The Pennsylvanian
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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: January 29, 1839
Frequency: triweekly
three times a week
Edition: For the country.
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began 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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i ublished vey TUESAY, THURSDAY, & SATURDAY, at FIVE DOLLARS a yar,

^JANTUARy 29, 1839.

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.,''---.DOLLARS. Filbert. taiinering Cure..ISAAC M. ASHTON' '
n Sts acketBLCNE yE hundred bags Filberts; of a superior quality Dr. Comstock'a Vocal Gymnasium and Lyceum for NEjW AND FASHNA844 e4th os
I AST, PACKET 'LINE just received and for sale by I Elocution. *** ^p ^MiB^^O^ Sl^^epa^.. f h anSae tin.Wa 3
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A''ITTB7U-WIG THOS. BOND 4- CO. LL desirous of entering this lstilution, either aat aFnd Cap Jtauu lz f.. ,'p.da, EveniriU 4t
2*4WC.. l r t ;l AYs nov -- 4 -hestnut st. for the relief of Stammering or improvement in No. 216 Market Stree '. .i !..* Ag 1.. a paUca rr- .., ,.1.rt1f ,
.. .. r~~~lOCUUiOn may Jearn the conditions of"Thlirddeoorabove Deeat Xhi- ... Jmt w c r, .
,^, Starts. ve.ry, Morning at 6o'- NJtIW.ovDe Mc.ianufactory, D coMsoM',D 1 i- del.Thia.buveemi ,. .ii .yo' pa _. <-,. .e.
^^^^Ba^A I-_:aLoc b~i~loielphia Luncks- jV, hawer Ill inrt 'Sloecn N tI a^ n~ u factory ANRE CMO`KM` D.,. s i adelphiastoragrem~afctvai Mb.ion.^ JJJanN~J or papy aionr..c.r^.^.g'flJ..iaf~
k,- avrrib4arg R4,al.Road 111north Second -ireet, between Arch and '100, A'tch'ttreet, Phiad lph& smintaly ta r ea varae tofhbiont ^WINe andPe~nay _."i~ r ac araifgR Ildacce elreets.," Mr. Editor :-About seven weehe since; Iplaced able ZAS and C PS of we,1611110p.mh 11, rstnrb fanrsnbada fohlIise ui'JIwis .a~
Thd e ablve is Canl ae h ra tet0 ae o~HENRY J3. FOUG lRY msfune h aeof Dr. Andretw Cowstocji.,W~o. itieuand 41, as low prices amast san,
-w-& rpd and Vine seet,byte swni ". h;sfriend (ianthe pub iino m dsute,nmy speech, wi tt aenioh 1I bfad hel n fi a tCha Merchants ,pei lied upo they Mo lfb ,.nd(n t.hblnt t B ei, Bewhe nd Ca. of the i i aer trs rti ee. l,,i,. .e generall, ) that he afflicted for thirteen years. I. am now happy to state eraf s,. Mechnt .an -df gl6d to se y ounotionit,,so kiully-.ou apy rest .S ofl s e..
4,6 Bo ats and Cars of this L ineeare nodperir ie hasise eiyoe a ve a )- thatI ca- .converac with- ease an pllunoy. sod that en r-e 5Ur3d it desetve the ebaire d % raiise ie JOS be teein thrinte r-of she Cd.a
ett &v fro pyibtis"r, ehajutr in manyantam
nrtMr.'ssJ Ivroute ffeerl.ndlhesitation in speakitig inpqiblic. Ihes i v i qTb.b~ I haverelvdfo'hs ndineA teO b tr.i Sk
of diffPnt kineut4a.t witnessed the' sime happy results i a*oter mr
_q i,p hexetnwill be iAde)yte rpitos0 beft.c!ce, al ae., hoStIof lad kewand gentlemen. -4 have no dotvbt 'I, 0en bot, thiinnklforthmkbe oin ourap, 4Uih i XB.T R ,T nue vtetao ftelbs~ ~ jsi
&nrp election willebeived, woulds'pvqp66dore 4 blof trtchtry eaehto youcfohe; bae receivedofwtuod istreea,,4r iir me to.0tab )My.Tcase to you foy sha
,i. lne~. a lsrw rth. ,the pttrooHeeOf the 5 o ff Ste, etc. etc. whichoffhis his-tlccess irnacuring the most tnvoteratestan..e vnlU ._h
..es lneitoWdispoWe ofat'the merer, Unlike all others w hhve professed toured a the publt, ta t h e W tinuest w #tho affiicied in -thesame way: 1* biebeen I Egl.,d aim win.i. cle .Wst otd
vit.iagpublic.. a+teBo f .f th 'I"" S ta r t. ". y .... l ... S. la,,m,, ,
Office-N. E. aaid4rof o sasreet, 'lowest, rates, 'He has stammering i this country,, Dr. Comstock exact no TailoBr~m ln uiS4 e., h t ne sU to labor ador a. Congh end' Asth- Wov
h ttalsopohand a number prormses osecricy ffrom his patien t,,ALL ITS'VARIUS-A metaceiOppession, for moryeLe
'of V4 526 Jdweet AtreeHERY W, ENIS, .1od1-, he i.th Aiarnpm .he entry__ ttre wtfh
(. A., 8. 'CUMMiN90,A"n -'o.f. ve hau e ptr _-tf ,,4 Pearl s tre. NoW '. J ..We, nea1th sUeeal rMe o ,, MasMy i ( 1 e Ammo reuah m 1t778,1, It --dt .... '
Et ny also be s.ered at No.t i00tt M]&Jitreetde -el bie uRtAtc for par: l J"pneta .... N k ,m e.il .sm wit B t, ( oig to g rea U) h TObal N'
J oRner of 3d and Willow vireos; h rthe-, Ws klohi, etc. He hopes, by, OFFIA OF- AE DELAWAR ECOALCO. and aim. aeento buiasmsxita.,en" a.astattsitd asofteL bywbh ..4 .
Cheese Rouse, aorne i of Br. -ad 0c ne.aco eltreet* And -his %el lknown- t atten- -0of postfavors. 4 "Y BROWVN .%' w" disblddg

__ T lriy'l'[ J]lts. t11 id i_ ,ytraotohcoalNnSchuklcllcorty, knwnby the, REMOVAL. otheing -h'ore .and .metmw-mixed wth blood, air RottCh.i .oho., .
at*o' XE p. LEECH4 VnqCO.aS Lmtfor bi, 'n "i I h name oof "Peach Mtuntaioen.aip The eneps oet tt are M. W1oLKlN ON reoaiffcllhl mbe o hiso FocontlsM trtherBly, t a-er nvget, I havenan ha1,c1 h.eP ,ah.ft MBKus a Ftey 2 .A.
t'hee odtiooEmigra of that pasroage eretofre ext DI i. worked, and the- coal r ht t arkem ap d Bd orh a end a d the tie ia nerJ ht sol lowto aCt or be t t. ai The "
r Obyjirsons offering, other, cest as "PrW#
-' n ae yofROBlT FELDai, ed. ,i.. id dep .umed prnope.rr ,tohestate thd o oham y1brath Th

EBe ^tra~ve~llng weiwetrd., storia eve. Office of the Pennsylvania Company tor Insurahces snip ped, by the.Company only All-the Peach Mourn removed hai, Cheap and FPhrtonable diOTHIIG weaknew arnd dehillty caused by such constant ex- roi, ug^^ ,n,._'n *. A.A- '
ar 9i t-ninB Am heVwr.hu e, 2 ,. ., o Lives arid granting A l u rnies tain oal retailed in Philadelphia, is elan d on 'ae iSTORE,. from the s*uth,,Mt i'corner of 8iith and petoration, freaueathr branahi B to a rtate bur .er iB E" T -o-B A<
'TELEGUAPH EMIGRANT LI 1R :rOl d Stoves taken in Jxchange. fe erIUo xetrtdo

adaCe.yt tat-latareCoal Compay," ate-thesoownrs of rCompany fhaviege been pointed Trte ompany'woha. a bllow aaraet streetBrdge, on rrte treet akpeare Building over to theomo .
virTennytva Ta .aiB. an anQ o the tte of RoUt Reldi U.wat te raot oe oalin wSchuylhe company nave erekow ed -b M. Coer of Vi and L.tte't# e w'. sn "m e "t Cb,.l -'Uoc .

The i and rs oftiee ne are fitted up in the n nebted tosaid estate f e hereb required to nxteam ve sheds, from which it will he delivered in b .e;o. ... rsefl n t Fom o the rr fatiy benidgh s tniht ha nerad ot. .. M uh 158'I a ar. __
.iVomloable aLEECHr n CO.'S Le" in fdr office otheCompa- he st order, whm theav! tsfth ct and where han n th ot. hae h klfi phyansto lI l

their own proviaiom. smleo bing prove edn the ny No. 72tenth d str'eeti districts, at~m tarenewing prices./orcash. uhen de.er, of Rad,, td6C~g n, eo-l^i- ^f attot en d meal n e veriTOy thin done that was thought 0Ovnad ^~ i BieaICAP,,A 1, ..

FultmPlote.e S.B. cornet of Water and ( h~ea,,t IV 0 T I[ C E ", Ubroken White and Gray Arih, 550 Per tone of Do ,' Terdo ,: .-,I; ; ,fam ,or^^he. u w! .flI ft>|eA&td W~m P kmm ',
earWaehoseaN.rWtoeo .e. y In the Casof ROBALLENARMSTROFIELDING, dSecd.. Broken andth Screened do. 6,00 d r 0 endandhe public in general, hat he haot, or be btrd up, t.o obtained a is,
rgtrav t eli. Treshwus e AR, sr. Office of the Pennsylvania Company fqr Insuraaces Egg Csd, f byether Cmpanonly. All the Peach Moun. removed to Cnhep and ionable CA TNG weakness utd omedfty caused by was aoad to .. ,
o, my14.dtf. ,' .co Agent on Lives and granting Annuities. ta t Coal rtaile'd Philadelphia, rck landed on e OTORE, f th southwastcorner ofetor. With the asscandP of Di- -ectoratin, frequent ly irogt e '
d .. ... .Cherry. eeta O'ec 'frnnJistbu 'rfS Compahy having been appointed Trustees Co any'swharf 2d below Market streetridge, on Crpente eets, S ak peare-Bu!i ings er o dring on doea,, It has beedo. m e o.. -"
ha. and Rfthree l y Olrrnea rtpih oft the haestate of Robet ilding, deceased,all the Scuylki l. on w ich the company have qnre te S..'," Corner of it and .nqr g irt,. 'eMsf to my failynd friendstr t
r fhsrn r itdu n persons indebted to said estate. are hereby1 required to' ieflbte pieheds, fwi which 'will be delivered eo akt ntera fteShy~lBn.wiet I aebdsiflt' N.16S ~ apro s-e.

RAtcomlotable mpaner .and Ap Aengers. can cook make immediate payment atthe office of the CoCmpo- tsebeat Order, dewithin thepav itsh 7the-cit and r o F h d 1 a wea edy and ght. H tadvisnd me tos e as ssortmentofP gW .,nd Letter
own oviS to' jwes irovidedin ny, o. 72south d st strctsathe f ollowin maice or a nut o e ewne hon i a"o.in ,vatt peetorat, and ,vey thing do astn g hope that. orsae. whoreal anh d o1.aoneeo.,y
-lslft 'p urnposeMa' aner-U e -HYMAN GRATZ, President. oned, vizN e o t an:' _ob ts. aod tooo, re o. llt.,. 6. it v had. 'uan fm aintnri- term, y. ,.. F..A.' ,n

or i l i e- y-`anyothers SEAS C.WALKEA uary. iv I '--df $. 0. George, d'o- 12t and Mark'e sis. Th.pk a n .. taloo .a ad etsfeve.y de- 0 ^s^ lec--dtt 4 Franpln Pieee near Cne'tmf
fo" tal tserae Ma. Li-e-lv We -- ,- Actuary, -jy 18-dtf Unbroke van Peach Mo arnet st., scripon; tn Fock Fare Coat, 1-oteeer,. OuIlk eO givue. w e .ll eitho gt anyt et ben ia "'- i BAeoT
the Det ofBrd. andVe Brokentreetdaly, at h m And andt S ce ofe Company, No. 7southd eta of eerydes rpon; Shdrts aitd 8artt witer, 5 INh d Iorvy say owgat tae o Ifeet- o.,W.

fr^ e& ..t.S .al~o! kA.M.^/^ ^ atd ocok .... ^ ^ ha m z "" g^" sre. CHARLES S. WILLIAMS, S btocks,;Drawers tndzz us.>eadetc.' i ,A,'tjeenslir- I' HA B FI TUALLY URED MB. As W ANTED ON MORTGAGE,. .
a61 1w C ,- f %qheriut *ireetj at -the d 6 2 'A nto toLm lW~q

PF .so N. st. f co. .e rOfW t.nr and CheCaaAs N 0 T ISC Ene y t...lroke, White and Gray Ash, 5.50 Per tori of DO' tiendo ,. a n)tOef tUhg it, I found dt reached HE a bove m. or on-hJf, wl taen

,tTflrovghi50llonl.'. '. ., ,. jsL bsco berr aeprepared toreceive: an ffr.l'T he Companyaidso~ofrtfor sal:a q~uantfy of B., Wester. aad Soumher Mercaanta, w..liig, mynYCeoandt['beaotebreathe with nore freedom. .m. sub~rner..on .u.doubt d seeurity upon
nrdt pv at eher of the foPoWing ofces, .I-n the oOf ALLEN ARMSRON oG, dec'd. d- ereened and Unscreened mal oa-ste or purcado. nywo0Do. leo' Gre ptnuLard v O y ewu tarld hd .. .h e propey Apply at. dt6r ofifce, so1tma-east c<
i. W "aM ket;reeN 0. 1er 84h' and mrottsvilhe( eanon, mpansrg a insurance- Steam I f eines and Limeb6,00rners. tet 1-dtf call and vfew the oeti, before urcha ihelse, 'h n Chestnut and 3d streets
din. N c ,^o .W. Places, as wel as the Towns on the branches of the C. l, where p p"o k 1e --dotf a iDoctor aye. W- easweanI nov 1-olf JAMES M-RAVE 80
Tt ~ Ijt'ee ty orrSeqo nte an llneenapRivornt, es Trustees dainstoves, O'T 1T" do Dr, -, v",,i'e' ?andetter him I was one mor 10T0.do. Cro.... _- -

aira tee-" hrai h- ie softheirtarofAi nll. -l Orders received at the .wharf, and by D. a eviibleGreendo AR'do 16, raidfrea umybbster theI t fcogr ael w eIng o i

""'L.... "- '-- *OTO 'O, "' -" ^ T ^GrRAR.. "er Sa RO. D SAG FOR person indebted to said estate are herb required to Frederick Brown, corner of5th and Chettte.Do6- do Frockdo17ear ed m perfectly curedW Now r, e lPth. m t approved kind, nit n t d
rI p- ,.makeinmdiate payment at thc office of theIConiaec Thoma s Peathd on 8thn d i r dd fsowith a lstiuch teh

.i : ._ .' .... prpr /N: B.--Mercan willbecarfu t ore Rhir gw .a m, .p~eonhe. Face, and ANNUITy AND TRUSoOMpA~i r OP l l n.*^,,^ ,., .....r fobsle ndaphedatKr.G ,vERSO^^e,
-:. B .'S^ACK 2LIN1.3Rny, N goo ds to th e Reevg Depot, W.ow st below 3rd ot'er eut neous ernp 'Wns...r PHILADE oPmA. T "w .s z y.'.... f a. north Third street, thre. ddorahqew

i -Zteiahia tO P ybwSS s~, as flthe drayage willbe much ,le thano.to vf *rh~ohwtetfifeitaS~yt ibw,.n ,Jmt n.Om^ 1fi9 f ..^ ^; ,,tf ;h. to 0imthortillt felowpcatizen wherer relef mayer and ,-p!
Gi',odJSaS K Iehuykill MqsCO L^^.ne-^ titd'HYA RTPeiet onNef o6hadNbea'D od rm d^ ^ ^^ ,-baei had. eIfe ay of tb& h oty acpuainaceso van terms by Br.r F.. Capl.

-" R OF1GNAtS ,RmarAT2---dtZ ,P- r dentm. T 0,. Capital 0nd00,Os, papr,,you wi1 oblige me by noticing it. FO -,ALE OR KJN',
Staes Fast Line-mand ,pr s SEARS C.'W4J.KK4, Actuary. jy 18-dtf 1 14 .ere o 1t n are t. Th~ n hitPpaooa n esspoe7 do- dcl-..dt 4Frnjdi P iet earghet

,. "1! Departs tdily iat 8 o'clock, A. hl|Joaeph|,E. ,. 3 ,o tentyyes I 258 Ma rsekelyaited with. r C H AaRT Ca'R P3 wduPT U A I. .", o Ioogs HiABS, Sen'a, e The SOUTHiAa BREsERmY.P
the Depot, coi fBrom the corner ot Bree ad and a...ily, at C ` eran, ',a An a toteoe e Cm pn No 3t etabof e VEry es rp n hrtsAddShirt m ,n e I o sa Low ad sfeel t,

.B Vine streets, via olub Ra ,54 .3 T O ST. h... IS o nt, and imake e~ntra generly that o e Mr. Harrh l bee a w y .Y
Road-rve, at. Coltamba at o'clock,PA. M. and 4 o'clock, cus to the treatmentofe .t CHARLES S. WILfAMS, ? theconkrengecyof1Uen dee.t 4 anin's IT ha a PonoftTUALLY CE M. m ofWarrangement, perMORTpGuneqAGled n th.U
Thog ibe0hors poprt. ppy t thiroeic, ouh-asae

m tow ee, from tN.hnce, via anl to pittsb trg. e; exclusiela y to a.r elect brancheof hian p rfession, te l TUet- wein w ofr foreat a tI wu d to the desire of ta prtie -and ree Jhve Depott s of ar_ n. nOw. fe. w of malt per annum; MescuytlAwe rt
V r Throgha y in fromayand a haf. .e v: greets, ufcers, stricturemaand all delicate sees. cdit edia l '-'moey in trust, ad t. P m e t .d to ca a see m, and sevey pato ewrya tea
ir BtS Candsars.d;r Nothe.w8tenuhave st been Stangers are respectfuallapprised that Dr.G.hasr- pioont l LIFENSURAseG.-IRARD yeeras-s t sow r atiIy itemaelegr td oof bloroe. poweo, ofth- tFoUiteucTor,.

rbt l alB ainow.a complete fon llrowngtICa.ve cevea regular. medicall educatin.,.I. m our.,. irst. me- as wet bo kin inward, "aemedie; including umber those o any-oce ine the. U on.. 'i i .'The above val-ale edicine.,- maya be nhad whole- order for eg, nuash g uud pump g.. ......
while earf n, fairrnobet Darn, Schuy eill

RaU been placed on eight wheels to insure safety,.'Ve ca, col1ege,and t sheractice wdulyappreciaedinth~t ofbetttesof S .ins Panacea..Extrat Sar~aj+arle. Rate forInsurig(100 ... ,, ^ aale and rT't ail at pefeTNy cureDR. pNoMw per,, Loo ler ,nand ap.rare d ind, trasuitthe e ond
b t bi arg .eot ,os, Afrd every a .tiolar laSS o isees to which a de tes is n at, at tweulr e impoieonumerae ae me- Age. o 1 year. oriyer. e T n t. r .. va o over 25 r a'nrr.Ts; thoe felernng ud
S/p N. 8.-e rch n andw ils h eTonsu d durin the odae a thei uRpsed. P e os l the Face o Wf AtN IT Ar t heT O A M 'tnel rhl .st o IE and fidn a la t i fl a alea r GO an d-w ail s ,ere

S .h a ^ N r^el^gw st "T he .a.S ,?.^r^: b g evening, as ,,mual, athisoffi c o. .St~rangers should not receiving^ ^ muc b9e,0dI ep i e f e e en .0 91 '* ,.(0. 98 *1 ]7 !p.clph a Ptc t.T h,, E X P CT O AN ,., ,ne depth, .an s perfe tly dr, and cool; t r ......
iferoOmfia the bboat brelow declt, m which the'ring- oe deeeived by purring medical advertisements, but curedL In teFall 836.thedisea at the timfeeinS 25 1 00 .. 1 15 gU '* 20-weto to.We-AsljTtA orrelieve a Cou oi. BriCK Stabte and Cooper's Shed. &c.;.and attac
Iage ot Pe set ot thNsL e ashave t.who cllatmy ofemay depnd upontrat ve4s idEpoecornt, I ommeneu0 i hepre 30 1 16 O -df ahe npr-enr setns ha mhoern e aedosometre sew
X&e1r C srau'bagae epo through with them on te uniformm ato onsi tent treatment which has rendered pared by ivaughan & Davis.] In a few appi9tioa the 5 136 1T3 75 > Dweingwewmactesntelsae.a

TABeabo negn nt at Pitts burg gwithavdaily sep28--dtf dag wi.em hlegaess taha t.Ppar, an -d.reIhsad useu aa areC the s, 44 1 91 bh.1.96 3y73o" t this Iw a p*lac Theiwon ycanu o entered upnsm !atepy,
&baef I.. .r a .. ... uaD ioatheir f ,B m, C.aeSukase ny cu./ e vTrEb aas p s 9 s 0aI 0p ae-sn n-yrhy ta etr i obpytgraiti .F LEO,-

uh wlle, St. oui, J~ arton C ity, JacksonVill!,e A l- l C lr e ~s O I'h r en o lo grv tema ln mgex ep the ^ a f o te^^pt^b m d ,5 2 .32 3: 21x .. 5,.78 : < : Cap~ia it. .. .. .
ton, and Neat Orlea'b. AND EXAMo'NATcc rP HEAD8 theiesen. Itysaimpossible formeytoedes.iein a cer. Further iformatican be1bteI T Uappl.aton n o.as H UA great part o the purhe KemoneymayWreRa
Mor frome ppy at the offices r oo. Bra Chesnut jq ,c ... .f tifieate the seventy ofthe disease and myesucewrig, but at the office. aNB. W., RLCHARDLS, Prest,. ^- Ni. ^i L tre i t e mortgage oor a lrmoeyeaas.
ra 'a dorof 4th and Ce snt street. '. I e o er count to anystrrsoee, iaJoH JAMlSa AcataaN.r : N.i Kd ,- For further particulFowrigMraaod n, dand condtne niioFlofl-led

'1 vad cor, B and, Asntsr e nt. o. O. a. FOWLER will give Prcatacal Lectures want.ng ofugneersatisfaetoionowrow. raaol ongme. At GEO Wb ASH, Treawurort. mmfbbe-rd(f ii- iade. to .ha SAMn ELd fiSS A SON,
'S a,: abe.c d t.W ~ h ^ .A U _- ft l .e s rr ". ,,; ,..W W ... .W _"_ 3-d. 3 oGray'sa alky. Phil.u t, n ~ ej o m e ee a n me oe n un n~ ~ ld" '- .. a --t Or vs le h
*.et c to rm Hecelhda. sbr mte packeot se ,, n o i.ee...Duringwe nnrewst of t detimegetpr fmfceto Tebibeg aeo odcntute a-r'ea oubi t6ocokP .an o eoe xlsveyt h ramn o eti irIk esuW .j id 5P otnec o lf.Acp ~at~a ubr- ~ ~ Ol of the First Baptist Ch. % h i this- yofarraii1gepmeirt, per ..ps une..u. lle..
PRaip adtorR *:d hatteich agsmy- an eectetumoneal

G g Td t Mark't a t oa nON- -- lityacommlnitngft d Octobma y be, at l ac diin"hisrhouse an iln are cap le'f"..... g b,
l take.she e yard A Iroaesusethe ort,, co .e an het, lal timeseunptilnst.feltpife tts from CD.rts ofJExce,

T..r;ogn'r ofe3d and Wllodw streettand alf the De" v: cle, uaend clsringcwathapuhllc examnateins. Ad--ngetmm ymoytper.ho .bad the digaperbadiyn 's THo PENNScLaash ntIA CshPAnYo e vtruyto aner epo1tean.
!e Bear' on~i Carsduriogth s ~ter ,hvbeen0mr --~ u Stagr ar rpc tfull apr.e.tatD. G.hsr- 1V5 fi*c~ mam~nwit h iem a se nor et a ap. LIE.N ,A l- ..ter.... ,, aslw, sif ,~eiev. ofsexChorseD poeryo the bot cnaritze cdomra, n %ee

A C. L,,, go'ds, "t thr^ n ed i his extesive cabinet ofpecimens, low..rdPAILAnNML. For In.m-anCe M.n U ^ and ..... ..... RCo n.f de i
phiis o. insm (sfelnw citzens

Ol' aoWARoK 8iAc tO E WANrED, hatre ich embraces hudredsa of distinguished uAlmerican. s wellinia 'r; in Goantin nth nUi Thmo, -oeeleaI a dTRdeTr EfSIiPgS anod UnARiN;,hePSo
AL beenlaced, on t eigh hlees Wtnd such asRead- "tecaens, many clkipnasti rare anidmalsy apci spoi. uh a fb ot cy vlaugan S avis, f E bh. codaeI of 3d* rb-ates- fore Inssi nga nr aa $08fe, n- i a -le anrietma at.J N.aERUG. States execuld ae reeabnd V to thi wihiaes ofohe pan
bea. ein TIRg AIN i.dou,GA Sifodeerro..pitciar class f d1,estowic1h 1 te 'is ItTrtL e impom ibietonxnrate all thIM, Cape Frit ya.Fr7yars. Whole Lif paer. vatswiilld veli200ebrrmtsbtheCeleing
eoueoujkn it.Deftrt a 4ld ito'snecelok ,A. *oe tetinFndi orsleddrigthtaywd' c n ty yIaused. I was aso uner telcare ofte woifth e annHuaR X' -Py. RP09T U A L., C-bST R ,Nx4o. 0outh TH~IR.trehi ewhlisESftlv )ce ndjp 8f

Tens. etc etc, the lecturer possesses greater facl oh atd Race streets the m p n Pans e oast, Market and ,w-$ an' N l rdeopb ngthii t.n'ble h eptrataon, to the no perfr ewt ordr idoidco;herwtee
ing,. I master da r iet m r yot Brr en-oad .and, ," '"alol ,]LofracsgesJybeow 9 ,LnIwl No. 35,, g L'uno

vaniasmalnoes~.buthetvtiah oce of.u.mlas U- a ifor opous lllustrat.,ns, and OR mparB g interest cdstreetsn and by eonst of thewda olenale Druggithe i 2Me5 as fol 10ow0ni, M 2 0 U f lthe s, o eletehLo y for ..DEPOSITS ae n e reCid in tr tanho
r'it bR.w&.de. MANLEYa abe doermauiovn byan cpua e anymwdi er else ounarts, nov t.ea- f 1aerr,bthinbsoe e tieRishEUMATIsM SPRAINS t and nsranes o Lives aectedi.' Offie
hivro auofb Chewitnuhe and d e 't fr. a aWill continue to give correct phrenologicahi e. ned ady uha &, ..i .. r.iat fet pi c Fr t cnin g c y owSaipas iKhD SWiL5 0P otao Tf on hUt street B.o W ICHARD PresiFrdte;
e, bat- tfo.W. r. t-" siponsofe character, at 210 Chestnut street, (be o eight to i g t btrghr, tqeenerutionnde w 1th,'b- r.ebI CA adiCHRONIC ePAINSy c GoR W AS, reaurer. r
,~~~~~ly andr n mpr n

dm takeOXE8 Bunch lmrioatihe s erio R ait- e, free oc charge, LOV extensive ntinu"s t. .t-.sattenton itcrinn myheadrwel"ed -ttimes-un'-t ,,1.i.....,t,, eo r itoto be the DRIGINAL a d GErprepa- ".. .
abnsove inesfrom houteaviaicanalrto with a laily my prctuiveelytasebr cted neofhibegaesi n, W o id ithesap ear, indge1eIwadsusogeatiajartheIdioul45t1 91 1 96 375'ofltheI'p The whole can be entered upon6fmmediately

li 0 Tf rtuinbfs apryn a nn d tosCe rsft Ciiay, -t'l l andhalsine,_adt,,e W otw i o ,Ius a -a ,a o. r ,t in.ot, a+,, ve*og. ,0e_ P.oof *th dal a
I hshville, St. s ue, -a n C iowty aksonvillCO. S cti resa ojv a hreB o tw u tin, r em a oni ng c t the Cars a o n the dSep pritp ftng. ed 55 2 32 a' 2 0W 78B

.'I Iw .aChestnuts t U.S. Senatorset.etc Call and ree. All r.s 8p to our Warehouse, W be immeos-. .stif A,, g reat ,, .ae e n Oy m rNS 0 .o s
Snd Messrs. Fowler Brevoort have for sale several datel espatched at the diowest rates. n u ring bu t the office B. the PiisRph/IcaAR SeoireTe ot e ora ofdyar
best@ e'.largd co dner aof ptad C iesu sltford e vetsr.,"lofd.Ceasestthed evotes.his Inwill,,be wouleased to imepass le raccount allt h meanye ,operson47year.JAt uaryf. C STO
A.B 1M I'GAgen cmtt- lR.0.S.FO LhRwil'iv P act kLLctds wnt-icng tIuser. Itwas alsounderwhoew.l-call f woo f m e. t GO AH r asnurlly. feb 24-ds a 3Ga' aly hl

..... V8el(B Wa hte _. works on Phrenoloigy, their own works, Cadwel s TUSTIN& HARRIS, .. rer n m &c .
COat canl Freights at th e highest rate, wt rm- wer to Sewall Jones'works, ce oct5-rdstm .h nov 22g -dtf rN. W. cor. Broad and Cherry stash. oL ....... I wp .........o1T btohomiway SA U P #S.h E0E
$e -,esp Irande v"g' Hartt or, Nrov-arence, m ctusi n a ndI edotfoevera being aIO aeo ce e I ,o T 0 TO s
06 r idn thebof atnd Wblodetre i and hich a g be, doclkv.ad bclosffingwipuiccl advertisementoseA uted.aIongttheFayl.of 36,thr eowioeasth ase t od25 1 0L ''1is,

Bd^Kdothier Eamtern Porta. Apply at the office DR. GLOVER'S A11 Ji Deocrat's Almlanac, *treel. HYMACl RFA.Tra~ident '* and.r the cure of w'ich it haa becomtel "F :re fM"T
,KewrCC ~g srtiii N OIIA EITR ar6df SA^.WLEAuar g, w'and i0SLBRTD e /1'fS^^ ^
tWharf, e4nebrVe arket street achuiyks ia s minats hu- .r ct ;, s w wr a e f y"-'.4 ,3 Ths p tian wi be red t dife the wi- -.'
SWgnod" enadle hrhAlex ,DC i"^ ise^xt-riv -nt Lpendence, and the Constitution of the United ME-ANI & TRADESMlb' yeest poibledegreefrml nornsoldua e 'Ar an A

Ot.8 dtf L A-D which ebas hundredsof dt inguihed A _ericant lsoiexeu and u i- nra e. oa la n 6-nlva I a1 ,a u of siame name-. and ASSUMING similar propir- '.. .' "
'__-. ouy pneesaN, agreeaoEe ann pongve cure or me e a Oers, United Stes Senatoaand Members'of an TomSTny uHP ...... S" ,;^ .CA M8 I and ^HE snpe'iorty of Dr. VAndoR's OestoahIve
Sleou LvaerpO al. abovmItisfreemromnisnreatml ialsa, ndspa Congress, Governos of theDavi' States and Territries, GARANTEE f man fhe most over Copaa Cbeband every other
s 1 to .lviolent irtching te Kven, tae Swellingt onaottthe eauptroo
sylvania t~c greaty p- F p IllstoratipriAthsen c augiteet2~r.s adb ~ e ricasteDugits.H recs- g 1r1.at eo one1ae.ad il Jh8iiItu poaa9 n ne il rohrie

amtc' e rsn wbhnt naepsaefrtersn oth atadefccosmsaldss f e gtand toe disape ar, aond bEletIos band thei pa e j ar d theMW di)< H 1f HW S 91iin phvican of3rpwo eom* t73ti becr fanBi-bL na

"'iens i rst ra p, & "a. ro 'Liv. a- ing than cna n beas t u whreluep cso fouted ie of meeti of the State eet t r i sre ", r i A aentr puliya, as a the dgisehe y forwith: '-D PO T o ,y ri' ini.dal
sa 6fPhiladeophiea, nr the 16th of every monmct L t, ,_..s,, f isc" n al, ornay c "s ,the votes polled for President and Gvernor in the $ 50erf B'n .pe r aT nu iF L A ae C a. .I N,&, thra, n oth asi, of trasurinar paage
o d ,b apptyingt e ad hset) er lo~ma' yhl s (vraal Srtsine a 8 7the'e infer 3o.as M Al ns foo, a variety ase2o P f ,2, L Iq. 'S 157 With such proo& in a favor, thesubscriber deems& womes. Jrya, y tu"pary. o -.
Son A'NDB n su" ROBERT T N OA, NaNrf. re e.. r i ae nv ot interesting matte, selected from the Speeches and OFIC NO. 1 SOUTH SIXTH STRET. neesar to make any further comment, to nary" eman an mVe auCCS at a
S otld rdtf a 76 Maneket st. above 8th. spt -U Writing of the Patriarchsof Democracy. For sale HIS Company being ow in active busine, r to any aciIh reom endatons being we complaints, as ther rt ntron .
i *-t r a Chsnta. U S.Seats e..t. I ail Aal s. R.P. DESILVER, l ready tto advance aoneyr n depoeite of all kipdds gn that7 it ano ntains sueh-T VIRTUES within it- pl bbc.housandSno.fcaSesaWdeannuHy beei.,A
S an cy ,i, tat .nne. wrk nPhrien helinrothen r w ch kil l Col' nov 30--dtf 55 Market street, ofcolateral ri, inu to it th iti of CAN OT FAL to prove its superiority over within thre years, priorto which theyhadbee
calmsR cehts atihe hiMlgha wge~ oa superior J s wrs tc ot -dl no the Pubcicr B aT Ceher ploed in private practice wi 'lLeupwarct rs ofi 0b c

eIate deapaty,cntore,andfordsleby ro idne t,. .r.ad Megant aabet Furt ture) The Company are desirous of calling the attention of INFLAMMATORY RHaUMATISM.--Smih (many of them-most inveterate) and In no OB-
Sf THOMASh B.NM D I S CO. gppro mines oemg.mterr o none i n 20 e city, at i o. 112 south 3d street, bIou,-n cdP intI tRen t sIi Wtent. o 'at ic of ac e with i i toaeorn.,poucet s I t o a giv t t

, a l5-dtf ,," 2^ Chestnut st. Broe awo~ nd ea' a 't .anl iffo bn e su ene pu, os, 2 ..'. te pundLc to hi Ostock oo ABIn T FU NI- on smaller d'sites. rtimeswi l fo tOn e ar ther w- I Tt in
a.r. a e stretS.c a rki. t. c;r Goomhmoe TUReg, whnh ho offersatmverynsode rate prcs. It The Rwill roeive oeon depot, and allow the i B a n, dhthee, wh b ad t fever. d, dicEes usually resorted to those o mp .
XAND oSAVINGS" nIaTITUl d f t h Large Coa, D U ayo o is warranted to be in point of durability and design, usual rate of inteUeMt on th same. d t po ed -eg n tfo dseae is attended sssing tonic prCperties they agree, ith the me

";t o. 66 south 4th pt. e sut ,oal, geal p os ce o equal' to any in the city, having paid special care to -They ams eceive daily depo 4ite&v to be drawn at e t he same nae nd A$UMie n G s ml a r roe rl liHate ma4hc .tr.gthen the digesttye Orga
* S. ePITAL20000 DOLLARS. ma.ut or Pea.oal o o ite ein made of seasoned materials and by competent the tleaCure of the deNositor, on which no ierot wt n ver, te nt iepN- t appetite, nd improve she esrat he
1 ~assa tranm'ouieSwirhoe9b. abe Irtes free dsomaus i balsams,tirih anr isa le- wongressmvern. oftheStte and Trioiescapouer fr 5oiok,.g gsesesy ther 'REE yof nayny e Thy oeqr noeiCters cndievery otherat

S" 3 sstoen, te stores te susre, llOW sreet A call from all is respectfullnan m solicited, whe atnthei aa f t od P M ece b B SJns Ac a S-t oe aries oand tna plaEe.an dM gxnt eeoe fa o tes wha yT
i li 4deswat ed, suh asfrom -iting ,a nycure min days.rae put small pei, 0:rSod y auha 4 D vi,,& oroftoh3eA E dotearte oeror" A

f ns r sae siepsit, id the hiheo t rate aelow T ro street; iOOt o is ,WallWspr t it purdhaser or visitor f JESSE JOHN aSON. D gics is opr n till 5 P. M. t whichis most affected,'s.Th of this Lini- di t able .inta atior ea ts, and as expeietci
De19 o ah feveyo tlawes, ornatte o f wthinchisfceantiwlleordr ses.Rhadw u ldtf 'he w Iro u
PrFXW ~.ths~ian-dt. H illc 1 ortialeat o gv rct pGhVr'Medooical Od'e- vep rrseta ovrosi h 1(OP1~TD.~TESMEO SoRFFNZrd.thns AdNthr isWse oLtLIriarGpdOFe

OBT'TAfiRterestlallowede depositors, for six months No, 15, 4 ; N.3dat..,h3,d oor above New^, t. o t i t a g 7-te selcte fo the.Speeches ry order of.t1e Board. I. ent shouldnbe resorted to at the commencement, amply proved, t ey.. al succ a 't.e ao....
--sc ts hr te a -hestnut-o th a h an other medcine inpresent e, and may jm
a r -~llaa in. eS~iy~e~.ki"" t ,.oa...... by' ', X', R. P. DhElaSILE, .-rayt dac oe .. OUGdeposit, ofall inds ofthdisiedtats'i cnains sech IrTUbES within e et-d pulc ythousa.d "f cas hav anuay ...n..
*AJ qaliy, n sor, ad fr sle y n-frm he emotaBoddonti,9n ther El (DgangtheaWintetFr Sasn.) r,'tenbi.-~aiohe eeis lydi rvt patc apwrso 00
THOMA SOND 4,CO. aprovdSmies ets)inW reoralsonmy e i ste iy t tAo12sut3dteteowWnt TeCoayardes"rous ofacall1.g't7e attetono NFAMTOesusriberHEMTS.Smpcan(ay f hmmstIvtrt) n nn
30~ -dtf SBnc tiin,*speiro t hele follwin rieshthecom uniyhisthseIstensinvnd ivenotce hat-A ver oeithpaiaacrangnedmitninsamftiorstnce-ktownto-ail orto rodce hos unle
N' ~~ B nk gg CalTUR, heoffrs t vey mderte pice. I The wil rceiv moey n deosibadualowtwenainyomeineilonhpato'ooanthet4the yCapnal.,cinebtheureSprinand.hutcl.s o
-2 1 21 TC h eS m llnu t a U S ,S e to rs eP .ea c .Co a l, 4 a0 0 d o dsi se .i A delofs e a s ndta e ia s anty c o p te t -,p e a u e o f tI!eo t r o h c hn1i t r st wt7m c0f vr-t p a in2s o l db2e l1u r e ts s o m c st e g t e h eIg q O g n
Lo.3P ~~~Mestret, at the4sto res of theausciers Wllwrtret Acallroealsseepetfllraliied whthr s il y'it thewhn iew lobedw 'he1asThy neir7nethronin195 nr ltrai
"m*~~NZ' rceied n Deosi, aid ~frrn9 blowThid sreet fot o Wilowstret Rilwy -- te~oAwhch sMfeeltar2"oftha sie detexdet oftithe-fiotirstinultit whre
9sii. P nerest llWeantoepodtrs orsi wonths aug 7dt hi onwik' alwl'sTSTN&ARI,' S2 48 Lcuerg ns%
and one ~ egte hehgetrts Wihn`ase ve~. Schylk ll Jwer tey will me et with pro m ate- nv2- dthit'N. W.coy order of theChrBoard,- w-ma hom ld it resorteinlyd toat.te o mme ncmn'apyloete ilefc uesoe
WIdae eptc, oHatod Poiece pyAi. B. DoffcGo he CaT"y takh. fsediesandell rtmbed ofp h fetdayohrmdcn npeetjs~n a a

eeved onDeposit, and bought .. -,-,n., 4z ,,-. R., con -deredtheon y, I .- --- -------7e---
Uirtitmoneyreceived on Deposit, and boug fe 6-odtf .T..hat can be boughtsintheCityar aug 31'dtf parse threetimes a day. Should the pain shift onMder
at.y -orwest ofate ofdiscountr No" t ce. to e I -those sold by, FLORENCE. All in- to some other part, let it be well rabbedwiththe stageoftsedsrorde.
de'?e mdf J DESSAA.hr .h .o cetoI lveRts, tending to purchase a H A T as a THE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY FOR Liniment, still continuing its- u upon the parts Th e' if pove an eeal pev.
S n e MARCHTER. Critma-Tratherthesevesor e~urnie o ]Lvpofistdffete, r psaleit rbyr
,e.t-dtL ',p. Glas Aa mer RSO_ wh .MARyH TERM. .o L aCvhrtistmasreat for themselves or a. Ilnurances on Lives first affected, to prevent its return there. In any Gilliams, Books4Co;Co2d'street, few doors a
: ;Liookint Glasses, ," D SOIwnomayReooigwdhmtoabailthemetes obliedeno, svoll call hall,"THIS DAY, and v GRANTING ANNU ES. case where the disease Aa .unaccompanied with Marker st. .s"i. ,
k a- o : K L o f t h e I n s o l v e n t L a w s o f t h i Us C o m m o n w e a l t h p r o c u r e i t o o t F l o r e n c e w h o i s a d m i t t e d O A T E P T A ", ."- h h w l h ~ d h a n n aJ & e k r s ~ e fl a d ~w i l s
description, mafactureand for sale, f Insolvent Lawsof this Commonwealth, sa 0, procure it of florercwho iBdmted (CHARTER IPERPTUAL.)NB. v c racostiveeress, thd e bowels ucom nd behono e at.nofd dwh s
'at north d street, by wllfind l t to their advantage to call on the asubscn- to sell the cheapest, prettiest and best Hats that can (CHARTER, a T A, fe50e0r Oor cst s ,, the.t oen sn g oild be, ohn E. A. Hoskinrt Girard Rowf No. 376 Mlarket st
at, desnorition,, manufacturd .. Entire Cap.a paid in $500,000. purged, a. aweat taken on goingto bd and t ..A .. 3r
d .. 1'- J IDNEY JONES. ber, by whom their business will be correctly and Ia- be had any Where. FFECT Is irances on Lives,t e r ln wer oe t pt o f Hiins 224 Callowlill nt. 3d hose below
dc -dtf J. IDNEY J galy attended to until a final dischare is procured Fur Caps-cheap. Call in and see. FLiment rubbed over, the pa
hi from the Honorable the Judges of the -ir t. Terms FLORENCE, Practical Hatter, Granting Annuities and endowments, a.nd.makedlsoth se de
e v m fa re a' moderatee and accommodating. Office in the bass 48 S 3d street, below Chesnut, West side. all kinds of contracts in whh the asualte of life rI HEUMATISM.
W i'noth $d 'stret, b ment story of time Prothonotary's Office, No. 9 State DO- The Franklin Savings Batik notes taken in pay, are involved--Receive, Money on- Deposit ini Trust," HOI lE M TS .hsie~i is'-
d HouseRow, Chesnut street.antr atsi enart u rr
dec -dtf J. 0IDNEYJONES. ROBERT F. CHRISTY. -- ay and every description. Apply at theilroficeANo. ly caused by neglect or a; imprope ourse of juat receivedand for sale by
,,W .. N B.-Persons who wish to be ke ot ofdifficul Oi o f the America Fire Insurance Company, 72south3d t.' HYMAN GRATZ,,Prea#idtt treatment during the i#nfmatory stages f the THOS. .ONP 4, (Q
u, ffia alo Robes until th Termwold d w o D7. EMBR 27 1838. STAS C. WAIaR, Actuarys. coAriplaint, and mostly differs from te former by 'dee 3-dif a Chestnut
pENp ua cticable. Adc relation to the Tltw a .metingofteBoardof Directosonte0th .. c.o-T0 being unTttended by fever, and usually makesitsi -.. l "Diact.so
VEN sBuffalo Robes-for sale by ^ erfully afforded, gratis. Real Estate bought And v lhat the rm of Policy used b this nG. William Parker, attacks upon a sudden change of the weather, or ..
cheflyafregratis. Real Estate bought -nd 4"RetolksduKirkaasuddJn chanMoss,
S.7-... No. 3 Grays alley. sold. Money obtained on mortgage. Connbe ar, in cormt to ten by getingwet, &c. Of Every Decrpto', iVat Executei
,: ,- tfnipany be altereu,, in confiormity to the opinion of John B. Newma t Jolin Bohlen,'$ ""* .k'' ..- ". .
IDl. nocracy in America. aug 17-ifdtf Mr. Binney and Mr Sergeant, so that all renewals, ElihuChaucey, CharlesTaylor, Treatment--In this disease, immediate relief .. ,ATTs j,
TUST received, second edition of De Tocqueville's 'uTo the Public at Large.o by payment of the premium, shall be effectually com- Henry J. Williams, Smnuel F. Smith, from pain is the object most desired, and to ef- Omfce o- the Penni syXvani1
I Democracy in America. Also, A T a meeting held Dec. 12th, 1838, of those prehended in, and made a part of the deed of insu- Mathew C. Ra-ston, Thomas G. Clemson, feet this result the Liniment will prove of great No. 99 .nfih SecondStrat .
Precott's History of Ferdinand and Isabella, 3v A hAwho have been invalids from the effects of rance, under the seal of thecomdpany. Charles Dutilh. feb 7-dtf value, as i t seldom fails to give great relief in a
Bantrofes History o the United Stes, 2v. t Resolved, That as to insurances heretofore made, -it a
HASWELL, BARRINGTON & H'ASWELL, colds, &c.-and who had tested the efficacy of Hot- and renewed or continued, or which may be renewed few hours aftertapplication, b scra
oct 4.-dtf 293 Market at..above 7th. brook's Sonon Cough Drops, the following pream- or continued by payment of preminrum, and receipt for SPRING GARDEN perma""ne-t cure in this complaint it i c a o g
.... ble and resolution were offered and adopted: the same, (whether endorsed on the Policy or not) Fire Insurance Co. to attack thedisease internally and externally at 4a.^ c
,- Specctacles., Whereas, whenat this ea;ii of the year, man. this Company will, in no event, nor under any cir- OF THZ COUNTY OF PHILADELPHLA. the same time,, and, to effect this purpose. l^HE eor t L, Cughs o.uptill, ....
.-3F, '11 kids, imported and for sale, at 18 north 2d kind are liable lo the effects of change of tempera- cumstances, set up, as a defence, any objection that Capital authorized by Law, 400, 000 dollars. PROUTS' COMPOUND, taken night/and morn- trial to~b+ deeidedln the most valuable o
-allkidtrialadfrvloatsoit' cmsanes sdepasaiefedlyn ojetithea mpiaosthoiedbyvaluable dllrs PQ
ret,by .p the same is not embraced in the policy, as a part of g nuneDt well rubbed over the arts
". ootjy I turef and as it is the duty of each and every one to the sa i s..otembr' Chatrter PerpeuaL.. ..jug, and the Linimet r u o t preparation, for Coughs, Asthma, and lncipint.
aec l--dtf- SIDNEY JONES. r, a i f the deed, but will admit of record that it is a part of m AKE both Jimited and perpetual insura-tces on will produce the most h ppy elects and by a per- .I.n- I not onl promotes 'expeetration
alleviate the sufferings of thesame; be it therefo the deed." v brick, stone or fra buildings, vesls in prt, severance of a few weeks, it seldom or never fas allays etickng oug but by possessing ape
.u' Cedar W are, Resolved, That the prd.pietor ot Holbrooks Extract irom the Minutes. JOB BACuN, ^ecy. stores, hotels, mills, barns, stable. carpenter shops, t. er.dicateit effe.tay.. tonic principle, it connte'acte night sweats, at
evry dsciplon. manufactured and for sale, Sonon Cough Drops be induced to make known to-- lumber yards, merchandise; furnitu, and property I ne th alarming weakness usually ed by pmona
Sat No 18 north 2d street, by t Ihthe public the beneficial effects resulting from the In compliance with the foregoing resolutions, the of every description, and in any part of the United '' TIFFN, .AND W fetionSh. e lm eakss 'us'ua.l s
dec -dtf J.SIDNEY JONES use of his compound. conditions of insurance on the face of the Policy, States, against oss or amOage by fire. JOINTS, 0pa"ins theSIDEandSMALLofthe i op
InONES.ane iththe*irem the metngnuhehavrous lteedrotif'orcafljoisAcre.,centlyt
'R .KCL nd WhteA~l oa. propos~itin is hereby agreed to, and virtues set "That in consideration (of the premium nad ie of the Comopany, S. W. corner of: 6th and Wood COLD. In these affections it is only necessary '-Philadelphia~, Sept. 21lat, y
^ft~lrtT~a^ '01-^111^-11111p!1 positio0"18 hereby agreed to, and virtues set 64Thatip^ ^ consideraic~uPfa ^^ ^ no (ave teus eo premium~b paid)he Hyn^ enafi~b oe-ya, ,
~E LlbTONS of superior quality-Uflbroken! ai) treets.,il edcie, pnwithiout aan,,' i, iiet
110"L f,--forh.vi z:-the. anital Stock. EstatoeandSec,urilies of the Amp. wIlt be d "ci ad ,i.. ,dW "Ay. to haveorecourse to the. Linim ; y b"ig h Having naifl'o soe yearslas,

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Democrat and Wutcan; ibr b.

al l yJh Feral,
qre? d A llot 7 411144^'* *^
DO 46,86"YoA^^

P ain~odeda v Afr Ie Sti^e'ar jdE
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rae in 'rat'u.,to" rau, "dk ,if'.
f. vorie t ap r ,. i.- -
By of pltw" x WpI O
woL s t at o the, i '"'of "
at~ ck andd
c onstituents.- ",t ,

Te A By 3Johepn'L Thdei. 'hm 'eti- TV'

Cil. Fee, like D an flolijtun -!Te b.rjinW ba
u k. By Chatl Aej.i1,-- j- J--- ". h,1

L. G rB onhj. ,
nder andd MnrIe >l ii-, '. "ai
"-" ot-,-ThJPeq~r indo Jauwle. d l~ues."'ia.'

nSew B 11*;0 tl<^W ^*
ed to sKoigfpr1ati of lmodapj ,,^,IS
SDjWf Murph T, h "

inexns { ath4uhti dai t hA l-tft
spA the next election she etifl elbow t( b' lfti|R,
rB "c hefr only choice will bo illiee~wbaolwThpmoi|f
in ri P lillpacaatbe.wtisd shlj .f-. / i *<,
ono- By Dao6et'. "-'Rift aD '^. ; r W-

ipelect by that freemen of. P nsJyIva'ilu f wlu
nn gel"erwft th Ba..- Di",b dal'" r' "
Halt- >a ni t .' .

f~.e By 'John, Ii Drill, Freuci. 'lPf
rues the superior Democraia. of (^ etstool ?ewwiva-
i nisr y John C Kimlnhil,*Bt.. Duti~rSvenlit ttd
>l- Montelius-A gtarines Iria'wbo ieaeet'~rtbhese,
Y and those of tbe 4 people, their conduC.t i tsa t
Intf proof on file, "that onety- the beat policy."

1 for tw iter. t, a t e 'w

she two-fisted sons of freedom, and the rights of ufts
Sle gettle.w to *"dhe btitt, 'trmM

nnul people '..... '" '" -''
f he By .-Joni, A MDniel. T. V. wi

B mocracy-Equal and jot rigbwh ."timl^4gm
S oatelebAbghtuA byh theLen. aouf I.CI O

2 ., B Lewe Pelouse.. ,Talas/Wf<
*k no mma~n d Of the 4p.olterenuti

D ouly der thea he54 i tw sbea&

if Es. By.Joh- -H;Br. -l,.. ...j. ",

t ew th otePnie, a we ll os tB aO iJ-ffIt o -i le

Pills over Aristocracy bfttie, W ,
Ied By Johh H .f*.. Tbe'kt. b I't. t I a .
11of cb'fnate-lls pHd. of Pieufl.srai we tir*OWN,
U'. ," f lti- o If d atarte eve y w ith er ptu. b ,at,-
ordi- t.an he ocofpwa. l i aao^1
bove p By Tbf o fehreiber. The tarn to-i ibee g m-
. -the bers, Burrowys,Pen-ose and P eII; who attempt-'
ured ed to defraud tofthe peopji out bomBad thie'lahto,
nem. lthe elective frahchise-.-naT the enftrmf UWjrue
r^'. Pennsylvanian raiaflrn with-m tfaletmuirimdar of
tg ntt their days, ; -. I ,L
ercu-' By Jacob Lewis. JohiAJ M'1fhutHta^ad-
Smte. ininistratioMaof tlhe-T Geeral OouwrmMt. wi to,-
P os: please .ittera vind jictive fedeAlhtIs le Ait 6 ae-
n d" cute nt him-but let them tbmember hly art piBm-
ealth curing +he life-bood i" Petun^thnylet'itetera.
in *of cy. ,:.,., ;r *^ ^ i^.
onsf-- BB- Wlilimdt Rheisiner, David -R Pw'i0o-
e ha-,veranor-a..,deeatoet 'ia pripoeipla snd a..Rw ,cticJ
than ,.elabi u yhe of the.Keystone State, in defiance of Joe Rli/6h' and

t- bie hirelings, Thaddeus & C ;. -
gainst By Peter A Grotjan. 'Thefth ofJeary 1515,
and the 4th of December,- 18f8-The, fatme we
hbove celebrate fo r a signal' victory a & Va4 .uPder
, Andrew Jackson, ov foreign e0e0mi0 = 44e F
" ,-will be loEg remembered as #a victory, of d ,mratio
Mar- pintiples over do stic traitors. .. 'o i.,
Htf.. I^y Mattahi Rutk The Hltro'of Iew 6ri0mna
Gen Andrew Jackson-IrUnlf l'imd 'all M"i no-.
ve will the Democracy of t -uiosa feeet him.
allty, Sy MMhIDhel WsrtmBaa. DioeiseI- Pnn-
sylvania triumphant; the everthrpw a(fItae in-
-, famous dmiaitrajion is balwed w l. jy .as the
proudest s d0 best act of the' Mtin of' th Key-; -,
$ stone ' '' "
S' 'By John 6 boubelbower. The fc1ro oftheDay
Swe pelebrate-Time may ceeal bet stiltlfthi outu
" beloved country enjoys the liberty nArbmawed b yth
wn t hoto', blood' and treasugq of our rqvottinaary
,asires, he never can nor will be forgotte.i '
,', By' E M, Meader. Ex-Governor Wolf-The
gentlemanly Colector of the port of PUldefphia,
U p, and the.conservator of democratic rini'pl w.
By Johfn Feiral. Equal Rights-Th, toueehtone
upon principle which eparatm pare .Demorasommy from
of all federalCozihervatism; let all aspirauts ,to pnhlic ofr",
- flice in the ranks of the democratic paiy be. teed'
i,, and, .. .
uliar by this principle, and if found wanting, spurn the*
that for r,,rpeai, 0t ves; th'ey are the h Otrunaents of
y af'- monopoly, and knaves dyeo in the w)ol.
y Alex Major. Gen Win T Ri ,ees, Benator
recei- frodi old Budks.-Hisopp Otion mnj expbsMre of,
'( the sinecure appointment of Johbn Lf Woff, a one
,ith 'of the :subordinateo-cesksof the aen:..te r4 s the
-'- nrinhtiionn of tha Aam f r &A g -t a n tJ i e. a hn-


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<./11k"SeMA. MILTvo.e, .
'nit' lo r abovo Walnut.
I)AfL~rtIttiteL tboiatl ier annum.
THREE TIME'A WEEK-5 Dollars per annum.
WUXN'Bihwe U94" PM AoUMM
/ a o 1,o Mle wtM OiereceMved lor ithe 'M N-
SYLViAWA-fiWJ4wrs teWU5, psablh m advance.
Daf "i.,Tri-w, ly pap St 1 25.
*Teebday, .fai. 99 1 39.
A \ Ti A --"y'/ i --- v'^ ,j .'
We pnbOUlish this morning from t e Huntingon
OaMtt,-thwbqopiih of JJdge BTanoide, in decid-
I'ng the question as to who wore and who were not
the prpser olfeer of the aourt over bhich he pre-.
s ide,"ltose" appointed by Joseph Witner or those
hoJding owuissione from Governor Porter. Thi
opinion Is conniended to the attention those es-
peeewW.ly who ."mi ve kat the Ritner offcera are en.
tied ,4onhbd thiru pleats inppoition to the. ectseof
Tb egttii,, They wilt find thelA Judge Burn-
aide,, alo aieo .JAdge Plythe and Judoge Banks,
have 4eclard and e inforced their conviction that
th a iA~tont* ,f,the late Governor are void.
ThupBnuberone of the smaller rniufiotioi of
th..gremt euiracy .
The iptefid and maligtiant disposition of Ritner-
ism biroghtlinto full action by'defeat, has been ex-
h bifdi various forius, and in none more distinctly
than in sLbenjgo mortem appointments. Politi,
zaUy4defu'ct5.ttW late executive and hia frxies de-
termtined taoJmv as much trouble behind them as
p=m 0blDl, and int the last moaients of official life
tfiey beAied themtaelves in doing that which they
Swght IA w.ld annoy their successors ana throw
M s wtu. s of the'people into confusion. .Foam-
itsg with rfg% the. qjcted tnant tries J'o Are the
zmaniton; bU g, 9 seems to behis fate upon all oc-
eaJt&b,' ifu political arson f ils as signally as all
hi. oliher desperate undertakings., The record of
the lat acts of Jeseph Ritner'will form a strange
ehepter ip the istoy, of- Pennsylvani, and 'he will
enjoy, to the full that s apes of ftame which sur-
vives from evil deeds."

'.T ifvstifigaginocommittee in the Swartwout
44W, with Heory A Wise at their head, are now in
NewYork. The object of this investigation, as
early declared by Wise in his long aid windy
spee on'the subject, ad as shown by the method
of selectng ;be committee, is solely to get up an
electioneering report to operate 'hereafter at the
pIli. The npjoFity of tha committee neither care
.bout the rscalitles of Swartwo0t nor the loss of
the money mgibezzled by him. They merely in-
t~~~dq4 to 4e hese6 a a groundwork for an im
maense fabric of abuse and mierepreseentation of the
executlew and of his deiocrutic friends, something
after the fashionn of Bond's speech, which however
qame biear losing the said Mr ]ond his election.
Tberv is onethingwhich is likely'to operate agaitist
,this spe.Me, and that is the fact of Mr Wise's being
the chef of the committee. His name is 'lim, e
ifflthe s ," and so his friends will find iL
Tfhi whig pprty endeavor to lace the democrats
in a false'polsition in reference to the 8wartwout
afl f ay.apea of thp friends of the adminii-.
tait i nbeu g hostile [to an investilgation. Ths
le shier, falsehood. Bvcry democrat in the oqun--
try is anxious for the fe'reting out and punishment
"of r6Inqs whether In office or out of it; but their '
r Iepresenabivei endeavored to prevent entrusting g
their, ty to j set of reckless partisans, who take
i. thework in h pd .for, no qther purpose than that
iO promoting party views by twisting and distort-
Ingfacts to suit their own sinister objects. To a
'coWi&Mfllef-olganised with any degree of fairness,
*"t i aa "n* objections iu"mt fromn oone nstituted
according to tho wihe1s of ZHenry A Wise, nothing
am be.opwted .but trickery an0' misrepresent&
t PRP. SED.... -. ,
$ k ol ervethat Ithe subject of regulating the
7(electlro laws go as to have a representative of each 1
party among the inspectors at each poll, has been
f 4 ,,a oiciy Committee of t(e House'

The follewuip have beo suggested to us as pro-
v "i idi&ble.'to b ieuioduced into the law, and t
/'ei dlS to j I'tl fraud and disorder. 5
i, L'" .e.. 'i the qard-or township vote i
d lt sJi.il t7raid one lork of election, anI
.JWhtm hnet eadidates for inppqctor, and the 11
tt-(gtetfer 4e, he chae.. Tbi will pe..
eaure u imapector sd one clerk to eahb party. .
I l, lt+aic'votpr in the ward or township vote t,
?q...il4ed of. eletlon, and let the highest candi- f

,jtae phqp$r -,,Te judge only to act in caea o4
.. eam ae.mm bewe the inspetors. C
8. Let each inipictor and each clerk be privileg-
d"' to tWo nd*r oath oa .amation. each
" .pT o.^^n'i +" te'vote, '. felatiou to his qualified e,
. tjuiq^ VThB, with the assistance of the tax book
., lhpq '*.caqrcq of the ward or township, ,

*willjftet illegal voting nforp efiectually than any
S iN Y 'Iaw na-o iti The collect should be
S i itofetllthto heinpeto gene eti-
a" alnt i txonsM having paid taxes ij ,he
W,44 fiitth two yea next before the election. ,
.:. 4, *KM wIrd' e't"waships having more than e
,f-vabttdm d Utwabtles be divided into two for the
'tri 0a006&lee -o"t ad lt the elections be held
itY 6h_ *t*r,:e toottship. This will affordti,
"et 4 bprotrity 16 ? voting, scare more order, C
,~.~.~'.yr 6.yp .thU .ceok voting by non-resideots. P
v $5*0fn> w Ips qpe eonsiderwd sufficiently nuerie- me
rfmbe s jft* Wo of m sh Mw wards vote together h
'eie' hi-le, d olet the saors open the ,
i 1 tirt .'+"1 j ti<
4ilfe insaeetof and clerks be required to sii
"Mn9t rat otne bo*," #a publicly r di t.o vowet
d. < uW do-'o.the e iMi, before going to supper
0f t kO v Iamti. Tktis will be an additional "-
'I u*a g^s falud:-,nd 4let all th remuts be th
'*WS lyre6%e^so m oa ascertained. in
S I .Leti asevre penmalty be imposed for neglect, ,,i
SIp.' I tqirs or' Judges, to deposit their returns the
r0ttlb n tI rothoota office, according to c,
'-W IJ is el ,that sopiaq f the Philadelphia in
',ifly7 wrd '.4turns ha. never yet been made,
4o gt,. the N requires it to be dime immediately

q 4 ouii Esuing Po0 in speaking of Mitr o
,9 hjU a I rmoe g.ree making BilL bas the an
Sfa6 .a-rip aki, i PM 1 whioh are te more 8a
O*A4I oataneuim as the o st is onof the eigi- 22
'U tods pits. Iis tr oatry of that wubih i bie
a ,,,' tepwan 1aob~ glatw latraObesi into the ,

+ "" :* IN'StNATE,-....
eral FFriday, Jan. 25.
Several memotials were presented.
The Vice President presented' to the Senate, a
communication from the War Department,.contain-
Ing sixty copies of the Naval Register.
/ The Senate at one o'clock took up the motion
made by ihimyesterday to take up the Report of the
Secretary ef the Treasury, inf answer to Mr Rives "
re lutio ,. ,- .
Mr Wright spoke at length in vindication of the
Adiministratiop, especially in relation to the part
taken by the-General Governmenf in relation to the
sale of the United States' Bank bonds,.
S IMr Rives spoke in reply.,
The'Senate adjourned to Monday.

Friday, Jan. 25.
The House resumed the consideration of the re-
port of the Committee on Expenditures in the De-
partment of War, objecting to the allowance of
$800 to Edward Lewis, for services in the Pen-
sion Office.,. After some debate between Messrs
Adams, Morris, and Pope, on motion of the latter,
the whole subject was laid on the table..
Reports being then called from committees.
A great number of private bills were reported and
refer ed.
Mr Connor from the Committee on the Post
Office and Post Roads, to whom had been referred
certain resolutions of the House, in relation to the
transportation of newspapers by mail, asked to be
discharged from, the further, consideration of the
same.. Agreed, and the resolutions laid on the
Mr McKay, from the Committee on Military Aft
fairs, reported a bill making appropriation for the
defence of the Northern and Western frontiern It
was read twice and committed.
Also, from the same committee, a joint resolution
in relation to the erection of armories, which was
read twice, an I its further consideration postponed
until Tuesday next:.'
The Speaker laid before the House a communi-
cation from the Secretary of the Navy, furnishing,
in answer to a resolution of the House, information
relating to certain charges made against Commo-
dore Elliott, which was laid on the table and order-
ed to be printed,
I Mr Lincoln presenteJ a communication from
Commodore Elliott giving his version of the affair,
which was also ordered to be printed.
S*The House then passed to the consideration of
bills on the private calendar.

Saturday, Jan. 26.
Numerous petitions and reports from committees
were presented.
Mr Lincoln, from the Committee on the Public
Buildings and Grounids, reported a bill to provitle
for the erection of a fire proof building for the use
of the Department of War, and sundry documents
from the Secretary of War, in relation to the esti-
mated cost thereof, were ordered to be printed.
Mr Adams, from the joint committee of the
two Houses on the Smithsonian bequest, moved
that certain documents in relation thereto be
Mr A. also reported a joint resolution authorising
the employment of a clerk and to have such papers
printed as they deemed necessary.,
The motion of Mr Haynes to print ten thousand
extra copies of the report made by Mr Cambreleng,
from the Committee of Ways and Means, on the
state of the Treasury, was debated till the expira-
tion of the morning hour. ,
The House then went into the consideration of
private bills, of which an immense number were
read a third time and passed.

Pennsylvania Legislature.
HILtEis-uno, Jan. 26, 1839.
In the House 9f Representatives, petitions were
presented for, alterations in the license law of the
commonwealth; two for a law prohibiting the use
of rail roads and canals on Sunday. Mr. Brodhead,
three, signed by citizens of Northampton county,
praying for an outlet look at Black's Eddy; One by
Mr T S8 Smith, for aid to the enlargement of the
Union Canal. Mr Ryan, one for widening Brown ]
street in the county of Philadelphia. Mr Ryan re-
ported a bill supplementary to 'an act dividing the
district ofSouthwark into five wards, .
SA bill making the following appropriations, pas-
sed through committee, and on second reading-
To the North BranckCanal, 1230,000
SErie extension, 250,000n
West Branch & Sinnamahorriog 150,000
Avoid inclined plane at Columbia, 30,000
"Wisconsin Canal, '40,000
"Repairs of Canals, &c. 300,0004)

$1 000,000
'To meet the above, theExecutive is directed to i
borrow oee million dollars on present loan," at an
interest not exceeding five per cent.
'Bill providing for the election of U. 8. Senator
on the second Tuesday in, February next, passed
and was sent to the. Senate. "
In the Senate, petitions were presented for aid to
the Union Oanal;for an outlet lockat Black's Eddy; ,
or alteration in license law of the state, for grant-,
ng"trial by jury to fugitive slaves, apd a memorial r
igainet the the appointment of a moral instructor s
ft the Eastern Penitsntiary.' The Senate resumed f
he consideration of the loan bill,' upon the motion c
ifMr Ewing. so amendedas to require the Bank t
if the United States t 'take the loan. A' vey ex- v
ensive debate took place, in which Messrs Ewing tI
Brown, Penrose, Frailey, (city) Miller (city) Pear-
'on and Williams, took part. The bill passed with. tl
mut amendment. "

The Opera.-Wilson's beneft last night attract- .
ed an overflowing and brilliant house. -b
"Aubpr's delightful comic opera of*Fra Diavolo," /i
rich has been so anxiously looked' for, will be P
evived to-Pight. This piece has always been got
Lp in excellent style at the Chestnut street theatre,
ad with the present etadmirable east k rich treat w
nay be anticipated. We perceive by the bills that w
tme portions of the original opera, which have oc
Iways heretofore been emitted on our stage, will fe
be restored on this occasion. 5t
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On Tuesday morning last the commission of
Dol Beaer, as Clerk of the Court of Sessions, and of
rothonotary, was read in 'court, and a motion was A
made by Mr Johnson, the Attorney General, that th
e should take hiijseat at the clerk's table to per-'
rma the duties of his office. This motion was re.
sted by the incumbent, Mr Allison, and the ques, g
on was argued by~the Attorney General on, one ce
tde, d Messrs J, A. Fisher and McOlure on the t
tor. The presiding Judge, Biythe, delivred it
Shis opinion, that Gov, Porter had an undoubted dA
ght to au-ersed6 the -eommissionp of Gov. Ritner pa
r new appointments, but he doubted the power of p
be court o determine the rights of the claimants o,
i thls summary manner. He said be would con-I
ier this latter question for a short time,- hop*wing da,
e minatter:would be finally' settled in the Supreime o
ourt during the present week,' Should 'itnot be, I
iwever, we doubt not Ool. Beader will be put W,
to possession of his office.-Keystoae.

W. learn with sincere regret, that the health of 8h
'nux~i haLMDC.AK sq^b been 'pnd con- pn
ioms to be such to render it impossible f'or him bu il
make preparations for a proper 'fullment of his of,
gagements to driver a poem before the literary no
cwiy ofLayfayette 0olIegeKaston, Pa.)' on the
id February. We have, we confess, been appre- st"r
nsrive that he would decline the honor-or, task +nel
mseif beyond his physical means to gratify those '
h Fooeopinions we ll covet.-,.V & Gaz. 'in
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aily was not only destitute of victuals but with. mm
t fire, It was 'a cold day, and the little children pr
A been sent to a neighbor's to warm themselves, tie
while the parents were out in search of assistance, P.
on afterward the father made his appearance
:h a few shavings to make a fire, and some as.
tence was procured for their present necessities. th
is di.ness dues not arise, in te present instance, ari
)m the effects of intinpe'arance." The father is a in
Laborer, and defendant upon that kind of vm- Pi
yment, which at the present season of the year tiel
rery scarce; and when work can.be procured, uis Q
ling, the writer believes, to do it. To relieve tul

ttt AIrd M,-4'URTVI rPATtctULARI
-tse FreA -i,-Vf'uyave no IliformairO as to
tihe' e ctdf i he storm at Baltinimre. It is stated
that a cofidedrabl b portion 'of the railro6d; n ear
Wilmingto'n on tTis side( has been carried away',
and beyond that police two railryd bridges are said
to be destroyed. "he rest of the line to BaItimore
has sustained no I material damage. The informs-,
tion. however, whicli is received is mere' rumor,
there being an almot;t general failure of the mails.
The mail from Ha rrisburg, duelon Sunday, arriv-
ed last night, and we, are glad to learn that the da-
mage on the Columbia railroad is not so great as
*as feared. Some obstruction has been cf used by
the inundation, but nothing, more than can be re-"
paired in a very short time.:, several mailsiare due
from Reading and Potit' sville, which Ieaves the im-
pression that extensive mischieff ha' bjebii done in
that direction. ,,
At and above Manaymik, the banks of the river
were completely inundated, and the icb and drifting
timber accumulating as it .swept along with the re-
sistless flood has carried away the dwellings of
many poor families with thatir contents. The out-
houses, etc., belonging to fir Duval's mill were
earkied away, and some dauriage done to the ma-
chinery in the mill .by the water; the bridge at
Manayunkis badly injured, anL well as the tow-path
brige of the Union Canal Comrpany; Mr Eckstein's
paper mill and out-houses mulch damaged ; a dye-
house belonging to Mr Ripka's mills, swept off, es-
timated loss $7000: Mr Nixon's blacksmith shop,
boards and other lumber of Mr Gorgas' board yard,
the Cooper shop of Messrs Ntwman & Co, all en-
tirely destroyed; Mr Yeager's, house swept off its
foundation ; Mr Moyer's liquor store carried away;
the house and stable, belonging to Ezekiel Sherr,
much injured by the ice; a mill owned by Mr
Kempton much damaged; 1.he cooper shop. of
Charles Queervejlle and a quantity of wood owned
by Mr Finkle, swept away : t mill-owned by Mr
Winpenny, entirely destroyed, loss $10,000; a
house owned by Mr John Hdtghy swept off;-A
large iron foundry, belonging to Messrs Craig &
Jennings, is entirely covered with ice. The abut-
ments of the Flat Rock Dam, above Manayunk,
were broken, and it is thought that the dam itself
will break. The bridge at this dam is also badly
injured. A man named John Burke, residing at
the Falls. this side of Manayun'k, lost a stable,
sulkey, horse, harness, &c. The railroad bridge at
Spring Mills, about four miles above Manayunk.
is entirely swept away. The keeper of the toll
gate at the lower end of Manayunk, had the lower
story of his house situated on the hill side, entirely
flooded, and was obliged to let down his wife, just
recovering from sickness, by means of a rope, from
the back part of the house, ',where the water was
not so deep. Mr l'nocli Randall, residing near to,
and employed at Mr Eckstein's mill was obliged
to remove his wife in a similar manner. Twenty-
four canal boats were blown down the stream. One
of them came in contact with the piers of the
Manayunk bridge, and was broken inii two. For-
tunately no person was on board. A horse, float-
ing down the river, was caught in a tree, and the
flesh completely torn from his bones by the ice.
We this morning received the following letter
from Manayunk:-"There has been a great de-
struction of property, both public and private, at
this place. There are five or six breaches in the
canal; none, however, so extensive as in 1822. The
fences, sheds, and most of the outhouses, between
the canal and- river are destroyed. The appearance
of the whole lines indeed desolate, but it is to be
hoped that it looks worse then it really is. The
mill owners will sustain great loss, and a large
number of persons be thrown out of employment,
by the suspension of all operations until the breach-
es in the canal are repaired. No doubt the Mana-
gers of the Company will use elery effort to reme.-
dy this evil as soon as possible."

The passengers for Baltimore left here yesterday
morning, at eight o'clock, for Wilmington in the
tow boat. If the navigation remains open, it is the
intention of the Philadelphia and Baltimore Rail i
Road Company,'to carry their passengers to Wil-
mington by steam boat. te prevent any possible risk a
in passing over the road to that place, till it is as- i
certained that all is in perfect order.

Extract of a letter to Col JAMsS PAoE, P M, dated t
'Ajllentown, (Pa) Jan. 26, 1839.
Dear Sir-The tamin last night has produced a
reset such as was never seen by any oneljig in
this neighbourhood. I
The Lehigh river perhaps was never so B1h, and
a little stream like your ,Wissahiccon, which runs I
near our town, is Bow half a mile wide. We had I
no mail from the West to-day. The one you sent
to us to-day, (Saturday) is lost in the flood. The ;
driver and one horse *ere drowned in attempting
o enter the town.. "
All our streams are swollen to a terrible degree.
Thousands and tens of thousands of dollars have i
een lost in this immediate neighbourhood. ('
In haste, yours, R E WRIGHT,PM. P
Allentown,.Pa. f
froml th N. Y. Joer. Comr, Jan.-26, 11 P.M. |
One of the severest gales we have ever experi-
>nced, visited this city on Saturday afternoon. The
lay previous the weather was mild, with a mode- c
ate breeze from the eastward, and indications of a
torm. In the course of the night rain commenced a
ailing, and the wind at times was quite fresh, in-
lining to a gale. This description of weather con-.
inued until about two o'clock, P. M. on Saturday, '
then there was a rapid increase in the uprbar of '

'hd 6ch06Dftl, Clesterfield, of -iudiOn, .ftoM
Richmoblhd, with 'cargo of flour and e al is iahore
high arid dry, a short distance from (he Taso;, het
bowsprit carried away. ,
The schoonat Oscr,'from St. Augustine, Wtith
fifteen thodsand Mulberry trees, ashore near the
'Chesterfieid; she is :also high and dry on the beach.
A hinal schooner is also ashore further south. A
brig ashore near the Great Kiln1 with both masts
carried away.
From the Narrows we can see a large ship atlan-
lchor near Rockaway, withl.11 her masts gne.
The ship Nicholas Biddle bore down from. the
city this morning and went to sea-she discharged
her pilot at 12 o'clock. The packet ship Sheridan'
went to sea; she passed the Narrows at 1 o'clock.
Another ship, several brigs and schooners, all went
out safer--wind at west and strong.
The docks and bridges near Nautilus Hall are
ripped u. 'The dock at the Bay house and the
Seaman s ur'eat much injured. All the bridges
along the roads, from Van Duzen's to Mr. Town-
send's house, are all carried away. The roads hav-
ing been overflowed are much injured. The shore
lined With timber, spars, and broken fragments. A
numb;' of small boats are dashed to pieces.
TIz FzHaR BOATs.-The tide having ran so
high up in the city as to prevent persons wishing to
cross the river reaching the ferries-small boats
were put in requisition to convey passengers thro'
the streets to the steamboats. Some idea may be
formed of the extent of the business done by the
boatmen around the Fulton Ferry, by the fact, that
at o'clock, on Saturday afternoon, nearly 1000
persons were waiting an opportunity to cross to
Brooklyn. The small boats took in their passengers
at a shilling a head, from the stairs of the Fulton
Market, and from the corners of Front and Fulton
streets, and Front street and Maiden Lane, and
rowed them through.the streets to the steamboats.

From the Boston Advertiser ff Thursday.
Yesterday morning, about half past 1 o'clock,the
thermometer being at nine degrees below zero, and
the wind very high, a fire broke out in the iron
foundry of Haskell & Turner, in Haverhill street.-
The fire soon enveloped the building in which it
originated, and tMe flames were driven with great
fury upon the buildings adjoining, which were
mostly of wood, and soon wrapped in flames. On
Haverhill street, the foundry of Haskell & Turner
was destroyed, with nearly all its contents-loss
estimated at some thousands, insurance $2000; the
carpenter''shop of Samuel Curtis, where was stored
a lot of frame work, &c.-loss about $400, and no
insurance; Dowe, carpenter,total loss; James Hayes,
marble factory, building owned by J Hartshorn-
loss about $10,000, no insurance; the shop of J
Ritchie, carpenter, total loss; the shop of William
Shears, marble worker, total loss-Mr S. had gone
into the country, and had. stored in his shop much
valuable marble; the shop of Charles Bates, carpen-
ter, total loss; the shop of Jas A Locke, blacksmith,
totai los1s; the grocery and grain store of Messrs E
& E Downer, on the corner of Haverhill und Mar-
ket streets, building owned by J Kittredge, wholly
destroyed-many of the goods in the shop were re-
moved-no insurance; the' shop of J Jennings, on
Market street, blacksmith, total loss, $1500; a sta-
ble occupied by Mr Jaques, (horse got out,) total
loss; the carpenter shop of C, P Sanborn, part of
stock saved, building total loss.
On Beverly street, the shop of Messrs -Hill &
Chamberlain, coppersmiths, a brick building, total-
ly destroyed--insured about $1000, a policy of
about $2000 had expired but a day or two previ.
ous; the shop of James Hall, blacksmith, total loss;
a small building used for the roasting and grinding
of coffee, total loss;' a shop occupied by Mr Bryant

arid another carpenter, total loss; the shop of S. G.
Underhill, blacksmith, building owned by Haskill
& Turner, and insured for six hundred dollars-no
insurance on either stock or tools; the shop of J.
H. Hutchinson, machinist, loss between 3 and
$4000, insured $400 only; in same building, the
shop of James Stevens, box manufactory-Mr S.
owned the building, loss 1500 to $2000, insured
P600; the shop of William E. Brown, turner, in-
sured partly, the shop of L. Howland, carpenter,
total loss. On the opposite side of the street, two
carpenters' shops, occupied by J. W. Cunningham
and -i----- Johnson, total loss; and a small, build-
ing on the corner of Beverly and Charlestown
streets, used as a bar roam. On Charlestown street,
the marble factory of Charles Harlow,insured $3000;
the machine shop of Phineas Dow; a shed between
the two; a lard and sausage establishment of--
Sanderson. ,A dwelling house and store on the
corner of Cooper street, were destroyed. On Coop.
er street, a block of new brick dwelling houses, 3
stories high, owned by Dr Bacon, were destroyed.
On Endicott street, the chaise and harness shop of
Fitz E. Winchester, and the wheelwright's shop oj
Whitman & Newhall, 'were entirely destroyed, no ,
The shop of Messrs Peak & Johnson, carpenters,
Beverly street, was also burnt, no Insurance. I
The Catholic^Ghurch was in imminent danger
'or some time. It was on fire repeatedly in various,
[aces, but by the well directed efforts of those in-
iide, and the tearing down of sheds around it, the
ire was checked, and the building not materially
damaged. The loss of property is estimated at near
$80,000, of which but a small part was insured.- i
Briggs'us Bulletin.
The above account, so far as we can-, learn, is '
correct., in the main.'The aggregate loss, however, ]
s probably not over $60,000 or 65,000. The three I
brick dwelling houses on Cooper street, were two '
nd a half stories high, were' owned by Mr John '
Iarishorn, and pot by Dr Bacon. They were a
worth about $9000, on which there was $6000 in- .J
urance. The machine shop in Charlestown street
Was unoccupied, and was owned by Mr Hartshorn.
t was recently occupied by Mr P Dow. It con- '
Gained. steam engine, which,with the building,&c. <
were valued at $5000, on which there was no insu- P
anee. Mr Hayes' ross at; his marble factory in
taverhill street, was about $4000, of which 1000 t
'as insured, The building was owned by Mr John t
lartshorn, and valued at $1500-no insurance. I
soon after the fire in Haverhill street broke out, r
he Hancock SchoOl house in Hanover street, took v
re from a defect in the chimney. The 'Chief t
engineer procured an engine, which was not in 0
arvice, and the fire was speedily extinguished. n
bout sunrise, the roof of a carpenter's shop at the a
aouthl End took fire from sparks from a neighbor. E
ng chimney, but was extinguished without an 8
arnm. b
A straw bed took fire in a house in Stillman b
reet about 11 o'clock yesterday fotenoon, which P
tused the alarm at that time; ,t
The Iron store of Mr Robert Fuller, near the tl
hmt buildings, was discovered to be on fire yes- c]
rday forenoon, but was easily extinguished. n

The object of the present communication is to "tk
'aw the attention of those who are sharing the ^
unties of a kind Providence, to the' situation of
a poor at this inclement season of tlh year, 'and te
ore particularly in' the District of Southwark. of
tat our citizens may know there is much suffer-
g now, it is only necessary for them to visit the at
burbs alleys of our city, and they will soon see Q
fficient to awaken their warmest sympathies. One 1T
ie of suffering will be stated, which will suettce for P'
e present. A poor woman called- at the door of it,
Citizens in the District of Southwark in+ search of
iployment'and assistance. On repairing to her 8U
im, in a retired street, it was ascertained the ac





UAtts olp dItOat

iPtm tf ti Muntingadn Ga*ttet .
We insert the opinion of the Court of Comn
Pleas of Huntingdon County, as delivered by
Hon. Thomas Burnside, on Saturday, the 1
inst James Steel, Esq. had been commission
Sby Governor Ritner a few weeks since, and en
ed upon the duties of the offices of Prothonol
and Clerk of the Quarter Sessions, and Oyer,
Terminer on Tuesday morning the 15th inst. I
On the 15th inst., Governor Porter appoir
and commissioned John Cresswell, Esq. to
same offices. His bonds were approved by
couit and he was sworn into office by the ne
appointed Register, T. P. Campbell, Esq. by vii
of a regular "Dedimus Poteftatem" granted
the Governor. Mr Cresswell then (19th in
presented himself before the Court, claimed tc
the legal officer of the Court and to be recogni
as such. 1 he Ritner officers refused to relinqi
their posts to the officers appointed by Gover
Porter, and their counsel asked for time to prep
for the argument of the question, The wholi
the afternoon was occupied in the discussion.
Saturday morning the Court delivered their opin
in favor of the right of John Cresswell and T,
Campbell, Esqrs. to occupy the offices to wh
they had been respectively appointed, and that
vernor Porter has the power under the amen
constitution to remove Ritner's officers and sut
sede'them by new appointments and commission
Messrs Steel and Ree the Ritner incumbents,a
this decision, surrendered possession of the pul
offices, &c. to Cresswell and Campbell, appoint
by Governor Porter. The decision was not onl
legal, but a most righteous one.

HuXTING4o-, January 19, 1838
,An argument has been had before the Court
to who shull act as clerks of the several Courts
Huntingdon County. The late Prothonotary,
Mr Campbell, resigned in the present month.
the 7th January, instant, Governor Ritner v
pleased to commission Jas. Steel, Esq. Prothono
ry, &c. of the courts of Huntingdon County, "i
til this appointment and commission shall,
lawful authority, be superseded and annulled,
cording to the provisions contained in the Con.
tution of Penniylvania, as amended by the'Conv<
tion of 1837, '38. Under this appointment a
commission Mr Steel has been performing the d
ties of his offices.
SJohn Cresswell. Esq. has appeared before i
Court, claiming these offices. under'commissions
sued by Governor Porter, bearing date the 1I.
instant, "until this appointment and commissi
,shall be by me, or other lawful authority, supers
ed and annulled."
The case presents two questions for the consi
ration of the Court.
e1st. Whether the commissions, issued by G(
Ritner, have been superseded by lawful autho
ty? ,
2nd. Whether the Court possess summa
power to direct and authorise Mr Cresswell to i
as their Clerk?
The first question involves the sound ind ti
construction of the amended constitution. The
Sec. of the 6th Article declares that "Prothonol
ries of the supreme court shall be appointed by t
said court for the term of three years, if they
long behave themselves well. Prothonotaries a
clerks of the several other courts, recorders of dee
and registers of wills shall,at the times and'places
election of Representatives, be elected by the qua
fled electors of each county, or the districts ov
which the jurisdiction of said courts extends, a
shall be commissioned by the Governor. Th
shall hold their offices for three years if they shi
so long behave themselves well, and until th(
successors shall be duly qualified. The Legislate
shall provide by law the number of persons in ea
county who shall hold said offices, and how mat
and which of said offices shall be held by one pi
son. Vacancies in any of the said offices shall
filled by appointments to be made by the Govern
to continue until the next general election and u
til successors shall be elected and qualified as afol
This section provides for a permanent system
commencing with the election of 1839, and auth
rizes the Governor to fill vacancies as often as th,
occur. The power of appointment carries with
the power of removal, but the Governor cannot I
vacancies beyond the time fixed by the people
The 11th Section of the schedule provides f
appointments until the next general election.
declares that the appointing power shall rema
as heretofore, and all officers in the appointment
of the executive department shall continue in tl
exercise~of the duties of their .respective offices unl
the Legislature shall pass such laws as may be r
iuired by the eighth section of the sixth article
;he amended constitution, and until appointees
shall be made under such laws;unless their commi
sions shall be snpferseded by new appointments, ,
the said offices shall become vacant by death
resignation, and such -laws shall be enacted I
;he first Legislature under the amended Constiti
If any doubt had existed on the former tectioi
t is completely removed by this section. It is tr
luty of the Court to give full effect to every wor
md sentence of the constitution. A court has r
rower to disregard a single word of the suprere
aw given by the people for their guidance; and thi
construction now given by the court gives efficae
mnd effect ofboth these sections which some ha'
aid are contradictory. 'They pre not so in t1
judgment of this 'court. Thei" meaning is plait
manifest and clear, and beyond all doubt.

o be
e of







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100 shares United States Bank
1220 shs Del & Hud Canal
185 do Morris Canal
310 do Vicksburg Bank
225 do Kentucky Bank,
130 do Ohio Life & Trust Co
50 do N O Canal Bank.
86 do Franklin Bank Cin,
575 do Mohawk R It
100 do Patterson R R
441 do Harlem Rail Road
23 do N J Rail Road & T Co
U25 do Long Island R R
35 do Stonington Rail Road
75 do Bosion & Worcester R R

January 26, 18,
In the City of Philadelphia, Southwark, X)
ern Liberties, 1Moyamensingf, Penn Tow
and Kensington.
From the 19th to the 26th Jan.





'' 100


Asthma 1 0
Apoplexy 2 0
Burns & scalds 0 2
Croup 0 5
Congestion of Lungs 0 1
Consumption of the
Lungs 15 1
Convulsions 0 6
Diorrhoea 0 1
Dropsy, Abdominal 1 0
--Head 0 3
-- Breast 3 0
Disense 'of Spine 0 1
- Heart 2 0
- Liver 1 0
Debility 1 5
Fever 1 0
- Catarrhal 0 1
- Remittent 1 0
- Scarlet 0 1
Hooping Cough 0 4
Inflammation of
Brain 1 0
- Bronchi 0 5
- Lungs 4 1
-Stomach and
Bowels 0 1
- Bowels 0 2
- Breast 0 1
--fart 0 1
- Peritonmsum 1 0
Carried Over 34 42

Of the above there#were 4 from the Almsh
and 10 people of color, which are included in th
tal amount.
By 'order of the Board of Health

Brought Over
Mania a Potu
Old Age
Still born
Tabas Mesenterica
Total, 98 4(
Of the above there
iTnder 1I year,
From 1 to 2
2 to 5
5 to 0
1i to 15
Sto 20
20 to 30
30 to 40
40 to 50
50 to 60
60 to 70
70 to 89
80 to 90
90 to 100
100 to 110

9 o'clock.

, On Saturday morning, 26th inst. PizBz, you,
child of Lazel and Mary Ellen Elmes, aged four
At Saganaw, Michigan, Capt BENJAMmN H 1i
IMATT, son of John B Hammatt, E-q., of Bo
aged 27. The blow falls heavily upon his aged
rents, who had not yet ceased to mourn the pr
ture death of an elder brother-Capt JOHN B 1
MATT, of the ship Triumph, lost in the late gale
thq coast of Florida, 31 years of age. Both have
brothers to grieve for their loss and weep overC

Plaiiadelplia Board of Traii,
Monthly Committee.

Letter Bags,
At the Philadelphtu Exchange.

12 o'clock.

3 o'clo

Ship Monongahela, IL F. Miercken,
Liverpool, Dec
Ship Osage., Peret, Canton, tomor
Ship Chaudler Price, Dubs, Liverpool, Jai
Ship Wmin Brown, McDowell, Liverpool, Ja
Ship Italy, Miller, New Orleans,
Barque Due d'Orleans, --- New Orleans,
Barque Consa, Moore, Mobile ,
Barqne Amelia, Remington, Havana,
Brig Baron, Lockhart, Antigua and St Thomas,a
Brig Otis, Sage. Havana, a
Brig S8Van, Harding, New Orleans, 9
Schr Pennsylvania, Wood, Mobile,,
L All Letters intended to be forwarded bylhi
verpool Packeis, and other vessels advertised in
above list, must be left at the Foreign Letter 0
up stairs, Pifiladelphia Exchange, and not dropped
tho Office below.

r-orl t ofIhila'da-Jan. 2

Steam towboat Delaware, Bennett, fm Wilmington,
With the passengers of the Rail Road Line from Balti-
more. The Delaware left the city yesterday morning,
with the mail and passengers, at past 9 o'clock, fur
Wilmington. Passed coming up, City Ice' Boat, with
ship Italy in tow. Passed the Pennsylvania going
down with brig Fairy and schr Emperor in tow. The
ship channel full of ice.
SThe schr Caroline, Gaga, which has been drifting
in the ice three or four days, opposite the city,was on
f Saturday towed into a place of safety, without da-
mage, by the City Ice Boat.
Ship Coriolanus,Merrill,at Rio Janeiro,67 days since,
for Philad in 2 days. [The Roanoke, at New Orleans,
brought accounts to the 24th Nov.-no mention was
made of the C.-she probably had sailed-Comn. Ed.
Phil. Gaz.
Brig Mary Bernard, Pitcher, at Havana, llth inst.
fin Savannah.
Brig Otranto, Fowler, cleared at New Orleans 18th
inst. for Havana.
Barque Globe,AAmes, uncer., was at Pernambuco)
21st ult.-by the Shakspeare, at Baltimore- On the
first day out the S. exchanged signals with a brig.
which was supposed to be the Volta or Walter. of
Philad,-[rerhaps ,the Volta,Garwood,hence,31st Oct.
for Rio Janeiro. No mention is made of the brig Ni-
cholas Biddle, Dolby, hence 9th Oct. for Pernambuco,
and which at the time.the Shakspeare sailed had been
out 70 days.-Coui. Ed. Pail. Gasz.
Brig Envoy, Dnnn. was at Havana, 20 days since.
Brig Gem, Eldridgq, hence at Boston. 25th inst.
Brig Leonora, Sharp, cleared at N York on Satur-
day, ior Apatachicola.
Brig Oronoco, Harris, hence at Rio Janeiro, 67 days
since, just arrived. ,
Schr Jacob White, Carlisle, cleared at N York on
Saturday, for Philad.
Schr Excel, Sellew, at N Orleans, 10th inst. from
M obile. OI l n i .
Schr Amity, Shinn, cleared at N Yorkon Satrday,
for Philad.t,
Schr Joseph Richards, was at Gonaives, 19Idays-
since, loading for N York.


corner of Ninth and George streets, will be open to
visitors from 10 o'clock, A M. to 9 o'loek, P. M., eve-
ry day, (except Sunday,) until further notice.
deoe 24-d6m I I




f t

D It has long beni known that water is compose
two highly inflamminable substances (oxygen an
rogen gas) but it is now discovered that by meal
fire we can produce clouds andrain, and that to
a dry time." This will be fully explained t
dnesday evening next, by Profetsor Espy, at th
E. corner of Chesnut and 8th streets.
Soup House i4ket&s r
IICKETS tor the Weptern SouNk House may I



h January 28.
$8000 Draft on New Yotk'
'3shs U S ank,,
50 dlo Girard Bank
50 do Vicksburg Bk
10 do Girard Tiust







34 42
2 0
0 2
0 1
1 0
1 0
1 0
1 0
0 8
0 1
0 4
1 58
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Virginia Lands.
On Tuesday, 26th February, 1839, at 7 o'clock in the
evening, will be sold at public sale, at the Philadel-
phia Exchange:
in Virginia; viz:
One tract of 8,500 acres, situate on Greenbrier Ri-
ver. Pocahontas (late Bath) county. /
One tract of 16,000 acres, on ate east side of Cow-
pasture River, Bath county.
One tract of 17,500 acres, on the waters of Dothets,
Cochrans arid Beaver Lick Creeks, Pocahontas (late
Bath) county. .
One tract of 18,000 acres, on the east side of G4ea-
brier River, Pocahontas (late Bath) county.
One tract of 24,000 acre#, on the west side of Jack.,
son River, Bath county.
The titles to these lands are undoubted. They be-
long to residents of France. The sale is to be made
under the authority of their agent, now in Philadel-
phia. The Power of Attorney under which he as,
certified by the American Consul at Paris; also man
official copy of an act of the Legislature of Virginia,
passed on the 15th March, 1838, by .vhich all the tax-
es on these lands to the first of January, 1838, were
remitted, and the original surveys, signed by the
county Surveyors, may be seen at the Auction Rooms,
No. 105j Chesnut street. I
A more full description and further particulars will
be given in handbills.

jun 29F4.1 1.18 A tic? ioneers.


For Sale,
]J with about twenty-five acres of land, coave-'
nient to the city. Also, a small Farm, welladapted
for raising the Chinese Mulberry Tree. Also, to
rent, a Blacksmith Shop, with a Dwelling Hose.
Inquire at No. 162 north 9th street, Philadelphia.
jan 29-law3w*I .-

jan 29~law3w* -

Leghorn Rags.
4Q(- B %LES ot two sort Linen Leghorn Rags, ba-.
99 lance of cargo of Charles and Joseph. For
sale by SAMUEL MOSS & SON.
jan 29-dtf No. 3 Gray's alley.'

Farm for 'ale.
M A 1 arm of about 100 acres, with good build,
wings, and in a good state of cultivation, about
0 males from Philadelphia. This farm is probably
the best bargain now offered in the city. As the own-
er expects to remove from the United States next
spring, he will sell for cash, at the low rate of $45 per
Also, one of about 920 acres, with a beautiful brick
dwelling and other good buildings, situate near the
above. Apply to, BURGIN d& AL1LN,
jan 29-dlw. 79 Arch st. between 2d1 and 3d.
A Farm
A Of nearly 100 acres on the Neshaeiony reek,
JI n16 miles from Philadelphia, and near the Rail
4oad. It has two good dwellings, a large barn, eide
house, carriage house, spring house, and every con-
venience. For sale by, >,
jan 29-dlw 79 Arch street, between 2d, and d.
A arm
SOf about, 60 acres, near Chesnut Hill, well
improved, having a large new stone dwelling.
two now stone barns, and three new wgon *hedsgj it
is well fenced and in good order. For salt by"
jan 29--dlw 79 Arch between 2d a .nd 3d .i

Sonon Cough Drops,
N admirable'article for Colds, PsinvihtbeBrost,
Asthma, &c.; may be obtained at No.4north
3d street, and south.weat corner CherryT and 3d stree.
Price 25 cents. jan 23--2w

Price 25 cents. jan 23-d2w

H.ULL'S, Farr's, Southern's, Bodder's, Hojt*el-
man's, Marsh's, and Common Trusesm. Also,
Suspensory Bandages and Children's Trumes, forsale
at the the lowest cash prices, by ,:
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, No. 74 3,d st.
jan 3---2w amd S. W. cor. Cherty 'md 3d m

ON Coppee".
iEN thousand pounds Old Copper, packEd in
casks.? For sale by"
jan 23-d6t -, 31 soth wXharv-.
;onsumnpih lI-uonSump*ie I
Dr. Goodsd' .gyptiscum.
nHI'S renowned remedy fo, the ture Of CoBe,
q Colds, Asthma, and Cotumptifon, in its primry
ages, is for sale, by the dozen or sine bottle, at
Drug and Chemical Warehouse,'
jan 22-dtf / 32 north 2d at."





Co-partnership Notice.
'%HE subscribers have this day entered into Co.
S partnership under the firm of SAMUEL OR.-
RICK 4 CO.. for transactixq a general fron exM i-
Sion Business,u at the north-east corner f Rt7tcanmd
Water streets, on thh Delaware, where the tlill re-
ceive the consignments of all kinds of Iron. Nails, c.
PhiladelphiaJan. 15,1839. jan 22--eod~w

Philadelphia, Jan-. 15. 1839. ian 22-eed6w

A PAIR bf large secocd'hand 8CALG8 M f I
wts. regulated. For smile very cheap, by -,
22-.-dtf 32 north Nsat
N wr a c L.
In tke Orphans' Court of he County of PAidu.
*. ^ phia ... ., .-.. '".* .
Tr HE Auditor appointed tO, settle' the acpen:t -of
Benjamin Miflin, Guardian of Mary F,. Law..
rance, a minor, willl met on Tuesday afternoon,
the 5th of Fehru ry, 1839, at 4 o'qlock, at No. W Wal-
nut street, to proceed to the performance of, the tdu-
ties of his appointment, where All persons itmi ed
are requeste:1 to attend. .,.a





1thenie iiu inrtniuie Letlmj .
*alopHa cf tAe M'racoi Fusnd.
ITILLIAM RAWUL, Esq. will Lecture Lie.e
v the Athenian Irstitute and Mercatile Iis-
on Tuesday evening, Ja i.29th, 1839, at 7 9qehek.
-"The Influence Of Commere.e "
* Fifly Single Tickete--price S ceatAney be

s fr. befmpater s Conteerl
A RTITS- :-Mrs. MO R L E Y from the Londoll
and New York' Concerts-Mr. DtMPSTER-
Mr. CHAS. JARVIS, and Pupil, Miss BAZIER, who
will perform Two Grand Duos on Two Piano Fortes-
also, the Members of the late Philadelphia Gloe Asso-
ciation, who have politely volunteered to sing some
favorite Glees.

jQn 29F4-11-18


















How then were appointments heretofore made b
he Executive? During the half century thatth
constitution of 1790 was in force, the Governor al
pointed the officers of the courts, (except the judge
those tenure of office was fixed by the constitt
ion,) and removed them at pleasure. It was a sei
led construction, as we have before stated, that th
ower of appointment carried with it the power c
smoval of officers, the duration of whose tert
ras not limited. This principle was acted upoi
o the fullest extent by Gov M'Kean, who was on
f the fathers of the constitution of 1790, and fo
many years Chief Justice under it, (3d Sergean
nd Rawle 145) and by all his successors in th,
Executive chair of Pennsylvania, down to the pre
ant time Nor is the principle altered or changed
y the present constitution, until provision is madi
y the Legislature, and elections held by the peo
le under the constitution framed by the convene
on of 1837-'38. It is, then,.our solemn opinion
iat the power of appointment of Prothonotary anj
erks of the courts, Registers and Recorders, re
gains in the executive of Pennsylvania until uftem
e nexf October election; and that the appoint.
cents and commissions issued by Gov Porter. ir
e cases before us, supersede those issued by Gov
2d. Whether the Court possess summary powei
direct and authorize Mr Cresswell to act as clerk
the court?
It is contended that we do not possess this power,
id that Mr Cresswell must resort to his writ ol
uno Warranto, under the act of 14th June, 1836.
he broad ground is taken that every person in
session, under color of office, has a right to hold
until removed by a writ of Quo Warranto.
To the extent of this principle the court cannot
bscribe. It is true that the provisions of this
t are general, broad and comprehensive; and
ght, we tihnk upon reflection, be used in the
esent case. The act is a recent one, and but lit-
practice has been had under it. W6*en it was
ssed, if the legislature had been told that the
;ecutive of Pennsylvania could not have super-
led a clerk of a court, until he was removed by
s writ, it never would have been passed. The
;ument would lead to the result that every officer
the Commonwealth, whose term of office ex-
es at certain periods, fixed by the new constitu-
n, could not be removed Qr superseded until a
1o Warranto should turn him out. The consti-
ion is the supreme law, arid it is the duty- of the












he elements, puand by three o'clock a regular gale It
wa upon us. from SSE, For an hour and a half
here was a constant rush of wind, and at times its".
violence was terrific. The dispersion of sign-boards, w
he thrashing of window blinds and shutters, the
catering of slates and other appurtenances of
uildings, the whistling of rigging, and the general
oar of the tempest,were the first incidents to which'
public attention was directed; but another danger t.
oon became apparentin some respects more form. fi
able than all the rest,-The tide was rising rapidly, E
rid, driven forward by the wind, soon covered the"e
vhsrves. and then invaded' South st.,, nearly the A
hole of which, including the side-walk, was for S
nme time under water, to the depth, of oce to three in
et. Up Maiden Lane, Broad, Fulton, Beekman n
reet Peck Slip, &c. the water reached Front at.,
nd wme of them.even passed beyond Water' st. st
a all these streets we' saw boats plying.-,cotton a
ales, barrels, &c. floating.--and when the water
bsided some hundreds of tons, we should think, bt
Stick ice from the harbor, were left in the streets, ter
great many cellars were filled with water, and
he damage to goods must in the aggregate be very
'nsiderable. Many persons, however, rescued their '
cods, either in whole or in, Fart; and in factmany drA
liars were cleared which the water did not invade, be
according to the Almanacs high water should not "th
We take, place tiffl 7''cloek, P. M.,an astounding m
ct to men who saw s several streets already inun- TI
ted at half-past four. But, as it proper, their ap- hn
ehensions Were groundless; for as the wind abated i
e water subsided; and at half past five, it was be-Bu
wI the level of ordinary high tide. ,
A number of buildings suffered' more or less the
mage. The Tobacco Inspection building corner ac
Water and Clinton streeth,had the tin torn entire-
off from that portion of the roof sloping towards ro
after street. The tin was -also stripped from a f
rt of the roof ofthe four story brick building,No. out
Cdtharine street. ,-9f Kitchents Brewery in ha
eritf street, near Grand the wing adjoining, Hoe's 1h
ss Manufactory, was entirely unroofed, and the
Hiding otherwise wijured. The tin on, the roof
No 9 'Stone street, was displaced en masew but sis
t entirely removed from the building.
Two chihneysiofa dw6elling house i Mariket *.
Bet near Monroe, were blown off. Also, a him. 'a
r of the new part of Tammany Hall. -);
'here were no doubt s ores of similar disaster .e'
the city, but wi are not able to state (bhem in' de, .
I L '7 W i1


Grand Duo-On two Piano Fortes, as per-
furmdRy H. and J. Herz, Miss Bazier
and V Jrivis.
Song-Mr Dempster, She Wore a Wreath
of Roses.
Cavatina-Mrs Morley, Di Piacer,
Song--.Mr Dempgter, The Greenwood
Glee-The Wild Huntsman,
Conzonette-Mrs Morley, Sing, Nighten-
gales, Sing
Scottish Ballad-Mr Dempster, My Nan-
nie 0,
New Duett-Mrs Morley and Mr Demp-
ster, Let us Wander by the Mountawn
Side, I




Duo-Tyrelien Air with Variations, Miss
Bazier and Mr Jarvis. / I
Scottish Ballad-(By desire)-Mr Demp-.
Sster, John Anderson my Joe, Burns
Ballad-Mrs Morley, Meet me in the Wil-
low Glen, L
Ballad-Mr Dempster, Here's a Health to
Thee, Mary, Rodweul
Duett-Mrs Morley and Mr Dempster, As
it fell upon a Day, Bishop
Song-The Brave Old Oak, by an Ama-
Song-MrhlanDempster, My Heart's in the Pli .
Highlands, Philllip .
Laughing Trio. Martini
The Piano Fortes to be used on hias occasion are
from the mantfactory of Messrs. Loud & Co. who
have politely furnished them.
' Tickets $1-to be had at the Music Stores, and of
Mr. Dempster, 70 south 3d (street, an I at the Haill on
the evening of the Concert. To commence at half.
past 7 o'clock jan 29-d2t
Fi ps--FIPp--F' ips--Wanted.
Ml[JSSlSSI PPI-and also Alabama Bank Notes
LVA wanted-also, certificate of the same, and all
other Southern. Western and Eastern paper, bought
at the lowest discounts.-Drafis and' Checks collect-
ed. Doubloons and Spanish Dollars wanted.
Exchange Boker,
jan 29-dtf N. W. cor. 3d and Chestnut sts.

I "


A I<4r INei ~Iprnt, 14 '
James Hand & Co.'s Lne, 58 south wharaesi.
,_ *'*' ~ttvelyFTa.Lfay.
JBn. 'The fine fast sailing coppered and eoppe
'lfastened btrqu6e Due D ORLEANS, Caplii
W.K. Ho4dle* ; having Been unavoidably detained
byllbe inclemency of the weather, will continue t,
redety4 fright itintil this afternoon, at 4 Pr M., urileti
sooher fplH, lnd' leave the wharf on, the followipp
morning' in tow oftstem. Shippers will ple asend
their good. alongside as early as possible,- ,[bil]
of lading tri the counting house for signature7U10of
wil, be signed afirr the vessel leaves I'he l'k o
50Wbbls. freight can yet be taken." Apply to
,' 58j south wharves.
Allgoods for this vessel destined for the west, wil
,be- pfti.t forwarded by tr" agent ef the line at
NeW.Oleans. if required. This vessel is of ligh
draught, nd will meet with no detention at the bar
lof the Miretissippi, aSW will insure at lowest rates.
;--n 29-d=f
re-irew Yor k-By ea.
Jamna Hand & o.'s .Line, 58j south wharves.
.....: Th Day y
.ik 7The fin new fast sailing packet schooner
IBM CtAlr..z M; THO.PSON, Captaini Lynmire
having ben detained' by the' ificlenen:cv of the
Wathei will receive freight 'intil thisa-evening. For
*freigbt apply o JA'MES HAND 4- CO.
j -S-dt ; /-" 58 south wharves.
For oritollik & 'etersbuirg, Va.
James Hand & Co,'s Linre, '58 south wharves.
4 .afewo'd ayi.'
L. The regrar packet schr INDIANA, 8. Bay-
j more, will sail a, above;I ,
lop ELI2A T. Capaip Corligs, via Canal.
For freight apply tdJAMES HAND 4 O(30.
jan 28-dilf 8 south wharves
JIor jitatifmnore, via Caual.
James Hand & Co's' Line.
so sail on the first opening of the Navigation.
.l The fine clipper sloop ELIZABETH, will sail
A ]Qa* above. For freight apply to '
jan 26-dtf 58 south'wharves.
k anted,
A good vessel, ,of ronU 0 to 500 tons bur-
jm then, to load'for osoutithern portt' Apply to
dec27-d 58. usonth whar# :
JUSTpublished and for sale ty R. P. DESILVER,
Bookseller and Stationer, No. 255 Market street,
a new edition of the above popular work, revised and
corrected since the first edition was issued; the am-
thor has made several valuable additions to it, which
at this time will prove of great use to the soldier,viz:
Arrents and Confinements.
Courts Martial. -
Duties ofQuarter Masters.
Duties of Commissaries of Sibsistance.
Forpi of Morning Report.
do 6 MusterRoll. "
do Pay Roll.
do' Rquisition for Ordnance and Ordnance
Store. ,
Form of Estimate ofClothing, etc. dec 21-dtf
wrapping 1Paper and Box
tb LBS. of good quality Box Boards, va-
3000 riotus sizes; 1050 reams Crown Wrap.
ping Paper; 75 r amrs double medium Wrapping Pa-
per, suitable for umbrella and whip makers; 600
ream Groers' medium Wrapping Paer. Just re,
ceived and for ale by F. A. SERVER,
No. 4 Franklin Place,
,ocl-dtf near Chestapt st."
New Constitution.
T 'RHE New* Cbnstitution of the State of Pennsylva-
nia, arranged 'in parallel columns with the old
Coniitution, the' Amendments designated by Italics,
printed nd fobr sale by the hnanldred or single copy,by
Cpmmereial and Law Blank Store,
Jan i-dtf 60 Dock ,t.
A. IlPAXISH DaitMobrns and Dollars wanted. ( orpo-
'C ftaioa Borough Spall Notes bought, such as
loulthwar, Lancaster RaiIl-Road, Norristown Rail-
Road, Lancer, Reading, Bristol, Baltimore, Wash-
ington City, 4'c. c. 4c. Old small Fips bought,with
afT kinds of Gold Coin. 'R.L'& G. MANLEY.
'North-wat corner of Third and Chestnut sts.
ian 12-dtf
S Carpetiong.
A GENERAL assortment of "Ingrain, Venetian,
etc.".forsale at 18 north 2d street, by'
dec l.-dtf J. SIDNEY JONES.
$20 Reward.
STOLRN, from No. 168 7th street, a LADY'S,
S CLOAK, quite new, made o( invisible green
broad cloth, (lack ilk facintgs, cape lined with bL.ck
silk, vetvet.ollar, 1i.h cord and tassel;--gentleman's
FROCK COAT, invisible green, and a pair of grey:
stiiped PANTALOONS. The above reward will
be paid for the recovery of the articles, on application
ma abctve, or at the office of the Pennsylvanian,
",n !7-dtf ,
Aknnsing from 13th to Broad, and between Tidmarsk
and Prime streets.
On Friday evening, Feb. 1, 1839, st 7 o'clock, will be
sold at the Philadelphia Exchange: '
J All those two certain new three story brick
UKIhousesand lot or piece of.ground, situate on
ttr&'a sin. ota certain 30 feet wide street called
Mariner utreei., eSl' aitO'1'"' 5rf~u. .t"vvm.
in the county of Pihiladelphia, commencing at the
dhitaneq of 142 feet west'of 13th street, containing in
front each house 16 feet, and in depth 47 feel 1 inch;
each house subject to a redeemable ground rent of
32, payable half yearly. The neighborhood is im-
pro.vig and the houses' tenanted by good tenants.
Tidle clear-Sale positive.
jail 23-dt( Auc'ioneer.
India Rubber Over-shoes,
B" EIEVED to be equal or superior to any ever
imported. A few cases for sale by the case,

dozen,"or single pair, by
ran 16-dtf 8. E cor. 5th and Market sts.
Steam Tow-boats ftbr Sale-
L *In accordance with a resolution of
&Mi kthe Directors of the Steam Tow-boat
SCompan}y-Sealed Proposals will be re-
ceived until the evening of Friday, the 18th inst. for
the purbhete of one or both of the Steam' Tow-boats,
Delaware and Pennsylvania, in their present condi.
tion.t Prpos.ls -to be left at the counting house of
Cheyny Hickman, No. 6 South 'Wharves, which will
be submitted to the Board of Directors far their deci-
Chairman of Comn. of Stockholders of 8. T. C.
Any erson wishing information in regard to the
conditime of the boats, are referred to Mr James M.
AverilL Superintendent. jan 7-dtf

.lOR preventing decay, cleansing and preserving
.W the Teeth, purifying the Breath, and exciting a
healthy action in ihe Gums.
This dentifrice, from its superiority over every oth-
er, is now in, universal command; no greater proof can
be elicited than this-that all who tse it continue its
use, "oar excellence."
' THe following recommendation was received a day
or two since:
Dsar Sir-Having made trial of the Compound
Creosote Tooth Wash prepared by. you, I do not he-
sitate to pronounce it the best dentifrice lever used,
and recommend it to all with confiderfce.
SWM. J. A. BIRKEY, Dentist,
S Corner of 7th and Locust st.
,Jrepared and sold only by LINN US R. GIL-
IMS, at his Drug and Chemical Warehouse, No.
t2oorthl2dstreet. jan 24-dtf
To LIummer Ilerchants.
A N opportunity is now offered for a most advan-
t-g$eous purchase of a few thousand acres of tim-
bered lands in the State of Georgia. They are situat-
ed on a fine large navigable river, from 70 to 80 miles
frop its mouth at Darien. They are surveyed into
tracts of 490 acres, and the title or Patent for each
tract, ,nder the Seal of the State) being now in the
poeflion of the subscribers, and transferrable, to the
uwrchaser. There can be no question'of its validity.
The timber is nmostiv yellow pine and live oak, but
there are alsoe other'kinds.-The land along-the river
is expeelent for sea island cotton and sugar cane. This
,jan4 was selected and bought of the government by
'the present ootmer, an old resident of the State, with
a view to the Lumber business, for which it offers
every facility. Apply to
No. 79 Arch st., between 2d and 3d sts.
N. B. Good merchandize or other property will be
taken in nart navment. jan 24---dtf

. '. .., B Xes I nPt 0 .. -. r -s d nr / I- P *lo' 1 4 o 1 1 i ....
TIIEAT tmmUIIIfor A# '. Ottleofdie 0 hilaidelphi'a1 imntn adbli
ir O n, F rid ay evening, the 1st bruary 1839. at 7 n en al. '' .... l .. PH D"LP I Jan la, 3. 4 Su th S econ d Stree ,, Ti I
n o'clock, will be sold at the Philadelphia Ex- .... aL... O iO t I hereby given to he Stockholders of i S d t re. oNo'... ... *M r d 8 ... & r '
d change, corner of Walnut and 3d streets, the fol-' Miss Shire, Mr Wison, Mr Segin4 Mr Hornastle, -.thePhila dephiaWimingn,, nd BatEimore,,cART cR E TATE CARD '
m ',In, the Opera of -fiirtoa on~ay. that thei'ietomrs save this day J"ilRfn eat~Yt
to l igl dscibenRaldstte,(liebetde fRohnalthEOpraateRal-oadlateay thasteatiectof JohnARD'-IBIc- Jr wll ttnd eroiill toCornLSTTR.'-A B
1roing described Real Estate, (late e"AtateoJoAn......0... ,-declaredad nd out ofJ,- the pr4fitsofttheo afor lea at private Dwellings,r on the most reasonable T. W. L. Freeman will sell on Friday, FebruanF Pa. PA
S Crumback, Jrfl d deceased): t o ,anK A D 1 A V 0 the last six months, of THREE and a HALF per Terms. at the Philadelphia Exchange, a.number o; valuable ''
d NE full equal and undivided fifth part of, and THIS, EVE J AN 29 a ""839, cent. which -will bepaid on and after the fitrst.of Feb-. PUBLIC 8ALES of new and Sd-hand House- .estati,,under the authority of the Orphana Court, as Th 3t .e*' a. ,
Is 7 in all that farm and tract of land (late the Wil be presented, the rid O r ruary next, to the Sekholders or their legal repre- hold Furniture,evety Tuesday and Friday morn. -..eltas'b.y orderOf.. xecu torsme oe rrit", Fh-es.ssoret
Will'.b'ein.Phid...,othervi....PP-.. ,Property, bank or other RioCk, can be oflevdon tno
* estate of John Crumback, Sr. deceased) in Moya- E h l sentatives, at the offices ofthe company m 0 o'cock. at the Store. sa ev. ag at. asm .ri Dry a1oo M
in t emrersof Phil nthr pic issph iaf, W l i g o rBaltim ore. -o'claock.r. Incwat i theSprStore.4 ac
Al menaing im township, Philadelphia county, cotmen Or, The Inq of Terracins. i3y order of the Board.HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Vny VA rx sale pie and rafldy illU1- mhl..rl
cing immediately in the rear of the Philanthropic Zerlin, Miss SHIREFF J. WILSON WALLAC, Sec'y. This morning,' of February at, will be a valuable farr t i oar'WiJ- They will b arr'ge( on 'te j. ta
Burial Ground, and of 12th street, as laid out arid Fra Diavolo, : Mr WILSON N, B--The Books of Traaefer will be closed from, At 10 o'clock, at the auction store, igtoiintd tlhe late residence p' WihieiT Way, ei1 a.- auction atorr, and may b ea ][iji
I1 intended to be opened-bounded on the, east by Giacomio, MrSEGUim 'the 20th of february to the lat of February. Will be Bqld, a large assortmerit of well made ed. 1' ". *arly on the rait'ng
Lt said 12lth street, on the dh by lands of Samuel Loenzo, .,H,.. .Mr IoOAsUE jan 10-dtFl household furniture, comprising, viz-Pier and C4ARD.-Apprajserent maybe orsaleoef.'eia f Inoluded in ur'ntf ........
It ~~b a "Ian# runnnirnatg ianto-s, '" rJ -. na or'esnal prop 'erty of every 'dcipt "'
t Baker, on the north in part by a lane running into Lord Acah n, La Allcarecess sideboarids with marbte slabs, pier and t o poerty o evI y descroptiotholl de inoubt c. i
.-the Pas'yunk Road, calldd& Crumrback's lane; lin ~t5D ~ ~E Executors ahd otfirsa-etiotseed. 1 ibYKd
S ythe Paynk Road, caltCrumbacks ane BOX W ood. centre tables with marble. tops, spring seat sofas Advances made in anticipation of sales, and for lte nMetd#qU._T' ndatldMk..' ,>
part by land late of Daniel Guirey, and in part by To conclude with the Farce of A few tonsBuperior Box Wood 'for isale low,in lots of the latest patternsspring.I iihogany rock-'dcnveniene of families who dispe f thei hou. per 6t4 p itIfl iEll
land of the Philadelphia Counti Prison, and West MY FRIEND THE GOVERNOR, to suit purchasers. Applyt ing chairs, ladies' iork tables, mahogany French 'hold goods at the auction store, the proceeds can be ney h'anetafl Mt dhy'tt1l '". tr
by other lands, running to and fronting on Broad Pequillo, Mr Burton ..AM. # o, and half Frenchtchairs, dining ,and card tables, obtained on the day ofsale., knaw and srbofg f',' l
street. The whole lot containing by estimation tnce, MissBunyie dcc27-d so'ut w'harves.' ottmans, seerdtaries and bookcases, ladies' ,. ifor Pr e Sal'. oliveflushingS-
a --' '" "" ..... ; 'v" I bl s nd w sacine rom eprast appmna or he -bou l~areonmorpodler.ry...dr..ssing. b... .rea..-s.wi ]assge fomboueo topsy dr~ng ureus ,it'Aar poci nt ...room iS _.. e ..... ssly. appt .ropranda-4 d tor the m
about (14 acres, more or less. Saig tonprir'e~andr'no' hremd fntslqls o ulnrqQ m
Ats SHIlREFCou, Mr.K WILSON4 Mr, SEGUIN ItsS I^^h.^^ rece 1^^ io of'iao Frts r ts?>l
r By .order of the Orphans Court, "is IRFF, Mr........... WL N Mt. -EQUI.Persons' wishing to age passage for, their glasses, plain scroll pattern and rMnud LLcorne!ed riont o Piano Forte or Hounfisld ', -alan don u
/ JULIA- ANN RENNELS, Exc'x. and Mr. ORsCASTLE, will appear to-morrow. .friends in firstrate ship, tjoail from London. bureaus, enclosed waehstandswitb marbletops, underadvance, whe tey. will ahjo te and 3-4 drab i.
S ." JAMES HANNA, Cterk O.C. A In tl i t I C A NS m U1 n Ml -e Oderry for' Philadelphia-r mahogany wardrobes, -ahogany andmaplehigJ monthbpublic ale., merinoes, aaloh"tton,'b'

Icturwon'ophJanillW Marehe1839at thotoSales so t 2d at
N. B,-The abevefarm is valuable and' highly ena.. .- One on the 1lh March. ,3 ,-post and Frenth .bedsteads, fancy cane and rush- C AR.Fu rure Sales atladed'o fertinally prints. "upE c k ale ltBe tli
cultivated, and is in a daily improving neighbl r- rr o hesnu t and ffth streets. do do 2thMarh,' seat chairs wIlndsor do do, mahogany top centre by the subscriber, at the, dwelling hos of ewnr haml, pl olred a aa.oU4 .MK
hood, and is worthy the attention of capitalists. ON MONDAY EVENING, J A. 28, '1839, do 'do 20th April, do 'tables, mahogany breakfast fables, feather 'beds, or at the store, and theprooee'ds promptly paid over, per Londsn elothlwd eMO.nltrl,, 3
0No.2. Benifit of Messrs. Coleman and Friend,, do do 1st May, do. hair and wool mattresses, straw phlin teran- Also, AdministratoS' les, epd appi .-
By order of J. Cories, Assignee of T Fisher. W7HEN they will have the honor of presenting a do do 10th May, do. tel and astral lamps, toilet setts, Boston rocking furnitureperona1 y end d ea"o Aso, a5 ases ri qulty, 4.4 t
M numbr of nw tONGN PU*I, &c.WhichE.yAr~sodo 5 b aspying ts-thequbscrber. irc ec. UR
All that equal undivided third part ofand i the V numberof new SONGS MUSIC,&o. which Mayodo so by aplying to the subscriber, chairs, et. ....teJust received f& private sale -severa' h.-dm.e handkre& ef. '
SlotoNos. 18,20,23, 25, 27, 28,29,32, 34, 64, 77 will be exprsed in bills of the day. .The ship ERIU aptaio Wilkinson, is expect PRESERVES AND, PICKLES. bureus sidebo sd, soa s aa h LONDON A LPA]OA i ] *';
78 8886, 87, 89, 90, 92, 93, 96, being 20 lots of ocert to co ence at quarter beore 8 oolck ed to be the first to leave Derrynlest rS g,' This morning, WiBmitaion d, sotees.o tc. Also, 2,f l de L m '. b
78, 86, FuAdmittance to the Concert and Museum-Front .< nROBERT .T i&At -li o'c"-ck, at the auction eore, dean e Port dFld ... g
200 acres each, in OrtburboroughPatent, Ham-, e .. I A ldckattheact eg Patent, Hamil-, sean,50 cents-F B:ack seats, 25 cents. Children under e eecatuxI lh lm ti b,
ton county, New York. ten years of age, half price. WL so, jars o fne p e pro. Tys ubiribi-, s beeBppoi,,,,
i No.3S. s PerssonswhovrtheMseumtr htheda Juvenle W etks serves, put up'expressly for family use, constipg posing ofthelPatent Beds adDdhasILl.G 4 .
No.3...Pesos. ho .i.th Mhsu tarugh the. .' .. e laays oranmen t of bo4, high and field post bedsteads.-. W b d .. ..
510 Acres of Land in Clearfield count, are admitted in te eveninrrg fre of charge. ROLORED A. B. C., Mother Goose's Quarto, Mo- of preserved pine apples, peaches, plumes, o r t- Th faciity wih hih te B esied p e Wla be dd. t the W'is i W
Also, theone-half of 510 acres of land in Clear- WProfilEs accurately taken at 12 and a halfcen ts per there Bunch's Mlod.es, Boy and Gi.o' Own ges,, crab apples, pickled tomatoes, onions,, Pic- down or put tip endeonthe: 4supner ior any .l." ei llelte*' W b
field county, 8 miles from Curvinwile, and twelve ..... _, jan 26-dtf Bok a ain .e .randmohth' sk t g le, etc. Every description fHosehold Furnitre rev and caw'4.l'ap tBa.8lMprv -I
1 miles from Clearfield, the county town. -Title Natural Curiosities! -' Rhmea Own Book Co. P lt'i edfor the limited prior of theowpr foPiva P WIUFL M .J..
clear-land good, and taxes paid to 1838. Now Ehibting at the Zoological Iltitte, Chestnut it Iec TURetc olISHeRalaWfnddvanesmden'. tm eStonfS. ...._t_... lt i .. ,,r >',.
Sg, Nd street, near inth street. deem- -dff 11 north 6th street AUCTION ST Amade heetofre and, warranted genuine.
LJ.ots. i. To s-i.' This collection of rare and Mdec 2d1 n 6 se 44MJfarket-street, Mdrth aide, aov 12tth TO CAPITALISTS. 160 PIBCE 8IPRRFIB OA "
One undivided moiety o hlf par of altthose SAVAGE ANIMALS conr. To COttOn Planters- *toe,- ,.plendid,8le of aluabl Brpd4 Street Prpimy, Willbeaddedloth packsj.?
One undivided moiety or half part of all those tains a greater number and UETAL. Cylinder COTrON i*lIN, COTTON CARD.-Furiture sales attended to personatly known As fhe"- CentralB, "ck; and Un-ited day, i fos iei s rUpff5!
three valuable lots or pieces of, ground,. iPenn variety, than any thing of the M PRESSES and Jaco Idler's lately patented bythe subscriber, at the dwelling hovsof own &Stae# ,Depot, n en Aee ndSch .kilt fatoI ..q f.
Township, in the county of Philadelphia, situated -i[i kind ever offered for public REPEATIrNG CLEANER, to separte ihe trash and er or at the astorqe and the proceeds promntyv paid 8th stree$ : f .ey a ..l r ..-l .' ....
on the south side of Mount Pleasantstreet, marked a isdtionin t ity. dirtfrot tHe ttonin 'IAlso administrators sles and, ,appraise The above va, ealie esLots (unles, disposed of at a'
in a certain plan of division of William Esher's, e- oos open from 9 A. M. to Also ,,HORSE s. o apv- -nvate le will M'v b sod to the highest '"b"' '. P1o
tate, No. 22, 23 an4_44, described together as fol- I Ic idden, from 9bA.rer t o A H S POVR o the ra ,softr approve Over e?,eaP
in a., cerai pl9uan of di.isi n hof William~t ..her. es-" 4 P. M., and from 6 till" 9 in 'runstruction and running gear.' 8 emnens can be-mnwts of furniture personally attended to..pi by [L 'u '" .... oIdro t vnr .te sut'at4e-i 'i'lm '
the evening. een at the' Machine Sbop in Willg Sirdet, first door HOUSEHOLD, FURNITUlI.i r rNe, nMny. $5.!p1#ie'tP
lows, viz:-Beginning in the south line of the said The Monkey and L'wi^elow 6th street, Philadelphia, where- orders IatJnheyOn WedneehildelhitEng
*XffthonWdef "O.descriptions see. daily Papers.et .'-rs-
'Munut jt l nt'~t retret, at the distance of two nun- Elephants, GiraffeCam:1eyr..above Machines will be attiended-- .. w "" ..... L' g, ,
MthfPhat, ,C e abov Machies wll .Sbe attend D. E.. 0...At 10 o'clock, at the auction e [ Other estae can be offered ono the maAe evening, mckate ti t te ePca
dred and seventy feet and three-quarters of an inch, pents, ,c., will be introduced jan 14--dtf WILIAM IDLE Will be sold,anassortment of household .
westward from the west corner of the said Mount in the Bircle, at I11 o'clock, A. U o and by furnishing deocritions at theauction
SPleasant street, nd extending alon the aid street 'M., 3 P. M., ad 8 in the o T I C E. kitchen furniuro, comprioing. high, field and low O ,ROCERY ,STOCK AN TU .. ND a -.,
55 .... inches," -,"c southward y--,t mark---evening. In the matter of the account of Charles V. Bage cost bedsteads; good feather beds; mattresses arid This morning '
n fet .saidplncs.25,thc eotrd yloard Thanimals will be Fn in presence of the au. Executor of the last will and testament of JOH ending; mahogany bureaus; 'sofas; dining and At 10 o' clock, in Pne street, corner ofQ Qxnc4 IE A1ID eE ne
in.the said pl N. ,0 ft to an a dience, at half-past 8 every, evening, until further no- TOWERS, decd. breakfast tables, loking glasses; carpets; andu- between Eleventh and Twelfth street' s, will be .. IS mr ... .
ing from Ester street to Warden st. twice. A good Band of Music will accompany the per- -TW OTICE is hereby given to all persons interested, rons; fancy and windsor chairs; domestic carpets; sold, the fixtures of a retail grocery, consisting of t 0ododz, a zMll '/mpI n .
in Wae N for.nc. ... i that the Auditor appointed by the Orphans washstands; chamber tables; crockery; glassware; counter, shelving, scales, weights, casks, aud Will'be 8od, 150 boxes pipes; 35 kqaui
Lands in Wayne Township. Miffin county, Penneyl- Strict order will be preserved, and nothing allow Court for' the county.of Philadelphia, to audit, settle rs c his ;uta ;Jt.ad
vania. ed that can offend the most delicate or sensitive, and adjust the above account will attend for that walters; chairs; tables and Kiichen utensils, etc. owner nxtures. .. -a i "an- D.'".' -'
Also, 9 tracts of land in Wayne township, described Every exertion will be used to make the exhibition purpose, at his office, No- 8J south Fourth street, in STOVES. Also, the stock on hand, viz: tea, coffee, pep- ; ... O .
as follows, viz: interesting and amuaing to all classes of the commu- ~~he city of Philadelphia' On 'uesday, the 29th day of Also, 2 stoves, at commencement Of sale. per, ,etc. with many other articles. 7# morning
No. 1I-A Tract of 400 acres, 48 perches, surveyed nity January, 1839, at 7 o'clock, P. M. CARD.-Furniture at Prvate Sale. LEASE AND WELL iIEPT FURNITURE At l o'clock, t the auction Kstre,
in the name of Charles Gobin. Admittance 25 cents. Children under 10 years of jan 16-dlo0t P. McCALL. Anditor. S. Poulterer is constantly receiving rom the manu- OF THE TONTINE HOUSE, CORNER OF Will be solt a general aiortmarn(ktrosIflM
No. 2-A Tract of 400 acres, 48 perches, surveyed age, 121 cents. jan 7-dtf facturers,an assortment of cabinet furniture, con'- SEVENT. H AN]) CARPENTER 81. consistig of '
in the name of John Weitzell. wp M-tT w BOOK Store, prising mahogany wardrobes, dressing glass bureaus, n...A -. f h mha.. i .
in~~~~~~~~~~~ th nmofJmsrad.AtA r ieya La P.H NICKLN &,T.- JOHNSON, centre and Oier tables, secretaries, Soias And- lounges, O hrdymrig
No. 3-.A Tract of 400 acres, 48 perches, surveyed P H 1OORHEA,. NICKLIN &"Jaua Ty" J1O8HN ON. een re, and ier ..tables, secretaries, soles and lounges. On Is m mn", '. .. w *i "o"^ ,led in the name of James Bready. I Attorney at 'La.IhW, g h- bac.k.roki .n,. chairs, dmng ndcardtables,row.January.31st,athalfpast 0.lock, a te gecolo3 tt o urdo.
No. 4--A Tract of 394 acres, ;103 perches, surveyed PITTSBURGH, PA. No. l4Min. street-up stairshigh.ba.. hogan and maple high post bedsteads, mahogany above estanr isment, the hease havmtg 4 yearsoto .the 40bags Stri c, ....ia' o' .
Ja 4dfhogany an4 maple high post bedsteads,,mahogany, above establishment, the lease having4yas o-1iiz.agt
in the name of John Beers. FFICE in Burke's Buildings, next door to the J. "'- cane and rush seat parlor chairs, feather beds and run, and fixtures, consisting of gas apparatus; 20, hests Bhesa tea; h do i'.
No..5-A Tract of 398 acres, 31 perches, surveyed 0 Merchants'and Manufaeturers' Bank. Licorice Paste. mattresses, superior ingrain carpets, venetian stair bar, shelving and liquor closets; grates and stovest '50 dos corn lroma i" '
in the name of Wm. Cook. REFERENCES: ,r CASES Licorice Paste, of a superior quality, and entry carpets, large gilt 1rame mantel and pier coal and gamehousein the yard; venia- screens; 0 kegs ginge, ", '* ;,. -
No. 6 -A Tract of 402 acres, 158 perches, surveyed Cummings, Reeves & Peterson,) ,, just received and fn sale by glasses, ete. emoracing a general assortment all ofl ,c,,,g the thoults; wine and oyster dvella and 4Q bags altri*-'. -' ; ..;S 'n ,
in the name of Daniel Haxley. Kennedy & Julian, > Philadelphia. B- .S. B nD O. which he will sell at private sale at reduced'prices, kt"h ............, '. .,. oe c .i.. ,..,
No. 7-A Tract of 400 acres, 163 perches,-surveyed Ann --tf .. 'Chtnttat-hisfurnitureroomsover the auction 'store, 5 r i, J l V!1"
'in the name of Christian Gettes. James W. Burbridge & Co. jan 1-" t .. .Ce.mut-t-i. sfrMarket street above 12th, north side .. mmedately after, will be sold by cat.logue,, 60, Cuba segas,.iil to dkUa -.
SNo. 7-A Tract of 400 acres, 48 perches, surveyed Logan & Kennedy Pittsburgh, Shot and Lead. l' the well kept furniture, conssting of handsome 300 half boxes risi 200 qr. do. d.,
in the name of John Hansell. J. IK. Moorehead, ) r HOT and Lead, constantly on hand and for sale, at ValuableF ar sideboard and sofa, range of mahogany dhiiig PRIME NEW ORLEAN U
No. 9-A Tract of 400 acres, 48 perches, surveyed dec22-ifd6m l the factory prices, by- NEAR WILMING TON', tables, centre, card and breakfast do, 4-perior This mo: ming, '
in the name of Ja.nes Smith. .A A T;OS. BOND & CO. Formerly the residence of John Way, decd, containing Brussels and other carpets and rugs,maBteL aitl At I o'clock atiae nutiln atm,:
No. 10-A Tract of 400 acres, 48 perches, surveyed A LCAKD. J an 18-dtf' 2 Chestnut st. 060 Acres offirst rate land. ', ier glasses several of'which are single pateand ...lw. .. e. a :a J ,
in theme of Daniel Leovy. o d--- pne Camden and Amboy Rail. r d .i On Friday evening, February 1, 1839, at 7 o'clock, large sized oil cloth, tble- .cpver;I iv a c'
No6. dailr100Roav Company coutnue to run U L ad uts. will besold at the Philadelphia Exchange, corrknives andfkd.i rsth
Valuable Building Lot, on Race street, between Ninth "Tr"V'Pwo Lines to New York, daily, Td (l[h BUSELS Grond.Nu. ofa superiorr ofThird and Walnut streets, (by order of the Ad- ll orp, painting an engravings, rus. C.nfectinary Stc1k aw d tui .
and Tenth streets, 20 feet front on Race street, by 144 (Sundays ex,cepted) via Camden, leaving Walnut St. quality, just received'aad for sale by ministratrix r great and other chairs, settees, an assortment of Oo Wednesday morain, '
feet deep to Richards street. Hfuse, foot of Walnut street, at 7 o'clock, A. M. and THOS. BQRW4'CO. 8C A valuable Farm, near Wilmington, (State rich cut decanters, tumblers, wines and celery AtlO o'clock at No 368 Marke t.,,- kta.
All that certain lot or piece of ground, situate on at 12 o'clock, noon. jan 17-dtf 27 Chestnuta t .UEof Delaware) fornimerly the residence of John glasses, Liverpool dinner and tea ware, blinds, door beldw 11th atres a oonfetAtl>i
the south side of Sassafras or Race street, at thedis- Passengers are requested not to pay the Porters or SKATES. ray W eceased, containing 60 acres of.well cultivated andirons, shovel and tongs, and all the chamber coIiiting of' irullas in &e Bh. bam A
tance-of 145 feet westward from the west side of 9th hands of the steamboats, for conveying their baggage GENEteR AL a.s.snt o..oent for.sal hi arable land. There are on the premises a large sub- furniture, onai.ting of Frech mahogany high plea.' -p ree" -o dW- b-B-- w .
street, in the city of Philadelihia, containing in across the Delaware. A charge for so doing a ex- A NERttAL assortment Skate. foroaf y tabtial Mansion, two stories high, two rooms stadotebte s l ade^rssn^g t e tep j.eerve; syrl of di fw.ntin t it'. IJ.
breadth east and west 20 feet, and extending in depth pressly forbidden. WM. J. WATSON. 6 o srt. 4 door aboveA'rh. And hall on the first floor, a frame kitchen adjoining; mahogany an bedteads, lales duretsn ans jelll nt ofifrnt ld ay
one hundred and forty-four feet to Richards street, jyan4-dtf A tn, Agent. j 60 north ,,L a large stone barn, coach house, prig h, a, with .y and bird eyemapl bureaus, superior tles; jar of;asborted siae.; an s laeti t-,Ta
which is 20 feet wide, and curved and paved. j dwelling over it; a two story frame tenants house;an feather beds, mattresses and bedding, desk nd dy.
It will be sold with an indisputable title, and clear ",New ieare-- u esnut .. LANDING, orchard containing a variety of good fruit trees. In secretary, mahogany wardrobe, with many other Also, the fittres consistin of iiasi.
ot all incumbrances.nual meeting of the Stockholders will beTriesteRags; 5 bales patent adhesive front of the mansion is a large piazza, from which is articles of well kept furniture. s tres a
oste o Vauab NoCme Po 3 b held At Hol4han's, Chesnut street, on Monday, 7d" AFelt,,for putting on ships' bottoms; 12 cases a fine view oftheChrstian a creek and the River De- Also, a q keptity of silver, c.n.isting .f Oab E, sfastoe -
Lo.nd.on-A Seti Copper, 16 a 24 oz. b -aae o ctoiig- d th srui t nlsosaeurt seoflver, onl rs wiaos,
Positive Sale of Valuable Cam-den PropeR-jo be,. February 41h. at 3 o clock, P. M. jan-2--dl0t "Sheathing Copper, 1 a 24 oz. For sale by aware tie ct ity of Wlmingtonn srroundg.,S n 0ad,.eetponsstore.,. ,.Y e
sold to the highest bidder. NEW CASTLE MANUFACTURING CO'Y. JOSEPH R. EVANS, country. sgarsT. &a.d hand
All that large lot of ground situate on the west rI..,.ti. of director jan 17-d6t No. 31 south wharves. Also for sale, 11 acres of marsh meadow, situated s 'ar-,- & nhand ,. ...
side of Front, and commencing at the south-west coro elections of Dirct os. on the Christiana creek, about one mile from the farm; NB.-Catalogues will be furnished eary on s r .
ner of Frontand Pine streets, extending on said Front ITOTICE is hereby given, that an annual meeting 'ortolse Shell* also, three acres ot marsh eadow, tuated a short the morning of the sale, when the house and '. ,
142 feet 6 inches, and in degth from the south line of the Stockholders of the New Castle Manu. l t CASES "West India," superior quality, just re- distance from the farm. The land of these meadows furniture can be examined. To aperson dispos- CARD.-.REAL 'ESTATL-,.FBBRDARV
150 feet 79 hundredths, and then narrowing on the fact r ing Company, will be ld at the company ceived and forsale low, at No. 18 north2d street, is of excellent quality, and will produce, two tons of ed to engage in thi above business, a more favo SALE. ,,
north in^ ^ rear~y of by. J. SIDNEY JONES ^, hay, an..w., acre.^ .*> ^. ^ ^^ ^
105 feet'6 inches. On this lot is erected a' large two day (being the 4th day) of Fenruary, 1839, at.lo'- dee )--dtf l .. or [iier particulars inquire of Win. Jones, A~t- rabse oortur t sedo offer es t, Toon Our'l~ Sfaleuelilb-1t Feb.- lwill haad a. llar]
story brick house, built in modern style, with marble clock. A. M., to; the purpose of eleming five Direc- torney l the widow, north 12th above Arch street, House. '.. a-un of'.aLu.ble propevt P-ar, tinla WK I
mantels, folding doors, with n brink kitchen adjoin- tori to serve daring the ensuing year, and attending CHANGE OF HOURS Philadel ia; of Washington Ricj, in Wilmington; of .Public Sale of gen in advertisements a handb!Ul a
ing. A piant can be seen at the store, to such other business as may be brought before the T N E WV Y ii It K Thomas Rtatcliffe, the tenant on the'farm; or of CARRIAGES AND HARNESS days, [.: *[
N. B.-The above property is situate on the road meeting. JAMES CO "PER, Jr. d e T. W. L. 'REEMAN, ,On Friday morning, "' MARKET TEBT PROPB JY. ,*
ledn rmCme oKih' on.Secretary amid Trees r. On and after Wednesday, the .W.LFEMA,. nFrdy onig
l. w.L. FREEMAN New Castle, Delaware,) 1 instant, the new Ra-Road jan 3-.dts Auctioneer. At 11 o'clock, at the ware rooms over the i. d t sat., wl be a vI a p
jan T.W. -. FRsAtMAN, Jan. 21, 1839. jan 23-wmtF4 fro Bth ^ I.ines to New York, will start itlarkel i~enls. Auction store, No 8 south Third street, will be perty 0i tee south slde of Market street, tw^e4
jan11--dts Auctioneer.M A rTrTC from theofiich cornerof3d do imow streets, dai- l sld, viz I Schuyllll 6th and 7th te. oppoite the new
lit Iql 't| Ca~tde NEWCASTLE MANUFAGTURING CO'Y. ly,.(Sunda~excorerpofe d a nd8 Wllowk street,dai- ] O[~~eeyiematnmtmycn '' i L
To ATre ton v M d NE.w Dividend, e e lock, P. M.EforaNew t York, via Philadelphia and I.-'q cern, that attendance wil g' h' 1 hd o me sg 'P "ua reAodidyw agon- othpe-e 'makea. P"e
A 2Ocrcl.. wHE Directors of the New CateManufacturing Tfenton, and Camden and Amboy Branch and Eat 5t day of Januairy, to he1st dyof February,1839, vailing fashion, with glasses in sides, iron axles, V.LUAB. SOWARiC PUOP'BRK'Y.
I l xl A Line will leave Walnut 1.Cnrrmnan- jfavehipd ~Castle .didnd of' Jersey Ra4.lReada, to Jd~~y_.City;-passing through inclfrevetoro 9 o'ocA. .t 'clock. P.t CM'. bassnts ano~ d'r ban~do, very wcomplete ari lesw.s .Iet esevers lofteate Moichal_7ietl-al
::: '--' rmr'daiy, unaysexcpte) a illbe ayaleut the Tr~ecs rr' O dic i h to nawic, Raiewtay, Plincettown, Kigtn, New Brui.--e- o. and fr ,om 3 -to ; p tM. o elach ay, M.at te it o at- .vanilt to orer 1" do do w.... woods axles* ... a'l* sq ..] Alo seea Io .... re i a ....se
o'clock, POnM the ony line Wt Trento n of New Castle, oi or aler the first day of February, turning, leaves New York at 8 o'clock, A. M., and Stalls ande Sttandyi therifa'en. Make-lae ww i. h agfoe,. vti thar d, By future ae a g. a s
clockP. M.'t-ieonly ine t Trenon bythis oute ill b payale at he Triisurr's .tice.an th townwickRairwysprazastiwit atinighrltrent mwheebrsOfironoraspingswith igh font-whels, ron ales, tc.vIrulareinefturendvprtsemensoan,
jan 9-dtf Agent. T at n Sda. t The present occupants will please to take notice, 1 second hand, York wwAgoh with leather fall- VALU4AB. FRONT STREET .WrTOR1.
The Transfer Book will be closed from this day un, On Sundays. the Unitess Mail Linewil str at that if they negleectt come forward and pay their ing top, nearly 'new, patent boxes, an excellent Also, the ffolrr slory brick slpre wiwth marble
C. K. SERVOSS' tn wthe first of February,83 Bya, ooka te.d,,theywillforfeitartii clea front,'Nou FsontsFreetwthin Jafew f'
WHOLESAL AND RETAIL w tCOUE r clck,. gbothleaving their right to their Stalls or Stands, and the same will 1 second hand gig, in good order, of Market street'. .' ,,
LOOKST GL JS Jan Secretary nd C y. INKLE, Agent. be let after that period to; the first applicant. 1 ew buggy wihironae, throughout drab Also. the early new store No. 11 neati. Freg
Complilentar Ilall JOHN DIEHL,' 1' new bug wit rst ..axle t
tnd Fancy Hardware Store, CH omplime ntary Bail- Passengers for Eastan, Newhope, &e. will take the nCommissionerr of Cty inewsua dtodnte d sc onen ^do Ert h stre and tt Wrotur tore M .0
No. 60 North Secotid street, four doors above Arch s E Complimentary Ball to be given' by the citi half-past 8 o'clock, line; Newtown, Doylestown, At- second hand nerdPropettp.dear o. F' rIRtGI Ld n rS
aid them in 183er.tie ofa OE HOUS E.wl b ln 3-aodtFl enag dp Jan. 1,. 1, 83N ..n....
aid them in the. erection of a HOSE HIOU&, wall be clock, and to Doylestown on Mondays, Wednesdays ye a HARNE8S.p ". On the28th February, wilU b sold a the tlbi
Philadel/ihia, Wilmington 1 Baltimore held on Tuesday Evening, Fehruary 19th, 1839. at the and Fridays, at halfrpast 8 o'clock, jan 17-dtf REIYJOVVAL. Also, 4 sets of bras mounted carriage harn s ladelp'hia E x
w- *.. r a w', Masonic Hall.Chesnut street. Price of tickets $2 50; :r KW Al 4 o bra rn h ess ldelPra E hange, 5 traclsofhnd li VitiM

I-AI-I to be had of either ot the undersigned Managers, or ontam b tr. Partiula i
to DERMONT, Merchant Tailor, respectfully in- of different patterns. ,
ilOn and after Wednesday, Ja- at Messrs. Griffith & Simon's Bookstore, No. 384 north Appy at forms his friends and the ublic in general, sets of barouche harness with brass and t tureadvertiet and habil forms his friends and the public in general, 3 sets of barouche harness with bras and uture-advertmnt d bl
~fonuaryl 16th,the wieA2dernoon rain street. A committee fionr the delivery of tickets,s Gorge C. Mis Carriage Repository, Library that he has removed from No. 18South 3d street, to SpI4NDID MA 'ION MW.
for -No. 4 STHTH SR T, e o l P ... ... ATBaltimore willbe'"panned
'rao cartorywing t suspended. will sit every evening until the 17th of February, at street, between 4th and 5th streets. jan 17-d No. 45 SOUTH EnIGTH STREET, five doors belowpanneumountings.
The Morning rain, carrying the United States the Norther Head Quarters, north-west corner of2d .hristmlnas And ,New k ear Chesnut where he is pared to execute all orders. 1 set osvermounte criage ess, er E A. peor w
'Mail, will leave the Depot, No. 280 Market street, and Green streets.enrsdtohsce. a grcivdhelet yew
Git.entrusted to his care. eyHaing received the latest ty new.I l.. .,.y ..,. ngto mm t,
(daily,) at 8 o'clock, and arrive in Baltimore at 2 o'- MANAGERS. Gilts. Spring Fashions from London and Paris, with a ge- 4 sets of buggy harness. our stories high, 48 feet front, with four rooms t
clock, P. M. two hours before the departure of the A GREAT variety of elegant Annuals and other neral assortment of goods suitable for the present and 3 do sulkey do. each bor,\finshed throughout id the beat ad
Cars for Washington City and the West. Col. James Pag, Gon. John D Goodawin, books, suited to the season, an extensive assort- ensuing season, which he will make to order twenty 2 do dearborn do elegant manner, and replete with eso modnita
A Train for Wilmington willleave the same de- Emanuel Street, Joseph Plankinton, ment of beautiful Toy Books, Icolored and plain, for per cent.'cheaper than the same quality can be pur-. 2 do second and harness. provement and converiien-- t -s'r-a-db a
pot, daily, except Sunday, at 3 o'clock, P. M. stopping Christian Reed, George T Wallace, children; Engraving ad other articles calculated for chased for in the city. All work warranted as re- e o seco d han narness. hou t
at Lazaretto, hester, Marcus Hook, Naaman's Creek ThomasWeaver, Philip Mcanus, holiday presents. For sale by C. NEAL, gardsfit and workmanship. ware Roamfor the recepion of Carrge and h the ctytablee
arid Quarrvville. Col John McCahen, George W South, Library and Dramatic Repository, P. S.-Southern and Western Gentlemen will find Harness. fot on another tret, w acco"inm
The cars are all of the first order, comfortably heat- Jamres Benners, Samuel Allison. dcc 25-dif No. 16 south 7th st. it much to their advantage to call before purchasing At private sale, and at reduced prices, in the our horses and our carriages. '
ed with stoves, and having retiring rooms for Ladies, George MWcke, Wmin rouds Connell, elsewhere., large ware room overhe Auction S
attended by female servants. & ndrew Wv McMakin, I homes Connell, Wht le lehr.. ,' large ware room over the Auction Store, a num- 0:3 _h ost'a Is ab going to ?eo'ope, a
attended by female servants Flanagen Samuel D Patterson W white Glue. W Don't forget No. 45 south 8th street. ber,of carriages of different descriptions, as well will sell the furniture with the house, r d -id
jan -dtf A.F. GLASS, Agent apt George White, John Shaw, Esq.l POUND superior WhiGlue, in bar- ap 12-dtf as a large assortment 9f superior single arid dou DELAWARE WHARF .PROPERTY.--AI
iNtrC- Edward Smith, James C Walters, LINN US R. GILLIAMS Druggist, CLOTHI NG. ble harbess, brass mounted an plain. York so, a valuable and exteis wharf property,
IHEundersigned have entered into Co-partner. Jmseph 0 Sawyer, Jacob R Kline, jan )9--tf No. 32 north 2d st. R AYMD LTId OTP~
T Hi under he firm of CBpRter 4' A Sawer, anob e, jan 19-dtf No.32Enorth2dst. READY-MADE CLOTHING, COATS.PANTS, wagons, buggys, sulkeys, or light vehicle of eve- fe~t font bv 600 feet in depth For perticulam:l
ship under the firm of "BURGIN 4-ALLEN," Wm Berll, Anthony Abel, y description, received either for private or pub- qtire at teAuction Store.
as Commission Merchants for the purchase, exchange Daniel Smith, Thomas Holloway,
as C ommissi on Merhants for the purchasents, Bondexchsange Daniel Smith, hom as Holloway, R e er, XTRA Superfine Black DressCoats,from $15 to:20 Jic sales, and advances made whenever required. Also, elegant private ,residences in Arch a
Mortgand sale at No. 79 Mulberry (Arch)street, be. Benjamin Carpenter, James Mcormack, n ENERAL Agent for MORISON'S VEGETA- Do do Frocks, 15 to 20 Public sales will be held at. the sore every Friday Chesnut streets. ', -
tween 2d and 3d streets. John C Gerrish, James T Brodie,. BLE TNIVRSAL MEDICINES, for the State Adelaide do Coats, 15to20 morning at 11 o'clock. Sales will also b9 hel Neat dwelling house i Pie street, & .
Also, as agents for the sale of Mulberry Trees, Silk Morton McMichael, Esq Adam Wartman, Jr. Vof Pennsylvania, &c., No. 34 south 7th street, three Golden Olive do do 16 to 0Occasionaly at the coachestablishmee
Thomas C Jones, John A ElkintonM!D doors below Market, Philadelphia, where the Medi Myrtle do do 15to 20 W n i
Worms Eggs, and Silk Machinery. F C B A n ned. Blue do t Fifth and Buttonwood streets.
GEORGE H. BURGIN, ThomasICT, C B Andress. Ecines canbe kbtained.PoAT PAT E S IN TO AUCTI0tR,
JAMES M. ALLEN. N. B.--Johnson's celebrated Band is engaged for, Removed from 45 sonth 8th st. mar 25-dtf Invisible Green do 15 to 20
Philadelphi, Jan 14th, 1839. jan 16-dm the occasion. C. READ, President. Another Case of Deafis Bronze Green do 5 to 20 A pair of large size bay horses, sound and kind one f rn, S ,,- ner
PiaepiJan. 14th, 1839. jan 16-dim Athee occasion.~a' Cued
Attest--JAMWS T. BRoDIE, Secretary. Copy of a letter from Dr. Janney, Florence, Ohio, to e PANTS., either in double or single harness. -' .'
icl. rAtte1t-JAMwt1iS the s Dr. Janney, Florencea New style of Pantaloons, from $5 to 9 Also, a fine black horse, good size, an excellent Saaes ofevbery de iptionaofihelude for
icklesa. jan21-tawtF17 A the Agent in Philadelphia. VESTS. dea, born horse. Likewise, a Canadian poney. The sons declining busine, will be attended to b .b
F IFTY cases, half gallon jars, assorted Pickle, TO ALL CREDITORSLEGATEES, AND OTHER 1 EAR SIR-There is in my neighborhood a gen- A first rate assortment of Vests, from $2 to 5 above horses will be sold'very low, if immediate s c on t
S dozen each; 50'eases quart jars, assorted Pick- PERSONS INTERESTED. tlem an who has been heavily afflicted with We have one of the best assortments of READY- application ismade. susceron iouerae r ,
les, 2 dozen each; of a superior quality, just received TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the follow. Deafness for23 years. He has been under almost in hiladel eam Engine at private sale from to horse aleof a d
and for sale by 'THOS. BOND and CO. N ing named persons did on the dates affixed t every Sunrgeen and Physician of eminence in the Uni A
a i named persons did on the dates affixed States. He has tried all the remedies which hae dhia, which will be sold at the above prices, or made power; a large and superior turning lathe, gular sales of Pawnbrowkers, unredeemed r
de 12-dtf 2 Chestnut t. their names, file the accounts of their administration tbeen advertised for he cure of Deafness for the last to order at the same. Persons who wish to buyplease A three story House o Let. ti
N0T In a to the estates of those persons deceased, ad Guar. eena without any good effect On seeing the call and examine the goods-(we charge nothing for To let, a three story brjck house in Coates' street Wednesday and Friday monings e g
S 0 T I C dians' and Trustees' accounts. &c. whose names are ft..e.e easpanneshowinthem)-atbetween 9th and 10th street. Rent vei moderate. 9 O'clock..
HE owners orconsignees of 14 casks CHEESE, undermentione., in the Office of the Register for ihe Gutta bils, prepared .y DrM. Taylor oT.Lo- tSHEPHERD'S, Merchant Tailor, Abply to T W L FR ere. 9 sle .
er Henry Lemuel, from New York, December Probate of Wills and granting Letters of Administra- don, whosItharon own by reputation, publish- I h t Aply to T W Lf A
10, are requested to call and take them away, other tion, in and for the city and county of Philadelphia, ed in the Saturday Evening Post, I got a friend to 24-ifdttNo 40 south 3d St. T avernistand with handsome Furniture, at Prate ware, Fancy.Articles,&i. are e evei
wise they will be sold to pay charges, c. and that the same will be presented to the Orphans forward, a bottle for him, which he is using and re- door above Ches ut. Sale. Aact Stre mmen at 7 olk.
an httesm ilb peetdt h rhn' T. W. L. F. will sell at private sale andoter a
JAMES HAND e CO, Court of the said city and county for confirmation and ceiving much Benefit from; and I am of opinion that I.vorable terms, the urnitre fixtures, together with Sales otHou-eho 'Urnm tre an t ld at ch
jan 3-dif 58J south wharves, allowance, on the THIRD FRI DAY IN FEBRUA- one or two bottles more will produce a radical cure.TT the lease which has 4 years to run, of a well known Auction Sore every Saturday morning at 0'
------- r ale or to Let, RY next, at ten o'clock in the morning, at the I believe ittobe avaluablemedicine, and you'will COFFIN-MAKER, establishment, situate in the most fashionable part of clock. 6 W.iSmr.
For ale or o 1, s e tCounty Court House in said city. confer a favor byforwarding a dozen by Mr. Cald- And General Furnishing Undertaker, the city and has a largerun of custom. This house II G A I
LARGE WAREHOUSE situated on the Canal well, who ilhandyou this letter. No. 72 North Fourth, fifth door above Cherry street, is el rnished, and has a er neat rec
Dec. 19.Main AnnLoveridguexecutix, etc.of"8theYours, &c. G. W. JANNEY, MD o 2NrhFutffth door aboveCherry street, is %ellhurnished, and his a very neat rlcoyu. IE'NUAC, N UT N
i Basin, in Hollidasburg Huntingdon county, Pa. Dc. 19. Mary Ann Loveridge, executrix, etc. of the Y r,. G. (WEST JD,) der it. n LIFE I R n
si suitable for a Forwarding House, having two slips, estate of JOSEPH LOVERIDGE, dec'd. 0:" Taylor's Gutta Vegetabilis is sold by Dr. WM. respectfully soli-
N, 33 south 4th street, near Chsnut. RATEFUL for former favors, respectfully sl-
and all other convenient apparatus for doing a large 19. James Twaddell, guardian, etc. of the estate N 33 south 4th street; n continuancedofthe patronagemilie Make Inruranee on Lives and receive Mei, :
Business in the Transportation ofgoods. It has been pf ELIZABETH OGLE, a minor, (now jait 19-dtf and the public in general, heretofore so liberally be- UST published-The Songs Duett Chru, i O
occupied for several years by Messrs. C. H. Tier's &pmajor)UTNO. DIITI4U T .TRE,
Socupied fort sever information applrs by Messrs. C. H. ieraadministrator durantes & major) SLEIGH BELLS. stowed in the business of his profession. Ie continues etc. etc. in the new Grand Opera ofAmilie, now
C. Co. For further information apply to 19. Anthony Campbell, administator durante r r to keep on and. or make to order, Coffins of all de- performing at the Chenut Street Theatre slp -dtf N.. tt.
C bea Allghen o absentia, etc. o to estate o SLassortment Seigh Bol, for sale scriptions and finish, and is prepared at all times to Also, lately published, the popular opera ofthLa ptical PptpAlarw-
dec 5-d2m Cumberland, Allegheny Co. CALLAHAN, dec'd. cheapby C. K. SERVOSS, furnish all the requisite appendages for funerals, to Sonnambula" .TURNEYl & FISHER, -,-.Wo efrte .s auet ,af.,
Maryland. 21. Elizabeth C. Campbell, administratrix, etc. 60 north 2d street, 4 doors above Arch st. gather with a good Hearse and Carriages for inter- jan 22-d6t Dramatic World, 11 north 6th st. 1nd .0dr e. ..l.. ecte
Delaware Cou..ly, s. of the estate of ABRAHAM A. CAMP- jan 17-dtf ment, to any of the burial grounds of the city, its vi- 1 teai Cacr
Delaware County, s. BELL, dec'd. cinity, r elsewhereat the shortest notice. Loan O e
The Commoniweialth of Pennsylvania to Edward B. 24. George M. Elkinton, guardian, etc. of the Illinois Lands- einit, or elsewhere, at the shortest notice.m Loan on ice PoT R3 cE s rET o a nmov Nrx'a.
Garrigues, Isaac B. Garrigues, and William Garri- estate of BENJAMIN R. TATEM, a mi- AD" ACRES adjoining Worcester, Illinois-a OF THE COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, simplyrice n;f and l pa i
fgues, nephews and heirs and representatives of nor. (now major.) ls first rate nronertv. for sale low for cash. at T .. gA I*,^ No. 106 NORTH FOURTH STRET, Chart vin a brie i




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Wepubli this muriag from the Harrisburg
/ Keyst eam, u.tineresting sketch of the receat scope
Win (Die Dauphin O46uitV, GWt of Common
PIea,. in ref.reneo to the absurd indictments for
treason,*got up y Rtrierismmt dirvet public attcnI
p L. i I '. )''*:
tion from it*w abortov poqqpjraey.. It w4l be seen
hththw 'rosect*iafe40 virtually alngdipned its
postiop by dmfiing u'postpsmmnt, when, un-
til the dayof trial, i, ttlked of nothing but don.
gonp i.4 gibbhta its. 1I bon of this nMst strik-
iag iu~tncai qp recpnl. of practical 1ato^ and it
exhibits a sinking iqporyquie .pp p oJthe fling
vaulting of PeHMet or the tetresat fom public life
of the renmoed Thalddeu, the fororken leader of
the Rump,. ',' '.'
"Pbg. ren*rku of George W. Barton, Ei., nade
ia.,psly to the qounsel for the, prosecution, which
atrl'e4,spor n4 j he extrtci sallmded to, are
wall .ntitlqdes w peormal. This euetlmaa stands
among the dts -of thevorntg Nen of oar country in
alth. requisites of an Oratoo,and though as yet in
th'onuisetds( hi t e 4feb'r'#, has gained fot hiimselft
a remtation of-Which -his`4riends ray -well bL.
prad."'EiiM those charged by the Ritrmer.
iced with treason, and in his ieipohso to the prose.
cutiok, he has'pplyqad the whol matter forcibly, .
and has demonstratedhoh. weaskoss of the charge I
against Nie stueloly, that the individuals who I
have mndeavored to implicate himn i' a fancied plot, 1
/ imotat be by this timq convinced that it would have
been better for theni to `have e'asd over Mr Barton
when making out their list of the prosmribed.
HAe pffibtpally silenced he batery of his oppo- C
meent, and after th'tis we may venture to predict that t
nothing meOwill, be;.hard f indiettnent fortrea-
fien,' *hie^ Ititlndeednti should really bedi a by
arraigning the tr4p uditurbers .of the pe 6of6 the l
commonwealth 'or tir nefariops attempt tb treat
elections as if they had not beet defeated. One
Wtng however, appears to b4 tolerably certain. The
S Ritner witnesses are by lio ninams anxious forleither
investigation, and their relietance tO6 come forward ,
-will be POii gratezr when 'they have )ead the ober.-
vationa of' Mr Barton. .o
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After a told spelt of unusual severity which a
loiaoe& both ivers, t ,warm i'un c6!muehied on
Fli uptW b~ueo nine aad ten. Aockt.whh tl
89"t in qrBaqed pt a violkqt tempest. f rain j
.pqrdow ad tomiuo U until about three o'clock, a
on mS lay fteraonj when the wind shiftw4 to *l
Sths tbt^te weather again becoming cold. p
Th- w6 rt"'sappirenhbsi6ns elitertaiied oh acoOnt *g
of ;l1*gtdden breeding up of thqi We and the ijn-
uiw I ity.'"f woter which fell in so short a.
time,'",e fully realized. The Schuylkill frost of al
the cirjqtery displayed a scene of *4eximpled Ie
devastation. ,
S Theb Schuylkill commenced rising about one o'-
Clobia at&y aft othi e Iood continuing to
swell until after midnight, when it was estimated to e'
beat I ast oi fetl br two tides a Ise ha ordinary 0
lhrel'.w a )u said to be two' fehigher than the ti
great rihet of February 2 1st, 18Z2. c%
Awpoo.ait :it 'othrenvyinjuries auss0diy this ''O
colaumty in. he detruatiUn of the' two bridgli ,at q
sga Yent. Thei od Floafing Bridge wasneta-. 1
ril'af~l daw Saturday :ifterdooa, and In the corse co
of tihk Dgt Um4 new.and eualy Rail Road Bridge !
at the saew place, forming an important link in ri
*eauamntion between this city and Baltimore, 90
feWi tlftbt M0ul t =d Tb. 8? IkU Ice and fle Our- T
rest, "'pT editdW:rm just completed, and It. loss
vFU bev je1yei by d? cordinuity at frgep no
therjCgpnwuwp/ Jot.patb. the western hote of "
the S1huylkill being mow left except she Bddge atg '
I mlbintewt;' .* A-
y **'V4-Aislo PalrtimndI yhertcluy &ioflfHng, Snd'
tranedthe pt*^ 4Stecw~nn*)a6ng the bank '
.'- iaW +++r s o vpqug- e
.*ms, oizpVtqjl i+jiury't wt even ati the timaeut t
saw'it(bawtdeme was en el stragewidnss,-and A
e might sat. "kabilfity, as lt w!lltn tutmiet P
wtd a htw& dasbid- th^s its poeM, bzarlng irs d
'tjqjqapbeeoiorcqltnd rafti of tiwbel op its hosoni. 9'

sfwpAuaje.qweoltfnl(, t.he.fr.shet baevgt coveYed the w
ubaeileMtpinfp;ead at one tine the espfapade e
'j h et-. Mutebe wbhl. house 'was a ot gender tl
w.a. "Ute daat d'i hte westem #ide'of the dayi n
"WC1Z~tWak 64erftAdW4and sdjius ijntoy ap- "
jqias. ty.,hie4 blen done to the loduc and the '"

h J QinI'4Ispastbtiapfakehouaus, offuhich there ,'
L, ea 'r flUyttb fe tieuruide/tlle daimnk o me.r- 3.
"W'W/aDIEW M Ii imciebE 'as the *htW rose to the o

'wv'PP$r o(~sunhe 4 tamtings, iadn
various minstances the lower roopms ae frozen up.
The Gal mwuo prepat 14 #Ppqsrance of ee ;
l.aef Me, the toopof the oa! ]eap, wich have
SBt ct,|.rtprojecting Setrr Wtervals,
MT pT eswol -a eundingroomifrmsny places
* ao amo fa belolat#be mimaiUns of the flood, as
4 tb1tbf -Bm~smn being paruiallf aut4 ol.

A swgu.ftpWS c a' af beWwn Race wi
~j,4ai~t'attva/ IBeuch' sreet, which con- th
*tPN1bWben AW #ir, -R M o. ptes(y c aed op pr
A w*mwwidt4. yine street up to Aph- th
t4 emt-.- distance of about eight hunred A6et w
< e .tn.- J. I, s", tb ea ac. ood.i- '
*!V& 069~twd reiachd thispels, *attolefr
a407lc built a! thickly Me- no,
I orq gsa in the course of an
niwoibg, utirs to the stond story of their to
louses, and#aeikudi Appr~bension was enh
2'MW~ikzs that aepr. nidniight boats. wee rowed hi
ab po.a*i 11 ,^ thfp;ta piac dr safty. *
T Tg :P;tiuuJ @Qksttreetinvery of
4'L: 4u.6f' 4ldsa are covered with ice, over- he
pqhtue,*nd>Oet^h^naof vety 4i
W*tbdas Gee Workf were 'iz caoagisienle 91
Z t d g r, nt t'mreftd wcth water, bitt
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"'D*W Sew~g 'feet under wsur,uad to
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prophecy, &c. This work is a very powerful pio- pc
nation, ;.and the author who has had' it long in g
papratiqn, has wvailed himself, in .addition to the d
her proofs which aie presented, of the geographi- ,
I evidences of the troth of the oscripue", afford- H
1 by the researches of modern travellers, including h
ose of our countryman Stephens, who elicited to
any impgrtaeMt fapc alculaed to advance the "i
aportant object which ii Keith has in view. The ml
ltmebhe beenat up ith ngrdat ,car,,andpre-
nt' a variety of miaps and engraved illustrations wI
elucidate the thme. It will be ftad highly in-
rvtidg oth id a religious and a historical point a

It may be b.4 .1 Mr; Perkin, bookseller, No. go
4 hesmtstmet. t et
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;twenty- nin toungres..
,.co "
S Thursday, Jan. 2U o
Several memorials wer, -prseated ind among he
asou e by Mr. IKpight, fro, Caleb William!, CoI
o hase two iron steamboats building in urope, x
ea o f4 ftwo5 the sothar of three, thouand ton4 4.
lying tiot the latw'ay b.4avre4o #to license uP
em in th*,country. Mr K. said this was some. m,
ihat against the Jiericain -stt%, which be be- m'
vpd was to do eve thing ourselves, and take "o
W othprs oqly such things as cld not be mar- oO
actureJ at home. H bTied these boats could 0
t be built here, at least not so well as in EBurope; 8L
ik e would move the referee of the memorial
the Committee on Commerce.- -.8
Mr Davis, ;of Mass; presented thecfedefttials of mc
... .. r r b" et
vouoagub, thil HonDaniel Webster, announcing bel
r Websteir's re-election for four years from t tthe
rthb ef March next. p0
Mr Benton introduced a bill proposing the repeal die
*te datyon -Slt. Before prenengnjthMe biD,
spoke at length in feaor of the repeat of the Salt eve
t!, War6d in for of the abolition of thie bbwunzs w'
ended to fiuheamon. Mr Benton said he should w'
w all his inqmaps fromthis time hedefoth .i
'ect the consummation of this measure. rs
Mr Wright tais pioalued a reply to Mr Rives' th
.i6Mpeb ton4enw.n 'At -that time be proposes em
briug lepw SeenrvyWoodbary's report upOH -
r sate of Ae Une State U a, k b"7du
fn mon*44If Mt1atbtr tra 4ha bi hll it omand the' 441


estpone the trial to the April term. or
Mr Banon said, that it began to be pretty e*i- fo
rmt that it was intended that this prosecution te
ouhld expire,-as it had been born, in a "flash"' 4b
e Wished the counsel to understand that he had ed
oken and was speaking to no "audience, "but the de
notable court. The gentleman had undertaken of
express his opinion of his'guilt,,and had passed ve
'on it.. He trusted in God, it Was not that kentle-
an but a conscientious and' impartial jury who th
are to determine the question; if his accusers, in- wa
ided that the question should.ever be deterauned, in-
hich he greatly doubted, co
Mr Fisher explained, that what he meant to say th
uthatif the jurybelived .the testimony which su
a commonwealf* hadthey would find Mr Barton lee
nlaty. frc
Mr Barton resumed. Then, if there be suci fro
tiwaonylthegreatoer shame that it is not -ew wl
iheoming. He repeated, that in the 'hand of sti
i accusers was placed the magic wand, by waving aw
uieb their witnesses-if they ihad any--tould be by
impelled to be forthcoming. Sheriffs and coqstat bu
is danced upon their bidding. As the Cenlturion sea
old, he had only-to say to his officer, "go,'anc ter
goeth;" and to his witness, "come, and he wi
seth"! The counsel baod rfreferd (o depositions tai
kqn before, Judge Blythe, and spoken of their au- '
osas being row absent. HIe was hereto answer thi
on the complaint of the late secretary of thei-camP in,
nweitth, and none other. Complaints had bee on"
dein reference to his speech in the court house lin
t" he believed that he had been bound 6ver oni -on
the secretary's aocusationm. Was it possible that act
st person was now keeping himself In the bact pie
ohndl Watsit he who Was playing, in the part 'of
an."artful dodger"' Mr. B. felt satisfied, he bre
id,that if there wre-witnesses upon- whose test. witl
mny his accusers would.dare to proceed with hima Th
fore a jury, they wuld at the present time be o0 to
Salert But it was evidently intended to pps- the
ae the case, that, in the course of time, itmight Th
wa natural death, -and not be s mothered by an car
lujttal. -'Ie had no idea that it was intended ma
er to call it up agaIn. Those gentlemen who-enc
re likely to be witness fpr the commonweeltl, not
id- recently.nany of them, bepn given leaVe t skill
mton -th e ares of public life fo-the delig4tfl to 11
nquilty ofretildment-imd itwas not probable tag
at three months hence- they would be. willing to -
urge from their sylvan graves aond appear at the phh
at of government. In. a few days more; a cental. ad
gal impetus would be set in 'notion which would ,y ,
ve them all to the distant circumference of the nt

a-City-having thus far progressed and succeed.
I in their efforts, nothing further remained to hin-
r the completion of their design but the finishing
the Newkirk VIADUCT across the Schuylkill ri-
ur.- '
This work it wae anticipated could be finished by
e first of lst May, and every prudential exertion
as made for, its'early coplption, but the manner
Which the foundations of the draw piers were
nstructed,"andthe uneven surface of the bed of
e river orderedd it necessary that the piers and
pirstr'etl4 honld not be hastily eisctefl t4ereo,
it the pier should diverge by sinkingjtooriapidly
mm their vertical position. The Eastern, drgw pier
>mm this cause has a deflexion of a few inches,
which, though it does net endanger the strength or
ability of the Bridge, nevertheless presents an
rkward appearance whichcan only be remedied
; being taken down to low-water mark and re
ilt; this Is intended to be done, as soon as the
assn will permit, as it can be effected,.without in-
fering with the travel at a moderate cost, and
th safety a'nud certtity tie' pier having now ob-
ined as we elievoe, a solid found adkir.
Though, the Directors havp in the prosecution of
is work, met; with unexprjted.- emb.rrassments
d delay, they are still enabled to congratulate you
Itbe fulfilment of their design of completing their
oe of railway.' About the first 0L last November,
e section of the dtiaw was finished and extended
ros the spat, anid the eptiroe track of railway ecm-
fled from Philadelphia to Baltimore. Thb; Iraw
this Viaduct, notwithstanding the extraordinary
adth of the "pn, (being 67 feet,) can be opened
th facility by two meh In less than two minutes.
te structure will present little, if any obstruction
the navigation 'of the river, and certainly 'less
an the floating, bridge ,it is intended to displace.
e materisas used in the construction have been
fully selected and are of the best quality-the
chinpery of the most simple and effectual kind;
I wbqi entirely finished, this structure 4ill be
only a-substantial-moniument of the taste and
II of ftie engineers and Architects, but a benefit'
he river navigation, and an improvement adian.
eous t-'.the company and the public. -
As soon a. the cars could pass over the bid.g,
Omnibaqaystew yith its onsiequent annoyances
SexpeeaO.ewps leted"iately dipeinsed with lgrtt.
o tha atiesftiop and c6mfort of the taivelRig
ilic. and the rnesasnaeras wanvveA ton the centre

al'at ones like es flenorifous wve, roaring and
b41rnt as It rushed apparently abeut tean feet high
ow DSrairmQunt bam, the w*hirlpo6lbelowI shooting
-'immense pieces of timber high inth the air, as if an
army of giants ,ere amusing themselvesw with
javelins. -" / '. /.

We are informed that, on the line of the Balti-
more railroad, no bridges have been destroyed south
of the Schuylkill. It is reported that at Amboy a
large part of the Arilroad causeway has been swept
lveay,and that the capacious depot of the company
has been blown.down. Pawling's Mill, at Norris-
town,'iq said to he destroyed, but the rumor men-
tioned above about Flat Rock Dam is probably er-
roneous. -.

SThe question under ,the amended constitution, as
to the power of appointing'to the Uounty offices by
the present Executive to the exclusion of the offi-
cers recently appointed by Governor Ritner, will
be argued in the Supreme Court' on Wednesday
next in the case of the Recorder of Deeds for this
city and c dunty. '

The Easton Democrat has the following notice of
the first difficulty between Ritner's mischief making
appointments and the true officers commiissioned by
Governor, Porter.,- The posthumous functionaries,
it seems, were promptly laid aside, and the proper
officers entered upon their duties:
Court commented on Monday last, and there
was quite ajam at the opening, as well to see the
new Judge (Mr 8. Yohe) inducted, as to witness
the squabble between the two sets of officers-
those re-appointed by Joseph Ritner under the f
New Constitution, a 4d those, appointed by Gover- -
nor Pprter. 4
In the matter of the offices, the- business was
very summarily disposed -of by Judge Banks, who 1
decided that the Demodcrats should enter upon their
Offices as soon as their bonds were approved by the
Governor, which will be in a few days, and that
the Federqal denizens of the County-house should
msey oft;"pot, kettle and pan." It really seems tq
.s the supreme of the ridiculous for Ritner's officers
Sendeavoi to hang on to the public teat, after their
master. has been discharged by the people. They
eem to ihink, and indeed bragged of it too.thatt
hey cuJd R old On indesjilte of the popular will-
ut they' have 6 fuo4 'put to their sorrow that they
ave,.barketui the wrong salihg! Judge Banks, i
however,.took a correct vie* of the subject, and
dismissed' the application of the pap-stckers, nolensb
'& lens '
Jpdge Burnsid; 1has given ,an opinion in theb
courtt of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county, t
hat Governor Porter has tHie. power, under the8
mended- eonstitutionp to remove the officers ap-t
pointed by Govertor Ritner, and supersede them by c
pew appointments aid commissions, and Judge n
3Jythe hsspexpressed the same opinion: ]
Sambody signing himself Henry G,. Conwald, e
f Clinton, Jones county, Ga., has written a furious a
letter to the editor, of the Delaware Gazette, promrni-
ingtoo to WAmiome t wiigton and extirminate him h
r speaking-in proper termsa of the assassination
ttWr to John Quincy Adams, written by one B. S. h
'onwald. .The Gorgia Conwald says that he is V
bother of the Alabama Conwald, and talks in the u
irclee iein. The two together will eat their way n
'roegu wolq battalions, as soon as they have p
led their teeth, being in such devouring passion h
i has hot beeh known -on earth since the days of, to
ie one-eyed Polyphemus. It is presumed that the n
rice of Bowie knives, with appropriate forks, will '
Gon, rise.;,
*. '- ,; ;. .' 1
FxzN.-.The alarm of fire on Saturday morning
zout 5 o'clock, was caused by the- burning of a ft
rge cotton Factory on the i-Schuylkill, above Cal- so
owhill street. al
i : '" l c
Mr Wxnsox, the v4calidt, takes his benefit this re
reing at t e .Chestnut Street Theatre. This eI
nldeman has become deservedly popular as one of
re best tenor singers ever heard in this city, and h.
intinues steadily to advanco-m the good opinion ci
" our mtssical armteurs, as they become better ac- aj
zfinted with his abilities.- 'The opera of La Son- to
unbula is to be repeated on the occasion, and a at
mncert will follow in which Miss ShirefE Mr Wit. s
a, Mr Seguin and Mr Hor-ncastle will sing, a vy- sr
sty of favorite songs, the attractions being alte- ci
other such as should secure a crowded house, os
hey who attend cannat fai .zto a~gmtifiejL.. P'

It is said that Lordc Brougham is expected to vi. P1
t the United Stateq the ,xet. summerx-also Ser- h
ant Talfourd, the author of Ion. tt
,'* ',--', -* U-
Dens6-'stevdan, of the Traith of Christianity.- T
he MessrsHarpers of New- Ygrl have just pub- ra
,hed,in one volume i k wok titled A' Demniotra- t
)n of the Troth oat Ibi ChriStian Religion," by T
lekxndmv Keith, D.D. author of the Evidendes of n

"----------' --Pom het jyuston'e. .
-1A09CS0 ,OUT., .
As has been pretty generally anticipated and pre-
diited, the late conspirators against the people,
Messrs Burrowes, Stevens, Ph'nrose & Co., have
made a movc to sneak out of '-the prosecutions for
the variety of offences describe ble and indescriba-
ble, which they bad caused to be instituted against
a number of persons alleged by them to have been
connected withnthte late terrible rebellion."
The Dauphin county court of quarter sessions is
now holding its January term; and, on Tuesday
afternoon, Ovid F Johnson, Esq, Attorney General
of the commonwealth, rose and stated to the court
that he had'been informed by J Adams Fisher, Esq.
one of the counsel retained to prosecute the indi-
viduals implicated in the alleged December riot,
that the commopweas4th would bo unprepared to
proceed with the cases at the pieaent term-that
they intended to send up bills of indictment to the
grand inquest on the following da4y, but to postpone
their trial,, if found,'to the April sessions. H-e ad-
ded, that he made the annunciation at this time be-
cause the gentlemen under cognizar'ce were under-
stood to be present, and might desire, as the cases
were to be postponed, to make early arrangement
to return to their homes. If they fe lt any such de-
sire they might speak for themselves.
George W Barton, Esq. rose and$ stated that he
was one of the defendants now undpr renoguizance
-that this annunciation on the part of the corn-
wealth struck him in a very singular point of view,
and expressed his hope that the gentleman who ap-
peared for the purpose of conducting the prosecu-
tions would have no objection to. favor him with
the expression of some reason for this, their, (to
him) most unexpected course,,
Mr Fisher said, that it was well known that the
commonwealth had a right to continue: a prosecu-
tion for one term, at the discretion of the counsel
for prosecutions,' and that this right thej' intended
to avail themselves of, upotn the present. occasion ;
that some persons whose testimony wa; wanted,
had either not been bound-over, or, if bound over,
that their recognizance had not been returned.
Mr Barton replied, that he was familiar with the
right of the commonwealth to continue a case at
the first term without being compelled to assign a
reason therefore, and did not now mean to call that
right into question; but that under- the circumstan-
ces of this case, its excerciis4,he considered,savored
strongly of oppression,and ought not to bie resorted
to without good and substantial grounds. That if,
he counsel who appeared for the complainants, had a
such grourids, he could conceive of no reason why
they should hesitate to give them utterance, and i
leale the court to judge of their- sufficiency. He i
spoke for himself only, he said, and not now in 1
behalf of others who were implicated. Why ,should e
the counsel for his accuser seek to postpone to a dis- t
tant day,the determination of the complaint against
.im ? That they were not prepared to proceed with 4
he case, u as, to him, a most extraordinary admis-
sion. They were invested with all the powers of
he commonwealth : they had the process of the I
court at their command; scores of willing officers to t
obey their behest, and an abundance of willing wit- a
nesses, he doubted not to hasten at their summons, c
He looked upon their declaration of unpreparedness z
as a moat humiliating confession. This Was no i
common case. He was accused of having been an
active participant in a riot alledged to have occurred t
n the senate chamber, in the presence of hundreds ti
nd now when the day and hour had arrived, when
ie was here to meet and confront his accusors,they o
vere technically speaking, non eat invests. In tl
his case, every rule of law and justice had been re- o
'ersed. Every man was to be presumed innocent b
until proved to be guilty-was thejust and humane sI
naxim of the raw, but he had not enjoyed the bene- 7
t of that rule. For week after week, newspapers rc
published under the very eye of the late executive 4
[ad trumpetted his guilt to the world-"had anticipa. o
id the verdict of a jury-had weekly sqeut forth bhis tt
iame coupled with every epithet of opprobrium.- at
'he tale had been sounded on every mountain top ce
nd in every valley in Pennsylvania, and now,wher, as
iome six or seven weeks had elapsed, and he came eo
prepared, he hoped and felt confident, to clear his la
kirts and wash his hands of the accusation pre- re
>rred against him, he was to learn from the count. Pr
iel who appeared for this great commonwealth- nim
ble, ingenious, energetic and industrious-ceunsel _P
oaded with powerful reasons, that they were not B
ready, It was, indeed,passing strange When he oi
entered the court house and beheld the array of fil
earned gentleman who were to prosecute, but that ti
a felt armed in panoply of conscious innocence, ra
is heart would have quailed at the prospegf being PI
impelled to stand up, single-handed an- alone, P<
against such a professional array. He had expected cr
be greeted with the. bugle blast of defiance; in- st
ead, the harsh dissonance grated upon his oars of a bh
seeking tap of the drum announcing the signal of d<
treat, lie trusted that the gentleman on the other E
de might find it convenient to proceed with his G
sse; that if innocent, he might enjoy the benefit st
fan acquittal, and if guilty, be visited with the cc
enmlties of offended and insulted laws., te
wM i x ,.hct Abd, thla 1e would make a t..' re 3t
y. lHe believed that the gentleman had intended i"
sflqsh for the audience. That the common- C
ealth, as he expected, would not proceed,, because 'C
ley were not ready. He believed the gentleman c'
'be guilty of the -charge preferred a4inast him.- w
hose who boasted of their innocence were gene-
II.y guilty. Witnesses might bef had upon whose at
stimony a true bill wpuld be, found, and a traverse Sw
suld convict. But these Witnesqed were no; here. di
heir depositions had been taken, hut they 'were ni
t now ;resent, and it was therefore necessary, to st-

,. January 26.V

J n pursuance of ithe Acts of Incorporation, t
Board of Directors of tie Philadelphia,Wilmingt
and Baltimore Roil Road Company, respectful
submit the following as their' annual Report endi
he 31st of December,'-1838,it being the first A
nual Report since the unimn.,
At'the comrimencemnient of the past year, you
aware that the present. Corporation consisted
three distinct Companies, viz.-The Philaddlph
Wilmington and Baltimore Rail Rdad Company
the State of Pennsylvania; The Wilmington a
Susquehanna Rail' Road Company of the State
Dalaware, anid The Baltimore and Port Depos
Rail Road Company of the S~ate of Maryland~ea
incorporated by the Legislature of their respect
States; that these companies having at that tia
nearly completed theiy labors,and constructed a cco
tinuous line of railway fwom the City of Philad
phia to the City of Baltimore, and satisfactori
tested its usefulness for the purposes designed,it bI
came evident to those'to whom the direction of t
different companies was confided, that the perm
nent'and indivisible combination of the three cot
panies as one corporation, would prevent the da
ger and discord of jarring interests, and section
prejudices, and secure the harmony of action
their united efforts for the accommodation of tl
public, so indispensable to their mutual utility, e:
istence and advantage.
At the last annual meeting of the Stockholde
of the companies, the respective Boards of Dire
tors having obtained the requisite legislative enac
ments, submitted and recommended the 'subject
the consideration of their Stockholders; who en
powered each of their several Boards to choose
from among themselves, three Comminissionerst
meet together, and form an union of the three con
panies, so as to merge the same into one Corpor
ion, upon such terms and conditions, and und'
such corporate name as to them should seem fl
On the 5th of February, 1838, the Commissione
appointed, consisting of Matthew Newkirk, Thon
as Smith and John Hemphill, in behalf of the Phi
adelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Rail Roa
Company; Jamies Price, John Hemphill and Jami
A Bayard in behalf of the Wilmington and Su
quehanna 'Rail Road Company; and Lewis Brant
Matthew Newkirk and Charles F Mayer, from thi
Baltimore and Port Deposite Rail Road Company
convened and unanimously agreed on certain art
;les of Union, which were subsequently approve
and adopted by the different Boards of Directors.
On the fourteenth of Febrtlary, 1838, at a specie
meeting of the Stockholders of the three company
nlies, the articles of union as adopted by the sever
boards of Directors, were submitted to their consid
ration, and unanimously ratified and adopted, an
the companies united, merged and organized pursi
nt to their Charters as one Corporation, under th
Corporate name of the Philadelphia, Wilmington
and Baltimore Rail Road Company.
Since that time, the expenses of the Corporatio
have been diminishep, the revenue increased, an
he advantages, in energy, promptness and unity o
action which had been anticipated from such
combination, have been thus far satisfactorily real
ed, and every assurance afforded of continued and
increasing prosperity. ,
The Directors at the commencement of their du
ies after the union, directed their immediate attend
ion to the entire completion of one track of the rail
ray. From Baltimore as far as the Western shor
f the Schuylkill riven, and within three miles c
tie city of Philadelphia, the road had been previ
usly finished and opened for travel, the passenger
being conveyed over the intervening unfinishe
pace to and from Philadelphia by Omnibusses
?he ease certainty and speed of transit bj the rai
rsd when so strikingly contrasted with the delay
ndjincrinvenriene of transportation in Omnibusse
ver the short distance of the three miles, rendered
hat portion of the route irksome to travellers and
n item of serious expense to the company; and ne
essarily required as early a completion of the road
s the importance of the works would permit; ti
fect this purpose, as also to avoid the weight o
and damages which the increasing value of the land
,ndered more onerous as the line of the road ap
reached the City of Philadelphia, application was
ade to the Legislature of Pennsylvania to opera
'rime street in the County of Philadelphia, from
-road street to the Gray's Ferry road, of the width
fone hundred feet, (thereby increasing its width
fty feet more than as before laid out,) and to au.
horize this company to lay one or more tracks of
i) way along its centre to Broad street. These
privileges were obtained on condition the company
sid one third-of the damages arising from the in-
'eased width? arid at their own expense graded the
Feet of the desired breadth.-The conditions have
ten complied With,the street opened, the road gra
ed, and a double track of railway laid from the
astern shore of the Schuylkill raver along the
-ray's ferry road to Prime street, and along Prime
reet to Broad street. 4t this point the1 railway
mnnects with the Southwark railroad, which ex-
nds along Broad street to Cedar street, where it
ins the 'city rail road. which continues and termi.
ates the line in the city of Philadelphuia.- With the
ity Corporation and the Southwark Rail Road
aoipany, lhe necessary contracts have been con-
uded for the use, of suqh portions of their rail-
ays are required for the bdsines4 of the company,
[Tie directorss having determined on the convey.
ice of the cars -roin the Western shore of the
chuylkill rivq b5 horse .poweiw, that the new Via-
ict might tot be endangered by fire, or the reve-
3e from its tolls decreased by the passing of the
arm eiginies, have erected comm odious buildings
the Western side of the Schuylkill as a station
r the motive power, and purchased the required
amw for the transportation of the cars thence to

L- its profits another dividend of three and1 a half F
i. cent, on each share of capital stock, which v
Sbe payable on the$first of next February.
the During the past year, 146,410 persons have avi
tn ed themselves of th'e facilities of the railroad in I
Il veiling; a great portion of who have been bool
ng at the company's offices for passage over the wh
Ln- length of the line. The total amount of recei
from passengers alnie, for the last twelve mont
are amounts to $296,796 74, as' will appear by,;
of statement hereto annexed; showing, the Direct
ia. believe, that the conviction is now general, that t
of veiling by railroad is the safest, most expedition
nd and convenient mode of public conveyance, whi
of. has yet been presented to the community. Th
ite accidents, it is true, have occurred to workmen e
ch played by the company, occasioned by neglect
ive carelessness; but the Directors have the satisfacti
me to state, that not a single casualty has happened
in- any passenger since the road has been in operatic
el- To afford every facility and accommodation to 1
ily tiavefling community, a night line from Baltimc
be- to Philadelphia has been regularly, maintained
he the last six months; and cars of a new construct,
>a-by which the setts used in day travel may at nig
n. be converted into two or three tiers of comfortal
n- sleeping berths, are employed in that business. i
eal additional splendid car of this description, is nc
in being finished for the company, and will shortly
he placed on the road.
-. The revenue for the transportation of mercha
dize within the year, amounts to $41,204 46.'
ars You have heretofore been apprised thatthe P<
ic- Office Department has availed itself of the facility
ct. furnished by the railroad, for the transportation
to the mails.
n- During the last year, the mails have been dai
se conveyed over the road between Baltimore ai
to Philadelphia, under a contract executed in Ja
n. 1838, by'which the company receives $27,500 p
a- annum. So satisfactory has been the arrangeme
er to the Post Master General, and ,so well have t]:
it. stipulations of the contract been performed by tlI
rs company, that proposals have been received fro
n. the Department for the conveyance of a secoi
il. daily mail.
td The sum offered by the Department for th
es service, however, has been deemed by the Dire(
.s- tors wholly inadequate, as a compensation for-t1
z, disarrangement of their present system of trav
1e and attendant risk and expense, and insufficient
, therefore, to warrant an acceptance of the proposal
j. with a due regard to the interests of the Stockho
)d ders.
The t16tal receipts of the Company for the las
il' year, amounted to $371,914 94, Nor do the 1)
n- rectors consider this a fair estimate ofwhat will.l
al the annual revenue of the Company, as it increase
d- in favor, and the difficulties incident to a new ul
d dertaking have been encountered, and overcome
u- Railroads may be considered, as yet, in their infal
e cy, experience will suggest and effect other improve
n, ments, and, as succeeding years develop the resou
ces of the country and enterprise of its citizens,the
n will increase in number, favor and usefulness.-
d Hitherto, during the winter, the internal comment
of of the country has been impeded with the suspend
a sion of the navigation of our rivers and canals. TI
i- past autumn has evidenced by the failure of th
d waters of the Ohio river, the disadvantages which
may result to commerce from reliance solely on a:
i. natural channels of communication, These embal
I- rassments will not be hazarded and endured, who
j- avenues for transportation, with speed mnd certain
e ty, untired by distance, and untrammelled by th
,f change of seasons can be designed and completed
i- such channels for business must and will eventually
rs supercede those which may be obstructed by th
d heat of summer or cold of winter. .
S. The activity and energy of our citizens require
il certain and speedy intercommunication, nor is th
y time far distant when this country will be intersect
ed in every direction with railroads, all of which
d must join with that chaih of railroads which con
d nects the Atlantic cities, and of which that w
. have finished forms a principal link, and each ex
d tension, as completed, will increase the profit an(
, usefulness of our operations.
f The Directors do not wish, by glowing anticipa
d tions of the future prosperity of this road, to excite
. a spirit ofspeculation, or to awaken undue expec
a stations on the part of the Stockholders. But i
5 comes fairly within the scope of this report, to refe
i briefly to the circumstances which, in their judge
m ent, show that the expectations in which this un
I dertaking originated, will be fully realized, and the
. expenditures incurred by the Stockholders, amply
f remunerated. The handsome revenue of $371,
S914 94 received in the first entire year of its ope
' ration,is of itself a circumstance sufficiently encour.
. aging to warrant the n'ost favorable auguries. I
S proves, beyond question, that the character of thiu
road, as a great and indispensable national tho
- roughfare, is already firmly established in the favor
and confidence of the public. It is not unreasona
ble to suppose that the success which has attendee
its outset, will increase with time and keep paci

,with the increasing business and population ofatt
country. As the facilities of intercourse and trave
are multiplying every where around us, it is contra
' ry to all experience to suppose that the amount o
travel and- trideJ lit not graatl, _-a-spa-..aa-
The construction of this road itself has create
one of the most important facilities of intercourse
exiting in the country; as it completes the greal
line Ofcommunication between the Capital of thi
- Union and the commercial cities and dense popula-
lion of the East, a communication so exceedingly
defective before the estalihbment of this road as tc
" render a journey to Washington, in the winter
season during the session of Congrese, an under.
taking always unpleasant and expensive, and fre
quently attended with great delay and considerable

23 shares United States Bank
1425 she Del & Hud Canal 83
150 do Morris Canal /
450,Qdo Vicksburg Bank
100'do Ohio Life & Trust Co
200 do Kentucky Bank,
15 do NO Canal Bank
635 do Mohawk R H 69j
262 do Patterson R R 70
650 do Harlem Rail Road 58
10 do N J Rail Road & T Co
218 do Stonington Rail Road 261
50 do Boston & Worcester R R 105j
100 do Utica R R


On the 24th inst. by the Rev S W Fuller, Mr AMOS

On Thursday morning,January 24', FRANCEs,daugh-
ter of C Lownes Ash, aged 23 months.,
In Saint Louis, on the 10th inst. aged 22 years,Mrs
SUSAN H VAN DOREN. wife of the Rev L H Van Do-
ren, President of the Columbia College, Mo., after a
sickness of two months, contacted in crossing the
mountains from Philadelphia.
On the 7th inst. on board the packet ship Albany,
on her passage from tlavre to New York, JAS SMITH,
seaman, of this city. '
On the 18th inst, at Columbus, Ohio, Mr EPHRAIM
EVANS, in the 91st year of his age. a native of Phila-
delphia, Pinnsylvania, where he resided during the
Revolution, and took part in the struggle for inde-
pendence. A few years after the close of the war,
he removed to Alexandria, District of Columbia; in
1828, removed to Wheeling, Virginia, and for the last
18 months was a resident of Columbus.

Phliiadelpliia Board of 't'r.aa.
Monthly Commi;ttee.

Letter Bags,
At the Philadelphta Exchange.
Ship Monongahela, H. F. Miercken,
-Liverpool, Dec. 25
Ship Osage, Peret, Canton, to-mo6trow
Ship Chandler Price, Dubs, Liverpool, Jan 24
Ship Wm Brown, McDowell, Liverpool, Jan 24
Ship Italy, Miller, New Orleans, soop
Baique Duc d'Orleans, -- New Orleans, soon
Barque Coosa, Moore, Mobile soon
Barqne Amelia, Remington, Havana, soon
Brig Baron. Lockhart, Antigua and St Thomas, soon
Brig Otis, Sage. Havana, soon
Brig Swan, Harding, Now Orleans, soon
Schr Pennsylvania, Wo6d, Mobile, soon
flAll Letters intended to be forwarded by the Li-
verpool Packets, and other vessels advertised in the
above list, must be left at the Foreign Letter Office
tup stairs, Philadelphio Exchange, and not dropped in
the Office heloul. ,

Port of Philada.-Jan. 28.
Ship Chandler Price, Dubbs, Liverpool, Grant &
Brig Granite, Coffin, Boston, Palmer & Hale.
Schr Patriot, Wilber, Charleston, A Patton.
Ship Renown, Snow, at N Orleans, 15th inst from
N York. f
Ship Colossus, Wylie, cleared at Mobile, 17th inst.
for Liveipool.
Ship Alleghany, Michaels, went to sea fm Charles-
ton, 20th insi. for Philad.
Barque Cossack, Freeman, was towed to sea by
the Grampus, which returned to New Orleans, 15th
B irque Corinthian, frtm Rio Janeiro for New
York-so reported-was spoken 16th inst. lat 30, long
74. ,
Brig New Hanover,Carty,was up at Savannah,19th
inst. for Apalachicola, next day.
SBrig Cuba,Shankland, sailed fm Barbadoes,15th ult.
for Trinidad de Cuba. '
Brig Gem,Eldridge,hence for Boston,at Edgartown,
20th inst.
R rig .ci n r, Smith, was up at Havana, 9oh
." AIor Og] '.. u m --- I .... ...... .
Brig Delos, Eckfelt, was disch'g at St Thomas, 21
days since.
Brig Venezuela, Peddle, sailed fm St Thomas, 29th
ult. for Laguayra.
Brig J Palmer, Marshman, hence at New York on
Brig Foest, Moore, from Vicksbarg and N Orleans,
at N York on Thursday.
Schr Leader,Somqrs, fin Richmond, was safe at De-
laware City yesterday morning.-Ex. Books.
Schr Valiant, Honeyville, hence at New York on
Schr Antelope, Gifford, hence at Charleston, 21st
'Schr Wanderer, Merwin, cleared at Savannah,19th
inst. for N York.
Schr Kosciusko, Nichols, atit N Orleans, 15th inst.,
from Ragged Island.
Schr Constellation, Price,was up at Savannah, 18th
instf for Philad.
Correspondence of the Phitada Exchange.
Jan. 22, 1838. $
J Coffee: Deer Sir-The last 12 hours, has beta re-
markableAer a heavy wind, varying from W'to N-it
commented with snow squalls, andthe cold has in-
creased throughout the 'day, at present the therm, is
15 deg. .Not a Vessel to be seen--where the suf com-
monly breaks it as smooth as a mill pond. "-
Yours, J. MILLER.

i I I 3 1 I /I I [ 1 x
corner of Ninth and George streets, will be Open to
visitors from 10 o'clock, A. M. to 9 o'clock, P- M., eve-
ry day, (except Sunday,) until further notice.
dec 24--d6m ,

Mr It has lmngbeen known that water is composed
of two highly inflammable substances (oxygen and
hydrogen gas) but it is now discovered that by mean
of fire we can produce clouds and rain, and that too
"in a dry time." This will be fully explained on
Wednesday evening next, by Professor Espy, at tb1
N. E. corner of Chesnut and $th streets.
A meeting of the citizens of the city and county of
Philadelphia, will be held This Evening, 28th 'inst.,
at 7 o'clock, at the house of John Deveney, 3d Ward,
Spring Garden Tavern, at the corner of Callovshill
and Nixon streets, in order to adopt such measures as
will ensure the re-building of Old Bridge at Fair.
mount, as a Ftee Bridge. ".
Office of t he, Harrnsburz&r, Portsmouth,' Mount joy, and
Lancaster Ral-Road Company.
January 25th, 1839.
AT an .election held on Monday, the 2lst inst. the
following gentlemen were re-elected Directors
for the ensuing year: ., .I
Alexander L. Hodgdon, Seth Ctraigp, -, '.,
Jacob Culp, ,, Samuel Woodward,
David Lipsloey, Henry Buebler,
'Simon Cameron.
And at a meeting of the. Directors held this day,
ALEXANDER L. HODGDON, Esq was unanimous.
ly elected President A. J. MACKIE,
jan 8--1t Secretary.
S Potatoe ,.
ONE thousand bushels of first qiiliy Eastern Po-
Statope, for sale low, in lots to suit purchaqers, by

23 shs MecHanics' "Bank
20 do Schuylkill-Ban"
1 do N Americt aBank
..,%7 do Girard BpAn
15 do do lt Feb
4do do "
20 do Exchange Bank Pitts..
'80 do Kentucky Bank
50 do do 30 ads s o
62 do do '
40 do Plant Bank Te'in
90 eo Vicksburg Bk
5 do Grand Gulf
38 do Newcastle R R C &,P -
50 do Wilmington R R U
100 do do 2lqtceb
121 do do
13 do Norristown R R
10 do ldo
l.. 10 do do

jan 23-d6t

31 south Wharves.

Dr. Goods' .gyptiamnn., !
THIS renowned remedy for the cure of Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, and Consumption, in its primary .
stages, is for sale, by the dozen hr single bottle,at -
Drug an4 Chemical Warehouse,
jan 22-dtf 32 north 2d st.
Co-partnersh ip Notice..
TlHE subscribers have this day entered into Co-
il partnership under the firm ofSAMUEL D. OR,-
RICK <4 CO., for transacting a general Iron Commis-
aton Business, at the north.eat corner- af Race a r
Water streets, on the Delaware, where they.witl ret'
ceive the consignments of allt kinds of Iron, Nails, oc,
Philadelphia, Jan. 15, 1839. ian '22-eodw -
East India' m
3Q [ I PIGS Tin, bfor sale, .in lot to suit puIreh-r
3 .j q sers, by JOSEPH R. EVAWN,
jan 22---d8t 31 south wharves.,-
A PAIR of large secondhand SCALES, and 56-1b.
wts. regulated. For sale very cheap, by
jan22-dtf 32Snorth 2d st.
House tor aale.t
X Valuable and beautiful D W I IL IN 0
ifO US E, fronting on Franklin Squa, fRe.
of incumbrance. For sale by
ian 22--dtf No. 1 Lodge at. '
In the Orphans' Courty. f th County of Philad4-
phia -. *. -

THE Auditor appointed to settle the account of
Benjamin Mifflin, Guardian -of Mary F-. Law-,
rance, a minor, will meet on Tuesday afternon
the 5thofFebru try. 1839, ai 4 o'clock, at No.97 1'l.
nut street, to proceed to the performance of thbe du-
ties of his appointment, where all persons intreste4,
are requested to attend. / jan 22-dtFs
Running from 13th to Broad, and ,between Tidmark '
and Prime streets. ',' ..'
_Pn Friday,9pfpugj j j1 t 7'clok will te
All tho two certain new three stoty bri*-
houses and lot or piece of ground, ;itUaa. '
the south side of a certain 30 feet wide street ef'
.Mariner street, between Tidmarsh and Prim txeetsi .
in the county of Philadelphia, comminenipg at the
distance of 192 feet west of 13th street, oir gff
front each house 16 feet, and in depth 47 feet t j
each house subject o a redeeible ground' ret 'of
$32, payable half yearly. The neighbor jod is w-
proving and the houses tenaqted by good't tt4t* ,
Title clear-Sale positive. ; "'''
j.Td- 'rW. L. FREEMAN',"
jan 23-dtt ., ,r
Athenian Institute Let "re&
Swon of tk Musical Fund.
W ILLIAM RAWLE, Esq. will lecture
'the Athenian Isititute and Mer'attle Ltara-
ry, on Tuesday evening, Jan- *9th, 183I at to'oldok,
ou-" The Influence of Commerce." ." '
V Fifty Single Tickets-price 50 centaemapy U,
procured at the Philadelphia Library. ,
ISr No mopey will be received at the dor. "
jan 23-dtJ29
Comnmercal rBuank *f(fteiqatiW
PHnLADxntrUrars,4o 13*
T'H& Directors of (is Bank bav# deel a l-tii
.T dend fo 'the last ixi months of FIVE PER
CENT., which wifl be paid to 'toe SaMkbflM in
this city, on and after mthe 26th imit., at thsOlard
Bank. WMr, i. LjqWS,
Jan 1-di6t. Cashier Gre"d auk,

New Paper Wint*IIRE .
T HE subscriber has received a Wwit4 f eO fr
,L splendid PAPER HANGINGS, fbor prltW*M
entries;-among them are white satin and siln oak
Freso, white satin awd gold, plain and4 figured atin.
rich flowered, with borderings to match;' 'chimey
screens, views, parnnlsg.4cl'' -
S 15 Chesnut street, {north side) below 4 t a.
jan 12.--ifdlm ,
Canary, aNd irp Seed>
0 & CSKS Cnary good, 50'begs. hemp S8 do
,m'J a SUlerier qunslity, i, store and for sail by
STa ,BOND & CDo.
jan 12-dtf ; tj Chestput it.
Lifer wf* Unm Cars9 .
JUST recefvsd from the authoe-.,AM. UM.
the ife and Memoirs of the celebrat- U.
Ann Careon, daughtoe"of an 4fer ef the United
Statesa Navy, and wifof lntar' whose Ife tefami-
nated inthe Philadelphia prison, 9d edition, r*viatd,
enlarged and continued till tier death, by IWft 1.
Clarke, authoress ofthe Iair American, Uit4of limb
mss L Hamblin, Edwin Forrest,, ete. : vot. 4T6ld.
For sale by R. WILA N DESILV f`,
jaw^8-lm- No.'4aouti4Htl SW

A HOG that ia 'bppo'.,d to weigh 1000 Iha. em41p,
e. see without"'hdarg,, bp calling at the hovi etf
C6er of Priuaee and Marlboro' ts, 6enWpt
jan -4-d3c ,E .t
-'" -- *' Q V t V .. *-^ '
FIO+R prevthting deby,. cleansing and prserving "
Sthe, Teeth, putifying the Breath. and editing
healthy ation in ihe am ,

hazzard. It has not only established a speedy, com.
fortable and cheap communication available at all
seasons between the National metrop-olis and the
great commercial marts-of the Eastern and Mid-
dle States, but it consiitutes the main link, or ave-
nue which connects the great work of internal com-
munications in the West, South West and South
embracing the wide valley of ;he Mississippi, with
the corresponding improvements of the middle and
eastern sections of the Union. The completion of
the New Jersey Railroad within the past year,
brings this road at once in direct connection with
the city of New York and establishes an entire line
of rail road communication by this route from New
York to Washington. The Baltimore and Ohio Rail
Road Company is effectually engaged in measures
for the speedy extension of the great work from
Harper's ferry its present termination, to Cumber-
land and eventually to Wheeling; a work which
when completed,will open to this road the business
and travel of the whole west and southwestern region
of bur widely extended country,
In the South, the great railroads of Virginia,
Northlnd South Carolina and Georgia are all
tending either directly or by lateral,communication,
towards a connection with Baltimore, as a common
centre, through the'medium of the Washington
branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road. Nor
should we overlook in .this review4he eastern shore
railroad -of the State of Maryland, which is now lo-
cated and inder contract, and is expected to be in
operation within two yesrs. This road extending a-
long the whole Easteqin Shore of Maryland, has its
northern tertuinus at the Depot of this Comipany
at Elkton, about midway between the cities of
Philadelphia and Baltimore, and is intended to es-
tablish a direct line of railroad and steamboat com-
munication between that depot and Norfolk, for the
purpose of southern,travel and trade.
From the brief sketch here presented, it requires
-no stretch of the imagination to anticipate a great
prospective increase of the business and profits of
ibis road, and a certainty of ample reward to the
stockholders, as well as of great benefit to the pub;
lie. It has alreaMdy effected an important change
in'-hwe-commercial elationo. between i he Atlantic
cities and the West, by giving to thp merchants of
that wide region a line-of transportation,'available
at alt seasobas of the year, which enables them
whon the rivers and canals are closed With ice, and
the ordinary road! ate neatly impassable, to trans-
,port immense quantities of merchandise from Phi-


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484 50
91 100
95 100,
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4 To purchase for GA. a large well1 built
rt d well fiahed,, r four story BRICK
DW UING HOUSE. wittood yard and pleasant-
ly situatedbeiween Pine end Chemot trets andW
below 8rh,'by GREGORY Al BRIGHAM,
ian 24L-dtf No. 1 Lodge street /
James' i'ew Work.
THIS day published-The Huguenot, a Tale .$
the French Protestants, by the author of 'JMf- ,
eieu,' 'The Robber,' 'Darnley,' etc. Sin 2volas. l2a.
als., Tales of the Passions, by the same. For sale by.,
j $" n t B 293 Market at. above 7th.
Girard Bank, January 21t, 1839.
T7 HE Directors of this Bank, on the 12th inst. de- .
S el ared a dividend of TEN per cent. or Four Dol-
lars per share, payable to the Stockholders on the ,
Books of this Agency, on and after the 4th day of
February next.
By the Charter, aR Instalment of vTen Dollars polk-
share is required to be paid on the &I day of lEd'ra-
rv next. WM."'. LEWI,
jan 23-dtF4 Cashier Girard'.ant.
Sonon Cough Drops ,
SN admirable article for Colds, Paih in the Breast,
A Asthma, &c.; may be obtained at NO. 74 north
3d street, and southwest corner Cherry and 3d streets.
Price 25 cents. jan 29-d2v
ULL'S, F arr's, Southern's, Bodder's, Heintzel-
5L.3 man's, Marsh's, and Common Trusses. Also,
Suspensory Bandages and Children's Trusses, for sle
at the the lowest cash prices, by .
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, No. 174 N. 3d t.
jan 23-d2w and S. W. cor. Cherry and 3d saft'
LaW Books."
fOTHIER on Obhligations, 2 vols.
JL Smith's Chancery Practice, 2 vols.
Thomas's Coke, 3 vols. .
Chitty on Bills, large edition,
Comyn on Contracts. "
Chitty's Blackstone,
Chittlly's Equity Digest, 2 vols.
Williams on Executors, 2 ,vols.
Roper on Legacies, 2 vols.
Ball and Beatty's Chancery Report. ,' ,
Story's Pleadins. : '
Chitty on Pleading.
Sagden on Vendors.
Barbour and Harrington's Digest, 3 vols,.
Reeve on Descents.
Fearne on Remainders. 7
Leigh's Nisi Prius, 3 vols. .'
Ch. J. Marshall's Decisions, 2 vols.
Durnford and Eart's Reports, 8 volt in 4.
Archbold's Practice, 2'Volt.
Starkie on Slander, etc. etc. etc.
For sale cheap, by
jan 23-d6t 293 Market st. above 7th.
SOld Coppet.
TrEN thousand pounds Old Copper, packed in
a. casks. For sale by .-