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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: September 11, 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: UF00073838:00003
 Related Items
Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832)
Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832: Weekly)
Related Items: Dollar weekly Pennsylvanian

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0 W'TE'rl A'*TBS MAIL LINE NEW ARRANGEMENTS. GUSTAVJjS V. TOWN IMPORTANT O Tl TO 'lI
amg ThrenLi#sfor II"Alin PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL tR|irnesa aRII Coach Jaxaiwt. -! LIFE oAuJRACF
sU T .- ..--, -* .VU, STATES MFAIL Card and Job irlnter, 'HfUMofthiaplaeoaer ,oleit -lT -A TRUWo COMPAr ,OF mdaeka ,.wtrikil f
WB YO ChARiOT LINE for. No.2 NWTH SIX& -,t e.... -to give their attention .........w.. ..--- -e thei ae- W.
*j f7RAiLW OKKAD Wheelidg, Cincinqati, eond door aboe Market street, ipanpha ...beimrmnt tiof& PHADBLPHIA. *. .W..d AMM.. .1
J Rweum.A-rROAD, K jBsi^O i I Mayuvi~ie-three )E SPECTF-LLY informsahi friend the Carrers' Paten STITCHING MA I? Ewhie ;,4.,3-i .3 ; I
... .. ... .ao n ..on N B r n ..... .... h i e ha,
4' "#a/-'. m.:i,.deam Kir, o .Ne Brw n 7 7 1.. PASSEN.GES only- ,, public generally, that he has emenced the will-be found to exceed anyhinMoftbe.kand Whieh _A'.-ta ,,-
m'ail, Cac NeMjrce, No. w31 so uth ... through %Q Wheeliug above btisiiea in the second story of th.homse t-o ever been offered to the a 0 Rpubl t .eMh l? M l .At ---
al ch pNo3 uth 3 ,hatsp d) Ieave Bat-' cupied by Rikhafd Reeve, Drnggist, where he-i. well very simple in its Co nhtruClon, a o flinT.rug expen-4 C A RJiT .B. i. !l
vert enjFtor 9 oloeek, and ar ves nordle, dail at 1 oc-ock, P. M. on thearriial of the prepared to execute Printing of every desertion, in compared to _as great Utilty. .... U i- j
ttkis ng. FM 5ei Pl ap- MiCarom Nw Vork and Philadelphia' the, neatest manner aad on, moderate terms. The excellence of the machines earaes ltILem
... ..~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~LN leve Balimre .uies f isala n abor;2, -a, peret rteety fe uA nip tbl : -.-m--- .r- in"" "-"""h.. Woman 3-w--v+ .m
NEW EXPEDPION. IIN leaves Bltitsre, T> Bsiness Address, Professioal., and Visiting great saving olao; s...a peee m y In be I eu We Ace i p t i m i j b. y *A,) t
Id... .n- West, wewi ,ra" at 41 o'clock, P. M. through to Wteling n62 CAI DS, handsomely printed in the mkf ihtoable 'titeibing, and 3dly,it place.nit i oth weer oan no- am b I rqmR iu u u ni
"i ~ a ^ W 1!oir seatsT. i ^ ea ly So I" l o l in o t e ~ v r s m ^ m c j a Ir e i m al p efcf t o thee to riCsv x o f If ti c a r e ai qn ^ f ^ ^ ~ cM .n t l < t
Wil "~5edt Kl~t UUU ~y lUi'ours. style, onaPan oishid'iWdIvoiy3 130rface. kleMI workinan to do- aitebaging nrt otpretde.oia rutcmdeei'~~e-gea "S~mb g~~~m
.,o nIS imOied. "IRELIANOE LINE ea-es Baltimore rey rtaorn- no A 2.aic 83 00. RS OO elkthd to Wheel In in f 4bouta. 6*h 0 -Priflhils j*s Gold, Siber, B ~,ad Velaad' ro,, vira ness, one perssc can do the work of twi mezi, withawlii 1,011I.R ai
*A .1 41i1 -LtI9:M CUM!MNG. Alt theabove Lines by Rail 'Road to Freder- raned to adhere with an unading-bright1Iess4.m e of -. Wce r.0
S. ,. "M. c0M.m[O, Pro rietolop, .2". Q. V. -T, will, also ex ute in a superior style, an n ...... oft ........ ,s of -- .. ".
..lo c et No. 31 south d i-fall, T the at the shortest notice, plain JOB PRINTING, viz:- may-he seen by ca.littg at Otteakirk's Hatul, So E. Ratis
,- i* ......e r--r l. aThe subscribers have a contract h i .. Cfr. Afr y F .'.-,
Ren to ,si r oe A wih th.. d a d il, or e e l tt u M i e ai ae A e o e
..LLA.. Road Company, to carry their Mails and Passengers Bi H eas Memor..a, n e"dare :Cetaicaeeeasiwa'Pt +edf y me Ip tmx
:" "lZ'IU 1V TWELYVIE DOLLARS. tp Frederick, and evety arrangement has been made Ca..talogues, ',. ,fo heeas h xam frnt bi1& l''
lZ i B Company. *,m t hlgulaty. Circulars, Staad Bill -s; be .:l.n,, tw w1io^^^le,fIIea
FAST PACKBT' Oneof thL a'roprietos tor, stationed- ageut.J wil |t Nt* .f Hand,
all times bg o,. ud i.tthe followitg places, zz:-Ba'l-. Chtc -a + 4.a .-Q.a lry 6, & S, 1 i 3 ; s .!
ftnr 9iagerstbivn, nion- ay ll IlxriSv t,. Ofe i way ail Ss
D+ tS '- n.r... Frdr, Hit "eo + I eeCu.obir_.nd.l o. -. that.it i lsa Y hav impr..e.. nt, ..a n e v. 4 Cal&*
.. v gFrede.i..k ...Wg e.. Billn-of Lae.Pding, Cloth Tags, omdtblfl OL 195 1 3 +" :" "'FrW
-M. evry Mornin at 6 o'- Inm addatin In 'tue wnmneaten tha itrve is ag atea~ imrveet and .... .. ., -. l .T- b,
-to whichTvelling Agents a e. -Policies of Inurai, indere 0iO
ladl a, Lanes. aitly empl. ed toIpsconantly etw aep OF Bla nks f every descri or Paper-, -- -.... ..... ... AMOS W. n
"r el .. arriabP n Rail.Road own and Wheeling.. All abuses or irrgularities .iX Dow e B d o, do. .-l-ti -*d.- PIN L. .0.er 6 I.. H ... .. "e ,
-.... .... .hil. h6 prompTly corrected. ...t, 4b. de t WE have seen the Stitcing e oin in., .ed by th of wi. *-i- I
IB Le lats t Street iouse, co- For seats app at Genetal Stage Office Bar. Pa.p.lets, I .Vards, etc.eto. M 1sr R se If CAR S' in opetasi sgnidere
0L4,ngw had splendid' tasia'o Ci flutoh, SIMCWLVN FALLS*,~ CO,- j-i~t great impwrovement both in seatposs pd E "' rnn ieW.BLTesrr
.._. .. .B.-Engraving and Copper Plate P .tig tto thk it worthy W .ofp.A .. "
^ft %eof this W T filly executed. fe^T* -6,
*use~~~deny reviouslirnoiae by Ieaas roite ~PINWVNACMA6
t:e +!S ? 3 t o p' "t ........ ;..... l ......1(6L 'Fur-ficeab Volt wahPAI ch s vaLLE, 0. Apold I&, 1838.Fo ttE i el)t s i .,
idCith wgj+gde tq-* proprietnis o s-1 asnger~s will tkke thre steam' drn~~03c ~ owo TJVcmus eeysei7ti i1'~iua~i."A~~~~h
~te'eItwrti~hptfPS'APof the gra- -ba e iivdlha ati'N 161 south .6t h street, eplit side, 4 doorubelow Pinll av ]sd[][Q4CRER'nwyinetdJ~IC- AV~abtu t fWiii~* bhn 6lIw& ~t3j
~~~~ ~ ~ba A'-'w Phlaepha C--apfaion`-N.o.t+ have us RG4#CA tR'nwyinvntd Me.,i .,i.' c&- rl,-"".i "lot l~"l
101k k ."a-Tohe panwik .t pas" ..,-+ )
:': l ."tw. N.^l _gtt.f ].de. .^^.-1!, _m]e~aeotnY "_ s ".10' .^"^ ^^^ .ni^ "tV3p2St~i^ ielld-dnA fawf,,a+lrt4t1y.
toa .trN Sl.s 5grsven.foos of Cnhesnut i vB, In Ai .. 1-ie. and Cali cheerfully s ay that it is a very ran orte- ..... .
corner-of Foufth and.Che(Snta' eiebt, dsieiatd) 6o r, ov14 At. M. ftu y exetd ari, r^ all2r
b a thenpr!vpa.eq t, w which e e y m s s a d w0 4 5

.- itLa.houttrnb e d~without Jlhyanifldwftisfac~ +Jt '-+ ,For1 JL yw. xysa: saicjs ofro17 Pmw', ah reLl,
vi ded on bh"o ard Coach makar lir anne osresi. hiy one nwho woo b1400 fa tt eS
Nlnts. Cars, and thence to Now York%1 11yeo, -br- fulty ssotf


4m A e-:', odtu oa bot ar al F ibt Ien-n:-. -+ it. a0 short shortm-t notice sFoh Isci P ~ ,t
JOUiN CAMn rivig early in the afternoon, BtrLtId Dinner OAB CHILD&
0 prvido onnus Aoard --Pm;@rmSLL.O- A ii38.1SK8
Cak vCH Mhos- se _rudrl At dwageof 20yeara, 91 5.9. osI) ~i~fa
~ ~ C *111^tf^^ r^ :'JH T ^BTo HA*N8M AND ~COAH MKIR44- Th ndemir~ig. ^ fg*"^!-,cf* -- r. a treats; ieet^ nd rdt theat Fare (regnlfir tine)-to New York, 2 112 0." acsgnii~tcuniTwOf t#;~h and 145ar Decko 245I''~'n to "eve~R -usMM.go. Bu
are ab ,aosue 30 3 IV- 1" 1sqiphite.a
: g QB.. -rtat. To New Brunswi.ck, d --. .. n ""--E?.- ,-5,, .( OR
N.Laloo vM Smhe tad itrsa 'noela nsfiand valuable ink., 35 ~ -*" 4esld~n g i
Totr. Net ,o e.,- ... I rovement .which oigbtt 'be-iintroduced into eve. s' ', .w,, .,
~To Freehold, -r 0 esad oc nte~ ko a~h aiasf r~--
1% 600 *01311s1 _TQ REZ-la
'!or Via NEW 4NO T-RETON, orders enale any one todo better work.-nd wme' -then esn h Cents6law
"i'sfBrCSeaLingwfor aib the 6ro'clock Lione Alordersn l mtin hi line oftbusiet eiPea, at the PI siuly be dote without it, andw ith fixgrgt.a4w r .ng s t 'of achar eJd
SS S^1ento^x 4190% a^. atreeL^ ^ fi S x *^
ciL LZ Co Line -I.. -, I shortest notice, such as Riectiovi PhFe A1.W. F. SAG tCE Y U '


..... -...._= -- -".-l ll ^li -e- )K.'a d '" -WM"J WATSON. AXCt. 'c t A.im l.. mvW -O m ^W ~orpraT cui^|^^^eslela __ ,+ L_ +, gl^^.-- ,% : zrh'-P+fi ke etrd 5, T- "B -" lddthe 6ato i L ine Boa ton Br l an tionee Bllsl, iCatalogues; Businesmws, at ,- B+ n Ste Window ills M LentoN, ,, .,TON "" '" o on "urL. -s"d i, .
(whJ ,tower th,- ry of B .1 -t Vsi C redadsn ,_ ; ready to supply all kBsd of dAmepm3i SIAe, tVi sitin O. Card;T SiX fgi- S".ot. r &3t W.S.. 1f S. Ws
_ijM I h^tJ tbsee t'.wW6 Chanu reet; at t ie *Bil }i s Fc, That the "C.vL RAiaDe iq asy 14-d3mu'yofwhirhtheyreqOletthepodit..1 d Wok mRanylbemir ,gnaeti: & ,aM. e w efw
111.rdoe d im Wtna0 4 Fare to Foot'n $30 &o- OeM APrftting

d sitsR WR. 4.t- eCa rsofW t wMlts j 5.fedup i.h N 1 60 In a very s rior OtyI, ch as Banners, Bage.s H xam ia. They re at ppared fu ah -ou eay _a,. m oney e doma t.4h a ofMp ahed&rnC ho u
adjea l RA1 L- AD pINsG. en. Re E, have retaies tie convened datioL ublsriber av at tne finn am fitted tioep lta40laCft,Al g to o lt. ofig ef o.r Tp qffiM for .ioord' *H

ba":.- g truis- o fits wner. "- t rel Pe 3 otte puotlic fursB yeats, e.and .41haqt i- any quantity at tht nohrtest nqliee, .c.da Wi]|hfi he+-ifam.. \ ; 'i
I3 I r 8"fr ~ i T l J.fo f+ r S cr e at e c1 r d l e s ir e a su r e g U rua r a t e e o t r e c e l v e d a n d I n fio r m a/ U r l g iv e nl b y R o b r t Mv u r r a y C o n R a- n y ., t. w i uo rf a ~wh ~ tt o o S ^^r S l ^.^J. .
-" wdt lea^re ae ?t f 1e tera m r at the.i.r. Ston.e ard,... ... a t' cot lo a" | ... .
thre 'ap 2 WM.RJ. WATSON. Age" t te' oec S T a tey bW. corner tC ShuylEiII So and Ma B Et trey a reT pead to Qu'. enr i le % to th e
1A lloPhvor Ing. Pr Philadelpha Ifmn~o B% RutmQT aitemof intelfige~nce worth a quantity of extra dressed Curb Stone, Ashier, Plat-IC& 1 .*~dJea
,u iPhBWaT tPhannglo L3^ an ire d forms, Steps, Window Sills, Lenfilt, Poo% and are ae W1AtA1.-'. i tato ntand rir i*n rte
S vtU ^ eW1tT ready to supply all kinds of dimension Stone, th e Owyl N oy. ldUiel 5id *rl b't'fr EZM ^
N9'415 Chtesnut sweet; at theanril is a Faoo~ct, ATh at he, by i*A'E quality of which they request the pubic to call an y beingfo n'auebtlmaar- hihTsrGu..rdwb
M:&ehous8 Of wa rRof y U T ""b F examine. They are also prepared -to furnish Faun rid to on.tce yL kinds the 4th 4oW HfuyA risi-
0thRi 'l T N. W. IakrI ofAILENOAD LINE..ay RENhE, have retained the contfidence dation, afflict. B wtilding rind Colown Curb*ompei .1 inda uPswthe ndiwo al dffi recording
i -.eE stesme etT LNo RAPHC8ptarke While din, of the public for si] yeas, and 04t in- anry ua il a tesesing *O udea i l lbwed* .arean roofl
a D'pot < ^ ^if leaAve theM fiot of Docks ch reased sales sire a sure guarantee of received and in:rmat gi by Robert Murrr T40 cow Te n c2
i re." ,'- ,,* j-.at 0o'e ek6 q i li ;on from:the e their undi inished popularity, at the yard, or at their Siore, No 174 Ma ke, t street. th- communty tituh, oive n L ji 'lr
I uU0 ,:fbr = I a I'^ a. No to1
ugg'qB&H.R1.kQA'RS AND. OTAGE~S F~j1..-ei:ers lake -the Rail-Roadc, arriving in B-altimoreat' smaller deohs Mid Tha the sombioe mid anlgb$ eoi-tnt de EREt.eiiR&B& te aea t




-^aShf f Prpieo- Theyi Swrtng winiv taoneyh 7adoeoet-aw d4^HE andne~lukafrheieew^ -alrt the*dso(Mi.h, MiK>lae
w ugsu m& .4juA uta A+ h. ^t,,* ~ g, ,c lt-k sateel en Ier e rn .oor e a o .lot t aonet hee, beazrty, elasticity and durability, and are sold at m y --dif a e o in t ea.m .. .eO. ."od lpolY st
W h eeOBlt l wPtAEthe NL-rIN bFat "Eand 4M A the sa- Ne depot wit a- Prices toe suit p b i times, and that a visit is an.Pr. to- y MET obj0ct eoa
GoRtl Ite('a,. the lines for Wahingtor Cit, and t, e a ilor f h ei rn.mooney..I nm a.orda iea aft he in ,]. ... .. o t- ,--. .ial a ,-




-f^^ ^ / ^ a nd Fizpreca "AF .TERNOO N~ INNE ALn m 1 8uies RecgIOing B AtChe ol dg tht itreeone oo a oviced wih ent thefolwigcoe sais, The al s i~f onrae~ive d hich lhe t llo ofbif daadr 19 d l ea de epsa T~e rlu
It is a Fact, That 1, have adopted the eash .iysteap --hi 1 -oi) h




lit ^ T AW FC KS- ^ ZX^vl *~~ At^ as ,i<^io u .+ A t Ju.,.,o, 326 .,+ Ma"e Str ,eet ,s iie ViO! -aaeentirw- +rad'"patf".'1' + fc, w~rinow BerHranil teapArau
fail Line-okea .e 1i bueiness, the y teaa -l th p-ixwroln of the d lo iaei wi no et qrqao




f miL~~~lM ^3?e cololv thet Office No. 28^^0 1 Mark^0a^1e""t, "Uth 0h iet.adhkoe, yuetmy < tWr(eta< n td ey ccipin Apyrf birfil oih.aapodwsS
E. vrine streets, daily, at Wi.. e re No 1h 'Mrket t'et, dl,. "a nimble sixperice is bet.er than a slow shilling" s rtofula, "m Iestei.n rat Iee allowed. 'heo e hr are 9o'clk, M. ".. ... e uLe is lr





.toS^Bi~t~olH.BfrPt a&6oeoc,. .an e-yQ^ L at~oa~oti~tff^ 4L o'cock Paseges bya wichu t l aCkw., A. M and 4 o'clock, exept und ).at -2 o'loc. -e Pass engers.b-y thni can sell cheaper consequently, asit insures equal ad- Lmroy, Pimpled and11arhied till 3 o'clock. P. M. except on~ a win 'h :o in Bind mar to 't'ei
--,all '.L Hbr" hnleine willnarive ian Baltimore- at 8 o'clock the same to te buyer and r. pr S tx Ro,oF e- fleeo, i ac tl 5t e ...
hi rr." -3. .oujs Horse -O nibuses will be at the eto Ree 811t Rheu.. ., 0+ .ito H naB rtt Mieriso en 'l ome e m 1. cM.
P.'_ boo .. eveftng. -~ u, ml Callmsw l ~ t h in and see iy Hts--no chmrgfre looking, ... ... .. ., .. ..nhoy' Fire ;B, o f-der '016 Board... t. P P+''. ,~
,. ... wharf on the a8;ival of al49 Morning Line from+New RerOLLECoT THE LC. .. .w 'Kii... J oon Eye. Ap rr' i g
"t,4 erof the following ofmes Yoer dtoy coy a F,, n -.ever-bores, even when Sore. Les,, B .. ..... -, J nII ..r. ep 4'-- ... ..
Af ^t; N.' E. orer 4th and-.epae FLORENCE, Practical latter, the bones are efibetad, Scald lmae, ffoa4g 311d
N. .'corner and Willow streem.; e In south 3d at., 5th house below Chesnut street, White Swellings, Ulr, T,' NSLVAA O a lalh-U
-la ne*l,. Now. 15 Ch esnu t street; a rner ,ga-g Ln fr Wimtngton, a a -dt west sie,--No.48. Violent El options, n ,afte.rV pa l ,,l .. wS,. r-r- TfEt -,,,S Y V "<'I If.I ai'
strooelow g t Depo. Wileleave tle ofice, ?&. 29D Market atmeft, daily, (oz- mer u hIa failed, Onel^01ne1da bnu lepld





"S S0 -.""6 ,.. ..............~ Fo Wi.o^ 500 do..,v do+" "". + "u -ol ". W lfm^l.llreoW ;r ,t ah iU^i ^^t .. ._......Bo+ .... -,te Tued_ ........ or_ peaC ..qal .40 ,o ._ Meaz me- cn .. .. .. ..,. ........ .SonT S ....... On<'pierce grouenm. sw^
.... .1.s DUCK & co repesuildayYa6o'ele& 'P.. assengers for the-ran-,- y, .. ---- "- A J.tNI. 1 't144es, lLb A o wtl
Prries dywine Springs will tako the 7a 2o'ooek.i,* d II sac rr. Ha hr d. or L thankful rthe libe letioura
-""' -' _not the evening line, as- heretofore. ment heharecved, would inform hi uie r oftheb--ot lher odrsi e a i stb^te (It, iRPE'ET 'o Tage
S-. e iACKET LINE FROM JEREM[AH BOWMAN, J ad the public, that he still continues the ly aQ.hmlrcstione to DrhuUd i Nr Ri' '"tre i,. ..t.i. IIhuuOUNG,
q.." Utsbu r ,,'iUy, ,v -uii t e IN Buouei t di neOs1, known Infirmary for disease oftheratiny c tm, or prattb I A mnuintieid Ende wmenland mak e Bt sil Ar ireeiuat u l,
-,...h ALL it 1 YA, VARIOUs BXAi' p*SB 4thetreet, oneadoor above Cheat, theg ie all kinds ofcoramme. whi e aualte of life d 96 et dee l '['le 1reeI
tI O ARS $
*la cn ob eueVa hn-[r. m ewA Expediti.-on in the dSliv 4t A la. 326 A r., sft .te .e lie disase entirly e.radieated. e i S tU -are invol -ecive oey on pot rUSt. t rel and ll the appr'rtus







": '- ;" '" "Cf E S'l "e^^^ ......ws bft~te a-wte.figO
bep.ar"...'Ty t k'- and are autorized o ret yie attd execute ['rusts of lug-'sig. Tiae
at' the erner ol Broad and o ,,.f MIRCIANDlZE is paruicu. south ide --. 10th ;street'. and he.bopes andy are, a e ddo reL
.rte street, via flumbia Rail- ad .. arly desirable at this season of --y and strict atten" oni to ..m..t.acjTntyiun ,[-,E' any and every descripni.l. A ? tb.'T', P re, No tshe q, tu theproem S e two b
Ctok P M ndud e"ia at .o'eokP N I. an d d e- th e d ln.. th e P ro p rie to rs o f th e W a s-in g lo reteio e h a v e a n c eo=p a st fav o rs. U BR W f r. su acri r respe.tu ally -r s th e p ub lic 7 2 so ut _. Y- arg ehti' e e mium
;7pidaeyfltIoldvbrgI h akt made rmngoremenla~o eliver( God nPubr n*N-A large assortment of ReadyAMadeCoin 1" l op.hihrtsyadpeseeSzsC.WLEAurylag't.eur 1aEivgIis,
tb"e d i te ly frr ,uui a geb u rgoIna t e pSck e ts ,, a n d, a t th e f il 0,w in g, r; s o h an fahi ,h w i h so lo w f or cash ia o p e n t -ou g h t p e w a rm oe i Rf otead to SIXl n D Y. ,y Mmsn onS- hand, w .hi.ch will he..oldcl. _n .... .
tpleew 4prosshe Portage Rail Goods $1 Dr poT hundred jy tiortf .ion of those who, wish to embrace the +opportufnty of HymanG atez,- William Parker, the sulh ,idq of the lot, qccta-
from aher viacanal to tt, og. Goordwars, 1 62jz" do do, ,.f.complishing a ilpereor ,..titi eg in il fw +WUtli*maKirkham, John M froting Oti': asreet, and in g0
fhojiar days and a half. "6rdwries, 1 50 -- do do. -,5hu1l7il! Cool -hours, and a superior knowledge of Bunk-1re*jMng John. Newman, h .nllen, gruuidrent.of theTMrWwe
_Car dari.t. ib winter, have been Grcei-es,, ir 10 days,) at- de-l uti.n of riH s i b e taught i a practical merbawWae manner, in a fw g E u Cnr
re now iii comrnp eta order; the cars have And- in ili. .us.A.l ,. ti n ( a, selling their Schaylkill Coal taught inla practical FYI;ei r s .. m ne- in fey J. C ncer, Chmues-a,
L teet. ao on eight wheels to insure safely. The nts per hundred, pounds on te above prices L from the ian o, o 3 rot 4d Mountain, to h h. we t uhe e, anthi, b a e wi be tadhC Rltn. Ih -tiAPI ismsO
oan a'o r r ,,m am: bymmuuhyouse fLine evrly at t. he Wadrehouses,- No. I a 2 Central approved finest b 'i inferior to n-in thp pity, o h ba or ti allea utoed.are. o t- Ma thew C Raltonho C o
Or ,a revryock, eord street W; G/ MOORH-EAD, the f o g ea l r e .n'l. .,- Chme Duitik .- .. 7-d. SaL
Der ..he c ,Ifart d a nen e ea ... o f H o.. .-gent. Broken and Screened, 6 50 pet long ton, cr2240 bs. ,4 .......lne 1_,lr., g- m' Pt .. On W edediytC,, ii-g,.HlvMll
_Ag-e oa nd 6 00 de o d first standing and respectability.
Tmalmn Wme s~g w t. There is, alSO s.o .rem .."+ E ol. d 0 "' S" "i... a lage kag Eg .ot 66 do do q- 2* JI ee4
c.rried. Passengers on this Lino canhave ^ag 6--dl S, W of .h-An4 ae...
lne h For Wilmington, Newpart &TBrandywine Spri g Nut Cqal, 500 do 4o ag" .dl e o n o p ibm gealegg- t.r.- 7 tckt-cartl, 5 .
...... :-.--: 4l +~ ..... ... ... On a oa tler- Tuesday, 'Small iurt or Pea C.oal, 4u 4 do .w r -4 1 0an ges rug l IItpi~e ro rif, i l
*1*. .vines connect a Pilts With a ily ."t d l w le r e by Jonie, 0a0ye h -eoeir vovo 6y g, S. vanwas a .... bre o eo n sa4
s.team oats, runnring to Cincinnati. Louisville, l leave the office, N- o. 280 street, at the stores Or the itsbsrlbers, Willow -.,ie s..., lb Camphr..
SnmabtO.etMresretea l' "cfk, e" .. .5.g.. the Nkeortherrl 'flbrtl beglrunn
... O e.. .. t. a City, JacksonvilleeAre at .5 o lk, sRtlow Thwlrd street; froot of Willow street Rahft W o ilway Di.- r ma... -.. ,T ude o1 hi- femdtr -e.s
T. Mirdyturnse,; fill DelawareofWilowst Railwayr atilia-- ... r. ueas e .. Nrri, thence extending byr he
Mr" ew O rleans. O R H ..Y I "U J A IR R E Sl T O RA'. IId'lV lE I O l P p .
.. ..and New.. ............. leave Newport at 7 o'- Shuylkill, wheretbey wiUl meet with prowm attenO
"i -. ot apg ap a t th e .." '. 51 i h c k an Wing '" ... =" ...- I im BOLTOYN & O.' ISJ~ ~d' ttithe Pubie..wih t.he #aiet p l~tiii 51 li0 blk, CastrOOl, gr..... ofet Nihonae e .trdr plara~olle s
N )Fare t0 iing Ot, Ol-nt b 6-eof -hweetnig aallwt
a+" 'OlLN CAMgirRON,Agen..... C" e or. oo.- .. .. .." ',' best article ever'producet + in any country, for priart, ]0 he Gum:Sbelt. -- Ni'l ine. wext siwgarallel0 wd .lt
"' A 8." 'CtTMMhN GS, 5+s ... nius.tser wil leoave; Newport fo the Spri ns,: on A C-4 A.I it I 1.. ing the growth and incrae obf haii +t ha been 50 u Carb Ammon, + -P4islte wevaly'S
I--o be. secure aap~a't the Warehouse..cot,-' u n tssw~ae + pr i' e+pns n. .. .. .. .. use inm varions pas ot Europe, a~well-ea in 'this .-5 cases Assfcntidp." -own rol .alnd. UthnCe exltendllg
m +T.' .".,''" <-"" -". .u ,,= '' ... h arta f the er-fro Philadelphia. TO LADIESU]+ 4 D GE NTLEMEN. ...* : -: .. A -- .. -;- "--"- + -- .. onhbwaadly 30 feet to the placq
B.lIr nt o~'au streets; NoI. 20t0 M~arket +t.;- th artv +, to car ro P ] ( ), out ry... for-seveal y.. ars- l---, wiuth elnjir "een 1z,0 i W t Lead I.I jeetto grond estoqqanty.ct
ha Y ...... conro.dadWlo stees t.a teD- jY 3--dt" C REAM OFALM(R-NDb is prepared frogi bea ti- .... eg a stn 2d q lt.jeroagoudrltf 0 t
q~ ~ o4 Von erp~ and BWoad s~tre~et, amlar t De.,dt Y IC, .aI Ei.c..._ sioa ful exotics, and warranted perfectly innocnt. It an _i i+tiVOyC b!a__betn known.Ipfa__l.+n-aln..o.e -~ *,000: ..ee-indow Gltae t, Various .s T+..L
:+ m+ lr m~o an tmoaaswem mp +-- A I)-t 111 +lalilT cP i'III completelyy, eradicates tan, freckle, pi,-Iles, spots mt~neto,wshe properly .pplied n pruei.Mvq.ed with, With*general aesmaent~of every artice in the l ,
Y PINNgY'L VANIA AND OHIO T O FJI-ENCITOWN"AND BACK. r~edJitus. and all cutaneo erupte on rad'lally rea~l' not onl~y in r.estorn~gandpreve~nting_. o, ? ~i~hl aywl s~ the m(.raImde of31-dl
Th"e eni irai+ed proprietors of r Steatoboaxts leave Chene corplexi.... int ..i.. whtnes iprtn tO it whi..h coei. thoe lolr ii fOra-p~Br oI~taym uti amp.-2Je~ )4D b
the o" li 'l --l r e d-d 'il -g -o o& beautif .ul J uv n l bloom G en leen.,. ." afte. ..e .+ ian t~ ~.. -. o .. y M e c an s an. ..i l do w l O n W ednes da y evew ing, .lep l eis
Ihatve teme l be prepared., street wharf,- ty,.. .. ...ilfndttoaath rab nd mrn mngthehair- uhse, like mn~he.o h mrn ocalbefome-p urbelaig their 5Jpti~e5.paocol, ilbeml th
n boeng fhCaas(3 -clock, A Me~nd_1+ .PM. ill find~ it ^ to allay the irritability andsating pain body, which have heenin. state mo- ormancy oras di- nov 6.-'-dtf + :... .emme
l-oat o" 15th M'rch next)+ to forward -o,,a to ,PersOn.s disposemd to take an andor'slde ar th si smOt i S 1rfirmsa nt .i ease,..ma be restored to theiJr ha.tIpn m.',and I "" ""<-,-'"- '" + 'ltvlal o f~
..mb,~at ari Sc.hoylkiU. b-ti and enny E ,t xcuirson. for the day. wtMu ind the trip to Frssicn-, Forsa t r;.+ W ; M." Y ,Q N ... 'S r.tr ir a+ form .lt~oe fnn!tioe assgne...fl~em~ tly. nau e,-- .....I uF"RII UrW'!-l
vmiataL' Is an4-rartage Rail Road, in as qtickttime town hnd ieck a pleasant one, "sacs+ of" the Skin, N. ..3. south'+"h stet one.. door;'g Thosle who. hisyelost their I4air bysmaklleas,1can in a OIIEA:PER riAN'. THE eIJEAPEw'r! at$ int sthreoneected, Stes ernw
b 0 ove Cheosnut, 9-dt ye sot ul la----t eAl o hirg heenerce, ti
,1- af i-dies as by mny other-Line. -Fare +to-go and returni by either Line, -$1 -60 ive s i "ta tibyaef" ow ap'lications :- I o -f llt stret 1tI n o e
-. +' itrectel to cir chne'+if ordered inito the .- N. DAVIDSON, ~ P 'I e .,,,msorm m,,~rn u ,, rlsA of thee article, .r; t ,m~ r l ,q,
cmb eeee n liwre feyf. 3.dft d.ept T.W.arj.+,)
"~~'~~''~ OFCEO THE DEL WAR COAL' CO. P i0 no f established fact, that Professor Swe- A fresh supply just received andi for silde by ~ ETRTA H BEST!!! k
iiil~K ~lln_ ,&e "t FFC O T E EL W RECO L O dour's Anti-Syphilit~ic Drops is the only prepra- "--gDWARD W b-td crsmCiHteINeuriale'S, 3-t
i'~l m -sem pz.on goods consigned, to eithersou 3 st Ph beau Fe. 8,8telasticityef cuCrly ra durabeiyphhtt o
and Iforwarded without charge of cornn ... ot.d...i.d.2t Fb 88 tu htwllefculy rdct teSpiiico yi-tf Cre f t nICllwilse
"' -"-"."JAMES STEEL & CO. lI prevent the inpositm attempted on the pub- Venereal disease, when it has arrived at that stage r h Hge- Rate of Interest, iy b fnihdfo i kn rins eal I .tai
S ..--x"-.- Arch street wharf, Schuylkill. Ju- lie by persons ottein o14er Coal as Peach Moun. in which the g ner 1I health has been broken down,+ Bs ihs h ulc r soteto lg y viritue o en -order-, of she Or'pha
"-' I 'Y +VR ,MeLA-N4I-AN, Hollidayaburg. taia, it is deemed proper to State that this Corpny and the locas symptoms are so much chaanged as SIX PER CENT.PE*RANN..PAID QUAIRTZLY, SUMRII '8,etsra* B~ od at pubic dsasat tke Ibaladea
,. ..- -. p, ,o-- t... r he soeowners of teonly tract of CoaLan scarcely to be recognized s.Venlereal. ft is LIa+ .+(oR or Wht.wihhjjl lTJSD Y iie Wotdneesy, 19th-al September,


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JAMEi ST7EEL-V 4 EORGE MULHOLLAN, in Schuylkill county, known by the nameof Peach matter f uncertainty how !ong the patient (if not Compound Interest carried to the credit of theaDepo- ,t st thtimeand respectfully reqIeata thepar. ne een
JhAvSt heevest otaiY"-the mines on it are worked, and the coal timely relieved ey Swedour'. Drqps) is to drag on a sitar every three monthi, ticular attention of all who want the full worth ef ," undividem soey ofand in
j~o., "mVWgm td eaevstgte under-the. (.... ... ha on.... a io e ygead o. frYad+s
"f Se Ctot," inend doin gera broughtto market, andsodor shipped by the Compa- miserable existence,or in what manner a ternation T their m6ney. Bear in mlrd-"to save is to earn." uage and lot, of grond oi
Covoisaio ueinea s n the Schuylkill; haig ny only,. All the Peach Montain Coal retailed in is to be put to all his sufferings. Many of lits unfor- JWg J X Call- and e at-o chrge sideof Sassafras street, at the distant
eoamodioir Warehouse, will be prepared to receive Philadelphia, is landed on the Company s wharf, 2d tunate victims are destroyed by what may be consi- 'O 1 nl4 .M t -FLORE E ratclHatr ward ofJuniper street, in the c.ity
d imak lieral advances on an, articles conslgnea below. Market Street Bridge, Schuylkill, on which dered continuartion of the disease, but by far the -AND tOE wetride of Third street ontang n front 0 feet by 0
to them tuiale. JAMES STbEEL _&-0:- the Company have elected extensive sheds to prepare greater number are carrie off by the.mt.practceo1 PER. CW SUr' ., je-df b Cheu No. 48. 18 feel aUey. T.W.L
( 6-dtfl and deliver it from in the best order, within the usual self-styled physicians and nostrums, prepared by ig- North-East corner of Second and Bace ate. -A au d.
TREr2T-..,ON' _limits olI the City and Districts, at the following norant pretenders. rarednthreu 1836 W li OV I agE
i11lLADEL1HI1A AND TRE'NTON rics: This #aluable medicine, the result of 20 years erx-R A A M. WLKNSON respecfully frma his t 6) R1l Esta
.IAlL-GR0 AD. Broken and Screened $6 perience, and unparalleled success in the extensive CapIital I>,O friends and the public in general, that he has t.. t.e
Kra Aang e -Two Lines fot New York Unbroken and Egg, 6 60 and highly respectable practice of Professm Swedour, Secured in Trt by Judyment confessed en Real Estaite removed his Cheap and Fahonable CLOTHING ven re
dailyBr ..wn v Nut, (prepared for cooking stoves,') o00 patronized by the Faculty of Germany, France and and Publicly Recrded-ceording tothe following -8"PORE, from the south-wat corner of Sth and By Order of the Orpha
Dailyy. White Ash Coal 50 cents per ton less than the England, is now introduced to the notice of the CJ CATE. Carpenter streets, akspare Buildings, over to the Will be sold on Wedneay eve
-'+ +. iuiE d,.alea .324 Pilot I Lnet. above prieei. American public, at the earnest solicitation ofa numit- On cthe lth day tiMay, 136,a Bosf andJudgmeanB. .. Corer oflSixtk and Minor streela. September, 1838, at 7 o'clock..
', On and--after hursdy, the- OOrders, with the cash, received at the Wharf, and ber of gentlemen of long and high standing in the eommencing from 2d obty latt. wasi.. i the District Bn E
"th inst. will .tart from the.of- by professor, and is prepared under the inspection of a Coqrt.fqr ttV IjUNltD ,rfl0 ND .loLhLAI belo0 rt, in the irea .l the Shylkillan..k, Ehe her of lHowing dei
fiee, corner of Third and Willow Fred'k Brown, corner 5th and Chesnut. physician, from the original receipt of Dr. Swedo Security for all the -llties of Banking attd baying where is n-stand4lyt on 'h.n W nddi
Ifn-eo itog 4Wu Dr. Thral 2. story, a hf-fred~idmeoh
i i g-tgh!rough Bristol,Trentlon, Bordentown, Thomas Reath, corner 8th and Walnut. ex-Profesor of the Leyden University. A single hot u DofPhiltnh.!i yott ^ Frok ande,,t o fr* e15 ho 80 e in two e 8tory lt o pe7n
mail. by mail road to'S. Amboy, thence' -John Neff corner 10th andGeorge, tie ef these Drops is warranted, in nine out; of ten C ;,Londort Frock and 1 ,1 a t, fro 1 erecPi situahe on te eat d
bygh WAO -~u~tt~e a 0y fiva fheXm vlo.arsms an ~ Op~ .-5l4. --Dok V rcestat ntees i
It to,4N* York. J. & E: George, corner 12th and Market. cases, to effet a quick, safe., and radical cure in all Et i the. Offie o the Distictout Ble do 16 t he township of Moya
$i 'in* inae will leave, daily, at 11 o'clock, A. Joseph Evans, 258 Marketstreet, -stages of a certain disease, and without producing the an cnty etPhiladphia, aui WarriM f Attorney Do do r do 15 in fn or brath said 7tha
epxo~a-t*t aday', when t tstartas at o 'clock;A. And at this Office least inconvenience. For-sale by May l i836. .o PoProh.oea, Ge d,- and in length or dep0t ejtwad
St.,. mutd"-.~h tieough to New York "in 7 houmr (Signed) CA WILLAMS, eb'y. DR WM YOUNG, (gned) -- -, MCOATS. ro o lnes with Fitwer street 60 feel
'M id 0%i Mail Liestrt daily, at a e'coelk, For sale, a quantity f Screened and Unscreened 33 south 4th sat. one door above Chesnut. JACO)B RIDGWAY, Eq., do do 16 1 ward 6y groU of J hL
- p. M. u viog at New YQrk the same evening at 2 small Coal, suitable for Steam Engines and Lime N. B.-Such poor as can afford to get their medi. Trustee d and Bond flolder o o Olv do 16 ward brlyr- of Joen. t, ..u
.' leh ," Burners. :. fob 20-dtf cine prepared at any Apothecanries, prescribed for The MANUAL LABOt BANK and SAViN FUND has D_ ,v; eGando aP d 15 2b of goBes lewart,_and westward b
.5reTaton, Bristol, &taken by either a r B :every morning, asusual, grais aug 1-dtf been established bythe Proprietor, in order to afford t laiste w3ee do nO of said, beitw"+he aaepreain w h
C. HI.NKL, -Mlanual labor Bak _otet Pake l a Sate Depository for the Savings of Labor, and the D do.d. o Frock ? 7 s a in Matiheisfe pbe Iisntow
_,-^ < Agent. ,AT PAR. Wa llatO Paclet L-ne, Surplus of Incomes, 'under an ample security of his o P A lm n 9 A- d oaa y AD.l633,8 udedAt Ph
.... ,. lies.I" .hr -a t..-E")0te at tile full rate of le a interest- ard Dress do0 16 'n0 hzs if el b+ n n .
B To the t'u" ,b c rrHE Notes of the Manual Labor Bank will be re- -- ,. .. ,.e ,. snU &.... g ,.. wihtate, attl e fullrat, of-t le. indteres--a n secq rptyi n ; ,thi F ( Co, s,- and Rond av.-Book. No. 40,pag-8?,c. and-grant
S To the Public. ceived at par for debts due the subscribers, at Philadelphia to PitUsburg which e believes another inittien s -ad i lilstbjec
rn af, d diadelphia Soambo Ferrv C-m their stores, Nos. 139,141 & 143 north 2d street; also, rT HE Cars of the above Line leave the deprt, Nos, a rate of Interest which Leis certain is not paid by o f pe. Sriki ,nShrtsaid-Sr C^ nonell -, g d nt'of fly- ", ........ .....f ..r "- in payment-for any of the following articles, at the I land 2 Central Block, (immediately opposite any other. His motive for this, togive to me haffyn-rlonteefAp
The^ above' name C m- pan e very lowest cash prices, either wholesale or -retail, tfe West Chester House) daily, at 10 o'clock,via Phi- tios working man thefutlegatainemwet__ wih iheoughAt .Stocks, Drawers i .... t, Ge.tle e's al y.ohnthn r .
Sviz:- ladelphia and Columbia Rail Road and Pennsylvania altwtys to obtainfori savings; and the individualre- r. va-t.n -, prp ea yeai, ted fo r tl
ih commeneed running oneoftheirSteam- ROCtES-A general assortment, including Teas, Canal sponsibility of the proprietor, affords a guarantee, that mesas e t
,,cEi~- geea asormet incldin Teas, Canal. r YR
j/pt res tne, plying condthteT- between ,at- Wines, &c. m Through at least half day quicker than any other he will accept no more on PepoD t. 0 114M4.1iAeCt ly p ti. i eie o the t.
tAVei" In D Ph00alPhD,.e.ha"f in Cam- DR .ODSB-A general assortmth: re e a h l e the ae hour. r calls for, o t-he angi" pricip 9f *4 wly $ it a 4hhwid"r new the 0 lepiQnep u rchasig 1. thFR.ANI
de'j 6 te i-suced rates of Fare contained in theirge supply of Domestic Cotton floods. nThrec eight wheeled,'wbich insure safety, whifhr oeffctually'aards a protects hcmmon wnr, je .-f -
Cl;tW^>*~ollt~la shire of MCpublic ~~~eis.~ BOTS AD S -yeTheit and were built with a vew to c a i safety ofeall whicttih anhouso -El3&I T. WILLIAd o L$ F0E MM
@*Lcita sa~eof OO S ADSroiss-By qhe q "antot single pair.: n eebitwt view to comfort and conveni.tf- ofal d~ieDliors, by the 4MOR01 .,


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toll him that it will end in the ruin and disgrace
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sad hewm." -
-' ,W, d- b chatrb. :ih~tt ltbdeL)t. +of Sa-
S"a" d cop y' it .ea e it .6"l-tvfn, n + e.tral
r, ubn a ,J ogeneril interest to the resi-
thaof s~jiVMt!,1" lzJbca~t treats on ^tdpc
.aQodd :..tewed with a little reference tepar-
ty povaSpoe~lbi-.'waIlu to the BMafer al
Ie '-y i r5tfinleht. -'Vhe :Iedger-',paks warmly-
sit viettet nt*tk.n 6. ecatled highly lore#,
ot c tad c wa*y frenm it, r Wt'u ask
"" o"1 'a i' 1 charges ar,.qly and calmly,
'ad, e* t, wIat extent they are warrantqd by f ts.
i T1h&4bc *ily e#s ent, so fir -so relates, to mat-
>tewf& iuiipal poti0i, is. o government at all, is
1'_ftol Wwhichwe look upon as undeniable. It
1i8" a mtler of general remark that the streets qfPhi-
Jad4aa & in the evening and A night present more
diolwAAcl "ceneathsn tlope of any other city of the
.hiilbn They are. iimfated bytrowds eo wfnen ofi
imulaiin description, who, in company With diiso-
TUftdyoagliieB,b1loe'k up the fuotpat ain tht most
pdblib places, and indulge with impunrtty in lan-
giage loudly uttered of the most disgraceful and
Srevolting kind. If this be doubted, let the corner of
9zth lnd. Ghestnut streets be taken as a centre,and
the fact may be nightly verified almost anywhere
'Wfthin a circuit of a &w aqaaroes- i uJI keeping
Q'wit Ift e same space, which may be 4esignated as
d.e eart of Philadelphia, sanid gambling houses and
o Ibouseq -of an equally disgraceful character are
Ao-belfmand,unliesthe l-general impression is very
erroeous, ia abundance. As a naturaT sonse-
,qience of this, atad- of the mutlliphlceily of drinking
e*tablshments, noise, confusion and'indecericy pre-
vail until a late hour of the night, and (here are
points within the circle alluded to, where a lady af-_
.W niotialUl, cannot appear at her own door or sit
mar an open wiladow withoutt being shocked by
revrqlting scone "nd by language of the grossest
'character. Our watchmen and police rarely, ifevorN
interfere to check, these outrages on common .lecen-
oy,confining their operations to the arrest of a few
,helpJe s drunkards, or only acting utfier a riot hls
fs.ily reached ta blows. bese things do'not 'occur
in corners or in out of the way places; but as we
said nifore, in the very heart of tih.City, in the most
frequented thorough-fares, and they argue a strange
indi wenae on the pert of those in authority to the
peace and good character of Philadelphia. That
there is the same amount of vice in other -large.
(owns, we da not.preteod to depy,, hut no where, at
Least a this countrydoes it stalk abroad so unblush-
in*yi as In the city of brotherly love, once so famed
for its cormaBt dopatin, .
0. As to the city del4, that matter has been so often
discussed that every one is aware how deeply we
are becoming involved, Every year sinks us deep.
r.,nd deeper, and finds the taxation heavier and
-heavier. Well may it be asked 'where is all this
to end!." It is a matter left to the people to decide.
It is in their power to bring the matter to an end,
and to give to Philadelphia such a government as
Uthe wants of her itizas require. ..


-The Miners' Journal has the subijoined scou
of another fire in the mountains, in a regain th
p h" f ha bad more than its. shan of such W
irEdutem, a where timber, foar mining pupos
,.b_.oqning very scares and vpaluble. People w
at emf to bur brush ia such pmn as th p
aemntWhen the whole urface of the country is rea
Ses1i.sblflamed" en the seerest punishntu
'Not lohs since, we observed the woods on fire
St. Clir, afew.mHle above Potusville, and at: I
aide of the DenviHe and Pottsville Rail Road 1
that eonfagratio n ws civil enough to go oat itsa
The firealluded to below, however, seems to hi
no *uch diepomition:
FWV in the Mountain.-On Wednesday tno
I ing are im tnb: wodih v orfgi ated a little north
our borough, ooau sned by burning a brush has
the sps l from which communicated to an adjc
ing wood &od 6drpmd with arnizing celerity. T1
atijItued dry we.tear has made 1he 4 -ae a bh
.4m ?rmy to *6 si Seiae, whic4 extemlw tbhog
thp dilermt tra botwepa here e4 P'or 5alrbi
Many of the lOla tWAfer led hv.e bee Senrti
d6qroi.et, pd. it we with difficulty tst. some
thM mhi"g operations and houses in its path w
i"d rom its. ravage,. Fortunately tie watI
wea exceedmingb4w urivwe Itrust that Mill Crq
wNt umnineitait effekte. Q Wea of tihe Ai
ebeom nt,uwfi lutand sh.ouhld.. srve ai
Scairn to thbs"e who mt codipelled to burn 'aw
AMbbish in our section. The kWVoftimbeetrot prc
4 W will be vwiely fWt.

BuKXR HILz To s zursorD !'-The B
fot Journal uayy-,,.The grading of Bmtker H
tAorla properly, Breed's Hill, has commenced.
SWe visited It yesterday, *jufOand the pickaze a
1'4ade 6iskl; eaiE19id. We learn that it is t
in.tenian 9i'the prorietor of'thai lots to reduce t
kill' abuit -.ig.eeto,.ind .of course thb old Jidu
wilt-b destroyed. d ad 1 the surface removed, e
'eep(( ai' w huodred square feet around the mc
: umeNt WeJMra that much fliung exispti in
'-eon to this proeeedjni and we hope it ipm Ly
,too W to, stop the des.eraiig work and AvO"tel
OUl ground -- BMop the destroyers if p"
s.q the decraliqr of that holy g tond.- The
1 Higs* poeoi'i pai,. o't- bThea ropyle nqc, t
9"%pi@l-eaEmofC -Rome, so wortb Op.ibuuonw
^'oonrirt /wbeztce ha!.Zrunin irtinlts orftuofamn
L M4~ifl)rie IA .. i jc,'. .. .
Jt~J~Lsioa09sIn human race

^. / 'i'wfJf l S rlj I4wwtV..-A co&respon
S.OLpf p he f a q al iaKL Isgeer inat"" that ?
"br OffaiS(-at Uh~ viIe, N. Yarkl i
- F^6 w6at i li4y.'o pnro a vainab~eiipr9i
simfibthe' made ofq saupplyif air to thejki
'-fo^ 'wS.rdr4a. of: vMois M..leaapr 1
4q.great saving wilt be effected in the quaei


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77.77,


; : .... S- P UTTS3uBg,'ept.4, 138.
est, -:. cewi g to to y to dsy- an affair took place
'ho in t* Ritner Convention,which ha" excited a great
)re .fer ae t._ ." -.- -
S The C onvention having got through their phn-
Wy cipal matters, formed, in procession, and marched
nti to a grove in theskirts 9f the aity, for the w -pose
at of hearing orations. The speakeerp abaedW. Pmrs
the 'ter in the most violent In6-age. Anmog the rest'
SMr Benedict particularly y ist6nguiehed himself by
the violence of his Invective. Stonbreaker, the
elf. younger, was stationed near ihe place, and was re-.
Rve ferred to, as the 4litig apd presntwitt eu. J D
Mahon,, Esq., a delegate from FttaUbugfthws also;
i. near the speaker; and, lose to him, stood- Col Ma.
rn, thiot,.another~delegalte. While Benediet-was pou-
r ling fori s abeise,' Mahon 'was remarking to Col
SMathiot, ovw indelicate Lnd ill-judged such a
'c course wasj. and observed, that if the election were
'he plied on that ground, he would have to become a
an Porter man. It- happened, tlht while hisfeelings
out were in this s tate, Benedict brought bi sispourse
on. -to a cl6se, M instat tly all voices called on Mr
ily Mahppv.to ,ldrpsqt*hbe ftle$j;g. Mahon is ote of
o our' mit eldoquent e '. Ie has -a fine voice, a
er; clear aid evy happy tddeof argument, and a.very
,her eainestp, *arm.hearedd and periuasive delikery.-
ek He came forward and took his stand upoatq fpla-:
ad form. All eyes were intent upon hp,for baa mian-
Sa Mnor always fixes the attention, lie ehgan ina-low,-
J milld address, very different. from the high -and
DP. stretched tonesi f Mr Benedict. He remaked that,
When either of the parties of this' state places a
-i *HPd-ict n Ir in 'sion for 4heoffice eof Governor,
Sit nmst a prsumed that the candidate is of good
il f wmd. uch a presuption in due to the intelligence
- and. mral character -f the eOple of the common-
Swealth. 'It ws very Air -to -oppose a candidate by
Lud all political moti ves but, he regrete4- to sea that
tLi so many of the 0ppouea1t ofMr WPoarterwished not
the only to defeat him oliticlly, but also to -put him
ibt a moral defth. Y -. .-
ex. This rely, .ay"the e Jtoof it, was not a'pro-
dentcourse. For the dandiU observer would natti-
Dn- rally suppose, that, when such arguments were re-
re- 'sorted to, and depended upon, others having a ref-
yet ? eroce to. the great principles ft issue, -were notto
he be found. Besides, no one predisposed to-Mr Pox-
le. TR, 'weuld ever vote -ag.inst him, on aeeount of
re such 'accusations, brought fnrth at wsuh a time.
n: They would ask why w*assilence kept'for iO iany
l ears, and why was it ,necessaiiy to refer so far back;
*' why tot speak of reoetrazsaconstl A man accu-
o-. sed in a court of justice, and, eeufrooted with the
witanesev, faee to face, with- evety opportunity of
cross examination and explanation, 'might be over
d. powleoed by the first impression of testimony; but,,a
- .little time might set aO rigbt again. How *Much
- iaoveWeasy 4 w 1tW fa4e ae- distorted testimony to
M 'make ** w2g feeling, or bias .gaictf a peown sit
le' uteda -s en-Po df" nessmea against h&'hwpvr ex pnre and extra-judicial
Iy and, ts vpry patrs of the "ontrovprs$, p-kea ded
i-. the idea of a fair investigation. The pairIsanie of
.'P'-ti UM **k, k. *nt i ist to ti hairUMaMnmn-knn


; saw them.- He says he was present'at the time of
the transaction. I have no recollection ofit. He
must have been 'a mere child, and it seems to me
,very improbable that- children' should come into a
justice's office to see things of-the kind transacted.
But certainly the whole community will bear me
out when I -say, that I think that here,-where John
L8tonebreaker and his character are known, his
statemqert wil qt Inlre apny on.. I have alWays
understood that the iQq ace. tract before mention-
ed, was shortly after sold by the Shexiff'of Beaver
county, and bought in by Mr. Qrbiqon, the Presi-
dent of the'HRntingdon Bank. The statement of
did Mr. Utonebreaker, is an entire mistake about
the matter, and is bsolutely untrue in nearly all
te material fats of the case. Hle has very repea-
tedly told me in various conversations since the
failure, that he thought Mr, Porter was as honest
a lan as ever breathed. "He Ias very often of late
years, complained of the great failure in hi memo-
-ry, and Vis-obap.ty .to dobusinesst and when
left to the guidance and management of his sons,
I nust say, that I think he is in very bad hands,
particularly where they have puch an -animosity
aSPInsA -q6a a as I know they have against 'Gene-
ra P orter, r : .. I ^. -: : ,
In condluion,I have only' to say, that I have
known D. R. Porter for wore than twenty years,
and have- iad the most ample opportunity of know-.
ing him--and Imo_ t unh6sitatinhly 40 say, that
in the lung course oFour lives, I have never known
himi ttobe guilty of a- mean or dishonest act; and
ifthe slanders which qre .eow' heaped Upon him,
slanders never heard of till since his nomination,
are to be believed, then I know of no man in the
range of my "equaitunoe-who can escape. Eve.
ry man who. keews me knows "well that- I never
intenrre Ik elections, and, the on ity motive for my
appearance e fore h04 p4ic at this time, is to ad-
vapce the truth, nd shield he character of one
who I hare long'beliyved to be ono of (he best and
most valuable mn ii our country.-.-'
S.THOMAS M. OWEN8.
Birmingham, Augst 31, 1838.

-,'O ThE PtJBLIC,
' Th'sA lately reed thestatement of John H-Stone-
breaker atid--hi father John Stopebreaker with isr-
prise aadastonahinent- I live the next neighbor
to John' ilolebreaker, and within one hundred-and
fifty yari fIis .shop. hav, been intimately ac-i.
iII.%-AI>hf.1 f-.4kh. 4" t-. an.- ";_ -- t-.-'- I


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hydrephobia. He was bitten in the face about four
weeks since by a dog not supposed to be rabid, and
the wound had since become completely healed up.
No danger was apprehended from it.until the symp-
toms began to be exhibited three or four days ago,
which increased in violence until his death..a-P4b..
lic Ledger.

"oss 0o LUxE,-A serions accident occurred at
Npw Orleans on the morning of the 1st inst., on the
river a short distance above McCarty's Point, Nine
persons-in a skiff attempted to approach the tow-
b6at Shark on her way down; The engine was
stopped as soon as the danger was perceived, and
the nien ordered to keep off the bow and come in at
the stern. It was fn vain, however. The man
overturned their skiff in attempting to jump on
board and all fell into the stream. Four persons
were drowned, but the other five were picked up.
SThe names of those drowned are not mentioned.

Shocking and Fatal Accident.-OnWednesday
evening last two -of the hands employed in mining
iron ore, near the residence of Isaac Blue, in this
vicinity, were killed by a heavy fall of earth on the
spot where hey were wortkig.- They were covered
sev-Oera feet deep, nd when.t taer ofut were shock-
ingly disfigured.. .
Joseph Fust, son ofAnthony Foust of this
township, was one of the persons killed, His age
was 24 years frl months and 2 days; he was an in-
dustrious and respectable young man. The other
was an Irishman, named Patrick Lafferty; suppo
sed to have been about 30 years of age, who had
worked for a year past at-the Hemlock ore -mines
in his county.-Danville Intellgencer.

FOR TU rFPINNtOYArIAN.
FREf BRIDGE,
The following resolution, adopted unanimously
by the West 'Philadelphia Rail Road Compan'y,
manifesta their desire to meat the wishes of the pub
lie ii regard to a free brige.' .
They have proposals to erect such a bridge, as
the law contemplates, for fifty. thousand dollars.
The soundings made by-the contractor, as well as
those recently made by skilful and scientific gen-
tleman, .aiding their committee, confirm Mr %W-
Clure's statement tolhe joint committee of the U.tty
Councils, showing tht 33d feet from Arch -street
wharf, at the depth of six feet, at low Water, the.
khnln.;-in ^~ RiI t a+ARfit -frnm a I Ui fm ot. a-* n~


WASHINGT COUNTY EREOT.



w viWs shio county tcm
W(on fwitbt about 400" Wsimotakd9t
2000 majority for the democratic ticket. In Fayette
county the majority for General Porter will-be 900.
Green 500 majority at least. FroqLAhp b .uP -.
ticated information that can b4.c Md.,tnI-
rites In the above named cowtii' 'rill f *ry
much from the above estimates.
We will carry our Congressman, Mr. Lest, by a
4Iq. ;m.'U m s.ad-int abeu, o th.ees.ima.y
for Washington. So much for the popularity of
JAdpIt Ritber ta kli own county. ,

tHB LEBANON MORNMO BTAR%
The Philadelphia and other Ritner presses
(says the Harrisbw l eportei,) are shiuting loud-
ly over what they term the conversionof tbikLe-
banon." Morning Star" to RItitnerism. They for-1
get, however, to tell the whole truth. That paper,
.since il eari oander the control of its present edi-
tor, never has had theeonfidence of the democratic
party; and it is a ilet known IQ the Ritner party,
in this section ofthe country, that before ilt hauedI
down the "Porter flag," its editor had received the
printing of a large number of German pamphlets,
containing all the vile slanders against General
P ft "waf rinot until this fee was received,
that its editor threw, off hi. disguise and came out
in support of Ritner. ."
The following htter from Lebanon will confirm.
us in this statement:
-. .- Lebanon, Sept. 1,1838.
GeOntlemen--I observe from the last number of,
the Pennsylvania Inquirer,,that much is expected
fromthe late treachery of tne "Lebanon Morning
Star," and that its accession tO the, ranks of anti-
-masowy is bailed as ,almost onmeaous of the defeat
of-the democratic candidate, General Porter; one of
two things is very- certain, that either Mr. Mortis
is pleased with a trifle, ot that he is grossly mista.
ken as to the character and iniuence of the-paper
he thus compliments. That Apaper uuquestiona-
Wy had the 'n0fidence. o f:th d.eocrtic party of
ILebanoa county, while conducted byiti late able
and efficient editor, Jacob Steover, but ever since it
Passed into the hands 9f its present puerile editor,
Samuel Miller, it has never ceased to be regarded
with a jealous eye by the democracy of Lebanon
coutnty;- his treachery surprised no one, and was in
faetpredicted frbm his outset, in January last. He
f1the same person who formerly edited a violent
German anti-masonic paper in this county, and the
brother of Joseph Miller and John Miller,the form-
et of'whom haalately been transferred by the pow-
ers that be, fi mw-a ol*rlakship in one ofthe offices at
Ha1'isburg6 to eiit that scurrilous antf disgraceful
Germron aati-iamsonic paper in Greensburg, West-
moreland county, call "Dft Westlicher Democrat,"
and the latter is now, an *hasfor some timae past,
been engajed in concocting aid irinling a German
pamle6' t;ilt's l 6, wit whiob the county has
been inundated, contaiing thp most barefaced and
mrraticious slande against ie chI aeter of General
Porlter. A i soon as Jacob Steover intimated a wish
?to wi'hdritw from 'the editorial, department of the
"Lebanon .Motning Star," this Samuel Miller af-
foeted A -b suddenly conierted fromna whple hog
anti-asson to a purpdemocrat, and promised most
feiflly, if J cob Steover would sell out to him,
he would conduct the paper upon the same. demo-
critic pritnciples which had previously characterized
it, and would entirely renounce his first love, anti
masonry; but he never had the confidence of the
the partyt-.he-wa never trusted; it was again' and
again predicted that he promised only to deceive.
That prediction is now folly verified, gad I again
declare that his disaffection and treachery surprised
no one, and that under the circumstances it is im-
p6ssible that he can be an accession to the anti-
masonic or a loss to the democratic party; he is as
duAt-in the political scale, and cannot control or in-
fluence a single vote in Lebanon county but his
. own, and that has always been. cast against the de-
-moeratie party. Respectfully, yours.

ANOTHER TEST[MONIAL FROM THE ..
__-* wmv n flAN^g, -

The Keystone ho several lettersfront ?lttsrgh
in relation to the-Ritner Convention at that place,
"ifroi which we extract' the subjoined.1 It will be
seen that Benedict and his allies have been doing
further mischief to their own cause, and that Col,
Mahon, one of the delegates, protested against the
abuse of General Porter, and declared that he did
not believe the charges against him. Col.. Mahon
is one of the leading federal whigs of tne state and
has long been know as an ardent- supporter of
Mr. Ritner: ..--


TMUIMPANT REPUTATION OF THE
I T- A -A E A W -2 WfS i l l q 7`'
w" I ha d the afiNtSvof the I ne-
brakevc. muach a naiier t On "24th of
July latq.w1re a statement of ie eirt'titancet
of tby going security (along with John Stonebreak"-'
er) for DaviftR. Porter, in the year 1818. And al-
though hastily givep ".th.e time, I cannot, on -fur.
Bugt 4 oe.Rp'Wanyierror in It -flJt 5eseis
cause- of truth, thti t.sblI
go more fully intio some of the details of the mat-
ter.
On the--day of'August, 1818, John Stone-
*ieo r ad 6 f i4we- into a judgment bond with
SaR Portqr,,-as hi uewaty for the amount of an ox.
section agalbsis hit in the hands of PGwinnthen
Sheriff, to be paid.on the 1st April, 1819,at which
time'the debt, interest and cost, amounted to $1,-
620,00.' A-week or two afterwards, Stonebreaker
came to e and expressed much uneasiness about
the. matter, and said that his friends were fearful
tiat Porter would not be able to raise the money,
and that we wouid be brought into trouble. I told
him ,I had great faith in Porter's integrity, his en-
ergy and untiring industry, and that there was no
danger. 'I could not satisfy him on this score, and
at his request we went to Mr Porter, and Stone.
breaker still repeating his doubts and fears--Mr.
Porter went and got the title papers for two tracts of
Jand in Beaver county, saying that one of the tracks
cortaminig 500 acres, was mortgaged to the Hunt-
ingdft-tak.buthot for near its value-and that
ho expected toliiotrer2WoO -acre tract for as
much as would cover the amount of our liability;
and told us to keep those to make us safe. I told
Stonebreaker toa take them and keep them and
make his mind easy, or that I cared nothing about
them. I believe Mr Porter also deposited an or-
der or. assignment of an execution, in the hands of
'the Shleriff of Indiana county, for something over
$100. -dtt another small claim on some one else,
whiph I cannot recoltiect,telling us at the same time
there w,as but-little htope of getting any thing out
of them. In. November following, Mr Porter, at
our request, went to Beaver county and informed
aus that he had sold the 200 acre tract to Jas Kiddo
and Alexander Russell, for $2,000; first payment of
1rl,000 to bemade on the 1st April, 18 .9, and the
residue in three equal payments, to be made in
April, 1820-21 and 1823,.all without interest; and
brought thereceipt of James Allison,Esq. Attor ney
at Law, of Beaver, for the three first mentioned
bonds, left with himu.y Mr Porter for collection.
On the 9th of Jandary, 1819, we all met at Mr
Porter's ofice, in presence of Samuel W" Caldwell
and George Davis, Esq and an assignment was
made on the receipt of Mr Allison for the three first
bondf-T-h"-ealeulation was made by Geo Davis
-and finding thea sbn.j.. .JurvtX1-oto I eilr cas
value, and deducting Attorney's fees for collection
would fall short of the :amount we were liable for,
Stonebreaker seemed unwilling to go away without
means were provided for that deficiency; and also
for the expenses of going to Beaver for the money,
and asked Mr Porter for the bond which became
due in 1823. To this Mr Porter seemed unwilling
and endeavored to assure Stonebreaker,that he would
make up the deficiency in some way or other; and
said that he wanted' this last bond to go to George
Davis for money he had borrowed-I think he said
borrowed to-pay John Emigh. Stonebre aker still
appearing disatisfied, Mr Porter threw down the
bond, saying, "there let Stonebreaker and Owens
be first paid, and Davis you must wait I will raise
the money for ybu some day or other." When the
assignment was about-being made on the bond, I
observed,that as I was about to leave the neighbor-
hood in the spring, the assignment had better, be
made to Stonebreaker alone, and that he and Davis
being there together, the balance could be by him
assigned to Davis; ltwas accordingly assigned to
Stoiebteaketr-after which being done, the whole
of the other securities previously left with Stone.
breaker, were returned to Mr Porter. And here
lies one of the great mistakes in the old man's affi-
davit-they were left with him until the 6th day
of January,-1819, and were on that day given up
again to Mr Porter, and not after his failure.
On the 15th- August, 1820, 1 called on Mr Por-
ter, then managing'at Sligo Forges, for R T Stew-
art, and representing to him the urgency f irly
situation, he advanced-to me $00Q on the said last
.hwed, he agreing to wait. for it till it could he col-
heeted out of the bond. I know that in May, 1821,
he lteaned to Georg -.Davis $100, -to be re-paid
when it could be raised out of said last bond. And
although old John Stotiebreaker swears that he neo-
ver received a cent on this last bond; yet he is not
only charged in a statement rendered by Mr Alli-
son, with the Sum of *1. r,^3 paid to him on that
bond-hut I he qgehn Stonpbrnaeer's receipt for
-ft." -
Jn the spring of 1825, Stonebreaker went to the
west to see his friends. -I think he said a brother.
He said he would go by Beaver, and bring in the
balance of the money, and that we would then set-
tle and see -Iew the matter stood between us.-
Wheg he returned, however, he. waved the matter
and declined giving me any account of-what he got,
end has never to this day told me. He has receiv-
-ed conrsideaty mere than his share of the money-
aund having trtnsferrmd his property to his brother-
in-law, Archibald-Hutchinson, most clearly and un-
questionably to defraud me and the rest of his ore-
--ditora. I have never thought it worth while te 1rnn
suit asauast hij4. .
- 'At' o thlttleenent .fyouhgJohn' H. Strpebrea-
ker, iti ma palpable absurdity off the face of it,-
There never was a division of the bonds between
-la father and.me. He never saw the bonds, un-
less he wentt. to- Beaver to see them, for I never


speak of David R Porter ana his mi4W es in the
4rea iminei| pruf always wo,
him4h s ay h lg ..Wl ns ir: Port; e ton eih' .
ty, ard Best marine ie
charg4etuae .debts and paid off hisl Jormer'creAtora,
and t !4ui thought 4Uempts had been made to
wronj'him. ince 'Mr Porter's-nomination for
Governor, we have ntfheard him stpeak on the sub-
ject.
Old Mr Stonebeyker is becoming somewhat
feeble.aud we have read with much astonishment
his asilamij,ond as well from various circumstances
as from' hil repeated declarations with regard to the
honesty of D. R. Porter heretofore, we certainly
think that he never could have made such an affi-
davit iwfthout'the exercise of undue influence.- -His
son Johnr pretends in his affidavit to detail matters
which, by his own statement,aei said to have ta-
ken place when he must have been quite a small
boy.
The affidavits of. old Mr Stonebreaker and his
son John, can only excite uur pity; we are sorry to
see menf who are our neighbors, as we firmly be-
lieve, lend themselves as instruments for the pur-
poses for which these affidavits, were procured.
Their affidavits, by whoever procured, are not con-
sidered entitled to credit, and certainly cannot be
believed by any who have any knowledge of the
circumstances, and are certainly inconsistent with
their often repeated declarations. Injustice to the
cause of truth we are constrained to state ,ourt firm
belief that the matter stated in those affidavits are
very generally considered as having been manufac-
tured since the appointment of John H. Stone-
breaker as a boss ( n the canal.
S" MARTIN GATES,
RICHARD JONES.
Franklin Township, Aug. 24, 1838.
I had a conversation with John Stonebreaker; at
his own shop either about the time of the Novem-
ber court, 1837, or about the time of the April
court, 1838, in which he stated that he thought the
McMurtries were attempting to wrong Mr Porter.
He spoke of having been subpoenaed as a witness
or being a witness, and said that from what he
knew of the transactions his testimony would have
to be against McMurtrie. He then also stated that
Mr Porter wa.s as fine a man as ever was on Spruce
Creek.. I have frequently heard John Stonebreaker
speak of David R Porter and always heard him
speak-in the highest terms of Mr Porter,until since
the late break on the canal west of Huntingdon. I
heard him speak of his having gone security for Mr
Porter. He lately said that the bonds he had re-
ceived or the proceeds of the sale of the western
land, were not quite sufficient to pay him; that
there was a balance coming to him for some ex-
penses incurred in travelling or about the.collection
of the money, but that he had .full ,,, in
M rtA fi..-omsty, thati-he would pay him, but
that he had not called on him.
I never heard Mr Stonebreaker question Mr Por-
ter's honest utintil since the appointment of his son
John as a boss on the canal; but always before heard
him speak in very high terms of Mr Porter and of
his uprightness of character.
I have seen the- affidavits of John Stonebreaker
and his son John H. I firmly believe that every
disinterested man in the neighborhood looks upon
them with pity, as they are not considered entitled
to.arny weight.
I heard John Stonebreaker say, not more than
three weeks since, that his son John H. was about
30 years of age. He then said in the course of the
same conversation, that he was perhaps something
more, that he did not rightly know.
DANIEL HEWIT.
Franklin Township, Aug. 24, 1838. -

A Federal Wind-fall.-The federal papers the
other day were making a great parade of the let-
Ster of the post master in Saratoga county, named
"Amos Hunt, Esq." who renounces his confidence
in the present administration. We are informed
who this Mr Hunt is by a correspondent of the
Albany Argus, who writes from West Day, the
town where the post master resides:
"Will you informithe editor of the EveningJour-
nail, that 4Amos Hunt, Esq. post master at West
Day, Saratoga county, New York,' was yesterday
fined by the Saratoga General Sessions, 25 dollars
,or misdemeanor;, aud that the grand jury this
morning found two bills against the same worthy,
for violations of the excise law and keeping a gem-
bling house. Perhaps the editor of the Evening
Journal will announce the even t with the same
flourish that he made when Amos gave in his ad.
hesiun to," deral whiggery.
.S'aratoga county, Aug. 3l."
The Pottsville Miner's Journal of Saturday has
the following as to the navigation between that
place and this city:
The low water in the Schuylkill Canal has put
'a stop to'all further shipments of Coal from this
region until we have a fall of rain sufficient to ren-
der the canal navigable. The loaded boats are-all
aground at various points along the line' between
this place and Reading. Great exertions are mak-
ing by the officers of the company to dislodge the
boats, but so Tar their erertion.s have failed. This
is the first season the navigation of the egn a has
bqen. seriously obstructed b' law water since its
coinplnt im, -

iorribkl Death.-We learn that an interesting
little boy named Ebenezer M Swain,., aged 6
- years, living in North Front street, in, Kensing-
ton, died on Sunday morning,-'in distressing con-
vulsions; occasioned by that most horrible disease


.9


Ff the TaUahaWe Fjwidian, Aug. 25. 5 .._ ..- -
Moaz MuRnsna.-On SuIday evening last, an .ARK RIE,
Jiack was made by .a nhlfIf ie'familt-O M4, -jA)n h 7th, JTit tcJv Alderman Hay, Mr. JoMIXt
'fWker,residing ia Msd&in ddo .j,near the Owcillng;#lI_ Li, tO,.' W M-RRGARET L.oua, both fi thi
about 15 miles east of Monftcelo'. The fmnify were ,oaty. ,
at supper at the time. Mp Baker was killed by the -Ati Bell HilLon the 3d inst. bKy the R A -. Rt
i '. .. .. "- if 1, ..... .-Nauig ht ,Mr.JoawSjCRAaNMzE.ofPhiladelphia" ,we Mi
,rst rifle discharge&- Mr laier at the ttme0caught s Mr. J ECh-Ron-,,,I Md.
ip his two grand cflrenyone uider each ari,and -n Thr daM ev1rW ing, of Es ton t, at H, Mart
'n Thursdaj'~eening, 65th instant, at Heartviiye
endeavored to make his escape, but was shot in Bucks county, Pa. by the Rev. Mr. Uelvillf, W. w f.
the yard, and one of the children killed by the same MANN, M. D., to CATHARiNx R., daughter oi Daarl!
ball passing through both-the other ch ild was found Steinmmetz, formerly of Philadelphia.
the next morning asleep, between the dead bodies- ,i," t,!+
of father and sister, by a party from Monticello. A DIED
young lady, daughter of Mr. B., was wounded, but r e
made her escape to a fort about a mile diAinit. A At his residence,S. W. cornerof Race and th tsat
on Sunday evening last, HicNRY _MvyRg, in w*
,youngman Was alao wounded. The house was year.ofhis ago, lngand reject bly kown WM.We
plundered and burnt. the oldest innkeepers i ih*i ciyof Phltw -
Er nMonda morning the troops, Uder. His friends and acquaintances, ad hpoe of tM fa-
E wrar on avoneay morn ig the roopaUner mily,are particularly.invite to attend the ineu,OA
jor Taylor, were in active pursuit after the Indians, Thursday morning, at 10 o'clock.
supposed to number 40 or 50. Capt. Rowles" corn- TIre members ofthe--respee4ltiv-4a ntiaNt
pany proceeded to the Econfenee, about 26 miles meet "t his house art r.peetfully-;b .M d eato,
south, to lie in ambush.'hile Capt. Newsom's Corn tend. d h h .. .. o .y --. i .z, x
puny took tho trail near the scene of the murders, ) M. S N, .ged 6t ynst.o
under the expectation of overtaking the enemy. The frieds and relatives ofthe.faiy ari'W t.
Thera is some prospect of success by this arrange- fully invited to attend the funeral, thi s#i#6a e,
meant. at 2 o'clocl, from the residn'e eof Erastur Unu-r.
wood, No. 513 north Front street, without fwlthibh- ,
His Excellency, Governor Call, left this morning etice. "
for Washington. We understand the principal ob- On Sunday morning, Sept. 9th, HANs-s,' ol of
ject of his journey is to attend to important inter- Jonathan Lukens, in the 6,tb'yar ofl Ver ag..,
ests of the territory and its citizens, growing out of The friends of the family are invited to aul'tid
.the Indian. War funeral, from herlate residence. No. 113 8.3W.1l t_,
e Indian ,War, this afternoon, at 3 o'1clock-. -The. funeral to p tIed
General Taylor arrived in this city from Tampa to Monument Cemetery, on Broad street alndTqixr'
lane.
Bay, on Saturday last, to learn, we understand, the n thef .e.o o th inst. AUtft,'i
situation of affairs in this section of the territory. Ons an o d, y,,ouge8t laughs Oqf i ryaM,
.. "munro s and 18 days ys .. ....a-,-1--+- -----
He left on Wednesday last for his head quarters, Carolina Duhring, .
at Tatmpa. In Beardstown, Casm county, Illinoli, o 1th Wt
of August, Miss MASRY VANNzas, .dauatug.h qe-
..Attempt at Poi.r. ing."-The. A lexandria,- tor George and Mrs. Mary V'4 ne-'1torBirk'sef
Attempt a--oso .-- e exanna, L. New Brunswick, NeawJersey,ri the 1-. yu ,of
Gazette of a recent dale has the following: her age.
"A horrible attempt was made to poison the fam- -V" :"i ; .-
ily of Mr Cotton uf this Parish, on the morning of Philadelphia Board "6l.rS%
the 23d inst. 'The white family, consisting of Monthly Cfommf t. .l-&:.
twelve or fourteen persons sat down to breakfast in JOIIN S. RIDDLE. LWMS R. THO
perfect health, and immediately afterwards were M.D. LEWIS: .
seized with violent retching and vomiting-several 'i -e.' B "--., r
of the blacks about the house were afflicted in the At the PttradeIts&g ,Excha, +
same way. The idea of poison at once occurredShp Moongahe, H. Mieken,. ......
and suspicion at once fell upon an old African man, 1 H .iver U
who absconded as soon. ae the effects of his poison Ship Iilah, Hammond, -ewOr-e-,-- -a
dose were perceived. H-e was, however, apprehen- Ship Jane Rfoss, McIntosh, New Orle'WMn'
ded on the 25th inst.,when he made full confession Brig Fame, Scott, Marseilles, attos,
of his hellish crime; and stated that.the poison was New brig Nicholas Biddle,Dolby, Pemrambsewaa
deposited in the coffee and flour which was used Brig Finance, Silliman, Port, anPri ,sM
r .. .. .. ". ,"", + ."Brg Eleanor, Hall, Hv ,
for breakfast. The miserable wretch had attempt- ,3 Arh -a, Wan, H lso,;
ed to cut his throat nef re he wa*-apprehended, but Natchez, Grand Gulf, and Vicsbiirg, (Mis..) &) 6K 9
the knife provyn too dull did not succeed. On ma.- Brig'Treaty Duuitorq, Mobio.e, am
king a confession of his nefarious guilt he was sum. Brig Siqlers, Coverdale, avannab, om
mxarily executed by several of the indignant neigh- Btig J. Ptlme' Marauhman, r-. .?' ,
bors who happened to be present. We arehappy ch Ra-olh, T.I Natcherz and,.ekt q*s a
to add, all the family have recovered the effects of Schr Franklin, String, "
the poison, though some of them suffered severely Scbr Orazabo, Smith. Savanab e
for a time." Schr White Oak. Wells, ., St. Jepbv,. ) en
SchrBrandywine, Oamm, St. Mark4 ili=ooa
Ma,,r. -We have -heard ,t..te. Sehr'Atlantie County, Tilton, L hrlt'eG
The next Mayor. have ard t,stated- 8hr J Bertine, Cavalier. S
that Benjamin W. Richards will be a prominent A ...... tM X"
4--- 'k ,ott1,eers intended to obe a
candidate for the Mayor-of the city, in the event of vprpoot Packets, and other vessWels aave
the success of the Democratic Council Ticket.- above tvi ms. b- left at the Foreign i
Spirit of the Times. ", up stairs, Philadelphia Exchange, W tWia-
the Office below. .. .- .. ;,.


A bay burned to death and a -woman nearly so.
-At the fire in the Bowery on Thursday night, a Port Of PIiIada.--3l. pt. "-T
lad of 14, named Simeon-.-----, was burned to :
death in the flames. ie was an apprentice to .... ARRIVED,.' .
Mr Conklin. He had _escaped once from- the Schr Ootrich, Ellis, 6ty. from Chiadulato, 4ii
building, but returned for hisclothes, and, it was Iat. to "Pa .- ,' .
supposed, until his crisped coe Sehr A-ugusta, DDtmickson, 4 days fraMm tH titP41'Ph
supposed, until his ciped cors was found a- mdza. to Paimer & Hale.
mong the ruins, had made a safe .retreat a se-- Schr Reolution, Keat, 2 days.jaIttee it
cond time; but it appears the return cost him his, mrdze to Jam Hand. '. _,-3-- -
life. Sloop Johnson, Norton, Sda's1Altuxil>l4
At the fire in Pelham street, on Thursday fore- ize to Joe Hand. -*. A l
noon, a woman residing in No. 3, nameA Laban, .. ,. CL1EARE' ...
121 Eleanor', McCall, fHavaria. .KIW4~PL:
was severely burned. It seems that directly afte-the-, Sc.. ro.i 'ieor, Me ,Ha a,.C d'
fire commenced she made her escape from thepre- & ,p o mn..- eoCo.,
mises, forgetting in her haste a pocket book con. MEMORANDA.. ;- ""
taining $250. To recover this she returned, and it Ship Georgian. EIdridge, was towed to by
is supposed from the situation in which she was Hudson, which returned to N Orleans, 31J-t a0t.
discovered, that her clothes caught fire, and that Ship Rto 1y, Rossiter',at- N ork, l'arom
+- .. ./.... ". Canton--let Lintin 14th April....
she was unable to extricate herself. When the fire.- Ship Dorothea,-at Whampoa,101h A-,P b.,et.
men carried the hose up through the house to play Ship ChlandlerjPice, at Lirin, 10th 'Ar;rLftir.
on the flames, they accidentally discovered the we- Barque Mason Barney, Budd, at N Yoqrkf 4A.-
man. she was shockingly burned,and was conveyed sterdam, July 30th, left at New Dieppe,'ehp 6-e.
tu hospital-.. Sun. mona, for Philad. next day. At Amaterdeq, sehr Pa-
triot, Webber, for Philad. in 10 days. "".
.. .. Brig Woodstock, and eohr MeClCud,,saile Kftl-
Mr Corn is erecting a Theatre at Houston,Texas tou 20 days sinee1 for Philad. ...
and, it is said,contemplates building one at Galves- Brig Langdon Cheves, lamrria, lec i .h-
ton also. tou, 4th inst. -. .
We find the following in the Houston Telegraph Brig Ri.hmond,' Sturdevant; achrs NHe,.Bax r, aod
of the 28th ult .Convoy, Eldridge, heriee at "ostob O Toan-
Of the ,2th Ult: Brig Virginiaing-wav up a:oblW,
"Mr Barkerone.ofthe theatrical company engag. freight or charter.upat
ed by Mr Co'ri, committed suicide in this city, on Brik Pilgrim, Vade, sailed furna Provideseba hi-
the evening of Tuesday last. He died from the ef- day, for Philad: -"
fects of laudanum, of which he drank nearly a gill Brigs Wab.dCard; Ella, Matthews; Meb ,rOaW iE
in presence of his wife,saying at the time to her, "I unbuus Unum, BillingsWallace,C abrfeli__l.
drink this to thee !V) Immediately afterwards he laid anoSton, Shtockbridgt and Mary Jena, WatfBmoso a
s 6 ... .....ank Salton, Short. fiom-Wilmingtom, at' 6A6V U la8-
down and fell into a lethargic sleep. After an hour rurday .
Shad elapsed, Mrs Barker became alarmed at his ap- Brigs Granite, Fisher, and Sallua,Matthei', c d.
Spearanceand sent for a physician,but the poison had at Boston on Saturday,lor Philad. "
done its work, every effort was made to resuscitate Brig Npoicon, Cslifhence at 8s Joh6 'oft
him, but a vain. ijt. ..' .
hm tSchre Emperor, and Olynthushence at Taite
inst. .nt
There is one trait of character in our American .Schr J Brick, Reeves, hence at New HaViWilh
boys, which I think deserves to be checked; and inat. -.
that is the incessant war that they carry on .against Schr Fountai",.Norwood, hence at Gleuete0, d:
familiar birds and the lesser quadrupeds. Asson Schr Pilgrim, sailed Pi r i evidencee, 't ,
as. aboy- can hurlta stonehe becomes a Nimrod,and Phild. -
Sgoes forth 'as a mighty hunter against the blue Sohr H Westcott, Blew, hence ft Natshes, w.
birds, the cat birds, swallows and robbims that ven- spoken lst inst. Jat32S 2, long 73 40'I .h Ne
ture into our gardens, orchards and field#. Not even Schr ProtectionWasteott, hence at PremdmTo*,Gt
the little wren, that comes with his fair offer of a nst. hnea .. *
dozen beautiful songs a day for the rent tof some Scbhr Ajaxrt, loaded 'at'h cone at Bhoten n a ..-
nook or cranny about the abuse is safe from the at ^ ',clk on Fridiy,;
whizzing missile. Not even the little sparrow, that Sehr Columbia, Stott, at Sasanash,' 4* k6A, W
wotUld build beneath the window,, is tolerated, Not Charleston. *, 7 -: r
Seven the little ground squirrel, that enlivens the .s fr Arazabo, Pieron, wetto ea aM7 ,
woods, is permitted to eat his nut in safety. And 4th nit. for Baltimore. a "a--
'L + a hr Valiarnt.Cradle,hsnce at Wa. .~st
when the boy becomes a youth, the -ameexterini- t
nating.war is arried on, though with a different Schr Cl6id' y Mary, R 6ubs, he;V 11 -
w ,pon. With the fowling-piece in-hisi'hfnd, .he Ion. NC. 31lat tult.
roams the orchard and the fleld,'aslaughtering,with. 1 I 1 II.i
out discrimination, jays, wood-peckers, aparrows, DEMOCRATIC MEETJINO.' "
blackbirds, bob-owiinks, and the rest of the feathered A meeting of the deinooratic citizens : ji'
family.-Fireside Education. and South Penn township, will. be "el 0 aft.i
Lamb Tavern, on Thursday eveniu-, l d i*f
SALES OF STOCKS. September, at T7 1'clock,for the puipo. ofd iloi.
September 10. nailing one person foriAsseasor for said Wi i
R1EPOTED T3Y THE T OAIDAa OD1PnoKERS. also at the-sami time to- nominate one IfapflUf
North Penn tovqeship, to be electqd I
$100 Draft on N York look 100 ,"4 'P t i e
$1000 State iv.es, 1840 93Y 10 ton's election, to serve as Inspeeteo f t h. next
1000 do -1853 IO4 general election. (Signed,.) .
6 shs Commercial Bk 64 0W i A Rufner .- John GaR ,. ,,',,...
61 do Cocmanmer'c 5Bk 3 Daniel Bender, Samuet Lutz -. *' -
-1 do do Mechanic' "John Bender, PXi0pHet'" :
-18do do '
50 do Shuylkil -k Jess50 4e Wiast : Abraham li "': r
100do -VicksbturgBAk opening, 83 100 Je 1 H ,,Smith Jacob C Pe"i .. :.:
50 do do '20 dab Ea 8i3 Davd Bey r William C e ,
1I0 do do 10th Oct 83 E6Tt1ysoa W mu;i:e .
S0 do do 3udabao 83 Jacob Miller (Eeher *
50 do Grn d Glf ( _O" Andrew Miller W Rilelner.
S -- T 'The CmrnmiUee of one Dleg'le "er tip=
SALES AT NEWYORK-Sept. 8 .. WaP4,fur the purpRose of eleci ng a qo wL
ISUhs-US Bk ... Ticket, will meet at A himsof19aan's,C' tat"Wi .
1765 do Dl& ds C "i -^ 1_i on Wednesdoy evening. 124h in't at 7o' -
175o De le & HUdson Canal 79" .79* following perons compose the %SV=
130 do Ohio Life and Trust 108 Mr. Blumner, --I.-
76 do Kentucky Bk -931 A. Anderson,- W..' TT- i h
38 da Boston & Providenoe R R 105',105 J. S. Snyder, R.P. ,,i :.
-5 do UticaRR j-:: '19 H. M. Phillips, Wm .i' ,.;0
+ '- ........W BIAe bttraJ. $J.. jl ~ :
255 do Patterson Rail Road- 731 72j .. Blacbw Cs--.,
... .. .. ~A. n-olaharn, -.u moy t
350 do Harlnp -Rail ROad 73 73, A Waltes, '-- r *. iV,
S192 do'MohAwk Rail'Road 74k-. 741 N. Jackson.'- -
112 do NJ R R&T Co I 104 10 A "."1'l-p .'1
100 do Stonington Rail ROad 63j 63-- -A meeting of the Comnunttee of CamId-.
,* *-* ... a knese for the City, will take Rice t i-/ jam oze/,
W Chebnnt-eifet, on Thursday eveMin
l ALA TII. O It'IC _, o'clocl P. M. J.W. Ashmead'-n '
:,. Septrember 8, 1838. J. D). Miles.
I" +E+ 5', ,.g
._ IT MENts r The demodi .c cri m 0d i. Townslup of
In the City ef FAladethia, outturk,, J treA-' 'MnSamenairae requested o semMba..iaa -MSothB$
- ern .Lib, 'ie,, Mgyaanteivsif, Penn Ta'wmshfp., m sisoTies' Hall, on W.-ednday. the BTIt _st.1 7j.
ud Kensington. -, 'o'clock, P. M.. to -tak e measmuA prep
, .-+ : .. .. ensuing eleetioti.- .. -.a ,s i
From the lat to the 8th September., +- :, i.. b ..^,mii I... ,fMtup
!^ I ws ^ ill metal a'S.ah*n Td'~ifldt V IfKH


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,Ai~i M ES H L IbNE.i. : THIS AV(N1NVG, M 18 n HB Auitoar appointed by thiOaortito1p. *' ,PA Affl C
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iaie, arising fjoi thwe.t by the`heriff a-,; /**_. afxe M iav teti of A ep. us M* H'
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. Bil. a boye. Fo_ freight n ppY la -e neMarg ,rez Overreacbi. M- is hed th reet, i. he cityof Phildelhiua,,wfa'oan ,ng, at 7 o'clock, p vng ui Ba"i ore-a_ et. da..- -EL ANT 'C'A1 aT- ,tTRNI' Liwfl. L ^ w
S-i ve sconc ludewi -rh e af 1. in-t orbadth on amidJCedar t"l 7 nr, d siway. ieopecng wt the Bay br .. .--temouia -. .- .-.. MW l .'pi L .t1- ,sue1
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Aptrryt whaves Jabr-,-l3,-rnedard-opee oJ F, ,anei-e .~*)Vl6 & s.sw.eL c M ,,.,
.:: ento es. Fr I' ighOld P.rics, E oENING0 censPit, 25 ce3ts. =' Gatcfhiael p inae;sujc, neetal helesn fnt or brtheay Albgggathon r -Vr PFruichwn pIae e a um w~siprm wilj n" ..,I g,* ,-"l : H ',

ANtD D.ARE G O .- '-ePorterVeor lunt u Mrr.Hiee.dT. a 'oesa erteand eelotabove dearibed t No h oaao Md uatc .- ,, da 3y50 t ,t .. Ahs 7SS M lat*.
Jose MrBurton er. st






-,ret andetvau b ea ofE r RAiv. AR,- _. O S w ldb there't eths lsagtli e o rt et ftthede dt .. n byrundn tn s thi faeth e.o a ASW10100011oma
now oft a r & by,the me* ..K ,o .,, O vlof a




{Ing I .- -'e oi Gz--A DrOOT Hwllbappear soatend ot n hereinaf5 ter describedand .-u tthf tYohkt- a n w Gt hui L e tofi t ....
[ors, Wn.o-, loa .ding an cntaow la ing ue a taneg -?al o phkac lioi, ....Mr P_ eir.ibi -' wii> leavhee Arohl.-







(i.,,jii ....j ,.,i:..... ,W ,lhe aiz syvas Ie that celebrated An-r e~t. -3- A" tha eti ofr "ueBoybc ... ... ,,-.. .1^ I [ ie wharf1 iS for ^^ (Purtnnton hfl.,-. ~ .Og H0L FU T R.f .. the daM N, arriae, m. T -
-*^ft .fi .*-V ,.' 1*' ...... .. i^ ,F- tcuasee to L .lso e .. ,um ues aagO eoeet andar l, to ~< f gound^ ,^,,, l- U JMrlaf ^ May, leaiind = ea. I mn rfi a-y WX T!^TJm J- J.. "--- :" *'. i i' alo8S r iff....W ^^"-
ea r Bed do ord, wll Iaf eEw.dAy. tr of.. t he, nDtaahahi"ridfC 'edar'street at the diet westng aA 'eAennAng
map~Jt^ lehrr therT ~ goodsm al brongsid n~ atpe~newl aepae --wr ri h etsd fTefhsr, Inr/C< the ChesnA stree wharf; of32, lebsardrfrofthewevr ooai eoymd ,ih ?ab 1M. *H6I8T GL8S




..gfah out hor e Fat, e t, E V'NIN EP I p18,ci ty T ftbteedelphia, containing. ..r f- yuy. er the .f .rJ On W.n."_'ut'




f ~ f^ X^ ^ .t ^ ~ on p hr.0..-. .u. ren ^....- .... .. .At 11 f eo'.etaze:dm ofI C P I^o..tu^,ta l,.o: eta .nzSc ..I .m tet lt"|ll'), lZ,
,, .JAMES.Nn-_, When ..h be lowtra Hf.. ere Tre aged f the- rsedf r o r Froen ite street 16el lt T wl tft nae eahg he- .- p s ter, d e9 da, ,a eI.' w ,,,," ,- -- to *'--
S68soutkheorves.. Co Of tlCWALNUeTing r S -grantd aud,-icnorthward tF o i thec c hliM- .M~too nr and gAU F.asilIlpsyps iaMBp- T
58 ouhWhTO o~mhn rec lope
~be E L jwe~~ed t ba~mat te loest a n satuaf-piast --M ieering t 8peil. w n o, i.crthabyn red oevable erluetehage f a- o Batb 08A~.YVt~Wv w








-.Potte, _. A.rAND e-ARI.. ENasOf.r Eans; southward by 2 sad Cedar street, eastar by do idGifth. ,, --. wandise eit, otaoftbmwW l ] l ,,




i< o _fpa ,~timo agler ,h, go., pe r M m He'dT -e P a' th e lescu a a ot above decrbed -as No. 1ad -- J--q do M Aa a n 31 6t0,r-I-dat, I he l ?, ian t Ifnd giudgks nf. ..,E* .-S L W U-
..fib L x. -n Ey wAeINar by theIr ae an 4lt tberd a f j, .d .., .i.....".....N .R :1 -h e"w o ." Bf M IA'i I' 'W -I









'... .. v.^., ..,.. .., .. .- .' .... .AS--. 6 -.. sparr~ rimie.1.;^ree wmlr every^ ^ : nouI-, o~ ]a d>irnRae1 '. .,, ..,u-- zrs!s._
-AC1Z .. i ngULF~ke, AND .fe whic, the ra...o ... .lede of th3, sotg-jhet r eran e de paIses Ehichrsimo Tr ip~ at -Ue ekan kvry. Warer Roms N. L I uthk~n e.ry,..a: cg !-DrnetotI m z ~~t
a ... -"~K RW G -" B, '. t H IS k .xh ibi ion ~ n o zt ylr e rarl en h" v of 2-dollars t oa 13 the -I" 'ry a crdi of... fou mots on purcbe e ". ... .. .' """- r
-- VNG Fr LMat RNH, DAARUNDOMN- D-1 -















z,, .,i n ,,,epie..ne. t Guare. d the OnAr Ghe. ahn M..- e rt,. ..e.... ,hen .Ms.. b fftrh Evans, his-ht eirs a en u. y .,torhnfoA (exet anundOa ssgn-ate 1Ole -Fa re Ssu 00. .I t,,,,itza ,, ,eing ..-. a,, -o, po. iy greens' t sit-i Yale d as t hd-iri
.d:lt'] bohlsAt'litewef r ai& theot'dtb's -n "! r.ttg~ me meerte~r[-. / e ssuan e ant coneremetad to J ohnGthr fee srub- ma4ift wnk maeJufio [rimils' hvcm V'i- ....... '"."f ngata--- ; bored iu lb.
a. .d ardao 2.-Al thatc. c -ertain there e s t .tory bric. arUeu o I e t d r e at s.i .
KjEoa misflenowheblotainag a I "t Co, an f em A Nihed o am d stet. fer o t e westward fro thewesfteh --Ae t Nl i hre. o the1to2 a c" dofilaiad,..tnare.l. ato .lla>r IJ TWaln A-oNs8
R. F)o.tfwiyal salot as abovofegrunapeitoateon Wedqui"Wiwii ak* *










.aw k -s treet, a fro th ul ..zoene o fh ^ respB rt* ly `fir i. T el ,t of th it y t- fpbiaotaihie- .ntain- er Aswi ah rtion gA-Laoli t 11 o'c-ak .n .t... a
ear".IIsf.. .. h wid -l r t nat Hrohafde a riraniedt st r e-areh in o the g as n i ront on breeadth eosad e e e et o eent o itab a h ay, do avn Au4 R u, wr, Iaeu e- -a oT 1fereAt size r -" --. "1 o
andbdl lain i-* ~9. ont-a conutin boa9. TwortWeeks ondy h elbae PBop r ar i Spner. ctacle fee moeneor ls zd extndn I ent o ^P mel andM" carig Thaftetay onn.latd 6Klok #ako Alwlgandcoui^ f alesh ilveted .*o fn-Miet n towoa unI ,u tQ ^
"2 q-.,- will e iarriwe d ay -MW .B Mk low' otthi-e- o ofa -w---- t -- uM.wr td h r h ourehen- 1et nfm o ns othe hole lot -his wi ,b ed-n the ter- t'e.,i, ra d1, e a ttw.. dek, Win, .0-















rl~or t.- y ea-ftA Shad o m e 6CBrn da arnget d f and tyfi helote,,o auptndn '6t in anyt moeo.s an d .rt.-tof^^om nD~AV sto,.. .tupw. -, .. ,: ,-. *. [..-.'I p deetr" ] 'O e, [ co*itl]- -q ....*
u. DvAVI DSO aae 16ds .. w' Lodo cessising fcuh Ica.feso





"a ft y -.hir beakendlaa pfoelno e- C teagd frgratom t oeewo b g fde ,ofT feetidepth. touee t or th y !e -, eA-y w1N i ,Ai.. a w o Und .-Jo --te ._.ii







., v s-. i B wharves. sylvan by thaIelebra.t.dec, ..... .. .A .ti ... .. e ieeg th e. same p remiseshi rath aane by-stfe et pweharyour Brlint ,o t a OsEtore, 7-RNlTUR. ,, Tve Glas' -wi -he-esuaepd--dbr.
ith e A wA_.infl lsiEPeiat e1hbitio n rhtw teo bil. of .e n day.- Gide tur de an, ar 1r eted and ,13 adw rtl a O e ,





n th iy.l.wi ey ..p.'st"a 'e n i ew p Thie iegresetaio bg t ab .t e .Qiipa.cry ,. vy to John .Gakthe ol n 0 bjectctohrinredeeb- ( 'Sin a f o* w ild Fot-y. .etor, wo the tci o_ store.,*. .'oflad't'ze1if
j~ki pqtlyw Jenor oa e Wrhen pp f wllh e sof'rcldeooc-re B roen-T r a ge cfho n tas m ane'otai r he oar trif tieth eaeBrisoa56'ndl, and tot-M Wilb soAI GeN Ahe'q aet tl. : .






A"twh~e bw ges- iB-Ar ifon plice oAanserh a Agenri ng larfbtot- evand hrsfand -i hn s.s n oare either a y in and ees .Wr "j r. "cng higo a d o""l
.JA AW HAND, h ., ..oP'ywitethrsuih. and thesesor hie e of a. Thet r -r nof e tw e t d in th e t side ofud 8- th I t .. i '' i e ok -



ii e e.is l ,_ c, e ae ~ds- appopiatud .. -. uat e w lo ttn thsofc,. or Dockt --,. aug 210--11f -. "S A ...... wsteeds; .T featherbeds arr M ^K R bu ..reaus;lod. gi an


eh e o ero to e ... ..ea i piece ef"grot or- "d"s'"ret"uar ...
lw.ihe ',N .s.h vv .*o fJ an he ere e and e iw ,on s he et tday ,e Ittdet 9 he of AIba e b F RE E d iig- b. d.reakastand gt hrend or-.d stair ad ttaot. babDd2ny d ng and there'tabe V
^B ~ S 4*Hjot AD-TEwt^A~on~r
AJ^^ ^ f ff 6p t'' he. a v.Terron' el ttiie nd-fetwswrdfo tets sd f wlt wheo 'h tptCsd. saRpcars 'eatitehpvsSi; real~g life toOP 21bt Cedr^t5O~ O^^.houwrn~~o1?AuaatfL.e^o^~ SS'AIt I
-ea d --'"--o f
r- ^ co, ey uill W iriut n. d -p ai n ding, p0t repaa d fn l the readth John athe-sa id Cedar ftree; 15 fubet, anto -- th e a n- 11ifypuwouldbetmh gpo atB lo ckof-tet Also, seine good jot hnneOaft er t. sathlebo fumn w inu QaItioof QasyFa to
be P e is wicis or f e qiuoe ins suPrnceior M eBass,- in lent h nor thard 0- M d Eveapet, andT Best Ha in Che t city, mohderf qantity W AINGTOb N a eAlUC ON, 8 B whaCedar -sold d0
hades oBtird laVMrr e and tit^ e diaguly l -diin g 1- pand dletla e e dere orsrr 0. onaa-a -N o. de b tr Consis andt a









WeI per" r ayb seaa il. 'e'm gJose, the- hol ] l ot beII pg iutu, ,ept, .-, -- -- '--Age t. .-- -. -- j --, 'rp R--~8 "'-. London 9P, ticulra n






r. LIa ,d0v i WI I I I I I H I I I i rt ...
I9ATC-1 --teetno, rth y qttat r attenthedoiug latt he. N o f 35 rocknetxt aug 4..-dtf N. DA.n*d0 -. -- tare COa e OAD; MAslE grocer's coo









.-- ..... waeidthirstt tat-aurae dtreiacy gua iE ng fA ,nirgo i d -t'emasup er an0dlot at b eel a ci e as" EW AN fN .leAlB Ae va f Fasio- Wh e g al ndo2I 0l an mreitn desks. ; z- t rw e. anu
c$~ -' -R ... .--& I ". MM'. w sY"hd ih aAeT hi TanE withNaC ir L-"- CH-SN T S2 -~~g wit -n ': -p~ :-" "lJ w-- h th .- i _, I -" Ctb H gend.iI IpSatk fwad At~ ua.tio- n ree t tMIQ N SEC~res T iteAnR0.L and~l r.ca s, f~on '.. .
,,.....gea roe.. bee" the sttai me -nrltae hae s oanoar e isans whpicbo th -d o i C a 'c i r.. .oarid"foe..vtry ,s, a.e
i rr3dand tonu t N11TO*ib on- ofer f > Gfu Eva ns, yiredop etir cla or be p f 216 M u t Street wharf evert A7at J a d danl per anci j i a 'a


















^ N,... wclMA I. LOUD, dle T 6^ aboutdhis 1oinsand hnudidr et lo1m3s ., ,A -, noonvAT .x tt Suanda asl t p olo.. Fqa 4...0. -.te1 MA .. -_ TheLuEe wilIeBop-n early on
rTse m.padt ove byl t e, hPltIo re a biov ar adeUeA celeraaneatstd, hf-the --,e a bag Rrib f rrm C AR-L S "I ,. b, pa.e.. ed Ona.o a .d- a, p
srphtn op ha thTDu e a nt, ent of trillngce ne ao.-: th t crc.s-iny the te t estorybi c d T o
tjN>[S*H .pIfor nh rxee asm Pli hm ap t he-ap oemity of Lord Byrohn, -aa Lawb who as massge for Citenem p e nt0, a f oreqired. eofgroud, u t na n a e FrTdtt, anysRh. b iep* we -e l l sell ada
*IMIINiC hor, tel Na n e d l fro But -er' s ,. pe ac way. pflea*S cash- py TH hismU 8tZlV sale.
n, e^ dg hen ni on the, north' s" e ft' Cearstreotatthedii... ; 8-iidX..' L at 8 O cAgnlt fd t dp" a








ark en stanttloee r sg eane a nd Arto 8 or's od ,aTn6d.fLr-sdo o"Oa"in Test t lnc of,2est westward front the west s0e of '10" nrtygof andrs er ue ,. ,
S w- p f 2 t. e h fat. .TO TIerP.t tA he. 10 a g t, y ... .... ..... .. .........T TT streete, y tIthe c H OtEl f ild 75tt o ntain- Ce aOtyy..---to hefa ot Iion Cut
of..J.a netto.pa'moncb tudats te .r y of t tnH e t hepr terrthe D a sa e, ad theickr in roton stirdCeet con.aietH ar Akel so.0 ofg, wCter s, Sr a 'cret, ,lyoten ..
-a at stoeet e nd tree o inth o econd h e aestr ee tFwRo in ac-AWFAI biola d. o Oe Molo as s itgs s a euty -n oI~
-1.-Ih~sr Boy p-lqe ur ter L- thag'mt oio he. aslm" artrangem t~at-enrfh h os eigi ~ti rts it o tokrwede o lad rkmne& i tecwpt nrmnd, utmg 'laemd.ar fc -t o 19f tai-tii m fhh











-1- 1l a rs fa g eto o n t 0T o 3' dt,--r a ...d nTie ty o-celebrae d at o .er iover, l- -feetind ...."r .... ...extend gtg Irveetore or d lesh, and le o cad Tane, 8 o wo pa
J~j-v~s i l ecriedaat"l ~ ago upofw'gtegraetrkp ortepnclo thewhrd-fauot 9eet n depth;b'oelsitewo ledddlo~th ,Ty is-wil f todyQe e W for.yo waanomllworethi s i, 76 b'oesu* 0gasijuu A DT E tr1A4ans



























:AiaIOn i i of s o em h as -Ap arer, kTpole ge uie- a, who appe-a-- b. a.v given- rea ,ife'to the C arerstreet, wurast my ey wrin ot e a nd. Refl-4/-e thenou tir d Ofo heo~i r bnuy aUal... of F. l -i .ch e 'rs at redu ed .. i. --tj -App aistem bednt ,oan Re. or ,ea r
.bew.. a t aen o af Cleothis r line. a en a a l i o beasweie ma d o e.ew. .-,d n iehr
gt ra f w ave cI c eto r o the poet. Ct is alwed to be a d- b bthn8 feet ies Alley, with Mer.San oan; thbe Idu w ao T rnheoMrw m M 8 sup eiro baptmet oy Bage !" If` a a
-o t1emuho th rpe- 29 -S.kd Cedaristrethe astairdyte tpr e wus a wihGriffith aeni eatmajce of al- t rha o urbieftfth iaEaqi, t- UMs.Ut SA
'ff7 of JACB i-r A MI -n Tp GIRC-A DopSuIAtn by Russel Smtghl i mEvsans, andentot reirdaterdescaribed s- N on .,- FL thennew steamboat1th*ins., m5t No 2j1 Wa0,
wBx l. laephaPotOfiewic sof reqPetioca rrdelp iaW th bigshiap"-n-Pentnfacran~ay etcag f104i isCepsai eiRti h iy aaod o W SIN T N A CINSI. ~











.%w i :,i h. r kA sot aBeinr st samte. ,. t urkisy f r o h e hsa a beutfu cirne reb y prope r a intres e i th e ai fn4CWilH. carterI ,-. ,.,- -tW il. a a... S u ......... .. o
ia~us e la e sly cladia, teital'hlttce -letrterd ht ewltatedathsQe N.35Dc hut d tety6h oseblw hant fk!9tgt a okms-nz e
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t _lus uprorattl, r esetf~ wThe epeem iavntaopwe in th e sevenih q*- ang ieyM dto on arwisujc t a-ertainredli. u 'ni at Brro m qwn .... s Fe --,.. Pot -nate wil P, U A .-O -tIe, i t. ... .._ i. enpaen_











l [tft! th t,d d exam h the l f rm $up 10 dtt Fr -firdad eai reo *sragd" blw ,o th-est-o ?id e 1s dy f u ... C P4- A~- r ON'"-es aide.- zO CA oI e' MA ER8 o-n alC ullr* watches k W lah m and oter
.,( z"h. 1. d i -- -f Hou o fL hb&to ftoeia in te e i- ub e. s a 4 o..loeb A P"HN'o i i gv lier cf th" .4 .., dIngD a o rtal '
e-yealy rrtetitoi a t-ebal'iatheseWspeculaltiesonda-feeral












p ,, ~ ~. po: .the-a bF e n rb ont f tA I toe a in g M a i d !06 tnu ight9 E all..irlA tw o s toorassig ns.y FrHieith-eiHr e we45 1r*--0- a -i. .. '. a -O v elr gs .a u
jN, .- so, a generate assortmentaoyerym y be hor ailhri fomte-sea dstw eaaofr jureb which tn Anl ace the cai mnothe pnthe s a idh t takn d eCap gems- t tr wil e held at h iet
,L ,- w -. ee.f_. I,- -1t o "'ads; Un -,be11eM&
'a -guardiatfeunalesaideAw btre e roo the r s cn aiI.ory, and twob n216 ae..t t L t -- 'a e y a nogue ., ich" l a ke W" u hs
'Phi 'f nt n'tAhed t paire. a O- T nT-s toerb arrest fgroa n t c o r apni ee of said ndte. irdr U dt.-, above.zag-t .o ldI iI. epac or7 about 9-ce1k .tthe s o-f Setemr i o.(.- >- ,, -, bg, ma w
athsrirstmattaouCre, streh am.igsr hChild._4111a1r. -1urerOwh th w-it a. grentout.im board, str-ea-l.b re akfa aft t o as t three eweelii ao d the nu,- fu r nd mher an le su
ti nl 5nf tactur northobish wf c.lCtorthed with Camel'suhairoand Pwith agir- o p i s.ta N 1'S-A d ESM A rT. ai rs# atuth'so t;o sthe stntei e tin4 onwresoae hir vino sa.me s d.
~t e VLOUDI d I~r aout is welovins, ieand he d id ea t ,- .fetws-ard rm PVthewe sA id niaslwpie a tgr toetals.tm n --- -e uewl b pneryo
34 qf cro n AT -- 1'TJs inthe ityof Pila8ALIL saleningin onh theillfakener rurqtwcana be gseelr
Sit RICS P 4U -W taslea.Te uarie fer o alaFAMda -D r Countr ly M lc a ii 4 Chplesnta-dhr
.,4 6 ~vh*e~el Agweqra iff ard T em f-I tta itr rpr ntib tuadth jed in Chedistrer cog23 west, frsiom rl e-m.upqth ii i n ensdy olig SAE'U NTRC(
'- AU-.: sauk 8A-.-- sein it pat 8araulpaafrocke ufa.Rot -A tz~ 'lca h oto tr,~- ~ o ia re r
W.a, or-andid rfsobe-ofnwhite asuerir rianttder. o'f~ ade i ngioln gth 4omilept othadid. Al'~eq o 11yna ri ip~ym
IN AS eoe i Aromtota bv Shac e s teapj Bioregardingeda Mnd iatue. in-aridtye. iles0 fwmfuthRednRalod.T lrmCherAoR LE S. H --IN. ITS H, A generl.ir~eto e n eodhn u-- O edymrig ~
'-AOL se t *.-ufihe esftabjharntthfapivtyo KngJonfhs tho.cag frCt roet.i-rqien i eai gtdf e mon t aso
P edfri k.-I[f 'rtotte uchasmne ilbhyaknthe ; ploftsaoloindadhedCedaaanran sa kthe Ontui
&snrpg!j- M ms f ~ a- ayyan~~. TeramI r Evinti'i p ihgam4t a ns,' urthor riicl ns aply tothe sbatnior at Butle'' Ii rrnt
..~ iit1 -rb im s an ed a.CIIAlAeierallV .w -Ash- NG a m. sue adll' t aoY i. aetie sN. wi-9es; lriin ew and1 ad forks ias ticer ae
III Wel a superiorfariscl, .arersetful f- -- u idm$BETRY e rcoi9pwrir d e rpofSraan reila.4jd- -MAHssotmetANYseon
*4 aridexamin them. ep lO-tf wit eqwalsdvartae in tene8enig. utewls,-aalleey, etp --thewit many theroa
It .- 3dHourssoof8 g hibition nrom o in theofmour snin i g, ~ : vns, To len t datedCelnbarte1,1836,Iaa J atle owde-.-Fare 0-00. APLE4t5 S~io O SEOD FR I
MK.-*-F llF sho.- i PMadfrm2'.Mnutl'0atngh.AOwR.r RIKHOS, o75Bt on- G exertma nHosPwday r. FfATCuErw panRT FN C~A.
4,Sd .dC8NS of Genhbymthe'aAoverel, together with athe giarr-_andne;h y edra towoter inthelyrd. n Ree; $45-per May 4qanttyti0hus
Amslhpetit 0ffle i neof4a dE Coloh ard. and a ie5, 4041--Sanrtbin o'"'red stret A ""estln.'-of siebo'ard, moofa56urea
maufcurrs i Egau, h ch TPA'inEetonbyGrs-of h Uand tix:" t? ofPh lade- rs t bthparaletie. ppytQMr anninNbl 9M.,P.In d1nd3, il ATc
...oiMahin Shp, a 'ndOr F r idy te7t nbI e- sl,~ a~ead-;e~y sonenfwaceethla nridmsi n


tW'ha-vDw open at their store, and respectfully in-- p--i-. --door above*th street hr to J jewellery. hancy article, guns, pistols. e venetan blindamairons, shvl 'a
.%t&1warnr ndfindr,, to. call.p ^ ^ ^ ansoe- ELWCTZNSIAin enpae nGH oreo <14:^^cStuegC^ S I O will cTmmenc- on, Jon
r.i.. 18--dgm .V nomination for the office of SHERIFF.,-by the jy l0-dtf-i No, 3 ,.q6th street. --,4' 'a,;the th day of Niovembera-d be con eod 'LA ,U 1 OF .,R, fumlia0re likewise a quantity of kiw
-" .. z' W i ,e DemocraticConferees, I respectfully solicit your su-f-- -IR.P under te a ,ic owing ,arrange of ent ,, A On Thursday morning, aF4? U Sate of h Valualq Ex)
-i-1im -tLine ^an Theory of MediCiRelNATHANIEL, 1. clock, will bn sold,
, &Ls BA LbonrWine, eelrearedbrand o"k ed, I pledgemyself to discharge the duties of the oof,-M edc,. n.D.. ,, JC ... fat- ,lo e utt. 0 -
^ O' I, I"'oSE 31W&'S aOle. ,- r2. maj be incornvenient to attend at other ho Anatmy, WILLIAM E. HORNlE, M.D,.. (Pim AeiO .t -. .- -: nF ,ing,
AloPot ~~or, c, d ato rou'saley, ,k ept. t-atA-ro'tlotherll e aol
'Aiprt 4pry &.Uk~dr,Uu use lok, h eri H Itiy. during the day, have commenced, and Will conatinute, In~tittites of Medicine SAMUEL JA CKSqN, M .-
isdc n yWean, C irculr 2 ot rn sreroeioso
, sk uit ptrchaseSin. sept-e.e a To FeeeaF.eof T t eme of theCtly and, County of l ae dpPhiladelphia fI evenings weekdurg te aan rea- Mea tneta MicaMGo oand o a, r th Ta d g.. So. w e/nS
a .LLe, CIsItZ .. a UNG P R OS -T e subscriober respet- son. M cal aIt subscrbsersc heravi g purwhasd tie 'gto. ofh Pearelvea opll o '-I,,har al -s fuh
BEAUTIFUL PRESENih'"t FOR yfOUN t1 F ..fulsly ofprb.ituds Cndia f. -iOffice, "Example is moreforcihle than p7rept."b Obsteries and the Diseases of Wothenand-Chi A .I.Law, Mediia- th, Te IOc and w Molistaeous by As -as ad..e,-
SON$. Mecat'Cers n l ohr owomte!-denBos n
. ;WOT '. 1.. osv."t. -..at.. below 4th oSK rI Fw ,atn hereby pledges himselfto the Free, Merchants Clerks, and al t oth ers to whom the ver- dren, H ot L. HoI qra h i. Iea. -, .n Books an w an interest in thetreote es Tp Auoato C es Pa -
s r td nn a a of~h e rt, of d ugreart e sats A N Es i .
A .o eply publsh.d--. men of the City and County, if elected to discharge mediate attainment of a botld and masterly te ofrti Chicl Lectures on Medine and Surgery are d- ALEANDER TOWA, a ro a
meobjecthimportanceCoretrespectfulld ltoeded atrge Ph..ep tc brse.. t l,{B.oyi c nen c.klER, ....aS et Trade halic geSe. Do Tram ter,
vi ..a n Ho ame, ,6e a variety of mis- thed-tiesofttheoflce t o the best of his abili, with t i ; s an object of great importance, are respekown-y at the flyh Phiadelphia HeMpitlalockley,) and 2on, aag-- .terms.to-ti-be-o o. ,na,.
muo metatfsfrtoptueadam tmYmn.atfles7Aopiueedhmnt.so!eited to call at the Academy, whether they wish at the Pe sylvaliaHo piw rally. o
M" cers for ther nstruction and u metfihunspo ttdeaduaiy.isln
ie i c t. ,N IL ER sto take lesson onot; heaF an ation ofhis plan The amount of toe" ,fe of' tiition i the amp as In additiort to the standard works publ ss.ed by A r h Whs Plyer -

n. ^ -, prss is arm .o en otf uaih ad ein TheW ^-J Z P gran A'snoJra2ms^ of4 MoscTw^^^
l s.--'ed by .. ... nAv. o Kensington April 25, 1838. ap 25-dtf of instruction; witness his er rma e tn ev beryetoftbre; no nrae aying hepnn made I onscnes-TOWAR, we have several new m in s s 0 Te, a Mr.-." o
yen.lu o, a trAC oAGeS o dyd-a laein every.. f .ell, -.rbranch of the art, and judge for themselves ofhis me- quence fth augrenttion the nui ber of Profes- which the attention of Merchants repetfuy in '
1 _Linr. art Noomehe rat hoenul onplacetryn eeou Ela t CaIJio Aaf ll p fullye ritsand capability as a teacher, byt peronal obseration; sorships, Ad the improvement s in Clinical instruc- vited. I Th CaruElR or Tor.aneNt,
,Itscna compress inr te same-apaesuch aI variety of At No.se112 sou 3d street, low Walnut 8t. Terms fairnd certain test. known a the on ed otteW .ar HOReb rqAe toMBAI NrOp4n 4tPAS -'.- -, Frd.n,
;t i s in Bhe a Terms and other particulars mad e lknwn at the Dean of the Medical Faculty, 223 Market Wrap- teabe o4ts, wle ld aI
= rim i_ mirably adapted to the capacities and HrI g subscriber respectfully calls the attnion e 8 tawlw-
ii ng. orn Foot Knd the public to hisstock of CABINETFURNI- 7M FIe s pe a entree the hours of8 A. M. and 9 in the ag e a m-inta -o 7 d tie fN. t eAut Font sreet re.


^SEssayit'ki (r an d Sc hobt !cm-' nhi tw~i^ e / i tng h ojc o hchiit ng. G AT ,P-eaJc ^0rem vr 0pro-,oaWrpig aeD ae fte fes f hrot M .M
lwof&rALte nerit-."-Mrs. Chilid. TURE, which ho offers at very moderate 'prices. It evening. Sep 1-l-od2w N0'I'i --psesn Ullac0 rtne i withtebsns abt kniuehaigbe eg
al ., ", ,saeot ,oINit gT 1 is warranted to be in point of dK-urability and design,tI NQ, 4f po t aof Mesr s. 4awe &o.oqu t y, I **do in e n-aac hiery lae i' a


.y^ ^^r ^Z'i~ ^ ^b^^In tliaN0eqsPe^^of^ 4OTAERT FIZ.- of Mssr. 1aswe & E;
EpT oa ny B w hch is notual ,to any in the iity, having -paid p a rOffice of the P nmsylirn ia Company for Insurancua mending that rfiat ato e aonot l c


^r-^ ^ ^ pHE^its beng aeofsaone mteia and%^^ TT^ ^ ^^ bye~eiin competent
t PA( -. Sof WellWassorted-.Eahenwrn.,w its" beig made of seasoned materials and by competent WoLIAM FIFVS -on UIves. and. gr~qting Annuitie, and the- Meroenants generall']-- TOWAR. ed UP,.ur.e..;hip dire attnd
..PCrAGES~ aod e wuworkmen ...h'...VIHTS Pomiy hvin be o appointed Trustees Phil'Molob .May, M .aug ll- l~sedtobn prfetorder for ihe ozl
4 "Jo.t received frrtn the manufactory of Jos. A call from all is respectfully solicited, whether as WT r i t I ng AeCa de L'o t!e estate of lRot Fielding, deceased, all .MA -- z 1l FOR OLAN-IatI
.- l~h u Co. Fdr sale 'in lbts tt 4 uit-pichsers, by ptirchaser or visiter. JESSE JOHNSON. Ns. 67 Locust street, opposite the Musical kund Hall, persons indebtedto said estate are hereby reqred to wrpP g ap
%a S'- ., aaaTEPHENe 'LW aug 7-dftween Einkhth/ and Ninth streets, Philadidpsia. make immediate payment at the office of the Cwompa- A.ly Atl Sver f- ---r--rmed epb Ot Fida bond,-t


-- ST PHE pa8.WI au BB-dt~ rflh^ ~ evJs r e- fxrie g)dnhsc~ehdb~hngispebyd,?8)t3dh BE au an D visS E.oryntleru d iandWrap-stSepteme 4th wil be sold a^ the
i.. tf'" N.eW. cndir Front- and WainM. 7ri Ilg. w jijiM. FI0 a has completed an entirely new sys- any, No. 7 south 3d street .20 :. O pingdP tfper. No. 229 south Front street, and imme
Bathing Copper ai and fo ais -2 0 THREE and four bushelt- twilled m temnofe fri g, the object of' w ch is to .HYMAN GRATWZ, Pra 2 650ream ver superiorrow.Wrappig Paper. saleofthe ctsthe-late Mr. Mi
.i ,l i p,,- ,,,, -. ,-A-a u u u t .-,, a djy z o ""---
.....rau b e -h s ,,,,,constantly on..,, ,ard ,,for 2 Grain Biags. For sale, in lots to suit give the greatest possible amount of knowledge and SEARS C. WALK., Actuary, .l .-t -1125 do, common, quality ... do .. machinery needfo-eteaaaig-.zsee,
n I u n J "' "pra.... twice in he art, for the t'me employed .. .....e'e 'a d or
. A ls aleUrge assortment of thebeso $.ngl pu.archasers, by ,- ..YNEY HICKMAN, pMrt i truststhat the constant and full emp loy mented.0Ti1C.- Jst r- adf sl, A Eolesa, w irere 1and 1fe th on
tC fa.ppr fromth^e anuta^c to -Jo'h.ne No.15southwarves.h has enjoyed fior more than thirteen years; in our In the Case of ALLEN ARMs' RON_ Fnd,..o, ninwellatr renstreet. ner of fes anddo
*#" l.o opErCT ympanFBraito. .his '- 'is "t h i 9 eotm- n," most respectable Academies, in private Classes and Oface of the' ePenlayJlvan C.oempany for Insurances Sau .. of nk Jes e-ar te.ryre Aldna h r fae and d o.r.
s4tp at, h a t duabill.ity. a h -abve s pbi i oneg. .u w &miin it.s Ip at i ciy OcTENTSn-on i.vs and rFntin Annuities. an V-A o supyn th ... ..g w -Thu er bovea articntesnagAn be..
~ -aTEPIEN BAL)WIN.T -- ND X'sCounterfeit Detectorte forhsalei sbabyitiesbyai d hoeneteety, prpe; uvit arB- SCo p wg bven TPtee Vavs, Oiel, G,. c. ms.s. any tl.tel evis tohesl .
" "S -" E -'a_" d -fB. ... .... ". Cn, t, ee tfor hi s a, eefoietisub advandhtg oesbaty ofhe periv es fro is any RiOnryo q M edia Experienctee, by J p ..ned a god-ueofusnf.t.# ,bveomen n rv to F heNTUK
*op 8..-4tf N. W. cre 'R. & G. MANLEY, a !4g,
p. t- w cone~ -m~~ant.-/a u ft z m tr~~e~ ohertha canbe'esi ed iitbec ee tuhtvec.nt bre. desired willn be cg, uee aseo ,fu.,.l, ,,tn.W ... e, ed04t 0010e Of A-ll, ,A M, ,,A
i 4r "''auig- 6- dtEf N. W.'eor. rdnndChesnut .k, "ta"" ''." sat .ae .. l~dt u V, )x, u'J '"'L. r .r~~~~'1
rnttt M w os a t ci a. h --- .. .. .Y n wSmhould any pupils who have ever takenlessons in persons Wdeabted t d. rg e.reeme It, F iese n iu tment s &c.,heretoforte prepared Ofrq oisTtWu everwiemh
op- aug ma -nd tpaird, N. and Char.mpagCherandy t ve o te tha can be desired willoe thremaiougly n e oncudte pamn a g A eerasd1tW eredceBapropRedrub. lan- 'te r OF U Q
"& 23 es-. .... ... o sup rr i p lp e skepes ..... cwritsng, npd bs satisfied that the systematic cours e o make immediate Myicent at tChneports l of Metdiha Cyae s B. Vanghan, will hereafter be. -narepared by O^i- 2 M4 ie-n in
Ind.. Copas. Sca ad B "rletI ad B lSA S eR W k- Just re- exercises usedin his ncw Inethaipof teaphinglis sppet -ny i,9 tq4;l S~tre-.V aughan & Dayin, S.wE.colrrner3dand ae--treet ,
Ini7opn'sSaltBn on, BB HYMAN QRATZ,Presiderlwheodrsfrany E.of hmwl epopl l et 0a 0ocok ilb a
_Nnoes t-and Claqppu.,rei vl Co and fo s arlet uana cved a; pa le.. "y, ori rto any with which they'are acquaintednQ pharg S WL, ctuay e Where ardtrshfereny of the wilu oe .o ,w. ,e ft
SAnesnou. e,Mv and forS sale byO &. B iTO CO. will be male for their tuitiola. S EARSre S QIeM, Acnatuasary. "esjyoc7otf 6do-to. "-ffa. .. n
I Io .MO S ale y 6, Bf oot of Willowret.uRailRoad, s is abilities i n the more difficult. branches, -, s-oh e a.
/ N o 3 G ,a y s a ll e y .'F 'fW l o s R ft R a I . .. = u st P u b h s h ei d N o [1,1 ,, V o l u m e 2 o f .. ,o.. ."Dr u g g i s t st al l .p rl o h a b
aug 29-dl-Ot on-Dela aware. OrnAmental Writing and Designing, Mr. F.: will refer- Js ulseN.1, oue2,o oDug.sadPhscaw-
.. '-"Z" g ---d]t on whis.workt andto any ofe ourWrtingEngWoravers;w The ~elecL edzcal Librar y, N"O u estblashed .Iy .Snuanofg1nryeanh arid erd,.sofa, Liverpool glr
..., 09" L 1. u I Si ls and he does this with the more teadine'es,as he is the AA0 s a ". th i a. tta .-e g a-e- 'p-
~ ~~LOWS.,MAINUFACT#nI stazOCndin.nenn linssehe 7Ni E.s-eov
Market :A.,,7,:street, Phlaaelphi na,6( LOCUST Sills, just received an-i for Sale; only teacher of writing here, thiat-has or been em- CIJC JOURiNAL. OFMEDICINE,treeteing wlliumberofeell e and
LY infors his friends ind"themsomeo e them -very large and suitable for played by them V wake their designs. .-dited by John J,Bl ,,X- D. adjoining Statlse of New Jersey. Detaware,Marya, fld and low post bedsteadsJ resi
i. ~t~hat he still continues at the -,bove ship building. Apply to BOLTON & CO. The liberal patronage which air. F. has hitherto CONTENTS.... and Virginim--Also, supplyig the S.i~pnng, Wid wrth nmerous other artce l itre
S *.Wd always-has on hand a. genera assortment sep 3--dlbt a Fairmount Dam. elanyaes.. ,ta-threriivedfhomahispre..udedthenecessity.ofay.-LIBRARYMAT!ER.. others with Paints, Oil, (41ss, ,c., it he-ring cor.- the kitch fmii.ieto-is. 4,o, ..,-
%'m -ra qam &ad- ad ---, .wholesaleaid retail, at.the URIOSES at Medical erno mnded a good run of co -- BAR ,URNTU
O... Brandy.,, new method of teaching. and the assistance of his C hillingen M. A-1 Surgeon to the Forces -c 4c. otior.ed.States,ad-po w.h.
J4 I I-4l akamitLhs BlGws mNe and repaired,, 1 OGNC and Champagne Brandy, very old and cOusin, M-s Beuami ackino, whoi thor.ghly under- i-Concluded. -soU terms t6othe purIaserh s ;e proprietr hs b
Stands his method, and tsoan accom hshed naan,
-at i4 kak t nodes. -. sep 7-:hf superior, in pipes, half pipes, and.qr. casks. s a Pe Medical Clinic, or Reports of Medical Cases, bay G. Siness to command hi attention elmewhere. NB.-.-'rh. ta 'l., be o
"...helle, do- nl alfppipes. 'he- i-enbled-to 0 ttend to-nipre classes than he reto- Andrae, Professor of the Fculty of Medicine of Pa- a 31--13N inau al,,,whente gop 'p .
o. o..b..I p lion '00t* Bordeaux, _do in do. tfore. rim. etc. etc., containing Diseusesof the RuceIph ''on, -I u o I d:
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Wmon S.n 4!The said 4dja-aicTs "i
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the'tore $0o. as so&. Wl- n -#A
Cthe lob -Mr. 123aOfif G. D.. NAE "UpD~
Pseed-~ & ~HAWD,.. ijb. eAWrn
properly por.
notally known ~~e4h
7ak g Figures, ttis advdiltMer~i& psh-0--4$
Malhih- -_ 'Ph" -a -a-'
wit bf oem, end a Aol~l

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Dorarsa o(h,1oe- hmu gal sufi 9,
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,p. Dancer and Nie-one egfibeaft ~WMI.lO14hg-,*be
ty exhaibited at..
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438r *n 2 In- I'll ~l4 W, C_ tix..ll 3*hriW *Wquo LY5.
her fix. turi, packages at $1 and ii3.I.
a for ovens' and ProPortion Of about twO So
eeitpshere.dws areio iaspzto s
iseft q ; the p e- f-A


b dI., 1., 1 co ntesdN Y
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-" ......" il -, ii f l c ias ., h a d tw t, arno t'- Tentet M La i
-..t^ (olor .......llon. fort fotinWent 4osnif nc..reportedtot
oaifpt** go. $78in A a- dQiatkin 4MASrAlt ut, by 4^ Cagreas. It nwjbp1j**IQK 500 Kent, of Maine, had directed a&8vy oJiade
... t co"p.tW, M tBlI~aiUlltt W e have no th, dm ocra b of M IW go rry Coi--y. -Jacobo delegates. rb 'T /iirr were, I'hfo af G H ar h r, of .t e disputed bou iy,.,O B th de of New ectnt ons aee -o y, r F
-. aaFry.Jr r IPed v rindr Vice Prs'idents. of Monmeutil .iS ol; Albeit .G- Doremus, of Brun.wick, and had ordered out the iltr to ft .
powIerH" no Vi f'hio blowing resolution. 'were J Oeded y.John ..eti, (menJ ,Wlajon, ofWarren, Wm A protest theserceyore4n the discharge of their _. .....
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,.r.aYTIm tel c to tk place on Tuiday.laiaL ". s. t W. "in X ipq, of $i"gton, and ,Isa~c Johi- 'of foundation. We now lean that Goy. Kent has Septeibe, 8.
rm~st to-able T just appointed .-survey.ors fa : :.. .. .

wlk* lThe Democracy hae ide nobly. We voae nthI -R1esolved That t~ohei .botc1& wlhaoxthis son, of 8uienat,2040 e Preljden~t#eJs pone uvyr o unn h ie1 lc'RE rTSBADo
lo. u... to givehe majority-Wve tat sttat belowthehOf. M rro o. crSihn o, itH a Bl i eo.ofthetreaty. This h.ei.e 7 do om e c. Bk


County- has logss d-pAd-Pex.I
No- .W...4 t. 9 result sotar to aour :W .ti. extend. .Thei d eons .. M slogssue &* b g rho n r,,t 'i .ota Dt fXvo f Mt eir vof, But t iinato t tre a ty aTisve r ea t ead the right Farmi Mc h B t
.. .-, requires from qo Lxpre ion of ton, 4od Iflenry V pder, of Middlesex. not have been run by the ,u y o .he .. 5 o..B


.a' .... ,2SS,.f oa^ m ..*".< s'4" l~a r***, .tl.^ ^ ) '"' -^ *''''S "'.?.. in k.>a>sH .h.alhe rorry i me fro l Unimpoxrrt.oMo~-:,."q.-H .y, .ui whc Th is r, e-.. 50 do GN r 0 Ba>.
TN 4 Wtstl ',2 tP, f, :' ,1, ,AUi~a.sth ,frd 'isoelec.i o n ps4 e s It .. .... liS- .. .. o ,lical Among the r 1htitons adopted w ts the follow Government, by the first of September. T -




k: -1C^ tonal"^ ion^? at^ ^^ ^^ the^r~ a wo ltia
r*"-""' .' "and the-, l iau = 1l tpjqriot i in brf town:s- "-w r e .nwli .. ,, solve wa. passedeby the Lg ate of M h e 5 do D hda R th b
.... r offa f i rst """ --" ---- n d in "" regard .an to ro tthetaa v m relsue N w heU te Satswhohwae"t qetonm r d o Ingys'.
greiefy red or:I tf Re solvedn th .federal rep' eitativesnin fore the proceedingt p laceino the Sencte of I5 do do R9to
-k :' kfiir u greatly ri t tnced. F ornatahae, ino rlita epon.r he of actaon of tiate and adfeiR
the federalism (" y y ag tw! q eam aet.oIg ow 10 solemn deelaration, thata he ore;ofuode mo- Oongresafrmt ., a"teh ve rrepres ted Now the. United States, -which pla e qut i a 5 do d
lip. that.. "so here..k .. .--v y o h fl ~ ~ e g e ac m y o p ery different position befo t ..
,: .!~ .. : ,, Ia jority for their tick et, t hay asby cr s lc brelheren in 0th r P u n ie 'm ay rely.iui ou r J ey on th e fltoo -of C on g press. in factio sa y op po. very di nt s to o for cntr yf r m 25 do W ran gto r e R
W'5~ -T energetic, 64' d u wirpous crjrti istann sieTg the g admirn ittation of-the G neral Government that in which it had stood fI r a tumbernopyare 10 do Nkhir re,
k .; .... .. coi ,-t I.rritdei, hat- t interheteo tearf d.. without just cause-in favoring by their votes and The Legislature of Maine reaarddd the rights ofl-
rA v-r'l' hi o i n ". influence, the i establishment of a National Beank to the l state asenerglected by.the Gee nl G oinmn t 50dL...s A NEW R- d
.. .lar. sueee an .1 ..] w U ,. h ~s ov Tehy, hat at gewlirt o.untymleetting
g" ^ ^gg Tpa1arjzg,~f October. Weoftorl, gSuaasr dnd, avilin4trample on cag in tnie poito Atotnd t-ecnel s
*] 6.8 W S .he.d..M ,3 ,-or c o ..t..fty r ue d re c om eida ,e"'ci dn"e t ha t o the a e i t o u m a kinic nre th e g1 M ,r"- o f the c o ut r y w i n q th.esi o w h i c. tvhe re n T d N 0 b
tli am~m ..,... ... .E-d--- in Moip ,ir Moe n Pt .... ,l ad Interest ofthme Government aid the I p "ople *= ,adte t th .... una or nowilin to redee aA m = L thei l i ntereted butwhinrh nt sthe exclusiv e dut nof 50 do Nikhr 0Banal"
PeefSton', 01 Washig0 outy, 0Mdd anda Gingic..ldteseaifroa notestheTrad by of th natioun onsiing Khet general Gequien to te We do not 150 do ir Ban A
"Noii,* ot d d the Fedei! ticketoMiddi atandn r e n asvacuable l o fud twio t peple of ew arey ua o s y w tr there hi they t d oPhilelp an Tust
.r.. --li ,.. ; nseparatethe., '. i.eovernment tor nt all.: connection owed the govern res millions that they were una- pursued was d street ,and proper or not, butthat 00do Kentucky Bk
....b__ o$nty..t.....w'er* "ketre National and.,Statem .a. paatl and Stt mt ~ ie rine uor tme ie or unwillinrL In endeavori to force poeeeding undoubtedly had the effect, together 75 do Mohawk Rijil Road
ant in Rihm'ond Un Q t and Bolton a h s the government tuborrwten million one at with the earnest interposion of the executive of 175 do Patterson Ral Road
:B ''c- "o cohe" A ... .....ngu. .. -- oping d p interest of the sam- institutions ah already owed thatState, to produce a decided action of the e. 650 do H arlem Rail Road
.B :- .fA- ,.- .'- '.: ....r -.. : eeEcsists i J zjtrlott,-ye str, nu ,arthey h;e etnc see n nothing to change the governm ent t, ,. a-i, .n whsieoh ,tey et.used nate on the questi n. It bap s o thu been placed in 27 do N 6J R R & T .o.I"




*~ ~ ~ DI 35 9 ***^fW 1 an tl ingdon, l Jetat sqitt '170oaTeajnepdn talcorlo ether oenmn two as. tpuk wp-hich the refupsed nteon wthe quderstrtion. Ito hi .Kn.t oayth evu fvr n h 1tya f
TH1*PL A DST I OT. :H,,untgdon,. erio, Mj~p,~~~bburan, St.George,t that npinon.,and, much t r6hthen.mnd ecicoinfirm




TSB ^N*.'^^0'^1"^ lt A~ninodug<^~fr*. .- __ atioal r SateBans, oee ou deide apro-embrs tiheltg pay.-ppon igntecalve bhog'ichAa enroac ohthepmeogti e ofOn ridy aersituationAGOF
S thtPtt a b n I.s* west^mn Wi ., '"i T'hvtte a- eve of thT ptl u pn rectofmmender topay. and ca atboute the eest sary es a nd.. the mos o.ral eosituation or bigI terl adust. 64 3d S of r. Rail oa
]^hi8m;* (na. ,d toon-." ...O- Y* cueityw lh _.y w e a .. .i per expenditures r he gow nrnmeent, and at theth pdbl e General Government- -the only mode in 250 do ng en7sltand Raid Road.
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*"7 L 5 collectionBatJ and ________________gd_____ee_______f__ a ins iy eor fu raer.wedub ntthywil usu il asunlud. O N .RI DL ,V. H
s- UsD4S #M UL^. gre.. in Outhe 41 tr1ytanrIame otinppn to y othe federlndoer attl-m es essin of Tretan every possible species whichar it dsr-be adjusted
%4" --Out to.- 0" noer 94 1, rt I$ abettingrr. ldy ofth the practices of deueelo-o o exravg -e abttngth pactceofdut- itwthtadina hi enng mtepstnhfisilchi",
.r. and the present ipnjhatm aw Ame,,. O_-mit i. reqs, a.d ihedf're recommended that the same on e ...ava a nce. I abetting the prat o.du e l- tNeotwit tandine thi re hon ge lin the osritiono R1.. .o- ...
', g '-a si .. turn a the re se laflb Wso: t i l A A A 46 cnan ael system beagaina dfrom t i y creni a cn the eraes the ti op s ne e resto p a se, Gee n ty
".~~~~ ,.." A il, 1 .: In Franklin' Cougy0 Ii b' ortU/ ained mm ..-"..... C lley; --an d by L v Ulle;-andby vinat g numnmerusouhs Kttas xpessynequreebytt leasa exhpressrldyMr reWquiredMis
.. A L .. IIi 'flot m-e a r CouoyiB inflt, A ertae3t gU t oiea. urogd upon.-Congress ourlv and dccesstro y ; n by tie ating in numtro ust Koibl ta exprss y rqid obyee the eirur-i, ha L r. MrJ Aw Whs ilt o Miss
Jtoiitb .. -. tI t e se n e a Ius i r, So. stances, the will of $ae people of New Jersey. appointed surveyors to run this line; and f they both of Philadelphia county..
^i~ ulL !. ,. 1W wi n .f -r inonugv- s sg. .... cp 1 .2 he other resolute poin ot at the conduct of the can do so without infringing any stheuco ions en- : N-
,.'j.5 i ,,-,.,------: ., t ". '...... T" ""2"0 ".": u. [" ad, cratic President Marti n V pn ]re, remains tndi-eS feder ,pahe incas ig m t hu e tate mis exese $.4-in,0, tered i to byate G en a Governments" ho rn, it oli- DttG
-., 0_ 0 ,^ In (Tto k- 01479 s.cttehmivhed..bted atthe mea iretof his administration o i apr- : m o hde t a th G rne i n- olso i e B ri- u On Friday morning 7h instant, Cap
't -- J-i-S ,- i- 1 antd e Tevalt, bis regomty enatitTn oft "a Cntitu- wr p th y byth.dmo i e s he wl tUs. in tne -- hyear of hs age.
,' .- ,e :nd- 1790 .a Treuy,,dependent oef allontrol o et r cat egiloatre, d re tng pevral b e op edem A utholine. st, eohe sum oiape entt th oa the On r a ,tnh: JN .
Aii.nt,^^iba[erf .nc ing W<;9, ,. National or state Banks, meets Qui leete apprs- mmnrd -her e oi.e i app obneop t torwselvu dhier whinsrsthcis hvferoamh yn t todoian th e O nervus F eea r iat teron, r oFh
Smith j tfe support of tev ac e legidature d apiting te Cone ex- th ingh.sBut wea cr o he pre" of On hrida afiernoGn, hand og i
b Bi U iB .... C IC tration.-,That le.is ntlendt ltoo and hen tribute the best officesin the Genera Government, or involve the country in 93d year of her ae.








.' -Bi M ?1^^*iTOlt faned onioa Deorati deeply nteneted, refc t sid their gif Mamng meFrcberhs of their own body haroswliie wit Gorket Britain kor her povinces.O rdymrig TH^ Roan
.... L~L~tr Jmmt .' rg'r. A ~,tia] t-Orleaus=ounty ia~itsl p thi di. et it the duty of every D)emocratmi the U~nmozapnd The measures of'th President, and the public We, of course, can have no information of the f" this city, aged73"years. "-
.whi5at ,een heard from, btt its sp-, the State to disregard al mnor con deratns, and r Se tr Wal and the Hon Maln intentions of the authorities of Maine, t judging
"-1' ., "' AndrA.* ...,...-k.".. 'Bank", r' o--our drm h







***~*,.,.. fra^ mdtefeea aoiy ilb ... Ful rilhaoun~o u'u, uencofDuucaeof Ujeet rsoinl ofljf renitt:.oa rdenad wn. they hav ardy. doneind ftro. wha Pmi~der'ptuahe Iiand o
..-,-L;.Nation.alorfoemembers ofhe...... .t hemelvarn, ridhnc h hlr t d 6 re olves d r e aron the Htue itsday evte nin tortoa eich rn, t








*r*, .'Jt^ *^ ^ ^* 5pjMi,r Jo. deocatfiMc Jaob Fr-, recmes ounrincipledettv of Cn The GovenoreVomhaslone beeinatonse havte abrigaty appear Lu.B be the anersts of thiae sephic.he Mcrraaonmji Commrtte
.OU^y tAin' m Li at a e d enito.. ad agans era laid befo our reader.. we doubt not they will pursue with a sound jtidg. JOHN S. RIDDLb. WM Ht. TH(
..conty.. trtionby the federal and anti-masonoc -patties i Tic. Tet ...... says-e o. meant aod cool discretion, we presume that no at- "_ "_M.__D,_ LEWcISge. and"
-" 'a ndouao f on grs.. k ttthpes rud- .le anda aDd a o e elnt wr an v ad -- e m --
: F. I.I WP ,:.. .. .. *. ALABAMA. .. factious assault s upon the President ar edesigned to "Th appeara,, ne t,$' this -body wi trul impos thempwlls madop n~e aue to ru h ine, hif ith Bit.ish ais Loller iBi ,
The of the s August oerat on'and prostrate o ourselves and des g. r- Od m n and yong e vel teran cizen a th orite s adop aon ymevasures ro roiit it n. It is .
'iu.aa-Sse,. m p e tTiestMo Of n, t ei the deletcrgt i a se P in t .his Union in orer da farmer, the htrdy mechanic, and the bust. possible thatrthey may not object to the running ol frop h ixcka
q "8"" ... .' "th de-That ie t-e c m tas uno oo r9, ..




4 to reestablish- ja f Traal dom ini thon overPre .,. ... ., in mer chant, had tL own aside for t he time teir n the line, sn a mere experime ntal urvey. But or Ship Moonghela,-H. F Miereken.










*i-lm n"flai"i "l" .-...,.. to~mxu~ir^rfn'cj~y reaist lelostah flodgate, oommtlnde aov er aoa us we : pndn "i pt rna "otn in "h setmn n pakighmu.veltrr aqu oehn.Jono,2as
of 1a83. to se*ntative returned et the election recenatuy .hondhi therefore iroe 0ura~ltes singly and collectively -too customary calling, and flocked toeteher, to do-ihaer- impression is, that they will not ,permit it in the hip Manco, Crawford, Lier
The M 9., .,. pj_.. .F P .. at Ulon tho e bet and ndh est means of reaerning the-sate present stage of the negotiation. Mhe cmemrission- |tsp htaha, la.m5odd, r:
f I9P I Ikthir gifeaeriohonorable ofmheirso n body poweris .. ...GreatBr... .




1wa'---Sw oesulte isd &as -bfowa ;Y su r ,. ad p t h- The spirit stirring resblutions adopted by acclama- Kent, to run this line, are Messrs. Dean, uorton Brig Fame, Scott, a c daysei
dbkt` wk iabylili e 19;en 'er-- be h e sroThemeasuresof the Paridmirp. and creation. 0- ers Tai dto hnereM
%ftii" si a d e n the State t ohisgreatacd afoinog dc onw l t-r inan dc Mr "' cad.n
.... ... t t. i as '. 4"--"- 4 eolved That the& Dcemocmratc citizens oa t~h.en to .roa_ de.ande ju the nHi nmeu h t o n din tn ions h o f wri g lhaea hronier Williams, G
POW the federal majority "I br Vine, ; Ames, him, eKinoandbfustaiurhiandgaif utfthe
Imatjpolitca trubicribSars whosa e, arehiaaan, opotia wrpet ha _tore
e MJJ ei ,fR _"re. W
W1L1AAff8Leg d .;% ., 1 a ot watgeds-t thendins labiitywhh iei has Govefort dickerson is weey ko wranu hadi mori ft hni cty, haf in with hoghls Brig Aithpat, WtsoC,,
showed i u t teonniupeortinoftheana B.euof.thc.adiing toish ane d ay dgie etea ideral and endearge nt k o hrgis i n a ut l e NarchezlpGrnd and frgm
T IW iel and~. fro8V hepor o NeRA T tratWf andotesin iouthe peo ef thi s otre Bereg n-c t a n- hs is, we beie ,i r en
1 "u. o" i t -. honor hi mse l an d th e -"at eherepres p e n yThebodr op n ti f-bd thiu sta-teptefd h dvto t t n- g o r



AT ALABAMA.-e-th fa.ci10U. *tit him uto h pontld n yni y att oestheeDetcacys of th rirgi thehcit ze oder, o and iti not b rig Jlast uceh hi n
A"*Bui oM er TeuM oe, M n f heUvnio.n. -gre ee t i ew"ibheraad"ae ar eor jud stitu tio.sue bAat ub wsto hen. as i the pti-.r.se ,g VBeaAeW andt



4) 0 = 16P tp. tet d. A ld farmerts upon Hkthe aehtrint ofre andtw gen attheAcant Schr tohEs, meann dl
y,|I NrfriM 'I'' rt^ .p "[' ao tfr..-g g..h .. ca T e ckt lceHonoohebstn based, on Tupe sarny teveu oing ed oto rato M ro hae r Frnnln Stig .eide, i on i orot
J .' "ir Caonx t a- ose t he w.. wf ontatives r... .. e. Jit. acoiob Fyt ,a,r. our Rt,;;a tomini ve r iis C onges ade e pra ha nd Lusouis Avenin, God Es hatcertin of oiladelphia r hm cr Etanor, Smith,-.....



C'orofner" -Wnf.J- T t l 'u ."' It -wiw. 4m e i s ttsmater.PTar ke ourfuli a s pobtnsof,-.e tiseam io e of ieetion, h .rof h". er i n h.. r hige s as wait great abilin ty, .n. emhr Fof thae bar, pofe nisrs al o me icire e CrE r ,Ears. a ,S. ;














I^ S a"':'^^ :r ""' t ,een cc.. rence- .havte yelde r r .eagl, Jo t e .reme- te eun rloat t; ^ ... ""_ .. .. "h in ison j tupon whicfthe aoae lase oris tituton s .he "ioswlq uare ,int hreiwr gvctin, at nde ~scaynite Schri nop~hi ,/rLane, TriLd CuaC
S filM^ "m~dt Gnocc r --nc Jnaeyieffrewi yi Be ^ J minorJ'ri e~~n~ty Go0nernor .fsathis overnorfroom dvo h he s accgid en a o ne o f thebisht coa nd oin s Ain Gtheir Eolun of subj aetsiabo Twhi ch rO a"ao -m~,. .
A3 r .udtorred,.dwerk An w. ..6 Resolved, Tat Weappro te nm.Aoe rivalled faithfulness o usulied honor. belles iettres, opicers o thearmy and navy, athors, Schr T rne a ie,.. S
*lM ye| "|H, "| --. 'B-A-C.....V. oflGeneral Davide Porteras he democratic can- Daniel B. Ry all watmany yearp at the head or artists poets, critics, editors, eminent actors etc.le- inted:ddo be forward
MI>r N>8rt-- .atieh cnia for' GixUMB .c Ofy. the thei do.oeys ltatives oref the Monmouth representative nin the House of As-l Hi Ho.nhorte tiM rayonwy tey1sg oud nd br cmk n. anethe a dessel ady
..4r Reso le..tL h.at'k9 .. We learn firm the "cDanvillen IitelligenTer-Ex D ort y an o yso -.pairo- se ulby,-end for three er.sspeaker of that body. This copp. n s l m e a most ahove lit, .assaL be l tthe .Foreign,
] [ i I m x [,[ Ira" ,tht k.t Iooliwing ji, g~t was ibme4 on AMon. tc ede,-,.-As a pahhcsp~trted caizen-known by those William R. Cooper is' practical farmer, a sound handsomely conferred- upon two gentlemen, uni- tip stairs, rhnidehpha E~xcnange, and
i iMtib i& l--"i. C.e" .. ""- wh~Or knopw-bhirbestto bee hi gbm-ded ho"norable .... pt .... and -a t h nf excellent W rth and verbally admired and esteemed h fe and we have nev- the QAce Opelow. (3, at i
Aro us et., a and 6 Convention -
'S B SE~l~t^ .i For Cogr;01- Dietn Cr.e.,. tt-hne- man under. ll viistud of fortune, seThe whotsel c-head-voice s'will ever be with the d e h knowatien evening pass-away more pleasantly.- C
b,"oslilI .r.- a o esfaadirev alWays sustaining, even among hits political arl io'Y"to stt" Mr Clark was exceeding gly happyin his address, a-.
t~a. z .., W di ]T) Asawebr.--WrsiehWlliver t-t nentk.ia characertirreprwoachsble and uninpeaeohed Joseph Kill. is the ,e~neroua earted philanthro- ard the reply of Nr. McMichael fell ,from his lIp .. -
Nime Ap jr w7 For T,,until the p oscriptite splt aofdaltmasouhiandhfed- h.
i/ i- ., -,- For Comrnilai tr..-Jda'NHenry. grismmletloose itsflloodgates of@lanbei and person n t ntnal he republicanasoldero f alemwhoGnortu rinD lie pearlstim ntern spers ihn h eu o wer s of witral fo.BirqepheJa.ry
hmin r .11t113,ti.-P. Wdi thee Auditor-coursesethm'htiwer abuse upon him to p rostratethe Democracy. of the e its o-s ndiy whit. paersalfrtune in the s itar and r e hitea aru Jotton, tJo o da ys f
sm :,...,,: ** *-; .- .. ". .. '.- $~tte,--he is entitled to our beat erertion and undi- of.^ his country,.. batWftSsoerBantainionallies "keptrtbeitableeinoatroary a ndpreumedMr heis-ea w rith Anotton, &C to J05 sys rHand.s
-..-c...v. ,.were ightingte battlesof.Britai.....on the .. .. oif.amidttt.emmsWhhcehartyeneaplee.nMrtl.. Moauthfu l Brig t nln Ryers Clak, .da r
'-.s ,f- -' 1' ia deiocratc confereeao tieaedntees Of ey- inref ct,-he;Nto-wYo ereiayand e minentl Congress, gallant shotldereti hismusket, and perr.,. _as a e, .._ _cuti min d o _, a beatifl "y toBgiiC ,bR, 1,0 days from
...." r' hi "'n yhlghKill eave nmleted setet New.
-- qalifed b hi ta~ntseduatio, ~xerioc nd snab y patebordkrsof thi ae hardships adprvations adaneoqet tgu;-aei n hrt n ramn






spa x.. ...... Ii'". .... .ipt leh m tdto chae .tbe'i tie s.o f t he:fDmo agcstrateo he
9261111". Mtgd a eandierse fr c.ngrss, in the o this great aan growing Commonwealth, in such t hbr. andeysu s o o rter city. a ster, to Wah ers -.
the c niScupnhrhalnear oryomttin',ng4BaB._MaoraeeshJes7-odthayso bimiat'BSireta
CoulsoMr.Joodey succeeded5 hisoword hyacoadjutorsinpuasued.btohLiRocolotel on russ






d aVAM* Nt.oa .9oximleard -J.]-]h TJy ,im ,J.w ,au.. acb Fr,, r promoted her vareestssa,
_t.:'it~t~l~dt~lLU ......end evatb r cemuacter at n-me and aoro we ... .. C ---T.- -- f-lloing shorte s eeh replet ewthegood feeig tand racy asr a rsgtonewaetesrofs ftoeCagr.
..vm i--- ... .. ..'..." -... ".-- o- case was Seera Deianay ne Laltinre ,ou2 days rfrom-
.... .Coroner -A"m. cap-e.-. h k 't ifi vcted is efiArts Bill bert s make wasayeterdaydeh B tm uhsto al iers odar. -fmNe
wil:addess the- .- .. .. ,... ., ....... ,. .._ .- .....--- .n-teyt Court, ard may o bl f ierest t oN e of our prnely hand, a gae a bou ful supply of dam- 4... .. dr. .
,,, '- e, "a P '.ormme so ftt onl the eeastone of the arch s w r e cw. of pr.e. op t line|ry vear.ds.and rare oldtwines, and.eachtoast was-_t chr Nativeswoteaessf4 days hmieosta
Th~e'ora.-Thd~s ~ fth probe~eaton, sr h rdept a e rtvof of ou r R higheost' placsr with gra. t abietemineste- wd by r.om uiclmrfe -asb hre ct ce&Grdr







Ite4*.. u~o.. w- -_ t ,y .ct otyr,ba pon q ted uw- luu 0 i.a-r-..- st-d the Union,--'le therrefore qeservs .the: support o liability oaf corporations foe the acts of their agents Horn, Jr. and Jones of the Tlheatre. TPhe reina Br schr Woodlands, Johnson, 10 days
WY Jan'Clsrkierno 'he ctof Co gese[.tbeilst ev riotioe"tineof-thisComnjowealthi-Gbera office while in u.o. e A arat ha y ir at e h in r l -B. ithplaster.etonCydrng N.to.
Ow 1 d fih fulesan osu.iduhnr







g slona.inpector-of Seam B._tr.*c.,..jing to Porter mal o-veorpnded and endeared to usibYc s been issuedby amue a iikjsony before JUstice delighted. ts, iarce Dolphin, Ypp,-36tour, from
'"W and from the port of New Yos'k,. ed ioenbed -uniforu andr tMstant courts and the aid he has of the PeaeMagainst th-e .btat nore and Port us e- This is, we believe, the first entertainment of imle to Merchants'Li. .
-.b a given to ourparty and ourSpincples hera- Rail-Road Company, toars cover the value of theikindsevoergivennin this V etropolistot literary 'Irwl:atooennsylvania, Schellinger,
60 tr ItatA 9 olo-tl iki Wslk e o As*,ubi, piied ctzernkn pldgey urt h iose illia baCoqprei pCoosa,"famerfromundGoadsamlyeynferto J
7 bea cow which honhadbeelkledincoprunc e- genleyamiendro orndesighborinf dy u ehp tprabeo nbr.biads
: ali WI& ho "d*. an. undr al bl "' acwwic a d eeandk-a d i n of exel ent-w orth -ganngd;n e ~~t hlw n er .bi, nslr







__'.I..ortne selves to repel tta fse and- u nJy, attacks mak.
"M "1"'75, iM p .,F F r.h.. .. ... ing en his character and reputation ant d fnd him wrilha ru n n aioneby the or odotiveo t wompan ot will enobbee he, last. tch thingresent a et koe alwBysnt.
A aQp$!o yisbcury QI Sept,.t 8ds says:-we l ave the grattl e a i ya hj tcb e ns aL
or... .." g t teheloI;hra ,ed iJe,, hisv favor, from ,,bach an aphal -wa taken the are the tribute of warm ad generous harts Seh" Ost., Ellis, fm Charleston, det
lo ni h i e d p iarl' itsTe y ed o kep aie h outofscueso b d







.: I;: cation p.f announcing:positively on thi. concurrin# on by-ounprinaipled leaders, qrp, p cgrlqg out- ulen t'o'!talhhmore CountyCout.-,. The facts are these, to kindredSiis hytn oke Aelte e nt ssch)r Anelope, Gi.ord, at the L
-,,--0-f-- .....t-er..e-pi Ul. Inthe the uoSamwhpyo ucr-.riiasipei Physicians, that this. Fei him trough th.Cetqtns of federarpresunesonduct Mr WilkS-son isthe ow" f property near the good feetingp that should prevail more generally a- ,r ac f t.e ct o ac n ol
a&' ".. -U, t-,, ver hae'debnsidewably dwereesed, both itt the fftluen- e1 by' hirelings editors and deceedant andI connec. line of the-rail road, thoug~h.not~ bordering thereon; moann the members of the press, and create ai ea- board.
"* -M-":'' r" ;~b, "" ar~aisitj' of its attacks. The feweasesof-t f tries ofterevolution. -: hisrCwswer thehabit 'aetno onehetcam- prl duorp that ought to be universal. Itis true "" CLEA RED.
: Lm ,. :._. _- .... .... .,_. .. m~l~d, /' at the coar : purabusey the uponhrhfhihihto prostrate the-on tDemocracyw oquar el .nthenrv c tioh snendyih tter h*p patern ,alrfordtCneCin








'recent o rrence have yieldedrear ily o te ro -e .e .. mon .h the a- on th itrswillqarr inthei c-tion.andi Od.
: .11 :, ..: .. di' applied,_ and..s wih ....nn e of.... he pres...... presentt minority -Governor 0f hn tfo day on which the accident appeared his cow was things in.their columns on .subjects about which man..... ....
,hs isrdoc titledto.ou.r b.u .t pese- ti seenfbygthetEng ,nsee on te RhlgtRod about hy dir in opinions t thed the is n g Annr E iza, eLn, Color, M r asn Jo
,*.... ......t as~i fatb Ivorable sad pleasant weather, we flay hope that clearly shw; Ih he has no elprpised even his -aer^o, ,,, he. eigeitl ,anath1 perroag t'aearl, Atd inshey BareltoikGeutaetg ...
---- --,, --. -reu qate of. a ...l he he -ed e t peronalinaltisn mndtyfothey quarelgliktsgeltle- Brig Atlas. Mayo. Boston, Captain.
s .. L ..- -m contrarytoth~eezper~eracfl ffOrinrye.trs.the dig'" own judgment, btktheS so bm ep91e eg hll, -caused~ It-a. rs,,lato- ni0 pu4nsaiv., | rpvprs& en, there is o reason why they should not pay Brig- E~me~lini He'ilath, Povidenei4 Ca l
i~t~l~rt,, .....-U~ eas w_ t-diu, pl,--,n mvieiy hoa beo frost. L ae b~t h.b.o I 4 :uks td. b~m~n.r :~h. m e. tb edt engine., ln .al.. ....et o~f-steatx :'or tie- p~~ of homage ...to talent; and, round the festive board, Sehr..Amanda Opieha, ( 3umasted) Walt
hk: -- m -. ... ,b ... -.. .. the,_ .. .- -and tam ely consented -to a ct ac cor ding to their dic. ;v in th ,e e,, t f.om the ro a d-th e ;ow in tea of fore~o thehr asperites and bury allt !ha i a ne s C p ai.WI ithT. A n y a d N a y C rh ace sre- h t t o 'ft~ tt o in ebc h ilgi eeothnua ti g o fth r csswi h sh i h
.0' rer .ac. C upsimsnt of specie payarent.-an the issuing a end ..r.e.a at rcl ... .... t engine, that this was th aeo usa evng ehr Leader, Somners, Richmond, J',s
high a equlion of Oen. Gadi es ponathe Governors of.w ., .. -.,...rt..dn tl andt nine l w thease Shr Frtitu,, B k N k rd Pe
ey n circulatin o sn plastered mis~InIe-h fw e fouei.hMagtical te
'r~.an.a..an.. aie for,.. ,... .res. i.,.., n the of.. ....thisad henwitin fend t f I atmn- Mtrtun or edit s uo poicreededh s adpltcwr


~tp *|lr 00or- to" W .i tseu tiain to the dm tinetton whach ne ne ei' 01 ot f 7 '&4h e offitheid of the road, but in so doing, was struck seated side- by shde in friendly converse; and each chr-Fair Plty, Thompson, Baltimore,
Steeh t as been submitted to the Seretaryof War, being the ank and hinplasrcnddate- ha ngieand knocked downnd in a ptirg seed determined that" The lass should sparkle hr Pataloon Paton vanna,
l~lmalte~~ i lmmmly _tulh .. ... Y. g._h~e an d. '': be th een'nean knckeddowran in datteg eem d d term ned that Thendas -shocksperde ohr antloo Pinon q~v nna p
,T 'i "li i r.fr andt i "reply the Geovernor, of ttof S ate e haave his e ewonw0ul4- tdt f, tentl Up; a ronoed trius h,, got ,m the rail nd wasn ru over by 5. and thejest should soar," whether Mr. Clay or Mr. Sloop StatiraC Cottingham, Baltimore.
.. be iforaL a the Exeoutive hatno authority aristocracy, and pav a way to, e-stblishment d ld Th t ha Va en seeded for the n Presidency or Barge Star, Loveless, New York, C K
~ ~ ~3- --~-l I-~98 dh ~ 0 Ca -Mle.het qsW Van i -aBrge Sark, tevenonoNw tor
Bor l. ...eto.call"Out,"or.t. .,pt t 11,s riesf volunteers..fthi ;gh, to tid detaenauresof 1,79 al S ea.nii hispower. th te ginebute no s- tu d tePe n o B e Sar teew o-k
." ~~~i fg-q- '"-is. thmlrome unworthy, the- Auty'rat" or" t e pole w i" ; B tW O ..
.6'ifl I Should the cotingency referred t arie, and io i s t ing. othe fact havingbta rll quantity of o c this iperct notice MMORANDA.
steam-oh, nd tiWeptsment wsjon ongaeh f this agreeab-engt n ed owt h s erSprohnea ideon
way^^ ^0^ be .nesentaSy trhA'rthe^ trop, mlii f 4. ad
," -. ,- may be neesa~lry t-ea~. a I s OOp., a mollita forces of the fia nces R o, th e S4tate -by h ra ulkhn wa........ u a "e-t dose, suret"s that f' ur frie a o r, P........ 'te aeren,.hr. rthei ,ad Saah ...u...,',
Is cb~ ,h~i 14 at y 61 scii"tp n bee! ea0?, be "te1t z s Th e" l wasteful andi mprovident expenditure of tho 'r ,ou rt.. .,d- -,s as t lel p that -plea,,d those who ,ave the 'east in their hnor at Newark 5th ins,.
r 8.ed; .:ak-ch astuien will -aa rbe e the wih.A tubsc meles up, hoects4queg.nable useful t.aa fah: hg.g.c w a., e o te ar of the were- ten time. rn veso. The parting toasts from hr Superior, Sly, henceat-NYork
sat=--it, morepecls. i, foundation *e thqseso b ~~se~ eflthebans of the nrsastedlly the celebrated Gettybt ri ad, the chair dressed the feeins of all that were -r" thr Fountain, Norwood, heace t(
out-momp -t inforation .or. th chairexpinsad theinstin
alludedto.t -ey -- t1du-- lt hey ,oused p11 due i4ge0 p una uedo. ., t ddion to toward the guests, hat whenever they ohr Delawae. Brookeld r t .
o i nda n'.a acaa...,.w. .cw. -.. !. .. ... .nls.n avoid (he ..cc..s ht, -th "Coapany were cl..early no t meet they might find as warm hearts to them as -Manchester Edmondson, for Phiadd sai
.^ ^^^^^7"Na T^T.,. COW.^ thos%^^ l~ ~^^^l0e they left behind."4"^^
Cpujusur.s,.. th,,, ,q-. -4 a lil. be b glnea to the-ceation of nonnry coto sib, e oht l, t. for a, veaetu of the a, thos. they left behind," meantnd on Wedneda tl
0"r- ."l ..k- Na.al0fot A hplo cia cours r t t im A hvnn c his settles an important piniht, and tot e owners -ft eara
'Pnif Ii-ftonpg.anm

S pebetheir i -n w they e pav t turned Wan. i retur m f% inmuW w The Naeyotkhthstair tols the toEdll'wa ie g o4irn, whn resoltieonswerinthe Ca tJaces ro N k W
^W rka W II^t" ffia"^4^'i'-.- ^ '. .; '- ~ neneeitaB iW .-ealle loudl ana e aer B htax v anedoteeco:-de nat rm a a e dy Ps.hoesis.tlea cur oed in' N ork~enrahoe aht Proinepu
*l .W -. "pM .6 -y- ".p esto Wnr rp ..- o dtatobn. o thira w henete otor we gt e an o an cgi nf mma-isaninotrt..rnn a. a u J aos, e tfrom on ofk th in
..^ft~i~j~dft~k~tblaKW ^ k a s p hi r. hs b -t oplie no Ofeto e good people of this common lth; whn a y h a T he Gat srearg al oat aof
wlll th, tes olv e cid s hae t ploo t0e and turn.ig.r n....ck.. ..te.e d.. .t yode gl net thse rp2eth n ant h ch tnig requisite i we bl ie o tio 4a5e0n w-e 2 nd oAu saw stea s-nsp
t "-1 1 .1 ibl-.v"ed"o v tha teve .itanstovo e .. be i opposition to the wishes of a large mjoty tern, hence t Bristol, making a very b

_ J 'l^ V. 'd- t thadhav e n nd retis- t ea r ,, at-nd eta -;.,.rt he bou-ear Yok rtan tes inth ^fo w g an of tir e members oft heFireDeparimemnt,as generally te time. The G. was out just. days

*'E ^ Sgie11 ih a *w-^ r, *^antgtry,.A-..soeraesowh,.wit.cmr. ^.^i y^,ivrn~uo hsei ra ide. ndia l*pfantrthecomplerconfu imres uolvdrhthei j desperaoftihyendeevor to pAn and~t Sfo'the Pew ocratio wiltben
ctmdias64 ofy teelioneny mpess ofranoedhdutePach,.shp, ilto
,.-'lihrigo l,2. of flour, corn and copper, bo.n .d o oon pinere.m d e xe a o wcuil as r thSe isni o t i, whoaveanodeaire o be threast int the back Lamb Tavern, on Teursday evening


...couI.^t .y ,'.-We ear^nestly rhuy ta ie all 'SAB ACCIDENT.. ..... grou .d upon an occasion sO interesting as the f.i.t Sep.ember, a? V. o'clo- k, f- r te .. -.. .
.- front the t9,It f ttl'ltO heP tega* Rappahan, o e the n juositSlodn to our political opp onetue ia4 -le yu ok tle, corner oahe ami. denatu 5,ndiHoseyiompang y orm abnethera co i the paltrre y iit i on a be. amen im f to Aone o nfore sai
jMMMSa~a4ddus med evern WamiretujbUabt--, u evil.. o en5^ .ottmg# -Unon and -hrmony of thdoeghtime hatcwsy fro diainof te upprr teparimenofduringBteir soayin Philidiphia, oueNorth Pnnitownthp, toibetlected a
'W |BS ^ wad TltSsh^nrhh ii hoL nuiauaen t,~neugheaqetl at by&S^ our% dentopralic siqyl. i$'li buldn tehelw.rnatayekjg;-~fgfr. Phld.ha oJ Nta's- electhin, to -sre es lnjeted at
t" "jwu~i-, "" 7)" ~. ....fa~a~p~erz o"f' by "feiI. eatiusas in .~ aty" gl~or o to.. alrd s. o..... .. l.--- zt oatto brybaWdotfle. i n were -f e





r~eaapuIt" -t mie wbold tittredUgaintxth tireom-CompanyBnder
wtso a rJs. gD u f. W ilr i ermnon ordered to every -unfidt.. ...ifea ..r.rgexi .tn.i.heW R u e G 'a t l--
ift a i~ L 'wewhiv- theosternathrog
_Facal u'- - - --o ZI t M- - - --'- -,,-- -o'.o- betst m< ;, tl'e .paf.n tturningrwnd ql y ee it, to ot and debarring fromea pe r. J1ehnx 4; e, ,h,( .. ,n --en
~'i"m A a t: r, ",,l- ta e, e ,di I tt Ir m ,z -voe o4oraie jo anrgo like is: -p. o the same the yw h g, toe actjv, tr e atorp tes.n Weisse Abraham Cruc
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e aboo,~ ws" : '" "" '""" """""' -- -- roaran bek W intb-- e-,rig nd -". p ..






., 411#e e *p"W .i .. __ .e..m b,,-r that in, 18.35 the vote.. ..e A.cide.ts fre ttf wf,. kmridn r.-sOn l ent, ndpthes e thuaretiou tJesse Smith Jacob C Pert
^^ ^ Sfi & :?.f '"^ -**l i- ".,.3,.r. ,,.1,1, ., ,. .,'*,;- .,,k4 'rtt. A.,,h*!. ,lo-.-" ... .. ,,. ,,, Waned,.t^Mung "i*oe"-"" "-" aB.i,.,ied v c ,u, Reorved, TBt e i w ji m .. ..f Jv MU KA! U M LN
.. .. { ... w' '' "" "" -" ----- .... ;" "eTionma- i --t W nsd" eL p c Resolved, That we woulrotpeo llytne!"cor*tad A Bethen af tif Willeeamopelresn
1 1 [ muour, gmn arm opeh mud to Uo ,, w y o u :r oppoaenj. --qe t."- decome -tanI'....... f ;" : iesmwarhchenddeiretd e trus ino te bck ambTavrnonbT!tbsdy fe~eea










t.ecT, Guge- of WBoo t nBobly, theiwife ofJobt cAnnolioyuwas standing plated escorL - l, 'tTyson WaEshe
esBBSB IB"tKId SBen etiPl d eel 4 iiB(tff.tha CrotuW Ienm.AHfuhl~nberg, 40,S80 inLCentre, rsar Canal street NeR York, with her tcpoleed, That we will parade, on the departuriT Jacob Miller (6e usher
S* 't O 94,3 chida t boy in her ar when she was of or guess Philadelphia Fireen hould par- Andrew Miller Wlan n imlemhiiner.m
-~~t^ -~ ~ t~ fI n ~ & Tal-11111 eder e fq' Biuart, as 'w i as 94,0'u3n3 th hild wskited ot a otd the mother Reo dTaac mie ffive beno p. Ward fr he purpose of ieiing a Co
'S ~g ea'ssy ijuegoItaofr dounre nqacorn oitedtomaeotepecesa, pelminrydrrto& TcBtoilniewaooAms HolhansCh
j .. .S' .5 ., ...... .. . b L.e :- Ii nS DI C .Le .. kt. ,g- n a.n tu an c aes. so ... i t ir hnhet ill r ven ns A r f,
a&H I W n l R l l .-* "** .... -- J *1"" -* ro"W M relTte tiOe n....1..ers. aD .. ...- .. .q:q "At J -I- .1 L - ~ .- ,. -, ;~~i n ... .. .. 19l ,..f '-.: "
:" ]let,11We, -%v'" I- *,u-, lot. -, s,,ven "VwM -*- A w,. ~. _tl ist [11 g ow, n amerouh and omonye of ,e thk ornehr.hof Market hanneWwek ...d::_ _",.......t ,J .. J u ... re ti, era I
41 lk a,,t ,, ,h~d ia!! ea di I o .rto G npd.a.] 4611 4hivagh the. "-- '' f' .... ........ e t ei don in the sae ta~ey~ult eje ,;es e bsJu
.4i ~~~~~~~W i.ii,, ,.. ,.b "-t ,fi.v.e, ..W ..astes.a @, at[ r ot ., re ,A~m y -,rOM o.u J~~ne of 7,- O n de -, n t e thu et ., .. -: e e mth ,Pe t
4,1 -1 p-..1 .. -. -,,, .y Ln 4 te,.. 5,84 w ae -
... .. .- _. L ;- L .b oIy h wfo. b,:M not y e saningp f .. .Tyce a:i m se
.i ..~ a. nt~m.,, a~u ~ml)Hn ,i thmbq -:. =! 0,8 :::in ete, rCna sruNe yr, it sr"lungdTatwewilpaulo IteQ rtJaobMirrd an ... op. Ehe
]im~~fi .A~~pt 1hp. o .To : m ~ t .. ew. t yon 6119W NO eigo: bL ".I"" 0ihla, to a boy; in o her jisrn l; "I~n :h. Wati oforgues t,:a~ ilee t iaFr emnsol pr nrwStle ..'enr
.. ~l "aii$ tdb~me itt& Ablay of of! e futongth..W elts and ,10, nm.i s Iae ;dr n,.ta v.etrte dwth u'uheema ,..- ':i'''eC m ite foe ~lg~
... -" ... ... ..: l 4d.. 4h 4l T4.4 rantv ew tte, :..,9403 hccid tattwoi !! e moSe eoli, htao mtte rnesnsia.Wad frleuroeosepnaim
a. qt0rt xaigA


Ke sm In Real Estte-Public Sate;
* ,thf i 4 FARM in Cheiter county, about miles from Fbi-
"itrb. d lade4,-between Dowmngutenm d WWest
.dwtnb willing 1l miles of the L,.nuaeser TUirfipketl
a height oftthe Kaii Road., '
Sah tOn T Si>a,.aeptem'ser 25tb,1838,at 7-'lockjft
.: l evening, will be sold ait public sae, at t" 6
delphia Exuhange, .
A '-' A valuable'Farm, containingaboutIt .,
: ituate in West Wireleakd T6oi pW Chie't
,n, as "cuu,,ty. on the Boot Road lea4inrg fi a vW a,ir
6- t Downington, abouto 3t^itea (romeb, and'I% hs
.. ~from Phitad.elphia, adjoining lUrds of Eli Wbooleto,
'64 650 Conrad Sheare'r, and others. There are oh the pe-
564 '35 mises a comfortable stone dwelling housewit. ,
63N 50 en, piazza, &c end a cellar under -the i tiase;mtk. -
80 100 weln of excellent water and punmpat thedoor~a stone
b .~brn 30 hy 55 feet, with ov.ersh.ot and "graar a
80 stone spring holme over a nevwr-faifingsprfn, larg'
wagon hduoe. corncrib.'and -other out-bqikti an. i"
45 50 in good repair; about 40 acres are woodland 15 of
106. 100 which are young thriving :tiniber,_of atbu.t fr a
five years growth; there is a large apple ur'eh aM4
ept 7. numerous fruit trees. The lardis in a goodi ai -
S78 781 cultivation, having had put'on it more that 300101,
9 'ell of lime, within the last two years; it isdtv ived inw
Sconvenint fields with chesnut fences, haviiw itwfrin
"9 all except one; is convenient to mills, stores and v-
85 84 rious places of worship. Lime may be had within a
108i 109 mile at 10 to 12 centsperbushel. -
93 The property offers facilities for farming grazing r
73J 741 the dairy. Itis oneofthe hantdsomeasttuati Is
72 -v the neighborhood, and will be shdwrlat di tia
73 ''- 7 app calioa to the ownef, Thomas 1*u,-hii *
73-: 72 1the premises. -Ttrms at sale, ..-.. ),.
103J 104 M. TIO ,:,
67 66 sop 10-14-17-3t "A- c .
57 Audt.r's IOiiCe .- "" "
[n the District COurt for the City andMlC--Wrf
... ... P/hidade phia, .-
D Rev. Joseph Benson, _. .'
rJLIA FRAME, vs. S-" F.r u.ne85 : .. -
Gatchell. ) ',
B o nnHHE Auditor appointed by the Court to -epo-t
i ditribution of the fendin Court,y"A~tb"W"
S -' "IF. caae, arising fromthe sale by the Sheriff of-+..7
t. CALVIN F No. 1-All ihat certain three story but 'ekme-
GARRETTr of suage or building and lot or piece of ground, nsits
sage. on the. north-west corner of Cedar-' trf';
roRTH, in the Twelfth street, in the city of Phi lalelpbia'C W
ing in front or breadth on the said Cedar u'Mit7
late merchant (eet, and extending in length or depth norIjaiu
: "along said TPwelftn street22 feet. Hookttu de" owi
,., .ward by groitt nowv or late of Griffith EBasme Wu
I'ratfe. ward by said Twelfth street, westWltd by th*euM s r
suage and lot next hereinafterdesedbeI l and wOtt :
OMPSON, waid by Cedar street aforesaid. Bein g". ;h
.,-,prcmises whieh tGriffith Evans, by i.dq~j dl.
S January 1, 1836, granted and conveyed to John
Gatcehell, in fee; s.hject, *nevertheless, ... it pay-
g'e. -m', nt of a certain redeermble jeafy reo t S", Set '20 80 dollars, t the said Griffith Evaen, his hei05ad
Ori ass.soon assigns. : ; : .,- -
Orleanss, soon No. 2.--All that certain three story brickbuild-
Orlans. sa, a ing 'tnd lot or piece of ground, situate ow ta. nertk,
ies, Sept. 12 side of Cedar street, at the distance f 17. fetwes-
ihbraltar, sO ward frot twf' west ade of Twelfth sl4f/, _q.the
Almbudot troon "V .. ..,
.n.,.soo. city of Phildelphiisa, containing in froni at
LUll, d :lf |X (*UfJ ...- < i /. ,* i ^^ jh
U Prihtr-e, Mi on the'aaid Cedar on Southf street 15 et -
Rvana,Sept.. 9 ending in length -or:deptha northward 4...J t.
woundedd north by ground now or late at GAri
(Miss)4Sept 9 Evans; southward by said Cedr street, eaMtrd by
Mublef, so. a mesuage nd lot above described M 'I. 1a [al
avann n, soll westward-by to ssuageandlot pu
e described as N. 3, subject to a certain rp>a
icksburg, soon early tent charge "f 52 dollars, payable to the l
tarlestv*,,eon Griffith Evans, his heirs and assigns.I
Mobile, iioon No. 3. All that certain other thres story briek
avannah, soon mnessuage or teneme'nand lot or piece dS groN d,
phs,(Fe.) som t situate on the north side of Cedar street, m t
rKa. (F a.) Bag"It -- e i M
rlest n,Sept. 8 stance of 32 feet westward from tde-w et.
avanina, soon Twelfth street, in tfie city of Philadelphia, contain-
reerZ in .thi feet-more e
det~jntheLa inginfonts, indexdotesaidg C -eda tepth'0d-
Letter OflieW northward fourteen feet or more less, the 4hkiol$ E#
iotdropped in being 2, feet- ill depth. Bounded.. northwara b "
ground oow or fate of Griffith Evans. southwm iGr
said Cedar street, eastward by the meeiuite mid tbt
-pt* 1'4I above described s. No. 2, and woeos ,' the
-:. message and lot hereinafter descrlnd a.-ii a -
S 1 DBeing the same promises which Goak l mn& by
amNOrleans, indenture dated January I, 1836. gnrW-.endcm-.
., rveyed to John Gatchell, subject to a certai rrdeem.
tonow-h mdae able year dy-rent- eharge, payabl.,t; the sa, ,1rii. h
- Lub-e ..-,h E ans his heirs and assigns...- t
sj eup *, w ,. -. A. :' .. .. '^
-No. 4.'All that certain ether, _hr.'.. lr jy .
mn,wth sagar. messtrage and lot-or piece of ground, its
S. norh side of Cedar street, at the dM ita" dfZ
i, (Mc.) with feet westward fromnAhe west ide of Tv040 'reet,
w on .., inthe cityof Plaadelphia, contains .rifl
SYork,- with br ..... "^^ ....rf ^
breadth an the said Cedar street115. so
n, with pla dling in length or ^epth northward 14 A fetwi _rtf ar
less; the whole lot being -2 feet in depth. B-R
s fi St Johns, ded north by other, ground now or late a(toS .
S, Evans, southward by the said Cedar eheetqtA by
N "k, w~t- he messusge and lot above de.cibed. a%'Nk.a!.tld
with the n;o" westward with-an-8 feet widealleyrw^I ile'prWd-
osepa )Had. I-ge of the, same. Being the aeue pramirn." ubi
Belie, of Boa. Gritith Evanm, by indenture dated Janeary 1,1836,
granted and conveyed So John GateWl6l1'Bb-
ject to aredeemabt yjeady-rent chart* < f 9l,.
Bined on ac- lars, payable to the said Griffith E~vau.,hia heirs
lazaretto-or- and assigns. o-t' tbi' t"o :;
S- "messurge or tenement, and let or piece ot .
situate on the north side of C$edat street, *t the36-
zent &New- tance of 70 feet weetwird; from the -we~t> 'i^.A
t-n F Ohl Twelfth street, in 'be city -of Philadelpkis emehca i''
une. ing in front on sai-d cedar street I^ibet, -nw
less, the house being 15 feet in front, 'morsfV'(1":ls,
ptaint and extending in depth 30 feet, more 6rt4s.,, i
iiansi,Boston, the whole lot 90 -feet im dept-h; bound- soini'u i
Cedar street, west by ground or -- and east
aptamm y an 8 eet wide. -altey, with the piviiege ,rd. J ame-.Being ie same premsea whiet_- G.bfl
esBurg, Jan Evan,, b-v indenture dated -- ranted atd W


Jans and. veyed toJo n GAtcheU in fee; upbjctolb'pu-
as Hand. tment a certain yearly rent charge o. jIM<*
Joe Hand. l iarto the said Griffith EvanM, hi heis mtw .
i.g&Co. : Hereby notifies all'interested in tshe oam I d ld
Ung. ,4 hat he will attend arbis.off ep, Np. 35 Dodt t.-
'1"-. below,2d,o lb,veaqt,,on Fridayihe .l-t dI.I f
lt inst 'eptember inst. it -- o'clock in the-s*b~ r
Vildea 'hence which tine and place the claimants upon the mud
fund,are required to prove their claim, or be deo-
tion Friday. barred from coming in upon- Bala d "i -n /
5 4 h r'a l w i-, ,2 d . 8i... ". A ,:
HENRY 8HOI A'WS AWIA "'
uytkill, and, sp 10 -di t : '
led fmgih PtIh
,ed falieh- ^"ONE THOUSAND PAI, .
w atNYhk, Mackttat It 3la"I I tMu"t
the hullofa f, W.A iut ArA..f.-
pritstanding -,. Of.c" ffni'a Affairs, .elTt ia,
ean English LEP.ED PRUPOSALS-witl be.reeeived
ccs had been Zfic.nntil I2 u'ctock, M- on Monda? the..
*-- of this month, for furnishing 0Ae lhoh;a0'dl *.
eo fVtenna, MMACKINAC BLANKETS, of the tolloWtl a
ington, NC. tioniviz:. .
,OIUO,and in- 500 pahw 3tf4)t y 72 iacbqs *etffg SPW.
nt,Md, aboui per pair. ', --
rgohaabeen 500 pairs 2 poinhis, 52 by 6)bincn&,wt..tS Ibs.
ices hasgone -p.pwr. ... .
i mples of s chbla.kepi *Aam e wrined ay b:,
the ship Flo- seen al this office. Those urnimshe must cQtl0e
LIin tr'43 56' the d.scrapoi4s and the samples. Th.e m ||a .-.
Gre.t Wees: surely packed and delivered un shipboard a t~sp l,
tok.smQke at on requestaJter three days notice of ecoptanW "
S"rPOrepS Was, wuhout pz3eUeC Re th Unitedl Sta4f An
-..- agent of Wis Depar.menat will reoew- the6ai a.-
c:#. perintend their shipent, r- A dei4toan4teuM.'=
'1of No -th -wil be made at th6 War'Depairtmiaeni od 0 l -.
,1. 1a.th. teable after the' i7th inwt. Other l t ar.bat
held Atthe bids fr the w-ele qtantilay-wj tite t e- ld It "i
' the 13th ence. The priviefe -o rejating atlt..bi|,4-
se of nomi served. Peyaentsa will be Wade si 4 t0&tA.a r
biatrietiend exception f'the rifless am oha. be. o iLby"
na:pctor for qu"sitn' on thi tv'aury. P --'-', .., .
"her- ," tLetters~f cynisning preposma shouM -_" r-
the Inspec. t th d utftigdm it 5dirion i '5401
ir the next Mackinac Blantiew." C. A HAIIS,
so r s 4Q.-106&awilt7 It.
: : .: r '* 2h'%srw .d*
-,' "T s W.ir B'
k - -
4L flL91) PROPOWS% ejg5ed w
., Hl~or Teank Iroe." will iei I NJb
i" .-tlihree o'clo -f,&ho afirAd dy eP
for furnishing and deUivring.it ,j :"U
Washiligtewt, D. 0. ,U thte Piae
necessary fbrthreea ets of 1NU femw1l" .-
from eac.h line; three sets for frigateeg of.the fir, st ,ai
Sfotr afrit'eof the second cli", IL&
.ele, Th, sloops of war of f'tf eirc "".'. A'aciao.,