The Pennsylvanian
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Title: The Pennsylvanian
Uniform Title: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. 1832)
Alternate title: Daily Pennsylvanian
Physical Description: v. : ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Mifflin & Parry
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: August 15, 1836
Publication Date: 1832-1855
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
frequency varies[ former ]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 9, 1832)-v. 42, no. 156 (Dec. 28, 1855).
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering is irregular.
Numbering Peculiarities: Scattered issues are misdated.
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for Dec. 27, 1855 is numbered v. 42, no. 154-5.
General Note: Publishers: Hamilton & Forney, <1846-1848>.
General Note: Contains: "To the people of the United States."
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832: Triweekly)
Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832: Weekly)
Related Items: Dollar weekly Pennsylvanian
Succeeded by: Daily Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1855)

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- great ones. Besides, I trusted, that so
y long as the powers of the mind existed
, in the vigor I felt them in, that much of
; what might be called latent vitality, ex-
y isted in the body ;-then I set myself to
i think upon those nerves which preside
t over the action of the heart-their ori-
1 gin, their course, their distribution, their
1 relation, their sympathies. I traced
t them as they arose in the brain, and
e tracked them till they were lost in mil-
lions of tender threads upon the muscles
- of the heart. I thought, too, upon the'
f lungs as they lay flaccid and collapsed
' within my chest-the life blood stagnant
1 in their vessels, and tried to possess my
- mind with the relation of these two parts,
. to the utter exclusion of every other. I
- endeavoured then transmit along the
; nerves, the impu. f that faculty my
I whole hope reste:fl ; alas, it was in
- vain--I tried to heave my chest and
- hreathe, but could not--my heat sank
within me-and all my former terrors
[ came thickening around me,moredread-
l ful by far, as the stir and bustle in the
y room indicated they were about to close
i the coffin. At this moment, my dear
, friend B- entered the room--he had
i come many miles-to see me once more,
, and they made way for him to approach
V me as I lay. He placed his warm hand
I upon my breast, and, oh the throb it
sent through my heart. Again, but al-
most unconsciously to myself, the im-
pulse rushed along my nerves--a bur-
sting sensation seized my chest---a ting-
ling ran through my frame---a crashing,
jarring sensation, as if the tense nervous
cords were vibrating to some sudden
and severe shock, took hold on me; and
then, after one violent convulsive throe,
which brought the blood from my mouth
and eyes, my heart swelled at first slow-
ly, then faster; and the valves reverber-
ated, clank !-clank !-responsive to the
stroke, at the same time the chest expan-
ded, the musles strained like the cord-
age of a ship in a heavy sea, and I
breathed once more. While thus the
faint impulse to returning life was giv-
en, the dread thought flashed on me
that it might not be real, and that to my
own imagination alone, were referablei
the phenomena I, experienced. At the
very instant the gloomy doubt crossed
my mind, it was dispelled, for I heard a
cry of horror through the room, and the
words---He is alive---he still lives---from
- umbehpr of _unla aiund me. l'he
noise and confusion increased ; I heard
them say, carry out B--before he
sees him again---he has fainted Direc-
tions, and exclamations of wonder and
dread, followed one upon another, and I
can but call to mind the lifting me from
the coffin, and the feeling of returning
warmth I experienced, as I was placed
before a fire, and supported by the arms
of my friends.
"I will only add, that after some
weeks of painful debility, I was again
restored to health--having tasted the full
bitterness of death."

Indian King, Wilmington, Del.
APT. HENRY READ, late of the Steamboat Wil.
mington, takes pleasure itl announcei g to his friends
aid th public in general, that he has taken the above
Hotel, formerly Brinton's, and lately occupied b) Collins
Denney, Wilmingt.n. Del., where lie will be happy to ac-
commodate his customers in tlhe best style, intending to
give satisfaction toall those who may favor nim with a call,
and wi-l be thankful to his old friends and acqiainntnces
not to forgett that he is still wllling to serve them with
P,'i,-itude in his present as well as his former ocenpa-
otSO SC. 1".11 B tnall. _
apre 25-dm HENRY READ.

-Philatdelphia Motel,
No. 95 North Second Street. Philad'a.
TIIHIS Hotel was much enlarged and improved laslt s.Itm
Imer, and now contains 120 rooms, a large number o
Parlors, a Ladies' Ordidary, private entrances, Bathing
Rooms, Barber's Shop, and a promenade on the house, ele-
vated so as to afford a beautiful view of the city and sur'
rounding country. The luc tion is pleasant anil eonveni-
ent, either for persons visiting the city for business or
pleasure, being within a short distance of the Steamboat
Landines, Public Buildings, &e. &e.
The subscriber returns his thanks for the liberal patron
age heretofore received, and assures his friends and the
public that the accommodations shall, in every respect, be
equal to any other Hotel in the city.
X. B.--Tne Western 4tpges leave the house daily. A
Watchman is employed to take charge of the house during
the night. may s3--dtf
Caution to Insolvent Debtors.
TrMHE subscerber begs leave to caution persons whom
m they may employ to do their business, as many cases
are dismtssetl at every Term. owing to their papers being
improperly prepared and their business badly attended to.
Th-re are several persons who have recently commenced
thil bul.ness, bothin the city and county, who are un-
known to the C>urt, ignorant of the Insolvent Laws
themselves, and mcght involve poor and unfortunate men
in greater dlifculr,.-s than they may already be in.
Ine subscriber flatters himself chat manyyears erperi.
ene In this business, having taken through thle Cntrt
several thousand persons,and bas been so fortunate at
never to hare a solitary case dismissed, by any Iisman-
agemenitor inattention oe his part. Persons should make
application to me in propel time tbr the Court at my
old established Ofiee.No. 84 Lombarlstreet, below 4th.
N. B.--Special and Appearance Bail procured at any
moment, and advice in relation to the Insolvent I.a as
given gratis. a, --eotlrf

As.soon as any important improvement in any branch
of Science or Art is dedicated to the public, and the
inventor is about to realize a recompenCe for the bene-
fits conferred upon Society through his instrumentality,
attempts are straightway made by selfish and mercena-
ry individuals to grasp and withhold from fhim his
nghtful compensation by false pretensions, counter-
feits, imitations, ec.
This unprincipled course of conduct has been man-
ifested towards "Rowand's Tonic Mixture." After its
remarkable efficacy in the treatment of Fever and
Ague had become so universally acknowledged, and
its friends began to be repaid for their efforts and ex-
pense in effecting its introduction into the Fever and
Ague districts of the country, L. S. Comstock' and his
associates of New York, first conceived the design of
circulating a counterfeit under the nameof 'Rowland's
Tonic Mixture." Soon we discover another prepara-
tion imitating more closely still the signature, and the
appearance of the original directions, pamphlets, bot-
tles, tfc. Besides thesepenal attempts to deprive the
afflicted and distressed of the usefulness of the Tonic
Mixture, and to defraud the proprietor and his agents
of theirjust and reasonable compensation, other means
scarcely less reprehensible and inhuman, have been
made use of to ffebct the same objects, by getting up
any insignificant or dangerous nostrum, call it any-bo-
dy s "Tonic Mixture," and foisting it off upon the
stranger and the simpleton, at any price, as being the
same, or equal to, the true and genuine.
The friends of the original Rowand's Tonic Mixture,
however, having their confidence in its superior and
unapproachable excellence more and more confirmed,
will always consider it their duty and gratification to
protect its interests from the assaults and designs of
tlie envious and mercenary, and will therelbore prompt-
ly and unreservedly expose any machinations of any
imposter, conscious that they will thus aid to perpe-
tuile an inestimable blessing to a very large proportion
of the suffering part of the community.
Bedford & Saratoga Waters.
r JORDAN & CO. have just received a large
supply of Bedford and Saratoga Mineral Wa-
ters, which, may be had either by the dozen, or single
bottles, or perfectly cool from the fountains at the store,
N. W. corner of 3d and Walnut streets, opposite the
Merchants' Exchange.
N. B.-Mineral Water tickets sold by R. J. and Co.,
will be received at either of their stores, viz.-N. W.
corner 3d and Walnut streets, or S. E. corner 3d and
Arch stR. may .5--dtf
Printing & Dying Establishment,
NJ'o. 272 JNorth Front Street, Philadelphia.

SIX O'CLOCK, A. M. SiEA I A T HBl N MECHANICS' & TRADESMENS' COUNTY Ls OAN. From the Dublin University Magazine.
TO B A &L T 1 [ 0 lE LongC Branch, Deal, and Manasquan, via Cam. Loan Company of Pennsylvania. IN pursuance of the authority conferred bylaw,theCPOST MORTEM RECOLLECTIONS OF A
Via New Castle and Frenchtown Rail load. den and Amboy Rail Road. N County Board issue the following certificate:- MEDICAL LECTURER.
(. l T e} l Lines will commence running Capital 500,000 Dollars. An additional funded debt of Four Hundred and [This article is one of great power,
A-; -." -on Friday, the 1st July next, Forty Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars, is though, strictly speaking, the subject is
H.s:e ot O 'o Chcsnut Stot Wlharf, IM-CORPOKATED BY THE STIATE OF hereby authorized on the credit of the county, to bear t g Sr l W f te B I
i-H Steamboat OI10. Capl. J.rtiles, ud l ficrM daily, (except Sundays) at ) and 10 o'locIA, A. M. fBr PTJVJVYVI I an interest of Five per cent. per annum, and no more, not altogether original. The writer hadd
T Chesnut at.whosrt'a fr PSaolBaltiir ..nor. dail),at 6 n'clock,A. M.tdaily(emceptpSundays)rraeahanag10oclocklA.birMPENNSYLV a tea e t payableha.yearlyo thewprincipaltpayablet]ethof Jan-
PASSAGF $4. Heighlslown. where first rate carriages will be ready lon tobelo D t collateral payable half yearly, the principal payable Ist of Jan- been fatigued by incessant attention to
07All baggage t the risk of its owner. The Company to convey passengers to the above celebrated water- y anedo Deposit of security. uary, 1860, or sooner with the consent of the holder.dut d
will not he responsible for the safety or del ieryol baggage ing places, over an excellent road, arriving early the OFFICE NO. 16 SOUTH SIXTH STREET. he County Commissioners are authorized on the professional duties, and had consequent-
unless receipled for by their Agent, same afternoon. THISCompany beingnow in active business, are terms and under the restrictions hereinafter provided, ly neglected to, prepare for this evening
N. DAVIDSO, ,Age t, Fare by either of the above Lines to Freehold, $2 00 Lready to advance mon6y on deposit of all kinds to issue proposals forthwith, for a loan of $409,195, lecture-he even forgot to bring with
Chesnut tSt. Witir .. .. Lnug Branch or Deal, 3 00 of collateral security, in sums to suit the necessities of part of said loan of $440,250.
Freight received and despatchedaiy r Bal-,a3 50 thosewho may mae application to them. The said amount, when realized, to be appropriated him a few notes which he had hastily
more.a -dt All hn at theowner's risk. One of the objects the Legislature had in view, in in- as follows:- written as memoranda, while, on enter-
CAMDEN AND AMBOY RAIL-ROAD LINE MR.. ais,,' n0 o., leightstown, corporating this Institution,was to enable such as might i. To payment ofOutstanding Warrants ing the lecture room, he found to his
FO NEW YOR. enrikson Co., rehold, e want of money, to obtain it upo the deposit of as per STo schedule A, per Sche$113,643 96dismay that it was completely crowded,
SSamuel Laird, Colte Nec, collateral security, at a moderate premium. 2. To Road Damagesas per Sche. dismay that it was completely crowded,
Barclay, Sherman, Wardoll Co., Long Branch. The Company are desirous ofcalling the attention of dule B, 189,429 33 and that a foreigner of professional cele-
John S.dForman, Manasquan. Proprietors. the community to the Institution, and give notice that 3. To Eastern Penitentiary, 4,000 00 brity was one of the auditors. We leave
SUMMNER ARRANGEMENT. je 29-dtf they are prepared to loan on entire invoices, as well as 4.To Moyamensing Prison, 30,00000 y was one o the auditors. We leave
At and 10 'clok, A. M., daily, undas l Fe on smaller deposits. 5. To Vagrans'Apartment, 30.000 oo00 the writer to describe his own sensation
excepted, AWLAith immpli.tto ,Iqtph to NEWYam YORK, usual rateofintereston the same Bri desburg, 10,066 71obcurity to my
M ALBANY, Dr.,.1\ o., Apply to They also receive daily deposites, to be drawn at 7. To Meet Deficiency in Receipts day are wrapt in much obscurity to mv
From the amharfbot f elawaChesnut street. I)ELA\VARE COAL CO. epositn which no terest for 1836 26,000 00 mind,yet I well remember the loud thun-
NEW PHIIADELPHIA. C;pt. A. Jenkins. 2d wharf below S tree oill is allowed. The office hours are from 9 o'clock, A.M. 8. T o ;iMayor's Court, Northern Li- ders of applause which greeted me on
TRh'NTON, Capt. Won. M..lrnkins. 2d wharf below Walnut street, Schuylkill tl 3 o'clock, P. M. except on Saturday, when the of- berties, 5,000 00
Steamboats on the Rarit n. ll o'cook, ceptonSaturdaywhen theof 9. To Damages on Lybrand street, entering the lecture-room, and how, as
INDEPENDFNCE, Capt. oGete. N. Diehl. _S(qs.Ve 1 rfott Jlo$SnollUemf i. fle is open till 5 P. rM.
SWANFaPENDt. Chas. Seymour.N nir *their By order of the Board. in case the Supreme Court shall de- for some moments 1 appeared to hesi-
On and after Saturday, the 23d inst. r,,,on,,wishin airst engage ship, assage fromLondo J. LOGAN SMITH, Cashier. Commissioners, to drawtae, they were renewed again and again,
Passengers whou ieave in the oek Line will arrive in derry fir :Philadelphia ab6ut the t September, may 31-dt their warrant thereor, or on a case till at last summoning resolution, I col-
New York between 1 and 2 o'elock. P. M. Those Ieavi 9 now (10 softy applyinggto ROBERT TAYLOR, elected myself' sufficiently to open my nis-
inthe 10o'lock Line will arrive in New York at an earl nowdosoby applyinmgto ROBERT TAYLOR, avtgs Itil1, stated to that effect, shalldetermine leted myself sufficiently to en m dis-
hour tile same afternoon. jy 8-dtf 276 Market, above 8th. Chartered by the Legislature of Pennsylvania. that the same should be paid, morediffi
FPrtr are in Regular Line, .$3 00 8 r ^ $ ^ e,- a r. CAPITAL AUTHORIZED BY LAW, na than a year having elapsed after the course. I well remember, too, the diffi-
ForwardDec in pagul ssage, 2$3 00 CAPITAL AUTHOIZED BY LAW, final confirmation report,with- culty the first few sentences cost me,-
S James Hand's Line, mIHE PBiladelphlia Savings Institution, as t-hr- w casethe Supreme Court shall decide the doubts, the fears,the pauses, which
AFTERNOON LINE oo i and Pet sbur. soutll side, between nbesaware that the same shall not be paid, the beset me at every step, as I went on.-
ANor Nortolk am alacl Petersbu]rg. Fo'rtb and FiftbStreet,retivvsDeptsttes daily,(Sutway,
For Barlington, Bristol and Bordentown. ffednesdays and Saturda's. the Fourth of July, and Christmas, excepted,) between the proceedings having becomenull and My anxiety to be clear and accurate in
The steamboat BURLINGTO, Capt. D. Martin, willer hoursof9o'clock,A.M.and 3o'clock,P.M.from allper. void, then into the Treasury for
leave the same what on Saturdaysat 3 o'clock, M. Re- bscriber, thankful for pat encouragement will sosdisposed to place funds therein, at thefollowingrates County purposes, 1,055 00 aveyring -my meaning, making me re-
lev the sam wt o Sua at 3d o'lok Lof it Mert tvii:-- capi0tula e anr repeat, till I felt myselfoas
turning, will leave Bordentowu o Mondays at e A. M. and and from the ahove parts, conmandetd by men exp o ieneed I el Wrikly capitulate and repeat, tillI felt myselfas
alingiont fsund as eAeped) at 1 o'lek, P.M.7 A. in the trade--to sail ron each ort twice aweek. The 5perent, peran i. it were, working in a circle.Bvderees
vs eel at I o'lk, P. M. ILine will e towed up the river Apaato aDeo oanysu overo00, and not exeeed- The said Commissioners are hereby further author hwer, w ar d a Irce de
from Philadelplhia, and 7 o'clock, A. M. fiom B0r dtantown. byse hout igening. sized. in case only that the Supreme Cour said however I armed as I proceeded, and
jy 16--dtf WM. J. WATSON, Agent. For t'reig t -r passage apply on board, at Fassitt's wharf, ing gs000,to remain at least one year, 4 per cent. per an- sized. in case only thatthe Supreme Courtshal.on said
2d above thb Drawbridgir or i. Fiumr'. application for a mandamuson casestated, decide that the evident attention my auditory exhib-
For d wbloliainto T Ae e HAbND, ~ baouthwharves Sums otg andpwards.and not exceeding 800, to re- the above mentioned amount of$,0.55, shall bepaid ited, gave me renewed courage, while
Fo hesplndid JAMES"AND, 58TELE-th wharves. mai at least threemontbs, 4 per cent per annum, as damages, to issue proposals fbr an additional Loan gave me renewed courage, while
GRA~s~~i~ H.The splendidcaptnewesteamboatrTELE- Rowlet,, Noper &r Noble, Petersburg. Sums of gli atd upwards,and ay tereeedingeelot, t re- of $31,055, at 5 per ceut, reimbursable as atbresaid, they impressed me with the necessity to
Js~afef GRAPH, Capt. W. Wilden, Jr. leaves f la'brington, Norotlk. m in o hlirt t er r of $31,055, at 5 per cent, reimbursable as aforesaid, they impressed me with the necessity to
Race street wharf for --SWilmmgton eve-ipper hy this Lie my rely uon te veels All sus on Special Deposite. not exceeding 50, to be being the balance of the larger Loan of $440,250 00, make a more than common exertion.-
ry morning at 7 o'clock Returning leaves Wilming- -- s A ertsd ar- paid o demand,at the rates of interest above specified to be appropriated to pay the amount of all awards of
ton at 3 o'clock, P. M. Fare 75 cents. BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA No interest will be allowed on any sum under ,5, nor damages for streets and roads named in Schedule C, BY degrees, too, I felt the mist clearing
Fare to Chester or Marcus Hook, 50 cents PACK T en i dollar. confirmed prior to thedate of this certificate, and re- from my brain, and that even without
Fare to Cheste or Marcus Hook, 50 cents. PACK The rate of interest to weekly depositors will not be re- mining unpaid; the said sum of$81,055 not to be bor- any efrt, my ideas came faster, and my
All baggage at the risk of its owner. Breakfast Via Chesapeake and elaare Canal. ducerd without notice of at least 60days,in two daily news ma pa thesa umof155noobebor ny effort, my ideas came faster and
provided on board. Freight taken on the customary James Hand's Line. w rutt he cit oPhiladelphia--but weekly deposito, said unless the decision oftheSupreme Court be as words fell from me with ease and rap
terms. James Hand's Line. wi uIt be allouedl to withdraw their deposiiel without aforesaid. Words fell lfom me With ease and rapi-
Fare on Sundays to Wilmington and back, I1t 00 J.l This Line is now in full operation-one having given four weeks notice oftheir intention in writing, The terms and measures of advertising for, and ta- dity. Simile and illustration came in
do do Chester or Marcus Hook do 5 ormoreo he ackets leaving daily; Sundays and so .ad upon such noticethe iteret shal reae. king the said Loan of $440,250 00, or any part there- abundance and distinctions which had
do do ChesterorMarcus Hookdo mrr e ce leav dl); Sunds and Certificateswillbe given to special depositors, wherein shallin all respects be the same as was provided abundance ; and distinctions, which had
4On Sundays the Telegraph leaves Wilmington at exrme bad weather excepted. For tregtaplYto theater of intet, the duration eedeposite,and the for in the At of i th of Apri 1834, exceptht the hitherto struck me as the most subtle an
TAKES HAND, ofcock in the Actf of 10th of,, 1834, excepts tth heo r k e he s u la
Sml P y 21-dtf 581 south wharves. Applications for loans to be made on Mondays of each Certificates shall be for the sharesof Fifty Dollars,and difficult of description, I now drew with
004c Intent lt~il-i0!9or J AMES HIAND' S LINE, week. the County Commissioners shall append to their ad-
Good Inwte n't..l- JA MESli:l.HlBLINE ,' The following is an extractfrom the 5th section of the vertisemtent for proposals, a copy of the 40th section of readiness and accuracy. Points of an abs-
AAAPNDNeG Ork aild Philadelphia Charter:-- And provided also. that nodireetor or officerof the Act of 16th June, 1836, entitled an act regula- truse recondite nature,which,under other
CANAL PACKET LINE FOR PITTSBURG, Pakels. said stitutionelther by himsen'or through any other ting Election Districts, &c., and that the said proposals rc n e hh e he
And Sleamboat Line for Person, shall be authorized to borrow or mae any loan shall be opened in thepreence o the CountyComa circumstances, I should not have wished
CINmCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE, DAILY, from the lfundsoft be said institution mish e opened in te proTence of te County lom-
SA U1Published by order of the Boa of Directors, missioners, the County Treasurer, and at least two of t touch upon, I now approached fear-
Leaves corner Broad and Chesnutsts. every morning Via Delaware and Raritan Canal. ETE FRITZ, President. the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, a majority of lessly and boldly, and felt that, in the ve-
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. Fn HE subscriber being thankful to the public for past CHAS. ROBB. treasurer whom shall decide which are the best proposals for ry moment of speaking, they became
Passengers fom Philadelphia Sencouragement, begs leave toi the Merchant the said Loan; and further, that any person interested of peaking, they became
will take spled n-Rwtf h lid n o -rale y tre t l m ewi kthue etnng AND TRUST COMPANY appropriations No. and No. 2 aforesaidmay at any clearer and clearer to myself. Theories
lumbi, thence b Packet B s ollidaysbud to season, and as the vessels employed are o a light draught A time after the 25th of July, 1836, and before the nego- and hypotheses, which were of old and
lumbia, thence by Packet Boats to Hollidaysburg, by of water, and crr)y small cargoes, will not meet with as No. 159 Chesnut Street, tiation of said Loan of $409,195 00, on presenting and
Cars over the Portage Rail Road to Johnstown. and much detention as larger vessels or bares, and by using delivering up his warrant ol the Treasurer, be allow- acknowledged acceptance, I glanced at
thence by Packet Boats to Pittsburg. every vmcrtion and attention to the receiving" and orward- ed to receive a certificate of County Stock for the as I went on, and, with a perspicuity
The Carsare all new, of the most approved model ing gods he hopes to bt se of public patronage. The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and Trust ed to receive a certificate of County Stock for the as I went on and wit a perspicuty
and construction, builtofwthe best materials, and deci- Or h which will be taken on the most raNsonable Company of Philadelphia, amount of his said warrant, with which hie shallcredit and clearness I never before felt, expo-
and construction, builtofthe bestmaterialsand deci-terms, apply to .IAMS S HAND, the p Coun as cash; but no certificate halafelt, expo- or a
deadly the most elegant, comfortable and convenient s5t south wharves-or to C H A R T E It P E R P ETUA LA fraction of Fifty Dollars. The same right to take Stock sed their fallacies and unmasked their '
ever put on the Columbia Rail Road. Messrs... N. BRIGGS, Capital, $300,000, in the provisional Loan of 31,055, to be e-tended to errors. I thwouht I va .-,th, d scri-w
ThePacketBoatsofthisLinearealsonew andof 3 Old lip. New Yor,-. AILY receives monies in trust on Interest, executes damages for streets and roa., oBa ed prior to the hinn e n s an tn passing actual. s
the mostapproved model, which for egance of finish, B.-Goods will be received and forwarded to y Speci Trusts, grants Poliie of Lite Insurance on date of this certificate, when such decision ot the Su- and things passing actual
comfort, convenience and speed, are not surpassed by plae, via New York, as directed, free of storage and com he mit tavorable terms, and rants Annuities and En- preme Court shall be had. ly before my eyes, at the instant, tan
a n the U. States. sion. apr2l-dtf dowments. Special and Weekly Deposites will be received The two said Loans of$409,195 00 and $31,055;mrn- relating the results of a life's experience
e and if desired, applied to the purchase of Policies of Life
The Line from Pittsburgh to Cininnati and Louis. A VALUABLE FARI Insurance, Annties or todowments. kingaltogether$440250 00,tobeconsideredasloans and reflection. My memory, usually a
ville consists oftwelve Steamboats, which for good ac- auates ot' Iusuranee f r $100, at some of the authorized prior to the first of August, 1836, and with- ad reflection. My memory, usually a
commodation, elegance and speed, are not surpassed FOR SALE, Rates o Insuranceort some o in the scopeandeffectof the 40th Section of the Act defective one, now carried me back to '
Tyabn rtondhe hio Rie v -one of which will leave Situate in Abington township, PremiumsPremium Premium for ofl6th June, 1836, creating a County Sinking Fund. the days of' my early childhood ; and the
Pittsburgh daily for Louisville. fA Montgomery county, about ten miles from for 1ear. for 7 years, whole life, Witness our hands at Philadelphia, this 15th day of
The proprietors flatter themselves that from the very the theity ot' Philadelphia, and near to Jen.- annually. annually. July; A. D. 1836. whole passages of a long life, lay dis-
superier mannerin whichthey have fitted up this Line, kintown and Mooretown-containing 115 At the age of 21 l 4 81 48 8207 William B. Reed, J. R. Burden, played before me like a picture If
together with their having selected the most careful, ACES- oinig lands of W. Grant, 4 SamuelWeyant, Thomas S. Smith, quoted, the very words of the author
efficient and obliging captains and agents, (whose duty rhos. ejtcler, and' others; bouirled by Susquehanna st. 30 I6 1 73 2 48 T. M. Hubbell, George W. Toland, quoted, the Very Words of the author '
it shall be to attento the cmfor and convenience of road leadngron Abngton Friends'Me, iag-House 35 1 80 91 80 J. B. Smith, J. M Sott, rushed to mv mind so palpably, as t
it shall be to attend to the comfort and convenience Of to Israel Hallowel's Mill. About 20 leires are woodland, a 0tp')ffice open from 9 A.M. John Thompson, IGeorge Norton, though the page lay open before me. I t
their passengers,) they will deserve and receive a lib- proportion of meadow, a large apple orchard, and a varietyce enon, org Noon, t h the page lay open before me. I
eral share ofpublic patronage, of other Iruit--lhe remainder arable land, of a good quality. B. W. RICIARDS, President. James Hutchinson, H. S. Spackman,
Kr Seats for this Line can ONLY be secured at the The improvements are a two-story ston- dwelling-house, GEO. W. ASH, Treasurer. Certified from the Recohd, Jul 20 1836. ave still some vague recollection of an e
offices, No. 89 Chesnut street, I door below 3d street; with three rooms m a kitchen on the first floor, four JNO. F. JAMES, Actuary. apr 29-dt Certified from the Record, July 20, 1836.endeavour I made to trace the c
joind0 four[SEAL.] ROBERT MORRIS, Prothonotary. endeavour I made to trace the character '
N o. 28 south 3d street; W western H hotel, 288 M market st.; OOmsh ano e; nu l t32e s ond, w ith. a w tod c lar C und- e YC o mmYiYssioo f th e inssa'nity in e v r c a e to se br
and corner of Broad and Chesnut sts. earrig-ts, a her out-uil]ings; t well of water and TrUSt Company. County Commissioners' aty in very case to some ear-
je ll-dtf J. TOMLINSON, Agent. wh a e inou County Commissito the dwelling. CHARTER PERPETUAL,c ly trait of the individual in childhood, e
For therpartiulars apply to pai in 500,000 hila lpnt oan when, overcome by passion or overba- t
JPIO.~IER o 17-00 J.iD. R W.MILES Entire Capital paid in $500,000 Philadelphia County Loan. lanced by excitement, the faculties run
VIA RAILROAD CARS f CANAL PACKETS, -roth street. on -iN pursuance of the foregoing Certificate of thefaculties run
TO PITTSBURGH NEW AND FASHIONABLE The Pennsylvania Company for Insurances I CountyBoard,(authorizedbyanActofAssembly, wild into all those excesses, which, in
./ndby Steamboats, carrying the U.S. Mail, from W A Lives and Graantin Annuities, passed the 10th day of April,) sealed proposals will be after years, develop eccentricities of
PITTSBURG TO LOUISVILLE. H!A T W AR H O U S E i AVINC, received addit,inal powers by a supplement received at the ofee of the County Treasurer, untileakercte es l
S LEAVES the corner of BROAD No. 207 south Second street, JjL to their charter. granted by tiae Legislature of Penn.xt, at 12 o'clock, M. o character, and in some weaker tempera- l
t i~~N. AAND RACE STs. every morning Just be,-14ine, sopl h. e sylvania, on. hei "6th February, 1836, aretully authorized the 25th day of August next, at 12 o'clock, M. for the
AN8D A S. ouelowine, op h ~ Market, d empowern.-- rr -e ., er u ytrea Loan, or any part thereof, of thesum ofFour Hundred ments, aberrations of intellect. Anec- e
cOsgie.n ;i4t.o i- -athaW ay & SI1der ortperspona>l, n trusi toaacu c,, i. ...a. -- -,d Nine Thousand, One Hundred and Ninety-Five dotes illustating this novel position
Chamant streets. For seats apply as above, and atNo. 200 Respectfully inform their friendss and the thc, o toaceptaudexeeue Trussofanyad l hi .W dotes iltrating this novel position
Market street; north-east corner of 2d and Chesnut sts. public, that they have just opened a ew and every description, which may be committed or transferred not IsTihif' Fifty Dollars each, bearing an intee '- .r. r to my mind : and events t
public, them, by any persjus or persons whatever, bodies norpo- t l s -t tft ifty ollar eac, bearing an inteaili n ti
and at the White Swan Hotel, Usee sMMINGSt. extensivedHat Warehouse, as above mentioned, rt nlcy on or persons te Sesor of Five per cent. per anuum, payable half yearly, not in the ear- yeat's of some who subse- r
ay-tA UMIN S, A t and intened keepingcoustantly n hand,as well the Comonwelh of Peylnia. and tiey may also e redeemable without the consentof the holder, before quently died insane, and seemed to sup- e
PennsylvattiaA"r Ohio Trans- for the ommoatiou of City Coutr pointed guaAdian ot theestateot any Minor, or eomit- the first day of Januay, 1860.to sup
ust large supply of tee otfa Lunatic. WM. RUFF, port my theory, came rushing to my
portation Lin e Philadelphia lManufactured H~t and Caps, The Legislature having provided that all investments of AILSMITH o ing to my
TO AND FROM PITTSBURG. which they will sell, either wholesale or retail, twenty-five moneys received in trust shall be at the risk of the corpo- L MAN, memory. As I proceeded, I becamEeGr,
per cent. cheaper than they can be obtained at any other ration, this company becomes the secure depository of GLEMANraduall more and more excited-th
Space in the city. Those who doubt this statement, ate I'rusts reposed with them. County Commissioners. a excited-t
rcspectlully invited to call and examine for themselves. Certificate of Deposits in Trusts will be issued transfer- "Section 40th of the Act of 16th June, 1836."--That very ease and rapidity with which my y
SS~. ~ 4- SW WN. B.--The Trade will be supplied with Hats as usual, able only on the books o the company. the County Treasurer of the county of Philadelphia ideas suggested themselves, increased
oct --dtf In addition to the trust business, the company continue be, and he is hereby authorized and required to pay
o effect Insurances on Lives, Grant Annuities and En- to John Bacon,William E. Lehman, Frederick Fraley, the fervour of my imaginings-till at' Y
T heir rie the ub e etoin Insuraeeson Livesurnish a meansof making asafe William Wagner, John M. Ogden,JamesHarper Mi- last, I felt my words came without effect, n
the agency fomJ.Bunting o.totheouse ofBOLTON provision for a survivin family, upon the payment ot an chel Day, James Ronaldson, Robert Patterson, Peter and spontaneously, while there seemed f
& co. in Philade.lphia, and from G. Mulhollan, Jr. to the annual premium, aevor.ling to the age and place otf rexi- Williamson, George Handy, Ralph Eddoes, Henry and spontaneously, while there eemed f
bouse of HANNA & POIDiKEXtER, in Pittsburg, and denceo the person insured. Troth, William Wistar, JacobFrick, Abraham Miller, a co-mingling of my thoughts, which a
will be prepared to run their daily line or Boats and Cars Creditors may tfeet insuan eebyt which the eaon s and Francis Park, who are hereby created Commis- left me unable to trace connexion be- c
on the opening otthe Canals. sioners of the Sinking Fund of the county of Philadel- .
A Boat will positively leave Bolton & Co's depot, footofIAinsured.Sd
Willow S iltively leaveBoltonto ISAAC M. ASHTON'S Tinconveniencies arising from the hazard of life in phia, Twenty Thousand Dollars per annum out of the tween them, while I continued tospeak t
also from het arehwase of Hnn Poindextr, Pits Hat and Cap anu atory voyages trav.s, or presence iforeigo countries, maybe proceeds of the County rates and levies, to constitute as fluently as before. I felt at this in- d
burg erytdayhSuasexcepttdap!n o obviated by the paymentofan addttinual premium varying a Sinking Fund to extinguish the present and anyoth- start a species of indistinct terror of d
he Boats andCarsth beingofthefirst class No. 216 Market Street, ith the risk er funded debt ofthe said County, which may be aq- stant a species of indistinct terror of d
commanded by experienced Captains, wo have a direct HIRDdoor above Decatur, south side, and next door Annutiesaffrd theorized on or before the first d of Auust next some unknown danger which impended c
interest, all goolse mmitted to their elhrge will be handled below Formers'Inn, P iladelphia--where are mantfac- aged person a large and safe income fbr lite,or to a Sig w theorized on or before the first day of August next;
with ce, ad wnmeet wth immediate despatch t red, and on stantlfor s ay ase purehae o. a eredannoty, tayou which said fund shall be invested by said Commis- me, yet which was impossible for me to
kinds omrehandize desti ned r the West by thisMLine, HATS aod CAPS, of wanted q qualities, and at as low Endowments miay be secured to Minors on arriving at sioners of the Sinking Fund in State Stockor in Stock a o
fro s I~rehants of Philadelphia, will be received at the prices as at any other establishment in the city. maturity, or at any specified age by depositing a small of the Bank of Pennsylvania or the United States, the avert or avoid. I was like one who, borne tt
large Warehouse on the Willsw Street Railway, below 3d, 0: Country Merchants supplied upon the most liberal sum t bih or any time during minority, interest or dividends thereon to be paid into the Coun- on the rapid current of a fast bowing ri- a
and all goods arriving coastwise will be received at the terms. my 3-dtf For further information conrernin ra &, ae. apply at -
Warehouse on the Delaware, known as the Northern Liber- th office of the company.7 south st. ty Treasnc occury for Cunty purposes; and inersofthe Sink- ver, sees the foam of a cataract before
esean bepdieprmtbeR ssel ito the ars.No SIPRIN GAs T ylor O S m -R-LEN A r ing Fund, b death or otherwise, the same shall be him, yet waits passively for the moment f6
transshipment between Philadelphia and HollidaysburE. supplied by the remaining Commissioners; provided of his destruction without all effort to c
nhtlnsuranceecan be effected by this Line.ld r 8 Fire IRsU1race Co. the substitution so to be made shall be first approved gave Thpower which maintained my r
HENV MEFF. Alexandria, -OF THE COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. by the Court of of Common Pleas of the said County. ntde ite power whIc maintained my r
CHARLS PORTERodo. j, Capital authorized by Law, 400,000 dollars. jy 23--dt25A mind in its balance had gradually forsa- f
WM WALKER & Co. do. Charter Perpetual. d 4 l Offce ken me, and shapes of every odd and fan- s
APATTRSON & Co. Willliamsburg, s' goot, ShO e, A* Trunk Store, WaKE both hmited and perpetual insurances on taStic character flitted around and about y
WM MOORE, and others, l0 stores,hotels,mills,barns, stables.carpenter shops, lumber TO THE PUBLIC. me. The ideas and descriptions my S
wrs, meehrnde 1 o r-tr anpoCerntr o of e avr Market ts. de- T HiS wsE rsu i has opwned ahLan Agen le hnd had d onPured assumeed a living, b
C PORTER, A lexandria, 11" EWIS TAYLOR & SONS take this method of in- Applications, either personal or by letter, at the Offee to the citizens of this atid the adjoining counties, in the breathing itality--and I elt like a necro-
A PATTERSON, "W|l ,,,. \3 JLJ forming their cstorners and the public generally, of the Company, S. W. corner of Sixth and Wood streets purchase and saleofReal Estate. From his unlimited mancer waving his wand over the livin, t
A ENNIS, Hownndamsourg, that their store is at the corner of Fitth and Markei. streets, will be decided upon without any delay T acquaintance iu Philadelphia, (having been engaged and the dead. I paused--there was a e
HAW MAO ,POINDElxTER, Pt ur^OREtt, hetmsevetst tre onotam^n e ovear{ 'the MRUan al, aLabor BaIlk, arrangements with the publishers fall the paperspub- dead silence in the lecture room-a h
General Superintendent. cles of a better quality manufactured in the city, as they ,N'orth-east corner of Second and Race streets, lished in this place, and several in Philadelphia, in thought rushed like a meteor flash across t
REF ERare very particular in colecting materials, adl to have IS NOW OPEN its itahien, he t hin ksa he ca snoticeron p spae my brain, and, bursting forth into a loud il
TR&hWHaHart, s V Anersona Son & Co. es. h For the current transaction of BxA xixo business, of all property left with him. Notice shall be given, laugh of hysteric passion, I cried--and I, li
o iRneynouds & co. sWr I Wels, arthes thit pri nbc nch fo al taheaove in addition to the SAvInO FUND of the Propri giving a general description of property,) in at least and I-too, am a maniac. My class rose T
oBnnetade & Co. We rCorbtoCo. tN.B --Patlnt Gum Elastic Blacking, of a superior qua- r. Current Deposites on Interest. The crge will be one dollar and fifty cents for en- like one man-a cry of horror burst s.
J & T Wood fCo. Eagle, Westeott & Cambles. lity. for sale by the groce. dozen, or single box. AILVYcurrentDeposi es. subject tobedrawn for at the tering property on register, and if no sale is effected, through the room. I know no more. il
Mr MotesAtwood, Butlrt Critcher,WmBell&Co.and o. n R C discretion of the Depositors wll be received; and an no further charge will be made. "I was ill, very ill, and in bed. I looked V
PIOi L Ia ite^E, GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE k 1alanee wl terDep ito eaowed themonth- real estate. RAN1NALL M. MADDOCK, around me-every object was familiar to p
[Exclusively for Passengers,] BOOT S ER, I balance of Deots; adan merest ofsix per c Rerence to the foli rn yle Throuh the half-cosed window- t
BY RAIL-ROAD CARS & CANAL PACKETS, No. 66 Chesnut Street, ityhdr heal amoun to rtundsab nr pa Thomas Ross, curtain there streamed a long line of red
FROM (between 2d and 3d streets, south side,) sure. William Field, sunlight--I felt it was evening. There tl

"- ~ ~~~~~~~~By retaining a balanceein Bank for a morro, the Depust- Stephen Brock, Wa ooei h om na ne t
: Philadelphia tO Pittsburg, Informs his friends and customers, tor will be eutilt to fiveperet per annum n its Benjamin Morriswas one n the room and as endea- l
AND BY STEAM BO ITS, and the public mn general, that having made amount, andinlike manner by retaining a balance for S0 Gen. Samuel A. Smith, poured to recall my thoughts sufficiently w
Crr te United States a, large additions to his stock of work on hand, days, the entitles himself to an interest at the rate of six Gn
T aryng the United States MalL as well as improvements in the workmanship percent.onhis balance. Josiah Y. Shaw, Esq. to find out why I was thus, there came g
TO CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLEf, P otf his articles, is now ready to supply persons All accounts of Depositors will bevettled every FO days, R. M. M. continues to cry Public Vendues at his an oppressive weakness over me-I clo- o
-1" EAVESthe West Chester House, corner of Broad and in want; goods in his line, I y the dozen or single pair, of and he Interest curried to thtir credit, unless previously usual moderate rates. Also, drawing of Deeds and an wans oe- l -
Jt Race sts. eve;rytmorning at 8 o'clock, passing over the BOOTS, SHOKS, SLIPPeRS, PUMPS, &c., for CASH, closed at their own request.-The interest will be calcula- other instruments of writing. jy 13-d6m sed my eyes, and tried to sleep. I was b
Columbia and Allegbhenv Portage railroad in daylight. cheaper, for the quality of goods, than can he purchased ted daily on the balance to the credit of the Depositor at
The cars used ulp.. the Columbia rail road arc of the very elsewhere. the closing of the Bank. T. W. DYOTT, Banker roused by some one entering the room-- w
bestdescription, running upon eight wheels, and carrying N. B.-J. T. continues o manufacture to order his well S EPHEZI SIMPSOV. Casher. may S 28-f For Private Sale. it was my friend Dr. G.- ; he walked w
40 passengers. The boats are an improvement on the best known CORK-SOLE BOOTS, with every other article in JOURNEYMEN No. 17-Farm andMills.
ml now in use on the Erie Can). They are furnished the line. Jan 22-dtf J A FIRST RATE FARM, containin 157 acres of stealthily towards my bed, and looked at g
in the best stplo, and run erctusivelii for the accommadatiosn k~~a~ ~i~r'^Klim is AL FIRST' RtATE FARMi, containing 157 acres of ,
fpiamn ere 3.D nt sil al llmlCabinet-Makers' W areroonis, A and, in a high state of cultivation,with GRIST me fixedly for several minutes. I watch-
f 'he proprietors ofthe linehave spared no expensein fit- O cTOR T or Doka' L st Ward No. 48 South Fifth Street, and SAW MILLS attached, on a good stream of wa- ed him closely, and saw that his counte- Sl
ting it up, so as to promote the speed and comfort or pass- ff'-OLLECTOR ofTaxestfor Dock s L scust Ward, tWo MILLS attache on a rem
engersand feel assured that they will still merit and receive also attends to the Collection of Rents, Bills, k .e. PHILADELPHIA. ter; two-thirds of purchasermoneymay remainseured t w k n dance changed as he looked on me; I r
a sare ofthe public patronage to liberally bestowed last Office.No.6 sontfthst. feb 19-d HE Pennsylvania Society of Journeymen Cabinet- i t property-- pe prticu A D K fult his hand trem weslikh h Ap. t
season. 1 -lakers' respectfully announce to their lellow citizens ply to R. M. MADDOCK, felt his hand tremble slightly as he pla- tI
For seats apply atrhe office N. corner of 4th and Ches- Fail'riniollmt-Dal Ice,. of Philadelphia, and of the United States generally, that jy13-d6m Land Agency Office, Doylestown. ced it on my wrist,and heard him mutter n
nut st. and at the N E corner ofrCheinut and Second sts. ,HhF, Directors of the Phi!adelphia Ice Co." have the thy have been eng:,ged during the past winter in making
-at No00 Marketst above 6th-atthe Whie bwan,Race aeton tlngo i p s addiions to there establihment as the great and ra- Private Sale. to himself, in a low tone, My God how tl
--at oand aMarketWest aboe 6thatr H eouhs wnRae I-stsaino ttngt h iiens ot"aPhIde ph i pdly imcreasing demaindtor their Furniture rendered ne.
.ree, andatthe West Chester Houe Iro NGS and the adjoing districts,that after nearly three years of essay. They have recently obtained possession of the No. 19. altered! I heard now a voice at the e:
may 4--dtf Agent for the Proprietors. trials, vexations, and disapomet, tey haveat length trge room on the second oor other old establied TRACT containing 438 acres, of first rate tim- door, saying in a soft whisper-may I b
,. ona r succeed~ed i ecopltiong fihe.r quang nti ty nowepter stand, and have fitted it up on a scale commensurate with l.bered land, situate in Lycoming connty, Pa. ly-co ei.Ted trmaeleepyadt
Blank Books & stationary, P orth sti u o e t unti now the vast patronae wtwhich they honored. heFur-o u uncye mnesom Mnc come in. The doctor made no replyand t
Bln oo s& Sup (owihg to the peculiar entuto or the hi,,use) is Initure with which it is now crosided is of a choice deticrin, Ing contiguous toiduncyecreeki8toiles frortMuncy
8UITABLElobr Country Merchants, with a gene alas fully equal to 500 00 bushels, put up in houses built upon tion, and will be diostd ol. atvery low prices. and 6 from canal and Susquehanna river. There is a my wife glided gently into the apart- li
sortnent of Law Medical, School, a Miscellaneos theol company's ice, it ishardly The great extent to which our business has been carried, ood water power running through said tract (Laurel ment She looked deathly pale and ap
Books, %olesae and tailOt erutohcd andthimmense stock ot'Cabinet Ware now in our rooms,,Run) sufficient to drive extensive saw mills--beingp red toShavelbeenaepig a Sl eand ly
ROBFRT P. DESILVER, necessaryto say any thing, as it is known to the public offers ieduce etts to persons whuop rchasela iur gterli urcenddriv eesbe tat aill to have been weeping.eShelean- Y
Bookseller & Stationr, No. 255 Market street, that it has all been t oken from Fairoun Da -every e.that cannot be met withelseh whomybedis v ered land e tractan be over me, and I felt the warm tears fall o
Piaepiouoersof ai'. o neo f i t rr.rc ar, odadGentlemeun'j omthe South ahti West, who may be di o ldlw
Philadephia, other staiani pooh. posedto 1 honor us with au early visit, will find ample proof Also, another tract containing 465 acres, on the Loy- one hy one upon my forehead. She took ti
Has always en hand a eonplet, antd general assortment Then company will commence the delivery as early in the he accurac of the forcing drclaaionsand we dr,.lit alsock creek, 8 miles from canal and Susquehanna ri- y o Se took
f' MERCHANTS' ACCOUNT BOOKS, manufactured in ensuing mo,,mhl)sicewdl be wanted; in the.mean tim, Ice not will be readily suited, t. quantity, quality, and ver; heavy timbered, and a good stream running my hand within both of hers, and put- u
a superiorstyle-aswellas a stock of Papers, if all the in any quantity and at any hour can be had at the office. price. CRAWFORD RIDDELL, tru t Apy ng m s*
celebrated makers, selected personally, with tihe greatest The prices ill be- feb 7-dtf Sueintendent. through the same. Apply to ting her lips to my ear, said 'Do you o
care and atletion to th surjce and sizing, which hlie will 25 ceits per week lor 4 peck per day. R. M. MADDOCK, know me, William ?' There was a lon w
Rule and Bind to any pattern at the shortest novice, at 37& .. .. ".. .. knowme, Wiiamjy3TheregwascaDlotg w
moderate rate t ,es. 1 y Offi stoawn.P pause. Tried to speak, but I could not e
@31aanksand Public offices supplied on the most a-c* 25ents per obu f ingucrabsl ngedm sa ill obviate rCutleryT ED. Superior Farm-- Bargain. -I endeavoured to make some sign of w
eomtmodating terms. -h or r mkn uharagmnsa il bit !TEN PER CL NT. SAVED.
Ledgers, Journals, Day Books, Cash Books, most of, ift not all, the causes of complaint of previous Persons commencing Housekeeping, Country Merchants, No. 27. recognition, and stared her fully in the di
Receipt Books, Bill Books (various forms) seasons. and others, w ishing to purchase Looking-Glasses Fancy A CHANCE is now offered to those who wish'to face but I heard her say in a broken h1
Check Books, Exchange Blanks, Notes of Hand, Drafts, sders for ice, stating name, place of residence, and Hardware, Cutlery, &c. can sae TEN PER CENT. in A purchase a superior Farm, of about 70 acres of ace ut heard her Say in a broken
Bills of Lading' quantity required, lef, at eniter ofthe 1`0l owing places, will the nir purait hiby aplying to """ *"f"'-; '""* "1"" .;_1,_j.. ., ", ,
Ruled PapeL for Invoices and Accounts Current, be punctuly attended to. f the llowg placeswill their purchases by applying to land in a high state of cultivation, situate within half voice, 'he does not know me now;' and w
Port-Flios or Writing, Superfine and Common Cap, At the office, Nao. l south Sixth street, or with eitherof SERVOSS, amileofDoylestown, on thePhiladelphia and Easton then I felt it was in vain. The doctor y
Letter, Copying, Tissue, atud Blotting Papers, the directors.Thsfrisoefte riltinhscuty
English and American Quaills and Pens, Sai. English, s4 Market st. Alex'r Henry, corner of Cheap Looking GlassandFanc Hard are Store, road.Ti am is oneof he ie t nt ame over, and, taking my wife's hand,
and will be sold a bargain, ifapwlied forsoon. Terms came over, and, taking my wife's hand, m
SteeiPens, BlackdLead Pencils, Market and 9th, John W. Diekion, 118rnorth 9th,.famrries Ab. 60 V .Secon street, easy. Apply to M. MADDOCK, endeavoured to lead her from the w
Glas, Pewter, and otheInk Stands, Wood, 8 north 2d, Edward C. Wayne, cor Market and 4th, Four Doors above Arch-Street,Philaotelphia. 9
Walkden's Black and Red Ink Powder and Liquid Ink, Dr. G. W. Allan, cor Race and 6th, Saml P. Griffits, MONG which are rich Gilt Mantel and Pier :Looking jyPe,Doylstown,P. room. I heard her say, 'not now, not er
Copying Ink and Powder,led td Black Seaing Wax, 8th below hesnut, Ei tWeldinglcor Chesnut and Sehuyl- Glasse MahoanB Pn n Map Fred king
Colored Sealivg Wax, Red aad Black Wafers, kill 7th. Joseph P. Norris.jr. 114 south 4tl> stHenry Hu A se Mogany Pine, an a p A CARDj. now ;' and I sank back into a heavy un- th
Glasses of all kinds, Brass Andirons, Shovels and Tonga, CMLT ecnieslo rtneeue osiuns."t
WaferSeals, plain and cut, her, r. 194 Market st, Joshuia G. Hailker, 46 Arch, William n Knves and Forks, Spoons, Ladles and Skimmers, Japan A COMPLETE merc antile st leo Writin, executed consciousness. to
R odg e rs P en n ives., in g rea t v a riety 'F o rr, 4 *n north 2W Josep h Pid gw ay, c or M ark et an d D ora. W a te B reaS toBask ete, fnee omraaddT ray Pnatedn eastors,
Sand Boxes various Wafer Bo>es,j panned, tur, William Biddle cor Arch and Ihll, Richard Price, cor American Block Tin Ware, such as Coffee and Tea Pots, knowledge to be pre-eminently adapted to business pur. "I awoke from what appeared to have at
Ever-pointed Pencil Cases, Spruce an 51h, C. Marshall, 176 Vinc R. W.Test. h W ,ugar Slop Bowls and Cream Cups to match, making poses, e ling round, bold and legible, taught in the short est .
L.eadsfor ,4. E- nglish and American,. corVine and 8tlh.Ewd NeedlescorRace and12h .Thos _,.% t... .. ........ _-...,,ihle period, bv .. L. DICKSON. been a long and deep sleep I w as.how tO

said-"Are you better, William ?" N
ver till now had my inability to rep
given me any pain or uneasiness-no,
however, the abortive struggle to speak
was torture. I thought and felt that n
senses were gradually yielding beneath
me, and a cold shuddering at my hea
told me that the hand of death was up(
me. The exertion now made to rep
the fatal lethargy, must have been gre
;for a cold, clammy perspiration brol
profusely over my body, and a rushing
sound, as if water filled my ears-a su
cession of short convulsive spasms, as
given by an electric machine, shook rm
limbs. I grasped the doctor's hat
firmly in mine, and starting to the si
ting posture, I looked wildly about m
My breathing became shorter and sho
ter; my grasp relaxed: and I fell bac
heavily in the bed; the last recollect<
of that moment was the muttered e
pression of my poor friend G- sa
ing-'It is over at last.'
"Many hours must have elapsed ere
returned to my consciousness. My fir!
sensation was the cold wind across rr
face, which seemed to come from a
open window. My eyes were close
and my lids felt as if pressed down by
weight. My arms lay along my sid
and though the position in which I la
was constrained and unpleasant, I could
make no effort to alter it-I tried I
speak, but could not.
"As I lay thus, the footsteps of mar
persons traversing the apartment broL
upon my ear, followed by a heavy du
sound, as if some weightyvbody had bee
laid upon the floor--a harsh voice of or
near me now said, as if reading,'Wi,
liamn H--, aged 38 years-I though
him much more.' The words rushe
through my brain, and with the rapidit
of a lightning flash, every circumstance
of my illness came before me, and I no,
knew well that I had died, and for m
interment was intended the awful prepay
rations about me. Was this then death
Qould it be, that though coldness wrap
the suffering clay, passion and sens
should still survive-and that while eve
ry external trace of life had fled, consci
ousness still clung to the cold corps
destined for the earth. Oh how horri
ble, how more than horrible the terro
of that thought. Then I thought i
might be what is termed a trance, bu
that poor hope deserted me,as I brought
to manc tne worag or mne avuet,s wi.,
knew too well all the unering signs o
death to be deceived by its counterfeit
and my heart sank as they lifted me int,
he coffin, and I felt that my limbs haI
stiffened, and I knew this never tool
place in a trance. How shall I tell th,
heart-cutting anguish of that moment, a
my mind looked forward to a futurit
too dreadful to think upon ; when memo
ry should call up many a sunny hour o
existence, the losl offriends,the triumph
of exertion, and then fall back upon thb
dread and consciousness of the ever
busied life the grave closed over-ant
hen I thought that perhaps sense bu
ingered round the lifeless clay, as tihE
spirits of the dead are said to hovet
around'the places and homes they had
oved in life, ere they leave them tor
;ver-and that soon the lamp should
expire upon the shrine, when the temphl
hat sheltered it lay mouldering and in
ruins. Alas how fearful to dream o
even the happirn<. of the past, in tha
cold grave where the worm only isa
Seveller-to think that though-
Friends, brothers, and sisters, are laid side
by side,
Yet none have e'er questioned, nor none have
Yet that all felt in their cold and
mouldering hearts the loves and the af
sections of life, budding and blossoming
s though the stem was not rotting tc
corruption that bore them. I brought
mind the awful punishment of the
despot, who chained the living to the
lead man, and, thought it mercy when
compared to this.
"How long I lay thus I know not, but
he dreary silence of the chamber was
gain broken, and I found that some of
y dearest friends were come to take a
arewell look at me, ere the coffin was
losed on me for ever. Again the hor-
or of my state struck me with all its
orcible reality; and, like ameteor,there
hot throughmy heart.the bittnerness of
ears of misery, condensed into the
pace of a minute. And then I remem-
iered how gradual is death, and how by
degreess it creeps over every portion of
he frame-like the track of".he destroy
r, blighting as it goes-and said to my
eart, all may yet be still within me,and
he mind as lifeless as the body it dwelt
n; and yet these feelings partook of
ife in all their strength and vigor.-
Fhere was the will to move, to speak, to
ee, to live,-and yet all was torpid and
active, as though it had never lived.--
Vas it that the nerves, from some de-
ressing cause, had ceased to transmit
he influence of the brain ? had these
ringed messengers of the mind refused
heir office ?---and then I called to mind
he almost miraculous efficacy of the
rill exerted under circumstances of

reat exigency,and with a concentration
f power, that some men are only capa-
le of. I had heard of the Indian father
xho suckled his child at his own bosom,
'hen he had laid its mother in the
rave; yet was it not the will had
wrought this miracle? I myself had
een the paralytic limb awake to life and
lotion, by the powerful application of
he mind stimulating the nervous chan-
els of communication, and awakening
he dormant powers of vitality to their
exercise. I knew of one whose heart
eat fast or slow as he did wish it. Yes !
thought I, in a transport, the will to
ve, is the power to live; and only
hen this faculty has yielded with bodi-
'strength, need death he the conquer-.
r over us. The thought of reanima-
on was extatic;-but I dare not dwell
pon it-the moments passed rapidly
n, and even now the last preparations
ere about to be made, ere they commit-
d my body to the grave ? And how
as the effort to be made ? If the will
id indeed possess the power trusted in,
ow was it to be applied ? I had often
ished to speak or move during illness,
et was unable to do either. I then re-
nembered that in those cases where the
ill had worked its wonders, the pow-
rs of the mind had entirely centered
themselves in the one heart-filling desire
accomplish a certain object-as the
hlete in the games strains every muscle
Slift some ponderous weight. And

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- 1-II ------ I

At a meeting of the democratic citizens of this
township, held at the house of John Paisley, on
Friday evening, the 12th instant, CHARLES RI-
ZER was called to the chair, and Dr. M. F, Groves
appointed secretary.
The object of the meeting being stated by the
chairman, the following preamble and resolutions
were read and unanimously adopted:
Whereas, The unfortunate local disputes among
the democratic citizens of this township was wisely
and justly referred by the democratic county con-
vention to their delegates for amicable ;ind harmoni-
ous adjustment, and none having taken place, ow-
ing to the passions or uncompromising opinions of
the set representing our opponents, our democratic
brethren in the convention deemed it prudent tore-
fer the whole subject back to the people, appointing
a committee to superintend the election which was
to have taken place at the Commissioners Hall yes-
terday. And the democratic citizens ofMoyamen-
sing having assembled in great numbers to proceed
to poll their votes under the notice of the commit-
tee, were prevented because of the refusal of the
hall by the whig commissioners, and the determina-
tion of the committee not to inspect or superintend
the election unless the hall was opened for their ad-
mission. We did not poll a single vote in opposi-
tion to those who held an election on the steps of
the building, under the superintendance of citizens
of the township, who did not take the necessary
qualifications to discharge the duties of judges with
impartiality and fidelity; but determined to assem-
ble this evening and respectfully submit the whole
matter to the county convention, pledging ourselves
to patiently abide and support any adjustment they
may see fit to make of a question that we have re-
peatedly endeavored to settle to the satisfaction of
our opponents, but were totally unable; therefore,
Resolved, That the claims of our delegates, An-
drew Hooten, Wm H Hartnet, and George Hoffner,
for the East, and Jno. Pascal, Jas. Graham, and
Isaac Shubert for the West, be again laid before the
Democratic County Convention, assuring our de-
mocratic friends composing that Convention of our
entire satisfaction with,and approval of any arrange-
ment they may see fit to make, consistent with the
interests and success of the Democratic party, at the
coming election.
Resolved,That while we respectfully and earnest-
ly claim a representation in the Coqvention, we will
steadfastly sustain any and all nominations made
by them, should our delegates, or a part of them,
be refused seats therein, relying on the justice of
any anticipated settlement of this dispute, which
will be made under their supervision.
Resolved, That for the success of the Democratic
party, and not from a want of confidence in our
cause, we will yet assent to such numbers and indi-
viduals of the delegates above named being received
as the Convention may see fit, believing that the
Democratic party will require the assistance of all
of her friends, in opposing and conquering her com-
mon enemy and her traitor friends.
Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting
be published, and a copy be submitted to the Con-
vention at their meeting on Monday next.
Dr M. F. Groves, Sec'y.

Philadelphia Board of Trade.
Monthly Committee.

Letter Bags,
Up at the Philadelphia Exchange.
Ship Pocahontas, West, Liverpool, Aug. 20
Ship Pioneer, Coxe, Buenos Ayres, Aug. 12
Ship John Sergeant, Vandycke, New Orleans, soon
Ship Robert Morris, Singer, New Orleans, soon
Ship Archer, Marston, New Orleans, son
Brig Elvira, Day, Montevideo & Buenos Ayres, soon
Brig Treaty, Dunton, Natchez (Miss) soon
Brig Athalia. Tilton, Mobile, soon
Brig Tacon, (new) Tatem, Mobile, soon
Brig Frances, Croft, Savannah, soon
Schr Cyrus, La Guayra, soon
rAII Letters intended to be forwarded by the Li-
verpool Packets, and other vessels advertised in the
above list, mUst be left at the Foreign Letter Office
up stairs,) Philadelphia Exchange, and not dropped in
the Post Office-below.

Port of Philada.-Aug. 15.
Ship Vandalia, Sprague, 41 days from Liverpool,
with mudze to S. Morris Wain & Co. 8 passengers. 91
miles rastward of Capes, spoke brig Aladdin, fm Port-
land, bound to Philadelphia.
Barque Adelaide, Bainbridge, 49 days from London-
derry, with salt, and 182 passengers,to Robert Taylor.
Left ship.Emma, to sail in 2, and ship Robert Carr. to
sail in 10 days for Philadelphia, with passengers..
Brig Canton, Drinkwater, 13 days from Calais, Me.
with laths, to captain.
Brig Anawan, Gage, 8 days from Fall River, in bal-
last, to captain.
Brig Pilot, Milton, 17 days from Kingston,Jam.with
mdze to C F King. Left no Am. vessels at K. Brig
Pioneer,Nowlan, frem and for Philadelphia. Passen-
gers, Mr Husbandland lady, Rev John Smith and la-
dy, Mrs Balls; Messrs Scott, Crockett, Basset, March,
Lawson, Havwkins, and one in the steerage.
Brig Emily, Stotesbury, 16 days from St. Jago de
Cuba, with sugar, coffee, &c. to J B Remndon. Sailed
in co. with schr Ariel, Fautrel, of New Orleans, from
Philadelphia. for Newport.
Brig-Attention, Snow, 6 days from Boston, plaster,'
to Grant & Stone.
Brig Eley, Wells, 14 days from Sydney, N. S. with
coal, to G W Rhodes.
Schr Young James., Dow, 7 days from Salem, with
mdze to T Deland & Co. 41
Schr Alexander, Huntington, 3 days from N York,
with mdze to Palmer & Hale.
Schr Lion,Baxter, 4 days from Bostonwith mdze to
Thos Moore.
Schr Sarah, White, 8 days from Portland, with mzz
to captain.
Schr Olive, Davis, 10 ds from Eastport, with plaster
and lath. to captain.
Schr Frederick Lucy, Lewis, 5 days from NewBed-
ford, in ballast, to captain.
Schr Harrisburg, Cannon, 2 days from Baltimore,
with mdze, to Joseph Hand.
Schr Franklin, Eldridge, 6 days from Boston, with
mdz to Thhmas Moore.
Br Sehr Victory, Kinney, 15 de f'om St. Johns, N.B.
with plaster aafi-htf to A. C. Barclay &Co.
Schr Hoogley, Verany, 6 days from Bangor, with
lath andi shad, to captain.
Schr Temperance, Leech,12 days from Cherryfield,
with lumber, to captain.
Schr Davenport, Baker, 3 days from N Bedford, in
ballast, to captain
Schr Ienry Clay,Waples,2 days from Indian River,
with pig iron, to captain.
Stoop Exchange, Middleton, 4 days from Madison,
with stone, to captain.
Sloop Samuel L Southard, 2 days from Baltimore,
with mdze to Jas Hand.
Brig Only Son, of New Orleans; 2 herm brigs; 3
Brig Palm, Atkins, Boston, Grant & Stone.
Brig Fairy, Doane, Boston, A C Barclay & Co.
Schr Mirror,A uchineck,Matanzas,Anguera & Cur-

Schr Orator, Somers, Richmond, Jos Hand.
Schr Halifax, Henry, Norfolk and Petersburg, Jag
Barge Comet, Thoburn, N York, Geo McHenry.
Arrived in the Schuylkill.
Brig Duan, Snow, round from Delaware.
Schr Ward, St John, do do
Envoy, Reed, do eo :
Excellent, Baker, do do
Mercy, Kelly. do do
Strafford, Cutter. do do
Thorn, Loveland, do do
SMexico, Haley, do do
Commerce, Messer, 3 days from Newport.
Sanop, Park, 5 days from New London.
Sun, Scull, 3 days from New York.
Cleared f-om the Schuylkill.
Schrs George Alford. Hartford; Experiment, Carson;
Belle, Lymer; Aner, Smith; Senator, Birdsall; Henry
Lemuel, Kramer; Copper, Sharp, ;N York; Vesta,
Tuckar, Marblehead; Hope & Susan, Nantucket;
Leopard, Gardner, Portland, Mokena, Blackwell,
Whale ship North America; brigs Lark, and Rus-
sell, and several brigs unknown, went to sea on Fri-
day morning.
Ship Plato. Tubbs, for Madeira,was spoken 4thinst.
lat 39. 05, long 71, 03.
Brig Magoun, Duling, was dis'g at St. Thomas,26th
Brig Svlph, Atkins, cleared at Boston on Wednes-
day, for Philada.
Schr Belle, Lewis, hence at New Haven on Wed-
nesday. Sailed same day, schr Choice, for Philadel-
Schrs Henry Clay,Kelly, and George & Henrv,Bas-
sett, sailed from Providence on Wednesday, oibr Phila-
Schr John Jay, Briggs, hence at Providence, 12th
inst. Sailed same day, brig Phosbe, Philada.
Schr Dorcas, Dennison, hence at Portsmouth on Sa-
turday last.
Schr Joseph Holhrook, Doughtry, cleared at NYork
on Friday, for Philada.
Schr Margaret, Marks, hence at Alexandria, 11th
Schr Caspian. Miliken, hence at Boston, llth inst.
Schr Jane, Trip, hence'at New Bedford. 10th inst.
Schr March, Duane, hence at Salem, 9th inst.
Schrs Lewis, Spicer; Lady Washington, Jefferson;
Jane, Blackman, and Cornelia, Birdsall,hence at New
York on Saturday.
Democratic Association, L. L.-The Democratic As-
sociation of the Northern Libertieswill meet on Tues-
day evening next, August 16th, at 7J o'clock, at the
Constitutional House, 3d street, opposite the Commis-
sioners' Hall.
B. E. Carpenter, Se'e-.
Lewis Snell, e .
0:r The Packers of China, Glass and Earthenware,
are requested to meet at Thomas Crelley's, sign ofthe
Harp, in 6th street above Market, on Monday even-
ing, 15th inst. at 8 o'clock, on business of vital import.
iKY An adjourned meeting of the Democratic Asso-
ciation of Kensington, will ha held at the h.,...- n

f gM" g W e t. ,,u W 1 t'>1.l ti le 4 0 l any Arfgu s, art i t atc ,, T-'. W rt &."-tW p e c p d Into out Pt.'f ,h'Ie .'- ,: S nll s t t wat A la d
^"^-^ *of results in the coouflg Presidential Election, per of Friday lastfrom the New York Gawette, an VISIT OF THE PRESIDENT OF TH U. CITY W ORTHIES.-No. 6.
^^ .ftl: ( which the opposition would do well to peruse -s a article on the subject of this family, which is now t an early hour on Monda morning, the var, p f subscribers,
matter of reference after the contest, to see who said to contain various gross exaggerations and u roads leading into town were thronged with we Publish bRow Athe requesketch of P rysubrte reat
PP nr Nnr Za E are the best. prophets, the friends of Van Buren, or misrepresentations. The following refutation of people on horseback, and the favorable indications Used-up, of which a number of our cutemporaries have
the friends of llarrison. There are few politicians them is from the New York Evening Post of Pri- of a fine day gave promise of an unusually large been pleased to express themselves in a very compli-
W T F'= M ,y* N.p T. in the country better able to frame such an esti- day: concourse of citizens from the neighboring towns mentary manner. In addition toour desire to comply
mate than the editor of the Artus, and that his pro- Whitaker, the father, who is mentioned in the and country. At eight o'clock a very large party of with the wishes of those who asked for the republica-
BY IFFI L PARRY, diction will be riid in tis in stance, no disp .s- article to which we allude as having formed the gentlemen, mounted upon fine horses, and arranged tion, it is a matter of duty towards Peter to give him
BYNo. 99 S. Second street, third door above Walnut. s ever is e n sa design of putting his son to death with his own in military order by Col. Willct, (Marshal of the another hearing, for he has been unfairly handled in
No.99 S. Second street, third door above Walnut sionate observer of the signs of the times can pre- hands, in case he should not be pardoned or make day) and his assistants, left town to meet the Pres- his travels. The sketch, fro the pen of one of the
DAILY PAPER-Ei ht Dollars per annum, tend to doubt. Every recnt occurrence in the his escape, has, we are informed, been dead for ident,having learned that he had sojourned the night editors of this paper, originally appeared, nearly a year
THREE TIMES A WEEK-FiveDolls. per annum, political field has been of a nature to force the con- many years. The mother and sister of the young previous with his old friend Mr. Gammon, of Sulli- since, in the columns of the Gentleman's Vade Mecum
PATABLE ALF TEARLY IX ADVANCE. eviction, even upon the mindsof thile opposition, that Whitaker who committed suicide in prison, are van county, and would start for Jonesborough after It was extracted by one of our colemporaries, who so
-- the fall of the present year will be distinguished by persons of excellent character; thesister, who is rep- breakfast. At the distance of seven or eight miles docked and mutilated Peter, and packed his narration
ione of the most signal and triumphant democratic resented as threatening to train up her little chil- from the town, tile procession met the President, so full of errors, that he who stood in the close r la
vitories ever t alll nd Thre isu no mph tant ii dren to put to death the Governor of Louisiana, accompanied by his secretary, Major Donelson, and tion of paternity to him, found it rather difficult to re.
victories ever achieved. There is no mistaking the judge who sentenced and the jailer who e onfin- a number of the citizens of Blountville and vicinity, cognize his own child. In this condition, and with an
Monday, August 15, 1836. the indications-he that runs may read: ed her brother is a young lady unmarried of sin- He was on horseback, and seemed in fine health erroneous credit, the article went the rounds of the

DE MIOCRATIC THE PRESIDENTIALCELECTION. gular beauty, accomlplished an amiable. Tire story and spirits. The horsemen took open order on tire newspaper press. It is now republished entire ; or
Coup d'ail of 'the Canvass. of their furnislhing young Whitaker with laudanum right and left of the road, and when the President rather for the entertainment of' those who have read
Republican NonminaUtons: In presenting our readers with the following cs,- to destroy his life was never heard of in New Or- had reached the most central position, r. Kennedy it before, it is re-writte. Those which were con-
FOR PRESIDENT, timate of the approaching Presidential canvass, we leans; and that of her arming herself to assassinate. advanced towards him, and in conformity with tie sidered dtoieat pointsaire retained, ant enough is add-
lARTIN VAA BUREA. do so with the conviction that the result will con. himn on his way to execution, in case he shouldenot appointmentabyethenmeetingofSaturday'odelivered edtotgive iteanoair of freshness. The writer has at-
firm it in all respects, save in such instances as die by his own hand, is as improbable a slander as to him a brie' but feeling and eloquent address, of tempted to be undp Peter Brush ; at not he slihame ti ap
FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, we shall enumerate, and in which the chances are could have been invented. The second brother of which we have been politely furnished with the o- wishing it to be ,nderytood that ntion, is inghtest anded
RICHA D ilA. SoinO SON. more favorable for the Baltimore nominees than we Whitaker, who is said in the Gazette to have been lowingsketch: pr ach to party sati merel y a playful delineation of a clasnded.
have set them down. shot, is a personage who never existed. There was "General lAtEw JACS ONtFe sketch ia mdesre, a playful delineation of a e lwboys-
ElectorVANBt V R-x. WHITE. but one brother, Warren Whitaker, who is alive resident ealof the Umanite of States of a:ter certain into alldespeandent pameizanes teof our revoluwbotion,
Electoral Ticket. Virginia 23 South Carolina, It yet; and this, together with the character of the famr- S : On behaltof many of the citizens of a ler certain independent par t Peter'izans of ou r r evoltio
Gen. Robert Patterson, Senatorial. Pennsylvania, 30 Tennessee, 15 ily, makes the story of their refusing to pay the Washington county, I have been deputed to meet s Struggle. It will be t comprehension of a cquinglre
1. Th. D. Grover, 12. Thos. C. Miller Ohio, 21 person whom they employed to execute a bust of you at this place, and give you a hearty welcomene o ndecrion and that he hol
2 Josh Burden, 13. Wmin. Clark, New York; 42 26 the deceased, and even waylaying him to take his during the short sojourn you may make, on your himself ready to take office, either nder the Gnera
Samuel Badger, 14. John Mitchell, North Carolina, 15 life, utterly improbable. The presence of many way to the Hermitage. I should not execute this Administration or the City Administration; either un
3. John Naglee, 15. Leonard Rupert, Maine, 10 HAInisox. highly respectable persons of Louisiana at the commission acceptably to the greatbody of the peo der Rimter, of Pennsylvania, or Marcy, of New York
4. Gardner Furness, 16. Geo. Kremer, New Hampshire, 7 Kentucky, 15I funeral of young Whitaker is a testimony of the pie, or correspondent with my own judgment and But as he is himself sufficiently clear on that head, it
Oliver Allison, 17. AWin. R. Smith, Rhode Island 4 Maryland 7 general regard entertained for thie family. feelings, were I to omit to state, that as we were a- i improper to anticipate him, and we content our
J. B. Stenr gMyers, 19. WS. L. Carpenter, Uonnecticut, 8 Delaware, 3 The naked truth of the aflhir is this. Young mong the first to invite you to become a candidate selves with asking whether one party or the other wil
6. Henry Chapman, 20. Robt. Patterson, New Jersey, 8 Whitaker had killed a man in the fury of intoxica- for the Presidency, so from the commencement to nt provide for him ?
7. Jacob Kern, 21. W. M'Williams, Maryland, 3 25 tion. He was tried for the offence. His mother, the present, we have been the constant supporters
8. Jacob Dillinger, 22. Dr. J er, Georgia 11 brother and sister came to New Orleans, attended of your administration; an administration which,we PETER BRUSHl,
9. Paul Geiger, 23. Rob Indiana, 9 WEBiSTER.. the trial, and used every exertion to efitct his ac- are proud to acknowledge, has been prompted by TH GEAT SE-UP.
10. Calvin Bythe, 2. JoP iers, Mississippi, 4 Massachusetts, 14 quittal. He was condemned to die, and they exert- enlightened wisdom and patriotism, and which, i It wa November; soon after election time, when a
11. Henry Welsh, Illinois, 5- ed themselves with equal ill success to induce the our history will be distinguished for the benefits it cortiderable portion of the political world are apt to
County COnVentiOh Missouri 4 DouBTFrrU.. Governor and Senate to commute his punishment, has conferred on our beloved country, be despondent, and external things appear to do their
The Democratic County Convention, agree- Alabama, 7 Vermont, 7 They even endeavored to effect his escape. The When you were inaugurated, our foreign rela- utmost to keep them so. November, the season of de
ably t o adjournment, will meet at (Berril's) corner Michigan, 3 Louisiana, 5 young man was determined not to die on the gallows; tions were in a most perplexed condition. The jection, when pride itself loses its imperious port
ofably to adjournment, will meet at (Berrilh August, ) co Arkansa s, 3 and his brother furnished him with a knife, with commercial countries of Europe had committed de- when ambition gives place to melancholy; when
of Ninth and Green, THIS DAY, 15th August, 12 which he instantly put an end to his own life. His predations on our commor<,in violation of the laws beauty hardly lakes the trouble to look in the glass
at 3 o'clock, P. M. 217 body was given up to his friends and buried with of nations; and had, by one pretext or other, with- and when existence doffis its rainbow hues, and wean
LEMUEL PAYNTER, President. ire opp. vote, military honours. These facts we believe have all held indemnity. And it became youi-.nous duty, n aspect of such dull, common-place reality, that hope
Geo. C. Stevenson, including do ubt- been published in the newspapers, and made the through the instrumentality of judicious treats, i.. the world for a temporary excursion, and those
Jacob Hubeli, fries ludng doubt 7 subject of much remark. The other parts of the re-establish the harmony whicn had been interrupt- who cannot do without her inspiring presence, borrow
-- Mr. Van Buren's s tory in the Gazette are doubtless pure inventions, ed between our own government and several of the the aid of pistols, cords. and chemicals, and send
DEMOCRATIC M ajority, 140 or the exaggerations of rumor. We are assured that European powers, and thereby obtain that justice themselves on a longer journey, expecting to find he
General W ard Committee. Of the nineteen states, giving an average of 217 the young man had not, as is asserted i ath On j.h before t ehat time had been withheld. We re- by the way:-a season when the hair will y rotS tay
The Delegates of the respective wards elected on votes for Mtr. Van Buren, the better informed of the zette, "committed one murder at least, previous to joice that we have lived to see these difficulties ad- in curl; whiment of paper-hangings, anwalls weep dewy drop, to the
Monday, the 8th of August, 1836, are requested to opposition,we ventureto say,do notindulge the hope that for which he was convicted." Nobody in justed we had a large amount of nation. gral ciest of colouring with which theyangse d of every sp; wh
meet at the County Court House, corner of 6th and of carrying any one of them. Some of their news- New Orleans suppose that the family entertain debt to pay, which is now discharged. Intestine the ban ters distil liquids, any thing but benecia
Chesnut streets, on Wednesday evening, the 17th papers claim the three first, viz: Virginia, Ohio and least idea of revenge against the governor, thejudge debt to pay, whieh is now discharged. Intestines te bannisters distil liquids, any ntur fills the ponds, an
inst. at 8 o'clock. Pennsylvania, with an occasional pretended possi- or the jailer, dissensions were subdued by your patriotic measures, to form ofa bank when window-washing is te only species ofnds, amuse
ability of carrying New York. But thisis for elect We have been desired to make th ese statements and that Hydra to civil liberty, in the formons of maent at all popular amoshing is the only sekeepecies of amuse.
PENNSYLVANIA. and doubtless in pursuance of the suggestions of from a regard to truth, and in justice to the ladies of of the United States, with its hundred millions of liutIt wa on tle worst of nights in that woekeeperst of sea
It gives us unfeigned pleasure to notice the per- the Harrison convention, that nothing could be the Whitaker family, whose character is cruelly as- bn has been crushed, and we trust foreverupting influ- It was olosphere worst of nights in conditioners of seawhichi
feet harmony which reigns throughout the Demo- gained by conceding the success of the friends of sailed in the article to which we allude. There are ence has been crushed, and we trust ve employed a- is difficult to sphere was in a condition of which may bi
critic party. It is the harbinger of destruction to the administration, and that something might be at this moment in this city several personsfrowise and energetic measures you have expand again stat- disposedffiult to applaud withe doings of nature. It wa
e u o t m w h r saved, and their friends kept from absolute despon- New Orleans, of thie highest respectability, who will against it. Wea r Whitnea had nby some means damp, foggy, and izzling; to um up it imperfc
l vhe author o mr hdency' and the abandonment of their cause, by confirm the statements we have made." oedr that a certain M cor. hite hadby some en ns a o ous and dcnptive epithet, it wa
Pennsylvania for the last eight months. The sway claims of strength and the pretended expectation of o the Trpiner without law ,nd against the d inaSin ord muggy weather." The air hung about thw
of Anti-masonry and Whiggery draws rapidly to a of bringing the election to the House of Represen- CORONER'S REPORT. of the Treasury wit hout law, and against the y- fer in warm, unealthy folds, and traced th
close; and it is to be hoped that the prostration in tatives. For this purpose it is more convenient or On the 8th instant an inquest was held on the rules of common honesty-this we cannot credit, arch from i shirt collar and from the boso of hi,
October will be so complete that neither the one more politic to claim the large than the small states, body of Wmin. Deckard, supposed to be about 30 and we claim it as due to your friends to know dicky, with as much irapidityas it robbed bohis spirits o
nor the other will be heard of in Pennsylvania But we feel confident that they do so without any years of age. Verdict, death by accidental drown- whether it is true or otherwise.ldicky, wth astic ity an it Ih e ssgar of
nor the other will be heard of Pennsylvania foundation i the actual state of ins even if ng in the river Delaware, in consequence of being We have now the happiness to meet you under their elasticity, and melted the sugar of sele mpla
again. Sincethey have persuaded themselves, bof the frequent thrown overboard by the main sheet of the sloop circumstances the most grateful to our feelings,whe- ghastly white glare, and were so hemmed in with va
tions, (for it cannot be called a union,) the De- reiteration ofa fiction, that the chances in those Democrat. It is said the deceased has a sister living their in reference to an overflowing treasury,the pory wreaths, that their best efforts could not project
mocracy of the State has been 'hushed in grim re- states are in their favor. The fallacy of the pre- somewhere in the city, and a wife living at Trenton. peace and prosperity that prevail through our ex- a ray of light three feet from the burner. Gloom wa
pose,'and anxiously awaiting the moment when the tence is shown sufficiently by their course in rela- An inquest was held on the 9th instant on the tended country, or in reference to that pecuhliar af- universal, and any change, even to the heat of Africa
decisive blow should be struck. The moment ap- tion to New York. But we have affirmative proof body of Peter C. Johnson, a colored man, 45 years section which had been entertained by e people o or to the frosts of the Arctic Circle, would, in compa
p ees, ab w. sVresntucka .o V a doubt of ~.na fa-p to oof age. Verdict, death from some cause unknown. this country for you, for nearly half a century. If risen, have been delightful. The pigs' tails no long
preaches, and if we are not much deceived, it will e result or Mr. Van Buren in that common- On the same day, an inquest was held on the your patriotic services and sacrifices, through a long waved in graceful sinuosities; while the tail of eac
be nalized by one of the most complete triumphs voealth. The opposition, ifunited upon one single body of Rosanna Martin, a colored woman, 65 or and eventful life, could cease to be felt, elsewhere, night-roving, hectoring bulldog, ceased flaunting to
on the part of the democracy of the Keystone, that candidate of unquestionable strength, would scarce- 70 years of age. as having conferred singular benefits upon your ward the clouds, a banner of wrath and defiance t
it has ever been our province to record, ly enter the field with the expectation of success.- Also at the same time and place, on the body of country, they never can be forgotten in the county punier creatures, and hung down drooping and deject
This triumph is not only important as it regards Divided as they are between two can didates,indi-Sarah Frisby, aged 35 years, and daughter of Ro- of Washington, where you first become a resident ed, an emblem of a heart little disposed to quarrel
the politics of tumph is not onlylvan important as it regards Divided as theyak, andre betweeah in two candidates, einna Martin. Verdict in both cases, death from of the state, and with many of our forefathers, one arid offence. The ornamentals of the brute creation
the politics of Pennsylvania: but its moral influence vidually weak, and each mnsistmng upon the entire sann a .'*..I1 s, of the early pioneers of Tennessee. being thus below par, it was not surprising that men
upon those of the Union will be incalculable. Our support of the opposition, and each impatient of a causes unknown.-Inq. of th can be hardly o necessary to state, that as we iu,, eares on their shouldernt, sand rprisiaggednesths in tihei
D m rai fr e d sh u d r e b e th t t e r at Preference given to the other. the y are literally I a e h r l e e s r o s a e h t a e t n e n t e r s i u ke s rd r g e n s n t e
Democratic friends should remember that the rcat i ithopeas ettcy are certainly without strength r insls.-Between eleven and twelve o'clock on have, when fairly represented, unflineh;nSy stood trousers, should likewise be moremelancholy than o
bat le is to be fought in October, in which if the In Ohio, thoroughly a democratic state, and associ- Wednesday evening of last week, a fire broke out by you heretofore, we shall hereafter be found, so occasions of a brighter character. Every one at a
enemy are routed they will be scattered into frag- ated by the strongest ties of political, business and in the Linseed Oil Factory of M. & S. LEwis, sit- far as we are concerned, among your steady subject to the skiey influences," who has had trouble
me ats.Should they receive such a defeat as we an- geographical affinity with New York, where the ated between Schuylkill Seventh and Eighth sti. supporters, during the remainder of your adminis- enough to tear his clothes, and to teach him that th
ticipate, as d as woave no doubt they will receive, peogrple of the state w av e never thought of the eleva- There was abundant materials fora conflagration; tration,of such measures as shall redound to the per- staple of this mundane existence is not exclusively
ticipate, and as wl ave no doubt they will receive, people ei of H arrison beyond a county clerkship, and but te usualt intrepidity of our firemen succeeded in manent welfare of our country, and your individual made up of fun. has felt that philosophy is buta barome
tin Van Buhey will be un e to rallyrried in PeNo vember, and Mia by where his association beons have been all w ith the oppo-, an rrestingthe flames fame." trial affair, and that he who is proof against sorro
' ti Van Bur will be carried in Pennsylvania by of the democratic party, they ave o inten- Another fire broke out on Thursday evening, be- The President's reply was as follows: when the air is clear and bracing, may be a very mi
a glorious and triumphant majority. neion t o ontribute tor his sudden accession to the tween 8 and 9 o'clock, in the Laboratory of Messrs. Sir: The cheering welcome given me on this serable wretch, with no greater cause, when the win
It should also be borne in mind that Pennsylva- presidency. The chances of the opposition inOhio Carter & Scattergood, at the corner of Pine and occasion by the citizens of Jonesborough and its vi- sits in another quarter.
ia leadss off." Her election comes on early. Her rest upon a foundation as slight as their hope of Schuylkill Fourth street. The Engine and Hose cinity, is received with feelings of the deepest sen- Peter Brush is a man of this susceptible class. 11i
moral nfluence has alwaysetion comes on grearlyt-but then irest Virgiupon a foundation as slight asrepublican their hope by Companies repaired to the spot with their wanted sibility. Accompanied. as it has been by the senti- nervous system is of the most delicate organization
moral influence has always been great-but then it Virgnia. T(.e success of the republican ticket, by alarpanies repaired t ~sp oonl eetedth ments you have just declared, it excites reflections and responds to the changes of the weather, a. a
must be greater than ever. The Democracy of the at least the usual majority, may be counted upon. alacrity, when their exertions soon prevented tine metsy bosom which I fejust declared, any language which I Eonlian harp sings to the fichangl swellings of the breeze, as a
Udon have their eyes fixed upon her, and we are From Pennsylvania, we have assurances from re- spread of flames and preserved large amount of in em bosom which I fear any l anguage which I Eolian harp sad nt the fit swellings ofthe brseza
confident when we say she will not disappoint lable t s t vote oBuren will property. eight years have passediaway sinceI first came ito e rhe because, unlike the younger Brutus, he hadcoutuWnh hain eshna
confdentwhenwetsybse wilsno tisppoitheghtaearshavepassdvaayesncer firtscaest

them. ntobe ss th eaggre aterorMessrs. WASHINGTON MONUMENT. this happy land. Forty years ago, I was its sole Portia near to tell him that such exposure was no
Wolf and Muhlenberg, and that his majority will t representative in Congress; and now pycal," and that it was the part of prudence o g
------- consequently equal their joint majority over Mr. he Board of Managers of the Washington Na- represent t e m in cl ton est a to learnhieto bed, or that, although aware of the dangers of mg
CRAWFORD COUNTY. Ritncr, viz. about 10,000. The opposition also tional Monument Society" invite DESIGNS for thiste astst b i ma to a man of his constitution, he did not happen
The Democratic County Convention assembled put in a claim to Alabama. If it be based upon structure intended as a memorial of a NATION s has been since subjected, there has been no change at that precise moment to have access to either house
at Meadville on the 8th inst. ifty-four delegates the legislative nomination of Judge White, the sub- GRATITUDnE. It would beto fetter genius to pre- in the'confidence and partiality which its inhabi- orbed; in his opinion, two essential prerequisites t
at Meadville on the 8th inst. Fifty-four delet s seqntent reversal of that nomination by a decided scribe any limits to the exercise of its powers,which tants so early and so generously bestowed upon me, couching himself, as hlie regarded taking it al fresc
were in attendancerepresentingvote of the popular branch of the legislature, places should, however, blend durability, simplicity and is an honor which fills my heart with emotions of on a cellar door, not likely to answer any sanitar
Wm. Kerr, Esq. of Vernon township, was chosen the matter at least upon questionable grounds, so grandeur. Although it is impracticable at present gratitude and thankfulness to that Providence in purpose. We incline ourselves to the opinion that h
President. Hugh Brawley, and James Beatty, far as that can be considered an indication. But to estimate the extent of the contributions that may whose hands are the destiniesof us all. Allow me was in the dilemma last mentioned, as it had prev
were nominated for the. Assembly, and George all our information from the state satisfies us that be made, the designs may be predicated on an ex- to assureyou, sir, that at no former period have I Ously been tie f r
Shellito and D. M. Farrelly, as] delegates to the the strength of Judge White is waning daily, and penditure of rnot les than one million- f dollars... a o te country ,in whose service I have spent lancholy as an unbraced drum, "a gibbed cat, orstreetasm
Convention to amend the Constitution. Delegates that thileJ... ,i. e.. "" u.;.a. ra a n s as to ofer, in this instance, a peu- a great portion of mvy life, and witnessed the most lugged bear."
were appointed to the Congre aCooventon tho hthe stru ge will be severe, it will teirimi- niary reward. The artist whose design shall be of those political events which have influenced its Seated upon the curb, with his feet across the gut
-.. .n,. ,.. o "-. tecommed4ed to support na -Tacdedliy in favor of Mr. Van Buren. adopted will feel amply renumerated; and all the de- prosperity. ter, he placed his elbow on a stepping-stone, and, lik
thd Hon. John Galbraith, as a candidate for Con- With regard to the other states, which we have signs will be bound and carefully preserved;for which Paking my views of public duty from the Juliet on the balcony, leaned his head upon his hand-
gress. Conferees were appointed to the Con- set down for the opposition, or as doubtful, it is by it is requested that they be sketched, as near as may school of the revolution, by which we achieved our a hand that would perhaps have been the better of
vention to nominate a candidate for Senatorial de- no means certain that Tennessee will give its vote be, on paper of a uniform size, of the dimensions of liberties, I have endeavored to follow the lights af- covering, though none would have been rash enough
mention Judge White Several of our friends in that sixteen by twenty-two inches. The designs to be forded by the examples of the patriots who founded to volunteer to be a glove upon it. He was in a di
legate to the Convention to amend the Con state, familiar with its politics and with the senti- directed to GEORGE WATTERSON, and who reformed our system of Government. If I lapidated condition-out at elbows, out at knees, ou
tuition. W M. Perkins was recommended as the nts of the people, insist that the chances are not Secretary. have been so far successful as to have done nothing of pocket, out of office, out of spirits, and out in th
candidate for that office, in his favor. Kentucky would undoubtly give its to impair their sacred work, and shall leave, at the street-an "out and outer" in every respect, and a
---- vote for Mr. Clay, if he were in the field; but we A CutAsn.-The four story brick store owned by close of my administration, our country and its free outre a mortal as ever the eye of man did rest upon
ERIE COUNTY. doubt that it will do so for Harrison. Col. Johnson's B. Rathbun, on Buffalo Creek, fell down (says the institutions in the happy state you have described, For some time, Mr. Brush's reflections had been silen
Delegates to the Erie County Democratic Con- deserved popularity, and the absence of any popu- Buflalo Star of the 8th inst.) on Saturday night I shall feel myself fortunate far beyond my merits. Following Hamlet's advice, he gave them an under
entio et in the bor h of Erie on the 2d inst. lar feeling in favor of Gen. H., will probably carry last, in consequence of the great weight of produce The applause you have bestowed upon me will be standing, but no tongue;" and he relieved himself a
eon, met e oug o e on the t r tic electoral ticket N thele it contained. The content were ;about 50,000 due to the people whose firmness, intelligence, imervals, by spitting forlornly into the kennel. A
onleogates were appointed to the Congressional ced estate to th o ti In the d t bushels of corn and oats, besides other articles of and virtue, have upheld and stimulated my exer- length, suffering his locked hands to fall between hi
Convention at Titusville on the 23d inst., with in- Iates, the chances re at least equal- great weight. The building was very narrow, and tions, knees, and heaving a deep sigh, he spoke :-
Struclions to support the Hon. John Galbraith for Iv in favor of the democratic ticket. The friends of 128 feet deep. The loss of the building and con- You have done me but justice, sir, in refusing A long time ago my ma used to put on her spec,
a re-nomination, Conferees were appointed to Mr. Van Buren in Vermont are sanguine of sue- tents is about $40,000. to credit the declarations which have been made re- d say enter, my so, put tyour trust in princes;
meet those of Craw'ford County to nominate a can- cess; and the result of the recent election in Louisi- specting the agency ascribed to Mr. Whitney in knd becfu e none on h ven'r wanted to t on
didate for delegate to the Convention to amend the ana, as well as other indications, show how little ME ACr o Y Occscr.--We learn, by a the management an one ohedubi nothing of me, and I never see a prince or a kinger
, Const;itution from this Senatorial district. They doubt may be really entertained as to the vote of letter from iCaptain Perry, of the ship Alahama, da- Ths elrtoshv heen^ cotrdite byfe othng of two, and thneer sa eea prin~ed out aoingl
e nst te tm s rt Henry Coltr Esq. that state. The return of a decided majority of the td O ains July 2th, that Maam Merier, quent ilr ad wn ebe fae uoe or to, a the r c o
friends of Mr. Van Bureo to the state legislature, who went out in that ship, and who is supposed t 10 y on at al coneran with the prceinso fic-,Ptnot brynourthuting poftc e them.'ri s. pyooen

---I"8 Aand the probable election of a democratic Senator in have been partially deranged, was lost overboard, the session of Congress which has just closed. The Putnot Your mtrst in poltarytohem' my senb
NORTH CAROLINA ELECTIONS, C e, prognostics of the issue when four days at sea, having gone on deck without rumors whiqh have prevailed on the subject are like mo ntei. IYou ht ca wh el thr ton od neb
The following are the returns of the North Ca- of the Presidential contest.-Albany Argus. the knowledge of the servants. She was missed in many other fabrications which have been put afloat tried both, and I know. Put not your trust in politi
rolina elections as fsr as received. The numbS a few minutes, but as the ship was going at the rate with the view of prejudicing the republican cause, eianers, or you'll get a hyst."
on the first and second columns indicate the mere- Spirited Afeadr.--The St. Augustine Herald has ohsvnkosa outeewsn oer.f ngboddlnd ernogh th xoe haecorrpions of teb Bak werentgong on rightt;cso Ipietoty headl gathv e mye
bears of the Legislature, the following notice of a skirmish at the mouth of of the United States. up tee-totally to the good of the republic, and left thb
.. .. ... ... BacCreek lorida.nte 29th ult. between a Fair Retort.-In olden time, whan the men ".I beg leave to repeat my hearty thanks for the shop to look out for itself. I was brim full of patriotism

Frankl 3 96 3-o -. -
Edgeomb, 3 1179 75 detachment of U. S.troops, 15 in number, under the of whale oil, had "bpt little correspondence with cordial reception given me by the citizens of Wash- and so uneay in my mind for the salivation of free
44 102 coinmdialofrLie t. oerbertnand aypary oftizeningotoWash-gand so uneasy in my mind for the salivation of free.
NaEdgshombsh, 3 7 c o Lu. 6, d p of5In- those of the main land, it added something to a ington, and to assure them that I meet them as an dom, I couldn't work. 1 tried to guess which side
Nsh, 3 0 2 commandofLet brman's impI` btance to receive letters from 'off Island.' old friend, identified with all their fortunes by the was going to win, and I stuck to it like wax ;---some
Granville, 4 391 977 dians: On one occasion, a certain singular being, called most sacred ties." times I was a-one side, sometimes 1 was a-t'other, an
Pitt, 2 1 511 483 Lieut. Herbert left St. Augustine on Wednes- Mount Seir, was lingering about the Post Office, After this ceremony, the President rode forward sometimes I straddled till the election was over, anl
Washington, 2 34 377 day last, to escort 40 led horses to Garey's Ferry, and listening to the names as they were called over. to the right of the corps of escort, when the latter came up jist in time to jine the hurrah. It was good(
Warren, 4 673 29 'and reached that place in safety the next day. He Well, well, Mount Seir, said an old Quaker formed in the rear, and the procession in this order I was after, and what good could I do, if I wasn't or
Johnston, 3 672 364 was on his return in the steamboat Essayons to Pi- whose hands were already filled with letters and moved onward to the town. In the mean time, the the 'leeied side ? But, after all, it was never a bit o
Wayne, 3 716 180 colata. When the boat arrived opposite the Mill, packages-'they don't seem to remember thee on number of people in the streets swelled to a vast use. Whenever the battle was over, and no matte
Hyde, 1 --- he landed in a small boat with nine of his men,with the main. Thy name is not called very often, I be- throng, all glowing with impatience to welcome the what side was sharing out the loaves and the fishes
Beaufort, 3 236 755 a view of going to Mr. Travers' plantation, whose lieve.' immortal Jackson. A well arranged alignment on and I stepped up, I'll be hanged if they didn't cram
Tyrrell, 1 -- house had been burned the day previous, and ma- 'No, no,' said Mount, shaking his head, and foot was formed from the entrance of the Blountville all they could into their own mouths, put their arms
Columbus, 1 185 210 king an examination. On landing he discovered walking off, 'I don't owe 'em nothing.'-Boston road as far down the street as the post office, and as over some, and grab at all the rest with their paws
Bertie, 2 489 336 fresh mocassin tracks, and took up the pursuit. He Herald. the President and escort approached, the "spirit-stir- and say, Go away, white man, you ain't capable.'-
Craven, 3 659 267 soon fell in with a party of fifteen or twenty Indians, ring drum and fife" announced the gratifying fact. Capable!-What's the reason 1 ain't capable f I've
Lenair, 1 38.9 192 whom he immediately attacked. He was joined by SAILORns Ano!-A rendevous for shipping from Every head was uncovered-every heart spoke out got as extensive a throat as any of'em, and I could
Jones, 1 120 228 the remainder of his command as speedily as possi- 6 to 700 select seamen for the South Sea Surveying its grateful welcome, as the venerable man passed swallow the loaves and fishes without choking, if
Greene, 1 ", -- -- ble, and at the same time the enemy were reinforced and Exploring Expedition is now open in this city. in front of the line of citizens. At Dr. Chester's each loaf was as big as a grind-stone, and if each fish
Carteret, 1 -- by about 25 more warriors. The Indians made two Capt. Jones,we learn, has been here for several days hotel, the escorting procession halted, and the Presi- was as big as a sturgeon. Give Peter a chance, and
~ attempts to turn the flanks of Lt. Herbert, but were superintending the preparations,and assigning duties dent was conducted in by his friends. The indica- leave him alone for that. Then, another time when
28 14 7498 4883 gallantly eaten back, and after a warm action to his juniors in command; the men are to be ship- tions of the popular feeling at this moment, were l called-' I want some spoils,' says I; a small
which lasted an hour and twenty minutes the ene- ped for this duty, and are not transferable to any imposingly aflfecting. 'lihe moistened eyes of the bucket full of spoils. Whichever side gets in, shares
The children of the Orphans' Asylum, will visit my were driven into a hammock, from which they other branch of the naval service of the United old men told, in voiceless eloquence, of a deep emo- t t spoils, don't they So they first grinned, and
Mr. West's splendid painting of Death on the Pale did not show themselves until the detachment had States. tion-and the flush of satisfaction plainly perceptible then they ups and tells me that virtue like mine was
Horse, this day, at 11 o'clock, A. M. retired on board the steamboat, and was under way, Every true-hearted sailor will wish for a service in the faces of the throng that surrounded the hotel, its ownreward, and that spoils might spol me. Bus
when they came to the river bank and fired upon from which so much honor has been acquired by our the heart dictated expressions, from hundreds, of tha starved msIm s a spoiltbe anno ldn't get
Sthe boat. After driving them into the hammock, great rival on the other side of the water; to have love for the "old Chief"-all found a sympathetic (heat starved me.-I'm spoilt because I couldn't get
The corps of Union Fencibles, commanded by and the ammunition being nearly exhausted, Lieut. served in this great expedition and first voyage of response in every generous bosom. Shortly after- agin. Both sides used me ji alike. Here I've been
Col. R. M. Lee, will attend the Harvest Home Cc- Herbert, from the superior force and position of the discovery from the United States will be a thing to ward, the President appeared on the porch in front s ng myo r m orl esteeneH sle
lebration at Doylestown, on Thursday. They onemy, did not think it prudent to follow them. boast of as long as a man lives.-N'. Y. Star. of the hotel, and the multitude advanced, in good or- a patriot-going to town meetings, hurraing my day-
leave the city on Wednesday, at 6 o'clock, A. M., Five of his men were wounded-none of them dan- der to enjoy a "hearty shake of the hand"with their lights out, and getting as blue as blazes-bioucking tie
and will be escorted into the village by the hand- gerously. It is thought that six of the enemy were Jack Reeve has been arrested in New York, and excellent, age-worn friend and fellow citizen, windows, getting licked fifty times and having more
some corps of Greys of that place. killed and wounded, as they were seen to fall, and held to bail in the sum of $5000, at the suit of the black eyes and bloody noses, than you could shake a
a negro, who acted as guide, and who understood Manager of the Montreal Theatre, for breaking his PrrtssBnP Aug. 8, 1836. stick at, all for the common good, and for the purity
The Berks and Schuylkill Journal, in speaking the Indian tongue, said he heard them repeatedly engagement, To the Editors of he Gazette: of our illegal rights-and all for what ? Why, for
The Berks and Schuylkill Journal, in speaking call, during the action, for men to carry off their Gentlemen- Inclosed you will find a copy of the nix. If any good has come of it, the country has put it
of the wet and cold of the summer, adds: wounded." E DTROIT, ArG. 4. letter addressed by the Hon. Martin Van Buren to into her own pocket, and swindled me out of my arn-
The weather has been favorable, however, for Lieutenant Colonel Crane, U. S. A. is now in Kalamazoo Land Offce.-This office closed on the Committee appointed by the late National An- ings. I can't get no office! Republics is ungrateful!
vegetation, and the Summer crops are luxuriant be- command of the regulars at St. Augustine, and is Wednesday evening, the 27th of July. From the timnasonic Convention. I will thank you to pub- It wasn't reward I was after. I scorns the base in-
yond all expectation. The Oats was never better, using the most active measures for the protection 5th of that month to the 27th, the receipts amount- lish it in your paper, sinivation. I only wanted to be took care of. and
The same remark applies to the Corn,cxcept where of that section. ed to $560,031; on the 57th alone, $70,324 were Very respectfully, &c. have nothing to do but to take care of the public,-
injured by the worm. The second crop of Hay will received. During the forty-six days in which the W. W. IRVIN. and I've only got half--nothing to do! Being took
*office was opened in the months of May, June, July, care of was the main thing. Republics is ungrateful;
be little inferior to the first, and the Buckwheat Suicide.-Oni Saturday last, at the Pennsylvania the receipts amounted to the enormous sum of $1, WASHINGoTON, May 19, 1836. I'm swaggered if they ain't. This is the way old
promises to be abundant. There seems to be no Hospital, Mr. William Crane, of England, a ship 106,676 06.-Free Press. Gentlemen-I have to acknowledge the receipt sojers is serverJt"
danger of a famine in tie Country, though wheat carli-nter by trade, atged 26 years, comnnnitted sui- of your letter, communicating toIme a resolution Brush, having thus unpacked his heart, heaved a
and rye will bear good prices during the coming cide ill his cell, by hanging, while laboring under Jim HENiY.-Jim Henry, the most terrific of all adopted by the "National Antimasonic Conven. deep sigh or two, and laid his head upon the stone,
year." in ints cl, ty ni w oring under the hostile Creek Chies, is a mere boy, about twen- tion," recently assembled at Philadelphia, instruct- for the purpose of considering his condition more at
aty. ty-nine years of age, and as great a coward as ing you-to ask me whether, ifelected President of his ease; but soon unwittingly-for well he knew
-breathes. Col. Milton knows him well, and had the United States. I would appoint adhering Ma- the consequences-fell into a troubled, murmuring
Richardson's Dictionary.-The seventh number COMMUNICATrIoX- him in his law office at Columbus for several sons to office, and have the honor to state, in re- sleep, in which his words were mere repetitions of
of this valuable work has been received, and is for Walking yesterday to witness some of the most months a year or two ago,as an Interpreter. From ply, that I should not, in the event alluded to, feel what he had said before, the general scope of the ar-
sale by Mr. O. Rogers, No. 67 S. 2d Street. The valuable improvements in the southern precincts, him we learn that Jim is shrewd and very mische- it to be my duty to inquire whether applicants for gument being to prove the received axiom of former
N. Y. Evening Post, in speaking of this dictionary my attention was devoted to the moral change of vious. The Colonel met him after his capture,and office were either adhering Masons or opponents of times, that republics do not distribute their favours in
says, with great justice, that "It contains not only old Shippen street; here, where once stood a range had a talk with him. Jim said he did not wish and the Masonic institution. Whist the fact of any proportion to services rendered, and that, in the
an ample supplement to the deficiencies of John- of ill tenanted frame buildings from Third to Fifth had not desired to fight the Alabamians; that hi such applicant being an adhering Mason would speaker's opinion, they are not, in this respect, much
son'svocabulary, butgreatlyexcels thatwork inthe street, there is now being built a range of brick people had been wronged by the Georgians, particu certainly not be regarded by me as constituting a tt thhm. Sun the ari ea was the nvimotherno
buildings of the highest order and in modern style. larly by the speculators, who had taken their lands ground of preference, I could rot, at the same B s ; at. t wich h has, w a s t, nt bo n ithion r nd.
chess, variety and antiqity of its illustrations of The Washington Market uoon which they all front, from them, and then if they saw them in the streets time, look upon either circumstance as creating a distant observation, but by his own personal expe.
the various meanings of words. The works from is with hut one exception, the handsomest structure near their dwellings, would set their dogs upon disqualification for office, if the applicant should int obetnb y ow p expe
which the examples are drawn are many of them of the kind in the city or county. The execution them. He said he never could by coaxing and prove to be, in all other respects, well entitled It in a Ion_ lane which has no turnin and it is a

yda Watitthe 1t6 neg1d y OUsine( Ium Or|ciat alt
by being appinted a watchman, and ie'; my duty to
meddle with other people's business, and to have a
finger in every pie what's baking. Don't give me
none of your slack," continued the Charley, expand-
ing with the pride of office, and shaking his mace,
or I'll give you some of my tight."
"Oh, very well-be assassy as you please-you've
Sgot an office-you've o6t one of the fishes, though it
is but a minny, arid I ain't; but if I had, I'd show you
a thing or two. Be sassy, be official, be anything, Mr.
Noodle-soup. It isn't saying much for the corpora-
tion that they chose you, when Peter Brush was on
r the list for promotion, that's all; though you are so
0 stiff, and think yourself pretty to look at. But them
that's pretty to Iok at, ain't good 'uns to go, or you
wouldn't be poking here.-Be off-there's no more
businues afore this 'ere meeting, and you may ad-
"What's all that? Why, you're so corned as to
o come under the act igin tipsy people, as well as under
r the act supplementary to an act, entitled an act for
the suppression of loafing. Where did you get the
Sliquor?-how did you come so very how corned you
so? Fie! you a gentleman's son!"
Watchy, it's owing to the weather-part to the
e weather, and part because republics is ungrateful-
" that's considerable the biggest part. Either part is
' excuse enough, and hoih together makes it a credit.
' When it's such weather as this, it takes the electeri-
sing fluid out of you; and if you want to feel something
s like-do you know what something like is?-it's
" cat-bird, jam up-if you want to feel so, you must
pour a little of the elecierising fluid into you.-in this
Kind of weather you must tune yourself up, and get
losumed, or you ain't good foi)r much-tunted up to
" concert pitch-but all that's a trifle. Put not your
. trust in politicianerp."
And why not, Mr. Rosum?"
- Why not ? Help us up-there-steady she goes
1 -hold on-why not ? Look at me; that's why-I'm
a riglar patriot-look at my coat-I'm all for the pub-
lic good-twig the holes in my trowscrs. I'm steady
in my course, and upright in my conduct---don't let
me fall down-I've tried all parties, year in and year
a out, just by way of making myself popular and
o agreeable; and I've tried to be on both sides atonce,"
r roared Brush, with great emphasis, as he -slipped into
" the gutter; and this is i he end of it."
; This striking illustration of the results of the politi-
Scal course he pursued, and of the danger of being on
; two sides at once, being achieved. Brush, by the aid
s of his good-natured auditor, scrambled ashore, where
i he sal, the picture of the shipwrecked mariner.
I Now, you must come along with me," said the
w Charley. helping him along; "1'll take care of you.
d But what made you a politicianer-ain't you good bfor
r nothing else-haven't you got a trade ?"
'y "Trade! yes," replied Brush, contemptuously;
e but what's a trade, when a feller's got a soul ? I love
" my country, and I want an offilce-I don't care what,
n so it's fat and easy. I've a genius for governing; for
l telling people what to do, and look at 'emrn do it. I
d want to take care of my country, and I want my coun.-
" try to take care of me. HIlead work is the trade I'm
made for-talking; that's my line. Talking in the
" streets, talking in the bar rooms, talking in the oyster
t cellars. Talking is the grease for the vagon wheels
e of the body politic and the body corpulent; and no-.
s thing will go on well till I've got my say in the mat-
* ter: for I can talk all d(ay, and most of the night, only
s stopping to wet my whistle. But parties is all alike-
e all ungrateful; no respect for genus; no respect for me.
e I've tried both sides, got nothing, and I've a great
* mind to knock off and call it half a day. I would, if
f my genus didn't make me talk, and think, and sleep
- so much, I can't find time to work."
a Yes, but Mr. Rosum, you must go before the
- Mayor first, Mr. Rosum."
t "No, I'd rather not. Stop-now I think of it, I've
s asked him before, but perhaps if you'd speak a good
, word, he'd give me the first vacancy. Introduce me
" properly, and say 1 want something to do shocking-
r no, not something to do-1I want something to get; my
h genus won't let ima work. I'd likepto have a fat sa-
0- lary and to be general superintendent of things inll
o general, and nothing in particular, so I could walk
-- about the streets, and see what is going on. Now,
el put my best leg foremost-say how 1 can make speech-
n es, and how I can hurra at elections."
a, No, I won't; you're a candidate for thirty days,
r and we'll have you examined in the morning. Every
in man for himself."
l That Brush's qualifications were found sufficient,
e there can be no doubt, and it is to be supposed, there-
e fore, that, by virtue of an instrument, entitled a mitti-
y mus, he was duly installed.
w From the .j. Y. Evening Post.
- Several of the Connecticut papers relate instances
d of longevity in their immediate neighborhood, from
which it might be inferred that the climate of the
is state is as favorable to the duration of human life
n, as any other. The Hartford Watchman mentions
n that the Rev. Joseph Vail, 85 years old, who has
e. been the pastor of the Congressional Church in
S; Hadlyme, for 56 years, preached a lecture on the
o 4th of July, in the house of Mr John Bronson, of
t Wolcott, then in the 101st year of his age, 80 of
gu which he has been a member of the church. This
i- has called out the Norwalk Gazette, which relates
n a story of an old gentleman of that place, enjoying
Excellent health and spirits,who recently celebrated
o, his 90th birth by calling on his old friends and con-
y temporaries, among whom was a favored lady of
e only 96. He was accompanied by a youthful ne-
i- phew of 92. The Norwalk paper adds that instances
at of similar longevity are ruqncro lTr in mat own slid
e. ito vicinity, among whom is a lively, healthy and
a intelligent lady, very near a 100 years old, still ac-
tually engaged in her household concerns.
t- The following is given as a sample of the recol-
e elections of the long lived people of Norwalk:
There are many here who well remember call-
a ing upon and going to see Doctor Franklin as he
h passed through this town on his way to Boston, to
i- sail on his first mission to France to negotiate a
at treaty with that country, upon the declaration of
e Independence here. His dress, appearance, conver-
s station and doings, are all perfectly remembered. He
a. travelled in a close carriage and four, with postil-
t. lions on the near horses and a servant in the car-
r- riage. He was then advanced in years, his hair
t white, his face sunken and wrinkled. He wore a
t fur cap, and the large round spectacles.' During
s his stay in this town he put up at the old house on
the green, now occupied by Mr Porter, in front of
s, which, at that time, was a large pond of water. It
was a stormy, windy day, and the water rough and
much agitated. Among other matters of amuse-
Y ment, the doctor told his visitors he would go out
. and make that water still by waving his cane over
'_ it. He went out, and after flourishing his stick a
i- few times over the windward side of the pond, the
surface became perfectly smooth. He was therefore
e unanimously voted a wizard or a sorcerer. Before
. he left, he told some of them he had contrived, un-
perceived, to throw some oil upon the water."
g.s The Stamford Sentinel boldly claims for the vici-
f nity ofStamford a precedence for health and longevi-
e ty over all other parts of the State, and gives the
, following account of the ancients of the place.

e. "The oldest person living in this village is Mrs
e Quintard. She is over 96, and has a son residing
. here so far advanced in tife as to be a revolutionary
d pensioner. Then there is her next door neighbors,
I Mr and Mrs Samuel Jarvis-he about 94, and she
1 only some four or five years younger, both in the
n perfect enjoyment of all their faculties, and as
f sprightly and blythe" as most people of half their
r years. We doubt whether there is a couple in Fair-
, field county who have lived as long together in the
Stands of wedlock, as have. this couple. We do not
s know the exact number of years they have lived
, together, but they have grand children at least 40
- years of age now living. Go a little further, and
There is Mrs Palmer, sister, by marriage of their
d children, to Mrs Quintard, who is but a year or two
f short of one hundred years of age. These venerable
h persons have all a large number of great-great grand
Children about them, several of whom are of suffi-
Scient age to engage in the active business of life.
Individuals between 70 and 90 years in this vicini-
Sty are too numerous to be particularized."

t MAirIED.
On Thursday evening, biy the Rev. Joseph Ken-
nard, Mr. ADDISON HINeS, formerly of New Britain,
Bucks county, to Miss ELIZABErTH RINEDOLLAR, of
this city.

Suddenly, on the 13th inst. in the20th year of his
age, Mr. JCitN G. BEATTY.
His friends and those of the family are respectfully
invited to attend his funeral, from, his father's resi-
dence, No. 91 South street, this afternoon,at 5 o'clock.
On Friday afternoon after a long and protracted
illness, ELtZABETH KENT, daughter of'James C. Thom-
son, in" the 12th year of her age.
On the llth instant, JAIBs L. WEST, aged 36
OnThursday evening, after'a lingeringlillness, Mrs.
ELIZArBETH SCHULL, widow of the late James Schull,
of Reading. Pa.
At Petersburg.Va.on the 5th inst. Mrs.MArIA ANNA
LOCKHnAD, wileof Smith Lockhead, and daughter of
the late Edward Durant, Esq. otfthis city.

August 13, 1836.
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