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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: October 2, 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 )
 Notes
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: UF00073838:00004
 Related Items
Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832)
Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832: Weekly)
Related Items: Dollar weekly Pennsylvanian

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i fArAM-?'REPOBD TO TWELVE DOLLARS. Change of Hour. _CROZET'S THE GIRARD .. h .AewJiushi^ lg*
,,7A. P n Pack* Boat Company SEVEN O'CLOCK TO BALTIMORE. IChep Ornamental and Plain Book and Job INE IN BR&AWC, ^,LS,. UBCJK FalL pAtoeriSh. .lor h
-S-.T, PAcksET LINE P Printing Offce, ANNUITY AND TRUST COMPANY OF, -a U aedenomida' i
Tntal 0 hal T T 8 RVitC.
S .TO -JTTSBUKII, 8 SaB No. 151 south 6th street, east side, 4 door below Pin P-HT.ATDLPIA 7 adopted as the "Beau Mos4Nran4 New or u ntil ug.
eiir 4TAi*TjiiRE BATS ANM A HALE, -'fEA^mOAT LINE P HsH ould be worn by every gentleman ebL, Pt aUhkfrHIcA
16AMBA LN Chemut St. .tadere aedbietesstal rthEcati.Emu
+,-- ,,m.lf.a % lmm Starts Every morni" at 6 o'. l A B~ ,l^11'U,,,... .. .. .......v_, / / lOttt,15t G nu< s<. .+ > e mtat derreB 16coiabne the ewentiah fortlhexavation, fmh
-.- LADELPHIA 5Jte, Of Qb *j -e' andutility, in dati-nand Poe.tio. ,
t- ..-.clock, via Philadelphia, Ltasar.. ,TO BA- 0E AN LFRIUO RA E, Capital OT300 ,OOOoa, ter e0dutnl *M ,,n d1ionanrPv o
^*.^ ,JNWff tercJ and-fHarriaburg #ilRoan -VIANXW CASTLE AW FiB^citTows RAILRoAp, PWTE~R~UL SX i ^^r^^ ^ S S
tat avery Morungv a atm! 6 o'w Ti 0HB g B. A' L T, I II 0 1 E that want a Serviceablp sad Cheap shon "daop ito mnd brick aaod
-n' l ,a .... Ill, .bnr. Only 16'r lNSMile. LIVES, P R Et Ua L in" TO---AY bu "
a thee 9vs teBroad Street Housi, car On and after Monday, 27th of August, the Morning -nens gra A iiwe. an .o. w .
... +- ,- .. ... mlmae oa so eral~y ha mv.olve taiylahu xpt aunIm h f se~llig the ,td uctt
t ,' upk- p oanra Vm, s'iaet, by new .and splendid Boat will depart at 7 o'clock, .A. M> ---- -- the contin e. y o lie .cceF T_ r a_. ... t......a. .m .. cit t, h. n di oi
eaht rs oft very bestdescripti.on.. H M teambat R oberM r, Captain Douglass, b.. lo... o B.. ...s t

.and for eomfrt, beauty.and convenience, teiot su ner, aad always connecting with the -Bay Boas fir o o"ne in trust, anI I iteri. + s I-d L- a ,^ "
'.s, itihe. United e ,. Norflk and Charleston., Lif I; NSURAN( -J11,a-'rM are..... low, s D IP- At f OS .R C .- .
very sertion will be fB Ae by the tproprietors of THE AFTERNOON L ANE n, ". a.-- ,a tho of n -f In. th .. .. .


^.*a**ie'tot...pnrinad od t ra 3- Frih ept ddiymbt street AUTA U tV.s OWN am ofic lath U io. IAA II. At.l^" o SUea~ T~OtW$ a bo^ Ik, fu
t ie make it worty the patronage of the 4a Per steamboat O s, Davis, will leave Chesnut steet LL orders in his line of business execute at the ate for ur J 18A 5n tet ?
-.velfing public whar, d;ily, (except Sunday) at half-past-1 o'clock, A shortest notice, such as Election Placards, Auc- Age. For ly"uz Farep7 yeas Whole 16ife RBW AND FAIIIQNAIL c.f
Office-N. E. corner of Fourth and Chesnut street, P. M. after the arrival of the morning bot from New- tioneaers' Bills, Catalogues ,usiness, Party, Ball and. a d, tt a bata- an at.-an


^ ^ P T S^ ." ...../ ". "te ", ". No oT~xH T.T ^ ^ < ....^ e*" % 'e "=== = t -a,8- .. f ,(UAMERON,- A e.Agents. eve ing. execide on bo IB. ... 10 31-.., .....6 ..... .
i" "u .. l er petmerOindnoaraer In a very sup rIerio sty le, suchas Banners, des Hat -A 1 31 1 3,._ r, Tuem ..t ,
maagsob fi d 200 arketstreet; Fare in either Line, $4. Tiipi, Car ds, ,s3nen tlem e -n .B1eas ga 163 2a7 l s .... ... be
.'& k. t nir e of vo and 'W tllow s veets; at th e We et All baggage at the owner' s risk. itA S, eaantl men aan.ited 5 1 3f8 3 7_ .. A r g S md (T ^ w t .. beg o h L?
heitae fotaie. corner-of Broad *and Raoe streets; and N. DAVIDSON, Agent. on e may Sur fe i 40 1 61. 93 'S r s e ro n of Fashioe-




F^Psiaas eot. NjcpirVreadcodts z)FehtopchddiyibohLn. G TA'VSC> ~~^ V.f TOWN ates and t.lwpie asat,^^i yothP^ ereshtai1n the*P^y ?~tober pxi
au'5-tf PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL 209 4602- 3 58 ent in tiie ei)~.t~ate~os
HA" Cur ordran oruole'4
TAJ4',GRAPH 10 NT LINEP it New, Sibee obtrde adM Crin a St f t artn erg Melchanti suple arnfhl tostlient ecomereies.
T M ,.Xi n^ a No NOhrT SitH an nfdg Fhtnss inFwaio r F7e Woe ee gots d Jo Prntr, 3 and tie of e tois bolaos
10~~~~~~~~o 1 th E1 -AL Y14*f
im oE PCTFULL informs friends and G O S TTi~ hl fe,~ '
the apri depons ili
theaa~omBMWiu ofmgats public ghrLYj that he has commnenced the- eja Prindfa eiuil"jl"a anl
the W- business in the second story of the haousd C+ THE* PZNNSVANIA COMPANY war d 411 ki wid l be mudh to- trw' ing fi
dh. ,ote, tre a- f Aoficfbck, fd r Pitrtsbu;g, tied by Richard. AeD Age.ee rtst, where he As well ives. 1d PU3 otts vle JA
*RAILN .wtN. d gts. Ral LIe prepared '2ahr daily to execute Printing ofevery decr 1 9' ipt l"ion,0 ino0 an .not tL lo Urm %dth
~i~en~tanaR i-ods 4nd Canals.8014WW -a
the neatst mannrGandPonmoderat terms..... a iaoes, Camnw-e~a~hta~tn Oin ph~aeed u on the and pw.fib ae,


Th' neL an Cr of 2 'ck Ps up nei d nw and, swift steamboat TELEGRAH t atPHest modr;ats. GranS1i Aheaoatlatgees eoa. ... iiiiti'oft
i. rso CttI asfn wl t ve e Wpt, "taqc -e"n*a-ne a' d uir- s a; ss Aos "5 are daily "'in
6og'floi~bu table. man'nef, and "naners can cok4"ptinAiVEiwil-evete atodook pteinss ddesPrfssonl adV~itnb'VEaope rteif ra num o feIa-onivm tetwIffFaraft thmeir- il. -,teD il b eay o es
STl- t ,, D fiteduin t t ever moving^, ,imnat 7 oaok, for Wilmington, CARDS, hanrdareinth motrfasht onabe H --l' Oat.. 1n me1rs, 1 W

'" ^ I n "- '-'-' T-" ve Lin fa ..... i soice "~sn e 'nd.t -& p arfame.. % .'r ,.t ^ S lre b3M- -dt -3 AL .. .. VA r U',CH ST eu deo g e
i o ro"sJ, h m odi rte stre evey h.s oe ly 'tdr m os f oe, uond H
boat for rae. ln w t r s rs e from thence passenger' take the Rail-Rfoia. ri i t Bak on ae nery man I or y ar; e. ranges greaily beloA ,brin.. rates, and wio ns*'. 6 Je S e cep orw -7t
fthi r r pov ,I arr vin asov u bein proieed irLa 's s in, lri hew M ercn d Itory thSr.c dayhof,-t Rw eePA Aw
For passage, (which is lowerthan by n other i Baltimore at o'clock in the afternoon, in ample ALSO, insure a follows, z
S ) lat the Ollic 51 Chesnut street; at the time to connect with the Norfolk boats, and at the Prineidg in, d, Silver, Bronze, ad Colors, war- t efr n 100 D llarse, N. -rMerh qn l. er t i d t
S p' ton e o rr Water dChenut same depot with g ne r f ttean the lines for Washiagton City and ranted to adhere with an unfadin. For I ir. For 7 years. Whole Li& goods to tdeec ivin D eo at.rbelw rdaiy and tofurni b l
ld N W er + G. V. v eso o T. will also ex. cute in a supror st le, and per annum. per annum street, as the ir be uc ls.a t o e -- o s
r, 4 piu ,r t IerN cC t .. At Li. t hVe atge of 0 years, 92 ci. 98rs t. 176 cta. Schuylkill.'- B'hC>t Fotcan uId
S, TUSnOL &'HARRIS, fr Ln at e"e, '. 2ai otaRzr 21dtf
ayt Agents. Will luar the e Office, No. 280 Market street, daily, Bill Heads, Handbillsv r u ae i w "oi e
.. L ""L(exce pt Sunday,) a o'o Passengers b ,s Catalogues, MPHLDLHIA. T21 : Crc an 31 :af thealcug ls Qd1t 14591
"s ow hhll L n e Lin nilr in Baltimore at 8 o'clock i the Rfenon n am p C cl ars -tff B, .39. .. .. f cob-


V aew hth leaARS ta P.lc t P R a ST.d Bil --- 1A- 3TG1 the same.= wil. at inb e oh theo n..... Bills,
A N D SA GS FOR eve ing. o Horse i will be at Che kso Ste m ati ll of ths St1ve aW Pe9 o8e JIL."Ju rihe pate to th p
imeR :arLt denti l e at W stee lkg. wa o the arrival oft the boring Line fio n at C t he e ks, then'ift..d e siBranest 114food Inth cor o Maa Lane d York, c -,ssengers fre of c e jo th De- Bills of Exchange,.., Way Sills, 50 24 "- p2,, and alo pate,
G.BillsfLed...,Clt, ,i op aea othL, Unmed do t wt t l Wh w ity u nd b ehs tol ate ofne 1asseofgr No f. W hole tgd the D-Bim LainClot, T ,t A adt ae afe th fban
$". pa.et Pti te ns dwTaorngfthepceen Pot Rest. (e "l l..inee aVt wta t d l Policies of lasurnce, Indenture s n Prm t oA Ai e s tret U eay. ItOwUemuhI S pfopnAL
J naersevn,,, t u t 't S ro e y an ad t the srtet pe an wO Perance Mail Uve.-Ieave all t 3 o' o,, P M xep. tlil .. .C to o ftr r "9
000 A Blanks of 'every desip.. or, Paper;''. SEAr_ W .. ta e r
S- corner of Broada and Vine streets,.daiy, a Wll leave Nthe Offce, No. 280 Market street,daily,.(ex- lion, Diesl ,e-ds do and o iallyH N,3 coil ME3NsC ... an hp tOiea).l f soto t ady nofea th
'vtl ( e pt day ,) at 5 o' dock, Pas.g r Detda, -do. ., ...- .. .


oTcI3,_A. M. at 10 O'clock, A. M.drr ind h olck day at 4 o'clock P M ,o Labels, do.'dom Rea e pts, tn fel- How ao f a'p '
.. ,. noarenowinkineo e The Cars oft the above oi aee s ap tss c.e L ity and Atrictpotts ma tioet bi se shWeaettas
4 fnefssfvm AUeAy BROW_ Paphet, Caods, e7*ec.e
Tbhrug. in 50 hours. T nor construction, h having eal m convenience necesa- Placards, P l o p .. ti ates tn e""e. a a m --d C C AO
S apply at either. of the following offices, ry for the comfort of passengers, and apartmentex- B,-Engraving and Cor ti na rin-- lL
.viv- No.20M e st re N E.ao, 4 a d u f A e a d ate a fa l er- 2f eicit. HMare my corner. '- 4th 'hw l ts l -i forn cash. I S t a e f,
Chewut.-strebta; N. &. corner 3d and Willow streets;, vant. MA Ly -R Q .Zf t.N THE, ST4TE Or 'y WILd
^ n^b uAtret N. ... ou85Chere hnut stret c otrFreighta wi be received at ta he ,office, foot of Dock .aee *4 Au.m. '


...tqji carri ,h r awegc e Uiifr e ann e .oa w Corf an y te carryvlo theh _,Mas rand Li ne et frm w Che eks, -Se ambo, Bsqllsrc ......t, ... (C AR E Pfl._S,, T_^L,, _jadii -h mine(m, .h. ......k~r~r t., :_ _he ooatlt theoae padr opsi
<.-TW .- htnu tf sre No. 5C st street; cor-ner t "l s tdin Path TT s u St.ve PENA e "" Capital Jm f an l50 ,099. ? ".lwailOS d]U idC u net
.ae indtes or a t the Depot. street n di n o forwardd dailatna .voerere Indue areAN UUenCtRrSoBS and m1entC dO. ra ae reduce prIihce.Re aoroaandI-HI i hereb AY SieUa lAOB l TRhefaT u ia ed B. ..
(. D UCK & CO. R ? M W Jr. Agent, w l at. JA M ES E bus neas, of w a batera sec urity, 4d N ii ,
fc 1"SA' Jei 1^.1 je fPropre'nd sold Ao lES E P i DE taoN, Ay rre ofadypai endepouiveo all n.iad Ev ehalt in the eoV nteo B t ona nd t ate of
eth'ei oFc- eW A oAN2 E MaretN s d- ..tan .-- eaith Gaaevrd ueildngsa, No or a rkero t o d ree, ax New ersreyu. ." athrk the yiar Buiddes --No.o a 406" M. r,.m s tIe t
,, 1tiee dcoerIoU na etrets .d' t. .r.e,. ..... on ,wc. rvel gt,,, g A an tsn e. a, Aug Des,-ost. .15,13H.^ jt sAu cri.b.e ls; .,-,,of allthe r etad .te,rea.at.d f or A Toy RIVrot ae
l an o rne 01.t. a 1olcA .Mo o, ed s fo l W eeli ngr T R ept Co mpany are .d ng the atPtentignnf te nd t reoto asnds all Jvt" te neib
ir nvn a n tU. STATES MAIL The objectaie athoormn io aheth
-l'Pi fN O CA CHARIOT ..... .... ........... LINE for a~ w" Pamhlets,' Ctstruetc. o tove are ...... -- this .. ... .L_ ....~ gave-~ti~. a i stii J b ,! et, mi' t p n then tn teir i4, as w
SDepTur daily t- otorn unlock, aA. i Wheelinge Cincinnaes m. .ti. --to besimple, so t a t. undtr a o asmla o w Sv anredd i ml th
M--+-- .. frn'h co.. r o hecmotr rnenen rm ntrx ;"" ofBra adjJ o sa e.st r*~ .. .m- SiXmmtt;R i doI-erl ..... i* ... rr-o-,




anpl ftmothe Moayi n of c ... Maysville-three be easily ma taged-to be Thy will receive o dosit, fnd allow the- e a a p e ...t l tm
.Vine .tree, via Colu.ndrbi s, FRail,.K._ _. q. -e beee op #x rat ....- i.a t i
ltra l f o l .'. 1 o 1ets i 4 hs ti a t s l .. M 0 o ble o. f affording a mild or in-. They alsodie, deive, as to be dr awlkn a with ot delay. ,Z E5Dh aa WoI.L on ep -to urr bp
if,'.,d'ately ,hrlu ia th through to"Whein t^ese hea t.l, Mac 13.88 .e e. ha according to-hom thth the pleasure of tihtee which noO SH Po p.f..
.'there. tko -ke cars across Kh.-Portage, Rail-Roadto horb, daily, at 4 oklck, PMWon the arrival of the' weathcr-t preserve the air disallowed The, no '3ho ao e fl int9 o'clock, A. M, Sf ewtemher loth, 1838.




.. .. .. .. ..H~ B T ^^ 'g^ .p ^^. ..n r .i.^ ^ ^ _.. ^-- g + th .bh_ ....._o -. "* j t- w o ^ ^ w 4 4 ^ '- + r: t i. .a.. ~ ..^ ., -_< ., ,,: +V. ,. e a o D n n I .L u s a ~ r m e g ,. _-; ,,-- id,- +,s + ,, -- -,
Johnstown, fro thence, via canal. to Pittsburg. M r rom York and IhiJadelphia. frecr*enr thity Sprop et ye', p ie la iirdi eay we. gll u thvi. *ep go e m re t r,
I*- Throutgh in ferar days and a half.. NEW EXPEDITION LINE leave. Baltimore, inconveniences from dust, and finally 4to be cheaof ,Odu- fleeis rn tilla5 P. At F thxk r ar
The R-oatn'd Cars, during the winter, haye been daily, at*44 o'clock, P.. M.through to Wheeling i 52 rable and economical in the use of, fuel.- flow far By oder of th Board. OFFICE' OF E Dis sia
jedftted.,and-are now in e~pipletc ord the care have hours. this apparatus fulfils these conditions, may be infer. A. B.' DOLT#HERTr, Vaihiei. No. 117 suh3 tPalad hF6 88
albeein; placed on eight wheels to iireursaf~fy. The RELIANCE- LINE leaves 13aftiniore ever morn- red tromt the following certificate's and recommend&- aut 31--dtf F'Omenthei to.ateps nM ugldm
boats being l r3o and commPrdious, affrd every ac-f i lio. uIs and h -
eweinpdataoju for the comfort and convenience of faa- a co, throu to heeling and 52hours. The following testimony is front gentlemen residing THY ?ENNSYL*ANI4,, COMPANY FOR "c ty persSogn; a
", .1 liberal fowonl a ^.^ etsn-43horAl the aove Lines 1t td lad aL i w lese heato isco rdug to th ee thp ppruranoatten g thwat ti.... A wrtr .ear F3ssB
'n~Uis iidafllng wf t Ther is. also abv Lie ag ic..R~ail RadLLL to Preder. in -this city, who- used them in their fitmilies during taiuttce it is deem~g weds ofteol rc f(a ad n f e tad1
< Tiootr te b at bo d i bag g tTih e a s blo ec i o T subscribers have at contract with the Rac -the past winter: ese-tpeeNetEaS i saee oiv S e o o ,. an S ch.u so ut okwn oj t o. ,'I i fr s floe' fr b
e ailt. .l a-,-^^, rfi= ^"s -,, I. in Sih c0 e r
Iwe dlvarzied. Passengers- on this Line can have oFrom Alexaner Henry, Esq. 254 Arch street- (CHARTER P TAL)Mi em ineso a t wo m eu ko, yrdlwthS huhb
ter ta baggage go hmgh with them ott the to afe C rompandetoerty rthei t hais ben meade he s cr ha use st Stov a thee Craa d Lit $500,000. Abuph to ma rketado or sithe -Cyf a ps,. ac ole-T owne3













_VheA~~~tttted~~fattst Maeercl a tro L es ar agmndst delvetyaragmn hoo s i tbr"" In TF usrbrm C har s usd Olms t .24Ged s nu Stov al th and Trus C ompianyo P hia dephW in $500,000u.atdwthM ayo p h sb, ~ w ^
sa1meoo b -'o t ^e. tano ods~l to ensure coMi mfort an reundar hey p h. laste water in his hal, breakf pt room. ano d chamber., a t ill Co nnuranc.dag eeac Live%, at sea or on land- All the MO Ia (, .- e v t.. e fa.. ly pt dldh.
The ov ine e atr Pta b w a diy NE Prore TO (o leatened atiol a Bine h a dethe urha whech o was caaor iu wiot ind e n illam-d-il... a oe P i.erhi. in, l o te.. C a y' a. Ya.o, for.ntv Frort y dwl
S of steamboats, rurhing Brtitolr hnc oavi l en, all timesbe found at t following places, -Bal d in relation t tthi us On trial however, all kind of c ontracts in, i ts a e of li-f lw k Me Stre B n r, pl l
CityiJ~,~. ous Jaicksionville, Al- viz as-, h" evaati foun them toow r
allbeewn,plaeed ony eaight whead to S. tsafbty -Thene RE rAnd nt .sa T.i~me 0 dayso,.mat ..... .... ren o f ro tih e onsumedlhow evg terxcedcates and Iesuean-es on i e.. .cted. his 1 r- 117s An expcttins ,e aea an=i.. iv .r....a.y.,...
.ti#t Li s a ,sAore, red. c erick, Hagerstown, Curn d ihen orthmbsrlandUnoed heis e ir Th e ring otree, Wit.. oI CHu* in.S Trust, the- Qopmt haveme ere sted matn Sh to par i A tf
F or'i'hq aOppats 'e-loweek, 'W.s1hebtn n an..l.. eai m an are wut:oriead to receive ii ,cute "trusts of and deliver it fo i t ofer, wtrac st nyan
orpassage a which Trvllt Agents ares spo- 51Cetht' IFiladelphia, Au gait 15, 1838.EnLn vr ecitoa t'h~ fie o lliso h iyai'Dsita h elwn r
~ ~ ~ ~~ In ad ito to whichck Travellin Age +" "+.m unt a mu an an ev r desc.gl r i ptin. A--- '- i v, ..,, .-.,.-.,.1, m esc om t x

s t r e e taT d c o r n e r o f 4 t h o d "he s net te r edee t s c y sa em pip-cn s t a n t l y b e t we e ngo len d f t h e mL-. l E
SJOHN CAME RON, town and heelto ng llw s -lto u. l 'rt, Pu a rieeu wo A. Q
Se.li'CU Allabse. r iea r. x. Ja, -on, Es No.35 Walnut street., SEARSC. WiLK Aofa le B o itke fin reen e Bd -l on -e
A.' B.'CM IN S IgIp shall be promptly corrected. During the past winter, Ihave used Olm~td'sPa-) 1 3agc'*0S,.1' Unbr~ken and Eg. -'60 h usrbroi
4-`.a bai, g lv' al uso tbe e .Cir ty, th JWackenvou", A1c tmr s, Fredrit Stovew au .aI.. nd t h aem founc d them, e ithetau he y us ee ofvle-RcieM u nq,. the -~~. Wi,,lia.rx Parket,. ... .. .., .. ,

",~ a'as escrdatteWthue o- -e Tqseas app1l- at the General Stage Office, Bar- tetSoeando have found them waith the us ofnth H Man GratzWIha-Nkt Nst,,(preparedfocoigste,) 50 inw chle-eds's
net of0herty and Broad streets; No, 000O Mvarket st.; nam's City Hotel. STOCKTOI# FALLS & Wt~. Beaver Meadowm Nut-am Coal, too beit easil maagdan val
N., j4c. ceoe of 3d and Willow street,; and at the De.. ap Whelng -cleanly,nwith great economy of fuel and s~ to Joh B. Kitham, -o Mecei e flivits fro cn ts person, wles tha te Jiu iii. be.ee : iohn a
Pst, raqa qcfaVine -nd4Broad ht reets atmosphere. r, therefore, from experience, re- ElieoChaa Od wBththcau l'
PEat. 3tLwANad -ANe)ng AllCAMD EaN & AMBOY RAIL ROAD L tIN-E -commend them to families all an article of comfort nS by '- nuldr s (nar t o
The sas~n~dFOR IVE7V YORjK,9 and economy Mathew C. Ralston, 1'oa .Cesn red'k Brown, cor~ t n hs~.4s p~r tgto ib
.1 6 o lka,... ,.rb r t c t Philadelp M arch 13,u1838. aCharle D h ', feb -," Th o a ne 8 .... con
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11 n 1 .qang 6 o'cock A. say Charles Dp -- i n. 'ohn 0t ed-'-u'Wd
4kom, ax-iu se h next) to f reward ods to ,Cravenfoot of Chesou; at., Having used- during thempast winter five- of OlG.H Tire, Fi Wiiamr Co. Josep Evans,( W
u -Ptdm-1~Ume rd~rel ala cok, A. M.; (Sunday's_ excepted) for tes'SoswthnihaifcioIan ihcr.OF THA S COUXTV: 01 PHILA" LPHIA4 A at this Office.--~o rte'at~ia,
voi oe Uail Road,1in-aequick tme- r~~n.tbi~t ot Aibe btth oma minet thin Caia fle' ut.1i Law, 40,000 dollarinds.& S iLA S .'. Wlititst ew Rc
a n fda t y a n d b y r a n t h er L i n e .. ) a l y'st.; Car- s a ndit H e n eto e w O YTe r M dtor bX s t e m b t kr etey m w ith ..co n fi d e n c e s a S ean r. t
to os s f ayo .red ane.. riving early in the afternoon. Baa h-geya uniformity of heat, with the gtest eco. Ch rte -Perpetual. small Cod, suital .
~wa ~ r gnat *) ~ \~y y ~ $3 00 properly manage, free from dust, and are in every tic stonre 'or frame buildjing#,vesols-un pert,-.,-'U UID
+ I~t,. er a g ~ne, &nd B-oad ats ma $7-. tf a rtmos her be st adatedeore, foro me xr Np ar tmen ts nre. "o..mls m ta e rp...h s
aihi nd" .....id-..god.o.~ rge % Frwr Dc, 2-- t anhact coal. glumber yhardn c hadse funues nodr opOrtydeBrwitsh th t u h, eevdatth e whayiiC r; and I c lon t ains.15 bL O
o P adrss&nYfrwVdd-withuAc~~ .of corn -- TAMDeN BrunAMwickI 2ODL N cmen hmtofmlesa narilCtootr Z; tm;.' ~rte 4., y .' .... ,o, ;,=: ,
J+ ~. o 'aMES, STe EEL. & CO. To Princeton, 2.:k ua .tum.Philadelphia, MAugcs 14, 1838 -+ of, hewey d...ription, 6.. N anympsrt Cofmteonitd 1 re'HORATI, coroPorER Ma T fre m ie .....-wI kuot er r t uer La.



_Afth --et .w. + ..To.. Frdeeh~nt" se oldwth 200u StattI anwih e s, against los o r dPHIge byPH'&' t ed ttsAe cy h" geuneMio 's FII, or l AQ isoitr be t (
NEWvna3 etlod ~mete 2.. 'LIN h 1q0, outREmb NTON AhpCpli e catios eIthe esnlo ylefr tM. -V eaA ~ig ) s.. Meiinso the,.B.W.C. ofM -y I~. t,:.w



--- -LL C. L, tsun.. Vta ,don b h 'cokLn Bot Sieve made w.thr plan bycPonfi essor eoomm tedo sth e et. wil be .am h e gm ubpo Lwth a00 delay s. 'ptiNe YokorfmyulapineAaes biielyiaedntw
J-, havn soi atedtes e togtherL unde the rE, A STO Ne LI Ne Yor foseabr. hc t is.intended, and o flfi alltheproise .ruorsa '- Lquntrta, ~rts Clegene ofd Hnealt,)efd s Klegta 0o:t, n het
i,, moaio .'rhne will.. be prpae to .. prpr rr g ,freev aet atn 30 rdsnsort e heat; much stavng offel is vr thus the Penston-or rai ~wxn f-raid s uvancesm rt r- I hav acpg th reepctyu ',e 'wihfi a uue.f h
W tte,.a po'rtragec. ._ + ... A SEE O All baggage at, th ris of $ ~ tiurhe net bpetad te fo hetn aar ets treols, ilsb sbeLarance ofhothe'stove, e c ean me"sin lns.l.a, ,oniLiv...b..S...or Land." tdeRsn
:.!otInsan epenospatl-rto~m cnsgno-t _r ... ... .. wth ntractecal isinie, and -ute and Enow ets granted, on application- a,-- g in t he t a gency o te saleu 'of my me ..ss o. "jto ', th
-ToNe Bube'c ... lube y -ds HMer andt furAtu p and roper, of.. .N...h... va'" luable farm bcn tin
s .a~ s"u owre-ihu l fcm may]'' o. ..ed thisI. -+ to .. H, o Barjbut th e mon H g b en, 1~g r37,ho- rate1. ..r.. .ti
R.r.iLROAD..+ New ,rg orli ofoAripeditonnin te dlvr publdeplicappoa amog sth numerousI eanid- of $EAeRSC dWALKtmn 'Actuary, Jmr ayo24the Uis~ no te wy.t'i Aheicfdmwhomy!n .tdi, ti
dal,.z.h ...ydsrbl t issao of. Philaelp ia October 1 ta38. -/e AJhainzte amson Por by letr rtt eo fery.o,-teujc of th afec f atm re.H~~lle i
.... OhE R t Sae M al A d PAiothdiaesbu he year Prpretr ofN the WasNgton, Linaeea i uefohavekasne' of th e C VD by th rar Lfnuac Anenlatvaa Mdme .f e .,f +...
.. l .aearneet odeie od itbugi rmCalsD MeisM 84.henP t rice of adTuth Compan .cre of 6thl a ndel a W -o IHaecm uitdwthM Tylrnthe,,sub.. htowen, wre thoimr.e aaw,
O,..ndeD I 'L an afterthur sdy.h IXDA S anrde atowb the f ollowin rices. In. am .. ote to thea n ..cturer h e.u.. o bs ,.,e.,'The T....T.....P. nd,, .. ;ANS- IP o.ya, aplcanh ceoti on, y an b~ he hoob r to bed,a m eads- of the.fa... ar..e -ort.
streets pa Eing icEO G MU H L A., F et rno, cornr$oIThir 1Y a se d inee andfinding room e whic whe cUld ne ne r ..l.r.thrws. ,'o ofyd (Sigmed) A in-,- thirty- a......... of. ,...... .....,,, tee the dawellar~ n ea. i e .0 i... "-oeuttmumoo w

.. ig.. own,4-. [byemal rdab ooad f rtoeS. A oy,-hnce Ane d in. thNew usaltie,(0dy,)a _1dcto of which consmd a whoesoer atmuchplarere i qpouant .itys ter atad Insrances onnLives.elw. Of: c 15forth..,a k -. -- pla, usiblygdrcl n+omm
... steaboat..... ;- CAIJM.. ATSN,.getA ts pethreons tprwhehte oalisigntetoad sellesanthedow ecows undernneath;tona a puotimpiin i0tl
zI+,-1i:V, r.... .hP l ANDTR -r 0cet pe hude p -- ad !n theaoepie o coalthancyous Ith i nk d ,with t h iehms teoia Chre sntsttc roiee,. N B.7W~RICh ARDS Preiden. _.sue...m th .ec'f-' th.. ..fmy~me cri~ ubs. b arrak m ot- tn i!41 L4rJJOWL VVV '""ApyatteWrhueNs nd2Cnrladtufrabesoeta aeytlad n o ~REW sH raue. PnAn'UAUebU~~~J''1,W ffutr ~ p


4, 1 et o.^ Sna' when. atvst ^a6. 6 'cloc,, A pply at. Ba t re oet O. ad D know I have had many ofI di0e ent constructti and Jo H Wae. JoASH, t u a-rd C enrl-. -- haven1ot.a he "b.uLf4,ware vari Gety ofeyruit res s;o
._ W ,'; o Sudys whe it strt a6o'lc, A. Blck--odstret Actury. tdt hav no their.. a
o., apa through to New York in 7 hou. MOORHE t Id py of d rent cstructionnd JOHN Fo JA GtaE Yr24es o t
-' itirWfd States Mail Line starts daily, at 54 o'clock, t, h" id t S t 8 RE OVAl'' 6b Wall street, New Ydrk. ty young phe.ut' trees. w
P. M. arriving at New York the same evening at 2 Change Of toU Philadelphia, Sept. 5, 8. A M. WILKINSON respectfully forms hi. The following agentshave been duly appointed for same monre tM res ul ..e
o'pck For Ch ng ofL 11ho'iyouhiaepi- larndidsuabette
o e for Trenton, Bristl, 4c. taken b eithe For Wilmington, Newport & Brandywine Springs. ,Extrac.t from an article published in ihe Franklin friends and the public in general, that he has thtion f the ,urche mony
removedr hi-ha n ahoal LTIG Seth Smith, south-atcne f5hadWlu
lInes. C. mNK1~E, On and after Tuesday, journal, as the result of some Experi ts on h f he Pou h- one O THseo
Agent. .a 28leavet ffice o.90 Temperature, connected with-the the use or Pao- Carpenter weets, &aakspear Buildings, over to the -Mr. Eli-ah LawsopsSeaS
T-,,W. + o lu.... l,"-. _________P,~ Rtrig il .D h onMce 5 o~hS t
X. p t o n Marketstreet, at 5le t o'elk, FESSOt OLXSTnD'S STovE. ByJ GaiscoM, L. S. E Corner of Sixth ad Minor streets, Hiralammer, 7 north Seond P" T
t"'1-*1.- To t"e' ou lc 1 are stet at 5 o'c k,+J= =" .. John Mecke, No.35nothds.spl.lm".,,a r,,sre
...-.. and.Phi. ...-_.hi ... r _C,' P. ".-Returnmig, will L..D. below Market, in the rear the Schuylkill Bank, :in mithfied, near the wami
4 7un+de asd anda elia S.teamoat Ferry o _leave Newport at 7 o'- After "registering" many interesting and impor. where is constantly on hand $ extensive assrtment ,io Noice. For fher pa
_h abv n -C a clack, and Wilmington at 7J. tant facts in referezo to the stove, he.adds, "But of Ready-Made Clothing, consisting of- A .e Co u, fi ,,-a. m- e Fofrtr .CH
com meTne a rove namn n -Con pay S e Fare to W ilmington, 50 Ces t her at tw oh a v t i th ct London Frock and Dress oat, from 1 t o0 Dhe rc t r e cty a$d .co $2 of up 24--dtf
mter or Hook, .2 n.. 25 Frock' do 1- 21d
6ntnl ewe a-which Professor Olmsted has adopted, First, by i- D 6 2 oBu o 'd 6 2 oihSeat P~.-T te e~a
boats, plying c6nstntly betw n Wal- Onnibusses will leave Newpprt for the Springs, on Do Ble-do do 16 l Jomah Stewart, rWer
9 ,ut street -in Philadelphia, andtheir wharf in Cam- the arrival of the cars from Philadelphia. creasing the extent of heated surface so as to pre. Do do Dress ,do 15 2 v. Vend. Fap. June, 1838, No. 16. FOR SALE 0
'd1, atth6 reduced rates of Fare contained in their jy f vent the iron from ver becoming o hot as to lose Do Greendo ido 15 20 JohnHoy. ) The SOUTHWAR
Charter, and solicit a share pf public patronage. i -- it. s polish by oxidation, and thereby not only to be. Do do Frock |do 16 21 A LL person interestedin thefundarising from the 1 tdel hia. It js one of
Goo a dn k b nd s horse at their A 1 isant aiy C urso come itselfrapidly deteriorated, but also greatly to Do. Olive do do 16 21 Sheriff's Saleon the above execution, of all toated in dPhiadephia'and f
,Hotel in Camden, kept b JamesElwell. At WaLnut Do. doC Drs do 15 20 t certain lot or epei
s .treeta t th TO FfTNhHOWN AND Ln o inure the uality ofthe air Second rho cold air Do do Dress do 15 20 thut certain lot or piece of ground, situate on the south my of arrangement, perhaps T
of custom, an er, until theirson to attel, now undto e wantr s The Baltimore Line of which enters the room, and necessarily forms the Do Invisible Green do o 16 So side of Spruce street at the distance of 16 feet east. 'The buidings are of good
ofinihtomersd. untiltheir otellower stratum, fl oaaows towards.. Do do doFrock io 17 2 ward from the east ide of Schuylkill 3d street,in the house and Kn are capable
P. S.-h-Ferrag cents. For Freight see bills on s tree wharf, daily, af 6tove an ascen-. Do Adelaide Brown do do 17 2 city of Philadelphia, containing front or breadth tt of malt per annum; theSchuy
S--Ferragd 5centg.JOHN W. MIC ls on E clock, A. M., and 1I P. M. ding in the open and heated cylinder of the radia- Do do do Dress do 16 20 the said Spruce street 18 feet and in length or depth toevery part of the Brewery;
i board D oH do doID ewK L,,
,_p -d Secretary. |klo" ,rPersons disposed to take an tor, foaims a rising column of warm air, which by Thick and thin Pantaloons and Vests of every de. 97 feet, to a court or street intended to be be laid out of six horse power, ftt- bes
A ee Excursion for the day, will find the trip to French- its diffusion produces aiuild summer heat through- scription; thin Frock Coats, atees, and Round Jack- by Joseph Stewart; bounded north by Spruce treet, order for grinds, mashing
" ." teamboat Ilnurlington town and back a pleasant erie. out the chamber, rendering unnecessary the evap. ets of every description; Shirts and Shirt Collars, so by said courtoretreet eat by round raste, pre, Cooler andVatsareot
;. .v.a FOR- Fare to go and return by either Line, $1 00 oration of water to counteract the usual deleterious Stocks, Drawers and Suspenders. 'Also, Gentlemen's or intended tobe granted to John oy on ground Vats wilt hold over 2500 ber
BIT.L.t ,-, ANDBODRNR T, W N,'m .. N. DAVIDSON, Travelling Mantles-all in the same proprtis rent, and west by ground granted to James Bogg on the whole 200 feet by 80 fi
.URLtNGTON, BRISTOL AND BORDENTOWN, -. Agent. effects of a hot stove. I found on one occasion the N B W western and Southern Merchanth, wishing ground rent; subject to 'ground rent of $93, pyable depth and is peTfectly d- an
,..- At. On 0, .lod I P .V N ., je~au--dtr N B. W estr"an temperature M ercha... h she tdt e "" + .." "- 'nvtsd, .... un 'ml r .-.. --- r -- ,,
n- at Ore O'Clock, P. M. ) temperature of the air in this heated column to b to purchase by wholesale, ae parties lrly invited to f yearly. Brick Stable and Cope' Sl
: (On Saturdays, atTe O'Clck, P. M p.) IMPORTANT 1O 150 degrees, while at the same time the thermom- call and view the collection, before purchasing el-. And a all tatcertainlotor piece ofground, si- the prealsio, x* hali
nD sarti, l atves Chesnutst whrt on Bar Cness and Coach ilake4rs. eter, with its bulb resting on the last joint of the where. je 7--dtf tuate on the south stie spruce st, at eDh ma mate
vo' T" .li.E Citizens ofShis place arerec solicit- 1^1.0.to O^ dget the rmoet.r s olici.of 1W feet eastward o he e stie o ykil en on te same o, wit a
MoaMonlay, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- '.1 e,..to g-respect fu l "tov.'.i th thermometterIOVAL. 3d street, in the said city, ctainigin fronton the The whol.ca be entered
]day ]-aad Friay,-at o'clock, and on Stu&yofeath ied to ve their attention to 'a newly invented in the room being then 70 degrees, and outside of
week, atdj o'clockdP.sM. ReturningtleaveslBor- nnd valuable improvement, consisting of Bariggs & the Du.oth to e Mefurednte Tandasr feet, and ine len th or dept h 97 feet; isswelltworty ithe saat i a
week, at 3 o'clock, P M. Return, leaves c Carrs' Patent STITCHING MACHINE, which thehouse 36 degrees. Both the furnace and the forms s enS t pul n general, bounded north by sad ruce street, south b a court Captasts
wiwl.beufound to ex .eed any.thing eof tre.kindhwhich radiator m ay be too hot to be ent dured by the hand, that he has rem oved s from N o. 18tb l i. g er alet bonded n r th
wenllw baly foundny exeoe, atce 6n 'clock handin wk3dst
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S r .. ^ s': ," LANCASTER O ^.. THE AMENDMENTa TO THE TCONSTI- trary to the will of the great body of the Itopte. A New York and Ohiw, our great os
A 7 Frerm the Intelrencer-Extra. TU1iON. ter'i of two yemiarswith a "r-eligibility for one more wisely adopted this course, andIta
VICTORY! VICTORY!! VICTORY!!!"; t term similar duration, would be ample honour the population and votes of thet
:"n' t"lB 1 WeWe have done out duty nobly. The news from We publish below an "Address ofrthe ommt for even th. mot virtuous and patriotic individual the rult of the different system.
.JB 'S^ 1 ^ 3:. ~ ,all Parts isrchbeerj`idi we hav tu .th-- an a pn s"p.o at the Tow. Meeting of oe Democratic to enjoy the highest office in. the gift of the freemen In 1830, New York had 1,918,6
s:'s-* ^ asurance that the vote of the demno arf an Citac tns of the City ant County Phlhadelphia, of the' Statend for a weak a or wicked one it would Ohio, 937
SLancaster coaoty w il be large beyo4)ao ,tprece l. 9adly to a Reform of' ,the State Contitution, td etainly be two terms toolo. Pennsylvania, 1,34843
^. .. i dent. We have triMpheden someWofthA strong the People of Penpsyivania," published in 18[4 [The amendments reduce ittttwo terms of three n -, 1
10ph~in soIn 1822,a New iYorklvoted in2i,1
of Aut^yelk"^ .^^ B ^ '~~^^o -s ci^...,.. ,,. ii^sch wilb ei-osvn o ssoigte
'^ y e "^ 3 lrfut inroads upon the nemy. -First of all views and sentiments the Reformers before the _Aother bjectionabe ature te constutn Ohio, 15,
BY ~IFF 1J k PA RY, Animasomiy! '~i.he goodcausevhe"wshsah sewi meredo~nts' te Rnowrasrsoinbte yasc.
aPA_ is tho-creati-n of OFFICES FOR LIF i a re- Pennsylvania, 199,4
SBY Old Democratic Lacaster Ct Conveution was calle. By a comparison of the publican commonwealth which has thrown of the New York and Ohio with an ag
n~o. 295. Seoond i-eta" &ird door above Walnu t .GLORIOIJ8 NEW S8! Old Democravtic' Lancaster City,! populationa ofmoiwelt
o. 8se dtt, flJaco door above Walnutb LO IOU E Forney, Assessor,., democrat)elcted by a addresswitb, the aJments made by the Coh- shackle off a titled aristocracy. population of
S A Y P ER- INSPECTORS'ELECTIONS. majority of r vein, it il be d the te aost lite- t[The tmiendments abolish all offices for life.] Voted
THRE i2TMBS A W .-.veg.P .perawams We subjoin all the returns yet received, from nspectors-Jacob W a, Albert F. Otei, ry carry out the iewa of the former; thereby. The Judicial power is vested in the Judges of tQ one vote for every 5.68 persT
SLTAis t C whichit will be seen that the cause of Porter and dem rat, by mjotbf 634!! chewing the great unanimity public opinion the Supreme Court, in the Judger of the Court of Whilst Pennsylvania With a po
4 0 Common Please, in Justices of the Peace, and in ton 0f
.-_ ..,:."OqaforV a v, achieve Atrin h qpon triumph : COLUMBIA BOROUGH. throughout the *late on this subject, and such other Courts as the Legislature may from Or rather less than onehalfoft!
a nL __ -''adjthat thedoom of itnemrm is fixed pastadoubt. tVe fritms of e iaudonee theirch time Co tie tsh. A these officers are p- tl population of her sister states
'" is Te tms from partiulerly ho duty.I '35 the enemy beat us there by a majo.hsfirmus e in thrbcarly, tietoi tedb thetGr
S "-riy Of 10, and last year we elected nothing t but our has tullyhusfarbeen prsued-inimating clearly, we pointed by the Governor, and the three first classes Voted only
., ..... ,, .the democratic emndidate is appreciated by those assessor, and that by a very trifling majority. Now, think, their triu rnt sUccesS at the polls on are cers for lfe. Or one vote for every 752 pore
net .JO1 O4 1P iW a 9" .-{ T sda There areon the bench of the Supreme These facts show the imperious
4# fhq vf"w know hi; and hw vain have been 9et e g#her, in spite of theemissariesof theS tate from Tuauay neet.,
V0 711) IOX IN theaRail-road in the vicinity,.our friends have e-.Court
,^ ,0, -I0 o. Al PCO forts of the l adlnderers. It will be seen' that ^^ After the let of Septembe,13,tretopaePnslnionneq
o o oo ts e of t i canders. I will ee looted their Inspector and Assessor by a majority of TO TJE ELECTORS OF PHILADELPHIA After the 1st of September, 1835, there .to place Pennsylvania on an equ
,. *AO ARTO NOIlNATIqbNS. John 'H Stoibrsker himself ran for Inspector,and 67!! will be eighteen President Judgesand Ne ork both with r
oe an S o IuT sd of oIr.o piesdb*t p. wsp vo b t t f MAhITTA eYAND COUNTY. which with two Associates for each cratit principles, and to the future
"R -h adTu .f cb.. ap rSo conse ious oftvictory were the Democracy of orM county, make 122 more ulation anl wealth of the Keystone
FOR][Oir tv Int !Marietta that they did not turn out. -they elected,
.-* ';,- *| :'O #' NQ J!<| .! -a~~~y? ADDRESS There arein the City of Phif'adelphia 15 Aldermen The time of the ntusing oftl

g' ^ It p.X couTr .; Gazette-Extra, nevertheless, all their candidates sby clever majori- Of the O'tfCo ittee appointed at the TTown Meeting And in the County of Philadelphia, 5 more. should be changed from the first
J,,z u > o T .nG eties. of he democratic Citizens of the City and Ca In 1823, there were 1586 acting Justices of the member to the i.rst Monday in Jar
S-- '.* r : 9 "" Saturday, Sept. 9th. 5 BART. t of Philadelphia friendly to a Reform of the, Peace,making according to the Report of the Corn- prevent the unnecessary waste of
" it 09 'fi' DJTitIOI.' "t fl? R TER AT HA ONE! 9 This is an old democratic district.' She sustained State Constitution, to the .peopldof/Pennaylva- mittee ofge House of Repesentatives in 184,one public morey, caused by summon
Eits E.. WE. KNEW HIM" ter name. All the democratic candidates elected.L Justice ofthe Peace for every 667 inhabitants-of ture one month before is is intended
,:iat*. i.. E AST ANDWESIT COCALICO. FELow CKITIZEiS these 432 had been appointed by Governor Findley riously to business.
-.,, '. .'t ^ Vlctory-Vlctory-Vcitory I l The home of Henry Bibhman which has been The present Constitution of Pennsylvania was and 724 by Gov Heister, making 1156 Justices ap- [The amendments chang it to t
*' -' >"' jj2It 1V STRICT, slt oriOUS TrfW npA I- J against us for years, now comes to the democratic framed by a Convention 'of Delegates, elected on pointedin the short space of six years, in January.]
SI .Inger I. HUNTINGDON COUNTY SAFE-CANAL fold! Democratic Inspetors elected! A letter from the 13th October, 1789, in pursuance of resolutions In 1835,there cannot bless than three thousand Provision should also be made f
HANDSAthe! say: adopted by the General Assembly, on the 15th acting Justice of the Peace, makingI THRE merts of the Constitution.
G.E.RAL AS8EMBLY. V AN A ALL!ictory sna perched upon the banner of Demo- September preceding, (only four -veeks before,) re THOUSAND DISTINCT PETTY COURTS, [The amendments provide ar
"" O RAL A 88 BL .- r of IMpectors' Elektion. in Huntingdon fcracy. East and West Cocalicotownships have both hiring 'the good people of this Commonwealth to and between three and four thousands individuals mode of making future amendment
r, -' S Yo4aii, -. County, so far as heard from. In Prter's own carried their democratic Inspectors. choose a Convention for the purpose of reviewing, holding OFFICES FOR LIFE independent of the There are no doubt other feature
S fC.TORS, 9
., ... s" .I t OWN. district the opposition cannot poll 60 legal votes It will be remembered that these two districts and if they (the Convention) see ogasioa, altering Governor, the Legislature arid the people, so long tution which may require amendm
U #t~ as they-keep witin the lImtofntrosofcapretdtoyucnieaintl
.. / S. 1A L STEENSON, against General Porter, where Ritner'had in 1835 have been heretofore one; and'the Rither majorities and amending the Constitution of this tate." they keep within the limits of notorious official presented to your consideration tha
-; D 2 m r oe bt his opponen- swa o in some extraordinary turn-outs, such as yes- The shortness of the time thus allowed for the delinquency. the reform of whch there can h
: .. piil~acef' 5!,howeverdnow." sdribedainrone oferthetreasonspofendissent against This ponwPeas ofte ipo ulosdiestrc are two goret tof eorm-i viei the CoSttution now isthb i
pi A. P ldt H ntingdon-Porter Inspector--MajOV, 273 terday, nearly as the democratic vote. The contrary, consideration of so important a question, is well de- The powers of the Judges of the Court ofCo- ing voice in the State. If it be r
< ".,**', ^ .U '; .r ; : 0 -Hon ngdttTPoWait 51 however, now." scribed in one of the reasons of dissent against this mon Please in populous districts, are two great to the Constitution,
or Ois.E. onTWTlVES. Roberry, 18 EPHRATA. arbitrary measure, signed by several respectable be entrusted to a few individuals,not deriving their snd it is proposed to submit the
.ria J--p Cwo W W. Ryan, Alexandria, Here, where the enemy obtained upwards of one members of the Legislative body. appointments from the people, and by the tenure people in April or May next, in 01
Oke t Way,- ; M 1Tho Carpenter, W Wlkr, 26 hundred of a majority at former elections, they got "Because," says the fifth reason, "the time pro- of the office almost independent of even public opin- be entirely unconnected with part,
Tim" I-. l ,ThomasW J. 1iuto Frkin, -, 25 their Inspoetors in by the skin of their teeth-by a posed to thpeople for electing members of the in- ion T. Their patronage is framed upon the same tics, and may stand or fall solely
"b b BIEt m utMlrn JohaW. NObitt1 '- HSollidaysbug, 16"najority of two votes! tended Con0ention, is too soon to admit of that ge- scale as that of the Executive, and reaches directly rits
r O T Txc AU these district gave Ritner majorities STRASBURG BOROUGH. neral information and full consideration which so or indirectly, the interests of the richest and the It is proposed, first, that the I
SAN, COUTY TicK f 0A the ageMaoriotihigs Atnusua viea, Thedemocratidc candidates important a measm deserves. Sheriffs and Coro- pooimest members, ef the community. ubmitbyanactpasssed atthise
/ 5 tea ge itmov tht are elected. ners have been for months canvassing for their cornm. The Judges of the Court of Common Please are tion of Convention or no Convent
< "" Barree--Porter n -M orit, 169 EAST HEMPFIELD. paratively trifling offices, and in a case of inconcei- Justices of Oyer and Terminer and, General Gaol pe. If carried in the affirmative
~1 A,4~i ~ ~ ~ Toll, Heates,2 !whe nfbyll regitrymaebfoe-n ypoteiy kol Dgeo elsiveryorthetilof teo elgtstcaCnet
"' C iomt r. ell,~ B -P Ip o M "170 He ere a full vote was polled the enemy able importance to every member of the commune Delivery for the trial of capital and other offenders may be authorized to direct by Pi
WL A .'w A PEIR8OL. 1 beat us 27 !-whenby registry made before- ty, and the posterity for ages, a knowledge of -they are the Judges of the Court of Quarto election of delegates to a Convent
Td,!webaif-Ss nand of the Orpha' orad ihtepethseetaGneto o h
F. .' Atttdw. t* 0We look for our Inspectors in a number of hand, they were in minority They were assisted which should be carried to the doors pf every house, sessions, ,and o the Orphan'e Court, and, with the p thus elet a Convention for the
7 :- < -SOBBRRT' F, CHRISTY. other Ipe r districtst, oby importations from the Rail Road. but little more time is given than is sufficient to Register of Wills, compose the Registr's Court and Conven n, after having finished
.7 ...". _o d ride to the doors of the County Court Houses of ty are also Justices of the Peace, so far as relates submit its work te the direct vote c
STIKT o far as heard from the Ritner men have car- rdtot d t e C ue to criminal matters. confirmation or rejection.
.D EM. .CR A TIC C ITY TIC K E T..ed t. ol i g i r c s t stro g s ho ls G O O D N E W S FR O M L Y C O M IN G !! tthe State."
Sr6OR ONato s.t nerilyh .llothinr vsn b A slip from the Gazette assures the public that The Delegates elected in this unprecedented hey have jurisdictions ps will secure
/ . . L n e a r l y a l l t h e i r v o t e s b e i n g o u t : c" ri n t h is. -..n t e
SAMUEL BIASHEARS, Willatsbrg-Riter Inspector- Majority, 21 Lycoming county will triumphantly redeem her manner, met in Convention on the 24th November, and liberty of every individual within their Districts, of the popular will and any an
S AOga~ Ri, EVANS. t 36 pledge to the party by giving Gen. PORTER,1000 1789: and, after two sessions, which closed on the The property and the reputation of every man in sanctioned would be acquiesced i
,:. r majority. They may depend upo0 it. 2d September, 1 790, proclaimed the instrument fra- his hfe time may come wth their grasp, and at clear result of a deliberate express
~ ILIMorris,. I- 2 Speme,,190 rolimdth n a cm
S, 36 I Wiliamsport, wheie the county officeholders med by themselves, as the fundamental law of the his death, his estate and his representatives must ments of the freemen of Pennsylva
W S of Ritner reside, and the theatre fall their grand land, without it ever having been ubmitted to in one wafor other be subject to the control and In 1825, the question was not t
S .-I, a- Waer. ASSEMLT s .. 3 i acts and exhibitions-where Gov. Ritner received the vote.of th people, for conrfimaion or rejec decrees of the Orphan's Court. loed, nor was the necessity of ref<
"Gkr SBtnith, -: "Aaron Water, Mursays urn, acs an o 8 "v s ec They appoint auditors in the Common Pleas, apparent as at present, whenthe
150(1k .J. e. Jacob .a n, -.Hopewell, a m majority of 7 votes in 1835, the vote stood yester-,l tirn.
Jwolao J.ty wr, Jiaob Hola. hanr o. S thes itr.ct.. illgive Pore. orits. day for Fleming (Porter) 112-for Sloan (Ritner) A Constitution thus manufactured and forced 'Quarter Sessions and Orphans Court-appraisers Jadoial power and patronageare s
hlliillS. tt~a't ugtatue 19. Armstrong. .Som~e otese districtuswit give porter majorities.,;,;, ,-,-, nnte omu~ yafwifunilad o.udrteIsletLwsjre fVerve edeadtrae oedne
illia.. ptiwt, o. others heard from. 89-majoriwty for Fleming 23. upon the' community by a few influential and pow nder the Insolvent Laws-jurie of view, review tended, and threaten to endanger
lu .Pt T, In anklintownhip. whre Ri h -a.. .m.o In Muncy borough, which-has heretofore given erful iindividaals, would inevitably contain many and re-review, and for damages under the Road ttheeie ncse The v
L0t' COoCfL.. e- .r i oi i majorities against us, and werewe least expected aristocratic features, and it has accordingly been Law-grant tavern licencesnand the associates have 44,470 for a Convention and
h .f' aoke1 yb ir '35,aJ tonbae,
h-o .mchel'h was run by the Ritnerites in the hope of giving-Bk to suceed, we have carried our Inspector by a vote found, upon a deliberate examination, to he lessade- a large portion of the regulation of the taxation on making only a majority of 15,343
i Kttera,. ,George F. Lehman. t his ing afa, is t t of 68 to 52. mocraticin its most important provisions than the retailers of foreign merchandize of a Convntion-a cursory view
COMMON COUNCIL. Loyalsock township has scarcely left a grease Constitution of the United States, or those of -our They have a certain control over the appoint- votes of the different counties, wil
ui AI kiO Thomas Wallace / Ive every Ritner vote out. of federalism. Mr Swartz is elected Inspector sister States. ment of Constables-a considerable authoriyin e- sively, that if ths question be su
.,r. JrT LBavd LP-Muhlenberg, porter. NEIGHBORS are comn .. by a vote of nearly 2 to Thsecorf ead section of the Declaration of Right nation to the county and township officers and are People in the ensuing spring, it mu
W am DSitafSit h, FetK. W rd.ieh, Fro -w Le"'a Bfulletio-Eirar Lycoming township reJleemed! A Porter In- recUgnizes the power of the people, in the following also invested with large chancery powers, which a triumhantmaority .
ohn 1. 4J1ne, Dr, Joseph r ALZtW spector elected by a vote 148 to 121-majority 27. emphatic lanuage: "All power is inherent ithe they can and do exercise without the intervention [The maji a ori ofthecal
Ao Lippincott, Joaeph C. Nd al, urdy Sept. 23 1838 In 1835 Ritner had a majority over both the demo- people, and free governments are founded on of a jury.' tionwas.,44;and we a



t aftthe sualcoxntacmuchd foreentheirtwen T-'dny Sl counessbein
M after M t, i .r Samuel Porter. LEHIGHy AWAKr c ratic candidates for Governor, of 26.-So much for their auth ty, and instituted for their peace, safe- THE JUSTICES OP THE PEACE are very e amendments will be adopted bj



i mtlw tW Watreap massy andmhappinss.n'Formthnadvancemen ofsthesepwerful also and areels
SW liam Rip friends ofDaid Porter v rieubeynd ex Sunday ridurau u urrow. ty, and happiness. For the advancement of these powerful also, and are even less subjected to the quite treble that majority.
Ge., Alrnote obina'th ; r h ea iing from 0 t6y Greek township elected a democratic In- ends, theyhave at all times an unalienable and in airfluence of public opinion than the Judgesofh.gh. In Delaware County, in 1825, -


e dollars thAllrt threeeentswftheirldas annunalenable andeiniinluence, ofepubli
2 "'Geogq hss f tim8evot hre yars go itnrha m ajoityn -. ,Cretowsi leU edadmcrtc.n ed, they -hD e a tra llon t IndpnecmdteCn~t= .,"i ia ...
94 Dr iBoyd, .- Lower Maccungy, that p tillar of D nmucraey pecteorwbyavotof 78toe00! -Good! defeasible right to alter, reform, or abolish their go- er tribunals, whose duct is mor exposed to the ty.five voes for it and 1,873 ag
Sita&rwoll John Sloan. 'ap4aMtdof 140 votes were polled, andnot a *in- Washington-No opposition. A democrat elect- vernment, in, such manner as they think proper;" constant' scrutiny of the community. on Saturday, 31st of Jaruary last, j
S. geit vote aon te! ed. and yet, inthisinstmentproulgating this soun d Justice of the peac havvery extensive powers, craptic meeting in that conty, the
NOM INf Fb COMI8SIO ERS IN In Upper-Maceungy upwards of 100 votes polled, Clinton-ditto. republican doctrine,lthere is no proviuionwhatever as hearing end committing magistrates iri inal torm waarredby avote of 25
H NORTHERN LIBERTIES. among which jhve-yeave solitary Ritner votes!! Hepburn-Democrati Inspector elected by a for future amendment. The Constitution of the atters-but we have in Pennsylvania in addition deYphia city and county, there wer
W ft mih from the FirstWard. Sowego HuzzaforPorter voteofnerly3to1. All hail Hepburn! United States, and those of nineteen Out of the oth vested a very large portion bf the judicial power in one against R eform, and no man
S'Ji Matuire froi the Second. Upper aucoatoo,' exceeds our most sanoiea Fairfield-This township has elected a Federal er twenty-three States, contain provisions fior a- these single individuals entirely unchecked the there is nw a large majority of t


... t .. ... vote In .... .. dm e" ine hOent who se awarj u ,ryu d r t e t ol r s oofo vc u n n m r r
Sintw r from the Tahird. expectations. James Erdman, Esq. is elected In- inspector by a majority of seven votes. 1835 edment;and of the remaining four, Rhode Is- intervention of a jury of twelve men. vor of th truly democratic meaur
SHasi fom the Fourth.' spector by 28 majority, pwards.of 340 votes polled, Ritner's majority -over Wolf and- Muhlenberg was land has no Constitution but the Charter of Charles In all the usual contracts and differences between Twentysix counties, being a
Sro vote of the the Ritner. 34. Backwards March the Second; the Constitution of New Jersey was e gra t mass of the community, they have origi- e ate, in 1825 gave majoritie
T. b ,DbnfrombthetFifth. tile eitallpnvote.wt1ntthe-township. Hr 'the r itwner. 34. acw ardse march ea
0- R5.. udolp rom the Sixth.h .i. ite ha benai.ing from 50 to 60 majority,. e framed of the 2d of m..Jaly, 1776, two days before nal jurisdiction up to one hundred dollars; beloion v st wior rwihn 20 pp te
-'-i^g.- met Nouth Whitehall to has come tn thr rescue. tn thi Township of BribrCreek, Mr Bowman's thdion of Nrth Carolina, o t h e 18th December, in and conclusive, if the forms of the law are prescrv Jaentl counties, to wit: Bucks, Chi
* REGIITRY DAon iCape Joheti Hen'inger, (Democrat) eleetedlnspec--odistrict the democrats elected tli5 inspector and the sadoe-year. North Carolina has recently deter- ed-if either party refuses to s ubmit the cause to and Montgomery. There is strong
person 'l who is ootregisne^Bhd sb^~ttmd r. Upwards of 3UO votes polled. 17hree years also inBloom by a ote of-99 t.4. mined to submit the question of Convention to the the eterwaton of the justice,three referees are to tha ths fu oute.wl now
"f ti W The 8 heih Proctamaion -atgo Reitner had g v ote majority. The revilId Por- i- pe pe butthe amended Constitution of Virginia e chosenywhose award, if under twenty i dollars, is tor a Convention; and there are m
'' It..t--.' n._.. ., tu Li t Fer wilnowhavei60! is ere thar thfrieand haveto just! e ern ciier. centtiems no provision for future amend mentbeeause als o fin al Under $ st3, in one instance, $20 in which gOave majorities o f more thai
r: ym b ro.n i a e ...ot, Lit tle -om-n I o Hanover too Wistrect Hwe had juot heard tbt i t we have co ty easter Virginia did not choose-to trust her political the other, the party is deprived of his right of a gaint a Convention, that will beyos
7 ;-lBe <*s ar 0eac E Wd ,a (Democrat) elected o asEfictor by more than township in Perry but one. m n preponderance eihin the immediate reach of the tri behy J and when he is entitled to an appeal now give equally strong majorities
S. -three to oneh e Since tche above was in type, ar yassee on t people hm e must incur the risk of fresh costs in addition to sure; while those which upported
I' Jyllt W1, ,flarnrfe ybetS -A *--e n ,North Whitehall, considered dou&tfat. ha. polled the boat informs us that we- have carried Lewis- The scheme for Pennaylvymi has heretofore pro- those he has been already put to. greatly increase their former -major:
Alouhrhteioohalinf ..hea;. effecputeso theree" 1of hen oraniion of tfe nthn ined bn alege s
nMI^rN l'<"i III --fi;llin A-ohe colimn in relation 10 the'p 200 votes for Inspector. The friends of Por- burJy4a mao ty o 3,, iflinsburg by S.3 and ved sseksnfuli for the Constitution seciued great J uedi fceiar thernnyrev n i the ogaiv a vy ethen cnts widl bnt aefom 1:
Sof this Ward, frt- whi"- it app.a.that tar era successful by 4U majority. elly, which gave 69 against us last- year, by a power to the few, and by not providing a specific reparb le P n- is to give a very 7- -populationeis strongl y attacup-teo "
"i fne be enplred tne pea otegistry List, Fr Lom.-whil we have learned that the friends majority of 10! We learned from the same source sods for amending its objectionable features, has in ve civil jurisdiction to a single ie
foM;". eLla ......d.- -.. of Porter .re successful. This district we had hith. alo that Turbut, in Northumberland countyfhas f.ct prevented the question af.Reform from being" .ividual, wtoch is without appeal in those cases mocutin principes, and will always
-.w s e ,ames -'rb coneded o the opposition, h e ne for the "lamocrats ,by a large, majority, and presented directly to the people, but once in "o
emte"*'ye1 af th.. rupeclable nnaWCB B' .TAl~ntowti, where the Feden.tlistshaebB Augustat, where we are generally defeated by a the ~period of nearly' forty-five years. The time members of society ,who must submit to the determi- deration. The German counties of
WS.sp9ed to the lxposiltion. W1t hei cimig from 76 to 9. 'majority. 326 votes w ere majority of e7. h has howe ver aeived, when public opinion can no nation aof. their htnab but to them important Lehigh Muffrin and Somerset, gave

-... .......... .......d.. ... ..to tte secnsjoa -lmt Conventionh in a825. ..while. .he .tr.
10.3 .,t..:., ,_ 'I, ._ .. p I/. Ml dy aoaWh ot,"ati4 thi- r lMi b .,rity 1., iw!........ ,.- ... p un I ...... -,\ ,- a ..- O,. .... -_ra f ^ _M ........ n c JIso m- ltieesot
-. ^ ^ O NG E BE. Srabu,oo ofjtir srng hOldhas given I be ten odro'y.talin t ay:C~you^ tha sy^ua S~a-4se~paanth er fhrcof- 'henmero hsepty orsispaedh jThgih
e.j.uit -i- WA.&< . n elt C i o, wih-erovie s hat-" Goner or encouraging;, and we therefore earn
.dk. l -Then7lectniaon wl 75 to10._ # p Owan district by peaey, majorities;. rd Pt ......,phall appoint a competent number ofjustices of the on the friends of Reform to urg6 the
B^ ^ t^.kye irUpp re|t ur i^l~ford^ too iesiaiia u7i anue im orebl are soepomnn point. in i^Sn X^whic neal-sc ovre iti^i ahcutya "et opy tewse f
i .lll wlit Iiiti m imrv mebs laphia qetr ar el~.... pwds of-u mjon 8prnimiel wem hlad 70 miajority, in S5-'Ritrner ha agrees, thalt'th&e is an imperiouinecessity for site- ae abdrcte by la; on Governst" may pass, p;.. ...... .... .. hn00se tl aohrta 00m e no as$l onntlo sub it th quetel
-idlddl' E teti.' tIilkiwqls a,t~ ie L mv Inn aa 4Weissienrmghaelm eai, beyo ~ u 40 maJoriY; We hal ,have at least125' tbrrofe r~aton, hmm~dndent, _refov in nd. surel~y if there be .li enou- ni ante th. 900my b tion or, lno Cnenftion, int Mayt;


P40ghthe eao i The Judges of- the Spee and other Courts times, an unalieabe and indefeasi
o a t ot the cHdnty of Philadul- Heidelberg OieIthat we., the Democracy nor hMCo 26;tltiy claim now 40 for old Joe. Doye. Gottttution, it 0ght ana must be lopped off, as se be a tedforalii termT ter, reform, or abolish their govern
as upon as iof ittle Lehiih, hayearrielf 10 Distorcts out -f13tava- day e excrescence upon our flr institu. yearssaybtLeoc manner as they may think proper."
.v -..b.b.." t d e a ..day er.-,o d tly ua fr t Wthe ...lo Iany double it. Hiliton we had 37, The Constitution of 1790 is framed upon the with the advice and consent of the Senate, and they aye B Davis, Ma*lon
wobe, on their guad ,-war. ri a sted PORTEIOu jor which s a .. Solebury, Buckingban Upp principle of an ll-pewerfu executive, and of remo justices o the peace and --dermen should be either Thoa BTown, Willam
will c: A i -IeEailybeu400-an aay- mm 600! 8 a of the peace a al
... .. ... 8 _.-W e have hust l ed from Le hi h an d, L 'WIdM at fied, their majorities does- not ex-_ ving as 'nt as mpossiblefrom -r-the people the sel ec- appointed in the same way, or be directly elce J h M Read, Josep V
,.-----haej"st-the po0e for a limited term. toever, Charles
.;.. W ;Bt ONSWTITUT!Orrf.'"- -AipNr hamptou county. :li vetes wore poed, ce.d 125, where they-claim 600. Seiral oftheir tioif thebrpubli servants., If Pennsylvania had _e Hey erHorn CBFO
follj'ingi. the 1.fbrm.of'-icket.s infit. .: w it. c xatarny township, distri-tsh .ere a n o t" been a"4ingle bState, not surrounded -byfriendiyly B the amrendments th_ udge ote preme-.,
71- o, -tate., ... pro tected by th C court, are to be appointed b the G -over 'a aniel New m an,. Jon Co
1*_' to IM 0 nts ttun: ta:1 9i6 Y5S- iS the -Po rter .inspe to ar 'bou t 418e A m inten tw il[have150 I jority in this ,Uni n fr om arte by thesironganmdofti he i ate for, fifteen veuars, the.President- Judges o A Flick, -en Ma
~~2.70 iaaje"y Kffow orough 40! 8o We go V. account. -efo-ffteners
... AM I ... .. ... e d i. -ot -e -: ...l.oostyh...e.c.uldt"with've v tted her-Governor with theCounty Courts for ten, and the Associates for A c' Muph, P Yo F Jo
.. 1^ ;^ B ^ 5 ^ E pl^ ^~ g W .. ..,... .,. i ..... Achdu h* J~n~oFo
. .^, ^Th# e nd-is not, .. .. ....... .. ne ahe o ould not h* 0 ed .
,-:- .. .. .... .. .. -- : ,mer pehan, h now pssesses, withot sinking fie year; Justies of the peace are to be elected byPortersAn
".VU*'^.i'.". .V. R *.F AY'JTTET ,otxTy. CAUTION TO THE 3>EMOORA-eyOF, ,t.ee,.ito a-i.ted monau "y. the citizens for a ive years.] E D Martn, Robert M
Sr- Ia t", ", S "--f- -" : -. ak ibo. r-This -OTER STATbo. The eztmnsive powers- v n the P hi awaf
1 f' F- t .. .. OTHER STATES." ._ : e" spodi n the Ti wo a allofsforHfe JpS t / Robe
Domoocy. i^ B- orTough heBoihsslayd e t .. ur ",-rde-bcfatl0-,einds in other state be-. 'were originally defended upn n these grounds, but An alderman of the city ef Philadelphia, who is cn P ,e
tb.hoe, .4.0 VGV$* u dtO achieved, a most" t and glorious victory, ware of berlieving federl .Whig stories from ,Pen~n dth patpiotio framieri of the Constitutioinof the Uni- Officer for. life'and appointed y h ee xrinJh ape,- Sme
r Whave been reque by the byttheecthion e O tic candidate forTin- A iO ted-State., checked them by the interpositif of Executivow.ill, if active, m e rom $ Isaa Moun,,r Ednxti
0 Mitt a .sae spector," "tiduars-of.F.d... ..n..Ae no g S e to6000 per annuni, the I othCur C Gere
'e' ri mintid 'o iin htf.T. .. o nt parof the national logilaturetheSenate,
bmef n1lg m t.. ... Ar g'." vote" too. ,,.as ilj, .., --. totr, and the enemy invariably endeavor to s' ct Iet"i( .ramer .o f the CUonstituio o pesyvn, the salary of the' President
; ,.. -, ^, .ichard Beeson, dam. 109 them by sending forth false intelligence from tis im. .. -r.viupon the example of the patriots and sa- Common Pleas of Philadelphia county, and the at- ao JS JCC
... ....- ... e tgDraStewonom, Opp. 100 quarter. In 1832, the game was tried extensively ges of revolutionary America, vested these large l grater than the salary ofthe Vie President o t
1 go 'f -"", ution.r Americtvestedthese lrgeliamgreaterthanotn
'. -, ? L Dat the eastward, wre Webster and the leading fe- powers in ONE'INDIVIDUAL, entirely -uncon- the United States, or that of the Chief justice ofs
DAMI OT=.Pmcak-the United, States. The inces fbsas nteWllmmFie r e ie
"" i'r" ---.'* T boog gv- '_ 'deral9tsutaigned circular stating they had carried Irotled by the iWtervention of a Council, a Senateor l ti..taes ha increasete e m. umens of the Z4. Pilo1
;***** ,.' *.* TM&,'borougfh gt" HarriMon 138 anytnicru otherui body.u c -^, Jorge counties has increased mlmnsofte"mli*
i..ATHplue-..Bg 67 PennsyWia. In 1836, there was the mem.o- any other body.. C n sm tans amun tfme$ o
-. t-,t .-e .. 71 rabl"pigeexprss" nestheYsamBuretl-tesam67" "The Govrioor of Pensylvania isCommander- Registers, Recorders, Prothonotaries, mnd Clerks, .-
x. ,- ,"..... ... able ,,pigeon exp news to the same effect -.in.Chietof of the Army and Navy of e Common- h in ome ances The Reglsr -Cha
q ,m11'- =.- Fedearmeority, 71 Be not deceived. Democracy wilw aaevneve t 5sglen wweelhh.anoqthe- Militia. / $80oO per annum, and are entirely derived from We trusst that the democrats ol
S..-- .- De o--t a"-gaitt0tl 'di.d -victory in Pentsylvania.. He has power to remit fines and forfeitures, and the pockets of the people. County, will take care to challenge
AJ M gr IoxrU'-rarmnelt Jn favor of the right Thi' borough- is to g- veer, and John a ma- : grant reprierfts-and paidons, except in-cases -of imr These evils can never be corrected under the pre- name of every man on the Registry,
j -. i l ...at .L. r i si -. t f .. .4.ffrom 6 to 7o, scor rfgto the Federal Po se t consititioa where the interest Of the exe B E E
$p ip 1 by 'h c1we submit uut mark, ; Ixprtli .i l otrf. Pigeon etprossnews was current yesterd#.AWl Hblsas rqualified veto upan bils o .-.ohe is to make those officers whod on im are registered ofthose ore.not-
rAMish.Wedoeftt..- ..wk&Ic t hi ssd the.sou -yf st-yte will dive him d .notnoiiwnwheterour neighbor of tie Phil's. Ions passed-by the two branche.s-of the- Legitla- for apponment and continance i ofce as pow- tathe
.. ,. the o..er. ,- -, n e.e fath of all e n k..V ....apd wealthy as possible, in or .r to in ease day t challenge i suc c
te'. MeM t rfiuole in the land. O' ne hundred chee for a M oer te error yet or noi i l H APPOINTS ALLOFFICERSwhose his ow chane of re.electon an upr noce notqure, unesst na
eI~eE eeuin~ mstenr w fi.nk oleui and tethof all01.ton-b- aIe)sIaId&1In GAfe a icoee heerry teornoon, A01 HE APPOINS AL'MoRR~hoehsti ownachances o eeectIon, n upr. ~ oiei o r urd nesten
l i al m l i O m% adrm IftiSw rdsi i in Lter and Demo racyI t ."Good news rom Ber eks!" yesterday afternon, oces, are eetaished by the Constitution or by Mos", if not all these officers, like the Sheiff, off to-day. The persopschalleng
#|1l>M L And demm aueht r i .-ia -- which eoeks well," happens to have neo founda- law, adOwhose appointment* are rot provided far Coroner, and County Commissioners, should be proven or before the-election day
i p t- h' etai d only fii proc m- "" BERKS. l tin in fact. Instead of whiggerybeing success- in t eConrtitution: which exception extends only .ctd for a ter f years by the people. qualified to vote.a
-"mW S & lk.Thm 1 no right of pu iaehmmnt.- Thire nro.r d s for pldBerck ful there, we have carried every townshipin Brks to Sherif Coroners, officers in the Militia, State Theirdments provide fr, their elecor W ui an extract frmthe
wh^ .a s % 'b Mr. 1 ..- Hufx Sa Coxis-Po ad Deoayhve .but two by large majorities. It is a strange thing- TrVaserer, and officers in the Treassy Department, .e e .- We i an e f
be.ak... we, 'grune ea,,n .,.y Mr" *ml .... y ;, .Hthedistrict#tn'this-etaistfountyult ,at "A.tonieys-a,. Lawlio, ocers'ofers relatin Tneterrof serveoth eaterewhchnonrmstethof service:
411ia Ise toreaktheakbynele r ti large mtIaj*oritie8. T. erman Democracy but t r closely contested election the whigs of m the axse, to the-oor and highways, Constables, long, as it too much impairs the sovereignty of ABT.-6, Sect 23. en any nam
.lWb, arrested" at eoae by any tebander, a reaoare Or Mot St-vens, Fens and CoA., yu wtheyty are hoaxed abaut democratic Berks, It and other towtship officers. the people, the four years might with safety be de- sorted in the lists to beado as afo
d tilla warrant can be got Ifor bih o- m4iaby tha",al was o in'si32,in"36,.and now again in '38, Bc the amendments, the appointment of all ofi- creased to twodyears. assessors, of ptesons not qualitfld
byl rl aM.tol. .. : .. ---- t s :" .. -"" crsnot videdfor by the Coostitution, istobe [ThL amerdmeats reduce it to tree year
I ~0-qa aupa .matstiegAre tosi building 'dte'lydy]
--c, and- -forciabl.y iei I _- NOFRTIHAMPTON COUNTY... Th-- ,tral papers of this' cily rplaygtfi fibed yaw :. Universe .Suffrage is the foundation tone of our tthownIf which said lst shal
_* '" "-. ---. t-, t ,.aoct, t.- gam bg wt w erM d.epti.e -eturn. i the .npotwe of-appont icdeT in al so ,the repbican insitutons, and yet the constituents of plein thero hattretnds ofnthe judges
.., -7.. t .l b .utish mifflgty, oid4 miut rewui l --, sev determined a i war ofremova, at the e ofsole pease otheJxec. Pennsylvaia has imposed ueh restrietons upon atther meting, o the sa
o i No ,i W* is0,t"In., .. ,__,oldNortham'pton".is _t he-t! nm Hl uet v,.of by thfc. the Wec~ve franchise as to eprive B ry er. o. a t
i~s her did, 0 .9 da ofOctoera'y' of hereme
S"t UEOUI .O ttahiu the sam grosod tbtlahe did .m 9 8-.9! oI.... the... readers. to thas, am.. C, .ak. uhos of:,- alt, ,,ls ....~ tnur by .... O:tu ....~v frahis as. to depive ver ru~oe. ,avesuc persons ,o plce.o.
theegrund ft tr 1 u isotthatof good behavior body of her free czes ofte right f ho s o
aiuW&Wm ektilli 0w twarmt can 0:rYln the Borough ofEUon.at the W thw bitr ideditin of t ge- 'genvtf power#soformidableupon-theorganizaion ing their public servant a v s d i i l
.M% i M 0@ 4ommo f a ts ae cufion .in e'35&,tlePq flety Woolly-Hds bad express. The unfortunate $k whobet upon of the government under thelCornthution,-havein. No freeman can ote at anelecti-n un he s judgs and inPect-rs, by oat- -.
s. .a i"-5'_,. ... '.-. o. witof aA r, t Arwthe et ti m a -ts -- -dRtal..,,. i. a .all i.;la ... ..-._ .. .r... ,a "resi ded in he State TWO VEA H Rit 1 tA erson challenging, that the pi


lster statesohasc ^TO THE PUBLIC. ,
comparison 6, heDemorsatic Citizens 'residing in the Firtt --
three will -show Ward, Northee Liberties, feeling a determination
08 inhabitants, to have the inestimable privilege of the elective fran.
95 < .chise fairly carried out at the polls on the coming
23 -'- '"*" and every succeeding election, having carefully ex-
- a-mined the Register made and submitted by the
39 votes,. Assessors, and having compared the samE' imar.-
4 tiIly with -the actual voters now living in the
gregateWard, we therefore solemnly challenge the persons
2,886,500 whose names tre hereunto attached, to come for-',
502,650 ward and show to the Judges, Inspectors, citizens,
ons, and all interested in the ward, and the purity of
pula- elections, what they predicate their rights upon to
to1,348,325 vote in the Pirst Ward, N. L., at the eoing elec-
tion, the most of whom appear to have nothing
179,411 tangable-in or about them, and nothing but the
Dns, empty name, which we are determined sha!t not
s necessity of an be represented by those having no, rights or inte-
titution, in order rests in the above named Ward.
aal footing with I" "
egard to demo- I certify that I have registeredbenam6s of aU
inregas ion the voters in the First Ward, with the k.
SState. p eption of some 8 or 10 persons, nd that thq-izJl-
the Legislature vidosls whose names are enclosed in the following,,
Tuesday in De-are not to be found in said ward.
Tuesday in De- TZ. W..SMEIL
nuary, so as to W. WLA3SEL-
lime and of the < .. *1" ... ...
nti the Leanid h We have examined the RegiAtry List, iad
nth egslae believe the statement correct.
ed to proceed se- ISAAC WHEATON, )
he first Tuedav SAML. STEVENSON, Col'te.
he first Tuesday REUBEN HANS. "
or future amend- A.
SAtkinson Joh'n' Anderson George
i easy, yet safe Allison Peter Alvey Thomas
its. Arrott Samuel' Abel Thomas
. in the Consti- Ashton Samuel
ient; but we have
iose only about B.
dly be a dissent Baldwin Robt k; Brewster George
ght to amend or Bains Richard (dec'd) Bryant Alexander H
[e proper time; Bishop George C Bickley Daniel
question to the Bruff William Byren Patrick
'der that it may Bruff William L Boswell Michael
y or local poli- Blazey Adam Breckler Christian"-
on its own me- Brewer Andrew Brewer Augustus
,Bradford John S BrownJoseph.
Legislature shall Boyer James Bakewe arieJ
asion, the ques- "b .
ion to the peo-
the Governor e Cook Samuel Crosdell Aaron B
reclamation, the Cooper Alpheus --Clemens Henry
on, and the peo- Chase Gilman Chambers Robert
emselves; which Connor John M Crossman Henry
its labors, shall Cushiog Edward Cozens Charles B
If the people for D.
SDacosta Joseph Deaner John
the full exercise Dorsey William Dukes William
nendments thus Deitzler Frederick," Drew StIMel '
in by all as the Delany Watson '" Doerrer William
on of the senti. Dotty peter L
nia.
horoughly deve. "E.
brm so absolute- Everitt Alfred EldridgeWitiam
a Executive and Estill John E Eisenbach Anthony
o formidably ex. Evans Edward
the free exercise p r
)te in 1825,. was .
,813 against it, Fry John Fountain Edward
against the call Foley Ebenezer Fora Hugh
however, of the Fry Reinhart Fox George
1 show couclu- Fritz Jacob G
bmitted to the G.
st be carried by Gaspcr John Gibbon Henry
1 a v GoodtiAn John Geyer George
e o .a o nven Geore Thomas K Gill Thomas
but little doubtTol
nerl if not Greerrharles f Geroiper Cristian Fred
Nearly if no Gibsen William I Graves Abraham
.Grace Frfderick '
there were only -
Linst it, and yet '.
it a large demo- Haslam Robett H '- Tooan Jaraes
questson of Re. Helms Thomas Howell Ezekiel
tu 60. In Phila- Hyneman Moses .Hanmmer Charles G
> nearly two' to Hoff DavidA1 Hoffnagle. Frederick-
loubts but that Hess Peter Hines John L
ie citizens in fa- Homan Henry '
e' I. 'i'''
ajority of those .
s in favor of a itay Joseph ',-", Ivine E Mird
hole majority a -J.
, and four ad. Jones Thomas Jacobs Peter K
ster, Delawsarle, eanes Jacob Jemisort'Jogeph
' reason to p Jarrett rompkins Jones He
give a lority Jo.e Joseph, ,
several cotinties P -
n two to one a. K. ''"
nd all question Keenan Hugh Kelng Cbtitopher -1
'for the mea- Klett Andrew Knowland Williamn i =
it in 1825, will Kelly Benjamin Kleinfetter'Adam '-"
ities. Kurtz Adam .
at the German '
o.our Germ'an' L. .-^ '
liberal and do- Lukens Israel Logan Hugh
i sustain them Lents Anthony Long John-H
d. to-their consi. Lybraqdt Glreert Lyons Daniel
Northampton, 'Lange Joakim Littleton William
majorities for a M .,- ,
ngest i Tnia""t .- < f ui*- i- ',:"
new isma Mop>re Johna S ^- aftn( ary
Legisla st --*- ------.i g
the people,- and, 7^ .^" .~
n of "Conven. Nutts George N "- ylor. tbouay
_those who Newrhn Edward NewbiPhilip
.-Tl~ t .tI rv--.. fiL.--:


ti., -, *, ,'t I ii ible right to al. .. .... : '. .
iment ia-such .
Oshorn William Owen Ltwis P
Dungan, O'Nea-laleb O' rr James.
English, Opp Morgan Otto-Charles.
Vood, p.
s g r, --, -.
iH-nger, Paul John r"i., llip8 aer P
rtim, Patterson Joseph (N'o1 4. i'leteIun
atesr. 2 New Market) -ipkertdWlwi
hn'on" Paynter William Palmer BtSraiiB
an' sPeterman Thomas Powell iorge RH -
ie Pugh Nathan Panter Olfford R '
William-on, Peters Anthony+ Peterma. John
Wilarle on PfeilimrGS .
avis, R.
lgton, Ricket George W ,"Re&-obi .
ABradford, Reinhard Michael RQbbGtwRe .
iffiman, Riter John G .Reess .l
r Rummel Jacob Rusfto'-Jih-
-rotjan. ""-
i, -'
n. Stewart Joseph Smith Ezekiel
Scout John Smith 8"e..en
Smith J Gates Story Peter K
Ilenges Stineman Henry Seckel Joshua C0
f the City and-Sloan John .i) Small Edward .
TO.DAY the- Smith Charles H Smallet EWlwar
.... "" .Story Ier y a .. wShawRicgbAdt .
who has NOT Smith WilliamC B is manyrama09 Stricker Ge6oie W S &er "S.
Messed. This- Smith Ja -Pe -. Storgess William
eos. Previous Schurk Chri an Sandsera ,
a is to be struck Strang Arn d"
ed to-day mu;t ., .' \
that they are Thornton Joseph- -Trydaj George
Turnter JohnS Tomtinr Stephen
Registry Law, Tatem JanesV Tidae Jt.Y ...e .
es shail he .n-. Vance Andrawe Vance Caspet/
Wosai4 by the Valet Eugene -
to vote, any W "w ,
rd, district, Or -
be made, mray Wifiamson Penry B 1Wi1trk William P
rd inspectors Webb Isaac Witlets Samuel
id first Ta.es Waton oBrock Wg-a ilb iert
it, that he be7 Willis Arithur H 0 Watts OweuC
e lists, are not Willis Nathan W.'- Wiwman& f)aniel
vn to tbi said Walker Philip +"r Wilkins John
a firmation of' Wagner Matthew Wilison vey '
person so chat-' Wilthtack Charles M ,





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Till. 6F oxes $I-~Pi 59 et..Oin
"'^ KBiB?" -'fl A.KE (BEN'tST.' '1IEW~TrriACTION. UNIT'ro^BT~B8 MAKc -. .s^~f^i.ebM^ l|||tJ 1 1t~~
09ota Open at At quarter before 7-Pe.STorman will AIL E It I C AicyEl I S EU NI
15.Shyl~kl3j10 osmneatauror~7 ICorner of Cheanuijsad NWArqet&. N fEW YORK Jay T.fIt ,Jr
S50do Girard Bank, Saturday fat 53 60 Fourth Night of the -te.engagement of REAT SU C .ESS VIA RAL&ROAP + I ... 3, 4
S 10do do d S3 MR. POWER. M. AE I. ComD TArough Bristol, Trenton, Princeso MmeaBru.wi* R,-T,, n, ..Btu ... "A-:"..ad.'- -
.. ,T.. .....\ .. ..- ,RaAwau Nitwrk SJerwv Cilu Ek k, CA1W -T. BIlCB) Jr. wil attend parM-lly ... n u
70. do 6 M PBatk Pitts 10 d S -55 ,,1o, NJR'VALENTIe NECS Orig~Yak =iipd iDRi. 4- '1 t PO.
do ( t i joI n n a T e r m O c t 8 5 9 --T H IS E V E N IN G -, O C 2, 18.8 E_ nation of M E N and M A N N E R S an d Y ANC m. S T A R T S ,D aily (S undayd 4r e t c opt"I t.be ( .t 9 e s at p ri"e "wel g ., D w. .h oet+ r. .: .T hi s m o ml i
"qdo days 1 raa with great approbation by crowded and f-hionablor t 1' .U L o e d d.... d o eoond steet bK owJBock, '.
2o r..atplese- do ;+a .p at t e At ..ol For seatd pleas apply a the ofi on., h-old Furn- ...ure, .rd- n .'
10 dok I te orS Of the erS audiences, the Propiietohas succeeded to r.engage Fare toe k W F,'ay N 1ipk- $e 0.
G...erald Bank on 400 him for a limited number of nights. e -,",E6 URNITU E fr"m O,+,,,,o-,nl ,o 8h l 15T. Gerald Popper...... with song..... Mfow? a fo ; .o .. O.E ,4 A g_ ,LE1X.I CU"MIN, Proprietor, Oporto b lots to ^^ p^
Schuylkll N ay.57 He will be at home every evening in the Saloon Z B J GRISWOLD AentLEGAN
19.3 Han...an....dt, Mr Burto-.; Phelim, Mr Walton'Col of the- Museum, Jn. GRISWRLD O J.
6 d Lehigh ^ rb Doneis ue 1844 M. 1 Arte nypr -*i p (By g vr J.. ^
'#)60d ILehigh SiCa, 1844, I01+ ,00 Chesham, .r Harr ; rbn addition trrDr. Valentine's performances, wibost. Abpleat the Office N. 31 Thu mQW~i rag, At I ....o tthe o
4 beribert Gas "2 Mr Faker -Aath a ept exhibited the celebrated Panoramic Spctarcle of th ieet, next to Co0re Hll, or atGSd -'At iO ,,cat theauo ,tor w. .. ll.oik, at g .*m
Ga 26 W WA *st nex to^. ^.~u^ Cm^re Hall a
.5 do Fladernhia GThe Ohes Bar. Conhlagratioa of -.Moseowe.' WOLD'S Livery and ExRtdit $tables, In Black W be told, ir10 o'c ooka-etcoiu of-

^^ ^^133-0100 Will.";"^ ^ ^-"-&^ 1.1'^^ *r"
d"o "."".....h Orhestrawill +orin, ie, GALLOPADE, 8 The entertainments to commence every evening at HoarseAlley, between Market 16Cbisnn, and Frout ftruii '1." se-' .
S u,, -B' 2+ W -OBt 29. a0rra eed by Ferdnad Rie rsa 8 o'clock. 4.s Second streets, where strict a aon wr will safe w.ith s i.. r o
Adm A NRW.YO Sept29. -y ... u. pittancee to the-Museum and Sa. to the shortest notices. O0,8 With I'- ro,.ure te .10 ,-
...... a ra States Bt 12211221- Front seats .car 30 rai
:h 355 Ido DemRl ad tte Ban -2 +After which the laughable Farc of the n sa I, STAMBOAT ha in,FWb and ir^ m^D a pe4 1d 1 1"06 oxe
425 .do De.l & Hud Canal 7. FISH OUT OF WATER. Bac 4dt- 2 p tr ei a tea harmat- 0 br Lo 1n*a- .......
'30 do Viksburg Bank. 78 79 m avo, MBurt Children under ten 1yearsof ae, halfTlO T B A. L 1 =b B .ah ..an. French.an..iE
200mormn 4o Ramon t T(a 7N'ew SCng koiua As. .EOsa-ANe ) -a&.'
ry, .* lip. .y (Vr. DVNeB.ACRYstOle FMAee.uchtr .W, )reE. t CessesA Pialigsgtheaoveerebaleintg,(rtreap29stfwMt J ATONnAgenc 1; 7% w40 -b eheingtobcoelli.in,
'150 d- Ohi to I d ry il E ces, refer- to small bills .f0ro h .gr At oo at ltee.-*a on .oa e e .c &waTEA.
I58'i~ Oho & province I~ Curtl, Mu Waltein r Fo paricuirs an desriptou prforan- prts rom hesat gTruswhrf1071 mornieango varous atclior cotretabls wih 5 boxs asorte pi~kles
Lireg Go arde n d :rus 07 7 DTomorrowo M r. Poap pe ar will cn r PanObcts.f b natural History prepared on the m n at 7 oand ever'0. Oil B ItaaiA and E adaf p d haingf aed fin yon eapei
'- ,_" I00 doye-h b tR R- ", 2 Tomrrow, M r.. ow w.ill appr short noties, and in a superior manner. Ca and oon, (except Suenday) att o'clol kre .j -'=,- T .
7 Iado.Patersoa'R ven.R R 6th JAMLEIS HARD)S LjSd. may 4-.iadtf co Far tables,- rush 0ef cai carpet., le 1 e t
"()j S--e-. Birds... arrane and fite up in 7 any style. W
F o r Ji covers, mnatel d astm al aj s nd ltos00
l.55l Road 6 6o dorFor oal. nore, via Canal Specimens may-e seen at.the Museum. .. o .. Fc r
.0 do N J Rail Roe& T o Rv .. .. sep 24-dtt .O i wh .... -e gaS ,o t-- of ,- ., inJ T
245 dQ l Utica"' R;M R.wilL s- 119 -The sehr VALIANT, Cataim Jones wil I so The steamboat BJRLINuGTON W mrbl tor ri, h or %las woesan kceg MgunR
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abve F* 'IED -- -ll^^ ^ ^ leave:8 Chetnu strRt whar-f,~F on S AN Bbues
Sdo Stonington RR 50 0 .sai l asabove. Fs o afrei' h ap e DIJRUiepE'S dPA'TIN a 2 g oclck, ?. ., for Burling. CAL Trm
Cin i4yrhA S HAND, AT THE MASONIC HALL, IN UT n, Bristol and eBnde dw ownibst i will leave Borden-' t ebm Bd twe ae o rious
at2-d' ap 54, x*it whres
Oct. ,:.. ... u g ... t- otA wiarve A l town, daily, (, a Sundayu n R.N 93 tree be sl f.r ao a tt
S- H T ihnUdAv erenin rsptf ivtbed to atend hi. J,-/AMiAES HA S L 'H a xhi now consists of four splendid comrmencing on the 2th' r .Cof-u FURNITUBRr. .- l- armed aiqai
OnHJ sievesa evewledg Seta74,bst. e. h-J
', TudeenpbteeaiFor ,I% Ca' W-an LY.1. .--Paintings athe bove ceebrated.artiet, (the sep 29-dtf WM. ATSON, Agent, Thi.Tc.ewigtob ..Emnin's.
liiir Nayer, Mr. DAVID BAfADLFrY-16 MS New -ond an, Ca0al. By the aid oy teA
'.etMIL)mt da reienrn .H. nst 3 oo of Thi d.ay .. Faiero Jdamsnd E-e;) and aMlrad HistEri- UI,,n aad Painte-r on -a -E At 10n kat th-BnaitdeUen to, .. ,A 1 -TEA .
d.;, A~~itn eaa. haer 7th ulleJHNR ria __ Roa Sale.orrwWill benasoalldiccy 6 feeitgina uofsgiseditprre frow akaando' p0r(tahalWebocdhebksadjone* yo *, CgEAEi
S Spring Garden. the Rea, at. Thev .s.Cnr. wOrKh R Captin davis) will rcalPainting by 4raud, viz:- The futurw O.p Fr.nc ht ta Will be- taolie, biac 41nd gr t olfe o yon a.
O na. e enn anx e.iousysail t above., For reig apply to ON JUAN, HAIDEE and LAMBRO.-A o a2wae e re' anf a 5por BEiNa-yd 16, mahogany vi-aifaatcoitof ..n-wai
OnSunayeening, by th e.Mr. Cqieman, JAft XR. JU~mgifcn AiNtn, rerHAIgathiln scetie RAIL, ROAD LAS 4bdpe o i-bdta41 -ha eir Irtrse,6mhogal bras,~ 30 oq wno.
Trinity Churh. Seouthwark, SAittL. POWELL, to Miss oct -H ifint Paintngproett a thrillngthE sreRAIL ROMA wAig4 daped fo Ir win. oe madste- Iy hoarir, srhaa, i _"oe.W.
ELIZA W1vu. nall Or this eity. Octefrom th pe o Lr oe prof Sr J o n. bro, wh was Bter, apd 7 summer, wltbld enable. ofarec nd Grdes,2adozen ecah, 5 i grains r- 12.g C IR GG
In Manaytl on Thursday evening the 27th ult. JAMES HANDS LINE thought dead, returns and finds "Juan, his DauAb- They can i seen at the Company's Depot, at New pet, 1h O ama glasiao orte AARI
by th&eile Simeon Sbigifriod, Mr. JAcos F.,S1NQILT.' For -mrel seerbuuta stern' wharft a
to Miss P1oguN A N, only daughter o he ae ho & te's Lord, and Lord of his Domans. Th as i te hesut t wharg e" nibg and centre tal, 1t Bramelhrt- al-.- I5 baleko oibaprda..
:.... JbiallhaBorolra. JOag li-Om I.o o.. ..... -- dtoakab)4`in~nhdletou pulcJ~^ALd TM mSro"S f be -"=" pla... KS^O?'^'^
S mis B. Ogle. e rtow 'p -. vengeance of hie father, the manly, firm rl.istance rage. 2 DtSOAe, -do. ....T
SJOH ldOeiion M .... HOM-N Thhr !DA Capt.ByoreilI ....A few tons RailRoid Iron forsale. P P rA, 2 pairrAufted do, stoves, kitchen fumrnure .T .
th RMtoj Brmlnal L h^^ ^ .^ il l s aidve robr orfg a le tato n a .tt.tud of ,ee .on. sepo-C---=d ..... 10 .. lok..te~to i ... ...l -0k-B On Wlrine-1
i phi, on Th sda* eve.g last. o Tho schr INDIA.A. Ca. Baymore, Will of Juan,- protecting 'the terrifid Haildee, and the "o.l", 39 -,. '.- 'oe d ag -lokerimd
th Brininall.A. WALTER merhat freightapply to strong emotion of the latter, wild twixtt fear of her u .. NI T" L....MALAA ,
SthUisCityo,, JANL -8 ND father and anxiety fr .the...ty of her l r, fo rm +Ti ThiA moN
ate Thosi. Sem deri,7.dy s -so, cet 2.-d -d8.so.th wharves o oan y raAteyat eoxt .e durn B=u-uL.mwy.Ea_ .c This tmp i_ atth, inTIad: Thzmori
SOon u, E .Ha a, group offering the I groa slon e for the encil of suto 27 Jo30 At fr
On Sunday evening, Sept 30th, bytthe Rev. Mr. Janes I naad Linse a gr. u he scopear fP w the Ja, tTE rS artist t,, o, o, 1 Atthe'ore, wilWh 4ibe sold, a laigievenh ALIV eRit th O -huctil on










LAi-ealr andt SA UE RtoES tb. Miss Afirst to leSA a veA ADer thet artist, who appears o hav g50e illfeam Sbof BankN Pos amlrg lot ofiaise t ables,H x suitpable fo ne ho el t sor o s, h ouse. kgin Moa bleag ac don Rdoi
Schr Sailor---Return*'inker JO d ys--e-Pi--onNS---'Da~ ...... TAYL tveninae ing-. ,.- no-w; .oo, the-+ .aintingsar sen pie ceon undfl:V andt ffty, theams suer,^ wht e glas :oeTjQ~ x zr- + ee.t.iA c )and es;kd do cralive.rs
ass, &I al. of his city. FOR" f3AV A N D DARIEN, 8Ito. concequalon af the poet. It is allowed vto borko tet of doctor wlberedeivd et' ALZEL AND TU~& LAMPS, sak dn d1 verpaol











~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Td :Da Ig^ i~ fi jhCaot his^l^ offic unift cents &_^ T ,S^ ^ e~a ,"^ ,,l' '10.gD
This 0 ay.ter piece. Inkiytiii coe at- 6-- a, wO5ill,1.YLEAD RW
"+ 1)le&Sl "l e ast sailimg packet sehr, ,e LVINGS. THE Cll-RC IALAN.--A igy fEV'i- cloc i e antefrnoP; a lth ofColbwing rates ofA. On ,W,,datd eAuc So,. .&.nrda oni
.. .... _.. aE'- Ct. Ae a sa sm.,pt. bess, wo sail -as-aoveh For,. wished paitling, representing to theife a secne age on g the p artice-t Oetdber 3 -d aet of awc si t o o ott mori
:n 'unday nigtilast. Dr. CONVNGHt& CAgW fre ght or passage, *ppiy'on board oryto which is of frequent occurrence in the Eait.' An Sngle Lttsr + 37j cepis.- "- e dI teed atoly., he n 0l"oelock ac the aA
1" 6f Clinton, Mississippi, til the 40Mn year of his oct. "'- JAMES HAND, dDouble dh -. r o o a m Pk1a wSut ST no in. ree o
S fr ip end. aLr e ] is ...ect nvt too attenct-9d hi.- 8" .,south wharves. AOreeans for1tlw Merchant is eagerly bargamager ining Toari, wl s .. le 1 do, k ced o ao r month on+t pd bt oat h mpsand 2 h asretr'aesik
age.. .. oc -- 58 so t wh rvs Ar e i wW ec Tripl 12 do~ u,. Wee Room ,. Nov ,91,noi uatr ca s
Mi tfiends are pt JAMS HAN Lit. with a Turkish Pacha for the sale of a beautiful Cir- Qdlpdcoof fesour monh oroti ShereK OFbt W INES
... meh from the oeo dance o Mr.Jhn oGouge, No. cfan feminatn whlsr the lote matter Parcels, or Lett ers compo ed of ode or more arti-mhterm Od .M










-: whc otmss alrgigbla .c ^ prt stret .... ti ... JA E ..... frge arteesigOe lcin antfi f elct / .. PR, oCLAMATIof Nd rm r rl .. ,^h h rt t -^ sa~re'6
fhnaestreet. th lafternoont. For New Orean "From friends and home, andfreedom aU restiandg .cles, and weigi,,ng one o.ence, avordapos, 5-, and b fie pir pieor, mn-optabl asblac adA nt m..
"a~ry isfer~ n at 3 "'d j o-. morro.w. ., At, o.ustf Texash ciy the 7th uhlomt e l R. Sr.The- ,., t siin _... s-ip JANE ROSS, with a natural delicacy of feeling and undisguised- in proportion for -ol greator weight. Imtarle tops 5 kenetaebleu blak andld, 3' pair A I o Thls sar











o ta lf thisaT cVty, aed 51 ears. A. He. left. me lasts *e r g ship JANE ROSS, horror, shanks from the steadfefwn a..." '. "t 1 oe" ons'tinr .. t
S ovemtber, on btndess which detaind him"untit tis-- Captai McIntosh, having been detained b horr hrnsfoteseaa da f J P.rhe. r18 ah6r anNesenrerteeakabledtos. 9 per t bsh"dooir d .

>; e d b A ES ER .. -M tiow feigudreso Stspetors agfe's .clt. hfeFtre n c "d -reia p atfte Bh "gany <".
deat is return s .anx.ort, .led fr II. wet weather, will continue to receive freight, until -- r, ."'03* JAMES .. .. P.ph e ciha buPauldis p uperdr ot o/tS dewriSf a
,:+' family irr Me present October. ai ehas-letae ife and .t0-morrow, atL 4 o unless sooner full. -.For 0DE R lirs,. 4DsA o- chaim, any in or s ,
,. +r-aln ds- -acrp of St.-John ia hrs land, q h a h s _ensington, April 2 a.d s hi. he fohnd and iittesrns, late air to,"n "h11i^W .10e 3I RGN
.... mentr Rcinc onf ieh. t o lg AMEtS, frAND, thirst at apurvntream gushing from a rock. a"Ard virtue of-di-ers writs-of g=o' fac. a,Avd a ad dining tables. 33 mahop y WstOaRds with black On Wed nesday
La < -g--"'ua oct 2-d 58 south wharvsep- John Wes clothed with Camel' hair, and with a gir- lrd's wa-rraw rt o me oadirerted, wil be sold at Tgold r mrbe ^top, do do-white, 4 mehogony sAt or o'etekon Lombard str
'. in 2-.2t.. ln he '- t p g, nw 0 r meh ple at pierglases, with nm- for account ofunderwrite, be
p b iPdelpilla Board, of *Iraue. P assage fron Louuonderry, de ofia sinm apopttslns, andn he dodesat OcusL publc sle, on We sdapy, aith 3lay of toebersber ofotherarticles a. qansatityos- of sal. haO, Anhl
oMonthrly Committee. Persons Wishing to engae assae for their and NWild honey. '--t. Mark-, chap. 1, v. 6. next, at 10O 'clock, M, :at the evidence of Joseph AY ORe Y OFndDWTr. the, ha_.eed omptses et. ..
JOHr Mr.tDDLE, "WM.M. TOMPS -aI friends in first rate ships, to sail fromLoah n.' THE PRINCESSOF'CAItUA.-Withasplen- Arnie in the town p of Uipper Darby, i hoan- a .*, HOUSEHOLDN CO FR... GrO T F TR
-M. D-LEWIS. derry for Phladelpha- id robe of white sati in an attitude of deep con-t ofe lware the o PersonaPrper At 10 o'clock, at e -r B otor a OAn,
*,i__ __yan,_siled _AlexadriaOne on the '5lth March 1839 p u e, rea n a nrites'ne Hor, one Cow, reard orn, ukt ey, 1arnote- t 0 re ... ,,e t mo......
r'i al l a ige[lo ofayH .oshd ,a o Hy a. h rnd Kitchee ournin -Will be r an a Mbsolt39n of godd aa on f At 0 'clock, e s
...... .hr...cy. Y edo ,.do 25th March, do. THE REVOLT'IN .ARiS IN A. 1358, by consieinr ofeds, Bodhto.iadsheTabled tChakir, Looking board, bsi.., Eleanor,,( cn'tof arge a t. ,m.. ee ,
77 .. P or of Phi-. l..,,-. --, *. .-. :" -d -- ... --* th p-,,, .. ... ..do,' +, g re'lm" h ,w i!
..i I I d o Giraud.--Marul, Provost of Paris, saves from the f-.. G-,issts,,Careting, 4'.
.' .. .. o ---do do 20thApri, do. I moment ofrchmantel nd astral -Rmm. chRtdelter &,whaof, for cshe for Tccon
-'. ARRIVED. do do 1st May, do -- ry of the revolted Parisans, the Dauphi icharles, in the ad--Ote lender, a largeloofd td h,,i lam, ch o, ra a, brtni tesg, by ea.ae .
















*- .. g Gem, Eldrigo, 7orhdays fof lciegfdro, with medz ido do 10th May,' do. Duke of Normandy, andRegent of Pfance, during B.swit grosarst Feltns, ls, P41n 0 i11, japanned hl, wnt, enein brig C cn
to Plmer 4lriHgae. aay non doth soom i o angato thefc subriber, te optvit Mofntgoh, his her -Balance. Sv- a
i et is.p Hand. -to be hee first o leav er xt S eo the sun bcr l iber. the catiit ofn p, onee Joh, hl rel aed fifty rem bathrr w ite gls plates, of gcardes;
9 W", Sai.h lor's R eturn,T inker,10 days fn Pietou ,N S / cotton- T AY0R T s p C W i "" T of B P a o f R 1 box .. t,
S.'- wihcoal, toru.EGeorge.n .... -, p 25---dtf 276 MrketLabove th. with equal advantagein the'evening. .vellum folio water leaf, about four hundred and fifty RICH MANMEL AND ASTRAL LAMP8, codfish;dadehumber; amaachI
.- arge Globe, Wilsonn 4 daiai Albanyr, with. de "' Hours of Exhibition from 9 in the morning, un- reams medium, cap, and post water'leaf; one hundred CHINA AND GLASSWARE, BRONZE fl.. our; 26 ks p to b
to erlhnts' Lilon ; ae.O t n o s JAMES HAND'S LINE. Mill and from 2 bPM. until 10 at niht. and forty reams wite tqa.s parl fihd WAREis, & o "v the mag a tzne.
FOR NATCHEZ,- GRAND GULF, AND A- 25 .- m.i ....Tickets about seventy reams white vellum and blue cap vel. 'on Th CHMA
SaTCLEA NC GRDGUFA Admiance 25 cent. No moteMV Beasoni i leeu lunr water leaf Ont.11 morin
ir igSan. Til rhadoes, John C DaCosVa- -K"BU he will be sold.. se 'A Patent Cutting Press, alot of Coal, indste A o
+41.,l & Miele & Rpmbard, New York, A Pat Fi se-- akes ea from the Baliqe. P o ae s ot fnt 1ol
an. .- -I The A 1 'coppored and copper fastened brig Sheriffatv. and aquanttd of oterxartiesnotniaserted. woir. Wflfd,'aaortm.ent ofrih-articles, cosist- At I o'clock, atethe n
V MEMORANDA. DANIEL KILBYV, Captain Anthony, has con- To the+Electors of- the City and County of Philadel- ..ileam andken in e .nd. ....t.il b by order of
Shi p Georgi. Eldridge, from N Orleans for Philad. aiderabla cargo engaged and goig on board, will sail ha. ..ade isn boynlm tc ahd.... Company, 2'bakets kli
ber, e reported, put into Savannah, 2d ult. in distress, In a f w days, with whatever freight may oflfr. For ELLOW CITIZENS--Havin been placedEA in Sl.-nii'l EVANS' S. W A Y, I Sherif ]lamps of great vAr 'e 1arns1 with .... and
h.+ .. ..g experi. .. evre haren o the5h hand frogt ,which will be taken at tow rates, or pasae .l nomination for the office of SHERIFF.. by the to I, it a...... .
6th Set oil The Double Headed Shot Keys. uriog apply on board at Morton's wharf, below Walnut DemocratFd Conferees, 'cd respeitWnrlas rn ei 'yhci beno by ttots, Exsoewibnclte -tuoy4eite t opS andaert frut lms '1 t on'ay 'us
Whi.h lost masts, sails, rigging.bul 01, 4 a part. sI, or to -JAMESHAND, frames at theensungGeneralElection, and if elec'- .- PdOL M. ... .
..Tdecante, winet, 'tombhs, champagnes, coteeresi, ssque, G5 south Second s9 r*at,
of deckoad,. .. sep 24-d.. 58 south wharvee.. ed, I pledge myselfto discharge the duties of the oa-- 'THEREASi ;onf,,nutyith an. 4cof cordials, Ieuunades, ,trw,-diz.se., hockb ,55,.'bo,.+tlr#UtOck anid fixturesaefhatoli
The' b._rluq '...e, Htenrieh,at this port, spoke a., a t a rice, promptly.e li -ANIEL SMITH, neural Asenibly of this.om.on-e s h r l 4 a 6 Sr c n
lit 80 42. lon-t 6T 43. brig Sea 'Eegle, of Boston, from V A Ti 'PUBIC Seal. sep 5-dtE -elh asdteltidyo ue .I. 8-~cnears n 7 jih agn hnair~rnesiis oln ide;Md
+ roro tt o oo~a t Gena--al wol.--req~ ed t +, x. UD,, +2,+r+. + ". Weatt, pa~ l m 'lbt day f J~ e, A D., 8, '.m twas, .es.+.,pe, .,,-a day; df, ,Ju- ... A. D., 'I cande;labrra-so -
Porto Rico bound to Genoa-,ll well.reque.ed to AC UN .. t.. '' ... and gilt mantel ClOCts, ebooy und gilt do, 1 large ag a, o
Do 1:t 0 TY FARM, herlifttk ... t he Judges, Inspot~ors, a~nd Cferkii. appotnted- o... ... W...
Reportedd' n A i ESER COUNTY FARM, hanging clock, in rosewood s aa, suitable for "large osski ro'b@Ulss The stok o
p'0 .. GeotinsWiche, from[,Newport, sailed from II. 2&mi~s from Philadel phia, 8j from Wilmington, and 'To the Freemen of the Cit and Coutny of Philadelphia hold the General E_.?ction in the city of Philadel- hall or public building-, bronze toddy kettles, night or and choic old wie.
f momjie.26th.Au. f 'ad. 3 from Kenniett Square. ,IWELLOW CITIZENS:--Thie subscriber respect- phia, are requ'red'.to meet In their reapeetve wards; lamps, vases with flowers and shades, Canton china Cataogues will be ready for
Sh- tiirroll of Carro Bird, at N -.York on Sun- O On Thursday, the 25th of October, at 2 o'- A.U' fully offers 'himself as a Candidate for the Office 'and the Judges, Inspectrs, and Clrks, appointed- dineraetsnete, -' vious to the sale.
risk frot, w iverpoola S C 2 l Mg cock, P. M., will be sold at publicaale, on tire of SHERIFF, and hereby pledges himselfto the Free. to hold the (lereral Election in th" acarpotated Also, aninvoe'L.ofgant out lass bottles, fill-ed '
I i Dp0e, was at St Croix, 20 days since, in ises, that viell known FARM, situated in Ken- mei. of thCity and County, if elected, to discharge Dtts of t e Cpuenty of Philadelphiaare required withsupeior Cologne.s y a.'. wuls-ua fl
Ifr NI York, nctt Towhship, Chester county, leading from Wil- the dutiesof the office to the best of his ability,, with re f f.ne .nls t tra
". *- +.+ .... .... +, x, from"- ... .Alsoa, an invoice ofn eUn ts e m v .u t n ztr
..Brig A.4anta. Ludlam,, was. at anchorin the lower mington to Kenett Squate, bounded by lands of John faithfulness, promtitude and humanity. 0 n meet in their rspective districts, for the pu-. Alec, a ivc .e.8
3ay, Now- York, on Friday, detained by adverse Yeatman, Lewis Cause, and others' containing 120 DANIE' E pse of correAtiu any eror, or supplyign o, R.. np n, ,.te__e CARDATo R L -ROCa
-Brig Rowena. Ande rson~of 1hilad, at N York from of cultivatumn, w ith a good proportion of wood land. reun.o..isee v tr." o.44 ,&h- WEST ERN eAUO tO wirOe, ah.e 1 t so r.fitotmiG ers. die m vto esld b
: Lagnayay, spt. 6.,Left brig Anr& Leah, Booth, for This is well known to be one of the best farms, for. Wanted immediately, NOeTIC~unsfe Ist _EREBY rGIV~N TO, ALL, ,N0 Lk+- P)+ rlm+~,o 1#lJd+soo itLr~,&,tk
Phslad.'moo. the number of acres, in the county, for 'raising grain, "E' W O MEN, .....h each --pitai of fro m ) to' ,,y ,.- .. .. ee, in A~rcu, t. betweon 9th ai
"-"Brig A HPomnoy, Davison, hience at Jartlor~d,2 th orfeeding attle, and i well calculated for the dairy; Ar $500, toene into valable speulation, from .. .0B N8 CONC .flI't ), .- CARD,-Furnlture saleseattended to prsoan l' rn ,~ 10 o'cok
tilt, u. there is anZ ine~h~austib~l Quarry of Limestone on theo .. hic .,h (wit.th prompt.,; attt"o tPhe p..artes t,,e -Thai the JudgesInspetors, and Clerks of the dif. by, ii subscriber,., at, the dwelling hous^.es ofly ow me- CAR.-To Excuokrs_, A.m
"" + "Brig Pouri, frmmBoston for Philad. sailed from the adjoining, farm, where lime" ..... may be had at any time handsomeK ..... salary of from '~ v$2"... tO e000io""a year .. may ......b feient wards an! districts" aforesaid...', i i+i the city and e, o a th...... stor, and ... th proeed pr mpl ,id u- Apprisemnt .. o m ad ec on, Ralm
Rod nFidy .o reasonable .ems it is sitate in. a.... good, healthy realized. county of Philadelpnia, wril asdimb'le at 10 o'lc eo~t ver;. Also.I.:- ., admnitm.rs sales and apprise of evs7desaoription for Executo
-' Sc 8 hr C~ohmbian ~agle, Cramer, sailed fl-r Pro'ri- n eighborhood, near two mills, stores, anda various+ Address S. R.,,-P-ost Offiee,-Philadelphia, (post paid.) In the forenoon of Tuesday, QctOber 2d, A. D, mont of,. fumnit; a ......l s.t.-,sded ,* '~ .. Extensive Satl
-' O>" tnee onTh.urrsday, for Phihad. 'l places of public worship. Te improvements are a All communictitons" perfectly confidential. ... 1838, at the fo1wi l" s fo p"poe a- --, o US......L. ,,.. ... NI,, o'U,, ... GRO CERY FIXT UR S
-' n- ... PhilMary Pat n, sailed from Alehao riat o u lt ri rosub oatil erach flouetw sorshi ,wj 's, idf -' + "+ 18 ,..eoj-,g aefor; gobseetptry ithrposest ovapeife:. '- ..H U EOnLD 'FR E RF ++. Th. momi
,Lym l ToDOner. erS Deln~eo d--tKti~ysRte- A 0 Wdeda onn,-- 'By order of an A1
./.... ch r Iosap m ansie rmAlxnrao n and cellar underJL~e whole; a good pump l~use, -,T Prnes.. UperDlwieWrd-AitngrRoer'-At 1 o'clock,' a the'auction' store,, "Ti oi
.... Yridapfor PNilad. with good water at the door; a stone spring house, T HREE or four good COMf"OSITOftS can obtain darn hotel, Fourth street aibOVe Race street '-/ r. A good assortment of household andkitaphenfur- 'At!10oucloek, will besoldl, in
~h anyTeaor~ecgtAuut~e 8t vr evrfiig spring. nea .h hos;.a stn .- situations by applying to : North Mulberry Watd-At the +north east orar- :niture, comprising+ mahogany sideboar~d, bummt, Ninth and Tenth streets, corner
tilt. *~~~'- 9' sm~ok hous,.smt.. sip,. nd. agoo stonetenemnt.'WLL BA.IN .ON. HA-WL '" ncr of Race street and Thirteenth street, dining, breakfast and card tables, carpets. andirons. th...e .fn .xeaie
Schr Wm Wilson, Baker, hence at Boston on Fri. ho use, together, with all other .necessary .. .out bmild. sep+22-dtf 293 Market at.. nabve 7th. Lower Delaware W ad- At Hotter's hotel sig- shovel and tongs, looking glasses, fattey and 'windsor "'at port, -Lteb n~an champagne t
= ..... _~ t71 -.. CL.-'+.. .t. o. R .. ..ao L ...., -tko o ar elarr 1 work short, #ranaries, etc.;a ..=,. +. of tIhe Swan, Race near Thlird-street, chair.. sofas-, set~tee, igu rushu.satm and spring seat whis.. coi be..... tess whi+te
'Unmf i ~ ~ r .'.+reis e wi ah -jr11+-mJ', w'~' o j te* 4:i_ 'oan- nih --olhpr"rv -W+ r"--A tn, ~ h+. Tell. ,, .uo+, aa;ng. -h,, ta cro et d.+cemrw n ht mp
Slhip PsCtor, P'earse, (of Bostony at New York from- t eo .ere.. .. .. ''Yf~t d et "- ..a. t W~~el )hn, g ta bl... .:= k" ry. lass. chees ,, brw nand whit smo ap ..
lb. i ng apple orchard of choice grafted fruits; a good quar- Rh,' Ph,,,, ....e,; hi. High Street W ard--At -Douglass hotel, 8Sizth -ep furniture. o m'nooae, to sW
"+- .0th ..n.f.ead h retr atofte adql be ...... v .. Verid. Ektp,4, Juine,-18a8. street below Arch "street. "- -L' KSEBC' ADor :SOEc o re.
shi p Pen'nsylvania,-Smith at N York on Sa- enclosed with atone fence at a very low rate; more -Willis r Montgo.mery,~ '_ North Ward-Brock's taver, soot ws car--. Also,. at commeiiceeienf .oftirr sale, I of Kister-. Also, ,qsshs~oil .ns, tea
y..;." y, from Liverpoo, tAug.-26th. need not be saidas those wishing to purchase, will 73ME. Au~ditor~apeint~ed. bY. eCour~t,t report4i netr 9f Teu* and, Are~trsets. -+ bo, k's. patent stoyen _with Ib. lers, 2 cooking tove., a -drawers, bins, Vtan.d.sks a)toy


n pMI vesper, treo H.avana tfor Hambur, supposed be shown the property by calling on the subscriber, i.ri. tion of ot tne tid in court, minth e above case, Chestn Wf'Wad-Sgn Of Robinson Cruaos .ytinur stoves, and several ouer stoves tor buurnig calculated or a retail grocery' R
be o btrandod at 1trderney, -tha 3 1st Aug. was off living on the premises, previous to 'the day of sale. arising from the sal bytheSneri-of-A- t thatcer- Third stt etwee Chesaut and Market'..' ..coal. A^ HANDSOMEp rURNITU
S Dovir,2th, not30th. Titleindisptable. Saleto be positive. Tertms made tain lot or piece of ground on the eat side of Willow Soutkt a S W.ard a -treet. "DAN
r, -- A -X. < known at sale. B. H. WILEY. ati:, between Spruce and Pine ste., in the city of Phila- ,o --' ...otel, corner ,- On T ursday w ning, ,- At No" o.2 Ctharin asetw.
,,, Exchange Office. Kennett, Sept, 25, 1838. oct 2-d3t delphia, beginning at the distance of 176 feet south- Xleventh and George streets... t 10 ololo ck. will. b l n C stre. ab st annrsetw
J AMES MISGRAVE_0 SON, S.E Ecorner Ches- ,-_- I^ rrr ward from the south side of the said Spruce street, Middle Ward-.Ottenkirk', hotel, corner of cr, V eo s ks
rutiand Third-stree. CHIEF JUSTICE MARSHALL'S DECI. containing in front or breadth on the said Willow Eleventh add Marketa-streets. Of+ od^tpslt t p roey B as.. On Wednesday C
Lumbermn's Bank, risburg Rail Road, um- SIONS. street 14 feet. and extending in length or depth east- Walnut Ward-.Benders hotel, Dock and Ex- comprsng 3 vi s, 3 pair of bellows, drills benh At 0'lock atNo.20Cath
.. brland Valley, and Soufhwark Corporation--Notei I AY & BROTHER, 122 Chesnut st. below 4th, ward 56 feet 6 inches, to a four feet wide alley, ex- chang str.eet v.es slde.. lr anl d s ome uriur onf Erxa 4kmih
bought. oct 2-dtf AI have recently published- tending southward into a 25 feet wide alley or street, D.c Ward o.f... -."eof' li tt -ot o pi
V- l< Reports of Cases degded by the Hon. John Mar- Called Factory street, which extends from Willow to Dock Ward-Rees'a Enmskillen Castle Fifth andbe, ot ofpicksm bar, tog.. lot of heading malegos ng or
ew... N.om eu.. .. Shall, late Chief Justice of the United States, in the Beach street; bounded on the north by ground of near Prune street. i toos, l and beam, bolt and screws, wenches, m.arbl -an e- iba
DDIT-ES of London Life, by Paul Pry, authorof Circuit Conrt of the United States, for the district of Reese D Fell, on the east by said 4 feet wide alley, Locust Ward-At HohlhanA's, corner of Tenth cranes, staples and hiner o-o^ and vaes, centre table; retr
O Little Pedlington, 2 vols. 12no, Just received Virginia and North Carolina, from 1802 to 1893 inclu-. on the south by Lemuel Lamb's around, and on the and Locust streets. brass aion.,. an a g a ot lor chairs claw foot dining and
; and for sale by KAY& BROTHER, sive-edited ty John W. Brockenbrough, Courlrellor west by the Willow saeet aforesaid-Will attend at Pine Ward-At the house of A aarrinl No, Aflr the worksh Inea
oct Il-dst 122 Chesnut at. below 4th. at Law, in two large volumes, royal octavo, beauti. his office, No. 62 south 6th street, on Monday, October 173 rFifthstreet o t w oho at c m nernd vtcinaanari
fully bounnor nnd b.aoct cdina...n-...s...
INiPirnIET TICKET agreed upo by the D. fully bound in calf. oct 2-d3t Sth, 1838, at 4 o'clock, P. M., at which time anu place 17 Fit street .. Mon --'t .. ,-
S legates from the several Wards, September24th. StJHWARK CORPORATION NOTES the ci'mants upon the srd fund are required to prone Nrew ret WardAt t use of oiah ant F t, aet Timepe, t. dr ng tables bureaus,washsta
their" claims,' or be debarred upon +coming. in upon Warren, Nt.W corner of Gaskill and Fourth ste. -(',, Cat,,loo.u,,)' < articles':+ '-"'"
V1428. "ANTED this day, which, will be taken at said fund. SAMUEL H. PERKINS, Cedar-Ward-At Johnson's, corner of Lombard To do theirAdvances. Al," lang-A &ssogtment of exe
"+ "SELECT COUNCIL. vv the lowest rates of discount, at the office of sep 24-dlOt Auditor, and Thirteenth streets. On Mondaymorning, Oct.8. ture; charbr mnd cooking stove
* eR Chan4ler, Lawrence Lewis, R. 4- G. MANLEY, -.,an h& Jnolliars IPanted -MOYAMENSING. Will be soldatllOjo'clockinthe funifturerooile N.'B .-The. housa wailbe.opm
Those Kittera, George F Lehman. Exchange Brothesm, Si East Ma amensing an WeS.t Moyaensing-over the action ale wnrure
ar~~~~~~r.+, ~~~ ~ Es h;., .,r..;..; .a.i..e ,,nc y ing ad Wst Moyamensing-- over the anction store, teflomfri i c
*COMMON (,O UNCIL oct 2-dif N.' V. cor. 3d and Chestnut sts. F'OR which a high price will be given, at the. of-
W Rawle Aaron 8 Lippincott Ai Or inance Lice of R. G. MANEY At the commissioners all i said District, under their advances, viz- handsome pier tables, e ry l
oIn relation to the fooway in Library street. Exchange Broker, NORTHERN LIBERTIES. with Italian marble tops and mirrors;-8 lady'. ESPECIFULLY informsth
SPeirson Serrill "John Price Wetherill aug31-dtf N.W.cor. 3d and Chentsts. First Ward-At the sign of the White Horse; dressing glass bureaus, with minors; 8 mahany men of Philadelphia tht
Joe Hand a Sam W Weer' lE it ordained and enacted by the citizens of Phi. -- '= -- .a 'Second below Callowhill street. hair seat aofaswith spring seats ofdierent patrns; SChOOL ,Wllbeopeo edon
S Jacob B Laaster JohnThomaon e lad.Tha t the footway on the north side of Libra. o Tce o insovens. Second Ward-At the house of Joseph Shrack, 2 superior second hand do, with figured eats, of October, at the S E corner
B Fling Ebenezer Mustin SEPTFMBER TERM ;,entrance on 8th- streetF stree
.Sa. l H ..kin J i.e. ry street, in front of the Bank of the United States, ERSONSb gail themselves i .Wood bew Fourthstreet,. gently cost 70; 2 sfs; 2 cane seat recess lounges; se pe
ey shall be of corresponding widthof the footway on the of the .Insolvent Laws of this Commonwealth Third Ward-At the Commissioners' Hall,Third 6 mahogany high back,spring seat rocking chairs, 8th and Walnut streets, or at No
John Lindsay John Sloan north side of sid street at 4th street, curb stone to be will find it to their advantage to call on the subscri- above TAmany street. hair seating, some figured- seats; 8 windsor, rush sep 25-eodlm .
Jos C Neal James Andrews + reset to conform to existing regulations, and all ex- ber, by whom their business will be correctly and I1. Fourth Ward-At the Northern Military Hall, and cane seat high back rocking chairs; 2 recess
Jas Hutchinson Jos Brookfield penses of making said alterations to be defrayed by- gaily attended to, until a final discharge is procured Third below-Green street. e r;. 6 mo bras .. on, d g s htereb
o~a ,,,,. ih u w .., said Btnk of the United States, any Ordinanco'to the from .... ..rds 6..... ""'... ')". .. -, ... ..... s,
David Boyd John K Kanep r said fln of theUnited States, any Ordinance to the rom the Honorable the Judges ofthe our. erms Fifth Ward-A Gilbert Thompson's, Bcks tables on caters; acardt esd; mahogany d E suscrir does hrer ,
Contrary notwithstanding. moderate and accommodating. 'Office in the ba .- ... 1. p .. i
menhe storyre ofth Pttheoar' Delegate, bo 9ase' 'oCo.nty, hot el,.Second_ above Grqeen,street.. stands; work tabled onsadr dsetetbe;6fo thdgo r~tnt ,
P UublihEd border of the jj Chairmate. Enacted into an Ordinance at -the City of Phila ment story ofthe Prothonotary's Office, No. 9 State Sth War d theamr's, street near i of tables o ttomans; etrols; s myorandson oH WILiaM
S. delphia, this 27th day of Sept., in the year of House Row, Chesnut street. .t War-At 4 Deamer's, Coates street near pir of Venettan binds; ottomans; stools; shovel m grandson JOrNW LIAM
W. P. Sharpless, Secretary. ep29-d9t our Lord one thousand ight hundred and thir- ROBERT F. CHRISTY, Fifth street, and tongs; waiters, and a variety of fancy articles, 'count, as I will pay no debts 0
..... 'oge wates ov.,mawgandnsnd
A- First Ward, Spring Garden. ty-eiglt. WM. RAWLE, N. B-Persons who wish to be kept out of difficult Seventh Ward-At James Vance's, Second st., ect. ovr, ysad grandson is conid
Te 'Deocratso h d r t m President of the Commond -oun'l. nty until the 'rerm, would do well to call as soon as above Poplar lane. Carpets, Fa....Cazr.. .d .f n" -
atW M arsien o'. Ade-cenreato the InsolventLaws _C p "-. c ...pt. 2 t ,138.
at the Commissioners' Hall, in Vine street; his President of the select Council. cheerfille afford ratio R tte bolnht n KENSINGTON.. slead. Table is, .--
.-Mornhrg, at 10 o'clock, to superintend the Registering Attest-LEvi HOLLINGSWORTH, o t p First Ward--At Rushton's, sign of Cornwallis, Also, 6 handsome birdeyed maple high post bed- TI
~and Correcting of names on and off the Assessqr's List. oc t 2-lidCerkoontheoobtiineCoucil.mugrtgagedt
l.verDemocat~he Ward i reques n 1 Octte Clerk of the Coinmon Council. 1 i omrge, each above Maiden street. steads; 4 field do; 6 fancy rush sat and cane seat I"the matter of the aeCo&nt of H
Evey Democrat ofhe Ward is requested to b Second Wal-At QucksallsSecond street a- parlor chairs of different colors; 6 speor new in. a m strator of-- M
',tual in his attendance, that freemen and citizens may OO aTICKETS FOR THE ADOPTION OF THE, hove Beaver iet.
S mot be impoed upon. No. 168 South East corner of Market 4- Fifth Sts. "grain carpets; venetian enty and stair do; 4 pe. 3 ltdEu piaot ym t ma
M-"e K. n .i. gt n.D i r i. ----- J1OOTS AND SHIOES, of every description and ..... AMENDED CONS'1I.UTION. / Third Ward-.-At Johnson's, corner of German- nor feather beds; 2 hair mattrasses; 2 straw pal- balance in the'hands-of klugi C
D ocrhtic Meetg-Kensington District. quality, constantly on hand for sale by HE friends ot the New Constitution are inform- town road and Master street. liases; I red patent high post bedstead; fancy ind- tra f Ra
Prier, IngerS611, Domocracy, and the People's O Y T hata large n er of TICKETS correctly Fourth War-At Schlecht, Penn Treaty,Beachsor chairs; I t; linen tab aGeorg
.l" Rig/h^ dr.iA new and superior article of Gum Elastic Over '."printed,a ". f Tt above hckanxon street. ad a variety of other fancy articles. of tolber, 188,at4 o'clock, P.
Thed democratic citizens of the District of Ksing. SOES- O ct 1-if ot distribution, in such Districtsas have not any pro- Also, 1 set of matel vases, with flower piece a p te are request
videdtn w 1 --Fifth Wardet-At Haslam's, corner of Front and A' all, "-on iteres
ton, will hold a meting at t Commissioners' Hall, Potaoes & Biox-.W oopJ. Applications for such Tickets to be made to FRE- Montgomery Atreet. and glass shades. .. sep.24-eodtO3
in said District, on Friday evening, 5th inst. at 7o'- .B-SH-ELS Prime r otatoes.-.... l sticks DERICK SrOEVER, No. 48 Dock street, who will SPRING GARDEN. NB.-Catalogues will be ready and the furni- DR. GLOVEI
- r clock. forward th m according tubo.H V c. be viewed on
AAdresses may be expected from several prominent BoxWood. For sale by forward them, according to instruction, by mail or First War, at theCommissioners' Hall, Vine tecan be viewed On Friday afternoon and Satr- l r t
,,prwJAMES HA ND, otherwise. aipd without charge. near ntij eet. day, preceding the sa.
members ofthe democratic pariy,and every mal who o -dtf 58. south wharves. r Democratic Papers throughout the State will Ters h. ORthectreofGotortt
-beer the name of Democrat, and imjesiroua to pro-4 Seon W-,a ihe Jh' rv ad
plas cop the soutu. wnar--ve-sanroe
-o teew theiname of Democrat n and is iesirousto proe c Fur p p lease .opy the above. t.ar s 22----d6t Second Wgrd, at Michael S John's Drove Yard, Pawnbrokers' Sale of 550 Lots of oy and alll diseases of the Uri
moti the interests of the republican cause, is respect- ,. Ridge Road, below Coates street. U N R E D E E M E D P LE P G p g ree p
fully invited to attend. No. 158 S. E. corner Market& Fifth St. w anted, Third Wad, atPatte.s6n's,Preston Retreat Inn, O-U n M.a morng, O. h, .a e.. freeio nauseating
Th h n ,rr,.ai Di;s,;t TTER. Seat. Nutria and Hair Seal CAPS. cnn- RY middle aged GENTLEMAN, a situation as Callowhill eteet. between Thitr nnd Fourth ItL A. .... 8 aant to .. n ecacow


1.awill willqq

wvine, tnportad direI t S iCm AuuzOIx W~arszw*n.~
rchaomra, elded in thismallme M Ik omt-MWAui)- t
the cooer 3 thi& hWin =bu1~ee
8. CAnrfTbeT ^lba. Waen* and, a0 i,- M
3 7 Cheautp* 9hUw *e wr md y, 6*ioum day
ortuent of GOWMN&. .ag u IM gwufal U, pis. -
: -/,; ... ^ ^^ ^ A ,. ^ ;.,
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phestaddoo; s0o ebts *r*aa


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.. .

8 -SALE. fT$t ham" -.. .
a.io~oe C~~~jigPyoFff.JyCrista
SAE -t k

Inderwriter's, partial- ,Jil HUlgi'tteinkwik
a blacking 1i boxes, range-of ma r too".
ems apphee and boxes brgrnkfMCgd,6d bh emm.mhgz

W m, g._powder and "--- .i =.,. ,
[,A8S. y 4diiddhiifttdoylu
-8 by 10 and 10 dlby. raun 11-s, O'y wuMt m r--d e
LLA. other bambm eri .",.
.. A ls6, am s'gh lg d y i p Uqlb-qloAb It l ra ts
k Pan*. keqep; a trjy e 'i ooking v, o ",4
RAISINS. PE k iBADX -#D P.M W.oOe.K
do black paint, tus-a -va" r Jit JB --=--- -- -t-eul+la-
store, will be sold 50 Aa it Port Win. ,
SA-LT Cilkand u ;
ajrr T pHOPtOW MATUSU6M. '

of. ,M, ....nCa A
i .- ." ^" 't h r p'aWl Ml o l -t" '

Jr Secod, 6 bo Sc .*loi" -
ry fine old pales td / -.ld' L Pr1^ i -'
amndetitui ed todeben- .O Thtai. mh sM 1 jT.
_- .Oct. 4 .l'cWjsh aeu s.I -P
O.Rl. catalogue,'4m ha utmt cr.editIMw.
kg, ed 1 '... *1 Ai i Ii'ia e, an -t o Vae i ",
re&t war~will beuiold 1,bjSRWhWM maj.uh
rfntitlyvifleared pok fro n w,*M I!A# =
suIt, c. talogi, -AG. Moving of frpa
Morning, -- ... ..nt* .
eet wharfwill be sold ROCRY rSTOW I i ',
ongoing tobrig Ellve, f.- ., e lap. iFPO
ors, tree top, boats, ca- At 11 W'Cka"t-fh nelheeDatomoe" Ml"
I Chthea w
7NDERWRITERS. "fCtuth"as. e s
8lft i r the sale on counterr scalftawiu whlesb,
esod, o. Almonds blpgte *' 4 -^ 'l
nt of a u derwriter% q K' Fi jT ZBAi ,m
"! Caawro 114w t" of a Ie "
Ling of a quantity d 1h Sit&sho~dX~ww
ituro _nche = b"'-- --5tl ~ hiO t,~ w' .
chair ~'0 do spema- Bv J[- 'l M m "
atmtr,rd, hams and A6CT QPfWI. llREIC,_
es monument; 50 bbls 12X- 2. ,*o#Ar' tMA ? a trmW ;r i
eon and,deliveed at ., .,
S 8ALE ."4fiffieV,
12th Oct.
action Wore,' AnoOf
ihe'Sotherm. Loa .n ),, s d l,
gChampagne. looks "H1si hso .oal
LNDISUORS. ^^~4|b<%
ki ve. X IN,
+ton>or Low Vo.n tnd- Ibri
wbembld, the Of`fe Ise~
I establfised wine a04 able 'in a h| *"'s
ch brandy, JaiRaica A o.' i of 10 b
aea, Sherry. Lisbon, 2 fI melea tigt.
ohd Claret WiWes, inM e"M. e i
d~priseu ManysOUperl- nab.1E.
delivery 2 days pro- Al Io, lfue dOIt ua* tl'fbn@k6t. -.
1- finerulb Jhm TBS a leovr
-^<^a*with. whts 'fqlJT* j. aerlemna. ing ca, i hr ap,

us.-Tb. .to ..h.etgl..

)d 1rth streets, th wtistm eI^tS t .tt lM'f _N t*._mf
ineulra'dylor dians., oQf4ai f J|^ 1 e-lL4r^

'AD 81TOCKL dialuf I^^ ^' C
asignee. o^uble hortliq pa IiOUJ
Atrch etreeM~be(weeB 'PS^" lever, wit 11 ,%ztr
of Lafayette street, *'"."" "'*' lime elet ---Mole|m0vseBe i
cery suer.. coustimun jewel -^l*^ )wtaid pkleBf'JMetansa.1
and -brown sugar ptai, fne doie boIo.u d .oub.es eel' d knnUt
,00 gallons oil, ham s, .i',iintejitl'pvi .- .. ..&I Ua.
swet B i. p.ck Wr le. w d
.. ..~ rm~a wi '
[- -- -. ". ~ k
uinnistv>siteo English jewelled wainebipqilvifijt.pai a
e, withoier articles ^Also an ftr^ ^f he El2is ^at


tore. W IS .- Ah* R11.X
RAND FtINE boxgi WW=-u r g
FORTE. ~breast u. .
enrot 't andSWaW of -"'. r
goods will be at ioI
-o-niog, .. mIur exammt an. .- coming lo
th rr d ..axe- I o'n. .o.
Marine street.the I ftd. Watchmakers, dealers etri
relinquishing hosa. attend. -."- -*.. -- ,
.e with mniror ano -'"' ltm :
d, fine toned piano By order the u TI" i -.
plat maftte~amls -;.: _" ,,. U ,.,a ,, -- ""
y afid bookcase, par. an
lyother tables -arlor,r. u.-Ismh, by,..o f.. u.
g, fiat qtair rods, dii-_ sive-- -sr en of ade
aenrtof cut glasshi0b _.. _.&.. ,
and bedding, lalies' o .W ,zi"
nds. 'with nmapy othr i '
s-, m or1 ~ e 0ts OQW42 StE h
6611n 'kitchen furni.sineutld' iI' Vail@or
n-eartly. On themomn- No b4 NEm'
un be seen.N te 5 1 --" ..
"-v ... ,++.wot4e^ dwuvm+f^~e~n */ a et
kiale .... +. + )e +" cxii., t s/a --" -S
ie Ladies and Gentle. d Gndo: 3 Wu devO*te his alt
his D A N CiN G N 1Nexcilui.veyoy o JtMnif his profe
i MONDAY, the 8th -vig: gleets,Oce.rs a tied l 3fMMte sdi
f8th and Walnut its., Strangers are "resp "ppi hta G b.
ubo.ription Book for ceived a regular rpedi educatioT.. in r fi&U A
pplv at the co6rner bf del college.and hs i preoelif tdy appreciated in
.276Arehat.' palrtictiar elam of diseee tifwhich he devotMee
whole htentnion, and oonaunte during the day
*- "... evening, as usual, ait Tisofice. 8uanpn -osM. H
. be deceived by pufflrng medical advertnsemen*-
cautioita-l forbid altl tlhese who call mMy uaioe may agpnd ulpi
is State or elsewhere, uniform afid enaistent treatment which has rendM
samobnt Whatever. my prActiee so celebraed'in' thom-eme. .
'IRWIN,'enty aeo, aep28-dtf ..
is, contrapting; mere- ItR p ui ......ai. &A.
erably a minor. ,0QRTU AMERS&N Tib A BAIf
ILLIAM IRWIt' .COMPAN'IW .. 26 W ]LL ST.
,,-im ,e2S. *! -+ .rl l Smr )r" A kto mir~ la li rmn imf83
KB. 1' "' T~1E surd if lA.. buq bday unsni
;;:# ,),. ,, # ,.-J-. Resolv~ed aq+ ilmkU d ~tlof heBtlmB I
ughah ..... liu.t e amouao thTVa t (eCa-i fu ia
AGE, dc'4.. of4hi'Coampany toTheg. LLOtOF F1.
id Orphsrnsi'btrof-th if i" "b l.-te re ,.. al FIVE
1v distribution of-tho from the first 6 ef Januarnuynxt.- enlarge
leatherwood, adm.ini.. the.wrinen consent bfthree-futthe's amount of
will meet at Evans' Sbektolde, of this Company. Of the abut -
6th street, on the 3d.-OjiM tion not imoreh -h-- .lye M sff' hall h
A.n wnen and whre edr Beis and Morlgamson oil pijle Real
ed tooattend. the periofor subseri ln to which m limited to
FifaeelDe I qW NosAs6r islie and the semai'
r s Fv- : Fy MAlllo. ballot received w ttjr in Cash am
h.ritic 'Public Stocks. 4. ,
b lt=rjnBi Yeakna. Border of tthe 1d t 67 D
Whinat ^Weilinpak--4=11. .. .
n ryspWA-The-"VAL .IL
ositive cure for &le AYI ).UiBPrsd
40alaid-sifea- A





.... .. ( Q .- i d OMS S COUNTY. ..BORO.GH *EMOCRATI N. L W
abswmnwv ^ respecti1 *' 40 rough? ui~tp hel.on the ovenixng of the 28th P5RTER, VAN BaRoN ANI
IN*UMG RTORSW KLE3na s ci0izend to ough ...hfd.
^ato Wtip es a tof the oppouluoiiat Roho- We it~oin lH the-returns that bve y~et reached ^^ffuth, ,. :-- u39 i GEORGE W SMI9K was called to he (c f^ the ms e thuistca
a-x | -rough ooFuiday,firom which our democratic readers us of the Inspectors' Electiaos. It will be seen that Ier Merion 1 Cthir, and eter Buddy appointed Secretary, wep ,t e p emope of ,th oth
: may foim a f.ir tiate of the desperate kless, they are of very favorable ter, and opl 19 it a- heldin the Ffth Ward at the
newsof 1 eAS whiggery. Thebstatement isfsigned the p ivsiot sp/emions of-our-democratic fr' .ed 00 That a Committee ofnfeen be held iote f h Wr d ath
o4 th. ld aes 00a pointed prepare and b isha et evening, the 24h inst. Amid
h4 P"^jBJ-A '. l'w-annum.i' bythde~ rofthai .,ods an" liotT e t~ e g of- t, sent of -the earai "ao fedra ,ERK ... .. 0. p i ent~peparoandpbh Samuatkel t HSioff n te eW-'- "-... : ..
pr s pf artie 8, 838. qwer Merion,00 s entes and occur ences that have thi day preven- .uttd wr t Rexe Calt
of the- to pf revoling ,neprgeld00 ted an Election, vftd disgraced our hitherto pea-eful 9rtetdfa ne r uftorerenje
door a bv Walnut. rejusftyindiguant atsces now and revolting,andquieite ash, t op ition an q t Township...h fi gnemen t v ne n eterrniro
.. ..' m m ,a m w iP IN t-PR M "" s R T .."ne PI0 I C O Y ht e, u-.+ ah t o ns iu h e fol wi g go ue e i .. .
S. r9 door veWalnut. and in whoe word mnplicit confidence is to be pla- e IT ER EFEATED IN THE CAPITALh! MoDrewn F. 1 5wereappointed, viz:Ler. t teirri nd te reio
._ -, .._ cod. It ii cler that Ritnerism has become frantic The Inspector election toh-daywil be aegood franc T he aiel"oot Michael feveri ncwhise rhb n
wwapMi .A -iM,.ftb DilstrfdBrananum. t- "t z p est of the strength of the democratic and federal- i3nERKS C,' Jose5fry kison Samuel H Sligluff D. .l. R... ws a
t h.*~ > TI i., n_ /- ir ....a . fo I d e parties Agreat rally wa made in Harissburg, aocDmleratic 1,'orilies. Henry Rex Ch|arles V agner side; .t. ..q. r ,ohn L
Ayx tf MiM&VX" V IN MW lrAS rbythat respe.ta.le a..l ate r Magt- l aH of Ritner's partians, to carry theisectors. e3ing, 313 Joseph H' Hoffman John Hoffman Kline S i.er, enj We.
A.-th. O c Al. ab i l et- s the p. god;TAnd in order to W 9 'leae, 93 t George Moyer' Silas GLeverng er n Json, Vic r
: J && = &mt e: t r* mW i W O K en s min g to n h a s d e t e te d s i m e o u r i e o nh e 4m e w e iu o t f r m ll. u t-,- ..g a a v s n v e r e
trs a We e o ane-Eengn erce by oeary- the me, m nd wi forger d f i n 4eCumra, 81 n CharlesBek but onrg Uin -- Bon Fr a nin1t L
WMi F7" stw at5 p45 at Eleciont4d, uti~ts t0dEtd; Dan.:ielTWLLon
WornitlebynMihalwnyers*, i'n' ml It.?'
S1. an-d fraud, "ead, on the Oght of citizenship.- t, -w ot overnor,,abinet, srks and office orders Manison creek, 35 enry .h etze C Jones, and w am ush a


^^ *-2 "2. pu^ wetaBenell c byo attempts, Eleciontratd, him za; nkther poperhacy ie It. and thatd Exter, 1OTAPONCUT. I en acryac S ihetzhie tydoleonuby w adrs?
Several persona, kely., from Ireland, have passed without nwue, to the Winds;. We 'have be*" n Womolsdbr4136, Resolved, That the pri
''T D OFI 18 5 $^,^ ,rapiy ,through al theotages.. ,legal -puobti^ them most. ougly, though the Governor has Rscombmanor, 18 be published in the Germantown Telegrah, andm
wsn ...t :'- Io0T been 08exert lis PERSONAL influence for h thRocklandt 30 citgopaper Adjourn. es o rotalions expressive of the sense uf th
~x oc ~ a~a. f r citi enshi dei~ari~ag their intent on, an get- w eeks, to a8 i friends from defeat, So ends the:U i n f d. n a. .
tigntrlzd llZAesaeo nin fd a. 1GEORGE WSIK himn uh osn hita i
I NO NTIONS t naturalid uh pcOe of fewdY,- first battle,and so will go the state. Tricks, frauds .Wsince learn that the democrats have suneid- Peter Buddy, Secretary.P
A, M,.M .i 4-.j-.-md'yf POctober. '1 whole ine gerfctd by mans of caumnies, perjured affidavits, and forgeries of all ad in every, township in Berks but one, Union'. TE P L oe the JohnT SmithHe
'> 7. *ampD~ nC .eimply-----perjuriei; that's all. But the de- sorts, cannot uphold Ritner's administration; it 1 A TO TH w wee t he ar of of
S w t hasen det bya worthy Magistrate, him- ust sink-the people have willed it, and thht will NORTHAM iNC NTE In accordance with the duty devolved on us by i n ag redb the coli
*e. i th e e de"Tftbfflse Prteo brh by a wohyse Magitrt hyi must-b t .obyed. The following is the voteintheTi '. the above resolutions, we now proceed to give a n e p R of
"Pr sel' of birth, %y -whospb cas care not must by eSSSSled. The olloingjsoth Inr ale e D emochtaa
v ..: : ; ; m~z ^^ ^ T ,. of Brtiheo buB pfi dsr Jhe preveJted,tri their perpe, borough of Harrisburg .. :I 1 de-t t fair aridbcandid statements ren ces at R eh
Spr,". e h v ORTR WAR& e h e n O 'Lausanne, 34 borough on Frid aoes t emntocrat o x Ingersoll, 19lo ames Page, and in
A ,- '. GOR 0Hr ..t.torsa- stod opumaished. Is-t not strange, I.NSOPECTOR.t bI g 'o. It is with mort n r hte,- a b roe n. h w
'NPCO.Lehighton, ,60r
.".- .-h UWC? IDI' TR C how they escaped e thenotice e ofh e anre, s t offi. h o rs eg n Fdalta og o nda a lada ies th e iti an y R Rte in Su
T IC.T. "rean fomthe aorne ofFed eralisa1ts. Forks- 30 zen 'tt akwd tha olr ci, bler by the ee re of the speia
j. "J :__ r -O- ....15 eee. tcaotlfirgetow h citizeus?c One of them r#e-c Mu ehh as w18 ,ta Gleim, 145- ia pat cut heretofore quiet ad Trioti sentiments eoun
Y u11, cresented imself s a oAOt hemor, 18 "Williamburg ned a scene d fu to h at d the welki rang with the repe
t presented himself as a minr,-jstbecom e or ASSE8 isR. d he sof the assembled deo
,: T.. U /IR .~~ DI S I CT +, when it' is understod that he is near thirty years L Mytinger, 214 P lBrua. 144- From the Harrisburg K~~e-Eta graceful to those who were the primary cause of it, The~ommittee appointed to pr
hltr le. Ja rr tof age-a baweof rare grace, truly. nvte- pU Tb TINSPEGTOI The democrats have carried NINETEEN out and good feeling, that has heretofore characterized unanimously adopted:
.- A U BMeH Wh t.NRepblta mnin a a pa rty .t A Eo f Seiler, 231 T -WOR ey, 93n w of the o enty-three districts in this patriotic coun- our Elections. lWhereas, weh hold the right of
*F L R LY.The St.Louis Republican mentionsat a party ASSESSOR. ty. In Carlisle, y here the hoco, pocos had 103 ma- It is well known to the public, that thr has ed by the heroes of the revolution
w*t ..' o"6viz rDl7 nA vfBriti oHheras wrte- making preparations for a John Houset, 8 John Geiger, 93 -jority list year, the democrats elected their Inspec- been for years past, and we cnscntiously believe ba d
.' r, :[ ', ET.R8 -ht~ming excurion towards the RockyMountains. We have thus met the enemy intheir OWN for. toron Friday by a majority of 8! l isnow, a fair and honest Democratic ajrderty of mnasp et yle and he
.*A KtF I RS IOL. ; Capt. Marrya a was tobe of the party. mityr ofME; adbeaten them by 'an aggregate tfrom 100a to 150vote s inuncontrolled exercise of the elective
Sy te Northern Mail, we learn that the demo crati party reprobatinthe practices of other die only be maintained and perpetuat
o.!s, i O pvs R F. P(It, d ceaed,]Bonalo an Ascensaon.-Mr vWise will make an as- t the inpecors election of 1836, a year when crate carried their Inspectors without opposition, in tries, and o h a a laudable desire to do justly and ee ndyh
S- r cesonsi- thios aueen Ann...om methe Seven tr h the diemocrasyr ew.ft the stheState front the Delaware Danvill, where bets are freely offered,on 1100 ma- fairty have always given to the opposition, or party officers to cOnduct the same, who
OU F I SE NTSF- TI, VES. ,and" ..ao~whitll .. ...streets, at' n~ alf- "t' ~toz'. lae E,,F ri~el ~mfsWe krihnad buat 82 majorirmty tr.., jority for Porter, in t at county. An. intelligent in the minority, a portion of tho officers to conduct the votes of each and every elector,
++ "-. j ~ m t np a st.4 o c l o c k H eaF o r t h e f i r st.s k i r mi..h.- t.i s. r e s u l t. i s. t r . p i- c i t ii e n r tta itt d e ww a t 1 31 3 5 0 H u zz z a r D e m o-nt hete l e c t i o nsot h atht h eyhm i g h th t pp rr i c i pp t ee i n ,, a n dd b eeb o x e ss .T h e r e f o r ee b ee i t
i to descend in his newly invented paracE ute-bat- igt We have been gaining in Dauo in ever cratic C olumbia red the r y n ary ond te




:Sm^j' 1-.,-.. p-cpmileS8. vrnarOrelcio;ori ico wsatageIerbn, assurriedou o thesvndsrcsd y lasefre th oerstlym i h ann aily ofnducted Resle, Tht e avejutau
hmlsNJ. Carlaer, loonihih he tried successfully lately at Easto. sines Gov Ritne' was elected. H amo ithfrauds have
=i n wfPtith an NordhrmbelAon exphe tederast an d iour Inspc had be elected on t Fridayas ol veln, Th itat we havestpcao
'*^ [go. d, John W. Nesbitt, n minorityavote of twelve, thousand, and will go ou position. In Sunbury,"where they have usually doubtless he would have been under a fair and hen- r o ihae etie
T Ral I republic ayp- murderof ith a minority of TWENTY-FIVE THOUS had from 30 to 50maority, they had only seven eat election this good and ancient rule of the Town- tialy, in the Northern Liberties an
A y" ; Thn nnd tis t'---estiller ga i t s p wouth ve bpee n to con l a d ot A
4** LS.,wit, A*i*gCuw** TxcmTri. very atrocious character was committed at Broad We hve only harfro two districts in Uni f Inspectors it as been foni Ate iuemol vest, nthorurcethe bo wi,
S SIT.LE H Cek Ket I s.an, o Mial county-Union township, and New Berlin, in the the custom for the constable to appoint a judge pledge ourselves to prevent in fu
Poung ma lately married,,andTowe carried our Inspector by 20 inajority,and from each party,they(the constables)never interfering means within our power.
W ILLA PEIRSOL. purchased a farm. on the Island, was the victim. Editors ofPennsylvanian: lost th tter a stronghold offederalismby only 5! with the decisions of the judges, but by common Res
'ta'iW +L..+ / .E k Mr. Radney, the tavern keeper at Broad Creek,and Frown Perry we learn that we have carried the consent, leaving it entirely to them to decide on the eope da th ewe llxthevoesO
i KROBERt Ft. GHoI8TY. htni s s ad another man havea been arrested i If there ever were any fears as to the effect of 'borough oefLiverpooll wch has usually gone against legality or illegality of the votes offered.-Nothing and cause them to be deposited in t








j, ROB1' mdRrtp, F-. HMSTtY. his mjortyforsd F and anEoFthSer m4a18n. havneepibe rebegvoersaroseetet.ed"gandnd uy ft
toQueeAn'sC y -J hargedthe villanous efforts of the slanderers of Porter s, by 14 majority and the Township of Liverpool could be more fair or honorable than this corseand and to effect the rejection of each
M'R4W iTW T^ ITY TICKE t. coth theffenmited an Diand democracy in this section of country, they are by 39; Buffalo township has also gone for us. credible to the party in t
-tIi' -' ih oen. over now. Our election for ispector was a large In Lebanon, we carried four of the seven districts dayblat wforthe f fist tim e inrthens ofsRotrbets- Resolvdpter lr w lra astforlthe firsttime








.ILJL... i '1 I AMU rviedLwthMit onnsHEeL^^cRfy,^^ d ethmRestocoeinloGeed, Tor Te tt tawe letonwiullblcndctdlsltyrsafsg
'.AP ", CME IN. -ar og n r o and where they claimed eighty majority and heard from!! Almost unexpected result. Ritners rough Township, what is called a 'stand out was in support of General David itten
H. oard.-The sale of elegant Furniture in Girard otand we, in a aeulion which gives us Majority will be small there. proposed by the whig party-and geat numbers of democratic candidate for Goernor S
.SXAT. RqwaO t street will take place this tmoree, nd ed i t LANCASTER COUNTY. strangers, persons entirely unknown and nat rest- manly firmness the nomination of
-NDREW TILLr. Md., t. Te houseona near majority d in this county, allowed LancalTter city, 634 t dents of the Township who had been lberved
D.... R W. L. c..lck, allowg to hour methem thirty, they had but bare fifteen, aiftold. So 0 Cambria, 2 prowling about there the morning of, and the day Resolved, [hat we have entreco
,fBt'. ^.R Watei..iuo e hc w o ener" also i n Salisbury district, and wherever we have -Marietta, 18 before the election, were ranged in their be t inesintro- integrity and purity of the National










^*^Jfej!Pi ALrpf|N.o Waters" v prevniousr to odo gwrte, ndOpoitonvoe,4 hweer ta rcrswl wesetiochlte ewill- prf .W.GRFFT
i l' ^ '" Wates a0 oo.+ whch commence wisely heard from as yet, our force is Strengthened and This is a strong Federal county,the other districts duced as we honestly and conscientiously believe and in Martin Van Burethe patr
J"c o b ci of4 .. o o c k we a k e e dt i -w h e e ste t o t he r p u r p o ser o ut v o t
'.Ir rtr ii -~ +. ..O Yt a a l t a i r n o o l lltheir's weakened. And thistoowher Wildest wil against usand President of the Union.
oy- 8. t. tt Ahgustui. Armotrong 6'.- ". .- Fe eo wr mat, case LUZERNE COUNTY. us in a stand out-many of our regular voters and co ied rt
e rt, -re.--,- te Mcal Fund a efforts were made on their part, where every house Wilksbarre orugh, Democratic majority 0 citizens looked on these proceedings wi h astonish victory achieve by the democracy
k illSuEh CHal l th t rdwaaftlad with their disgraceful affidavits,, pmpharre wiul enatic Sajrity
L"'*.' CtNC IL. o nie erng, rE. W Maginis, teacher of vocal ard as i wt thei ab a i, an Township 20 ment and surprise, unused to such things they n e eving ta
van Sag .chael Baker, ... in. strumental music, will give a. musical soiree, con- ets and hand-bills, WE aUx sA-nZ-L t of Plymeuth, K ingaton, and Hano ver, Den. major could scarcely y believe that heir respectable neigh Sate a sbl pr edin y to thf oeula
*' T M Gegl itiesaM. eo he or IT t, srand friends of the whig party would counted Of Jonathan Cilley,
Tl^S^Piij eogeF.L^. si nesting of a great variety -of interesting selections. ance such an abominable and passable violationol a t sai
OMMO. COUNCIL. from the works of the best masters. In the course Fthe rights of their neighbor
..o;elIX .erkips "Thomas Wallace, of the evening, likewise,. Ma g Mt the "e-ebra- T BUCKS COUNTY VICTORY.FROM FLORIDA. Resolved, That we willdevote to
.Rps ,.-I'Iber1 .- a__ t- wiiley pelie a nmer oe r The election for Inspectors and Assessors for the From the Savannah Georgian, Sept 2. constablesproclait
A .- P.Muhlenber-.. 44oacr oelocutie o fwillodeelver a y (m th;e waiy rhin, Sere they we t hre l no t aart
SK merek a r Borough and Townshp of Doylestownwere warm By the steamer Cincinnati; Capt. Brooks, arrived worthy citizens to be the judges of the election, o for the general election and
K,,~lm Ka&mine .1)r, Joseph rtW6okfield, a t. The a w00sem0t may be found in an ly contested, and the following is the glorious re- yesterday from Garey's Ferry, we have received democratic friends of the county,
ineot Jephm.Neal ether column"- su t! the following from our attentive correspondent: and insisted-6n those they had, with the assistance perpetuate the rights and purity of th
Iv, Samuel Portr,- ...lehtnK Borh, majo ity for FORT K EF., Sept 14, 1838. of contemptible hirelin voters, hosen them. chise.
William Ripperger, .Pow:, appears in his favorite characters of Sandham Stewart, Porter Inspector, 22 DitA Six:--The principal chief of the Tallahas selves. Resolved, That we will go the r

i Crk ', with a party of his tribe, now being about
hDayid ut' ie nat 8treatTheatre. TheComicopera, of Capt Wi Mcfemy, x .Porter Inspector,8 nootrg andeudnowtosubms,
..,. h th.e Ch.nt._ ,tee Theatr. The comi. o- a of Therforegoing districts are the ones that our op. twenty-five; and he remains out with a view to in. not and would not submit to be thus treated,but in candidate for Congress,solemnly plei
0''Thofrgoignistictear th oes lsoouto. teet-Arevadie edtmswithwih Mviestoin
Jo the Highland Reel is also -to be revived, with Miss,. portents have been-boastingof a change of.&ifty tp duce them all to comeihn to GeneraltTaylor. The slated thathe election should be conducted as it atthe riskofife, topr~vent his be
a'OR COMMI8TONERS IN Bar as MoggyMcumpi. from Wolf and Muhlenberg- to -lRitner.-They can general-impression is, that they,. as well as the Mi- always had been heretofore, vis: by an equal diet- second time out of his election by-t
ifr)!9K LIBIR11ES. Madame 4uuta isto appear in La Bayadereo easily mart cture liep oh paper to circulate abro cadttckies, will eventually some in for emigration.
&Qu!frei the First Ward. for hes benefit and last apper, ance at the Walnut for deception, but at the ballot box, they are gde The express states that the above party had reached they would not comply with, and still persisted in promote the success of Daniel Sm
tIhe. d.street. tooted and defeated. .. am pa Bay pevus to his de e having the two judges. A number of fair and ho. and esteemed fellow citizen, to the
8 .r Pam AmhThird._Old Bucks will nobly, do -hr duty,-ivqosition-i GenGeneral Taylor- is still at Tampa Bay negotiating rable propose ed o which they desolied That wommend to
-Hamm* finthe Fourth. to PEG REATTY' Woolly Headed Party. wit the ndias He will at Fort Whit rejected. It was proposed
fvotmthe Fioth. Oddie ofL edon LAeifis t hme title of two vo. VICTORY--No. 2. Santa Fe, about the 6th:"proximo, to consult with should appoint a committee of 5, to retire into a y of at 8 o'clock, A
t4R"'lue.es of singaskethesjust published by Messrs. own (a German TDstrict Colonel Twiggs, now commanding the eastern part room and make such arryWto patoejudghs wa to the 500 hired renegade agents, that
"_ lmph :p m the fflub.. ,Care end Hart (aTGeyrmareDiotrtcet)pipul pensroulad mae stsfachtary agmet toojdgs
hete"0.enautoo ary ttleol- Ct nhPORTER*AND- DEMOCRACp .) of the peninsula. It is not believed, that he will hlnds are those of freemen.
push cou~tl,-PPgl~ a n r 1 nt nntry, also refused-and finally, ai a tef r o s tl es l e h tt e p o e d n so
th difficulty, andoof the authoenable the selection go on publishederruh an oth er m it i n oth e en m y's
[ ] W D V.RT i_ -Ihe..are eal eetts, snumbeofflm :-g-de Ows Heaen, **eor,)Demorat, ) 4 vewin theinsuficincy o ourforcs.' t~seoptdab hepartiulof atheo democraticectinpartyo pthathetheyte should havers
[ lll :; k a T o do r d an epents' .ertaini Londont 61Meripoitranes and- + .poi~ voe- m.. oeeri htrcut wl b etto th both- thaeay judge oqteiuhietl onwa consetdition that a .GIFT
:' 1 I to klm ee-t on oaf,,re- diqs anetrann --oui f -erp~ia o- Deorti aoit,- listed so as .to protect, most effectually, the frontier ohtejde ftercoco odtoita emmtv ad e nwi lrd;adta otwl eetb ato h eortcpry htte hodhv
b ol met- o oly .dt .'=o teet h naiat"cn hnb invited committee of 2 or 3, Choa~n by each side, should "ENTWSI
J ..oia_.a.$lecti--...h. ,etroit..ree Press + DAUPHIN,, CO-, T.= "to their homes,* and gradually as the population in. remran in te .room to challenge illegal voters and The democratic citizens of Nor
'd~lll I~mm te meuri 'J ,. W'm~iis~ct Te Detrit Fre Pros -cr easesr theutroops will remove south.ceasessee trhpsthel elmovtionthwase fairly conducted.asf ThisconPennd.TownshipnToassembledeblpursrsant
re dsor ati an-Sturday last,, says i "---,'- INFAMOUS OUTRAG.E. This arrangement will enable the Secretsr of propositon was also refused;-_after which perfect tice at the house of Georg Clop
-b *re fte'Ul~~Oo Wq learn ,from- a gentleman. .who ,cae down the ....We subjoin, from the._ Harisburg Keystone, an- ac- War. to withdraw. the four companies of the dre i .on prevaje, ndniicto a hed--nonWde. yevig, ep. .
t ~tmee;-'..... t timw~m~ng ..... .. ~ce 'lake yesterday. from Wisconsin, that the opinion. 'count of an infamous outrage on the part. of tht giment of infantry, that appear to have been entire- justicuoe meto many of the honorable and well-ilnten- nate a suitable person for the situaq
.*I"~s ata. _.m the_ ,ftilo.... p.. :. pr~uaileJf there When-he left, that James M. 'Doty, myrmidoas ofJoseh Ri'tner in Dauphin County. ly forgotten in t i recenitchanges, and by an exer- t.nd e amongst them, they were willing to ac- sor. ..
*'] .'.sii W atl ord-h bl,.ml~ee Rate Ithe .q bad bqi elected .to..Congress. Mitlaukie, What say the freemen of Pennsylvania to such~ pr-.L te of the same. charitable. di'sposition manifested, cepntin..ac. or.. veithruof- the mepropositio'nos, b~ut were Col. GEO, C OPr was appoit
4 :' [ k '..... .. .. e oeu oxne r "--ou r~mfrmanm smteteg.. .. gave hij three hundred,, and ,ced---ing... asu this!-: ... '... towards the artilery,permit them .to, proceed by ea- coti e b y men wh scorne actuated, and Francis Lake, Vice-President, J
~ ~ -, e-',*,., the hos of Henr Bow ettyMr,~ fv hurdmaot, ... .. .. 83y marches to some healthy position, where they by a spiri of mschief and unfairness rarely wit- Secretary.
cou-"ty i .e-h...d.edm-ajo" ty .n a ifax,. the Goffcers upon the 'w i oon isco ca enjoy.Y teat c O n m o i n W il aa e a
,, W;HR'5 L 5t t h s. Jfjfg~ Doty is a 'friend of the adhimistrationand Feedar, wi+th ab.ou one hundred .. and 1t import. ed n ejytaomfort, which they stand so much esd.. .. ..O ooW hmEhr a
_,:- :-'m.n=-e- Ie.=- -g- bt "trf~idW Jn .. :,',.... -+T 'ROuM, occupied by 'te lcinboard .... "*, .. .. ome 19 or 20 votes, but they were not rao1ognised Mower, and unanimously... adopted. L g
..... .<: ,_ +, ... ..+ -- THREW -THE CQNSTABLE, CLERKS- and '', .. as the legal j'udges,.not being those first proclaimed Resolved, 'That the followiY "g nan
~Iss .k Walnut lteetbeloW +' : +"-:'DIUCATbON.:-"' JUDGES OUT OF t)OORS, BROKE OPEN SxcK~rass AT KNsO~tVJLL; (T. n.)--The Nash- by the constables. a- .om..i.t..c jinl .ro.. North" at]
l~e! -'' 2A- a ug e inmtlema i'01. N-ew En la will 8~eli~d 2nH .BALLOT IuIOXES a ,nd SC TT RF]D. e -vile, a ue o the.- 18t)=. i ns.: say: -" h mail, is.. W e are aware that i order to do away thastig- tewnship, to draft an address to4he
... "',:...-- arsti m YlB s ....T... u trcee o holdanju thi fom *jo big5 nd hrin hrtigec of mate of-todcn ino-~ tonp oerfomienofoth twnships, touching pa
,g, st a9Us... Le,~ .... .vl rilegal electon Thedmcasalwtd'wT he deathmal lh1 ;T of 1a.ve~,abl. an highly respetd other districts some of them rtn ocag so'mtesrltv h itit
a,: Psri stret, .. elow,_ the resmt System +of Primary Instruc~on, da nuober .... th ritr wer _aaL .......u. c7 postmaster off tat ipace--Gpt. Cr-ozier. We learn with.-t. sam hn, ut befre G od .andmage cus nmty.r Geoatv Wth distr~ichae ra,
+ ?=~~ ~~~ ..x : tw tbmit~apprhpraw*OiCII, t thle, Hall of thedv T hSr JPERImNTBlDENT. SUP~!rVTO- 'from a pasengr in b.stage ,- _that there was no Wr,. watmlv .inm.mt,&~,v 4r-;.,A.i; and man wec~uty~II..Ge Rier Miha.l


^-^- ^ :,ltt a C rltt I .evon street blow Marke ENGINEBJI, seva.eoalotra.tors and hands Gswere p. -,_ privy to or have any knowledge pyf a ny sech thing, mer, Jose ph Lake. o
.I... .-this- evOning, Octoie8r let, at 8 og4 lock. botd over; to anwer at the quarter sessions for ttur.qrpofperso.,whohad left town, there nor do we believe it to have been done in a single Resolved, Ta we entreat the de
',o Tw _.. Pi.'. a T ho lle -ad directors of e their CRIMINAL.ONVCT -This outrageous wano greatmcrerse n, he number of new c instance by the demcoraticprty of Roxorog distttoturnout amna
Marn thoe i evasion of the llot bx,has never been equalled, se. township-we scorn the imputation, and would be -able means tosecure the election of
ON M rtn, 11g, ll- -. laI es. Ige tl since -the xreigino ef -i ej l d J h -~m in the first to resist so dishono ra a ci n o s A s s o a
,, ", S.p -hoel teac aiee in t o i ve of ofterror deold John Ada m T. BY D so dhnorable an act in ayone as he is well qalifie
)r t te t t i nr O O e 1 7 9 8 .E A H B H Y R H OA. o f w h a te v e r p a rty .
S _. .eucgoa r ece ly toattead- -Let the people remember thatthese hired retain. Died in Petersbupgern Saturday last, in the a- "This affairawilldyubtless, with theuTal t act of honest and ihtmaan he
S,- FWS'-aw ierset EST era of Thaddeus Stevenns are but obeying the orders genies of hydrophobia, Master Pleasant Butter- corrupt politicians, be misrepresented; but it was ensure a fair va ation o(f all property
l$ ^ -1 _.\, I.INDJUNS IN !,TE W-2 -Toftheir master, aid that'it is by such nefarious worth of that placein the 19th year of his age. witnessed by 5 or 600 people-of our township,. On moton adore..
A Nrt.leoth. lnditn Want wwhn, proved to be mea ,at th hopeto reflect Go Ritner! About six or seven weeks ago, this yuth was bit- however it ma be twisted for ffect abrad, the GE. CLAPP
L. ", .. '. ir at all. Even the-TexasChemokeesaxe quiet. ADITIO AL NEWS! ALL -GOOD1! ten by a dog belonging to the family having some well-meaning, good and hist cizens ofthis' Francis Lake Vice-Preent.
Mil M ll cner of 13th" the Arkansas Cherokees invited a l ilofthe ATuAi .Sel 29-Middown was carried of he evidences of bein rabid. Unfortunately for towhp of acobo Scet
i : U ... T, ..pt.,..... ... b-lng.. .. Unortu atey fr township, of all partes, can ba e n t h
.. ... ..40h.a"of th neigbo4 g .tribe. for bjectts entirely b y-the'd**lratsWiOthout opposition.. Middletown, him,he ws ind t-toapply to ene of the cele- truth and correctness of this statem t-tothem ecreary.
I.SBSW St 1,t .dr, corner of Race a w eieste e .ubelfeve, but the latter, Jacksotn, Mi0n, aid the other- towiships usually' rated Mad Sone, as they are called, and to trust we fearlessly appeal. A.not .a tm ---"-- ._l
tl31B r+ ,"" "~' .' oe-t 1o wsaid, detu ired -etteading.: In -regard to e elctinD democratic Inpectors, have done their in its virtues to deliver him from the distressing With these remarks we leave 4he subject to the Abandonmen andatemped
"l' erolks-nor +.i p"o"s.oo al. thLi iauty*. -'' maledyofwhicf hehdied. After, however, the lapse 9peraionof publicoinion, satiedthatevr h fan.-Onuesday, at olockn
1&--- i of ado ws neier oenprai.4ofpuli op'mo, -
L|. U|e (Io leave their aa l.w of evidence that thaer inten. "" -- of more tlihan a week,e was induced by his friends nest and honorable man, party eeling andpreu. Mr JCramer, foreman of the Chemit
-N r yau:IspseetoM at the ~~. ,G.Sw.re ote mc. to t 8 iy. heu EIAWAR CQUNTY. .. to submit himself to-si mercurial course until he dice aside, will acknowledge that the Democratic served a well dressed woman, having
I f i :, .- ''.Te .eale" i ai ejwacsli represented. ...l was salivated. Indulging the hope that all wa Party of Roxborough Township have asked "no- die under her arm, approach the ban
a t 1200jheroltes had left. the camp and taken T a r well, and the possibility that the anitnal that had thing but what was fairly right and have been son Rver; at 33d street, near the 1 lt
.. to the woeds, now says "the number isnotknbwn the little federaleacouy of Delawire,*hichin 1828, bitten him was not-mad, he continued in the ep- terminedto submit to nothir g thrw something into the water.
...-.. k tATIC IXETIN0 a .- '" 'e g jy+. -tiesfha u- -jtuti-roaly ,wen r .. me ... n,.t+hc,-hba~ etrd M~a
'Q -yBj1JCRATIC IMETING. they going i of min ma arte.-Journal o Corn. wheh th state gave a Jackson majority of 60,000. joyment of his usuaielth until Friday last, when Hnr R ai H ing which, she hasty tired. Mr Cra
l|hiuu' on l tgs0rdy, evening of the Demo.- waIoneofthe four counties whihgave majority he was taken with a slight pain between theshoul- h ,r a ; .- that she spoke to some children that w
.Amr ?Tnix OLD T icks.-One Of the Go .,.a.dachill..He went to bed, and b toagner, brkonosepvrit o hr creChn
alar l k, Mo em e ing and Passyunk ,A rja i thi ery ol rn Adams. "Tinicum" is in this county, and our nrs and : HenrytRexdbout-_ H a n -o bark on the e avent e on her retreat,.and
t A the t th .o t etn.gtgn n.'Mearket, atthe o or f an thls pace publishes a very dolefulact onutsae- out for a Tinicu victor once olcock on Saturday morning, arose, to get some. p Hoffman, of them what the lady hasd tothe
,.-4!anters ttt ai )ae de topponetso. 9 ig f,.a h qlc il ........c. Joseph K. Hoff'man, SilsG e veig
p .lry o.ghtetwh1 nki wasv ofin 6th. esadtno hav .'re beE. nto rtre- attmwater, and was sez with those spasmodic aYD ereMye ereW mcthonittervr n-teld
k o w a si t h e lth e ri o f .. .n r. t i r t o l to w p s t h e C h e s t e r e le c t o s w h i c h w e r e b pre c u r s o r s oY h i s a peoa c hotC h ar le s R i g h te r M c a e S n y d e r ,it w a s abhd l e.Ge o
YO Ia tmptdoms .which.andwa erze +wththepeufosofhse a pproach m- .ofterphdhateyskdhr
,d fl k r Ire ontoethnel s Rrter
Intale one. Those whio remember a similar state- on'dttni*, where the democrats have-usually sue- ingdoom. They continued toincreise uponhim Dians1el .Tibbene,- nHernyer it was a rndle of dead ratsi Mr C.
$'a" hf" y'ng evidene _enta fw or. a'ofth attack upon Weiterell d eod# he enemy hare cpaoed-by alal majorities,l gjri aduae! y, Until aboly 4 o'oc in the afternoon, Michael ...... .ngm a p'aerched t theriverustuas lt eottpgbo
Ia~ril-an fortixaA.^tfyiag "Oence sil^ ,afow, ew 00of tlilattackA Wil e ', coki-h afternoon. Micae 4evrn' gr hthe eaeaoue tti nelgne
l tWbiih, DO nw rapidly p0 atd ead avi ,.ipulishedtho,,upptrt the state- though ot majority in Ridley overbalances these. whenthe-disease amume its most violeht form preached the river just as the stamho
.lelmm sJ Mmy N Phen itbMoyAweingtprirned .u to0be afeign-. These petty triumphs were gained by bringing spasm after spasm, with scarcely a zroment!s inter d r X HILL MOMUEVN.T. Bostonian s ter sowbutgthohapen the bandl by
S.u...i s isu... of 1 k d w attetde r byethe .anti-masons or the pur. r h o who mission seeded h' other, until death relieved, another effort to the Mnu. es r
po" fCreating an*-Xcitement, will be at no loss to -h im sfromthiesuffeiigm-lHeeont enouh for him to et
E 1. bt.wks, Iqoylienang and fr trsaput'-e of the attack upon Stogiebrai-' w ust-entitled to vote) as shown by the fact that hiiu fo hi _ue ., t... i t Pe. mert on Banker Hil without further delay. A hp brought it ,n s re Th .....
'+ ...*is++ 'ea, of t h r~ im eiimh until the very Jmom ednt otf t -....his+ .. -.o +,,.o0
S addressedby k*.if any sh iAhasbeenmade. they invariably counted many. ore ve than they leaii tith o of meeting f the Directors of the Association was held an innt, exhibiting signs of life,
death.Pleosant w5 a youth -possessed of, many 'in ]Boston onW Moonday, to devndt
1 1 rWl w remarks ere .The popl arenot quits so ignorant as to be du polled, white ur vote was a large increase on ourf amiable quaiqtie.generue and kind to his friends, The etor d d it ixden andme O hurried hme.and sent immediately
., .;& .. I, Ti)' frie iI -io- u' ... .. ... ... e a"nd" "-to, h ....f'rieenresrsTee ed tDirepe ienrtsatteetmed." i-t ... ...
.A w. .tJ.*sb .p ldey puele iventio of J-ph Ri-tberes copnt. Our tt tt y or tosetht ctnnat to his tns,'mations adndortwosigeneralcethtyffebetionatetohieti a loved ra ranof37th street who soon aferw
Fro tool,--zarn#ri" ha rg #@pr. ... .... ..ebmoneuuy enough to re-pur aetiow ooo ne dh "
%5i ppow morrow. w 1 .ar. Sorter. may of: the persons holding contracts under the by those who knew-him. He has fallen a victim tothe an ag apped proper restoav
S. .. G-neral Government al*ava act politicayaainst that evil (for evil it evidently is) of keeping and gond formerly belonging on recovered, and proves to be a f
,reThATeSE AND aes cnarte arant Gn Porer.-The raisin tanyyparto of it, bfwhichist to devote us at a about 4 weeks of age.
S'j Nr ATS GAZWANTTE AND Huntingdon Journal prefers another grave charge usis fully proved by matter i Delaware, the mo, t more than counterbalanced a thousatid foldby the rais d to thimmeate completionofthework. Meanwhile two or three persona.-t
? 9'2" ='...,)JMA-N-L. against the democratic candidate, and tat is,, that active whig partisans in the Chester District bmeibg dangert and m erle, to which they expo the, Te lan wc s now reserve for theMonu- of the demon who had committed thel.
'.. _'-..A .dd "to)thean he (Mr Porter "'upset-a v, the'year the. large dohtractonr for stone for FortDelaware, community.-RAnWd Compiler. ort a ewir h Hl ha t inv her oelratious had es ,obapeed.
A I' b d o 1 L i"i' I"Ot t.. .. ..m i t o f t a n k e r H i l l h a v i n g t e M n m n t
.,In by 18 ....!!! "We gsese,', 1ys the Avocate, that the Breakater, c" who, t is s aid brought all toelde teir ,,,ib rau ght
t'41 t of the srrtidvmt l1 ifll'upsefa larger and wore v~eno 4us 'hivec..... rn.. .xte.. ..g fwaoreueus ol o s',bu hi
p e tt'upea larger t ore venous their men on the oud, whether qualified or not. Sixcx .-Tismorning, John Peterson, who t Wet and dingfour hundred feet from East waa dressedas follows:- blue silk
thei ofgenera@lee- a Was
d.' ca.l ,i befo" re he, I many months Wdsuue "-w il be A ratified cthe generaiAlreje-4 was committed to jail on Tuesday last, as'a disor tfrom Weth ton Southundre anws etreeni feet nshawlblue silk parasof-pink silk to
1ry &besg #te.de" .pas=.".. .. dey ,,was f6ond dead ttlWis cell, having width tauroouding th, -stre fifty feet in peered to be under the ago of 20.
"~ .... ... -" 't +""" p..rs .onr ce ha..ngh width sionusding the e ndrarese.v r Mr Cramer's lady, who has no ch
Sl~t *"-"timrlly (noutiom-fium thebHa&l-is hng bim*aslfa mak pag his suspeners .u o o the ed as an appenDage to r term monument. od iwn hastae agra fn o he lit
l &9%at0 0"o4v1M0on. snrg Reporter is elicited'bt! 'dio u tworrklemOR -- .. lRK COUNTY.to bak. f part of hia crs t, god-aoing. the ends fast Tfe Directors determined to make an effort itha
1 o f o e ost h e b a r o f t neer a n dd orWH e wT hf u ndeu tre l a t o r ai s e b y s u b s c r i p i n u f c e t s m g d s n d h c e i t n a o c r s e
D~thew ise~m~aI ourse, do- aJ'Joseph kite and his friends. The nearer th~e The deTcrkats fioi ave do.ne nobly 11i W infutng opostoze,4lkh rsis ta :k to the do r, an th onumt and fot eat urposeofWHum .on ..ss, ._kohe&4,Mnuen,
._^ r~U~e t all, th pm u w.preame_, th h orte' 00ey feelw tertam, I anitn. Aan momn._.* ... ..... .... .:. ^ ,. ..... ..... mort s
i acete.dmarai aeit.4.Jnrn a-onioi liatAnedkr- itht9 v.^n


fDE OOA .
IDEMOURALOY. Ot "e ^Swift. Mayor.-
idnOT oamet WsstaoT~u 'TwAaziW~lpWii B. Paici,
u ..erous M.. bolh ofWest Chester, Cbea* eqWPa.
.rn Liberties-was On Thursday, 27zh ult. by theb -- Joseph Worn.
house of Geo Dan. Mr. Jq.PH BAi.NHUISTbO Miss MilM Aat daughter
streets, on Monday of Frederick Uber, Esq. both of Pmpn oow@ ip_4
it the assembled On the 27th ult. by the Rev. P. F. Mayer.M Ggo.
inthbers of the-old CA^ Tit ,tOREMiss MARGARZT,daughter or'Mr. Geo.TT-'
n the.goo.ca,.]or, Sr. all ofThis city.,
so the good ejise On the- o h nit. j' Alderma 1"LUws. Ai Mr. i
sustain and main- RICHARD HAINX, of M' ntgomaet 6trinty. Ohio, to
F of the elective Miss ANN BA1,izaoENef the county of Philadel-.
phia. ,,
aIlled upono npre- On Wednesday evening. 26th ult. byae Rev. WiU-
awe, Esq., Peter liam Douglass, Mr. PETa 1t 3AN hIgMins EMMUA
it, Henry Derria- WimN,-a4 of this city,
dents; and hJ A -
lackman, Joseph J i
pointed Secrets.- Orf Wday mornirfg28th ult. ,tfter a hort illness
Mr. XANBER J. MILLU, iqtiq6t 7Q year of his
g been read, the age.
d tojrft resolu- On the evening of the 27th ult. MMrs. (zMccA TAY-
re LOR. in, he .72d. year' of !eir ato -. ,
mig :--W L Wm n Onatidday morning, he tilt. A N. DUAw,
ad, rE D Martnin, the 30th year of his age.. '.
turgess, Dr J S On Friday forenoon, the 26th t ;of pulmonary
consumption. MisS HARRIET E ZAjXTI' WatIGHOT,
>mittee, the meet- in the 32d year of her age .
Chas BrownCol -- '
for Cha' Jared r Mr. ABNER KNEELANVyS Fifth Lectme
tKf hsJ re l will be delivered This Evening, at 7-% clock precise-
the German lan- I ,at the (mmissionei rs Hall north 'd street, above
ras the effect pro. Tammany.r An Inrv'stigatton of the Doctrines of 3
kers, and the for- Panthkeism.The:m. and Atheism, showing what is
pressed by them true and w'iat is false in relation to them.
sated and reitera- INDPEN EiNT T'icKIs.T -agreed -upo by he De"
,acy. legates from the several Wards, Septem!r 24th
epare resolutions 1828.
wing,which were SELECT COUNCIL. :
Jos R Chandler, Lawrvtence Lewis,
suffrage, purcha. Thou Kittera, George F Lehman.
as a blessing of COMMON ( QUC CIL.,
ear to every free- Wm Rawlo Aaron S Lippincott
eas, the free and Pearson Serrill John Price Wetherill
e franchise, -an Jos Hand W W Weer
ed by -the purity Jacob B Lancaster BThomidon
t and impartial Wmin B Fling N nezer Musatin
will truly report Samuel H Perkins aJ Crissey.
from the ballot John Lindsay John Sloans
Jos C Neal James Andrews
se to believe that Jas Hutchinson -Jos Brookfietd
those who were David Boyd -- John K Kane
estly and impar. Publishedby order of the Delegates.
id other 4istrl-,- -- -R jOB T C. MAR^ Chafrman.
boxes of illegal W. P. Sharpless, Secretary. : sep29-d9t
e unanimously
ture, by every Porter, Ingersoll, and Democracy, against Ritnar,
Naylor, anid Abolitioni"m!
ry-honorable and 0:? The Democrats of the NOR'?iERN LIBER-
'all legal voters TIES, will assemble on Monday evening.October Ist.
at 7 o'clock, at the Hlay Market; WmlS. Berrill' Ho.
the ballot boxes, el corner of Old York Road and Greetn streets.
d every illegal Democrats~of the adjoining 1)'rts axe invited to
,red at the polls, attend.
a united people Arouse, Democrats, forTh&e-.gle-your rights
house Porterthe are threatened with invasionn' our peaceful and
ind oppose with legal exercise menaced by a trained band ofmercena-
bank-whig-anti ries.
SThe meeting will be add(d by several of he
nfidence in the most eloquent and ditinguisg members of t^,4 de.
o f d e c in t e m oc ran ic vartv.- '
Administration, .C ".. -
tic and talented REGISTRY.. )
*t? Meetings of the democetic citizens of South-
Sin the glorious wark, friendly to Regular Nominations, ill be held
of the State of in their respective Wards, on Monday ovefi4aeto.
vote of that ber 1st, at 7A o'clock, as follows ---" "
t wilful murde First Wr-d at Darnaket's. A Irdlu end Swanson.
I wilful murder Second Ward, at Goodwin's, 2d1 and Oatharine.
t distinguished, Third Ward, at Widow Bodett', German and W'.
es in Congress. Fourth Ward, at Nolen's, 5th and Queen.
our country and Fifth W*d, at Peak's, opposite Wiharton Market.
es, the day set or the express purpose of making ammangements to -
unite with our attend to Registering the two succeeding days. -
untewith urIByorder of`*difr&mittee of Confe'ence. -
eto esuportand WROBT. M CULLOCH, Secey.
he elective fran. -
Democratsof the Old Key-s e Ward (Upper B...-
iols on the 2d leware) to your posts-martch!
our united votes l A stated meeting of the Assiaiion will be
ted and fearless held at the Head Quartersof ihe Ward, (P. Worn's,
Iging ourselves 4th above Race,) on Monday evening, Octeber lt, at
ing defrauded a 7 o'clock.
he people. Democrats, rem .er this will be the least stated
ry exertion meeting previou. ftt]eTction; and father remem- -
ry exertion to ber, at the election in 1837, ourenew es eeinte4 the
ith, our worthy votes three titres to suit their own..urposes, arid
office of Sheriff, then declared they had the Ilarg jor#y of 7 n f
every true and Inspectors. .* .
polls on the 2d DemocrafO e know-we bavyj-.we can, and. we
-. M. and show will beat the& Be punctuaL-
our hearts and T. GARTER, Sec'y.
t our hearts and _+ ,
First Ward, Sotltl/ahrk.-The democratic citizens
this meeting he othe Ward will meet on Monday evening, Oct. st,
at 7j o clock, at Dannaker's,- Swanson and Almond
streets, for the purpose of nominating respector. and
I, President. Assessor, to be supported at the enuifng election. -
By order of the Delegates. .
Dock Ward--Ajt adjourne~d meeting of the d.WQ-
.., and S cratic citizens of this Ward, will be held at the house J
thi and 0oth of John DivipiNo:.83 south 5thL street, on Monday --
to' public no- evening, October 1st, at 7 o'clock. "- -,
Lamb tavern, A general attendance is requested, M an ezamina- "'
ith to no tion oft-he Registry will take place, and other import- ,
i l of A ss ant business transacted. -" ". "'-+
..Cedar Ward.--A meeting of the df rratic cit-
ted President, zens of said Ward, will-t^halcaoniMonda evening,
ucob Bowman at the house of CharmlLea.j~ at 7j o'clock, on busi--
...... ness- u tepotance. :, *-., .
PunalBl attendance is requested, *. .
Sunanimously ,,., '-^
u m ,Secbnd Ward, Spring Gardien.-'A meeung ofth .'
. Punrctual attendance is rTreutc&. .- "
led persons be Lower Delaware W a" : c.... "
id South Pens of nus Ward are requested t*'
lernocratic ci. corner of 5th and Race s/r ,
articutarly up.. at i' o'clock. ".l.t. o
, well as the+ ph+epit^fcttw ia^
y, Jaco Bow fe ^irme^ ++ **5 ,


Micthaet lDie- -A Quarterly Meeiting of the Associlatton.. il .
held at the Fire Associtation Hall, on Monday .Kn.
nocracy ofthe- ing nexp, Oct.) st, at 7j o'clock. .
ise all honor- J oNRUTHERN.1; Jr. Assistant Secrett.
1x7:1*^ w ,,sp 2o-d3t
William Esh- ... ..
S-i. every par-.,. aA -ckory Pvtcnd Porter Bottle
tr To be .raised at Johntlison's, tormner ofg Sixth and
.aracter of an Popla&'r-Lueon Tuesday afternoonat halfpast ,
election would: the p wcrata (f ft City and Cotmty gan U' r-
y. ~ are invited to atirend on the occasion, as seveuB ,
tihguished gentlemen are- e pectdj to addre '"
President., meeting. .
.GREAT'I"[EMOCRATId MEETING ANO- -
REGATTA. ^- -
S. A meeting .of the democratic. itizensi t.he
-der Iof anIn Third Congressional Distrietw'h held at the.haise
dt herenoon ofdLevi Lukens, Jr. Bridesburgo' Thursday, the 4* t
te-torenoon, of October, at 5 o'tock, P. M.
pal works, ob- Several Democratic-n Oatlehi a -will address the-
Sa small bun.- meeting. o n v O
'of the Hud- The Democracy ofrensington purpose mBwinning .
i avenue and thie own boats, aud coming up a he river in a. feet.
Havin done A Stimboatwill start from BMowlt Feryat 3
clock, P. M. Fare 12j cents~and`wi-land pe : -
nor observe ai Wh -attend the meeting, -at th6 public wb3
ere' gathering y*br .

rtn he e q ii.wa. fin,,-. g.. .. o._, '. w ,
o he -enquired -fte ard, Southwark -A stated mending r the .
m; when one DemoCratic Association efDthis Ward, will beheld at
what she had the house-of Elias Peak, corner of, Federal and Mya- .
answered that moensiog Road, on Monday even ing, Otober istjofj
's suspicion- o'clock,. those persons wishing to become Lei e" -
and he ai of thief Association-, will pease attend. -
e,.. .hl d Seod W BernardMuo.. eeyt
at Telegraph Hemy Bwei, -:


one of ttl.b
one of-theI Porter and 9fth emondc y. ib -
old bfit, and Attentio Demoeratae-A o pfe'ti:gi oth' e dmoeor ,
se contained etitIetisof theTbHird tdbW I M oheldatthe M- '
th'lwhich Mr moersaic Head Quarters, sgoft Jolly Post, iBe ':-
ftor whichMr Borough of Frankford,.on Wed% eay .eening, 3d of
for Dr. Coh O ntober, at hatf-pat s6 o'clock.
Bards arrived, A number ofSpeake*xiare expot .
s, the child Second Ward, SouythvArk.-A- tbeeting off' be
ie little d oy, dehocratie citizens of the" econd- Wad, wilt be Ced .
atthehouse ofDavidGooaw ornet f2d andCa th .. ..
tin pursuit arine itreetso ,Monday e ,' IsrIQtber. ,
act; but find-. o'clock, for the purpose of so'q r otoe Assesor
she managed two inspector, to be supported by the'democrsaiv ;*
frock-white rJ -
nnet, andap- B. Moysmensrnug Committee of AWN~drzat wion.-Jamet
B. Pearson.Moyaamensng Anims eouge,-amesLamb,
Jldren of her' Shif"W'~a Thoni YomiS opppsit0 Coaw-
kmiskiners' Half, James MeCar.8i~ pet~ove 6h'
J5 stranger, A. Hooten es] .,6th -abov< eSh, pjip e
00U0 f04-his ,
by the name *' The Democratic Comnitte of N'aturalizat .
S. will meet ever dav Irnm0i 9 until 3 P. M Rt H'la -