexcellent Constitution ofthe U. States,
instead of a National Palsy under the name
of a Confederation; it gave us a gallant and
glorious Navy, instead of dry docks and
gun-boats. It restored specie payments,
after they had been suspended almost u i-
versally,and undercircumstamces off6r grea-
ter difficulty and danger than the present.
I trust it will restore them agiin. With
reward to the present administlrtibf, 1 can
not have nmch confidence thakas yO'i sug-
gest it will profit by the errors of the last.-.
'The errors of the last administration, are
in the eyes of the present, its virtues.-The
eminent success of the substitution ol State
Banks, for a Bank of the United Stales, has
crowned the late administration with so
much glory, that nothing less than a hint
from the people can ever convince the pres-
ent administration that it was error. The
reform must come from the people them-

'Venal and TimidI'
We take the following paragraph from the
Wilkesbarre Farmer.
"We observe by the Harrisburgh papers.
that the President of the U. S. Rank is now
at Harrisburgh. 'This Pennsylvania of
ours' could not prosper without his finger of
bribery and corruption bad been concerned
in forming her costitution. Wepresume
the object of his visit is to lavish hi bribes
and favours among the *VENAL AND TI-
MID' in the Convention."
Mr. Biddle's visit to this place was for the
purpose of taking the State Loan of 200,-
000, au:horised by the Legislature of J835.
6, which he did at FOUR PER CENT, in
accordance with the provisions of the law.-
It will be paid in monthly installment of 50,-
000 dollars, and wiil preclude thenec.ssity of a
suspension of the public works under con-
tract. It is no wonder, then, that the Shin-
plaster Presses assail Mr. Biddle. His rea-
dy compliance with the requisitions of the
act incorporating the U. S. Bank has given
the lie direct to their bug-bear stories when
Ritner vetoed the Improvement silt, that
numbers of labourers would be thrown out
of employ by the paucity of funds in the
Treasury, and the consequent inability of
the State to prosecute her iaqsm nts.
Although the last Legislatur&e; refuse
(with a view to EMBARRASS T E AD-
MINISTRATION) to make any appropri-
ation, yet the wisdom of Gov. Btier and
the preceding Legislature has proved equal
to the emergency, and te faith of ts State
IS PRESERVED. Thus much for
'Nick's' visit.

The Shioplaster Editors frequently speak
of their party leaders as being 'venal and ti-
mid.' The whole batch of them must be
very corrupt, according to their own Ora-
cles.-These think they would at any time
sell themselves "f0r the gold of a foreign
corporation,"as the sapient HiLL called the
Bank last winter.-Har. Tel.

From the Pen Yan Democrat.-Adminitration.
The Currency Experiment.-The "E x-
periment" has been fairly and thoroughly
tried. A reform in the currency has been
attempted, and it is amongst he thousand
lessons of history which leach that theory
without practical proof of its utility, is but
the "baseless fabric of a vision." Experi-
ment in this instance has been dearly bought;
for the building has been torn down before
the materials fox another were collected, and
now we are exposed to the pitiless pelting
of the tempest. On this subjectt i is high
time to be honest, and cease recrimination,
for all parties have been taken with the fiscal
mania, and rude hands, and rudder sugges-
tions, have overthrown the experience of
long years.
The currency has been the subjectof the
morning's discnssion, the evening's conver-
sation and the midnight dream. All voices
were loud in extolling a hard currency; and
a hard currency it has proved to be. We
attack no one's system we do etW doubt
that a Benton or a Hill could show us on
paper, by neatly .rrayed figures .at a me-
tallick currency. was the mot eli bible, and
enforce its virtues by arg ,atn still we
would doubt. Let us have back our old
currency, our *mall notes, etr ronfidence
and our credit; and above all, if Unele Sam

f Chicular Letter.
d A' onamAsso r Tl AITiAssecxIO K STAT
e Extract from the proceedings of the Demo
e cratick Antimasonick Convention of Penn
- syirvais, held in Harrisburgh on the 22d
, of May, 1837.
SVHEiF.AS. in pursuance of a resolution
r of the Democratick Antimasbnick State
Committee, delegates representing the An
timasonick citizens of the Commonwealth
, ofPennsylvania, assembled in Harrisburgh
on the 22d day ofMay, 1837: And Whereas
L the said delegates were elected to the said
, Convention for the purpose of taking such
measures as might be deemed proper to pro
mote the objects for which the party was
organized, and to insure concert of action
i amongst its friends; Therefore, as the opin.
t ion of said Convention,
Resolved, that ih is expedient and proper
* and in accordance with usage of the Anti-
I masonick pany, to hold a National Conven-
tion, to nominate candidates for the office
of President and Vice President of the Uni-
:ted States.
Resolved, that it be recommended to the
Antimasonick party of the United States,
to elect delegates to a National Convention,
to be held in the city of Washington, on the
* second Monday of September next for the
purpose of nominating suitable candidates
for the offices of President and Vice Presi-
dent of the United States: and that each
State, in the manner it shall think best, elect
delegates equal in number to its Senators
and Representatives in Congress.
Resolved, that it is inexpedient and im-
proper to instruct our delegates to a Nation-
al Convention, because we have full confi-
dence that they will do all such things as
shall be best calculated to promote and ad-
vance the interests of the Antimasonick par-
ty of this State and of the Union.
Resolved, that the State Committee of
Correspondence take immediate measures
to inform the National Antimasunick Com-
mittee, and th(lie Autimasons in other States,
ol'the time andjplace appointed for the meet-
ming of the National Convention, and res-
.pectively invite their cordial and prompt co-
Delegates appointed under the foregoing
resolutions to represent Pennsylvania.
Sentorial Delegates.
Thaddeus Stevens, of Adams,
James Todd, of Philadelphia.
Representative Delegates.
City and county of Philadelphia.-Hora-
tio G. Jones, Francis Parke, John Cadwell,
John Alter.
Lancaster, Chester and Daleware.-Sam-
uel Parke, Arthur Andrews, Dr. George
Montgomery.-D. H. Mulvaney.
Blucks.-Benjamin Riegle.
Berks,-Daiicl Bieber.
Northampton, Monroe, Wayne and Pike.
-Jenkins Ross.
Lehigh and SchuylkilL.-Walter C. Liv-
Luzerne and Columbia.-Nathan Beach.
Dauphin and Lebanon.-John Fox.
York.-John Kauffelt.
, Adams and Franklin.-James Cooper.
Cumberland and Perry.-John M'Kee-
Union, Northumberland and Lycoming.
-Ner Middleswarth.
Snsquebanna, Bradford and Tioga.-
George Walker.
Huntingdon, Mififin and Centre.--John
Bedford, Somerset and Cambria.--Josh-
ua F. Cox.
Fayette and Greene.-Nathaniel Ewing.
Washington.-Dr. Julius Lemoyae.
Al Ilegheney.-Harmar Denny.
Westmorland and Indiana.-Gen. Joseph
Amnstrong, Butler, Jefferson and Clear-
field.-Joseph Buffington.
Beaver and Mercer.-John J. Pearson.
Erie, Crawford. Venaugo and Warren.-
J. Stewart Riddle.
Sir :-By order ofthe Antimasonick State
Convention recently held in this place, we
have the pleasure of transmitting you the
oregoing resolutions and list of Delegates.
Permit us in the name of the Antimason
ick party of Pennsylvania-a party which
by rigid adherence to the pure and exclusive
principle. of our righteous and patriotic
cause, has neatly accomplished the politi-
cal regeneration of this state-to appeal to

you in behalf of national antimasonry.
The times are peculiarly auspicious for
renewed and successful efforts against those
secret bonds of tyranny which have so long
and so shamefully prevented the use and
objects of our free institutions, and controll-
ed the operations of all political parties.
The old principles of Democracy, so long
lost sight of in the selection of officers, and
in the managemoot of the affairs of the U.
States, will now probably regain their just
influence. With proper efforts on the part
of the friends of true republicanism, this
may be effected. No cause can do more
to produce 4ueh a result than that of An ti-
masonry. Its principles of equal rights and
opposition to all exclusive privileges and
monopoly, are the radical doctrines of put e
Democracy. In the present breaking upof
old party arrangements,-if the unwavering
banner of our cause be kept flying, it will
form the rallying standard of all who go tr
principles and not men.
It is now mai'est that wherever the vigor-
ous and pure principles of antimasonry have
had free sway, there has been a decided ref-
ormation. While her whole energies have
been uniformly an consistently devoted-to
the accomplishment of the great object for
which she was first aroused, she has at all
times been also free and ready to assist in
every contest in which the rights of the peo-
ple were opposed to the oppressions of gov-
ernment, or to the lawless assumption of
power by officers or individuals.
Nor have the advantages of political anti-
masonry been any where more parent thac
in the agency which its pubiehed principle
have excited in opposition to the lawless and
secret associations, which have of late years
been introduced by foreigners, into eour at-

oathbound ad Isawle, e4obimt'ions of ev-
1 cry description, ae -not eoul reached the
height of teir dangerous power, but are a-
bout to receive the undisguised condemna-
tion of the whole civilized world. The voice
of patriotism on either side of the Atlantick
has summoned the virtuous and the honest
of all countries, to the standard of equal
rights, first unfurledito the breeze by the
Antimasons ol America.
e If such be the effect of Antimasonry in
- other cases, the same agency must necessa-
rily prove wholesome in our national affairs.
It is in this spirit that our late State Con-
' vention appointed Delegates to a National
Convention, to be holden in the city of
Washington, on the second Monday in Sep-
tember next. You will perceive that this
duty has been assigned to the most trusted
veterans of the party here, and that they are
instructed for no candidate or for no set of
measures, except such as may be found con-
ducive to the good of National Antimason-
ry. It is in this spirit also that your co-o-
peration in causing your State to be in like
manner represented is now asked. Be as-
sured, and from Pennsylvania the words-
have experience to strengthen them, that
perseverance and exclusive adherence to our
principles, are all that are necessary to the
general prostration of secret societies.
Very respectfully,
Your fellow citizens,
Harrisburgh, June, 29, 1837.

From the National I/telligencer.
The Mandamus issued by the Circuit
Court for the District of Columbia, to the
Postmaster General, directed him to give
particular credits, which by an act of Con-
gress he is ordered to give, to certain pri-
vate individuals who appealed to Congress
for justice which they considered to be with-
held from them. That Mandamus after
two weeks cogitation and consultation, the
Postmaster General has refused to obey, in
a paper presented to the Court on Saturday
last, backed by an opinion of the Attorney
General sustaining the Postmaster General
in his course. These papers are of great
length, and in the impracticability of pub-
lishing them at large, a synopsis of them
has been furnished by our reporter, and will
be found in another part of to-day's paper,
in which the substance of the ground of
his protest against the authority of the
Court is believed to be faithfully stated.
With this question, as a questionof law,
we profess not to meddle. It is now under
argument before the Court; and, whatever
may be the decision of it in that forum, will
doubtless be carried for ultimate decision to
the highest tribunal known to our laws, in
whose decision we are all bound to acqui-
Without, however, touching the merits
of this particular question, we hazard noth-
ing in saying, that, in the pretensions put
forth in the argument of the Postmaster Ge-
neral, we have the elements of a contest be-
tween the Executive and Judicial authorities
of this government, in which if the Execu-
tive triumph, there is no longer any law in
the land for the protection of the rights of
individuals against the wrongs of any exec-
utive officer whatever, including in that de-
nomination of all persons holding office at
,he pleasure of the Executive. If, indeed,
the doctrines maintained on this occasion
be sustained, the approbation or consent of
the President of the United States is a dis-
pensation to all who hold office under him
to commit any crime whatever, with abs-
lute impunity. This, and no less, is the a-
mount of the Postmaster General's argu-
ment (against thb power of the Court) that
the President of the United States can at
any time "strike dead" the process in the
hands of the Marshall, by removing him i
from office! Thank God, fellow-citizens,
that the zeal uf this advocate for Executive I

supremacy has misled him as to the effect 4
of the Executive power in this case, and
that we are not yet the slaves of arbitrary
power! Courts would be idle pageants, did t
they not possess power, independent of the d
Executive authority, to enforce their legal i
judgments. i
Alarming as they are, however, these doe-'
trines are yet not entirely new. We caM
find their relatives in various public docu-
ments issued by Executive authority under ,
the late administration. The essence of the
whole of them is to be found in the doctrine
that the President of the United States, if- 1
der the phraseology of the power to "take '
care that the laws of the United States be "
faithfully executed," is invested with aI pow-
er paramount to all law; that he is, in other
words, bound, by his oath of office, to exe- t
cute the laws only as he understands them. d
The argument of the Postmaster General, b
upon the composition of which great pains
have evidently been bestowed, professes, at-
the close of it, to intend not the slightest r
disrespect to the Court. In this, we dare t
say, the author believes himself to speak the l
truth. His address, however, it is obvious, ,
was not intended for the Court, because mat -
ter is kneaded into it which could only be j
introduced with a purpose entirely different
from that of an appeal to the intelligence of
that body. In what else, for example, bt t
an electioneering habdbill, eoald sueh an
appeal as the following to ignorance and vul-
gar prejudice find a place
Extract from MWr. Kendf's Leter. -
"It cannot be forgotten that the power
now asserted has been slumbering from the
birth of the Coestitution. &c. 4 0- c
Why di'l not tOe Bank of the UWTiled States, i
instead of agitating the country. md ist-
dr in 0the Capitol, APi.T To THIS COUs,
... ... U ._..... .9 ... kft AaIL,--om,.

FPn, AC. ^mmau n" eswa Ii.OW
We learn from Capt. D'LagoeI,
nance Corps, who arrived froms Orey's Fer.
ry yesterday evening istheateaeerewia)ies-
too, Capt. Bonnuel, that as expensea Iied
at Garey's ferry on Friday last fro T pa,
which place he left olhe 14th, et i tis
true that Mitcaoey, Jumper., aed et*W
had left Tampa previous to the 1&h lat.
but their departure has amnt idued s -a
picion on the part ofthe officers of the AA#
that they intended to be insincere.
Their reasons for leaving are, as detailed
in several letters, that they became alarmed
from t he appearance of the measles at Tam.
pa, which the Indians mistook for small pox.
Abraham, the negro chief and inerpreer,
is still at Tampa Bay, as Capt. DL. has
been informed.
Micanopy sent back to CapL. Pape*a
horse which he had borrowed, *ad fetv
dollars also borrowed from Capt P.
.Mieanopy sent word to Gen. Jeoup t he
'he had a strait tonge"--.implying that he
would fulfil his engagement.
Philip and other chiefs had bes ini the
camp at Lake Monroe (Fort Mello)...-
Philip looked emaciated. They i ad a
peared owing to a message of Hm eym thet
be would issue no ratios ate* the hiefst
came in propria persons.
The report that several mree had bee
murdered (near Big Spring) is declare toe
oe totally unfounded. Major Whitiag train.
eled recently from MicaIopy to Back Ctreek
without seeing or hearing of ldisas, or In.
dian signs-and be had an opportunity af
deriving the best information, a Capt. Rmg-
gold, with a company of mooared am
makes daily excursions from Micanopy
as to scour the country for ioformatla.....-
Major. W. left at Micanopy Capt JBeall o
the Dragoons, who had just arrived f1m'
Newmaosville with his company and who
observed no Indian sig.as.
Gen. Jesup has not advised the tabsbl.
tants to abandon their crop- or retire aupo
the posts, having early ordered Maj. "U.
ting to direct' th inhabitants to be on tbo
alert in case any partial aggression should be
offered by straggling Indians.
Fort Armstrong could not have be. at-.
tacked as it had been abandoed at least a
month since, as it was an usheahby oca.
tion, and the garrison removed to ren
oGn. Jesup wa at Tamp Say e* de
14th, he having been to Fort Foterirdc
Hillsboro to see that the Icomforts o4(
troops were attended to.
Major Gates has been assiged toi 4
comtmand of the troops at Mieaospy ael itl
vicinity.1-1 .
Fort Mellon which Cot. Haramey hs beet
ordered by Gen. J. to abandon as sea a
requisite to insure the alth ofShe troops.
Col. H. has not yet abandoned, bat oa r-
cent letter, dated about a week tinte, iras
that the situation was so hbealy that h&
saw no occasion for immediately uIbA
ing it.
It is not Irtre, we learn froe, CapOt. L' "
guel, that ths Seminoles have bee sppli
ed with ammunition by the Creek v1lu.-
teers. The latter received their Uapp
upon requisitions made by the eoA eNegf
officers of their reppetive co...~ateis, .et
of whom are ofiers &beibm A y, 4:t b.em.
or two exceptions being Captaiw 3i4. an,
Capt. W. P. Wilson, vlnteem. troa
The garrison, to bee enqte di4 the
summer, will pmrobbly W 1isides t 4 a0
Tampa. theseof Mica.epy. Fort Kieg. frt
Dade, Fort Hadle on the Senrafe, Th7t
onotosassee, Picolata, and 8t. Augueia-
Orici or ID u Cma ueat,,
Mo e, Jn.e nth. 5
By the assnivel othbe steamboat Mered-t
from Tampa Bay, we leiia that the dla!iat
have left their camps and returned hta tsr
Nation. There is aow little hope that 4&i
war will be ended by negeacii., sa4 tis:
may be more bloodshed before they aoni
subdued. Jim Boy with a body et frieedl
Creeks, was landed by the Mer i(o
bile Pont.
Ne,, OvhM, J 'xw ft
Late from Trzw.-We have reeIved w
Velase Herald. Tuesday, J*a.th iekb
is principally Alled with preamble sd re*
slurions, adoptedby the *eiefosheb Te'.
an army at Fort Bowie, On te etastei

of the barb&rous murder of Co. Teat...
They are ceebhed in a toma sh
feeling, and manly regret for wte 16 oi
heir friend, and theeruenty ofthe dse set
deprived them .f(bnl, ee4 .pledgemIS isN
and their "qssetd bosm," b -u
means untried t avenge hisk a
The Revease Law weot i bele se Fe :
1st inst.

I porta to#. Re tiar S u
The following o0icial mo.ti teo ,elde,
Land Warrants, gratedby the voed law
or military services rendered inA thq I* .
utionary War, has recently bees ieWd
from the Treasury Department s
rTAAsUiT DEParmsTM T, Juse 15, 91W.
The holders of land warrants grate by
he United States to the officers ad soL
liers of the Reveluiouary Armyv awe bhe.
by notified, that. by a late deiktt- eiffb
Attorney General oefthe UeikedB "W"
will be issued in satistactio ef alMt sack .e .
ants remaining unsatis4ed m e'1olfa sdr
he comM4itoner of the General
See, and ok all seek ae my hbe161r
endeared ti tat 4ee. which cri iK
received in payment for public la sdvin
ect to pri Wte en", i SUbm"Ato ff
Indiana, ed Illkhm.. .. -.

We should kthe sweaWit ped h s|
[owing remaruksWe Looeinem d,
,--- M j k-
needs n 'heavi.g of s Atbe e

YT. and telm hebnem. o pe al.
over dr biftse-pa ih u t's

~siee~ Me~wJa4 J~57 ~ 1837.

Tm AaiWabs Rapbca fM Ofrle county
MO =eto a i several thwsa o*
the orh sloni, M et hpo e
__.w eA q n elect dlelesouto
*' *o~ es t be ed
Th)m be j a n a be prportoend, as as&
I, a* p tehte, it i recommendedt
o* *C.ane, Spl-d, Girard,
,t e rw a, Imaonrerekte North East,
Wae lted ead the beroughofErie, McKean, k
Creek, Wmuibgt., Le Beouff, Venaw e, Greenfiehi
daveMm dam, elect three, and Unson, Concord,
Wer nd Amity aylect two deleatesa eaeh.
A ,n ed teierl attendan"et the township
Sptiuly requested, in order that the
f.l a pw_4 to represent the wbash-
ws de g Cnmmuttsesofts

t7TbW. oar of uwetlog of the Milereek
Tene Socwty, w e are requested to state,
ia haf past two and not foor, a publiaaed lat

Tkie Coventln.
Me ftoowing amendment offered by Mr.,
utem,. ps~huaed a first reading in committee or
the wbl. It is all that has been done, save
speewk making by the Van Burenites, since the
pfaieati.f ear tait:
Shttalerctiosa by the citizens, every free-
man of the age of 21 years, having resided
is the state one year, orif he had previously
beea a qualified elector of this state six
month, and within two years paid a state or
eautytax, wbtch shall have been assexss4
at lea teo days before the election hill
emy the-rights of an elector; provided1tist
friwesa, etizena of the United States, be-
Wc the ageo of 21 and 22, and having re-
si4qd in the stale one year before the elec-
teehal be entitled to a vote, although they
shau not have paid taxes."
Ipla+ Xtewligencer say--"The question of ad.
je-M ealc me up on Saturday the 25th alt.,
ald 't a pritracted debate was negatived"
V lCaeoter letter.
We weald cak "pci' attention to the circular
senairenatde Demoeetick Anai-masonik Stat
Ce eist,,-, *t ws the language of the Harris.
b N Telegraph :-.'The appeal in behalf of
a*iewal Anitniasonry is well-timed, and merits
a hearty respoase ,fom those to whom it as ad-

I tasylvania we hope our party will not
besiW spie, but remember that on action, eln
erW ad pereverance, every thing depend.
*BaisldT" said Nelson at the battle of Trafikl
,a'pf a EVERY MAN tdo iMs DUTY.."
Soiti with the immutable principles of our po
liti CeWd. Let no sentinel on the sacred
Waehb4ower of Liberty be found sleeping at his
pelst. Weamust not, like the army of Hannabal,
take owrei0satd lauxariate ourselves, when the
eididjiimei enemy is not wholly ours. We
ha. a wily, induatrios lee to con.uer-our
eatW amt 'ffestiemuad Tra th; d -nothing
but ACTION--uited energetic and persever-
ing A1r)N, wil accomplish the overthrow of
the oae, or the establishment of the other.

TFhm injunction iinued some time since a.
g*istie Buffalo Banks, was, as we learn from
tih Albany. Evening Journal, dissolved on the
23d alt.atera full bearing before the Chancery..

As Mr. Randall of the Observer, has set
p fS a critick in matters pertaining to language
adl grammar, and has very courteously given
maa rp over the knuckles for an awkward sen-
t-wer two in our last number, he cannot corn-
pi$6, if we take the liberty of looking a little
mere eloely than usual at his own editorials, to
seif he is, in feet, as familiar with Walker and
Liadley Mrhay, as he would fain have us s up.

h weald be strange, would it not, if we should
detest this profound critick-this writerof"pure
English uade4ed," in making the very identical
blenderswieli be has so handsomely, and with
sI.* a lonrish of trumpets, charged upon us T-
Yet hee it ie-the very thing-a plural noun
with a asigtular verb !
AdEtlhongh there is in it some tiactsres of
making, yet the article contains," &c..
8eays the Observer under the caption "New

Yeser agin." Now "the old syntactical rule
applying to this case is," A verb must agree
with 1i6tmmiuative case in as sber and person."
We might stop here perhaps, satisfied with
having made a fair retort upon our brotheredi-
ter Wbut we feel inclined to notice him a little
further. Our. iemed neighbor, seems anxious,
nteonly to shield the "King's English" from all
ahvae, bt also to increase its strength and beau-
ty, by adding somewhat to its vocabulary. The
words "f geirty," "lowry," and suicidall,"
which my aU be found on the third page of- his
last paper, look quite strange to us, and doubtless
behiato a new coinage from the editor's philo-
logical mitat. Admit that the letter s in the first
aof thee words, should be charged to the careless-
pss. ewrisnrance of the compositor, still the
matter is but little mended; for the word cdreai-
tg is aot, we presume, to be found in the Eng-
Aish lagageg, any where out of the Erie Obser-

But we have done for the present. "In the
mmaS im weo wish no offeace: and only wish to
pnt friend an. is guard for the future."

!0 the 4th ist.. a goodly number of our citi-
Sam tepaired to he M 20iuM ga Point, situate
pe thek western extremity afreslqe Isle Bay,
whs~~.heday was peatwith an unusual demon-
taton of good e g After partaking of a
m toq at read for the occasion, at
wt (Presided, assisted by T
arnm. vw aim W. W. WATTS as Vice Presi-

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Who stand on her ramparts as pillars of light,
That watch o'er her fortunes-and ever defend-
And guiding the bark of our nation aright.

Here's a health to the last and the best gift of
Whose souls are more sparkling and pure than
our wine;
Whose presence would gild Massassauga an
And serve up our banquet with spaces divine.
Let us drink to our brethren, bota absent and
'Mid life's busy scene, or the gloom of the
To that country by virtue and valour entitled,
"The land of the free and the home of the brave.'
A variety of Volunteer Toasts were drunk, a-
mong them the following, it being the only
one furnished for publication:
Sthe. Company-
Our noble selves, brave tho'groggy,
Dining on the Massassanga,

We were yesterday inform-ed.that five of
the Pilots at the Balize have been arrested
by the U. S. Marshal, on charge of having
been concerned in setting fire to the brig
Argus. They have been examined and held
to bail at $5000 each. This is the vessel, an
account of the loss of which, on the Grand
Gozier, appealed in our paper of the 13tfi
of April last, where no mention is made of
her being set fire to. She was bound from
New York to this port, with an assorted car-
go. We have not learned the circumstances
which have transpired to authorize the ar-
rest.-N. 0. Bee, June 19.

Hear George M'Dwqfe, of S. Carolina.-
"Before that God to whom I am responsi-
ble for what I say here, I believe the annals




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iDg a comami ppotectioe, aad pislged. to 4
COemobM O dstbt, plsey'd be the afm thai
wauld attempt to iever r sully be cut i
of this grand ,amd easly amss.
3. Th Praidas of tkhe United States-.
Our hearty response is ever due to the
Chief, who presides over the destinies of
our common country.
4. The Governor of Pemfana ia-Hon.-
our to whom bonour is due.
o5.. feU a-nd the wrtyrsof thW
teiro ay tbeir departed s4rits from
their tlest abede, once eore deuceed per-
vade andstimalae tbehe arts of their con-
trymen with a steady spirit of attachment
to the union, liberty ad- civil institutions
of out beloved country.
6. Coted and ReligioM liberty-A ehear-
ful acquiescence to the laws of the land, &
the exeicise of hallowed veneration for 'hose
who execute them., the beat and only sure
guarantee for its perpetuation and durability.
7. The public Press-When guided a-
right, the safeguard of liberty, but when
pointed at private reputation and the com-
mon weal to promote political designs; then
it becomes an engine of more dangerous in-
fluenee thao could possibly result from the
Gag Law.
.& The Righ of sufrage-As inestima-
ble boon veacbhsted to s by the God of
our Fathers, when exercised judiciously 'ti-
proofagainst all encroachments ofdespotick
power, but ifneglected tyranny and misrule
will prey upon the vitals of liberty.
9. Edation and Semienries of tearing
-The former the basis of constitutional lib-
erty, the latter intellectual ladders free of
access to all who will climb, and from whose
lofty summits may be beheld and apprecia-
ted the wrdnders Md grandeur of the oatu-
ral and moral universe. .
10. Infernal lmpra ment--Alike in re-
lation to the state, as veins and arteries-are
to the human body. Ctog these avenues in
either case, and the system is destroyed.
11. Pennsylaania--Her sons were among
those who signed ihe Declaration of Inde-
pendence-were foremost in the ranks of
those who achieved it; May they be the
last to prove recreant to its safe transmis-
sion to their posterity.
12. The Arwy and Navy of the United
States.-Kmnok down arguments to the
truth of our invincible valour-right tojself
government, and the unconquerable position
of the Unied States of America.
13. The Ladies--Lovers of Union, Free-
dom of Speech, and every other species of
Liberty, save from the bands of matrimony.
The following Song written by Asm nw
SCOTT, for the occasion, was sung by one ofthe
Did ye hail this proud morn, as it danced forth in
Diffusing rich gladness o'er mountain and glen;
'Twas the emblem of time whe oar bsoms
were tender,
And Liberty wrestled with tyranny's elan.
'Twas the-birth morn of freedom, the date of its-
The day when our Fathers resisted the chain-
The time wea first floated our Star Spangled
Or soar'd our proud eagle o'er freedom's domain.

Hear ye not mellow tones on the breezes respond-
From freedom's fair isles to her furthermost shore;
'Ti the songs of our brethren, wh em notes
Peal high the loved anthem, "one jubilee more."
See ye not that proud banner, now waiving high
o'er nb,
Unfolding its beauties to egean and land,
'Tis the same that was waved by our fathers be-
fore us,
When 'gainrst their oppressors they took the
proud stand.
Then arouse, let's be drinking, and strive to make
This day so eventful, in Historick pride-
Let us toast those proud names, that we cherish
iU story,
And freshen their memory, in wines ruddy tide.
Let party distinctions be drowned in the chorus,
Whigs, Anties and Denmocrats, join in the bliss;
And prove, though our rancordoth oft times wax
All can be friends on occasions like this.

Let us pledge then the memory of Heroes de-
Whose hearts were as firm as the~r feelings were
Who braved death's worst terrors-were never
faint hearted,
Whilst shielding their country and offspring from
Let us toast freedom's sentinels, firm and unbend-

G CENTS and half a pound of Sugar reward
will be paid for the delivery of LYMAN
ROBERTS, aged about 16 years, to the 'mlscri.
ber,t4e lhav'ig absconded on the night of the 18th:
instant. #2 will also be. paid for the delivery of
RICHARD SWIFT, aged about 18 years, who
left my employ at the some time. h3e above
boys were in ented apprentices to the tanning
business The public are forbid larbonring or
rastigthemu. SAMUEL STONE.
IMill creek, June 29,1837
Sheriff s Sale,
B Y virtue of a writ of Testatum Venditioni
Exponas, issued out of the Cout of Com-
mon Pleas of Allegheny county, and to me direct-
ed, will be sold at public vendne, at the court
honue in the borough of Erie, on Monday the 7th
day of August next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon
of that .day, all the right, title, interest and claim
of DtunningMeNair. deceased,(now in the hands
of DunningR McNair, his surviving administra-
tor,) of, if aud 16 about four hundred acres of
land, with the number '284, in Millcreok town-
ship, Erie county, Pa' ith about forty acres of
I.nprovement, bounded and described as follows:
on the east by land No. 247, owned by Crowley
and otlairs, on the south by land No. 249, owned
by Abraham Wagoier and others, on the west by
Gore line, on the northl by Lake Erie.
SS. krifefErie etoes
Er._ June 23, s3837.
T _PAl X8.A good lott of cythex,
J. akes and Forks, for sale at the Eagle Vil-
lage store. JAS. M'CONKEY.
Tune 22.
of a superior quality, for sale at tlie Eagle
Village store. JAS. M'CONKEY.
i[5OOL received in payment of accounts
Wh and in exchange for Goods, at No. 1, Ex-
chane Buildings, by
Juat 2, 1837.
New Goods.
rI HERE is now a fine assortment of season-
S"able Goods, as cheap as Erie can boast of.
Purchasers are requested to call and examine for
themselves. JAS. M'CONKEY.
June *2. 1837.
IACON.-3,000 lbs. dry smoked Iams
and Shoulders, for sale at the Eagle Village
sto e. JAS. FCONKEY.
SJune 22
DRIED APPLES ofa good quality, just re-
ceived, and for sale at the Boston Store by
Erie, June22, 1837.
American Cement.
HTE following certificate has beeu kindly
furnished by the gentlemen for whom uoset
of the work has been done in this place.
ERIz, June 9, 1837.
Messrs. LincelaN Bates-
Gentlemen-The cisterns constructed for us
by you last fall, of Parker's Cement, answer the
purpose admirably. We are now fully satisfied
that the Cement is a preinauent and durable ma-
terial, and completely impervious to water. The
cisterns, being in one entire piece, they are as
good as though dug out of solid rock.
Stray Cow.
C AME to the farmi of the subscriber on the
2th April last. a dark brindled Cow, about
sixteen years old. The owner is requested to
come, prove property, pay charges and take her
North East, June 19, 1837.

PUBLICK notice is hereby given to all per-
sons interested, that John A. Tracy Exec-
ator of Jonas Harrison, dee'd; Hiram Marey
and Sarah M'Kee adm's of Robert M'Kee, Jr.
deceased; and Thomas Carroll executor of
Samuel Carroll deceased; Porer Willard eating
adni's. of Joseph Shaddack deceased; Elijah
Babbett surviving Execator of Jacob Suavely
deceased; have fled and settled their administra-
tion accounts on said estates,& that the same will
be presented to the Orphans' Court for confirm.
nation and allowance on the 10th day ofAugust
next at the Court House in Erie.
Erie, July 3, 1837.
B ROKE into the enclosure of the subscriber
on the 96th of June last, a large sorrel
Horse, about 3 or nine years old, with a white
stripe in the face, white hind feet with long scan
on each flank. The owner is requested to prove
property, pay charges and take him away. -
West Village Girard, July 3,1837.
RA A ..&ME.I
J Creek to nhip, Erie Couty, opposed to be
about six years old, a bright bay Mare; argue snip or
blaze oa the nose, of smalh size, three white feet,
ringbone on both hind feet. The owner is to eoMe
forward, prv property, pay charges and take her
away, or she will be diposed of according to law.
Millereek, July 1st, 1837.
T HE subscribers having entered into a part-
nership in the Mercantile business, inder the
firm of Williams & Hitehcock, would resper.tfully
inforq.the citizens of Erie, and its vicinity that they
have purchased of Messrs. Hills & Ely, their entire
stock of Drugs & Medicines on the diamond, and
moved them to the Store on State street, No a, oppo-
site the Eagle Tavern, where in a few *eeks they
will receive in addition to their stock now on hand
Drugs, Medicines, Dye Woods,'Paints, Oils, Wet&
Dry Groceries of all kinds.
Erie June, 27 1837.
T HE Subscriber has removed to the room re.-
Ticently occupied by L. Anjer, Mansion House
PBuilding. where will he found it general assortment
of Hats, &c. which will be sold as cheap as the
cheapest He solicits a call from his friends, and the
public in general.
Erie, June 29, 1837.
Sale of Real Estate.
PB Y virtue of an order of the Orphaus' Court
S of Erie county, there will be exposed tosale
y public vendue or outcry, at the Court House'"
in the borough of Erie, on Tuesday the 8th day
of August next, all the right, title and interest
which Samuel R. Kennedy, deceased, had and
held. (being the one-fifth part in each,) in and to
the following described two Lots, Tracts. pieces
or parcels of Land, viz: one lot of ground, sit.
sate on the west side of the Publick Square, in
the town or borough of Waterford, Erie county,
being lot number two hundred fbrty.-oe (No.
941,) one tract or piece of land situate in Le Bmuff
township, Erie county aforesaid, letter T. boun-
ded north by the Moravian lands, east by lands
settled by John Willey, south by land settled by
Samuel Lytle, andon the west by William Black,
containing three hundred thirty-one acres, more
or less.
Terms of sale easy, and made known on day
of sale, when due attendance will be given by
JOS. C. G. KENNEDY, Administrator
of th este of Samueld R. Kennedy, deceased.
June 26. J187.
Tr HE Books, notes, judgements, and accounts
Sof Lyman Anjer, having been assiigfned to the
subscribers, for certain purposes, notice is hereby
given to those indebted, that payment must be made
withouldelay. The books are at present in th e
hands H. L. Harvey in Erie, where those indeb t-
d onecount are invited to call and settle.
Erie, June 28, 1837.m
Carpentering Business.
Pj1 HE subscribers have entered into co-part-
J nership in the Carpenter and Joiner Bnsi.
ness, and opened a shop on the west side of Peach
street, between Eighth and Ninth streets, where
they will be happy to receive orders in their line.
From their experience in the business they flat-
ter themselves tkltt they can give satisfaction to
all who may employ them, and fi tsh buildings in
any style required.
Erie, June 28, 1837.
"N IiOT E,-E.
A LLneranna who knnw thimsaisR inadhtpdi

A metas I ofihet Mill ttCfk Teopeuees9ft..
eetyq, will be held at the Schoel House ear Mr.
XR6tpi, en Tneday tbe 16th of July, fa half
pst o'clock P. A. A-address may be ex-
peted by a win manof Eri.
PUPLICK NOTICE is hereby given to the
creditorisof John Latx, and an1 others itie-
reoted, that David Seybert and Henry Clark, as-
simfM of te said John Lant* in trput .fo,hid
re.ditsw, ve fSled to .eeunat of ~teir apirW d.
igse uder said trust, in the Protho=t1,4 of'
fcof Erie couuty,aadtheusam will be presnt-
*d to the Court o Commiono Pleas, ao Thwday
the 10th day of A gust next, for confirmation.
July 6,1837:
Executors Note.
THE subeBriben r ave taken out lanersn test.
owntary on the estate ofThomas ughes
Sea. of the borough of Erie deed, therefore
e*II person having demands against said estate,
will please present them properly authenticated
for settlement, and those indebted to said
deceased are requested to make payment name.
diately. I r,
Erie, July 8, 1837.
T Hf eoopertnership heretofore existing under
. the Arm of WxasTZa & lMoot as this day
dissolved, by untual cnment. The Books, notes &
accounts awe left in the balds ofthe subscriber, who
is authorized t6 settle the sat.
All persons who know themselves idebtedto lne
mid firm, will please call and settle their accounts
immediately. ID. WEJSTER.
July 4, I37.
NOtA'ItE. .
f HE co-partnership heretofore existing nu.
JLt der the firm of Sherwood & Hicks is t(bi0
day dissolved by mutual consent, the said flicks
having transferred and assigned to the said Sher-
wood all his interest in the said partnership. All
debts due to the firm, are to be paid to the said
Atemson Sherwood, who as duly authorised to
settle thesaue. O. J. HICKS
Erie, July 1, 1837.
N. B -Business will be carried on as usual
at the old stand ny A. SHERWOOD.

G I -D tefTl'ONES, fromn a first rate quarry,
fr sale by PIRCE. & LELAND.
G RAS & CHAIN SCYTHES, first rate #ar-
e rated articles, asmo snathhes, rnb stones, hay
rakes another fanning autensiih, which farnmcr art
req aesmdttoalland examine at the Boston store by
JuieW.e PflRCE & LEIAND.
P Lt6O(isS of an improved kind for ale at the
.u Boqm store by PrIRCE'& IELAND.
B OAJ CLOTHS.-An extenW e assrfrment,
jt Swceived on conoignment from the eastern
manufaemories, and for sale t wholesale or retail-
prices fr m $1 50 to $10. Alio, casimeres, buck-
skins, vamttim &c. at the Bomton stoe hv
r'ROBIERV.-White glna2d, Persain, Pink,
C Nrpte, Black, Brown and Blue Tea Setts; also
Whie nd Giled Chint, for sale by

June3, 1837.
Spring go.H
ceived from New York, an int
assortment of Spring and SuammaerGaedsswwe
French and English Prints.
Silks of good quality and colors.
Do. Hose, Gloves. &c. for ,ladies ad
Ladies fine Morocco, and Prunelle Shesa.
Ukewise cloths of almost every detaipoii
suitable for all seasons of the year, wi t .
tiles too numerous to mention. Aft of w"
the, will sell very cheap for neady pay.
.rie, May 25, 1837. ..
TpHE subscribers are now receiving their
&i spring supplies of HARDWAR7E, Oee
sisting of Iron, Steel, Nals, Spikes. Anvils & Vi-
ces,Shovels, Forks, Spades, & Hoes; Csien
cut, Mill, Tennon and Pit SAWS; GSOas
and Cradle Scythes, Crowbars, Azbetre
Arms, E iptick Spr Wj on boaes,3s
Kettles .vr;-6 irS. .:' ---a

" I 1 ,, I I_ l --

" '.UL be old at piblle vTeidue, at the late
w-feidenw ofNathln M'Camon. late of
Milbtreek township, deeesedon Saturday the
8th day of July fst, the following property-.
One ne*et of BIwksith's Tools, one yoke of
Oret,1two young Heres, you ngCattle, one Gig
or 8 of Pine Inr, aiud a great variety of other arti-
cles. ;ale to coommonce at 10 o'clock, 4. M....-
Terimadedkieown at sale.
a > JAMES )f'CQOtMON,.
- .-.; JAMES GRAY,

T HE :sbfibdirs having taken the Bakm"
lieu., ownedbyJ. Zimmerlya few door
west ofthe Centra- Hotel. and fitted it tp, are pre-
pared to make, aid wil econstandy keep on hand,
the following artid. e both in thecommon bakhig
and in hie fancy lint:
Frun Cake, Poand Caie, FaCny Pou nd ;ke,
Sj ktf l Jn Dok, m iwck CJ6. Molassu
SCake. Gamoer t$s, Lef iread, Pilt
Bread, GQger Breat, Ginger Cakes, Sugar Cakw
Reek, Bot.- Cnekers, after Qwckers.
N. B Ba-ls and Parties can be finished at
the shortest notice. 'TIho patronage of the pub-
lickia most rospctfully ricited.
Eriv, June 17, I87.
eeademt Rents.
N TOTICE is hereby given to those in arrears
1l for rents due on the lands ofthe Erie A .d-
emy, that isite will he instituted for the recovery
ofthe. detmads, if neot otherwise liquidated by
the 15th of July next; in pursuanceof aresolntion
of the board of Trst(ees. .
ErioeJuae 27. 1837..

T AKE NOTICE thatI have applied to the
Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of,
Erie county, for the benefit of the Insolvent Laws
of this Commonwealth, and that they havo ap-
pointed Monday the 7th day of August, 1837, at
the court house in the borough of Erie, for the
hearing ofmwe and mmy creditors, when and where
they may attend if they think proper.
Erie, June 22, 1837,
Philadelphia, offers his services in the va-
rious branches of his profession to the inhabitants
of Erie. Residence at the Temperance Hotel.
Philadeldpha-Joseph Parish, M. D. N. Chap-
men, Professor Unive rsity of Pennsylvania. Sarn-
nt laeiksnn. M. D. do. do. George B. Wood.

welfs Patent Concave, Blood's, Siltby'~.
Harris' and Rockwell's Grass and Cradle
SCYTH ES. Also; Scythe Soaths, Rakes, Forks,
Rifles, Stones, &c. Sc. for sale low by
Erie, June 15. 1837.
QOINUERS' TOOLS.-Just received, a large
assortmnent of Beach Planes and Mouldis
Tools, from Reed's Factory, Utieas.
ALSO-A niew supply of Sily's Edge Tools,
consisting of Broad, Ifand and Narrow AXES,
Adzs, Chissels, Shaves, Slickq, Coopers' Tool4,
&e. &c. Alo-.-Canger's Ship Carpenter's Axes
and Adza, for sile by
Erie, June 16, 1837.
A New Coneeru.
F ANCY, Sign. Ornamental, Honue and
Steamboat Pniuting, Imitation of alU sorts
(W wood and marble in the mos t e style..-
Paper hanging, curtain hanging andvarions oth-
er art connected with the above business, car-
ried on at their Paint shop, corner of State and
7th streets, by
N. B. All kinds of paints and painters' mute
rials, varnishes. sre. kept constantly on hand and
fobr sale by G & L.
Erie,. March 9, 1837
Farm nnd MitIl for Sale.
lt E subscriber offers for sale a quantity of
S land. in parcels to suit purehsers, situated
in Girard +twinuhip, on Llk Creek,hulf a mile
from west villne of Girard. w ith a good haw
Mill thereon. The Saw Mill is in good operx.
lion, and there is a fine site for a Grist Mill or n.
other machinery on this tract. It-will bedippo d-
of on reasmable term, and aun indispuable title
given. For further particulars inquire of the sub.
scriber on the premises.
Girard, June15.1837. .
.L_" pieces of the above article, ofa superior quta.
lity,just received at the store of
n 15A. C. TUTTLE,
June 15. 2, Cheap.ide
liealutiful assortment just received and for sale
very cea by A. C, TUTTLE,
J'"ie 1 L 2, Cheapside.
Jo/a1 1alsion No. 9, August Term, 18 7.
vs. Scire Facias Sur Median-
Joseph Sosnowskl )r.ks Lien, filed against a
building situated on the north east corner of
Peach and Second streets, of which building the
defendant above named is the reputed owner.
All claimtaints eid ottwer persons interested in
the building above mentioned, will take notice
that the writ of 8eire Faciasin the above case, is
returuable the first Monday in August, 1837.
June 8, 1837. Sheriff.
have just receiv',d at the old stand, corner
of State and Seventh street, a general assort-
nent of goods, consisting of Fancy and Staple
Dry Goodn, Crockery, Hardware, and Grocer-
ies which will be sold at the lowest cash
June 8, 1837.
ASH FOR WOOD.-I will pay One Dol-
lar and Fifty Cents per Cord for
any quantity of good steamboat Wood, delivered
at my dock in Erie. A. JEWETT.
Erie, June 2, 1837.
SUTTER KNIVES -A beautiful article
of agate, pearl aud ivory tundled Batter
Knives, with ornamented silver blades of the rich.,
eat patterns.
Also, an extensive assortment of Fine Cutlery,
among which may be found the far-fnmed Con-
gress Knives," just received and offered low, by
June 8. BALL & FORD.

We reoatmead yen that yeou tsoJ
Talbott P. Powers and 8atu4 DMan
olds, late ofyour county, by a l am
singular tb"ir good* and chattels. londasaid tte
ent, in whose hands and pose*sion the sa
may be, so that tley be and appear before ow
CourtofCommoe Pleas, tbe holden at Erieai
and for mid county, o- the first Monday fAua
alt next, then and there to answer ChoritT M.
Red, fera plea efdeabt, and have yO the'I the
this writ. Witness Otne ,, 3 emr Spt
Eq. Presidet of out said Co6ut, at r, t ts
day ofJune, A. D 1837. *
By virtue ofthe above wiir, I have attached the
following property, to witt a piece or pereel of
land, situate land being in the Thirdt Secfiot of
the town of Erie, beginning ata point on the Lake
Road, at thdie southwest corner of lot No. 31,
thence westerly forty-three and two-tonth perelhes
to the east corner oaf It No. 33, then northerly
aJonl the line of lot No. 33, onen bndred mad
eigty-fSir prches to the Lakesiore, thence eas-
terly along the Lake here. forty4wo tad two,
tenth perches to the line or I t No. 31, thence
southerly along thf line nflot No. 3) to the plcee
ofbegmnning, containing f'rty-nate acmc d fifty
two erebes of land.
TlO-z. METnAFEY, S&crf.
Erie, June 12, 1837-4w
En lo Vllage Hotel.
AMES URAY, would moi respectfully informn
Afi8 I'r nds and the travelling pubtiek, thatit he
bs take the House occupied m tavern for more
than 16 yer%, and lately by J. H. Witfev, in Eagle
Village, one mil a south of Erie, and at thle juncnon
of the Cleveland wkIh ihfe iPitisanrfh .tmIad. His
TABLE will he furtished with the best the marke
can afford, and his BAR supplied with liheho'ices
Liquort. Wis stahling is extensive.
lBy sriet attention to business and a deternrined
purpose on his part to render -comfort and tsatifac-
lion to all, he hopes to receive af liberal share of
pultick patronage.
June 15, 1337.

sliding door trimmings complete, just receiv-
ed and for sale by IIIGBIE & HASKINS.
June 8.

most complete assortMnent of Ladies Curls
and Ringlets of the most choice patterns ever of
fered in this market, which were selected with pe-
culiar care, with the hope of meriting encourage-
ment. BALL & FORD.
June 3.
ERFUMERY.-Sassy's "Milk ofRoses"
S Eau de Cologno, Lavender, Antique and
Macassar Oils, fine vegetable Soap, and an ex-
cellent article of perfinued Powder, just received
and offered unusually low, by
June 8. BALL & FORD.

O IL CLOTH CARPETS.-A new n.pply
of various width's and splendid patterns
cheap ofcourse. A. KELLOGG.
June 8.
now opening a select assortnmtnt oF Plated
Ware, among which may be found fruit and cake
Baskets; fine cut glass Castors; Snuffers and
Trays of various kinds; table, tea, cream, mus-
tard and salt Spoons; sugar Bows, and a fine as-
sortment of CandJestick. Jnne 8.
_. i -_ .^r ^

and Mowing, Piteh Forks, Rakes, Rifes, IRt
stores, &c. Also a general assortment of Sh
goods, by P & W M ARBUCKLL
D" RUGS & MEDICINES-A smalasmmwo,
Mnent, by P & W M ARBUCKLE.
Erie, June 8, 1837.
New ArrivaL
A fresh supply of Carpets, 'st rteivedF al
good assortment, at the old stand, Che
side. A. K AL-OGG.
Jmne 1. 1837.
RY GOOD AT COST.--The esbaei.
i bers wishing to discontinue that pert
biiness composed of Dry Goods, for he
nrronse of going more extensively into the Od w
e'rv. Hardware, and Ship Chanalery h i
will sell their stock of Dry Goods at ceta i
nhlv. Those wishing to pumehae aw.g d
well to cat.l
.. ..... HIGBIEd& HAS 8.

............... sail e lC-A te tiaami
efrio team aod to a di are,,a
h at nulik veadae or do
ut ,ofA c.t.imt& pi a&t,
, Cart so of
0 .., 3 .,,aipeaes su&Kas.
3 of lama4 at ai Gsaad Nm ip i
* ty, and bomuand as fews, towk: sontdmi
. by land of lie ry M'ComM dnd Jahew
ter, west by landof S h, nm the iath~
, ofWilliam Benedict, a e .iwtset by b
i leading frouuthe ridge readwC1 iqp C
tauil tb, rmea r 40, myt
tract in Girard tow nd
land lately owned bySile Pratds w
Sand singuar the herddizaeBis
r ce thereauto belonging.
SALS.O-B y virtue of a writ of
ViMued out or theM ame cortM andl to
will be-sold at !d sUm i place on UeAh of
uat, a9the rigbttide, and intesm t u as i
that certain piece of land, the sued ieotI eu n
of the wes haiof lt No. 6, b.ndmed
beginning at William & Jama Dieali 's g
west cornet pet, thbene oerthd S i
three per.. two limks to he
er of fte said Dickson's house,a on the ma
pose, tnem eeutth 68I and j degge-e. W*~eW
perch andfive liksto a po t o ia hdltCa L C
Patnam. tlhenre uth 3 I dIegram ,
line of the BffairJed on the orth ,i.i
north degtWe, eat by the aort ide efdMlt
Buffalo road, i rod and five W ad Im l aetMegg
tioned bounds, contaming three perchrhad tWM
thirds of a perch more or as the e
John RItssel ,sitri atein the birog, 4 = w,
ThOMAS M y, Ihv.-,
Sheriffs' Oce, .
Erie, Janel, 1837.

E PECTf'LLUY Infbrs e chi ew t
t Erie, that lie oceapies a rom m t9r ihe
Drug haop o Diamotnd Row, where be wll Io
happy to' render to lAdies and Genileme mii
professional aid at aany hr in the day. 2fe W
also attend the private dwellings those wvw
ay prefer it. He asisres the pabiek tht des
ode of inserting and cleaning teeth, ae
with very little. pain or uneasimnes.t He hW-.
teeth, both natural atd artalmeA t.tealyi"
to answer the purpose soth ofamn. nd M a
and will thus suppty t1osm eapii'
iHe cleans teetb of all their h ----
and rnde.rs _them prfetuy wldte a
hte ena iti =w a lMdbe tt 51 ag
Atumps of teeth extMracted if ever -s dleah, ia'
the easiest mamser, He removeos* camia i
fills cavities wihb gld and silv.t.
Ih will attend to ebildrenam ill shef
,and reasoeth ilk teehhe at prte Ms
they shoud obstraed he gmBMW ofat a
teeth. On the first appearaneeof dtan rtMqr.-
vyteth haluld always beVl411e0,a S
sion or the tarter will in a asMt tram rwdio
roots of be teeth, and they willn Tvmmu-y W:
ou.; and by attending to tai emis a, mey -
at e trifang expense be restored to origin _
Ladies and gentlemen are invhed a. esRanb
exa.a;e specmaens of iaconarpdblee te. -

1 ETTERS of Admiistreatio.o 1 the j a
LJ of a"" com' late or MIlremi
township, Erie county, docemo.. haie hom;
granted to the sambeiers; there o s at i
lavitig demands ngailtsR said es*7to w =.1oias
present them,. properly a.atbmuetaaei Jer saet
ment, and those indebted to said
quired to make payment immediately.

May 1, 2837.

Tr1 HE subsufiber wold eunmes e she
know themselves indebted to him

Erie, June 8, f8o7.
ALL & FORD have thi, day received
Surge assortment of Argeutih and Qt.
mannSier tea v able, dever, crea mnstord auI
salt Spoons ; soup Ladles, desert Forkes, Mar
Bowls and Butter Knives oi the ast anroeJS
Experience has proved that table waer muaa-
factured of the above materialsis as goodin eves
essential particular. (save expen) as the gm.
inc silver. Sound economy Inadicates the ame
sity of every family furnishing their tables wii.
tils servieeable and beautifwiare.
Erie, Jane t, 1837,
ShaUrey. .
SATIN STRIPED and Rich Figured Chal.
Jnne 1,1837. T. M(OORHEAI~,r.
I ARD WARE-A general amsmraett, eo.
A. siting of Nails, Brad., S&ythee-mCrdlhr

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.v h toffi .r 'amfly ind Thin itks. ... .y c+.. or com. adeger olditldeup atthaile propetor offers to utlm fomre almost constant~pamn Dd dzzinesothe oe 83 ;egeltl t he.... ...... . arrn.,ri, 1l ,,chO ",
i t if i e .v-iWle lh nty <. =biiirid r ift( T ih vtw t siL asi u 'be gffl hcte d .any thl"g i o excite n eew hopes; head ess oF ap petite and great disress o u4 ak a : ent: w rec ny lo fo ow ng ur- '
wNf t'uln fri.a~ninnnv'cuinptinials they 're fiii-eWoreittlottera .Uiqi.it lauiisn cobii~tip'lrianthate isertabled tothre- my food-aiinw-pb~iding apatirdnes ofthe bow-; Fro BufaVlofor Frow r^ fr P~~~
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?"' Aralt~irt'iesus carve that anon nov advanta s hei a ,.e.,emdy fr ltheirdi.eae,r6t wilich-mey els.which po mtdfune appeared to remove-.hes ., i INpursuance of asn
to s. three mmeu lhe )Hgh>r th] ity errvr willtlaveto iurn with lsamppTotmelfega trit btr ad ac-id ertatoli^ in inte backing Cou rt4oEriecou
dsf a ce tie flmw.eekktgt.to de.,+ntitheluy upon a that e.,^ow> ...>iced to ask lto n k llaetn i lialb"-iee'm-his were s'weredpassed with little pr ri, 3fay-Wednesday 17, May-Thursday 5. on -ThurdB the 20
H f r-- ; t t .>. I v atn ldn m ygcyne eI -e asned. h aa hneo m b. eto n 'e ttal th t is d i ea a nd P ltre h ... ... g Ye, d y h u y 2 -a n. H e in E rhe ,
1s n.i.. ._-w .<. t *'. ha ri. witnessed the tntfihe N^ t "in n^ ^ -f in henTth, r itl- A t ,g ew poi'tions a,,v o,,e w is ^h"tism rsre to fur its relit, the proprieor .bei.,e con.- ;,kung with the plyseps .and dtose oiuy who ,," ; Frda, 2. Au ,idf hursday 5* Out L No. ^ ^-^ /tI:
dl! a tRl+t paf" luwras, i as Attire field f itlh tl.tm is expected to rei rn die resiahder,. vrnced ltat tilp croronoH ^ u, l.hla d ,.:oI i l ia.oh ave lien af.icted wth the disease can njdge..y Augt-T.. sda- 1e W ed-l ,da 2. and des ibed as follow :
tif l r lr v 'if6tzyimd Ii' and pgyo.>y f,,rthqse rsedt We-ar& witfig htfy stomadi-ebistihuelthe d ,tt^e wp incorrecti for feielings. 1!'idiidj^o relief trom i nyretedles, e t.msaturd^ 2. 8sa Mothdw I' f w68tlineof said'OutLot
... ...... ......i, a ,t-c c6 flee cairf s.,o ,ld susti roreth t .it.. ... ikl e high reputation to .s. and stimulants, w ih m th.at sa. soul iFe. nty strength skit_ li lig. I alnm st despaired of. re- -' W ed e "da e T 2' of tw o h ridred and fi
t^wW,^f ^ f.l ii hi-. ar, t EsI a I hey have alseadyaacqited, o" sink into meriled nave,onay aggravated the diseasei; and i, tiv D "sa -w dw yexeri

.t<1, & I l, i^oin, ^,an f;, kh,^,^ ,i t vion. Thhe m n ian oftfuf s<.e gwhi y:h ey, mriht gave a .o.o n um-y r.eief, it was atthke price offioture hopeless, as they th o,,ht me to be liI the laststa e ,e October Saturday 7. October M onday 11" U,,,.ardly tentyrods ?
m y .^t,,,1i ,,,leasre-?^^^t^ t +ir and >hi>! (lhey. woult ,reli~ve,-we~ t4ler virtue 9n-. : ,Mg', ,-"m al+ cc.:n. pa.,y: ].+_Y+. l^... ,;...e o-, ,^ptio^ At te gth by the solifcitatio~isV ,_ ,,.._"" a~y 26.. ,, '.v. ,,say ,, 3. parailelwihth~ enorthln
t ff+ t ; +; a^ m + t h n a r ~ o e s o a m i g ht, o : a +. .,o.a i .e fi t o f ; t ,si c k, f e o 'u s s t m + a n i h iee d i i ar ee a e o f v o r,., s -: = 'ys t' -.e m- r ami i o v n e t i e s f a titd."^^H d D o ~w n M a .k ;i n a ; ,d Mi lat ... .,,., ,, + "ou mar dd 8 0D y^^ st a t
eilS tr tl attl rrelth rb dae f btia bphice.d. etierhythe useopdi port ion on wo of thee. ilt.'- dhe glandl of the stomach, B<>meinme..exteiding to dli "- try, Dr. ^th re s Anti-Dy)speptck i nile, and bo id" trps, Miciga City, St Josephs arid ^estwaldly by ta le r u
itPfmra g refrfd i itt ltl p~ ipt o wiL ho >ay ae dlny aferra, and ;e afwer livernid other gn.odtisn a Iert" tempe.m.en' when I had tsod one box I ta received soie G ra Rivr onward bound wid andeth .t le t Peach street
fh f ibil a ;bit ^ e n ek xi. t t frid cl l,. e ni dthrtio frillit ricvt,,sach earisi 'ront)m y pop ti. hriuigeV irri.tambn y. Ta, n ,g UeS -V H ne sought o at the expiration of six months I am ld most a new ed-^to i rde.. lb '. t ,, place of beginning. Th
n^%r i, rs't'elrUv aslioldlnf tfoi, Cotliveness, Pillis, Dbarrboma and Dysente, ,ted'iiones which were oectilated to alter the action, man, I ame free from head-ache aud dizziness, my area ,on, Brn, entt, ey new, ult express gl Village, late the prop
AS ? ional trek HeadAcheD,.ziaiess,Ne'vous 1iorder Pl- of the glands, move obstruction ad allay.nervousfr appetite is restored, food no longe distresses, my forthe C-iago trade, finished astyle surpas- deceased. Sale to cmn
.. .^' .-- ^.- Mtiioni lt4au e,of lier Caspplai.,rDissder of >rtato,, After repeated trals, he hnasucctded1in bwels are regular in their action, the heart-burn, sedby no Boat, having thirty State Rooms, of said day. Terms of.. sa
D aw- an t.. e Skin, wel as Boito. Blotches, Salt Rhuage, Net- a. compound which answers his (xpectations ad acrid ern.tation and pains are removed, my re- with two births each, and large Cabins;spacious one third one year d
Lva 1 (6 e pats t tiwy pt athing pifxnefiiid those is sweetand esngthdis sonfar res tred a ote w two years, oiptrst
T a A rt 'f tl f ^ .- -S $: ^::^^ t ledutlr e" \ y oodi IV.1PbRdenip A 4 r me gaie or udgHOnw
^ li'cep^arse lyoa btwe .m S StoranhLee fApeie aCain p pain and giddinsofthe ead, 4:n siele.^e.smghts Elmore's Ant,-DyspepluckPills. P 3 dbG B fr y sp May5, 1837. '
A .T~akwB*Aellidd .C.-mahm, :Be ir An, petite.r&c. &c. B .t it is ntn e c ary to imene reIevedo -avhout itareasinf theircotvenr ; but on W ith gratitude 1 subscribe, vn goeng r oun y s aylt and r h
wiNdea~bftaef -thaettirnet.byrut~rutcofsent, Wlthe dish an ia -*Ylch tlheepillsare nwful, as the cntral-y, olviatingtne necessy ofresortingte November 10, 18:36. J. RIFLE. go Merhns h otdrct mnooowad Joseph 8 Colt, devised of
ua z belrlMte't us ale reaueted to call a theritlsae...>Jisna3m.to wivuA fte humast Tranie cahbtc And eeg merchandise to tbat place. For Freightand Judah Colt,
settl,lmanie afa tettndebted to-myiself; a8 I have subject in inbch liheydo not te.lto promotelthehealth nervous symptomss, they are having a deobstruent and The above medichies are for sale by BLTNI, Passage, apply to the Ca tainon Board, or ,,vs-. ,
r|i ac Jproffesonal busins. d strengal and co'ydrt wf the paiHtb They a: f aheratve effect apo. the glandie; and thus removing C Awronti C.North EastiT.hNewto Wkh. CHARLES. REED, flre. Jua C det8e OfJ
S, + ,,J R IDDELL14 pao,(culVrly" sefdi "all femaale ls-' rde"' s: and lI all ea i s, te W Lt TC R F iViW.. .... E.B ,MITH, eACY r R.a.USSELL, d ah CotU, deceased, SethIn

*^ 'W.'v'~iR^ < *R1DEL' case afwu~kness nd debility. They are of es-, T hee pills are an efficient. anti-spasoditk medi. d~v; J. TUT ^^ Corr, KniMsiRt, & Co., Buffalo. Ely ansd Phebehisofe, E-
Erea17 837. sentil lKnlfftlin alt ffnvelly complaints. cine and wvill be found^ eflicaclous so hyster ,, -- .... J, Their+ +efahfic a.aphysitkisy n lmeansteiron. eac-s, w andih ll nervousans such asthu hk e ner.oas 8p ...ng eld,.ndy_ JL,, WatIosG, Detroit. p wic and isha Mearanc

ITE subscrie ofrs or sales farm, it- yl reco a cnsioin, they are also aoic.1 rntearlk'd achdatdoS olita^ it acheS tw lu*,P8KNSe idagent Erie. IIztE, HUNTER, & Co. Chicigo. George Selden andEmiy
...nteinMKessowshi,-e Wio' gHILLS sol tenthnth woeeage.ehreis IPRVE ILOU IL. Erie, Dec. 15,1836. s ie Wi~y lham ara
M)ll3, and, lAgf~ithp^ e6or.oltof Ere, 5, per of becominia a. accuomed to their use The proprietor of thee Pills being led by the pro. th*I Parn Oi alC. __and Eigzabeth yarin,
contlai yng* lqies4 .Thdcprayroepaeut~s se a- that one cannot tN u ctgra; clare and ny a ruod .-tatsiof qiui has IKTn in the lInibit of taxing thiem t ilc ]t-doesit cuseisc of disease, its effectsoii Che hiunan system and X8 FARAIS, both adjacent to and cow m S MYTH, has just received at his Hat, Ca deceased, S Sehlen Mar'-
vl Py'^Si~fte, a..coni~fprtab e (\\vl\ng ose, require to produce 3he desired effect. This w an im. the means sedt la relo, b corqi house. <&c. and a good-beatr portanut recommndanoduon, a.)d one which <.h..,d not at Icn th .3 i>..lledte olf the publick hish ire- one containing 900 acres of land, with 60 acres Ihe blick are4dz CaMwih^ zabeth Co'lt,
in arh.r Tie si isn ot surpa se 6v tat of h(1 ori oe a resi1d^ the ca- y; an is we a way urious syem. Tl.v mingle in wid, adapted 1o 01 i ever1ity y r isofartnitiesand travel Bon ff- reek in full operation thereon-the other. plete. His stock now consists of of the said writ, T
all y, grain yr grass. T etaitlot cleared, ,he that a )Iit the .Ig)tio n, and p'romoit a reg\ar ers, and which in all ca.,^ wher a cathartick is t1- conrdinin 150 acres, with a small improvement Fine American Otter, sea Otter, seal, Sheriff o te county ofE
is lUiiegrQd., t wjlU tisol^ on reasonable an heipahy aftioii of he bovvela. lEach ox contains dilated will be lound safe and efficient,casging littl& He will sell both or either cheap for ready pay. 1Muskrat, Coney and Hair Seal Clars. twelve me proceed to
ter Andj p m~d utale title givei. r puat6r-.Py pic,'75i.<-nts- ,- or HO (ai. Among the diases in which they.will WILSON IING. Coat and cloak Collars; Aleremises in the said writ m
til W' Q r of .H. Hiilbert, Esq. Erio, or S' ^A li ,,S CORN PLAS TER. be found Lffic.acious, if unken early, m.ay be classed Waterford. T'rie co. Juily 23, 18:35. -. Ladies" super fine Capes and Boas; Lots of the First Section o
th &s pp ap qu pre a wes As ^that +wharywillfuimimdciate rctlief slfios eieand.11'. ,uemitn ,err Jnu"i Buffalo Robes, &c. '113,114, 116 and 117. A
AMOS W619y;X-a^ an effectdcale. fo rthe direction are followedand gi.ue,disordem l actioit tNT~T .C~ ibcK' ^^ toff a-hg pia )t eixadsinais hc '^ii thit;casoShould ft- y tengtbi. Ila 1,11E, a110.4 despaied of'"e-a bIvetBflopie ow ^SGO

. : ; idircsnotairriev thAKe^AAnbrnes vr s nadU fnly deed oliaheak deyentery, whtieress tereat H qubins. c.radibera lootsear tohelabu centreabv rtce wle sofd byrta tnotce. or cekNos.13 11,re3 ad 4.

ySMK 1 ihoriber A 0ar E SNUFF crudites of the stomach, or worms. saod borough. One hundred acres of land ,nas [J ifWanted, for which the highest price will be ieson Thursday tho i7t
ferf^^^^Blrl^T "'''' comitrnuies- to A spceedv rrlief for Oiltairit, Lethargy, Nervone A trial of thise Pills toill be a sisficient recom^ the village of Freeport, mn North Eassl township, paid in cash, 5000 Deer Skins, 2500 Fox, 11500 10 o'clock in thie forenoon
^Mffl I~ilVSE~'' dim.thtictner ashces,- Iicadaplhes, 'Inflamedl eyes, Conimon covrd, &e. Be- 'mendation, yet for the satisfaction of those iwh .(rthy within good improvements, and very fine buil- Martin, and as manjy Otter{ Mink, Wild eat and tulne and place? all who ai^
.^*BHSardHH^ yer,^; a Bggdd vere head ashelieoarnmonlyyieldtoa ingle pinch of it. not had this opportunity, the following Teetr-onialsdings., Eleven vdiag Lots at the Franklin .Pa. Fisher, astea be had for fasr prices. THOS. M
i ia M Jil t\ rrn *riirVag. f-rsev ^*"" ^ *t prov an s.ffe re y thr the areseketed. per Mi. Also, Lot o. 1396 in the borough of Erie Oct 30 1835.; Erie, May 31, 1837.
~ ~ ~ l QBfl^ ^ .^^ every article carrrilirsle rggltj^Xu^ cae' ---e 25 cen Eria, oq 8th street, btween French and State ',* ,*-
.^^Mln iwa~tf iifilne wo hisinsr EngFoL' TOOaHl Al M.DR O .. From Alfre' Wothynl, M. D.an mient prae. Streets. A part ofLotNo. 1404 an the same F0 R SA L E ,VahTable lal a
i oi at t ti an es twilit te er Ih eItr oy s li hol. ,r. N. Y F. d 136. te e0 onl1eth street, between Peach and$ Ss LtV AO. 8 AH, 6f oA K OGG. ofrthe
T lbater *isha nIye'art eiperieH- Th Tabove Medicineare finale b~y I hereby certifiy that have been acqmuanted *fras Streets, as described on a map un the posses-- tion, two of which are wel
ce bikdmish frmir-the- ea hft^ will have the .:U. TOWN, North East. with Doct. Joseph H. Elmore, the poprietor of sioni of R. S. Reed. Further mnformation res- ir IME-Kept constantly on hand by the sub. edif will come within tW(
ir4tiM'AO ianstaer.1i^v-ivaBtpe^(rid awiia- in E. ROBINSON, Erie. the Buious audiAnti-Dyspeptyiqk ais, for ten pectingthesaidl4ied, and terms of aale, and also JR.A seriber, for sate at his Kiln. near the Navy ments at the west end of
a stylo for durability and neatness not surpassed JOHN IRECHT,. Fail-vew. yeare past tud know him to be a physicians ofsei, of other pieces of which the subscriber has the Yard. BENJ. SOULS. more valuable by their ne
biy~t bop;Wext'Altwy:' "He'wtllanufit. B. PORTE l, Girard. ence~and can cheerfully recoImneed. Kim as a manI agency, wied be given to those who call for that Eri tOct. 8, 1886. template Canal and by
ture and fhep eobatpati thnid ft r snle, Sta Er e, J W. 41337 of learning, worth and integrity. fHei has made purpose. .aisa.se waters of the Lake.
+ Springs, ofa. superior quality, hi,-heiv+l,-.,, -1 ,, .,-,o ....... .0 8 the coposon oft"e-tbove ,desc ... ,, JAMES D. DUNLAth ers ad Ortlawo _aa Also, the undivided one
,raut.... l --ra-- -^ i---, -: rSete sn etitershave just uereeived and are bed Pills audr Jebeleve the i t be available pre- North Easth gAutt. 1836. offer ,foaleFORTYacre.ofLandiny pr .22& 37, adjoini.ng the b

He &#:4tf~int~i^^ ^hanid; (grt i now opening, a full assortument smll aiid paraloon forlhe cure of the diseaise~p ehas enu- -*<.!<.>*- s field Township, aboutone mnile f1rom Capt, with a number of valuab
LighelVIMaiia@W'tfrnfn^T a off ., .y Wrre.wh~rpar~,efp odgvr nrt A, WOT YNS. r HIII d David^^^^ Sawdy's. There is about THIRTY a- fail to please. For terms
artfeteis% hurk:did Shfe Wth no Ass flrddH Crk I fully cnpurimnthe above certifcate ifDx. yv uul oietadsstt cres cleared on iH, a good and leading pbisk roa .G (JC
Tlad w ilt'itrkhaht'tr n iprin Al o,Gladeivfuanellodqbts arida shdes,-all Wotkyps, anden ddstinta myperaticedhavewprnIhd, er rns adjoining it. There is a frame bar on it.- a d
qugustdeq tot tw opait? h\ nenis kr-la-cih they wid 11sel lowr for cash pr douu try pro. ved "them to be a valuable preparation for the th oruhofre tos hlnoehmsle I will sell it low and make the purcraser an in- Erie, arch S3, 1836.
m I + eiy .-.te t- e ll uce. & A. thrTGHEisa. e.ure oltthe diseases he h has henurnerated.ndbedoeq"e. ." g l "aattiheir di....table tidge. JOH.N .IDDELL

ela olbaayE l ftCK P UCK.^ Prie Nov.-2a, 1836. JOHN1H. HAYf)TS,M1.,#. resppetiveaccorn&, itniedi ate d we wsh to nieApril2, 1835. *" ^ Tft n
Bie tr + oy of *-*l *n i ,1 + .. o o. .. lEast Nassa. T'en .selaer Co. N.Y. Ko. 4....836. close o ur books a i 1oon as p issUe O. r n j v H "
g. l getilanti1ty ofl super6ofrPate Blacking, -.. 6..pls A. SHERWOOD, ar I A+ : IVeill nor Jale. nrl ,AE subscribers havin

dtld.- ^ hr mi~ ai b.m ='-.+, stveryelns ati-Ta o l lles y be,_ For eight or tee yeara I have ben su.... (0 P. GLAZIER. f -H iwoubscriber offers Cfor sale hE Farm, sit. w o Wership in the merca
,rc.-' i 4W".'0."-i aI r- it. i pa 1'i t "u aarlytFi -KIN. the dyspe' ispsia, for whach I was treated. by p........ E-li. e Nov. 15, 1836hl J ated in GiLanFaixmntsownIi lipo M4Meyin north of uditTfh ofTracy & a

E teax E ON Jn Juy-8. and toof va'ou remedies withoalt efteritionatn. Bin The PAINTING BUSINESS, iin all ts and adjoinin east Girard village containing 96 ethiy Warta he Pubidk
Se to I- .......... css eanesda y They uref e d..ness areann.c uspme a M Y ,ec d T',dm O. e da ra eh ,'.

se uof otfrornlM .I OG r J "LEmr's+t-yset Pil Cfliaq es hopeI I to resette centisinn of lll plici be~ dipsd fnresnld ems nra nis &. fte is qaiy
.e e. 183- which I hhave received completednalief the eistre, pcntf e putableC title gie n Tavern Keepers and otht
r Iw ,P u hi ya7phietsm Iai atathe stomach has vanosed; my appetite a er good, nget ppet.tand y oerri ...n.. di r Also-A Saw Mill and ten and a half acres vtd to call and exaimine- -
--..... .. RE "tr ElRIa haved reapid-yintreaedn n esh and can now perr Paints, Paoters Materials, Vat-alii-she, c.l. land situated theAfeaek eof the Laketr in a.ai. ea se feel ,, fident, they.
i tx r u1r 1a 9ar 1 11s1 r eed rtvr. .. ^.. l heer- ,t their a ry b ieaa ra KnowHint hat A. SHol Rsl a Ot townshipre about threemizes ,eearattooftkeoreeok ogeea hiret on.ae
4e t 1, s r l le I ete Ivudwhichanswaershissad O. J. HICKS., Thereanst G cHN
aseaBoils.B-at oc i.- do ,. Gs,, S at hi h e r (h oL ="DPoT ,roIth" ida ieruitatie on). b .a Np we i llr mav ,mir

pe ge ,exelusve ofSO state T.-e ^. llowingitrom-the Rev Tho 8t eie CASE English and French. Merinosn. t1re i re S 11 RlL N elegant asBtne ne..
nand tfaish'.edle &r ter nh N 4r fOOD and other gentlmen tSandoakned tOtndue.'oritodfor sa bj J.LAdIRD IOTNor 1394,- corner ofFrerch and eenth 6-4MerinoaAlso.4

pqrIpppeege?yny onal nothelakes. *np HE-subscriber isaow receiving from ,New Feb. 23, N Cheaps~de. streets; Also part 6f lots Nos 1398 and of various prices and colour
o _60r passage apply to the cartaint.on ed .a- yti ork aid Pladelpothma, a arge and gene- Wrih pleas ur e we acknowlede our acau,,ftahe FEsarm a rd oHirs o sale. 1399,o situate on tate street, for sale. W. A.fr

or Ng- ?nd BFe raltockof good -, casisting f with Dr. Joseph H. Emnore, and do certioveawhe m HE subscriber offiil ftyfathis Farm, cont For terms inqire of TH StM, Esq. Oct. 14, 1835
anDRY GOODS O1IO'BiES has I ee our milyplt r manyyears, d taking 100 acres, situate in Greendeldi Erfe. March 30. 1837. JAMES8 BULL b 60 I 09
t e .a r d.tr a h a h l s i at, beaen se samitbehwalyges towandp_ eAhTOS, iilpainooth adjaenrth tEand, on the-t h;I,.,eo,. f.- aa it RT'r M

-- ,* .^, ,i l s t .. "* "i- n"o'. rsock r.li^ai dHarge a, a hoes o"fecieneesckeh andfor thi s W tebrjindebted.toh Dr.JS. Attorney at w, eadile,
Ub+iANlicf^BA..oRe1al:e enL ni, t Hats, Capre ec. op c. and ca, ef ure his cus- we Pns eth rpoted for wlrch theyar? ronor a Gst Mid la now doing a profitable business, aed HE subscribers have just received, and are RACTE di tes
lu, fstreceivejaro etufomntx a &y and rober- r thot' e who may fiil or hem with a call, o, is n is o the Bphhe a-Saw Milt. The improve..entsoi th ,rm a receiving from New York.. a good seiply District. Tb hi
IIGBI HAKINS, that wl se on readable terms or cash in, TR about tyas.dearedagooframedu omerchandize, consisting of DRY GOOS at rie are refeed focou
n-lo-r ,- -Corner ofii ench & Fifthoass t salts.of lye house ad field ashes, Ine, whrte IStAAC B. Fox, JorN LAt t barn, sheds, &c. It will be so .. at a bargain. GROCr ES. HARDWARE CROCKERY Wm. M. Watts, Esq.
SLEA E and wood and her boards, shingles an almost a -- or particulars, in f bscriber, on the &c. which they are prepared to sell at a tason Attgu"tS,l836.

ahil ftebtd nSWiaore e S o ,Calltrrdi e toth e SanLke, Nfr.m15,1836. remises..Ewhleleinh able advance eupon oigil cos,) for cash,
lE I1. J. & L i.WAit. c JOHN MARVIN. 1 ami hapy wiiih the tihapect I entering fr r. Gteendeind, Mareh 3. fr37-sail y ,L ack Salts, house and field ashepplsawe umber toW ,
......... ..r,. ,J .RIDDELL....tcuary..... ..ka A al e, A ]e a e
"lfl !$37.... .. ... + titd e a t reii oe fti)alle g ,ravely one ip v a'v tin at d sal ..". Y HE willrbeerorndoes to sell abont ly- r io 13,an1 $ +an& 4

He i~t ih~l~q~ j~i a~nl + + a++yI ,;c o poenaion; teya relull astortm e .t Ifrmte nd kp'rd-tcicn -dortt ecreovst~th-d~sac~ .he, aseou nu.eim F. P-E" RRI fel owIi b uNt~ il r m at, wihan mb ronad
M HE subscriber .ffe .s for sal hi fa n rsit- -rata -T 6 t]itlll i, u...
t 'J&, I, P"it)-oi, Iew k .comig w acustme, otmi use Theprorieoeeonthse illsbeig ld/bIthepro_ alie
tiea htGetanttt iiltdcin s rh 'e lon"t pone ...... p Jfmeiin o a efulqxaii aino f like t wiHi .utlowiudm-kethepnre s r anwon- iu, ler ,USy .
blt rJOH HHA E$M.n F[voARMeoulthmajaenlteltand we SMYH, h
U~~~.. oi........asse....by ....it or heov rlooked.-The ontain rtomineralstietUaC~ncevdBlosP,, ~sarmd bRe t&fn
tiric~imxa.. TbeP.9 isa aleAl.i.rovd,.a anexellntSaEwOODl, o etohsfomrarnt Ml fr01e .
'iiii tII)-1aI~c thatCall ie an thisen..han a y.... ..'sH E snbdicin ,ibedrsehail n
Jaiih'0 iaoa 'Ii y; is vol dated .. ..... "I'Fdr"0 vegoe"tt" earcateek, Si nttruff Poperatin AZIeERn--h te. Irple sbtieofr~osleh am i- _
ar n t lea_, wa y mij w io s t ot i -le. oein.. ..w ,nersnl n vtf, ad ptd o ie v ry a %trsoff rn les nmtav lereiss oca
;~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~1ewl. fI +:a bo..; .. ntain hiatAgstedwili e Heeam wb oatei t aill sell both areswither beapcorinuedatheody acrsyda.wne. h mrvmet r
I-I +l ,. ti .. ..Es. Eti, or 'SEA ,W ," :" J~ ,'S b te waoun ffacll the ife a kt;wen al, t eo etay e eakie aerod'Yr o uy 3 85
TA I.. :. ..... ....... ... wh o[hae re c tived scofplte ehe ,sto a h andbowlt-ia pad f r a eu ffal o Robe sn 4. .,, .
-M'm~r,,, ;-.A."91 0 S ,,, WI .. ..' ... a fetilCr i -t e di-----ns r --e ,a feotllloawvaede;myapee sgod m..iletcoslnl oAbad al lntae /o-ASa ilsnutnpndapalyce o .. ".
hem t* FWH7Esiubscib~r popqse to seltobea*BvanTle aboe art
ff~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~:filIJ ,> ee.... OJ.ollis, Tereisabfne.itefir-aGrit illun ini .... : Oe
th back,,headHmbs8n, brast,oulnes.of ongue t- r
.... .. ... ne s tator asnas c e ap sI l n ea e. c-udites tile to ah or w orms : .. .. .d borough. -O ne u n ........s of land ne i- 1 -W a n r r
b~r gl 'tutoly l ltk#, n he, e ies Ihmoai-ed eye.,50 t i+ rt o l r&...... 'mendaion, yetf.... .. t:s'd, with o d m v m n an vey i ne buil- Mart...in, andN" as met++ + "
;. ,fats, ven v-llage Lets at, t.h.e"F.ankliu.Pa Fisrher;ed an + be"hi
___N~~~~f ers er, initpove O feculmndyf tl. andotergenthneno .a 91 m I m`+:,t. Alsors lotbo1396in.tleAIruh R+;IeOct. 394 0rnero'rehadont- .-Mrm A

lli" ltl ""a iats, Capst&ci&eoauncact it te'erv heydxrvi t c s iwonlla er thStreetor htbetweenr conS."at..ega. n ,d ..each S.tre tsLot, OW .
'o .... . id C oc e y+ tit I nju HrdyateShoesilil' oree m e y.d.'t.em ot ~ u lcb.ehed,183& -o .d 10d on .. .. ...ee/, between Peach a d. .. .. .... ,"
l~lll444All iHth f irtll- .,giqt mo&41 i rl h n lete L g pito.P 'r-,, o, .+I -- +ar s tMIo R noRedo.n-,aurth-ofitrable ius n re $_ad q ~ u srb rh v sreevd ad ae n A 'l E m t
E. -OBIN-ON, .B-ie.ntrheaBitlio.s eaudwlo ma aver nhn withIaeallten'ed.. t e said P .. .. and' "o" sa--" anJ 'lso "L + y .i.. .
recevel~ta tt ydafil'u~t y tht 1- Wil' J[Rn a, hl-t ... rviw. yeT-o pastS, Wid s, v t eapb~iino f ~l, Saw o !r Thei prveent scribe rmasth ar d.rcllgfo NewY~k odstpl ..trt -webi
style ......rabilty and eatn ressnoa rt w i a s ais oiye a ite u n tu a ne ,piehwit' s- R f ^._ot, ar hed )'cs or hIcthwlll e s ub- .. + G O ER E$ H R D ~ ~ ~ 'rli p m M a o
I OL EA 'H~ t t.d d orslet'. -St. ,-.eel- .9op rtcuasin uiwftortheib r ,andhih h vainre aedtogeltaity. tfie6. "'' +'
-know-It tolnieeltheoctiitrilrodice6rathuiAorltetsriieP$_11 a fi,
sp r... ...J;&f"f.s, ora; .... ...su..perioH N M RVr. .I qualityhe .r ewt ntrhanl. : W ,ed, ;,hS Ii3 JA M ESk alsh t sea d ied as ,Dw.um er UiN LA" ~

r AT L6AW.
th street, a few dors
mers* I .t.i -
k: Ide.
ay oflmi JQ37T,41t
a certain l-
to vnshiji,,bigifilst
i g. about ote 5 -fft-
: begitann'g-atof i)###
No. 20,at the ditit aie
reet fro* the norlhwcyp
00 Street, *WrunW
4re~et, sixty tbek- tjljjtw
nnig paralir ith
twenty -pereire, t&ie
street, lty feet to tfw
e above land'lieiti'Ea
ety of N1hemnlah7 Poif,
ernie ato o'lock P". f
ale-one third ift. h

Y EA', Ad tditkiwaer


Wrf it P t P atioe

yen, that in aursesons.
h1mas Mbh y Y :"igtk
trie, shal,xwith &jry of,
make partitionl pt l.
mentioned, to wit-: t(`
f btho t6wao'f hiehOiR E.
elso,' BloksP-" quafe-B
tion tfsaid towndw hiam-
AIU In Lotiin t rehiid-
3.357, 3189 sand part,Af
n ihe'township of 3M.-
': e,)-on l iim -+
A day of Jy wxeqak
i of said day, at which
Rst ed my attend.
No, 28, Au+ O iBi>,

d farms situled vit!o:
a oria t* i tbirWi.aw
1) located and u'u--' b- J
ontemilati f tait6.;
the ba are re"i#"
ar Te salty tOaku of,.
beg bounds4 b
sixth part pt,0 i"
nroughin, tonwit b
a > ly tow. ... "'e +o
s,-Blocksf or qaresal
:ion 6fs... l tow cr':Ei,+
Woo Iu LoWtt i taucl



ltine bousis nxtri

ig at thre o tdo
e and extne whiso
.orted'rIqAisir atten
ers are resectfullv in
adeomito thestbir4 a<
*otlmplated* i~prfcve-

will be arle to refd w
rA i TRAIbY((n-.
lengboudedb th o
'ri -. ll '.ili ; ,

of Frenehllt Eng=ig
rs, now opep .ngMot
eaeply to o h-
S ,N ,'It- + ,- k

ngil busionees o rue
M[ilLe, old e,~ t

sei and directiovtms

, .,D L,+o
Blllra rl~etfully, i

at*rfi A 1 1 1.3 Elin- re as a physieian Ofsce fI w d o a Ofit Kinds o oo a iU r v
." 'r*- *'** t | ^ d .rmla+ -& */,, N" B. All thfs,,who kuow thomselvesintebt- skill as a practitwoner, and for his urbanuty i p f- :.+=s.is 20,00 n hfogles wanted on debts kthrie^ itl--... .. .... -, -. +. .. .r hity---e W
71^ S^ N.s B.FRR ,^^^^^R Al bodt bc b av
or JZ7 &64htaldnds cour. 1,olse *cig niconteaso
F ..tM,0tt7aon. Av llda. w-iev0 -(,1d to thesubkeriber by book- account, notee'+ tior oints-all t te w. r o-ig, tb ..t o PB = tmolt% n -_ .f iingl alit n re el to i. -,.- te- .. -net ,B A ,l l ...th oey w o know te ,ti .O ._. .
V e r~s e~v~edd.s.1 .nd~Offf. j'udgenment of lo or standing than six months I wk ie A c!,-ompmettio fnol iet.,Bilious apd Antil:- n St t glei are neste oet hrertey ne il., they decline selling goods tpan crelli on the e se ofthe Pub
.dwt.lth.sid of l e public( square,be ...... ,a. e im t -' peptick Pis tha areaerneepretaled'fitruct osakn"a.. Mt, P OR0.-., or masgnw accou sme resnt seasm assortment seiso le
twd Wgft u et j%* -R ea h S tree4,.%vhere lie offers n oo -.- r- .... ... in rs a tiick principles, aind ia no w ay caLcultest to 11i theo E ", 1 4 .. L EMIN RJ E T -E1.% D Y rO O D ,
for soi~lsaA 1Am IMPRov&D- dadedahiacunseoeI~tfD-ublick orcall upon him the cagr'geof quackf,1xat CR.POSTS-. O CearPos~tsof Joe013.RO E ES

s pii accro "sf* sao f .- ined with hi. Anti-Dy., peptic o a m a No .24 W ALKN.R. W ILLIABS, &tCo. -o tse. O nO ane eve m e t.
aSn iTEi t R yG D A TvAt. _noR rietr tie y ic arthe t.extonaftana r' er v-yl gb ,l inW.dM.r-hARBUCeL.. Cidtk eRali,,,+ -,,um,, and. u a R,,,.;+y,-.uO b"RN J
r.- t+ "pet y rmhosts ety.S o BROW I ,.D- Erie:- Feb. 1 8... 11 M6.131k Scaper, &c. Uc mreeve a s te.
A&L~wri Rra~elb BOOT8A aHOES. ^d tlainrlui Itexositys of taknhega seond s -10-ft ilrc anervous theadiatheanks of thimel ko eeei 1^ ^ ~tieevdadfraebter"0 ^8 h ~^ d
., .. ... l- 8 collecthis dues after that date ast--kitcdsm of IfodAd;ioted theco reofth tedi#a f wtleh fe. onror o e fe.d tediaelw. A,-,, ^
r r a ..- aead... .. .merly oecuped by.the Mes.. .ra. prescription oun.te a ivedrfound ceaIremedyati c.Ibere i d ,ay t ... No. 2a1- ,et d nt "o d

S, 4 a od. F m an exrie8ce oet em Anell. KO BEItL. I OO.EreSeep- have t sw eo
y-afrs.n rh ejt tbee n tn etay, tf Phl delf,) rom their good| ffraetpor .themnlp t per a my J constantly on hat id 300 Pieces of Ger m Fay'sPbtey tTl noning wandetae fortl iaonobr paymwhtif required, eare
PA" l*fltel. .t o. .do t i nl r b l tiv sa tif a fi c q"+t nted w ith h is A nteiDy tivk P i s e d .. B rat *o -uk s, Q f v e ry d e c rip ti n ir a l te, a n d n o w h a v e o n e i.... ra t o ayt sh p r

T HE .ubscriberl as removed his l^ f fj^ ,t f ,tonto thosewba may favorr ha itho.re..t.. thtAem to ull who are labor under pepi at. I-hololm aGt amid l, n h e........... F LEM INs realy aB W anT eeR. Er, e,O O tob 17,1838
of >' L PA E th D rgSto^ toe B Hehta~madearrangemeats w hihbeh flic. Laetht 7 fth S 18 C ABASR NB. AHl ads o clodl repaired. : rsavin lbor machines, bto iti ywl orthy tt*A I' RUS
o. Sw + "" ,eusow i nke, a hd' ar ^ u Oe" -, 3 ,-. + w o a f i tue. r o, ,TRUS8

J.ila .lete assortment of FALL "cotme latest Pars and Lon- e in the dif.ere.toc.pati of Joiner Cabi oHen Iorris sel

. ~I^W rtin e? ^-/J.S. CARTER.d fah"n. Having used in my prsctDr.J, are a Alll for $ae.* net Makers and WageeMak''s. Walk in Gen. .r Tni ferags8-y1of0
. ..= ... .E r.^ .A pril,6,1 .37. edi.. ..s a. t;st..2 ,to..., w el a de ti sh t ela 8 y 0 'drdlresorunisaproved te Hn P eH A N DIs elurs'--A qua artnti,>tyrsaofb r
-t cl^- -. .t E GE I su et.-Dyspeptocft PilRs 1H dyspeasta and -ervous Land, sit".ated? .m.Lf Bt.off township, five I will 0ry toail i e ashand Wdindwae h Sp ErieiJa18 1835^ k
I S A F RI E A .. *. "ea se s; and cheer i try ree ri ne sdahi M Kfu s les a l th 6i da^ "o" .i "B"e "rd, tand for e ilw sv alt .^
WlBk a .t oiihn'eenthdoo m tEberb eni y h oe haa e Pills as a safe abefor ernt e athvea rick adhted to ise -r ,o '+f iality, ifnot superior to the most of l n., .d. w bi.s. al_ i -_,I ,
w ws arb. Huhc1 err a lw e nh d r k con rts do a t mily n t con ah u pe o r ot her hno elt l TaW o RRE i o

po&' ^wsajl anfeup odrRt^fhieteiyaie h~ts akNsaOt 7h86 Gonaeauttee onthe north.hne. _I willooll heap^ April 13.i187. ab 'tr l y rl or l mg. nthe ... th eat --earer o th u he n ...a s. femrItarn oro hot,, p y eta d.and g ve a.s. *D c.. ,i.. .. of the s, a.,

can u k fryur kev ahr fgatc hong.Nt Lisbatio, Clmbia Co.N. y. No. 1l 836. pu abetile ,DAVD D. McNAIR. _. KeagOnoIs. HEALTH---^r5aoS^
mBone. *'?e' P, .f. WH. KE DALL I wa suffering great pain from the R1Ic-Dy-. Iafllreek, Dec. 24.1836. I th.ERCE .icn LEIAND rqspec i infor" aders, cart btobtained a'p
4oe313 ae, A rl een183 r b t iles a re whel obtained a bo I'of D. ore' B, he bcribs ill py in their friends and the pubck, that the Also, ay
,I' -A. .S ." '- ,0 d. Fo anepri e o mr t han fieAnti-heyspectickf Emrwhich have relieptd i l me of a Store Goodl ten cents per bushe, for have removed their store, to the room ree-. _m P..acewhere nf se_

Ak$V&4,Wj8Barrels ofSSALTtust .th tepaie and allayed le oer nervouoptoinr. AoUse, anaeight centf (br field Ahes, eelived occupied y R.r uston,s fonfi (tdeofr hePR p k -RonianaeD Oct. ri3.
aon 'A.^^ MoOEaw,&r-ho W V edeandeforsale bytibl bswc .Gateful for cor and hoping to i edumanyers l t square. : s.tuesthe 11 ein
St^Wf. -* -.flo nEDT* berfor casor n exhangforram*.- ibtainlite relief offer thistestimony FLEMING & BREW&TER. Erie, April15; 1837. : G / JOl STO
Q0eAR 0' E .MARY JANE BI4GS. Mayr24.183r INE8, purcharA s p shebrelptth< Trie; Sept 2,',1835.
.R T fAl.- E.rlsoe..reo.s. 83, ; e.1 .+o. T ^ r dWMo-,, are pure, fonWteorhvtoses; for sale
.y rnd.u, bU erd ha isrem e h _...it, t j t received by eo ds I . Dr. J. H. tn. ..re, .S -and Lake. aT -* ...... ,O .... k p
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