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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 31, 1836
Publication Date: 1832-1855
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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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Published by lifflin & Parry--No 99 South Second Street,
THIRD DOOR ABOVE WALNUT STREET. D A I L Y DAILY PAPER $8 00 a year--THRICE A WEEK $5 00-WEEKLY $2 00-Half-erly in Advance.
No Paper discontinued until all arrearagesare paid, unless at the option of the blishe
VOL. V. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1836. O ,


SIX O'CLOCK, A. M.
TO BALTIMORE.
Via New Castle and Frenchtown Rail Road.


T HE Steamboat OHIO. Capt. Jetine, will ,iepart from
Chesnut st.whlar't" fr Baltmore dail),at 6 o'clock,A. M.
PASSAGE $4.
('All baggage at the risk of its owner. The Company
will not be icsponsible for the safety ordelivery of baggage
unless receipted for by their Agent.
N. DAVIDSON, Age.it,
Chesnut st. Whtif
07 Freight received and despatched daily for Balti-
more. may"2--dtf


CAMDEN AND AMBOY IAIL-ROAD LINE
FOR NEW YORK.


SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
At 6 and 10 o'clock, A. M., daily, Sundays
excepted,
From the WVharf lbot of Chesnut street.
Steamboats on the Delaware.
NEW PHILADELPHIA. Capt. A. Jenkins.
TRENTON, Capt. Win. M. Jenkins.
Steamboats on the Raritan.
INDEPENDENCE, Capt. Geo. N. Diehl;
SWAN, Capt. Chas. Seymour.
On and after Saturday, the 23d inst.
Passengers who leave in the 6 'e lt cIk Line will arrive in
New York between I andl 2 o'clock. .. M. Those leaving
in ,the 10 o'clock Line will arrive in New York at an earl)
hour the same afternoon.
Fare in Regular Line, $3 00
Forward Deck passage, 2 00

AFTERNOON LINE
For Burlington, Bristol and Bordentown.
The steamboat BURLtIG I'ON, Capt. D. Martin, will
leave the same wharf' on Saturdays at 3 o'clock, I'. M. HRe
turning, will leave Bordentown on Mondays at A. M. and
Burlington and Bristol at 7 A. M.
All other days (Sundays excepted,) at 1 o'cleck, P. M.
from Philadelphia, and 7 o'clock, A. M.from Borditntown.
jy 16-dtf WM. J. WATSON, Agent.
Fori Wilmington-
O L_ The splendid new steamboat TELE-
a GRAPH, Capt. W. Wilden, Jr. leaves
fi" Race street wharf for Wilmington eve-
ry morning at 7 o'clock. Returning leaves Wilming-
ton at 3 o'clock, P. M. Fare 75 cents.
Fare to Chester or Marcus Hook, 50 cents.
All baggage at the risk of its owner. Breakfast
provided on board. Freight tsken on the customary
rm s.
I Fare on Sundays to Wilmington and back, ($1 00
do do Chester or Marcus Hook do 75
On Sunday the Telegraph leaves Wilmington at
4 o'clock, P.M. jy 2-dtf
Good Intent Rail-Road
AND
CANAL PACKET LINE FOR PITTSBURG,
And Sleamboat Line for
CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE,
Leaves corner Broad and Chesnut sts. every morning
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK.
S \ Passengers from Philadelphia
--- will take splendid new eight
S" wheel Cars by Rail-Road to Co-
lumbia, thence by Packet Boats to Hollidaysburg, by
Cars over the Portage Rail Road to Johnstown, and
thence by Packet Boats to Pittsburg.
The Cars are all new, of the most approved model
and construction, built of the best materials, and deci-
dedly the most elegant, comfortable and convenient
ever put on the Columbia Rail Road.
The Packet Boats of this Line are also new and of
the most approved model, which for elegance of finish,
comfort, convenience and speed, are not surpassed by
any in the U. States.
The Line from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati and Louis-
ville consists of twelve Steamboats, which for good ac-
commodation, elegance and speed, are not surpassed
by any on the Ohio River-one of which will leave
Pittsburgh daily for Louisville.
i. The proprietors flatter themselves that from the very
superior manner in which they have fitted up this Line,
together with their having selected the most careful,
efficient and obliging captains and agents, (whose duty
' it shall be to attend to the comfort and convenience of
their passengers,) they will deserve and receive a lib-
eral share of public patronage.
0j) Seats for this Line can ONLY be secured at the
offices, No. 89 Chesnut street, I door below 3d street;
No. 28 south 3d street; Western Hotel, 288 Market st.;
and corner of Broad and Chesnut sts.
je ll-dtf J. TOMLINSON, Agent.
PIONEER LINE,
[Exclusively for Passengers,]
BY RAIL-ROAD CARS & CANAL PACKETS,
FROM
Philadelphia to PUttsburg,
AND BY STEAM BOATrS,
Carrying the United States Mal,
TO CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE,
Leaves the West Chester House,
cornerof Broad and Race sts. every
B BQ morning at 8 o'clock, passing over
,theColumbia and Allegheny Portage
rail road isRdaylight.
The sars used upon the Columbia rail road are of the very
beit description, running upon eight wheels, and carrying
40 passengers. The boats are an improvement on the best
med.l now in use on the Erie Canal. They are furnished
in thebest stylo, and run exclusively for the accommodation
f assengers
'rhe proprietors of the line have spared no expensein fit-
Stingit up,to as to promote the speed and comfort ol'pass-
enCgetsand feel assured that they will still merit and receive
a share of the public patronage so liberally bestowed last
season.
For seats apply at the office N E corner of 4th and Ches-
nut sts.-at No 200 Market st.-at the While Swan, Race
.Iree, and at the West Chester House, Broad st.
A. B. CUMMINGS,
may 4-dtf Agent for the Proprietors.
SEA BATHING.
Long Branch, Deal, and .Manasquan, via'Cam-
den and Amboy Rail Road.
on Friday, the 1st July next,
leaving Chesnut Street Wharf,
dailf, (except Sundays) at6 and 10 o'clock, A. M. for
Heightstown, where first rate carriages will be ready
tO convey passengers.to the above celebrated water-
ing places, over an excellent road, arriving early the
same afternoon.
Fare by either of the above Lines to Freehold, $2 00
Long Branch or Deal, 3 00
Manasquan, 3 50
DO All baggage at the owner's risk.
R. M. Smith 4 Co., Heightstown,
B. Hendrickson & Co., Freehold,
Samuel Laird, Colte Neck,
Barclay, Sherman, Wardell 4- Co., Long Branch.
John S. Forman, Manasquan. Proprietors.
je 29-dtf
MAIL PILOT LINE
FOR AE #r YORK.
DAILY.
Via Philadelphia and Trenton and Camden and
Almboy Rail Roads and Steam Boats.
The office is removed to the
Rail Road Depot,corner of Third
wTW WWa *and Willow streets, next door to
the Third Street Hall, from whence the cars will de-
part daily, at 4 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at New York
the same evening, about 11 o'clock.
Omnnbtusses will call daily at the principal Hotels
in the city, for passengers, about 34 o'olock, and any
calls will be made at private residences, provided the
names are left at the office.
For every passenger and baggage carried to or from
the Depot, 25 cents will be charged.
aug 25-dtf C. HINKLE, Agent.
Just Opened,
BY C. M.MOORE,
Centre Green Stores, Arcade,
3 [ PACKAGES of Fancy Dry Goods-among
OX.I which are,
40 pieces 4-4 extra rich silk embroidered white Blond
Lace, for Caps. Veils, or evening Dresses;
Black blond lace Edging, from 2 to 20 inches wide;
Linen Cambrics. from 624 c. to $2 374 per yard;
40,000 Ladies' L. C. Hdkfs, from 18 cts. to 75 cis. a
piece;.
Bleached bobbinet Quillings; do White; do Laces;
Late style bonnet Ribbons; Belt do; Silk Bags;
4-4 silk Gauzes, for evening dresses,
Dahlias, do do;
Alladdins, Silk Muslins do;
9-4 Matronna Silks; Italian Lustrings;
Gros de Naples and Florence Silks;
Large assortment of French, Scotch and Swiss Nee-
dle Work Collars, Capes, Tishorets, Pelerines,


Coal Freights,
With immediate despatch, to NEW YORK
ALBANY, BOSTON, &c. Apply to
DELAWARE COAL CO.
No. 117 S. 3d street, or
2d wharf below Walnut street, Schuylkill


Jares Hand's Line,
For Norfolk and Petersburg.
Wednesday and Saturdays.
f NHE sutbserber, thankful for pa.t encouragement, will
I ot continue to run good aoil snhitantial schooners to
and from the above ports, cosmandedtr by nien experienced
in the trade-to sail from each ,ort twice a week. The
vessel* ofthis Line will be towed up the river Apamattox
bys:'e-tlv. without lighlening.
For freight or npassate aply on board, at Fassitt's wharf,
2d above the Drawbridgi:, or to
JAMES HAND, 581 south wharves.
RowleIt. Roper & Noble, Petersburg.
W. latlrington, Norfolk.
N. B.-Shippers hy this Line may rely upon the vessels
sailing as alvertsead. mar 15-dtf
BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA
PAC l~ p';Ts,
Via Chesapeake and Delaware Canal.
James Hand's Line.
This Line is now in full operation-one
or more ol the packets leaving daili; Sundays and
exr,-ine bad serather exctpltd. For frt igt apply to
IAtIlIKS HAND,
may 21--dtf 58, south wharves.
JAMES HAND'S LINE,
New York and Philadelphia
Packets.
DAILY,
Via Delaware and Raritan Canal.
T HE subscriber being thankful to the public fer past
Sencrouragement, begs leave to inform the Merchants
and Shippers generally, that he will continue to run a
line or first-rate vessels to and trom New York the ensuing
season, and as the vessels employed are ot a light draught
of water, and carry small cargoes, will not meet with as
much detention as larger vessels or barges, and by using
every exertion and attention to the receiving and forward-
ing goods, he hopes to obtain a share ot public patronage.
For frivight, which will be taken on the most reasonable
terms, apply to .AMES HAND,
5sJ south wharves-or to
Messrs. .. &i N. BRIGG3,
36 Old Slip, New Yore.
N. B--Goods will be received aid forwarded to any
place, via New York, as directed, free of storage and comr
mission. apr 2--dtf
READ'S HOTEL,
Indian King, Wilmington, Del.
CfAPT. HENRY READ, late of the Steamboat Wil.
mington, takes pleasure in announcir g to is friends
and the public in general, that he has taken the above
Hotel, formerly Brinton's, and lately occupied hy Collins
Denney, Wilmington. Del., where he will be happy to ae-
comnmodate liis customers in tihe best style, intending ta
give satisfaction to all those who may favor aim with a call,
and will be thankful to his old friends and acquaintances
not to forget that he is still willing to serve them with
promptitude in his present as well as lis former occupa-
t;on, &c. Haspectlully,
aprS25-dSm HENRY READ.


&c. &c.
Lot of Misses' Pe\erines and Tishorets, partially dam-
aged;
1000 pieces Grass Cloth, for Stifners and Shirts;
Daily receiving fresh supplies of Goods from the New
York auction sales. 4
Shall sell unusually low by wholesale, as usual.
aug 25-dlf
FOR SALE,
Schuylkill Coal of Superior
Quality.
fT HE subscriber respectfully informs his friends and
Sthe ptiblic, that he has opened an office for the
sale of Coal, for shipping or family use, which will be
supplied on the lowest terms.
Office No. 13 State House buildings, under the of-
fice of the Clerk of Quarter Sessions. Gentlemen will
do well to apply in time, as there is every appearance
of a scarcity. PAUL REILLY, Agent.
N. B.-Rents and Debts collected as above.
ve 7-ws6m
Private Sale.
SAn excellent Farm, containing 100 acres, of
J arable land,situate in Warwick township,Bucks
county, on lhe Bristol Road, j a mile from the Phila-
delphiaaid Easton Road, j a mile above Newville,
4 miles from Doylestown, and 22 from Philadelphia,
Convenient to mills, schools,&c. A proportionate part
is meadow, 10 acres of woodland, the residue divided
into convenient sized fields all under good fence. The
improvements are a good two story stone house, kitch-


Unvn~t Era ~lai.. l~tr


NEW AND FASHIONABLE
AT VA E EII O USE,
No. 207 south Second street,
Just below Pine, and opposite the New Market.
Hlathaway & Snyder
tt~pectfully inform their friends and the
Public, that they have just opened a niew and
extensive Hat Warehouse, as above mentioned,
anti intend keeping constantly on hand, as well
for the accommodation of City as Country
customers, a large supply of
Philadelphta Manufactured flats and Caps,
which they will sell, either wholesale or retail, twenty-five
per cent. cbhaper than they can be obtained at any other
place in the city. Those who doubt this statement, aie
respectlully invited to call and examine for themselves.
N. U.-The Trade will be supplied with Hats as usual.
oct 8-dtf






ISAAC M. ASHTON'S
Hat and Cap Manutactory,
No. 216 Market Street,
" HIRD door above Decatur, south side, and next door
. below Farmers'Inn, Philadelphia-wHere are manafac-
tared. and constantly for sale, a great variety of Fashionable
HATS and CAPS, of warranted qualities, and at as low
prices as at any other establishment in the city.
63 Country Merchants supplied upon the most liberal
terms, my 3-dtf
Lewis Taylor & Sons)




t @ _I&RA IY
Boot, Shoe, S Trunk Store,
Nc. 168,
South-East Carner of Fifth and Market Ss,.
PHIILA)P.LPHrA.
forming their customers and the public generally,
hat their store is at the corner of Fith and Market streets,
where they will sell all article in their line as low ar they
are sold at any store in the city o the same quality. They
flatter themselves that there it not any of the above arts-
eles of a bitter quality manufactured in the city, as they
are very particular in collcOting materials, and to have
them made by the best workmen in all the above branch-
es.
47 The highest price -ad cash paid for all the above
articles, but to avoid trouble none need be offered but those
that are good.
N. B.Patent Gum Elastic Blacking, of a superior qua-
lity,. or sale by the groce. dozen, or single box.
JAMIES TRACY,
GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE
BOOT L SHOA E OAIOAIYER,
No. 66 Chesnut Street,
(between 2d and 3d streets, south side,)
N. B.-PraInforms his friends and ctistomers,
n and the public in general, tlat having sade
R large addition to his a stock of work on hand,
as well as improvements in the workmanship
of his articles, is noiw ready to supply persons
in wat o: goods in his line, ph the dozen orbe giln pair, of
HOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, PUMPS, &c., fur CASH,
cheaper, for the quality of goods, than eatn be purchased
elsewhere.
N. B.-J. T. continues oo manufacture to order his well
known CORK-SOLE BOOTS, with every other ar icle iA

Peach MIountain Ctoal.
T HE remains of a few boat loads, from the line of the
Canal,just received by the
DELAWARE COAL COMPANY,
apr A12-d No. 117 oueth 3d t.
A CARD.
A COMPLETE mercantile style ot Writing, ereduted
with ease, freedom and rapidity, as generally ac-
knowledged to be pre-eminently adapted to business pur
poses, being round, bold and legible, taught in the shortest
possible period, by H. L. DICKSON.
Hours of Tuition, from 9 A. M. until P. M.
0Writing Rooms, No. 178 north Third street.
All interested are respeetlully invited to call.
N. B.-Practinsl Illustrations will at any time be freely
given to visitors

RoomEs.. an 20-dtf
DISCOUNT CHARGED
OUd BA's 1all NOTES
AT THE OFFICE OF
S. &t G. Ma OHley Co.
N. W. corner of Chesnut and Third sts.
MAINE. DIST. OF COLUMBIA.
All solvent Banks d a 1 All solvent Banks a i
NEW HAMPSHIRE. Bank ol Alexandria 20
Allsolvent Banl, a 1 Corporation of Washing-
v ERMONT. ton 10
Small solvent BaRts a1 All Alexandria
MASSACHUSETTS VIRGINIA.
All solvent ba!iks Jal Wheeling & Wellsburg, 11
RHODE ISLAND. OMlers 4 a I
Banks al NORTH CAROLINA.
CONNECTICUT. i's and upwards Ij a2
All Banks nks a 1 I Small ote 2j a 3
NEW TORK. I SOUTH CAROLINA.
City Bank B LarIe l, a 2
Country Banksna B a SmallNA 2 a 3
NEIV JERSEY. GEOR~GIA.
5's and iupwails a i Large iJ a 2
Upder 's 1 Small-
PENNSTLVANIA. \OHIO.
Pit;sburg 1 r ns and awards ld a
Chibersburg and Get- B mall notes 3 a 4
tysburg k ALABAMA.
Towanda 1 Mobile 2i a 3
Erie,Waren & Browns- Ocheri 4
ville ia KENTUCK r
Wcsimorelatidl nank 2Q Louisville Bank l1 a 2
DELADWARE. TENNESSEE.
Small N tes 1 All Banks 3a 4
's anduwirard ss MICHIGAN, 2
MARYLAND. M SSISSIo PI, 3al 4
Baltimore Banks a LOUISIA NA, 2 p a3
Bad, to r Satishury 10 0 INIANA, o 2 a 2n
Milliutgon IBanIk 10 FLORIDA, 10
Susquilb.ntna Bridge, CANADA, 2 a 21
Fares t tht.Mary-
Isii'i! iavngs Institu-
illon, i r
GOLD COINS, of all descriptions, purchased and sold.
DRtAcTS, NOTES and BILLS collected.
S LOCK bIought and sold orn coininistioo.
EXCHANGE.-Bills of Excliange, in sumi to suit pur-
chasers, for sale on the principal cities and towns ia the
United States.
0: Office open from 8 A M. to 5t P. M.
dlee I-cltf
MRS. PARRY'S
Philadelphia CiU-calaitink Library,
AND STATIONARY STORE,
Is removedfrom 74 S. 4th st. to JVo. 276 Arcch st.,
1 (Ioor belo-w 10th.
T HE Library consists of upwards of 6000 volumes
of standard and poptltir works, to which all new
publications of interest are added as soon as publish-
ed, together with about 1000 volumes of Plays and
Farces.
Cap, Letter, and Note Paper, ready made Pens
Quills, Ink, Sealing Wax, Wafers, and other articles
of Stationary, constantly for sale. jy l1--dtf
ATTJENTIOi^!


KuWV as5fn Ejn IBsa5IaqfIwLft,
Chartered by the Legislature of Pennsylvania.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED BY LAW,
$200,000.
T E Philadelphia Savings Ins'itttion, at the office,
SNo. 100 Walnut street,south side, between lesrware
Fourth and Fifth streets, receives Dep. sites daily,(Snnoay,
the Fourth of July, and Christmas, excepted,) between the
hours of 9 o'clock. A. M. and 3 o'clock, P. M. from all per-
sons dispose to place funds therein, at thefollowing rates
ofinterest, viz:-
Regular Weekly Depoaitors, from 81 to 810 per week,
5 per cent, per annum.
Special Deposites ofany sun over 8500, and not exceed-
ing 85000, to remain at least one year, 4 per cent. per an-
num.
Sums of 81 and tpwards,and not exceeding 8500,to re-
main at least threcemontlhs, 4 per cent per annulln,
Sums ot 81 and upwards, and not exceeding 8600,to re
main from thirty to ninety days,3 per cent. per annum.
All sums on Special Deposite. not exereditfg $50, to be
paid ous demand, at the rates of interest above specified.
No interest will hbe allowed on anty sum under g5, nor
upon any traction of a dollar.
The rate of interest to weekly depositors will not be re-
duced without notice o at least 60 days, in twodaily news-
papers of the eitv of Philadelphia-but weekly depositors
will not be allowed to withdraw their deposits witoliot
having given four weeks notice of their intention in writing,
so to do.and upon such notice the interest shallcease.
Certificates will he given to special depositoir, wherein
the rat, of interest, the duration of the deposit, and the
notice for withdrawal,will be designated.
Applications for loans to be made on Mondays of each
week.
The following is an extract from the 5th section" of the
Charter:-" And provided also. tha tno director or officer of
thesaid institution, either by himself or through any other
person, shall he authorized to borrow or make any loan
from the ftinds of the said institution."
Published by order of the Board of Directors,
PE'rEl FRlTZ, President.
CHAS. HOBB. I'reasurer.


No. 57 North Eighth Street, Valuable Lawrence St. Pro
(Near Arch, corner of' Stirier's Court ) perty.
Entrance both from Shriver's Court and 81c at. Between Coates and Green Sts., Houses No. 140
SR. HUET'S Medical liouse, for the relie'especaly 142, 144, and 146.
V of rheumatic pains, secret disease, or consumption. 142, 144 and 146.
The Dr. may be consulted rom morning till Io'clock On Wednesday Evening, September 7, 1836, at 8o'
at night. clock, will be sold at the Philadelphia Exchange
N. B.-Patentsarereceived on board atthis establish. All those Four Brick Houses, No. 140, 142
ment. jlW 141 and 146 Lawrence street, between Greei
-and oates sts. The size of the lot is 54 feet front om
Philadelphia, Dec. 15, 1835. Lawrence st. and extending in depth 75 feet, subject
I do hereby testify, that I was affiited with a malignant to a redeemable ground rent of$1 25 per foot.
disease ior balonut im, and I have tried a great maninds House No. 140 is a modern and substantial wel
of medicines, but of no use. I Ihave tried a great many built two story brick house, about 17feetrnt, par
Doctors. but none could do me any good until I heard lt two stoy brick house. about 17j feet front, par
the celebrated Dr. HUKT. I went to him-he found mein lors communicating with folding doors, four marble
a very bad state, but he undertook to cure me on the most mantels, gratc,piazza,open Newell stairs, marble steps
reasonable terms-s-o went inder his care. He gave me iron railing, a two story kitchen with private stain
some of Iis medicine, and in a little tints I began to le- back, hydrant water, &c. and in every point ofvie
cover, and in three weeks I Has perfectly cured. i there-
fotre can recommend all those afflicted with the same dis- a first rate building.
ea-e to the candor and superior knowledge of Dr HUET, House No. 142 ? a three story brick house, adjoin
No. 7 north Eighth st. ISAAC MELLIN, ing No. 140, built in modern style, parlors communi
Northampton County. eating with folding doors, two kitchens, one in tht
Si basement story and also one back, 4 or 5 grates, an(
Philadelphia, March 3, 1836. finished in a neat and substantial manner, with by
To DR. HUET- drant water introduced, marble steps, and iron rail
Dear Sir: I return you my sincere thanks for your vaaln- ings.
able medicine and speedy cure you have made of me. I No. 144 corresponds in every respect with No. 142
had the misfortune to be afllietvd with a disease called Go
northcea. and not understanding it I applied to a Doctor, No. 146 is a three story brick house, with parlor!
who agreed to ,cre me in a short tile, and I paid him his communicating with folding doors, marble mantel,
charge. I remained ndrer his treatment: for the space of grates, piazza, marble steps, iron railing, &c. with hy
three months, aesi I fund no relief by hib,. I the left drant water in the yard.
him and applied to a elebrated Doctore-he attendedl me A more full description of the above property wil
for two nteiths and more; I hound no relief. I then all be given at the time of sale Purchasersare invited
plied to three other Doctors, but all in vasn. I then gave ime o sale. Purchases re vite
up, all hopes of ever getting cured. One day I saw Dr. to call and examine the premises any time previous
tlue,'s advertisement; I then thought proper to try him-I The above property will be sold altogether, or, if de
was then ait my worst state. In les than two weeks I telt sired, separately. A small portionof the purchase
a great deal better, and in two weeks more I felt myself money only will be required.
quite recovered; I gained new strength and fine appetite. T. W. L. FREEMAN, Auct.
and was able to attend to my business. I wou;d advise all REE A ,A t.
who stiffer under this disease to lose. no time to apply te aug 17-dt7S Auction Store, No. 8 S. 3d st.


LI'EJE liLUlttAr A J
AND TRUST COMPANY.
No. 159 Chesnut Street,

The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and Trust
Company of Philadelphia,
CHARTER PERPETUAL,
Capital, $300,000,
D AILY receives monies in trust on Interest, executes
a Sieeial Trtuts, grants Policies of Lile Insurance on
tlie mot lavorahle terms, and grants Annuities and En-
dowments. Special and Weekly Deposites will be received
and if desired, applied to the i purchase of Policies of Life
Insurance, Annuities or Endowments.
Rates of Insurance for $100, -at some of the
ages.
Premium Premium Preminm for
for 1 year. for 7 years, whole life,
annually. annually.
At the age of 21 1t 42 81 48 8207
25 1 51 1 5s 2 24
30 1 04 1 73 2 48
35 1 80 1 91 2 80
O( ')ffice open from 9 A. M.
B. W. RICIARDS, President.
GEO. W. ASH, Treasurer.
JNO. F. JAMES, Actuary. apr 20-dtf
Pernnsyivania Life Insurance
and Trust Company.
CHARTER PERPETUAL,
Entire Capital paid in $500,000.

The Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on
Lives and Granting Annuities,
HIAVINtU received additional powers by a supplement
to their charter, granted by the Legislature of Penn.
sylvania, on he 26th February, 1836, are fully authorized
aid empowered to receive moneys or other property, real
or personal. in trust, to accumulate the interest or income
thereof, and also to accept and execute Trusts of any and
every description, which may be committed or transferred
to them, by any person or persons whatever, bodies corpo-
rate or politic, or by any Court of the United States, or of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylrania. and they may also be
appointed guardian ot the estate of any Minor, or commit.
tee of a Lunatie.
The Legislature having provided that all investments of
moneys received in trust shall be at the risk of the corpo-
ration, this company becomes the secure depository of
I'rusts reposed with them.
Certificates of Deposits in Trusts will be issued transfer-
able only on the books of the company.
In addition to the trust business, the company continue
to effect Insurances on Lives, Grant Annuities and En-
dowments.
Insurance on Lives furnish a means of making a safe
provision for a surviving family, upon the paym-'nt ot an
annual premium, ac'or.ling to the age and place of reii-
dence o lthe person insured.
Creditors may effect insurances, by which they can se-
cure debts ewng to them in the event of the death of the
insured.
The inconveniencies arising from the hazard of life in
voyages travels, or resillence in foreign countries, may be
obviated by the paymentof an addit ional premium varying
with the risk
Annuitiesafford the readiest means of securing to an
aged person large and safe income for lite,or to a young
person by the purchase of a deferred annuity.
Endowments may be secured to Minors on arriving at
maturity or at any specified age by depositing a small
sum at birth or any time during minority.
For further information coneruing rats, &c. applyat
thu office of the company, 72 south3d st.
u sy3 ad SiAtS C. WALKER, Actuary.
SPRING GARDEN
Fire Insurance Co.
OF THE COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA.
Capital authorized by Law, 400,000 dollars.
Charter Perpetual.
M AKE both limited and perpetual insurances on
rick, stone, or irasne buildings, vesels in port,
stores, hotels, mills, barns, stables carpenter shops, lumber
yards, merchandise, furniture and property of every de-
scription, and in any part of the United states, against
loss or damage by fire.
Applications, either personal or by letter, at the Office
of the Company, S. W. corner of Sixth and Wood streets
will be decided upon without any delay.
oct 1-d f AMUMT HART. See'v.


'lthe Manual Labor Bank,
JNorth-east corner of Second and Race streets,
IS NOW OPEN
For the current transaction of BANKIaN business,
in addition to the SAVIIN FUxD of the Proprie-
tor.
Current Deposites on Interest.
SAILY current Depos es. subject to he drawn for at the
discretion of the Depositors will be received; and an
interest of tour per cent per annum will be allowed on the
weekly balance of the Depositor.
An interest offiveper cent will be'allowedon the month-
vl balance of Deposirors; and an interest of six per cent.
upon the halance of 60 days-Depositors alssays being at
liberty to draw the full amount of tlteir funds at their pha
sure.
By retaining a balance in Bank for a month, the Deposi-
tor will be entitled to five per cent per annum on its
amount, and in like manner by retaining a balance for 60
days, the entitles himself to an interest at the rate of six
per cent. on his balance..
All accounts of Depositors will be settledd every 6o days,
and he Interest carried to their credit, unless previously
closed at their own request.-The interest will be calcula-
ted daily on the balance to the credit of the Depositor at
the closing of the Bank. T. sY. t YO1TT, Banker.
Si EPHEC SIMPSON, Cashier. may -28--f
JOURNEYMEN
Cabinet-Makers' Warerooms,
No. 48 South Fifth Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
T HE Pennsylvania Society of Journeymen Cabinet-
Makers' respectfully announce to their fellow citizens
of Philadelphia, and of the Unied States generally, that
they have been engaged during the past winter in making
such additions to their establishment as the great and ra-
pidly increasing demand for their Furniture rendered ne-
cessary. They have recently obtained possession of the
large room on the second floor of their old established
stand, and have fitted it ip on a scale commensurate with
the vast patronage with which they are honored. TheiFur-
niture with which it is now crowded is of a choice de,crip-
tion, and will be disposed of at very low prices.
The great extent to which our business has been carried,
and the immeise stock of Cabinet Ware now in our rooms,
offers inducements to persons'who purchase largely in our
line.tlihat cannot be met with elsewhere.
Gentlemen li'om the South and West, who may be dis.
posed to honor us with an early visit, will find ample proof
of the accurate of the foregoing declarations,and we doubt
not will be readily suited, in quantity, quality, and
price. CRAWFORD RIDDELL,
feb 27-dtf SnDerintendent.

LPooking-Glasses, HIardwtar-,
Cutlery, J'e.
(07?TEN PER.CtNT. SAVED.
Persons commencing Housekeeping. Country Merchants,
and others, wishing to purchase Looking-Glasses, Fancy
Hardware, Cutlcry, &c. can save TEN PER CENT. in
their purchases by applying to
U. K. SERVOSS,
Cheap Looking Glass and Fancb Hardware Store,
Ao. 60 JV. Second street,
Four Doors above Arch-Street,Philadelphia.
A MONG which are rich Gilt Mantel and Pier:Looking
Glasses, Mahogany, Pine, and Maple Framed Looking
Glasses of all kinds, Brass Andirons, Shovels and Tongs,
Knives and Forks, Spoons, Ladles and Skimmers, Japan
Waiters, Brea I Baskets, Snuflers and Trays, Plated Castors,
American Block Tin Ware, such as Coffee and Tea Pots,
Sugar, Slop Bowls and Cream Cups to match, making com-
plete Sets, warranted of superior manufacture. Iron Pots,
Skillets, Dutch Ovens, Sad Irons, Coffee Mills, Frying Pans,
Tea Kettles, Gridirons, superior Plated and Brass Candle-
sticks, Patent Metal Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles, Por, &c.
Britannia Metal Ware, such as Coffee and Tea Pots. Signal
Lanterns, Copper and Brass Kettles, Brass Stair Rods, flat
and rounil, &c.
Also. Patent CHANDELIERS, or HANGING LAMPS.
07 Conutiry Merchants, Houisa Keepers and others, want-
ine the above articles, will find it to their advantage to call
as above dirrceed.
N. H.-Looking Glass Plates for Sale, sepante from
Franies.
0' Looking Glasses and Picture Frames manufactured
to onrdr. i. e-drtf

Land Agency Office.

TO THE PTILIC.
HE subscriber has opened a Land Agency Office
in Doylestown, Pa. where he offers his services
to the citizens of this and the adjoining counties, in the
purchase and sale of Real Estate. From his unlimited
acquaintance in Philadelphia, (having been engaged
many years in the business there, and having made
arrangements with the publishers fall the papers pub-
lished in this place, and several in Philadelphia, in
which he intends giving a general notice of property,
its situation,-c.,) he thinks he cat. insure a certain sale
of all property left with him. Notice shall be given,
(giving a general description of property,) in at least
five papers.
The charge will be one dollar and fifty cents for en-
tering property on register, and if no sale is effected,
no further charge will be made.
He will also attend to t., hA nmenrina,, ir mn-'rrn^-


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ilm,whou cara i-ineve them. I return him my sincere thank
I rmeain your bumble servant,
HENRY BULLUCK, in Greii street,
No. 22 Danger's Court.

January 10th, 1835.
About two years ago I caught the secret disease, and no
understanding it I applied to a Doctor, who agreed to cur
me in a short time, and I paid him his charge and remain
ed under his treatment for the space of tree mouths, ant
found no relief. I then left him, and applied to another
Doctor, and was under his care for six months, andi stli
getting worse I was forced to go to the Hospital, and here
remained for a long time, and got no relief; but fortunate
ly one of Dr. Huet's books fell into my hands; I read it
and was inclined to try him; but my money being run out
I left the Hostital in a state of despair, and went to hin
and stated:my case- he took me in hand to cure melin three
weeks, which I could not believe; but thanks be to God, in
one week I went to work, and in less than thrte weeks wat
entirely well, and any one applying to you, and being
doubtful of the same, can call on me, and I will satisfy3
them. JOHN MORTIMER.
th Dr. Huet will give my direction.
nov 3-dtf


Gibsons & Bell,
NO. 176 MARKET STREET,
AVE on board ships Mn-ogahela, Walter, ce. and
received by recent arrivals at New York,
100 Packages Spring Dry Goods,
Consisting of superfine and medium Cloths; blue. black,
wool dyed black; rifle, Polish and bronze green; purple
and crimson Dahlia; ruby and yellow brown; citron and
bronze olive, &c. 8
London ribbed, striped and plaid single and double milled
Cassimeres.
Plain Black and Blue do.
Silk Vestings, and London printed Weltings and Mar-
seilles.
Ribb'd, cheek'd, and plain Linen Drillings, white and
colored.
Paris, Windsor, anti Cable Cords.
Printed Cantoons. and ribb'd Florentines.
Plain and twill'd Summer loths or Crape Camblets.
Electorate Merino Cloths and French Bombazines.
Ribb'd and strip'd worsted Venitians, rtod check'd Gam-
bruons.
English Silk Hdkfs.; Gauze Flannels, &e.
CTrFor saleby Package or Piece.
mar 15 dtf
Fairmount-Dam Ice.
lI'HE Directors of the Philadelphia Ice Co." have tlf
A. satistartion of stating to the citizens of Philadelphia
and the adjoining d istrects, that after nearly three years of
trials, vexations, and disappointments, they have at length
succeeded in completing their arrangements at "Iceberg
Place," for the preservation ol ice. Tihe quantity now put
up (owing to the peculiar e.nstruction or the house) is
tnlly equal to 500,000 bushels. put up in houses built upon
theold plan.
Of the superior quality of this company's ice, it is hardly
necessary to say any thisg, as it is known to the public
that it has all been taken from Fairmount Dam-every
ounce of it. t a None of it from brick yards, ponds, and
other stagnant pooh.
The company will commence the delivery as early in the
ensuing month asice wIll be wanted; in the mean time ice
in anv quantity and atany hour can be had at the office.
The prices will be-
25 cents per week for k peek per day.
67i 1 "
561 1 9 1"1 14
25 cents per bushel, for bushel and upwards.
The board are making such arrangements as will obviate
mast of, if not all, the causes of complaint of previous
seasons. p u
Orders for ice, stating name, p&e of residence, and
qua1,tity r bquired, le' at sitllei of the following places,will
he punctually attend to.
At the office, No. 1 south Sixth atteet, or with either of
the directors.
Saml. English, 84 Market st. Alex'r Henry, corner of
Market anId 9th John W. Di.kson, 118 north 9th, James
Wood, 8 north 2d, Edward C. Wayne, cor Market and 4th,
Dr. G. W. Allan, cor asce and 6th, Saml. P. Griffits,
8th below Chesnut, Eli Welding, cor Chesnut ani Sehuyl-
kill 7th. Joseph P. Norris,jr. 114 south 4th st, entry Ha
her, jr. 194 Market st, Joshua G. Harker, 46 Arel, William
Terr. 4 'north sd, Joseph Ridgwa), eor Market nd Deca.
tur, William Biddle, cor Arch and lth, Richard Price, cor
Spruce ana Sth, 1. C. Marshall, 176 Vine, R. W Test, S W
eor Vine and 8th,Ewd Needles, cor Race and 12it, Thos
M'Clintock, 270 Arch, Dillwyn Parish. cor Abch and Sth,
Frederick Brown, cor Chesnut and sth, Charles Elli 5
Chesnut, Rnbinson Moore, cor Chesnut and 7t, J. Bring-
hurst, cor Chesnut and la0th. Edwd Hopper, 50 south 3d,
S. C. Sheppara, 107 south 9th, J.s W. Simei, 15A Market,
Reeve c& Smith, cor Market and 6th, Henry Troth, 144
Market, Saml Townsend, Old York Read and Green st, Dr
W. C. Poole, cor Race and 9th, P G Oliver, cor Race and
19th, B Percival, 162 Race, Charles All n & Son, 160 south
2d, C H & T H Dingee, 250 south 2d, Christopicr Marshall,
cer Spruce and 7th. Thea Evans,co, Spruce sud 30, Frank-
lin t. Smith, cor Walnut and 8th, George Mllor, eor Wal-
nut and 41h, Henry Zollikoffir, cor Pine and6th,Frederick
Klatt. cor Callowhill and 2d st. an 17-dif


CAMDEN AND WOODBURY
RAIL-ROAD.
N OTICE is hereby given to the Stockholders of the
Camden and Woodbury Rail-Road and Trans-
portation Company, that an instalment of Five Dollars
per share is due, and required to he paid, by order of
the Board, on the 17th day of September next, at the
office of the Company, No. 16 Philadelphia Exchange.
CHARLES W. HORNER,
aug 11-dtl7S Treasurer of the Company.
NOTICE;
New .Jarket, High street, West of Broad street,
between Schuylkill, 6th and 7ih st.
APPLICATIONS will be received by the Com-
missionersofCity Property, at the City Commis-
sioners Office, for leasing for one year from the 1st
February next, the Stalls in the Western moiety of
said market, to Farmers, and Gardeners, bringing or
sending the produce of their Farms and Gardens, at
$20 per annum, and at that rate for the previous oc-
cupation.
The Victuallers' shambles in the Eastern moiety of
said market, will be disposed of by Public Auction,to
the highest and best bidder for an annual rent, on a
lease of five years from the 1st of February next, in
proportion for previous occupation, of which due no-
tice will be given.
Particulars of conditions and instructions, made
known at this Office.


City Commissioners office
Philad. August 19th,1836,
aug 20--d2w.


JOHN DIEHL
Commissioner of
City Property. "


TO TAILORS.

da ha n s
IMPROVEMENT & APPLICATION
Of Ward's Protractor System of
GJIRITE.'VT C UTTI.G.

THE publisher announces to his subscribers and to
the trade, that he will issue on or before the 1st
day of October next ensuing, No.3 of his Application
System, containing the London aid Philadelphia Au-
tumn and Winter Fashions for 1136-7. Great care
has been taken to get this publication out in a style of
superior excellence, and as he has cut garments in
strict accordance with the drats laid down, he can
confidently promise that the appication will produce
accuracy in fit, with taste and ishion.
The flattering encomiums daiy expressed by skil-
ful and fashionable Tailors, give token of a satisfac-
tion particularly gratifying; anl the extent of patro-
nage already received, is an inentive to additional
exertion. Letters commendatiry, containing orders
for the work, are neither "few nor far between," and
the resident tailors who have sulacribed (and they are
many) freely express their conviction of its superiority
over all other systems.
The application of the additional and extra addi-
tional measures have received the decided approval
of all who have tested tie principles--this important
feature is clearly explained, and a limited degree of
application is all that is required of the learner,whilst
any explanation or inftruetion will be imparted to
subscribers without additional charge.
TtRMS, &c.
Instruction in Garnnt Cutting by the publisher, or
through an agent, wil be given; and the subscriber
will be furnished wih a set of the work, at Ten Dol-
lars for the first, andFive Dollars per annum on each
subsequent year, payable in advance. Persons al-
ready acquainted wih the Protractor System,and who
will thereby dispense with the expense and trouble
of teaching, will may but Five Dollars per year (in
advance) from the commencement of their subscrip-
tion.
F. M. has just published the first number of his Il-
lustrations of Fahions; it consists ofa finely execu-
ted copperplate aigraving, 23 inches square, and em-
bracing 12 figure in fashionable costumes. It is de-
cidedly superiorto any thing of the kind yet publish-
ed on this sideof the Atlantic, and in every respect
equal to the tageux of MINISTER Fr LONDON.
An engravinr will be furnished to subscribers each
Spring and Fal, at two dollars per annum-they may
be sent by ml to any place, but it is suggested that,
...i..n nvn..l ..:t; .i- I .,.' '-_ ---1-.- ;*


B. W. COHEN,
SURGEON DENTIST,
CUPPER, BLEEDER, AND LEECHER,
No. 137 Buttonwood street, between 9th and 10th.
I THE undersigned, do certify, that Mr. B. W.
5 Cohen has practised with me Dentistry, Cupping,
Bleeding and Leeching, and that he is in every way
capable to perform any operation belonging to the
above mentioned professions with skill and safety.
J. G. SMITH, Dentist,
Corner of 5th and Powell sts.
N. B.-Orders left at Edward Higgins' Drug Store,
corner of7th Snd Callowhill streets, will be promptly
attended to. iy 13-dtf

To Painters & Glaziers.
J UST PUBLISHED, the Painter's, Glazier's and
Varnisher's Guide, containing Rules and Regula-
tions in every tiing relating to the art of Painting,
Gilding and Varnishing-numerous useful and valua-
ble receipts-tests for detecting adulterations in oils
and colors. and a st-,tenie of tn d iA5-m---- L


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Real Estate.
School Street, between Browvn Street and Poplar
Lane.
Pursuant to an alias order af the Orphans' Court for
S the city and county of Philadelphia, will be ex-
e posed to public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange,
. on Wednesday evening, the 28th September, 1836,
d at 8 o'clock.
A CEIRTAIN lot or piece of ground, situate on
School street, between Brown street and Poplar
SLane, ina the Northern Libertieh of the city Philadel-
Sphia, containing in front or breadth on School street,
S12 feet 4 inches, and in depth westerly 28 feet-
bounded on the northward by a message and lot of
Jos Crout and Anthony Crout, eastward by School st.
aforesaid, southward by a message and lot of Mi-
chael Stiger, and westward by a message and lot
late ofFrancis Handsberry,deceased. Terms atsale.
Cash on delivery of the Deed.
J. P. TRIMBLE, Clerk of the O. C.
SARAH HANDSBERRY,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Francis Handsberry, deceased.
aug 25-dt27S T. W. L. FREEMAN, Auc'n.
Executors' Sale of Valuable
Coal Land,
Situated on the West Branch Rail Road, in Nor-
wegian Township, Schnylkill County.
On Wednesday evening, the 31st of October, 1836, at
8 o'clock, will be sold, by order of Executors, at the
Philadelphia Exchange.
WjHAT valuable tract of Coal Land, situated on the
J- West Branch Rail Road, in Norwegian Town-
ship, Schuylkill county, about one mile from Miners-
ville, known as the Dewees Tract, adjoining lands of
the Phonix Coal Co., R. M. & L. Lewis, Shaber &
Bunting, and others, containing about 100 acres.-
This tract is heavily timbered, has two saw mills, and
three small tenements, a lateral rail road made from
the W. W. Branch Rail Road to the Peach Mountain
vein, which, with another vein, has been worked for
some time, is red ash, and in the range with the most
approved vein in the Coal region. A further de-
scription is deemed unnecessary.-A draft may be
seen at the auction store,No. 8 S. 3d st. Terms at sale.
T. W. L. FREEMAN, Auct.
aug 25-dt31S" Auction Store, No. 8 S. 3d st.
Valuable Real Eslale,
Houses NJo. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Pine st. near Ashton
street, Schuylktll.
On Wednesday evening, the 7th September, 1836, at
8 o'clock, will be sold, at the Philadelphia Ex-
change,
c All those five three story brick houses, each
M 16 feet by 32, and lot or piece of ground on
wc the same is erected, situate on the north side
of Pine street, at the distance of 20 feet eastward from
the morth east corner of Pine and Ashton streets;each
house containing in front on Pine st. 16 feet, and in
length or depth 80 feet, to a 20 feet wide street-sub-
ject to a redeemable ground rent of $75, payable half
yearly. The houses wiI be sold separately,or as one
property. Terms at sale.
BREAD STREET PROPERTY-No. 16.
Runniniffrom .nJrc to Race, between Second and
Third streets.
Also, all that 3 story brick house and lot or
piece of ground, situate on the west side of
Irea street, in the city o. Philadelphia-containing
is front on Bread street 12 feet 6 inches, and in depth
47 feet, more or less; clearof all incumbrances.
Terms at sale.
T. W. L. FREEMAN, Auct.
aug 23-dt7S Auction Store, No. 8 S. 3d st.
Paper Han-ings.
R OBERT GOLDER, No. 144 Chesnut street, four
Doors above 6th street, offers for sale, wholesale
and retail, at the lowest rates, a large, rich and splen-
did collection of
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
PAPER 1HANGBINGS;
Among which are-
White, Satin, Gold, Lemon, Velvet, Silver, Foulard,
Tapestry, Gothic, Plain, Figured and bright coloured
Papers, Borderings, Views, Chimney Screens, Crimson,
Velvet, Gold, Blue, Satin, Silver, Lace. Watered, Rich
Flowered, Pencilled and Colored Views, Lithographic,
Velvet and Common Chimney Screens.
ALSO,
Cotton and Silk Umbrellas, Window Blinds, Palm
Leaf Hats. &c. jy 8-dtf'
Notice to Contractors.
WEST PHILADELPHIA RAIL ROAD
SEALED proposals will be received at the Compa-
ny's Office, No. 62 Walnut street, until the 15th
day of September next, for saying the rails or track of
said Rail-Road. Information relating to the same may
be obtained on application to Henry R. Campbell,En-
gineer of the Company,at No. 351 north 6th st.
HENRY LEECH,
aug 11-dtl5S President.
Delaware and Raritan Canal, and Camden and
Amboy Rail Road and Transportation Co.
N IOTICE is hereby given that a dividend of six per
cent.on the joint capital stock of the Delaware
and Raritan Canal, and the Camden and Amboy Rail
Road and Transportation Companies.out of the profits
of the Rail Road Company, has this day beer declared
payable on and after the 16th of Jul inst. by Wm. J.
Watson, at the office of the Rail Road Company in
Philadelphia,by Ira Bliss,at the office of the said Com-
pany in NewYork, and by James Neilson, at the office
of the Canal Company in New Brunswick.
A. STEVENS, Treasurer
je 18-dtf JAS. NEILSON, (Treasu
L. W. GLENN'S
Saponaceous Shaving Compound.
AT considerable trouble and expense, the subscri- .
A ber has obtained the materials for forming the
Shaving Compound now offered to the public for a
quick, firm, and emollient lather, which will not irri-
tate or dry upon the face. This Compound is not sur.
passed by the finest imported Shaving Soaps, if even
equalled by them. The unqualified approbation this "
Compound has received from numerous persons who
nave used it, emboldens the subscriber to offer it with
perfect confidence to gentlemen who shave them-
selves, particularly to those who have stubborn
beards, or tender faces. It is pleasantly perfumed and
neatly done up in a white covered pot, answering all
the purposes of a shaving box.
Price 50 cents, with a large allowance by the do-
zen. Wholesale and retail by L. W. GLENN,
84 south 3d street, opposite the Exchange.
aug 3-dim
JONES'
Printing & Dying Establishment,
JNo. 272 VNorth Front Street, Philadelphia.
HWTHERE Merchants and others can have printed
WV Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Counterpaines, &c.-
The most fashionable and permanent colors-
SILKS, SATINS, CRAPES,
MEIINOES, PONGEES,
BROAD CLOTHS, HosIRY,
CASSIMERS, RIBBONS, &c.
Are died and finished in a superior manner; in partic-
ular their method of restoring old and faded Merinoes
to their original beauty, has hitherto given general sa-
tisfaction.
All orders carefully attended to and promptly exe-
cuted. mav 18-dtf


-A.'N NY 0 P-.,CW S 6


SExtract from '* Shepard Lee," a'new novel.
THE PHILANTHROPIST'S ESCAPE FROM
0, THE LYNCHITES.
But threats and appeals were alike
Wasted on the independent freemen of
that district. Joined by the voters and
i others already assembled at the polls,
t who, at the cry of Lynch the abolition
ist!" had deserted their orator to join the
- nobler sport of Lynching, they increased
e in wrath and enthusiasm; and, stopping
, the cart and breaking open my prison
s house, they dragged me into the light of
day, one man calling for a pistol, ano-
- their a knife, a third a rope, ard a fourth
3 a cord of good dry wood and a coal of
d fire, to burn the villain alive." Such
Sa horrible clamor never before afflicted
my ears or soul. I saw that, abolition-
- ist or not, it was all over with me ; and
2 so saw honest Joshua and Samuel,whose
- only solace forthis unlucky interruption
l to their speculation, was a call some one
Generously made to make up a subscrip-
Stion for their benefit, seeing that it was
" beneath the dignity of the chivalry of
Virginia to cheat even a Yankee of what
was justly his due."
At this moment the orator and candi-
date of the day, stalking up, in high dud
geon, to find what superior attraction
had robbed him of his audience, laid eyes
upon me. I thought I had seen him be-
fore; and, verily, I had. He was that
identical gentleman, the master of the
fugitive slave whom I had concealed in
my house in Philadelphia, and then clap-
ped into prison for robbing me, whence
his master recovered him. There was
no'mistaking the gentleman. He was a
young man of twenty-six or seven, six
feet high, and ote foot wide, long-limb-
ed, with small feet and huge hands, a
great shock of Indian-looking hair, vast,
solemn black eyes, a mouth wide and
square, and a brow that might have suit-
ed a patrirch, it was so wide, and lofty,
and wrinkled. He was evidently a man
destined to shake the walls of the Capi-
tol, and cause stenographers to groan;
the Tully shone in his eye, the Demos-
thenes moved on his lip-there was ge-
nius even in the shape of his nose.
I recollect the man," said he, with
a voice that might have come from the
bowels of a double-bass, it was, so deep,
rolling, and sonorous; he hid my boy
Pompey. His name is Longshanks;
he is a Quaker, a philanthropist and-
an abolitionist."
Hampden Jones, forever !" cried the
delighted sovereigns. "We'll hang him"
(meaning me, however, and not the ora-
tor) "over the poll-window, and then
vote for Hampden Jones, the friend of the
law, the friend of the constitution, the
friend of the South !"
Stay friends," said Hampden Jones,
and his voice stilled the tumult," I have
a word to say on the subject of aboli-
tiou."
Hampden Jones, forever!" cried the
republicans; and HIampden Jones step-
ped up on the head of a barrel, and
stretched forth his right arm. He
stretched forth his left, also, and then
clinching both fists, and pursing his
brows together, until the balls beneath
them looked like rolling grape-shot, he
said:-
"Gentlemen-fellow freemen of Vir-
ginia The bulwarks of a nation's liber-
ties are the virtues of her children. Com-
pared with these, what is wealth? what
is grandeur? what even are power and
glory? These-riches and greatness,
power and renown--are the possessions
of the Old World; yet what have they
availed her? Look around that ancient
hemisphere, and tell me where among
its blood-stained battle fields where un-
der its polluted palaces where in its
haunts of the despot and the slave you
can find the love of liberty, the love of
law, the love of order, the love of justice,
that give permanence to the institutions
they adorn, and, like the laurel crown of
the Cesars, guard from the thunderbolt
the temples they bind in the wreath
of honor? Look for them in the Old
World, but look in vain. The mighty
Cs.ssus of Christendom, once vital with
virtue, llfto ;ts dc..eytid bulk beyond the
verge of theA tlantic, a vasix-,,a.L lm-.
ful monument of decay 1 Age and the-
shocks of the elements, the wash of the
tempest, and the lightning-stroke, have
ploughed its marble forehead with wrin-
kles; ,mosses hang upon its brows, and
the dust of its own ruin-dust animated
only by insects and reptiles, the offspring
of corruption-moulders over its buried
feet i The virtues that once distinguish-
ed--that almost deified--the immortal
Colossus, have fled from the old, to find
their home in the New World. I look
for them only in the bosoms of Ameri-
cans."
Here the orator, who had pronounced
this sublime exordium with prodigious
earnestness and effect, paused, while the
welkin rung with the shouts of rapture
its complimentary close was so well fitted
to inspire. As for me, I felt a doleful
skepticism as to the justness of the com---
pliment, having the very best reason to


CIs, Jr. dec'd.
15. Aquila Tomlinson, Administrator,cum tes-
tamento nuncupative annexo of WIL-
LIAM HIaTr, dec'd.
15. Leonard Reger, Executor, &c. of JAcoB
REGEt, dec'd, (2d account.)
15. Leonard Reger, Executor,&c. ofRUDOLPH
REGER, dec'd., (second account.)
16. Sarah Ann Guier, Administratrix, &c. of
the Estate of ADAM GUIEt, deceased,
per Robert E. Gray, her Attorney in
fact.
16. Rev. Win. E. Ashton, deceased, Executor,
&c. of MARY WHITE, deceased. Ac-
count (so far as he had administered)
filed by Sarah Ashton, sole Executrix
of said Wm. E. Ashton, dec'd.
16. John Burton, Administrator, &c. to the
Estate of JONATHAN N. GILDEltSLEVE,
dec'd.
16. John Lindsay, Adm'r., &c. of CHARLES
A. HARPER, dec'd.
aug 17-w4w* JOHN GEST, Register.
BRANDYWINE
Chalybeate Springs.
IRS. SWORD respectfully informs her friendsand
the public, that she has again taken for the sea
son, the celebrated and commodious establishment
known as the BRANDYWINE SPRING 110TEL,
and that it is NOW OPEN for the reception of visitors.
Every preparation has been made for the accommo-
atidn of Ihose who may wish to retire to this romantic
und salubrious retreat; and no pains or expense has
been spared to add to their comfort.
Hot and Cold Baths have been provided, which in
addition to the well known qualities of the Chaly beats
Water, render the Brandywine Springs one of the most
desirable resorts in the country for invalids. Its posi-
ion is central, lying within a few hours journey from
Baltimore and Philadelphia, and as there is daily com-
nu.nication with both cities, the Springs possesses pe-
;uliar advantages for families wishing to avail them-
elves of the ;ure and wholesome air during the heat


a. U r.r- *
on the wretch, we shall proceed about it
in an orderly and dignified way, resolve
ourselves into a great and solemn tribu-
nal, and so adjudge him to death with a
regularity and decorum which shall ex-
cite the admiration and win the appro-
bation of the whole world."
Hampden Jones, forever!" cried the
sovereigns, and so it appeared that all
the benefit that I was to derive from this
interference, was only to be despatched
in a more orderly manner.
Seeing this, I became horribly fright-
Sened-indeed, so much so. that I was in-
capable of observing properly what en-
sued. I have a faint recollection that
Mr. Hampden Jones resumed his dis-
course, and harangued those who would
listen, on the subject he had promised
to discuss ; and I remember that his au-
ditors echoed every tenth word with tre-
mendous shouts. But what I remember
better than all was, a spectacle that soon
attracted my attention, being nothing
less than the apparition of five or six
stout negroes, climbing up a tree hard
by, dragging a rope after them, and tying
it round a branch; all which they exe-
cuted with uncommon spirit and zeal,
shaking their fists at me,and calling me
a cussed bobolitionist."
What was to become of me ? Had I
become the most generous and humane
of men only to be hanged ? A cold
sweat broke over me and my knees
knocked together. The men who held
me, held me faster. My judges, the
members of the great and, solemn tribu-
nal, began to decide on my fate with the
regularity and decorum (advised by their
orator) which were to win the approba-
tion and admiration of the whole world
-that is to say, by each man marching
up to the orator's barrel, where stood a
committee appointed to receive the votes,
pronouncing his name, and voting to
hang the incendiary."
All this while, I believe, I was trying
to say something in my defence; but I
have not the slightest recollection ot
what it was. Matters were coming--
may say had come-to a crisis, and my
life hung upon a thread ; when suddenly
a negro, who had been among the most
active and zealous of the volunteers on
the tree, fell from the high branch on the
ground, and, besides breaking his own
neck, as I understood'by the cry that
was set up, crushed, two or three white
men.
This produced a great hubbub, and,
those who had stationed themselves
about me as guards ran forward to see
what mischief had been done. As they
ran one way, I betook to my heels arid
ran another. I rushed into the nearest
house ; but being instantly pursued and
ousted, I fled into a garden, from which
I was quickly chased by men and dogs,
the first screaming, and the second howl-
ing and barking, so that the uproar they
made was inexpressible.
Fear lent me wings; and after a series
of adventures, I was enabled to escape
from my murderous enemies.

TO ALL CREDITORS, LEGATEES, AND OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED.
N NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the following
named persons did, on the dates affixed to their
name., file the accounts of their administration to the
estates of those persons deceased, and Guardians' ne-
counls,whose names are undermentioned,in the Office
of the Register for the Probate of Wills and granting
Letters of Administration, in and for the city and
county of Philadelphia, and that the same will be pre-
sented to the Orphans' Court of the said city and
county fr confirmation, and allowance, on the
THIRD FRIDAY IN SEPTEMBER next, at ten
o'clock in the morning, at the County Court House in
said city.
1836.
July 22. David Ellis, Executor, &c. of ELIZABETH
BRiGos, dec'd.
23. William Jeffirson, Administrator, &c. of
the estate of Captain JACOB JEFFER-
soN, dec'd.
25. Samuel Grant, Acting Executor, &c. of
the estate of WILLIAM STEVEwNsoN,de-
ceased, (2d account.)
26. James Sawer, Executor, &c. of the estate
of ANN WETHERILL, dec'd.
27. Maria H. Bryan and Joseph Hemphill,Ad-
ministrators, &c. ofWiLLiAM P. BRY-
AN, dec'd.
28. Susan Gourley and William Couper, Ex-
ecutors, &c. of HUGH GOURLEY, dec'd,
(2d account.)
29. Charles Gulager, Executor, &c. of MAar
GULAGEX, dec'd.
Aug. 1. Richard P. Foulke, Administrator, &c. of
1 .- the estate of Jamzs P. HATTON, dec'd.
1. Trim-i administrator, &c. of the
estate of CATHAKE dec'd
2. Caleb Pierceand John Hobsonx
&c. of BARBARA BOSS, dec'd.
5. David Tarter, Administrator, &c. of the
estate of CATHARINE TAITir.R, dec'd.
6. Augustin Stevenson and Samuel Eckstein,
Administrators, &c. of JAcon SCH IT-
TER, dec'd.
8. John E. Squires, deceased, Executor, &c.
of the estate of C;HALOTTE N. LEA-
cecK, deceased, account (so far as he
had administered) filed by Elizabeth
Squires, sole Executrix of said John
E. Squires, dec'd.
8. Abraham L. Hart, Executor, &c., of ELI-
ZABETH HART, dec'd. "
9. John C. Davis, .Acting Executor, &c. of
the estate of JOHX UMSTED, deceased,
(final account.)
11. William Boyer, Administrator, &c, for the
estate ofiJJAMEs BoEnR,deceased, (final
account.)
11. Robert S. Oakeley, Acting Executor, &c.
of GEonGE OAKELEY, dec'd.
15. Thomas Willing Francis and Alfred Fran-
cis, Executors, &c. of CHARBLES FRAN-


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distrust that love of liberty, law, order,
and justice, which was about to consign
me to ropes and flames, without asking
the permission of a judge and jury.
Moreover, I could not exactly see how
Mr. Hampden Jones' remarks on the old
and new world had any thing to do with
the subject of abolition, which he had
risen to discuss; and, indeed, this diffi-
culty seemed to have beset others as well
as myself, several crying out with great
enthusiasm, Let's have something on
abolition, and then to the Lynching !"
while others exclaimed, Let's have the
Lynching first and the speech after-
ward."
Abolition, my fellow-citizens !" said
the orator, "it's my intention to address
you on the subject of abolition. But
first let me apply what 1 have already
said. I have said, and I repeat, that the
love of liberty, of law, of order, of jus-
tice, belongs peculiarly to the free sons
of America. Let me counsel, let me ad-
vise, let me entreat you to have this ino,
ble truth in remembrance on the present S
occasion. Beware, lest, in what you it
now intend to do, you give occasion to
the enemies of freedom to doubt your d
virtue, to suspect the reality of your love a
of law, order, and justice; to stigmatize
you as the friends only of riot and out- a
rage." 'I
These words filled me with joyful as- ti
tonishment. I began to believe theyouth- R
ful Tully was about to interfere in my m
Favor, to rebuke the violence of his ad- s







o S.Thenmerous admirers6MtI The following, from he correspondence of the Nw YoaK,iAug. 30. Extract from Part Second of Cooper's "SWITZ- Wisconsin.-The corner stone of the first Pres- For aaIll e.
Fon.sr, te distinguis.-The num erous admirers a Mt. Albany Argus, gives a variety of interestipong parti- furder.-An atrocious murder was perpetra- ELAND,now in press. byterian church in the territory of Wisconsin, was The packet schr. MEDIUM, Capt. Place.
SFonasr, the distinguished tragedian, will be rati- Albany Argus, gives a variety of interesting parti- ted last night at abot twelve o'clock,on the wharves The last ofthese informal interview The last of these informal interviews with Gene- laid in the town of Du Buque on the 18th ult., havingtwo-thirds of herargo engaged t
"-^ fled to learn that the managers of the Chesnut st. culars in relation to the Rathbun affair, and other near the foot of Wall street. One of the city watch- ral La Fayette, was one of peculiar interest. I with the usual ceremonies, in the presence of Chief sai 1i d. o e or t
1laTheatre have effected an engagement with him, matters in that section of the country: men, named Hudson; we are informed, had a scuf- generally sit but half an hour, leaving him to go Justice Dunn and a large concourse of citizens. JAMES HAND,
"and that on Monday evening he Will appear at that Bufalo, Atougust, 1836. fle with a stout seafaring man, apparently a Span- to his evening engagements, which, by the way, aug 23-dtf V. Packet Office, 58 S. wharves.
establishment in a favorite character. His stay is Dear Sir-This is a large place, and ike Plats- lard or Italian, at about the above hour; the cause are not fr n is s d TheS e e.--Chief uice Shaw deliver
necessarily limited to live nights, as his arrange- burgh,as the old song has it, "will grow biggertho' which led to it is not known, but it is probable that to remai d d to hours with him. an elaborate opinion this morning i a ti
g xT~x~ ,, 'T J~ks' meritsfor appearing in Londu are such that he hereafter." Every thing seems to be done on a the watchman in the discharge of his duty had We chatted a good deal of the state of society un- the negro child claimed as the propet fM.Sa hfn rts hp MCpt.ren
BY MIFFLIN & PAR RY., ust speedily embark. large scale. Private individuals dig ship canals, and stopped the foreigner from some cause of suspicion; der the old regime. Curious to know his opinions ter, of New Orleans, and held by Mr. Ayes. The ,lbr yto vg tiaw
No. 99 S.Second street, thir door above Waln ut. Fro the subjoinedly emb extract from the New Yorkrk. it excites no surprise for one man to talk of erecting a child's flannel petticoat was found afterwards on of their private characters, I asked many questions Judge decided that the child was rr, an or- Capta on board, at South street
No 99 Secondstreet ird doorabove Walnut. From the subjoined extract from the New York l at a e nse o 00,000. Even the spot,-and that the foreigner resisted. He suc- concerning the royal family. Louis XVI. he de- dered her to be placed under the care ofElls G. Lo- waror to ROBERT TAYLOR,
DAILY PAPER-Fight Dllar.s per annum. Evening Post, it will be seen that he commences a Rathbun's stupendous frauds are characteristicof the needed in getting away from the watchman, who scribed as a well meaning man, addicted a little too ring, until a proper guardian can be prided. ug 2-dt 27 Market st. ab)ve th.
TIREE TIMES A WEEK-FiveDolls. per annum. brief engagement in that city, this evening.-The place, not in respect to their turpitude, but their pursued him, giving the alarm, a distance of about much to thile pleasures of the table, but who would decision was restricted to -this particular case. JAMES HAND'S LINE.
PAYABLE AL YEARLr IN ADVALNCE. Post says:-" The manager of the Park theatre magnitude. Of course, his operations afford the fifty yards,when theruffian turned round and plung- have done well enough had he not been surrounded Boston Transcrilt. For Norfolk & Petersburg,Va
has succeeded in, effecting an engagement with Mr. principal topic of conversation. Not only is his ed a rigger's knife in the stomach of the watchman, by bad advisers. I was greatly surprised by one of Via Chesapeake and Delaware Canal.
Jo l et)(1 r)ta sueedtfrew in, cings ao e pgag tuen i rnamein every man's mouth, but the marks of his who fell dead on the spot. Two of the Custom his remarks: "Louis XVI." observed La Fayette, THIRD WARD, N.; 1- f oanturday
us* Forrestforn, a few nights prior to his departure hafo- enterprize and taste are visible in every part of the House watch, Mr. Hughes and Mr. Van Tassell, "owed his death as much to the bad advice of Gou- At a meeting of the democratic citizens of is Th rt ROWLETT,
Wd A Ust 31 1836. London, and that he will appear in a favorite char- city. The theatre, a very chaste and beautiful drawn there by the alarm given by the watchman, verneur Morris, as to any other thing." You may ward, friendly to the election of artinan a C er freight or passage Opply,
ctWednesay, ug ue a, 1n acter on Wednesday evening next. Mr. Forrest's building, was built byv"Rathbun." A hotel just seized the assassin and took the knife, still reeking be certain I did not let this opinion go unquestioned; ran and Richard M. Johnson, held ou I ursdy e itao JAMES AND.
engagement at the Covent Garden theatre, London, opened, and surpassing in size, splendor and interi- with the blood of his victim, from his hand. Other for, on all other occasions, in speaktng of Mr. Mor- evening, Aug. 25, at the house ef Dani Rig do JhMES ,
DEIVIO RATIC is such as precludes his remaining in this country or arrangements, any thing out of New York, was watchmen speedily joined them, and the fellow was ris, his language had been kind and even grateful. corner of Front and Noble streets, for te purpose JAMES HAND'SLINE.
Bepublcan omnuatonS: ^^ : ^m f^-wt h opeo h ~^S a-S^~^ ^^a.For Baltimoe via Canal.
Republican Nominations: beyond the 16th proximo, and the shortness of his built by him. A range of seventeen spacious stores, carried off to the watchhouse with the corpse of the He explained himself, by adding, that Mr. Morris, of organizing a Democratic Ward A ssoi aion*
FOR PRESIDENT, stay necessarily limits his enigagemient to a very besides others scattered about the streets, owe their murdered man.--Courier. coigfrmaconrisk meiaDay.stnd JOEHJUTC wsap
FOR RTN VA T U EN. few nights. lie is to appear in London in te erection to him. Churches, and other public build- to with great respect, and that on all occasions he and Alexander M. Peitz, secretary. Te packet sloop WATER WITCH, Capt.
A Ti VA. RE2* few tt ings, and many private dwellings, all exhibiting great iMurder.-On Saturday night a decent looking gave his opinions against democracy, advising re- A constitution was reported by the committee Watson. For freight pply to
FOR V E-PRESIDENT, month of October. Besides himself, Macready, taste and good workmanship, are his work. His young man, named McCrudden, residing atthepor- distance, when resistance was not only too late but appointed at a former meeting, and adopted. JAMES HAND
R VIC I C-PID. JO NS'ON Farren, and Mrs. Glover are engaged at the Covent lumber and stone yards, and his brick kins, are on ter house of Mr. Pollock, corner of Goldand Spruce dangerous. He did not call in question the motives The following persons were then elected officers aug 31-1t 58 south wharves.
*ICHARD I'. 1& Garden theatre." a large scale, and well supplied. He had, indeed, streets, was passing along Gold street, near the of Mr. Morris, to which-he did full justice, but mere- of the association for one year. JAMES HAND'S LINE.
Electoral icket.rovided for maki ten million of brick this sea- house ofa Mr. Mastings, who called to him and de- ly affirmed that he was a bad adviser. He gave me John Laws, President. For Tew ok, Via Ca Ial.
Gen. Robert Patterson, Sicketoria. Miss P LLS commenced her engageme nt at SO. He owned some forty or fifty post coaches sired him to keep off his stoop; McCrudden replied to understand that the representatives of America Joseph Justice, Jacob 8 Coats, Vice Presidents. This Day.
Gen. Robert Patterson, orial. Miss P s co enced her engagement at nfie o r or a oa that he was not near his stoop, while the former re- had not always been faithful to the popular princi- William Goldsmith, Secretary. The packet schr JOHN D GORDON,
1. Tho m mr 12. Thos. C. Miller, the Chesnut street Theatre on Monday evening to all, of a good kind. He had, as I underst and, asserted that he was. Some verbal altercation pie, and even went into details that it would be im- John Merkel, Assistant Secretary. Capt. Schenck. For freit
J.Toseph .Bu r oden 13,W i. T u .C .Mla erk ,ath owe dhosut stretandh e rformeo od ayulia nin g t oh n i e o x h n r d hreshananielorR eiosthatrhasotrnea
2 Joseph Burden, 13. Wmi. Clark, a crowded house, and performed Julia in the about fifty miles of the western end of the stage then ensued between the parties of rather an irritat- proper for me to repeat. I have mentioned this Daniel Reiff, treasurer. 31-lt. 58 south whArves.
Samnel Badger, 14. John Mitchell, Hunchback in her usual admirable manner. She route between this place and Albany, entirely to ing character, when Mastings drew a knife and opinion of Mr. Morris, because his aristocratical John Tompkins, Messenger. 5, stwh
3. John Naglee, 15. Leonard.Rupert, appears this evening as Mrs. Oakley,in the Jealous himself, and it certainly was the best part of the stabbed McCrudden in the side, the blade entering sentiments were no secret, because they were min- The following resolutions were then adopted, ord O IO t ai.
Oliv4. Gardner AlliFurnesson, 16. GeoAsa Kremernn, pp Wife, one of her best performances, whole line-having better horses and carriages. his body between the ribs. He was conveyed to gled with no expressions of personal severity, and and committees appointed. HE suhscriherhave for sale-A Practical Trea.
HenMOliver Allison, 18. Win. R. smith, better attendance, and exhibiting a greater desire his lodgings, where he lingered until Sunday night, because I have heard them from other quarters. He Resolved, That a committee of naturalization be 1. tise fthLaa fMortmainandcharitable oUe
Henry me n, Ro. P.ttrrn To-nightat the a t street Theatrethe splen- toacctmmodate the public. His range ofstables when he died. The person who is represented as pronounced a strong eulogiumn on the conduct of appointed for the Third Ward. as r1tle
obPs To-nigt,at the Walnut street Theatrthe coach houses and workshops, were all substantiahaving inflicted the fatal wound has, itis said, ab- Mr. Crawford, which he said was uniformly such Daniel Reiff, Conrad Mantel and John Laws oelford, Esq. of the Middle Temple,
7. Jacob Kern, 21. W. M'Williams, did drama of the Bronze Horse will be produced, and convenient buildings, and well appointed. sented himself from the city and escaped. An in- as became an American minister, were appointed and severally consented to serve. p. H. NICKLIN & T. JOHNSON,
9. Jacob Dillinger, 22. Dr. J. Power, For scenery &c. see the advertisement in another Such also were his stores and warehouses-well quest was held, which brought in a verdict that the There is nothing, however, novel in these in- Resolved, That a committee of two persons be aug 31-dt Law Booksellers, No, N. 6th st.
9. Paul Geiger, 23. Robert Orr,
I. Paul Geiger, 24. John Carothers, column. built and well filled. He must have been a re- deceased came to his death by being stabbed by the stances, of our representatives proving untrue to the appointed to confer with the assessor of the ward, W a t
Henn sh, 25. J. P. Davis. markable man, to have been able to conduct and person above named.-!. prominent feeling of the country on the subject of relative to registry of voters. ROM ondrel boers llndi-
SUBSCRIBERS FOR TREE MONTHS. It will be seen on reference to an advertisement control business so various and of such magni- popular rights it is te subject of very frequent Jacob B Coats and A M PetzI t o ne orifiaa
A Utheensuing SFO THREE MONTHSwieiit seqentonrhatrencebtoksno nrtude. His forgeries were upon the same extend- Stabbin.-On Sunday night, a man named comment inEuonEurope, and sometimes of complaint on Resolved, That we recommend to t General meite Rpo y nt on d ped fori o ab
As the ensuing three months will embrace all the in a subsequent column, that the books of subscrip- ed scale. I am credibly informed that it is now Patrick Henry, of No. 221 Fulton street, being in the part of those who are struggling for what they Association of the Northern Liberties to call a din- bodied men.
returns nof the election ator President and VicetoTE PeNN- tion to the Penn Township and Kensington Rail ascertained by an examination of his papers, that company with another named Michael Hope, both conceive to be their just privileges; many of them trict meeting for some evening in the next week. Laborers will find it advantageous employment, a
L N" will be received for that time, at the fol- Road will be opened at the Third Street Hall, on f rom the commencement of his forgeries to the of them having drank too freely, and getting into a having told me, personally, that our. agents fre- Resolved, That a general meet of e dem it wil be sae ie has dermned
lowing rate, payable in advance. Monday and Tuesday, the 12th and 13th of Sep- present time, they amount to about $7,000,000! quarrel, in the heat of passion, Hope drew his quently stand materially in their way. cratic citizens of this ward be held at the house of that at all mes the higt ates o
'Daily Paper, $2 00. member. No crime, of the same magnitude, is, I believe, on sword cane and stabbed Henry through the upper Louis XVIII. La Fayette pronounced to be DanielReiff, on Thursday evening, Sept. at g -dl Capt. Engeers.
Tri-weekly, 1 25. record. Fauntleroy, in England, although, exceed- part of the arm, inflicting a severe wound. Hope the falsest man. he had ever met with; to use his o'clock, and that notice be given accordingly ag -
WeeklyF ing allEuropeanexperience, did not more than equal has been apprehended and lodged in prison.-b&. own expression, "I'homme le plus faux." He through the newspapers and otherwise. OnC pollard KeWard.
From the Keystone. g aave him credit foi a great deal of talent, but added Resolved, That these proceedings be published. rid AN AWAY from the subscriber on the 30th imt.
;CONVENTION TICKET. ORIGIN OF HARfRISONISM. one-tenth part of that amount. But it excites My gv i rdtfiagetda ftlnbtadd RsleTa hs rcei
CONVENTION TICKET. The question is often propounded, how does it wonder how such a course of conduct could be con- We learn from the Salem Landmark, that a wo- that his duplicity was innate, and not the result of JOSEPH JUSTIC, Chairman. ALFRED OLLENBECK l ar
The Democratic Delegates of the County of Phi- hae question is. balled opposition w which so loud- tinned for two or three years, to so great an extent, man hung herself in the Ipswich House of Cor- his position, for it was known to his young associ- Alexander M Peltz, Secretary. indenteApprsns cohetoe a tintg o
ladelphia, on Monday nominated the following den ced General Jackson as a ".Military without giving rise to some suspicion. Yet none reaction on Thursday morning last. She with two rates in early youth and that they used to say among Aotce.-.In compliance with one of the Allso a c iondaan s hi
ticket for delegates to the Convention to amend the y Chienouncefit and dangeroustobe trusted with seems to have been excited, or if excited, to have other females, had been committed on thesame eve- themselves, as young men, and in their ordinary above resolutions, the democrats of the Third trti b BENJ. ROGERS.
state Constitution:he- civil power," now concentrates its force on General n made ublic It is true that there were man ning for intemperance. She was put into a room gaieties, that it would be unsafe to confide in the Ward, N. L. favorable to thethe election of Martin S pre Buildings, corner of 6and Carpenter st.
ChState C onstitution:- civil power," now concentrateslust its favour of him as it who supposed that bankruptcy would be the end of by herself by the keeper, who went directly into the Compte de Provence. Van Buren and Richard M. Johnson, and to the aug 31-d3t*
Charles J. Ingersoll, Thomas D. Grover, Harrison, and brays as lustily in favour of him as it whos pos ha anrpty{oc t h ent house with the officer. In about fifteen minutes Of Charles X. he spoke kindly, giving him -access of the democratic cause, are invited to MECHANICS' & TRADESMENS'
Joseph M. Doran, George W. Riter, did against General Jackson. The reason of this him; but none seen to have anticipated the truth, house with the officer. In about fifteen minutes Of Charles X. he spoke kindly, giving him -uces of the democratic cause in C AN e ns
Charles Brown, Thomas Earle, marvellous change of tune is easily explained. The in its whole extent. Hesays that for the last four the keeper was called back to the prisoner's room, exactly a different character. He thought him the meet at the house of Daniel Reif corner of Front CO panyo
hrle Bur, Thomn JMalen, federal party has always been distinguished for its months he has lived in constant dread of an explo- where he found her hanging by her shawl to the most honest of the three brothers, though quite un- and Noble streets, on Thursday evening, Sept. 1st,
Pierce Btler, John J. McCaHen, "easy virtue," since the days General Harrison sion-has felt as if he had stood before loaded can- door of the scuttle. He immediately cut the shawl, equal to the crisis in which he had been called to at 8 o'clock. Capital 500,000 dollars.
Thomas Weaver, Abraham Helfenstein, wore a black cockade, and supported old John non, with its match slowly burning. To postpone and she fell dead upon the floor. She wasa widow, reign. He believed him sincere in his religious Business of importance will be laid before the
John Folkrod. Adams and the alien andseditionlaws. the explosion, he has been obliged to continue and about 35 years of age, andhasleft four children.- professions, and thought the charge of his being a meeting. ICORPOR TED BY THE T. T OF
This same righteous federal party saw the over- enlarge his evil practices, until their extent gives She belonged to Haverhill.-N. Y. Gaz. professed Jesuit by no means improbable. PENNSYLV1NI.
PENNSYLVANIA. whehning popularity of General Jackson, and they him a painful elevation above all other criminals. Marie Antoinette he- bought an injured woman. ..... .. or UT HXT STREt
The intelligence from the interior of the State is must have a General too. They cast round for a Notwithstanding his crimes, there is much sym- A case of melancholy distress was made known On the subject of her reputed gallantries, he spoke sAutguost OCKS.18
ofth mot cherig chracer.The county meet- tool, and found one in General Harrison, distin- path for him here. He was always honorable and at the Alms House on Saturday. A married lady of cautiously, promising taa nAeiaIogt nrnvnn n mn rno npro oltrlscrtism osi thatasanemrianssitiesEOREDBYTHofAR
of the most cheering character. e numerous guished alone for his imbecility and unpopularity at generous in .his dealings. He has given employ- respectability, with her child, was brought in to be to make many allowances for a state of society that $1800 Lehigh Sixes, '39 OAO 100 te p ub it.
wings, of which we hear daily,home, whose whole life had been devoted to their ment to a great many laborers. He has done more taken care of by the Commissioners. The name of was altogether unknown in our country. Treating 100 shs Morris Canal, 30 ds b 0 e Company are desirous of calling the attention
attended than they have been for a long time, and service. General Jackson was called "Old lick. than any other one man to build up and adorn this the female is Hathaway, and belongs to Johnstown, this matter with the discrimination of a man of the 100 do U s Bank 122 100 thecommunity to this Institution, and give notice that
there is every evidence that the utmost harmony ory"-and they, in imitation, dubbed Harrison city; and his works will remain many years to at- Montgomery county. She came to this city a week world, and the delicacy of a gentleman, he added 50 do do 3 ds d toloanon entire invoices, as wella
irhti lealso ortwoagod doinginig1with her aqthntityoreprpaedttataheeoenreliyrexoneravtedheerfraomall e ooes, an wll
and enthusiasm exist in the ranks of the demo- old Buck-epe." General Jackson was demnma- test distaste and enterprize,and to pepetuateadso or two ag, brigin wt hr a uai of n- tha e entirey ona hepm ad oo te c
cratic party. When this is the case, the hoes of ted the "Her6 of New Orleans"--andGeneral Har- the memory of his offences. And in his failure, he ture, all put up in cases. In consequence of being charges that had proceeded from vulgar a 00 do Del& Hudson, 30 ds s o 00 oites
opposition, under the most favorable circumstances, risn appears on the stage a s the "Hero of North has taken care to provide for all his creditors here, unable to obtain a house, the furniture was stored, while he admitted she had betrayed a partiality for 100 do- a young Swede that was at least, indiscreet for one do n 9 1 re eote
are mere delusions; but now, the deeds of the mi- Pedene in the capital of Pennsylvania-and, lo! from his operations, but many have been benefitted ing at Brooklyn. On the morning of the unfortu- in her situation, though he had no reason to believe do o 45 50 allowed. The office ours are from 9 o'clock, A.M.
nority legislature, and their open disregard of the General Harrison is brought forth in the same place, by them. The loss will fall principally upon banks nate steamboat accident, her husband was in the her attachment had led her the length of criminality. do Philadelphia Bank 112 100 til 3 o'clock P M. except on Saturday, when theof
wishes of the people, have created such an excite- by leaders whose support, where they are known, and brokers abroad,and it is not therefore surprising Jackson, and was one of those who sank with her 3 do Schuylkill Nay v 164 50 ice is open ti P
ment that all their tricks to retain themselves in would be regarded as a great negative compliment, that a feeling of commisseration for him should ex--h aving in his pocket $100 at the time. His wife, From the N. Y. Evening Post. 25 do do cash & 3 d 165 50 By ordero J LOG S I, Cr.
power only tend tor make their defeat more certain, General Jackson had fought many batt .les--gained ist here. on learning the afflicting news,was thrown into con- The account of the outrage committed on Kitch- J O.."3IIH a~r
power only tend t make their defeat more certain, Generalny victories, and achieved many glorious deeds- I have not heard any one make the remark, vulsions, and partly lost the use of her senses. In ell, which we had hoped was erroneous, is confirm- SALES AT THE NEW YORK STOCK aug 31--dtf *
wand themselvesntmrue imhporheriewafte. The General Harrison is equally.famous he has re- which seems to me to follow very justly from this a state of insanity, she had escaped with her child, ed in the article below. Is it not time that some- EXCHANGE.-August 29. Proceedings against Girard
who may be entrusted with power hereafter cently gained battles from which he ran away; and case, and that is, that under no other circumstances and said she was going to start for Johnstown,where thing should be done for the safety of those citizens 275 shs U S Bank 123al22 Tr st.
defeat of the coalition in October and November, where history does not sp than theeak of hi s heroic actions, than the general spirit of speculation which pervades she has highly respectable connexions; she was, of the north, who may journey or temporarily re- 490 do Morris Canal 94 Etienne Girard & others, Bill in Chancery, filed in
within the limits of Pennsylvania, will be so tre- it is falsified and interpolated to answer the pur- every portion of the community, and this part par- however, overtaken in the streets, and brought to side in the southern States? This safety ought to 108 do do 20 and 60 days 941 vs. the Circuit Court of the
rendous and whiggery so far annihilated that pose ticularly, could such an extended fraud have contin- the Alms House to betaken care of. Although she be complete, whatever may be the private opinion 750 do Del & Hudson 96a95 The Mayor Alderma, United States for the
when it again possesses spirit enough to risk ano- General Jackson was taken up by the spontane- ned so long undetected. In ordinary times, the has moments of sanity, the place where her furni- of the individual. IS it only a dream in which we 100 do do sellers 90das9I XRCofpceinsiedtreoralth
otherr contest, it must be in another shape and under ous action of the people, who in gratitude for his magnitude of his operations would have led to an Aueisanctordhsetrl sae e eolcin aebe nugnta iie of justicUnitedmanit, do dohopedwdaysta96s s.alctReal hendvePersonal Estatete left3 to tantee' Barkpors.
.ht e to to nobl act, sutined hmby foeqpuent t metns n hale ioiscosure.mAs, th a ac sof jshie aln d huaiy rit ei r hoe h-Sae isga i tizn heer he goes wi hithe lie 3 Plante Bank Mlr 9dass. 12 t~ of hia e epi in trst, it hh x epino
a new form. loud demonstrations of their feelings. His name He has involved his brother and his nephew ever htas itin charge, will make it known to Col. mits of the Republic, and entitled at all times to 289 do N 0 Gas Bank 100 the sum devoted to the improvementof Delaware Av-
was echoed and re-echoed from hill to hill and (Rathbun Allen) in the same ruin with himself.- Mann, at his office, in the Park. It consists of large protection in his person and property? Will the enue. Price 12 cents. Published by
ELECTION NEWS. from valley to valley, from one extremity of this vast The latter, who was his clerk, was at large for seve- boxes, containing crockery, bedding, chairs, &c. southern States suffer their ancient character for O f Trade 31-dT DE I ERt.
The St. Louis Republican says:-The whole of union to the other.-his fname, extensive as the ral days, no evidence being found to implicate him Y. erc. dv. hospitality to be merged in a series of outrages and Philadelphia Bo of Trade aug 31-dlm 110 Walnut t
the returns from the different counties have not yet wind, was written deep in the hearts of his country- in the forgeries. At length, among the filed letters,infrmed barbarities, such as are recorded inaf the article be- ORGE W. lN ePH BALDWIN, GE DUNAN & O
breach us; ut suficien is kown t make t cer men.sometrom im eefonP vrysrngl rse U [NFORTUNATE .AFFRAY.--We are informed that low--or if they are prepared for this, are the people GEORGE W. TOLAND, STEPHE ALWN
reached us; b sufficient is known tovro myake i r General Harrison is attempted, by little knots of ed) which I understand explain fully their mode of another of these disgraceful affrays, of so frequent of the north ready to give up the right of safe tran- CHARLES S. BOKER. O l o Frign a/d D e ic od,
tain that Mr. Boggs is chosen Governor, by five or town federalists, to be heralded to the world as the operations. occurrence of late, took place on Monday evening sit, and unmolested residence in any of the territo-
six hundred majority ; that Mr. Cannon is elected "unanimously chosen"--the "people's candidate" But enoughof this subject. I have dwelt some of last week, near Blackwoodtown, between Wm. ties of the Republic, a right which is guaranteed to Lette.r Bags, -^ '1O the Trade only,
Lieutenant Governor by much larger vote, and-meetings are held daily, nightly, in his favour, time upon it, because the effect of Rathbun's opera- Etchells, a white man, and Luke Fawcett, a black us b the Constitution? Ship Mo ahe, o er Sept. 20 o ae t--
that Messrs. Harrison and Miller are to be repre- processions parade our streets, led by drums, fifes, tions, and his fate, upon the growing prosperity of man, employed in building the new factory in that From the ewark Daily dvertier. Ship Edward Bona e, Gallagher, New Orleans, soon FOREIGN GOODS B THE CASK.
0oys^^^ in^^ ^ S Buffaois a atter cn^ ^^^^ of me istu egbrod hyaefo the neighborhood of CASE orAO W ^.KTCEL.- have at ShpEdadBoafeGalagh er,. at~ ^ ^8?B^^
sentatives of the State in the next Congress. and tin horns, and composed of all the idle boys m Buffalo, is a matter of much speculation. It is true e hdthy tne ros o ARON TCHerLL. e ave at Barque EM., Natchez Vicksburg, soon Halter, Trace & Log Chains, Hose Bellows pipes,
town, hired at three cents a night, to carry trans- that no one here will lose by him, and he has ben D arby, Del., and had that day returned from a visit length authentic information concerning the treat- Brig Pilot, Milton, Kingston, Jam. soon Short and Long Hand Pans, Cross Cut Mill Saws,
From the Jacksonville (Illinois) Gazette and News. parent oyster signs instrumental in bringing much money from abroad, to their friends at the latter place. Shortly after ment of this young Jerseyman, at Hillsbore', Geo. Brig Navarre, Moore, St. Jago de Cuba, soon Common and Broad Butts, Sledge and Hand Ham.
It is supposed, from th e returns(Illinois) Gazette and News. pe y i eig, and spending it in the erection of substantial build- their return a quarrel arose, and they left the work- A citizen of this State, who has just returned from Brig Bourne, Cole, Havana, soon Tin'd Table and Tea Spoons, mers,
It is supposed, from the returns already received, "Which banSalaze ader's red ings. In this respect he has benefitted the place men 'to fight it out.' Etchells, who we are informed, Georgia, called upon us last evening to say that he Brig Constitution, Sage, New Orleans, soon Steelyards and Balances, Hooks andHinges,
that Casey's majority, the Van Buren candidate in As an rSalamanders head, North on the other hand, h has ntirly monopolize was so drunk as to be scarcely able to stand, refused saw him at the house of a mutual friend near Mil- Bri- Ta con, (new) Tatem, Mobil o Trunk Ches md CuPboard P ro a
the second district, over Field, the White candrdrttofroFrtMe0 od uc n eoc fn h ndc e ioye and t Jogo iinto We house, the Iack ,eville, shortly after the Lynching transaction at rLt intended t be r a R dm Cutlery, t rass anle-
will be from 4 to 6000 votes. In the first district, Bend defender of Fort Meigs -and "old Buck the business of building, and impeded the settle- following, putting on his jacket-before reaching Hillsboro'. He fully confirms the suggestions here- Apl Packers ind o be aded by the Patend mal Wary, stiks,
Reynolds and Snyder are both ahead of Gatewood. eye of the West. The ridiculous farce of attempt- mnt and success of mechav e been permanently useful the house Etchells turned and struck at the black, toflore madh he young man is not onlyno Abo- aboverpoo list, must be left at the Foreign Letter Office Files and Chisels, &c. &c.
It s uppse tht nyer s leced Snde ad ig o plmGemHarion n he ubicas equal and prosperity would have been permanently useful, tehueEcel une n tuka h lck, tofore made that the young man is not onlyino Abo- above list, must be left at the ForinLte fieFlsadCiescc e
It is supposed that Snyder is elected. Snyder and ing to palm Gen. Harrison on the public se and he has of course, temporarily affected the gene- who immediately drew his knife, and inflicted two litionist, but that he has said or done nothing what- up stairs,) Philadelphia Exchange, and not dropped in DOMESTIC GOODS.
Reynolds are both Van Buren men, and Gatewood with Gen. Jackson, was faithfully represented by ral credit of the place. Whether the good or the severe stabs in the abdomen of Etchells. His ever since his residence in Georgia to excite a rea- the Post Office below. SheetBrass, American Shovel and
eeis o for many body but Van Buren. The result ofth ola iowe ecohitmaiwt the lion obad will predominate, it is hard to tell. wounds were dressed by Dr. Synnott, and though sonable suspicion., His friends there-who are BAes Br atchets JBuon Tin We
election for members of the State Legislature, as far the lion. n. h u You have seen an account of Clark, who robbed yeti a very critical situation, it is thought likely southern in feeling and sentiment-say there can an otes Ta Ketees and the
as known, is not less gratifying than that of Con.s- Such is the origin of Harrisonism. A humbug ed the president of a western bank of $13,000.That will recover. The black man was taken immediate- be no question on this subject, that the most jealous Port of Philada.--Alg. 31 o and a er
gressnien. The democratic majority in the legisla- which, when started, most laughed at; and which, to is villain in extends. Gentlemanly in ly before Justice Beckley, and committed to the advocates of southern rights could properly construe Mill, Peck's in Ware Ma-
ture, on joint ballot, will be in proportion of two to as it progresses, disgusts all who witness its naue his manners and educated as a lawyer, he passes prison in this place, where he awaits his trial in Oc- into a charge of heresy. ARRIVED, Safe and Sieves, chinery,
one. ous servility and lavish imitations. Like al l in th rld et he has lived for ears b si- tober next. We are now but a step behind the His treatment at Hillsborough is traceable to a ,Brig Otis, Noble, Havana, 9 days, with sugar mo Razor Straps, Plain and Fancy Bel-
tators, their General and his retainers, caper in the dpredats. he rascal understands his tra desperadoes of the South and West, and where it is widely different cause, most disgraceful to the par- slania&. mrto ohn F Ohl-was towed up y Penn- A u s and Gaimeth- W lw s, I
THE OHIO ELECTION, ant c style of m teb -out-Herod Herod in eseyheh prcsedh. to stop we know not Almost every fancied insult ties concerned. Mr. Kitchell, it appears, previous vanhoe Plouder, New Orleans, 25th inst. Amercan Locks and Latch- affl nd d Iron,
The following is an extract of a letter from a their heroism, and, as Mr. Stephens would say, e s ne t as pse f a or injury is now avenged by the dirk or stiletto, and to his last visit to his family friends in this vicinity, with cotton, lead, &c. to captain-was towed up by CaBriae Springs and Stes Belsofal gs,
highly valued friend in Ohio, who is well acquaint- possess all the gyrations, contor"ons, an prop he- city of tp unless the full force of the law be meted to every had charge of a school in Hillsborough, and had Pennsylvania. T SprgsP ad Bi1l, BritanniaWare,
ed with the politics of that state. He says: tic screams of the Pythoness, without a gleam of the s rthe singular Soe offender, the use of these weapons must multiply.- been disappointed in his efforts to collect the ti- Schr Sarah, Knowlton, 13 days from Eastport, with Clarkand Steel's Patent Bal- Planes, Tools, c.
"Ohio is regarded as safe. The majority will spirit of her mnspirations. years ago he met a citizen of this place in Georgit W. J tion money, from some at least of the persons who plaseBori 2 days from N York with anc ket Boles and m bs
ore from rato n ay bh rel n Every where throughout our commonwealth the ano I i t f nd thy travelled together One day Aupon takin e employed him. On his return to Georgia, he re- md oo AnBCo. aym day omosad kaes and Casimerass anSaddl ,
... .f'' ofrot inhrato whic "aiy be telied fpoo, Gare^ si~ Ferry,^^ Foiaated the solved to try the virtue of law, and wrote to a friend '"Sloop AnnaMar Lay man, 2 days from Baltimore, Brs aAndi*rons aand lFire Scewsand Nails,
and you may rely upon its correctness. Our Legis- democrats are organizing and preparing for the ap e een robbed Tho Buffalo entle- 30th of July, which we find the Eastport Senti- at the time that he should remain there until the with mdze to Jos Hand. Dogs, Cotton, Wool &ie .eo
lature will be Democratic, as will be also our Gov. preaching contest. In many of the representative m ..... .. ...... ..odefu, f e arie nel, gives the following appalling picture of the experiment was fully tried. Revenge was threaten. Sloop Eliza Ann, Berto'n, 2 days from N York, via Hyde's Fine and Fancy Cards,
ernor, and we will elect a majority of Van Buren and senatorial districts, owing to the recent unjust hsmone som cm aeesly for i woanrut, ihe alascarr ske ss ....lngthr. ,h letri rma f di epritd n h hreo bltins aawt det BCo DSaS hsadSyls
?- .- -- wilb am adtesd of^ ^ vicor doubfl,-bu .. ..-..... ... "'- xo nav see uy, e paper tna agrat ealthedebs and driving^ hi out of the... coutr Mwit.
elationg with Francc.-- The WashingtonGlobe tat the democrats wisucceed in ajrt p ey rnodn rne scamp wanea n a ... ..n.h. f Th.. ht. S ^ f KunBrig Emry, Cotsue y St. JAgo rCubaJ Ber- Ca s tO ny pnd eS ele
.... W are-rtifie to I.>rn through a -'entle dis"1et. there is but littl reaso for doubting. The nigh ;;.e e Ipu. me., xCl., m papStn .f ... .. ae eoPl come m here ror proteoton I, nl Y"un o i,.).l~i.t tNrkPkl o1. .k >ed O,'rt25.desfrBmiga and~ S heft d Gos
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... ths ..ae two aatons." strtt a ete ril e r eason mgosds bythe demo- which enclosed the money. Clark wap present af*- known Ther peoplefcin herefr paoted con affair, and we are assured that his acquaintances in Schr Norfolk Packet, Costen, N York, via canal, will be received and promptly executed.
Than of high standing n Parids, and onet ait e imat y s t cast d ther yokmenatesmted by ast noa eerwards when the gentleman discovered his loss, from all quarters, and there are now some 7 or 800; Georgia confirm it, Jas Hand. aug 31--ifd3t*
with the councils of the King, that a Minister is ran ey th ari"ea en te t y heering,and and exclaimed that he was 1400 miles from home, the eft comfortable homes and the conveniences Soon after he reached the plantation of his friend, SloopSam IL Southard, Meakins, Baltimore, via & HA RLA,
shortly to be sent to this country, to restore our an ti ccomplishoth desretd end. When and without dollarTohe gogeas fmuden the l t wee compeled iae a bend herh Lerninog rm n tme tm hof ti i lesafroom Sloop J W Caldwell," Hand, Baltimore, Joseph gCnt ff@eO tC to ag e te,
i reland oe that rt iw ea ught lwalto subsist harmony must and w o haper ade th uncls. He was not suspected until after they parted com- sun ormin, and it rakns every afternoon most vio- Morgan county, including aJusticeofthe Peace! Arrived in the Schuylkill. ,N.E. corner WEalnutandFront'StreetY,
dial and .i,, "Concession--every thing for the cause and nothing pany. His victim met him by accident in this city, lently. Add to this the measles broke out among came with arms in pursuit of him, having been in- Schr Canton, Reed, 5 days from Freetown. PHIL.nELPHIA.

......lWe i o t hetw n raftibons. Goodstin recive ons Strae the poiiso31-t-,ulsdhtepltal fhsvrl Teruiomdcaaint e a r" ,,, ;. ,hmte eeprmpydeaddb hs Bi iaDllnhm ae;shsMxcBa.DVDLPLY Ee
ant~eli theatwo natlionst dtfor bmen," will be the ral dying words of the demo- the day before the robbery of the bank president, them, and their insufficient shelter caused coldsm cited by the publication of the proeedings at Hills- ochr Wm Rowlett, Robmson, 5 days from Rich- __ dod received onoorge aIT 31-dt
he. Wtscracy throughout this commonwealth in the ap. Arrangements were made to arrest him, and softh has hu ged of the m oeb creatur;y bort a Mllefgearlle pa pers on the d o r Seqdl NOTICE M
ThphergGaet fFiaysy htt eachin struggle closely was he watched on account of his former or 90 have died within the last five or six weeks, his friends, however, he escaped their search, and Schr Mary Reed, Coverdale, 2 days from Dover. A LL persons indebted to the Esitate of DAVID
Ohio river for a week .past has been exposing its pr any doubts ae entertained in regard to the theft, that he was easily caught after his last effort. Sndhr Sssuppseduhahaords Sharp, 3renodaysno fromy NyonYorebordpayment;Statandoc those havingmFr crklaiPSLYagacensd, saideueestateak
bars and shoals to such a degree that steamboat na- probable political complexion of the majority in our One meets here with many citizens from the sick with the measles, ague and fever, and cholera Learning from the overseer of the plantations that Schr Copper, Sharp, 2 fm do. pyettdtoehvn lisaantsi sae
vigation above that port is nearly suspernted, only next Legislature no man who has any knowledge northerly part of Ohio. I have seen and talked morbuq-the tatter takes off" adults as well as chil- he had left some papers with our informant to bring Cleared from Schuylkill. to present he~mOEPit8r Betteme,. LASLEY,'
.a ocaioallihtdraft boa attpin the pa of the politics of the state, unless he be politically with several. Their uniform declaration to me has den, home, they were peremtorily demanded la this Brig Hitam, Dillingham, Salem; schrs Mexico, Bay- DAVID LAPSLEY, -Executors.
anocainl ih otaemtn epsinsane, can for a moment doubt the success of the been that Ohio would give its electoral vote to Van I have to-day been in the huts of some three to armed banditti, and on examination proved to be more, N York; Mail, Price do; Pocahontas, Knowles, QUINTIN CAMPBELL,)
sage. Va, Ben ...... Johno .....ctor,,l tickt, b ........ Buren. They suppose that inlthe south part of the four hundred of the miserable creatures; my heart a parcel of harmless mannscriperosnthd Nwr;Seu.1LiobHraem..rnngtr, ag1-cln


v n Drn uiono lcoa ce y tnoe, k... .
LATEoTlewhelming majority.-oMontrose Volunteer. state, where Harrison lives, Mr. Van Buren's vote bleeds, and no tongue can .tell the sufferings I have pravity of man! Not a word about slavery Nickersrn, rouidence. Lucy & Abigail, Baker, do. -& A
whligmjrt.-Montrose Volunteer. state, where Harrison lives, Mr. Van Buren's vote No odaotsaey EOA~
dMEeMOuRANDA NOT I( .
LATEST FROM THE SOUTH. may not be as great as was Gen. Jackson's; but in witnessed, and the tales of woe I have heard. In a Thus failing of an opportunity to imbrue their Ship Alexander, Leeds, went to sea from Hampton HE subscribers to the MILLENIAL HARBIN-
By the steam packet lines from Charleston and From the Helena (.Ark.) Journal, Aug. 11. the north part, where they live, they have not the hut ten feet square would be three or four places for hands in the blood of a brother, they returned and Roads, on Friday last, for Liverpool. GER, (edited by Alexander Campbell,) are here-
Norfolk, we have Charleston papers to Friday last, HORRIBLE ATROCITY. least doubt that his vote will be greater, enouigh,and beds,that is, four sticks driven in the sand,and poles advertised him in the Milledgeville papers-stating Ship Chester ,Watson, cleared at N Orleans, Aug. by notified, that Nos. 9, vol. 7, for September, have
26th instant, inclusive. We are informed by several gentlemen from Co. more than enough to compensate for any falling off laid across for boards to rest upon; on them, some that they had used all diligence to avail themselves 17th, for Philadelphia. just arrived from Bethany, Va., and can be obtained
We conversed yesterday with a respectable gen- lumbia, Chicot county, that on Monday evening, at the south, had beds, others nothing but a blanket, The occu- of his company, intending to "redeem the pledge of Ship Macon, Minor, at Savannah, 23d inst. from on application to the Book, Print and Stationary Store,.
tleman who reached here by these conveyances, after the election closed a man by the name of pants of these beds were the most distressing objects our Hillsborough brethren with interest!" and add- New York, 9 days-makes no mention of having been No.45south8th, belowChesnutst
afe h lcincoeamnb h aeo nieto-o-ashore,.u 1-~ EC RNLY
having left Columbus, Geo. on the 22d inst. He Bumca was taken and hung by the citizens of that TAKE CARE OT Youn R IEC~gs-An incidentoc- I ever saw-some emaciated with the cholera mor- ing, "but we are compelled to submit the payment Ship Glasgow, Robinson, from Liverpool, 22d July, h ,' ecl W a l,
informs us that the U. S. Marine Corps had been place. The cause which led to the infliction of such curred the day before yesterday, which shows that bus-some almost burning withfever-others again of that debt to some other good friends who may at N York on Monday; also, shipHenrietta, Grele, 53Ilial8 l Rt
ordered by Gen. Jessup to leave Columbus on the summary punishment, we are informed, was owing persons drawing checks should take care of how having taken cold with the measles, were swollen chance to fall in his way," at the same time minute- days from Hamburg. Warranted Genuine.
22d instant, for West Point, a station higher up to the unlawful conduct of Bunch. He claimed the they throw away a blotted or mutilated one. A gen- most frightfully-there were from two to six sick in ly describing his person. Brig Violet, Ames, 56 days from Trieste, arr. at N ISreMichau'of Lembor forml Pro
the Chattahoochee, in order to aid in suppressing right to vote, which was refused by the judges, ow- teman went into the New York Bank, and drew a each of the huts that I visited. In one instance the We have not a word of comment. The case is York on Monday.oo Ana Lee nFidrn
the ChattahoocheeAinaorderatoaidgin suppressingsk ondMonday
right to votewhich wasBrefuedabyetheRjudgsds,-cleared ent into the ewtYorknBankindedreteabeeoistancetthebistrig JaspereRihardsccleare
any difficulties which might arise among the Creek ing to him being a colored man. Bunch took um. check for 100 dollars, but whilst tearing it out of his father and mother were both dead, leaving five chil- now fully before the public, and if the mere state- for biladar hads cleared at Pctou6th st to be on hs articleseve cover
Indians who were not disposed to emigrate. De- brage at this rejection, and resorted to violent mea- heck book he rent it partly assunder, and not wish- dren, all sick, the oldest being 13, and these poor meant of it does not make every Jerseyman's- nay Brig Langdon Cheves.Mierkenwas up at Charles. or removing Freckles and other affections of the
tachments of emigrating Creeks, to the aggregate sures. During the affray, Dr. Webb, a highly re- ing to present it in that state, he threw it away and creatures were obliged.to help .to help each other as well as every freeman's cheek burn with indignation, we ton, 26th inst. for Philadelphia, with dispatch, skin-as obstinate eruptions, morphew, c. It is a
number of ten thousand, were to have left Tuske- spectacle citizen, was stabbed several times, the drew another. Whilst waiting to present it to the they could can add nothing to give it effect. Are we to sit Brig Essex, and schr Martha, sailed from Ports- invaluable remedy for the Tetter. For sale by
Thebereailadcomece runninghdanlya AMo Dl.- bout eight and tny B s F silenea neth, 33 fot Pia JAESNN
The befor thd commens edtrn nigdiy.hog wounds supposed to be mortal. This so incensed .teller, he perceived another check for 1500 dollars, siladsbi nslne ot,2die.frPiaa AE BuI
hoa the citizens, that Bunch was taken up and hung. drawn by a citizen of well known wealth, lying on A MoDi STOuRng About eight and twenty Brig Fairy, Doane, and schr Tordh, Flinn,cleared at U3enibove Cnui s,
the Creek country from Columbus to Montgomery, We forbear to make any comments, as the whole the outside of the counter, without any claimant for years ago, young gentleman, a merchant in an Dao, Aug. 16.-Since the opening of navi- on r t, for Phil 3 s a t
w i h u u r .y S c h r D i r e c t R o b i n s o n h e n c e a t N e Y o k o M e P i e 7 c n sa u 3 t
without a guard, affair will no doubt be fully and fairly investigated, it being present. The circumstance naturally at- eastern city, belonging to a very respectable family, gation, our Hotels in the city have been literally day. RATES OF DISCOUNT
A body of hostile Creek Indians had been corn- traced his curiosity, and he took it in his hand,and, became unbrtunate in business, and his creditors crammed. By looking over the registers, we find Schr Adams, Adams, hence at Portsmouth, 22d Ist. O A N V K N O T
pletely destroyed in Lowndes county, Georgia-be- ROCK ISLAND CITY.-At the mouth of Rock on examining it, found that in being torn out of the being very importunate, he was obliged, for person- the names of about 50,000 recorded this season. Schr Hoogly, Varina, hence at Newburyport,26th THE OFFICE OF
ing the last that was known to have crossed the river, which is the healthiest stream in Illinois, and owner's check book, it had been rent in almost pre- al safety, te leave the place. He finally settled And the landlords tell us that probably not more inst. Robert T BickFFll
Chattahoochee. flows through one of the most beautiful countries in cisely the same way as the first check which he had down in Scuth America, sometimes living in Bue- than one half who have stopped with them have re- Schr Harriet Porter,Douglass, cleared at Savannah, No 2 Philde i Exchan
The, Tennessee volunteers, it was understood, the world, is an islet upon which the U. S. post of himself drawn for the 100 dollars, and it immedi- nos Ayres, md at others in Montevideo and other gistered their names at all. Add to this the num- S Rn.or lnry went to sea from Charles. N. oo Whange
'~ ~ Sais n Pru Schr Randolph, Henry, went 11, afo hres,3~bE opo' fW~~go
were about to leave Tuskegee for a campaign in Fort Armstrong has been many years established, ately occurred to him that the drawer of the check panish an Portuguese cities. He left at home a ber of private boarding houses, which are in every ton, 23d inst.for Philada. 'All olven Baks a of Alexandi
Florida. A number of barges were preparing, with Opposite this island, at the point where Rock river for 1500 dollars had thrown it away for a similar young and beautiful wife, to whom he had been nook and corner of the city, and at which all will SchrBrooks, Sanders, hence at Newbern, previous hAae HAMPSHIRE. VIRGINIA.
suitable barricades, for service in the Withlacoochee intersects the Mississippi, is the peninsula described reason. In a few minutes the drawer of the 100 married a fav months only, who became very soon stop who wish to save a few pence for lodging or a to 26th inst.Alo R k a o de a
and other rivers in Florida. below, where a new town is springing up under the dollar check presented it and was paid, and then dependant mt her own exertions, or the assistance meal, and it will be seen that we have had not a Schrs Lyon, Baxter, from Philedelphia, and Salem, Al solvent Banks ( a i Farmers' Bank. a
The St. Auguatine Herald of the 16th inst. says: absurd name of"Rock Island City We should handed the Teller the check for 1500 dollars, and of her relates, for the support of herself and an in- few visitors at Detroit this season. Eldridge, from Morrs River, at Boston on Saturday .MASSACHUSETTS. aank of the Vatey,
-"One hundred and ninety sick troops from Mi- think that the Saukee or Ottagamie dialect might told him where he got it; and asked him if he knew fant daughter, to whom she had given birth subse- last. All solventB.AND. a* BanRo ir ,OL a
canopy and Black Creek, are expectedto arrive here have supplied a better epithet to those who, it ap- any thing about it. The Teller examined the check, quent to the departure of her husband. His busi- SUURGERY OF NATUiE.-The Surgeons may Seventh Ward, Northern Liberties.-An adjourned All Banks a S's and upwards 2t a $
daily in the steamboat Santee. pears, have the good taste and good feeling to treas, pronounced it to be genuine, and said that he had ness was no very flourishing abroad, and from long lay aside their instruments for extracting the stone meeting of the Democratic Association of the 7th All Bk CTCU a SOTH CAROLINA.
Texas.-The information from Texas yesterday, ure at least some mementos ot the United Nations but a few minutes before paid the drawer of it a absence he l.ad become, in some measure, at least, in the bladder. A mineral water which flows from ward, N. L. will be held at the house of Garrit Reiff; NEW YORK. Large St a 3
by the schr Jacinto, Capt. Henry, is, that on the 8th that once held the seat of their power upon this cele, ch eek for a similar amount, and expressed his as- weaned frorr, the affections of his wife, who was a known fountain near Recoara, in Lombardy, not S. E. corner of Front and Maiden streets, on Saturday Cty Bankn a Small ORGI.
inst. the Mexican schr. Matilda had arrived at Gal- brated spot.-N. Y. American, tonishment at the owner's extraordinary careless- pining in comparative solitude at home. His re- far from Vicenza, possesses the virtue of destroying evening, 3d Sept. at 8 o'clock. out tW JERSET. Large St a 3
veston, (under charge of a prize master, captured by ness, in leaving a check where any person who mittances, if ever >e made any, became less and the stone in the bladder, provided the individual af- JACOB R. KLINE, Sec'y. All solvent Banks a 1 Small 4
the Texan man-of-war Terrible,) bound from Silas Captain Bonneville, of the U.S. Army, returned came into the bank might take possession of it, pre- less frequent and is letters, few and far between, flicted continues to drink of this water during a Democrats of Third Ward, N. L.-A meeting will PB,.ittEmLVA a 1 5', and pw as
to Campeachy, with flour, corn, beans and segarss. to St. Louis on the 10th instant, from at our to the sent it to the Teller, and, as a matter of course, be breathed little or n consolation to her afflicted bo- certain lapse of time, without any necessity of re- be held at the house of Daniel Reiff, corner of Front Chambersburg a a Small Notes 4 a s
The terrible had chased on shore and destroyed one Rocky Mountains, where he has s pent nearly the paid it. The drawer of the $100 check then told som. He occasiomly visited thily visit d this city and Phila- sorting to an operation. Last year a Tyrolian, a- and Noble streets, on Thursday evening, Sept. 1st, at Gttysburg, a ALABAMA.
or two other small schooners, names not known. last five years. We learn from the Bulletin that the Teller what had occurred to himself, and sug- delphia; but, if she Was aware of the fact at the bout 70 years of age, was cured of this disease, by 8 o'clock, to which your attendance is particularly re. Bron vlle, a Oe a
The Texan army, 2,500 strong,commanded byGen. the Captain,in connection with Washington Irving, gested that perhaps the check for $1500 had been time, she had not stungth or the financial means to drinking of this water; the stone coming away inl Towanda. i a it Small Notes. 10
Rusk, had concentrated at or near Matagorda, and Esq. contemplate compiling a narrative of his trayv- left on the counter for a similar reason. And on bear her hither, though her love for him remained small particles. Dr. Brera, an eminent physician, New Maarket Ward.-The democratic citizens of WestmolandBnk LouisvilKETUCK. a
by this time are far on their way to Matamoras. cis, together with an account of the various Indian further inquiry, it turned out to be exactly the case. unalloyed and unababd. It was not till about twen- has published-a report of this extraordinary cure, rNew Marke Ward a rer tequed t mee at ea e Small Notes 1 a 1st TENNE E.
Col. Mehia, one of the prisoners captured at San tribes among which he sojourned, and a geographic The drawer of the $1500 check had torn it a little ty years after his res ence in Buenos Ayres, that it the truth ofhich can admit of no doubt. We ing, the t Sept. at 7 o'clock, o usines import- Baltim an Ia A IGAI. a
Jacinto, died at Galveston on the 9th inst. account of the country through which he passed, when taking it out of his check-book, and threw it was known or suspecbd that he was a man of fa- must have a chemical analysis of this water that it ance. By order of the Delegates. OthsoetBank MISSISSIPPI. 67
The schooner Urchin, and brigs Durango and aside as useless, but it was nevertheless so suffici- mily; and it was onlyfrom the circumstance that may be imitated by an artificial compound. 7 i ad.T e.t Bank of Salisbury ;l0 LOUISIANA. 41 s
Good Hope, had left Galveston for Matagorda with- ently perfect, that if it fell into the hands of any of one of his townsmen rnt him in his boarding-house, First Ward, Spris g Gardenl-The Democratic As- Millingtton Bank 20 IS nIASA. 3 a S
Texantroops.-Louisiana Adv. of the 13th. DILIGENCE ON FIRE-On Sunday one of the the nutme ols sharpers who abound in this city, the and told him that he hid recently left his wife in aton of thisewr, nlmoeetoniAa0 DA 82
dihgencie iof Messrs. LafittejCaillard & Co. caught tleman wold probably have been minus his good health, at home, tlat the fact became known. On the 28th inst. by Alderman JohI n Laws, Mr.JOHN Thursday evening, Sept. 1st, at.7a o'clock. Punctual Aln ovent nanks i 4* ILLINOIS 4 a5
iTHE TExGnr Al .-Tho e late vote for a co fire on thehill of V auderland, between Pars and $1500.-Jour.of Com. His daughter, who of crse had never seen him, C. SULTAN, to Miss HARRIET GRIGER, both of Mana- attendance is requested, as the registering Commit- ^ DCIAl an lldeserption.purasedaadsold.
handing General of those forces shows,in the midst Senlis. The passenger alighted; and the. coach frequently wrote to him in the most affectionate yunk, Philadelphia county, tees will report. JOHN H. FRICK, DRAFTS, NOTES, and BILL collected
of contradictory rumors,the exact numerical force of was thrown on its side for the purpose of extinguish- manner, imploring him ocee more to visit his fami- JNO. H. WILLETTS, sl OCKS bought and sold on commission.
the Texian army. It stood ing the flames; but nothing could be saved, except a Expearience has proved that all the safety-valves ly. To these supplicatios he paid but little heed, DIE.D. Secretaries. ehsefoon so n i i itpar
For General Houston, 1700 small part ofthe luggage. A quantity of bags and hitherto invented are inefficient in preventing ac- somexcuse, or pay n On Sunday evening las Mr. COnHA Democratic Association, 2d tarSian- i e i TE COUNTEFET TCTO
Lamar, ~ ~~170 chests filled with money were consumed, and the hithertfomivethedburetingeofi boilenti reven tingen-regard at all to them. Di~ng the past spring the yOnundayteveningthelast, J Mr C ACoxeEsqagd An hedjounWednmesdyeteing ofthe 3A is.attehueadPIE URNi ~ufo hsofc vr
Lamar, contents scattered on the ground. It was, however, 5 ne s whic tes rsn l arise ofrm an -cess daughter was assured her was i hidpha e est son ofthe te John D. Coxey Esq. aged 33 n onWdednesaenT th ee
Total, 1870 all collected and saved. Several of the passengers than from a deficit of water. A master brazier of and taking the advantage a visit which a young n Monday morning, the 29th inst. SAMUEL E. son 7o'clfockarris, corner OIN RR, ton of the cMrene, banking intitution eountereit
The actual number, however, as we since learn were severely burnt. It is believed that the accident Nefatel has, however discovered what is believe gentleman to whom she Ws attached was about of Philip Hittel, in the 16thlyear of his age. T.iM. SOUDER, Sec's &c Tm a y 3 ennum Sle cope
from the Natchez Courier, bringing accounts from was occasioned by some persons smoking on the ed to be a perfect remedy for the evil. He introdu- making to Washington, sherepaired to the former The friends of the family| are particularly invited N, B. The following committee on naturalization THE COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR & BANKNOTK
their head quarters at Victoria up to the last of July, roof.-Panris paper. hishbile mll float. which swims on city, and was quartered in tle same hotel with her attend 1..te funera.without frherno were appointed at the last meeting. L s .,publhd monthly, a. per annum. Ths wok