The New-London gazette, and general advertiser
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Title: The New-London gazette, and general advertiser
Alternate title: New London gazette and general advertiser
New-London gazette & general advertiser
New London gazette
Portion of title: General advertiser
Alternate Title: New-London gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S. Green
Place of Publication: New-London Conn
Creation Date: June 15, 1836
Publication Date: 1823-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New London (Conn.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New London County (Conn.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Connecticut -- New London -- New London
Coordinates: 41.354069 x -72.10104 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Connecticut Historical Society and Connecticut State Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 60, no. 3106 (May 21, 1823)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1840.
General Note: Publisher: Samuel Green, <1824-1838>; John Jay Hyde, <1838>-1840.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09337879
lccn - sn 82016451
System ID: UF00073663:00002
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Preceded by: Connecticut gazette (New London, Conn. : 1805)
Succeeded by: New-London gazette & advertiser

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TERN ew E s tablish- "mioneot '1seol P at ob inParts This day published, price 5 cents. Just published, illutralcd with 177 En-
Th d e Thirty Parts, price Fifty Cents earth. Richardson's Dictionary gravings, price $2.
Is pDblished every Wtoednesday mon ,El lt. ( Parts 1, 2, and 3, now published. ) or T THE PENNY MAGAZINE, THE BRIDE'S REMEMBRANCE OF
and a deduction is made where a number s RS. C. BEC KWITH, ENGLISH LANGUAGE, Completing Fourth Volume, HOME.
delivered togetl.-r. Those sent by ailuen II LI ER AN0 D .ESS- NEW DICTIONARY PART 3. And bound in iancy cloth or half call to BY AN ITALIAN LADY IN NEW TORK.
sberirs, the paper will be contimed at nIAKER, FR. I N. Y RK, OF THE The new edition of parts I and 2, match former years. They brought me to another land,
tha.i leasure of the publisher. ired, is AS recently established herself :n No. ENGLISH LANGUAGE, will be ready in a few days. Of the early volumcsofthis work, so well To dell wit s ers, andtobe
no e thet tona er of insertions desired is 4ar the's Row, Cour a t street, were BY CHARLES RICHARDSON. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. known and so justly appreciated, upwards A young and happy Bride.
not noted upos hte copy of adversemens, ` is carrying on the above hustness in is its They called me beautiful and fair,
they will be continued till forbid,and charged arinus branches; shite will be constantly re- WTn the view of placing this Work- F roni the Pennsylvanian. of 63,000 cie have been lan dtnd But yet I know mine eye
ac(ntrdingly G annual ly is ex- esiving from one of the best and most ex- so coilessedly of an important character- A work deservedly celebratedancl rad, and high oui cn laten, 'an 20 00. Hlah lost tle brightness that it had
entford here onsive Houses in te o N ith e rach of every classofthe co- ly commended by the most prolbund phli- stl1 cirltite ,o e bledu ne te n Beneath y ovn dea-r sky.
he terms of subscription are not complied the best patterns and newest fashions f inunit, it willbe published atthe lowest lologistso tg he d -April 12, 1 i a no. I They wread, too, in my shining hair,
every things appertaining-tohr line ot busi possible rate ; the Publisher havmi made Received the second number, of RichardsiesKof lhe". society istite dffi They wreath'd, too, in mt y shining hair,
with. mess. She offers for sale a general assort- arrangements in London lbr a set of Stereo- son's Dictionary ofthe English Language, UsentI Knowledge," a society institautel by The jewel of their race;
tment of Fancy Goods in her line. and would type Plates, is enabled to offer it at a nmuch a workof which we some time since spoke eno the mpost eminent rank aiund talent, c t to see w ill
TRAVELIERS, GUIDE. reectfuly solicit a hare of the public pat- lower price than itcouldotherwise be issued. in terms of merited praise. To the stude nd ist utois of i strihuti' nformaT AlTh upn mit vimall ed b
T AV L' It will formt Two large Quarto Volunmes, and to the man of letters, it is invaluable: an instruction ii theC cheapest forn. Tne Am alhtred brow
RE REDUCED,$2. N Three or four apprentices at the each page will contain three closely print- tlhe London Quarterly Revicwtermsit,withsubjects which have unirly bee treat lash va ke
abovee business are wanted immediately, to ed columns ; and the whole will consist ofl rut, a dictionary such as perhaps,no other ed, have been stn pottis The tint of joy again.
.Uoln mgood encouragement will be given. n Ilty .Parts. lanc"u.ge could ever boa.st.- ay,1836. History,aceoumts ofthe great works of Art AT hett oagain.
Ne Lodo, May 11836. 84 Eah rt wil contain Eiht Pages, From the Philadelphia in Sculpture and Painting, Descriptions of I tread the fairy alls at night,
New Lor.don, May 1iceeutsidi a)per selia-monthly 8 work now being 'pi e U. d Gazette AntiqtUities,Personal Narratives o t'Travel- And all have charm. for me
u.til .itwhoe is competS e, wh h, now bendg published in N. York lers1 Biographies of Eminent Men, Elemen- I meet with thrilling looks that make
*t tile whoeisCo m l t* received wb which ought to, andvvill, we-uonbt not, ex tarv Principles ofLanguages and Num- Me dream of home and thee!
A.I ,Bank Street. *SLIuscibers' names receiveul by cite public attention, It is' aDictionary ofher. Established Facts in Statistics, and How beautiful are all things here!
S Bank Street. JACKSON, Publisher E tiglish Language," updh a plan pro-.Politic.al conomv.d bright
FoM NEW-YORK & HARTFO RD MISS Harriet Rogers, hasjust returned 53 Cedar street, N. York, and posed by Dr. Juoh on, but not carried out The very stars appear to shed
DAILY. m N Yrk with fresh supply of Milli S. GREEN, New Lonon. by that ditinguied Lexicographer. It is Part 1st, for 136, will be ready ford. A softer, newer light.
Ierf te l mp t a l to n 1oe t OPINIONS O TH PRESS ow'ut tDr. Johnso. a unbrtunate- liver on the 80h iuntant ; Subscribers But vet I feel my heart would give
ill descriptions, will be sold at th lowest OPIMONS OF THE PRESS. ignorant o te rly language of the names are rec-ived by all the booksellers, & Them all for one sweet flower,
prices. Fom the Eveing Post. English, and of the language of the by the purllisher. Pluck'd from the valleys, where my feet
april i9 tfO The plan of the compiler has been to sup- north of Europe ; hence henot unfrequent- t. J.ICKSON' 53 Cedar s. First played in childhood's hour;
dei- unay.J iSOfin-3aCedfini-Fiahrstbplydythivlow
p!y the omissions of previous lexicograpin- ly failed in his etymology. .A work of this June 87 Where I beheld the river flow
MISS Crannell is now opening a new ers, not only in regard to the words ad- curious and useful character, will senarcely So gently by the shore;
supply of Millinery just received from N.,mitted, but in regard also to their defini- ail of ample success.- April 13, 1936. This is l d 12 1-2 I And saw the moonlight stream upon-
York, comprising a variety of Straw & silk tions and the examples of their use ; distin W s DayispPtlIohed-price 12 a-2 cenisn What I shall see no morel
^ Bonnets oflthe latest fashions. gushing the original and simple from mod om tphia qer and Daily Pat XLVI of the Penny Magazine-
oach leave May 10 83 horial meaning, and as- Courier. By the Society br theDiffusion of Useful Yet sometimes in my dreams I view
ELEGANT Post coaches, wll leave il ay cdi o e earlier writers of nglih A work of more than ordinary impor- Knowledge; being the first part r 1836. ember'dones, not lone nor dark;
hierBane tLno, y,, .e coin-"ieLLrUS" .JA.oO.r PAoTiayVI And sometimes I am on the sea,
ea. .Boat Ho e t half pat 2 on'cloc WANTED with a view of presenting, in a series of il- tance. We warmly and confidently coin-'ILLUSTRATIONS IN PARTXLVI. A tmein me' ow l ovd loir ,
SL thereto IMMEDIATEY Two wrls at ustrations, a sort of history of cach term mend thisnewundertaking,as well ieca Analysis o Ans float ng,
intersect the Lexington, and the splendid t business, god ooood es ad cotant containedl in the work. This plan he ap- of the valuable work as tlidt the plan ol the iy ,fra Lemur t Skull of Lemur; Beneathly the twilight star-
p antteavbprIse affords an admtUIbo a ottuyBe.uty, .Ruflfld LemurnSkull of Lenmor ; Buncath the twilight star-
ew eam Cleopatra, for New York, & lo will be giv J ALLEN pears to have faithfully and industriously enterprise aords an admable opportunity Skull of monkey London and Greenwich Once more I see the sky I love,
Hartford. Passengers by taking this line, e' arch 1 73 followed ; and we beheve it is no undue to such peionsas cannot pply themselves Rail-way, from near Bermoodsey New And my own dear home afar.
u for A n- -o Ph- n,m a wl ar raise to say, that lie ias given us altogeth at once with a valuable dtonay o do soChurch Th University at Leydn ; Pal- Once me I tinearound my brow
,';e n.t e, n season.f the morninir er the best dictionary of our language yet grad.a.ly, andin a mnan.. r in wich e Ibreham Pasl.a as seen from the Te litth flowers so pale ;
lines* foreitler oft!ifose pla Passenger W a'ted. compiled. The enterprise of republish- expense will seem comparatively li oi Hairy Palate One re k mers voice
11nesfd.welse"'c of thse a Passen11 .. ,, ivergeNile'ileroiluLIs ; Haiau tateo oreIthink my mother's voice
bound for Hartford w arrive there early. ling the work in this country deserves,and, Wemay addthat the Lordon criticsspeak t he Coius; Papouses; Betel Nut Tree; Comes sighing on the gale
Sontmo rnin rto Apprentices to the Boat Building bust- we- are sure, will meet with success.- of the work, as published in' that country, The C sewring, as seen rom the suth- And then the s a wild sweet joy
e OR NEW -f'AV F~, n~ess. Boys from 14 to 16 years old, April 2. 1836. in the strousest'termnofr jraPis.-April 16 ; Kilarh ock, as seen froi the That thrillse is a wild sweet oy--
A .Stae will leave the steam boaat hotel well recommended will meet with good en- From the N. Y. Corn. Advertiser. 1836. WM. JACKSON, 3 Cedar st h-east ; Trevethy Stone, Hoope ; Aln Flinging its radiance through my heart
N. London, every Monday, Wednesday, conragement. U. N. GORDON. A New Dictionary, in quarto, which, in June 1 86 wck Castle, Northumberland ; View of Like sunset's golden beams,
and F'ridv, at halfpast 2 o'clock P. M. May 25 tlhb our opinion, is to supersede Johnson, Walk Ancient Birmingham ; Modern View of
'For seats in N. London, apply at the er, Sheridan, and all others, as the stand- India Ri.Ier Ap ron. Birmingham ; Staffordshire Colhers.
Steom.Boat Hotel, Bank street; at Lynme W anted I mediate y. ard in he English language. The Die- LADIES' and Misses' sizes l sale by In order that the volumes might contain Yor o HsoN IN Oxo.-Mr. John Plat,
to tei hscriber BOY from 14 to 16 years of age, as antonary of Mr Richardson is, in fact, a KIRTLAND & GARRIT'. the numbers of an entire year, the first of Marietta, Ohio, advertises in a paper of
to MATTHEW BACON, Proprietor.. A apprentice to the Tin, Sheet Iron Cop.lhistory of the language ; and this charac- April 30 volume closed with the Supplement, Dec. that place that he has succeeded in culti-
May24 85 'per, Brass, Iron foundry and plumming ter it receives still more largely Ion, thec.. 31,183, and is published with a Title and vatg the genuine Tea Plant of China. le
business. A Boy coming well recomipious quotations, exhibiting each word inr G.llttllell l' Iine 0ootS. Index, bound either in cloth or half bind- has, le says, raised the plant for ten years
STEAMBOAT NOTICE. mended as to correct morals and characters its origin and progress ; care being taken, THIFE i su,,i:..b, lit.wr. just received 100 in-; price,$1 63. The Second,Thirid aifd past at Marietta, andafter a series of expen-
W-- will be received, to whom good and suffi-Ito place the quotations alayrs in their I.rue pali Fine C.l 1. ..., 200) do Horse skin Fourth Volumes may hbe had in bindings sive experiments has been fully successful in
cient encouragement will be offered, order of' time, as regards thle cra of' lie do, 130uJo.--. S1 d... .10 to match the first; price $2 each. The discovering the art of drying and inanufac.
., One from the country would be prefer- writers from whom they are taken. N. S. LESTER & CO. lour volumes are cmbellishecd with nearly turning the leaves into tea of a quality quite
red, none other need apply. The plan, as we have sa .1, is ;trew-ly May II ___ 83 1000 cravings. equal to imported Young Hyson. He offers
to n, JONATHAN SIZER, Agent. that Iproposed by Dr.'Johnson: but eith. LOOIIS The office ofthe Penny Magazine and gratuitously to furnish fresh seed of last
.N. __ t B. The Coa pass business tiom disinclination to devote the time, and dem"" er ,1 M Penny Cyclopedia is at 53 Cedar street, years growth to ay gentlemen desirous of
S- inued usuaundergo theimmense laborof rese-nrehth h t-, H where booksellers and dealers may be sup. rsuing the cultivation.-Cour. and Eng.
,-. "-- g'-- continued usual.o would ." n:c,..' str, or more probably be- 0 e sH .t plied with all he parts which have been ---- ----
".Bt-..n d o... .....a. the imen e 'plyla r, wai, i i .: ..- -....' '. published. Any part ofeither work may In Alison's History of Europe, now pub-
-Fror ,l aller th.' I'i l i. inh1lanrt, "I ti -, ti. elent/y, B1'v 1 u nit o il*, be haud s e frtse. '-- -- .lishiig .-n.ng-lanmd,.the folowpge.Iselsene..
thle- Steamboat GENERAL JACKSON W al ted its possibii,: the i,temiioin vas nnt lulillcd. No. 2 State street, where may be found a ** The publisher does not employ or occurs: "It is the hlghest glory of England
will leave'New Lonrdon, for New York, at r Richardson has undertaken it, and, so good assortment at wholesale or retail. authorize any persons to solicit payment in to have given birth, even amidst transatlantic
So 'clock Pr.M. erery Monday and T hiurs- Imediately two journeymen sailors far as we can judge from the specimen April27 81 advance for any work published by him, wilds, to such a man as WASHINGTON,"
da May S-84 that are good workmen. number, with great diligence, ability, and Wm. JACKSON, 53 Cdarst.
.... .J. ."HAMILTON, success. We have.no doubt his dictionary a NECK STOCKS l June 8 8 7 EARLY PSING.-Nearly every man who
STIA.IlBOAT NOTICE. april 19 tT80 vill take the lead of all otiers.-April 21. A large assortment of the alive article, has distinguished himself in science, litera-
TiE STEA.MBOAT -* rm th e N. Y American. of every variety, constantly n ihaind. NEW GOODS. AIAY 11, 1836. ture, or the arts, has been an early riser.
.'IaAe dWAN IED It is for us only -to add that the typo- A BELDEN. Thie subscribers liave just received, and Buffon, the Naturalist, paid his servant a
Oa S Y One or two first rate Bootmakers. Good graphical execution of this number is beau 4May 18 8 are now opening the largest assortment crown a day for making, him get out of bed
wages & constant employ ifu, aned the whole will be completed in f Goods in their line ever offered in this before 6 o'clock every morning. Sir Tho-
n t CHARLES BUTLER. thirt bemo nthlnumome i FOR SALE, market:.among their Dry Goods may lhe a s More rose every morning at 4 o'clock;
May 4 C 82H1 nthltuhrl, at t I 00 Q uintals Codfish, 1000 lbs. dried found the following; Broad Cloths, of al- and in his imaginary commonwealth, he
FOR NEWH V Et 8 NOTIC8. 2 n dd t hs e ne-w .m or 2, tras n. apples, 12 Boxes Mould CNandles, 30 bbls. most every shade, quality and price. represents the inhabitants as attending lec-
FOR NEW-HAVEN. NOTICE. r the New York Transcript. Whale Oil, suitable hbr retailing. Cassimners, do. Sattinets, do.; a very ex- tures before sunrise. It is said that Lord
'On and after Monday, May the 9th, the THE subscriber intending to engage in The first number of one of the most clab- e EAVER, ROGERS & CO. tensive assortment of summer goods, fr Broughamn sleeps but four hours. The d-
Steayibboat Maria, Capt. Elliot, will leave other business than what he is at present, orate and magnificent wolkson the English May 32 2 Gentlemens'and Boys' wear. A large as- ference between rising at 5 and 7is for one
orwi fr N. Haven, on Mondays, Wed offers at cost his stock of Goods ; and like-language has just been issued rom the sortent of Fench printed Jaconet Cam- y 730 hours saved or lost-30 das and
nesdays, and Fridays, at 7, and New Lon-,wise to rent the Store he now occupies. He press ofMr Wim. Jackson, of 53 Cedar street. OilU Clke. bricks & Muslins. 200 pieces Calicoes from ho
don, at halfpast8 A. M. Returningleave would also request all persons indebted to It is a new Dictionary by Mr Charles Nathan Comstock has for sale cotton and 10 ets. to 58 cts. 30 pieceLs Linen for Shirt
New-Haven on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and him either by book or note, to make pay- Richardson, one of the most distinguished flaxseed oil cake at the mill in Montville, ing. 4 do. Linen Shleeting. Linen Cam- O
Saturday, at 8 o'clock, A.M. tq ng at ment as soon as the winter's panic (without of the literati of England. It will be com formerly owned by Giles Turner, Esq. bi Hids. Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons. A THn CLOSE OF LIFE.- f all the periods
Saybrook;andSache d, inGuil- distress shall have subsided. pleated in thirty parts,, each part being a Apil 30 82 assortment French ored capes ad and events of life, the cooling scene is
fard, eachway. Fare -London, WM. H. STARK. handsome quarto of from eighty to one Collars, from $1, to n$14, fano sh ls otne of the deepest interest to himself, and
to New-Haven, one doll fiftycents; North Lyme, March 1. 75 hundred pages, at the astonishing low price BRICKS. and handkerchiels,great variety; IndiaRub tosuviving spectators. various are the
from New-London/ to rook, seventy of fifty cents per part. Simultaneously THE subscriber willconitract for the de- her aprons and Table cloths, Silks ofevery ways in which it comes, and various the as-
five cents. with the pub ication here t is published in h very of' Bricks in any quantity, during description. A large assortment of Ging- pect it presents, but in al it is solemn.-
May 4 82 I0 ilJCe. London, by Mr Pickering of* Chancery the season at fair prices, called tbr soon. hatus, together with cvcry other article \Wrhat can be more so than the approach of
SF B CKWI Brick store ew Goods! Lane. Tie British Magazines and Re-l JOS.LAWRENCE. generally I ept in the Dry Goods line, all of thatoent, ih to tie dying etan is
F: C. -. BE1KW 1 1 S1, !,e .. views are, without exception, en;husi:stic An8 which wgll besold al tei usual ow iices the- boundary between time and eternity!
MERCHANT TAILOR, HE mnlabmtants of Lyme and its c in praise of the work, and pronounce it, as Apl.l CADY & DBENJMIN. which concludes the one and commences
would inform iis friends and the public in t3', are informed tllat the subscribers have we do, to be one of the most important and the other ; which terminates all his interest
General that he hai moved from NewYork, om received their spring assortment valuable that has ever been published.- tle ens ewed ro in this world, and fixes his condition for
and hts taken a stbre, No.4, State street merchandise, a well selected stock, which April 5. 1836. Boots. indo 1 0W f S0 a never ending existence in the world un-
'where he intends carrying on the above bui they offer orsale at satisfactory prices. Our readers will recollect that the origin THE Subscribers have just received vd fo ale ort known ?-What can be more so than those
sinesscn all its various branches, and he will T hey solicit a share of public patronage,al prospectus fixed the price of each part cases Gentlemens' Sewed Morocco Boats, a JUSn Rnoei for s i n asst moments of silent and mrescribable anxiety,
keep constantly on hand a general assort- f .g oo g ar rcs, at 7. cents, but so unexpectedly great, we if food article for ummerweart od g ds at iras n y wen the last sands of the numbered hours
a g at-71 cents,hut so unexpectedly great, we good article for summer wear.of the best quality
iwmll ensure the same.TthM POwiR aren=uruemm8,;ofuehthebea of he ear
nment of cloths, Cassimers,Vestings and sum l ensure te same, they will en cavor are glad tolearn has been the patronage ex N.S. LESTER, & CO. 6 y POTTER are running ; when the beat of the heart
S'mer goods of .the latest patterns which he to it tended to the publication, that it is now af- May18 81 has become too languid to be felt at the ex-
wi'll male up to order-in the most fashion- NOYES & CONKLING. forded, at the extraordinary low charge ol ay 2 8. tremities of the frame; when the hand re-
" h.able style. Persons furnishing tbcioItwni Lyme, April 25 82 filly cents Under such circumstances, it NAILS, FOR sale at the Iookstore in Main street, tulns not the gentle pressure; when the
"cilo, shall have their garments dut -andu TAKE NOTICE. cannot fail to be eminently successful.- 1 FI KEGS Cut Nails, assorted sizes, a Sermon preached in St. James' Church limbs lie still and motionless ; when the
'in-made with neatness and despatch, and warFANCY MILLINERY & DRESS MAK- April 29, 1836. .ll. just received, and for sale by in this city, on the occasion of the re-open- eye is fixed, when the eer turns no more to-
rtnted to fit. V ING. From the Journal of Commerce. OSBORN STA RR ing of said Church, alier extensive altera-, wiard the voice of consoling kindness;
Prices for making and trimming garments. MRS. Beckwith,would inform her friends The meaning of every word is illustrated May 18 $4 tions and improvements,Feb. 28, 1836. wvnen the breath, before oppressive and labo-
Making and trimming hiock & dress Coats and the public in general, that she Ihas ta- by examples Irom standard authors.-Apl. May 25 85 ious, becomes feebler and feebler, till it dies
from 6.to $9; without trimmings from 5 to kena store No 4 1-2 State street,whereshe 9, 1836. "PNDIN G, slowly away, and to the listening ear, there
$7 ;-for making & trimming over Coats, 8 intends carrying on the above business in From the N. Y. Herald. P ALM LEAF HATS, is no sound amidst the breathless silence
to $10; making & trimming Pantaloons, $1 all its various branches, and hIas just recei- Richardson's Dictionary, a new.work, is THE subs.cribers will mend shoes with 60 doz Palm Leaf Hts, or sale by nor to the arrested eye that watches wit
o0 to $175; without trimming 1 to $1 50; vedfromrn N. York, a general assortment of one of the best everpublished. April 6,1836. neatness and despatch. 60 N BELDEN. the unmoving look of thrilhng solicitude,
making Vests, and trimming, from 1 50 to fine oriental and lace Tiscans,fine straw,& One of the greatest and most valuable IN. S. LESTER & Co. N4 for the last symptom of remaining lice, is
$-, without;trnimining, 1 to l 0. 0. Chip hats, &c. Also a great variety of literary enterprises of the present day is apl 19 80 May 1 for thion lastonger percsy ptomible; wh r en surroun-i
:N. B. A general assortment of ready Silks for hats, of the latest patterns, which the publication of a new Dictionary of the CARPsEt'I -- U .S CIDER ding friends continue to speak in whispers,
made Clothing suitable for this Market, she will make up to order, in the most lash Enish language, compiled by Charles. A lareassortmentIhis a c d & CD R d and to step thro'the chat ber on the tiptoe
wichhhe will sell at the lowest New York ionable gtle Also a Aeneral assortment Richardson, which for research, accuracy, rorle SMITHi BBLS Superior Cider for sale by of cautiousness, as if still tearful of distur-
Sprices. -All orders thankfully received and of ribbons French Flowers, fall descrip- great labor, and completenress of execution, Ma'y.r LO O I T. FITCH, 21. bing him whcm the noise of a thousand
punctually attended to. tions and French Needlework Capes and surpasses any similar work of the kind in May 2e 85 thunders could not now startle ;-who has
N. London, May 10 83 Collars, of the richestpatterns,and general any language extant.-May 8, 1836. 21 Bls. Western Flour, 15 Boxes Win- iv G OD log, fallen into tha t last eleep, from which noth-
assortment of fancy Dry Goods, tho numer- From the Pennsylvanian. chester No 1 Soap. For sale by G OD is l r em but t oe h
... ""ous to mention, which she will sell at the A work deservedly celebrated, and high F. CHAPPELL & CO. SMITH & LOOMIS. archangel and the trump of God -Ward-
lowest prices. All orders thankfully recei- ly commended by the most profound phi- May 11 83 Are this day opening a new assortment law.
ved and punctually attended to with neat- lologist of the day.-April 12, 1836. of fashionable Dry Goods. -
ness and despatch. Received the second number of Richard- Just Received. June I 86 BOTANIC DoeCrcs.--The Supreme Court
E. V. Ntoddard. May 10 83 son's Dictionary of the English Language .30 BIls. Ellsworth's & Gowdy's Gin, of New-York hias recently made an impor-
A V o d andi M a work of which we some time since spoke 20 bls. Hartford refined Cider, and for MILLINERY. tant decision i relation to practitioners of
AS now on hand, and will keep con- BOAT NAILS. in terms of merited praise. To the student sale by SMITH & BECKWITH. MISS Belden offers to the public a fash- medicine. ThIe President of the Albany
stantly for sale TIMBER & Clinch Nails for sale at and to the man of letters, it is invaluable, May 18. 84 ionable assortment of Millinery, in Main County Medical Society, had brought an
A D GENUINE ASSORTMENT OR Ioanulaoturcrs' priecs, by and the Lmdor Quarterly Review terms it St. nearly opposite the Episcopal Church, action against John Thompson, a botanic
D.R U GS & MEDICs aINEyS. F. CHAPPTELL & CO with truth, a dictionary "such as, perhaps f one door below her former store. physician, for practicing medicine contrary
Of the very best Duality. May 1 83 noit other language could ever boast. "- WAns et R Ta ST June 15 4w88 to the laws of that State. 'The defendant
-ALSO- at May 2, 1836. Wants no College, no Institut ion, no -on his :rial-p.oduced a patent from the
SY Aret O LIVE GEESE FEATHERS June 1 86 .MJonopoly, no Charter, he being quite CROCKERY CHINA & GLASS WARE United States to his father, for the right
...... Fog .L.. G.... E ....TH .. satisfied to rest on the patronage of the A Large assortment, just received, &, and use of certain botanic medicines, and it

P N & Y S FN. Live Ge coers THE subscriber has just received in Public Jor the success of hIs Grand-Jfor sale low by was under tius putint ti aeu
PiEery article in the Druggist line just received, and for sale by addition to his stock a few cases of fine calf father's SMITH & LOOMIS. right to practice. The court below deci-
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..... ,- -- e--h- e tle _ae effect as usual upon the lungs of some John Hay, commanding the British squad-, bring from those brave fellows, deser-
f /A J' / c u/ I t t OEc*LeisglaturetH. who gav'-E-PSTED J" the members. Mr. Rockwell pronounc- rononthisstation. 11His lordship cameinto ted by our commanders-in-chiefin the
i / / ,. these seats` t rcived a THE ed -some short remarks, lnanilesting the thle bay at daybreak, anti a few moments very heart of the enemy's country, are
/. j- From the New Haven Herald. the present sI'so rfG D betwef by finest feelings, and a desire to save the con- alter tile action commenced, having wvi th calculated to a..rrouse (he feelings
'/y \ ^ *~ fFriday, June 3. legislation. M1 G .as rather evicted criminal. him the steamer flrigate Phonix, the Sala- to arouse le eens
., Pae b MRIG, ividiou towardU business ill as a rich Resolution commuting his punishment mander, andl Comet, and bringing two re- of every patriot. It seems they were
9 aments or f te ei o, Ctll 4th11d 8th ordered to this Block H~ouse on the 5th
S Prayer by the Rev. MrCleaveland. man, and personally .d d against the passed. giments of the Leion, te 4th and 8h, ordered to this block House on the 5th
i... ~i_ ,, 1fill Committee on geological and minineralo- bifl. En I Bill repealing a section of an act passed under Lieut. Col. Godfrey and Major Har'- April, and the chivalric Scott disbanded
.., ._ t-tnIdo of gical survey of thile State reported the ne- Mr. Beardsley state>,-.e views of the 'last session, relating to turnpike roads, [de- ley which immediately afterwards render- nis forces without giving them a thought
the' C witb historical paintings,and cessity of a further appropriation of a2000 committee. Isigned to repeal what was not a law,] laid cd valuable services. The British ships --and they have subsisted ever since
The bill for the relief of certain offi- or tihe purpose of completing the survey Mr. Burrall made furtlter statements of, on the table. opened a most effective cannonade against m Ies upon corn and water The In-
exastne arie oi drinvtehw yarRes "o apont, erlysgupohnveyteapr~rs
r l ofWar Cadmus begn and carried on during the Ist year the opinions of the committee. Iewishedi Resolution appointing Joseph Eaton, al- the enroemy's last cutrenchments, and the I s ; r,
cers of the U. S. bloop hird by D;-. J. G. Percival and Professor Shep- that,asthenumeroro-propositionsforamcnd-'luded to above, reuar ed, NOT RECEIVED BY BY exactnesswilth which thclile shl; wcrothrown .l n KIV< tielVery litl ICsmte ; press
was ordered to be engrossed for a third.a T e report was very full and clear, nient showed die very grent difficulties of THr SENATE Erom the Phsenix at 1500 yards was quite Ing "Pon !hem in vast numbers. On
reading. 'and calculated to excite in every rational the subject, thd whole miglit, as the con- Report of Committee upon Common extraordinary. Some of these struck thile one occasion they were attacked on all
Several private bills, from the House minid a deep pacrest in this subject. The micltee recommended, be referred to com-- Sclhojl., recommending that soine meas- enemy's works, anda made a breach through sides by not less than one thousand In -
of Representatives, were read by their resolution appropriating $,'2000 was read ni!.sioners, to report to the next Legisla- ures be laken to excite a deeper interest on them, which our troops entered !. iThe cue- dians ;-Capt. Holloman's men return-
titles a third time and passed; three times and p'rssed, after some remarks tore. !tihe suLject of common education and to my defended themselves with more than ed their fire, with tremendous effect ;
Tie bill to extend the charters of the from Messrs.. Palhner, Andrews, Welch, Mr. Cleaveland again spoke, warmly improve the economy of school districts, usunl obstinacy, hut were eve,tualy, an they pressed upon the Block House in
Baks in the District of Columbia Cornm and Clark, all in its favor. urging immediate action on the subject. read, together with two bills for acts. One all file points of their line, put completely such dense masses,that every shot of the
Baks the istit o Columba co Bill authorizing town clerks to lake ac-' After some desultory debate anmo; g vari- of them provides fir imposing a tax to pay to the rout."
ing up, for its final passage, was laid a- ;(nowledgmoits of deeds-read twice and otis members, Mr. Rockwell replied ton Mr. a teacher, as well as to build school hlouse.- brave defenders took effect. After this
side, informally. indefinitely postponed. : Cleaveland. He expressed hIis surprise thliat Report and bill continued. Office of thile Norfolk Beacon, contest which terminated so fatally to
:. motion of Mr. G-rundy. Execu- Bill bor an act to allow banks in this State in consequence of any remarks made by Resolution nppointingr a Commission to Jne 5lth, 136. the Indians, they failed to show them-
tive business was taken up, in secret to receive small bills of other Statesa lr the him, tile Speaker should have thought it make improvements in the State House at LA TE FROM THE SOUTH selves for several days.- It was during
session, until the Senate adjourned, sake of transmitting them back. Read a necessary to leave the chair, for the first Hartford, came from Senate, lost. this respite, that CIpt. Hollo n under-
third time, andI after some remarks in its time during the session, and refer to him Petition of Giles Freeman, a convict in By the arrival this morning of the .. udr
Wednesday, Juno 8: tvor by Mr. Beardsev, and againstit byl upon the fluor. As far as those remarks State Prison fb liberation, granted. Steam Packet South Carolin, Capt. oko srenet his defence, etwen
lavortateMr.BeardsleySnti aoraI on, l Sttlteam lPackret Sot~ltu Carolina, C.apt. ,r,'" :" "
INCENDIaRY PUBLICATIONS. Messrs. Sterling, Marlin and Smith, it was applied to him,(Mr. R.) he had too much Potition of sundry citizens, for repeal of Rollins, in 4S hours from Charleston, hemlockk Hou" se and the River. But
SOn motion of Mr. Calhoun, the Sen- indefinitely postponed. self respect to reply to them.! As to argu license laws, rejected we received from the editors of the CoUwhil engaged in this duty. he was shot
ate proceeded to Consider the bill to pro- Bill allowing towns to authorize the con- ments addressed merely to the pockets of Bill for an act to abolish imprisonment Merc their ers to down by the Indians ; the balance of
hibit deputy postmasters from receiving struction of railroads, read third time and members, he could make no reply to them. for debt, came hmorn the Senate, passed. Friday last, to.her with a variety of the partly secured their retreat to the
nr mittin rin rejected. This bill appeared to be a sort of hobby, Hoause adhered. hu to The act showed the besied
H o ussa d h r e d e j. .."" h o u s e ,' T h e l ae t s h o w e d t il e b e s i e g e d ,
end thransminint certain p wipers oceyc Bill respecting talking of depositions by upon which thle moment it appeared, gen- Report upon the resolution to inquire in-l N. Orleans, Mobile, Augusta, Savan- tht thouh h Indians had learned ,
ed therein, in the States in wc ey justices, reported amended by thle Judiciary tlemen were to mount and ride into some to the expediency of adopting a Safety nah and other Southern papers. I o e ,
are, or may be, prohibited by law. Committee, and rejected, office. [Generaltitillationamong themem- Fund, and bill predicated thereon, laid on IMPORTANT-ARRIVAL or GEN. Hious- through their defenavouesying tto shoo themon
The question being on the passage of Bill regulating returns of banks-read bers.] He had risen before merely to do the table. I T through their deTencestyet that they cn
the bill, third time and rejected. lhis duty as a representative of the people, Bill for an act respecting meetings of N A RLEAs tinued to be strictly observed. After
A discussion took place, in"which Mr. Bill providing that civil actions shall not and to express, his opinions onil proposed religious societies, read third time and con-1 We extract the following interesting the death of Cant. Hollomnan, the corn-
Webster, Mr. Buchanan, Mr. Davis, abate by deatl of parties-passed, amendments. 'He was very sorry that he tinted. I I intelligence from the New Orleans Bee mand of thle company devolved upon
Mr. Grundy, Mr. Clay, Mr. Calhouun, Mr. "Wihman rose and said-" Mr. had made thoseremarks,since it had given Petition of Thomas Robinson, for rail- of the 23d ult. There can be no longer Lieutenant-- who is determined, at
.r. aler, r. Cuthb, I ,B Morris, Speaker, I rise, Sir,. for the purpose of cal- occasion for any person to come out ad road hom Norwich to New Haven, grant-y .....Ol.. ,... .. .r victo ry o.;l.aad, to.,,position*
.Mr. Walker, Mr. Cuthbert, Mr. Morris, ing on "ri RP RTr OOr THE D.IL HE- make a flourish, (or the sake of geil enginon ed, and bill in ICm lor d passed, it" .n eo n, he s"ein v y al hazards, to maintain his position till
and Mr. Ewing, of Ohio, engged. RBALD to correct certain passages in his yes- the papers, that it might be known how Bill for an act making Brig. Generals e exians, nd th sccessul estab- reeves.
The question was then taken by yeas terday's, report of '!Y remarks upon the much they loved the people and hard work- eligible by the Legislature, came from the lishment of their independence. It was to relieve these brave fellows,
and nays on the passage oWite bill, and rcolut.ion lbr the removal of Judge Waite. in.g poor-how much they desired the relief,Senate negatived. House concurred. TEXAS-In the schooner Flora, arrived that the late call for men from this coun
decided as follows : lI wIl r sir, rom" fhat paper the report of poor widows," *' with a small patch Several unsuccessfulattempts were made at N. Orleans on Sunday, 22d ilt, cane ty was made by til Executive of the
Yeas-Messrs. Black, Brown, Bu- theregiven of what I said on that su'.jeft." of ground and a cow," &c. &c. Bill pass- at adjournmint. passenger General Samuel Houston, Territory. Col. Wood received orders
chanan, Calhoun, Cuthb.ert, Grundy, cMr. i 11 nathe read from the first ed as Ilamended.ppointing Charles H. Pond in lcol respecting oa twof committee men commander in chief of the Texan Army to hasten his company forward with all
(_iimyiui,^mni. ru~,column of' the second pa,-ec of' yesterday's Bil passed appointing Charles H. Pond in school districts, read twice and induflinite- 1fr., the p rpoeo otini, medical ad depac. Bu o hisnria hee and
King, of Ala. King cf Geo. Mangum, Herald, thie tenth paragraph, where he is and Calvin Dayauditorsof public accounts. ly postponed. for the purpose ofobtaining medical ad despatch. But on hsarrival here, and
Moore, Nicholas, Porter, Preston, reported. I-He was there reported as having Bill to prohibit ',he circulation of small 11 1-2o'clock.-Motion to TAK. A R.ECES vice, being adly wounded- By him we learning the unpleasant intelligence by
Rives, Robinson, Tallmadge, Walker, been called to order. He appealed to thile bills. A long debate ensued, in which Mr. until 8 o'clock to-mnorrow morning, sustain- have the official confirmation of the bat- the different points on the river above,
White, Wright-19. Chair and to thle House whether he had Clark was called to order, for telling the ed. Adjourned. tie of the 21st ult, and the capture of we understand he has concluded to post
Nays-Messrs. Benton, Clay, Crit- been called to order. Mr. W. then skipped members that he and t hey were party men, ,..-- Santa Ana. Former accounts are sub pone his departure, till a despatch can
tenden, Davis, Ewing, of Illinois, Ew- over the words which immediately follow &c. And Mr. Andrews brought on another F(OIt[{ E1(N. stantially correct, be forwarded to the Governor, inform-
ii the report, representing him as obj.;cting violent general paroxysm ol coughing a- oSanta Ara as at Velasco under a ing him o, our exposed situation here,&
ins, G Oi, odsh gh, HncLdrick-s, to Judge ae~, te on tie ground of his being mong the members, with spasmodic move- From {the Boson A3las of June 6. stnnt ad A Th a w as let under i i eof e en to fht
Htubbard, Kenrt, Knight, Leigh, Mc- ,a man of only nodarate talents," anld ments of the lower'extremities. Bill inde- ..... s g, w l u e p o c -, e t fg,
Kean, Morris, Naudain, Niles, Prentiss, passed on to the fifteenth paragraph, where finitely postponed. Adjourned. LATE FROM CADIZ AND IBRALTAR. the command of Rush, Secratary o Wa r when their presence is absolutely rCquir
" Ruggles, Shepley, Southard, Swift, Tip- Mr. W. is farther reported, and read re- ArrERN3ON. The ship Henry arrived at Boston on who had bee" yte armyBrig- ed to guard '- own homes. It is x
ton, Tomlinson, Wall, Webster--25. peated that his vote would be given on po- Committee on Incorporations reported on Saturdy from Cadiz whence she sailed adier General. The Te.xian force had pected that the orders to detail men
So the bill was rejected, ltical grounds." Mr. WV. now called on thatpart of the Governor's message whicl'on the 11h of Mayd She brings Gib 'accumulated since the battle to 1800 ]SO from this Rqg.tlent, to serve on the ex
The Chair laid before the Senate a t re corrctthat statement. He elates to jointstock corporations, their opin- ..ta pers of the5lh. A fourth cam had advanced to and were crossing the peditlion above referred to, will be count
(Mr. W,.) (lid not wish it to gro abroad to i. ... ......................OF "he 5t A furhcm. ,a... -
o' t atsu hco po a~u s are benieficial, bot I B raezos, flushed with victory. ternianded .
report from the Secretary of the Treas- the people of this State that r had d- retu n -all a I pett os fin- paign woul shortly be opened in the Brzos, flushed with victory. termanded.
ury, eon the Stibject of domestic ex- clarcd limself ready to vote for thle remo- corporation, remaining o their hands and north of Spai. The insurrection has he exican army under Sesma & .TALI..HASE, ay .
changes. val of any man on account of his political asi to be discharged from te f rather now extended to the fourth year, and atOthers, hadall concentrated andamoun fence of t Frontlie.- under-
Tho Senate proceeded to the consid- opinions merely. He said that he had consi'deration of them. Discharged the commenement of each new cam- ted to 2,500 men, the renant of 7,000 trtat t o ecutive has divided te .
eration of executive business ; and at- state four reasons for his vote: 1. TIe Report o Connectict Misionary So-pain the contest becomes more anima wh entered Texas. They were cross ,it i -nf oe n districts;l each o
ter some time the doors were re-opened, lct that the majority ol t fl atole cicty rece ived andcceptd ted. One of the papers give the follo Colrado by rafts and swimming; .onl. w l auoriy toal out, in case
m n e hi c ro a 2 T e tc th t let d O n of t e p p r gia[ = ve t e fll o wU n,1o a ,Cwi[ t hn ,. na tlllnority to call o tn, n ease
And(lie Senate adjourned. Cade elected for o.tica reon t CunmmltteeonBanksrelportedonpetton ing account of the affairs: and were in the utmost confusion. Those of actual invasion, anm number of men
h a d b e e n e le c te d fo r p o :,iti ;a l re aiso n s. 3 o r l ra P e k a n d ot he r ,,.a s k in o, th e S ta te to ", .. ..0.'"w\ h o h a d e s ca pe d t e b... r9t e 2 1 t ..... ...e 2.ur d 'LO re el t e n e y
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Trhe et that Judge aite was not a ua distribute 400ares o stock Co cti- It is true that the insurrection has p he ba.le of the 21st which may be required to repel the enemy.
-i. te 4 0 s, ., .I o-e(, tu tp ep o r thI a t it ha ud e nfoe u aiO nt nb y ,0 0 0 I a dit o n to thils, seo u tln g p a rties are e:i-
Wednesday, June 8. of such high talents as would constitute a cut Bank at Bridgeport (which has been not extended beyond the Ebro, spread p orted thtthad bee 5000 In adt t ths scomg parties ar e-
-~REzVENUE SERVICE. clait-nto the ofc-ad.Teietlt .. .,,. ,i 'exians. Col. Burles on was close to r,;red a]!ngrtiewhle )iteceOffr'ontier, %with
REVEN SERVICE Claimto the ofice-and 4. The fact that lately subscribed in confomitywith a pro- to the Castiles, or proceeded on the Ti s Col.Burlesonwas close to "d eootr
there ought to be ati proporwtihn of' titth" rdsthe,, orers toIreeonoitreuthe country inadvance
On motion of Mr. Southerland, the there ought to be a proprtion of Ju.lges of vision of the charter, which grrives power to route to Madrid. It has however area the eey with 200 "cavalry, and they of s ecni in c an
bill to regulate the compensation of cer.both parties. Mr. W. made no motion increase the capital stock,) and a resolution dy wenied six or eight generals of the were retreating before him, 250 Mexi avoids.r ri e in ia rasto
bilto'euaeth opnato whatever, and the a!bsurd and disorderly a'pointing comm.s.i"ner.'po distrtiutennaeta-rts.
tain officers of the Revenue service, co'i ocen ee aPP commissioners to distribute the highest reputation, cost Spain some cans surrendered after burying a piece It is also in contemplation. as soon as a
wastaken up kable, that cr. otereingeled him to es to. d the beill millions, and cruelly decimated her best of cannon, to 2 officers and 50 Texian sufficient force an be assembled, to estab-
was taken up. marlkable, that Mr. Sterling called hitn to 'aEr, Willams moved to amend uhe obil.l-t-ie- 1soldiers. AllI as a n ic and c nf sonls" ".. ... -e "laooh caiiifr m
The question being on its passage, order for speaking without-intro lucinrsomc by repealin that section of the original troops. It has been already necessary soldrs. All was panic and confusion lish posts on the Ouuhlacnochee, and from
The main question was taken, and motion or resolution, but the Chair decided catr whih to recruit the Queen's army twice d uring the Mexican armynv. thence to theSt.Johns. The country north
chr erwlln grants the right to increase t liuttl .~leaSany twinering, ,, Sna n ad o edan .ris.c or tisl~ino r d~fr t e for^." om' r ..__ _) is"
decided in the affirmative-yeas 146, that the gentleman was entitled to the pri- the capital to 403,000. the above period. Whilst Catalonia is Sant a Ana had ofered armistice ot tc eo ednc i
nays 52. So tho bill was passed, lege of ting to the House that he had Amendment nly two.voting ifor it. invested by numerous and undaunted whh had be' refued "ad m eoue oo s n- effectually"
lOHIo BOUNDARY. beTen a..rite, M.teoardan r te BillrejectedabeWr bands,closlypursued- but- never brought ftirther ofFers to acknowledge. the inde- Alachua.--T.',; ill c.6utintyhasb"en
~ ~ ~ ~rThe House took up for. consideration hereport tha bohofte hao Resolution whiclpassed this Houe ap- into contact, and the'same taking place p ... .i o' Texs m te o finally abandoned by the white inhabitants,
the bill to establish theook up forth. consideratin boun-he reorter, that both ofed the reporters hadt pointing Davu Boarduan e J e in the Lower Arra-gon, the north of Val rande the boundar-y line, and remain- as we learn by an xpre which arrived o
dary of Ohio. part of his speech, and that it was so be- returned f1rom theSenate amended byera3' encia, La Mance, parts of old Castile, ing a hostage ,unil the government of T thursday. At 1. .-1 thousand perso's
The question being on ordering it to lievcd by both of them. Mr. W. replied in his name and inserting thatof William Galicia, and shortly of the Austurias- tho U. Stats should consent to guarran have been driven from their homes, who
be engrossed for a third'reading, that it was a mistake. The Chair also did M Burrall. A warm debate ensued be- whilst these various bands spread over tee the treaty ; and it should be appro- were mosy in prosperous circumstances,
'yr. Thomas moved that the bill be no remember having called Mr. W. to teen Messrs. Lemmon and Sterlin, a vast extent of the country, require a ved bv the Mexican Senate. Texas at te 0olmencement of the war.
laid on the table. M t against the amendment, and Mr. Smith, constant but fruitless pursuit in which was considered safe and the war ended; THE CREEK INDIANS.
Thl qesiod on akn therele Mr. Burrall then roseP, at thie request of' of' New Milfoit, for it. Passe(] as amiend- nearly half'of the Spanish forces are en- and the Mexican army wou!d probably
T e ing take therep- the report, and stated thtt it would doubt- d. iiam 1. Burrall, appointed Chief ga ,eot nsucacsan en t otalyde t oed. to Office of the Augsta Constitutionalist,
peared, yeas 103, nays 103-a t~ie.--- less be remembered by the Chair, by the Judge; Morris Woodruff; tst Associate, ggd h nurcionli Navarre pre- at totallyTuesdron. GvneraE Housto
The Chair voted in the affirmative. So House, and by the gentleman fromn Middle- Benjamin Welch, 2d do. sets an acCumulated mass of 36,000 had a cane presented hin by Santa Ana A letter from Colhmbus, dated 29th
,.^ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o that^?!.""",- yeseray Mr* W., in iS S i~ S thea -;^^h" *^ rd -e -3 sdl. I Ir. 11alletlo N York
the bill was laid on the table. town also, that yesterday, Mr. W., in the Resolution which passed this House ap- men, a real army regularly organized and also his sadde. inst. states that "Mr Hallettof N York
MICHIGAN AND iRKANSAS. course of' his remarks, did speak of the pointing justices of the peace for Litchfiekl and formed into divisions and brigades, LATEST FROM TEXAs.-The New Or- who was reported to have been killed
The bill to establish the northern federalpare y, in a loud voice, with a pecu- county, came from the Senate, amended, carrying on operations in a warlike man loans Bulletin of May 27th, contains the by the Creek Indians, between Mont-
liar emphasis. List at that moment, it by striking offseveral names and inserting hetyn vr fotadaotn:bwn iprati'bmto-
boundary of Ohio, and to provide for would be remembered, the Speaker starp- ose ofe r ner t ry effort, and adopting following important oration m a Combused
the adissionof Micigan ito theUe"eand menlnumbus, 1)sa.aiedtwat-
the admission of Michigan into the U- ed with his foot on the floor, and called out Measrs Stel le a emmon nt only the reorganized principles of ^rie ashis life, and had arrived at Tuskhgees,
union on certain conditions, was next "order," in a loud voice. The reporters ejected, but Mr h declared it to be military tactics, but also the bold system Josel e, formerly dito o te after having wandered about the nation
taken up.. had supposed this to apply to Mr. W., and, t le voice of the p ple, that the amend- of the Guerrillos,invincible "n their own Telegraph, printed at San' Felipe, having for four or five days.
The House went into Committee of had so reored it. Th e Speaker thean as- ineits should be nm e; and so the bill was localities, always ready to start une.- been sent, after the battl e of San Jacinto "GbYGlay.t Iontgomery very ill,
Sthe whole on the state of the Union, on hete to Mr. Br all's sttcment. Mr- amended. pected expeditions which spread terror to the Mexican army, left the division un- confinedtt opom *200 men u der
the bills to establish the northern boun- e e0 e r o Resoltion which passed thisHouse ap- and confusion throughout the country ; der the command of Felasola, at the Colo- tho comm Gen. Patterson, .were
dary ofOhio, and to admit Micigan in- ul b tle thuos baffling for the last six months t he raio, o 8toh M. B t t ens Aantmery
Wouldhbe Unionf onryert(iuatcoedretorer's Widham Corts iosa bodyttlfftroopslefl.he1ineFulas,)Iaobserved to Mr. Baker, that as on lie eve 67.4aving Montgomery for,
to the Union on certain conditions, and request, stated to Mr. W. that tile reporter Senate amended, isname and" eorts of body ortroops of the line, (.Sata n n w pisoer e d the Nation. 'Alabama will have in the
the bill to admit Arkansas as a State in- still believed his statement to be correct, iinserting that of EdwardClark. After 60,000 strong, backed by four principal acknowledge iAn as nerl the forces field about 300 men, in the course of
to the Union. its account of Mr. W.'s reasons. Mr. W. some strong opposition from Mr. Johnson, fortresses, and by a dozen minor forti- then in the field, but would recognize hima this week. Colonel J.aB. Hogan is
These bills occupied the House with- said, It is not so." Mr. Andrews then or Plainfield, and i'emarks in its flavor by fled places, and also protected by the as President of the Mexican nation, and as with the Alabama troops, and will be at
out being decided on, for the remainder Sen t field ont str tot kig he re Messrs.Williamsaf Woodstock,and Clark, barrier of a large river. Don Carlos such he would obey his orders to withdraw Fort Mitchell in a few days. Troops
of the day. stopped by the sometn, but wa oLebanonthe House now concurred with continues uninterruptedly to hold his .he troops, and would execute it as soon as are coming in rapidly, and this evening
Saturday, June 11. Bill respecting agents of foreign insur- House rescinded the vote to print the court in the little town of Ornate, thile poile-d he ha, no doubt but C Maj. Gen. M'Dougald will take his for-
1 Hose r"cin ed-t e voe toprinthelie cSadl i e nan no (,OUt but D C.tongress
The proceedings this day were of little ance companies-read third time, and aflier mineralogical report of Professor Shepard, seat ofthe administration and ministeri, woI acknow th e iund le ne ces across the river, and encamp on the
importance. The House went through some remarks in its favor by Mr. Hunger- because the printing cannot be completed "al departments and depot of the grand Texa r i was a coun t io M e.c. Alabama side.
umor and ahunde billsgranti ford dand against it ly Mr. Burrall-re- hefre adjournment. This report will be paik ofthe artillery, Whilst he re- eopl dhd not want; and al g tasCo. s, Ga. May 30.
revolutionary and invalidpenions. j ,Bill published, with that of Dr. Percival, when mains perfectly tranquil in this capital Ibeen explored and known to ihem fbr one Since I wrote you yesterday, nothing of
F-s"HET.-Bthe Soth ap sill providin against lie election ofany their surveys are father advanced, of insurrection, the Carlists ai-e continue hundred and fifty years, and though a good importance has occurred. The Indiahs,
The r a reso the 4th as ers thhe i eoskrect h "ativel enate. ousoncred tionl o n the pt, d ,adapted to the habits of the Mexican peo on tle orgia s de of the river about 15
one N tohrops, bridgee n e. dNo mari stfrom Mr. Hungerford, o f the comr itteehoe la tot enn-o f bridge0 st ally in sule ri o ot p ne1thercgriculturibot 7nt one ho v ,l 1i t y m r in ho e

the 31st, for three days; occasioned, it oa gses, onth bil to repeal the act for district, before th regular proportion had to the quarters of the Carlhsts. The n'aiou in Texas1lad terminated to thegr eat of Ne-ha Miho, and those witll hinm, wish-
was spepos edb ite sa bte of in spre tl o tadi ta e isrbde. B l eetd l ifrn e eas the riversuh ptans the time of takiuo thatout adutniasiatrda- beencdstriutedr:'dll rjeeed. y,' "n.. er'e -o
e--Jour. of Com. the Sona-eoted the reason whe ich Biduejed nAdjourned thII past seven in tb eve- an oe fatc hv l aldu r '- C. .. ...iiin a nus ilngt oe n hyacsil eej
Twhi Ch,,_ aor..e stndr e rcuroy.i i o fsb the rssthem s ty e a Senabythe Houpaste bl. Bilr etd ni to the present day. titable, aud would "meet with he just in- stp h bee. .. .e o" deiso "ae

S-Ruinously .immoderate rains have pre- coBill relating to taxation, with report of The resolution p ing Edward Clark F..m the N. Y. American, June 10. of ul oannincis dio a wfa T h to com tine Herald says-" We
failed throughout the interior of the 4 th msy intteb thereon, recommending the ap- was adhered to by the Senate, and wao.. lost. .LATER F.OM EUROPE.-The park.t shin .Inepojeceb learn that every buildig between B'k
and south wyst, and a great portion of the pinetmten of a board of commissioners to Resolution alppointing Joseph Eaton Orpheus, Bursley, master, from Liverpootl, t.ion ofSaa Ann tat ha. Y not nbeen" Creek and Newmansville has been destroy-
cotton region has been deluged. The in- er"vestomate the subject during the year.-, Chief Judge of. te County Court for the brings us papers tothe 16th ult. or this Texas wo1ul ,v e bee" admitted ed by the Indians. The posts oFort Kin,
jury has been more partially felt mn Suth A r some remarks frome Messrs. Burrall, county of Windham, advocated by Mr. The only item of interest, is the success-. ast ."eof t 1e-Mexican ....... t the ",me Fort Drane and the settlements of Micano-
Carolina, than ,n the interior states, al- ndbews, bernethy Williamsand dark, John.on,0pposedbyMr. WilliamsofWood fillsorie mnade by the Briti Auxiary she made the arliuxliyon ,h,,ro gho .... pyand vewm.ansvillewillhaveobeabarn-
though immense loss will accrue fi'om theb' was read and amended by sections, stock, (who alluded to the POLITICS of Mr. Legion from St. Sebastians. en. Gen. S. F. .83 ",ti 1 "3 and dn:ed, because it will bo impossibleto main-
the rise m the Congaree, and other of our .oas to tax all personal estate,,all banks, Eaton, and w as interrupted by the Chair,) T HE n ATTLE o F ST. SEBA .STIAN.- C opy -h:s t .. ul.....e Ih. d. local crn tain them ."
streams. -This with the war in Texas, and ral road and navigation stock, &c.-money and passed by a Vote oi 92 to 60. of a letter from G-n. Evans, giving some ment suited to he, want MILLEDGEVIL.E, Ga. Mty 31.--Major
Indian difficulties interrupting the planaion,- at interest,. at s/x per cent. Mr, Rock- Petition of John Sharp, confined in New account of the operations of t,-e British He was well awre, he siidt th.t the General Winfield Scott, charged, as .ve
business at a critical perid, will grealy di- Iveopposed t.e general policy of tie bill. Haven county geol for murder, to obtain Lcgion on the 5th of May, dated Heights m To. ... e .h t"i understand, witl the command anid direc-
min.sh the co'tun crop o. 183G. The ef- M,.Clark ". epled. he SPEAKER left the commution of punishment, returned by the of St. Sebastian, May 5, l18iB: zens el tile Ui i Se te an 1tha th, tion of the campaign a,.ainst the Creek
fact is already feltin our market where large nalr, nonunatmnt Gen. Woodruff to fi!l committee without recommending the grant I have only time to refer to the impor- ,ad th, h.. s of tat "'na'.n Indians, arrived in thiU place on Saturda
orders have been received during the last ls pace. Mr. Cleaveland (having avail- of the prayer of petition, but repong a tant success gained by her majesty's forces ymp evening, an left on Sunday mor o
ten days. re hmsen of a rule of the House which billion form. The'committee were diviTed this day. The whole of the enemy's works, ,, Columbus. Brigadier General Jesu and
A letter from Vicksburg, Miss saays :- allows him to do so,) then warmly advo- in sentiment. Mr. Beardsley was strongly which they had been for four months inees- LATIE FROM FLORIDA, Major Kirby, of te U. S. Army, ner
The whole country is inundated with water; cated the principle 9t taxation proposed in opposed to granting this petition ; and he santly construction, have been carried alter CAPTAIN t[OLL-.O.N'" DEATII.- with hism.
-several ofthe plantations above this place "the bill. He expressed his regret that a sub- stated that there was a belief in the town a short struggle, by assault. They are The following infomIation con ained in Letters from Montgomeiry state that an
have already been abandoned by the owners *.ect so important should have been brought where this deed had been committed, leta now in our possession, with the artillery hy a slip from lhe office of tho Ap .lachico_ express calm into that place confirming.
and muc damage would bo done to tle brward at so late a period of th, t ......... a .two which they were defended, and we shall in laGa zte, de the q it con the mourn-l inllligence .hat the e
crop, an eavy losses sustained by them hoped that gentlemen would not al- acts of the samelind, previous to this case. the course of a few days have levelled or .te e 1. ..n- gcrs who [elt Montgomery an bunday
on the Missisippi river. Many men that low their anxiety to return to their homes [Thegentleman was called to order.] Some destroyed them. I lament to say this vie- ta.s t atest information relative to "ere all murdered, and that the brire ct
have heretofore hlad tbo reputation of being and1 families to induce them to Ibrget their other gentlemen remarked on the subject story has not been gained without consider- the exposed situation of the brave fellows Columbus was burnt down We thinlTtih
wealthy, will be bankrupts by it. .ut to their constituents. Mr. Cleaveland In the course oflhe discussion it was stated able loss. It lIas been as yet impossible to under Capt, Hoiloman at the Block account may be relied uOn. Rn oh .t.

...i....i t nwarm and animated speech that the evidence upon which he was con- collect the list ofecasualties, but I am afraid House at the Wilthilachoochee, and the citizens will see '.that the scene of war is
From the Niagara Gleaner, of May 28. an st Mir. Rockwell's argument. He evicted, was entirely circumstantial. Some it cannot be less in killed and wounded than) death of that ill-fated officer. not so low down as'was at first in...
During th ast seven days it has mined copained or the Oppression of the poorer inquiry was made whether the judges were 60 or 70 officers, and 600 or 700 men. The Col. Wood arrived on Wednesday Two thousand volunteers, with fivei ep6nd-
every day, and we believe, every hour dur- the rich," n eagulturaommuntybysatisfiedwith a verdict of the jury? But Spanish and .British troops rivalled each Tallahassee. lern ro red friendly Indians,'are now in the Na-
ing that eriod; t e fik'e asoneverueen 7t' 11antitIillast frtW e learcfrhund-
ing that period; the hke has never been rn, i especially bythe money lend- no statement was made as to this point, other in their persevering gallantry, and e e tion.
known in this.i place; it has been mostly mo 1r He knew, from personal knowledge, Mr. Bassett detAiled the evidence in the the difficulties of the operation required it. himi, that before he left Tallahassee, CAMDEN, May -1 -The river is hir
debate and not stormy. The .water in the there a no point on which tile peo- case, with which this community are gen- It is impossible for me to describe thIe gal- three individuals had arrived there from that the mails cannot get across. E
derate and not stormy. The water in the P o C swt hc i o m nt r e -wisc n o c cos vr
river'is uncommonly high. i e othe ,tate called so loudly for reform orallyacquainted. Mr.Andrews pronounc- plant and opportune co-operation her majes-, Capt. Holloman's connland, on the .thing on the river i= s one The freshet
astme u onil tihe subject of taxation.- ed another short discourse, which had the ty's troops received from Commodore Lord WVithlachoochee. The accounts they is as high as it ever has been."

We understand Prom a passenger arrive -" From the N. Y. Advertiser, June 8. NOTIC .
last evening by the railroad, that a depu- T'HE GAZSa-''iE. ACQUITTAL OF ROBINSON, Notice is hereby given to the Stockhold-
tation of eighteen reeks ihad eached Co- Judge Edwards charged the Jury at great Ors of Mystic Bank,that their Annual Meet
lanmbus, last Monday evening from Nam NEW LONO l thecptuatin t etetitony,inst rut- in for the choice of Directors, will he iol- his
choo, the head of the tribe, supposed to be WEDNESDAY, U 1, t the Jry uponpoits of law, an the den at said Bank, on monday, the 4th day ha
th thmessngerofeace Jaynupondpoinatshoehlaw,danthe... xa ,,.A
the messengers o peace, and that tey --ineroces to be made from the various of July next, at 2 o' clck, P. M. Is
Gen. Scott and Col. Jeup, bute arrival At the annual City F.,1, i,., held d O bacit and circumstances which were devel- G. W. NOYES, 2d1. C1, 'r. Nou
Gben. Seott aunedt tol. Jesui, ut as ou Monday, the fllowingIou rctot\Ve titled ,ped in the course of the trial. v MysticB ank, Conn. June 13 2w88 ofr
formant left Tuesday morning ear ne d eto offi..ce fr e ore ooulti te t in an
not kqow the result ol" the conferencee t.lie charged them particularly in refer- -ant
AUoUSrA, Ga. Jeulien3-The Creeks are Aldermean.-Aon ,,':,uith. alb Al ence to testimony of the dissolute females, LE"RM 9- ex(
AUGUrA.. e A wo J olhn a 11 A Ii who lhad given evidence in the case ; direc- 1 Case Leghorn Hats; also 6 doz. patent tion
beginning a to "smol a rat. be ong Council-.d.. -y- h ,.i.... Owiil, Win, ting them that whenever the testimony t sewing silk Stock5, a very nice article. bor
ested about other all eco id he lad Tate, jr. John I1. Whele, I 1 Bulk- Mrs. Townsend, Emma French and Eliza- Ju-t received by
S m micc la already ent a Ifey, C. \\,, .I Chs ; 'I"1"'"," both Salters, came in collision with that of CADY & BENJAMIN. J
.o.. .an-s. ..hsal radi y .t.a. Champlin Gardinierv L i\\ il \ reputable witnesses, the former should be June 15 88
whlte man andaseveral Inidians to sy t h, tnlatre ,-,o,.t't""'l" t A"lat1h, s0t aside and disregarded.
a% 'is party ih ",pyed to he considered 88
friendly We have nothing mo.'o of roteo- A, A he At half past 12 o'clock, the jury NE W t fstl
resta.o m t hat square r-tie
rest rom that quarter. court with a verdict of NOT GUILTY. W. M. SISTARE. A.
ro-m the Pensacola Gazette. In addition to the List of l'Acts passed at The annunciation of the verdict was JUNE 15. 88 for
'ri om U. T u ter Washinton, (now ae ct- the ltast sessio of the Le-'lsiuaare, which followed by a simultaneous burst of cheers hor
ing T e.att rivedatn nacol we publihe t w' ek, taken eony trle from thle spectators. PENNY CYCLOPEDIA.
on Wednesday I.. u't. bringing despatch- gR rog the iera'ld has furnislid the From the moment of the arrest of the ^- S. GREEN has lor sale the num- lat
es tfr Com. DaIlas. The Washiungton left !llwung: prisoner, up to the awful moment when the bers of that valuable publication, which wl
Tanmpi B iv on the 13th ult. Capt. Jones An act vacanting *lotai ld [ilhe Register jury were to pronounce upon his life or have come out. June 15 m
informs us that all the American cit&.zns used the word politicut] coinni issn oni death, he never betrayed the slightest emo-
at Chariotte harbor and its vicinity had fled tlhi 200h 1l June, A. D). ltb3 ; anid limiting tion. When hejury returned to the court FOR SALE
to Passage Island, at the entrance of Tam future appointments to four years. with their verdict, th prisoner was directed FUR, Silk and Palmleaf Hats, at whole-
pa Bav,.and had associated thnisolves with Acts incorporating the norh part of to stand up and look upon the jurors. Hlie did sale or retail. Alsoa splendid assortment
Sthe people ii the employment of Capt. Gooton into the town of Ledyard; bcttirig so with i an undaunted front ; but no sooner of Umbrellas, StooelsCollars.cap fronts &c.
'Willit Bun ce. making an agrrete nuni- .it to the 7th Seinatorial Distict-to the were the words not guilty," pronounced C. J. ALLEN. N.
er, oncl ding womn ad 'hidre, of bout Sto gii Probate Di.trict ';and ti vin by the flremnan, than he sank, overpowered June 15 88 in
20ber, souls udmgt ten jwome arymen. wome a by his feelings, upon tile neck of his vener- ba
The U S. ship Concord, Capt. Mx, was Acts seating the town of Chester to the able father, and wept like a child. EW GOODS. A,
in the Bay and had a arg boat expedition 19h Senatorial District-to. the aybrok The Court then directed that the prison- A very expensive assortment, just recei-
out in ur t of the i Seminoles in Pbate District ; and giving it five jurors or be discharged ; proclamation of which ved by CADY BENJAMIN. lat
the viitv of Saraos'a Ant act making Hartland a Probate Dis- being umnediately made, Richard P Robin- June 15. i 88 pe
'.t wa- reported atainpa that the body trict; also one making Meriden do.; and son was set at liberty, and in company Spe
of -the late Dr. Crews inspector at Char. Harnpton do. ith his fther and Mr. Hoxie, left th REAL FRENCH SLIPPERS &
lotte harbor, had been found near Sonabel An act incorporating' the Willmantictl. IES.
river, that his bodv was dreadfully uv mila- School Society in ti town o Winda. ----- --- The subscribers have just received a
ted, and his boat's crew were also found An ,act allowing counts in trespass to be The Washington Globe contains a letter new supply of'realF,enchl Kid & Morocco,
n-ar the boat scalped. joined with counts in case in one action-' from Capt. Duncan, at Fort Leavenworth, Slipper, & Ties, the most beautiful article N
The Schr Leven J-'nes, arrived at Fort such counts being for the same cause of dated on the 10th May, which states that war they have ever offered. te
Brooke on the 12th, loaded with provisions action, has already broken out on the southwestern t. S.LESTeR, & Co. ti
for the troops, taken from the Steamboat An act providing for making electors on frontier, and that one of eight persons who June 5 88 o
Shark,. Captain.Thomas, bound from New the morning of the Preidential election and had started from the trading establishment
Orleans to For: Brooke, but got on shore at the Thursday preceding. of Messrs. Bent & St. Vrain, had arrived la
oriear 'Airlachicola. An act authorizing tie use of written or at Fort Leavenworth, who stated that 2 la
Thie Washington left Pensacola on priced ballots in the choice of Presidential days previous, the party to which he be- MR. I. CARTER wishes to inform the s
Friday the 20th, obr Tampa Bay with de- electors, lunged were attacked near the Santa Yee Ladies &Gentlemen of N. London and its bi
spatcles. An act authorizing the selectmen and trace on the Arkansas river, about 50 miles vicinity, that he-has located himself with'
town clerk to designate a moderator for town below Cheautos Glade, by a war party of Mr. R. Bowser, in Tilley st. and has now
From the St. Louis Republican. meetings. Indians, who killed three of their number. ready for sale a good and valuable collect-
MAIoN CITY, Tuesday, May 2-tth. Acts submitting the constitutional amend- HIe thinks the Indians were of the Kio- ion of Plants, which he will be happy to C
"We had not been in-town half an hour ments to the people, and to carry the same way tribe. He also states tnat a war par- offer on reasonable terms to those who may
- until a report reached us, that Dr. Bosley had into effect. ty of Chians and Arrapahoes combined, had honor him with a call. Flower Pots, at
been murdered ait church, about 7 miles in Al act allowing a Judge of Probate in arrived at Fort William with 22 scalps whole.-sale or retail. o
the country, by Wm. Multirow. The facts an adjoining district to art in certain cases which they had taken from the Arrickares, June 15 P R
of the tcase are these,as nearly as lean learn, of vacancy, disability, &c. near the south fork of the river Platte. The
A young uan,-whom Miuldiow brought out An act requiring monies and debts at in- letter further states that information was OJARS, It
from the-East ewith tim, to officiate in the terest-all monies invested in stocks issued received from the Rev. Mr. Berry, that a 1530 Feet best Bangor Oars, 15 to 22
capacity, of Secretary, ihas been expression or ce'eated by any city, town, or other comn- war dance lhad taken place at the Upper feet, suitable for Whalemen, for sale by A
himsfls publicly ti flavor of Abod:tion aimd ,iunity-also all stocks in any railroad, tickapoo Village, about five miles from A. BASSETT. a
hA lsobeenactively engaged canalor bridge, except exempted in the l'ort Leaveinworth', a: which there wasgreat June 1i 4w8S ti
The consequence was, that a mob of from charter, to be set in the list at 6 per cent., rejoicing at tile success of the Semnolhs in
90 to 100 men took the voung man, with the allowing assessors to add to the list of per- Flori 'a, and that the Chiefs and Braves had O CKS. i
intention ofmputting a coat of tar over him ; sns for money at interest, with other pro- boldly declared that the time was near at 10 Cases Clocks on hand, & for rale at i
but 'after consultation, concluded in couse- visis. hand oibitin bnkwhen the whites wold be entirely manufacturer's prices by the case or single
quence of his youth to let him escape. Al act piohibiting banks from issuing subdued, and the red men again restored to r
The mob, or company, however, went to notes unless payable at the bank where is- their country. "neCDY BENJAMIN
the College,-and, after a little scaitch, found a sued. June CA Y BENJAM2N.
box containing a variety of Abolition publi- An act making a Recorder of the city About thirty yards ofhe Potomac Bridge, June 15
ci-tions, brought them to town and burned of Hartlord, to be Chief Judge of the City on the Virginia side, was carried away n PENNY MAGAZINE.
Oa Sunday, Dr. Nelson preached at a place Acts incorporating the city of Bride- Thursay by th freset-the river ng Subscribers to the Penny Magazine ho
called the Camp Ground, seven miles front port; the borough of Humphreysville; and n i Tne are defibtent in their numbers, will he sup- o
Palmyra. Immediately after the close of the he borough of Nrwalk.iche corner stone as the other plied on application to S GEEN.
sermon, Muldrow rose with a paper in one Passed 11 reslves; of which, eighteen day laid wit mu.:h pomp by the President June plica. ti to S. GREEN.
hand, and a knife (open) in the other. Hie d eso or eyg ,te was totally submuerged.Jue 13.
commenced reading the paper, (containing a listriet in thvorc e l with a spy of 60 mcleanseasoned Merchantable Botirdn
request that all persons 'in favor of the Abe- school district in the State with, a copy of'edi
equelitton of Slaery should su rie such a- the new ditio of the Sttues, that er- F AT NEW ORLEAs.-A fire broke 20 m do do do do
lition of Slavery should subcproper, for the a tain parts thereof may be rad i schools out at New Orleans, on the afternoon of 60 mi 1 1- Lath. .
mount asthy thought proper a for c inrts the Senators. &c. roo ti the 18th ult. in the forge belongyng to Mr. ..60 m. Shi.ce joist & Timber, 20 m.
,npl.hn c oi.,... nd) e Conres to vote o Miller's nills in the lower part ot that city, Refuc'yeT3Iar'20 Shingles, ,200 Floor
hen a Dr. Bosley rose and said that no one tion of I'exian independence'; one express- and in los than halfan hour destroyed about Plank, 500 clear Clapboards,12 feet, now
but a d- d scoundrel.would, at that time, ing the opinion of the Assembly of Connec- fifty of the adjoining wooden houses. Many landing, and for sale by
act as he was doing. Muldrow answered ticut that the subject of domestic slavery amiinlies have been rendered miserable and aROBERT COITb .CO.
-that he.was not to be deterred, is exclusively within the control of the slave destitute ; and two children are reported to June 13 88
The Doctor then struck at him withhis States; and one appointing the Treasurer have perished in the flames.
cane-the sheath cameo off, and some one of the State, the Comptroller, and Commis- 10,000 Hemlock Boardst, 830 pine do.i
tool;, the sword out of his hand; he then sioner of the School Fund, a committee to THE WNLLAiND CANAL.-ft is reported 500 FloorPlank,25,000feetmerch. Boards,
Sdrew a pistol, and Muldrow plunged his knife visit and examine the condition of the banks that one of the locks oi the Wellahmnd canal :30 m. Shingles, just received from Alba-
into is side. Some say that M. stabrued in this State. has given way and a schooner has sunk in ny,and for sale by OSBORN & STARR
him before, e 'drew the pistol. It is true, the ruins. June 15 88
however, that hs did stab him, but there arc teeCONNECTICUT STATE Piso.-We r m 15
soe hopes entertained that liemay recover. CONECTIUT TAT.-40 Casks Providence Lime,just received,
v. mounted his horse anid rode home, and have received the Report of the Directors DIED, & for sale by
for some time all was confusion at theCamp of the Connecticut State Prison, made to the At WVat erford, on the 31st ult. Mrs Mary RoDe t Coxe, & Co.
ground--ladies fainting, children crying, &c. General Assembly, May 16, 1836. The Cavarly, wife of Mr Philip Cavarly, and June 14 88
&c. .. present number of convicts is 201-1I4 daughter of the late Win. Denison, Esq. of
It was soon reported that Muldrow had males and 17 females. Of these- 153 are Stonington, aged71 years. JUST RECEIVED & FOR SALE-
made his escape ; and persons were iminedi- whites, and 48 blacks. Sixty-nine were re. 7r T0 BBLS. Western Flour, good brands;
atelv sent to Hannibal, Quincy, and in every ceived into the prison last year;-this is 9 1 0,. BBARINE LIST. .e 10 do. Crackers ; 12 do. Pilot Br.ad, 2 Tier.
other direction, in q' him. The Slier- less than the year previous. The nett bal- PORT OF NEW LONDO. ces Rice, 1"-00 IL.'. dried Apples, 100 drums
iff, (with a posse c f sixty,) at 12 ance to the Prison is $318458-and the ac- Figs,10 casks Raisins,15 boxes do. 100 mats
o'clock that night, .y Dr. Clarke tual gain to the institution, over and above A r r e d Cassia, 1 box loaf Sugar, 6 boxes brown Ha-
that-M6ldri';v shouted up, provid- .all ordinary expenses, 6505 49. vanna do. 1 llhd. St. Croix do. 10. kegs Lard,
'E, p. dismissed hoIIltssl ed would guar- diary expenses, 505 49. June 9-Sloop Maria, Bushnell, N. York, 10 bbls. Mess Pork, 1000 lbs. Beef & Pork
intee his safety unttlhey' should confine him 11--Sloop New London, Latham, do. Hams, 1 cask superior Cheese, 20 boxes
in Palmyra. HARalSONg NoMli.NATIOmN-The New Energy, Parker ; Paragon, Park, from Key lemon Syrup, 15 boxes Soap,10 sacks Coffee,
He did so, and yesterday he was brought Jersey Whig. State Convention, which as- West. 2 do Pepper 1 do. Alspice, 5 do. Filberts, 15
there, accompanied by Dr. Ely, and a number seuaild last week at Princeton, N. J. nonil- 12-Schooner Jasper, Reed,' from N. Y. boxes Pipes, 5 do. Starch; 30 chests Hyson,
of his friends. I went to see him, but could naO general Harrison for President of the for Hallowell, Maine. Young Hyson, Hyson Skin, Pouchong &
only have a moment's conversation with him. UnTW States, and Francis Granger forVice 13--Dread, Welch, from K. W; Schr. Bobea, Teas, 20 boxes Oranges, 5 do. Lem-
To-day he will have his trial. He is a very President, by an'unanimous vote. Hudson, Cleft, N. Y. ons, 20 box, s and kegs Tobacco, 3 doz.
unpopular man in this country, and I would T CLEARED. Brooms,50 Quintals Codfish,8 bhhdsN. Rum,
not be at all astonished if he would have to The following is from Hudson's Corres- June II-Sloop N- London, Latham, for 15 bbls Gin, 3 hhds St. Croix Rum, 4 do. N.
undergo the process of Lynching. pondence, Washington : N. York ; Caspia, Pendleton, N. Y. Orleansdo. 2 -pipes HollandGin, 3 half pipes
This evening I expect to know the result. I am enabled to state, on undoubted autho- 13-Ship Meteor, Lester, S. A. 0O French Brandy, 10 bbls Spanish Brandy, 12
cape, bDr.Nelt was taken at Quinv ; amed hster- rity; that a plot is now on foot to deprive 14- Candace, Reed, do. bbls Cbrdial,15 casks Maderia, Sicily Made-
day one or two ofwas taken at Q ; andColee Houston of the command of the Army of ''' ria, Teneriffe, Canary, St. Lucas, Marsiles
sent a threat to Palmyra, that thy would ex- Texas, and place Gen. Jas. Hamilton, of AT the annual meeting of the Savings & alaga Wines. 50 bush. Corn ; 5 hhds.
.press their views on Ihic eula t of Abolition, S. Carolina, at its head. The proposition Bank, ofN. London, on the 7th inst., the Lorillard's, Mrs. Miller's and oxes Praylandes,
in defiance of them. [1n n itaisn a, compa. has been made to the Texan Commissioners folblowin persons were chosen to the offices Snuff,10 thousand Hav. Segars, 15 thousand
ny of Torty-two left for the.Coll.g,.. .n horse- and is now under consideration. If Ham- annexed to their respective names : 1-2 Spanish, 50 do. American Segars.
back. What the rciull will be I will not ilton can be placed at the bead of the affairs EBiENEZER LEARNED, President. A first rate assortment of thin Clothing, t
know until evening." -of Texas, it is said that $10,000,000 will be Robert Coil, ice Pres'ts as low prices aean be bonughit in this city,
pledged to the cause. It is alleged Housto Ezra Chappell, Vice Pres by THOMAS FITCH 2d.
A DEFAVLTR l .-Thel late collector of is not the man to carry the plans of Texas,. Archibald Mercer, } June 15. 88
customs at Louisville, Ky. was some time into effect, and a strong party in the south Wm. P. Cleaveland, Jr. Direct- '
since published as a delaulter to-a large a- is reaay to take hold of the struggle if Hanr- Chs. S. Stockmtan, ors. oal,
motint. The collections he made.of hospital ilton can be elected to the chief command. Edward Learned, J
money alone, it is computed, amounted to The Journal of Commerce says of the Thomas S. PerkinS, JUST received, and now landing 110
about ten thousand dollars, for not omne cent above paragraph, that the whole statement Joseph C. Sistare, Treasurer. Tons first quality Peach Orchard Coal in
of which he has accoSnted. For upwards of is unfounded and mischievous. Neither Joseph C. Sistare, Secretary. Lumps, & freaJrom. dust or dirt, which
20 quarters the fellow never made a return, the Government or people of Texas enter- June 15 88 will be deliveredatcost& expenses, if ta-
and the treasury officers still suffered him to tam a project for suspending the gallant .- hen while LANDING. A part. of this cargo
goon !--Where was the vigilance and and victorious Hpuston. NOTICE, is not yet sold, armd those who wish it can
promptness that burned with such energy The stockholdersin the Whaling Bank, have from this cr by a iugtE da
against the defaulter, Watkins ? Why tak- SENTENCE OF TiE TAILORS. On Satur The stherebynotified thatin their annWhalng Bank, e Js A Wlnt a.
og a comfortable nap I The Louisville day morning the Trades' Unio.a tailors, con- iau for the choice of Directors will be held June 5
man was "right side up !" It would be a evicted in New York, were sentenced by their Banking Housceon Monday the 4twh adih Kid liIpperS &
silly administration, indeed, that could not Judge Edwards. Some objection was rais- d fJ l, Textt 9 o'clock A M.
take care of its friends,and punish its ene. ed by their Counsel, but it was set aside, and ayo. C.TURNER, Cash'r. Mi. 200
mes "-Buffalo Journal the President of the Society wasfined $l50, June14 88 The subscribers have just received 200
lthe next active man $100, and all the rest pr. fine khtid Slippers, 200 do. do. Ties, a
On Saturday last the Massachusetts Min- $50 each. '] beautiful article. Aen lso a
ing Company, who for a few weeks past NOTICE. A general assortment of Misses and
have been excavating for Anthracite Coal, As the United States frigate United THE annual meeting of the Stockhold- Cildren'sBootees and Slippers.
on the Iardon Farm, near the Boston and States was dropping down New York Har- ers of the N. London Marine & Fire Insur- N. S. LESTER, & CO.
Providence Railroad, in Mansfield, struck a ber on Friday, the mizen-top-gallant-mast ance Company, for the choice of Directors, June 15 88
vein of Coal,-at the deph of about 20 feet. broke short off in the wake of the cap-three &c, will be hohlen at their office on Bank
SThe width of the vein exceeds three feet. men fell from aloft, two were killed instan- street, on Monday the twenty-seventh day COOK .tNG STOVESS.
Between three and four tons of the Coal taneously', one had both legs broken, and of this present month of June, 1836, at 10 STANLEY'S Rotary Stoves, surpassed
were got out on Saturday, and little doubt others were injured o'clock, A.M. by none for convenience and economy.
remas in the minds of those best acquaint- The schooner Three Sisters Cat RICHARD LAW, President. Premium Stoves, Saddle bag do., an as
ed with the subject, that an abundant supply Wells from Georgetown for Charlsaton June 14 2.w88 so

will nowbe speedily obtained.-Bost. Trans. was upset on the 30th ult. near Shllivan' NOTICE, ard tor OBERT COIT 4- CO.
Island, and thIe Capain's lady who was in the rE StocEkholdrs of t w T L n June 13CO 88
'The Detroit Daily Free Press of the 21st cabin was drowned. THE Stockholders of the New London June 1A
April, says that the tide of emigration flow- Mee- Bank are hereby notified that the Annual e a
i into and through. Mrchigan, is uprece- Meeti brthehoice of Directors GEill be a td mdN PEAS. Such is thella y.
ingentoad ther forh. re viouns suore ne y a on sN thAS auchesrt-e scarcity Of holden at their Bankinrg House, on tme first A Boy Fromn 15 to 17 years of age, as
rented. The arrivals for the previous six or money among u that a peck of this article, Tuesday of July iext, at 10 o'clock, A. M. an apprentice to the Silk Hat Manufactur
eight days were estimated at one thousand according to the Mercantile, brought yester- E. F. DUTTON, Cashier ing.ag C.J. ALLEN.
persons per day, .day but. $10 0 -Boston Advocate. New London Bank, June 15, 18. June 14. 88

L ASU Eeasoned.
MR. Spencer, would respectfully inibrm 10,000 feet clear Boards, 50,000 do Mer
Friends & the public in general, that hle chantable do. ;0,000 do. Refuse do. 10,00U
s removed from his old stand on Pine do Sheathing do. 60,000 Lath.
and to Ram Island, 3-4 of a mile froni Now landing from Schr George, and for
ank ; where ihe will accommodate Parties sale on reasonable tern's by
Pleasure, in the best stile. It is a pleas. OSBORN i.- STARR.
t situation for persons in bad health, and June 8 87
excellent fishing ground ; and a fine loca-
n for excursions from the city and neigh- -
ing towns. *a rcav
June 13 8w.8O 40 Dozen Thayer's Scythes, for sale by
THE court of probate for June 7 87'
edistrictofN. London, iathi appointed 'otice.
2d Monday, of July next, at 10 o'clock ALL persons indlebted to 0. P.ams7dell,
M. at the Probate office in N. London, or (. P. Rimnsdell & Co. are requested to
hearing the Administration account on call on the subscriber, (who is authorised to
estate of collect) at the store of N. S. Lester & Co.
EBENEZER HOLT, and settle.
e of N. London, deceased, when and A. N. Ramdell.
lere all persons interested in said estate June 8 87
ay appear and be heard thereon.
June 13 88 k. R. TURNER has just returned from
New York, with an extensive assortment of
THE court of probate for the district ofDry Goods, among which are BIk. Blue
London, hath appointed thle 2d Mohnday Brown, Claret, Invisible Green, & Dahlia,
July next, at 10 o'clock A.M. at the Pro- Broadcloth ; blk. blue, drab & rib'd. Cas-
te office in N. London, for hearing the simers of all descriptions ; corded Cantoons,
administration account on the estate of Crape Dills, Summer Cloth, Princelltee ;
LATHAM FORSYTH, iRowen Cassimere; Striped and plain Emin
e of Salem deceased, when and were all ets Beverteen and Bangup Cords, and a
rseons interested in said estate may ap- great variety of other goods too numerous
ar and lie thereon, to mention.
EDMITND FORSYTHi, E' Also, Brussels & Ingrain carpets, Vene-
LATHAAI FORSYTH. rs tian & TwiPld Stair do. 4 5 & 6-4 Straw
Salem June 13 *$8 Matting, Manilla Matts, Looking Glasses,
crockery & Glass ware, Brass Andirons,
THE court of probate for the district of Shovels & Tongs. &c. &c.'
. London, hath limited and appointed the June 7 87
rm of six months friom the first publica- '
in of notice for the creditors to the estate Just Received
A. And for sale at the lowest factory prices, for
M.authias Fortado Gonculoes, Cash, being cheaper than ever offered be-
te of New Londonin said District, deceas fore in this place, viz :
I, to exhibit their several claims against 12 Doz. box scat curl maple Chairs,
aid estate to the Adrministrator, or be de- 12 do. flush Seat do
barred a recovery thereof,accordingto law. 12 do Scroll Top do
MANUEL FORTADO, Adm'r. 12 do do Fancy do
N. London, June 13 88 12 do do Yellow do
12 do do Red do
ourt of Probate, District of N. London, 12 do do Windsor do
2nd Monday of June, A. D. 1836. 12 do do Fancy curl maple do
This Court limits and appoints the term 12 do Flush seat Mahogany do
f s:x months, from the first publication of Rocking Chairs of all kinds, by
otice, for the creditors to the estate of S. MINER.
Matthias Fortado Goncaloes, June 8 87

ate of N. London, deceased, to exhibit
edr several claims against said estate to 15 pieces 4-4 & 6-4 Straw Matting for
Mianuel Fortado Goncaloes, or be debarred sale by
recovery thereof according to law. No- SMITH LOOMIS,
tce hereof to le given by advertising in a June7 87
ewspapcr printed in N. London, and post-
g on the public sign post in said town of, Dissolution of Co-partner-
N. London, nearest to where said deceased sip._
ast dwelt. Certified from record. ship.
J. dwelt. Cert SHAM, Clerk. THE Co-partnership heretofore existing
June 15 88 under the name and firm of Williams &
Henfield, is this day by mutual consent dis
N T'I'C. solved.
THE Subscribers hbeirg appointed by the James T. Williams,
Hon. Court of Probate, for the District of GeorgeH. Henfield.
New London, commissioners on thie estate June 7 87
ate of the town of New London, in said THE connexion in business between the
district, deceased, and represented insolvent, subscribers' under the firm of N. Belden &
do hereby give notice that said Court hath Co. was dissolved on the 30th ult. by mutual
limited the term of ten months, from the first consent.
publication of this notice, for the creditors of N. BELDEN,
said Estate, to bring in their claims, and S. B. WILDMAN,
prove their debts before said Commissioners; E. S. HAMILTON,
and that they will meet at office of Jacob 1. May 8.
Gurley, in said town of New London, on the
first Mondays of December, February, and The business will be continued at the old
April next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, on stand by the subscriber.
each of said days, for the purpose of receiv- N. BELDEN.
ing, examining and adjusting, the claims of May 8 87
said creditors.
Dated at New London this fourteenth day
of June, A. D. 18306.
JAcon B. GURLETY, Commis- oil .
ALBERT G. DaRROW, 5 sioners. THE Copartnership heretofore existing
June 15. 88 between the subscribers under the firm of
At the annual meeting ofthe Stockiold Sistare & Stoddard, was dissolved on the
ers of Union Bank on the 2d inst. the follow J6th inst. by mutual consent.
ing persons were chosen Directors; E. V. STODDARD.
Jonathan Starr, Jr. Edward Hallam, May 31
Jonathan Starr, William Sterne,
Robert Coit, George R. Lewis. The business, will be continued at the
John O. Miner, Alfred White, old stand, by the subscriber.
W. P. Cleavelanud, jr. R. McCurdy, E. V. STODDARD.
Archd. Mercer, Cs. S. Stockman, May 31 86
Joseph Huntington.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors, Nolice.
Jonathan Starr, Jr. was chosen President,
and Joseph C. Sistare, was chosen Cash Taken up, and impounded in the Centre
ier, in the place of'Ebnr. Learned, Esq. re- District Pound,i Windham, on the 3dday
signed. 87 of June, 1836, three Yerlings, viz : one
Red line-back Steer, one black Heifer and
TURNPIKE NOTICE. one brindle Heifer, and will be sold at said
u pound at the end of 20 days, agreeable to
THE annual meeting of the New-Lon- law
don and Lyme, Turnpike Company, will be LUCIUSABBE, 2d. Howard.
held at Newcomb's Hotel in this City, otn Windham,June 6. 87
Wednesday, the 15th June next, at 2 o'clk.
LosT. Machine.
THE person who found a Silver Watch IS now in operation in this City, at the
on Saturday, the 4th inst. on Mr. R. Coit's store lately occupied by Albert Arnold as a
wharl will be suitably rewarded by return- grocery, in Methodist street, where new
inm it to the subscriber; maker's name Na- heathers are dried of their excessive mois-
than Hauuhurst, N. York-No 5669. ture, and cleansed from all impurities, of-
N. BELDEN. fensive odors, &c. Old beds that are heavy
May 8 87 matted and apparently dead, are cleansed
from the dirt, and all impurities which
NEBVW Go0D S. they have imbibed by long use, and made
THE subscriber would inform the pub- to possess (in every important particular)
lic that he has just returned from N. York theappearanceof new feathers. Beds that
with a general assortment of Spring and are infected with moths are cleansed from
Summer Goods, amoitg which are printed further depredation, without any waste of
Jaconets and French Prints, Checked & leathers, nothing being removed but damp
striped Ginghiams, and a great variety of ness, dirt, &c. Those who wish can have
light and dark Calicoes ofall prices, black, their beds dressed the same day they are
blue black, Pol de soie and Italian Silks, delivered, if engaged a short time previous)
colored Poi de soie and Gro de Naples, do. and sent home high, light ,d. elastic, as
Figd- blk & blue blk Co. a superior article, when they were new, although they-may
Moreno and Thibbet shawls, sewing and have been in use a great number of 'e..rs,
raw silkdo. Madam Celestre do. damask & These are facts which have been proveddii
diaper table cloths, Merseiles Quilts, Point other Cities and Villages. Beds that are
Blankets,Twiled & Plain red flannels,yellow diseased from any Sickness, such as the
and white do. French Capes and Cellars, Cholera, &c. cured completely, and render
Tan'boured do. Silk Velvet,Figured do. for ed more pleasant than new.
Vesting, Valentia and Merseiles do. and N. B. The public are respectfully invited
ev cry other article usually kept in the Dry to call and see that which is for their health
Goods line, all of which will be sold at very and interest.
low prices by JARED HURLBUT.
S. R. TURNER. June 1 3w*86
SJune 7 837 Notice.
U m brella. THE subscriber requests all those in-
U m rella* dehted to himi by Book or Note, to call and
LOST, last week, an Umhrella almost settle the sane immediately, as it is abso-
new, with the letters S. GREIEN, printed lately necessary his accounts should be
on the edge, which is stripedin large capital closed.' Those who do not attend to this
Letters. The person who has it will please cull will be called on in a different way, per
r- to return it to me.haps not so pleasant.
JuDe 1 86 June7 67

.'-.. .-. ,"LUMBER AND VINEGAR. DANIEL B. HEMPSTED NOTICE. Byspepsia alid Liver coni- cated by a wounded and dying Hlessian
Farnm forl'Sale. o 1OR sale at the lumber yard lately O HAS jut received a THE Copartnership heretofore existing piiis, officer, after the battle of Trenton, as ilihe
THE subscriberoffers for i improved by George Jones, and now newstupplyofGOODS between the subscribers under the firm of i onlyy remuneration hle could make, for tihe
saleifarmstuatedin pedby me, all kinds of lumber b TROTT kindness and care which had been shewn
Lyme, North Society, con- occupied by me, all kinds of lumber, iu- in his title of business, NiOHT21 & T' ., # 'k i drn i lnss h rsn r
-taining about one hmlred eluding Merchantable, Refuse and clear consisting Of gold and is this day dissolved by mutual consent.- i prcto froin many yeari s knowled Te of its
"*W^ and seventh five acres.-- boards, plank---clapboards, &c. which Lewachs,^ gis S.G.To,? n is a z c h extraordinary virtues, although confined to
Said alarm is one of the best will be sold low for cash. Levin do. Frentchd wess t LLIAM H NORTH a comparatively the IRoclcn, i ,
Sin town, and among other ALSO chains, seals and krys, Ear rings, breast- STANLEY G, TROTT. \ duty due as well to himself as to his suller-
advantages, has about seventy acres ofthril A large quantity of Vinegar on. the pins, andfine finger rings. April 26. 81 ing flow citizens, to bring it more gene-
ty woodland, lying near a ,ood market. premises lately improved by said George SILVER WARE. rallybefore the public.
GIDEO6N ROGE RS. peie aeyimrvdb1adGere1SLE AP .DGd' II is a most certain cure among others,
Lyme, Oct. 27, 56 Jones, and now in my possession, and I Table spoons, tea do.cream do. salt do. mus- D ry G o ds or th t11boi ue dmorgoe ere:
.....e t27. ... ... have constituted Capt.Nathan Beckwith lard do. tea tongs, ever pointed pencil ca- Fort les 9hi Swlins or scips,
FOR SALE. my agent to dispose of the same. ses, aSt]godsptac Silver andS gotan spectacles, Svr ad I ley G. Trott will contin- THE Patent Medicint Stomachice et llconrditioned Ulcers, BS as C
A new House well built,& well constructed C. BILLINGS. gold-th mbes, Butterkimves, penknives,scis. ue business at the Store recently occupied by :Hepatice, formed by chymical analysis and Varts,sore Nipples,Felos.B3roken Breasts,
for two Families situated on lienipsteu : dt'o sors, Wvaistnbuckles various patterns, py- 1 NORTH & TROTT. sn" "' "
.. .. Apri. 27. 1o ..T-t L. il' e "atronaaoe of the friends of theelate I'yri hemis of several. pruxirnai vegretable 'relaitesr, &t,,ng worms, Salt R heum, Clhit
Street w thia large Garden and a well fex Ap 27. 81 aes azors ands raps, sleei spectacles, ton of thefriendsof the late i ,e u ive rsa ll by os alt Rheumt Chl
collent water for ternmsenqu ire of PAINIUEL CRA- Sheflf o.s SBe Si ver cord and lace, steel "r'm pa t y,'andhthe public gave otalylyi ... .
.DAvIn COIT. : pens ef different kinds, cut andi coral beads. respectfuly asked.!..., ..... ..... hvetalyecipedh tin' e- heaov ivaualY edcie ,_myb
8 ,I -, M AS for sale the following GARDEN p PLATEDra WAREr rl e"3 April "27. 81 [ ,ery other remedy and superceded the ne- had of the following druggists; Pierson &
Mar. 28. SEEDS, which are warranted genune. PATE t i c21 ssi-ty of every other mode ofl treatment, Roland,Boston: 1. Wadsworth, Providence;
mviz. Castorsof variouspatterns, Table and tea CLOCKS c) TRUNKS, wherever the above diseases are found to Arthur P.G:lmlan, Norwich; HarveyScy
TO LET, White onion Red onion spoons, Soup a dleckream spoons, Sal^ do. JUST received and for sale at the manu existas well asin enlargement of theSpleen mour,Hartord; Win. T. Peteis,N. Haven;
HE Store on the corner of State, and Yellow onion Early blood turnip beet ea ongs, ajsc .of va"ous pat terns, fcturers' prices by and in Jaundice. Capt. Roger Loomis, Columbia ; & in al-
T1,EtChamberdo. snufaers and trays, Butter knives yAogte-ypom fDseaad
Green streets ; possession given on the first Early sugar do. Scarlet carrot eam .er o.snul .and trays, uttera Kves CADY & BENJAMIN. Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia and most every town in the United States. In
of April. N. SALTONSTALL. Early orange do. Orange do Peal salt spoons, lannia tea pots, coee a 16 84 Liver complaints, arc flutulency, sourness New London, they may be had of
March 8 74 .Long blood do. Blood d.o o.Pocketbooksbead purses, Peruvian caps, or burning in the stomach, mlanchol, E. V. STODDARD
Long Mangel wurtzel do.Early horn do. Bacon's patent lamps, tfor halls and stores, SO4 L F, I.ESATHEE. irriiability-disagrecable taste i ) the mout!', May 1l3 84
FOR SALjE. ,Long wh. scarcity do. Guernsey parsnip WVooden clocks of the first quality ; and 425 Sides of Sole Leather(different quali )reart irregularity ofappetite,which issome
THE new two story, dwelling house, in Early cluster cucumber Long white do. many other articles too numerous tomention, ties) just received, and for sale low hy times voracious, and at other times greatly ConSurnnl inn
Green Street, near Golden, possession given Extra long .o Sup. Watermen. n N. B. Watches of every description re- C. C. LOOV IS. deficient ; thirst, etid breath, nausea weak r. elf .s smatic Pills,
Lmonag tGy Aply to Loug Green do. Large.Saueln paired. Silver spectacles and Thimles May 11 83 ness o the stomach, acid eructation, palpihall p
imm edaeu l y A pytoI -p V ,fon hi eta dnay
.JOHN McDONALD. Early Frame do Fine nutmneg melon made to order and also repaired. tationsdrowsIesS, irreularitv ofthebo AVE e x dnary sc
A 20 80 .Early do Green Citrono do April 21. 28 CORDAGE. el, pressure on the stomach 'after m l g instant rlie, an in cur-
Ap.2 0 Duthsmmersqush mp. uploa
Dutch summer squash Imp. sugar loa WHALE Lines, tarred and Manilla cro-p. the hea d. ing Co'ds, Coughs, Asthinas, Diflluty of
""" am i til ilea, uzzin ss o .vBreathing-, V.... T ghtn. ss- of th
FORSALE. Bu sh Crook do do lettuce.h. head Mr. Frelderic roclier, dage of all sizes and best quality constantly i usionof mind, attended with o omn reatng Wheezing, Tihtness of the
THEsubseiber having made up his mind Grcokneck winter do lie or reenheahtd SURGEON DENTIST, for sale by ry, a gnawing in the stomach when empty Chest, Pain inhe Side, Spitng of Blood,
to leave this place, will sell his house, shop Cocoanut do. Magnum Bonum Coss do (Ppil of the celebrated Mr. Fox, of Wt. WILLIAMS & A. BARNs. chilliness, affection of sight and hearing, Chillness and Snlverngs, that precede
and barn with 3-4 of an acre of land situated Long wh. Naples radish, Cabbage head do Brzdge Street, Blackfrzars,London.) Feb. 22. 1y72 pain and weakne, s in t" e back, angorI, F evers and Lung complaints generally
and b rn wth 3sh, abba e ked do EGS l ave o inorm.heihabiantso. .pin.-aid ,neeo ineheebck, aoluItbec meosetoneo m staPpula emedcine
on the turnpike road at the south end of Scarlet short top do. Early York cab- M)EGS leave to mforn the inhabitants of, disturbed sleep, cold feet and hands. tre-1 beome .e oe arha n.. .t popular Medicines
New London. Possession given immediate Purple short top do. bage New London, and its vicinity that Ihe l, mor, uneasiness in the throat, cough, pain "now'n, and are sought autfer from every
ly," JARED.S. SMITH. Long Sanlmon do. Drum head do. has taken an office over thile store of Smith in the side or breast. part of the country, on account of the as-
S March,2 Scarlet or Cherry Turnip Flat Dutch do fine & Loomis, where he intends pursuing his The subscriber will deliver During the last year, thousands with tornii.ng success which has attended their
i "- r Green savory do. Red Dutch Cabbage, profession in all its various branches; trust- coal in any quantity through the coming joy wol'i testify to their great elicacy like I. dmi'nitttluoratolln i te above complaints ,
IHIollse 1Bin Federal Stieet Early cauliflower, Early Dutch or Spring ig that his modern method of treating all season at the pricesat the coal mines, by the following: requently curng the most obstinate cases
FOR SALE. Flat Turnip, White flatdo. Rutabaga do. cases relating to adding freihi and expenses, provided the Laurens County, Ga. Nov. 4th, 1833. and giving the most unexpected relie, al-
Long Hanover do. Sago DENTAL SURGERY, coalisasubdcribedfo exsoon, and re quani. To whoun it may concern.-The under- sos- ... ..'.. .he mselvsr paeir os u nc d e
T H EDw el l i n g H o u s eroc c u i e dd yah adelpp e r g r a s seI
,,., ~. THE Dwelling House occeeupied edargebel peppe, squash do. Cayenn edo. las well astth expeience heh aRcquired oal is subcied clbre..dn an th sun i. ~ "1o \v ytm cner.--dThe unDer 's ,1 g t "u ""e dit P
*ds welt as the experience lie has acquired ty and quality stated, either Peach Orchard signed was severely afflicted with a Dys- a C p
at. present by Doer 'L 'Thomas rle Cos o p tat various Ho sit England, will enti- Lehigh, Rainbow, Lackawane, or SchUyr- peoptsic and Liver affection for many years, e ,
I,. Coit, well built anu well arran rgetomato,sma .. V. getable oyster. eihyto s h onitdenhetheolaoetdule a ... .tne have been knod0wv to cure persons
....... ell toll ad llare bei, htestoeeery, sm me himsvo srye. ndence he respectfully kill, the same will be broke and screened d.ifnand followed the advice of Physicians con- Y .y p
White solidcelerytsumer savoro-1gewithout1spposed to Ile lar gone in COlaSUni lion,
ged in all respects. The lot is large, being Dwarf curled parsley, curled do, round do. solicits their patronage. desired ; of any size, and delivered at the sidered eminent in their profession, without s e to be r i consumption, &
80 feet front on oFederal sreet,and 150 white .mustard, brown do Asparagus Mr. C. would add, that he inserts the in- dwelling while landing from the vessels,. being benefitted. 1 finally tried Dr. Peters' en"dbiting all the appearance of approach-
feet deep, with an ample Garden, Stable sturtion, coruptible or Porcelain teeth, from one to JOS. hA WRENCE. ledicinteStomachice et Hepatice,and aft, ring dissolu.ton.
Wood House and a Wel of excellent a Lemon balm, Sweet basil, a complete set, on the latest improved style Apl, 11 80 making use of two parcels, found myself And such halve been the salutary effects
.... Saffron, Lemon am, Sweet basil, p Y Al l 80 making use of'txtwo parcels, found myself u...
water near the house ; rendering it alto- Early sugar eorn, Early Washington peas, of Dental Mechanism. ---restored to perfect health; my countenance of these Pills cven in hIopeless cases, as so
n OS J J r T#'t~' T ,- -,restored, to pcrfiect health; nlvy countenance,.. .. -
gether a very desirable residence. Pos- Early June peas, Early Bishop's prolific peas, Hour of attendance from 9 unti! 5. JOHN P. TROTT, instead ot beinc-pale and hacrggard resumed tar to migatc the suflcrmgs ot the patient,
session may be had on the 15th inst. For White marrowfat do. Dwarf prolific do. April 15. f75 Continues business at is former heal apearace and icedi. s evidently to prolong lilc for days and
t ` 5C on ti nu es hu s ne .ss at it~s fo rm er h e alth ilu l a p p eca ran 'c'e, a n d i c red i -. .idg .to t, a os ti v ,..ur
terms, which wlll be made accomodating, Dwarf blue Imp. do. the old stand,a few door s ble as it may appear, I gaMined nearly twenty n ive o it a ptive comrt
apply to JONATHAN GOIT Early China dwarf beans, DR. SIZESR, -west ofthe Gazette O pounds additional weight in theshort space they never expected to no..
Ma 4' 82 Early six week do. do. ;il'O'OIc s i .The op eration ofthte pills I'S WOnderflm in
May4 E Rly siweekr0do. dow ba. OLDakCO De)eillist, ficee, and oilers for sale often weeks. It is five months since I stop ihe operation, ofthe pills is wonderful in
Ref gee or 1000 d o I dwvarf beans OULD take this method ofinforming an assortment of war- ped taking the Medicine. and I have felt easnrp oqha
L ook at T his. re edc berrPedo the lnhabia of Ne London, and ranted and other Watch no return of the disease, nor have I the least procuring comnortable rest.
V a ri e g t e d C a n b e r y P o l d o o m m o n c o l d s a r e f r eq u e n t l y r e m o v e d
Sl, Dutch Case Kife Pole do vicinity, that le has provided himself with a es, Watch chains, Scals reason to suspect that I shall. 1 would .i colds are requenly removed
Acres is now offered for sale. For health t Lare Lima do. do. Small do. do- generalassortment incorruptible or Porce- and Keys-Silver, Table, Desert and Tea earnestly recommend all persons similarly lna ew hos. .
ness of atmosphere fertility ofsoil, and pleas March 29 77 ain teeth ; and every convenience for all poons, Milk 'ladles, .and Sugar bowls, of afflicted, to make trial of he same remedy. Although,(says a person speaking of
ness of atmosphere, ty an peas of operations upon the teeth andgums. the best quality, Silver and Steel mounted BR YAN ALLEN tlhle P'Is,}) my wile las tried various medi-
n.-ntness of situation, is exceeded by Done ; B .. ....Rswrkb wl wrarttN A Lce n E Nre S 'elad ta "" Irrofe the first celebrity, fbr an A -thinat-
commandin an extensive view of L. IslandFOR SALE. His work he will warrant to be as well Spectnclesand Goggles, Silver and steel Femalescan use tie Medicines at all c.n.esofl.efis.l franAst at
'sound The buildings are good, it has the 5 HHDS. Molasses, 4 Boxes Sugar. 20 done, and as cheap as can be obtained in top-d thimbles, Silver pencil cases, eve: periods with perlbect sanfty. Obstructions icdi ,,uty, (or affection of the lungs,)
advantage of a good market, and many privi- Chests Young Hyson, Hyson Skin and this city. He respectfully solicits a share pointed, Jewelry, Pl.ed, Brianni,, and and irregularities with then Ihequently de whicn at tunes was e.xceeding. y distress-. .
priant d irrreru r itewt he 1eun layde onn"netOeFou ord
ledges'and advantagesare attached to it, too Shoushong Teas, 5 Bags Coffee, 200 Bush., of the public patronage. Japan'd ware,and i great r another things ped on erangement of the digesuve or- ing, confining her to her house for days &.
numerous to mention. The farm will recom Corn, 200 do Oats, 12 Freeborn & Hitch-I Sept. 22. 50 not enui:eralted, usually kept in connexioin gr mniend itself. DANIEL H. CAULKINS. cock's Ploughs, 15 Boxes Oranges, 5 do. with the above- of te oer organs, previously creating. S) c itgh e relief wic Rel's Asthmatic Pills do!
Waterford Apl.2 78 Lemons,50 Drums Figs,100sides Sole Leath Etana Insurance Company, much uneasiness, are restored to a healthy i respiration quieting her cough
S. er.-3doz. Morocco Skins, I do Binding do. HARTFORD 1 00 Bushels Corn, state. i aind giving her comfortable rest." And
For Sale. 2 do Calf do. 50 do Irish shoe Thread, by 50 do yellow corn meal, just rrc'd and DR PUTERS ths is the tesanonyor hundreds of thous-
The subscriber offers to sell the Dwell-. J. TURNER & SON. -,AVING appointed the subscriber an for sale by T. J. AVERY. V TALANT I I ands. The relief which aged people, as
ng house.where he now lives situated in May 10 83 Agent, he will ina.e Insurance in behalf of Dec. 28. 05 V ABL ANT- BILLI well as oers, experience m the use
Pearl street. It is a very desirable location said company against damage by fire, on Are the cheapest nd most approved Fam. of these Pills, is truly astonihing, and ren-
for a person with a family of small children, Pin & WHuHner tOOd(1. buildings or property, on which insurance C or ly dicnc ererdohepublic.Theyders them valuable to many, and are in
there being ASCHOOL HOUSE DIRECT KIRTLAND & GARRETT, keep con- is wanted, upon the most reasonable terms. r are extremely mild in their operation, neith fact to some, an essential auxiliary to their
LY OPPOSITE THE FRONT DOOR. stantly on hand, a general assortment of DRY The large and well secured Capital of this JUST received and for sale ; 200 bushels 'r causing sickness of"the sLomachnor any comort, and almost to their existence.
A long credit will be given for the purchase Goons, of which the following comprise a Company, and the liberality and prompt Yellow Corn,400 lbsbeef laims,200(lbs Pork unpleasant sensation iln tle system, as is Lt3A Physician intorms the Proprietor,
nioney.if required, part, viz. ness with which its losses are met, must re- do. 3 bils. Mesa Pork, 6 bis. Beef, 1 bbl. too frequently the result firom medicines that a gentleman in the country observed
A. Smith. SILKS. commend it to the attention fall who wish White Havanna Sugair, 50 drums Figs, 50 en to act upon the bowel. They act to lm, he had reason to believe the use of
March, 28. "77 A large assortment black, blue black, and security. ADA FR.INK bbls Whale Oil. THOS. POTTER specifically upon the Liver en in a tor- tiliese Pills had been the means of saving
Coloured Silks. -" Mnv]8 8
Pcoloured Silks. Mav ]8 pid condition, carrying uffa larve quantity his life.
FOR SALE English an TFED MUSLINS.bri, and NEW LONDON MARINE AN ofbile, throughitiinIucce ofihe excer- Price-whole boxes, 30 pills, $1 : half
,THE Manwaring lots so called,' contain Englinsh Jan French prinetedabrics, and o.Nf'1?EW 1ONDO MARINEA ND r th olncnt function, which, if'sLffered to remain do. 12 pills, 50 ats.
THEMawain ltso aled cntinMuslins, Jackonet, Sarsnet and Nansook FIlRE 1.N'S UR./,.NCE O-a~rl etm in the system, wonld produce either Jaun- --
ing, about 13 a6res, bounded by Heinp tead Cambrics, Corded., do. cross barred 1M4ushns, ',yiin, t ilesytvmrcoulanpoduceeer e- DS- T
street, Pound street, and the Hartford Turn plain and figured Swiss, Scotch~mull, booklT 4\- J J'NTA_ Y, DS.VEn gisnhCrpeIngsrain w icLverad gc, omplinotBlhergreverusFe.- D M RE'E EW T
pike, Muslins, bishop Lawns, lir ht arid dark Gu V1 venetianE arpcitan i e v, x n Ic I ,T D m p Em a m< T
pie Also hams, of all descriptions.' NCORPORATED for the purpose of Mattings, plain and plaid oilCarpeting, green by afliction. In all case, of the torpor of o sr ue or inilamea t eys-
10) Acres of land on Cape Ann Lane, ad .CALICOES. .Insuring against loss by Fire and by sea; and drab figured Baize, Brussels and Wilton the bowels, they act like a charm. In re. nothing known gives such immediate and
1ugsAMatsofelat.doonsCleatAveryLaweenadeaALICofESyspes1,,anheydial)ertan eombBaazereBrufselrecent soreoeye
joining the Ashcraft land. Enquire of French, English, and a great variety of new Capital 250,000 Rugs, Mats, &c. &c. for sale at very low cent cases ofl Dyspepsia, they are a certain conilotable relief. On recent sore eyes,
ARCHIBALD MERCER Styles and Patterns. prices bv CADY & BENJAM-IN. cure. Many persons who were suhbjecct to the effect is most salutary, -Where the
ARCHIBALD MERCER. S HOSIERY secured and vested in :the safest manner, May is. 84 violent attacks of sick head-ache,have been complaint hasbeen of years standing, and
Aprl 20 0 Of every variety, Cotton, Worsted, and silk RY.being now organized, offers to take risks on much benefited, and several Ferfectly cured in some exceedingly bad cases, the most
,. : Vor Sal, Hose and half hose. terms as favorable as other offices. PERSONS AFFLICTED WITH in a few weeks by their use. They are unexpected and desirable relief has been
-. THE two stor dwelling house and large SUMMER CLOTHS. The Office of the company is kept in CORNS highly recommended as a preventative & found in the use of this Eye Water, after
garden, situated in Groton, on the eastern Blue, Black Brown and Green summerr Bankst directly opposite Frink'sMer- ill find in the use of the Albion Corn cure of Billions complaints. Persons who every other remedy had failed. Perso.s
point of N.. ndon harbor, opposite the cloths, Bath Cord, Beaverteen & Moleskins, chants H rotel. Plaster, one of the most efficacious remedies are subject to that distressing complaint, who have used it, pronounce it without hliesi-
pont of N.s"8" '" ^ Lopo -habor oposie coplant
LightHouse, The situation for health anu tton and n .nDrill...a th a great variety ThRichaDrectors of the company aret, known for that troublesome complaint, as sea-sickness, by taking a portiorp or two of station the best preparation or these com-
lasatness is not surpassed in Connect goo enandBos. hnerBassett, hundreds or thousands can and are ready them a few days previous to enbarkin on plaints they have ever met with. Price
PleasntrieAppisynto.sur.p.assedRnCnet- IIis Ln nsRuiaDper-s, as abeJonathan Coilt, Josepli Law renee otsiy oishyn nsee etrbadtevsel, wilbe ams eti o2 et ote
'Applyo t I oth8tJ.JoAERYte aBstify, toitha v ing a swered abeter boardthe ves~el, w ll bealmost certa ni to 25 cnsa bottle..r
FOR SALE O11 TO LET. Eye Diapers, Huckabuck, CrashsuperfineAsOt although it softens the Corn and draws it soils going_ to sea, or to a Southern climatest-uccessoratoyobyhvhom they
.* *iteP. ill;are lor sale, unritirn"Room, No. 99
FORuSE0lsuTOaLT y ipr, btaCahuefn(ifsro T .. :^ : shm s t
THE house in Bank street opposite the cotton Rhirtm.gs and Sheetings. R[CHARD Ar, resident. t bys oon s Ir idvandeis amdtw e mase ht by l mm eil- ors a
new Custom House, how occupied by Mrs. Muslin and Lace worked Collars, elegant COLBY CHEW, Secrtary. as soonl as applied, and is as thorough as it ith the Thr virtues will remain u Cour st. Bost nd byhisspecial appoint
Brown. Also, the house adjoining, occu- Muslin de Lenos, for Ladies dresses, Goth- Ti ct ry* is gentle in its effects. impaired ror years in any climate. No fami ment y
Brwn Aloth hus ajonigocu-Muli d Lnd, orLaie deses **h The company will take risks, to the ly should be without these pills ; a potonE V. STO D R .
pied by Mr. Eph'm. Chesebrough. Also, ic Chints, for window Curtains. Dress amount of 5000 each on Manu ctories of REMARKABLE CURES ly should be witaken occasiona lly, s; a portion E V. STODDARD.
the Brick house, whero the subscriber now Shawls.and Hhdf's, Parasols, blond and sew- a eds, at the usenal roae A gentleman near Greenfield writes : o them arenti occnasonaly, fouldm Ulhe Apl. 20 so
resides. For furtherparicunreof n itl carfs-black Lace and green 1 It has cred aCrn,which fbr yearshad ian e.tis fro ng c of esOm A CURE FOR THE
resde. orfuthr a Dieuas, enqr aeo f bor dVeils ai-k, white and greep tbnle Fb ,13 dfcaused'mne inconceivable pain and trouble, onelcofk i a
Jan. .11 OH DESHO Lace for Veils, sewing silk Cravats. ad iafused ty ingcovaoei otan aendoe) regular peristalic action of the stomach & Itch,
Jan..11 66 BROAD CLOTHS. Cady & Benknun, (afe rigvaiuotermdi 'bo~vels~th t basAA.
TO LET Fine and superfine Dahlia, Invisible green, HAVEjust received a large addition to and having received such relief myself I mingled witt heblood, unassimilated fluids However inveterate in one hour's appli-
blue, black, and blue black, Royal Plumb, their Stock of China, Glass and Earthern advise all, however obstinate the complaint that most diseases are produced Dr P cation, and no danger from taking cold, by
THE office lately occupied iy Dr. Por- mulberry brown, mixed &c. Ware, which makes their assortment decid- to make trial of the Albion Corn Plaster, & feels confident that no person who gives sg
ter. apply to .CASSIMERES. edly the best ever offered in New London. 1 have no doubt they will soon be as ready these Pills a fair trial, will ever after fecl DU MIFRIES' ITCH OINTMENT.
t E.V. STODDARD. A variety ofplain'colours, do. fancy Ribbed -. ALSO to express their gratitude as I am." wig to ewtout them. The testimony This peprration, or pleasantnessafety
ALS t wlliln-"to be w ithu hm h etmn hspetrtolrpesnns~ae
Apl. 19 80 clk Skin, also plaid Abbotshire, a new arti- 'larse assortment of Looking Glasses, An Agent, in writing for a further sup- of thousands speaking in the highest terms expedition, ease and certainty, stands unri-
A greatvarietsy oromcommondto superfine.o,:,irer with every other article generally ply ? the Albion Corn Plaster, observes- their efficacy, might be aided, but the valled for the cure of this troublesome com-
,.THE 2 lower stories of the brick Mersailestaa, vaet fsMerinlokvesti ouilt .or House furnishi I have made sale fall you sent me and very high reputation Dr. P. has acquired plaint. It i so rapid as well as certain in
building corner of Main & Court st styles.' Welch, English, and Rodgrs Fl Maay 8 84 find thearticletobeallit professes to be, as the inventor of the Patent Vegetable its op,: ion, as.to cure this disagreeable
with a large dry floored cellar under the same nels, &c. &c. h E n R---Fla.4 as those who have used it find it to prove Medicine Stomachicte et Hopaticie," for disorder mot effectually in one hour's ap-
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ue witn rirgdd flore ceoa urerove am nes, c.&n. r 1 Law eneasPatii iean'th)bet atice tr orn thy hvevtrmetthcueteaDypesiaindLiornompainsupictso ony
-are offered for sale. The buildings built in" May 18. 84 mette cure of Dyspepsia ad Liver complaints
Sthe best 'manner, in complete repair and an delier LalipS, with. Price50 cts. abox withdirections, is thought a sufficient guaramee to those It does not contain the least particle of
excellent stand-for buses. Apply on the 0 feet Sprce jost, and HE subscriber hasconstttly on hand and THE BRITISH ANTISEPTIC wishing to make a trial of their virtues, mercury, or other dangerous ingredient, &
premises to E C Timber artic e awh^>ish htore i wholsa t he bove DENTIF RICE They contain not a particle of Mercury, or may be applied with perfect safety by preg
.. '.*. E. CHESEBROUG-. 40 m. feet clear.and merchantable eastern tailupon termsthat nannot fail.oseuitr re- Renders the teeth beautiflilly and per- any ingredient that does not act in harmony nant females, or to children at the breast.
O L T- .. 30"m." do. refuse o. chasers. pu t manntly whitc, embellishes the aml with health and oppose disease. Price 37 1-2 cents box, with ample di-
THE House now occupied by John A. 20 m. do. Albany hoards. DANIEL B. HEMPSTED, Agent, removes the factor arising from decayed eminentaAnerican end Eurohea rec.i onsa -
mih nte ot atoftetw-i s5 H ckpeebar e.2 'g teeth, tusaally termed ofntive breath, pre- professors, and practiceduIri aprolfession DR. RELFE'S
.g^it,in the soothpart of th oton--it is 500 Hemock piece boards. Sep. 2, S5 vet their^^ ^ ^ ^ decay andtothaceerd
very convenient for one large or two small 50 m. Shingles, for sale by vl"" erdcyadtotiale id-_;^ ip~amA T-IIU I
faemilies ossesson gie te firs May 4th.anls F. GI PPyELL & c. ~olttoHl ]Dhl(k cates the scurvdefrion thlo'us atir~ac im- an yeas in th e sohth, wheeaiiseases o r ANeTI-BILIOS PIL isLeS
-S x ^T'p~o^1 tefislfA- May4t. ^CHAPPLL CO -- c tl0 Dleh P^ a ^ .1 themost bstirnate character prevail considers For Indigestiop.Loss ofAppctiteListlesa
pril next. Apply to opHE Subscribers, Agents for the sale breathe himself well qualified tojudge on the nature ness, Headache, Costiveihcss, Flatulence,
March THoAs IHonnow. O h of Cotton Duck, are supplied with the .( An experienced druggist pronounces of inveterate disease. Dr. P. Wishes it Cholic, Bilious Affeclions, -c.
varch 8. 74 he--aj- O(O IS. best qualities, of this approved canvass at this Tooth Powder one of the best he has distinctly understood, that these pills possess To comment on the efficacy of these Pills,
"TO LET Calicoes. Ginghams the manufacturer's prices. Persons want- ever met with, either Foreign or domestic. beneficial qualities independent of their after a successful experience of manyyears
THE ifwelling house on Water street, Muslins. Cambrics.' ing the article are requested to see the cer- Price 20 cents. purgative effects : they are both tonic and in England and America has established
occupied for several years by Mrs Beach, Sarsnetts. Fig'd Satins. tificates in its favor, and examine it for them 0- DR. RELFE'S PILLS FOR FE deobsxtuent actions pon the sreting and their reputation, is needless : SuffcB it to
Santi recently by Mrs. Whipple, as a board- Laces. Ribbons. selves at our store. '\ MALES exhalent functions ; thus strengthening the observe, that for ledundancy of Bile, Flat-
ing house. Possession give immdiaely Ed"gin Quillin &.W. W. BILLINGS- For, Obstr,,pions Debil H ocl patient, while they remove o!,structions. ulencc,Costiveness,Headache,&c. &e. they
Si Ah o le P osTHOS. Pe TROTT' Fancy ldkf.. Li.en Cambrics dLNG. Gr Obse onsDiy, Hypocon- Medicines which possess no other, except- will undoubtedly prove fu more servieable
Apl1 ig Crape Shawls. Thread Gloves. d R Dria, Green H nkess Giddiness and Palpi- ing cathartic qualities, debilitate the pa- than those drastic purges too frequently
Ap1. t TShally Silk l 1/1NT D tation o teHeart, Bad digestion, Loath- tieat, and their repeatedly use lavs the foun- employed,and will not only at the sale tine
79 Shl ,, Blond, Lace C lAItS, ,n, ol Food, and Pains ol the Stomach. darion of a long catalogue ol "Chronic dis- tend to remove the offending cause oy gentle
O0 B akcers. Napkeins. Asso,.ted Kid do. ^HE Subscriber has for sale Fancy and h pills prify and promote a brisk circu- eases, motions, and strengthen the digestive or-
THableb Diaper. Shitngs. n Wnsor <~hais,eofthe newesta asions obsttcefihaeo feca inreoingte copihissorwih ratnet ith sylm priv e 50 pettnets. n

Johe Bakng alpparaetus laeiy improved by &c. &c. 9 male, whose sickly and palid counte- quently have recourse to then for their pa- CAMBRIAN TOOTH-ACHE PILLS,
desirous ofe carrying ontedbusine. Tee Cloth for ChildrenLs Cothes, at one shil- N. London, July, 1883. 'm HAL wit th o naturalt lowrt tf retored f ath to ietsatel hvn x sed purpose, s injl toheTre~e th. Preiatewiou .50 c eantsbx
is no Bakery higher than New London ; ligper yard. For sale by They are equally conducive to the health to Preear by Joseph Priestley Peters jury 1. Price 50 cents abox.
nn~a:oeann un ~li he ltn ; .... ;l: .d.1.- I... 84 W. lair c,' ,-r,., r> r:, l()/)gn i l. A r / T't -r _* ......*-)I. 1.'r .. .. i p iU U U ~ l m S ~ ee S

H AE, i I o n h a d L owi l a sei e nfeva e ryo Alo t p c e sby tAwo w l l n Aur .e. : Ba r F ;o.. r fG e a r: cfla d ie s ,t e x c C o p t i n g R o oe Nof e geAl D t ai l esG e nB ace s D r o n ynbo rw mceuy
apyintoWion......... M.... ,int e ... t.arm ear situated in the townO-.Groton, Onancy or cos ton"t whendathey h in uPe ca- st notsaL .DRRELFE'S VEcGETABLE: oSPECI
yi bTHICKSHOES one and a hal mile from N. London, ftrmy be taken. Price $1.50 per box.Vstinath iseas ebsofmve getableosto ,
WILLIAM 'RAT, remedies, No 129 Liberty street, N. York, For sick Headache, &c. Price 5o cents.
'May 25, ILA L R ,5 1TIME subscribers, onPreston road, consisting of about 70 acres jj" 7None genuine unless signed T. KID inventor and sole proprietor, Each box con'- 0'7 None genuine unleSs signed T.KID
85 tter at h l sale or retail, &10 pr. iviena, of land, well propoltitonetl into mowing, DER, on tlhe wrapper, (-sole proprietor and rains forty pills. Price 50 cents.- DE R, on the Wrapper, (sole proprietor and
snrllt ~l& L (D.v ffs, Thick Shoes, 400 do. do. Brogans, 150 do. ploughing, pasturing, and woodland, with successor to Dr. Col'away,) by whom they Vegetable German Black successor to Dr-. k Oln\'ay,) by whom they
H A V E o n h a n d L o o k in g G la s s e s o f 'e v e r y B o o ts A t t h e lo w e s t p r ic e s b y t w o D w e l lin g H o u s e s ', B a r n F o r fu r t h e r a r"f r al a'h s ou n R o o 9a e l r s l ,a"h s C u l i ~ R o N 9
description. N :L S1E &C. particulars enquire of the subscriber on the Court street, Boston, and by his special ap-S L Ehi seca-p
S10N. S.S &CoCourt st. Boston and by h spiaa
M 0S a premises. M 0OSES P. BAILE Y. pointroent by E V. STODDARD. T ile composition and s(e'ret of making pointment by E. V. STODDARD .
;8.M y1 4 : Groton May 16 *4 June 1 86 the above invaluable article, was communi- June 8 87
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