The Philadelphia evening star, and daily advertiser
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 Material Information
Title: The Philadelphia evening star, and daily advertiser
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W. Sloanaker & Co.
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: May 30, 1836
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1835?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 273 (May 24, 1836).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 16917486
lccn - sn 87091089
System ID: UF00073676:00002

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'.,' a.5,.Ghe Siret, 4 .'dop shabove Third,
I LK A araiPH .
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n t, PAPdgX-Doilarp.yer p annum, payabe
ihal-erly T avance.
TaAlW. e.ary ,r inning the news and new ad-
verta -'I'tree, Pollars andFifty Cents,per
annum. h lnr yearly in advance.
.* N p seiiption receded for. leas than six
tpptn o o rill la paper.be discoptinue4 except .at
the eoptiof.thse ispblihers, untdall arrearages are
"pa -s -i-s ribe. desiro4- rdiscontinuingthe
aprl nht neottlty e t'p blisra-' previous to thei
e axt-6on ofto'fthd'lf year. othorwzie it will be aeon-
sidered, new-eage2ment. .

i- L. .afIerol, Tailor,
Has q.epi..d.frui Seventh street, second house
h.elow Rae.,, to No. 19,North l;ighth st,.
1l!E1PECTFULLY infrims his .friendsa.nd
thb..putdi.-in general, that he has rec.eiv-
ed the Fall Fashions. Also, a new.assortmenl
of.goodqssurtabla for the season, to which he in-
vites their-attention. janr 14
i-va s7'aTrJo VagaJRSTORE,
No. 112 North Fourth l, Philadelphia.
B. 1 ..Wiff .wnd Account. Book., of every des.
criAl.QPi M manufactured at the shortest no.
ti C, mndal the lowest cash prices.
.Tht.thiglest-price. given for Rags.
sept 22-d6m
\ -rKk.Bf.Pl-.I'anad a cornplete assortment .of
Ajal t!iSU,, CHEMIGCALS.,&C, which lie.
wl diilse-,of- on' the. most reasqnaKle terms.
W mltsaleaod Retail. J. FISHER,
S ....W. 'corner 7th and Buttonwoodl st.
,N..i ..Orders) for Dr. Adams', Eye Water re-
a. ceived at the above place. f-b 10
M-RflqE.9PP.j 4- CO:
No. 25 vet: street, Nekw.York, (between
/' .Bfroadway and Broad St.)
IVElf'lOTlICE, that they have taken a. large
'"'4d convenient .warehouse, as above, un-
their-.gire in.Pearl st. can be rebuilt-where
they offtauoin'pl'ete assortment of Silk Go. ds,
S Umibrels and Parasols, and Imported and Do-
mestic Sjkaw Goods, on the usual credit, or forl
cash, at ai low prices as they cap be obtained, in
this coupry. feb 15,
A2E n. AWdGI'GS.
I RANCIS-EWLAND, No. 479 Market st.
E. ouP4oormalbove Thirteenth-has constant-
lymon hLrad, the most fashionable and elegant
Papea, It"gings.
.Atlo,dComnmob.Papqes'at'verv low prices.
i Alx4i3._ast kceived an elegant assortment of
-- -.Bdia Pirrlmr .BuBrd-Piece. ... ......
Country Dlilec.sfipplied,. n 26

dek' Smith and, Bell't Hanger,
,8 L ltFULLY .informs his friends and
Y 160n general,' that he carries on.
-" ; tt'ild ,b neisimB.o n all iheir vaiious- brtlncherN

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Nv- 4. i iFourth street, Philadelphia
---~.fi B-m. i -asorms-his- friends and
Stnlepublic in general, that he has received
tshttSING-fASH IONS. .
Also, a.n ttAgslitismentorgoogds.suitable for the
soir-to-wMhicb-e invites their attention, -
apr 8-d
y _- OP .kEAL ESTATE.-Money
9rqu;eJn4,PVMgartage. Land, Huuses and Lots
f mslt. iRrtperties exchanged; alo, a. variety
f-F&1r6`i f.or-sale. -. SAML. M. LYNN,
ma .ar,.17-lf.. Nei. 76, Vine-st.
"ilR. HUET griduale at the Faculty of Me-
,Lj'.dicine in Paris, formerly Physician iii the
Hospital of that city, well known by the nuimer-
oti- tsl)irVed caseal he has,cuired; has his dwell-
ing house, No. 118 Arch st. 3rl door below 6th
-4- thes6fu(lakidep where he mnay be seen privately.
,pr2 1-d *. --
ARiSH'KLL HAOUSE, Chesnut sheet, Phi.
i.Jladelphia. This splendid Hotel was
eopeed oi 1_h'-lnesday, the 23d Marcli, 1836.-.-
The house hats been thoroughly repaired and
fitted in a. ii pe ror sl le r-.i" he accommoda.
tiqri, a.iilies. There are fifteen private par.
leorsi a great part of the'furniture enti ely new.
,_nepbWn-and. Ladies trlselling, may be as-
iured that their accommodation. mid. conveniience
at this 4w4oyal cannot be surpagsed in any, estab-
hlahmbntBiasl United States. .
p l -,. Late oftheGCiy Hotel, Phiila.
Ee .it.'r Schuym il4 Nauiga-.
.tidn R. and CoalCo.:
1 AAL4NG,diksldseid.of all their former stock
..ait..f .OAL, abi- rnow recenting a fresh sup-
* pIlt.lyibiahBy. blate improvemrentsattliteir miiee,.
Sidselt drwifLr- great care before it is sent toi
mi -'a.nd-will te delivered in.souperor order,'
at the doors of consumers, alt tlie following'

l tmjs.* .- o. 46 00O ,P.er ton.-
Brakeairealhd and stove 6 50 of -
[u )_,-., m 5 00 2240 Ibs..
SOrdser will be. received at the Company'sh
o office, -N&I:59' sbzitb Thiitd-'st. i-plipdsite the
Girard Ban leand Diie'stteetwhar4 Schuylkill.
."iS- dtlP .f

i,_ .. Cho... ..al.'.Office,'
"- NoJ I Bak'seel.
*ES V t 0 )GSON & CO.
IFER their Vary superior Whife, Gle). or
ff. te AsGoal, at the regular market prices,
a dmif~efow~ig .!cnda.
sof pkenlnl creened Coal,
Large Lump do.
:. do',
Nutt or Stove de.

G MAN, a siLuation as san pas-
__ it, or a Clerk, in a Drug Store,
id th the prtitice otniedicin'e and
Smith the Drng.businese, wopld.ke
e y'ypait of 'lje Uriie' d 'itates;-
ah id c66 give'the beqt referienco.
SApply. to PAM.lIm E, & .
-- f ". No-9 Clierry street.

a, the Cheap, Book Store, No.
No th enitl s.:---th'efllowing'works,
Vit1aaadAfls !5t.aa ofPofm-
ei ; Norman 1t ie; 1,"25; Illipd $1.
"Patlhe,,r, 4;.o;,Cap ,,ar-.
"tae Cutters, 37c" GoodW
.Deqs cmpeto i 2
v .ne r

MYo. 7 Commerce-sfretd.
O FFrERS fur'sale,by the package, on liberal
terms, the lolluwing seasonable Goods.
20 cases West-ends, superior quahliy,
20 do., Ptttsburg Cords, various colors,
20 do. Rowan Cassinmores,
30 do. Blue Drillings,
100 do. Pawtucket Sewing Cottons, all nos.
10 bales No. 10 Green Shoe Hemp, best qua-
30 cases Cotton B'alls, white and assorted co-
Also, a general assortment of Checks, Plaids,
Stripes, &c. jan 13
Mo. 71 Alarkei sltrel,
Englishl and American Trace Cliins,
Wagon boxes Sad Ironsi Holowlo-w.irej
Cut and wrought nails brads and spikes,
Horse shue nails; corn seller teeth;
Ca...'s.and Rutcher's edged tools;
Wilsoin's Batcher and Shoe Knives;
Naylon & Sanderson's cast and shear Steel,
Cut Tarks and Sprigs;
Wilt? .n extensive variety of Cutlery and'
Hardware. mar 30-4w
Just received by Dutch BtJg Prince ofNether-
lands, a prime lot of Dutch l-ioting. Also, a
lot ut fine Anchovies in stone jars.
For sale at the Tempeiance Tea and Family
Grocery Store, S. W. corner of Dock and Second
Streets. apr 11.
f Cases Superior New pattern leghorns-va-.
rious prices, just received and will be sold
low by JOHN ALLEN,
.ap.19--d No 298 Market st.
Just received, 50 jars of Ir sh Spanish olives
in ine order. Formaieat the Tenperance Tea.
and Family Grucery Store, S. W. corner of
Docl and Second streets.
april 14 JAMES R. WEBB.
Liquor Coloring.
9> HHDS. and 15 brls. Liquor Colorfig, made
from sug.tr. Alon, a quantity of Liquor
Cri'lring minde from % nod; superior t an) here-
itofwhre offeedl to the market. For sale in quain-
tities to sut p.tuichasers.
apr 13 Maiden street, N. L.
I Extra Fine Black Teas.
J UST received from the late sales at New
York, an extensive assortment ofisnpeior
.BLACK TEAS, well worthy the attention of
familiess For sale by theichest, or, at retail, at
i.-l1 eii'perance Tea and Family Grocery Store,
iSoulh West corner Dock and Second streets.
I apr 8 JAMES R. \ EBB.
g kCASES wl.ite and asso ted .olors,
1 e in bundles of 100 slk-iiis easii.
-0.ea5es' white and-'d" do. poindl bundes.

- LI ~UsB~-a- e~ru~oi,~ LM- oiu aaI~ .. .-.L

_- .ta,1-rd *r' T'.Cbsbnece streett"

a 'dIYA PER & c e LancadhirePo-
tatoes, (real pink eyes) just receiv-
ed per barque Mary, and lor sale at the Tempe-
rance Tea and Family T'es. Store, S. W. cor-
nor of Dock and- Second streets.
apl 16. JAMES WEBB.
2 0i PIECES Rouen Cassimeresb wool
l .mixture.
21uo pieces Rotten Cassimeres, cotton mix-
Now in Store and for sale by
mar 1-d 7 Cimmerce st.
P RIME English Cheddar and Stilion Cheese,
for sle at the Temperance Tea and Fa.
mily GroceN, Soi-e, south west corner Dock
and Second arreets.
apr 22 JAMES R. WEBB.
FIVE BALES Brussels Carpeting, ofsupe.:
rior quality, in Store and for Sale by
Win. H. SCOTT,
ap 15 d 7 Commerce-st.
Fresh Dry Goodi.
JUST received I'rom New York, a handsome
q assortment of SLLKS, as follous:
1 case black Gro de Naip, from 44cts a 50
1 do super blue black do. 75 a 80
1 do do 5-1 blue black, $1,00 a 1,25.
I do figured Pudesua, 87 a t.
I do 'do jet black figured, 75 a I1,'0.
S1 do superior Broctielle Shawls, %1,50 a $7.
1 do do Satin $.4 f.
Also, a general' assortment of twisted Silk and
.embroidered Slhasil,; Btbnd Veils; Cambric'
.Hhkfdt llemsticlht and curded border do: Bead
,Bags, Silk Stocking;' Linens; Silk Scharfs, &c.
Sapr 20- No. 03 Market street.

.Princetun Crackers.
JUST received, a fresh supply ofthese cele.
Sira.ted Crackers, at the Temperance Tea
and Family Grocery Store, south west corner
Dock and Second-streets.
,apr 27 JAMES R. WEBB.

i o That valuable three story brick
'IkiHou-.e and bildiigs, No 1I Prune street,
above Fourth, containing 23 feet in flrnt by 120
in depth. The inprovetneits a-rea subsiantal.
ly built three story hotruse, w-ilh double back
buildings, bath house, smoke heuse and cistern.
The premises are in excellent tenantable condi.
tion. For terms, cc.- apply at Nc. 19 Prune st.
tuo doursabose., apr 28-dtf
New Jersey Property.
VALUABLE tract of land near Salem,
J. containing 426 acies, 206 of which
timber, fur sale, apply to
apr 22 No. 9 Cherry st.
LANGUAGE-By Charles Robinson.
Louldon-William Pickering.
New York-Willinm .Ijckson.
THIS day received by ORRIN ROGERS, No
67 snuth Second street, a fuitliIr supply of
Part I of Richardson's New Dictionary. The
whole work will be completed in 30 parts, each
containing eighty quarto pages. Price 50 cis.
To those who subscribed the. past week and
paid 63 cents for Part I. the second Part will be
tutinished at 37j cenls, as the. publisher has
come to the determiiafiiop to reduce the price of
each Number to 50 cents, so that every family
may. have an opportunity of purchasing a-nai.-
roiyd,,Dictionary of the English'lmguage.
OR7lN ROGERS, Agent for thie Pub.-
apri27 sher, 67 south Secedond at.

Q0( Acres of Good Land with Water
S situate on the Tuscarora Creek, Jiniala
county, 2 miles from Ithe Juniata CanlI, 4
irhles from rMeaxico and 5 miles'fr-om the count%
town, M-dflin. There is 26 feet fall v itlin thie
limits 6of tls properlv;the stream us sutfcieitly.
. J.4Lseaons for nm-anufacturing purpose.A

Any person desirous of purchasing, and wishing
urllher particulars, may address a letter to ED-
.VARD SITER, Spread Eagle Post OftTco,,
.whiicl will meet iilh prompt attention.
apr 20-2m
A C BASKETS SWEETOlLof.extra qua-
S litr) just received and for sale at tlhe
Temperahnce Tea snd Family Grocery Store;
south west corner Duck and Second sts.
Sapr-29 JAMES R. WEBB.

Tavern Stand for Sale.
T HE ixiur e, &c. of a first rate stand, doing
a large and profitable business, in a cen.
tral part of the city-for sale on accommodating
terms. Apply to D. PALMER& CO. "
apr 29 -9 Cherry street.
V OLUMES 1, 2, 3 and 4 of this popular Pe-
riodical, are now completed anid for sale,
bound either in muslin or half calf. Also in
Monthly parts, at 12k cents each. An% parts
from the commencement if the work, carn be
supplied. Publication office for Philadelphia,
67 south Second street.
ITOLUMES 1 and of th;s valuable work are
already completed and ready for delivery,
either bound or in Nos. 1 he price for each
part-is 124ci'nt., and forth volsbound 92 each.
P lic-itin office, 67 south Second street.
may 11 ORiIN ROGERS.
NWOTICE.-All persons indebted to the es-
ti late of George Armroyd, deceased, are re-
quested to make paymi-nt, and those persons
having claims or demands against the said es-
tate, are requested to present the came to the
subscriber. H. TALLMAN, Administrator,
may 11 m6w No 292 north Third st.
E LEGANT PARASOLS of the latest fash-
ions-W. & W. H. RICHARDSON, No.
6 south Third slreet,(a few doois below Market)
offer for sale a large assortment of elegant
Erencl style Parasol-, of the most approved
fashion, which they will sell on tie most lea'of-
able terms. may 11
H AVE removed their Spectacle Store and
N Mnufactory, from No. 52 Cheqnur st. to
tle S0utlh Eist coi'ner of Firth and Clicsnit sts.
wheie they intend to keep an enlarged assort.
meut of
Gold, Silver, Fine Sitel and Shell Spectacles,
wt'li all the dirfftei ent kind of Glasses.
Also, the Patent Double Focus Spectacle
Glasses. The subscribers being the only au-
thorised agents for thesale of thalt article in Hisi%
ch.y-together with general assortment of
Jewellery; they offer at low prices, wholesald
and retail, at the corner of Chiesnut and Fifthl
trees, ,pr 7

ings by Allom with letter press descrip-
liond. Thie is one of the cheap and beauti.
fully works of the day, and is worthy of exten-
sile circulation. Fore sale by,
304, Chesnut st. 2 doors above 11th S. side.
mayl2-d .,
SW-IHAT an office is nuw opened corner of Bud
4 and Green street in the Northern Liberties,
where Insolvent Bonds and final Petitions w.dl
be careluJly drawn and all other business con-
nected therewith, attended to up to a final dis-
charge under the act of Inealveny. Bail pro-
cured in all cases which are. bailable. Agedey
business what kind sever carefully attended
to-both, in Town anld Country. (Letters Poet
paid wj.Ul] be.a.tended to.) -Office hours from 7
until 1 QA. M.andi fiom 2 until 6 P M.
Mar. l8-d

ACR'ae uu.al a mn.... w It .

A EED ofa lot of Ground in thlie.aclpe-
.lat Cemetry, in the name of .George WVil-
liarson,. marked according to the plan letteJed
P. numbered 12. Said deed is supposed to be
iin the possession of a Mrs. Ried. ApRlcatmon!
has beer, made tn the Board of Directors for a
renewal of the same. TIose persons.interested
are notified to come forward to show cause wvAiy
the same should not be done.
Application to be made to the widowv Miry
Williamson, residence in Federal below Sedcond
street, or to the Board of D;rectors at their nest
meeting,'tlie first Tuesday ii July, at 8 o'clock,
P- M. at Warren's, corner of'Gakill and Frorlli
street; apr20
Grocery Stock anti Fixtures
I OR SALE'--Well located and doing a good
S business. A reasonable credit givens. l
required. Thi present owner intends lea-ving
the city. Apply at the olice No. Clhei ry st.
apr 14t
American Mfagazine.
1 O. 8 for Alril, is received by the Agent,
No. 7 south Seventh at. General Agent for
Pet iuldicalk. apr T8 I
.Land for Sale or Exchunge,
N tracts of 250 to 400, or 1000 acres and up-
wards, situate in the counties of Luze.rire.
Union. Centre, Columbia, Venango, Somerset,
Clearfielil, Jefferson, Crawford, Warren-;Hn-
liiigdon, Lycoming. Ntl.hamptoo. Pike, Schuyl-
kll,.Lehighi, Potter; McKenn, &c. In A.las-
bul-i cainty, Oho; in tle States of Illinois, Vir-
ginia, Tennessee'and Kentucky, near the.Soeta
rvcr. For sal *r exchange. ihe city property.
Also forsale-, avariet) of Farms, in Ialue frorn
. '0M0 to j20,000U and iipwarls.
ap 21i-d No. 76 Vire street.
Virginia Pared Peaches.
I "BUSHELS of Virginia .Pared
1.0- Peaclhe ; 50 do. New York Dried
Plums, a tery fine article for Pies. Tarts, &.c.-
'For ale at tne Temperince Tea and Groccly
Store, south west coruer Dock and Second sw.
u-pr 2) JAMIS R. WEBB.
Franklin Library of Modern Literature.
T HIS day published part 57 of the Frnlckiin
Library, containing the continuation of
Ne,'.ton Foster, b% Captain MairyaUt. Pi.ce-
'12 cents. Ptublication Otdice, No. 67 south
Second street, by ORRIN" ROGERS.
apr 27
TEN CASES superior Blue, Green and
Brown Cloths, just received and for Sale by
Win. H. SCOTT,
apr 2B 7 Commerce street.

I. HOLMAN,.respectfully inform the public
hit they have pnrehised and now occupy that
large and comrnrmoi.us Hotel, situate in thli
Borough of West Chester, Pa. kn.. n by the
name of the "*Chesrte County Hotel," I-iiel oc
cupied by W;lliam Everharl, Esq. This ehab-
liihutent is one of the finest in, the SLate, out oft
tlie cities, being divided inti sixt% large -and
air) parlours and lodging r',oms, having ailachi-
ed to it a beautiful pleasure ground, splendidly
decorated with trees anid plants. All tie sleep-
ing rooms aie largo, and each supphle4 with a
fir'eplace. 'tie location of the estaililimont is
one of the most salabrious, and the retreat otae
of the most .dehligihtll in the coutiry,. "I'lPe
Messrs. Holm ini Ie made ample arr.iigemenils
frr t hie accommodation ol such as rrmay fa.or'
them with t.icir patronage, liatng empIloved a
s ficrent ilinuber of the beat ascibtesaid cr-c
ranliis the ciy could aftor1.
Tlhee is a ral road between the cit y and
West Chieter, upon which there i a double
hne of cars running daily, making hie commu-
i.,calton bcLt eiin Ihe pljccs Easy nod pleasant.
Families can be accommodated, illt private
The Messrs. Holman, for the convenience of
those desirous of viititng the Yellow Springs,
hate made arriragements to run a stage diily
between West Chester and that place, iher c
all mill be entert-iined by Mrs. M irgart tHol-
man, in her old stl le, who still continues to
keep the Yellow Springs Hotel, which estab-
lashnment is hanlsormely filled up and ready for
the accommodation ofvisiters.
rrm ', 2
'Toi Cotntractorts.
SEALEDPROPOCALS will be received at
the office of thie Green River Commrisions.
Rumqey, Kentucky, until sunset on the second
Monday of .hnc next, fur the construction of
Locks anil Dams in the Green anJd Barren river
Navigatinn, Nos. 3 to 5 inclu.,isE the Ito first
upon Green River. the Inast in Barren River.-
liumsey i6 Eietute. tlt tlie Vienna Fall, of Green
River, and at Lo.-k ra I)Dam No 2, 20 miles
south east of the Yellow Banks upon the Olioi
Conlractors from a distance would do well to
L.,ke the Stage at Louistillc for Bowling Green,
wltiach stands at the lhe-l of this nav igalion, and
ilhe-erad the trier pist the various -ites. The
Locks are to be boilt of cut stone, 145 feet by
36 in tihe chamber; the Dams of timber oilbs
Killed with stone: Plins and Specification;s ill
be exhibited ta lthe Engineer, at the office, ten
days previous to the letting, and an opportuni-
ty ofexamining the work at No. '2. which will
be nearly completed. JAMlES R. SKI1LES,
President Green River Boaid.
Piitsburg, April 5, 1836.
-fDWARD'S l.ucifer Maiclhs are an admi.
trrable article for the insrint.teiienuS produc-
tnon of fire by drawing themrlighdy and quick-
ly between th: accompanying sand paper. Th'ley
aro coiseqitently of iniihpensalale utiliLy to the
economrry of every family, particularly as the
neces-ity and expense of a nigtt liamp are
avoided,'for iri a moment darkre:s is dispelleai
by the simplest' of operations, and iobr cinenti-
S- .,--x-e. e nqt been ental-
Edward's are put up in 'iriroiou forms and la-
belled to sulit any market, but those in boxes
of 100 each are calculated for most gene-
ral uoe. '
,e.o'rp nnmanylimprofYments ich: the 'subscri.
ber hlas, made,. e, begs hleae to recornmeaond
'Edtanrd's''ath ilia i.0 plus ultra." in the art,
and solicits the attention of dealers and cons.um.
ers, to Edward's Lucafors, all warranted to ig.
nite, and notto.impailr by._keeping.' :
M Manufactq:ed at No., 210 South Third at.
Phiildas'. Notice No. 210.
Original antd only tma'noifactirr --of, Edward's
Lucilers. .
Country Mercliants particularly, who ish to
obtain a superior article, and one w which till
ignite, are invited to purchase EDWARD'S'
as there is a large quantity of spurmus Lucifers
in market, tot'all) deficient of ignition under
any circum'tanices. mJl) 11


RolanV Cooking S1ove,
For Wrorod or for Coal-For itty or (i,r lCojuntry.
ITIIE'irrmirovements in this Stove are i orthly
Sthlie attention of tlle public, the revolving
of the top plate renders this stote decidedll sut-
perior to anyt other; this plute is of a circular
form, antd'by mean of n crank rma) be easi l
turned mound 'iihl all ol its furniture upon it',
and :ill the operationS of conking going on, thus
equalihziig tilhe heat for lthie various kinds of
cookery. All kinds nf cooking can be done ont
this stove in the be't manner, with fuel les-: 50
per cent. than is required by any other cooking
stave doing the same amount of cooking.
The Stove tlus briefly described,:for sale;
wholesale and retail, by _;. "
No. 101 north Secondi street, Philadelphia.
P UBLISHER and Printer, Importer ofGer-

and he public, that he still keeps on hand a
fine assortment of German Books, viz:
Schiller's, Goethe's, Zschokrke's, Koerner's,
Seisfloe's, and oIther classical works, school
books, &c.
. The best Greek and Latin Classical Works.
He is still publishing his German paper. Die
alto und die neue Welt, which is i large cir-
cuJation, as well in the principal cities as in all
German settlements of the Union. Merchants
arid.young beginners in business would find it
their interest to-make their establishmens
know,-n to the Germans by the medium of this
J. G. W, has us published the finrs part of
Jahr's Manual ot l-omoeopathic Medicine, trans-
lated frozh.the German, with irmprovemenetsand
additions, by C Hering, i. D.
A|l) other worked on Honmeopathy, as well as
porcet cases ot korampathlii Medictre,.may be
Ihd at lIis stores. .may t.
D. & E. STEVENS, Tillnrs from London,
No. 49 Walnut street, one dodr below S.cond
st1 eel.
f. A HOUSE TO RENT.-Alrtady
furnished, in a ileasantt part of the city,
hvit.ogardet full of fruit trees. .Inquire at
the office of the Inquirer. may 11

uiTRaSIl'&a IeIaiLUillS nsa I ruic Aan U|
Ihpoiter ,f .1tusirc anId lMuical Itrtu-
ll' ill S,
No. 104I, N. 2-., b. .--..v Race street,
S Phtlaelpff.
TIIANNIfUL for the libtitr l tparonace 'rhiLh he
hJ a hi'hirto recctJt-., re spLct|ulle inriorrfr Iri;
Friends an-J Ihe puLblic, Itlti he tWill pf: e crt attend.
lion to Iho-e tlinst ill Iacr niin with ,their cuie
tom. His stock being cunsidtrabl) enlarc(d6 b) re-
eci't nrritalr a iS, co .ist. f ,-f
Ebony. Cocoa, and BaynooJ Flutes, from I to
0 stl6er kets.
French -rid German Violin;. and ioiehnc.-iht.
Ticeling Guuiars, ia e i artliulc-) and oethe,:
silli or nitlihoulj rlcit screve .
New Jiriprosed paleri, -inagi and double Fleag,.o
French and German Accordions of all sizti, on.d
Mudical Bos,-e.
MlLiratv BANDos. nill find always on hend a
cliuO ie ai'-rtrirl I t T ionl boari r l ln a'r Si" lii .,ii
rrumptii, '.lu Hoa ,,rir', t t.il Iiorr n 1ii -1, t i.
-ar.d ,cisc.L Ba.s Hl- rr..', Clin.a Cap ,, C, rnL.I. ,
Triincl-. Ba'--ooijn, -rpen-'. B'ue:I'-, Boalt ai'J
Sigriil Horns. Bi-s ar.J SaJ. Druins. plain (,ri,.
ipt ClariuMils of all sizes with adildonal- keys,,
ticenalos and rerz Elul e.
Military and otheNl Mu-ec for all irutlrumentl;he-
lalia-in i bln arind GuItir Sirii'-,wTholesalc aiid re
t.il; Prercl. and English Cirririt Reds,. Tuninmc
Forks, anil Hammers, Pitchrpepis, IIluiic Blurk
P,oosl,, and Pa (er, and eiery other article 1.1 hi:
Pianri. and Accordio n? urrd adrd r p-aired. Mu
sic ne'tly bound, old Inh irtirrierin e t ,ktii ir c.'\-
The ercalest attention will be paid in RI e.AniNC
Insi RnoUiN T, ol evert decnriptiunhalvit ig aeutid
the sie-rviees of first rare ioirknlcn.
A. S. inmiles thie ailenlIor ofl all Ilo his str.bhl-h-
ment. Ieeine corntirn ed tirii hi- t iarticIrs nell in
poiut of'make, nas cheapness, carrot be surt.--'eru.
Eter articl-e bou hrr, is itrrarntcd and carn b.' re-
turned lifouind imperfect itrina li
Read and Reflect fTr iottrselvee,s although
The language oflrvuth is simple."
Us gOt-r PrntUADtn TO ilEtLir%'E TdAT WHin IS
THE most ignorant of the hiiman race are
fully aware, that asx No nOVf MiNrciE. on lN NO
COMsai S I AIN,CAN BL raIIUN A si-rciric on coneR
ron ALk Is.sasLs Thisl-, ,r L tait fLct, (..lllll
in true science as beyvnid denial) ,s sulfic.ent to
cast iito disrepute all thlesFe nostrums m.iraufac-
tureld by cerltan Preleni(lers, h lo would i P S.-
tlse luts of so many qt'l/ic hliumun race.

The public are hI ert, e c:.uti,:,ned again-, G i"i ii"Lthru ii ,,ly -
such o.NOTORiuI QUPsrcf,- r. IC l tit4e !B ,oi s in '1lI, isI Kurclhius, j 1sly &i Iachein,
su crh han-U -.-.r", f 'reOie n O f thi ;,tY i'n ie, I en k:
of reason, nslead uof being p Isuaded to blet e M*. S. [rednt-cl fte Muonenig Bair
that., Br rn THE rCL5.siNO EMLurMENTr uoIuch F. T. MW'ood,t Co. A. Po.'es; Rngors, &. Bro-
medicines. cures w ILL ar. r.rnECTr., thus buoo- others 1' B irevor, Cashier f tirhe I esters
ing ,p hopes, by recommending perseverAnce Bink: Bobert Patcr.r,oin, J Engle Negus.
int ru he,strceasing: BUT Lr i r N., Nb -All kinds of tools, moulds, stamps,
it thAE c, r.ICTD BOTHasng: ERSALLT A, hi-3ass-, teel, and irun wurk, in hi, hlne uill be
PEnMsi.E- iLr, ffor hundreds Pecaenr TuFr.n;- at ended to.
pIIMNT L,. r c, r Ce-riCATC-Rlr. Joseph Nnck has made
s .Es u ror or i.xi r 'vr. Facts are not a AAt- for us an i-.a Safe wir an tm.prosed ick
ing to pr,,oe tlhis. ru I- a, h l".e;ess n rlis o Ingenuity' a proi ed bl]eve
Frir Iong, lIhborn-er, snl persetcr;rg int.- ", p ie t i .
tigation and -tud6 of thie .c enc of M.lihci,,e, allo-rl, pellect security.
have Lhe Mosr CELce.BiATr.n PtsANs in rTe my l-dtf. A. & G. RALSTON.
KNOwN WOnLn, succeeded in aaaertaiinn ;,nd O iOOING GLASSES.-C. N. Rnbmnsonr
stabhi.,hirg cr iiin princilr.ci c.nnected cl ;tli .LANo. 6, Cie-ni,,t sitree!., his Cona warily on
the Himan Syst-iT andt ilo ada -, o or f cr. ,i-- ,nd, an euten tve assottrnict i.f- splei.did
t1tn rcmedie, thlereto lien in 'J..'ae; and it. g- ], nrge i;e, ier sand Ma'ittel Looklor"
gross presump.tio in ic h,-eer canonly be ;.lese- ra int qu, [,,t Frs:i.a5be' -"
2 li_.-.,n ir, N Is 'om a sta',Caige irild hc. er nd To ;etie Gisssca vu-at
who nalrr Nor, and are A it rta to conle Ouit sni Porn li F rar -*1 i r r dia n
citih such effrontery a' home, for facr of the i nisl cnredd grt Bracket, a large as,.',tent
MriNHLn oirsome otherde1rading.con.rqueon Freic i .l. Engh-hElra arge as- n ernt
ces,) to place their ju.lgrm.n,, nand lRT r ueCash E' i~ r.Iga, ant M if all
experience and qualitirations in opposition to i~e Ct ci ,eih pqrlte sri ic- t g ofn all
known science and skill. r : e iz.: %eeie. per w.te irit i.s, '..m Londuh
Cnosnrlencne and hte plac-in ac m adi. -lavre, alsir, an inro:iee of Looking Glass
Confidence canonhbe plac'ic.d in suchr m,:cdi- Plates by-thei-,ox.
c;nes asare adapted toJ, -ud ithui fromexsperternco ies. .. t.. c ,e.
r,f- lle most celebri ted Plivsiciins in the known inl ee n ei e
world, from its comnnmencementt to the pr,-sen int -i., : Ir 12 -
day, have provedefficaciotstin separate and dis.- 1 b 17 by 13
tict classes of diseases. On such prciples Ali of w wi disposed of t b west
are the medicines compounded vhl,ch follow tle e. or wuraWsbe disposed of ali te lowest
advettis"merit headed PI'-.SP. x n %' IMrdF
These lledicines are not the pro-uctii'ons c.f AV Rithie.. Esq.-Noa. publslishing.i Carey's
individuals, whothink to obtrude thernr;el-es Library, the earl est reprint of foreign works of
upon the public, by rihe bhise *serticns Ihatr hey merit:
are from PARIS, LONDON, EDINULiNG, or Carey's Library, which contpilns. the above
other foieigtn places, and thlr they aire hence en-. tork, is pJItlisthed at $.5 per annumi, in 20 im-
tilled to more confidence, arnd kno ri-ouie about perial octavo pages, weekly, \ ,di the Literary
d senses a,nd their tre.atmwnl; but on the' conritra- Advertiser, contairlino aliu tour pages, and is
iry, are the production of nat;i e talent an-1 di- tb,-,und up 'i ith each culume. Sfpeemene olfthe
c.,ver, and from their E t.-cts-i.will: plots it first vroluin., containing LileofSar Janmes ilac-
more good will result from their employ th,,an intosh; Rifle,;: B, inde, i l Rrrbert's Hindrostar;
any no,Lrum "* far fetchele,"or compounded by One in a Thousad; Rienzi,nd Randomrr Recol-
,nerant impostots of the hearing i." leions .rf the House COf Commons, can be seen
The -American eoil are c.uloned to be at the corner Fourth and Chesnut streets,
Saware-bf such -Imposters and' cannot be. ign'o- :chere _bsc tin. le reroaed by E. T'.
rant;that in, medi;ne as in. ro-t oIlhre, s,:;cript. Gey &n erart. re: ived may E. 1
te itIal. a d ;n mredicane partcilarly), ,, ar i y 11
before any othcr ,uaton in ithe Globe -ICiLKILL COAL OFFICE, No 174-
I regardto- these edin, d hir en-i- cace-f he- so br tsh lhFce onsetpt7t
plbymient,:it is.to.be;observed, that ihe propric- "n ld, a superior article o I hPeach Cnhardor
tor or"their. islwP .hito be ounirooe permar
tone of the is alw3, oa b1e oundmin one perma. Red Ash, and Broad Mountain or \ hite- Ash
neoit place and re1C at all iSmes to ge Coal, which will be delivered punctually when
AD ICE GRATI %E, r'.,Jered at the market prices.- --
;dminisiering to ie Iants and distresses of r.uf- "The coal tsof'the iario:us sizes and firet qual-
fe-enr, and as not to-day in Plhilahphis, prck-itty, anrd it it d-:.es nor prose sati.a.ctory, till be
etirig fe-ts of rue unwary, eind to-moriow inr tak-1n ats, a at. lh.i sbscruel'i;e evtrtne, and the
Nec York, Bsa)tim.re.r r onie other pla.:e n r a moneruy rctuirned. .
short time to" *g,,ll and impose upon the pub. GCEO.' W.v FOERIN. -

Tliepublic should be nweof the Prelen- NB-Those persons "who ri'y isbh to secure
dersho publiemaate fromsome foreign livery o- her supply ,ICoalat ihe lowest prices, without
other lw occupatefrom, havingn pereignaps aboard. purchasing nimediately, can lea\e their names
d from service ) ai, (hvingot pim a so valublse an 3t the Off ,ie, and the nnumbter of luns they may
attribute as the ** Iheili hf their bodies," to be ,want. sb.ch .ill1 be furnished then- at any time
trifled %ilh and luine.-l forever by murdpieris" through te summer -- r
-cloaked and -protected om ion cencdmraor y oal, to be pid-f- when th der tod.
assuming Ihe titles of Doctor, Member s of Mo- liver it is given. .- ,:; lay,
dical Societies, &c.r aid Royal College of Ph -, -AL. hrme Gre.-
siciain-, &c. at PobTlin, P1 rl0 E ,linburiiiti .c M A t. -. -,--rcn s' s Al .e Cren.
which if trie, it is not probable they would isi1 ble rn rts.h .k ido oe'f A It-tred Cre se,
to seek their fortunes in foreign climes. egs toreturn friends and the
mayld MO, MRE HEREAFTER Iutblc tar past fas'orsandto announce*-hattshae
has remoedt her factory Irorm her ]a-te residence
Franklin Libiary--" Tie Kin's Own." No 513 nottl Frorit street, to e Ridge Rdge Road,
Tr HIlS day pulr-.lIed, No. 59 ..llhe -ritaiklni a shoilt distance above tlie -se-\en trile stone,
S Library of Mode n Literature, containing- where, swnh btle assistance of her sons, she will
the continuation i,fThe King's Own, by the continue to inanufacture heyhsuperior Chrome
author of Peter So;nple, Japhet, &c. This work Gree, r 4aich she will sell on' itS reasonable
,i publi'-ied in weclhi' Nos. each containing 100 terms as heretofore. -
du-.dee'mo pages at 1: cehts per No. A rty part .-Ordrers will be received ia the city-by-her A-
will be sold sapii a.e at' required. All back gents, H Beck&SBon, No.-293Qnirth Secred at
Nos. on hranid. Pubiirci iin office for Philadel- corner Pegg, and meet with immediate atten-
phia, 67 south Second. street .- tion; niy Il
ti, I1" OnR'InROGIil1: .
I EVIDENCE.-Kay & LBiother, 122 Ches-
no street blo. Fou,.h h-ave receonthy published
rh_ s the Young Ma'd B- ruiok ,ot Chiritian Evidence.
-' a summary ot 'the pritfirlpdl eviderces of the
S truth and di ir e ct iciofthe Christian Religion
.. By B Pi otuJs, l) D. late Lord Btsbop.of Loudbn
T. J ICORDS- Mlanufciln,-, ) Venetr.an 2d ed. tron. -
Bliinds, Nol 195 Noble stretu,between Fiftth and Ai4o I-tely published, the Y.it- ad'a
Sixth streets, Philadelplia. t Book ol Christian E'aidence ai size and bind.
Blinds: "of every description furnished' t o. ma .11
shorthoti -. lld.. maY d
JOHN & JACOU LAN.GENDU0FRR -At, E W S.t rtel Paper ial[igirgs.
lORTITIAIT PAINTERS, h.ie removed. The.P -cuber ass j.is t je.ceiu. uic-tey
T In of n nu enebl lo or rnc P r nging
. No, 8 Southi l)thi it. between Martkead ud endidl hlot o Fi.ench P .per ngngs,
Chestiut sis. ubhere they oiler their services able for Parlors and Halls, wittt rrch'veivet
thie public as. Poirail Painte"'s, and inc. and gold borders, to iatnh.
dies and gentleman to visit their' r to see Also a large collection of Views and Fire-
spieiniensoF their woc. c ..b. board patted ns. Fur ale by Robert Golder,1l
0/deran willbe rhandfmeayived. Chesnut street, fourdio above Sih
wayll Ut 1__- -MA'"Y 11

a- #>

/c, which in fiie years experience en- upwards
" 15,0i0 .eares has not been known to fIil in
one case in a luridred to perform a cqre'in '
short tiitp, i, kept liar sale, w'holesales'and're -
t4i y IH. E. Wallace & Co., Dri-gists,,(suo-
ce s:ors to W. Weaker) No. 10 north Fifth street.
Frdi iduals and families wauld.find it adva.n-
tTgeui s to be supplied wtith the Specific, by
v. hiC inearn in&riinenit danger may be averted
as iit has piraved eucceft'ul when every other
remedy hns been used in vain, anrd in rilimer-
.ws instances.whvoh the patient .has been given
up by the phy),cians. As.'it has ncer -bedn
kln.:.wn to fail to cure n D-arhimett hen seasona-
bly arlm-ins:tered, and as the Asia.ic Cholera iL'-
\ariably commences with a D-rhcea, and per.-
ions resid.incn t i icrt.ellng on disltro-ts where it
ritesr- ii, t|ill rind in the. Sprectific an effectual
sasfegrard Ir.o, thie ait.cks of that awful dis-
ease, as many persons AYave experienced, who
hare Pta\%eled toltieSouth-west, during its pre-
salenqe there. As all the abebie diseases -are
sudden inL their attacks and rapid in their pro-
gress, it would he- found of imih-nse benefit
i. here medical advice cannot be promptly ob- "7
tairred. Price *_5 cenis per bottle which-will
cure 4 cr 5 cases. A liberal discpunt to coun-
try incrchnirs and storekeepers.
Sold'alco by G D Ccggeshall, corier of Pearl
and Hose sit, at Hopper's. No 364 Broada'ny;
E C & B E Mo-, No 492 Grand at N Y. 1,.-
Isataque, Market and Le.iingtoa' st, Baltimore;
J AWad3\sorth,Pros dence, RI; P A. Malderi,4 -
co rner -:. Fiu.nt ind Market street, Pitt:burg; -
H Barnard, St Loui Mo; J Baily and Son,
\V irn'ngtr[.-in, D1l. irmay 11
; Plioolt 'HIESI'S, AND I.OCK M.ANU-
FACTUiRER.-No.31, Strawnbeiry stra-et, be-
tleen Market and C'lieani, ieir Second, Phi.
hriclplhia, respeclfiullp informs his firends and
the public in general, that lie lin.s coiistarnity on
h nd a felw aa Icl'1, niso a numbEtr of tarncy. se
crrt and ir fet l h.:k-, c.f es er, rieicription, for
the use Of 'Vaul Banil, Sr..ire, Je\celklers
Prisonn, elt'. % ii.:cli '. th tIthe'iirTprui ed patent
small key, by Nock, in a comrrbin.aton not 3ur-
pss. d b' any in the v, orld. These Locks are
rnrn.le of ail s2izs, frirn-the smallest Cabinet to
tI- If r 1 '. ..-.st .n Door.
i.'-feences in the rity hrjoti tlhe.e articles
to i lr 11h ixi ocrtilen M -

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No. 95 Cuasmtrr srnEEr, four doors above THIRD.

DAILYs rarR-Six Dollars per annum, J half year-
,Mt-wLarLT-Three Dollars and filly ly in ad-
cents per annum,' vance.


M larlin- Van uitren.
R Icliard III. JohnsoII.
Oen.. obertlPatterson, Sena torial.
James Thornpson, '
I] Thomas D. Grover, 13 William Clarkt,
"2 Joseph'Burden, 14 Jonlm Miiliell,
Smu'el Badger, 15 Leonard Rupert,
3 John Naglee, 16. George Krtner,
"4 (Gatdiner Furnesi, 17 Aa Mann,
Oliver Alison, 18 Gen. WV. R. Sixth,
Henry Myers, 19 S. L. Carpentr,
5 John B.Sterigcrce, 20 Robert Patlerfon.
- 6 Henry Chapman, 21 Gem. Wallaee Me.
7 Jacob Kern, Williams,
.8 Jacob Dillinger, 2-2 Dr. W. R. Power,
.9 Paul Geiger, "23 Robert Orr,
10 Calvin Blythe, 24 John Carother',
11 Henry Welsh, 25 J. P. Davis.
12 Thomas C. Miller. I

S, wr.
In another column will be found an account
of the execution of tlis unfortunate man. It
appears he confessed his guilt before his ex-
ecution. His case affords another warning to
those -who step aside from the path of recti-
rtude. His motives for poisoning his bosom
pontpanion, as appeared in evidence, were it
consequence of an attachment formed for ano-
thIec woman, and with whom an illicit connex-
ion existed. Thus has the c-ninission of 'one
crime led to that ot'an.ther, and the vengeance
of an offended majeoty has overltkon tile guil-
ty man.
.--We take- the filiowaing letter from the se-
cond edition of tha New York Courier and
Enquirer of Saturday. It was received ona
Saturday morning by a g.?Milefiman in New
York, and is owr day llter licmn the scene', o
Indian hostilities.
S**Columbus, Seat of War, May 19, 1S3G.
"Dear-- A company went over yesier-
day of about five hundred, and went below-
fix mile; the Indians discovered them andr
fled to the swamp. It seems tliey were at
breakfast, leaving the whole a cooking, to-
gether with their leg-gings and eight poneys,
all of which were brought in, and made a pre-
sent to Paddy Cair's company olf 150 a arri..rs,
.who took the lead. To-day it is reported
from good authority, that here is in a large
swamp below this 1500 hostile, who are de-
termined to attack this town to night or to-
morrow night. There isin or near Tusknga
3000 warriors, who are, they say, going to'
attack W i'umka soon. We are here at least
2000 srrong,and 500 troops will be in to-night.
If they come, they will meet with a warm re-
caeption. Send lots and cords of buck shot, of
'the largest size, some canteens for carrying
-water around your neck. with a cord-a few
.jii 1tr s.3. This war w ill lno and Car
-`-,VTr1jloanths; and sand such things asI

"..i tn;IIm ..r=1 be adapted' tn the times."
A letter from .Marseilles of tlie 17th April'
says thaLCapt. Reignhard. of the bark Pooli. '
.was imprisoned at that place, for stabbing his a
We regret to learn that a nman by the name .
of John Vogue, was killed on the Little
Schuylkill Rail.Road on Saturd:iy last.. He
ras. sat-anding on the tnJer arnd engine, thle
coupling gavn way-he tll on OE -f the rails.
-and 16 cars passed over his bouly, causing
immediate death.
IU. S. Bank Stock sold in New 'York on Sa-
turday,at 191 a 1-1 5-8---Delaware & Hud-
son at 100 a 102--Kentucky Bk. at 9-I-Mor-
ris Canal at 9.1, and Ohio Life an-d Trust, at
124-. -

The Journal of Commerce ot, Saturday af- '
ternoon says--"Lreters by thii re.:-iIt arrivals
inform that Mr. Jaudon lad not completed his
arrangement for the U. S. Bank, but there
was plenty of competition for his proposals a
amoog the money lenders, and no doubt was I
entertained that this mission would be fully

The Bridgeton, (N. J.) Whig says:-"Wed-
nesday last was a lively day ir. Bridgeton.--
The arrival of the new steamboat Pioneer, fri i
Salem, and the launch of the ifte schooner
James Hand, called together an unusual con-
course of people, who -with the passengers of
tho Ptoneer to the number of nearly three hun-
dred, gave a gay appearance to our town. The
schooner is a fine vessel, equal at least to any
event built in this place, and does equal credit
to the builder and own.: rs.

Bennett, of the New York Herald says:-
"The Courier and Enquirrr is tihe goveircniaent
oflh Me ,it---the Mayor and Publih Authorities
-are mere green rudidshi,:." We hope they' no
-longer bring two-pene, a bunch-they are not
'worth it.

The Newark (N. J.) Advertiser says:-_
"Many banks, both in this state and else-
'"here, have immemorial I y followed iha prae-
.tice, in discounting notes, of charging interest
for four days more than the time specified on
the face of tho instrument. This was done
by allowing three days grace, and by c.untinls
,bi th tlhe day on which the note was drawn
and that on which it fell due. In. the case of
-McNeely, assignee of the state bank at Tien-
ton, vs. the heir7 of Drake, this point was
r.isiedi by tio ca.unsel for the descendants; and
ithe Supreime Cu5 i decided that the practice
-was-an usurious one, and ",tiratad all contractB
-It entered into. In other wtrds, that it is
usury to e-tiratro both the day dlI ih date,
and of the atusrity, in discounting a note o,
Another point raised by the consul is the
iame ease, says tho Tfeton Eniporium, was,

that thie praetio a6f w hing'dliJAit olioF
notes drawn at ninety 34's, as'ough-they,
were drawn at three moeihh,.xrone-flaorth-'f.
a year was also usurious. Although no ex-
press opinion was given by the Court o.ithis
point, a sufficient intimaioan fell from-two of
the justices to put the community on their
gu'uird against foullo ing this custom.
SThe Court determiined, in the case before
ihemr that the usury not having been between
the parties in Couirt, the verdict for the plain-
tiff must be sustained."

We, forbore mentioning in Saturday's paper,
that aiiother dis.graceflul row was publicly in-
sitIed by the editor of the New York Courier
and Enquirer; believing that the public author.
ies would take measures to piravcnt it. In
this we have been disappointed, and it now
becomes our duty to lay before our readers the
history of the disturbance. The following
condensed account we find in the Public Led-
ger, of this morning:-
For two or three days, the city r.fNcw York
has been in an uproar about a tbreign vagabond
named Wood, wvho, after filling his pockets out
of the folly of our cities, ilas, according to the
custum ofhis trade from England, seen fit to put
on insolent airs, and insult the public. It seems
that a Mrs. Conduit, said to be an American ac-
tress, and an excellent singerand histrir.nic per.
former, was to have a benefit, and chose the op-
era ofGuy Mannering. Thle Woods, lbr whom
this Mis. ConJuit nad frequently played; ren-
dering them essential service, were solicited by
her to play at this benefit; to whiIa request they
had the cin ironate good breeding to return nru
iniseer. They viete to play (mn thu elllowing
night, and W4od selected Guy hlannering. On
being told by the nainager, .Mr. Sinipson, ihat
lIrs. Conduit had -ectleted this for her benefit,
re made iio answer, and went as\ay. Tlhe
manager, itistead of ordering him to quit the
theatree lir this insolence, yielded, and permit.
citJ him r,: play GCy Niirierlng. Not content
with this, lie and his s rt-, as it purp,. eely to) de-
trovy tie benefit of Mra. Conduct held a con-
ert" at the C'ny Hotel, on the same night,
These facts were noticed in the New York
_ourner and Enquirrer. Wood had the insolence
o er.d to the editor tine alternative ofa retrac-
lin ur-a challenge; for which the editor ought
ho have handed hilm over ii. the polii'c. \Wrod
appeared on ltie stage arid was hiesed. Mirs.
Vood came i: orwrao in alarm for the safety of
her hu.banii,and was applauded. IMrE. Conduit
opeared, disa'.owed any unkind feelings to the
VCodes, and offlre'J her hand to them. The hus-
andaccepte.d tllie tolken of reconciliation; the
tile very relu.:tanily consePnted. Mrs. Conduit
was h'sed by a portion of the magnanimours
irnb ordandies w ho susrainid the W6\bds. Wood
hen hadJ the audacity to charge all the riotous
proceedings to the Courier and Enquirer, and
OIld from the Etare of his having sent the editor
challen2re. On the next night, or next but
ao, they appeared in Guy Mannering. The
iuse was lull-Wood could not be heard-the
lay stas not permitted to be acted. The man-
ger came I.rreard and said mat Wood would
ot be permitted again to play at the Park, an-
her play was subltitured,aird order restored.
Such i the naccountorf this affair, as it is rela-
*d in the New York papers. which seem to be I
rided between the Woods and Mrs. ConduiLt
nd whati is the amount of it aill A couple of
age players come [here, are followed, fialttered,
areased, worshipped. The population of our
itis run mad in a strife- for b-oing lon est and
twntag most. The pockets ofthe strollers are
lled, their fortunes are made, and in return for
I, as they are abr.ut returning to thie land
hidch has disgorged themr, thvy show their
rrittjde ,y Itr atl, n .a ._. .lr ta ..i. '
a whom they are- much indebted, ilthb Etudied
isolentce and crue-lty, and abuseand insult the i
Jbblic a hli.e hIti'rltly has trauiifeired hllenm
omn itarasti.rn to a1lluenrc.. ''lhiie is a correct
escrnpii.n t iit'alrlnm -st es'-r En'ic" i]u acltr or ac-
eso mliat Crconi6 an-r'nig us, and u dil bU, so lone
- we are .uch Iboluas to degrade oursIelesinto
eir wvorsh.pper-. We make toomuch of such i
e,:ple. If we treated tliemn as they are treated
home, thai is, went to see them as we go to
*e an elephant or learned pig, they would be a
little more nmode.t. The press of our cities is
ueh to blame in this matter, and becanEe it
iotaini S t-oi mar55 fips anl dandr-..R. We hae i
een an editor, w-ith more whtikers than rains,
sit an hour upon the steps, to catch the honor
f handing the woman Wood to her cairiage,as
ie lelt our owncit).'
So much for the hiticr.y of a strolling va-
:obond a.nor and an unprincipled mob editor.
Vith the editor of the '"Ledge;," we agree
at it is. only a -repetition of tile insolence of-
red an American public by tliose "foreign
igabmnds'," aiter having filled lt-eir pockemr
) the tune r eitghly mr an hundred lh,.uaand i
orarr, and if the American people are such
npf!rt-n.. as to permit themselves to be thus
suited and still lavish their money upon those t
/',rei-gnrr," even so be it,-like obstinate, in- s
experienced, silly children, they will hate I
eir o wn way, and with there rests the folly.
We should not. however, f'ultil our duty to
I public to permit this occasion ti: pass wil-
it censuring the conduct of the editor who
as the principal cause of thlie disturbance.--
uch as ste are opposed to Theatres, believ-
S them to10 be an evil of no small magnitude,
Sth'e seque! has clearly shown-we have yt

to learn that a public mob is the proper method
for putting them dorin. Not.-only should
Wood hbe made to feel 'he power c-f the law
for chall.i.ragirn Col. Webb, but CIol. Webb
should be held amenable to the laws of his
c.-untyv fl 'er'miiing a disturbance. In r.la-
tion to thli. sut.bj. tiheeditor of the New York
Evening Poet, m.ak--s ibe following very just
nnd soersible remarks:-- : .. .
"The riot list evening at the Park'Theatre
is anothtci ort' il..,-e di ,'racetul circuirstancees
which conidLic usa to' arss the melaiIchu:ly con-
clasion thnitinere l nona ii .iueeni.,ugIl in this conm-
munity to respect the righteol property and per-
sonal liberty, nor poster to enforce the laws by
which tiose rights are guarded-l. We" desire,
hovwevEr, to avorJd thia conclusion as long as pos-
sible, and'therefore swait to see in whai manner

those whose duty it is to attend to the adomanis-
tration ofcrintnal utitice think fit to proceed in
the ai'air. It doEs nut- appear firm the annexed
account, winch we rcopy from the Times ol this
rnornnin-, that rny olh lie rioers.were taken into
custody ; but the rigleaders and instilgatorsare
known, asnd although the police after the notice
given ol their designs are not absolved from the
guilt or neglect, in not binding them -over to
heep the peace, yet it is not tuo late to deal with
them after a 'manner thich hall make them a
warnni.g and an example. If this be not done,
if the laws may be trampled on and defied, iI
people are nut to be protected trom ruffianly
iedence in the p.irijit of a peaceable and legil
occupatiun, if an audience assembled fora lastult
purpose may be attacked by a frantic mob,
who burst the doors of the building rind drive
them, out forcibly from the sea-ri they have paid
.for. these tliggs are to go unvisited by Ihe
ipoedy and coridign punishment, ocr city will
deserve. to become what it is fast becoming, in
consequence of these disorders, "a hissing and
bye-wortd" both aS humb and abroad, and the

hamr-of ew.torker i be only as naerm o

- The follow ing acsonnwe take fronjri N. Y.
Evening Star.-
Daegracq'ful Rnut at the Park TIeare.-Accord.
ing to invitation, and as it might naturally La.ve
.been expected in a la':gecttyliM_ ourS, an i iirncn'sc
concourse of people a cmnibled last cveniine 1ii
front o'i the Palk Theatre: and at a -very earlt
hour the whole houee was filed with men--(ladies
having been politely requested to remain at home)
When Mrs. Wood appeared, the whole house rose
to receive her-waving of hats aid handkerchiefs,
and every indication rws, given of re-1i|ct and ,:.:.n.
fidence. When Mr. Wood, however; made hi;
appearance, the clamor. be, ame, gre.it and ovr-..
whelmiin3: applause and h;Isjng were: ;nermingle.-;
but such was the discordance, that neither hirselli
nor Mr. Simpson could be heard-a large pieces of
plank was troa n at him from thI' Fin, which Wva'
caught by iMr. Placide-t11 aB eident thnlat -seven
eights of the audience were in I'mor of Mr. and
Mrs. V'o.d;' bun as Ie have before IrequnthLly sajij,
fifty persons determined lo make a riol, can throw
an Assemblage of t['o thousand people into. contu-
sion. We arc- certain, h.oirever, that with all the
c.:nFijsion, the play w .ull basei proceecJd and tho
rioltirs cer, put down witil ease; bimit at lhii mm,-
ment, ltie mob fium without, consisting of all the
idlers and loafers of the city, broke into the Tlhe..
tre-ruslird on the Etage, aind without, of Course
f rlinr any interest in th.e qucstin-m, coiTmmenc d
yelling atnd icreamring, and allowed no part of'the
parbriimance to be h, ard. Mr. and BAif. Wood, c'f
course, re'tir-d; and at a lato hour, the people le,'if
the house--some arrests aere made by thLe wateh.
We lihazard nothing in saying th.tt, Liis iduJiEgrac.-.
I'ul t.) o u r rit .

The Chaileston Mercuryof Monday last sa\sa:
'A Gentlenman arrived in this city on Saturday
'v ending last Iron. St. Augustine, imfrrns us that
intelligence had been received at that place
from Foil King, stating that the Indians were
putting to dearh all their children under two
years of age meaning thereby to rid themselves
ol all incumbrances tor a future desperate strug-
gle;also that the-ywere niskingecorn in more than
ordinary quantities, which the negroes were
made to nork very hard under guard of sent;-
nels placed over them, This intelligence vus
received from a friendly squaw, wholhad oscap-
ed from the hmlistile ludians."
The Macon (Ga.) Telegraph cf the 19th inst-
says:--"The town ofColumcus sla placed under
Martial Lawv-etery man capable ol bearing
arms is pressed into the ranks-busnesa is sus-
pended, and the stores generally closed."
The Augusta (Ga.)ICuurier, of the 20th inst.
says--Rumors of the alarm about Tallahassee
reach us from various quarters. The Indians
had attacked St Alarks, but tere repuiled.-'
Florida is represented as likely to be given up
to the Seminoles entirely, and required to be
reconquered.-T'hey think there that the Sam.
inolks are irmo ing up to unite with tlIe Creeks,
and opening a communication with their haim-
mocks and everglades in the Stuthern part of
the Peninsula; they will be able to give a safe
retreat to their neighbours, when Alaboma hisa,
flr their misdeeds, indignantly hurried them
ruom her borders."
The Columbus Republican Herald oftthe i7th
inst. says:-W'e have just received information
of a second party of Indians, amounting to about
1400 in number, making a second attack upon
Roanrke in which 9 persons were killed and 13.
missing besides manny negroes. Amrona the
number killed, was Uriah Horn, Solic
'hp1ti1 -aa..alnhbaC ._
Last evening, two Mail stages on their way
from Montgomery to his place, with 14 pas-
aengera, six Guard men, and the two driver&,'
were attacked about 17 miles from this, by a par-
.y of 50 or 61)0 Indians. Upon the commence-
mentof firing, the horses took frighl, left the
road and became entangled, when the drivers
:ut them loose, and made their escape upon their
backs. The passengers lelL the stage and fled'
for thlir lives, with the Y'ell of the savages re-
Luundingin Iheir ears. [t is supposed thatthey i
ill have been murdered, as no .information has
b:en received concerning them."

Extract of a letter to the Editors, dated
HABRIaen.aUR, Alay 27, Li36.
The l-oue Ihave been occupied most of its
morning and afternoon sessions to-day in the
jiciissaun of "An act to consolidate and amend
tlie several acts relative to a general system of"
education by common schools." Numerous a-
ni.?ndmrenits were oiekred, and many remarks,
coninients explanations speeches made upon tihe
second reading of this bill. Anienidmenis to
tax sheep and-goats were oflered, but could not
withstand the arguments adduced against them,
ind were rejected. As the bill now stands, ihe
axes wiitt.n those districts which accept the
school las (as I under-tarid it) will be as ful
ows tiz:
1st., On each male taxable inhabitant of the
district, a poll tax of fifty cents.
"2nd. .On all offices and posts of profit, pro-
etssions, trades, and occupations, and all single
'reemen above the age of 21 years, who do not
1illowv any occupation, not exceeding the amount
s.sessedJ n time same Ior county purposes.
3,l. On personal property whach was made
taxable by an act, entitled an act assessing a
ax on personal property, to be collected with
the county rates and leties, for the use oat the
ermmonwcealh, passed the .25th day oh March,
1M31, and upon all property shall continue to be
ass-essed ace,.,rding to the provisions of tie said
iel : Provided, that sard act shall not be so con-
strued as to make widows and orphans liable to
tlie paynrerit oriaxes. .
Tiar school directors shall establish a sijffi-
:ient inrniiber ot schools lor the education ofen-
ry, inilridtal who ma. apply, above the age of
fbur years, and shall keep the said schools open
at least six months in every year.
Section '2th. proit des that $100,000 in addi-
lion to the iulttO,000 payable by the U. States
Bank, shall be apportioned among the several
school districts of this commonwealth, and the
city and county and county of Philadelphia, ac-
cordming to the number oh taxable inhabitants,
subject only to tile drafts or the superintendent of
common sclihols, agreeably to the provitsions of
this act. Provided, that the balance ot the ap-
prnatioris made under an act entitled an act to
establieh a general system of educ-tion, by com-.
mun scho,:lr, passed ltt April, 15:35, and the
several sutpplerents thereto, and the undrawn

balances which may not be drawn, on account
of districts not accepting of the provisions of
this act, are to remain in the Treasury and ac-
cumulate for any term not exceeding one year i
from the first day of November, 1S;37, atier
which all uidravxn balances remaining in the
treasury shall be paid into the school fund.-
The bill goes to enumerate the manner ot col-
lect:on of school tax, the manner of voting, &c.
I shall not go into a detail on that part of the
bill, as I presume -it would not be sufficiently
interesting to occupy so much spaces it would
necessarily do.
In the Senate, business dono was principally
upon the civil code. The action on the School
Bill drew-all attention to the House, which I
may account for the slight notice taken of the
Senate proceedings for the last'few day. .
[Am. sent.

S'-. .JO:QILEA.E S." .-
-t i l repllbetld that's sho'rt-'ihiaa? mnce
,i'et"..v'Uor teaBlers an account of-' v sit hc
"'Earl ;tanW'-ve took occastn to'ay tha't- it ,sr
thcight he nerer tould confrless his'oit-hte .:
strenuou.iy persaited in his nirin.ee-nce to his
counsel, to hi l relig ois. viiters, ahd. to all vt:.-
saw him. On Saturday -last he senti far one oi
his counsel, anrid alter anxiously e-nquit'rg if
nothing mxe could be done lIr hin, ind .ernt
told it was exceedingly doubtful, he again ob-.
senred, it was rather 'hard hat'an nocen-t
man should Etiffir. His counsel, Mr. Parsons,
t[l.d hium that an effort v.-',uld be niade f:.r a res.
pie, but it s.ae not likely that any thing could
be accomipli-iedJ, and. he ought r,-,t to l..,ps topr
it. Mn. P. svas about leaving, telling im, that
he wou'd not see him after that day, as he twias
bout to leave hriime not ro return for some hime.
Earls then called hine back, ard in a low ir-ji,-
pej said, there was something tfill be ought tIL
tell hini, and added, "I was concerned in it."-
HI then implored further efforts in his'behall,
but he was told that he must prepare to die; that
although in Mr. P's opinion the evidence had
not been Eufficient to convict him, et the flin-
ger of Providence had been in the %1hol-e tlFins-
action, and nothing further could be done to
save him. That alterno0on, only three days be-
fore his execution, he? made a full and entire
concession or his counsel. Arn arrangement hoas
been nade lbr the bendrfit if his children, vwh
the publishers ol ilis trial to connect his confe5-
sion wibh it. It is now in their poeeession, it
s one t Ithe most interesting papers ,f that cha-
racter we have ever read. JIt vil be out in a
lew days.
The penalty of tl'he law was fulfilled on the
person of bthe ill-fated Earls, within the walls of
the prjisn 3ard, on ye terday afterrinon. \We
%ere politely milled [by the Sheriff'to attend as
une of' his Deputies to valnets the soulenin
''le SheritT, accompainedby his deputies, and
Mr Armstrong, Duputy Attorney General, Dr.
Ludvig, and the jurr summoned Ior the occa-
saon, wesae eccorteil to the prison by Lie vult uin-
teer companies of irntantiy and ridemen of ur
borough, under the connmmands ofCapts. He\ I-
mtun and Sciler, at about one o'clock. ViWhen
.a'enttererJd, tie pr.uoner was engaged in fer-
ventdevotion, in company with the Ret. Mesrze.
Tliomas and Lenhart-'whom he had requested
to attend him in the trying hourgi The devotion
was continued for sons time during vshich
Earls manifl-ested the most intense an.xiety--
pleading tir niiercv, occasionally ex. Isrninrg, "1
think G.-d still have rni'rcy-1 dep.iend upon ;i;"
and then again crying "0 sustain me in my dif-
ficulty. At one time his efforts seemed to be
exhausterd, and wit'i arn jniploring iok he s-id
to- Mr. Lenhart, --teachi me vihat to say."-
\Vhile he remained insidJ, he called tbr "drink;"'
a little s;ie anid water %a-s giken hiunt. When
he called Ibr this nourislhnment, our mind vsta-
involuntarily carried back to the death scene at
I' mniurdered wteb. The i.nly word .she uttered
afier their neighbor, NiMr-. Schiller rent in, Iwas
-'drmnk!"'and when offered her she was unable
to take it. At about *20 minutes before two. the
robes of death were presented to himnt, and he
"a.es kindly called upon by the Sherifi to change
hiiclothes uor the hsbilirients ol'the grae..--
He cried out in agony, "0, I cint, I c-nt-help
mne."-He was assisted by lthe Sheriff and hr.
At 2 o'clock the Court house bell %%as lolled,
when the unfortunate riarn was'a take lto the
scaffold.- He ascended with a firm, and conm-
paratively composedstep,acconipained by Me.-crs
Thomas and Lenhart. Solemnity and awve per-
taded tlie scene; the prisoner occ'a:iu.nally glan-
cing at the rope by s\ which he was ir.on to be sus-
pended, and then al the persons vs ho bad assem--
bled to see him pay thie flortiit of his life to the
offended majesty of the laws. ScireeQly any
ihmg was heard save tie breasthingaspiraiinon to
God in behall of the ehort-lived matu. Soon
'" Pr.fre. inm s e .'ieum Lord,
was given out by Mr Thomas, and sung; the
sounds seemed to break as upon the stillness of
morning. 'lie thione ofr peace was then lier-
vently addressed by Mr. T. ': ho marplorend mer-
cy for the dying coni:ct At 2V0 nirrutes lfter
o te deat warrant wa rthe deatharrant as rd byiheriff
from tlie scaffold, immediately ilter Which Mr.
Lenhartn rue and feelingly addree-eed the prison-
er. telling him that Iis v...ce vhitch he had so
olten heao.] within the prison, was enUw raised
for the laet time-wthinhin i hearing. "-'-e \sa-
ges ot sin," said the minister of truth, "is death
-but if the wicked forsake his-v ay, and time
unriglhteous man hi-, thoughts, the. Lord iath
said he would have mercy upon him." He sarb-
bed aloud, in reply, and burying his lace in his
hands cried out,; oh God have mercy.'
At 2:3 minutes before 3, his armi were pin-
ioned by the Sheritf; amid cries ot agony, la-
menrtanions and tears. He then walked tfor ward
to the latal spot, when the rope swas carefully
adjusted byl the Sherir-this officer evincing
during thlie 'hole of rhis trying scene,lhe utmost
kindness annd anxielt foiIr his ili.iation-ocra-
stoually enrc:.uraging him b,- words ot'cofotbrt,
and a reference tu thi Christian's source ot
strength and hope. So.:n after tire rope nas
adjusted he was taken leave .:t by hirs spiritual
adsiiers, and also by Bradin, lthe jaikoiand de-
puty sheriff much teelrig vwas elicited Ironi the
audience, by this affecting exhibition. At a
quarter before three llte bell tolled again, when
tlie cap was drawn over his lace by the Sher-
.IT, who initmediately descended 'fiont the seat-
fold, and oo-,ck tire axe in hue hand to cut a srna'l
rope by hstrli this drop cvas kept to its place,
and by which alone hlie was held in existence.
He remained standing erect, engaged in audi-
hie devoiton. Hirs a'liml situalmon at thistinie
is beyond description-ssu pended in mnuid-air a-
waiting only the stroke ot the bell, which was
time signal lor a stroke muchli more -terrible; it
could nrot fll to impress deeply the minds ol all
who -wrines-sed it. A inomonnt before the bell
sounidedl on our anxious ear-s, hIe a,'tia called
fir di nk. The upimtted etce fell harmless, thtit
his latest wish might be gratified. Alter drilik-
mg, he called oi Mr. Lenhart to pray, which
was .eri tbrie,' drone. He o.\ -: eenmied m, have
Io-t the te'alunr.'e ol lIis miud,.ownvg perhaps io
hii- aiding sanme ta.me, a hb ltse cap over his
face, and tho rope round his neck. -He clterug
feai fully and irmrnly to Ihe post of liiis scaffold,
and struggled tlr several minutes before he
could be replaced in his proper pr-sit ion: tlhis was
at lengrhdo'ne, partly by turce and partly by tIhe
importiuity of the SherifT and deputy ann Mir.
Lenhait, thie latter standing on the firm partof
the scaffold and holding him by the arm
While ill this situatioii,and atalb:ut four minutes
before three o'plock,the death-riealhng blow wasea
struck, which cevered his connection wIll eve-
ry thing earthly, and its reverberations falling-
on the ear as the knell of his hopes and fears.
The fall immediately broke his neck: a slight
struggle, nod all was over,- nought was heard
but the Iheat in' oh hbs breast in tlie throesef

death, Iomtediatcly alder the blo' the Slie iff
sank entirely oveicorme by his feelings; the
aternness of the officer, w'as lest in the kiijness
and benevolence of the nran.
Earls remained suspended about 210 minutes,
when Dr. Ludwig, the attending phAsician, was
called upon who pronounced hinm dead. Hle was
cit dosrn, and interred during the course of the
afternoon. Previous tot internment tlie coipse
was placed in the open coffui, int frontof the
jail, where the cctik-ns, by passing through an
open column of the military, had an opportunity
Of seeing it. He was buried in the public ground
immediately in the rear of the jail yard.
He hasgone! gone to that tribunal 'where the
heart is known' and judged. We are disposed
to tread lightly o'er his ashes-hoping that he
died sincerely penitent, and prepared to meet
his God. Lycoming Clhronidle.

: FATatAeCIPE -"-T W"
1YcatArday morbiar -as a, punjTman by-the
- ame Stull, was descending the 'lsirs of the
S"o,.r'cellar, noer ir tind- 'Ill-rv st. Ie f1in
f r' t rt atliar, stunilndl- le.- l tr |IC ,li :,tp om ar
broke hie nea6 Mledici .al 5itniie .I-a.irmme
Sd tely "brought, but litoo lat -Li. S. Gaz.
f The rS.: s-r.I l L .' I, ',rn- 'ua ti.: ii'v nnd rra
king v.ar on ihe .Siuax Indians whieanthe gras- grti
four inches high!
,. There is a rinel ol tliriIi in I .th] reply of Rede
- Jocket, ,m. cI:n called a .-a r..:.r : *A n i r'.r !' said
he," I an. in -.ri.itr-1 ~ L..:.rr. an or ator.'
No N vlh r. t c i b. t. 'in i .-,eric [i....j it ,lli. ,J
;n miore capiltatmn y ii.iplicia y oft' :.ipres i nor thar
il thi answer of T E'-umlh to.gor'rnor Hmrrie ,i
In the zoi tlf.rrnce ol \ i ir.enn:-:. It crrnaintsaLn a li:
m,.'ral al-J a. ndi a .- rca-m, he l iiir.r'r:J in rer"ci.t
L.y ail e-%,dent c.:onsic:.u.ncs of l.:tin,-_: tcoic the
:a:l .:.f inFult. At the close of hii., address, ihe
t'.nnt hat n.) chaii had been placed ior him, a ne-
gli''zL whocligo rnor Hrrri'orr ordered to be reme.-
itied as c,-.n as diacmoered. Suep.-ctrig, pcrbamups,
ibt it i s; ir-re ro atTront than a m-stake, ithli
ian ir o' di gnriy, cje tlatd lm,.not to 1 haueh;inesi,
he decl;nd I lie ;eat ofl;ired, sith the u r.rdi.-
-..ar lather rqueset' you io lake a chair,' and an-
swetcd as he carnlh disposed liinisell'on the ground:
I' alr Tie ui.n i. mv fitthr, and ih,:
earth isa ny mu'.ilier; I will no, re,'epi:se upon h. r

SYou have arm',' -i,id a Scnminole chii.f lntelv,
oa Ge(.n. (Clin' h, and so havce w ; I Oti hasc pou dr
and lead, and co Ihate we n: vyo hiave non,, ad ,o
Irate w5: ,i.ar men u IIll fihpl, aimi 'O 'will' oijr-,
til the luat dropof tihe n-n ,C.h:'s bl .:id li-i ,I n.:.-,t.
.n.:d Ii ,uni;r.g gr.iundi.' ThIt rr.1-J9 IIo cc. i.
iuetii. Intrept.dity is it-s charact- r.
Turn to tIed Jacket's graphic description of theI
liaud v lich hbas puriolncd th-]ir t-rrtrinry, and
zhamrie ringlkel ne in aci t vsith ,cnir pity. "Brolthlc ,
at lihe treateii-, held t;:.r i,: ".-irchase art ojr land ;,
Ihe vwaiIel nrn, with sxcel voiCe.i and smiling
faces, told us they ,icd eus, but that tIe [kinn's
clilhdrcn on the other side of the lake should elicat
Us.. \\ hti 5, we g,) orn ib:i ether 6id.? .:.rf' the lak',
Ithe kh. 's ch ildJ n .ll usi ic, ur peoFl- wiJl che"n,
U-. ThJ.ih l,.iu2s p-oirzh cl-, heads, and Ne bchi.ct':
hl l ih le d Idra,.ir nmust lak: care ofl', iin-mel ri-, ard
not trust either in 3,our people i, in the tking'e sch;l.
dri:n. atlli-er', our -.ala isri', o-rn:,z 1.iriC, and
your .-crt- sm:il. 'r I,,, I,,",a ,o r .,, I .ue g r
pr.- ple, a.id e has..- :,ar-.,:l-' a .la'.z-: Ileh. vto pr, aJ
cOnur blirnk.:t." Trtc, and rae th:ir grasl r .r. vIt
hIe all thcey iFail r:ltamn o thlLir once ann.Ple lhunti rg
grounds. Thi.:ir sreng-ir is wast-d. their countis.-
a- ,rr;ior dead, their l-.r,i iaj r 'l,.a arid th,;r
borial places upiirn.:-.- bi the p:.iu.:l, ha-ri Tlih.r-
.rs n tLnr,. : wh.rn the na'r cry oIf a P,:,,htali.ani. a
D-[av.arc., or a:n Ab i-tal-rin,, siruct I.:r.:,r to lile
litr:u of' te pale (dre,; ilt n,,w teb Seminole i-
igiig hI ..: t l a battle sonl'.
m.r-i: t I..: -peec.:hsc :Fei oSlirna ndrali, a e l.: btrat.
.-c (irOeida ch.i cit', c th, a trt je-ii t t,,,.-.l- ifrlnai ..-
rl loqueni:e He lh d '.1 r, p-reat a*e:; and in i;-
hast errtioran in coiinr.id, b, ,p.:ni;d si l'thl lIlooin-mo
.'ublimc and Leautiil sni ,:rn<'es. 'Brothers, I asn
iar. a .:d lionil..,k. The irids Ct a, lIn.ri.jred saro
hlv.s whittled throw' m)n L.ranel-she, and I nam dr dc.J
at th, tr:.yi.' EC. r: rerd,-r,'w ho ha -.:.:I, a h.:mni .'cl,
a li a dry iri.i it:.ll- I.:p, i rmouril n.-. its di
greentti liage, v ill ftl li6 i rce ot" cmiali,:'. I
am dead at thln lop.' Rini mermn:rr, anrd all -ie
iT'.:,rous pr. : .% : r f r youth h i.1 fled [treci, .
Nut I.:. ic- rmo nt i. r hI ir- cs "i i.,c.:h. mcane
hbi P.ash .i.th ii a ren.:r.xhl.: rhirl.'r.fa ii ,:s.:rn trib.-,
at a cOusaG held, %ae believe, in \\ ashiur-ion, manr'
) 4 .1-1 r .s ; llic e; "
In alluJinme to his e,;t[crnie n-e, and r thl;e pim.
babil.l iiy -thai i-h: ir rlil not c .:n s uri vui : ti. j.:j.i.-ner
Lhac to In- tit .:, lie iaid. My chil.Jr.-n till stalk
throp igii the -.r ?, and the 2ire.t spirit still ul,
per in lthe Irce aps, and the florira will spring up
in the trails-but Puisimalaha will liear not--"he
Still see t he fl, ers no more. lie still be gone.
Hi-s p.-oplr neill know that he i. mtc id. Thr' nev--a
Sill coni, .in their e~ars., a the sound otf lfe faIl of a
miglhty ra.I in tI.n- stillness of the woods.'-AKnick-

EA traltts from Robi-ou a Jourr.Al.
iV'c. V,-'TJ I fortunate that nirth is so chmap-

6" & i W(Wilphif t

s- h. --- I E. -u-- --__ --I n
No man ?s a proficiefit in self-knowledge who I
hais rnot learned tor despi-e himself.
To lc. rn air-iihecr man'os 'iharacier, we must otP.
ser'e hin in hus inmoments of excecsiv,1 arngir and
goi-d nature.
Hopc is the rainbow of the mind; and confidence
is physical power, the subctratum oit courage.
Mile cliarny is thre mn:.st desp,:ablei? intuo cx-
tant. I know n.o.t s h-; unless b:c;ause, lioin ob.
servation, the uWorld is conviijned that its existence
ia inrc.:ii i,',ibici: ill. h i bl- sirtui s.
Nov. 4/i.-True, some men judig ofthe tree b,-
i-t fruits,buit a vastly gr,.atcr numnb, ', judge ofthe
fuii.it by i he [',.
Ceritrin it is, that a lew- men, do lie thinr.iiog
[tr the w hol'e morld. Thratreater Omir.-iiiado..
nout arite from nthe tupilint) ofl th nmulilnude, seeinm
to be otn ing to the fact, thiar more people do riihti
b., 'ccidcnt Ihan s rmoin. bY de:'..ign.
No. pana-ioin o a.:urc to..,'ork out tI hsjin.deat'-,t
a. Eiv)y. My old conitajde C. has hor ottien ine.
Pov:rtIy ;s th.- bane- r.tf Iricnd ip. It' I could.
eha'ie filli'f theunand dolirs in mi) pure, what a
recirctiion ofl rnend n nild stinrt ip! The swoirldn
.:.ok's i-tom a rn:an's po.:aket' Ibr this chiar.eter.
.ThouSgh a per-i on ini-lr ha e all tihe -rir ot'Sl.:ri-;
dan, it hi' -'*:' poj.)', Int smart ca, ini '.ouldJ
have no curre-ne ; ushile thie stupid rain miin ofa
iir.afd are quoatd as Ihe oracles ot nidom.
NL,. S.51. La-t ntiht I driameJ of reecting a
lclt'.r Ire-m e1n iatlier ; and -..! it Imith conme tI.
pai,. H.,iw n'ust we aic.Iount for a liaT Sniiias pro.
phetical in dream's? I explain it thw.s: In [hr.
course of the day, our hanlied minds Ieave a
thotisand thoughts and reasonings unfini-hied.
The mind tias p.:rhaps in its poEEcieon, all tie i
data:necesdary,t6 inmake ,up- a reasonable:'conjbe- :
It p, that -.snie partli.:ular c',nt is to hippenI t-.- ;
Ni 'row ; but neglect to push on Ithe inmlerecrcs U
from such dala, to a conclusion n. Sometimes this
neglect',may be owing to 'ife hurry and pressure
ori other tlioualiats--.metim..s to a ,limrrnmering
presenmernt tlht thlie conclusion may be painful.
In sleep, the mind recurring to tIii:se data, draws
conclusions from them, oat events which lite next
day actually transpire.
The following is an ecxract from the letter
abLrve alluded to which lie received from hisit
latllcr. ..... .. -....... ....-
1 ) di-lilie thir idea oh yoour going to
Nest York to ride; nor will I attempt to disguise
rlle reason. I Irnr that your moral elharacter may i
.uff" r. 'Y :-iin ',ill there. ti.. e nnred bIt rt lth..u anrJ
teinptations mu`.1 i 1 fhar you have not strerrnth
of principal : to rsisl. I line' your cell confidence
-but I also kniov vour weCakrre.si, amy n. C'.:i,
where you are, I"tr6iable'for -you. Indeed, in-
deed, yowtare, l'fari a child of the Devil! s *
-My old father: little knows-:the.astrength; 'of nmy.
chgrnacter. .Sp:; I aimnpot;to be risked ia city:!
Forsuoth thin: c~,riuges wouldJ un ,over me.! jn'
deed! indeedd! I think I had blettr be taken back
to tlhe niiitery. But lhe danger aries from ary4
bein g child ofl 11ihu dell.-, ,Really mhe old rmnr.
gives a lIiruall a hard nanim-I d.,i-lkei suce pper,-
rtuly. ; .. ,.
.ovn. 6t7.Y-Mrs. C. denies that Mrs. B. is hand-
some. Tha.i is not .trange. I find llal a beautiful
woman Iri nes 6, acknos ledded to beaucb by women
in general. -
The Dr. eiyi that lblack,' a.nd, wvht.: are just
alike. So iih.y iarc ii tih ne sens- tatit L'haaroal
is diamond. "tQuer. Will Ithere. be AIrican.an-
gels in- heaveri?)
Amrlbition may' be comparecdto epias-ravrmtice,
to a banyan; tree. .'f
It is sometimes war-,c to' cuppreass truth thlian to
utter falsehood. .
Noev.7th,--Itis curious tblhught, tlat every par-
ticle-of matter around us, however accidental is
position may appear to be, islTocated .i3 orme fixed
"X.r of nature. .. .. ..
It then we,:re oblie l t. to travel cl-n.: icr their
ihoughrib iansid-r, tlins suould,'if p.iible, ca,!, to,
think. There is a cerla;n power of 1orciaug the
mind into a listles ret%4ric, which i. etlln a great
rtclic t us@ wlnn our thoughts upon any aubject
gvow painful. It is hike unlocL.ing the water
wheels of a stchmboat. _
'-The paltr ring of rain has a soothing influence en
llIe mirid. To lie on a bed undcr the roof and hear
he ramn pour dowr, is the luxury of glcooin.

e Dr. cn rNliAis-niat-iZ- esaa is friendly
to rehigOI,,.bobtminiri tti tigotriy whichh he says
i ti nnly the-.cetious a- ltatioba t; religion. I
d 't in '. al..AO:..t rl. lii-r pli r.ing ditinctionn .
I ce t[I- el.:, [li e i i prnr iiplc a plainly as I
car, 'nifougti u .icurrn. IHe night as well lunch
ou irto ,pen infidelity. For my part, if I doubt
-r aylhr.ng I must doubt all; if I go the gaff, I may
S 1 ell g i:. ltii ..rh.:r, g'iif! This V. alqti jjS p -
Sollis -..hill Iirdlj riln myij orthodoxy, da'd Imil
read it at niI' l'isurv,
:Tif fi nnnkind would atree nrt take offence at
d injuriou; laio.uaige, bmar only at rajurious actions,
there wc.ulLd be vtr3) liul.: quarrelling in the woxld-.
Attiir.., r.'.thmirg a so elcI:.uerI a4' si[leinc ,
B J II, t I|"-.l r n ,' i fl i,, l o f'r ro A ',
Bur iir': el. ni> ilurl, ,ii Ihe'f'a-srem ihbf deiid -"d '-.
A idiJ in. i ii y ii jglt mvii lie iic i ulro w ."'
I A'". i9th.- -WIen we look ov.r the worldand see
S.h-w inu6li lihs been drnf--splehdid dille' built,
a end powcril riavies-rand in short, all'theprodec.
r lie o'f I .or and skil, aind at the same time sea
hovw '%w and .'able arc those engaged in the work,
if is difficult to conrcivec whco and how so iMuch
hMs been accomplilied.
Satire and flattery are instrumcrts alike fatal-
tlie Ibricr tor.tures us to death-and the latter
t.: lies l jl d-ath
Hoew line To see all the changes that in -al\
time hare been gradiilly wrougfit upon matter
Conipresced into the space ora tfe mometri. t "
atarrtcr -a
On the -24th of larch, by the Rev. Peter IVo'Me"
Pastor ofthe Linitcd Brethren Church of Pailadel.
plhij, Capt. Ale xander.C. Easton, tormerJy-of-.,Bs--
t:in tlo M.-s Lu.:' Ann Ila rnc, of Bucksa county,
adopted JaiRtglter of Corrnelius Carrol. "
On Thursday niorniiig, fth inst. by the Rev. 3.
MIediart, Mr.- Franklihn, Ashby, to Miss Arigefino
II. Conde, all of this city. '
On Thursday, lby tIIe Rev Thos G. Allen, Mr.'
Thlc.mas Cane, t,. IMrs. Ahn Jones. -
In Fairhiaen, Vcrninl, on the 5Sb inst, by the
Plqv. Mr Diury, Mr. (l;u.Gutais'ii W. Southworth, of
Dorset, to Mils Caroline .Alden, of the former

On SaturdJay aifltrno.mn, *2,th inst. Mrs. Jan.
Holbrook, wirel of Capt Benjamin Holbrook. 2-'.
On S-turdar.y morning, 3tith inst "in the 65th
3ear of lichr age, alter a ahort illness, Mrs Marjk-
r.=t II. Duane.
Suddo.inly', :,on Thur;day, 26tlh ineJ. James Wil-
sonl, in thle'Q'th year o.fl.iigs a e.
On Monday, 23d inft'at his" residence infe s.
bury t.;-wniEhp. Cheste.r co., 'f'ler a'protra'iedttlI-
nress, Thomas Burnett. in the 69th'year of his'age.
-On Tu,.,d la moi nmng, 24 inst. in the-.66th year
c'.t hr agk, at ihcr rEsidenee iin Bucks coiinty, Pa.
Mrs. E. Campbell, wife of Mr Johnl D. 7kamrbell,
ate of this c;ty.

AMAY :, 1836.
(Reported by the Board of Brokers)
Par Yf.;
l I shares Li States Bk, l-4" 10,0
Ir" do do do 15th'June f24j
14 do F~1Arrs sri Mleh'p bk 66, 50.
2' do KIrririgtroii bauli. 70
150 do Girard 1'k, opng flat 58i
2 do do 58
6 do Wci'tern bk 53 ~
5 do Lr:.u:svle bk, 100
Imrl do' lI ntucklt, Bk l9thlJ unrd 9" 70
50 do Planters bk, Tenn. dividend """
fm 7th May 106- 106
1011 do i'ckEburg bank, opng 6 1.' t
1) do do 2 6 i
2111 do Del and Hudson, 60'ds So 100, 100
16 do Nest Castle and French Tuon35g .,25

Ship Liberty. M'Dowell, Canton soon
Ship Osace, Bardin, CantQnlo.n
Ship Edward, Cheney, Calcutta, l .64ine
Ship Woodliury, Tate, New Orleans,16iif
Brig Pilot- Mlltin, KfnisfrnJan. soon
B[ig Mont omery, Little. Li iyj'ri qoon"'"
a .w,. i* i p, l i t.'. .si' .-. ,I :-.e
the'abdve-list must belelfat tie.h-rejign JeljItOf
Ice up lair PhTsladelphiaielisusga and not (h op-
mpcd in the Po-t Offie: blow.'.

-.L MANA', JS. R. S. S. flir r
This DIa.- ) ri. m. | h.. 11i. fflig ater
'- | 4 11 I.7 19 fl 3 .
J9onrt or Jlila-IFib ..I l..
MAY 30) 1936.
Brig Parop a r,s fCarpenter, d Laiyras
with coffee, indigo. &e. to-C and Fflting.. Ldft-.-
61it Maa, brig Olive, Bray from Philad.-arrivef2d;
zchr Emperor. Stidley, fior Philad 21h-Ma.y.-..rr
Bi ig Ella, MNatthcss, 5-de rin Boaton, withy'rdse
to Grant and Stone m "! '" -
Schr Golloridaj Sears, fin New Bedfdrd,;4.it fit
to Coffn and Landcll. I '-
Sehr Native, Eldridge, 5 ds fi New -York; 4ith
nmde to Riley and Van Amringe; "i'. ;
Schr Newv" Jersey, WIest, : de on New Ybork,
with mds.- to Riy and Van Amring.. -i. 1.1
Sthr 'atn.:-rlo, Bri'2,, -1 d. fn New ,Ytqrhk; .ith
mdet to Jas Hand. .'
Sloop S L Soutlhard,'Crawford, 3 ds Im B'alti&e
via canal. to J.S. Hand.
Sloop Nortil-rn Libertles, Robinson;W21ds hiWN
York, with mdie to Riley aud Van Amrinigi.'
Sloop Rachel and Sally, Boune '2 dsa ftr-'NYirk
with ndse to A B Cooley. r
'Slobp.'Wm Penn. Pettil, 2 ds fm Baltiniort with
mAdse toJos Hand.
Steam low brat Pennsylvania, Scrlellinger, 'fm
tlhe Capes. Lolt the Buoy on the Middle on Sat-.
urday 'morning at'8 A 151; nothing in sight bound
up. Thde dessele bound out got inder weigh,,and
prrcc-eded d.w-wind Inim N and, Eastwirt4, Spoke,
brig British Queen, and the inltormiedG'apf51t. .ha
they had spoke the brief.-George aGtl.dh u, on
Thursday, to-the S of Cape RenlopeALn-*eaad Bi
being cErv thick, supposed she did no findgS*1.
Capa, Spoke above New Castle, brig Efltimirpm
Boston. Yesterday morning, the Pfoq a ziia:
took down the bhip Contsututidn, Wilsotn bpun&4o
Charleston. -
Ship Consitiution, Wilson, Charleplon, H.and A
Cope; Br barque Dependant,-Simpsdii, iWrirtakehi,
S Baldwin; brig Swan, Alkins, Bostor, Gtdntiahdl
S.:.ne; scarsl Harrirbnr'g, Canno6, B1ltimoir.f,6f
Hand! J. ra'lmer, Davidson, Boston, Grantanit.-
StlonO. '.- '
.Schr Exile, Polly, Cm the Delawnre:-.'r.;.i f':ia)
Schr W 1) D Waples, Palmr-r, 5 da fiNeNOW orilt
Senr J White, Ravmore, 5 da fm-New-York'-"'
Selirs Stephen Olney, Parker, Portland; Joy,Joy
Boston: Annabella, Notli, \Wasing,tq a;JJK Malls,
Siaples, Taunton, .Ma.
SIlip Su-sqirehanna, Brown, sailed6I" Pro,
30th ult lor Philad in co witlli k he "I -pleowu N'-
York, and was parted with on the 1satoinsf i Tum.
kar. .. 'I ; ,,.:
Ship C('ildonia, Druinmond, cleared at-t4ondon,
27th ult lfor Philad. : "".. '- s --
Slhip Falo, Tubbi, li:ncoe at CuiJhartenh,42t
Ship Alexander, Leods.,satledIj Lid,>'rpbT3?th-
ult ror Bdllimnor. "' e. L v- .. -
Ship Georgian, Eldr'id7e, Ihasiid,.t'br er.
go crrgaged, 'was t lo depart 'rorn Nm t
in6rt lor Philad.' '
Ship Cheter, Watiod, having 'Ihr lISb
her cargo engaged was to sail .fitP e_'W.
20ih inst for Philed ".- .Ii 5 i
Brig Wm Henry,' Mor'rcl, .-ia ertts l
leare New Orlcans, 1 Ith inst for Phila. '
Brie Siroc, Valpey, sailcd-nm Easj;,oi5'~ThSnit
for Plilad. _.
Brig Sylph, Eldridge cleared a.'TalSq.jrI Y
nceday fborPhllad. '' Sa'' )*
Btig Duan, sahle .tm oDost p-uitfi'Wf rif s
got to seir. ,a A- I
A brig fin 'Philad. a edit EWW a.'HMV
aince. / .- ** -" a'

nmaday, for Pfd. ***.'




I -"-,. .t" ') ,.; 't "',
m isp al same' diay y Areibo to Aisi load.
Zrdp'J.'hara'.aldvell; Hand, sailed from Alex
anaii,'-6tf iArt. frot Phil.d '
tAAlargi'&-u f riged-brig went ashore on Rocka.
w Sho1ds on'Friddy aiternoun hen last Been
alfe'ha.: a' tigal 6frdistresgflyingr.
-Thie larcl Rimbldi, Jae Colby., master, bound I'm
'lhoairntono-,;Mfaine, to Georgetown.- DC. loaded
wItBitqd4-'wShb sailed fm Thom:i,.lon 19th in't and
at.LAsPMA. Lhe-23d inst soutll east fn Nantucket S.
Shoals-rabout 35 railesi in a'thuck fog so that ob.
jectsioemld not-be discovered,' until almost in con-
taist;tc'e Br barque Elvin,iat New York, fm'rnaordJ.
dqq,.atpuckithe;Rambler midahnips and stovi in her
waiBje,.ag carijed .away spars, sails, &e and no
doqbtsvery soretly;.ven to-the bottom.
.i1 .he Ladies Penace Society.ofPhiladelphia
wil tJ ,.jl4,lair ist, anniivcrsary on Tuesday
evnr.ing,neox,1a; Ialflpast 7 o'clock, in the Pres-
byteria,C'hurcl,,in LArck tbove 10thI at. Ad-
dresyp,w.ille,hBe.oyeredhy, Dr. Sleigh, the-Rev,
Mr. .sj by)rAr pId Mr. Jloseph R. Chandler.
a.vL 28
P .Y .. ,.. I .
Denocraric'AssatiatioA''of (He N. Liiherties.
"A "si'madnedling of t'he Demucranc A..;.n.cea.
tih: of'tr'iNobiher'n Liberties, will be Ihell on
19e'dnei'a 'evening' next, Juihie lit, at h ilf p.is
6, sdeNri' 1"WlP'd at Vah BuriOn H-ad Qual Lei ;;
Third streett,' ; posiie Comlnaisioners IllA.
B. E: Carpenter,
'Le'wis Sell,
'may 28 Secrctaii-s.
Democratic Goonty Delegarion-,
An :djoonrned 'nfeeting of' the Democratic
Delegates'obfrt'e county of PhlIadelphiia, ap-
pointLPt'o revise tih'e recent delegate sy.tenm.
whil'b'e hleld at the Comrhissioniers' Hall, N. L.;
xllt Molonday oo, 30tnat. 3 o'clock.
Stol L EM.LIEL PAY. T.rR, President.
o'Io"'F"-'Rk; Join Miller,' Secretaries.
Mt" ay 28"' '-
o.fCo nrmpfCom Pon Pleas for the Coanty
S- : of Philadelphia.
Ihertatftet' of the account of William Wallace
;t n '.Cook, assigrneee'f George H. Bail.
S F-OTIGDC-Tfr6. Auditors appointed by the
.In u'tr I'd dudit, settle, and adjust the'said
audnulahtl inf to report distribution of tho funds
Itithe h'.bd1hdof the Assignee according to law,
.pill he4W*tfru.tlie pilrpokes of their appointment,
'on I 3fi, Jilh fe' Id2(th, 1'836, at 4' b'clock,:P. iM.
-at1.FiaQd' Tkiverf, Geoige street above Sixth,
\r-h Ihndlwhere all er,o,,ns interested are noti.
redrid attlen. ma" ry30 J'3 67 9 10
B i'kREL, of'New York %hie v herInt
RlFrIour---jut received'and for sale at thee
ernaperanee -Teatand Grucery Store, south west
4orserDack; ardSecond street.
may30 JAMES R. WEBB.
*,, ;,J ~ 1)o- LOANED
S ..LFWN.aving mo tneytn Loan on
S ,VA ppd',ind ,Mortlgage of Real Estate, in the
.ty aQd..Qt My.f" .-Phiadelphi, or elsewhere,
cap/juave.iit:,scuredon, the most desirable prop-
Lety, -, Apply--to--JD. PALMER &.,Co.
.01iar 430.. .. *.,.. No. 9 CIherry St.
'. ale .Sa; variety of handsome
dwelling ihoauss iniahe Northern Liberties
d ipring-Gardienan alue:from i$1500 to 8000.
nUntmen %aisbhitao ,purchase, will please ap-
-ly.to. .. 2 irT.AMUEL 1M. LYNN,
2 ya .2 *. -. No.76 Vine street.
.r~ SaleJ aihrse.tory brick, house
"t a b-ciGiding; situate on the south
ilf'Airceh uisett below.Second street. The
-0ly dtnfeats Apply.to -
-Y .Y S.thMU--EfL tiLYNN,-
,mBy28-46t --. .:a No..76 Vine street.

'%\ ^ZxE mftT-aY,. .- -,
07or, br.girfs,.fpr cutting,or carving.
co'eaKs, fo aiih liberal wagc e.ill be
e., ,r t as,- wiilo. learn lit, wquld he ac-
an' so t,,n,'q .mall dettuction c.f the
ji"yen Ap. at -No. 432 rr S65 tnormt
p ad 6,.... .. w s

, y E rmnAyeifniF-a ealeos is a discovery of
- i.Jlc..e iglrli:.*-Miobaix, of Lembourg, for-
atioly.Prnofe;Sor.of-Anaton.y- at Liege, in Plan-
rtl.'alnti-qbBlieved'tb-be one of the be.st arti-
idle -var4nsoosterecdtfdr-reaoving Frecklei ard
Sttshrffeffotnfoftt ao i s4nr-a- obstimnie erup-
^'ti1OtiietVBeT.Ao''w 1i It is an invalnable reme-
Sdy.for Tetteu, PFotale by, .
4- ,., 1 i J.AS.iGL.BNN, Union Buildings, ,
.A a thSthrstatia.few.do.rs above Chesn.ut.
laffirice-37-.cenet;r. .-. '. may .28

S,.'>, -R4RnelAS: FOR. S.'LE.
ibl.lt-'A l 'of 'the 4iost -desirable Farms in
(ta aBpsylVaniaantd'na~~number in the imme-
disatipaightb'irho6td=fi rft1hiladelphia for sale;
oklBeIte ithiange fbr goods and city property.
Als-*Bvle ata'deSi'abltdttitets of land for sale or
etAispgc-frin' gatdu-Saaaer.. td- jewe-lery,
horses, aitrrges eteo r '- "* -
-.di, ia"Antbder dof'tiouase .ih: the-,city 'n'od
libtitoainlitld'-Is.on sat 9easti bargain, others
fOreuuidehag'e-'" A,.smallo.nehor'e-power Engine
fhr4itieta oAp$3y5 t''ai.-it -
...D. PALMER & CO.
I l9t. e,-' :. -:1- t.c .Ifo -P Cherry street.
n.. a;>'Ma!-filXA flSSIyRDEN'S
U HOLE' ALEaind.Retail Haidaire Store,
No'o5i' Markelk'steef.-thlird 'dobr be-
Ie -I nUMiltstrettros'i. ide, Philt.delphia.
A iKeneral assortment of-flardwlare, Cutlery
s4td A lry!G'obis, ssitaBlle-fdr Carpenteri, Ca.
at-etlrfe,&sa'niaHiudMe' eteerA. -
N.M. Country Mercblstsinippli'b.

Sy pjr.1pp, $tif&w ranic8toke,

,l... ,. WEBB.

,1 EVENtI'G 1 _S miii e?-L--Early
S pJuly, the Post, whit.Ib- fsi a ng sustained a
- large portion of-p.opular tsavor, wil be increased
to hirt-tw-io cn!umns, otf enlarged dimensions.
It wdl retain all its present advantages ol
choice engraving-s. original tales, reviews, poe-
try, &tc. with the additiorf ol the best talents-
f' or which no expenses iJI be spared.
The terms will be as heretofore 42-a year
vben- paid in advance--.2 50 at the expira-
lion olsix months, and 03 if nut paid during
the year.
In July will be commenced the publiraion of
a weelily periodical 1or the Pariour, eeitailed the
each number ontasining 'usTTEN large quatto
pagearhandsF-irrei} printed, on good double me-
dium paper, with good type-making between
P00 and 900 large pages, ol choice selected
reading, in a year. Each number will embell-
ished with several good engravinpg, arid eatery
month a handsome colored Map will be append-
The most prominent and popular feature in
lifs periodical .is withheld till near the time it
is to commence.. We shall permit .the nume-
rous periodicals proposed Lo contence about
the first ot July to take their, ground, before we
make our chief peculiarity known, as we do nut
choose to be anticipated by competitors.
A large portion of the Atlas and-- will
be made up of the same articles ans are contain-
ed in the Saturday Evening Post, put up into
a convenient form lor binding.
In this season of enterprise among publisher,
we do not intend to remain behind our contem-
poraries. We can obtain as much talent and
labour.as other., and will not stint the means to
maintain and acquire pre-eminence.
Terms of the Atlas and Three Dol-
lars per annumn in advance. Agents and Clubs
at a distance, remiltitting $5, free of postage
or charges, entitled to two copies, or 5 copies
bfor $10. SAM'L C. ATKINSON.
my 27-3t Publisher.
A T this' season of the yedr, and during the
summer months, the Cream of Almonls
it ill'be found, by tihoae wtn use it, to conoiulite
most essentially to heir comfort. It is exireme-
It enol:ng', remnaring outward caisesaof ;rniat.ion-
from thie skin, and preventirng bad effects fiomr
exposure to the air and heat while travelling, or
taking exercise by waIking or riding. It re-
moaes fileckle', p;mples, r.dne-:s, -tan, ;t.-.'and
produces a cleat aid brilliaht complexion. It
Illtais all smar-tinigs and nrrital'ion prodJiceil bh)
the r-izor ien Elt.Ling, and gpitlenmen awho
make tri'l of it, well discover that much comfort
may be attained b) thie use, of it.
may 1 ,304 Chen.iut street.
A LOT of sery choice Posachnng Tea, just
". received from the recent sale at New
York, part of the ciaro of the ship Paunma.-
This Tea is e-peciill'y nwotliy the attent.on of
connoiteurs, being pcilraps Ihe best Black rTe ,
ever imeTporti.l in thins country, an.I is considered
by competent judges superior to thieeelebraited
Horsehead chop. For sale at the Temperance
Tea and Fam-'ily Grocery Store, south ieat cor- 3
ncr Dock and Second stireeis.
may 19 JAMES R. WEBB. c

o take place on the 50th day of the present
monih, at the Buah bill Hotel ofCularles
Pominmer. the prices to be decided are, 1st an
iror, cliest oinamented wllh Bra-ss, lately exhib-
ited at the Franklin histilute, Masonic Hall,,
Cliesnut st. Tie subscriber has been offered
for it 125 dollars. 2d a silver wt ich with a gilt
chain. Both articles may be examined at No.
70 Vine street. Washington Guard Hotel, by L.
Koterit,-and where tickets may be bad.
1. The target firing will comneence at 9 o'clk
inie.emtorni.n.g_ ...._ ...... .....
2. Each marksman will fire at his own target
furnished by'the subscriber. It will bear lii;
urname and number.
3. The 'dstaince from the target will be 100
yard;; oflianhled 60.
4. Of all ahots will be kept iiniluti.. _.
--6'. Any iw'neri of a ticket nout choosing to
shoot at the target, himself, nmay appoint another
person to shoot in lii; place.'
6.'No person having shot for another has a
right lt shoot for a second..
7. Each person being the owner-of a ticket,
must have shot for himself before he can be en-
titled to shoot in the place:of another.' .
8, No mnarksmian shalAll be allowed to take more
tlnan 2 tickets.
9. Each ticket is entitled to 3 shot.
10-. The teo best shots o.one ticket will cair-
iy the Iron Chest, the next best ofanotther one
the silver waich.
11. No mov-e thnn 90 tickets shall be given.
12. The price of cach ticket shall be $1 .50 tu
be paid when the ticket is delivered.
Fl'Eachli mrksman firing at the.target is at
full liberty to makc choice of his own gun.
y 16-dlf No L S.trawbeiy' street.

"LUST received a fresh supply of Princeton
Crackers. Also.
Boston Biseqit, Bran Biscuit,
Boston Cold Water do Sugar and Butter (do.
Sodis 'iscuit,' Orthodox Crackers,
Wine do. &c. &.c.
Forsal- at thie l'emperance Tea and Grocery
Store,-south west corner Dock and Second atse.
mnay 23 JAMES R. WEBB.
"W'r E .haye .jient added to our former stock
V ol of Watches, a choice assori ment of fine
,Gold Levers, Anchor Escapement, Independ-
'ent Seconds,-a new and superior article, Skele-
ton Levers, I'Epine do. with edntre seconds,
duplex,'&c. with from two 'to thirteen jewels,
extra dials, ,hands and glasses, made -by the
'most approved makers, and will be warranted to
peilbrm eorrdeUtl... -
S.Alao, all the different patten Fob and Guard-
'Chains, Sealsi-Keys, &e. .
SOirrsssortnient of fine Jewellery will be found
to consist of all the latest patterns of Ear-rings,
!with Pins to match; Breist Pias; Finger Rings;
irer-oniansi Medalions, etc.; gold, siLver, gill,
ennamel,. perl, .steel and jet I a;st Buctlles;
gold, silver ard.gilt Combsi farre "Firns; Culogne
Corner Chesuut and Fl-ifth streets.
Clocks aud Watches repaired and warranted,
at the. shortest- notice. All kinds of Jewellery
and Silver Ware repaired. may 18
A LL thle.nui.._valuable Medicines treated in,
' the diseases of. Horses 9nd Horned Cattle
may be nhad at the. Penn 'Towuvnhip Drug Store,
No. 2Tlidge'Ri. d.,
-.'Amoing others, the following are the mbst
c.dtns.'puou e in t heir effectn. -'
S. A'i'mkddy for recentorn lohg Btanding wounds.

'A-MAK tSAN't BtiOP LSTERS A remedy for grease and cracked heels.
.v-,afllbb ie.tai e kers& andti A remedy'for old sprahlis in the loins, habick
Drawing !ook, and repository.of. and ainews.
iftal-desigs;"'Jot,' household turmn- "A remedy fur worms in colts.
riorlnepos ia* iB i thetrimotapprov- A remedy-for Blue Milk in Cows.
-ateste,t a,,iiBgspii6menul.the Cordial ball or Lefd powder.
b."titG W'AIrabeqjue, Prench; Tonic Balls.
v otima.fthei.Art1, beauti- Barban's Horse Powders.
fl'f lbki1j.atdiH accompanied Ileyl's Erebrocation. MNORRIS HAYS.
A'Atid4*dlBt instruetibns for the N.B.'Country Store-keepers supplied with
- ot the sa ."including plas,.pro:- "Dngs oan the most reasonable terms.
tes t 1 e;cliA g.hBe ontdngs en-, may 12
isisti _. oVi.O n. ENGLISH POTATOES.
tn'plee&int devw e r ,': 'L FMPELIS ,of fine Lancashire pink
,!A7ge ednt.aid- ir,.JF' eye -Potatoes, for s-ale at the Temper-
Y'- pnc- Groedery Store, suuih west corner Dock
I. A-.-' sud Second-streets-
ljide,,. a-. ,- .. JAM.S .. WEBB.

-I' V

N( 34 Sooth Front street,
Cayenrne Pepper and Brindy.
On Tuesday mornitog,
At JO. o'clock, at -the auction store, 10 I-ris
Cayenne pepper. Also. 10 do. peach briadi).
-Superior Old Wiune.
-On Tuesrtay morning,
At II o'clock, in the long room over .'4 soul
F,ic.n stre.st, uill be o.hli, II.e flalo\u a i : i I .Ce
r.c.r old a-oes, impr.rted by M'-r.Ins M ir.n C (o.
now under Custom house lock and entitled to
Harria & Son's superior old Purt nine, in-
pipea, hlds. ard qr. c.,-ks; Lo:ndon do in pipes,
hhbds and qr caski; I ,sbon do in do do; Sheir)-y.
pale and guld, iu half pipes ard qr. caiks; Sai
Lncar waine in half pipes, qr. casksand indian
Catalogues will le ready and the vines open
for exasiinnation the day prevmo.'s to their ste.
On Tuesday morning,
At 11 o'clock, at the auction torea, -ill be
sold, 500 baikes Champagne Wine, oflthe ful-
loi'nn, superior brand:
100 baskets chiarnp.gnr, Anchor Biand
100 do Sellery Mousu,-ix CliAnpagne, Gi-
ratle bland, in q-irt buoites.
30 do do do inr pint .doi
100 do do do in quart do of PS.Lausm t's
5,) do Asis Ducha-tel br-,nd
.50 do Gill Fritch brand
25 do J.C. do .-.
50 do St Sirnoi band '
45 co Jacquenmurt, Jouron & Coi
On Tue'-,) morning',
At 11 o'clock, at tie :,uctlion tore.
A fcner.al asujrLmoil of Grocelies, consisting
of 23 hlids S H mais'les; 1ett do P R Su.tar; RU
bags Itio coffee; 50 clients youngg lnson lea; 75
half'do dI; 50 chests.pouci(ong do; 100 bh:kets
sweet oil; 5u boxes caimle soapn .5i do sperm
candles, *22 kegs pearl barley; J3) kegs London
iriusard; 500 Ji.rs do do; 50,0)u0 Spaninsh sears.
Al-o, .A00 boxes buich, muis':el, bluoni and
cluster raisins.
Extensive s-ale of Drugs, &c.
Post p.ronicd.
On Wednesday morning, June 1st,
At Ins:,f past 9-o'clock piecisely, at No 217
Market street, by order of assignees, a large
and ahiiable assortment of drug, che'micdnis,
Psxturcs,&.c cunripi inrg ithe a hole ttock in t-rade
f thlle Iate firni of 'W. & L. .Krumbnhair. Ihe
goods may be examined two days previous to
thlie sale. Tcrtns liberal. -
Cargo of the Ship Liberty.
Oh Friday morning,
At 10 o'clock, at the :.uerion -tore, 34 south
Froiit street, a poiiion of the cargo of the slutp
Liberia, Captain McDowell, just arrived from
-'antoi, compiising a handsome a-sortmient of
extra fin,- young h\son teas, in a hole and Ihalf
chests; do do gunpowder do in dou; and do, and
13 lalf boxes do do; imperial do in do do dou
n son ansd I. son skin in clients and halfclheats;
puuchong and souctlong in Io do. These tea.s
are ill grod. They have been selected ailli
gieat cire, explessly for this market, by a must
Competent judge, and are considered the finest
teas that have been imported this season. Ca-
Ialoguos will be ready and tIe teas open fur ex-
amination easily on the morning of sale.

Itl TiON, An Invaluable remedy for inflam-
mrtions, burns, scalds, piles, wounds, ulcers,poi-
sons, sore nipples, &c. &c.
This remedy exceeds any thing offered to the
public forr thecure of the above diseases.I--Nu"-
merous certificates h.e been received and may
be seen on saplicatioi(o the agent .'-Price One
Dollar pder bottle.
A fresh supply .ds received'and for sale by
J;. .-J.E, .WA( a. 5E & CO.
Sole Agents for the proprietor, No 16 North
5th st.
It may be lied at- No145 A,rch street below
Second. may 11-if
Sar.th-Si-tat ree, opposite frl-dependenice
Tlie Subscriber informs "his friends and the
public generally, that he still continues to ma-.
nufacture Bouts of all descriptions of the first
quality, and- as respects -orkmanship andl
materials, may be equalled, but nut excelled
by any in the United States. The moderate
prices .ind excellency of his goods are too
well known to his numerous and respectable
connexions, to require comment. Arrange.
ments. are made bj the snbscrnbir, that this
'riends may depend upon a piuinctu.il atrentilon
to their I'avois. W. H. ELSEGOOD,
mayfl Proprieior.
No. 159 Chesnnit Stree/.
Capital, $300,000.
Benj. W. Richards, Robert T6oland,
Timothy Abbott, Peter Hertzog.r
Coleman Fisher, John J. Smith. jr.
David \Williamson, Frednrick Brotn,
Adarn Waldie, Britain Cooper,
William Folwell, Thomas Ridway,
Armon Davis, Joseph Burden,
PHILADELPHIA, will receive Special and
Weekly Deposites, in trust, in small or large
surrs, on which interest \>jI; be allowed.
The Company will relieve funds in Trust,
and pay them aS directed bi the Depositors, and
also e'eeute General and Special Trusts.
Certificates of Deposite, bearing interest,
will be issued when required.
Depo~i.es-to.be withdrawn.at.pleasure, .will
bT(-roegved:. "" ", .,.;_. "
/Theti; 'mak. asui ndep[-lives, .at- th''i-c4y eat
rttes,,.afid grant"Ann'iiag nd Edowments." ,
.)?p ittrao' atptg, i" answered -a it .their
0%f6e, after 9 o'cloclr, inm tle morning., .
.. B.. W. RICHARDS,; Pvpsident.
( ( EO. _W.ASH-, Treaqurer,
Snagyl--dtf t
TOrsi"f. ow. .InBeLns,
No. 266 South Sixth street, Mo1,yameneing.
Office, No; 13 State House.
EFEDS, Bonds, Mortgagee, and ether
Writings, legally and carefully drawn, on
moderate terms.
Also, Insolvent's Bonds and Pelitionsa-ecu.
rztely prepared and attended to until final dis-
,chargo by the Court.
Office open fiom 8 A. M. to 6 P. IM.
feh l,5-d
In the Court of Cpmmon Pleas for the Cilt
and County of Philadelphia.
In the matter oftlhe account of William Mc Mac-
ken and Samuel McGratIh, Assignees of John
OTICE-The Auditors appointed by lthi.
Court to audit, settle and adjust the said
account, and to report distribution of the funds
in the hands of the Assignees according in law,
will ,meet for the purposes of their appointment,
on the 7th of June, 18.36, at 4 o'clock, P. AM. at
Evans', I avern, George street, when and ali 're
all persons interest. are notified to attend, if
they think proper. .
may 24 25 27 30 3 1 3 6
"W Il LLIAM FURNEY respectfully informs
Y his friends and the Ladi s ii gener.'l.
that he hasccommec6ed the business of Ladies'
Boot and- Shoe Making, at No. 50 South
Eleventh street, Ptiliadelphia, where allorders
will be promptly attended to.-mayll

C T i 0 N store, .
No. 207 North Third street, bttveena Vine an
(iatlowhill streets. '

Furrniture ale.
fn Tuesday afternoon, at 3 r.'clock,
Ar No. 31l4 Callowhill street. I de.rr abo'r
h Gir'ehi. a Luar,til of ho.iu- coldd flirrtin1i-c, &c
.n..-t.ng of bureau', tables, ch- 'rm Led-rea.-i
I. uhdit, oirk Eitar,.-, ructing cliatL cl.,_cl tie
. iti lne p;tc-. aLt ps, l'...kin i,..-s, 'nd
r-.r-n, lshocis and tong'. pots. ktn.i:, &c. wvit
a r.,Lio'y of kin:hen turrntniue.
Pian,, Violinp &r .
Al0o, I goud pianofoqte;. .. .
Also, sencrali goc. violin_, lined, i,& .
Show (Case.-
Alan, 2 jewellers sloe cuasns.
Alo, 1 Jdo blimw ppe, will. 2 jet3.
1lie a hole to oe sold, uiriiiout rcern e,-b%
order ofa person removing.
A Farmin i Pa-syurdi Toi.nihip.
A valualile traet of grouinil. itiltate n P I-' y-
unk tonr,'.lii,. CIuJItalrnin Ii ;crez aid lhiee
quarters, siiiute or, tie a t -.leP of Luni L-ne.
Tii,: is i eti d ieir.ible I.lt of ground, as there
itn claE.f i.t he flt qin.rillty f'o biic.k making, alI
a inflicienti quantity l'fr ii O brik birds.
This propi-ty ,nl\ be iniercected hv Pi; m
ircet ..,-t Ini 4'est, and north and sou'li bv
Ailuin -ire,:t, Schu. kill Fruont, ccornd rind
Tind -ilctels. Terms veiyj acconrrmuiJdaLting,
B% older of tile I'e- of. pefeln n dc.?ean.l.
ior pi tilc,.iiis-enquiinc ut the A i etioneer.


'i t / :Tim. i- i i ,.f -. i. i .
't k, -7.; -- F R tktlU

T HE undesi igieil h'g;: leave to return thanks
to the pubtjlr for pistl Ifvnrs, and solici's a
cj ntin, uane of tie sm.r,- ar..d arinnince to tlheTm
thlit lis-Swimi..ng Esiiabl,.hmcrt ias-gain open,
and ;ill continue open dur.;no the sn'mmer sea-
i l. If is sCe.rclIY rn.- t a-al v to reniind p,rei-ts
,.: the tiecesa il of li.,niiig their children t ii.t
to sainm. In this estliislimcn l they need be
tinler h.0 appirehen .)n as o tihe -r. aftr, the
Water never bing' r, deep as rnecessiill.i .
cause the 1cas.t appreliension olf dalnrer. Tihe
.terms ar so mideraa that no reasonable ob ..c-
lion cw'. be In in t in ih-t ra'
Tenms--, fIr a nseaaon ickr'ct, from tlie I;t
of un'-se tiu e 1 -I t' 0.:''t. i ,'l,;ih will enviile
thie ro'ldr to the u-;. of the I.ith once a div,
..nd the nreessarv instrucltioia in tine art f Si im-
nmiig. No deduction v ill be mrde fir enterinie
alier t'le season has b-:gun. Single lickets 1 2-
cent, inadmltling the bearer once.
ma'y 2 J JOHN K. MURPHY.
To the .Alaynr an]d ,ilermrtr of the citu, the
.Aldernen ;,and Junticcs ot tniet county, aoiJ all
others hat ing power to commit.
I T a teentin of he Board of Inspectors of
tithe Plniladelihia C-iunt Prison, held on the
llth inst. it was ordered tlha public notice be
given to the Mayor and Aldermen Al the (ti'v,
the Aldermen and Justices of the Peace of thie
count), and all other persons having power to
commit, that the said Prison is now ready to re-
ceive, all that class of prisoners who liave here-
tofore been sent to the Arch Street Prison: and
that on and alter the tst day of June nett, all
commitments must be directed to tine Keeeper QJ
thb '-PhlaaeohTia Chounty Priscon,' in Mc-)amen-
sin. n -' f ...! I
(Q<-The entrance to the untried prisoni.eri
wing is at the a.,uth gate.
BY order of the B,-ard. ..
SV J. CRANS, Clirk.
mnylfdtj :;'.... :- "
The daily papers are requested to copy the
M H. L. BROLtSKCY & Co. Mlercliant Tailors.,
No. 43 south Eghth street, 5 doors below Ches-
nut, east side, respectfully inlbrmn their friends,
the public and strangers generally, that they
have comatantlyv on lIand a large and chcs,,e as-
eortment of superfine West of England and
French Clothis,consistingofthe most lishionabli
colours worn in London and Porit, tog'-etlher
with a greater variety ol spring and slimmer
patterns lbr pantalonris, than can be tuund in
any one? establisliment in this city.
AlIEO a great variety ol Vesting.
They politely reiaest the- g-ntle:men to Qive-
them a call, as they are assured that if t nil l ave
them at least 30 ner cent. Thie following i.s a
list of the reduced prices at which the above
goods, when made up, will be sold:
Superline black Frock and
Dres-s C.ats, from $ 11t 00 to $10 (1
Superline blue, bruIn, olite
and green, 13 00 to 0 00
Do claret, dahlia; myr-
tie, &i. .15 00( to 19 00'
Do London smok'd invis- -
ible ,rccn, .1400to 19 50
A variety oftanec colors, 138-00 to t20 00
A vaitetyi ol eunnmer and,-.' I..
olher tttfl', for pants, 3 00 to 7 00
Super bilk Satint Vests, dou- :
hie backed 2 S0 to -4 00
Do silk inrnnoM, arseilles, -
Ac. do. 00 to 75
As low asthose prices appear tobie,we pledge
ourselves tio sell thenm accordingly, and we lute-
wise warrant them tiJ he the best materials, and
for fit and worklimanship not to be excelled by
any other in the city.
may 11 No. 43 soutin Enghth street.
.H rTailnr. respectfully inform; lins friends
and th public, that he-'has remote l from Ins
old stand No. 53, to No. 21 siuth Seventh it
threesdours above Ciesanut ntlree, east s;iJe;
whee hlie has on Inand end will constantly keep,
an elegant nasortment of blue, black and fanc3
,olnred Glutias and Casei.n'meres.
Also, a handsome assortment of Silk 'elvets,
Valecncia, fancy anil lamin English Silk Vesting;
all of whichli will be rniaie up at the sh.orlc'lt no-
tice, in thdie most fashliunable -t) le anJd at mo-
.lerate prices.
P. S. On inhanIl, a hian.Jisomne reasortmnent of
Stock., Sh;irts, Collera, 1osoms, Cr.:v'ats, Siti-
penders. 4-c. may 17-d.ly
No. 21 North Telftb alnote Ruce, cbtt

This article contrary to that usually offered to
tihe public, instead of dealruoing the leather,
givessuperior brillancy and adds strength to the
arlitle, to which it is applied.
For sale also, by the Proprielor's general
agent, at the Drug Store of AMr. Is iurc Thuomp-
sun, north west corner of Second and Market
streets. mar 12
T HE Stocklholders of the Philadelphia Loan
Corfnpany are hereby notified that an inital-
ment of $5 on eaqh share of stock is required
to be paid on the It day of June, and a farther
in.talPricut of $5 on the 10th day of June next,
between the hours of 9 anti 3 o'clock, at the of-
fice of this Company. 1'.T M. MOORE, Cashier.

ral sL'bj:cts-s ketchi:- of history and biography;
-contrtt inn tro In sonme of the bes i?. us Iters ot
PhidaIdIphia-nuticeez of IuIfpro,ein-Ilt- ID l the
mechanic arts, agriculture andil rural e.onc-rny-
articles on inusic, the i dramn, and other nmus-e-
tIoen t-riq-Vari ales; amliiing noi:dents,. A, rand
a carefully prepared sync.psi, ol ithe current
nes olt the day, both foreen and domestic.
The publi-lihr- cfthe Chroniiclie having ac-
quired considerable experience in the new -pa-
pr-r biusines-i, fiom a -connection ofsetdral years
statidin with onel of tlie msiat popular ner:iapa-
pers in tihe country. mii.l eatii-fiied that Ithey will
tbe enabled to si-ues .a heet n all respect dse:rv
sng Of libe-ral paironai:e. They have already
secured Ior its column-, the aid of several lite-
rary earitler-imen of thiz city, and hale engaged
attentive correspondents to turni-li tlie liiust
intel gence from Harribuig and Washington,
during the season of 'tihe state LegiElature and
C ngr ..' .
They design also, inr the course or a few
w:'elis, to ,ailr liberal prenmiunmsA or litemrar) ar
vicles in order to secure far their rerideis pr'-
ductions fioni some ot llie best writers in the
comintry. The asorko of popular authors will
occ.,siirially be pubhimied at length in rIthe
Chronicle, and no pains nor expense will be
spared.,to, render the paper interesting and-at-
tractiae 1t every cltas- of reader.
The Chironicie ,ill be issued tu a handsome
type, and oin a sheel larger than any now used:
n thinscity. The first. nurmb'r will appear onr
Satutday, May )2ltt. '
Phi.,lnda Alt.W, ill Rt13

"1gERCHIAN\TS, :.?- .re: k-r cp.- r, lnn-I:ceprer
and others, i at,-'; c i p i.t LbrI.' k-4.c -pfrs
Salesri en, j.r-l:.-pers, p..rter, o'.r i hel of amr
de-crirptnotn, il firnl ti-r,:e of ,,-,1 o chararer
itnrJ ai l quiliri:C J L .1 i r in ." tI ir a',ll: -. or
.. .r.ers aLt.iIr ]r heI r bI:.:, c -ti Tc e N.i. 0 Cherry
sleet. .. .
\Vrnti',. Initc-.i;ai ly cet'.Le ai ren::p:.iaLhie per-
s'cr to ill Vtar noh CapI j-l.: il bl.. ,,-- 1 .e nm-l joi .n-
ed. D. P'.\LMER, & Co.
ma il% I 9 Clierry atrest.--
l) -OULli.n rii an \i'esti n Meirchaunl.
Fhe SuLo .r;b.:r IL r-;n-it,,nli rn hard at tie
tHlit. ;[Dn[.PIJIA
,N '\t.n--ii a s.riincnt on-Rirle, F'i in"
A T ..:.N Mou.i-l.el-, P-_.I:.Ils, & c. c.f'.. i y d.: i:rip.
1oan aind finish-Al:o, the [ippc..:d Arin:iliung
Duelling Piroc. .
-For sal.,k, ho hir .r r.r rol-i-, l, h. "
HENRY DEFRRIN'.; iR,T3h0 north Fronr.st;
*. Orders tcceitcd will ha promptly eeounid,r
niny 11 dl. .-r
'hIu Sottlnl.cri n11l 11 (stte i Merchinthts.
J. if. SPOONERC & COMPANY, No. 10.
Soutllh I Furlth s.i:t i, tilth door belo-"' Mar-
ket street in'.i'es the rtfrir ion of Sr.nthein
and \Western Mlerch-in,-, to their '. ih if Umn.
bellas- andPasi i-lth, cnm]'risii V ielasr aletuv
of style and fin-id, in hi thi 'y ill 'Ell : wirw
as any other establinment In the Umntnl iStates.

r ANT-LD-A Id about 1-1 eint, ,if age,
to learn ihe Drug and Apothllicc-ar buii.
ne s. Apply .t the Penn Tnernliip UDu- Store,
ii'. nRln'e i'..I, abone Vine t.. mi 2,.,

........., na, 'I?:NN NUFAC10Y.-UneN, '- : 4- .N .,LiPA I '.-- re
TERMS.-Terno dollars a year, payable in t1JHubie, Chlurch and Chamber rJrg..e Build-
advance; ,$2l 50 ifnot patd be.tre the expiration era, No. 115 M1,t kEt t. et ef i.,a.. .1r i -ct
ol sLx months; and .3 U0 if pariment is delayed Phlan.-elphi i ay 11. -
until the end of the year. For so.r months, $1 00 5II.'SH L.ANTuN tINGLI;.- ce-'u
-in advance. E I r,.n U 1
ir'-Adidtertimcnts neatly and conspicuously dy as rup, tfor pile a sh Tem ani,, e ie a m. ,,,I
inirtced, on reasonable, trnms. Grocr) a-tor, S. W. corner of u andSe
iA .-Potlrtasiers and'other'.rerrnilting.$10 0U con,l streets. -- -: ,; :
witU be furnished with six copies of the Chioni- na 17 JAMES t. WEBB,
cle fo r one % ear. Iia s' IN JN S R ,
f-ZOrders, free o'f postage, addressed to the A1' apHING ON Ij. -INION., t.l; Il-tn-fer,
Publshers, Philadelphia, Pa. wdll meet with Secon d st Role r nid Statitnor, Shere Aot'ir
prompt attention. -a Boi steet, fliiada'Iplmia. amere Account
prompt attention. ,Bo,.k of e ,.h.1sc ,,,, t ay be h ,,I Ruled,
Ig.7-Small note on all solvent Banl.s, receiv- ,ni o hn,,d .. any a ien ay be Ruled
ed at par, in payment of subscriptions. ton t. m ii -
may 13. Esitae ofl Samuel Rhiads, den 1,
0 1 TICC.-The Auditor avin1itel I-, hthe
FOR SALE, Orpliaina C..urnt foer cm.irty of 'hll
Two ne.' three story brick houses, delphlia, to a qlit, stl'd adj.IJ li;e acco.nis.
". on the north side of Pine street, above of r isNRT Li-..-i q. acting a.rnifstratr of
i3thl-each house containing 18 feet in front by' SAICei r. Run deceased, will aitenrd n.r the
.32 in depthh" Tile lots are cach 60 feet doep putpo. lisi.aaipotr-)Itntiri, at No. 19 Ilri,no
to a 4 aect a ide allevy. Thi h houses are fini-'cit I abote Four th. i.n tha: l 1st ',f M't lb'.i -
in ihe-h'aridsomest and beos: manner, a n ev t t 4 o'clock P. M. uf which meeting .11 p r
convenience. Apply at No. 19 Prnfete iutere-ted ivill please to take nttee. -
may 12-dim may 21 523 5W ,6' 26 3 1 31

SUMMEr ,BULLEYTN. IThe l- turyIvna-.'` -5cia-tine .
LATEST. .USniON-- Lfi:HArt : j0 ,,ri F. u, b l'ge published
S. -. Flurence q1 Suoth 3rdstret-' in Itho cty' of idl rame
f ] Furnishbd en etapant aszcirtimenit c-at I ,..
Fahii-nablRe Uu''2- Ilit %o t. h1- t. DeILY-M L O M RNING C IO.lRNAol tN AL,
.d in, v te ',"u i .he- aa nrilt.,rin cfths ptins Ir.:. i J Cahd .l- t hl,.e r,h,,i. il,. |, rin d cl rcalr.l toP.l I'iiic-''
the Pnti l. .Tlieetle.brai t nd m ,t.i:-i Nerv., I crmerce, L ,ir t.ir-, l\t...rdil, Ar-nu e-
sve saie o.l.is R['.zSSLA 1.T.S of las[-t ;ar- ri, Ac.
an'jd thol unanmninuis opiion ut if their quilJ an 'Th i li.:.m.: ir.tl'.. r.-c r' c. 'rFpcrltr.n has.
theault which -~ i led t ler ii i l-e l r ai : i i tof "N 'n arn s nr' nl nI l ii lsLrJ I ie. 11 ll ,,in l.,.,:.n,.iit
e Plus Uiira" is en incentive to pon erfu e er- h"' h-l ha lt :,n place the lhi' e -c .,. r -, of
n-n TI, Tmain3tiLn the tii bible po ir n-. jrn Publich 3t l' e- ar', ri'L itI I .h at tri c .rs. in ita
tlanmatlon. Con ,nced tfihllslet l .' rv y :e.rtc-in r, ..d nit 'ia sadva.ncd ir.Cize. -p..narc ,o inlc-r.c.
has b-errnmad,'-- this aea-yi-n bv iinuiie.dtalt-n-n P s- :-I 'ii lii'- ,""* i nit i. a-i~ L
h beer, r l.,- h s-ea-or,-i b in .d en. l ,hi ..rac let ,r \: Ihr e puit. of ine -, unr l ,.j,,ii
,i n t ,o tl ei.ir -Im proved ,an ,,lf Cure. to e.,c It l i ,, i c r ,, h r, t d ,, .. t ire e c ,niln h.
, .I'p.:s;iine .--rea-e patr'n a na n d lv,.r. The i,,tr, ol- 'tr red.., ir'ei l readcrs.a ;p. para.i ski,
: i: ial I i1u htu'. r tiC,:.t s ele. ant .J m-iriF r iJ ii; ia ; ..hr. c- ,,j rit,.v t'. htr nan. ,rr..r.h i.uib.
.rr -.elil 1:,Ic,,n n, andJ the L.ir Pr -.I', at lTich i.; ,i,.n., .li.ich c.n i raiu : a mi-eaJ.m i r thei inr
iiy are offered should irndice. all who study ac'.-.n i:.'a hlsge prtiu.n i.f ijna bu-J:nc s 'of the
c..ni-.rt mI d c .n .:ce during Elie sanIm .-'.I .m iin.yr i ,il curr nr h;b .... .-.tail -arn
i, -.t'.t'! trs prc.,, re -'.n?. l .i : a i i. ti h '.inJ iLend ih ir E jmpirf c 't% r Ih.: ti:.c1
F'lrence h[a an e'.tensi ie io ia.rtrrenot fWhis r,-i.:n of ttnr mind. Tie Frrsi i now ihc only
Sun.erior .iSn tM BcY .tnr Haot..cs lm.h 'aie oil:r.-r rel1 mroni.eh. 'I ti: mirlesitIs I'.-l-.i a id opinon.
,d at p- rcs 'hat; '.. Ill ati sl'., 't r ,ii, in 'ren t n.ll- r -. Iro." l, r ": nnl- e': I nJ:p.n-:r...nm on it:,
a call at his e .ibl.h-limrre nt i- nly varitacd r ..' t g 'asl- in o 8i rint h ind e:ry ,nne t, it con.
atril0y the m st /nsh 'iorines l'-hf a dispitn,.-,n and trols c.:r human 1,,Jry ui; intl ..ies., ilh de-po
at.blhi to please. nit. z-. L E. i t of I 'prubhc op ,ii..:.; d. chires e ar
l .I-'lais fall kinds nad- to order. -- .a ma r e nrd d nhre : rl, sz, andcztab.
THOMA\S FI. FLORENCE. N.mli. i ild:ti.nlri.- th.isre .',h1.1 ,ce i, the.
Pra,:tial H carter. Sou.h :3rd, Srt berio t in i ci r -d i,, r,:,e o ii r ', i ._cneirl, it
Chlie rhnt,W est side. Philadelphia. i b,.i,,' tha i e :; mne i'np.Ir.e ...,,- ,. r cnp,,e.
mays l:.-di.. n, -.. y sitr ai f t:.: ti in .i.- : r',nrJ h-o pr.i
*C:ul.rI i, in t hi ii, e, 'inip er r ri. b-. pubhl: '.
TfilE PENNY MAGAZiNE ,:d. p-,.::.. .i ,,- ,,lrr, tl.. -'..ti ,,i h,.ito hl re
Of1 the Suciet for" the IDAl.tion (if Ut .c- lminei d I lit n i convirito.ri, lthi.i rLtib- ib r li .
iul K nn v.ledtige. *.. t:rrni..aed .o .,, r. v d:-is M .:.l .i rg J.l:.t.iial;
,- bent inle, "1 ,TU L PENN-YLV.Ai.AI\ E- N-
THIS DAY published part XLVI. of this iNLt.." Suffi,.ri eapain ,.Ill.hb itc,.esied ip-
unr.aI,ed popular pern.'odIcal. Price ,1,2 eent'. ., ri i,,: oun i, j ii zu,:,:, lh, ui,,d. r~ i., ai, d
T he fre-:cnlt part i-h lr .Januirt 1 ..io ,and the hil paiuf.,:i iill tn t..r. t.N .:-ntr,,.i ar .ill ,.. ,3 d .
cornmencermient cf a new year. The eteiiulsion Thle inc.- hliterall anrraiimce..no, i ill beL made to
orf the waolk I h- ul.-tracpp d c ery otrier petinod- -.:Cur..- li" it ci ai.r -,l nt .: i..:.s- s Ect r b iL e
1'al, and is atfil rnpidly incre'a-rig,. Nee Yi. k o.r L :.i Pf'.. 'r. ";- '. nn ,ill
CONTENTS OF P \RT XLVf I c -'c-,r-n:d o c1n-a-.. [he nl.:.h.i,'t :l,,nALkbu tah.et,
No. Ci-'XLI Dancii-g, Fli' nds and .A\ ;ei,c;- ,II I ,.l. d I-er 1 -:I n e.:,- -.. i-ri.d'r thIl
rates. Origin o-f Butt-rflles, Lem Jur., Iin.hel,.113-. p.' i e ul I't al ry ,bl.r-b i ni i n t-,I- e...u n i .
T he T allow T ree uf China, V,.e t to a Lea d Ia si tS ii i ll Pi Ik, ,n .rn I.to j I-d.
ine, U-felulnei-. \\ ,,e, A(C u, oft 'iTj nnri t.q i lc I .1 ,,-:.td ,, C ,, ar.l n, -, iV ., it ,ill
in Crowd [.'n-,rollir bl Diicu sio,n-. ,,c,:er in,r, f, ,, rn the rc:, ,:,i ai.d v-uoru. per-.
No. CCXLII.- Tlie London and GLreentich I::.rm irnc ',o it diti regir.il.: ihl 'e., tih,: ,.:,r,
VirtJu.-t and PR ilhasay. .,r Ii.. n cuiearrc n i (1inrur ot ihe v,.:olenr.t,r
Cmr..--No IX.- hie Vuriish Tree, Valour, Ihe .cs. r i-'. Abf.e thou e.ndrrsi_, the l..:;ri uaid
Talkatilenres', Leyden Uni elsity, Wt'riting liihe ump..ra',n of factin, but di,:Valtd L. ilbc sa.
Maer'nili-. Tli'he K nihr Temiiplir. .:rd piin:ip.les and iminc-..-luia-.: u-.C : of" tile
No I.-CL'nditioni of the Alinrers to thie NOrth gr r' t .. n i a 'i :.1 h' e i ri l:.n. t i ,nl e-.r t.e
of England and in Mexico. tb nir a illlrnl,. firlul, and it i hoped, noti ine.
CCXLlII.-Ibrahain Pasiia's Palace, The -':rit "'IEN iNEt.L" on the nat,.h io-:cr- o
Knight Templars. P l-orLtvat i A D[ _...C..ci. :..
No. II.-The Sea. The Corpus, C(Tp,-r, or Iii-a,, I['eni' Ian't.. cmril, ld to nur far,,,ebt
Cou;a. Mriew. Li. aes, ,- Art an-: ermpl.:- n pp h. s, i. I l ,' nr It' i i-I and-
ied m working in Pin es, hlie Canadian In- trein-i or dom-liie f:, n th. el, ii ,,, i ii ,'-us
dl ans. --i- d mk-in'leri-d .li:.lvn I:,.r rt-il, ei nhc e iirtli?
No. CCtXLiV.-The. Bietrl Nut Tree, The -,n.j rc-ctunrt h,,:i ,._.-ni s... Thi, ra .:.l,,,i ..in .
Knight. Temiplars. t hi' Ct 1 0'f PlIildi lphi Li I..ie 1:0o ci be ;:ii.3
No. Ill.-The Che-nsen'rine., KIdimarih Rocks, ,and we N ;11 en.J,:.l o-ir t prum.r in, it b ,;ui i;nn,
ind TrI '.l-thy St..-ne, C'ortiw'll, AlfrEd. Bruce-. all :.- ri.'-.n s.ti nail .e tt inted Ir.ri..:i tlv
W\ ashinnicn. Factory Labor, A Ji-iri-harkable ic'. caui all di..cesii ihl.rim -t cn l._-. and L, crn-
Duel in 1661, Heritable Qualities. 'itii ci err eni:Ery t tlhe : ipop.iiat ofital i..:l'y a,,d
Nc.. ICCXLV.-Th.- -flool ne. The Steam En- .:'Ep-m-it:.- i' itt n'i [ t [ -.:.l., I .I. In- ,-i i-as .:g
gine. Steam Navigat n, n. W ar, Alia Ick Casti,-. Pi i-nld:pli-. io I,:r pi. 'rrt cri,,-n.nce, and p.r.:.mi-
Descrnptlin ol the Procmess of rMaltin, g lie "Tu. no renr.d(r hir II,: .ii F .ic on ItIo (cniitInei.t.
Forging cf the Anch,-r. Vhale Fnihery on thie 'ihe Penensalian1 S-ntin,:c ill be pritnld ;i
Coast cr I[reland, Labor-ers in Denmark. le- ,. and beutifutlu pe. cn a -e-t I tile -Se
N 'o.CCXLI.-SUlPPLEMiENT.-Brmin. and appearance other Ne; e York Etconrg Star:
a' in It will contain all thl foreign aid dorm:lstir in-
ham.- 1-
ILLUSTRATIONS IN PART XLVI. trlhT._rr, pohitcal, nr-anrlile, and rMiisclla-
1 Dancing, front Hogarthli's Anal)3eis of Beau- neotis; o m 1uhi of bch-prnoceedings of thie Courts
t V,." a" may be worthy Fpubli.cation; phi,:e reports;
2 RuiTed Lemur. iterjL-r:tin occui irenc-s ind uisrt'ful e-as on .il
3 Skull Le-mur, subl.ect. tConr..-siional and Legil.atiniv prno-
4 Skull of Mone', *-.edjings %%ill be promrfliy anl t.Ll.y insertj in
1I London'and G're.nfnich Rai.way, from n ear .-,ir coaIlJn'm ; and c, )rpll-p..udt:nits i .ill be en-
SB.-rmnjonds,. New Ch. tated n,, Paris and Londuu, as well as in the
-,principal citie or our ).n o-.uttrI Par tiu-
4 Palace of lbrahiarn Pasha, as seen from the rin attal tic nrll be dir 'eao to nmra.it P h.:iu-
Rivner Nile.Il al-titn till be direci-' t lor-mrt..ie
8 The Coipus. minute Iti intere.tinig itelti of inri natiniori
9 Hairy palate of the Cop;us. i lIch ar : si e.gIerly miet aller b,\ ihe readers
10 Papouses. -. f r.,1..-paper:; and a larger rniass of reatinr
L1 Betel .Nut Tree. iatterll- will be green than is nowv contained tin
'12 The Chee.sev rin as s,.en 1iomrn the Noithn 'ir" nint' ,"I.t ,-l Sn' ,In thn1 Cniy. As th. pub.
V e --. -.- -- -- li-ier is percot.tariy ar -.i. -t- render1l'7"y' ?
13 Kilmarth Rocks as seen from the S.iouth cast nel a uoeunl and prl:p lat F an.il paper, he will.
14 Treethy- St.ne.' ; n 'te insidee I.rr ir, in .ciiJdt.n cn thl- or.liniry
1 Hoope. 'i o r e:'J ti, nt r, g',.e dal t r i,-ll i.e .cuiu rins
16 Ainwick Castle, Northumberland..) o interesting, in-trtt,,te,and ainusir. g lieray.
17 -View ot ancient Br ingliim. r -dir m tti r, cn:u6tt.iii ,-,f -,o pc-erv, an- '
193 Mr'ri;Ln e,ew of PBir-nine-ha. rn e 'Joc-:, biography, retc-. &-,-,an.- ,-sci.,- &c
19 Staflordshire Colliers. C* Great cl ar will be d:voi.:-d to this depnrtmn,-tt;
(ORP[N iROGERS, indl confident holpe' an entertained that it will
A.7,-nt for ilie Pubthslier-, recori.rinmrid the ':entint l to the fa.o:. iae atten-
N. B. Any parts of the work from the corn- tion of 'te head:z of families and other'.
mencernent are sold separate. The subs.cribr hai !ng deterrni ed to devotes to
Orders by nail tlinlifully received.- [11- cauce ct P,.nn-)iianisa lDr-nocracy, the en-
mayt6id eigies of on etlicient and independent pre-s,
THEI SATURI-.11' I i ROcNCLoE, l,:uct,'l on thi.- mosr libc.r-i -:eal-, and :qI',L
THE SATU RDA\' CHRONICLE, 1r any Jourial publi-:ld in tliin e:o-iiiit, n ofi-
AND MIRRAOR F THE TIlES.: dently appeals to Pcnn -lianinns for support :
The Saturday Chronicle will be, in the lull- JOIIIN R. WALKER.
ast term, a Fansily Nenispaper, entirely tincon- TERMlS.
nected with party politics and seclarmni-nm, Daily Pape-r, -- .9 : Ot per annum.
aid zealou sly devoted to the cause oMt hlerature, t-',untr'y Paper thi cetiim 5 00 do
Esi-'rc, and' gen-ral -tireileie-n. e, aE caicuaiitted a %ecl,: .L
to) 'ntl-rtain and instruct ntery branch of the do once a eckli 2 00 do
doiin ci:]rele. Its lenera con.:tenrs t ill be- Advertii-enients, &c. at the usual rates.
Tale-. and. Essays cn lit-mnr,, cienltri anrnd mc.- ril. 1-h


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other sex I hotld t -,erefore be the studyo f en t .. .inte .o ;...i n--Dnsepsa~ik head-ache sy, Scury, &c: Is tube" found minmors than tb An E_.e W\ater thlat .a~sbeen in u .f.ur reatn ly T thereader^ o are .. ......... r--gi" cted E---ope,,~ .thO l odeen previoua|y before. th.e
tho,,e who praetice the heahing art, toinvesti- .......asacneqeno a dis.rdered state well authenticated cases of eures which h,,ve 10 veas[ jn this cour, ty, and npw~ard, ut 2u ,., r ra ,,e olwn ae .emn fro b n puble ne, ely one century. Thor Am!eri.
-'----'"n- -7 -,. .I"n on1!snd a o, ueoI- rn nl IobV ne nd an h r -, .s g n W hI I aIm l e n-bbE n u .
As 1,S^^ff^ ^^ -=^ =.A^.
{ a t- a t. r' Pl U BL I C e .l l ; AXor- 1 e 1 A l I" Q l d e u aN 4 X l v d . .Z- ,. .&ye r s 1 1 -t. n .Wl l n-i a l r. n rp3l G i -q f. t .c A ."lt u l l 1 | ~ e l p ll i r

ous vegetable medicines which I keep lur the re- od b procured, were it deemed neceSary ; but This adrirable cordial so pleasant to the tlse andemanatingtfrom so high.a source, and rom- eated ef, nost adapted o y-our p iticul.r case. the prllese., t os ssro dspilad by the
Herfof my Buffering fellow being, there uIB two coned ,"nt ooftheir superior etficacy, in the deaea ne and almost i~npercepiile in ini- operation, 1- per. one too -who had mat eAle e rLt and theety of O-., h -'c,- ..ousand- Lm.a wl w re greatestt' con'de'n ,, The lia;re sec e'd this
particularly. designed for females, fur the pre- or which they are designed, I submit them to severed ir, lor a beort lime, strengthen, Lhe con- Medicine his study for: years, and h.w, exactly in, edulous) c n te"ll.l .o character, too, wnderver y.;adreB. e.csUtan-
ten ionand cure of sure and gathered breaU, t he public, relying on their own melts, and well silullon es., strength and lone to ite neri.., holyever.y article that enter. unio ,tl composi- "l a'J x [ e ;e-cmn-,endalors hllch, healiutying to contend.W.ith lteeas .-sslander8
l nnnotee n to fallsea ub- ial3ofasAinlebo will ro s to a r asd p e ,plst ulJ act, aefeet t uld produce, promulgated b thos iritersted in I
A ls o a n u m h er o f S y rups m ad e o f -h o i o n th d a al onf li nmto e u n n o wo g natuoeo m .,. SP R I N G A^N A U U M N a a r e i 'e'to annh d u the a trt e t 1, u ne m l-led b . d ....... dt e a io fn o f ern o ,8er b o i .s wrra n d r th ou
sonianM edicines. via : The y will be found prlfaecly innocent andmild ecer and ue, bilous and other diseases. The, succrss-and while we are conh,Je,at th.t .t --l., of C Leisla bee impress on u i- r endss and he publicenn
An Alteralit e Syrup For Purtung h, Bloo ... n t opir operation, not producing he debiity and adiartap,-orEsrlingfrom t1 u e immeahte-lv ater spur]gfnrom such a source, need- any ear of yc ilans, m r s c ong' m rally, that however may be the action ofua :
\othr a" ruthaoIt%.bldraill t ra.ur ria urIso 11n ~e~e II :O/II-In. uoelkl odbenpeiul eir h

AWor iS.ruplor Chldrenb.r. sf e ness frequently ucceedtng the u.e o the J nLaLemilun has 11. numerous inrtanct len-. i ,, ;,e-.: .- ,ures, C.p"ains. e l. s officra .. .. Pills at dtTerent thl.es, such different .action *
ASirenglheninyr~up fra Porsa er.re m -aches ing; t nd Sr, an au.cil: s to b he u'eof Morcura.,or usb n Eyle know that the Eye is .n important or. Clergymen and thouynds o, oth rs Newspa- ,sad es not ,lom any alteration in he Pills. bit
severing te u l'', .ied 10 Pro rns ofa Cor. d (W..;.y /+r'..,, l On.O pill to be tak n d im e. mm tere t con.- tt or .-, e.i. n nre ien zio0n un, n 'r .g lor be a P ion of cc-'r hu.res beang u"o e vpei>- _" e .. .... .l- "t e I t a
A cough Syrup, tlor the cure of Croup, or Rintllesf producedthey may then bes d.cdnlinucd until a tlicon is a certain, safe and agreeanbloe s w eted. .. y h.. ignh ..uths.riy, r d by the aoice ofhrlv uond c -panye nrecYouf .i an u s II are an u i ficnt aicant uf r,arp, hIAying .
I Children. .. .. .oto he recurrence of the disease. Te,8 genuine Catholicon ELrFke. [t the rooL of Ohav feltdists poweirel efficac) i Iestorin e at any iee ,give relria nce to ts a pem esme nd f acton on. te iuman body
A Cure for Scrofulo, in almost any =lsta 0 Noes genuine unless thia signiture be placed t. e dileateand wilh Ihis particular adandai e t s iealih arnd strength to tle diseaied Eye, wee nenty cure and relieved tereby. lthiat stoimsand hurricanes, hve on the air, or'
-n ,, operitddhe Lua cur e ssirten e drv Hs ecipt fte y1 ,,heiile" l,(am

blAudet esr tanre-, Hilhout cualiing then out. upon them E. A. HoSINai. compl,,she-T a cure when Ecry 0r 16medhiiif l CrE oc l o believe thnt il ; nol ,ni ual.g.to Secnd;-T le-y are not rcomnmrended to cure that lhe lides hae upu n ithe ocean-they puri-
A Cupe for Taeitter. For Sale, Wholesale and Retail by the propn- anot however u otata s et y ty peporacon ihwich oue pap ls evry thf s hch m.st other medicine, pro W so judic;o.as e cpyinofa.
cal Ar'y; u -se deithatc'ri ralomnso hig w -a our p-,arid eeyt fro(hc .:'tohrmdhieapot .Vbts udcoeo h cpigo'

A Crefor Frosted Feet. db tnr,at hbs weptroun dre g and Cewrieee Sete, i sdlin r alleo b tuend icangt heI lleteol rcMin.ly f-lled. It is an -e.rcle th tl fe todo, bu. each p reparaiun is ,dpe .to a ure r e see, .hen she wishsli become pu.
A Cure for Crached and Chopped dland.' Girard Square, M76 larkLe Str~et, id door above ^ter eiter shouldin e rprient be diheartlenf, if recommend itelf, ttd requitis no e.tlroreh,.tln,1r seperas e train or b llslench clasa ol diseases, fd-om rifled, that le. puts w herself in comme ti..
A cerlainCurer boeonrltheFerond Muscle. llth wtr.et, Philadelphia. Ord eeal Oer neatly put up afler takmg three or four bottl he should indh;m- exetmons or pun' to palm il upr. lhe pulI, which circumstance thy have received the con- Whi. has. the pur-ifyimg-effect. And so wey,
Saaeinoot hem ieu slimfc -c. and packed flor any p.t ol tIhe Unitd States. selfapparert.iy gettlnr wore, ihiea predicar. nor do who al i sh to palm upon an nhightened J lence i ffadareJoily proucribedfbyrhw.ic ls toindu puhly in our bolies, bring about ".
ALilmr.r 'or the cr o Cold fee..h frequently caused bt e remrtiovsngb o ili ,nn orul.lic any ohmg thm can or ill prse dntlri- themselves. natural commotion by arLificiil Hean, and ex.
A Sre r, Pl toreankd Uachrdk CdclldCre of nuMClergves. rst a d e ing ,a n rd ne to,, len e.s nr,- "era e b t e Tto one onJ d i, ThirJo-They Jre warranted purely tegeL:ble peroence has taught Ihuse --lo have adopted
SALVES ofn ariousr Hinds,oee particularly adep y, J ohn Yonng, ow Chesnuret tJdl, '.,iladelpln',i t, use ml an a" cl urt- oid epthetn co lpurinf e stel m i o at,, t he t n it moul in granted freo toom mercu- nhi c ur, and rho tor this purpose ne
led a Aof-ihc u e a n ill bee noldlonr the noa t rea County, Pa. have been ;'fflicted oilha canclerin Great care shouldd be cereicd in procurin the imort i o tih,,,se alreaJ received in n a .' ofis ryand other md ineraln w which are conLa.ned in used these p oll, ta they wt re in the right, be.o
FeAll ol i 'vy upper lip for sev ral nonuth, it gradua y true nd genuine Caholicor, as Ihere are in cir- .,.ries. \Vo here .annex' *e fep ctnliufiaton s.- most: other medicine (tr.m .the use of a nh c se the r slt has .b-en sound: fealhh-for in
o. tR. agent for Dr. Thom.on's New Guidelo rceasiae, and becatne very p',i,..,ll. I applyo+ culation a this liime large quantii t ota lmedicune sured that .ll labong willh sore, \eak or in- the foundation for many diseases is laid, render- otler word-, evet) organ h.a become restored
lelh an lo Dr. Robinson Lectures. to sevw'. Physical lllo e adtst.a l urf cal oIe- l PoL 's Coathtodyes, te atcle and jde ing .erbl and shorenn lives of .hou oas teofpu ycn t w h i nc ons
r uSAMrEL ROh tS, rallhonwhticlI lit' o to a ede to. h nn madf m de pr e feumin T ah' il os m y g engine m edic... themides. ,s.) ", te, M A".. : '* nc alhohugh rthe e i n ny wlc.se bodies are.
No. 254 Callowhill St., above 7th, Philad, application to Win. Il. Nonls fiuom whom re- s. CraioIN con which ,A |he onlh genufre ia avt We leave t.e article to I.nimpatial public to Fourth-They have all been imitole<, anl ihe I sIcl as ile of debiry and sufTering thai all
fhe10-d in icoived a complete c le in n a few uks olec had uof T. IV. Dyiot, e 111 b i on eri. bae imitations ushed beore public udr iich can reasonibly f e exp cad i eport .
eb0--d rPrWrrnes, my hend :dnd ohe this I" lf bue-.,ed,, ut"ill be carenpl ol ask for Ihe Vee- ---, ;, ., vous name; some persons h.o puocied Ulae ry l-ic-f, nl, renverblhflese, many poisons euli.
TO THE GOUTY, RHEUMATIC, rc. .th day of october, 1835. rin le r.alh..lico, puli up i black Briatl Berlsi r -riosini preparme;C, and lfi llefe.r oar n boIh ne chen.i ed elh 1h htem ubner.t lce.mon sthe
%INETFT EN -entiehoo'every population, fare We HaEd% esnir nt "oed ir ngeued t o ene *rile of several lies al ate ll.the ne th, sellhn Uem as ther prepare- trying crcum tarcce of bodily affliction, when
A. ll]icted wil h pains more or IC.s inere, pr- tl ohre peifurrm. ohn young, by D -. d .itin Pot er h en, a e 01 bo le o Dr. Ad e ter, rl a ons, r b epcing establ a epuai e ry mens medicine had pnved a o .'
odical or intermiter.t, ilich arn a ll cn chi ngin i iI H. N,'r s, as irtd lP, gri the above cerhlicisa, lo giri ; aihI. u rnutrei arild true sedci cine, h.i l l s hion wsn, n our opinion o t-: el i-ce,?\, dntv r.lther tll.ira f.-r thi. own; solrm c ll them by r,.rr,.s re,irl g clier urn, ilrng, hve been estl.red to hcalhh --'
n',me and character! mn.arims in the head, ,asnirR liereby certily the fct. prepared',nly b) me. a in th. li|"e time of my la- inclinion obL.iges us frankly to acknowledge sin.i-lr, orsoundigff someuvhat lil'e the names of and happiness hom their use, and ltis. oonse
oflhe itomah cohe ofl ele Isl andi--dJueuCevere. nt character, knwnuderh J LLIAiLST.ROD .pan dsufering.i lhe e hte mu strength_ to te sesed eyes. 'ours, to otler ,e public preparations poscsng ,m- sanh l, persors hom they have cured of
numeofgoul. ACtB cTREEPER J rite e to dollars pr botele. It G ArmitEge, M.D. | J Gall, .M.. m ler pi.tues, even purchase the oti,'inal, and Consumption, Irni ienz', Coldls, Iihoigeslioris ,
All llsee diseased spring" from he s Eme cause, *AO TR E P Eak4o '11HOMAS C. POTTER, J S CV.rieCuom, M. D. rmernnicure thereftrom, Stviupn callilcg then, Dsp. p.:';, Head.iche, Pilns and a sense of rull-.
ihichact with greater or l-. e inuence-andlhi WILLIAM ibNICHOLAS. No. *16 M-anket st. dooFs aboe Dcal.ur. .. Pecomral and Cough SYridps, henovatmg and esin the back part of the hlad, usually l.he
Ch~eidr pen l. r i c l to r~l,], b e cur d o hereby cer!r h l a igakees,-,re fI tor co se a c rt ire an -ag e a le r m ey'oy h ghi e ofI- ui"I-"'r n c f ci n "'-"a to n u re

.- ther ounadnscouv d elgion u upnetar .smsome rten n ly 'r, t.ih fg.ea seni8 ege i v used Dr. A am-,' Eve W ater ou '- e getable S ,r'ps, Deprn.teng S rp S, up of ..mp"oma of Apopl y', aun ihce, Fever and.
that of lhe blood. I m aowa. e that Imay brina up. o aed substance, an d fenle into a hotuirmed Joles' Vegelable lair Oil. selves, and Tlove a-o ,.ecommended ,t to a hum- Sarsap.i a, Conc.enll C...ompo,,d l up ol Ague, Bdua Scuileo, Typl.us,. Yellow. and-'
: onmyheadinereproachesoflile greabsl phlsielo I d i' phl.1ll i, toone who re ring Hair, 10 sl n ell l.e aid r ber o1 our fnenj I.nd t qu.lnince, an.l l srsputnela, eer and Ar ie trupv Ton Co mo Feesof l ki A tlm G t
S.ist. in s gi E.i : tlahdir manleti'ai hical prip ly roots a ila irtea -es whicl oera e vin in lestl'itn tllat Ir is tlle bc.lt airl:ec lI:r S tehp, c. rc. as well as i arrous <..ther ranges Rheom, tism, Nervous di.-ases Liver Com .,
and that thei will require ;rrclr,,gible proof before considered 1o be enoncin in such they will acknowledge Lhf imporltancuotinmy disco- c.utt.,g that he li,,d J.o ubts abo, u fre...nie a 8," iragtance el [ I-,;- u l i. tilhOeul e mcepthiondcide, d- .,r it d l u r o A oft he Sp,;, Rupu ns, la aion, Se ee --
Ar "is r o r S- d r o n d~ r u-a d g a d hal D et r, r Sor- e Il i n u 11 ae s b o r +' le r srfi c i en t toIch a n e t Unw ILe i c Yd -l,' P aelu '31nte d il h t n vi rl- ,ria no u t ', p d 'toi C i r f r T. ,r F r S a e W iat'tea d e a i b y t e S pc 1 a r n t o e v r Liup o t d h r n p tubo d ,t o n e le o t ictb t it i[t0 o ,,2 u f ,.. :a e y tin-'(%. -i ons t thrmeiirS rrf.Whta ,)i ulc-, a il opig v

,r he sake of humanit f.dF e reform, thobt in- then ir nat a d t be .lin o s u a s "e or or ha t It p a I he bes o our kno e e, in prdu g he de Fit One bottle ofeiherofthe propprietnr' Fi., P ay, Drol,y, Small Pox, Mezes .-
vile all goout persona, and olh, rs a.ut's w sebjet '..r, con;. .. opened sed effec. Sm of us hve used on medenes ne equal snh d Cop ough., opg Cou *Quncy..
oca r and eee me. uo nd C a l a nd l. lthem hal. in- put nir a ell under his care, and h d-e by his ex, sloring hair n h.d,orofrlatisi'in. ary person our children, a.nd sayf thll. it en be used ne i etfleacy to two ol sone and three of others of the Chulic, C h.lera .. ibus, Gratel, Worms, Dy./
T her t utin Cure!or.nuer tt prol m to ena n rwt Ir, ord nt r\' al.tention and skill, I bel ete, bee n of tt slueary eaects. I tat urin r:dly ii .arot ed of, f ,e on thse youngest ihd l, by add.o a little panerospreparatinns be sore 1he pubh ;in o e -n- henterv, Dearness, Rin sing Ncs i the head:
theece ptnon of (pilepsy. n the origin ofncronos per ,IEeth' ured -merne f t unnal U D sd. 30 nh DiiO i aslSel;Jl are;E Ilmi s prr. q ernce of el abi l o'tersU andw otl'ne dal Ki-' u) ~ E;silt Rhenunl-, Whgitel S~ii, UlctAniers -
^ S ^ ^ vernd Agu -to^na.^l nealyee put: ^ ^ up fit ,lkngre or~e four, byrg,, a ,iue^ ^ ^ ^*, h^^ S^

omplin erral. Jfa ure, sml t -,e I her'efre c n, vith confidence, recom mJ u nte lpa, mitndIur .ale, hle l aVd retai, le S St,-e ; d ohn W ner:, E Higi prE ference ove a. l other, y a nd uee dila on- me' e, eSaltshe umndhin,e Sec .ng,Ulcers,
bypothE.i5 ofa8icicnldoctor.:, ,hch .er la.lior,a- mend all heae affl,,ted till, tl,hns most serou; a1 th pr l, r rioS, h l at' m W,-e dmund Si:,di, Fredenck L cre-.ing der .d confine he fui. some of 30 yeaB tndlne, Chners Tumori,.
hieinLhiray n ne of s icr,, e tle d er c ifrry IwIth siilltet, Pdhilalydelphi'na.e ntrd o:en"a litme pubtlic;egsPnd, soi wes,'j.

bhe-"nthesrday nonefoo whi., how i.er c prry -i.h disease, ,o 11e candor and superior knoknowledge iV. H. HANKINS, AAenl, Sellr, Samuel Hnehl.man;. Abr.aham Hfhain, -_hb ad laly-Rekrence can heicen to Swelling r et and Legs, Piles, Goaivenes. alk
Ahem I ohe smagoi oot n d b, A;Irn h t n c l ,-f Dr. \Vi|llfann. H- N.yr.,s ,pt".h ch [I I hate had No. 106 N rtI To rn sth..rEiL. "abrt, :e- R.a John M..pe-, S.i n,uel fluggons, Jon-.el n Mi edr hMly *relpeaable indi J"euals, (cerdlic-.les of eruptions of ihe -kn, Frighlll ul dream s, Fe
pre rlaio san ro n eure 'd.rei entI o m such a hlppy Ixper ience. TH-OMAS M'CLINT >thK, Jr. Srmuel 'a sengtn, Jlnes M 1-rd; Isa, Cile. wl- .:bh rill be published .a l.,rhcomg. pim- males c.:.nip..ris of every kind., espeeitly ob.
SDrug Jad C h1-mlcNeiuceminucau d Elieore. 270, Arch near Tenth o l Samuel Glo er. phll Phel *he fllu r, rnedicnes h ed ,uc- siructions ,r, ] .lions, .- .c.
til b o a Beub.,lmnJtoelp Bvhh i, uck e0." h1I N h r, sF.ccab Idl wt, o p kofllru J from to[.roee n or Sl'i'the!le..le and ,e l, by ceeded in c;,es c, nve o nf en years ,,,nd ng, 7300 TESTIMONIALS Ine been received ,
generally conceived lhat GouJ! i a leridilary nill- 9Lh no. '-., 1835. h -rh ] ".i r- at'bri O .l JOSEPH FISHER, S. ,. corner oelSeventh .,nd where thle mo.t celeb.ted .Pnaceas, l atho- fram il>,.lndush of the highest re -pectabily,.
m eet. I 'dash.wItliar.t u9 r, l, nor in he nh eyreFile awarranted torelynd read the oriffe a l' let.

A! nt I aln abi e o-ig r P l s na," th.eI i t u rodrwed I hereby ccri' fC, .tat fur about tfve years, a Ne -York, Dec. 3, 1633. apr --dtf a Bu,,:.n.,,d st. Phil. hcans, &c. had f.,leiJ. C ll at r. sStore, and d teorigii et
h iydsbiuh-.iinE f ,r ieu d ancolS turut, s ed decly er he Mr. A. Jyo u, aLne, LEIDY'S let-, all pr.inr," the extiaordtnhrV powers ef
E "4''EiP E" Sr--lear.i, of:: <"'our, ir,'lubleVe,all 2x, C'H-- DYEF'.S. M edicated arsupnriilla. Dr.Brunhlhse P cl+ine nteto hn~ed si ot
builr, ceo.e i. r^ihhcri~i~p, odbe;-.b',anacn- g[e-, le.,dei-on th, bak parL of Uhe neck, t d iTir-ill~asndunio o ureinv+,uabot Veiorarle F--H D*B .. fdc~t rn~ la r B,-ton.l,telhsP~lneter lo-.um dtheoofislth
Al l ofl whihe'loo l, nor b' s bile oor r, t he,,pirro real h Cu nty,Pa, have b e ,,r,] ilt ti t i .I,1d the ize of in a u rl. e 1f [.," c r tiln it tndcinpr oeu ,iJ the imlt a c,.n eneratdnfnid lo ii"n bole' Trh he -- in l'ae" f*r.-iI o, th pll-,t h it they we re s in ihe rigt, be.
nert nor x thbeI hRec f~,ue ."s m y nuppe.r--inpFlip sortral r, nialho i haduaboyc -to uea ndgde pr fn fini e C lho ,lc o f a heEa r To-C ,vir y -da l es F.P ] W hr a [,F'L, i! ].% C O. pnr~k ,S os:ola, mbledicine,, (fomther us+edof l hc a uen se'h tilhe re nsnotileei. lss la'ou nyd: lhe r il-din'

lUtlorns pret d. /L ~.v^ l'ound nmr.,;=-.iubleLOe lu ,a' ,ft t" l l,?"' ",ha p t,,,,,ges I dv then omde LOn g ri.ul +llr tar ti r, g the Lend ioh i by G'n duti, o' e "* .",-'" St 'O". *, hav tL l*, nu to nd.- lla, co, i ne winv l, l, ie r rmeda ale llillee1 onee iy fran le e
r.a~al o r ro heie p~rcltnce. ,, l an n [r^.r p[,iles t"'" '*]] l "*", '"'llt t>" ^ .c*1c hi'"n". cliio 1, f, E -.& ^iR~ u eie. k ,"..n tin a ~lei l j ~ -
.N t absurd tho.rie. ha ie elc., broached, m G in ceJ ed to apply to a hnd rm H. Norras, whi o uIner- d* as ell on s pr iale receipls and afll to apiieaiir- if i lbrm tbe Ladi.h. s and G,:nUihoe en or hil.'th- r a r
S Rain the cause lo l', di.le. lok, and, nc o a sh ut .p.ce of h[e--ard cano rid. nc. n effect. She c cmmencedyour'O,lard d..Iphi, that llee- hav' opened a rne. c.tablishm ot Rheunmatie affeclons, Cariees or diseases of Alwho gh Dr. B. has" enunerab ed y neamre
.' H slightest herid o,.r .o i n.i., h. smaller in t,, el ,ng tihe s lu, c.%.r, of the IlSumTur, with buL lit- 0o r.pid nlas lh berfi, r.ce .,l f1,, i ,h in iJIe l,r d ir,y, and til.i.ng a.!l lan[ .7 ,:.oIl red Wu ,:,le Sciori ul,. Ery..,pea i, the bones, the abote dipeases.eb iE r. everthf elesStof opf i.o
a.u ltr.tler ..may-be .iuu ed,. ,e trlhing coot! utl.c- lle pair,, com[,letely extracted the .cancer, and course of tto neek" ir hair beenme perfctl' Sillk and Colton Goods to an, clour. Alko clean- Liller o" the No.oe ald Tetter, and bre.kinug with his grandfather, the lale celebraied Dr
I-AU L R O S a lo -i h I l t L L ed o t e d r or.i a+.'c i l' to i at l ohe roo l ealso n ew Hr m de Tit,.I .SIl s,roat,. :

Josis,.*,bhcr;t i.s nece..,rs h.. rrep,.r ',,n.m Jeah' haled hp thel .:.u d. About Lree ironlhs ro arnr..I m ,1 t herlohr n n e i m and remov.n la;n s..,n M,:rino and S;Ilk Dres,-, roat, olt on the face and m. Branlrethu h ai l he re r sa only, w e dsedi se l-
"/ { 'lthin .ol 'tritne uo h ]ifwe. w;l-hl t p--revitnt avany el.,psed, and.,not the iehte-li atpprehen- r,- ,.o1eyuan lhe ub ieom ah a Coats. 'arpct,, Table Cover_, Ga .e Vetl, &o. eLeruus .sol of the body of dry or wa. an impurit of the blood, which by impedng.
Noedr.'eein.,;4 .re .~tionS. ,v "h hlid plcto oWII 1.Nt -n hn .. ..lcnslahi Leoh etii sif %slaetl ril o nipiilpbi o ForhTe iealbe ii-td niLeils~C1aSaeo lbli~ tdsfeigta l

e. 1 -aom int heu roRt iU f..r,.d, l ake away the -:n o aho r,.:Lnr, oW th e com fl.,in, Ilee fbee Idgnme,%r. You re -.ctfullv Merino, Callhmere, Crape r. nd SL k Sha.I ls-,a clean. body, l tey pustules, the ciculan on, brings on IrnLRamation, and eon
produin -au d a fre .drta e to r,. give t,, Dr. No,,,s the fore.-r, e ,ertlFsc.fle. JO6LPH KNAPP. fd e6-ual to N,.w, at No. l;3, C ,;A lan-:,. c zne d ,cur \Vhie S ell]r, g;e,Pi rso, S ph ailh, Zues, Vene- ;.seq ,uent derangme t in ihe organ or part.
ture, which lIl rid lellf'ofr, erh.cl mnire ar.eelh- Nov. 13; l.]3. E-LIZABETH |ANKS3. New York, Nov. 183.3. above Front, Southiark. Dieea.es of the Liver rueal. |ile.e such imports of-lie bluodselllep; and
To..THEeGOUTYuRHEUMATIC, &c.u.till day nf totyou sept ,1-d-1,/ .nd1Sirrlpe, ',ni n fle hera t hot.t Iak thraedi-perlutteum' ap eara lc e .moi'h hst

ly, since, as I r.-,t, lIe c ,uo.r ,hi.:h proJucei ,t Haviigc bo:n i,.r.' aiq,,adrncd wiil, the sub lu.t e u o l af e hte ler e F"ro of-statl n to you i r.'p: 11 d ly n k" a n f thit r. is tihe differen t appearance vrhi'ch this
has'no longer id.r, nce. It mighl bt. flear-, p.r- scriber, Mrs. E. Banks, I I.ereby citty Utal thhe u tle oarloud pci of .th dy and Anpriall disease, aiin from implirlies o1 tinulrmaion or derangemeni put on, that hay^
aps t|at I miN lt drive bick ^,In attakof hd char-. e Has sn- cotcl o "rfed. "le. I .^ c I e r; H rp l the Blood, from ing tiscrn, sLons and imprudence. caused medical men ento desigya -ucsih .napl
e uoh h opTn. entl o pl adove nh are tileoie re pet orrmcdol JohnYt urft y.Dr W. l ei t, heM ir,"of uni aac'oe e, oteHr, r ilfth bo

il icomu ad i rp a n"ru e or di a 'l er, c e i' IOM AS JACKSON. pre e ,'t tle har Iron f hlling off, and I ,,s induced n lle, the "?ninud"'cious us ofe. ,ith are p.t o "ncesb.y .v imu names, bdi t wi ch are in.fa o
a painwillm.kh Is rapperance in the fleremn Philhlelphia, Nov. 19, 1835. dec 2 lo purchase a bottle for m) daughlerthai had ben a s Quinine, Arsenic,.etc. only heme d with re oesarr
tie, w r,.uil hn-e rn L.. i, I.h ne i lcni ciher i, c Ior th," fl ].cicd wilh trhe, sallru,:m, oa n her head I'ron h r in- i siola (Joan Xf A s a FIll and Splinr Purif ier Of the Blood, lence Dr" 'm. Br e.id l.eth WaI s o at.5
in-u oseardcunrg in mecl in theheli d ,srnd w t wll l auuh crilan,"e which i' l .1 anr., and caui.d her. bi ar greatlli} I obl s to i'k shi' mel.cir, te ill' be lound invaluable in carme '- sf i nced of rhe truth oss above a nk epiee alndt i oy,
aiteolp"fcinh of ther to rem^ n, c ourifie i f of BaepaltrA tSNYDERE i he dir, lidnd .which tls e lle thari i ol i Whin olt'0,'ois humnis, rpre1 ,eincl. dn o e lnaid-.eiie'
counes so Sm l .s thI .,l r.., ,d h iTch ie could leALleft her head and new hair hia made iis appearance, tl =[he Fromp one' bollce of Ihis Medicine (which 'ith nrumenus prnts composing the VYeg lby l
easily surn.6oth, l i li Would only pa c lle rion lo an l'1 feel it a duty I lowe lo ou and tlhe pnble 'o e -S Sa csss but one dollar individuals are in the h.bit ringdo. m: his object being to compose avmelre
rinciple. ,makitlhc ackcnoledkinrei. orWhe good of th. oil | p of pu-chasing it, and manulfcturing therefrowm cine whihh should at unce purify, ahr- protdf
Let us pass in reie lf the treatminl ir, u,.-ai;nst a d believe it to give generni satisfaction wherever one gallon of Syrup, failed by some Sarsaparill., by spe, ic action, a removal of all bad b
pnm p ol JACO-mB trasEEE.,.:- -e-ice m-r'"b are calle't rlta*prb., tt iI tsd. J L .l1 AN N Buit- H. Atlssevea n pu r .*- n S S r- Consm ption b rh oa Chol ,ndi vge
.ral ugtese, rs a d isn. s a Ing him t he ,sa clausee, .'I- N l ork, August 7, 18 E1. P O nTT ER, Spa%';i 'eC.1iC .e.. E D h i' | e C-I nf inhUdcli Ofat e use Of sulhla edi.
I .di1 "coup peliseh I lr.ethro arip anluen:e to hd ThrWIto rAi l thai I hae u eIr.d n Mr. Jones' _r. )R BECHTER'S cine, such humor are sure tobecarriedd ra i-a
I t of I the pain, ueless calaplamsu. anrd general hrO\'S Antil-D -peptic EI.xir, having a s liy 'V'e Na.ll_6 Hair Ol gand prefer it to any other ,.ow n, Pe lllad.O u ghSr P rF li'atiVe the IlIood assume a st le or puri.iy &., wlhobvera
bathhne. The v.eaknes br,.ua ht oni b, the .ant ea s .us,,ni.ld ls c,-editl, h. ed.,l' increased ,,, uWe W.r l reSoring haisr and prevent ln il from fals|H,,, U 1 trI lp takes Ihese pllls and perseve es with them, will
el'l. o ndict!orlseLMOinmy i-. clifabe s alhlt ouOp l evs n avee ii, i A umedlcdne n uahmblet o. Fani miie, nd S u fall. e, BiLf~ htD.L W dSllali, y riund reth fo~v.'.nd--

6.tnourishingieroddt..Jltroy. th J.:.ep:opurbisthen cor, l h,: d r uence ,non] ref, ut,.on f ar the l t e t r..ee r.r l Lm n rl.;s,: slhe h,,i so tfut ur d-'rt, an' ne dnhalua lt o. sF m l s "*d a11. bes sibid that Dr. W iIlam Br ndrelh full wil-
prescribed, .vhich render.-. ,e b,:,,els c.:tive and fourye,, wihhou.,,e-spaper pulfir,-,,evidence peured an wh of llirkr tre ins sn pdsns labnrmg under aifections oet he B.east rained hns phitlnthropic object, itMs now an A-.
aggreLates the pain. Bat.hera, the part rma is directed of u li.cl ni b,. 'ound i. the consiJtaort incre-e me. and ungi, rsuo h as .l, te and known fart, that every disease, source
toollly the paroxtsMsnen6tingslillrmoreto ang- of eates in different places throughout the \VII.LIAMi HAINES, Jr. Minature Painter. f Conglhi, C-olds, Aa-b lPain on the breast and ther it be in thehead or riie-feet, inL he-br Ci
mcntibe gen-Terai "*-aknea. r""ioi') now s-- premine-- nas, Ca tanhrs, In- side, or meanest member;.whether it bean outward-
,.e tthey il chnr, tdera Lheal. orlin O Ily L~c r iol;., nowthat le l .r..d ind.'nl s abo ut re l,I r D -- au 2 -dtr le A -i,'cot,:nps t" th "[r1es1 U ],'i,.'.i.

I Thisnalvahs the r ,i h nli. ia. ,eri. T heM rolim ict s-i.h propoheotor th ks 1 I, i ns duly to! J.P h lig Olll ci t- ote Tr d Un inafi d Bfiuen bs,\ ot, i s r, I otnenofbreath sa n id ulcer, or an inward-abscess;r S are all, ll ougx,-ari .
tioo.. [ rep ll ,o n...t dr Jcnd .. oc lI,:.lr i t r r r,,:,nt; call the t. tll I tiat class of Inval i- il, .o i r" ,' OOLLL.N DRESSER hru. Bdlim,.re, o rth s t :eh o e.'repect FIly n 0rr, .a,,d rh-thg htt, i 1Thuich arrest ot ,roac- sing from many causes, reducibre- to Ihlns onn
but I w;i l ad.l.l : a re.in,..n ,i,:lh per,,a,:,. has who are autTerr, etler form a conim d c i ull informthecilizens of Ph-l. ; 1 d S g cs mpt n grnd fect, namely, impuo mly nf bloodnf r ealotie it n
tos.uekd mie tobe ot he .'ii:t tl lu ir, all thti i I pepskaoranyof he inlfodhchory smmp oms;Eeueh aoelphini, lhat he ha" opened an. establihohment i ts m Ilt an ilhe mut re aonable term.si:d I For a long tm lsme this Med.cine ha. enjutd' I all cases they will.be found a't, safe and.
,,ervous drulrder, vl-u,:h Ji,'e lihert.:,p,zzl,.d i| as geoe clle.bi;ly, w..Pkne. -, fl.l,-" enc. los n this cici, and inteinl(s ensubiclii tle ahoie nu me mui rea con m e r on the -fpd no"w.th--tnl- simple remedy, yet all po,,erful for the reudov.al
tCInb ,te

facildt. Tne se* men ,""*lI b. regul. ,t L.,y th p of appetite, sour eructatons, aridtiles of the branch of bus.,iess, such a. cleaning and drehE. lhos wlto mnt i-;,,or, hrr, ;tIhe hrC nm .onage. .nf the thrsouS Inmtatiuns'/I il, and ,he sedrlth of'disease, whether chronic or recei'., HIfectaous
spe o, tlhe p at Ine pclur O..tl: he mry 1, ,i ne a .,toma ,, co1t iveness, Iead ache, a i;,udni ce, fiatu- in gpnilemen's coi oan pal.,laloonf a d vesia &c. *p msRn K rRn t he1 1 ana'Me bilom he serv l.ns nge and worl s ueed bu ornihernvise; sn and e scLhat makes the ,particularly
n waLier L Toa t erHn and b-aprolhtoe ,uu5io i t ,ilicsa n, sc. The Gernea,] Deple .. 11.e sub-.crbiel r llatices himself that this s ,,Iem Lvoris itel, No. 11,2 Nurt Si-thl- st. he Proprieor cn hhis direcl,.,s ,nil atlertie. 'aied for thiscuntryis, that there is not l
erdn Lto hils taste. S Ith be ,ring he and Aoncv fpor te Untied StaLes is at No. .4. annrt fail o meet encour.gemenO, as there is Ow n 17-. Jrn ments it sil "ntinues Io be employed uwith sigh'est ]'S-blly to cold ]hen laking.themn-in.
attack lhe dlesh I them alkr arinsmleand al r'..c n,,rthl Third srre.... Phillel ...l-nS,,- o.er like ii iJ this cih. I a e Ehe elect anIodiminished s Iccess, And con Lit a increa; in deed lhe Sylem I absolutely less "usc epblU e
__ a lsu-mi-- omp_.iohn no ,ar4 JOHI N R. S.LE I'EIll Po, Proprien. of r.li lhe colors life an, luslre to the Fresh, Fri-tsl SpI CS, & demand. ,'Upwards eo on od one tJousnd bol s of cold hen under nd their i,-fluencc han.a ny
St aware io Ti b = ohtc edt, that .- rin s mm a Is \hen it was new, ith uout ll ess or 1 F l EL,_Pru .,._A J _ond Ciar ,. Curre rs I '"ving been sold in -this ci 'y aone du ,ring e other ,m e; lher forea n this cinhte hey are
di-nish d.in BAtERS SP CIFIC F Rn BAKER'S SPECIFIC 'OR Len ,e -:rmll, and by Mhis makes an old gar- nrFD,, v'rpln, Parid Piaichel, ri'd Aprpl,.- p-.1- iintlr. Price fil, cel tsper bottl,. invr luable Neither do.lhey require change of
dim in hishday nrin ovothedctho" ~lueeve; bcarry Iven .- .oFetidLe',PleCsi~ees.2

nw.r that Lh.: con.quent ne.r...s hurr.ic h he Ctholera aor'u a d Bse o wel men| re's,:mblea new one. It m'.y be -ell to New York Drnd Plumbs a superior article for --- diet or care of any kind. In Englnd, these
patient into. the chronic Etag ,:, uho 1i i ll uF.n u 0 t- state t h1t tip a r=,r, haS ,ie v.as,,t-e oleal l rud iSle, n.,Al iu au lad,,m nt 0f ; hole,, raii n.d T o iliC A n (t-D yrp ep p ,ls e be rn e o l mvr i cng roe r y o m a y
gamsay ny opinion' The unp-rnlellel success which has attend Olhers inlnestor.n the colours of f.ncy cl,,ths, ,Joh^trent ul .Fa.l yGroerie ,or I- t-nlhe i tit Cordiial., marins ,d h e-,kllo,,fs foved rerartuomiFa e .nrey
Advice. in all easn e ofp.ins and cu he?,e v .ethlcr ed the u xe of t,;s medicine tlh in, ire.er, l, s, ,e3, cl iet a nd mulberny, tined whhe Temperance Tea .tn e and F;amily A l.ipt ed to the whole trd ;n of d;c,ses result- m1ae heahl w ohene very ,n"eraroi rom n ra-
i c ronic or ammatory cai., can be had ol expelieice in i u ci:d4.of en thousand c .seo, )th the -_,n, c n be bright do t ,e ri of.hi. N o, M a.keat. ab u e :m ndE ,TIMONIALSrn. cb
Dr. IITET, ',a- full eid ;i a ded, ie i repuBe s.;on as he m',o, colou'.,nd beauty. Orange-drab, th',t M sai n th d--- a'eSt. abthe 7"tlb in fro m ant L cnne ed v'h a d urerd o- occurre d.
No. 35, Pine tr.c, n1.ar .ooni., Phld. el ,i;us emedh ee ld ,Dthe abuve d. ac, eSen prevent fm e 'er stng UT S -. : to ver, Stomch and interns. In many cases where he dreadful rivagi s 'o
ordmteeW 11 .. aDain, \ithIout going Ih'ough the hnjul.ous pro. mny.ie b B.TLD\ N & COLfONb.o f e'Gerl' d L,]iy or Los of appetite, Cos- ,uleeration had ld b8re garment t ah'one, a.nd
ChSiHlS alSld rd erVO.S, it ,.s not failed In one cse in rlhuildr'eJ tn ce-s ol re.dynag., and no eh'ar charge than IIlt ISAAC WOLw w'aknes.,lteartburn tiveness, Sour Ernc- |there lu all appearance no human means ccidL
JOS'" 'EiOceTABL "IONIC, perfol a cureiah.1 lme, e;ler irro tcl,-g.. L.dies and gnileme wnuld S N 3 Coates' street r ad bou o. n n ... s. b.nsi e l, b nlieetognio bhho u- o
WL ARRANTIED super,,"- lo e~erv' other p Lsi. o e,;h'n.P or2 c cpc. otlelel gveths ..teP,.;cead f her in j aov F'.r P.eepl. !'h, 'Tadce, J elln- ... Riv tils s-toteaca aml d ing diseae hwoin bee co"mp^ ie- ln^lret-Lentad-diou cc. sd
rT medicinis now. ,,n ue, f,.,r theierure-of l.cb" g:ndl' .. .. curei4 or 5 c..,. For sle does rno-pl..e llhem, thawr nio>,e.y shull be ire- ^ pig .~Bl~edn'l ec~ii end Top~ d' 1" To th ."' Int~cle eolsq^e o the poaci an ,"a e angber m lnet ss.ov flBra-ncrd
Chills and Fe Ler:, or llhe h lne- mtlenls o the W hola le and Re il. dl, b.. fuIed Cn-.heo hrr n s Plsid. n L c n a T h dce fur lle C ne ue e or he plea snne so f t eil*
low countries; athlumr a second cl.,l, aid nerer H. E. WAALLACE, '< C.,. Drughs,, T he sb,.,cr;ber pledges himself lo, fulil 'a1l DDra, '"f eecuted on the mos. reashle Ed.ua! and Pe.rma,.r.! cure ,-, D'+pepia roperaton, aneo thea lie nro generally being re.
> third, occurs after the pieni hlascomnenced Successor to Villiam Baker,) No. lo, Wori th he abr;e, m ntlh pinctu.los, and despatch. All ltr~ns. 'nP- ? .dopeaino be mtre iloan ngron ralvehbiti (mere.
king it. Thi medicine, composed ol a variety 5n St. i 4-dJ murder of h.sle will be did.patched in 6 hours, ,r p. ..-e-lu] h, this mela hie be ,i h re ds ue rn einvepon the hpur-Oi,;-
f lthl e most useful merlicital herbs fil und in th e sib c,',ber is en-bed by this system to ,ake ---u AcLY c rs u he o. sth ri .amedrt rnedbcndinrYfurs pedi ngmeovery p op er teB
tdie vegetahle kingdom, ncel apport.oned and ]lra Uifat' "S less time tlano any other. I liS ..... th DepIra hs .andtthors.ious_ affectionsor thion of profs'c d similar import. Cases may oc..
^ .Hi< _.,--i .ne .y. .1_.. cific or.e'e ,rv d is- IR DI C A. L HI O U [S E t '. l orders wl I be punch iually attended to, het....sjii b ea cs b ncen llasid die T ,id f "u c S, io si ,re. c'.r we rein 1 wtllr b ir y proper to ake twenty
ease, as nature and art combined can produce, O.35 Pine bt. ihree doors below Second, anagfratelully receiied, beltics being nuqurchased^ by i? ndjivlduals, tl ifre- alr e'.6n thirty or more p1 lsethis. m*ui be canal
ease asnatuean rtcom ine canpl'd-cI i' 5 'Pne "t three doorsbelowOUscendar,,erttelo lyrncui d.

and being i." liquid t e, i, me p.l,,ble p ofor relief. Pthou Mec,, or Cop .ve, in J. P. WOT TH ING-TO N, quni r rk.il r by Ph m t ciled w h rJtere casto highly infl-ariatoydisl
and oper'ilt than ihe celebrated HIgiean Pill. a se,.y shot "time. Tlhe Doctor mr,, be con. No. 30, R,-pberr. Alla), between 911, a9 d 10th anSl P E A R L ft PJ,) s:trh' [o u'try, and ABra'herenth's ls eptPenteorincedo
it. resotures to actiril, ine*Jlh, and igor, the sited from morning until eleven o'clock First% house from Spruce sreer, ne~tsile, nr m ln r stanlhs ho e dcm en As Brandrelh's Peo s peeven scurayncpaire.
contiuti;on enfeebled u, nd debilitated b) stoma- night. Opp..,Hte PoltcoB ihiMs ho kndoerin o-f,,le inner hdas t the m die becnn- and trel conseq runocesin segomf shulen, antda
- chic disease, some of the symptoms of which N. ". Patients are reselved as Boarders in Recommendluion.-- e the nldersi.-ned Mer- j|nt|o Prc u d oJar per b othle, dithout trvhem, n orde to rgnesornt so.uld, Iot-o.
dizziness, sick headache, achdiiy of .lomach, Ii.ls estabhshment. ianglT--dtf ch,;n' T';Ilors, h*vebeen in Ibiei fe.. tol rbot..ler ln.even oc.1
u -,cio..doaRhemIes Econon.y ani Splendouae. sof ichDrcB n r a: Ag esr.^T. E xiuennwifdthisnieicn,
I u.rstile Gout, J.n ce, I DIvWfiep1sis' i,Rhus l Oll in a nd ui. p.coflaelldcosd ll" er -lofeuth foir ItShe dd lconfim encceum'da h- a'ilwn eke~ 'ntr l ot.saeat Rei-at foi [einq aile ., n hc -Lent'helh/tepol i

t tism, Cholera Mob.s,, and ,. a safe and cena;n Steam Renewing and Dre.ing Establish- mer, d him to the aliens o f PIhildelphi"; or man,,fctln',:rs' pose_% niae y A e foblr Taled it gipaai dai y ree th* ic we ensup heali+ lo n .he "M, o
IVrfnifuge. No Imil, should be witliout t. reht elsewhere, as ah in.ustl-us, sober, and u crli H. r.. A uahl _- i"imedicinalapreparation, daily pres, : theirestates ; -
N1 il~i' Panacea, I Hr- SUBSCRIBER r, neifull ]mn, s ndl r.eet in his business. icol S -,le, 2'7, Atch st. arel d rurou Chem- b ud by mnny ol our mot. respectable rk ph-dicidns CANCERS.-Several cases o. cpre crt l,
iphi 1SJ,-_,eHuai DrydF.n, ] Jamei Harley, LE ,. iirarid l-,r I'O"nJr. holeslDrN v lbrubu5lheNossci a n thd ccnt Bdre a kio s it tl 'e.e oduieuin e..is ,,cedl an. ifpercvepa e .
T]ir article, in ,many respects, is superior to hl nsfriends and the public, lt he continues Halzemni& [--unt, ,, Cofrfanr ALEN. FLLER ITON, Jr. Wholete Dr1g- ae madluu in. lreieacon'p.n tce diretikos with t ledicn..s uirOsed;,-- P er e nance m
-, in 0 o t nu d 1 ci ee r oula qr his Cle anin. ane d D en sin- t abh h m ent,& daot noe ,t o ,Oc I tS, O^b r n snl.h n
g't.eral]y; rnve -teate Ulcers, i mercur al cure- \We'st side ;h d or tb l, F er st.. r6 T a l merchants C H.L-B.. .DaRa Priee Fifty cents Bottlerc.. .. Brookyn r, th, i ls diseased
tions .:fii ''. ;1, _,- -.a u, u-d %q.'einer rrreer,.sh
he 'r, il b e nnDT --.n, ur-),ed aa'nd'd.. .- th. .... ..a ,' E l ..pr.. .bb e h d z n p i wn bnuavneeolto* Ine LIshat
clean poouf .. \\r c e c ., o",S oi alll l-b/i ngs one s n, and e nexnt
F+ o ve rtab "s u o ts c u r .ut e -f ec s i f. o rs, o r ......E ,_, y a, pe c u lia r m od e el n nge so libera l ye .'iended to h im and to n lL, Lhe p u b hle ene rallv, t ail he'h nsfo r sale, aoutr ed a perm anen t a n d et ectu ol S pecifl fo r T.. .. st e t n e- d o bt s
i mov e eiteSthre. R otti. whih e.eds heT ake nwayn thhaun'u3,e d ,d i t Ve .0.. 0 iis. G iE, IhSt q, .htay, r Fe edr an, rA'ue, Intermittent and Remnttnnt ...h nonhe, -.r. Ago;i .en .
+r'ml~~~~~ ~~ -" Wh" ', V6 a' ldm eni'tPgFwhexratPile%-nd oSte) ptln o ~ ueqaledan ,Ziuese. .._"' ". '- "1 rfl-Seornsor perart;Ioen.

Sn T r, ....... T' l n; stains, g rease, pain,-, tar, & c. Cwarranted no lo U ra lleng e B lack i1t0, --. .. .d oLtd d u .cFsrs, at highly iernriceable ,n thle Brlack 'l" n'.'a t "" ,per box, w iili f ul di'refl 9phg
S D r. J. C.trpule'seElixir. Hae 9n e, .trnbet e onIs An arc e a h hse o r, e iseon edsdo r l hh Black
__ *, .t.aip C b. J. =app .ar again; his .,s'-.ni. be'" entirely different cl hi h.s blindd he preference suptrnnen a n dn isernOn nano reh a ions crbe toe ,'l1 7 Hurnrn' nl, T 'phos and.. Yull.v "ever.' h ur't r" reth's'o ces J tr._ te salO,. o
71. 4 edicie hasbutsi mployd thrughou
FOR the cure t oerCholer, mo ibon.,, darrhoea, trm that plan practiced by hoPs' rop sin ,ovr every olero ba ck ing in the s eout31 .r.a" v........ ... s ." icls he i. Th. nen ine haol ben emlo0ed througout _boee pllSa, aFat 187 Hudson trett, o W.i
dyeniery aid summer. cominlaint of children, to be Steam Scourers and Reo iarers in this talltene.Blacknt i.n i en eeual p'reervatie .. s ree..ed at Me ,e p rT & C.. the di'eent Fever and Agne DItrcts in the Lin. Broom street, and No: 1 Spruce sree, '
.. .. .. .... ... ... ,on nthe eatr, rieononm I. R L~eea s m uch O l a o .l n j der ar kete "t. ed a M 1-B R O N nO "o s u" e sa I..: ,
In this last mentioned disease, whclh, during the citrv r. n .n ss No.- i M ke St. epil te ed States, and .te.co, wth uncommon success--- ork5. : ...
: narmi phon is ,so prev.Alet -among children From Iis long auaintance with lirs bn-. Change Bun in ar composition. ever having heard of a .ingle lUure. "GENERAL-AGENTS.-Mr. W. -A
.n~ hic~o l^-l> s~e|,,|,e i~l~of-,p,,ai-,:allengeS Be iif Br.^ nclacsn nstil*Sritly ifr~ds-d ko the mos Price One Wlai per Botfle. 169 Race st. next door above Fifth, ''"
w. ic is"a n ln ie tch.-ge, I e l mse bills oi la it. -, .neissand hal inge .xr er 1tl no e rl i Be t ulilul ury. L nriinn dri, a tarllsnt JL Bck Po- Price One Ioli r per BoL ,le.. 169 Race st. nex t door above Fif th- anb" a d
t,it isvari anted to ford amredin e ad cer. .ten e s hi" ielf.,, h at the hI h rl oe" Ila th eulluli o virtue. in any 'eed's Restorative El.ire tr Females p us on t hidelu .Banulh o6uopr ee'la d'-
The above nedicnes :re prepared a I rolcd p rs i 'sad mrably calJca latpd toglve ah el'- iclin.ahe% warnm or cold, dry or humid, and-nre -En 1" Inf. obnr Bo 111Ill leds) repu u k eva, Ontarro co.N, t. oee"^ Swdir '
rh 2bt)'% ze ,Medic~e', Ae ,' prepared a,,i, ,old inl-ll-it b og"otc %alfutdcen r n
byC. Joyn, at .o. 8 C'urolltun square,"rt-Te ntl aa. o e nd ls "a presrve mould'. ". Ll te worwnid t'LeidsCh Laborature nbe o, d PouhkeepsieN. Y.; .C rr, idt eWrt
J by --.-' ... "-.. .o.her i- them during the surter se on, from mrnoths : Challenl e Blacking_ i I polish a u' blo, ,o ,he ,des,. and he a ntur othe Conn., J. B.Snford. P. G ,.
. h u ootT-ache Irp 7, Fi g n Geitll..e _mand Ladies havinsnd, mesajoled, i ,er offeredio thepublic ,gen .r h Por i al m i n ach- mayl"d .t ./ .. I- ,
A Burni SaCe, &c. ,x i' dtF .o otereis-injured, would Jaid it o' great ad- CtriLL.ohe BLAC id1, eidy's Hoalth, Enporinm, 3 dtlow Vine '. ,.at.
"'~~~~~~~~~~~kd' H-......... ,. ~ et-isrutb lprea VLit bi~,bloVieal ,+. l't A 1-oh+ur~se 15jjC.'. =t..e
w. .. .. .. -- vantage, before disposing o F, or la.ing iem r To rhcapilunlJe, 1 iJl polish the boot,w ill pre ne'Drg.Sbre Lo b d beow 6ht ANTeD typurohBe r til|1. S te
*0 1 OOK F FAMILVY WOR IflP j or Pray.rp aside, to call and examine the Varoes speci- serve the boo [, vill *ave man6,1l labourr, yill inva- ......... d'- corner .t d;7i .s. o r in the eIty or Liberties-tlt eimal.m
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