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Title: The Pennsylvanian
Uniform Title: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. 1832 Triweekly)
Portion of title: Pennsylvanian for the country
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Mifflin & Parry
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: August 4, 1838
Frequency: triweekly
three times a week
regular
Edition: For the country.
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 9, 1832; ceased Dec. 1855. Cf. Checklist of Pa. newspapers.
General Note: Edition statement: <May 3, 1838-Feb. 22, 1842> only; later issues have subtitle: "thrice-a-week" or "three times a week."
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 4/5, 1833.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 12219898
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System ID: UF00073838:00001
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Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832)
Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832: Weekly)
Related Items: Dollar weekly Pennsylvanian

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[By MIFIFMI & PARRYity No. 99 South Second St


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UNITED'STATES MAIL LINE NEW ARRANGEMENTS. GUSTAVUS V. TOWN, DETTERER'S TH11 GIRARD "TaACT
... ttttt aan ^Ban-j Three 8ines for W/heeling. PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL ./w9TUREI HMa1SD .SWJI ". 1,0!FE INSURANCE,- FT, AVDIO'.Orz
U. STATES MAIL Card and Job Printer. AMUTY AND
_.? -^ 1vBE ^lM Y CHARIOT LINE for No. 2 NORTH SIXTH STKl.T NolCe (0 the PlilXT. PHILADELPHIA. tilthe 8thdayof Augu
,. --- ^ olr,+'nan i 71 Wheeling, Cincinnati, Second door above Market street, Philadelphia, N tad delivering at its statto,
~' ve, ....o... -New- Brun-s and Maysville-ihiee DESPECrFULLY informs his friends and the "iSAAC DETTERERUlsc.verrandSotpro- Oe, 159 Chnutst.
T- -i ,Pi t, lKnt o rk, /A MI.R Only- public general thaty, --he ha commencg light onL prveo oftathombe eC pia
.. .Ml,','B,,'',,'' Pref..... .... Ne Borm K j ll PAssMeIcnBs Gray-- Itl public generally, that he has commenced the J. prietor of the Vegetable "Universal Medieme, Jlao.tmsk Is oif 300,0ft0 i ik-' .
.tq um- C SOynee, Nn o. 31 south dighr to Wheel.,- above business in the second story of the house oc- ....NA UR.S HAND-MAI," intending to be CHArTaE ,l u a rhy
... [ Ij ...... .... --. -,dar in in 43 hours, (the only line at that speed) leaves Bah,- cupied by Rithard Reeve, Druggist, where he is well absnt from this place for a o8itderable time' has N- E.ivP- A aw t
1?^'^ : a^ olaw ata-, ore, daily, at 41 eclock,-. .o h arvlo h prepared td exFecute Prntnig ol every description, in cofllstituWe and appointed. Gpoile W. e (theI ad S55 ^ T l ,
ei' Mail Care-f lw York and Philadelphia. the neatest manner and on moderate terms. city of Philadelphia, hi sole Agent and Attofey the conTma may ife A.o.p? .Ru Muhosr The ha41 te be
P1 -W i h o n et mi t N WE PDTO ,N evsBlioe Business,- Address, Professional, and Visiting
t ^^-ffi .+-t.... ....nd .e-t -itig to NEW EXPEDITION INN leaves Baltimore, hadomely nn thostflonel* for vending, selling, and utt@ni4g the aidMed leoe s by tle chaer,t.fro.indt or re n .e-
th Beath and geakt.sh CAR^^D S, handsmel printeddoIn the^ most faslow s ab^
....LO i .Pro oe. 0"i All "the ov .... ;,ain Polished and ,,,, in, the U t States aof Av moto)01 c omn bS.^ O
no he llT^f != "gem t o ALSO, N. .. T- -r ....... G... .... 7 i plit -up in
F t W b 82 _00. Printing in Gold; Sdlwr, Bronze, aEd Colors, war- hexagonal bottles with ddubte Outed corners," and t ley I U true. ae s w s
:- G ., RISWOLD, Agent. In, at I o'clock, through to. Wheering in 52 hours. 10nte toahrIihaNufdnSrgteshvn h oloigwrs lduonte.kR hANfaye Ce n!1 no.lw h rbl .l+d
ratedr' w w ~ cct oaCmay oesr cotor adher wegiatty an'- unfadn R brodBightnes hain the folwn wod 1t^e uponA th mies tbno an ofic in0 0 pc btenteina
r. A TIA. 1 A CUMMING, Proprietor, eofA the above Lie by Rail oad to Freder G V.T. willalsoeecuteinasuprihr style, and 1 o
: -- UOfficae, mo. 31 south 3d freset. ick.
;. :: ++ N wit k )o C on gress H a ll. T he sq bs eribe rs h av e -a con lract w ith -th e isi Dt h Ehr e t n u t Tl i TO ERN I G R 311- S-E T ~ I "" A eF o y r. or y. h e Li chd f n o k l p i b e
TIl gBal. Bill Heads,' IHandbills, ,- (< CrE, -, 1 :W side 8inces. TiAbes t or Ic a
~ ~ ~ T I-. ',,, ,- 4~b mWL A Road Company, to carry their Mails and Passengers Cstaloge. isoias NA ....... T
.. ... DOL A) Meoias I1 N11 so 9l1 nh ,dmnsigt

.,. l. t E-ve o -g at o Frederick, and every arrangement has beed made Cirulrs, Stage Bills, ,6 0 4 e h t0
Tioii, PaPL-eeffoatedolpany. to ensure comploy aud regtvpa lail art], cro A N sA I4 D. h oe

... Y^r^^ wvshi -Ra- e oa; Rus .a d toRensur Whe egAla r ity e Nies of Hai-d, Rail Road Bills, "T Fi b0 o bl 1 M i
SAW +--,.. A l"PACKET LIiSeo h ~ reo op ttoed agent.) will at t'*eeks, Steamboat Bills, 30o 1ed .2l iedi m

d eMy-I "iaflna *P -I UQ1- all ime be prostp at the oilowing places, viz:-Bal. B i e Ia^Bel's etc of ttL Way B. t 6 1 3R 1 5e i5

Tloiiele... ~~d~r~ua~o. Fos:-apl Jat the Geea Stag Of.fi .. Bar- of CaehlBge ._c etc. B, tc. ", th tibe w0l '. J^ flohc
4' 0 fu'Tt ---. P'.t;+. T.. 0' ...... R 1 G A t.i~m-orm Frederic*, Hagerstown. Cumberland, Union- ilsoLang otTgP, Unftesa ,JS.w..- 40 1 5968339
# ,. -*A *BUZZ D-M AND... A ....... ... Bill of Laig Clt Tegr PH I6 LA DKJ WI4A.. il"
.... *..._,,M ...e. ,n.Waen d ehn-Policies of Insurance, Indentures on Parchment "DICOV RE p 183G.A
+' ll: i lMe Every Morning at 6 o'-. In addition to W'hich, Travelling Agents ara' spe- 50mhe dioa h9oin i
is. Phieof lhadelphia,^S cialliemployed to pass constantly between lingers- Ihlnkphon, ol 4e, d Deeds,r 2e5 2 ,1d, am Harrisburg aav-R towntaikd Wheeling. All abuse* or irregulariCL ea Labels, do. do. Receipts. ing the inphe wi lfion, oflge tnat
and tennsylvaia Canai shall b6'prorhpt-y corrected. Pamphlets, Cards, etc. etc. etc. .', HAD -he wAd a wMe. At the thic k
S' A li-kwilitaneleavesthe Broad Strew H^ouse,.Por- For sonts apply at the General Stage Office, Bar- Placards, 0:oor hric Ao2f car per ,othel or bfae

':" ih HmtdV atmeiS^ GlS ofgl ve iry etoned nt .'n"ag e o ne, l :n. sam.e S..d~ 1 O halWandChea-tue rs e" -D-y 4 AI new randr srln-i fllee GEO. W. mo L T rviS quld l gh) toeutee
+ ./:l 1Nw9W jo.A ox of any pravious.line. by ihis route C ,AM D, N &_ A _.B RAIL RO AD.fi. ~ LIN E G itO Z E T 76 T H beng p rp ndNhr Sh b1
: nd Iil ~ beetam pcL-conveinenee, arenot s L .9 O l !' VIII C/he -.p, Ornamentla and Plain Book and Job foloin is and expoilde of the 9tlt
pawed in..the United Sate. A .. -,.Jt 6 o clec/c, .1. NA UREIc HAND-te AID, which to= AJI-l e dif e tsi.imto cld,
%; wi* bef mad by the1 p pAgenttots Cre ndtecet NwYrkhf -bata- ." Printing prai Ouaiywhoitlngpoirton* ^^iee ~y^^nnr adlou~ lew"K1".bl
*? \. ..... 'N .. .. the prop ietors- early i Ptsengers will take the steam. Pii ten 0eg, it a Universal Medicine, and to thejudicious and, '^AVE adopted t o r mf up t r b t
tis line oO1 it -wormy.e patronage ofthe..tr a. boat dew P street, side, 4 doors bblow Pinom tie ki~bd y Ath eageof ly 0x

iaella CaptoaS^ nS^^n No.D: 15totht eset otl' l er'n mind ma ifetse tt-^pca^lt Pia-hn 1 ^ -1 re 13g t!5 owf "r e nd iin8 hatchek,_ tiein ia to b trakenu
DD. S. Cravenfoot of Chesnut sf., PHinsureas W Lollows; viz qie t 0 b be e

matA "orncin 2e00i '^^ ^K^S^^ S Thrdy It p-moe 'es~tto~arn~ar PHLA0IPI 17 ........Dc~lnkt b 3
fft. f-emer of Fourth and CheanINt street, laity, 4t 6 o'elon ,. e ,.. cure.a. o nal ds of d sease. an .. .... i



a.' lnd No.1 EhE nut ... rCo Li e Bordentown, thqbe to both A6 o boy by the Compa .\I//ll -. 1+! exeatton. d o we Ii Qt.? -rIide,,. pl atk .t he fiTO ,,de
'-.. A. t.- uC UmiMNGS, LA gAents. any's Cars, and thehce to New York by steamboat, ar- LI'drin/i+linpurgative qatl ity withouatesen a'ollrl tio ne l A i- -EARS--. A.-u-i .. incmur abo ve deck. pothe uf



mo s fto l the m~~t+. Wae s N. .. cn r ivin Btearly in thealsnen.Brtfo% storaid thennetier s Blte Caaou flu.n8 Paty Batren gth. r,. a+ ....^ 0 ^^^ w.,,.o r+ "'"r .--t etre e linean thpper borteop
,Z+ -c w eni.t;ato-p, -p Putr bu provided on sd.A t.t age of-. 0 p: ,, ,
N+ _. t Of .r..d a -W low -. striae p a ithe P (regul l, to New York, -MSecondly. ItBhasespecifics e k on the hiiteep, 116 11-tr h thi k p
.o1e erth p< 'e.'; -','-. ""- .... e {regular ii W) t ew ork, W, 0. i I an 00 a bladder, ,-d all-the nf.ro o ; ,-,dy, in ope ig .... f s" fo -r t rb -'
Fsr pasie (whic of Broad and oRaee stretslaq Forward Dock, 2 5 a re en ing th em .r .l -- t .. .
,ti !Ltaa N. corner Vine and Broad 1M, iTo New Brunswick,. tad eteninat f t2 5o m o ,, Jedt ,, mI7 ,, 'l Pl h bea ,.elh
war w w-- lt9 .To Princeton,' 2 00 |hir id- t mly. to mptrepr perspin ori,el ausngam o .- ., thi 10 heatnw m ;
.P" L M ANT LINE To F".reehold,. .2 Lu.re upn thesu.rface _ofthe .' + ,. -tt.d







--- 0.1 XDT1 1.1 R G exectoratiod ta a dt dpepart -r Ki oE-N'Tlock TRNTN F.*pcso~tfWadbtvet~nbtoue prts ohelty. It ieon.g-h n Apl at: the off^^dice oob rwta ol~ o~b"wATP
.-i m D. LEECH O.S Line or. Via bor aentown, byhe 6o'clok, aLine oat..s.. w ^+:, -' l wth .f r m." ... f,. and ... HYMA
[M P ^ ^ ?.thea eep l eationof Emigrantse Fare to Twernton, v : $1 00 a F That i hi ne exdap ecuted atthe w .Fifthly. e polthese a-` .bpimiertv Iof-he' +,.mar+"th- f ec SE, th aove d itk copperl
~ ~ ~~rt ,e~ll~ westw ard. starts eves_ E S O E ":- VIZ,,"I sho rtest iwtiqp+e sqch af"Eieaeton Placards,.Atc- highest -sider whether appied eiterna dy -oributr-' MECHlt/.+ A NICrS# 1o 8 .r ,.ep~ oa e g 2 m t
ornin from the Warihoule, N. W. corner. of- EASTO L11- tli on mee ail businsCsas logu i, l ,a Y, n r. ,ir ..- I tmuonool Ppy? ^a "-,y.
"t or Pittsburg ......... ..... ....'0 +"+ .... "ls" Fune l Notice, & &c. B 'o ei leotert -a 0A John^ .+ I, O8 1A l o m s1wt oV L..
[ ^ Cejt'yan bun. e!a~~lk ,fri, g, vi +w[oitl.ao. +FENO .... mtt ad, ^ euyne ,,,. fe'tlyite1r t1 *funeuo h : : "+ / _q Y^e n p .i...ekth; n b te. k dmp~tn
ivm R^Bl lyf~ e< .o Roed stnmoa ,,toDhaiw. leav Chm stee ....on -c -y a~ saref le .. .....enay fNtr' td-ad n M tt J* o^ Jr^taw* fsee oprbi o
vi Pennl i R.. "- ......... anar t C.a ... P co0 .THms r intin --- whole system, inssmullch asyd oehe8.. &fwu de-ee -aneond fom eahoortrak^
T !'atm'n Caren nrfeae U. n.-Cner 3t nd Wilen sirsera .. few~i arivlorpte, ornn ob .... -e FLORENCE, Prractriryl~bch~sanlr Hsgeate, bile ndE : etr dietin ''rwf# lr ppivavvi VAWTA" prM J kv wdaeter;iaon, anpnland" t ea
(T of ^ h rthinOTg~K la~rineoett are fitte upU~ in It Fuod^ ^ tot Eastodnn $300
^ vW dfPor e-oi g' Ne w Hproi eo .56-.- -i aJrf super g.aiHatoo b ieanh me stohedn liion.Pidl ai NoembrctRE P'PT A. tpa4ldekeet ebl
most ct e Wortabl SP.Km .er, an p can cool( AlIlbi#age at ne e.ng' rH, Uri.,.t lie e.:,,. _o 'e..-,h_ ... __th r o i__tL e sna
*ir own provisions, s toes beig provided in me ap o-frei- deptce dttily. mb -TOJ, d .. tc e pub..-- -matl.-rsrilloonJi.ues ti.....-v...ary tet t~nt in iew.tfytur medicine, be. may 1ed6 In ,Oi eafcbeam.will oai ,t,
b o f 1 h p Q "e"-+ r + .. a n y d i s e a se o w h a t e v e r f r o m st h e b o d y b y o i m m+ +i + ,.len j+ .. f s l a e o m e n
-" r e, (whichA ._.Y than by ao oh Am n tem ofa ntelhg ne 11 o th fll y te excretorises.and freein them fre m a l ob. ^lerp







`+ .nQ)VII. :t e. pat1 51 iy anut Street;at tee'l. A H our'. a. tructton, and bya continue purging, or y. its r L Company ALLn mIa VAO S wR Nr y
Eil. fetu- e tepBer of ,W ter an d aut Chea t-,_.,"' '-: A" ,.: to+ ".a"- t Stthe" T h ude0er m inic hor A r lo eashadevy o y descp onnAp ly. ire f r n "ici A nth i stof d







FuiliralI~B-~'n suees HONG ConbaHi.CFI A.K ot ie erl~Tre ehops byepunctua detre minkioofthi viriou, h^umf~fewsg 7aof t~^ V"ff~~
^.'^'f^^^Tv?8^^??^^^~~~ ~~ ~~~ a byli gFneally tbhatdj to thai propere fromM -or Passagesmetf~ad~dettn at^ 41te hof- coll atera seuiy.o ai~makr ev i.Te bc ta
m b m f14 adtf A Agearig'the interBOAave 01een N rl opiG R NCE'ive rold anedte wonher thnre sod-time, Joryin Other wordflsa i~ai natu ii a la l C-nceom, fhuareshatn o ldtevery te e e wi t.:
S M no, in. m pe-- e, der;- "as "e e a nflly receiedad, as ereofor, punctua. r + i i m-of i pabiic for sit yeaa, and theticihei hheain feration,),16nut and will ,effeStuaaly remove .ttlf .l it ie IQ-"t erh and tm ted wolg
.+l irfa~flne M y Linesnde.. .. ...-- .. bl TOa ck crealsera s ae, s 'al re sre ee sur guarantee. sl ful "thers, .ai^ tobarrest t-91 pro ,athw,-Rlstnn, Tho ma .l s fot wo im a re, an
OWU.b~ O.1 AD C 8 AND 81rAGE FO Vx[ANZ*,.wI+z rRg ...L AN o, thbud~ ~ I~uat .. c; iii *a rs .ical purfi atiai,10 4 + i ttiu .. '+ .e.,=
hre argeL,+ ba .. Mnly 16 Mi e. It is a Fad,, T ato they combine e z sd.... on de ino at h .... de-








gJgfrOM in h boi .eo eh "n whJ the tag- Mong eeieadu o ereprdton .iv on "h nie dfi l or fb ith-dae ompdaty's heinge properoew tmrseudlal shfltoiaret dued t suct- sixTae WArFN PP AN-PI .UARRI. mP. pos and ...rpe.. h etluggo ed Thb
nte n ....o. .. .... L ---ne0 soI da n after, W ednesdav, 6th h of, ar e, t M r i g- agree, beasltyt a rd uas^ Appya ...... .... and durability, a a,,r, oDlda hole oft iihnter t PE R A N PAID t t,









Beabv"- ine Ion tnec nt .W we .-it artai6 olock,,k prices to dit't di a Cd that a visMt i s anobjeet to 0,,`pa oneaitmy aicon,..-' vst oe of, .... m ,or ,lhe to d-w n-t bltorether afthjm at
t at n.-aL HiIte E steamboat 'hRo6er mp o riosai Captain. D0oWugl, alf who *a1 othe ful3d sh ofp al.to He, d r me 'yom edic ad. ,he .,.".- l" ^^ n ', amt ; 1 o tim^re
rr, dr era a il Niew Oreas wl" -1-, .leave Qheent tt street wharf eery. morn- I is a 'Fa ct, Thiat I:hay adopted the aab t I.-e;ttle when the-o se w mpo streb gmit of e"o r o 9 ,-. cooledd w ,itehe otles,










thF 60,-or psaea trter offBrad end Io 51 Ch at a"h oe weso eol tato oa ad10JTC a eeygveta Lteso Anns n b ors foemoi h wsal o akVrPo afT lV aW ~ ~ bl~qaeechlnen
S *. the-Deflt, and orner of 4lhd and Vtieannt sireets.fla ,y, at- ins. at 6 o'clock, airivi incby lh e nam fe oar my irat a b een, gant ed o u t stae, oh r e. ". tt11 _rso ce al h ,,,+Ca+,i- p busin..ss oerogr -A.' Cueol a rts of ikn h it
o 6 o elok, A. M. aBL 10 octrel o A M and et o 'c et. e, and aIW a nded co nnpe ctiny With the Bay oafts for "santhble ithx ou de l to than a slow shi idng. I, ow-l ,ning lettr el- f t .. 11 1 t'bvkL'a- a .... to..e, P a ...+" "'











NPl.W e of 3d and Wilo s-ees ad at th "e Ieo :arke Stee Irde ,ily~fU on Thic fii .a o 09Ac tet .Y ulae tlbey -a: taewa o flea e is oe n tei ll P
PfEN YL VAN AiD OHI and 'm.ve iTH f r EN O IEvntti otebyro and theer 7r~ 7rer withinbl Botni Physcian 1BY^0 00 ^ order 0 tk.lhw^^ W~'odBJ ~ B
TrlnlP~ at fhro h'lloB Jiig ofib m 1 't- a' City O& id Distics, *illave Chesfllwnut str etk w .~ l^ ^ Ca71 Naur' Hand-MaidH A r^ fS ^ jr^^^ effifaht ofgaf thead laner Ln
v 1_ Co. 200 are at rest; "* N. o mrir 4th 9nd Pero1110T! F l ok e _R O 10 V~1 Z rLtu andr ztca'ux "w iui sn-*.. ., .. nr-- cv t~iTm r ^(nTtatrA i ^. ,i<
NvNI'Ch-- t s0- arkt;N 83hesnu above corne re im -aar driving ad Beatimore at0yharint on Rot .' blhoe o L. PHa ON. Chesnutu ,---. .. ...... ..., ...al ,,l, eah trk
.'- 1 ., o" o te Cana s (say (pre" ared at oo in D-e 0-8- .*' No. 487 a e d .. .e s -. .e ,-























ftoni+ Isf.jh 15t h MN.c E;. ext) to~ Worw~ar e po.ds afe W hi eAshrCoal 5cents em ornngbmw les t+a .he I :+F.L ^ Rt.~ Of*. ,P r.acHtice, .- r the sr~a-le o tesi : medicine wil +las to ad To PyrmtENNSrYeA N tA OMPN Y tOR +nS dain ter;nfabetofpletoince+
"u s ," '.b at Baltimore at" youe WParf, aed "Nr- a te 'se ,i d o P GR AN T =----- -,ed
charge, r Ac.&, lorok- naepbhed in or hdert ain Nmber CHARpe










T^-n pe g Y &ENtt.(preiorged co ok Iihng lffet) .'+ 0e wer -ne "h same .impression; but-.whenGBhey st l n .... 2 dtf been es...b isJed by g roprietor, in ord er to afletd taug..t.w.th a screw: a chain o
4 -it t.o pro,,t. ,meet wttys. nr+-ma













S I? .J^"Tsl?-^ ". "Z o,'. ,'~, Jroeseph ev a sn 5 M reciets t me w.r Sanw. m y aIhES R EDThe ORS---.itwsh thun'o u pe deet o rn~fenttn I nRTace strets Phldlh a, SayeDeoi t-.o th avng of P Lboradth~f~ se s.thefowranhied. Eafte Iat
ireotednoto ou oArc re iwhf S uv l orodred ;n^ HA th wn~d'B Tn corS or andv .t, atonisin fact., .aond mor ,os o whe theys ^ w s oe h_ ^ ^ u". eh lt Supu onoeudra apescrt fhi hi tyf .t edofb
ha^rge! i po *!e McL...+ Hol.iJohn Nef,(Sogned) 10thA Sn e.r +.+^. y .. te persons rfre oi ylte;bti m~a y eS atbtshd, m Ceroa Va c S Esaea ohe ifull rt ofS legND ineetaehrty l m as g w he proern beadad
.t COtLL Cn. Agent. ,? saw y dau gla h reye fond it w s to d efrmtsof : I ovarious pl- ake respectfull s:1c t w e De spotoraf the arnst of Lore sand the
... = -s ar d e atilw Rae uIdi. 0!ri .ft ;tmn in fe .. .u meinao be.mhm fact, an oes hnte swsm upu f] + y ..
aity-+a at,+ 8 o'lok A. Wo INe AL 1an13 VAROU BRereeneu ajtU 611iing caeo.idsae"bk,. an n- uhr
":'+ .'"MeO ;L C.= P crittb ro. Broa and. ] A' J.%.k .,om R m,,... '",, priu A tJ e'~l.e32 Marketa Sitreeto undear My parE ticulrm o bsrvth i obpc ar-e cf~ully sro lict whityhn hebevery no~sthr i iuin.lee-an m atr attte!e


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irx u,.Mr. IMPORTANT M 1 lNE.+ '

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a v~esslto be uw as iAR RSA. PAU.Tf ^ --
I bankat the entrance IF nM A----^ *^V WMf"
ofone )ow t1ere, +. _. ay. e Jr r .- ,- -- :-..
of the following di. *a,. m .4 ,,, '
tboeSkipp. liB '
Ing on dock,s venty- PiEPIM pe otm Phrf.i, T `. .. .
set wide. uad eve.' a -, 0 ... .#sr0 l .^ ,
48495b& tons customi Blis w4"- mye Ikew wb~itii"i JB p,
mould 12 incie be- bo? 4 "/Bitfif.
S and mokld 14i .n A ldiint a hot ;, "
,,tad lanchions to 'e.l" ,n "f;6 1o W Ay
oId at the aide of keel O' ,.u u .of im tW y .. ,:,. .=o<,". ,. .. r m .
what the rail. Tie 1111 .
hgah as rt AM foot; ,i,,>n m6.fi w* offwwe 0 00 i Maldtet! dwl ,. 1-,,
Wi, d the. joiati-q 1ob n ." 111*^'.
payed. Bem tos aide t .e ,.e a -in rtu int.. -
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athic wil tat t will be i0ano andol inanraion to tbe gj deopoighledi top'
mkles ~t qua lty, | inh s cof~mIh cttotheauclie nowiiual~'Hfit m 'e :.
,st e erak, wch will4Wamast. ro d ,ever pro ducdin any g o aunry, for proiot- L
,ill be "t t to. f-ytIs growth and i moete ofha iir. t l hasbeen .r
of the idoc will.o en t g ebed 16varion tepa r st Europe, as nwell asin tl :-,
*;" ...d 'ri'-country for saves4yeas posnt, wknunpr~egeod.. W
,a str in ccess. It never ha been known to fed in any out ,
Ofro itA Of amn ichinstanee, wen proparly4 applied and iermsever" withi
toh ormstante ,tron PotMol.y in redpinri d Bwenvtingtf, 8rrar fit, I : "
of an inch thick; theha i nr n, tld in LbIaine hialoqkesre a V -
ugh the side will be n .. imsgo. e.L2.1 .-artic le YONG9elto e %be,-
1!6" n- to A, Is to l mfem .:-
.w.-The-two-o.. b-,v+ ee a e 10 I toOer hftkllwsetioo- rid 0. ..
+illfbe 45 test~ ln.-1 6 .Thom w ho hlm t: lost tk heir he .ir .lsjqk &;.. +i
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I.on. mitl ts a,UI sitswellJ| torL met~am zm~.pgs.me uuu .s.i
.* AM" JAuse-' ZEZ A GEOR-- MULHOLLN r + "A" .. .. feb 20--dtf". .... a;eo who was perfectly cured by taking Dr. Higbee's ed to giv. their attention, to a newly invented a rate of Interest which be is certes is nOt ai o mas t 'r"nerlt voI.ol ,
P Jr- ha associaedthemsy t h ue-- medicine, when he was reduced toalmost a skeleton I valuable improvement, c.n'i of 8g1 & any other. Hismotive for thi,.is, to gi t t. .. .. s fg*.,i-t, ,A.,
Arm of "James Steel 4Co.," intend doing a ge1rat by A violent co ngh, and discharging of blood from the Xarners' Patent STITCHING h .INE, which tor so Mworkingman the eg
4-'- -:-- "- "heSculill; having a lnasual Labor Bank Notes lung asirailar way as my daughter. WhonIsaw -will be found toexceed anything of the kipd Which always'tootam kivings{and the individual re feet long each, to step on the
S-' .e..hx B will be ....... to re ei v AT PAR .,,. the effect the medicine hadonmy dughter.1strong-.has ever beenoere tthe puble. The Machneis sponsibity of tbe proprietor, afl-odaaguaantee,v that perly fitted wth chain shroI
,,, .--avances ona. _r.y artc-e csn. HE Notes of the Mane l Labor Bank will be re- ]y recommended it to himand with difficulty I pie. Very simple in it# construction, and Of tfiflingexpese he wl. accept nw more on Deposite tha his interest masts a Iuitable lightning r
h a m ew aT ceau. u ; ,o ,v ,= ic a v ed a t pa r fo r d e b ts d u e th e s u bsc ri b er a at .. ... "ii t .. ... it "o h sai h e w a g i e up . 6e to it g r a utility .. .. .
io. ,hm r JAM.^T^LT% & cv at P for r du. th vat ed onhim'totry it, tor hesaid he was given up as omparedtoits great utity. ..- calls for, ou the tangleprinciple ofits liability; and edto each mast A oaDetan
S; ............... their stores, Nos. 139,141 & rt 2d street; also, ncurable byhis Physician, and that lhe ad tried The excellence, of the machine embrace ht, a which so eafectuallguards and protects toefcommon th m e a ,- w h -
.nra-fi i payment for any of the.foiowingarticles, at the most'every kind of medicie before, and found n6 re, ;great saving of labor; 2d. a perfect uniformity in the safety of all the Depositors, by restnctng lhe amount ._. ,_: _.,
,." *G',.A;,,lt, I t ,- A-I~iflht -P^ ,very lowest cash prices, either wholepale or retail, lie from any..I did not know Dr. Higbee nor had I "-titching, and- 3dly, it places it in the power of in un- to be received, to the security pledged ofa00,OOODol- pounds wegnta large !ron h
l"J-- *8 i& r r vi.:- .C.. ever seen huim at that time. I have no interest_ Hkilled workman to do stitching in the most perfect lars. a 8 feet l, pass
B i- L ]I -l -u ....... w" IoGROCERIES- A general assortment, includmigTeas, selling the medicin;e--I am no agent, direct or indi- manner. Bv the-use of this machine, in making har- y Deposits received every day until nine o'clock, near the stem, at one foot a
y,) carry goodsto P Wi nes, ec rect. "I purchased Dr, Higbee s.medicine (previous ness, one person cando the work of two men, with P. M.
.'^'*T' '. + ^y 08 t4 Day GOODs-A general assortment, including a to his removal to this city) of his agents, Messrs. Stokes much less labor, and in stitching through braces the Pamphlets consoling termssand exposition of n a gman hawser pipe fo
burg at the following rates large supply of Domestic Cotton Goods,, & Brown, in Market street. If any person doutbs wy difference will be far greater. One of these machines this establishment, to be had gratis at the BankingI ,^. o ,, n ,o
Dry~~~~~~ 00 -, XT ADSOs-ytqquantity or sine p satemnt thv .... .. plea.. .'"......"
Drystatement, theyp will please to call on me, and I will may be seen by calling at Ottenkirk's Hotel, S. E. House. T. W.. DYOTT, 1k. --" ---m -" .. .. o' e-
Hardwre do. .75 HATs-Patent Silk or Fur, by the case or %iogle give them every satisfaction, for I have no other mo- corner of llth and Market streets. STEPHEN SIMPSON, Cashier. my 24-eodtf sal an. d. y t
t leAtackles for hostmg the
Gl .'er~~~~~~~es` d. 1OBCC6 SNUFF AN SEAS Ofalkid tive in view but that the afflicted may find epeedyrb. ,Annexed are Certi aesn huad fohr !- .. [ t -
':':+e im m d ia el on... b e n sen to the G&o-,- N F A N lF X S f a l k d ief. -Y ou m ay d ep oen d~o n these statem aen tsfbe ing m ig h t be ob (ain ed,'from : th 'o~se w o h a -c ex a m I li p o r t a a m l U t n I- t r .
Go lespitc RU AND MEmciNz-A large and general as.;' In to To
Wlhtl Aply to .... '.. US IN&J.DArR DIS, AdtnDtDent-A ag adgnea true, for a,,; I expect to stand before the judgmenpt seat "ne theI, Machin.*;. -++: = .. 111!eS Ohv~ lina,
t WMIloI .AoPS) Wcv t Bo ^ tS Dv~z ^UP Aardo ,eef sarmn so;mn.'" : += of Christ, ..to give an account of the deeds of my hif tett ..........Janua...y ",88 -~A~N an 'oine 'flce "it die"" msaoirofow
",p-26--dtf "N. W. ('or. Broad andO~herry ate. k ki.N'tw,36D Dyz SliuritI--hgeniersmotmn, .. PAINCOvIr.t,,, 0- January, 6; 1838.11 iAING any yebralce nhdsae brh;a i omfrado
akp5dl I .W ..s..- nS Tf% r .W asormet, I have madine BthIes staemets knowingaiin tho tte bees ~e h p-nug ocnantev o
BA D T R E N T ON... t rue. Io havenot been soim byo i Dr ,i e o a G.UL4SW gx--Q onqiuating of a very large and gene- J ChERpI Fr thrb oahDve exasiein( t Bwa & CAR- -appertainipng Icwan
;: I+-a11 A R 9 + +:'_+ ral assortment Of Ap~thecaities nd Perfufimervy'Vials othere.. isavet. make teen., ts y t tatee toyam eprhitig aensnme piin peltinofnm erdmlan+Dar aDse-repeewtat+oerCcs n'
Ao+ KAI, + :I RO.iB, and Bottles, and Druggists' and Confectionary ttles. other ordro to m et e doubts from, every mind tha valuable ement, and ave .
B&J"Dent'+-Two Lines for New york, :EMJOHS of all sires. LUw C NSA womem ittome puolc. A T^^. "Holbrook's Bowel Gomttlai Syrup," nlea- have a-cmhoosei; the hol
-" dailyl, v.: WtNDOWGLAssofall sizs No. 315 Callowhillst. between 8(b and91hA l C 1838_.. ant,safe, and9 wffvect seen fr t a .eooo in
= r n l J ;- ,C ON FECTION A R Y ~& general a ssartm ent. O fi c a re at UtlY Iioi ,iq nI1 +1+ opera ien+ a W h enlt 'g .. .. n a r + + 'o r,
Te UMited Slate* "d -,Q vnes. Dr. H. It. HIGBEE SResidence andLOni. are a ^Dss* BRICKS i i^ o, atinadcse Wheh giVen according to the directons it has ble for the-cabs; two large ha+
8 a," .a l ..... : 6g ad a- general assortept, t No. 37 north 5th street, first door above Cherry street, ,1 ..... improvement,' boh in' Matries and erpedi7. never been know* to fail of producing th deri- galhon water co ur ,, 30 j
+ .. ',, On i. d an ftmer Thursda~y, the SOAP-$ AmN PERFtITM-R-A geineral-iwortmen~t. .i ton ad gethimkvtit, borthy pbin- neatrnaesrdsle~.Teprreo ilzfn tem aT
di m 5 inst. will- startfrom -the of, Apply as above, to J. & C W DYOT -lower. where, (as he doesn't Visith -any patient s ,on.ra.d think it worty -. _.. ..... of pbi patrnage O F d .. -e tr
fl| 5^B kfice, corner o(Third and Wiflow -r y Druggists'and Commission Merchants. lt their d welng) )hem0 ney to anyo-e ed it w oecloek W WAr """" "
IM" .a si m through Bristol,'[Prenton,J'Bordlentown, .. .. in the -m o inmg unto t0 o~OlOCK in mheeven mng, and *-n uSin"g '"
II! t^ ^ pr .. .. .. _. uxurT. W. DYOTT,, Jr. &,CO. where also his medicine may b obtained. It may It has now been iuse nearly foury.e d 40 tons of good flagstone baul
ftwn, e by mail road to IS Amtoy, thence Whlsl an Retail Grocer J. CARD. leriaaltactn
Higlrtr yw, re Y .,lra o Am oiee W wholesale and Retail Grocers, adjoining the Man- also be obtained of Stokea &f Brown, Merchant Ta P .... s T.... !)A+ril 2] 1838 hc t.m it ha g ve go ea saifato a keep it off the ceiling. To be
H ig t tq New adonn th Man als be obaie of Stks & Brwn Mechn Tai whch t..im e it has
bymemtm... .,e I CuaeLdrila oBank--where Countra Merchants, and all lors, 296 Market street, Philadelptia:pf Joseph Scott, TO WHOM IT. MAY CONCERN: Iherebycertify tht Plication being made ro ll quarerssmply wroughtironanhor, ofthe.o
A _Mi _l I. fed,"*,at R oPc Lo, wi who are disposed to, favor the Manual Labor System, Wilmington, Delaware, at his Bookstore; of Charles ho .' '-,,,," K-. threuih one individual recommending it to anStitch ^, ,,ht_ an 'athJ


-- ..... jy --dtf as 8 Iuth 4th t." 4
viii, also,:have two ,.s -4ths \ ,
ia~is nd a jib).ofSo V 460har "o1 kelchei. :
kielsonand be. po- J m published bh.E.9. CAREX& A.RA RT
uds, as the lanttrn corror4th and Chesnut streets, CHARCOAL : +
od is to beIattach. SKETCHES;.or, 8ctiresIna MM0 pOia by Joiorph
i orro~nlnB .,h Q Neali illusrtrated by -Dj,-C Johnson.
andor ,idl;o" 6:0 "*,-The. mostvigini work of h0 day] it.isa aoket
Sanu a+ bel~o~l o 0 cyelopedi. of hone., sentible imfun, zrated with,
louse-pipe, 7 inches Cervantic kdill, from i the ma (mpromjluf Bjkelps; '
ing through the bow, indeed Mr. Neal exhibits a 'large- portion o6 Ulten" ,
Love the water line, of the author of Don Quizile in developing the ad Yenl '
for mooring ,passes, tures qf a vagabond knight; "We congratulate Mr. -:
t J s l acor. Nea1 d.pon the petectldy-originlity of his design, Od
)r the smauLanchor,. "n "-"
ach wit *.* '^ ; -- 1xeeution; he has intred~j.uced usto-ome dozen of new
ch, with oa"rs, and acquaintance of rare mark and w6rth:4fenrw Who+ -
A on the quarters speak epigrams in'prose, add know it nol.-who 9Prlt
boats out o sthe wa- satire of the keonest-edge, and Mutte i (htoori sof
"+' ph !.Osophy an4 apotlegmii of cality in the choicest.
cabin, lifted with 4 Doriciusdloour modern Atheanian6--free from the -
* the foremast'. larire r .o1l taint of v.ul.gwy. but rich'in fanciful an h
. = .+"^? ?8 ; croua conceito."-[Oenmm'asMaiae. .
uble n.oil awt.be.e "These Sketchl*,sbound in wit and humor 3i *
ever P ngia.50u nu-neasare, Haingad WM, of them in tPhi. r-
itted in the hotd; ti ladelphia" papes, ae the better pmperd to epjoy
i- or onv deck, large the whoe.Those who ean distu ish bteweatzue "
al aaisto've *h. wizandjt(courqerfett, will findtearilinhse";
anma, aarticl e tht6n ^^thes. Tnere i no style orwrit in i hk-h es' :<
I,. _i_ .4 .. kuy fa The Wo? inAM fuol ef the mrit 1 at1 _
al .V .uckes tempt of mon' whome. ,Wit it-so-thick Tewkb -
o common pumps mustad.". ButthatofMr. JOsph C. Neal, the -a-,
uirnished with' 3'0'or ther of Chi.a'.rcl Sketchea, is rich aod racy. His stye
tt, laid on lbtf0m to is~liuqiit-nI40 Aethe, graplio imd *ithed,. ?l3, 11
furnished with one- sketch of Or dn Dabbl,. Is warthimolo than the cotM
mofn -rtoft6ok. -[Albany\ EV9 Journal".

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XnhtudlagY, Aug 44 X*SS.
S DEMOcRATIC 'NOMINATIOn.
SFOR GO IERt6OR,
Gn.David ^Hii D~oUs ICowtcr

o C.Ol ST I TIT"* IOX O F,t 3 S8:
TO ,OUI TCR -ENT *OtTOBflUR *
vONSTITrUTION OF 1838.
We raise oiur flag-fo'bthe Poni4ilution of 1838;'t6 be
i submitted-to vote of. thf-people in October next:
eBacusa,- its. Pro.vitons .-are imath more democratic
than those of ta e patent Constitution, and whilte-
Sexcluding the negro rom political privileges, it ex.
tends .the .UGHT OF suFRAke amongg" white citi-
ns," ritd increases the power of' the people over
their agents.
Bemause it shortens. the term of StNAT'ro-restricts
the Lsgllattie in the gwlning of cnARTiRa'-con-
A finestheligibilitp of the GOreraor to Tvo .TRMas-
S lessWn the Exeeutive patronage, and gives. to the
,people the election of Coonty offers, Justices of
the Pejace,e..#, -
Becaus it abol lbO^ICtu; and provides
prompt means for'any' Tu'r1t-R A'KENDfIINT that
0 the people may derief. "*' "'
+-- .-v ,''1 N 1-:.? ..
SDKLIIAT:I 3&lUcTIOtii-M9R y EveningV
ror 4he information of the Democrats of the
coun-ty, we igkiit pol Wh- today the -"rules end
tegulalona"' retsihng to the ioinioations of the
Democratic party for the county of Philadelphia.
SIt will be perceived the election of delegates under
them to nominate member. of Congress, Seaters,
Assembly, 4-c i's to -take place on Monday evening
next; we hope and desire they may be fully attend-
"ed. N" democrat oughtto'.be absent. After the
delegate electiogs, .and when, it ,is too late, com-
plaints wretometime. made of th1i persons elected,+
It would be bet*r we;thinkfotr' thle who com-
plain, -to attend the lctiol instead of subse-
quently.fflning fault Witht heresults; it is general-
ly much aiAr Pto revet'tha.n to removean act.
Dissatisfaction is lewise occasionally expressed
With -thr tndiiates nominated bythe delegates.
This-e ke. .rt*. tiIT, b mviided by a proper
attentionot4t +ea primoryelecitn. Frequently
in some prtv I of the county, about the times and
places afteicting delegatess. thier ara found afew
politicians by.trade, er these tools who would be
thought with ur,.yet ate ot with u except at such
times, who by every' speciesi'f trickery, 'deceptioti
and seobd, endeavour to get delegates elected to
promote ther nlr and.if defeated, to create dis-
sensiont in qrttr kn;;flht .tbe-e every where be, well
watehbd; : ,- v .-, :
A' gneratt tan tt 60 f deinocratn is a necessary
on Mend yeveilrng Wext atS on the 2d Tosday f
Otober, that delegates rnay be elected whywknow-
ledgq of ".th. itkme of theonuqty will be suffieient-
*. ly oX siVnfvefahI eccu ate toekiahilo them to'.elect
A- the bmt T' eW l iudateteo'for, -ctivt ef--
fices, al*bo' will have indepndence nd integrity
S onuoh io reist ':iljf attempts to induce them to
vfo upon Ao. party candidates whoas, hut, Uttle
S know, 4akowo. to Ob*eAuafarwaerd foselfish-
or la tept.: L't'therefore, none.be
?elecftdMselw*tif-- buf to to bo good and
true, Ind .they wi of'lntihate only 'men knowft to'
be goouaod true .fipour support. We' hav -no
patiel tar ebal4 wt rWantndidates whose moral
S and political ceharscer will command respect "and
,cor4e, stb rt y wn t i slot boxes in
October w~llt jt oe~Ma!,lt
xbrtua of a letter to tAhe itora, dafel
.- ..,-. A'. S.*' x WO,'Aug. I &118,38.
TL~heiee teatrmpt of' gpoo^ pay meots -by the
country' benkr,tfis day,' wes hailed with a burstc of
.. ... joy. nitb pcttiin.f .tlhf -tate. In our place the"
rin|ijgofnixlanrifu.. an O manoteU.ed oar:
J '. *- plel'uf &io-" dir ", "which reflect so-umtuh credit
''*': '-- on lhea baks them'elvea, and which will have so

t ..ry.;""To htJm f nees .r the rg, governea ement,
'and ti t~lw~ (trestisble irite. of pabhic opinioein re.
w. .Wdt' Hi6 ,thiu. mompaeatively ew .-4 amp
l ? ion. ThI'proclaniptlon of [be Executive ,f our
State baa filed to postponG thie miesre, to'^t
13lh inut, es'WB s intended, '.The Banks have re-
*"'+: :. sufnl~i-- .b t a nat'io.al _e.or- tbhe currency

:.'T* iiwtred ofnn '*' '* I~de. yet*s

afle. eihmo.,w .m- reimty atieadij-by the officerst
/ of. die eyrm3 m4 ,yin the cify,-lb_ marines ol
ththe jtyiglb u s &i n the vofun.
teu~ihao twdltyr T.ae y baisar.ef he yvetrera wer9
i f, C[hrfre4 huut.Bm yiulg gimseeod, andc-
d tti:ie.,y"':""n"te gunS w"re
&rssd-4h lu7apwy ri 9puint( i~ts Tiosm


.t6ORW -'i i EVORMITIES t
|4 il lB, 'id. Porter i In edrdy 'ife
lA 0 wmt"|N" friendibwho left him in the.
1urch--br 4.id reduced him event ab-
solute IS, How impudent then for
such a pool. er.xpect to be governor over
the wealthy an- noble born!
In after life, however, he prospered-paid his
debts, (shame on him!) and bought a good farm.
What business then has a man who owns a good
farm to be governor-he is too rich !
Very bad mran, that farmer Porter. In stocking
his farm he is too choice.
His horse sAitle,, sheep and hogs are not of that
scurvy and unprofitable description they ought to
be. Even someof the horees -raised qrrhis farm,
it is'said'by those who have bought them, can run
li*ke ,honest, true hearted democratic candidates,
clear ahead of all others. .
Horrible bad man, that Porter. He ought not
to have suffred such fleet steeds to have been rais-
ed on his farm. He might have known that some
one would have been curious enough to try their
speed anid bottom,and that he should be held to ac-
count for it.
Vile partizan, this David R. Porter. He went
against 'Ritner and his United bStates Bank-that
Bank which Gov. lKitner had declared, in his Phi
ladelphia letter, no man who had a SOUND
HEAAD or GOOD HEART would oppose. He
opposed, too, the elevation of Adams, Clay, Web-
ster, and other candidates of" all the talents and
all the morality -party" t. the Ptesidency. He
spported Jalckson in his republican administration,
and now supports Van Buren.-Consequently he
is a party man, and ought not to be elected Gov-
ernot.
Obscore man, that Mr Porter. Every man, wo-
man and child in the commonwealth has not seen
him. Unlike certain presidential and gubernatorial
candidates, he has not permitted himself to be car-
ried ovet the country for a show, and to make
Sspeechee for electioneering purposes. .
I Stupid man; that Senator Pbrter. He-has not
consumed the session of the legislature uselessly, by
popping up, Thaddeus like, on every trivial ques-
ti6n, and making speeches against time, to display
his talents and his importance. D-ll-headed fellow,
to imitate Gen. Jackson,while a Senator, in this im-
Sportant particular. -
Locofoco and agrarian, that democratic Porter.
He voted last winter.that the banks should resume
specie payments against shabe 16th of May then en-
suing--the banks themselves generally declaring-
that they were able to do so, and that the Cause of
suspension had pa sed by. But Nicholas Biddle
had given hi orders that the banks must continue
in theirstate, of suspension and dishonesty; and,
therefore Porter had no right to entertain an opin-
ioni in opposition to the "great regulator of the
currency" and money king of the United States.
Savage 'man, that David Rittenhouse Porter.' He
suffered 'his grandfather to fight in the ranks of
heroes of the revolution! (Don't laugh, thoughtless
reader, for this is one of the grave objections made
to, Mr. Porter's election.) He likewise accepted
himself the offi e of Major General in the Militia,
when he well knew that one of the modern whig
candidates for the Presidency voted in Congress,
during the last war, against granting supplies to
our gallant but suffering army, and when hbe had
been. told that it was unbecoming a moral and re.
ligious people to'rej6ice at the victories of our arnis
,over an invading foe! Ferocious man-the whigs
must have some more coffin hand bills issued, that
these startlIng facts may be placed before a peace lo-
ving community In their proper lit." .
I Wicked place, that township Mn Htmtngdon
county, where David R. Porter resided at the time
ofthe itnshelvency for the debts, of others, to give
him 15i votes for the legislature, leaving but ONE-
'VOTE in t(he whole township for his opponent!-
Shameful act this -no gentleman whig would' have
acted so Illiberally towards an opposing locofoco
candidate. Vicksburg, with all its gambler and
'lynch-law cut throats, must be a moral plktce in
comparison with this township.
Most wicked district that, which. Senator Porter
represents,to give him -the true triumphant majority
-of 1,600 votes only one year (1836) after 'Ritner-
hiad received,' in -the same district, a majority "of
2,900 votes: Thisdistrict ought tobe struck from
the listobf tftetid, sober,- moral counties of the
?good'ild Keyston, and Its out-lawed inhabitants
droveibeyond the rocky mountains, there to- have
some pne possessing the energies of a Taconto
control ahiffgoverin themA. '
4Sbhamglest et of flows that compose the demo-
cratic party, to nornithtesucb a man, oftuch prin-
Wiples. Why tihe state would be ruined in the event
of his election-! We would then have -no more
)JUnhted States BanK twinkling of an eye; Without petition, or 'any pre-
vious notice that such measures were-in contempla-
tion, and after the acts of this same Baik-had been
repeatedly condemriedetandcfhy further proboigetionr
of i't'eKistance denied by the people-a people who
'previo0? to tle enactment of the abo*e -trannaction
had irrtirged the, fond conceit that they held the


,qsc at-his death the 6lduft
i .nt'.r ka uiij1-.Pi-tfa ibe 6%ta fifteen"
hrbeooibMeU MoM61t e NiivyAsylum to
'*164 gd OSbriW P thatrUusin elose.
vftt-4i.tgehu Id~e -He wasmae
as uomrt~ablemhs, ub. V siuautin would pr-4
or Chiqlshmess~i-ik ,~ pafilon fot:'dentrde.
tidp height o~imaginaiy provocation..
xe4dg~an1u4*xr*W~j pesjey ind weaker for
.e ua d1M 00 -OA0f MThruW4 Morn.
IZagZo1ptw1 wlfteo any puwticular' dis..

flad~mbare Bgrven Ueemeff the
boed-W 4Wy.4emtnadom ewart, aowIn
#gmmipiod-droo Nusy Yrd, is second upon the--


"We were shown yessesday,abwi fiehaa
** KOfewb4,ah' ted to 'the Hibernia Are engine

a Ie~WDotk gftet.~, The -artiae is of



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agents wouldI not, nor dare not outrage their of re-
.peatedi wishes: and their solemn decisions with re,
*ard tto antimportant publicmeasure. -The putb-
lic oralsalslso,, would be poisoned. forr we would
then'htiveno inquisitions held at the seat of gov-
ernment, atthe expense of the people, to try the
faith of-our-eitins; and the chief'is'quiStor would
be -so cat'downi at thii sad state of things, that he
Should not be abltet6 tell wVhat was trump form.any"
days to dome. Then, too,'we would be deprived of
guil-tfpI Metssages, -that ou("wise ..and consistent
Givertor. hd signred.th eimprovement bill.although
i- i 'a e ocial organs, notices for started loans started
Sut inthe face.'' '- -' '
S"tlto 66 6e ous.-. Reader.-examine the objec-
tion s, made by atot-m* b- journals, to the elee-
etincih6f<3selrald urte 0 an iefthe fwhave ,not givt
en- the gum ,hd substance of the whole "aof thenny
and then ask you!self'V1th6 democracy of Pennsyl-
vania have not been pecti4liry fortunate in the se-:
leetion of their presentM candidate a -man against
whom fediratmalice, with all its, venom,' cannot
find ahy other than vagte, flimsy and cor4,rdietwty
objections that vanish into nothingness the moawment
they undergorexamiinaltont- Wayneurg Meses-.
.S^, '+": "+ + '"\ :" ". ; .. ... '-* ,;' : ,- -. '' ,

Thle Confidenliat Letter.-'Our readers will re.
eodllctthat 1i^- Adams, ln the 'coUrse of his long
speech hiuse 'Hoe' bf Representative. on the
Texas queetion,read a letter 'addreiied by e-n Jack-
son, when president, to Wm. ftlton, Esq., then
Secretary of Ihe Territory of Arkansas. "
this letter wisdtaea Ded. 20, 1820. It was on
tho subject of thexpected insirrectioin ip Texas,-
ndl advised the adoption of measures to" prevent
the fitdnt out of expeditions in the'tJ. S. in aid of
,the insurrectton., "
A* the letter was ,market 'strictly confidential,
and contained expredsions indicating that the send.
ing of it was a "private amI not an Qfficial act,
considerable curiosity was excited to kinow how it
came into the possessionof Mr Adams,
An inquiry 'was proposed by' Mr Howard to as.-
certain the fact; but by some misunderstatdingdl f a
rule of the House, the inquiry was nQt made From
the National Intelligencer of f'tis Nii;dting, howev-
er, we ,ea o'. ait the letter ,was cmimunicated to
Mr Adi'ms by 'Mr Roiert Mayo, a elek" .noeii o6
tti bureaus of te War DI)epattnent. The letter.-
(q) origltiO ral cif the one sent) fetlinto Mr
M#p9' hand accid.ntally-having been sent to-
hiQ .inadvertritly,' alonb with other dourments
from the president's house. '
Mr Mar0's ideas of' ptopriety did Aot dictate the
retbm o it, and accordingly he retained it to ufe.as
circumst(4jices ighi require, influencediln thi; he'
ssy, by his regard ftr the "national interest." H-
was yesterday discharged frbm.higi pacein the
hnramt'Ihtr nrdtfr hbthe SicretarIdf War.-''riii.


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TO MORTON McMICHAEL,
One of tA editors of the Saturday J.e S.
Sx,--q yoti r paper of the.' 28th of July, you
say, "that' I eem determined to pick fuarrtl with
somebody."- If to call on my slanoterser to prove
their assertions manifest a disposition to quarrel.
then I plead guilty to the charge. For several
weeks back certain papers in this city had been
publishing, without a name, accusations against
me. You among the rest, accused me of ri nngg
charges against the Recorder's Coutt whick you.'
as an Alderman of that Court pronounced, as far
as your knowledge went, "false." As I b -lieved
this to be from a nameless correspondent I did not
notice it, and should not have done so, had not
Mr. Walker, as Editor of the Herald and Sentinel,
and Alderman of the Court, endorsed your asser-
tion. I called upon him, as the only name that
was itnown to me, to answer certain questions; with
the promise ot giving the public the opportunity of
seeing who hbad falsified. in the matter. These
questions were asked in the Pennsylvanian tf July
21st, "one of the daily newspapers." "As far as
your knowledge goes" is not this, the "exuding of
frothy malice" to6 which you allude? And if so, is
it not plain, enough that you have forced meinto
this quarrel, by co ,ing out and owning that you
are responsible fot charging me with stating that
which is "impudently false" and "utterly untrue?"
Instead of answering the questions, you deal forth
in language like the following: "Thomas P. Hunt.
the reverend stroller, humbug, hired, paid itinerat-
ing agent of the temperance society, shows a degree
of ignorance inexcusable, or a degree of prevarica-
tion utterly unbecoming, in attributing our article
to a nameless correspondent. We care not on
which horn of this dilemma he takes hold. He is
welcome to either, but on one or the- other he must
cling to. Nothing but gross stupidity or wilful
blindness could misunderstand," &c. Now, sir, I
beg to be excused from taking hold of either horn,
for the following reasons.
1. Your article was nameless, and there was
nothing in it to identify its authorship, unless you
were the only Alderman of the Recorder's Court.
2. Ia your paper of the 7th July, you say: we
cannot, this week, insert a communication of a cor-
respondent about the conduct of the Rev. T. P.
Hunt, we will keep it until next week. "It will
not spoil." On the next week appeared what I
honestly believed was the promised communication.
My only "stupidity" and "blindness" was in be-
lieving you to-be a man of your word, and incapa-
ble of promising one thing and giving another.
Why if the article was editorial did you promise it
as from a correspondent! May I let go both
horns?
But young are no longer a nameless correspondent.
Morton McMichael, feed attorney at law, once a
paid Alderman of the Recorder's Court, now sala-
ried Editor of the Saturday News, and Alderman
with perquisites, willing if he could have got the
place, to lake the pay in the State Convention, not
unwilling to take the pay of Representative to Con-
gress if he should go there, itinerating on the 4th,
"being absent from the city" to a party political
feast more than 100 miles distant, while his district
as usual, was overrun at Cedar Hill, with gambling,
drunkenness, brawling, and sins too shameful to
be mentioned, yet the "paid, hired" local Magis-
trate of Police for Spring Garden, &c. &c., declares
that the charges brought against the Recorder's
Court are "false." Thomas P. Hunt holds him
bound for the 'assertion. Abuse and villification,
and the-guarded expression, "so far as my know-
ledge goes," will not be admitted in this controver-
sy. It is not whether I am "a stroller, &c." but a
question of your knowledge and veracity. As you
have brought yourself into this scrape by meddling
with other men's affairs, and attacking a man who
had never injured you, and endeavouring to ruin
'him and his family, you must take hold of a few
horns yourself, and hold on to them as well as you
,dan. Come answer the following questions:
1. Did I say falsely, that if all the hired agents
of the public did their duty, the public would be
better served, than iW .
2... "Does your knowledge go" far enough to af.
firm that thie call of the meeting which I was invi-
ted to address, 'and the resolufions pissed at the
last meeting, printed and circulated, and sent to
,every meniber of the Legislature, was 'impudently
false" and."utterly untrue," in sustaining the Court
as a Temperance Court? +
3. Does your know-ledge- go far enough to uy
that the Recorder's charge \o the Grand Jury,Nov.
1, 1836, was impudently false and utterly untrue,
when it pledged the court to diminish the taverns,
and exposed the danger if multiplying them?
When it promises to use every means which the
law-placed within its power to punish intoxication!
Rigidly to enforce the law against granting licen-
ces to a theatre, or houses communicating with
'one? To license na house not needed for the tia-
yeller and stranger To punish all who did not
keep good accommodations for man'and horse. To
break dp tippling houses for mechanics, and splen-
L.... : l 1. l; l f. .k k ik- -'r*-_-


- in licensing even on ,te recommenoauon ox me
neighbors, &c.,,&c. '
4.,'Ifit is-itmptontly false and utterly untrue
that that court multiplies the taverns instead of di-
minishing them, why dio your records show that
there-are only 280 taverns forthe year the court
went into existence--and 3.9 for the year it was
deputed- .Aid n:why did the Grand Jury of the
Criminal .Court July term, 1338, permit the facili-
ties of multiplying taverns?
S5. Is it "utterly untrue and impudently false" that
that court did license a theatre tavern? 'Ifso, why
has the Mazeppa houie, belonging to the Coates
street theatre, a lichense, as yor- re-ordWshow?
64 Is it "impulderftly false and utterly untrueO
that seven men convicted rio f o keepmn tippling
houses at-one term, were fined- only one 'cent "aud
costs? (aiiiminal fine.) If-so, why does it appear
Son your records triue ... .. "'
7. Is it impudently false and utterly untrue, that
the court licensed a notoriotusdfince houte l-If-o,
;why-do your records show that Mrs.,Purpl* was
licensed!
8. -Is it Impudently fale and tterly untrue that
hoise- were- licensed, which ,were remonstrated aR
against by more tban'thirty' respectable citizens, and
recommended by only twelve, mn, -a majority of
wh6iom were interested in the liquor business? If
so, why are these remonstraihces and recomiaenda
lions on6 file in ihe office! ""/ ''
9, Is it true that houses, wholly unfit to acco-
modate man and horsem,though remonstrated against,
were licensed "If not, why are theree so many in
the districtcwithout a stall for a horse, or a bid for
a druniard! ,
Sir, "so far as your knowledge goes," -youmak-
hesitatingly pronounced those charges false and-
untrue. Are you prepared to prove that the docu-
ments of your court were impudently false and ut-
terly untrue?, Thereis but one horn that I.1 would
recommend you to take hold, of in the dilemma in
.which you have placed yourself by interfering with
other men's business. :-
SIt-is this; you iMy not: ha attended much to.
your duty as-an Alderman of the;Court, and there-
fore your knowledge did not go vely far,- ;pt Six,
Sif you were ignorant in the premises, did,it becyinr
Syou thtuso Bab&iw t1 yomm kn.kew pot, for assert-
iag the truth? When. ye9 sha-bave ex;tricated
Syooe lf iromthe testimony of the recordd to which
Ihave. referred, the case for th. -eeting of the
fiendst-of the court, the resolutionss passed at, e.,
the-4 e9ooder's adidrese, c ud*.i records of tbe.
Ootrtlby jimaj that they were-"iafpndentlyfal"e
arid utterly united" I willgiveyouan opportunity"
of fiho*iag.how you can get oyer' afew certificates
and -testimonies of men, wlioe words you will-
scarcely dare ,to pronounce: "impudently- false and


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REVIalON OF THE DELEGATE SYsTEM.
R4ulei for GoMmwment of the Democratic De-..
-- legatin 'f the County of Philadelphia, adopt-'
Sedon thel6thJanuary, 1838, -by ,the- C&nven--
tion of Llegrates appointed for thatpurpoSe.
RULE lsit. Each, and every ward and- township
in the county- of -Philadelphia, shall on the first
Monday in August of every year, elect three dele-
gates to represent the same in the Democratic
County Convention; they shall be elected for one
year, adpaake all nominations for Congress4 the
Senate and Assembly, and for other county ofices;
but shall perform rco other duties by virtue of their.
election on the first Monday in Augusti The
-meetings for Delegate AElections. shall be called at
8 o'clock in the evening, when none but democra-
tic citizens shall participate in the election, which
shall be-jy ballot; the clerks shall record every vo-
ters name and residence, (provided however that
this part of the rule shall not apply to the unincor-
porated diatricie,) when his vote may be chal-
'4enged by any democratic citizen of the ward or
township, and the Inspectors shall receive such
testimony as may be adduced to establish his citi-
zenship of he ward or township,and his adherence
to the democratic party; and if it shall appear to
the satisfaction of the Inspectors that he is duly
qualified, the vote shall be received; the polls shall
be kept open at least one hour.
Every delegate elected shall receive a certificate
of his election, signed, by the Inspectors, and attest-
ed by the clerk of such ward, district or township,
where such an election was held; the said certifi
cate to be presented to the Convention as an evi
dence of his election.
RULE 2.-The Delegates so elected, shall meet at
the County Court House, on the second Monday in
August,at 2 o'clock, P. M. and annually afterwards
at the same hour, and at the same place, and orga.
nize temporarily; when officers shall be nominated
and elected by ballot; a majority of votes present
(being a quorum) being necessary to constitute an
election. The officer shall consist of a President,
two Vice Presidents,and two Secretaries; one Door.
keeper and Messenger.
SRULE 3.-When Delegates' seats are disputed,
the claimants shall have a right to be heard before
the Convention, by- one person from 'each set of
claimants, (to be elected, by themselves,) and after
being so head, the Convention shall take such
steps asthe nature of the case may require; but if
no such seats are disputed, the county shall be ap-
portioned at the first meeting,,which shall be the
first business in order, and shall be made by the
Convention in committee of the whole;after which,
the general nominations shall be made.--But if
seats are disputed, and not settled on the first
meeting, the opportionment and nominations shall
be deferred until the second meeting, which shall
be on the third Monday in August. The nomina-
tions shall lie over one week, but shall finally be,
made on the third or fourth meeting, as the case
may be.
The first and third, congressional delegations
shall, on the second Monday, or, at the furthest, on
the fourth Monday in August, make the nomina-
tions for congress for their respective districts, con-
forming to the rules herein prescribed.
RULE 4-Each and every delegate shall be en-
titled to nominate one person for the several offices
which are to be filled, who shall be a resident of
the district he. represents In the election of candi.
dates, delegates shall vote viva voce, and the ma-
jority-of the whole number present shall constitute
an election. No delegate shall vote by proxy.
RULE, 5-No vacancy shall be filled by a substi-
tute, but in all cases where a vacancy occurs, it
shall be supplied by a new election, by the people,
who are democratic citizens, of the ward or towt4
ship. The election to be called by the remaining
delegates, or either of them, of the ward or town-
ship, by giving at least forty-eight hours previous
notice of the same in one or more of the Democrat-
ic papers of the city and county. Such election to
be held at the usual place of holding delegate elec-
tions in such ward or township..
RuB-6.-,-No delegate, elected originally or to
supply a vacancy, after accepting the appointment,
shall be eligible to a nomination by the 'Conven-
tion. -
-RULEi 7..-The names of the delegates shall be
alphabetically, arranged, and called ,over in that or-
der on all occasions.
RULE 8.,-'I he Secretaries shall procure printed
lists of the general ,nominations, and transmit one
copy to each member of the Convention, within
three days fiom- the time the nominations are
made,
RULE 9.-The apportionment of the county for
candidates shall be made upon the principle of po-
pulatiornand districts and townships shall be united
alternately, so as to give at least one representative
the Legislature successively, r
Ruc! 10.-No election of delegates shall 1f void
unless, held at he.teime and place designated in the
call, 'and in conformity to the rules herein prescrib.
ed. -One week's notice shall be given of the time
and place of haokding saifl election, by the delegates
of the preceding -year.


otiwards and twnshipsof the county e r taitF-
phia, shall elect three delegates each, otn the first
Monday of Deveamber, at 7 o'clock, P. M., in each
year, as may be necessary, to- meet in County Con-
vention, for the purpose of electing delegates to the
4th of March Convention,,for the purpose of mak-,
ing such nominations as the Democratic State Con-
ventiot may seeq-proper to make, conforming to the
rule. hereit prescribed; of which elections the dele-
gato of-thoe preceding -year, in -each ward or town.
sbipj, hall give ,at least one week's notice in one or
more democratic papersof the city or county. The
delegates to such County Convention shell meet at
the County Court House, on the second Monday of
December, at 2 P. M. .
SRui.x 2.-The County Delegation shall appoint
Such members of their own body pas may be agreed
unpont to meeit .te City Delegation for the purpose
ofmaksjngtnomioations 1ot the city and county ofi-
cem.- -
RvucL-18.-Delegates'shall make all motions from
their seats; and it shall be the duty of the Messen-
ger to hand all communications from the members
to.the C hair .,-. ...*,7 -
Run ,-14.-The County Conventioq,in each and
every-.yeat, shall appoint from among themselves a
Treasurer,who shall make collection from that body
f or the purposes of'defirying the necessary expenses
oPf the Convention. .
RtRxe 15.-The Secretaries of the Convention
shall 'keep, accurate minutes of arl proceedings
the Gonventiontin a ook, to be procured for tha"
ptirpQse;and t the expratibn of their term shall de.
liver over the .Saietoheir successors in office.
t'Rv 16.-.-rh7 Doorkeeper shall be supplied
with a printed list of .the delegates .elect, and shalL.
not admit any plreon into the room,while the Con-
'vention is in session, who is not ai delegate.
RUL; RL 'T.-Tfhe President shall be empowered
to convene the Delegation for special purposes,
when necessary, or when requested to do so, in
Writing, by nine delegates.
Rpis 18.-These Rples shall govern all Demo-
cratic Delegations of the'county of Philadelphia. ,
RuE 19.--These Rales sball not be altered.
amen ed or suspended,'xcept by a D)elegation cho-
sen for that purpose, to revise, Correct, adi amend
the ame. .. "'" .
RR K 20,-.These ]ules ;shall be printed and
read at the organioationof every Democratic Coun-
ty Delegation. "-I. :..- ; .
I RULE 21.-A majority of the whole number of
Delegates shall constitni i quorum. ,
SThe Committee appointed by the Conventlon, in.,
pui'nsut to the following. resolution: '"
"Resolved, That a Committee of fivewho, in
conjunction with -4he officers of this Convention, be
appointed to publish and circulatei the rules as re,
vised by the Convention." -
Certifv that the above is a true cony.


Penasylvtnita Eleetions. Oiilon -eRurus. 2z
.-As frequent references are made to oir files for the Relurna i)ifthe--Elrciion in T$d2,'"S35, and_
1836, we public theifbllowing official retttrns to*iXhibit to our frie!s..the result of,-t0se elections.
It will doubtlessiove valuable during the present gubernatorial contetto those who have neglectedto
preserve them herietofore.--4m Sentinel, -


1832.


COUNTIES.

Adams ..........
Allegheny .....
Armstrong......
Beaver...........
Bedford.........
Berks ............
Bradford..........
Bucks..........
Butler............
Cambria..........
Centre ...........
Chester ..........
Clearfield .......
Columbia.........
Crawford .........
Cumberland ......
Dauphin.........
Delaware .......*
Erie ... ..........
Fayette ..........
Franklin .........
Greene.. *
Huntingdon ......
Indiana .........
Jefferson .......
Juniata ..........
Lancaster.........
Lebanon .........
Lehigh.:..........
Luzerne ..........
Lycoming ........
McKean* ........
Mercer ...........
Mifflin ...........
Monroet .........
Montgomery .....
Northampton .....
Northumberland...
Perry ...........
Philadelphia City.
County
Pike .............
Potter .........
Schuylkill ........
Somerset ........
Susquehanna .....
Tioga ............
Union............
-Venango........
Warren .......
Washington ......
Wayne .........
Westmoreland .'.
York......... 0.


Wolf's Majority,
No. polled in 1832,


1835.


GOVERNOR. -.GOVERNOR. CONVE
WoLF. RITNETR. ItMTNR1' WOLF MUHL. FOR.
1030 1679 1517 406 911 646
3094 3506 3848 2854 378 4671
1976 959 1100 1874 188 2164
144C 1481 1669 1066 354 2529
1629 1561 2067 1581 46 975
3758 343S 3016& 1743 4194 23SO
1685 920 1239 1504 406 2842
3202 2862 3584 2534 829 2538
1204 1032 13%6 1059 237 1780
598 340 694 610 38 723
1920 1016 1070 1742 446 530
2374 4301 4051 1799 1577 2546
513 288 323 335 290 723
1768 829 767 869 1246 1308
1502 895 999 877 814 2367
2326 1807 1748 1492 1137 2264
1575 2285 2320 780 719 1104
918 129t 1240 699 403 932
1170 1792 1913 164 1280 3023
2440 1806 1708 1132 -1379 2755
2234 2516 2207 1423 1336 1894
1009 1355 I075 366 997 2053
1657 2189 2555 1324 423 2562
813 1106 1524 991 14 1452
249 173 246 356 31 444
687 692 763 588 211 605
4124 6387 7018 4283 471 943
1002 1906 1968 621 435 437
1564 1624 1914 841 1204 905
2064 1586 1488 618 1890 3356
1729 986 1277 1159 935 1449
368 37 75 205 50 561
1347 1553 1694 519 878 2464
782 834 866 909 109 574
. .............. ...... ...... .. .
S2972 2933 30t14 1744 1599 1535
3376 -1820 2566 3135 458 973
1415 1084 882 748 t247 655
1284 697 760 701 802 955
3558 4957 5141 1801 2441 2413
6263 5950 5591 6033 2753 5670
613 71 66 621) 88 639
.............. 53 208 6 Vote in
1328 954 833 456 1172 686
744 1855 2031 542 89 251
1146 475 594 873 789 1988
710 446 468 868 176 1385
1021 2131 2185 578 653 602
1261 406 613 847 467 1616
450 218 190 496 230 748
2749 2889 3179 2464 379 3692
606 241 226 744 85 788
3542 1549 2192 2652 757 3651
2357 2367 2665 1070 1658 223
91,235 88,186 94,023 65,b04 40,586 86,576
88,186 65.804 40.586 73,170
3,049 Rit.pmaj 28,219 25,2180 13.40
179,241 Number polled in 1835, 200 413. Con.vot


INTION


-e 159,746


1836.
PRESIDENT.


I


* Includes the vote of Po'ter Co. in 1832". t New county, part ot Northampton.


What will Captain Basil Hall say of the
loyalty and attachment to the person of the
Monarch, evinced in the following article from
the London Spectator:
A NEW GAME FOR CHILDREN.
The Coronation is over! The nice holyday,
iand the pretty play, the ride a cock horse, and
ithe new doll clothes, and the fine music-all
Ais over!-The pretty things are put by, and
Sthe dear babies are in their pinafores again.
But all exquisite delights are evanescent! To
think that only three days ago those charming
--coaches and those spruce footmen were going
Through the steels making every body so happy
-and now it is all over! Only three days ago,
and the guns were being let off, and the peo-
pie might hear such a fine tune on the trumpet
and might see ever so many real dukes for
'nothing-and now it is all over! Only three
days ago, we repeat, and the meanest subject
of these realms, getting on a lamp post, mtght
with his naked eye, behold several ladies and
gentlemen dressed in the smartest manner
possible-and now it is all -over, and this
".mighty nation has no chance of again witness-
'.ing any thing at all to compare with it, before
Next Bartlemy Fair.
It is indeed shocking to think that-such a
pretty play ss the Coronation, with all West-
ministerAbby fora nursery, should be played
,so seldom; and certain we are, that every little
-"boy and girl under six years of age, with Lord
Londonderry at his head, ought to. petition for
more frequent performances and extra nights.
If this cannot be,- then at Ileast let every kind
;manmma, wh.. sympathies with the tastes na-


-occasionaTly win some private nursery ,nea-
tricals in imitation of the "august ceremony,"
--a thing which may be d'Me to the life, in
-the most natural manner possible, by the little
darlings themselves. We really deserve some
.credit for the idea of this new gamne,and expect
-to be remembered as the Children's Friend.
Let us slightly develope the beauty of our in-
vention.
LittlePickle, when she is good, may he the
heroine; the other babies, dressed in their best
;bibs, sit round about. A-nd see1 dear papa has
already written directions for the babies'
dresses, and calls himself "Earl Marshal."
How deligbtful!-Hh says-
"The cappr of th, babies who attend upon
Little Pickle are to ce of c 'e finest n ti. edged
with. blood lace, and ornamented with pretty
bows of colored ribbon, according to their de-
grees; viz: -
Baron babies, two bows;
Visconts babies, two bows and a half; -
Earl babies, three bows;
Marquis babies, three bows and a half;
Duke babies, four bows."'
T 'hen- dear papa has issued -directions-for
Little Pickle's female playmates, and we find
.that- ,
. '&E,-ri Marlhal's Office- -'
, "The long petticoats of a Baroness baby are
' to be of fine muslin trimmed with lace two in-
ches in bre*dth, and the train thereof to-hang
three feet below her nurse's arms. Cap of
fine nei, at not less than a shilling sa yard.
S"The long petticoats of a Viscounteas baby
same as Baroness baby; but the trimming to
be three inches in breadth, and-the train thereof
to hangfour feet below her nurse's arms. Cap
6f fine net at two shilling a yard.
"The long petticoats ofa Countess baby,"'
&c. &c. -- ..
See how easilyand as if by a natural fitness
the .whole play becomes transferred to the
nfiursery!--And pray observe, that dear papa's
directions are- almost word for word the same
as Earl Marshal's-Nor will the %"august
ceremony" flow intito the nursery with a lees
graceful ease. Let us barker to papa again-.
Little Pickleithen enters the nursery to the
accoinpanyment of two 'doaen. rattles and six
penny trumpets, with the Usher of the Birch,
Rod" on one side, and- ittleO Garter King in
arms. p thie other, and proceeds to be put in-
toetheswing.. The heaLd nurse,,supported by.
the other nurses, then advances, and chucking
her under th+ cShin, says, "There's' a. dear;"
after which,turning round to the other babies,
she 'remarks. "Here's little Pickle. mv, dar-


and cary it for her during the remainder of the
fun.
Ever so many more capital things are done,
and corals are sucked and rattles rattled con-
tinually; till at last it is time to give over, and
hey are all fetched home. -

COMMUNICATIOlN.
The proprietor of Dubufe's paintings, now- ex-
biting at the Masonic Hall, in Chesnut sfrect,grate-
ful for the patronage already received, begs leave
to inform the public that the Circassian Slave will
be added to the exhibition on Monday next.
This beautiful painting, which has been consi-
dered among the most perfect productions of this-
celebrated artist, 'represents a scene whicj is of
frequent occurrence in the East, where -the religion
of the Mussulman allows of a plurality, of 'wives, and
where the Harems are not unfrequently supplied
from the daughters of the poorer classes of Circas-
sia. whose females are. famed for their uncommon
beauty.
The group in the present picture consists of three
persons, the buyer, the seller, and the slave. .-The
buyer is a Turkish Pacha, who smokes his brokah
as he looks upon his intended purchase-.-his half
shuteyes and protruded lips proclaim the satisfac-
tion with which he beholds her. The seller, an
Armenian Slave Merchant, with mouth half open,
eyes eagerly turned towards the Turk, and hands
stretched forth, seems expostulating on the charms
of the poor girl, and desirous of enhancing her
price; whilst the latter, a beautiful Circassian fe-
malae,-
"From friends and home, and freedom far es-
tranged;"7
wirh a natural delicacy of ffeeling, her eyes upturn-


countenance, srinks from tae smtefaflrngae Hner
future owner. -
This picture haa given greater scope for the dis-
play of skill hnd taste, than any other from the pen-
cil of Dubufe; as a work of art it is perfect; there
is much to admire, whilst there is nothing to offend.
We cannot avoid feeling the moral lesson it in-.
spires, when we contrast our own happy lot,-in a
country where the feebler sex justlyy loved, honor-
ed' and respected, with the happy fate of the
beautiful female before us, whose lot is casi in a
land, yet half barbarian, where the benign influen e
of the Christian 'religion is'still unfelt., But such
things really are; the picture is true to life; it is no
fiction which is here represented. It


SALES OF STOCKS. -
i August 3. '
N1'llKn')TZD B TTH, E OADoi Of BOlKIRS
p225 'Draft on New York 100Q 100
34 sbs U S Bank 123 100
25 do Schuylkill Bank 1 51 50
5 dodo do 5010
S5 do North America Bank ; 410 400
5 do Giard Bank ", 521 50
18 do Kentucky Bank .941 100
4 do Union Bank, Tenr .91 100
50 do Planter's Bank Miss 95 100
200 do Stonibgton RR. 30ds b o 66_
100 do do 30 ds b. o 66
23 do Newcastle R "22 .5

SALES AT NBW YORK-August 2.
525 shse United States Bank 122j 123
825 do Del & Hudson Canal' 86. 85J
75 do Morris Canal 73.
50 do Kentucky Bank -- 95
0"0 d& New; Orleans Gas 90j
310 do Vicksbur'gfBanki / 86 87
275 do Ohio Life and Trust 109 110
125 do Mohawk Rail lRoad 78 761J
!10 do Patterson Rail Road 741 7'3'
625 do Rarlet Rail Road 74 711'
245 do Stonington Rtl Road -67- 6
165 do Boston & Providence R R 1lOg 106i1
75 do Boston & WorceaterRR l.. 101 10j:
315 do Utica Rail Road 8 1j 119
292 doN I Road & T Co 104.
200 do Long Island Rail Road -;i_- 861
I"_'_ i'1 ," i- :L -

PkIladelpliti Boarl .r Trw.
S, Monthly Committee.
JOSEPH HAND, OEORtGE N. BAKER,
EDMUND WILCOX.
I % t -- i i -- "--- -- -
Letter XBags .
S A-t the Philadelphia Exchan.ge. "
Packet ship Poemhontes, West, Liverpool, Aug. 20
Barue Oaey,;Bartlett. avre, soon
*, .. /-** r l .. K


O On haui Court sale.
On Monday evening, August 20th, 1838. at 8 o'clock,
will be sold at the County Court Roomn.'corner 6 t'
and Cthosnut streets, the following Real Notate,
belonging to the estate of Ann Maria Long, doceam- -
ed : '. ,
tAU that .t.e


ware- Front and 24 streets, continued in the district -
of Soulhwark, in the-qounty of Philadelphia, ett&t i-
ing in breadth on- .dS happen street 20 feet. and ex-
tending in depth northward 61 feet-bouhded j Lb- .
ward by the said Shippen streetwestward by-grovd
now or lately ofSebastian'Ruik, northwari partly
ground noiv or lately of Edward Shippen, sen., atl.,j
partly by ground now or lately ofWmn. Branson, d -
ceased, and eastward by ground iovw or lately ofVrlt -
Drury-together wsth all and singular ilhe"'wy,
streets, waters, water coursed-, rights, liberties; prt'V-'i
leges, mehrtbetis and appurtenafices whatsoever there-
unto belonging or in any wise appertaining, and th
reversions and remainders, !rents, issues and= f.
thereof, under and subject to the payment 'j jt-" -
yearly- rent charge.:9f 10 potUWl, gold or silver mo-
ney, payable to the said WiLn. Drury, his heirs ajd -.u'.
signs, clear of atl Iaes-and assessentear on the-lestJa-
nuary, yearly Iherealter frevsr;, etxtiqguihaole. -
vertheless by the payment of the principal s '.it ,
pounds, tol -or silver money. -, -- -6
,, i. + v WM. g. s lriwirMt, ..,T> "
"-- ... Ad'nliriislriorto4bj .s'Wff -"
ANN MARIA LONG, deeasd ".'
J. P. TRIMBLE, C. 0.', .
auig 4-drs .T. W. L FREEMANI Auetr..


Chillts's Equity luadex..'.
NEW EDITION. .
IHE subscribers hive for saleo an Index tvaI'ti *
reported Ctsw, Statutes, and-tGeneriea.. m. --
in or relating-to thePrinciples, Pleadiags, and P* -
tice of Equity anr Bankrptecy, ini he several Gonti '.
of Equity in England -and Ireland, thTe'P.vy.CMij "
and the fiouse of-Lrds, from the eairett M do .
to 1837, by EdwasMld Chitty, Esq. of Lin" Big:'-s
rister at "Law, ino4 rbvl 8vo. vols. ,
P. H. NICKLIN & T.JOHNON. ,..
Law -" -L
:aug 3-d3t No. 2 southttdM,
a F To Rent,
, +HE. LOWEr ROOMS in the Ifint.Mi'."
; cal Fund Society, 'ately occupied finr sa-
zard, aj a Da nciag School. They a re .h4damely
furnshedrand lighted with gas. ver ts ,
T. J. Jgll ]Ti .
aug 3-eod2w Next door afboeti~ -A-
Vorrest's Oration. "
FURTHER supply of the OaAion, sel
by Edwin Forrest, Esq. in New York, 'r stp.f
July, just received anid for sajle. wholesale an$retail,
by TURNER & FISHE .
Saug 3- 11 --.6a W .
~~ ~' '? *' u -;

AN assortment of lri V g -13h Itoei. j" 4b
-A ceived and for salel- ai t- i rr.twre, No. -
Market street., ,. .., -
-Brokcm Bank. .t J :. .- WANTED. .+- .:
S UC.aLas Famer' Bank tC, .bCadIon, il"
.Boieon. and Fulten Bank of tt." :
COmMtry Corporatio Notes watl;. an'ra1
Chester, Jeading'Lsncauser;& &c. '& (*~ra DA K&' -AM1FS4A.1A1


AGAIN.-T
894
15
8"8
1749
5568
63
3330
541
513
2341
3308
115
795
61
1965
1629-
1031
21
108
2791
69
S1325
471
23
829
7008
2032
1943
310
751
6
344
677

3162
S2875
1791
1126
4444
5798
42
McKesn
1357
1217
39
14
1994
55
3
377
73
881
3238
73,100


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V hun. HAIn.
1186 1520
3074 3623
1528 1014
1075 2077
1587 1920
4967 1584
1462 1521
3080 3289
1008 1166
450 554
1809 924
3277 3921
499 284
1634 555
161-4 1232
1894 1696
1372 1993
1030 1224
1312 2134
2102 1747
2155 2575
1138 915
1340 2628
692 1169
244 229
627 596
4144 6250
1168 1487
1987 1784
2Q08 1415
1705 938
150 85
1253 1991
917 748
796 166
3446 2409
2378 1426
1421 712
1107 473
5028 5747
7957 6536
358 52
162 60
1380 '687
511 1905
1145 856
1027 400
1143 1328
967 600
498 254
2445 28oS
724 -' 340
2878 1725
2756 2005
91,475 87,111
87,111
4,364
Pres.vote 178,586


1"ARRIED.
On Thursday. 2d inst. by the Rev. John G. Naylor,
Mr. EDwAn UMA'i;to Miss ELIZABETH CHAMBER-
LIN, a l ofh1tlicily. "
On Thliursday evening, by the Rev. Mr. Derme,
PniLu H. FELTON, .of-t nincorporated Northern Li-
berties, to ELIZARMXtHI. CRAWFORD, daughter of
Samunel Crawford, of Bristol township, Philkdelphia
county.
By the Rev. George Chandler, on the evening of
the 26th ult Mr. GEORGE W. PAYNE,tO Miss ANN ELI-
ZABETH BUZBY.
On tWe 2d inst. by John Swift, Mayor, THomAs
SMITH PARKER. to ELIZABETH A., daughter of the
late John A. Steinborger.

DIIE .
On Friday, August 3d, in the 90th year of his age; ^
ANDREW KEEN.
Her friends and the friends of the family arere-
spectfully invited to attend his funeral, from the re-
sidence of his son, James Keen, Shackamaxon street,
Kensington, on Sunday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
On Thursday morning, the 2d inst. CAROLINE, in.
fani daughter of John and Betsey A. Bement.
In Louisville, Kentucky, on the 25th 'lt on his
way from Na;ciez to Philadelphia, JAMES RBEZiT-
ION, of consumption. in the 25th year of his age.
Notice to the Countly ioArd.
1 County Conmissioners OJc d,
Philadelphia, August 2d, 188... .
T HE County Board, created by Act of Ameemby,. ,
S passed the 10th day of April, 1834, will ueet st&
the Couhny Commissioners' Office, on Monday, tjbe
13th day i, August, at 10 o'clock, A. M. for the ptt- :.
pose of providing ways and means for redeeming the .
Loan of 1839. JACOB ENGLEMAN,
C. F. HIfECKLEY;-
FARMAR.BURN,
aug 4-dtI3 County Commisaioners."
S Forlale,. C
A NEAT light-extension top BAROUCH, fini-h. '-4
A ed in the best and most fashionable style, cile-ti
ated to run exceedingly easy. The above article
will be sold very low. Also, a second-hand.3 IQ in
good order, and substanti.fly built-both to be. seen
Ut Mr. Heinrs' Coach Shop, corner oriOth ahd Getrge '
streets. aug'4=-eod
Freight to Iitisburg, -
VIA CANAL;
S l I D. LEECH & CO., (the' WW.
ern Trangporlt&ion CopaT,)
will now receipt to teliver
goods atPittshurg within fourteen days. -
Having full arrangements for wagoning good.
around the breach in the Canal,-tlhev will go througae
with ,certainty in the time above mentioned. :,; 1. -
By the Fast Line, goods are carried through in we
days. Apply to 'IUSTIN & HARR[S,
aug 4-ifdil6t N. W. cor Broad and Cherryst..
CAPE MAY.
AThe steamboat CarroUl, Capt, Smith,
Ga& will make her trips twice a week to
Cape May) leaving Chesnut tA wha(r
on Monday and Thursday morning, at 8 o'clock, un- i
til further notice. N. DAVIDSON, ,
aug4--dtf Agent. .:
Green Turtle .
vaw n ,Just received, the finT1at lot
,-of GREEN TURTLE` tdHt
has come to market this sa- '.
son, at the RUBICA'M "'
11 HOUSE, No. 165 Ohesi wg
s~treet. + ++
SOUP will be served up from day' to day, after II-
o'clock, commencing This Dafy.
N. B -Families furnished in any part of the cfiy-'
they will please give early information. -.
aug 4-d6t '
Lost,
AT the late fire on Sunday morning, in Pinstreert,-
A TWO SECTIONS OF HOSEa belorngi o th.,
Hope Fire Engine Company. Any infimatmmt ro.
spectig the same, if left at the engine house, will be
thanKtlly received. -
By order of the Board.' JAME$, BLA.CK,
aug 4-d3t Sec. of the Boaid pf Itrector'.
II o im e w a r d ound,
BY COOPER.
r lHIS day published-Homeword Bound, o6 i d -
.. Chase; a tale of the Sea, by the author of "Th .
Pilot," "Spy," "Red Rover," etc etc. in two voluameo, '
12mo. .
For sale, with all the late and popular warki., by':
KAY & BROTHERt,
aug 4-d3t. 122 Chesnut sat. bow 4th.,
Suhildren Tee thing.,
ArOTHE"S and Nure-rou : are ,w9 awll a :
MYLE that there are hundreds of those litte osthbat '.
you so dearly love, who are daily hurried ifto anlunh-'
timelygrave, from that distressing malady., Cavuro,.
sIONS, which almost every infant falls prey o at the
time of dentition; therefore, you who are iMO'rias,
and have the eare ot those littlee oAnw, st il4rlit
Dr. Paris' celebrated SOOTHING $YRU f oj ir-
fantile Teething, which has- preserved thousands,
when thought past recqveryo from that destruoYi..
ravaged. This invaluable Medicine can alwahfi.-B
obtained at the Medical Office, No. 19a"o 8tiugw
opposite Fttbert Street, Pbiladelphia. aug 4-dim-








3Detu-cratic 4(uAn y W1etlugs.
D01ELEGATE ELECTIONS,
o be held on. Monday Evening, Augat.t 6h, at 8 o'eock
**-- "K in the Eeenirsg.
r'.ihq,,d<.cratic citizensof the County cfPhi-
ladelpfhiaare requested to meet in their -respective
Wards, jTwships, and Districts, on MO N D A Y.
RV E V TU G, Ihe 6th "Atust, i1838, to elect three
Delegates "0o represent"said. Wards, Districts, and
Thowpsipe, in Co.unty Convention. to frame a T.ck-
at to be supported at the ensuing October election.
By qre of.sheoDpIegses:. .
FIA'T cOQA ESSIONAL DISTRICT.
SOUTHWARK. .
Mrsi W.ad-. t George Danneker's, N. W. corner.
of Swiu iand Almdnd streets .- .
SedlVard-At J. Goodwin's, S. W. corner of2d
andCalhri'esitreets. -
-Idd Ward-At Mrs. Bodett's, 5th and German
p tn e e d ".* .- -. --
SFihA Wart-At Wea. C. Nolens', S. E, corner of
5th and Queen Ariee.1--
Ftha Wuree-A Eht s Peaks', corner of Moyamen-
lag Road and Fejleral strt et. -
., ,, ^AST MOYAMENSING.
-At the house of Andrew McGrath, coriter of 'Small
and tt.-; -
WEST MOYAMENSING.
Atthe house of John Pascal, New Lebanon, cor-
,ner of th nd Carpatemr streets,.
'^^.K-PA8BYUNK .
A;t' lha 1 of George Moore. -
.i' :'BLQCKLEY." '
SAtthe bouse of H. MeClellan, on the Lancaste
Turnpike, HetiDoviile; '
KIN8E3SIlNg*.
At the661'-efeorge Fuhr.
S, "ERMANTOWN.
-At J huse e f Jacob Bisbing.
SAtIevering'Hultel. -
t Wf-W .PHiLADELPHIA.
At th.a p 'Wp. -iuShea, Pernnsylvania Inn,
Limosat.? Road. -" '
.p-:4i:A TOL TpWNaHIP.
At' ts house of Jr*n -WatsO, in Briitol Town.
THIRD CONORJ5$aINAL DISTRICT.
NORTHERN LIBERTIES.
r F d-rdAt Framicis Miller's, Cailowbill below
jid s 'r ','-"'' -S
gebomd Ward-4Atfhe house of Louis Snell, N. W,
cor'nl-.ftlfown.t.d Calluwhill sireets. "
T7"rd Wa -.t-Ashb. house of Charles Wiggins,
corner of 20, andarhuiny street. -
SFodAWs*%fi-At Ieae Allaoway's, Old York'Road
and-bttunw6od at.-- --
^0 l War -At Jacob B Reifl'T, corner of Front
and .cate d-aL .
SitA Wxrd-At the corner of Coatee aimd Thir4
streets. -
S041 W V*% eirat, ,nBa'a Helad, 2nd -
above .Pe 'ar .1- .. ,-. .-
First Ward-At Thoma Quzitoa'e,comer dfFrank-
fordoqd and Mandeorr n street. -
S- VamhrA tk .ese.of Abel M 1chel, in'.
trs~tio st o2 at. and Germantown Road.
Dbid -WasWr&-At Patrick Ctark's, corner of 4th.
and Mastenr s. I ., '
if, Wirl-Aet the 'home of Win. Rabo., corMner
ofMa&#oMough and Bedford. sts,. '. ..
E 'mtt nt-As i.ilttp.-Miler's, at the cwrer, of
Frankford Roadand tover street, -,
py.< 1'PRINGV GARDEN.t -
f .War-,-A&t Joseph Stillwagori's, Rid e Road,
near'Wod street -- .
S4 nd Wai'.--At tle house of R. H. Bartle, Cal-
lo nitrFbo0 e _21 stt et. -
70ti,-d Word-M -Jos i Colins', corner of Callow-
hilt andd-Mbtylkilt2-d ht.-" -' -
F' 0UsAtf nrd-At the house of H. Berrill, 9th and
Grehd trees. ":
UNIM P0PORATED NORfTi t L4B E.1TIEA'
Aft e fieoue o Charles Sitrayline;. sin of the Buck,
corep Ff.rnt street and. Hprrowgate Lane. -_ -
NORTH PENN' TOWNSHIP.
Ab toJlpuse of Jwoph Lake,Robin flood Tavern.
$ O OUTH PENN TOWNSHIP.
Afi8t10hoise of Mioi'el Pray, cornier ofTumer''s
Lar ,,ad Bsoad st.
S OXFORD Tpw SHtIP. -
At the house of A': Major, Frankford. '
4-sIQtOWER DUBLIN TOWNSHIP.
At the house of Thomas S. Paist, Bell's-corner.
MO6RLAND TOWNSHIP,
As ht housee of~bner Worthind"tn.
BYBERRY.
At*h htjmmuiof'Juhn Roberts. -
D1iaW9U'TIC HARVEST-HOME CELE-
0 eThp deworAic citizens ofthe borough of Nor-
risftartnd viotity, are respectfuHy invited zW- at.
Sefi iavesbtHiome. Celebration, to be hel.i in -ow-
eliWlod,.ta i4hbortug& on SA TURDA Y, August
llth, 1838, ,Diner to be on the table precisely at.
balf-pint ] o'clcik. .
Committee of Arrangement.
J'.Pdahn, John Jacobs,
Samtuel Ovenshine, I. W. Davis, -'
A-ditW Hess, Joseph R. BooK us,
.W-.WZ. Matheys, ; W 1H. Holstein, "
A W. Shearer, Wi-n. A. Crawford, -
Jtoph E tdimna, ,. Lpvi -Haa, .
John Fed, 0.Fry. "
, ,,-I '--,w -.-- dt mr _"a ..e-r of locust
.Wad,rl r equest~ed to meet on Monday evening, 6th
in,-at' ar"kIock; at the sign of Martin Van. Burse,
sonta-e,.t-.omrer *1 -Locust and t2th streets, on bbsi-
ne| p'aiatory to the election ftWard Delegates on
juept ofbthe Delegates. -
lww ary, Spring Garden.--TPhe democratic ci-
. tignkaof ibeFirst Ward, Spring Garden, are request-
ed to meet at the house of Widow Steinmetz, cerner
o-T pganr and Callowhil streets, on Saturday even-
ing, 41a inst. at 8 o'clock, to nominate candidates to
bIeapporeto for Delegates on Mornday evening next.
The democrats of'ihe Ward are earnestly requested
to *tHnd. r -.


j|'p grapict: Society,--A Stated ameet-
6 c- oti oeiety w tl be eti f oin Saturday evening,
at-o'loCkk,thHaU of the Fire Association, cor-
nier.of 5th and Nortbh streets.
-r:'. ., ..- WM.:-WEItJINGTON,,Sec'y.
dwwk WerSt&nSoM'wark.-Theaemoicratic ciizenp
of.ltrPourthWiyd, Southwark, in order to leave the
-ei, freei ,hiceh the election for Delela es is to ba
,, are requested, to meet' at the house OTWM. Wil-
Iettatj t "apath-wat corner of'. 5th and Queen sts,,
on Moandy evenigr -6th inst. at half-past 7 o'clock,
for the purpose of choosing Inspectors to conduct the
Delegat4ieieetion, which will takeplace at the house
of Wwit-C. Nalen, at the south-east corner of 5th and
Quee str'eeM,-oQthe same evening, at 8 o'clock.
"Byorder of the Delegates.,
- ....-. To JSUler li ters. ..
R E utbaribers- wis to employ, a first rate SIL-
aJ.VE ,R.PLATER and METAL WORKMAN,
.44 go to. asn, Md. To onie who cacqn.oe well re-
.oaiafthda for sober and industrious habits, liberal
gqt M deoqntant employment will be given.
-4 ANDERSON '. HOtKINS. -
-auF-dt <. Coach Makers, Easton, Md.
J.tiIas Classica No. 9,'
W 'IL TO4'i bliahed on Monday next.
,,^% "- 'H. S. TANNER,
a |' ." 309 Market st.
"- Ilolasses, &c. -
1 t.l H.HDS. prime Trinidad Molasses.
WtF 30 tierces, and 100 bbl9. fine strained Ho-
"n4. .
10O-hhds. Porto Rico Sugar.
JO100 oes A.' Ysuaga white and brown Sugar.
-:'tObas Laguayra Coffee.
Fr Sle Wb-y J. McMULLIN SONS.
~, *SW" Nos. 15 and 25 north Water st.
*^^.tije e ^ sermnons,
UEPAL Views of Commerce. ,- and; Pol.
.$tls, in twelve discourses, by-j l. Dewey,
-At tvilB ) -*n :* -* i. -
SAlo, Dewey'yf, is, ,complete in 2 vols. -
'... P:... ret iufmphrey's Tour.
Qrilat Britain, F and Belgium-a short Tour
iv 1*35, by Herman Humphrey, D. D., President of
Alaierst College, inT 2vls. 12mo.
SJust ireived- dfor saleby
"' KAY_ & BROTHER,
.! 2-d-3t 122 Chesnut at. below 4th.


-" ": OTICE.
IF M .e i-em-cratic Citizens of the Fifth Jdrd,
., Jorthmt Liberties.
3.EIGisfai6d oflry being placed fpon nomi-


JAfMES i1AND'S~ JjWNS~
For New Vork, ua| ta.
New 'Express-Tranrsinprtat rne
J The canal barge AT'LANTI, will sail as
above. For frein.aopp y to
S.' JAMES HAND,
aug 4-d 58 south wharves.
JA.A1E' JilAIJ'V 6. LIAJ.
For B]Altiamore, via Caiual
This Day.
The fine schr EXCHANGE, Capt. Robin-
i son, will sail ai 6e. For freight apply to
` JAMES tIAND,
-ang 4-d .* 584 south wharves
JAMES hAND'S LINE.
For iorlbhi & PetersburgVa
SThis Day.
A K The schr FORTITUDE will sail as above.
J ]For freight apply to JAMES 'HAND,
ang 4--d 'b8 south wharves.
JAMXES HALJD S L1VE.
For Savanatsah, Geo,
t The fine fast sailing copper fastened clip
&jS3per schr ORAZABO, Captain Smith, is now
loadiug, and will sail in a fewdays. For freight ap-
ply to JAMES HAND,
aug 4-d 58f southfwharves.
For Freight or Charter,
The A A shipJANE ROSS, Mclntosh,mas-
a -lter, Irihen 40"--totis, c6ppered and copper
fastened, carries a large cargo, and i-ia good order
for any'oyage. 'Apply on board at South at. wharf,
or to -STEPHEN BALDWIN,
ang-4-d4t N. W. cor. Fromnt and Walnut eta.
V It OIICE.
S Consignees for Ship J A NE IROSS, Mcln-
0toah master, from Liverpool, will ptease send
their permits immediately to the counting house of
Stephen Baldwin, or on board at South street wharf,
permission having been, 'granted'by the collector to
send ail goods to the public stores, not permiitted-
within days.- a35t
Pa'sage fjrom Londoniderry.
JSSS Persona wishing to engage passage for their
friends in first rate Shiptosail from London-
derv for Philadelphia:
One B th4l 1st July, One on the 2Olt July,
S do. 5t& August, I do. 20thAugust,
"May now do so by applying to the subscriber. 14
is expetcdthe ship Erin, Captain Wilkinion, will he
the last, leaving Derry this season.
1ROBERT TAYLOR,
1e -.d 276 Market st. above 8th.
For iverpool;
. The ME 1 British barque FAIRFIELD,341
B Etbns, Slack, master, has good accommodations
for cabin and steerage passengers. For freight or pas-
sae, apply to STEPHEN BALDWIN,
jy lS-.dtf N.W. eor. Front and.Walnutaits.
Caution.
All persons are cautioned against trusting
Zmany ot the crew of the Br barque FAIR.
F EtDfro LondSonderry, as no'debt* of their con-.
Atracting will be paid by th Captain or Consignee.
Sjyl. ^ff .
Catlioai.
,aE All persons are cautioned against trusting
any ofthe crew of the Br. barque LEONARD
DO NN, from Liverpool, as no debts of their con-
tracting will be paid by the Captain qr Consignee.
ie 30-dtf
-Wanited,
iS A good-VESSEL, of roa 200 to 300 tons
A burthen, to load 1or, a Southern port. Apply
to-- \ JAMES HAND,
ag -d 58j south wharves.
~ Wanted,
A WHITE WOMAN to cook, and attend to other
A domestic duties. Reference in respect to capa-
'bility will be required, and liberal wages given; In-.
quire at this office. jy2'7-dtf
S Salt-Salt.
tiHE subscribers have in store, qand offer for sale
A at the lowest Market prices:
10,000 bushels Liverpool Gqouhd Salt.
.800 sacks do. do
2,000 bushels Cadiz do.
2,500 do. Turks Islanl do.
1,000 saecks Fine (Ashton's and other Factory fill-
ed) Salt. BOLTON ,4 CO.
.Foot of Willow street Railway, either on Delaware,
jy 28-d3w -or Schuylkill.
Stammering Cured.
Dr Comstock's Vocal ,iftimasium and Lyceum-for
Elocuion.
A LL' aeirous of entering this instilution, either
I f-Methe relief of Stammering or improvement in
lictioB, may leren the conditions of
S ANDREW COMSTOCK, M. D,
S. 100 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Mr. Editor ..--About seves weeks since, I placed
yee.fun4.r the care of Dr. Apdrew Comatock, No.
100 Arch street, Philadelphia, for the'removal of an
impediment in my speech, with which I had been
afflicted fo~r thirteen years. I am.now happy to state-
that I can'icnversU with ease anG fluency, and that
I.feel'noLhe ittidn in speaking in public. I have
witnessed the same, happy results in many other
cases, hoth of ladies and gentlemen. I have no doubt
of his his success in curing the8 most inveterate stain-
merers. Unlike all ot-ecs who have professed to cure
ssatanaaringin this country, Dr. Cojnatock exacts no
pr$Timie9 ot secrecy ftornhia patient. EN S



.... ..i F tE! LAMB'SIS
jy 31-dtf E 248 Pearl street New York.
Ijiverpool Gxronud Salt,
'; AFLOAT.
^*jrhr^^.BUSHELS Liverpool Ground Salt,
OUW now discharging from brig North
America, for sale low, in lots to suit purchasers.
BOLTON 4- CO.
Foot o( Willow street Rail-Road,
jy 28-.-dlOt onl Delaware.
1IL A MB'S
Spark E~kiumgiiisher and


Artester.
ALL persons wishing to avail themselves of the
. ad vantage of the above improvement, will plea
Take Notice, that all further applications are to be
made at the office of JONAS P. FAIRLAMB. Jr.,
Chesnut street, north side, 2d door east of Schuylkill
6th street, Philadelphia.
Also, for the purchase of many valuable Improve-
ments in Rail Road Cars.
All claims thereto of L. C. JUDSON, Esq being ex-
tinguished by mutual consent, as also JONAS P.
FAIRLAMB, Sen., the exclusive right having been
purchased by said JONAS P. FAIRLAMB, Jr.
1J. P, FAIRLAMB, Sen.
GCivil;Engineer and Patentee.
jy 27--d2w L. C. JUDSON.
NOTICE.-
I NSOLVENTS who wish to avail themselves of
. the opportunity of SEPTEMBER TERM to ad-
just their difficulty, will do well to call at the sub-
scriber's office, in Chesnut street, near Scbuylkill 6th
street, north side, where they can have all instru-
ments of Writing, &c. that are requisite in such eases,
at moderate charges.
N. B--Advice gratis.
JONAS P. FAIRLAMB, Jr.,
Surveyor and Conveyancer.
D WANTED-A FARM in Pennsylvania, with-
in 20 miles of Philadelphia, worth from 6 to 10 thou-
sand dollars, for which Ground or Lots in the city
and suburbs will be given in exchange, With some
cash, if required. Apply to
JONAS P. FA1RL vMB, Jr.
Surveyor and Conveyancer,
jy 27-d2w ChesnUt st. near Schuylkill. 6th st.
NOTICE-
Mechanics' and Traders' Bank, of New Orleans,
PHILADELPHIA AGENCY, Julyv 18,1838. $
T HE Directors of the above Bank have declared
ia dividend of THREE PER CENT., for the last
six m.ttFh which will be payable to"e Stockhold
era in thIthy, on and after the first Sptember next,
at the Gimrd Bank. WM. D. LEWIS,
jV 21-dtSlO Cashier Girard Bank.


NOTICE.
In the Court of Common Pleas for the City and County
of Philadelphia.
In the matter of the Estate of JOSEPH F. BOSSER'
and Wife.,
THE undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Cour
olt Com.mon Vleas, to audit, settle and adjust the
accounts 'of JohnI Hough, Jr. and Levi Knowles, Jr
Assignees of the estate of Joseph F. Bossert and Wife
arid to report distribution of the balance in their
hands, will meet for the purposes of his appointment
A*3. ,&wa. A 10-Q .ti,. 'nlynkir P M nt hi


*A~f3tE4ICANT 'IMJAlTUE, Philadelphia, WiUMingtes*x Aa Sk Sales by
WALNirrSTREET. saeso b A, OtOn Sales:4vg
~1~'misioi~Bo eaS ents-'Pit 25011ets. Slsb'to .M iir~&
.ooupen at half-past 7-commene apreciseUy.# RO INE T. lirchl, Jr. By i .le,.ali ,"l ^ li S
", DA~RAIL-ROAD LINE. AN' ua eot~d Sre^. 4, sut& J i.-- ."Heom tret oi-4 -,a,
MR. CONNER'S BENE N and after Monday, the 16th July, the steamboat ..- e -
O which occasion, Mr. J. E. MOROCK and Mr. J TELEGRAPH, Captain Whilldin, will leave AV PRBIVATE eALT. SUPERIOR MAHOG Y. ". 1..
R. SCOTT will appear. the foot of Dock street, daity, at 7 o'clock, A. M. for A pair of elegant plush covered Sofas. Also, On Monday afternoOp, rer .*t l i ..
,T~ ........ A a ......... ia^, Wilmington, from thence. passengers take the Rail- splendid inlaid rosewood portable desks, and gen- At4 o'clock, on the Rail Road whari, adjoining the 'w ., ..
T1iHIS VSN1INT, AUGUSTl 4, 1838, Road, arrivingin Baltimore at 2 o'clock, in-time to tlemen's anl laies' dressingce Navy Yard, 259 logs of 'superior table and crotch ma. I4lh inst. at 1 o'om&k -.M. wi be sold at Itl.-
Will be acted, connect with the Norfolk boats, and the ines for .hogany, a great part of. which wae-slec ied forl the Philadelphia .i aamat1876 shar4r ofatock in rs
DOUV LASS. Washington City and the West. '* *iy 9 l Or, the Noble Shepherd. AFTERNOON LINE, WESTERN AUCTION STORE, lt Wai, a CAR.-" -
Glenalvon......................Mr. E.S. CONNER Will leave the Office, No. 280 Market street, daily, at 'e. 5Marke street, Jyrthside, above 12tuy h i ami L. I- a RFAL ESTATE-A' ttts .
Youn Norval..................... Mr. MURDOCK 2 o'clock, P. M., (except Sunday.) Passenger by this 8' V. South Tkrd Strtw. ,Whtherdhms at thePbildelpbi xehige"
Ol ----.. "M ..'Lin6 will arrive in Baltimore at 8 o'clock thie sa -ARD-T bia..er. CAR .Te le t tr e, lerte,& .. 'untae rod T iR .uim ii ,,xmi
Oldv----------- -.S evening. Four Horse Onanibusses wiU be at the C ARD.-& Pott Caebwitakers. o s deR.Tie4 ea w. ia valuableh hroi !r pAqgust To conclude, with the Dramt of wharfon the arrival ofthe Morning Line fromiNew CArlluature l ve o nitadvertised W.nt l. L ." 5.
Tocoelde ihthe Outaw.~o York, to convey p~mseeogers free of chrge6 to the De-.aietFritr or his next Mon-th] Catalg utaoo sAl- AliM- I i e
o Ma.sire.-----Outl-M. E,. NNE' r sale, in Augu~hew ral advan 6th strc~r~v~to os~Poited~'s ui,,, ,nab,,ist.,,,,.a" bion ,nse' tnAugust)eorahnext.adana
Jeamy Twitcher r. [ Ha.away Pierre, Mr Ev..ening Lt.e for Wilmington, ce aHOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ay, the 17thif. t....so.a....- str beHoest '/,u ''
(-m-., .... e. Ms cept Sunday) at S o'clock. Passengers for the Bran- T mor T.W.L Freeman ,willho s -a .l.nthePiladl- Also, 2 rio.y WckL-
On Monday, Mr. MUR.OCK'S Benefit, dywine Springs will be carried in either of the above At 9j o'clock, at the auction store, phiar Exchange, in the latter part of'Augtm Exeefi t part of iy. .
In preparation,.and will shortly be produced. a fac lines. JEREMIAH BOWMAN, Jr. A geaerl assortment of household and kitchen fur. tore sal i Notherart-invited toavailther voftlk- ". .
simile of the "CORONATION, or the Britih Queen, JY 16-d Agent. niure, comprising igh, field and low post bedsateads,- N a le s e,-, a ey JT O pe>Hn .
,, se, unltess saes are eimte. A
Victoria." FOR LONG BRANCH, DEAL, AND MAN- feather beds, mattrasses, bureaus, dining and break- ,,, lo eT W L, Frea C
Vicora. FR.ON BANC, EA, NDMA- A D."T ""s-kgwrs"-/'. W. I- Fa rremswu I .'' A,
fast tables,. card do ney and Windsor chaim, look- ,ANpe ,full, ,aln theattentiono,, Op rvate -.ule4-.b .1*. 'l3 '.,, .
WERI l 1 AIN' IU8 EU .E U I Passengers will take the g glasses, ,Carpets, oteea,. crockery,, and the upual o0er .. ..isb3tensi.satesf of A14. .,1....
Sir'net f r Ciheasut ana d Ffh streets. [ ." ha. doadtph. td .z ,I A se a loetofhameass.dI 1 rt that talks we- blfe riture, to be sold.i.sthe fllowl.ngod Meon 1-J-Zb a ts.d" j I 1
._.-- ,Chesnut street wharf, dily A, a l o t hs e dayal.0 by order of assignees, at the corner of 11th ia BOCEOO6Wr, STOu, AND FIjr i .Am
-1m Museu isopen d44iy from 8 o'clock, A. M. 0 1dusoay cepted t o 0' cou.n.t.rrshow.glas.a tstree.s.'luem, at h8.-. eoe iof' ....
'T^.^"^ 0^^^^"0'01^'^ ^Slaa Sundaykexcpted i Q-F-~~i TPATZ 8*1 Fjbat street*; Tue~ay,Bt lrt8i .E. toi*of maw, VwrG ^. -
Still10 P M. Rail to clock,.A.VtoBordentow w., FUILNITUR AT PRIVBATL Mi. and Marshall; Wednesday, by -orj r o thf,... do--On Monds' ...-
..." =' ..... '. "'" .... ...... ... L onloror is etvt L" oltaS. Poute tnu .:..........., .... .g -const...ant--y, ,ro.m the -ay ormnil
Additions are constantly making to this collection, thence hyRail Road' to Heightstownand thence by o. lere. .Te.ei. ng .. ntantly from the m -at the t anetio store; ,Saturday, atshi auction" r*We., 'At9 c t'dlt'.k tf't fa Atg's'. '-" t
which et present' contains many rare and valuable (actes. 1.h _inM. aeee h h wilsel t reduced Not T. stu t do b as s r .
cars~~as thetoorkso a .... 5inet furniture, all 06'W ihobhe- willsell at reucedl .. .. ... ... ; r _
speaw at works f ,. natue and art. Fare to Long Branch, .3 00 w_ ... B .... .. ..... North Ot stratet, two doore below. V-Be, uet .. S ,,

CIN AN 0^ ^^^ FYiricesmre-~^^fore, on pror,g to; hianiby-alrtient v ,.--tiRn -T Exctors SAdLnsis ^- ^W ^5^r%^
Tchei partA CsmORiaMeQntains views ofthe prin. do Deat, ,. 34)0 P-ADetEne"rt olok d an att. a -t rDT to, Admian torS AWgze...- t-r-ofi. n aro.-'-"
ties of E.urope, with many ot4er interesting do M laa m, e g p 0.A a lot of b. lock and plAI matting -. 9-Apra n s on eal-or Pe'on e .r p. '..r .p_. -



SN. B.--The room ie well ventilated and abundnnt- E a=tf*0. t.of Dpcr^^^'ve "oeieg, at a Alo, 76 boxes 8 iby 10 wipdow glaa, m lots to Sehuylidll, the sto.k and fixtu,,s of a grocery ~g an ,^Vm^?1i*"' m ?nt ,i*.roy lie. tot2 ,co_.SB, .,
PP ..a ..... .. p. 6 c Fa 4. sait a. n, ...artery store, conetmiAe onf a eao rtment P ore .
rObjefs of Natural History prepared on the A KtoAloL t 4 B Mo leaves the __u.. h ,, ,, ,.Alo vaiy en rs atchairs, T u asnof every description fo-rxc 'ursa tittr" .
.abj. ""e .. '. e dtf em," ioun g -~ j ~ps f~o r Executorsu altui4fotln41 i~trs. ij 3. ". r, -
shrF'Uniform price ofadmission, 25-cents. a crteda A. By genree P L Smith, -ySW'"4 i crim


SChildren undesrtnged and fitted up n accompanied by Plat o'elpAia, r ie n4gon, ;d Baltimr -, Pa WAionc TO AUCTION TOf- nEan. ,, L.,, ,.. .. j
thpecimarents may e guardians, half prie Musm. j 31-dtf An mus willinds of different coe lors and sine4wstairant i St rc- "a"d"nr lc and Variety Store '.i Fwrea. j emjc ussprisveB mDa. .-qrz-'


r'u,- Uvi r~f ,,- t the arrval, of the Morning Lw fro New York, to ./v "* con" 91 .fro "'*na -. fixture.. Particulara. to-nnerwrv, -*. =. ,.. ,, oord, vesin11[, ilu^ 1 a nb ialimC.Bfn.
T -first seat is appropriated exclusively for Child,- MORNING LINE A kBALTIM RE. A iwFtingrain do, mattingewall.willbe sold at retuc- Oy- i.ng ..o g o.i
Sran. TThe nn steamboat Tr grph, l eaves the d prices mtWill wbe gde atral 9 o'clock., ainaallowhi tm # r :ies- .M. .. y b"".r' ,
N.' B.....-he romiswllvntlte n "abundnnt-'_= -bo of, DockN~ stee; evrymeritngdtea- Ailo,75boxesd 8th l~yi6 itdow'H glassnr. lots to ne._Tkllthe tc anug fxt. e* of cat groery m 'Couhnwerin, imatiuss. ropes.dines, s
thec erooaitedl. vue, thep~and t--ok. smf romveutarste t eer o rningat,rf a t A. ...e. ..5 boeexesat, orn e e ,e m d, ~ m nttis o~d li..| bt,
spl A D A M quar te r" VE, .mrnin p.as.t 6oclock. Fare 4.... a r til the fiprt Fal aer s at rdatcepioge which will take ridet ste handsome end uperr upture of a private f b, ..o sviu r, and sho,-va.-
D~Ojcsof Natural History, prepared on the -AiPT~XRO4N kLxvcz isoz Bar-xoux, leaves the iii. -- rn.m its~oaps Slawu;boaes



rest notice, and iopen but a shperiort time longer.s and' ofice, No.(excpt Sunday) arket stme 'ctaily, (except Sunday,) e on or about the fit of Snlitbr. tiquors, leavirge gtasrm ose buthr afeew months, eh eate. .o.laicl', -




l MN JU AN u AITTt E- Tn L AMid TnO A may 4-- fftf .Salem is for persons rellnquishnm g houoekeeping sistung ofta sptenaid gran a.c.ion piano o rs. e,'w imh quf.an~t hirif j mi-.p t nfiiM-^m mat n...
imn mAy "e s at h Mu. y' f. .w wileattededntoathetdWe oratt cp, powder, sht,,oe., brush. an assortmentof ii o
magmof cent ar nge n feet wu e any st 2 'clock.AVle on AO hardware, quantity aofdrygoplc ,.a. lsothp ocind rl, on. U1gJ1 '
Spcmesma ...en tth usu. j 1" n-Oaiuswl b nreadiness At-to rosatte hres oican nr ao4be hotrJ wharf. on, me n n rle, n impev' a%~tt@l.. .. ''
hTgh, Hpresen.tgathrIingsenefromthepemothe arrival, of the MorningU Lon i tho delivery s eork, tX oX rM sgr h seatg, ort o5 mB. aronand B-he btei.ne fir Particulars- t.-w. cord.he a.,




Lord B~yron-- it is considered a m aster piece, .. ; '-7. eaB L a l M ERCH .A N D] IZ S is prticu- : 'B 1ti'7"niWT~qT l'ltDT A lT TO ole-top p ier tables,. ands~om e o entr e. do, gilt mantelg t titein Of.ddiJnl a .adoth 8 ^Dltie
SPL NIID.PAINTNG1 p- O IABNE. MKES. rad4ciion Piano Forte, IpIitk bu U6S*Iheediftee.9 tn~ax*



SSAINT JOHNIN TH DSERT.-A STEAMBOAT LINE George W. ith wil v liberal cash advc rand pier gss, mantel cltock.ipoern moim. HOUiHJL )UlI J 4..
MAIONC HAL, INCHESNT- STEET, T 0 ib Ac L I'l M40CE4) on-o11 kinds oif Ftsrniture, anicy Articles"&cwhlich.ThOnt Auuestaty10 e'lM~ yctlge nCu~mutsrahaebgstad



tifl fi tie cefleSt John his,,uth ,uen fin ehis the year, the Proprietors ofd thFrWa e nhington Line have heldat the limited pieces 4reo cut ga eownersntel .arhpTn, lornge, rlor, .caoetst eet eatta s o a t ...." '."'" '



h- t^ir T,, ...... ? ... .. ;, m ,,' ,,,,. ;, A',, mad arrangemaems to deliver .olods in Pittsburg in At 9 o'clock, at the auction store, PaMmsege and-siair carp ing and r.od ya. v it .an btind,... .. ,, ,_ e.m f .mo..m~? .., ; .. -
mornihn tcse X t erf low ka d f e ve ry fp te Wtildi Clbe-o d a ene-arrtmeteveryn o e n t ret, t .rM o eWestGast. .st atn thMcti<-cto. .f/,. .
Johnw ADAM-ANDEVEtshr, afndwI ata cgr- Dry Goods a 75 per h$eepoundsa, trhand furnttureFal Salesiaalsu whi reh i buaeasid, treand u-tsome pe roi a 0 warivore Wrl besor.iemt an ..e i, newo ufr ".id 'h"
Will continue open butlos and short time locusnger. t, (except Sunday) at l 'do dFuTare $700. place on or about theia Setember. family leaving ty;in use but a few monthsdcoh-i -eh. ,s con rei o -
THF m PINCEt PainOing, AP A-k feet wide and i. d in e ra (1 da atwill be atteddedoto o* theae dwellings,gorat the suc- Igass tubed,4c. rade.Oby:Geles & W -o m coat mill, engine, cutting box, liquor-







th ** "hig expisiente a a ringtisene, f droee the p m n o Ads t ie W, MOORthdEAD, tion rosand the shortestca notice, and o reasm able vo to lanile,1 t o p 'llarwand.ha tiewpiano n nd, roller, one timdplh eta l i .,
satoi rona s hsstaireing froam the canvass, em 9- tf Agent. erms. spdsreasia ngaa eat sofae figured hair ybexatjing,.coat mar- a. i .Te abovetIs .f. .. o k
'Loer it a prfect study. er e d.a -",piece. "-- ad the ....... ic,,pahE SAL E.. t vs b le soppier d tables handsome.n 6 .gilt T nls, of- eth *ol '. b tin", ,
SAINTHE RE VOLT IN P ARIS IN A. D. 1358.-a hnge Of d ur, .Tesirable sidt this season of UReNITU Sand erous maanfe eprocurg a spleudiod mistrumnt, i o M l M la..-. "
A John w as clothed with Camel' haira, and wifeet For WilmingtonX DAYS, Newport Brandywine Spring Carets atPriae Sae-A A general assortment of behave an dfra, vb an seutglyms-d hin, l dieU' ressi TA S .hl. lti, .,
a gr- Dry Goods $1 75 per hundmed pounds. hand futriiiture, cormprisin spring seat sofadesn.bueubras,-edepmhogt wardroeb, Wil be sold, an assortmeuo e'c
dle of a skin about his loins,,and he did aett locusts Hardware,' 1,621 do An. -bureaus. dining end bea. ruabe card d, fncyhghpstbdse dshq ,matttesses,4.adnefjutze ohslgi msgm iims---


iand wild hoey. 1- t. Markl, chap. ,Ivo o 'Gocsris, 1 0 On and after Tuesday, rin ets f u tre, wilbepo iitvey is,%eiothe. ieghestbOder; e.



f r oGm t hIfn i nfd o ,.. a n th e r e v o l t e d P r i n t h e D a u p h i n -... ,-,] AM H 1 .I .. -- -- .7 --
THE-PRINCESS OF OAP.UA.-In-en ,atti- And in tho usual time (10 daps,) at a deduction oadf jd othe.-efi.ates okigoai~cr- ahoy and tongs, marblpor wahsbtu*d- ik&th ay-eawrksw S~ igbes
tnn #'#apets, matting, loking glss s', rn s. ovel o ai,,or


tuharles, Duke of ntemplationdy, and R egent of France, 0 cents per h tndred d thet aboverc .tongsb .eats, feather b ds,' a t kiien f niture, stoves, #s tended A, al wo .
the exquisite aptivitysh, splendid drapery of the whiteApplyat ther. Warehouses, s.Iandturng, witrl At Oingrain 315 north Sixth st 4 carpeting, above Bttrugs, t oseillbeopenonModahepwoo. bedsteads;m ey I t be tlt b
sitBloc'k, B.oad street.8W. r. MORHEAD, kne anotheale, front 'to 3 A. ockwhen -piano, IOel owa a r yim,, M .i i.. ..,






are all O adINAm o, rcelved direct fro m th e .n arusts. 'en," j ", .'f .n tioni to ever ca r s. l Hating had ng experience vi to, i" ., t, few ontb.-,f ag,"t," a .... 316-- ^ RDKt
by whom, they were painted; they are brilltantl lit Ch'ester, -wooi, -ev ,ew,? f-or ,.he .... -"- on Cutting cloth on the'mos approved rM'Ies, which wdll about leaving the city, "consisting ofta superior and Near Ihe Ben Ta~ro,, Di~ Ro tdt, 6iiiw
up with gas in the evening; the room is well vent thdArgevnUe-1e fw give neatness, fashion and ease to the gamet, an very fine toid piano forte, made by Albnecht, c "atay Alw* .Ifialn ,-
-THE, aREL p PRfe IN Asa .. #e..eation.t th. 138- Ch.a. _or atmret as end prices than can ie obtained e inme o sbtai0d.-ol Rusia carpet, ist 2 per ,at.- ROBERT TO B'Kb]4Ibe'i -- i




diet aft-Ae he heaof^ te d. i,__ ,- = .ty, w ewa.ite knt, n attentus nal, bsitnen s, heflatter tk BIpntlongsstwodoanfoin. B an k N o le 't h'l-
ors0 ihosedesirouwiflprouringai- n future treel 8 in. .-. ---- ". --._. .. T- s r-
the bnd Historical 1 Painting by -iraum 1n1 feet For Wl Btn, Nobewport4t;,randywineSpilehave a favorable a o rtunithwy, as it, amwele te t





10 at night. Admittance 9.5 cents. Season tack. .Q k- The."Baltireote Line of meres and Vestings, which wall be cut to order at :and other-lamps, venitian blinds, printsl, passage and.... .. ,F f- t ,-w^"'# "..,
Onnaets OTne dollars .I n je 26-afdtf ae nt ct -- urnair carpeting, rwill s rich cutive glass, o d inneo" and tah der -A s11wil t-.





.....<. :,,'Bee^^ i Y ....i.' To trimming and making Coat; tro -, ,,.., set china,elegsnt Secretary and bookcas'e, dtaing rnn &Tf.',.ASK r of. y *.f,-,i,, ch,, .kuo --
hig eanl aldy, 1 wide rcelo,,.Provostof.ParissavesO d d a u s ayen netoi i olherltblesiweleg tdr g bureaus, fatble t e






"To the Vbters of the city and county "of Philadelphia. W a.,rI^ earsansdsPosed to tke an TIotimmming and makingVestsand pan-. top washstands, superior taaho~gany bedsfeada nd- ._ ... TEt'_m BA.ID.WII .. "
nnH IE subscriber offers himself a candidate for the Excurso0o o t her day, will nnd~he, trip to trench- taloons, eacn, .. o rich bed curtains, hair mattrasses, bedewed beddings may 28,w4>: : ,M t:. W :. fr. officefuy of SHERIFF, anevolted Parisians, the Dauphin n ack a pant one. do 30-sly ADAM HATFIED chamber carpeting, mahogany fie desk and tf, "






votes of his fellow citizens; pledging himsoff, if elect-. Fare to go and return by either L ,,e.,rolU -'1 uhu bliyf. ': with many other articles of superior furmiture, in- .. .. .AB(._BJ. '. .* *" .. "
Charles, Duk e of Normady, and Regofthenduttsof thFrancetof- e. thevoffice, No. ,ir ,AT ihebt manner eor eldngth and Foina-e.' nt HM .a rtON,






flee. --I. ROACH je X 84 Agiee, S0tre nnbeo NBt-Thhousen which letwit e opent respecfully 'j..unles to p uen ..to, and 4
Philadelphia April26,1838. aptiiyo30-inJonifdthEr Mti "llkn--"-Pketstreet,-. at5o'clkteetCan.rTThrdyOR t o rth Sixth st. haoora above tt ot& Ioe, ae catitt st enwu ein
duiher api ito fl ~y SKPiMEng John, hisll 'faidr. I'll %Aid Retunish will Atlt f te N- co. k, and alousotne. % st u *T s Tri f
ko'.LeVe Newport. 8atis7 otret. OnFriday morrningAugust 17.i the owmoerws.ri k;4 ~
An exibitin of oua Pintins suprior o the"t~NLEMENftarnishiog theirown cloth willI t 1 oclbckby, caftallo'gus, will, bemeold on -tk N. B. They may~bleft ml.~j IeftIesplh~







above, has ndver been seen ino this country, and counthey of ERclock,and Wilmington at 7.ho may beob toavaparticu lthemsel wholeiscodattended to byhis personal atten. o t i xt f- shiontble(oreMarket)frW(incet erw
are all ORIGINALs, received direct from the artists Fare to Wilmington, ui a 0C nt. toevery call.I avinghadl6n' experience in frniure, 20se ~beat a fewm .onthV;of a .genlemen-. Sft )







up w~ gasin veentvnLaws th0roomis wllmmon6-thearivaeofthe cae n edephia
bywo-hywrPainted;teyph a. e brllatl itCese of thook I l 0 -" di .. hich will '' "" -" se x~k w ~ o ...oo
Il~w I I S nor-e"b Oume nibuses. will lteiradveaNewta falor the Springs, re catn lt o h as aprv s abu leavingSqb ther city 'onist| ing o a i sueiorrad- N. t th et T e s .,D .. Red. .. .pq_'
up wt'- gas in--he-evening; the roomis well veta '. thearta o" hecr ftL,,L bi n Ph,, ilad o eclph a nd t ie N' Theatniesso f shin-and e nhase-oie$ to hegam.L and vr fn toted piao lir 'thaih0 madet by e Alb~ kelt cs u- av-smt P,. Tm.eolaw.ot .au mady ~
Floated, andof the itoffe and county of Phiadelphia, ato the Len- yroathe honorablee the Judgesfthe at mor e reduced prices thweeancbhent obtained ilt. at pieno Stool, Ruoia arpet, cet $2 rard ROBERT.
suing election. If elected, tr promise you to perrm moderate andN accommoding, ,: mce ,in e asa. TO HATTERk t tbsi e a tt ", t
dis at -h ha fte.n mat hdhayrtoo." fic o taept nri ~m ua~r .,' -
dthe uties of-the office with fdality afuur bmpa 8"i y ment story of t ar No 9h slftha Sah ,ewi, ,ct lea n t i ,-, ,.. receivee a share of"the pa ronag r omach ,pims l u.airse l'etng w
Hoursof Exihibition will infu re b e froim 8 in. u.- aenmaa ir tan chsoc 3d s elegant- 'and N9. N.76 SOUTE Tin smze







Sthe morning until I P. M and from 2 P. M. P nti r u nTO FRENCHTOWP., ThANDsB ACK. 0u tr ; mC1ssrber- en, .r.u -g, ... ,
Baltmor Lin ofN. B.-Also, a seabsoable collection olithC mantle time piece, vases wifth flowers, ,mAntle, astral Cirwe the 1rhsiitdbki Ai
10, atgLL AdmittaneN 25Tcents.ie Seasonct- T^ BRalstimore Line Of chimefres and Vesindls which will be caltto orders a and otherulaip tvenitian Wlinds. prinfs.passage and






10 full nig. Amita 25 aCendts. Stease on u tSteambo at leave .Chesnutcos' to f
eta one dollar. eby p is 26-dtf i sthi attoRS tie Tl bsl r hasi and maig a fo sair carpeting, roods, rich cut glass, dinner and teaG hele. Wa. .. i.
t te dnd uty, clock A.6td M. andhrg aln Pain. -- A .. f m set chinael F nitusecretarys andq booalic an sedininga andM- 1r. of a rtveirynt "
To the Freese of the city and county -of Phuadeiphia. Person disposed to take an To trimming and making Vests and pan..otheur tabnes, s .uprerga ordessng bureaus, marbledsi itO, .........'- gn Et eg -






IH' subscriblerofes himself asacandidate for the Offc u"r"ioU f thda, willor fta""teubeie, seeydatce nte-ieo usne tN4h dfinU~ to.zmu .a eutmam~mmamuasreg~s.~l
office, of SHERIFF, and respectfullysflicit the town and back a pleasant one.. "de"30 -sly ADnAM HATFIELD- chamber Carpeting,, mahogany officedd soesfa,s.,







vothe duties of his fellow citizens; pledging his abelfity, with ifsolV elect- Urt 12 Market street below 4t, ranted to b made other articlesof sumnatrisme, ofAOE th Ct an Cn if elcd -o







faithfulness, promoptiude and humanity.. COMMON PLEAS--SEPTEMBERi TERM, 1838. may 16-.-d south side. rience~d workmen ,. .. t. .r t,,^ Mr R. i. la n"~~~ >i_ <
...ed, to an impartial discharge of the duts trof that of- V s. "AV N me in th bs m e eluding the kitchen furnitureeand- ly v .EDERICt t Mr. B .Mpnt
KfiengAprii5, 83. ap2-tfSRe30-dtfSan REFRIGERATORS mo vte, cba mdnexmee arti: 1 1-ry. ,
Agest-tetwe9. c otels and Private Families, ctan now bell Ui-. NiBTe ho. hi. s t, etilA1'brsptcfl ,,temto i 4Ph jqos, '
Phila'd elphia, April 26, 1838. ap 30-ifdtE n otice to tamned or made to order for 2.5 per cent. less thaln Turdy, -the day previous to the sale, from 19 to 3 ~blic,drt te -.jgt.e~ he MA0~N








bitn modern style -rent $175t EIqur been usually paid; th e inside finishemlock and PUtility of The o w a hr
S rhe Independent ter t ,-t Those persons who will be obliged to avail themselves whol aei.t considered wile tsoldagreat by many whotf a ebripton Ohce C date tuatt orvethastef a
... a s.Philadephia s of the Benefito f InsolventLaw Lawthi s of thi conlth, phae them i use, an owhom I hve aTTliberty and PI C having o-,r dembds ea. t' b he Estate o hae
r nw a th a rochm S temer Tem, tHEmercahe zobamrer rpxon itle uwpu
ELLOWCITIZENS :-Encouraed n me- will find it to their advantage t Lcall on the sTb.eri- ref er.to -u E s, attbe N.W.ecoerfdand.ei said dit"en are hereby requested 6mnkekpfow
friends, I resprctfullk offer yel o yOR 1838e, a nd wish to have their be correctlysiness done in a pro. Be.-T-or rther particulars, appy r .. dd tPublic, esed eto ontea l b
n wsithito e bac C u landidate far theouse o d sie- attended tonn, until a final-discharte in procured 20. OLIVNo t t. M-E AA TE .ARDIve H...S atC p 2 6ldatf tnd O fa or it .th d,.. I-.a" -, ..... ..








1tFrd oitfate in north ofth tret ner Coates The sue scriom r, wh o n as nothe Juaesf one ongrl caseJor jy-9-dtf b e. a ad W u. t i h o L r o ...Te. i S MITHr .Ad administrator.
.................... .twl h ateee-yas fhvn e ryp tihoe un Boarde.. ...a an ~pCtilvot n t Fa sh reomsbi int 26 paloraw d omwo. e ventibate, arJ"








suinetioni. a plected.horhom te ren tm and a. .'.'..e achiTkill Coal lta .ale, -- u- Yhi its6rear a d l N. :
the dutiaof-the o e with f it y aW. iREEMANr tseri care dscharged oy Ofeir No .9hrs Che Jodges O SAL p? ubliea -
be odeateAppy oSEP SNYDER, H'us Row Chsu streOHe[Dt.O, ra N-2 Nrh ORA
N.._-, ...-esn wh wis to 'eketei o-dfiu a ooe Skv.Ia lo Blue, Black, an. .- -.... '". :iie'b. ?aplRe nv eited-. ac of


o t i n e t .; o u r t, w^i ng.t o _ _. I __ 7 J W A 'R -
The crsib m. .erate anu aceorin. "'to S,.ixth street, one door above Commerce street, All that valuable and, proddeative ..AMK. --, ,.-.- -, ,,, -
To Let. the magnitude of the case. n Salem, Broad Mountain, Red and White Ash COAL, well known as -the Lead Mine, situalad jr the PhiladelpnhaCia C i aUltr Library
-- A two story BRICK HOUSE, No..75 Button- CHARLES M. PAGE, of a v.ry superior quality, delivered at thefollowing Township of Southampltom, Bucks qonty, mrilese -A" ,TATIONAR' Re,
wood street, containing a parlor and kitchen No.3 north 6th street, ,areuued pices: ro l mevlllx1 Smile f '7 from NJw I s vea r" 4 S. 4 si. e 7. *pe& a.,
wood-street, rmontaenisng d- paror. and ok inytchen. th d abovee Market. Broken and Screened, at per ton, P town, f5from Doyl}towpr, andk 16-from Pheillelpia;, .d.vreA, 00tw. I.a" -.'
-thr ..rooms in the second-story, and two ,n jy 17-ifdtf 5thdoorbove M blc wa 6ncall
the garret; hydrant water in the yard. Rent $45 pert --" Egg, L 6 00 beautifully stitated on two public _i'ig.waf, 6n eall- Library onsiutabftpwaof6.( ,-
the garret hydrant .Cwater in the yd. n $4 pe TH, RA D ,g Lump, 6 00 ed theStreet Road, ind the ot'er the Township Line T. i stadaa and popular ,y--,wop
quarter, which will be taken out x bor, if egreeq- fal-l.
qbare, t whboh paries. ppl taknot mr oamida, Noblree ^1 IF INSURANCE. ANNUITY AND TRU8r Nutt, -, 5 00 ,Road, and bounded oni"he other two ssdos by trends wublications of interest are addea~a>M Bi.n-sh
e to both parles. Apply to M r. Sam roan, N b 2d .CO M PA N Y OF pHILAD LP HI A, feb 4--dtf RofAsa- dbg htndedE on.-thotherst wonv i .esnt s tet er W t-
street, or toI, fb 1 tfof-Ava- Knight, Eiq. ind',othemmcoiW ei qQ5'h4,m.lgehr 1sbat
door above 8 street, o ARLES M PAGE, -Make Insurance on Lives and receive Monies fe t .. meeting houses, mills, sores, 4c. there being. n aoe.. : ,
CAL M PAE" Mak"Isurc Depos iv on dteresc at-asu T sts and ,eposites veral within a mile of the farm, anda thr"g -i Cap, Letter, and Note Papr rMe P,
jy10---dtf No. 3UN. 6thstreet. ) ,Nrt ,ECRETEJ VED by the Grard Life Insurance, Annu large directly at one corner o0 the fra. and eral Qills, nk, Sealing Wa, "rer,'st"rln[ rtfj -,
ttr..... tha;--o. a ,nn.p, and ,qailt ii B L.A CJL ty and TrustCompany of Philadelphia. ^iu. other grst and clover oulls now n. ata an r,,. P_ 'tionarv. constlntlt fdrm ame l-I ,,^
HE subcriber has constantly on hand and for I. NO 'I' 1 ) E TRUSTEESHIPS and GUARDIANSHIPS of Es'. rogress- of erection, in the -immediate neighborhood, norr.to f' .... sl -. I I-s .*
T salu, a large assortment of the beat English In the Case of ROBERT FIELDING, dec'd. states executed agreeably to the wishes of the parties his valuable farm contains about 161 acres of first FortS&LL, Oa x xanaB nn .
Sheathing Copper from the manufactor. y of John Free- Office of the Pennsylvania Company ior Insurances tunder.will or otherwise.. rate land. n a gobd state, of cutltvatign, and -under- DRUG STORE, REAL NSTATE 'ORO -
m Copper Comp a tB s toryl w hic is n s m- on Lives and gratrLeg Annuities. DEPOSITS of money received in trust andon in- good fencing; a due proportion of wood and uplapd RENTT .
paeman b. opper ompany. rstol, w c ot .... IS Company having been appointed Trustees traest, and Insurances on Lives effected. Office 159- meadow, well apted to timothy; a very rich and in- The Rru Sto willbe od rl
passed by any for durabty BALDWIN. of the estate of Robert Fielding, deceased, all Chesnut street. B. W. RICHARDS, President. exhaus ibie mine of Plumbago or BlackLead, which 1A ,tS,,rb s o
.v.I .dtf N.W. ornr Fotn Wta lut. persons indebted to said estate are herteby required to GEORGOE W. As, Treasurer. h. bas.been worked to great advantage.. Theimprove- r sa., a s r ue twsto-
jv dtf N.W. corner ront and Waut. make immediate payment at the office of the Compa- JoHri F. JAMES, Actuary.. jy24-dtf ments of the farm Are extensive, consisting of a tvw ie t
SW eaver Riedieines. ny, No. 72 south 3d street. d lWasuh-gton Packet Line, story stone dwelling house. W -e story stone yls, a Gound Rtof FGroudredDollar s.'.
T IHE celebrated Weaver Medicines, also Red Lmi- HYMAN GRATZ, President. wND i ,kitchen; pump at the door; a stoni.spring housewith- Also, a GioundwRnt-ofrivireDlr, e.
T ~ ~ ~ ~ r AND in thirty yardsAofuthe.dwelling; cdrmess adjacent; cr-byanwmodern'buitstr~ikiu
ament, Ruse Ointment, &c., heretofore prepared SEAS C.-WALKER, Actuary. jy 18-dtf h t mthirt yarsof eweng r .To a osto rik House. '"
nE. B. Vaughan, will hereafter be prepared by ea t o t a very large stone barn, wlth st W ing .r wres a Also, a three story Brick Hoseand i ,..n,'ai
Vauhan & Davis, S. E. corner 3d and Race streets, NOTICE. [nHE Cars ot the above Line leave the depot, Nos. cowsunderneath;apumnpmthebarhya;ttwoarn atof Ground. .'4o Brc
where orders for any of them will be promptly attend In the Case of ALLEN ARMSTRONGode'd. i .1 and 2 Central Block, (immediately opposite cribs, barracks, '4c.; a tenant's house aid gar6en; a Also, a Frame Bake-Hou and Lot of Ground.I
d to. et t.5.o-dt f Office of the Pennsylvania Company for Insurances the West Chester-House) daily, at 10 o'clock,via Phi.- variety of fruit trees; an'apple orchard, a ,pdrti i of, o ni t u seet, e h,
= on Lives and granting Annuities. ladelphia and Columbia Rail Road and Pennsylvania which are young trees; on the farm is agcpve f th-if-^ N" '.. AIRESo t, O th,
Laiacaster RZies. :HItS Company having been appointed Trustees -Canal t young chesnut trees, which in a few years wil f AL 8 '- OtI "c
LANCASTER RIFLES, suitable for the M of the estate of Allen Armstrong, deceased, all Through at least half a day quicker than any other arnish"more than a qufficiency of fencing et It A, O would be exchanged for a Far, fes
nd Southern and Western trade, now on hand persons indebted to'said estate are hereby required t 'line which leaves at the same hour, clear and indisputable title o i 0l be given, and -a por. may 5 ud b ?
and for sale by HENRY E. LEMAN, make immediate payment at the office of the Compa- The cars are eight wheeled, which insure safety, tion of the purchase money gt it remairl on the preml-. may.5-dtf
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, ny, No. 72 south 3d street. and were built with a view to comtnfort and conveni- ses at the option of-the purr aser. Persons wishing .-eruvlant 1uIiKture.
Rifles and Pistols of every description made to or- HYMAN GRATZ, President. ence. The boats, which are all new, (this being 6D view the premises car receive the necessary in- To the m-ie Unf.r-unate vJw ,tfa, Twn-,
der. "dec 20-eodly SEARS C. WALKER, Actuary. jyl8dtf their first season) are finished and furnished equal to formation on application to Major J. B. Str0ford, in r HOSE persons whohave Ihe misfbitunet have:
Od ll e "aW e.a r -e w a. ..re.. any in the State, and are commanded by careful and Pop r Lane neao 7th straat; or of Mrs. M. Manison, th- Gonorrtr.aor Gle-- w ...-
Ol."dri "e E rte ware. Y..I t,_l" te -Gonorrlcpaior. iGleim a nwoNd*
SOled theade s ofBakunsOAa W iTe. Earthenwaren. .. experienced Captains, who pledge themselves to ren- in Imithfield, near the p' remises, who will saw the S-ie ,,tivadrurhO
'O NE pipe and three half pipes of Blackburn's Old CRATESfEarthenwawellssorted,suit e a passage as pleasant-and p as pass ame. Forfurttferpa. 'tculars apply t ......-s. i ie add .e dytheinC e fi at6B
pipe 30 ~~~~~~~~~~~der a passage as.pesn-n expeditious as possible. saipe., For furtte pa. t culars appt ae pstv n ped ue .
Choice Madeira, in the Custom House Stores, will 30 able for fthe West India Market. Justeei- There is also a baggage room below deck for the ac- CHARLES M. PAGE1 t ,is.h.e. .rm unl of thn'o
it or the ac-. L O'II'DtHNT-- o. will be epough,4o cuteany case nps~fmoI
t be sold low to close the lot. Also 20 Baskets of supe- ved and for sale by STEPHEN BALDWIN, commodation of those who have extra baggage. Eve- ap 24-dtf No. north 6tht.- st,
Srior Champagne, by ap 26--dif N- W. cor..Front and Walnut st. ry exertionlwill be made by the proprietor to render standi'ngandi e, rtie i meren s ,h -s
6 STEPHEN BALDWIN. 'k, .ladiia Wine, general satisfaction. ho ha Prohessor we orGlee our or flertewo trsA -b
jy -dtf N.W. corner front and Walnut r W ., connect at Pittsburgh with adayneof ow n established d, that Profr 8we -" -r. WM. VOUNG.
JY f N.W h es Fof lde oeYconnect -at. ittsburgh with a dailylineofP so using two bottlesr-81d-- by-.
FsFart sae ou L onon pr steamboats, running to every point onthe Ohio, Mis- 1Drp, A r is theonly" e"ara. 33 s..h st.t oor 't.
B JW omeSean W te. A de i _STPHEN ..BALD WIN., iaipPi anrd Missouri, and ale by stages to Erie and tion that will eftually eradicate the Sy iitl or jy l tatitl f ct ly dor 't.. t -.
By James Sheridan Knowles. t W nt Cleveland on the lak. Venereal disease, went has arrived t tat t age ", L ....... ..* '.... .4"
V UST published and for sale, price 25 cents, the ap25.-dtf N. W. cor. Front and Walnutt hts. lv belN.e dChelanut street. V erownldsIw e dt haail a d p.
neJUSTcssiiPa fWOA SWT 1*VREAet in which the generA health has beon broken down, C -4JIt Ned!~a
Sor n LOVE'S DISGUISES, bPlay .of WOMSeridan KnowlIsT, CIR H. .ERKS A, Agent. .. and the local symptoms are so much changed as rtHE subscriber has -constantly bnh1ti'
C. NEAL, o VES DISGUISES, b J Sh UDSON S. BURR, M. ., late of the firm ofWM.G MOORTEAD, Mnage scarcely to e recognized a Venereal. It is still a Bale,a large assortmen'tof, Na d ,
SLibrary and Drmatic Repository, H Gillians- Burr, Dntists. respcfully informs Fare th-rouftb, ,10 matter of uncertainty how long the patient (ift not of superior quaiity,-and will be sold in lots to suit
tf r No. 16 h'ramatc tret s friends that he has removedRto 135 Walnut street Seats may be taken at the Steamboat Hotel, corner .tey -relieved 4y Swdour' Dros) .i. to doagmln a parohaso Shie e w
e i a jd0--dtf t wo.l6eS.7th store. ..et.. eb of Chesnut and Water streets, and at the depot.Noa. tmel existencedy r in what Danner a termdagton ial u ortanefitp her It f h- w i
..w n o"to-all his sufferin.... Mtiny-f.its.onf.r- -..
Sie Aineicai ld exican Dol ars. 1 and 2 Central Block, Broad street. jy7-dtf e is suffer in s Mant lS i- tnfor. ht -
p ce bought .E aiXICAN DOlL for1s Abe .IJ U OfF'1C tunate victims are destroyed by whatmay bea. Osi- jy, 10-"tf; N, W,:dn t
r ,n _lf m~s, u 3 t*MEXICAN DOLLARS for Satle. Also, ...._ Cj,,nw ,A .W" dared a ,continuation oltthe, out by far lie ,-,r S ':1" :
Ut AT the office of R. &G.MANLEY. Also, Country s0allCoins for sale to suit purcha- JAMES MUSGRAVE & SON, dered a -continuation of the t diseassehut oyfar Anie
Q.-.-.noll r'.,r-r>oirnn Mio ntes ,sinh na West Chester. --->,, ----.- -_--.- ig..-.e.a. I titae.Iz Qad Ik sa**s^ flr Mr eter number are carried off. by the mal-praciice of a- 'I' Atbevin; aij'4B,; k







MARRIED .....,
At St Mary's Church, on'Wedneda niyg. v by ,
the Rev. Dr. Carter, JAMRS W. jVtiONt01 J0' )
daughter of the laleT-.Daly, all of t4is city. '
On Thursday morning, by the Rev. Mr. Carter, a
St., Mary's Church, ROBBRT F. WALSH, to ELIZA P.
CHANDLMB, daughter of Joseph R. Chandler, atrif':
this city. .
DIED- + ...
On Wednesday, the ]at inst. AL2XANDDER, 9M Q'
Win. Campbell, in the 14th year of his age. .
The friends and acquaintancesoftt.efAmily are 1 ,
spectfully invited to attend the funeral., frow h I-ds"A
other's residence, this afternoon, at A o clock; at the N.
E. corner vf South and 3d streets. ..,
On'Saturday, July 28th, Mrs. REBMCCA Wo0ooiAN,
in the -63d year of her age. ', "
July 10Lh, at the residence of hi son in-law, E.J.
Pinkerton, Esq. near Manchester, Yazoo co., Miss,
CURTIS CLAY, Esq. formerly of Philadelphia, in the.
67th year of his age. His remains were brougl hto
N atchez, and interred on Saturday, 14th, a.. ... "
On tV e 3tst ilt. WILLIAM HA y- ,,eaic e ngraire ,
the 48th yearofhis age.
In the city of New 'York, on Monday eveni.g. 30thl-
ult. Mr. JowN McORKA, Music Printer,-a native of
Glaqgow, Scotland. *-:., I -.I "
Oni the 31st J(ily,-iuZAB.CTU MbiNSTER, in the 74th
} car of her age. o .. .;
NAVAL ORDER. -
All officers of the Navy, who are httachod to the
-X. S. Naval Station at Philada)phia, are directed to
attend the funeral of the- late Commodnor'JOHN
RODQERs, from'No. 260 Walnut street, this afternooW,
(3d inst.) at 5 o'clock, in uniform. : 0'- -* **f
Com'dts Office, U. S. Navy Yard, ) .-...;,.*
Philada. 2d Aug 1838. "
CHASSTWAA ,,++
.Com'dg. Officer of th, StaLion.
The Officers of the Army, and the. friendss of ot.
RoDGERS, are respectfully invited to attend the fune-
rat. : : ':". -, J i/.
I IL I I i I I I.I II i -r I III
Philadelplhia Board ol f. 1Vntde-,
Monhlk Commettee. ..
JOSEPH HAND, GEORGE N. BAKBR,
EDMUND WfLOOX., .. -"-
Letter Bags,, ..
.4t th4, Phimiel .hia F chang.
Packet ship Pocahontas, West, Liverpool, Aitg. 0.w,
Barque Ojprey, Bartlett, Irllavre, uoeo,
New barque Clarion, Young, Bordeaux. Ang. 4,,
Brrg Otis, Nobre, Havana, 1 1oa
Schr Elizabeth, Harkness, Chaqlefq & oc-a
Br-steam packet Royal William, Sw-inon. .
.Liverpool, Aug. 4, J before. 5A|.,M.
-jg3 All Letters intended to be forwarded by theI-A.;
verpooi Packets, and other vessels advertised in the't
above list, must be left at the Foreign LetteJOffice :,
up stairs, Philadelphia Exchange, and tadreppd. in
the Office fbelow. *
rort of Plilida,=-Ag. 8-w
ARRIVED,. "-
Ship Jane Rose, McIntosh, 50 days from Livwpol.,.
with iron, crates, &C, to Stephlm Bndi d iffiiip:n
ge ls. -* : ;:. y ... ,**^ .:.*
Brig, Sylph, Nickerson, 6 days from -SBeSeon r WtA.
mdze to Grant & Stone, :-.! .
Schr Orator; Crowell, 7 days from Richmtod, .twbth
cotton and lob cco, to Jos Hand. -:. -,--: ,-: :
Schr Mary Afn, Jordan, 8 days from GGre Tu tle,
Key, with truit and turtle, to Geo P Young. + *- -,
Schr Wave, Nickerson, 8 day. from Boston, with
salt, to Wright # Nephew. ,,
Schr Harriet PorterDockendorff, fron Aieci(>o,oik
15th July,:with sugar, molasses and cofle, t T T .
land.- On the 2d July,'soke inlat 1 7_8Hl Ot,
the schr Joseph Stewart, Holz,; of'and from nt*ilada,*
bound to Havana, 7 days out-. desired to be r rted.'
Passengers, Mrs Abrams asld son, of PhiladellbiaMr
P Hamilton, of Glasgow, Scotland; Mr Gilbert 'Wit-,
+son of Boston. late of' St Thomas. "". : "'*
Scbr Wm M CrowellIGarton, 2 daya froma.N yo
-with mdze to Captain. "
Schr Orazab& Smith, 5 days TromSavaphah, ivith
-cotton, to Jas Hand. + ., '-
Sch r Valiant, Hoffman, 2- dayfrom, N- N rY o lth
mahogany, to C am.-tin -
Sloop Somerset, Smith,.2 days ar 14N York. with
m dze to A Patton. "'
Barge Shark, Stdreson, 36.ho frpromArwilh" ....
mdze to Merchanis'Linre. '
; ,C'L'E'A fRt" .. .. -" "'' "" ''* t'
Schr J W' Caldwellj Bratlbury" Ba timadbi 46ph
H and. : : ..... ... : f.
6chr Wn Areher,-Kelly, Salem, A- .Panou.
Schr Palesthihe.Yatei, Boston, Captain. :
Schr Joseph B.; Laymaii, Aexandrii, &c. DC.-'*!
Hand. -:J--
Sihr Sarah, Green, Darien andm i
Hand. : .
MFMORANDA-.-
Passengerain the B ehr V1ietoria"sftota ltNt
Robt Tlyler, E I, Mrs E Taylor, MiaB TayotM.,
A T ay]0r, Miss O'Paylo, *M-te-rB Robert T[Mton, .Ei .-
Tftytor;.tnd A'Tayloi; Mis R" +Ware,- MMr C- Brig Pennsylvania, Tuirley, for Gibraltsr, wurt.1- <
8ea 30th ult ... .... .- ,
Brigs Pertt sailed from Boston on Sunday,'aid; *lfhe
Antares oo|lnday. +:.--'.. -.:. -
Brig NiTe, hence for Boston, with coal, utmto "
Newport,-29th uttt. heaving lost mti~masria ,qtfall
27ih, off Long tslend. .,,., ; + +." '..;-
Brig Ald rich, Norlrave, elearod at Mbe~fih ult.
for Philad. : .;
.Brig I, npmvemeni, Brock, clea~rW at-Wile& nrtoa.
JfC,25* ull for Philad. *.. "" : .':'.
"Brig Rowena. of Philad. (so reportedt' wa pa-a':
29d nit. Iat 20. tongT 7gO,0 steci ig 8E ... ..'
B 'g Anawan. henf4lU. Fall R, ver, Sth ufc_ ...:" ".
Brag Viulet. Nowmart~was at Kingston, II~h ta. ""
Phlladi. in a few days. fi[ .,? _
Brig Norfolk, Matthews,' hence at Bsrba ~l^
Schr Crescnt, Slhort, and Argon HoweB e
Boston, 31st ult. (or Philad -. ," '* ... ,. *'
'-Schr H Lawrence, Townaend'," hIt ce <" Bta$,
30th ult. .' *" ,J *.tl_ "..,
Sch Wt- Wallae., MeMichael, sleardt! M 20lh ult: for N York. .. .. *.


Schr Vesper, Loxland, hence, was diwch'g.,*i* t
Thomas, l.th sit. tso tit wo for Ponce ,-,..' F9'r-
-- l. ... V.- : l~') 1^ ":+i, .
Chilty's Equlty Ifn _1 :,
I NEW EDITION. ....-..
.T aujubsarlberv have 'for mal an index to all the
. reported CameN.-&Stu ttes, and G@U-1 O l fA .
inf or relating to the Pria.l ea, !Mff.JgPilLwA bIk,
Pioe of EquU' An Bankraptc. in ifasimtVoafO~te
of Equityin England and Irelmit,'tho WPy-Ownae.r
alH tLe HOWre K L oRd, f nm the Harti-tpe Mtmi' 'w
tod1837, ay a Dakn Chinty, EMh oflL T eb-aorelawi$
ri.terit eLa, in 4 otgya s 8vo. w k > ."-'
; PH.NlGK~mAT.J.OHNS0K". :
*augLaw Booifellens'f
Q ug'-3-d3t 2- w~cauth Simh va@,&;
To It e nrat, .- -,,.*
T HE LOWERT ROOMS in the HaN oti the uai-
cal Fund Soorre ty.mlteo pied by .ibEH||P
zard, ei a Dnnding S aool. whle are a ill
(urn shed fPndblghted ith ga. Far terud fflM
T. J.'LBG0FA^'
aug S-eod2w Next door *h6.b& |UA
VorrestL's 1ratlto .
A FUaTHER subpply of the Oratidi | Ammt
by rCawin Forrest, F.sq. in New wft~ u of
July, just received and for sale, what eMape
by ~~~TURNER &Fa~l
aug 3-dtf 0A AQ.&&^M-
GIlobek. .
A N awritmen't of Uring's 12 inch Globe%rj
ccived and for sale at 'the Map Store, WKff
Market street. aug da
!lrigade Order, No. i*t,
HEAD QUARTERS, 19t Br. 1st Iv., P.'K,. "A .
.. ,. + : .. ,Philada. Au r 2, I a _
+ 1+ HE+enteeaiof"-th X Rodagera h""ben. eon iea"1cte dier GeerALdhe ahemn f Mof. 4Gimlet, l'.
The. Bri r piBu assemble tf owmw
3d inst, at 4 clock, OQ the Wes; f lrofaim
ton Squars, "iht sting. o, a ,ak&M:I -
pu rpose of. Ie'dogler,.(h*l .h|KIM tvtho r
laffterof-AsNayr of thq.Ui Sa^ ,
.The Officem wll we r .. ra++.lJf^,tPr -
swords. The Cavalcy ofJ't i -i'a -
mounted. A post o, the.fightd e-
sssigned taou h O ficerlo( Vo'd neei l orii "'
may uppearin, bfurm, detached froinriieiL "
iveonit~i>d A. N- PREG&A f i L
%rig. lot. N jBr, Ist Div., P, M.I
a*od_ N Joan SI.LIC, Jr, S_ ,
-u t- *L- i1""'"f.


--- *" ":+ "++ .... -**"f^ :, ADDI~t^~ "ro .. "r^ ^ S^ ^ oT~ov ^^^ ^^^ bSl' .^^ ^^
:SaS S -"T w^ l t*' '"+ '""' -"" -:"" : +.+,+. -'*" "" ^ .3*> ,nS M~> +r HAWSS ON rH^^ 4" ^ '( % +,l S
: i The .tnirtcolt "ca- giving |-- Btl.Onitr? |M, n hUT voice u ot iatlirtu lnorantfio
.. LA "8 1 O tM yN^iP0. from theNowM ua t4. of P--- e: ^ n it s scar
'" .... : '++ '+ -T" e OF THE CONVENTION OF DEMOCRATIC, powr, is dd be mdinu sri te]1 m +o reo h tte.hc m e dt
hrT *he Gollsf ofsMexin of the coast ofl schn Rollapt. Douglass, arrived yeaterdoyfoom N
y ---By wi it9scola we have In Y OUN G M EN Vera of Tfmpioo, Mataavorie r en B .on, h a h i b 8 5 ans in Arious AT byR wi cB Rit iH andcter- b ought in o p ation in t i deat te; a d o esonte plt e the iolee p ostn g .
inetifetfrom leIeo The Penneacola Ga- making the Balize. On the way, the-cew, in their F U T 'J L ."andtionjo h eiltvill. iutstynyt atscrie ont
'eof W without the knowledge to g or w o ow o r n
zt -mentions the arrival of-the United States sloop distress for want of water, met with some owhih mOst ra tt o ts us o Oftthe "proclamt in w i t withaerrn
-of w*ar Vaydalia, from a cruise of seventy-four days most unkind and inhuman treatment that we have O TH deEue d art, ichnordinate andt o i distg ished theo so d d
: 7 'P Y + ^ K-r ^ J ^ t^ .ngo th e C afist l ed of S ,and on the coast aof T exas lately heardor of. f Th e oparticularsena veefo lderivedngeagres end ipora diect iof yt h ure to t hie Covn be re septer o rhe h U ent i te a n t s t o re led an. E ntir ie
g v aba ruz, T aro, a s, d .O t 1 h nthe u lat, 8 0 .. locg. a7 5 easur various features by which it is, character-is ate; ane- m pate of sup non postio i

1 "' TT A OT T CTJA Ifrom theUnited Sate, andCuba wil notibed, We areawarethesofehavyingeyndertdicen fattaakurofiquerieshahwesmopposition to larhel regularreactionofothehpoplevandnesoovettoiresu eathecpay eonwof
S I an4Galveston.-W.,Capt. Douglass discovered a sail at noon, ie wo Watas. of having uayk outak f ues. e:hi opostin tn1
410 99g o 4 1 4t t, thihl door abv e W alnu t aT h -ports of M exico w ere very clos ely w watched stand toB n ath eh toh w ardtheE ae sne ag ni t ude ioul es of tny impo r tance been m arkwas ivate notes, th is sep we w oth aem o
.G. n' "-T ^ "" : +.. :0 .. by g ae Fren chnruiers. The contemplated attack in distress, not having 'a drop of freshwater on which, m neessarilytot cies and contradictions. miss the oj c asio b, jo s upon
b y P A P E R ."At nnu ._--- on the. C astle of S ai Ju an a d U lot, h as for the board for tw o days,he m ade il for the vessel. H e f a e D e vo u red a yti n a n d in a nothe a t wh at ee e o insw i h d t t d hn




O^So^ ^ lo^present been abandoned,^ nnod" the 'Barfmaion of he preseht hovern^^^ ^^^ S
^.. .AT I itAu TXiiDm. of asianand pen beenab ad o pened, the Btron Defin tls, the 18th th it cre w 8h auld dayen s tn wenaoth, -is portu nt lnt aone o pos in prac atic child s h otrhested. o t oi topton O. Enitrely ai
................. United States an Cuba w ill no be meat, and they looked forward with confidence for endeavored to divest ourselves Frnhoiit',hvn sie o rne e-f the passions and ry for the purpose of effectin i bet n a- o ni fe hs ntttoshd
._ .. w ar ned of 'bMao, b Mexicng Goverjet nto ap ture, a supi- a^ p nciplessupply. At 5, P. M., on the same day, theyopreudices of the hour, in order that we may pr culated largely on the crede e e f
wareoff berbic ng u eta o ca ptuanohwere alongside the vessel, which proved to be ship sent to your consideration some facts and refle- their supposed ignorance ofas s ea e nt he sei eseh cr t ine s den line tha
'[ ][ [ r jele a l't e t im avngeopudf r heb oc ad o ec m E roian. atsthatlow spigtraitut ton i ha siitff clm es colnsmadne.. on anspi io rcratceth t manbeopls r poaynhednsitcioatnak,,r

She -t 8. P by the -e e n t- e e k w from N ew Orleans ." dor which beat betiomes the narration of truth. about to become e so and main g it the se ailly e ate d I n o
DEMOCR, A tNOMINATI .oI The Captain of this vessel refused to' auqply the Fully awa-re that we are addressing not merely on a message or a "eproclama h a l o pi" h a so operated Decber
vntion of i nocrlte young IB^ .I Hamburg.is at anchor under the island of Sacrificio and one Rolla, because, forsooth! he might run out nd be enlightened, but also a virtuous people, we are zeal, urges it upon the pu ta nkime wen nthe awo
1 thofl oty. T ei~ porttheoa.gll !" P- sror ..'bi- rooo era C ria o nt he 2t o obliged to beg some for himself. The mate be- warned against the indulgence of any disposition well known that, in one in anes s t at es ecn ion ,tnereo th e
I OF *K for th W.Q0JrZ doc met a haughtdhim, -far God Almighty's sake,", the log --could s uch be enisted t o the ly, and his friends publiclyents



^S .t^S Th" ar emtin c'e in wth the sh oal snd frqex ntG- sayt letthisemhveontbrel, ihf.no moe-tfacts of to easo8 n falselfrn T woml~ admittfed premi comenslavtion, ant naohrtahthe enjoin orrresnm the furntieo~ed their infration and the la
I arecrutaisingelwroi ta." s ha ls t t and frequet- facs or to reasnfale o sing of tn te s the




X ,0 :8 -: says toe letis Gthemmnt hav becno badiaeo, be- no m re bdm tedpo- co m nd ton nd i
.... ._ : ,+ .- 1 off .l.virado, w h h port w as opened on the 18th that they should have som e w after if they would From the first formation of the present tavern. been resolved on by the cwarcand to wrc his t laws p refiously ed
of May, by -the Mexican Government. Tho crui- exchange cooks with him. This they acceded to, ent, of this 'country,t w leadingge .14 oo sing proclamation is addressed.
Add o f Me A fs eAnrr,(n.<.. oref"qTampdico and Matamofar ly at anohor close and received one sinn barrel about twothirds principles have been in perpetual' collision. The Though Chief Magistrat o we dey ne o nen the w.ho di e o
In another colum wide bei fohed French -'Add and ful. W ith whis pittabe a the Rolla was pain d er n patr versssei iod. whii reole c an the th e de al a rch," he hasSoutedrnoStaluaes th thsnge orp orational t
to theDy'of the Stati p .byth en ithth erb ,nd he lsc oure-and being aided by the rains, o he waspenaIn name, shall be strongly marked by aristocratical value of the Union;and mfiy i t, instimation nank o res t eer wlyea
committee pointed for th purpose ta t Con- al t co t eso make heremainingeight days of her poy o a party, w c hougheassuo s features, bordering in some traits upon the lessen less worthy of presera tion the ia s nir of t med e th r
w ch a .d.e.. September,1839 All appeared quiet in Texas. The British pack- age without farther suffering. It was afterwards time of a limited monarchy-the other proclaims faction, now "tottering to i all, he sene h e ae cm
etwhi ch as ailed fromV a en wt h t t reD er ascertained that the first officer of the Ebro, indig-ep o staim tse cl i n tndi int n efo f ge
an0 the 4th of July.'Te betaucte brthe om M een detained aeekv'afr the reguoar..and- at 'a the want of humanity displayed by the mas- one gnd of te op is not iat the peot the regrte fact a
eottt i 4 ,set forth" a n der et is t he bee n Flormdawo f t the regu nant *t o the res te of feredteoafdeea rw de s pbyoe nt s, hl
.."O...is..ill 'S dayafsailing, at the request of the Mexican Go- with the conduct and regulation the immediate and uncondc on
bs i -inte r" -byui lu the hat e all owanc e, a nd this pr ompted the 1 at a to their own concerns. TaAT, would sacrifice the the slave on the soil, or presentsttaneerablyeoletion n re
De~yrn e t foi theUt purpose ofy m ou nou n t akigo tarequest to
E w e. th e . a ber n m ent, f th e p n rpo she of aggtrki ng o u t. l owa nce, a p rom p te d the bapt in t o m e m t h a g gr a n dize m e n t o f the fe w ; T HIS a in- a n en tire d estructio n o f th e c o nisdracy has t a n time ." I t a en, a s
tere.. -d by M. J. Mand the British; Goiernment, to become mediator be- The ofwer a ovthe ina moonedo Es so gicts upon "the greatest good of the greatest num- to seduce to his support, th e ir nu bd no tho ut o tor of Pent slve
.. ,.. tw eeIthe French and Mexican Governments. The anxious to, gf rid of at be pefcl locate so Augusto ( te rday of whc aornd ng to be pPhen hte teriectle fu e i n sii a
Bonds of thedUnited &ate#MRapn k, W learn ,-on to ilustrym e t aekuto a ll the bes t en ti





eu. .. .. ..> :" d to + e += r s r fla ea t of^ [elig/hv thr ben ep up e tweenip wo toh e asse Im ing the eichange,he to ae oerved- floule and pauratyze these poinsrtions by anore than otrga they wo bdcostfeitte af powerfultre, in thein- crdleing tohem ofny shortiong the 1
There ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~o feeins/av thu tard been kept n* between worthless admay of gerl thankegivange,e goto an exceleoiu-adidsrmnte slai sdsapitd h ovro situgl A h xiaio fGvro
fram tn9Globe'tlfot he+ e6'reitkyy or tne t' ea e Tyr.easury.4 .-n steed.ara oaphat the paplerf reference to the historic page of the last ahalf cen sane attempt to carry out th ice co the interposeda
't.... Itih- t g i w-+ w-a br ed. --o -a n ,ou,- wi h e le thetlenthena e y.ug oro d f eer n eyur hot iwehi6t f e ,
44e w odlth.e r i0 yf., b yarf4 At.. andrweappeatltoall h a. i^e n da c.c h ahe wrter wh ihm ee o ut t o was paid tu ry on we appe titto of ited at atepd to denounce to the l. Wh y dtat e ro







afor .iSb r $41entWlh Vio dalo Bee wal watte diio fo ero whicht heometodmoutn ctenoa tlhye Roedellraaacn Btwotoeh owpaidd w onenhi. icese o 2,0819 2 icu
.. .. ... ... ...... y^ -^I 1? unde r3,i ...i.. e ... ... ed d Pa during r that' period. The recollection of the the constitutional right of t he S er n titens t o f thr e Ourpls co nstitutio n
mr'm at at par, of tme um -bme rCtfa ennsylva- A+ .+.0' ".. for at sin enormous price.
,+ ^ . ... .... ..... e t eo t e i t u nD c r g u t b r g dAcaare w ere th e co n sta n t r soip ro ca t to n ba n k to r e s i p ,e ca u se
S ee, f t it wa- 1101d i abo ut t wo m ill- e W e would rain hope that the Captain, of the past, and the observation of the present, will alike tregulate and modify th eireomes tiv i nstdlibo
.... = ehorfals d "o te brembel d vr e 18to A"toe'ervic e an d courtesies. Ebro may make some- explanation about the busi- point to a party, which, though assuming f ro e "a ba se bowing of thekne fraug pirit f i nfoe yer sa y we r a
on an 'ma d fo a in t as a i p on oes.e- A s the story stands now ,he seem s to have tim e to tim e, various nam es, and form ing new slavery." L am ending, as we all do, tho aster he duied n o t t ke a te dhbt m ig
18 0 i;: o t d bod- i a f/ F f A a cte :in I t e the t he Cty of pe Yodns4ttouttdherly'unworthy of an American o b a n t sigh o of isgrati on us we he a t o of the votea nd infl en e of g
.a tc re cei r e C n ta r. the one grand oject of its association if not the regrets the fact that ther ndt osed ad fa the d e n t institution








14,: le th ," le.:has en'*eTe-, D fjm the re Rcenrtmi d panthe reeie fo thea second r- tar.aeno l be-gbtApan dfg.WewtinofJwnords d otnteexcuie iisrainwewl dtanuoborashrtleeccorepndn bnfi- o i Jsoo
Ne "11 ~ ny ~ ~ w ~ th mn of rt B. Bell .. .n dr ....c on- "h grun a rn"u boerto h edn haro of, achieasd. Thoug repeat ely defag eat ed c haile m easr s of th e vim edisote ablton ists pbiaso f ar from diioa il fcaa
sent; Qj er f wO wbhi4,,er understate d, is the ina g General ma Flor d f e.of July 13th, at the ofic of ore rthrow ofte let the o no e atwiha mer- of the owimm iate
udmhaine jstinow whether the money willbe re- the Adjutant General, advise the Department o f the thr O JuMber in the democratic features of our system of govern- ameliorating the condition of the smpossible tapes- a sted teono
mehon w lnt.ar e s n ew fore wrvuponthnly ta e f o sts ow d e MassnO JAMA C mehe aste ac ot ohe It meess uity oA pind to rat hentodismannersso d h i n ,is
-i ....drivnr to t rsento e eear ; .. e I- IiB ma sr es t ch ave been. reetl ay the brig Cicero, Watts,N arrived at this port assailed the character of Thomas Jefferson;it his feweight su fec e r b t this me lancholycte- that he hs reduced thes,
nd ,o ith oluy hence osual cttl g a nehee ow- nih o Wyesterday, from Kingston, files of papers of that m aticaily opposedthe measures of Mr. Madison -- election in connection with a foresi or t o sstem oi
F i ire. ftft ,M Pig. ft a a y m ot ,tlN oit en go rdity have been rteived to the o4thoJuly. it 'wage d an since ssatt w warfare alike upon the pub- m I end, wbong -m st evi tabl y, f low tho pro ve m ent. aT a s eti oes, we wis
urt st Rn h. abutt C" Ais reot that proclamation has been issued, by, Sir Lionel lie acts and private life of Gen. Jackson--and seek- strengthened action of thegabolitionions an from puli docuhents an

.. t, to fo -t' +o the Jmirs Legi'sestlbtithreresi i soad at.ng he sp e n h ujtfe hwannI
et, ose, Pa, oened bp r. .... .. a nothercoan ndnyor f inf antryb twe e fenthato endr or of Jaeaicar dire e let day indetithe hdc od whiacnd, aindit a nd Gn- whekned the deo rgentationothein eat awo ntleaeyo










-ocpe yM Me;e y an .Aiw ,' ^* tei opr-~ gon ace *i e, e infnr~b cuidbadnlaCh phay loctera of Auut (th da one whch acorigldnnac e sgityaofcPresident ofa i sulenadersgiventured top reveinte th35 futher etensitons i pfx thir diog;mas, tof hi splticlfory., odtemn
ticeship" is to cease in the island,) to be observed cripple and paralyze his administration by an op, that they would constitute In th e r f s prt nt












Tohereat being" n *Lwodand'-s ptonv, frai haviasg. Tradesday Hit 6,ih St May' river One'loveylwpi s fe fa oleto snaieuTaigavnago hsacdetlpanclle'usrr db
naj. e r a- o abe or deredto- the as a day of general thanksgiving... position ofd the fmen t ferocious and indiscriminate sylvania is drsa pointed, the G o wer tug A t th e ratio o ther
the Allaye fr k tirt iw i A dy e dy t fo e r a v igooi s u p 'From various paragraphs in the papers before us,- haracter.
buflhnaPm edth it i nta lasbre d I there'is evidently a r ehe an ap re nsion that the ay sing obecof p osed o f the -de irrsi and in th r etrarn his eend, in t pe dee bt du fo m the tat e a ounte
*W 'Uesro. W MehPytolearbrn will select l ,e Prof toe c md e d o the adand he cede from the dinicuito whighe 4 5 O the 6thof D
Id.6 ualityof rai l ourt t wo lattr. he r companies. Ge have alluded to will not be suffered to paus over supporters of the Constitution of United States, it plunged himself, a t o the tep orteyo u re
conoa oe Montin contends, as it always has contended,for so lax a con B u t, out of his owno uth d we cond amainc reased private
His Excellency has -issued a Proclamation, ad-
--f rom Pitts tb urg nhegro poperaitidoin rne-othendi trames .mi af tht po instiznon g ao theF o ea a bd th c d tpurt i f harte it um e b e m onst r t e e n- The m message from which om p o t he s ls resu
T he,-five b ci o, rasseh were entirnt e a li ca u ffr ee o togi am le' p o t eait ronn to rthet to tr uen titel f .a D ecland w i ng spread ber, ernatriereast e cn clsi v thoe ni thir mpmbe anefirt tw yeea rsof G o ernoria
St he inabitan l oft o long them to behave themselves. -Ball. Amer. its readiness ever to bow to the will 0fa majority of until in the same solemn mann er h ouse ati of 8,7 96.fto by












vered tht tes ouned, mossibl to removdluinen wih cnoldignoohrte ne itecluatdt iledtyiloet P8^8amdcpal f
............rl "'qvueate "o gi" "nw taso the~y. can occupy ti h ecouenry. If ey should not, the people,pit has here a nd elsewhere, openly avow- he has thus put forth as exp, ofh d ler c ess of ns nat he 8^
Sthonyi Tstages naa :, ee : ed ed dpar db however, MajDearborn is empowered to muster AICULTU. FC S ATrR at Hoboken, N.ed an intention to defeat that willby, bringing so opinion, Joseph Ritner mustbieed rht pro a
a short' mer INthe i hebe'og disovereW into the serve. such additional companies of mili- Jerseb--The second anniversary of this noble many candidates into the field asito prevent a choice friend and supporter of a the frautithis Iher, aya
an fi and it ws e no dont c01amunicatted inlame' tia as a'may think proper'. science took placesyeoerday, under the auspices of from being effected, andth rtis deove the selection aster and ruin. 763 a4, defeat trn the not
"" "'+o t e C g d of- : 8. ..at Dthat me r be called into serNice,are placed under W e were glad to find that the. rends of- agricul, practice the same species of fraud by which t ele- vern r's public character, a the c w s ad. f nt a o
Ne ...d .... .Tie* the command of Capt. B L. Beasl, second dra, ture'are not slumbering, but up' and doing. rW e fattn of John oaincy Adams to the executive ministration, we will detail you f oa t ie aorrdn -o
'a ork -in | 4AoB) lla ,Nep o observe d fon the ground & number of the leading chair was achieved. Though repeately defeated, while we pass in review-o me ol is( p ubiat, o our additical ist o f cana
Tor Jmlrnaf.oJ4taeerice 'stotekdthauthi s bompa-. + ... bl _,O hy -err- agriculturists-of this and. the neighboring g States.-- it has a often returned to the contest, with a per- Within the -narrow limits nesy aned w ee aut W n ationiduring ahe ex
jug' o...., i't"irdo th ieir ....n -Gree nG, e.Tayloren testates th at ra-d ersHo ll, tdoto. Outof the l number of ploughs,eight onlywer82 severance stimulated by theeI magnitude of the stake this address, it would be of couseio sle to. a s urat in g t
bush, oppool46 Albany, it eyWth'n n t` be furnished fromlack creek. Caps Waite, acsto entered for competition for the premium, via. byTchoten fo for. At one time apparently disorganiz- terupon a detailed hisro the oraye i which tn onsov erem popularatri a
GMtan e,-: ,T! ~of. -a...led fo fot hU 16 Ifnquar.rumater, has been- ordered to that place, Messrs Minot and Horton, Peentkitl, N. ppY.;Charies ed, it drops its name, a id, claiming to be corpoised he has discharged his trust, increase tar ititubions. t de
Howard, Hngham, Mas.; HenryBeebe.eHpressofonoof theer,
........ .. o any t .e e 0 feet te mile the kblo k s-well as the tro ps which. straw, Rocklande tC o, -N .Ya; Cornelius Bergen, posing title of "Na inal Repubt icane,' o and thi s few m ust suffice, but -theser e If sis a characnea,
andibs : -t oir .iiu.a cu .i sll'n. myb, calle... into ,,servi,'o in that quarter. Brooklyn, L. I.; William Beach,Phladelphia, and is, in its turn, aladboredr euloduciveapptoa hotoldovupr for autt
ad t to with only te usul cuttn8 a e ,+ : or ba tfo rmato be r c au d ob tain e Gen.,1, S D Ward te .. ofCit. tion of"-Friends ofn thedNational System." Bassoe high place to which accident thi s p a ted his o rut go o an con c
onkoti ihioprtm oalteNrhr Taylor- enieves hgtothe"toreisleahantforyporlTheymindofoxengownd andsdrveebyeChrlesbon ofethes-toingrosuto miseadstheeubticamid, Amongtes, ins res pt

aed tNh asriupolean wo nBtfolowedbythllwithin f Jlt The Judges gae as Bthceiries, that t uce anas it evinces anto*da disrs th e oriornsions aneeIntedain onlhis ae behasonieruoptentf
O iuralss, aans: now regaress th.ti opinions wishes or hi onBnBy eentione i eh itn trat triel
;c 6ePogioM"no &Hotnied the devoted patriotism, and the disinterested sacti, son tion-of the recharter of h ako h ntdigco reo i olttr tr
-trhiiscre i m n -D W a d s t h l es with w hich the term of ,W hig" is associated, S states. O w g tot e is u e o th suj c of o sin si ai n to L pl r r e

Y'-- W _-ar d tile r Some. choice cattle were sold, whjch brought,'ini usurp the 'sacred Italia of the fathers of our Revolu- a majority of the membersofte osefRpr linciz ,un rondd yth
me, we#Mit inatt M'ern.wl -tmdf otpton,- for &es*-eet f TMa'usday:-- .Gn aoh: .madr -"m lf o h'-Urttoeftiatios,0the HenAroVy Iow prices'wa Aftere the -coilla-tion- ,.....-"sentatives. Taking advanaeofhiacdntlpwraduassedbth d
daqdt 4i ibt i, pu d iing, r"Ib*t* 'mbbi ,Maj Cer ...bm myai.,.,-.:. h e -.t-e,. "o, ... ~'y. Aar+ lark ws caHd -upon to-pre. Made-up of men iffering mn +sheir views on circumstance, and aware~ta h oe hs c al ntepossino ar
fror Gloucester oipt.''* ,ieid as fidayold T1 S arruy,arrieintliv i t ll~age on :SaItuay 6tom- 04~s, who in his usual happy manner made some questions of public policy, and agreeing only in the quired would not be prologdeynthtenoffbosi htheasoety
+ tt i.. +- +, .... l. I -- -+ /the'0north te.d~laves topdgyj firte ~ gr-~,aprpit mxsa nrodheced toteae igeo~eto uln o n te eocratic paity ssin h ow~ n i red nteLgs uyi l h iutosh a
..~nd9,',f) %riara Je.Crtinl Our, t+ dstrbe cz 'ot o orher lne avap r)ely ub, .s., whonnan introdu-cedyt tohou t hih-hhe avaned it' we behidnghleseo-btjeect teolngperodlfihity edswnnisttutonsDrtiy o'hs pblc, ndprint
A9 0tw a M od y'ntt..40 th iadiv.: a, + n : .. e ied ; n -ho sessioney na u, ths 0ve tta u d h ui n eWihli l ~ etc~ n h g s oi tdi en sl ai ,wth a oh r w i h h u lc vic n e a d g i o rng t eet m te y t e r s l


'Wh he.da!. 0
was designed
of.public feel-
ah evanescent i
mente he was d
ely possible to 9
it, as Pennsyl-
ned when we
n which the
Ith has placed
inclined to dis-
the little cun-
I motive which
cent under the
e banks, itvwas
of themselves,
9perciei that Jo-
t he is enjoined
e that the laws
)t until public
Ls as to compel
Id redeem their
Ak gravity, well
them to forbear
ws. Does any
d this step had
the determina-
an in the cos-
oment, that if
specie after the
entire to carry
proclamation?
r 9th, 1837, he
are in a much
suspension, and
, sO far as de-
rces, may take
s it is now, the
ania, to take
;ecuted." Ac-
plea of strong
an apology for
)t then, in the
ty, require the
the banks had
to resume, and
it result in the
itlemen having
Dseph Ritner's
, and we willl
aimed for him
t, while he has
f internal im.
I oppose facts
d records, and,
ou, the arbiters
e the extent of
the people by
r burdens.
roli's term, the
id to $24,965,-1
837, according
3r, the debt had
ive of the re-
r mO increase in
er's idministia-
we add the ex-
Trent year, now
ry at the end of
tve an augmen-
ng to $4,307,
yet three years
iis, too, without
torious that not
or rail road has
istence of -that
David R. Por-
tain you long.
opiniona(Land
he requires nor,
tdmiration his
ceal his faults.
ublic acts, and
f those lie rep-
and directand
and perplex-
equires not te-.
elaborate arga-
-d to you. A
e attritbutes'of
Juctions atten.
[mage-wose-
discharged his
Ieen called to
g the strictest'
life, and ,deal.
of that seruti..
ated by study,
experience, he
re~hending the
e, and~ a heart
advancement of
sire, t fervent
s,-he has eev-
d in their sup-'
raging period
amen o darne-
lS in the lamdi,"
that sought to
stray p0/pular
en admirable,
blo! .
fortune by the
edffeshe senk


P ti,,'. r, .,",, ,ro ,. ,,o ,,,hited Brats personssW burnt .toldeath--one 'certmri w wose j- oz. nutmegs,.^'oz, cinnamon, pulverized, r anese are ut a few ot me henormue. an ea con- der it unnecessary. We may, however, be per not, as an ordinary man w ""e
.- .. .n.* ,,o,,,Tex'--t- thle' nit kai. Co. 'body has been taken from the ruis." the front- A cloves, oz. allspice, do sitenes" ownich" these associated parties have mitredto add that so go a s thi infion" of sure of ,"sf,,ue. Srg/f w
be. .. .t. i.' clve o -afs c .do..... .p ,_m.s ....... ,ad, that rsone. ....
,rtvd 1p our '-city yey tot hiy, it.l tembeat Coat. o i wls, on the kto4 e xcptt those n Southe .dp oithota al together for a short time, and when cold, been g iay, briefly, and imperfectly told. Wedo popularrghts, and so danil ots topopular ascen. he devoted his days and rfijig ts' Il
I i*. "" :.".. : .. ... of Honw odatreet.etaanwi, .T; interior of ad4 pint.ef fourth -proofbran y. -not recapitulate them because they're unknown dency, that the Convention which lately sat to pro. til, unti energy, industry, and ta
...'J['lm,+o01tfl b,-t "jbin ia.tbn of th tfie ffc wa1 totally consumed. :-- ', You will save many bitter tea"s by publishing. t0 y0i nut becasett .'is wholesome, at a time like pose amendments to the constitution, by a vete ing over the disheartening difficul
_at of the HRow, Mr., ...... Coi rt Chief Justice ,ASi O1 8ox S i S--.W.hOn gonsineta. tree.. the. aive in. your valuablee paper From a teaspoon tnsto recur, recently, ;.to the opinions and ac. comprising the assen.t of men of all parties, racemr he was surrounded, he'was at last
4f**.M 3D$Goat olrT .0.. .4 -. o, 04, owned and occupied In part s8as -prP full to6awinmegl s;eerdingrtoethiageofthepa- tons 0f our antagon that we may know howto mending the tdoptin of a constitutiond clause the determination whieh conwitt^
T' .f ..: ,-:.,, -. -, < Mtetdniging by Win. Quackenbush, partly de tientiea ti[ relieved,'is to be given.It may spoil prac estimate them and bttbetter enabled to antie- prohibitory i- future of a ourseof legislation 09, ^etiveofhis exertion--thehonor,
t-..ir'etr'ot. t ,f rem No. 1U6, occupied'aa twice bs t it wilsave life. pate and contract: design.-. cestariy tending to corrupt and demoraliseby hold of aH just ta upon him.
.s,.amiim, ,w .TB -, ,. .' dibing by Jobn Row and Dr. Servan, entirely de- "'....--,e "uc a"re eparti Igotw arrayed gairlt eeeh ingroat an example ofsucefu| frua t Ir^ on netio witth u,'ect*i
I! !.e, Mmhal of the W estfn a, ti-oyed; No. 70l,- by Thomas -Mortou and My m ax .Mo t P ..,_, -A .ma wh.h. bt -'Af ohe.O h oe td~ m ety hisarntoftafiiantkabuseth nw rt,,o.-, .: --... i 9, s


:--'ry .'.^^, --,'- -, .+ .,., .. ... ... .. .... ,,..:.T ____+.__^ bagstr~at e e w+ p ,. ..e .be ..sp t one de e dpan nt e ut,. a pu. .rality.n e t o nt
UA^.IMbe-ilA~oDpt IW&W fft'As lia Cwolbrn $*wel-ni o; 140142,,^16 by R.epctvo Smeiteht tf Yoe 'If noddae uttyorintltofbheedkfhUie~a hwo;dol~a~e









. .. '^l l..odrlc ti ._mmseremw- .. .. :., .. 14.16,ii.. ^ .nrld ro. Nam-es .'^ ^m ,+l|.m. .^ ., ,- w ,, wbe, phaw. beeen pr e toht ...yyour~tm t~ m m tdimr choic", no-,,-P.--, --o asr-+', a+"'7: .i ~ ag'ne nt. ......r this bpneisow s i< ons ertd.,e use, o f te coua~,ge tha-hich, resuge mbedr anhe
"i -.1 ',. ****t ft .. .- 9l' : lm tht re.. denl aod. Qgue r ? +.t as.-rtained t Oni eofS .erA Ged ANIMALdt! ORt' FO<)D itw tt FOR TH ciT n, t love h t(.unIy and re veres: her de..odn~ger oi t s ,eentai ln edb the ldmmui t uret to"re d uhich eectwed the dierrcatio foi
I*le~orish itr 'r n



l 'l iSdo *:*- ...... ...... tk brne s ws o ed .toward its eret^ and T -l .ce in fud a.od gatted inederte lihe- Ind thellipliiae broandirrl e of d







Ifc W"M -' *- ,; ; i" ...o eo .- fr........ ... .. ...... d -- II' v "8 "" '' : + q mba ra
--a .. .L e+ E rie h u... own e r d.y ai D, b -,gove r..... h- nig h. hke a rsgo.tertremcover fromthef l.... oo.ina s t p t. o n to and c o f
J-, ....^rle. nwa.. ....ut .fl .. -r y a l .d In dr g ucce lso l bestwenent Dati. R. nrter do th er t -.up .:r.h en d .. 'i te




enrtaf,-rrtr. mi,^itw" .r Ja Jtrongn ao,--ai. heinduttdle~ra~oa, fofar aac frnjht, heni te. outs.aa ehsteitnlprofri}at, u trnof.nAl- J 0^,^,0.^.t..^- ^.,it..... .a his h .ande. hh-h, v.isgd R: Porg ektero setlthansm to hiso
' *S,,.."t ":", \..;:: ..+" ,:,., : ,. turtli Fllotr ae," he: vlea mmwh lw i Ils e ye wian t~houg.h th ind tinviduat wodesntbedtheat ia hfe oumpldo tlh-+ysirea, and burn"ng with the Itf :+,o-:: will bm e ;er~e'tollectd that iry D eem er, 1 7,toe, organied indbefonre tuions gountrym n
il ^i ..S.+: .- +.;.. .^ Pick= lmydti> ct> ywarhM nhen l andtttonawhc d tys he m~ b n gteatlar t cosi era tdy rtgtanledat te+,dtfe atr and ,he d,,g a ,efu ltdJa,,;) ,hh,, ciden,,, and ,the,+r .th fu ther prseuto o.ouprmciysltrem tof i theronaltvry: :a .. th.e+ ariie i
-. ... ... t r, l .: ., m han pow mlofry od have b igteepp n rt mg conntrynuead nd too d r ponImoe asfoo.fo thatnm .... r-+ T :. +-^?0'+?:, ^^^ -_ve ,. Amon .h sev ,: tera Getorityosbur th crao .- i .aoutn dmetdaed.
- la. d W"^ oevep-dby ,h i rim hm mant lei? that e norow mny, nus-dq vu. Theaa se-ag a tthroondaS~tion n v(ae. He :af:.bW.JY.,W f~ ranl r oQucktt .wnot hty pleuasuaretatth.1 pep work around xPen yta nqua,__ted eapprn
l tr<., l ^;r~t. ._ l.*.o..n.- t W b-ai0.tontlfew tbeJotrtn b-i nn ofritelf.oosesuffwc, i, y. a -., .iednt-.t bde eo ved, ac h s the de eply a te ,





'^B eaa-t .: -.', .< < .e :..lki th:: h, fe tteb-mi'm fro picin faerrrs nf ki thboyinids~timelet andaf ,tnN aodclall'aofu et.m B -va . ..-i..y .._ r. -for gbut one-lgoforho work ir wd ro i h y him elf, te i e boyeru,_gr fe t the eavid R y Po r nwerh .n o f Apin. id hes hae tv hi ch, aleppi ng t l ,n d Y ,,
^'-Sr W -""^ '.'..- ,- X '41400a, llradeg, partl maiestr o thdmd wieth ucb folwft~ Wh knewenot what -t oul ahn- "h s nl? A -^ urtt e s^rrt oduncsiyepiitl raiefncn~uinlgv
^M^ lk^, Mi.1 i^L"." I. -y~ii~ ihnteaa e as Nfntcthi. N`6ai at ran lik0, 14% 'de4il, en me^0,?;6 of0*, two0 h h(f ~ot) '" ~ ~ ~ ~ o 146,, Iep~ie6 th `rits, 0^ I| ri ih4 -candidates woutiblirttiyco or I inutiliattyi. of the Binjil teiaefrth~ctrs~nl. oero w- epl ntrstd n teGetybrg Tatisu i bot e eidd

*''S^^ -^MfcE?^Pervnt SS es, hocraaiary, an reverees her dde- edbroaenygersa 1i adatiflef-on tifhe trteo ?risyvai rsote t th^ eiusb lanco ta, elin
soott" log" on a e~ f o c w~ Ilrl h t o ew rsfr mleb yh msl..h b v a a~a y w er t ia n *o~iho au n otytik fk eigte ili un~ et sai ar~ v ~ V BB ^


nder the pres-
ith adversity,
o the severest
lent triumph.
ties by which
able to fulfil
id the chief in-

t may be just-.'
ras ever/nMore 0
_Porter. aBt
>m to asperse
uai have been
ials-furnished
pri "si men of ,
worth, intg.
EIa slanders,
of the moral
perseverance 5
to the-heavy it
d -threatened^.-

events, what
n that excited
, bravely bat.
,.for himself,
0, and- buoyed 1
ihs nature, at
ng the'diswsi-
,d him? Da'.
os for having
in this impo- 1
untry where "
a fortune and
nst attract re-.
+:.sand suih is+
gBut d
fft 4lue i* -
Df Mie nimon 3
,slble power, p
its legitimate.
sition to the :.
imerit of the' s
The battle, a
ibaWtarstV .-k-# n
9d bpeetatort, -
e Union. ;
n the enthu.
.,; .. .;:.