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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: May 21, 1839
Frequency: triweekly
three times a week
regular
Edition: For the country.
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 9, 1832; ceased Dec. 1855. Cf. Checklist of Pa. newspapers.
General Note: Edition statement: <May 3, 1838-Feb. 22, 1842> only; later issues have subtitle: "thrice-a-week" or "three times a week."
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 4/5, 1833.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Related Items: Dollar weekly Pennsylvanian

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Published every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, & SATURDAY, at FIVE DOLLARS a year,


SWAY 21,1839.


> "* TWO DAIL1 :PAKETr LINES FOR AFTERNOON LtNE THE GIRARD ,rpians, Court sale. Coilan ,y ol a FB1" 1IN Y'LV
X T.,P S .. .S.," TO BAL 'TIM OORE, LIFE INSURANCE Under e authoiy of the Orphna' (ourt, for the CouWFT;o I.isON3' __ __ _
'ESS PACKET LINE, AT H4LF PAS7 ONE O'CLOCK, P. M. ANNUITY AND TRUST COMPANY OF C ad on oiladepiaon Wednesday ---,- -s GAMBLING OUSES
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,. : om .... .etpkaao ,d r azoi f !- P .a z, U n_. .e, PH ILADELPH IA at the rl h a tb A lowing di- AM L d3 a ra A..D p n thu Du bli U, ersi
.... ."I -H, IN DAYS.) Via New Castle and lPenchtow,. 1" ribe re le l .l e"e oe, 5finIt- of te hth, 6th, 7h adehSsomo f, eby (Hrry LIr her; whoi
IN ffi 0 ce 159 Chesnut st. s.cribo rea estat -of oftenv
*rt ,^M(,A--^ Ttiepufi^^ ~~~OFFICE Al*pvED TO r$0 I DDCK STREET WHIARF. r J l t<. A A1 S e^ h onylor|dK^^ ^11
4T he&i lN i a r e i n f or m e c l t h at- P F F C 1 I V ED T O Io I D c i S T R E ET W4AR F. -,-, ? / e 1 6 9 C h e s ..t e in g o n e u 4 M e d o n eld fteoiir o f o n e h a l f o f e a ti t l e d ; o n a c t f o r e r e c t i n g t h e C o u n t y B o arf i tt h
; A L I I I- y b el I,- C a p i t a l-. + + ... u i o r pm a + ~ ~ es o e v t
3this line will leave every morn Capital of $300,000, tw certain rit essuage and lot'ofgrour4, coricerni the Coionis -.. .. .. g at 6 'clck, from the DEpof, H A R T E R P E R P E T U Aa L iSm the ea .t side f i!law are Front tree ou y hilade h a f r other a, p e p e e oie g b hr e
e, frr h thof p0 H A R `e giae soa textratshlaelhi.
/srtu ne 0h rer it.i*INSURE LIVES, grant Annatiuea and .Enos- and o| west side of tectreet, between Spruce edon the 10th'day ofApiL8 1834. ... w g .
./ splendid 8 wheel Rail-road CaNs, and arrive at Har- nVHE well known commodios steamboat OHIO, A eats, and make contractss generally that involve and trees in t ty of Philadelphia, eontin- W Relved, taa ot ommssone s e establlSm ent., whihfo
S. r bbirgat-3 o'clock iwtheafte noonwher passengers JL apt. Davis, being now in complete order theand contingency of life. Accept rustsa aj authoari- ingole adadth on et he of Phid streets l 8 heet 9 oonaau-th rzed to levy.,a59xothxayCfiecem mts ioever e iectsed powerslt atn nt._aoewc f
co p e e o d r and Co tng n11flie1Ac pt41s1ra ut o i- r gadth on each of 'said streets 18 feet' 9 eAulth~oriiq ti leVY~A ta, o i z v e t n e e~ ie cs d s o ef l a nl a n
wilf immediately take the packet. newly furnished, will, on and after this day, April zed by the charter, from individua!s, corporate bo- ncthe, and in, depth 40 f let. h. pdred dollars of the valuation Of the states,real ..ty, havenow ceased to exist, t r
Te .; e boaofthis line are fitted up in a superior thedeprt daily, (Sundays exCepted,) from Dock dies, or Courts ofJustice, andexecuto the& agreeably ASO, ., and personal, and trades, profeseon and occupations, ing 10 note down some few facts e
tyle forth aecommoiadtion of pmsiengern; the ladies' street wharf, at half-past one o'clock, P. M., for New to the desire of 'the parties, and receive Deposites of A thatbrick mesuage and lotof 'ground, situate according to the last triennial atsesent-which re the recollection be lost to the
;5 ...; ,rains are nQt surpassed by any other in the United Castle; thence passengers will be .conveyed by Rail 1mony in trust, and on interest. oiilast side of Front street, adjoining the above susi so levied together, with any othe money in the tion.
S-- o tates for comfort atd convenence. Road 16 miles to Freuchtown, where they will take LIFE INSURAINCE.-The terms are as low as decrid premises to the aomcotaigin inbreadth County Treatury not otherwise appropritd, ad the T, l license gming-housae of P
SPIONEER FREIGHT AND PACKET LINE, the Company's superior steamboats CoNSTITUTioir those ofany office in the Union. oh t east side of the said Front street 30 feet, and smer -eighty thotaand dollars which the said Corn- in number, of o wich four were in th


















PINB PBIH AND PACKE LINE 'll Copn' suero stabaaON O -those of any office the U'anion. "
.... /+, ( Ponm Pli(,adlptia to P-itt;burgh. WASHINGTON, and arrive in Baltimore at an early Rates for Insuring $100. itdrih 40 faet, upon wlthk described lot is also a missionersare heebyauthonzed to borrow on the The we'll knoal No. 15 bein co
...r ,Through in 4J.day. hour in the evening. Age. For 1 year. For 7 years. Whole Life. hme ing.U" faith of ithf county, to be redeemable on the firt day tocraticoneofthatquaiter,anto
S: ... .. ..o g o'c ock n+ 8- wheel Returning, the Lino leaves Baltimore at 6 o'clock annually annual I t br k buitlding0 are oecupted as Tayerns, of January, Anno D i ei7ee e an se to which a e
i lipe will also leavthe epot, 274 Mar- in the evening, from the foot of Bowley 20 .91 77 RORT CHRISTY, Clerk 0. C. ventyone. The said Loansalt bearinterest at the prnet ofdress were considered
RA'il-road Cars, and arrive 5 oclok Dinner provided on board the Boat. 25 100 1 12 204 FREMAN & BROTHER, rate of six per-cent. per Mnnm, payblehalf year o. 129. the society was c
.-9Za 11irsit -All baggage at the risk of the owner. 30 1 31 1 36 2 36 myl-dt Autionee. on the first days of JatuaryanJy, ande cert uafcation for entrance be tha
-~-~ th morningwhere passengers will take the pack- Freight received and forwarded daily, at re. 35 136 153 275 -_ r _- .. te hereof hal u tnserrableatthe'odiceof the should be twenty-one years uf sge.
.y a- ewtihout anydelay. dued ric J. B. PECK. Agent 40 169 1 83 3 F DE RABLE 1R, ATE RESIDENCGE, Coupty Commisaioners, in the usual manner; and any 26, ihe lineal descendant of heNo
T, .he boats of this Line are also fitted up in a supe. aed p.r. ic. 45 1 91 1 96 t ^AEhkuy till't.reet, Aurth houseabove Flmbert. premium which may be obtained on the said Lbin the early years of th rs-toraaw,-
ac ~ m dat n of p s en e s th p4-dtf N 6. 1 D ock St. il I'z. w ra u
style the accm toofa ng ,- ..... 50 196 2-09 I OnW esdy evening, May 29 1889, at half-past hall be applied to the purchase and extinction of ted for the speedy re-payment of the'
ladies eab has evety comfort, and convenience tfor 10sll O Baltimore. 65 232 321 58 7o' will lesol atthe Phladelpha Ex- ch certticate2 ofthe cunty oans now exstng by thealies from the aton
... ao tmmIo a.todi of ... L _-mmande by Further information can be obtained by application *hang' -. as may be obtained at pa,, faBsI be aproprated for came in for a considerable share of
S -4'he boats of the above Lies a!e. commandedby at the office. B. W. RICHARat the ofc B. "RH DS, Pros that new and well built three story bri conty purpose fr .ye.r 1839,.as olow rapirestuion at the shrine. Her
Icing experienced captains, and the public may rest as- J t'l
J nothin wins. a nd one by rest OHN F. JAMES, Actuary. ng house, 1&feet front by 96 fet deep. Civil Courts* $01,000 ofvoluptuouspleasurecuntrihuted to
: C Z 'UNION LINE by Steamboats GEOW. ASH. Treasurer f 24-dtt t and cellar underneath finished in mo- Criminal Courts, 30000 ing ecieme of play. The fameu
Two Dail'y Stage Lan es toPittsburgh, a and Rail' 'd, via New Ctstle and Frenchtown, Life I e eJ Pretfftm.~ble mantel, high marble step., imp Co nvict Department, 1,000 ae a t een of w h r 9i
Two Daily Stage Lines tottsburg, are daily reecint and forwarding freight, from their Life Insurances-nee Rate of Premium, raiiOuse, and every other domesti conve- Vgant and untried department, 17,0 au ," and he er of EU
Carrying the Wilted Statas Mail, will leave'the office, No. 1 Dock street wharf, at reduced prices. THE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY nience, ao every way celculae o the resi- Debtrs apartment, n .t, all subduing attractions of the saloon
Depot, No 274 Market street, every morning at 6'. Shippers are particular requested to have their ,o ttol family. The Ie is 70 feet de Interest on prison loan, 3o Amid the charm ol delicious music-
S ok in Rairoad Cars o Chaibersburg, 156 mile, freights on the wharf in the morning belbre 12 o'- ,insurances o Lives aild to an a t his property is -situated in Schuylkill Culvert at Moyamensing, 5,.000 ofFranee-thenostAereo
clocV" kher in ia l qroad tCoars e freighgh on the wh rfin thrm rnng G ra n tin g A mln n itie 7th h h ib r sr $ i n astern P'enitentiary,80 0 o h pea t o ka
t .... there in Tr bilt couches t.broughin50 hours; clock,.thereby insuring its departure the same day. radltd llllle 7th streeW th house above Filbert street, in one ste enentary o the Pe6anith b.
,. .... also, one daily stage line to'Wheeling, through in 60 No freight is sent by the Morning line. ,AVE adopted rates of premiums on Life Insu- ofthe most improved parts of the city. Further par- HM se of Refuge, ,., Europeaneot,. an b
o.. ., iurs;--thisline will also leavo every Morning., at 6 Freight for Richoad, Petersburg U Norfolk. A prances greatly below former rates, and will now licimt q and terms at sale. a d oi ng Fund, a of t i. opp
.. i 0"ock, at the'Depot, No. 274 Market street, in Rail- The blcarereSectull inlrmd that arran inreas follows, viz: Psondasposed to purchase are invited to ca4c Pu school,. .. w e f as.fil
bitmonte have been made by this Line,to forward freight ola,-Board of Health.,~a-i ate b naih'hi~
.... ea ICars o Cham erabu &fr'onttherp in Troy R e.for.I 00 examine the p^ s .. -...,^ W S.. .... c.leo
eCaself to W nheel gnh,,- daily to the above mentioned places. M merchants who For 1 year. F r 7 years. W hole Life 9 F1 SREM & -"i al came .Nno. 1t andn hae
.N O Th e R i o CA S Tw lR N e R A t LL ERp oS. w ish to have their goods sent w ith despatch, can do. per annum per annum m y 7- d ts A uctio eam H ouse at B &d s b : 2,000le Py01
b-e Rhi troae Carr wv jllf ave hew D epoat so nr P s- pend upon the above arrangem ent. Freight fbrw ard. A t the age of 20 years, 92 et : 98 cr 175 e ca. Survey of M oyam e sin o t ai
S ,bah onte arriv of tNwYkboats ancars. eddaily to anv part of the South or West. 25 112 120 205 Appeals. Road jurors," ,
'rPh. arrangement has beea.made with k-eaglt ey to a *J. B. PECK, Agont, 30 4'; -132 145 238 County Commissioners' Offlee, Repairs to bridges. .. mention here. Here there was b
,the Eastern p singers, ir order to avoid any eay a 13-- -dtf No I Dock'sre t wharf. 35 153," 170 276 _PHILAD .LPHiA, April 13th,183 9 e r t p l u s "able, and a -small reading roo.; th
In this city as heretofore, this arrangement completes 1 d f" D 40 178' 195 '321 ,, OTICE is hereby giv"n, that appeals for County Lock up honse at Manayun2, '"place breathing a s-eca s of o e
apniguouff chain from New York toPittsbrgh and Southern alv jYlail Line, 45 205" 3 N Tax on personal property and persons only; will Election expense, rangel atvaance withita more
NewOrleasle, without any delay orinterruptioni For Norfolk, CharlestinVS. -C., Petersburg and Rich- 50 249" 282 468 be held at the County Commissioners' Office, for the County ofieors and clerks, e The salmon had all the easy domeslio
For seats in the above fine, apply at the Depot, No. monf.' Apply at theoffice of the Compan, N 4o. 72 soutl several wards, districts and townships of the city A,-itmS 4 0 an
274 Mu k tte ta t e rnr of Fourth mid Chesnut -m Ap l at" thd allo ance to cohec Coayiny, en. fai2e Thet ba3de
r74Marketstreeat the corner oourthad Chsnut .,. *e Steamboats A LAB MA, KEN-. street. HYMAN GR.kt'Z, President. qnd county of Philadelphia, on the following days, Cooi and allowances to coe wlaing en amihe. The bathuet
".retsp and at the New York Depot, corner of Third 1TUCKY, jd JEWESS, all Boats of mar 6-dtf SEARS C. WALKER, Actuary. between the hours of 10 A. M. and 1 P.M. ts, d .uu it the beer, ave hem n
Willow streets. Speed a o AecommodaW.n, will corn- Upper Delaware, North Mulberry, Lower Dela- Wtnessin cases o contested seats in smiled at their winnings, and look d
.-, -D. LEECH & CO., ,mence running daily eq t0e"first of April, between THE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY FOR ware, South Mulberry, High -Street, North, Ches- Senate, 3,000 they lost, in factyou half expected
A LWM. COLDER, roprie- r Baltimore,Norfolk ana.Portsmouth, leaving the lower Insurances on Lives nut and Middle Wards, ,on Monday, the 6th day of Incidental expenses, 500 louis had followed its predecessor
S IZ M O O R. en d f e e DBRN Iu yr o a d s t r e e t i m p r o v e r s, .
SIL AS M OO R d of Spear's w harf every afternoon, at 3 o'clock, or A N D G R A N T IN G A N N U I 1 E S m ,ay. u, Do k u s P n M ro a se s co re d te T 2, ,Z quier w would com e forward and restoi
J. DUCK & CO., immediately alTer the arrival of the Cars from Phila- (CHARTER PERPETUAL.) Walnut, South, Dock, Locust, Pine, New Mar- Riotcases confirmed y te Court, 2 39 The following is acut
r J."PUCK, General Agent at Philadelphia. delphia, and will arrive next morning at Portumouth, Entire Capital paid in $500,000. ket and Cedar wards, on Tuesday, the 7th day of Parede ground 6,,o, t hfolwn F stTa account of.ne

Br dg atitf G ufir run 1, 0 tragedies" of~~fiy Frascati:-, =^a s ^; ^. ~
I' *- ^ -- + :t T ap 12--dtf ia time for. tke Cars for Wilmington, arid thence I FFECT I nsurances on Eives, at sea or on land- o a. Range aAs uwmrom s runer de tnole i tI

C O e y steamboats to Charleston. Rturig will leave E Granting Aut d Fdmets d make. h toi p of P nk, E
.7 Portsmouth every da ,ate th casarv fr m te llkn so co t ct in w i h he as lis ofd life M y g #484.055th 39ns ip ofy' ofpl e an ot reran ro
~ s m ~ n L i n e t o l i a l ~ m o r e S o u t h a n d r e a c al t em r nh e t m or a rn in g i n o ti m e f r a r e k i n v s o ol ne d r e c e si v e Mn e o ni c Dh e psu l i t s on T r u s t P e n n R o x b o r o u g h G e r m a n t o w n B r i s t o l B l o c k l e y R e s o l v e d T h i t a l l d agesru ya t o i e o b niet h c eorevswr
Ca rif 5 a the cars for Philad e~bia. Iand are authorized to receive and execute Trusts of KinW edes dany, a dthe borough of West Philad lphia paid fohoein roadsm sa ll b ad a b l w f w y assn e. O u e u n fe
Thsebat uni cnecio it hewlllvonan adevr dsriton pp a herffc, o Teseven wards of the district of the Northern Li- ticular road or street, shale inf hi sett h he ihtehp fmeigsm
st eave packets, G o g a nd South Clarcili8, w i h 72 south 3d St. H A A N G A li, resident. betet e f u a d ft e dsrc f S rn Gar- cou11ty Com isi nr1ta1her11112t8ccp1t a it h i t nio f pl y
ravellers a choice The als run i connection C WAK I Actuary. den, the five wards the district ofKensingnn, the certificates of loan bearing an interest of o per cent. our search, we were about to leave t
iad a lmington Baltimore ttraer Jame R TveryBalso Prsun in concion .. R C T t. townships of Unincorporated NortheBP Liberties, Ox- per annum, for amount of their, damages, the county we were struck by the haggard air
Sm RAIL-ROAD. ond sraer are infBot t tr r n William Parker, frdLower Dublin, Byberryand Morelandon Thurs- commissioners shall, inthe usual manner, issue script look of a young man who sat at te t
.am irkam, Jonn Moss, thd the 9th d of May. t o each claimant or the amount of his damages by ly lOOked up frm the card before him
and after Monday, pril 1lst, passed that this is the cheapest and most comfortable route John B. Newman, John Bohlen, y. p for i tel, ay BBoar oat assessed. The prince il pa e e at 2ye marking, with a pin toac, hi pam

.. ..ano C r frW lm go l a res db a iDpt O U L N TO ,B IT L O N O. H CO NT OF a PH .IAD PH i oar9-dtf No. J84 re so th 2dsretiA c sre or th purchased. ofthe ....... at ... ... .. st ...... til .... reahe .... b kuft
SO altimore will leave Dock street whar, d i, for Southern travellers, as there are no changes from Elihu Chauncey, Charles Tay o, y h Clerk. from dathseawith interest at5e en.per at W wheinea n ho
a17 ck int the morning, by the steamboat; he'. cars, steamboats and stages in the deadUof night, wa Henry J. iliams, Sa uuel F. Smith, ap 6 wft6m the et o ar 1. e et er dear
MOIS, Captain Douglass, to Wilmingtod, thinee on the Washington route. The Company therefore Mithlew C. Raston, Thomas G. Clemson, ltel That the counycmissonr bmu lo.. pate n a s a e dea wa

--.DE & A B (AI RADLIE heveo, pacsannrtunigwileleveoude- toeschoesmils brn, tale, arenershps au-IN u R GLLAM,.ndthrsniofe5,00gt hesae ntretan r-nFowsmetieeeaidno watsb
Soi-Road to Baltimoread arrive by 2 O'clock, hope lthenravelli ng community will patronize them, Charles Dutilh feb 7---dtf fSpanish, L Leeches. thorized to borrow at an iemre, t not exoeeding 6per hurdl placed all his remaining go
S hous before the departure in giving equal facilities and superior. sPRING A USr r eceved per brig Pennsylvania, a quantity cent. the sum of $533o3 3b to be redeemable on or a car ey was it done, wen o e lo
B reakfast on board the Morris. :0 Passage and fare to Norfolk $8. wilGARDEN -of SPTeSIo LEiCHsES-fnr saet low, if ap- afr the t day of July, I n ain emi
tCOMODATION TRAIN TO WIL ITON. mar 26-tf JOIIW. BROWN, Agent. Fire insurance Co. plied for immediately, T. BIRCH, Jr. the purpose of the erection o the proved bridge at length, rsing fromis seat, he pan
A Train of Cars for Wilmington leaves the Depot, FOR BURLINGTON, BRisTOL, BORDEN. OF THe COUNTY OF PHoLADELPHIA. mar 9-dtf No.84 South 2d street. -Arch street, or the purchase o f the be aHieem able t ill he each the backiot
SW Marktstreet,- daily,(exept Suns).at TOWN AND TRENTONX. Capital authorized by Law, 400,000 dollars. T SPOT1. as the case may be, uponthe uisites of the act of and hispering afew rdsinhisesa
Q- jock. P. M., stoppingat Lazaretto, Cheste, M eus The steamboat BURLINGTON, will Charter Perpetual. Sales. the 16th of March, 1839, entitle4anac t authorize wer. The nature ofthe degas
oe*ek P^ Mnd pfte T rsa thaaettotheister, sn Fret Tenor0cu 1d fSAUL AR.Se'v ORPTTBUG, heefbth 16e1t a o Jnah, notomntigoadeetlketosanllnr
Hook, Naaman's Creek and Quarryville. leave Chesnut street wharf daily, (ex. AKE both limited and perpetual insurances on A PAIR of large secondhand SCALES, and 56 lb. the erection of Free Bridges over the river Schuyl. enough,for he immediately after
ma 29-- ti WM. L. AS1HMEAD, Agent. cept Sundays,) at 2 o'clock, P. for brick, stone or frame buildings, vessels in port, wts regulated. For sale very cheap, by kill at or near Philadelphia, being complied with place, his hand full of bilets d an
C" AMDEN & AM1 RAIL ROAD LINE thel ve places, and returning, will ,leave Borden- stores, hotels, mills, barns, stables, carpenter sho LINNEUS GILLIAM, and the um of $50,000 atithe same interested re- For sme time e did not bet, but
Y R W t o w t h f J lo w i n g m o r a t 6 oo f h c rpk l u m b e r y a r d s m e r c h a na o r f ua ru e a n p r o p e r y a n i -. at l 3s ot est ak ea t t he a e t e oe api s s o ns t a r e ank ta h e r ey is ore d
Fas srkiengers forTrenton will take Jthe Rail Road of every description, and in any part of the United ontherea e said a na aton o tl with a t n
" .,ft 7 ocloc J/, ff. "'n~ge. '' "ry "" y p ritedDeligWigre X" Aegoitl mcarna. upo th reqisiio of. ." teakrehrkdnrg
A 7 o'clock, A4. X. Cai'astt4ristol, and returning will'leave Trenton in States, against loss or damage by fire. FHE Canal win be open on MON!DAY, 25th of thes hnl thfw hc er- t uo n t roge a li.taoh
(V STR OAT A RAI OA) .the cars in time to meet the boat at Bristol, the fol- Applications, either personal or by letter, at the of. theH & C eeide barih e bemng con tW n'lforeg n u the ea ost
i S h AND RI ,) calowing morning. fi e of the Company,. W. corner of 6th and Wood march for vessels drawing 5T M rer t. s ei. the usul.or. The quickly followed still without aby
S A "rFare to Burlington or Bristol, 25 cents reets will be deaiden upon without any delay. ..e 25--i ,a28dtf JOHN R. THOMPSONloan s not be reeemabe tune-s look, at each tos, becoming
SFare to Bordentown, 37 Oice open from 9 A. M. to 6 P. ELIANE TRANSPORTATION LINE W ou e nsent o the oers o e certcates fixedand his features, a lref hte


*' Fow~d~kS^ 85 any ^ ^ M^ ^^^ cnt i dichagedby te HnorbleJudgs o sad \A EL| T | CE Gorg N miE withoWuta, theesayng tth sam tie, tho
a r "d rhsen- Fare to Trenton. 50 ect 1--dtf SAMUEL HART. Sec'y. FOR PITTSBURGH. thereof, before the lst day of January, nno omi inghardened like those o ta
'"N and after Thrday, the 14th int psw mar 29--dtf P H KESTER Cc a o eighteen hundred and seventh three. nd we, the .....
e i t EA a W PHILA- a aplwtain. SI nllbeollected an dra ed, freeofan y lood shot eye andBlooe ste Pga
.... DEI A, Capt DS. Craven, footof Chesnut l A CAta. N 4INUV N ,ERMG 1 .charge, and forwarded to Pittsburgh by the undersigned, comprising a ji f t s n .icexpressiontotheoterwiester
i-." t,. ltily(SUoAYs zxcspTD,) at 7 o'Ock, A The public are respectfully informed Notice tt,'ns, lpnt ao eo L At As I3low rates of-ri.tas as authorized to lay and raisthe sty c andissio are lessl. htA btarhisnkk la h
.for o e own- menco S ou m o y te t hat t h.e st8ea o at.O. Bn..h c to ........ .o bsy- he other line,, JACOB'M XS e. ARayixo wt te .d .
CSa Aly Cars,. d thence to Now York, 'bythat th a steamboat ROBth JNiOi, SOLVENT DEBTORS BONDS and Final Suc;esso r to Bolton & Co. Ant. row the sums of money spectaed i the foregoing on the table before hi H losturag
N D E, Ca t. A. Schultz, at- Wilmington and Dl ass I o a Lie Petitions to the Court of Com m on Pleas, 6* all D e 'W illow at. Railroad, below Third st rU"oui on, i n accordance with he prov si sthereo su than before-atlast, asit were,
stea m boal thet a t o n Stu lrz aon this 3d day of M ay, 1839 lingering to tu e of h s a e, h
riin early in whae. A.ron u flerto it rivOd l, f other Documents and advice connected therewith, mar 2BP f+ t in o My 1S ng rt e of he ie
"Fa re Ba YaU- $300 fh nco nd after Monday,April st leave o street any correctly and legally attended to, until the ap li. Sind le whch remained, and throw thed to
St'-- on $30 dauy, at 7 oclock,A. M., for Baltimore. d s darg e ote Hnabe. Jd o i i George R. Smhm, John W. yan, t able sayin atte e te,
Forward deck pbsage, -- 2 r aar 29-tf WMo a L. AS wMEAD,l Ai .t. caort is discharged by the Honorible Judges of sad Thomas J. h mHestond Mal ny e ...p a. ofgnh sadthe bln



LevWo buy Leve foo ofla Walnut-u- st the ,ost reaonbl and io c acomdtnguem, and t ao p ... course, upon phlspia rctl' one n a h ft e sai our, at Philaed yelpi, ti 5h"rwesn og""rne
.urlington, Bristol or Bordentown, 50 o'cluoCourt, in.cludg professoal services Th Hase rop W da Thos H. 1 ..BrittainMl seROuged t. raig an, soed he
.. "7 MEALS. % Ae eeyidie *C tion. P.r y p sI on Iels l ook A aleo yt thi luh
Sl akfast, 50 Cents hereby respectfully informed that the subsecri- Those persons who will be obliged to avail auetr- Ch A D E i t es coe ron v i Y t Chre Brotwthim sg
S Dinner ,0 Ce ts. Ibers still continue the Housa Painting and Glaz selves of the benefit of he Insolvent Laws of this A.. ...... Crs o,. aul.Ste. n, voting maHwhose fatureshowever
D n ... ..- Sg an con ts -inuees oOf thet benfiO E woIso LadfdpHE subscriber would respeetfo ll ia n on form his John W. Nesbitt,rostos tC olmln id aherr e
A ae -at3 risk of it's owner. ing, i and rnamental. "ntin Gilding, Brot- Commonwealth, at the approaching June Term, L9a3, .Tis m pts a. e. "OT add 4i fiin Wa A isgre
A ll baggage at the risk o J. W A Towner in g. Im t ti n o W. ..o n e, W l Pa ti g a d w sh o h a t e r b in s d ne n a proper and friends and the" p m blic, that bis j riti g A ca- W in. A C rabb, B M H inch m an. ne k th1i pl c wa"im di t
"'- < .. WM. J. WATSON, ing. Imitation. of W~od a.n. Will Painting, an wis to ha# thi business don in a .rpen demy, at thle S. Wv,,aor'ner of 81h rch streets, -,..f+^ ..
l l -d t "Aet Aa c. d .; a t thAr o ld estabx h ,s leg a l m a n p e r, w i l o w e to e m p loy m e& su s crlier d E y ,L a n d S Q. L P r ar e of th u sed Ai r stree sn M o v e .. .. P a r sl re i a no thar so d es n o u rse lve s., a lCtu g,
go. "O who has not failed in one single cnse for the last ove..... Pas' .. St r y bn .. .. ha taken any terest spr
A DN A.UND WODHR ^-V No. 2 No .T. aro v e on nd enlarged, and is now open obr the reception of both I, William le, Prothonotary of Slos sight of in te w
Th- Ca willAMDEN AND WOODBURY t o' ) ru -- r t, ..ed..r. e vi fif een tareatret, of havmig every petoner under his day ap.nd evening pupils. The front room h ethe Court of C m oc enP eaof
They respectfully retm for theges very theT W O L E hut in AO L a
This arrangement to continue yes ars, nd rapecfu lty solicit ao O zo uaceo. o the ho hr ekaswip, f d ia good. t s ,.. n e- spca l Aa t80 t nd tnW rn iI0rstp at t eratre opy et Ner was uckv sm e of the plyo
q i1u C of th ,,f l P- m s. A t this ~ Me an tr e cpar.a m m o n a h a n t~
aurth erinotic e t -T Th charges will be manufacte adacoord nd Ipea erp
uni frhePotc ocor- same, and cnel from all persons who may want any Th charge will Aedmou trdwhsana
OLINE until fourth tot'T NEW YORe, ISAA Mp uhela agn tu of the casattentxi ispaid, from the gl of the original paper a filed in theoP whethr- pl, rouge or nor hads won; .
a r+ tlTmeence on MONDAV, April 8th, thing done in their line ot busitnds, as they will On tCHAh mnu oh cs, beginning, to the correct position of thehand and afice of the Paof sa ot ail rea n t tl
83-.Ap ferr boats foot of Walnut street, will it muchT E nto their interest by calling on the subscribers CH ARLES M. G, ben. the oet of the and n o the aoth n ay tyof sa i C rt tcads stilame per dt uon ten tale,
d lyrun ia connexion with-the Cars. beniore engagineg wnereaher e y dmo ethr work upon No 3 north 6 .th .t, co th.r do ao ve Markert. pe l. o thTrwise. -he moeywhote r flre m ae n her1th da y o ay, 1 n te d ea te u oart ofvo, ices es l agarl ri








N e w~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e s a resi c a l s o t h o r o u g h l rr a c tine d u r i ngh t h e m o nyta t l w h e r e of, Ig~ a h a v e f F s h o O^1 / 6 ^06 E O I T f m n y r c e v d i r s h e r e t s e t m y- h a ndr' r a ndvll ne si de f t h a nk e p r o ced edt s h a v ei t oe
LeaVes Woodhury, Leaves foot of Walnut et. the most reasonable and accommfdating terms, and ap .d..I R t toar se,- upon pkIlosophua caprtnciples, founded in .a- the sl[of the said court, at Philadelphia, this 15th Trente.sent roIge. True te neuf
-" At 6e'c)Ek, A. M.' At o'clock, A. M. keep none but the best materials, and employ. none 0j pet Ce s aved foi Cas, l t ure. ._dayo ay, A. D. 1839. wrong, the rogue haAMs l .. won,"steprece oke, n r elr said. he, o __.., Udr'uhacure atucin ot fsto/ v) ~] ..KIEPthy "iner "'emn
,I P.M."L "2 P.M. mined tO spare neither pains nor expense to tend can acquire the habit of *,~iting with ease and coin.... immediately paid over to them, some
"3 4M. 24 PM. entire satieffactiorl to all who may favor them NE AD AHIONABLE fort to themselves, Y bold, free and rapid business PROPOSAL.S F+O R LOAN. it up, others preferring to let itzremain
P, 6a, Mt. '. "6 ,'. PM. their patronage. WILLIAMS.& BE.VAN, BOO0T ALNI) HOE 5 0 lO E, hand; adapted to the counting room o'rany other OF iCE Ot'THE HAILETON COAL Co. for another cou~p. It would ajartU
2are jeats-over the Rail-read. ep J0-dfimo No. lznorth Sixt street. o.'6 ou/ 5t at, bo e C en ,-et "ie practical purpose. M. A. ROOT. Philadelphia, May 10, 1839. man we had been watchnmg, prefe
O n n d f t r t J s d y o A g u s n e t, t h e fi s t e a u i f l h t sT h e s u b s cr i b e r t a k e s th is m e t h o d o f in S T E E L a n d Q U I L L P E Ns a r e b o th u s e d in M A E A L E D p r o p o s a ls e n d o r s e d P r o po s a ls fo r L o a n c o u r p e, fo r h is m o n e y r ema in ed w n e
"- ipfrom Wood urrowllWb atraywil;lal ot ers o-aOF THE E WlP TTERNhfor ingeis od cusomer, an the ubli HR' room. ifwillbenr ceiiesatlhe ofiseofmthrHazctendhadelaceuiticidRi.was with ase.
maitn a abv. + 'G nle e nt ig s. .D.. .... to. in general, thatite has established himself N. B.--Perms and other particulars made known COalkCom panyo, No.51 soutth Thirddstreet,"until" 3e q' entoyw et waitedifor the deal U on t whit"
p.. .,: ,, ,- I urqthaso a- HA T, -should procure one of Iat the above place, and would solicit their at the Roous, between the hours of 8 .and 12 A. cl kP Mo Saud y th lt d yof J n ne n wtob dci d. I w n- e m n
ON IISUNDAYSot,FOEC' r Ii,. Pattern... alied as I patronage, as he has now on hand an ox- M.' n P M. an 74t nteeeig. for a loan of ONE HUN DRED THOUSAND DOL- ed, and again won--thesmmnow up
The Cars will leave Woodbury, first Jrip at 8 o'- the ",, ,,atu.o F.sHIO w ,h~ich for a ,of ce~lent assortment of American a~d French Morocco _ap25--dtf LA RS, under authority of annct of the Legislatui.r mounting to 64,000 francs, being ratty
lok A. M. and" the" lat tri at 6d fo'foot'ofP.'Warun style and neat ness of finish, are unrivalled. The prices an .Cal B oot, Shoes, Punt &c. all of which are ,C, K. SERVOS88 of Pennsylvania." of 8th March, 1839, irredeemable limit ofthe bank, the croupier asked
raing thqe intermediat e time toanfrmot of Wa-rat so -rrai-ed .... iteer- bod" Of the- best materials, neweswiye, and of the most W H 0 L E 8 A1L E A N D T A I L (unless by consent of the holder) before the 1st day of owner of that sum, and how much I
-aut tree $, stop in at W estv illle, and Ka ighn 's e. a g a u sup vor workmanship .- '-- -" Ja ar.1 5, nd b ri g nt es at hertix et No n w r w s gv n to hs
Point. FLWLINOSpemeet RENC,--o Practic-al Hatte,t te will still continue to manufacture to order and .LOO KIArd' 0" 0L.IN per centum per annum, payable .quarterly.+ The pro- some strprlse wa excited in the rots
-- p2--dtf W'K Su ernti"t No .4msoi't,. 3d, street, 5th.' h.' .ouse below. warrant to fit, with neatness and ease, all wltI may .And Faney Hardware Store, posals should state the-portion of said loan which the croupier spoke, but no explan~ational
,~e aiI-foad. ap 1--dtf Chesnut, west side. *tthink him worthy of their patronage, at a far less No. 60 North Second street. four doors above Arch s applicant wishes to talie--and the periods when pay- general silence in the room procaisi
,M, .... "=.-,,-T.'' ,' =, =R-.,nW .,,-,n,- ,price than articles of the q aiy en be had else- ,1414. 22_--dt~f meats therefore (which *ay be in instalments at that all took inl so stm-ange a circus a
S T'WO. LINES (.JlAILY) Pr k NEW, YOrI, ISAAU M. ASH-TON'S where. J.a RA7 A~ent.- ,- ....a....epsne regular intervals) will be made. Proposals will also denly a heavy crash was lird, au
11 s, t.mll Th M~, ngLie ttts d W NDFA HONBI NB CunryMeehnCYlld wltoalb- ,'I[ a u e le be received for a portion of- the above loan, not ox- low, faint groan, and alt v ill.
f]i LlSnasecpea y lhat nd.,1a' li*lanuf,,hacto fore leaving thleir orders at any other establishment. i[E VDb h iad ieIsrne nu .edn THRT THUSN DOLAS re-oe n uhn t h nect
--' m" : m lock, (and on Sunda,,s. at 8 o'- ii0.# al~f t~p fra u ,,3 eb) .. .. a--um y LLt and Trust Compan-y of. Philadelphia.nt----': deemable in a less period, and for which certificates dow open, and on looking out, inercetv
clc, A .) N 21 M..ket.Sreet,... --A T WtqL VRUSTEESHIPS and GUARDIANSHIPS ofres- will be issued in such su~ts as the +lender may, do- fortunate gamnbler we had so, long
The Evening United States. Mail Line will start Th~d door above Decatur, south~aide,Phi- ANDREW....ILLER,. tate. executed agreeably to the wishes of the parties. sire. HENRY M. PREVOST, Treas'r. thrown himself down a height, of fifty
'daily, at -5 o'clock, P. M., pia Trenton, Princeto, ladelphia,where are mantufactured,and con- No. 19.+ Not S..t .rnro Cmec. steet, .. under will or otherwise. may 18--dtlJe dead at the bottom, His sk-ull had be
New Brunswick and N~iwa rk, running through tostantly forsale, a gl'sat variety of Fashion- flFFER.. or. sale..g...... sor. men of wellPO T of money received in trust and on in-.. ,~oi r t ......l Ic. I th wall butd pli n heth us had eive d bee
e ork in hours. 'Both ljnes leave the office, abl HA S a d C P ~ f r a d qal- -" ed~r tMIL Y GROCERKIES, at the l~westmar- .eet n n ua c so i e efc d. Offce 15 lV O l l t il y ~ l lee ,. t wa .bu to li he ha beie e t


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ALMAX*
A.M a
tv
OP PARIS. Vuers wele
00 is DZU'""41111184 they sucamp.
LY M&Px'ue ed 01M
Confessions" 6WIMEW Mosies," wheis
rthof the readers' th6r, were- isaim." Mots.
a b. of-tile oft ltY"A'W*'ib*Uk0V members
iteretti, g sjLetc adery PLUM in the oared mountain.
of Paris. Yrom 'rho h I no escort, and
u4ie
P. M aparmot. facu wbich
Ir go many yb1lirs, heft he burlifisilp?
h 60 IM hanshilclon, who ask. 4
n Fron.6 ad thorn how tbey d&W sp gftvW Waugh the
tar a in "Mt_ dereark hr 96 defikWI&Iji & coWdWan. In
onlern-ing tbeir, U&!lVlde4 of "nw*s Soub *M, -6
proment genera- embroidered iN pock an
so the que-
riots, a PA qr, -tit 48111id BOXA-
.aris Odre sayea M IL "M. 41111 _.
ke Palais -Boyale FAR-rx! dwpq 404 Mch bands.
gnatwair, I lirgiMpOiA
sidereg! the aris- V6 mitwa lp of ihe nmw
obtain admission vibi Oii oraose Ube
ity a general tholl saw it flit tfill" 2jew, -1i noift -fie
in is blw_ than mmoUsid withtbufw. *win .4b
40sive-the only came lailie. l1bale 9006"sips".'. "
L tke individual
sinsi has ever bow
Then came, No depmdei* *-*I
9,so well known Cairo MW 8U.ez lor alsaim of for its.
and so celebra- ium&tOirMt an the'tow id*ittCka win
3-kribute exacted ofthe Mah6Moi ragt*., 1:
hir himself, who I Were little dis.
the spoil, inade
Fe every a 0""'
itheoverwhiij. kah c"14 Cqq* fillhimp &w by piminc
It tko X, is
Abolardstri. t !# 14 tow*
Xt Z. .? 'F *W,
itused "'Choppris I Fil a r
6avy lpopg Nor West
M fall before the thiliahrorthe-tabiev113it" Alaq-visell.
is ot'hi-Bernard. ad do earivillsig1w 1 -.7.11119 On &ads
,the4vreacwines b& tho-MA "dip,
y-:boad*Lk am" & 411111A Nor worsk%
us *Tqurw
ild of numy an 'a
*&mMW-V1:ftwl
he cossacky
Link of the d Only and weire
)f ther cmti%;, 11110M
kre of t ri
Iowest walk or
Y. whou
deserve* gdii 67-d M.
it one roulette from the West, with Lb-*Okb Of it plaptot, and
whole air at the the power of a God." "is Maxi's rMbefion
and quietude tney res6hed to selidit, -and I dWoy do.
quented rivals ffpatched two of timb ftuaWM*Pt6 gues, for
qiy of a private purpose., X*iM 9be doputiss'ajpj" at -quei.
at 6ne'-was 'lot th*Y AP0114- that the wondetl&[ -W gone to
,hatted familta't' Cairo, to which p LM k
udeht'biinselsi *0 UMY J W Ar-
11inhappy when, rived at the Egyptian.cap"il.. 1111 Out
wheft-youi last his reside" and werv uidj _&"tehj
can In pro-
6 khat: the ban'- 11811cd. Saiiisd i i &den'9 mid Varrounded by a.
oellopablellist, theitounghero
bf the thi)dasnd of. Italy and Egypti, "NO fullb" 4111"Mrah of near
; .1 an contill0lital XMIMM, 10"ivei the toll-woft
e 11artr and Mys. 'moukawho MAW41rervoil humAred leagues! to
in recording an demand his pr5tectiou. Tile hiirtuej of the wa#M,
e the witness 4, -does not aff6rd an ii0tanai bf 6Q14 deliesta, but
3ne evemp&ra- unintentional :prkivs.., COUW not be,
) acquaiat&ice otherwise -than 440sod, ibr it absised the extent
Unsucdeskiii i' Of MB--famO, WW The SaUstailliaslin which his
1ersalaon'Whan power and intellactiiwmm He dic-
and disturbed tAtod it' wuw I Quill.
ftmgi a _` M P too persons and
ableand scarce- supplies 'through the dowerL The eff6at was
a, which he Wal, I From thit day to difffthe trade ofthe
oultble tbi magica .
monk$ IM been unmelested.
ring which time Mmough near"
y as constatitly haJf w 60111tury, haw j.pm*W amy ilia" dMi fir--
Dommencin he man -*&& given-4hdbrh tho'giver has slumbered
Ad before tim, fon eighteen yoMi in the suvw at th&murdered
aiqiand he far from, the seeii Is Of his glory-!-yet it hap last
olionleas; at
Fse 'round the, nor ie of its virtues. rium hivie so ahlered, that
the wiftkisi 6mombdr of thia *tAherhood can
wander, Uu4 earned, unatte
kr,'Waited foran 'adati, sibus through all'
A was evident PILAN Of thedebortif he has milk him the firman
returnsf, to his of ulluonabw4o,"As the Bodesixiscall Napoleon,
A8- WiLbout 1108i or males*11i" fpq*. "oil those-
oat, "dily re- whose hands are against'' evie"r-y m4ko. Equal"
t6i -Mteau' Of respect has been paid to- It"' by the rulers of
)at- the --shinift. 9gypt; and the Monastery oMi6id owes its pre-
id -heplaroodii sent pr-operity-vallid owl" It is to the to.
ier, and-anothr existollos.
Change or' for- Pil"tiall Of One whonjible I*Wlm have repre.
more and scented an an enemy lp itp religioij.
9 death, becom-
,ble, statue-his aftZRAL Albany Even -
Jr gi*ing a ter-
ing Journal p WThe aniociationg
L L
1 compoeura. of which have As general book-
s hano4 played
o"wfiich lijr ing law or wlimo of the securities
[in a larger which have. w1th... Abe Comptroller.
iinksot atthe the amount and A 92M00j" of notes for which
d all the billets orders have been given and 14q aclaillor of circulat-
)eklessly on the iog notes issued by the be* dipatmilm.
it miUes rotqe.'
iker in' the silwe From this document it appears illas up to the
iii- caxelen and 30th U April leak forty-thrm. 9
broke from the or vhich sevew* in the YorkMme
neverchanged PM
--de led $2,137,090 in Owl,.
ly replaced his 316,31 in Mortsages, Malriwf an
be
Iy Occupied by 406,13 as swurity for 16 emption of
h the onlyeno their notes. Of the a 69,000 coa.
oceedingsnoon,
lots of 6 per contlasbAlt 5"9 MAN of 6 per
d that the bank. :ent. Arkansas'1 5 New yolk,
ift 1%rW% -0
-844sgr X.. "96
me -NW-,*W -4 _V Per ese
for the Alabama,518;000 6peresindAdkbigan,324,000
tud=on- W4Percent.IR'--- *AWof6 percelit.Ran.
aised -on either ktim- .-,i a nn.


corner of 3d and Willow streets. cities, and at as low price* as at any other establish- t prices. Chesnut street. B. W. RICHARDS, President. i't""a urTer pe per uuy, eou per wee.. tue banKer, and hurried on to suicide
fob il--dtf ,C. HINKLE, Agent. meat in the city. -., .. te Al .P o, ... GzORGa W. ASH, Treasurer. A.I- Half do do 50 do source left him in his misery., hid
r;i. ghtsf < o ittmsbu.rg.h.... S Country Merchants supplied upon the most lib ol eAle rte wn Stout, and extra Cham- JOHN F. JAMES, Actuary. jy 4-dtf One do do 75 do moment longerhe must ha e earnt t
f.iri Ihts it rlattSb, lil, eral terms. jan 28-dtf paign Cider, put up e best manner for exporta- Two do do 112 do found himspf the winner of thousand
VIA CATNAL. tion, or supplied to p te families o7 public houses, FOR SALE. Onelbushel, or more, 31 cents per bushel.
D EEC H & C' LINE Removal in the cniy or suburbs, at the shortest notice. cEL Y'S DIREC RY for 1839 contiing After the 15th Ju ,hppe wi be
D., LEECH &COGS LINVE. Removal ".... thRO' Da 0df'" ""l.)IRC. R fo 18 .39, containing FrafVater thec 1peh dualht rpe it!b-
I1 ID LJECHI Co. inform the ift ARLES COLLINS & SON, thankful for the mar 20-dtf .L the names of the inhalants, their occupations, Forquarler peck perday, 0 42 per week.
IerISa nts and Sh i e of P i, ', liberal encourage ent they have reeeived,would. i M places of business, and dwellng houses. H alf do do CU V ER RELIGIO
.......... an ppers o i.l. inform their funds and the public in general, that 4 Oasse, ce ne do do 90 do There were qualities in M. Cuvi
adelphia, and Western. Met- y vnS from elF every descriti ,'mauactured and '*r sale J ust r eiv and qurtdsaleoby
t c JOeN CCLA TwOne doe, o0r0 et er bushdo riot antur, that they at once
chsts, that they carry goods todPittsburgh, daily iby 0hey have re e te C
teabove route. -stand, 40, to 326 Market streaiqpouth side, below 'pat 18 north 2d street, by -mar 22-dtf No, 60 Dock at.,n uhl or ure, 50 etprbu W
Their BOATS and CARS are in superiororder 10th, and hope, by punctuality and strict attention dec 1--dtf J. SIDNEY JONES, ,t e u c After the let of July, the prceswill e- i.hl .a pmt
and every facilit y is offered to shi ppers By their to business, to m erit a continue uce of past favors. oPa rltn eih For a quarter p ck per day
al every facility is o ered to shippers. he N. B -They have constantly on hand a Abe supplied with my patent improved RE.alf do do 6 do lie and private: e was a rm su
aAineA they carry goods through in fhvig oat F E ivef k. P winewR, One do do 00 do Bible Society, and caused the Old
-ec &gomne a ashsort~eme3n'taofisrhionblhe andd aVg6f dod Mo
'l o t l n g w h c h t h e w t l d s p o e f o r e s o n b l e, R w a t e r & ec & c o f a s u p e r o q u a l it y t o a n y o f m y
F rt ac m ocge l tmen o l f isho e aond reasonable bueh w ih heelA oI W Jtmore6.t cen r G E per tshela tPeo be widely di his ated
CO., have o cued an office at No. 200 Market 'treet terms ang ior cashn wio ser rals p r..1.n rmer make, and allowed by all to the m o e
under the Red Lion Hotel, where any information tersa fHUFTY, of Philadelphia, in the business o manu-j and b st constructed, of any thing of kin There i to be no consid oe serso
will be given, and receipts handed over. mar 22-d6miff 3w facturng Locomotive Engines, c, at his Works i t has ever ben rd in th it r o el O COlleges, an masters o scWs
-fers fas -who leave it lists at the office, (with E-doe E t a atrig L c m tv nie, ~- t hs ok t has ever been offered in this city; references o es
o. who leave ir sts at the_ office, c(with lobe Extr Broad street, the business will hereafter be conduct. ir advantagever similar inventions, can be given All customers who subscribe and take Ice iore recommended them to teach for tih
Col. J. G. George, | or at the Wardh se, fecan "P ROSPECTUS for the Extra Globe for 1839.- ed under the firm of Baldwin, Vail 'Hufty. by hundreds of lffithilies and hotels, who have them in' the 15th of June, wiil be charged the first nail- himself pointing out theiruties
have their good colIte and forwarded, ree oJ E. We lay before our Republican friends a sub- my 4-3tawlm use in this and mostof the southern cities. 5 sizes ed prices. that great rule. Me consly a
etarge, for drayage or commissions. scription paper for our cheap periodical publication, Fine ines always on hand. OLIVER EVANS, Orders for pure Schuylkill Ice can be left at S." Protestant faith, when it i well
Apply at No. 200lMarket street, or N. W. corner the Extra Globe." F U DUKE Wine Dealer 64 Dock stret offers for ap818-d2m 74 S. Front at. above Walnut. Dito's Grocery Store, inLocust street, No. 77, below change to the Roman Catholic for,
Broad an Cherry streets. During lh months when Congress is in session,we n ... .. s Ninth street. Also, with Mr. William Caries, Bolivar hi, -e As '.
p 20-dtf GEO. W. HARRIS. plish the "Congressional Globe," which gives a ale pe & oghead, or quarter Cask, UttO t ver. House, Chesut street, above 6th W Polock, of- would havebon the sures step
publishtolowing WW Z:AKKIE
LEECH & CO'S condensed reportof its proceedings weekly, t otir one the folo INE of high or lower grades, i EA anTable Spoons, Forks, Butter Knives, c fice 205 Chesnut street, next to Arcade. There isa mnt of the highest honor in the s
-... .. __ dollar. In the interval between the sessions of Con- Madeira of different Vintages, some ofwhich are very .. for sale at half the price of real silver, at person employed to receive all orders left at the a number of chapels to be establii
-" l!Wn. W. L iaMe to Pittsbulrg-. gross, we publish the "Extra Globe," for six months, old; pale, brown and gold Sherry Wms, of M. Lobo C. K. SERVOSS' above named places, and leave them at the office, No. to give facility for attending Divine
'VIA RAIL ROADS AND CANAL. containing the news, politic, public documents, and & Sons, Dastes & Soles, and Beighbedder's brands; Chea'p Looking Glass and Fancy Hardware Store, 37 Shippen street, twice a day. inall his works, refers the wonders
i The above line is now in ope- whatever else of interest appears in the Daily Globe superior old London Particular Teneriffe; fineold 29-d 60 north d street CHARLES FRANCIS & CO., the one tru sorc. He would
S ration. Th avethe for the same rice hese two publications are Grape Juice Port and Lisbon. 8 street
r of koad and Cherry streets, printed weekly, in book form, to render them conve M.rcha..s dso ohvg DAVID EVANS' any salary for administering to th
every af olioon, at 6 o'clock, antd go by Rail Road to nient r preservati and reference. Each number hoice W e, wou o welto ca as ove eore ATENTimproved WATER COOLERS, South- BARKOW' the Protestant eligien-but faithful
+ Cohntibu, at which place passengers take the boats contains 16 royal quarto pages. purchasing elsewhere. feb26dtf west corner of 2d street and Carter's alley. Patent CookIng Range. all the duties of this office with
-,n the canal, the next morning. t a The important elections which will take place da- l eeves & Son'S Pink Saucees. N. B.--The above article is allowed by all to be HE undersigned have made arrangements with showed that he had a much higher
SBythi line" passengers can take all their extraring the approaching summer and fall, will gi v e- EVES 4& SON'S Pink Saucers-100 dozen- the best article for the purpose now in use. the Patentee to make and vend the above arti. that of gain or reputation. Humi
baggagethrough with them, and a stove is provided riog A0 co r o g err rs usineg
ggaghrugh with them, and a stov is provided culiar value to the information to be derived omi just received and for sale by I persons are cautioned against malg or using cle. It is believed to be hperior in economy of fuel, liveness marked his character-hd
n each boat., for cooking. C this quarter during the canvass. The new phases of LIN US R. GILIAAMS, Druggst, .-- -the above article, ap 25-d3m and in the amount and convenience of cooking, to e correction of errors loried
Fereasomgo, apply at he onfep. No. 15 Chesniut parties in'i North. and the troubled aspect which Jsan 5-df -. 32 north 2d st. i w any apparatus that has yet been ofeed tothe public. o .e o e sr te


8j. 7%
as the only re. non --N. Y. Ewmng Po
he lived-one
he mistake, and 'is aaW
A'181,*G POFrAT011,-11 that if a potatoe
lid-planted in the botom Of, A *601, and as it ger-
minates it be repeate4ky e6ja9d' with'sarth, every
shoot will send forth tools, god produce fruit. if
this be the ctse,444 the 0Ponbmt is, worth try.
ier, of so xupe- hig, let soine of Vdr-96d*6Oiv-.pknt 'a row or two,
stamp him -as and as they grow. up, folle* thm with boards; MW.
i -cause of true Ung a long box,. wbich 15,11 jip, as in the case of the
mr, both pub. barrel. Lot sGine one try, 4t, -every one who
ipporter of the succeeds, may sentl us a bushA next fall for the
and New Tes- hint.
[in every part
rs to the heads AUERICAN -8L*WIN, 0 BILK MANUFAC.'
1, he strongly I,, "; TORY.
e love. ofGod, rM E subocriber takes pleasom toinform the pub.
accordi ngtb JL lie thai he has his silk- Actory now in full o e
ration, where slawirig aftcan' be had very cotole
dhered to the and shade that-inayhe wowetl..eithAk the pound,
known that a half pound or q'narter. TaiWs, mantuamakers and
of worship mil"eys--and all oi here that uW silk, can be- suppli.
to the attain."ed it 262 MsrketL stmew Vrithing stoma and store-
iate;he caftse'd keepers will fiod'it -their intoreqt1o call and su ply
themselves. aw j silk 'sold At the &66Y WTIr be
warranted-to be- o theibest quality.
Also, on recall, a few 402M poeket handkerchiefs,
made of American, 40L -
never receive 1 11, WILBANK.
e interests of' myl -d I'm' No.-= MWket street.
lly discharged PAPEX 8HEL6'AL'MQNDi3.
a zeal which t JBALIZ* Paper Sh6fled'Almen" Just mceiv-
0 ed and for sale by TM&IOMD,
ap 17-dtf 21 Chesfi ut Vt.
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"F -~ D~LrSHIP.D 'BY
MI FFIL IN & P AR-U-If,'
Pt siU~tftet~w fihe 'unite stlfes,
'19Q. 9U9.SOUTH OJECONID STit]ZZ~,
THIRD DOOR LIOVE WALNtP1'i

- AILY 1APE R-RighL UWIlkh per aflnUM.
kA'Rh.C TLN 56 A WSICEK-5 Dollars per annum.'
WVJhA.LY-Irwo Dollars pe'rnnum.,I
Fivabkt~ha~f yearly, in advaace.'
-PHILW61"LPHIAI
'Tuesda~y, IMay U9, 1S89.


'TC ,h R,4"tlNG J1ii-RoiAD,--We have re. out-door poor, though or an ins winter uM0au,u,
ceOv a-copy of a-pamphlet entitled The Read- February is regarded as the most pinching to the
-rieagail-road-; it s advantages for the cheap trans- necessitous. In March, however, when-he spring
Spo-, on of coal, as comparedwith the Schuylkill open' and business revives, the same officers paid
Navigation and Lehigh Canal-by X." It is ac- out professedly for the same puose, no less than
--mpanWi by a ma.,of Pensylvnila, New Jet five thousand dollars for the Charter Election of
y*.Marrand, part qf Virginia, ewYork and April, was at hand, and'votes were to be obtained.
So,.hwing the.lines of internal improvement, It will be seen that in October, 1838, a similar
as colnected with the mubjeet on which the writer ame ws played, preparatory tc the November
teti. The body of the pamphlet gives a vari election. In all the disclosures of political inimqui-
ofcalcalations, to show the cost of the road, the ty that have of late years come to the knowledge
expense of working it, and the reduction in the cost of the public, and they have been numerous enough,
.. of ranporting rodd other merwchandize which we4 donot remember any thimg so pitifully vile as
i> ieetadfrom -it;,,,the whode'ohlit a matter of this,


niaeth interest to the Philadelphi" public, while it
iao furnishes a great amount ireneral informs.
0 tLon 0 to Lqcootives, rail-ways, coal carriages,
-,, d other Matters of practical importance. This
- pamphlet.i n inscribed to Klihu Chauncey, Esq. and
is from the'press of HaswellH, Barrington & Has.
L IL is certainly one of the neatest publica-
tions, 'typogahically, that has ifmad from the
Ph ltipbia prehs and would show to advantage
even in a crowd of anuasl. *.

Mrr.TTAnT MY5A4ArZI, AmD RnZconn OF THE
"' VowLtTrggas olr TiE UITsi' STATZS," is the
lille of a' work, two numbers of which have appear-
ed, recently commenced in this city, by Mr. Wk.
M.HV ias No. 84, j8uble street. It jis to be
comprised in four volumes, royal quarto, issued
iaonthly numbers, each number to be embel-
lished with two or more fine full length figures,
fully dressed in the uniform -of the corps therein
described. The subscription price is five dollars a
year. The numbers already published contain
lithographic engravings'i0f the uniform of the First
Troop. The State PIbibles,being a portrait of Col.
James Page, t ie Washington Greys, the German
Washington Rifle Corps, with interesting historical
sketches of theta associations. This work de-
serves to bu liberally patronised by the volunteers
throughout the country. Ii po~esea many attrac-
tiqns for all who feel an interest irl the subject to
which it is devted,'and the first numbers shew
10Wat it wtl be valuable in many respects, to the
general readoTps well as tolthe volunteer.

S"ATLIN'A InrDrAr LrEcTURzs.-On reference
'tothe advertisement in another column, it willbhe
see that Mr. Catlin, in compliaice with numer-
ous &lie; tieus'from heads of families and others,
will repeatli b course of lectures on the Indians,
ooamnuening On Wednesday ,evening next *t the
FIranklinnfusitute. The two courses already giv-
eUn were-attended by large and' brilliant audiences,
and we doubt not, that the repetition will be equal-
ly sueegsskL These lectures are peculiarly inter-
eating. Thy furnish information not to be obtain-
ed by other leans, and the explanations of the
speaker, -g_4B'adeo remarkably impressive and
ygreea!' -"^ '^ play of paintings, costumes,
wait., which are brought forward
ia iMu 410i111arks. The satisfaction de-
rved fro0 rr.C Gatlin, was evident fm
thie fact that hil audiences inereasd. rapidly n ilt
after ni0bl,

iB1jtrat H t tLirz.-The NoeW York
Iher folloH,:-A broker, named Tyson,
hberetofore maintained a high character,
tbly eonnecied in business, and
^ l{e~aneions are highly respectable,
^ent a ilthas'outh--some, say as far
Sas. as was auscerteined on Friday
>>rlM>J |||Bt, ewgrtr by a seies of


jlH ptpprfimrstdiscovered to be forged,
f ws-aneminent Wall street house, for
tt^ ia~Itc' h Peeo gotiated at one oflte
uen ibout $73,p00 worth of fur.
kii hcovored and, a be was not
t"e kind oft$wcty' oad his reputa-
*ta v^pt ^4tyi?to& --that th -as not.
t*oppedsalt~t hitinleb oif thaousands. -


STarE RAc5CM-PAI t in iAi~i
TotaaRi.--,-Thae teurs of -the turf, should bear
S In indh.he Ai oter the Ca0/ deo and
PBasarphisamCoMeommeIWe to-day, at4 o0e o',
c Th. *Th prtleutilars uLy be seen on reference
"! t'r advertsing odlmns, and it is anticipated
.hat p p iritd and animating coitemt will take placa4
.Th Pennsylvania match and sweepstakes give ex-
SeiletAo the sports of the day. We understand
Okal am psMal nermber of fins horses are on the
'ii*j dlj ,thro ba i, much. ranger muster of fine
ha4, n on any previous oeeaion, and as the
;-eatlht promises farbly, th- whole meeting
St'.ig doutless bq a brilliant Ine, o

% Wo lear, sys the Icennebee Journal, from a
-gettfean who anrredfMnm Quebe c last week, by-
'ie f emi a that the Bitish are about com-
mencinmgW 'a' rt. t Mdawadsst. It is to be called
,B'aet i te trl, are to be eight feet thick.--
j'ki. t f~sme diub&" the Journal adds,." whe-
*--tir te home government will enter fully into the
wi.em.f tmh pmoineials in forTfying their position
"&, o 'efito.ryr--4hlvtis, unhlss our- goonertimaR-
A0M ld lWhidpardouably remiss in its duty. If the
Briisbh wish to build a fort and make us a present
44pt ias a4iet for Fort Bluader, (Rouse's Point)
eKht veyb wwell." '1
.. ..i "' .' : + .

h-A' vtxeTo."--'rhe!Tew York Despateh
*RAW$ that Ianel Oolaii, No, 9 Astor Build-
S ;fti, about tolpublishlathe .diseourse recently de-
.J 'iviJi., hat,ctty, by John Qaincy Adams, ot_
-k e.iiei e f iftieth ana*versmry. of the inau.-
gfbtJ/a tsf W slzington. Tihe volume will like-
s aitet aNI fRi c41.ountol the f.atival- iug
all epdan pwdei one hundred pages. It Is to
.slistaed in an elegant form, and to be embelhed
i.,th 4t1p lithbogapbio portrait. Tw%`edlWons
nMa 'oe Alenej4S wam wS'ud e-
,-~ar wt ....* 'a -


'e lrM ^ P B '. eNwM l b wat t h e -h a t "o
bi~gjkf rWt foM e 'ft* yN of Robinson


S PFrom the New York E*ening Post.
The truth cannot be too often pressed upon
men's minds, that there is no difference between
private and political honesty; that he who violates
the obligations of morality in what regards the
Public, is as much an offender as hlie who violates
Them in his (trnsactions with an individual; that he
- who coins or pinpates a falsehood for political ef-
Sfeet, is as wickedaliar as he who does it to serve
'-a private purpose; and. that a knave in public life is
truly and essentially a knavea, even though the
fear of exposure and infamy nmay keep him passa-
bly honest in his private transactions.
The commissioners of the Almshouse who have
just been dismissed from office, must have forgot.
ten this truth. They must have entertained the
notion that profligate conduct in a public office was
not as deserving of infamy as in private life, or
they would not have ventured upon the course of
conduct which the new Mayor, Mr. Varian, expo-
sed in his late message to the Con.mon Council.
We publish a schedule annexed to the mes-age,
furnished by the comptroller of the city, showing
the amount of money expended monthly for the re-
lief of the out-door poor, during eleven months of
the past year. Here it is:
"Amount paid by the Commissioners of the
Almshouse, for the relief of out-door poor, from
May 1, 1838:
May, 1838 $814 86
June 648 09
July 3705 33
August : 2135 40
SSeptember 1042 60
October 6318 51
November 4330 63
December 1978 56
January, 1839 -1756 5.
February 535 88
March 5197 20

S $28,463 56
On looking at this schedule, it will appear that
in the month of September last, while the elections
were yet remote, the relief administered to the out-
door poor, was comparatively sparing, amounting
only to about a thousand dollars. But in October,
the month previous to the election, when the
weather was yet mild, when commerce was active,
and when the opportunities of employment for the
poor were greater than they had been at any time
in the whale year, the expenses for the relief of the
out door poor, suddenly swelled to more than six
tho-imd. Just on the-eve ofanelection the Corn-
miss Rera of the Almshouse discovered, that there
was an immense number of distressed persons to
relieve, and the city funds were accordingly lavished ,
without stint. The election took place in the
second week of November, which accounts for the
continuance of the same profuse expenditures dur-
ing a part of the month.
But when the election was over, the commission-i
ers immediately J,4racted their bounty. Thec
cold of'last Deceliber, the coldest month of lastI
winter, a month in which the poor had much more
occasion for relief than in any of the autumnal
months, chilled their charities. The expenses for.
relief to the out-door poor did not amount to two
thousand dollars. In Januaiy they were still less,
and in February they sank to five hundred.
,9.Bru 111etarch camie on and the April election


retvived. Our readers all remember the extraordi-
nary mildness of the last March, a month with a
temperature quite as bland as that oflpril usually
is, in which little huel is necessary, and the child.
dren of poor families were of choice, all day in the
open air. The genial weather softened the hearts
of the Almshouse Commisioners, and the monthly
exAtres for relieving the. out-door poor, from five
hundred dollars in the inclement month of Februa-
ry, became five thousand in the month of March.
There is but one explanation that can be given
of expenditures so profuse and so preposterously
unmseasonable. The money was expended, not with
a regardto the wants andjust clai |Kof the poor,
but with a view of affecting the election and secur-
ing a majority who would continue'tlhe Almahouse
ooemmipsioners in their places. If the same vil.
lany, Ihe same disregard of right and justice; 'had'
been displayed in a private transaction, It would
have consigned them to infamy for life. We now
sIdlm y eighty thousand persons out of. the popu-
lah of the city, as stated-in the report of the Se-
cretary of State, were relieved In one year as pau-
peri.. -

An English paper says that successful experi-
ments had been made, showing that a harpoon of
12 lb. weight can be fired out of a piece of artillery'
with perfect precision, and driven with great force
into a whale 'at- the distance 'of forty' yards. If
this moderof harpooning should be adopted, the
perils ofthe whale fishery would be greatly "dimin-
ished, and the business tight be carried on in gun
boats. ____


w:r' '* '
r.LE OF RAiL EaTATZ -M. Thomas & i61se
sale this evening at the Philadelphia Exchange,
commences at 8 o'clock. It wjH comprise, in
addition to the city property, a small country resi-
dence in Haddington, and nine brick houses in
Nortistown, -tOee Advertisement. ..

Ina (he case ef the Commonwealth. vs. Russeo
Jartap, on a charge of libel against Dr. Huet;, the
Grand Jury returned the bill ignored, op Saturday,
and the prosecutor, Araold KitAiaine, to pay The


44-CL AMONG Tlik PROPHITs.-Ex-President
Houston, of Texos, has joined a temperance socie-
ty, and delivered several lectures in favor ofthe
cause of temperance,

We copy the following article fro u the oN*
Y f ispatch.b u. -"
l o ate f the HsrnL-', bujoo fresh in
the eBmoryof the surviving Imends of those who
..;i,a,.l in t. ha II l.min of war Homnet. in the


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PoLiTic AL M AAEM X Nr.--- o-. have recent-
ly copied several articles from the Albany Argus,
shewing the gross abuses perpetrated by the federal
whig rulers of that city. to preserve their places, and
we sub)join from the Evening Post, a curious ex-
position in reference to similar practice-. on a larger
scale in the city of New York. These acts are
brought home so clearly that no one can doubt that
the fundsti of the corporation were perverted from
their legitimate purpose, to aid a'desperaie aneinia k-
ing party, and that, under the guise of charity, the
individuals referred to, were g of the grossest
briberytogain votes. Luekil'i Ber, they were
defeated, and the whole matter dragged to light,
so that the people of New York are enabled to see
how there clamorers for popular favor, dieharged
the duties entrusted to them. The reader will ob-
serve 'that in February of the present year'ne New
York Alms House Commissioners disbursed but
little-over five hundred dollars for the relief of the
- --- -_ _C- 11- -- AI....


When the paperwal presented the )ug$o Aahv--
cate stated that hbe could ,nosSjv any specification
of the charges. 'Tht it was a general inquiry into
the official conduct of Comn. lliott, and that every
ground of complaint muse. inquired into, as it
should be elicited from the witnesses in the course
of examination. The Court then said that if the
Judge Advocate could comply with the request of
Comn. Flliott, it would be a great convenience to
'all concerned, and promote economy of both time
and expense; but as the Judge Advocate could not,
from the nature of the inquiry, comply with the re.
quest, the Court would give Comn. Elliott ample
time to prepare for his defence. The President of
the.tourt wished Comn. liliott to file t4p first part
of the qbqvp pqper relqtivp to he form of inquiry,
in order that the attention; of the Navy Department
might be called to itevpecqliar character; hut Comn.
Elhiott, firing that the nature of the paper might
be misundevstoodoif but a pait ofwIt wre published,
declined and at the suggestion of the Court, with
theconcurrence of the Judge Advocate, the whole
paper was withdrawn.
So far s this charge from being well founded,
Corn. EAlitt wished his whole life to be enquired
into,and bad in attendance upon the Court,witnesses
summoned at his request to give testimony relative
to the affair of Like Erie, which the Court dis
charged on the ground that all matter was preclud-
ed which was not included [n the order of the De-
partment convening the Court.
It may be proper here to state that alw Courts of
Inquiry hereitofore have been called to enquire into
the conlduet ofthb accused on specific chtrges-statA-
ed with precision 4s to time and place, or into a
specific and insulated trnsactionsuch as tle loss of
a ship-the failure of an expedition; and that there
iAs no jtanpoe of an inquiry like this of Cam, Elliott,
which is inquisitcrioal=- into bis whole conduct dur
ing a cruise of-four year.,. and searching into all
-his relations, public and private. To" all which,
Comn. Elfiott makes no objection, and will cheerful-
ly abide the result. -

SThe Washington Globe, in publishing the apo-
1logy which w4W made the other day by the govern-
meat of Upper Canada, for the outrage committed
by a body of Canadian militia on the steameboat
Stephen Girard, justly obmerves;
:,A-usseful lesson is thus taught to many of the
defamers of Americiean government, as it seems ma-
nifept that somen lawless and violent people exist
on the Canadian side,and sometimes commit aggres.
sions on our peaceful commerce and citizens even
across, the, border. Less taunting remarks should
be used both in Canada and England, in regard to
the ability ofaur officers, entirely to prevent every
kind of excitementor outbreakion so extended a
front*r. The English and Canadians, w'p can-
not prevfht such attacks as that, oa the Wtep da
Git ard,o wvb viMhrtltaflm(t ofCanada, and with
a powerful military to aid the civil authorities,
.should not, from their glass houses, throw stones
_-., A t ...... ^V -T..- f-.-*.--- IL. ,<=-L.a r.ll-


Penisylvranfia islatrne.
(Correspondenci' of the Pesiylvanian.)
HAnBISBUaG, May 20th, 1839.
The following preamble and solution was of-
fered on Saturday in the Senate, by Mr Wilhanme.
-of Allegheny: "
Whereas, the editor od' a certain newspaper enti-
tled the Keystone, printed in the borough of Harris-
btrg, hast undiler the color of a speech, pretended
to have been delivered in the Senate of Pennsylva-
nia,,by Thos. C. Miller, a member thereoffrom the
county of Adams, published a foul and infamous
libel on several of its members, reflecting, by the
-,arseness and indecency of its language, the high-
est discredit upon the character for equity and de-
corum of the body in which the same is alleged to
have been delivered; and whereas, the said Thomas
C. Miller, by his declaration, that he had not seen
the said publication until it appeared in the col-
umns of said paper, connected with his refus-al ei-
ther to avow or disavow the same, hath shrunk
from the just responsibility to which he has been
thereby exposed, and authorized the inference that
he is either ignorant of the writer or anxious to
screen him from the animadversion which he has
deserved, or perhaps not altogether unwilling to
share the honor, if any, of the paternity of the said
publication ,; therefore,
Resolved, That a committee be appointed by the
Senate, whose duty it shall be to inquire whether
the aforesaid libel, or any of like character was ut-
tered on the floor of this Senate, and if not, by
whom, or under whose authority the same Wass
written and published, and how far the privileges
of the Senate are affected thereby, and what order
aught to be taken in the premises-with power to
send for persons and papers.
This subject renewed the fiery spirit of the
buck-shot war.
Mr. Brown spoke with great aniumation, ani-
madverting sevAely upon the proposal to call
members of Senate to account for every reported
publication of their speeches, when it was known,
vell known to all senators, that they ate seldom or
never presented in a fair, a proper position before the
public. That they are made to say things which
hey never thought of, and which 'as honorable
senators none are capable of saying. He could not
believe that senators would voft for the preamble,
n which it is charged upon the senate U Ad-
&me, of being guilty of a base libel upon the Seh-
te. He did not understand the propriety and
ustness of first making a direct charge of so seri-
us and flagrant a nature, and then to appoint a
committee to inquire whether the facts positively
barged were so or not.
Ho contended that this course was an invasion
f the privilege of senators-he severely rebuked
he practice of reporters,'sb prevalent, of perverting
he speeches of membetgtrad making them appear
o be what they really arh not!-
AS I stated in my previous letter, a very anima-
eJ debate ensued, which was suspended for the -
resent by an adjournment. We may expect, un- J
iss this resolution &c. is withdrawn, which is not ]
ery likely, that We shall have a war of words-a ]
'asto of time and the people's money, equal to ]
tat which has been exhibited in the pretended
iscuszion of the bill to pay the troops.,

Attention is due to the following matter concern.
ig Commodore Elliott, with which we are favored I
om a proper source. Editors who have promulg-
d the charge which our correspondent shews to be I
founded, should do the accused the justice to
irrect the error. Public opinion in his case, l
whether right or wrong, needs no further stimulant
o his prejudice.-Nat. Gaz.. J
COMMODORE ELLIOTT.' J
A statement has been published in the Alexan-' J
ria Gazette, that Commodore Elliott has in the
ending inquiry, endeavored to avail himself of
chnical grounds, to avoid an inquiry into his
induct. This statement is entirely unfounded. The
Blowing is a copy of the paper presented by Comn.
lliott to the Court. I
"The precept convening the Court of Enquiry
This case, authorises them to enquire into specific t
implaints and charges preferred and exhibited a* r
Linst Captain Jesse D. Elliott, which are set forth, d
nd also to enquire in-o the official conduct gene- e
tlly of the said Captain Jesse D. Elliott, while
mmanding the United States Navalforces in the t
4editerrunean Sea, in the ,ears 1835, 1836,1837,
838.' The letter of the Secretary of the Navy, of P
e 22d April, 1i 839, extends this enquiry to 'his "
conduct while commanding the Constitution in
amplton Roads.' n
"With great respect for the authority from whbeh e
e order organizing the Court emnauatedand a pro- ti
ir diffidence in his own judgment, Capt Elliott J
ares that this genera[ form of enquiry is not in ae- -e
dance with precedent or authority; but he di..- p
nctly -oaives any objection thereto, and desires d
at every ground of complaint may be fidly in- c
tired into. In order, however, to prepare for his r
fence, he requests a specification of the charges
id complaints intended to be exhibited and prefer J
il against him, under the general clause above g
ioted, as well as the names of the accusers (if any)
d of the wiinegsse intended to be respectively ex-


10 "
6 49
6 "
18 "
3 "
1 day.
fined $5.
2 months.
fined I ct.
2 months.
fined $1


-J"T-orth .American.

DEMOCRATIC U -O1N ASSOCIATION.
A; a s'aiaed meeting of-the Democratic Union Ae-
ociation, held on Wednesday eveniqgj, May 15.1834,
he following resolutions were of -d by Wm. C.
Parker, adopted, and ordered to be published:
Whereas. The system of the Slate subscribing for
he stock of private corporations, which was comn-
nenced under the Federal adm nistration of Joteph
Ri:ner, and continue I by each successive Legislature
luring his term of office, is a corrupt, pernicious and
extravagant species of legislation;
And whera-s, The parties who instigated this sy'.
em, now design to make the State liable for the in-
erest on loans, which were mad for the alleged
purpose of carrying on pretended public improve-
nents.
Therefore, Resolve I, That in accordance with the
first principles of Dem(tcracy,which contemplate eco-
nomy in all the operations of government, becefise
extravagance creates a necessity for taxation, and
axes, no matter how, livied, are oppressive upon
hose who constitute The bone and sineW. of the
country, we rtspeealy urge upon the democratic
members in the S ,. nd House of Representatives,
Particularly those rep4senting the county of Phila.
elphia, an unceasing opposition to all measures cal
ulsied tv increase the State debt, or to waite its
evenies in aidmgporrupt arid useless cerbrations.
Resolved, That we hold all persons who spend their
nme in boring for Bank Charters, L'ana Companies,
iud Canals, or any other special privileges, as ene-
lies to democracy, and l'theinterests of the people.
SANDREW MILLER, President.
WMa. GILMOE, S.cretaries..


The Court of Oyer and Terminer has been ftr a
week past engaged in the trial of John Ror, for the
murder of Patrick Kelly, which was oa Saturday
terminated by a verdict of guilty of manslaugh-
ter.
The onHce took nlace in Kensington, in August,
1837, and the dejendant fled from the city,not raurn-
ing until Oetol, 1838. when he was arrested-a re-
ward of$3'JO0 having been offered for 'his apprehen.
sion, by. Governor Ritner. The prisoner had been a
manof respectability and good connexions; and was
ably defended by Messrs. F. W. Hubbell and W. W.
Haley; while the prosecution was zealously, ably and
eloquently pressed by Mr. G. W. larton, the Attor-
ney General,
Judge Kini's charge tQ the jury was intelligent
and lucid, arid seemed to tend to ths verdict after-
wards given.
Mr. Graft, the president of the jury, stated to the
court that the iury unanimously recommended the
prisoner tQ the clemency of the court, and hoped the
court would give him the shortest time ipossible.-
Sentinel.

The CAnadian Mail Robbery, perpetrated a few
weeks since, and at first attributed to Bill Johnson,
and other Americans,turns out to have been achiev-
ed by individuals residing in the vicinity of the
"scene of action." The principal agent in the vil.
lany was a fellow calling himself sometimes Wash-
ington Millis, and at other times, by a variety of oth-
er names. He had recently married a certain wi.
dow Beach, who lives on one of the thousand Isl-
ands. Suspicion was directed to him by his pur-
chasing cattle, and making his payments in Canada
-Baq .,ney. The cattle had not been taken away
by. llis,,and the venders were indqeed by the she-
rift to hind the money they had received over to
him. The4Montreal Herald says that theiail bag
has been recovered, with a considerable amount of
the mopey.-N. Y. Sim.

Mr John Brown Boreland of Borgue, has a ewe
which has recently brought forth three 140, and
the yearlings are all thriving. This is thefourth
time, in succession, that the s5jde proliso animal
has produced=f 4eqtal numq.and the whole of
the twelve're 'd maturity.

Cut ~ oixPo.- Sinclair satys there are thousands
who keep grooms to curry their horoes, who would
add ten years to thrfi own comfortable existence if
they would employ-but one-to curry themselves
night and morning with a flesh brush. "


-_ ,^ v _t.
S COL: R. M. JOHNSON-
Tho last Kentucky Gazette contains an article
in relation to the nomination of this gentleman, as
a candidate for re-election to the office of Vice Pre-
sident. The editor intimates that he has had a
conversation with Co. 3, and& that he expressed a
desire to reaire to private life; yet be said he was
entirely in the hands ofhia democratic friends. If
the democrats throughout the Union thought he
could be of any advantage to them, he was willing
to be again nominated,-if they thought that the
nomination of some other genrteinii would tend to
give greater strength to the democratic cause, he
should be perfectly satisfied to retire.
This is precisely the language we should expect
from that pure patriot and honiorable man. Col.
Johnson is an ardent lover of his country, and of
Usher democratic institutions; and he would never,
,merely for his own gratification, insist that the-ile-
mocratic party should pursue a course which might
by any possibility be detrimental to either.
The whig papers which have heretofore abused
the old hero in the most shiamiJl manner, have
lately changed their tune, and with a mean hypoc-
risy peculiarly their own, ate complaining that the
democratic party desire to "-dftwt him aside." We
presume Col. J. does -not require their sympathy.
We have seen no desire evinced+ by the democrats
to "thrust him aside. It has be6n generally under-
stood,that he was not desirous o N ing a candidate
again, consequently several *'her distinguished
democrats have been named as- competent to dis-
charge the arduous and responsible duties, whiAc
he has so well performed biasf. We do not call
this ",thrusting him aside."-Ohio Statesman.

THE WoXs 9AND THE Liwzxs.-We perceive,
with regret, that the large black worm which in-
fested&the Linden trees last yewr, and ate like an
elephant, has already made its appearance, with an
appetite like a saw' mill. 9r. Hart, who has the
care of the trees in Independence" Square, and in
front of the State House, is doing.battle'upon these
enemies in 'high places,' and witlr we hope, be able
to keep them in some che especially as he pur.
poies administering an ear dose of tobacco. The
remedy is almost as bad as the disease, but the
trees must be saved. ,,+
We are particular to state these things, because
we recollect that last year these same politic worms
got possession of a row of beftiful Lindens in
Chestnut below Tenth street, and stripped them as
bare as if lire had gone over them. They destroy-
ed every leaf of these trees with as much care and
attention, as the Mahomedan conquerors did the
leaves of the Alexandrian Library. Prompt atten-
tion must be bestowed upon these marauders, or
they will again have possession of the trees and
side walks.-United States Gazedie.

CLiMiNYrAL. CoURT-May Term.-The follow-
ing persons were sentenced before the Criminal
Court on Saturday last:
Foseph White, larceny, 12 months.
James Moles, do 12 "
Elizabeth Gibbs, do 12 "
Priscilla Thomas, do 12
Patrick Donahue do 18 "
Wm. Brown, three indictments for


"The inhabitants of Rheims had been so long
afflicted with scrofulous diseases, that they main-
tained a hospital for the sole purpose of curing such
patients. They then made use of no other water
than what they had from their wells.' After a ma
,chine was constructed, which broug: the water
from a neighboring river, and distr it into all
quarters of the city, it was observed that scrofu-
lous disorders became less common, and the
space of thirty years, the number of these patients
was reduced one half of what it had ally been;
it continued to decrease so fast as to gile occasion
for thinking that the greater part of theIvenues
oTdthe hospital might be applied to other p1poges."
-Amnoirs of the Royal Society of Medicine at
Parts.

A singular cure is related in the Boston Medical
Journal, of a child three years old-who was under
medical treatment for nearly five months, the prin-
cipal affliction being spells of coughing, which oc-
curred two or three times a day, and lasted from
one to two hours at a tinm. His disease assumed
various appearances, sometimes indicating worms,
then a violent cold, then asthma, and at last croup.
Every possible remedy was adopted, as the symp-
toms changed, to eradicate the disorder, but the
childedid not recover until during one of the cough-
ing spells.Which continued violently for half an
hour, he W ted part of a nut shell, a quarter &an
inch squaW Relief was instantaneous, and the
little patient recovered immediately.-Boston
Transcript.

ierr mbure their charities by a peculiar stand-
ard. A man who has but a dollar in his pocket
would give a penny for almost any purpose. If he
had a hundred dollars, he might give one; carry it
lgher, and there comes a falling off. One hundred
dllars would be considered too large a sum for him
who has ten thousand, while a lpsent of one thou-
sand would be deemed almost miraculous from a
man worth one hundred thousand-yet the pro-
portion js the same throughout, and the poor man's
penny, the widow's mite, is more than the rich
man's high-sounding, and widely trumpeted bene-
faction.-Bufalonian. .

THE WATER PINK.
It is difficult in sodie cases to draw the line
between the animal and vegetable kingdomsi.-


The sensitive plant possesses qualities which en-
A liti oy, the son of a deputy bark -inspector, title it to rank in both, but the most curious
Kensington, was missed on Friday afternoon, and combination of vegetable and animal properties
all search for him proved to be fruitless. On Sat. is met with in the Water Pitnk, and the animal
urday fo papn, his hat rose to the top of the wa. grass which grows in Port Mahou in the island
ter, near where some men were caulking a vessel, of Minorca. They are thus described by Mr.
and his body, after some search, was grappled up. Jones in his sketches of -Naval life:
He mustrate fallen from t*e staging and sunk un- As I sauntered along the rTe the Barber,
observed, although twenty men were standing -ny attention was drawn to a&eautWul Hower at
within afew yards of the place from which the lit-, the bottom, where- the water was nearly a fa-
tie fellow most have fallen.-U. S. Ga.zette. thorn it de&i -It grew on a stalk about three-
-- 4 nhrlithsa of' innh in diameterL -and about tm


From the Globe.
LATE CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION IN
ADAMS AND FRANKLIN.
The number of illegal votes or-rather ballots, put
into the b-.xes at Millerstown,if we remember right-
ly, was aliut ONE THOUSAND. It is a mater o per-
tect notoriety, that this fraudulent exces of ballots
counted out of the boxes atMillerstjwn, beyond the
well ascertained number of legal voters in the pre-
c net, was-the work of a gang o. rail-road hands,
brought from Maryland, ar:d other'places, by THAD-
DEUS STFrVENS Even of these there were not near
enough to show a man for each ballot. Being stran-
gers, they voted over and ovi r again, the STEVENS
judges.not caring to recognize or challenge them.-
The previous election, as well as the Senatorial elec-
tion, since the -last Cungressional election, (if we
have not been misinformed,) show that the deduc-
tion of the spurious vote at Millerstown puts the oust-
ed Democratic -meiaber,-Dr. SIIAEFFER, in a majori-
ty ia the district. When the concurrent proof of
tlrese successive polling makes this manite-t, and
when. the enormous fraud at MillerstoANn is esta-
blished so mincontestably as to defy even the hirdi-
hood of STEVENS 0io question it, we think Dr. SHARF-
FErt owes it to the legitimate constituency of hls dii-
ti ict to assert their rights before Congress, and have
the election set aside. It is due to the public morals,
apart from all political interests,to expose and defeat
the ci iminal profligacy, which assails private vir.ue
as well as political rights, upon such a who!eiale
scale.
The Lancaster Intelligencer presses this ourseon
Dr. SnAEFFER; and although we know, for himself,
he is not solicitous about a seat in Congress,and that,
therefore, it will be onerous to him to take the trou-
ble of defeating the frauds of the enemy, and only
advantageous to the pub ic,we cannot but'hope that,
for the latter consideration, he will si'crifice his feel.
ings, and pursue the suggestion contained in the hI-
lowing:
Prom the Lancaster Intelligencer.
"THE ADAMS AND FRANKLIN CONGRES-
SIONAL DISTRICTS.
"The election of Mr. Cooper over Dr. Shaefflr, the
late Congress:bnal Representative from the above
district, was .ffcted, solely, by the vote at the Mil-
lerstown poll. The Opposition, themselves, aduit
thi..: And since it is notorious that this vote was
wholy illegal, we have mo:.e than once wondered
whether Mr. Shaeffer intended contesting the seat of
Mr. Cooper. The people of the State, at large, who
have looked at this matter,and convinced themselves
of the naked fraud, which, under the auspices of
Thaddeus S.evens, was carried out in the Millers-
town d strict, a fraud unequalled in political annias,
expect Dr. Shaeffer to contest Mr. Cooper's seat.
We makj the suggestion, and hope that it will be
acted upon."

Buz!--The following are the latest facts we
have seen recorded by the English penny-a-li-
ners:
There was sold lately, at an auction in London,
the wig worn by Queen Elizabeth-the same that
she threw at the head of Lord- Essex. Her most
gracious little Majesty Victoria, who, by the way,
inherits a goodly position of Betsey's spirit, gave
500 for it. At the same auction, John Liston,
the celebrated comedian, gave seventy guineas'
for an apple, preserved in spirits-the identical pip-.
pin, which falling, led Sir Isaac Newton to disco-
ver the laws of gravity.

Deserters.-Two of the United States soldiers,
we are informed, were this day," drumm'd" out of
the barracks for desertion. After an infliction of
corporeal punishment, by administering fifty lashes,
branding, and shaving of the head, they were
marched out of the ground at double quick time,
with soldiers with 'fixed bayonets following after,
and escorting them. They felt seriously the dis-
giace brought upon themselves-and we are- ad
to state, for the reputation of the brave and hardy
soldiery who compose our army, that instances of
this kind are of rare occurrence.
We copy the foregoing from the Detroit Morn-
ing Post, and we hope a portion of the statement
is incorrect. We have no objections to the drum-
ming out of the deserters from among their honor-
able and well behaved comrades; it is just what
such scamps deserve, and we have nothing par-
ticular to object, to the shaving of the head, but if
it be true that the iash and the branding-iron are in
the-habit of being applied to the persons of Ameri
can soldiers, it is utterly disgraceful to the service,
and to the country, and if there be a regulation of
the Army by which such atrocious proceedings
are warranted, it is quite time they were rescinded.-.
Shoot a soldier if you please, imprison him-do
any thing with him that is necessary to punish his
crimes; but to whip or to brand him, no tribunal,
civil or military, has the right to do-even if a
law of Congress were to authorize it. The Con-
stitution of this country, in our opinion, protects
every American citizen from such a punishment-
especially while in the service of th*,United States.
-X/. Y. GaZ.
Opposition to Van Amburghl.-Duriq the. past
winter Mr J. C. Carter has been qall1shing the
citizens of this city, with his daring-teats in the
way of entering the cages of lions, tigers, etc., and
exhibiting ,he most surprising self-possession in
their presence,.and it has astonished all who have
seen hint, to witness with what daring fearlessness
he controlled them. Mr Uarter is now about visiting
Europe with a cag, of lions, tigers, and leopard ,,
to the number of twvelve or thirteen, jumbled to-
gether, with the view of giving a touch of his pe-
culiar powers to the European public. He expectsj.
Ln aaiLfrom New York direct for Havre. with tftli'


STATE OF


May


THE THERMOMETER.
9 otclock. 12 o'clock. 3 o'clock
60 63 69
65 7r 65
60 63 62
f-6 75 78
7W 8 -. 74
67 73 72
58 68 66


May 20.
RXPORTE BY TITE BOARD Of BnROKXRe.
$2350 State Fives, 1858 100 100
I shares United States Bank 118* 100
61 do Mechanics' Bank 440 35
58 do Girard Bank 49J 50
100 do do 10dsobo 50
70 do Exchange Bank Pitts. 47J 50
48 do Kentucky Bank, 90 100
5 do Vicksburg Bank C & P 61* 100
4 do Schuylkill Nay 1171 50
3.2 do do 90dsso 116J
100 do do 6 moss o 116
10 do do 117
20 do Camden & Amb 30 da 1301 100

SALXaS MAY 18 AT THE Sxcoin BoAvB.
2 shsUIJSBank 1181 100
100 do Plant Bank, Miss 84 100
3 do Girard Bank, 491 50
5 do Ches & Del Canal 20


S SALES AT NEW YORK-May 18.
580 she Del & Hud Canal 81
10 do Ohio Life & Trust Co *
85 do Kentucky Bank
34 do Lafayette Bank, Cia
125 do Mohawk R R 641
70 do N J Rail Road & T Co
S105 do Stonington Rail Road
475 do Harlem Rail Road 59-
130 do4jtica R R 123
210 do Patterson R R 68
16 do Boston & Providence RR


81
1051
891
92
66
101*
36k
60
1231
68k
1071


IAR 6IED.
On the 16th inst., by the Rev. W. H. Furness, Mr
MARCUS G. HEILNER, of Mineditville, Schuylkill co,
to MisS SXLVINA M. BUTLER, youngest daughter of
*the late Zebulon Butler, Esq. 6t"Wilkesbarre, Pa.
At Hartsville, Bucks coton the 16th inst., by thq.
Rev. J. P. Wilison, EDWARD G. SMITH, M. D., of this
city, to LOUI4A M., daughter of Daniel Steinmetz,
Esq. of the former place.
On Thursday evening, the 16th irut., by the Rev.
P. F. Mayer, AUGUSTUS B. SiII'PLEY, to ELEONOAA,
daughter of Nathan it. Potts. Esq.
On ihe evening of the 16th inst, by the Rev. A. C.
Thomas, Mr. ANDREW GARRETT, to Miss CATIHARINE
A. PETERMAN, both of this cily.
On the evening of the 16th inst., by the Rev. Dr.
Ducachet, recior of St. Stephen's Church, Mr. AL-
BERT H1. SHOOK, of Norfo'k, Va., to Miss CAROLINE
WHITLEY, of this city.

D1LU.
On Sunday evening, 19th inst., in the 70th year of
his age, JOHN HORNER, Esq., long a respectable mer-
chant ofthis city.
-'ckiends and acquaintances, are respectfully in-
Sattend hi.s funeral, this afternoon, at 4 o'clock,
tS residence, No. 489 Market *eet, with-
UIijs notice....
.. .. .nan thn ;63d year of his age, Au-

;''s friends and aaqudantances, are respectfully in-
vits t:aattend his ftmeral, from his late reideancse,
No 173 south 5th st., to-morrow afternoon, at 5 o'-
clock.
Hlis Maconic Brethren generally, particularly those
of Columbia Mark Lodge, No. 91, and Mount Morinh
Lodge, No. 155, are respectfully invited to attend.
At Hallowell, Maine, on tVWednesday, the 15th
inst, at 9 A. M., CHAR, YVAUGHAN, Esq. (brother of
John Vaughan, Esq. of this city,) in the 80th year of
his age. .

Ph.Itiadelpila Board of 'irade.
Monthly Committee.
JACOB3 M. THOMAS, GEORGE H. MARTIN,
S JACO' LEVERING.
-owlet I"gs,


+ cLetter Bags,
Jit the Philadelphq Exchanre.
Ship Levant, McDowell, QaM..on. soon
Barque Coosa, Mow, Rio do Janeiro, May 16
Barque Amelia,'. M. Ssge, Hamburg, soon
Brig Martha Ann White, 'aynter, 't'alermo, soon
Brig Pacific, Latour, Bftdeaux, soon
Brig Jos. Richards, (ne ia ith, ftirleston, soon
Brig5Grecian, Laront, New Orleans, soon
LrAll Letters ignd4li to beol6rwarded by thd'Li-
verpool Packets, did other vessels advertised in thi
above list, must be left at the Foreign Letter Offict
'up astirs, Philadelphia Exchange, and not dropped irt.
dhe Office below. .

i.ort of Philada.--May 21.

ARRIVED.
Ship Italy, Miller, 21 days4,n New Orleans, with
pork, cotton, sugar, lead, &c. -l nmuel Comley.
Spnish mistico Emilio, ca4iMJose Maria, 53 ds
from Barcelona, wjh wine, brandy and almonds, to J.
B. M'Ilvaine & So,
# Brig Cuba, Shinkland, from Trinidad de Cuba., 4th
inst. with molasses and honey, to Clement &' New-
man.
Brig Peru, Crosby, 5 days from Boston, with mdze
to Palmer & Hale. ,I ,
French brig Louise, Anizon, 3 days from N. York,
vhtt ballast to E. Hogedorn.
SSchr Canary, Pleasants, 10 days from Havana, with'
sugar, &c. to Jno F. Ohl.
Schr Henry Camerdon, Lumbard, 5 days from Wil-
mington, NC, wi'h naval stores, to J. Patton # Son.
Schr Matilda, Simpson, 7 days from Eastport, with
plaster, &c. to Peter-I Nevis.
Schr Henry Clay, Parsons, 9 days from Portsmouth,
with mdze to Hacokq Lea & Co.
SSchr Henry, Nichols 4 days from Norfolk, with
timber to Henry S. Cobb.
Schr Forest, Gilby, 4 days from Norfolk, with tim-
ber to the Navy Yard. -:
Schr Union, Farrell,.j10 days from Washington, N.
C., with naval stores to A. Patton.-
Schr JohnG. Dyer, Dorsey,3 days from New York,
with mdze to Armeor Nltton.
Schr Sian, Watson, 15,ISdys fm Lubec, with plas-
ter to S. Morris Wain & Co.-I-n. Schuylkill.
Schr Clinton, Baker, 10 days from Slem, (Mass.)
with mdze to T Deland.
Schr Thetis, Littlejolin, -13 days from Portland,
with mdze to capt'iar.
Schr Tangent, S*'rs, front Washington, DC. with
lumber and nat al stores to A. Patton.


lEALTB OFFICe.t
May 18, 1839.
INTERMENTS
In the City of Philadelphia, South-wark, 'North-
era Liberties, .,oyamnensing, Penn Township,
and Kensington-
From the I11th to the 18th of May.


DISEASES. g DISEASES. S.

Anemia 0 1 Brougkt Over 34 34
Apoplexy 1 0 Injury of Skull 1 0
Burn 0 1 Marasmus 0 1
Croup 0 1 ManiaaPotu 2 0
Coongestion of Brain 1 0 Old Age 2 0
Colic 1 0 Palsy 1 0
Consumption of the Scirrhus of Uterus 1 0
Lungs 17 2 Sore Mouth 0 "1
Convulsiona 0 7 Still born 0 7'
Diarrhea 0 1 Teething 0 1
Dropsy, Hfead 0 4 Unknown 3 1
Disease of Brain 1 1
-- Heart 3 0' Total, 89 44 45
--Lungs 1 0 -
Ovarium 1 0 Of the above there were
Dysentery 0 1 tTnder 1 year, "9
Debility 1 0 1 From 1 to 2 8
Fever, 0 1 2 to 5 5
- Bilious 1 0 5 to 30 2
-- Puerperal 1 0 M0 to 15 0
-Scarlet 0 2 15 to 20 1
Hoping Cough 0 3 20 to 30 11
Inflammation of 30 to 40 11
Breast 0 2 40 to 50 6
Inflammation of 50 to 60 7
Brain 1 1 60 to 70 4
- Bronchi 1 3 70 to 80 4
- Lungs 3 2 80 to 90 1
Intemperance 1 0 --
Total, 89
Carried Over 34 34
Of the above there were 9 from the Almshouse-
and 9 people of colour, v' which are included in the to
tal amount.
By order of the Board of Health
SAMUEL P. MARKS, Clerk.


Nto T I C to
In the Orphans' Court of Philadelphia county.
TlVHE Auditor appointed to audit, settle and adjust
3 the aceountt of James BrownandiWilliam Thorn,
Administrators ofJOHNl 1H[RRIS. dep'd. will meet
for the purposes of his appointment, at Evans'Tavern.
George street, oppoaito. ixtfli street, on Thursday, the
30th day of May, kt 4 o'clock in the afternoon, when
and wl re all persons interested are requested to at-
tend. my 21-eod30My .
NOTICE. -
In the Orphans' Court of Philadelphia County;
T HE Auditor appointed by said Court, to audit,
Settle and adjust the saccouits of James Guat-
side. Administrator of PET)ER ALLEN, dec'd, will
meet for the purposes of his appojiatment, at Evans'
Tavern, George street, opposite ixth strat, on Fri-
day, the 31t dy of May, at o'cek in itheftlh rnon,
when an4dvhere all persona interested are requested
to attendfa my 21--oodt31My

In the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia
County. .
T HE Auditor 'ppointedby jibe said court, to audit.
.. settle and adjust the aecounts of Jeremiah Ads-
head and Joseph Clegg. Aisignees of THOMAS
SLATER, and aJxo4eaale distbutioa of the ametts,.
will meet for the purposes of his appointment, at
Evat.i' HotelWOenMrejtreet, opsite Sixth street, on
Saturday, the first d1itJseM..t 4 o'clock, P. M..
wvhea and wheo awK interested are requested
toauend. ., my 21-eodi3Je


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-frig Granite, Eldridge, hence at Boston on Friday
Brig Fairy, Doane, ceareJ at Boston on Satua-day,
for Philada.
,chr Sultan, Short, at Boston, on Fr:day from W.i-
mihgion, Del.
hchr Amandi Ophelia, Taylor, from St. Johns, at
Boston on Saturday.
Schr Brilliant, Mitchell, has cleared at St. John, N.
B. for Philuda.
Schr Armer Patton, Thom;.son, sailed from Wil-
mington, NC.. 16th insmt. fur Philada.
Schrs Parker, Hancock, and Francis CanadyWalk.
er, hence at Newbsrn, NC., 16th inst.
SchrJ. Cooley & Co., )erickon, hence at Hartford
on Friday.
S:hr Columbian Eagle, Cramer, it New York on
Saturday from Richmond.
Schr Kent, Colling, hence at New York on Friday.
S hr Achsah D, Dougla a, hence, at Providence on
Thursday..
Schr Dalight in Hope, Baker, hence at Warren,
16th inst.

RELIGIOUS ANNIVERSARIES.
Public meetings in behalf of the great National
Institutions, will be held at the First Presbyterian
Church, Washington Square, dt*ng the present
week, as follows, viz:-
The American" Home Missionary Society, this
evening.
The American Education Society on Wednes-
day evening.
The American-Board of Commissioners for For-
eign Mission on Thursday evening.
Service to commence a quarter before 8 o'clock.
AMERICAN HOME MISSIONARY SocitTy.-The Fifth
Annual Meeting of ihe Philadelphia Agency for
Home Missions, in connex en with the Home Mis-
sionary Society, wil be held this evening, May 21st,
in the 1st Presbyterian Church, on Washington
Square. Services to commence a quarter before 8
o'clock.
The Rev. President Beecher, of Illinois, the Rev.
G. Lyon. of Erie, P%. and the Rev. Dr Cor, of Brook-
lyn, N Y., are expected to address the meeting.
Tnini) WAID, KZiSINGTO. .qdjouraed
Aeeting.-The Democratic citizens of the Third
Ward, Kensington, will meet at the house of John
Huhn, at the corner of Fifth and .Waster streets, on
Tuesday evening, 21st inst at 8 o'clock, to nomi-
nate a Constable and Commissioner to be supported
at the ensuing election by the Democratic party.
WM, a UNlI, Chairman,
SW-. O Ki oK ri', ee y.


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larceny,
lames Avery, do
Jnhn Quinn, do
Levi Edricks, do
Wm. Riley, do
Mary Taylor, do
3has.- Alexander, do
Noah Stall, assault and battery,
Wm. Ryan, do
Jas. M. Anally, do
Joseph Stewart, do
John A. Beck, tippling house,


The Anniversary of the American Sunday School
Union will take place on Tuesday afternoon, the
21st inst., at 4 o'clock, in the First Presbyterian
Church, on Washington Square.
TEMPERANCE MEETING.
The City Temperance Society will hold an ap-
pointed meeting this evening, in the !Church of the
Epiphany, (Rev. Dr. Tyng's,) Chesnut above Broad
street, at 8 o'clock.
It is expected the Rev. Drs. Nott, Plainer, Tyng,
and Protes-or Stow, will address the meeting.
The public are respectfully invited to attend.
L. HARTSHORNEc, Rec. Sec'y.
NOTICE.
To the Merchants, Mechanics. 4tanufacturers,
Draymen, S&evedores, and LabureuiPlJe city and
county of Philadelphia:-You are rqiust=Ld to as-
semble in Town Meeting, on Tuesday Evening, the
21st instant., at 8 o'clock, P. M., at-the County Court-
house, corner of Sixth and Chesnut streets, to con-
sider the piopriety of memorializitig the Legislature,
for aid to the Tow-boats now laid up ior want of
funds.
VPFLIOW rKlMUS,-
CHESTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA.
M RS. iALMAN,tA&e propriet,.r of this old esta-
L blished waterapsW, reftrns her thanks to
her former cu,.tomer, f' -Their liberal -patronage
heretofore, and begs leave to inform them and the
public tgeneraljy, that in connection| wito her sons,
she will oplrron the 1st of June, her three houses for
ihs reception of company at the above place, which
wdll enable her to accommodate from two hundred
and fifty to three hundred persons.'
The large house, now occtjpied by her son, I*
be supplied with neat and entirtf new furniture.
The buildings are of stone, with reins paciiosand
airy. One other houses can be apropriated to the
reception of invalids "ad others who way choose to
be retired. Since the last season many improve-
ments have been made. Amongst others, she has
erected a bathing establishment, 85 feet long by 20,
with a portico the whole length, supported by apten.
did columns, upon a plan furnished by Hugh Wal-
teris, Esq. one of-the first architects of the city. The
inner apartment is divided into elegant dressing
rooms, and baths, consisting of cold, waim, shower,
'brooke and mineral. The grove surrounding the
spring and bath-houses will be fitted up in handsome
style, with gavel walks. summy houses, &c.
With regard to the mediciaalNuqlities of the water,
their value cid to attested' bty-the many persons
who have visited these springs, and been benefitted
by them. In addition to which we annex the follow-
ing:-
"We have much reason to suppose thuethe Fe!lew
Springs of Chester Counly, Pennsylvania, are desert-
ing of attention; they are situate in, one of the most
healthy portions of the State-th'e wters (T them'ar
intensely cold anrd strongly, chalybeate, and at *e/
same time supplying the various modes of batting.
We have found taem, when judiciously directed, of
very great service in a large number of eae,, in
which tonics were required.
-. N CHAPMAN.
THOSE. HARRIS.
Philadelphia, May 18, 1839.
Theso Springs are about 30 miles west of Philadel.
phia, ia a section of Pennsylvania as highly culti-
vated as any in the State. The salubrity of its atmos-
phooe. too, is unsurpassed; which, combined with the
,Jieajsi s cenej of the surrounding country, will af'-
ford "aqul attractiouto the l6ver of health Rnd Ih('-
admirer of nature. In addition to't he many delight.
ful walks to .which the e-m-ry will invite. other
amusemenU will be provsitd. ftach am ten pin alley.
billiard table, quolt gronAd, &c -
Also, a first rate' land of Music wil be employed
for the season. Her Isrder will -be supplied with
every delicacy and luxurylthe season can afford. arid
her bar furnished with Dbe choicest wires and li-
quors. In aX ord, no 'ainsrMope]nse shall be spared
to ensure every jmkfurt and saltasaction to her visit-
era. .*
P.S. Vasiterfan reach t0' above place by ltfh
,khiladelphi andP ading Rail-as far as Pheaisk.
-iile, aEd thence by a stage which makes a daily trip
from ,at place to the Springr-;distanee 6 miles,
over a pleasant road; or by'the Columbia road as far
as the Steaimboat, from which place to the Springs,
a regular daily conveyance wll be provided by tie
proprietors, on and Aifter the 15th June-distance, 6
miles. Persons who Wish to-drive' to the Springs in
their own conveyance, will find excellent stabling
*4r horses, &c. say 21--tn&ISBw
GRAND CONCERT fOR THE BLIND.
A GRAND CONCERT BY THE BLIND, as-
sisted by lany distinguished Professors of Mu-
sic, who have generously volunteered their aid, will
be given on THURSDAY YEVIRING. May 23d, at
8 o'clock. The proceeds to be devoted to the pir-
chase of an Organ for .the use of te Pqpils.
Tiatets. 50 cents, to be had at the door on the day
and evening of the Concert. my 21-dSt


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; "* '*COUNTERFEIT'/' For BMtiore-By Sea. .THEATRE-CHESNUT ST. c '
T- HE public are respectfully itiformed that oe of James Hand -& Co."s Line. Bo1es Ul-PitS LEGAL U NOTICES. e-la s b Auction
Ji hBe..ast and most dangerous counterfeitsever" 'his"Day. "T ed willopencat7'loadte.perform ft Battr Okei a lba
a mtempd, has lately been brought to light in the city The fine fast sailing,,.p ,ckt, scCA-C ante will commence at half-past 7. it .. No y al o Ei. <^0. By Sfuh r,,.
of New York: ,ve mean an imitation of that most de- DO ~.., ...... n, ..... Checks not ? ransaferroavle.-
Prvedly popular medicine known as "Rowland's To .. ... ...... el... .. In the matter of the Estate of JAMES BAR. No. 8 JVert rnt 8area. ,
-, m.. ,Ftor Irelghtt, at the lowest rates, ripply t X .rOJkFrn
ms Msuture" for "Fever and Ague." J AMES- HAN D W CO Benefit of the HUMANE NOSE COMPANY. TRAM, Junior,'deceased. GROCERIEE.
We had but just put, down an imitation. called m 1d....5 out hre
"^ ^ ^^'"~1"1'1^ ^ my 21-d 584 souih wharves mae^prn^*vo THE Auditor appointed by the Orphans' Court DRY G06DS FROM THE HLE.TiIcne
"Rouland'saTense Mixture." by L. S. Comstock & Co, J -- THIS EVENING, MAY 21, JL for the Ci4 and County of Philadelphia, to On Wednesday mortHini E .. ... '" T "'#ra*"sn'-
when another, still moredangerousmakes its appe r.-- For l^e w York.-fl',Sa. Will ba presented, Bulwer's Piny or audit, setle and adjust the account. A B. At 11 O clock, at -he auction store,
me from the store ofeanBraers.drusts, James Hand &'Co.'s^,ine, o, 5 i .h wharves. Richelieu; -tram, Executrix of the Estate ofJames Bartmam, Ju. so,.d." Wi sold, a general asortment of
No. 105 Water ht., N. York, in which the facsimile, OR, THE CONPIRACY- nior, deceased, wil meet the parties. i.er.sted a. his ,
of the proprietor has been counterfeited-his- copy. To.morro .S ORhl Mr Tarringto The CON RA C.u dc s ,wh ^ 2 .ls otm Rio s
rights o fringed upon- bhs cer;ifieates copied- end, The fine fastsailing schr.NIcHoLAs BIDDLE Cardinal Richelieu, Mr Harrit)gtoin ; The Chevalier office, No 199.Walnut street,,e on Thursday, the 23d On Wednesday m ornin, 40 hhds Po co s- gnr.
in'r'ihe, fifi ed in .iamanne r, thatfrom its o t ^'Ccapt. Walton willlenxe as above. For freight, B de Mauprat, Mr Murdock; The Sieur de Be. day of May, instant, at at o lo p cck, P. .,On..... ...bg s coee? 0 doC 50s do.
in f ei=i td-n 1 l aaC. W A LILACE BROO3K EAu editor. W ii ont reserve, an i voicelof 11e s p rn e3 c et Y nc ..
ward appearance it can scarcely bo detected We wnch will be taken-at the lowest rates, apply to ringhe, Mr Thayer; Gaston, Mr How- ',iny I ,,-eod5t cloths and cassimerea, compristog a handsome and unpwdr do 1" ,,u; au
would tsy, thAw _e have commenced it suitf il JAES HA GO. aiMis sr; tt desirable assortment of superfine goods, pripcipaly 45 x, ta3 k -
the U ni fted t ta -es C o u rtj fo r dAnm a g es fo r b is "A ra cy m y 2 1 d 5 84 so u th w h a rv e s. d M rs J J 1 tel th e fi ns l o f B ro w n & C o a n d o f th e m aMl l ec tu re mb aMr r'I Ce l .
iponaour rights, and request dealers to be very cara- Sharpe. In tAe Orphans'Cour of [Philaddphia County. of Cooper, Brothers & Co.; they include every variety f ntatis ,'ice
f l'of w they purchase t69e article, unless its J r O Jvenpoov CHE Auditor o bl bas, medleys, partacularnye co nw ping pe
"liource atn ba diretly trced to the proprietor, or JSS The fine A I British brig MINSTREL, 996 To conclude with the favorite Farce of settle and adjust L4 account of Conrad Bart- calculated for city trade.
some one ofhia general agent., whom he has endea- aBle on, Outerbridge, master, will be immediaie- MY AUNT. ling, Executor of the last'will, &c. of CHRISTILI EB ., .-R -Hoi i e) -ored,tosleet as men enjoying the utmost respect and ly despatched for Liverpool, provided that the balk- Dick Dashall Mr Murdoch BARTLING, deceased, as settled by Michael Raker By .r 191r
*iOonfidence of the communities in which they 'reside; of I2000 freight can be obtained. Emma MliBunyie and Willi-am. Wagner, x-eto. of Conrad Bar-ling, o. out Second Stref A'SC, 50 ea r e Yr e ,, ^,
d"i t who, we trust, would blush to offer any other Apply to the Captain sa -board, at Arch street wharf, deceased, will meelfar the purposes of his appoint. ,, s, .. -. ------ --, ua, --
meht, ttItvSTE av" 6O, eogastret, opp;6site Sixth 't n,, =, ,, = m ,. .
" Ihl I the true and" original ,"low land's Tonic Mix- or to STEPHEN BALDWIN, The Managers have the pleasure to inform the pub- meat, at Evas' T M .. Q- AL OF r c n t T.
Strte," f~r the palry gannota few dollars, therebyeOn. my 2(--d4t No. 12,5 south Front st. lic, that Miss ELLEN TRE E will perform a short street, on Tuesday,ot)ie 2lst day of May, at 4 o'clock, ,-aAIEU Un .llUnG. AU OFar TH. Ei BRIGt AJAX,
ddah r inethe lives ofitheir fellow citizens. .t l 9 Fare~well Engagement ot two nightsprevious to her P. M,, when and whore all persons interested are re- y atftkoa. e.) Ttnsmornng,
'g r JfOSEPH C. HOW LAND Proprietor. St.r 1J ol& 1 f%. B return to England, and will appear To-morrow, in q(9yed to attend. my 7-eod : 1 hss mo nig, At 10 o'clock, on wharjf, will be s
.' Succssor toODr John R. Rowland. f The British brig BRITISH TAR, T. Blenk- the character of ION." Ti ILc M At 10, o'clock,, at the auction tore, cawoofbrigAjax,coneitini;o(- .
-' ; Nf. 249Narkettt., fhiladalphia. ffilehom, master; will sail positively, onThursdiy to .- 0 ,1 w SLto ,.w.to T. Bn. Will be sold, by catalogue, large assortment If S800qrcks, Shhdg.. Y pip Hant,.N
J..yG AgentatMnos Fnkin House, next. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain 0u.n /' n Opans f A.pa n new and 24 hand houiehold furure,comprisig, viz Roope' os celebrtd PotWine, Jn lo
Drug S-oreA No. 193 Broadnwas9, N. Y. on board, at Wright's p gih arf. above Race hsreet, or to MISS IHIRREFF AND MR. WILSON, .11HE Aud.tor appnted to audit. settle iand Spring seat sofas o/various patterns; do do m-hogmy purchase
.N B. It i4 the intention of the proprietor to en. STEPHEN BALDWIN, IN co-.pliance with the request oftheir friends, re- just the account ol Maria Rheem, Administra. rocking chairs French and half FrencI patter CHAMPAGNE BRANY
forest his legal ighls againstevery pevery counter- my21-d4t No. 125 south Front st. A. .peeifully inform the public, that they will give a trix do bonis non of JACOB RHEEM, deceasedtwill hthany chaif" pier asd een* tables with marble At 10 o'clock on Dc _tw .e
l f eiiing thi s a Nua hl e m medicine, and spuriously pulling C O N C E R T a t the M asonic H all, C hesnnt street, on m eet at E vans' T ave tn, G eorge street, oppo site S ut h to p pir. er p edes t als and side bo ojd w ith do do re ees s im m ediat o f v -f e- -n -ia f n" i, ,- ,
fo ,arththe p/mprietose dfttilcaies and labels. fFor Boston. THURSDAY EVENING, May 23d, on which occa- .treet- O Wednesday, the 22d day of May, at 4 0'- doeswork tables;rdiiopnogwmeand. W
k myBIy-2ifdil* JESS The fins "staunch copper fastened, three sion, they will be assisted by Mr. TAYLOR, who clock, P.M, when and wnere aj persons interest gany centre do; do wardrobes; dressing bureaus and -CO w r.n
*,; __. b]A lasted schooner PAN MATANZAS,-wi4 be ,will preside at the Piano Forte. e art. requested to attend. table*plain bureaus; rush and c~ne seat chairs; ma. 40nuintals cerkwood "
;--- f -^ a tespatched for the above port. For. freight, which PART I. l 7-eodt2,'ho gay French and high poit bedsteads; sliding back MaHAN V An fAT r A ,
^"' /;teL wil be trken at low rates, apply to the Captain oB Fantasia--Piano Forte--Mr. Taylor. i -' V r| K otee cbairi, co 'ered with moroe~eo; enclosed wash. ..i.,,i......... a = ^HI .AB
' f S y oaroto TAOMAS BOND," Duett-Miss Shirreff and Mr. Wilson- v n T t ^ =, f..... -tops.
jM a.&'^^flr'.Ht~lc mygl1-dlw No. 2J Chesnut st. "Love like a shadow fles,"-Poetry from -'VOHNiY. BLACK, of.the city of Philadelphia. bedsteads; Boston rockigrb chair ps harmdld
W "7 j ,v Shakspeare, Parry qM having, by indenturlfdated the fourth dayoftMay, pallis^trs, mantel and astrAl lamp
i TP^STB.ST a~l ^-^Aor Washlftgion, N. :C. Scena-rom Rooke's Opera of Amitie- A.D. 1839, assigned his property to the suicribep in cables. i
U^JSA fiThe ship GEORG 9Captain, A. J. Russell, 'Miss Shirreff-air, "Thou art gone,-- trst, for the benefit of his creditors, and in said as- Mahogany Bookcase. RIO CO[TEE.
S^^g^^J^^^.^ ^ d ,will leive freight until This Evening; for Rondeau "Oh, Love, thou'rt near,""Rooke signment stipulated for a Release, within thirty days Alo, I large and elegant mahogany bookcase. This moring, *
*W40C or passage, which will be taken low, apply to Air-from Amilie-Mr. Wilson-;,My boy. from the'date thereof All persons having claims Second Hand Furniture....
(SUCHARLES P. MASSEY & CO. hood's home," Rooke against the said John Y. Black, are equestedto call Also, a quality of second hand furniture. t 1' o' a tt on tt#0
W~iy ..- 11 li~mil 11111111111 imy 21-lt 27 south wharves Tryolean Melody-from Amilie-Miss s at the office ofJoseph S. S:ramon, Esq. No. 96 S. 3d FANHIONABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNI 50 h1ersore ,ater
,* : )Altgle Course saces, b ortbik & PeterSburg, Va. hirreff-- When the- morning first street, and execute the releaseand those indebted to TURE. &c. -
-or N o f l &TRENTONb argN.J. UR 5 &ssc.m,
TRENTONN.J. dawns," Hooke him ae required to makeim t Npent. At No. 139 north Fifth street, cast side. -0 chests Yofng HysonTea.
- I Spring Meeting will commenceon Tuesday, James Hand & Co. 's Line, 581 south wharves. Fcena-from Amilie-Mr. Wilson-Air sJONATHAN OGDEN
-Ma. y 90th, 1839. (it being the week following Regular Day. teh h hmnbs e.t OnWe desdy 22osd On at n
ph a a d C m e a e n o t n e -T he fine ...fast sailing regular packet sichr. legro, -"Y es. .m e. thinks I see her sm lingg" Rooke IN ,T 1 E .u ni" u e..cprsng,-v z ch-p
dlpha ad Cmde Raes, an cotine HESTER I.CROL)NE, Captain Dennmslhavingp2-, Ballad--Misi Shrreff-'.Home ofmy child- __ .atNOI B 2..utly rn~ur a carpet;,vz:rihpaitr n of rf olmt t '~c tte uto soe
Us' ofoer cargo already engaged on tear, wih o-,hood"Herold HEO- soltnrship heretofore oxi" g.y.igt-ent wto r
,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Tfi~rnmolTH.OS.. BOND & CO., was dissoved on nglif.n oil cloth; large, size Ftec lt~ier ndotevyaefimrainprligIiB
+Gareopiltakea for 3 yr.od, -sub, $301 h. a., TA" silt ey ail on her regular day, full or not full. For Ballad--from the superstitions of Ireland- te2oii t'gass pi
...e "" yrT .o blariee,0f Kefghbe taken at the lowest Mr. Wilson-"The-Angel's Whisper Lover te consequnee of the dearn of the nmanetae pgseatma nyog n
.W B. Stockton namesimp. ch. e. Passaic, by rates, apply on boardi^tLassitswharf, below Walnut t "-This Ballad originated in superstiiorter I .Db the ountom atc oe will be ready .this afternoon.
Reoveller. out of, Rachel .. sreet, or to ..-'" getbatwihpeal nIead, vz :.he l... ..........
graheuS hc rval nIea i:nr, and the busineess omtinued as usual, by Ith sub-.wi~mrro, and marble top and bae;eeatFnh e =
2,Also, names-imp. bl. c. Cumbesland,,by Came), JAMES HAND & CO. That when an infant smiles in its sleep, it is scriber.". THOS. BODI I gift mantel time piece, runs 16 daysl ihprean ., .' 7 "'....
utofMatilda. V Orville... I.., my 20--d 58J south wharves,. talking to angels. 2. a h r
-; Jo.f. elj g na e ch e.b Strou ofMi- -N. B ,.--T, is-line is composed of good schooners, Dtlet--M iss Shirreff, and Mr. W ilson-- '-4.....6-" l naBower p astral screen;m n la ps d ." no .n : rre t tw e e
...^ R B-^^ nm. rh nn ~n and will insure at the lowest rates, and take steam -Good night, Love,"-from La $onnam. ta im uingT Cured. candelabras with glass drops; bronzeand gilt bracket bodenn e""-tof abut 10,000 Spanish, 1
4.- $os..Kendilna 'm asgr. f.by imp. Tra nby, out up and down ,he Appomattox. bola, Bellini DR. COMSTQKS 53d EXHIBITION IN VOCAL do; plated candlestick, snuffers and tongst cut glass c "sc.pe.ga whtteandred pott i
eiMary-Randolph.. Gs l ot ot eeeoavre
txDv m SweeFstakdfor^ a ^yr.014sb. $100, FOR GALVESTON4,MATAGORi'A, TEXAS .- GYMNASTICS. hall lamp; hat stand; venetian blind for parlor and .... y
Ill. A t.. mile heats. James Hand & Co.'s Line-.a PARTo-r. A CLASS of Stammarers and Students in Elocu- chambers; ingrain and venetian chamber passages and a% es.., .
SWcnnm im Aln Fantasia-Piano Forte-Mr. Tayr. tion, underDr. Corstock, will give a variety of stair carpeting; lare size cabinet wardrobe, very su y w arrange o exanaton
.W.B.tcktonn ames p.b..AtantibyA first class SCHR. will be. despathedfor.I Irish Ballad-Mr Wilson.-"Rory,0'More,. S Lover Recitations, at the Vocal Gymnasium, (entrance by period workmanship;dressig-mreawits mirrorand m,, ......
S" n, out of Mllie Craven. the above ports, if400 bbls. freight offer. For Ballad-Mips Shirreff-."Away to the "Ranstead Court, 4th streetabove Chesnut) on TUE8- marble top; plain do; elegant mahogany bedstead; m- D
2. Also, nameimp, bl, c. Cumberland, by Camel, freight apply to .. .. .. Mountain's brow," A Lee DAY EVENING, May 21, 1839. washstand marble stab, large size pillar aud claw Part of the cargo oflhe brig Juli.h
out ofMatdda by Orville. JAIMES HAND & CO. .Song-(b desire)-Mr Wilson-"Oft in Tickets 25 cents each--and may be obtained atOs- mahogany dining tables; cane seat and windsor On",Thusdeyaftemoon,
3. Also, names impch. c. Passaic, by Reveller,out wharves the 64ily night," T Moore born's Music Store, 4th street, two doors below Ran- chairs; mahogany cut maple bedsteads; work table; At 4 o'clock. lon Waslington. treet, whar
4E Jor FLHellinge names oh. f Stephan,by Shark, Fo" nr SavannaB'Ga.. i Rndo-f-om the Maid of Artois-Miss steadCourt. Each ticket will admit a gentleman and rotary cooking stove, wilh utensils; bandseme cut the Navy Yard, will be mid. 326 ione and er
I,.. r b Shirreff--The rapture dwellg,", Bae two ladies. The exercises will commence at 1 o'- glass; French china tea suit; plated and Britania wa'e; of very roperior St, Dosinge mahogany, just
5. oueo Fairy mn Herod. James Han d & Co.'s Line,683 %atn wnarves. Scotch B llad-Mr Wilson-"John Ander- clock. also a variety of articles not particularized, ou per -aytien brig Julia.
iBp. Tnby, d .amby l .e"bFirst Vessel., on my Jo. 9 This Institution is open from the first of Sep- The above articles are all in excellent condition- Catalogue, will be reedy 2 days previous l
i7 Taub 1 da byScath l~lladMiss$hireff,10 histe, embe til thelastcotche BurlladJly nd Agusthavebeenin'ebuOiwsortlime
6 H. Van M ater namet ch.h c. b T orm enter, fE The nei regular fast sailhng packet s hr _,tc Bald M slSiaf- 0 hsltmber till the last of'June --during July and August have been in u-e but a short time. the wood is now arranged for examination.
.dVm b MaT enkaho.e rThenewregular -fastailipack e t h and I'll come to you m Lad." there is a vacation. All desirous of instruction, ei- NEAT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. -- p A -.
eeby Tf.r&INDEPENDENCE, CataMort ns A.rf, and nMw AN d e- .,. . .. ..... ...-.... ---No .2.o. ,8 Marke st reet. -, Sr al1vu f",, i; ., t t _'
.SkCOND DAY--(Wgdnesday.) ..B n t hn., ,i" -U T Le .1oret, ghtcl'-n at M a~orton's wharfand-wthbe loe-st -ni re n rwlon.wll ment in Elocution, way learn the conditions eoft lk.. 1.... ,.,.v,,.r .o t~'
S w eepsta kes for 4 y~r. old s, su b. S 0, Ih. ft., m ile sp atc...... ...ay..F o fr"g h" a- the' m usr t sreff a kin d .... W ilsonCn-W e'llK iD I . . .d. ... .. e
rtal1-d No. 100 Multberry at. PhiladooMay 23d,-at 10 o'cloiick, the new ehoid fur. VALARD --'L ESTA. E,
1. JAl o mb sB &aEnelli naes names W by Mon o *m o na MAR an Sll ch. a at the print. my 1ains; y -i m For n e 29thmldc of M afb r.l
..nlu ,dmbyRvne y1-d 5... 8J soth wharves. __.s cipal Music Stores. The doors-will be open at 7, and ValuableeRenl&EBrothe.mNEtT aOtentOon to th
the 4 ,, r Havwrwt Concert to commence at a quarter before 8 o'clock 48,h, Rean Esae N H FUNTUE PAINT- cthe cennre tad wlth Eyw Bier.

Mooout H Hpeig dame bya Reeg. eai my Andrew3 "~B ANS nrs clssVSSL (cr.rildbee-rloaofte hlaelEaxeeuBodanuMtoae-Pstresae mrbeao;spigdet Af;siemadidnngtbl;snlueriateSeeswl heE aeofn
0,, as B., Kenpd5 11l(J. CsmpbieU's) names b.'b. Back-
WeT It ofTrifc,0os t of Ann Page. Wanted tmme diately p if precisely. V I Ma y 218 Walatemanutel glastret pairovase8:stit. owersdaatnns, v
3Jo. boVSLofmH Va sn M names, c. P. btseout fyA goodVESSEL, offrom i50 to 30 c so .o -r dt al.o
S pLu Mtprouga out of Polly Peacham. burthen, to load .or a Southern port. De- s 0 m A l A g D I N c gUaAs On Thurtid ay mom in es street, a n g t, German Hald s teet.
!Aux Al --Sweestckv.c ,, sub. $200, h El., h. f, mile pa Itch-willbe-given. Apply toO T. Ab sract se of tprope rty, be s public se May 23. ath10 oaolock, will be sar o aan F eh ad 2 Csterm tam
heats; free for sillge, that shall not have won a raceasJAMESHAND & CO., M R H pW respect ouly informs the citizens of f i. d ...... welt kept furnitureoffami lining hoesale, arom 10 to olove 1
] whicoe to elosig this make. my 9-d 58J south wharves. Ph l moph iand htriends, that his daugh- Do T y ....... .3 aS rtoc ing, oomprisin viz: set of ne in tre weLRTA' .
I.- J HI. R Kendall names ch. .-Windsar, by Mon- teraM a ROSNA SHAW, will give. Pie1x" stains; elegant %urussels carpet; canton otting ands y, te ofay, w y re
mouth elipse, outot f towancy, 4 yis. F Or oavana. 2 Concert this week, being their 4&oh, at the Grand N o 1.hognny "parlor chais; centre tabl w
1 n CA first class VESSEL, (sehr.) will be de- Saloon of the Philadelphia Museum Bond and Mortgage.t positive Sale. marble top; spring seatsof;sidebnea
.u .t-lne s na m er c, at cl. k ra, nc e we patch ed for th e above port, if sufficient
Te d THIS EVENING, May 21st, 1839, A bond and mortgage abor $5000, dated July 20cFrenchplate mantel glas; pair ov8 winh fours hvas, v: A
e Pilel. H a. Van Maternames ch. c. by Eclipse, out freight offerps- Apply to t 83 a ,2d pay day, faiable in one year, secured on fourthat fopr ann nu superir Th e Esiate of Jo.9 Pinert.
oru elen Mar, Bonny Black'stdam, 4y rs. t JAME HAND P O AS t Ao'cock, hen'S they will ba assisted by Mr ,. ... .... .......e ....e.....loatond Situa t eon A ..... ,w. .lware; cutElN g e decanters;,,tumbesstr
581 out whrv' QUAYLE, the Voeahist, and by Mr SOLOMA NS.
4. Also, hatnestoh. c. by Monmouth Eclipse, dam ap 11-dw ve heat side siofBroadeSt., between th PublieSquare cloth; hall lamps; bra ss str rods; nhany Frth Do do W t Mtll erdcas
p.< GEzpodti o henoen, 4 y. taa e fr Nom 12o uon t Mar. ,h ...... pT,,, ..s ec w t id er a eut t, ,70 feet northward of Chesnut street, bedstea; o bureau; rushfndanwors Do dad popiiesue
IAa.ely aor g eosein g go4 tb e fr ra e bin d .n la ur a etne l r wl em- aan enhtd
,8"ZDpcti-Purse $100, two mile heats;u$100 of paesn w'te p fo th e the bestowred ontyo increase ha th er ios feetfront 1Ofeet CindNepth;ECTIOt ANo the pamentimaeedi ddTeflphwiaxngves orbatthe o t
:wic oe. 9thw2hes. tmoeh antwotat.s. towshnit egaepasaefo ter rae tebporuitto.nceaigiheratratonroen thIanoe ya twrntcareofSW3sttedsaedint.
THIRD DAY.--(Tharsday.) ftfriends in' first rate ships, to sail from London- -daring the summer months, by affectingilm egae u l~tu-: ~~ A .2.. ""Also, severalsuper'ior ancient and oenol-i ptyeagnlmnri~n nteeiity





cibr C.BIESceay ae ad&C.sLn. ^ Aaesn rfs ,rso o. ,hc occsio Mre -c^ Handsome S PErivat H RNe~dence, withtientono dS
etn, J7. M 2thre m839 heats 2001ofwhihdx jerry fbr Philadelphiar- meant with Mr. D. JENKItS, of9New York, who _t i. r .. i -
purse aof70 eithrehleants;o$2ar O onthetayl, One on the 25th May', is a o kn e ge tonbateg rote on aieveno s. 19 fn nces. -" 10 o k wl be sd in N. 96r teent fobelow asing.est. f
tttedbat, A urset hat 9d 6 starts.Ones...stJune, One "15th June, RUSS.LL'S ef Ob S, nowgt be found in the musical A three story brick mersuage with two story back KIT..N.. ake T Bakery, c',omi s
OeST DYst Juply Onr se 1h Sauoyn worft se a One l Jue OnehJt of ground oNo. ld. p bulnu street, ot9ers; an as ntity of kitchen and ; Do do, n extra ors'Sa ted e,
A-p urs D (esfrmiay. May now do so by papplyg R'"" A" PrR of ""rytD O..,M pY 'nd between Noble and Taammany streets, containing i Ts day mom rsesents rar, or onlesient
toestohe 2d bestI,ifmourmie thanewostart0ofwh.h .OBERT TAYLOR, RoSIA SHAW, as the Alpine Flower Girl and Spanish front on Dyitwyn str~eet16, feet 9-mnches, and inde~pth k ...OT a on q' .."-, aubeBtligLti hr s.K~






goes tothan nambest, mor tha two sart. dam byr Po3--dROOSLSfr Not~i yo. in Deatrk st. fro ........ c.A....... to .... clc P... ........ 3"mr 1eiec-aanin n loe .coh shlvin ofsoear b ihbll nop a1 r ivae Realirdersn ealpoet No. ever Wealnut st
DAY ---A purse to 1 100, mile heats. tf, No. l b 5 ecatur te Maid e c n cons p int ed AbyM r. R.Street, AA ist den feet. House wellfnished, mare mantel, ny- A t fur'c ock, b ansc u mh Second ather wt E ndt,
Race willfor commencelat s and o la hd y. whle beeof this city, and will be laced-i n the Grand Saloon drant water produced up stairs, for bathing and _e at l pa ent I ta n m are ble b25;nn e glo
Tifay o sh e ewlo men he ag H3ote on the evening For Liveorpool. this morniFng, for the inspeAction of the public other purposes;a cistern of Schuylkill water, &c. E ptian do-can be sen- anyie the itacn stdrbdepceed.
Ground r ntoa $38. viz: Public Baleg to whichle Entrance 5 be The fine s i gn W Ft' Ground e nt $e t a of Da vid M






Entries^ wd^lu, clo.,in .t.t.e .a.lp -.telJon the evening .,
COOL & M G lidden, m aster, w ill have quick despatch, 01 -r"T he charge of adm issibn to bo th M useum and Aprilv18th, 18 m1, wi mh i n ntm ore t gagei- a yn a bley. A. ltua y.2 erivaeaR esdencronlS h uyeinlreen








"CT -K^L .~~~~~Ari 18th, 1811. wit intres seianuly Ba tO..uary.^^S^^ SK^^.^..? S<> ^
The second best to be determined by the rules of the greater par t of her cargo being engaged. For Concert, 25 cents, or five Tickets, purchased during.
the Philadelpha and Camden Course; when these freight or passage apply to ttie captain on board,,2d the day, for $1..lanceVash-,oorltereractoeilstatereofoJotnerEproprt,. decease.dositu
-I-m A-In-oR;t.d ignat --Athe eon .etthe howte that wharf below Spruce st. or to -. --I-,I-..I.No. 3. vWESTERN lIAUCTIOlN ST ORClohilsre-ndhykllEgt t


tAy. S. ate B I &.
*Aled. `" 0 ". a .. Fo Mrod-
Cargo otbrialis,' arrive)idf6 Port au Platt
Tihmaornall,
At 4 0'ekxk pf"iwmJiw ,l. bewM.: the cargo of
oceries bftgJoanf conohti"-a miWtnoie~rr lot of me-
USM t% UV. logs awd etthoffbred at auction 1him
seasa. "' A Z. ,.
SHELo *ALE.
half do On Wednesday afterneim, at 3 o'clock,
CLOfHS AN DUI> IMgRES.
ash. 200 pieces of West ot Enghotd cIo"u. consisting of
wool dyedt blacks, bhl,, a ive, clriln, dahliLs, ta.el
mixed, &c. 4r. .. .
NSUMMEIR CLOTVE&.
1 cue summer Bekh vYell peork quality.
do.
la- .,y 10. ulwpofm" alld ISOM
lo a v es, .1- ^ '5 ^ < r
.... '^" M tATCA, tlrMAY.
Pritatl abltiacts rf 4hie eal spay be had new at
1 1d the dw s o ..f. E
nisn, It will inelud qie brick 'Uobsn in NorMtown.
to .uit ad a nunherofeky properie ";.
A eat county rid e fbo imilw weat of the
SehuylEill Penaet pidf. -..
Alsu, a batidsoise reNdae, Delaware Seventh st.
besW WAsh.Stm
Tsd Black orme ram. avndofe peoperty.,tam-
per'saley. : -; ,."
Mettieoc T ^ ....
.REAL .9AMy.
S8. CAKE-1"
on rail and as" of baiaerh omaprikolli mam lea 'Igo"
2 bixch od a mort valitoleRi =197"~ teiM Do-
"1C sale we l Taibmafl 1* ta W Nto i
and gor t.a .oB of -the.Lehjgh~a.F4 C ai^l a re,
re dy "- -i .t ,. ^ r ,... -,
dSALE. .- 4 Um N
Domairil~imoM f propofy. to )ff. wN;k4l& Jaw. amt
0"^F'R&T-'RATIC BBMCT24 liAllD.
T' i large sad v tale M to the w-
__ oftl lathSenlw1 G .),W. c.a.eorom of Front
will bead Walnitt,maiwip, 50 iM oavlitsm btwty 93
l"se Peet on Watnuf stith.'- .7 ':
&*1, 96 Valuable basines OmMsd, asw ioosd street.
at'gume by order of the Ecautorm of Jolm Ashbarner, dec0L
Ale, two brick b ialBt' ; **
I VW.t*i ,Nt be.
-- low PlaM. -.
Iesfeeidea.u o Lieat mest.,
tock in VaTuaie ]tof'growK 60 0 99 ftet, .ortherp
lavana Libertles'. ., .., .,-
quarte Swe~ra othfir y*pi~itija tdV. Nos~em Uiber?
of o t k e r t e ,t- ,"
DweltlnirHouDAse h trme, b TaiA.
on the SPLENDID COLL 4w e- ROSES,
DOUBLE B AHLIAAA., APB INES. Am.
1 At 10 o'clock at JW odMeaim,
SBy atlof, f.a ,u ardi of John Sherwood.
rf, ear aurl E0ll, a oflepdid ooetib 4f K>-.k uoubla
aceodabli*" aad 91 mlbar -inat Maoos.
receiy. Alto, a variety oi" grap_ M lls, mMling
,to of the btu* Hamburg, c e Fontainbl-u,
sal; golden chaaswhikeUto M ,calMuamadl, Hansrt-
y. J. s. ts altin the a"b00 p beto he an they
, a.... aremprewad.
r MORTOAGE-UHREDfflMMM PLEDGE.
saTe 0f ltby. li 8 e cla-k in the *vramig, will be sid
he 901d at public s .l. "the Philsdelpb.x hex=t, Band
wi Wd-and~h Mo 'ir IbrW40),M with It-l 4iHerark payable
eOveonth senn iurid= Appy4* e M i ea) lts KsW In Broad
Hm may aer Cheanu tret, oW b orderr pf Utb outhera
the day Lvaap Comy sn m ie ldp ,
^ d.' Lap C, pany, as an iiu dHedft
Particulars at male.-
*-sa Slin Gbtwamid ~ow smtiatre.
._A ^ BLBGANT- FUR~rnilE.
man & I A _Ua i
On TbandasIfD "An
,athau- ',, 10 o'6id, at th*.'N. I9. hprorfTyrol& and
m,, =, Cneat street. (Girmad fg*)pt of the fumiture of
-4 geni ginm sgoh m to tti-- .
.Co..ist;i Ufa pair_. of ependidgut glow and gilt
chandelsNs; 2 pair large git candelabrau.with glow
" *, sbeaded; 2 pair lmaatw do; V ai bracket do; legap
,.. k gFrasericsmwCdolraplate Frine&
-Z'" mantel,_ ;mnj ndm; a and qeaWD I a harpmnade
i m.h: by Erard. een used hat butiW V wib morocco
"-,c" as. e,.; &.ir of oed tablem with
dfawersandI frb waimiahB;if, masnf y chain
S, with cut plu seats;nsot plain do with hai_ awt;
u Spanish chair; bbek and p"ind; at of maple
chain, sofa s, idebaard; cown taWtoaxiom ion dining
-Vow table, &e. handsome lb ny MEWwMion dining ta-
.' .. ble; a quantity of fine cutglasM daaentent, (mbers.
e,|ine wmn, ,&.; parof a set cfdimmer-and desert china
de,'d 4 t, andsore bliua fruit h bw* 6 silver mounted
...... plated disher; M Di led b nch f;, ahtlarg ]plated :
Brffurn; 2 entry haojp|ampf;uann~a stand; drag ooee,,
street nry e;l ehn/gj^.nrpt: mahogany secretry
Late ook oan k-)l||HJM any book ease, glans door
, a t e o n a c e ^ l ~ f K f ~ e w g l b e w i t h m i ro,
* w ell ms -' ""Pi hiutVM lH | B cb bk te ds an eriam; m- "
"irt, s pie '^w ^ ^ B ._ md plats tops; t of
"'t grn^ K6 IIl~us, cot bedstuada chamber
'. t ,h _m ,lo v es ,& c 8 u ; ; ,, :
-,ern. Alsoqcit..hen hrar4itee smd ute~sils.


owner atlO O'clock,~ a|al ikl t!
ents of A choice collect an |^gH|ia, comprising
the finest wmnietiea cliy l~ all in tins o
:tcd of der, and w atlmu!ed"tr., mfd color, from G:
ion for Smith's GardoB .. -*WW^
C atelogurt w.ifljH remly^on th moruog of sale. I
",0 r a i m V-'"-- fro nt,
Eiegat mukiwi.trlru~eetreat near Broad. ,
A nu mber guifi lota, Jbrutol. ;
ar. Several MaS iS WSnU fmdj aad imrivate res
dences,

,gue. a R^AD ,.JlI c2St3COA 2VS, PA NT7,.


]u e tte b e r, 18 40 visit. m y u-- u N o 6 "- '. . -T :'*<'. j. i. "., Je c io n s, a n d co n ta in mn g M o s t e v ery w o rk f
s-iy~ ib n a e ,( a i e)d m B nLum, se UUltee MUM, ann a var ie, K Uh n nesrs t v s n h ,.f~..n .' -- t_
Proposaes will also be received as above for exe- Brc O' -. .... ... se the profesdi, wit osta ieo te mod*
Date of Blue. outing all the cut stone-work in m.irble, granite, and C onimnislonoerW Election,. Black Horse Tavern-Stamper's Alley, between &c. A porters and many of the old ones, not to be
SECOND DAY. ffrestone, required in the construction of the walls of KENSIN&,GTON DISTRICT. Delaware Second and Third and Pine and Los. AT PxiVAT SAKE; mn Bookstores4 among them are Johnsn's Ne
A sweepstakes, mile heats, for colts and fillies, 3 this building, agreeably to the designs-and specifiea- OTICE is hereby given to. the Electors of the bar streets Received from the manufacturer
years, S500 entrance, $200 forfeit, viz: tions in the office of the Architect of the.ubhc Build- 1 Kensington District 0t the Northern Liberties, b r ,m v rraeyenthanyts.g dDa dtsortment of green and yellow venetian blinds, at low Rmney do; Serge~nt and Rawie do; Rawle's d
I- R C-Hemphill names ch c by Star, dam, Ma. ings, to which reference can be had. that an Election will be held in the respective Wards A t e s b trose and Watts co; Watts do; Mfleor do; Brow
linda. The proposals must state the price per superficial f the said district, on MONDAY, the 27tn day of back buildingsoccupied as a public house, known CABINET FURNITURE, MATTRESSES AND Brown's Chancery do; Brown's Pariames
2-J D Kirby names Dr Merrin's b c Tally Ho, by foot, incuding or excluding the furnishivg of the ma May inst., for Commissioners, Constables, and Town as the Black Horse Tavern, and the lot of $round MATTING. Showers' do; Peers Wms.' do; Burrows do; D
Imported Shakspeare, dam, Primula, by Cervantes. terials; ofall the plain wora tinder a foot bed, in each*Clerk, agreeably to the act of Assembly of the Com. thereto belonging, situate on the north side Of Received this day on consignment, in the furniture and East do; East do; Bossnquet and Full
m p on s bStayde cr p iper'to e;t esri e of mlled w o key ,r n ig fro m Second toT hird street, room s -over the aucion store, for pr v t sa e 0 C m b l d o L R y nd s o; Tay o
3-GeorgeGoodwyn nameColHampton'sbrf-y description of stone; the price of moulded work, ac- monweal h of Pennsylvania, passed the 1st day of oSappost"the yar u soinanrons overi th a nton store fo p rte sole, 6n Strange do; D ond as do; Cowe
Argyle, dam Pocahontas. cording to the character of mouldings, which can be April, A. D. 1836. Opp te- Mrkn
4-Captain R F Stoceton names imported br c shown; the stone to be all delivered at the building, FIRST WARD. ofeet,and in depth 4&feetmoreou of large and small curled hair mattresses mahogany Wi.Blackstonedo HBactoedo;Bay
by Eels, outRat Trap's dam. c and properly set in the wall, with suitable bond- The Electors o the First Ward will elect one qua- rpar lear o a incumbrance. wardrobes of different sies, mahogany high pst and do; Kiry do Wson do; Crokes do Ckes do
M ,5Captsin R. F Stockton names imported ch c ing. The best white marble, the lightest granite, lifted citizen to serve as Comisioner for three o. French bedstads, an assortment of Venetian blinds ; Saye d; Haidras do; Lord Hardwicke do
Passaic, by Revellep. dam Rachel. and the finest grained freestone to be used. The years. Three Story Brick House-Stamper's alley,. ad- of different colors, with a general assortment of well dress do; Parkers do, Ilsted do, Plowdens
,6-Daniel Abbott names s c by Gohanna, dam J. work to be completed by the first day of October, The Election in the First Ward will be held at the joining the Tavern. manufactured furniture, all of which will he sold at myns do; Washington^ Tyler do; Lutwi
Smith's Bussorah mare. 1840. houseof John J. Hickman, corner of Frankford Road A three story brick message and lot of ground w prices for cash. P
SAmB DAY-Proprietor's purse $300, 2 mile heats. For doing all the Carpenters' and Joiners' work re- and Manderson street. A0th sri, mnr e ng Also, a good assortment of supi Foster do Chitty's Criminal Law; Tremaine ,
A~~ H-A mthrer DeeAY. o 10 asd, 0 quired upon the building. SECOND WARD. north side of Stamper'#t alley, adjoining the above on venetian carpets of various patterns
THIRD DAY'. qurduo h ulig EODW R hts o~~ ~^^of the Crown; Peakes Evidence Espiuisw do"'C
A match race, mile heats, for $1000 a side, $500 The proposals must state, lst, the price per square The Electors ot the Second Ward will elect one the west, containing in front about 16 feet, and in PIANO FORTE, do;'Poillips do; Chitly on Contrac; Chittv's
forfeit, between Mr Kelly's. full sister to Busiris, four for the centres for the arches; 2d, for the roof, pre- qualified citizen to serve as Commissioner for three depth 40 feet, more Ot less. House in good repair., For private sale, cheap for eash, one excellent se- wings; Siarkes' Criminal Pleadings,'&o. -
yera old, and Mr Cochran's ch h Chester, 5 years pared for the coppering; 3d, lr each of the windows years. Clear of all incumbrande. "ond hand English piano forte, with additionall keys. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITUJ
o1d and doors completedomitting or including the frames; The Election of the Second Ward will be held at No. 7. .
SAME DAY.-A purse of $500, 3 mile heats, and 4th, for the edge-strips to the cement floors, pet the house of Abel Mitchell, at the forks of Second Two Story Brick House, No. 12 Stamper's Alley. .OURAGOA. At No, 18 Union stret"y order efthe Exe
FQURTH DAY. room or foot running. The proposals for the work to street and Gexmantown Road. Also, a two story brick message and lot of ground, VURACOA of the finest quality, imported and for
A sweepstakes for colts and fillies, 3 years old, include all the labor of every description, and all the THIRD WARD. situate on the south side of Stamper's alley, No. 12, N- sale by JACOB S.NDER, Jr. Ath 10o'clokaUe
bred in the State of Pennsylvania-entrance .1i,, necessary ironmongery, locks, hinge?, &P. All to be The Electors of the Third Ward will elect one containing in front 17 feet, and in depth 44 feet. Sub. mar 7-dtf 30 Walnut st. ed, o infing n a pe 9
forfeit50, Viz: -, c (cor, leted by the fist day of March, 1841. qualified citizeunto serve as Commissioner for three ject to an annual ground rent of one sAiton, ]fennsyl- MACLUR4,, AURANTIACAOSAGE, APPLE OR mantlnd per lasses venetn h side
l--J Cochran namesaSc by Busiris, dam by Peto-. he iron work, by the pound, to be finished at the yearsvana currenty ORANGE TREE
mact. times ordered. The Election of the Third Ward will be held at the Nft8 to 16. tsusribrNG frsI T EScuglsan .ndingndartbe,
.2-D Kelly names s c by Busiris, dam by Escape. All the above work is to be done in ths city, un- house of PatrikClark, at the corner of Fourth and Nine Brick ,ouses-Norristown. eey on the Township
3--tersJreets ..... ..... by.....rk,. ........... -sdry onsthecTownshipiL nenRonceneardgra ings, bestd ware, ureausrbedsteads
3-Col J Heth names b c by Shark, dam Fair tta- der a strict superintendence and in the bes manner .. at FOURTHsWARD No. 1. A two and a half story brick message, be- -the Germantown Turnpikl few thousand washstands with numerous other art~ese.
e4-L The ateralsnequiedmaesto beeofthe n.stTualiyeT e tors oo f ofthee F urth Wath wWaredewitwlingtheceste nmostof a rhng of ine rickhoussof ,a ranogehe oovenrees Thricke haoude-ssooketitehnabove t rTetove Tc
4----General Ifvine. names s c by Busiris, dam Bay and wl he received under a rigid inspectioheeshc yforh s e
BePayments will be paid for work done at the end of qualified citizens, one to serve as Commiss3ioner for siuaeonte.othest.. .. .. ..n ---- cd dl heb stfr a
--6, every month, sofa as appropriations by Congress three years,-;nd one for tv4o years, the unexpired time road street, commencing about 57 fteat from Deka in this country; their leavesaresaidui
Fieiy iltdi.of John C. Brown, resigned, street. House nearly now, 20 feet front by IS feet Mortis Malfieaulis for feeding Silk Wrs OE O ,FINTRE
6-J MeDanel names br ct by Shark, dam Betsey Upon the stone work of the first story 15 per cent, The Election of the Fonnh WardPwill be held at deep, lot 46J feet in depth. There is an area in ftont, mar a8-dtf B. DUKE. At No; 81 south 5th st. below Walnut.
Archer. upon that ofthe second story 10, and upon that of' the house of William Rambo, at the corner of Marl- basement kiicheq and a small cellar partitioned off. W anted. On Thursday morning,
bo r o g h a d B e f o rd st r e t sI A p a r lo r a n d e n tr y q n fi r s t s to r y t w o c h a m b e rs o n WI R S N av ng M l t e d .i q ~ y L n s f r s a eA 0 l c w l b o d t N 8 o t
7-- Potter names b c by Busiris, out of his brown thewthird 5, and on all the rest of the materials and borough and Bedford streets .P t see n, deERSONS having Milioaryo B Ba nur Lanse r y alne et, a o'al qkanwity oe sold atrn8 tuth
mare.work dvertsed fr 10 er cet. wil be etaind mi-FIFTH WARD. t ,. he secid, a'nd two ab~ove, all cei~led'with a lo 10"f in llioit r~yheroapucar yclln stetam1 qatyoffueodfriu,
mare. wr detie o 0pe"r Tcleeort. tewiftllrd bel lerenetherioned- "un-" "ina teIl~linoi H~sqahearNo.. a 3cpusttsre, ssigo rafs n adtbe;car;bd
SAME DAY--Jockey Club purse, $i000, 4 mnile heats tit the deliveries and jobs be completed, to be lorfei- ThEe tors o re i th astAllelectfor ne 2the8reclusavehseWenhnougeoneH ee No.s4z
ap 26--ftustr WN RIN. ted in case the best of materials are not delivered qualified citizen t or0ve, 4p Com No.n thre q inclusapivedw seJven. edsand eddng; ashtand matelpieza-
WN.FIN.msinrfrtreandu uespription 4s Wq 1, glasss, &c.l'-:
Mc~rann's Gardenwithin the times ordered, and in case the work be years. N.9 h s.&-rms os s2 eti 1ot
Mlc-Arann s Garden,9 ot completed in the best manner within the re- The Election of the Fifth Ward will be held at :he .Th enms GHOS-STICK. KITCHE^FURNITURE.
Filbert and Schuylkill Sixth Streets, spective times stipulated in the contract, house of Philip Miller, sign of the White Horse, cor. with open Newell stairs and haa two story brik NHIS article, otherwise called Chinese Spunk, is ka t or nite sav.
N OW open to the public, EVERY EVENING, at my 0-dtl6June nertof Hanover street and Frankford Road. back buildmng, 12 by 1p feet, htted as a kitchen excellent article for Hotel Keepers to have, at P rite saoe.
hlfhpast six, upon the plan of the Public Gar- ir T s wi b o in cac t M C He nr residing in Norristown will sh for lighting sears. For sale by Several very superior and highly finished
deftofParis and London. PenAsylvania Hoorticulturale between 8 and 9 o'clock in the morning, and closed t rty. T n S LINNEUS I mentsGni
The above Jieauttful Garden has been newly ar- Society at 8 o'clock in the evening., the propery. The nme houses rent for $694 a year Wholesale and Retail Druggist, plaees,&c. They will be sold at reduced prie
ranged, arnH-Will be brilliantly illuminated and splen- rVHE stated meeting for May, will be held in the By order of the Bo;ard of Comm'ssioneis of the and the sale will be positive. 6dtf
di decorated with variegated dLamps, Chinese J Society's Room, Fifth street below Chesnut, on myonKensn W ton District of the N OrternLb elrtirter and a nd W ine. Just received, in addition to those on handr
Lanthorns, Transparencies, and Diorama Views. Al- TUESDAY EVENINP, 21st inst. at 8 o'clock. my 9-dt, WM, d. .. ;i lerk. mai nef eh oh v peANDNG atBc'swharf near Pdie street, the meats, o c.aTose teforte, r i sh ton re
lretinS' inOrhetrofPrfeso~ih~sce~ BndofMuic_. unerthed- *he April meeting was, as usual, very interesting, Nerle of Forfefted Goods, tied may be had in' hand. ills,fit the auction store, JL cargo of the brig Navigatorfo odax eyfn oedisrmnaeivtit a
fraction-of rtife"-ssoRsettsallbilsfrom the display.of numerous fine specimens of Fruit, ,, By order of the Loan Offce of the County of Phi- 1051 Chestnut street. cnitn f-et-
8 : F r p t ic u la t, s, s m ll b i s .F lo w e rs a nd V e g e tab le s, a nd g a v e nhig h p ro rp ise fo r c o n sisti-n g o f-o o -." .x i n T e r c s o s d e a l u d r t
Admittance Grand GalaNights),,Monday,,,Wed-......ueMmeeHngS"&o ........ oo wB .n ucn C c Brandy; !Armagnacd o
.... ,4 ',i~l,, r .... ...l f,,tur"e.meetin..s.o....he.Societybcsohdnatheorseason thXs.Act be sold ath Georgel nW.udmith'salAuctiono-0ipesSalefp28thMay qwarlr-iaclude the- valuabl....pro-. .......
"eW andFr"';- -, 25 cents. Tue',. day,...Th"urs"day; and.weather willpermit. -,. N ... VV StStoreN,.,N. rnrEB.rncadrSutrnteBtarrrtn NWacnde South sFt or ad Wlnu 80caks hit orauureWinnd quarter -casks.LD J'l~tL
The Cmmitte on egetaSes, e prty, W. corseref Diaawae-Fon sad^^.- p.r^sS Walnt 80cask* toor but Win
and rurday, 121 cans. Admittance daily,tillPC T etg afor the .. .. .... .. ." -. .
o'cloc. -*r12A cents. irncludin~yRelfreshm....nts. q ............6 ...... d .... ... .... .v.4 n20th M a -rch :(between__Second and Third streets,) on TUE x"SDAY th11e late' mmefl ta l 0040 .) 30 casks Claret. tP i~l a


,im 8uAge 31 r-lseonwr"rn $15 to 9
stok0 1 .Do .F 4i1, tos
rousd Adelaide Coats, 15 to al
W York Golden Olive do da 15 to.
tes do; Myrtle do. do 0 15to
o0;PO- Blue do -'/ d6 15 to ,
n s do; I 'ble G-ft do 15 to
.ry do; omte n do .15 to90
,unrord F "ANI'rN.
ler do; New style o Pantaloons, fa .$6 to 9
idso; do; VEB .
do;,Sir A first rate ssortment fyets, fr6om $2 to 5
io; Day We have one of the best awstmetim of READ
CXn8 MA DE CLOTHING that can he found in Philad
4amun- dhia, whichwill be sold ast the ahove prices, or ma.
d); Co- -to order at the same. Persons who wish'to buy~ida
L-e do; call and examine-thegoodws-(we charge noting
Pla-aw; showin them)-4t .
R Pleas J-T. A$E]iRPHE 'tiv at Tailor,
xilberts "|-> 40 ith 3d st.
Plead- mar 24-:-ifdtf Third"o above Chmur
RE. REMOVAL. 1
tutors. A M. WILKINHON respectfully miunm
0* ftriads and the public i general, that he
sold, removed big Cheap snd Fohionsble CLOTHIf
Jeceas- STORE, from the south-wat erer of Sixth a
I sofas, Carpenter -streets,, Suaksp r BO[dings, over to t
ibord, S. E. Corn of Sih a Mi, s
chairs,' below Market, in the roar of tMe Schuylkill Ban
go, en- where ise atly on mad an extensive awortme
beds, of Ready-Made Clothing, consisting of-
London Frock and Drls Coats, from $15 to tx
Do Frock do 16 ft
morn- Do Blue do do 16 -
Do do Drew. do 15 s "
Do Green do do 16
Do do Froek do 16 .
Do Olive do do 16
Fifth Do do Dra do -15 ,
e, con- Do Invisible Green do do 16 i .
leads; Do do 'do Frock do 17 a
I toilet Do Adelaide Brown do do 17 |
Do do do Drea do 16 a
Thick and thin Pantaloons aa Vests of a very J
&c. scription; thin FrokCoams, Coatees; and Round Ja
eto of* every doeacrpibn; Obirts and Shirt Col!.
Piano Stocks, Drawer and Suspeadera, Aleo, Gentlem
tftllic rravelting Mantles-all in the same proportions.
N. B We".tn tnd Southsrn Merchants, wisl
s. to purchase by wholesale, are particularlyiAovite "
,thre call and view the collection, before purchasing e"
prove- whereI Jo 7id
cure a Notice ot p iimiled raartne
ill andshp
he arti hp.i
art 'E undersigedr have this day formed a lira
=R SS putiteMhip, for thelpurpose of conducting
"j business.of on Iron I0andry,and manufacturing .
vendinff mailiiabhleoll ,east iron andr all arli












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THiE PENNSYLVANIAN.
PUBLISHED AY
&:.. aI iN. & PARRY,
Pablmieras of he-LaWs of the Unite States,
*.1l 1 tI99 SOVTi SECOND STREET,
., HIRX DOOR ABOVE WALNUT.
DAIkY PAPER-Eightl l~ilars per anlum.
L 'rPtRl I'T1MS A WItEK-5 J)ollars per annum.
t ~,NVEEKLY-'PI woJPulIr per annum.
Ps'r Nae half yarlnt, in advance.
-..P LADBLLPII a I
Monday, MDI 20, 1S39.

S.. the emoiqole drain is to be stopped, we trust
thal'the states Will begin'td ask about'the suspend;
ed fourth instalmcpt. Oar State Execntive'hould
inqpi#-p of the Troasury when her itate share can
be hai. It was due on t-e lestof January, it must
S"-'" "be rmamembwid.-,V'attonal Gazette.
s,4,. 8 the surplus revenue was' nly deposited with
the state, subject to recall, what would the Ga-
z etutei hltkf 1t't the General Government, being
in want of t~e finds, should demand g return of
-., *-:. itsm oae~ _.y _:, Woql-it, be pretended that a deposit
Ws. )^ gift1 We join hearAily, with the Journal of
Coxnwmc@ 19 the subjoined renfrrks.on the callof
:.' -:.te UGfeit fo t or le :Urplusa riev~nue. The Dis.
1 tributilon Bill was a measure fraught with evil-a
wretched device that'placed the states in the atti-
itdA o'f peadsiied, beggars, and the share which
aitlold & ot. had the effect, in Pennsylvania at
J' jeast, oft-giving a fresh impulse t'itbe log-rolling
System of legislation, coutriib00 iag.1rgely to cre-
S ate 'that reckless extravagance, which was the dis.
tinguishtng feature in the management of state af'.
'." firKs uhder Bioer and 8tevens, and which finally
placed the commonwealth upon the verge of bank.
S. ..r.talpty. Lot us hbve no more'scrambles of this
deaeiptioatep spei.oqf.whihli prQipts the rep-
rerentatives of the people to negct general itter-
eests, and to suffer national affairs to sink into in.
.; 'sign ifianc,'that -they rmy earn local popularity
S.-*' by brijig the people with theirown adteysy.
S' T'he Journal of Commerce says:
e- .... Wefervatfly toipe that not another, cent ,will
ever be distributed from the National Treadsury
-: .g thle Btns Taoa much has been distributed
'.: '";- already, The nation now bha to borrow, by means
of post" notes, .i- isder -to, supply iut deficiency
t. ., thpscasined. Let every trb Siiand on its own


SC6ooper, the novelist, ha obtained a verdict o
four hundred dollarsdamages in a libel suit against
'J -T C itl, editor of- the- Coopersmown Journal, for certain
shb"a mirlamr ade on the controversy between
'Cooper and the public-of Cooperstown, respoctinl
:- ...... ;a certain piece ofland called the Point. Mr. Coop-
it -' ".trinsisted no bis legal right to the land in ques
7 tion, and thereby created considerable exciteinen
in the neighborhood, as the country people fanciue
'til tly)iBd acquired a preascptive right to this, Point
ea a place of amusemet- and resort. ,

-i j *tef. Warne's littlebok, ,Phrenology
in the a-FaIiy," itended for 'thuse of parents and
., ; o< 0hers, Interested in the earlier education and train-
S.-lag of chil4red, is very highly spoken of by thosu
": i bestaulid 'to jlade f ita merits. A lady, riot a
p, i,,Q.th ologia, ibut eixperienced' in, the rearing an
m : a g ... Ba ementof -children, having also a peculiar
.,; -.fundtness fg. observing Amd developing the infant
> -.. .A uinU, who has qxamined Mr. Warne's bQok with
f pt care, observed to us a day or two since thai
b "dpth- pbhiophieaiy.and for practical purposes, it is
iby-fiar .hbaost .valuable treatise on early education
Sr thatt r has met with, and her reading has been
,, 6. y no'pmeanslrli d.

S"Tea Al -Vv M &s x, a monthly maga-
, Zini u,.publi P&,- under the editorship
of Mes jNl i p odgrass, continues to
ei i"e mmaet o the patronage of the
'pubic, as a llted witvl irit and ability.
"The May niwber contains variety of interesting
,atiles,b ymVheeditor%; Moo Gould, Mrs. Sigourney,
,.O.8lmn, C. 'W: Thompson, T. R. Mof.
p, '; l theirs, .fbrn.ng a very attractie- literary


'" i* is the title of a new weekly pa-
"pdhen.sd In New York, at five dollars
87w *am. :tiat.feso the turf, sporting gi-
1 cotre rabisf'<..drd ,nd the inrst number prom.
7 -1 1 i that !a, 11 conade-
.,* ,ora Wliig? ,- neM.
o," -.yf-s[l .),r#-* *
j-i^ g .Ait^gh^ii. .--Ona reference to our ad-
vertiing columns, th' particulars may be seen of
o i~if nii,'Kf M'Arann's beautiful
.., 30 t0iig"Wfjhe public gardens of the
Juropean ctie, -fIt a1ilted dt this betatiful-
(A, l .as be|bd arrflw io a ;v splendid style, IEgacjs illumination, transparasi-
,cies,-dioramic viiew, and other means of rendering
it an agreeable Place of resort during' the sUimer.
A good band ofeseic tik. is engaged-. *,

'&4 jelegtfq concert thi evening at 4i. felw
Mu.sM ai will no doubt attract a large portion of our
: \' "fec4w- M l;n wmho i nw f forget among the nu-
a ..eroti l~ov~r i It.be day, that this good old Phi -
'" uadlephi' iatiltliom deserves,, to leeTivei at their
I *C. ba i m'iW ofl p octronsug eommenesurate with
the expendlure"' ntI etxrdons made. The glees
,. 'prfobo" uler, Mr. W~wsn's able teaching, are
'.. '.,' S p fd more perfect and delightful than any
"_ ,ereoore-atteted Uin this country. The Quar-
I" s 'tfrQV Bttes are really enchantiniig.''
4 !,,'*, ,o. ..,' T'. ) -
>; ,g" ': 'Pi acul aiiWnd alsie ting AunouTA takes
&r ^ wvNP# ', benefit, prior to he return to Prapce,
-..at-lh ChmPesnut Steet Tbheatre, and
vr, f:ety of atritiUons, giving a great num-
97, ,',-,: .*el tae, it 4lil(ion to the ballets. -
-* o |t>, ,,';. .* '. > .. ; .- ... ::,.
't' ft" ot strnaV '.7-The amateurs of butuic
aboull pot f(pget that ihe Concert of the celebrated
#Eostem Bran Band, takes place this evening,:at
A'se Mui4car. und HaIf,':when an oenertaipaent
w ay be.aqtipqated of auusual merit, the iand com-
'frtisift.a number of:admirable :msicians,:whose
V erfqri 04f- cnnbr Nail tl give delight. -

-; i,'Vtc'ro'ar.i.--.The exhibition of' thefll 'length
!t^if o.uten,'Vetool, at the Masonic Hall,We
? *t ..,i1mst i hiJtly he closed,preparAtory to ilst
-"'' tei% w. bet eityj This picture has sttrac-
..W dni vmJkyenL A thQoe who intad seeing it
-fe .i:mlkaubd,qm; itdeha.y,' as they may not have
li^- Ibotlef opportunity. / .. -.'./.-:" ,
Rs 3 ttiiV~l5?tf 'Fbe lmnijfid collection of paint-
inli|;tPhildJelphia artists, are this day, and for
.' d .. ....,W the I,*IL thrown ope n to th.
;,pA mtegfl ctaoB; stid .whith if view
"" .tQ thfc'c6R iuatDll.M my attend, it is necessa.
.":e'tltdpefr ,el ve w.ith. cat. .
!''. 'Bh* theeh'Tvet ,Oh hIn shsmtreet. .


tgvenlrfg:Ptw ut talit the JuOy in tiis casei
it o'clockot n Friday morning, came nto coutr
and announced, through their foreman, that the
had not been able to agree upon a verdict, Th
court gave them some instructions relating to thl
points of disagreement, when the jury again re
tired. At 4 o'clock in the afternoon they returned
and rendered a verdict for the I'nited *States,
$26,006. 75, without prejudice to the claims of e
other party to the following drafts, viz:-183:
* Sept. 24, pa'd Reeside, $2000 00; 1834, Marc
24 do do 1,000 00; July 11 do do 1,500C00
October 1 do do 500 00; 1835,lMay 5, draft an d
1,000 00.-

DErSPRfATE ATTEMPT TO 1 CJK JAIL.-
r Threeprisoners confined in the 'Buffailo jail, name
McNabb, Porter, and West, on the night of th
13th, made a most daring-and desperate effort 1
i break jail, by murdering ,Mr. AIotchkiss, the jaile
- which purpose they supposed they had effected
I When assistance came, the jailer'was fund upo
I the'trat floor, holding himself tip by the grates (
t a cell, nearly exhausted from the foss'of blood. H
soon after became insensible. His skull is fractu
red so severely, that no hopes are entertained of hi
recovery. Through the good management of Doty
a debtor, none >ofthe prisoners escaped.

ARRIVAL OF THE DoLPHIN.-The U. S. bril
SDolphin, Lieut. Comdt. Mackehzie, arrived in the
lower bay of New York, on Friday, from'Montevi
d o, via Io Janerio, Bahia, and Pernambuco, 22
days. The following is a list of-her officers :
Lieut. Commanding, Alexander Slidell Macken-
zie; Lieuts. Francis Huger, Wm. W. Bleecker
John Rodgers, (acting) ; Purser, A. E: Watson,
Assistant Surgeon, James M. Minor; Passed Mid.
bhipman, Charles E. L. Griffin.
The blockade at Buenos -Ayres by the French
continued, without a prospect of being soon with-
drawn.

The Halifax Times of the 8th, mentions the ar-
rival other, of the Ueaam frigate Medea, lat. from
Bergrada--.dialBg that while on her way from Ha-
vana to Jemaica, she was Oird into, at night, by a
French man-of-war brig. One man was killed, and
several were wounded by the fire.
The Frenc:h commander said that he mistook
her foray Mexican. He apol igized to Commodore
Douglas, on discovering his error, and the apology
was accepted.

TE~r CZNT PxICZs.--'Phe bakers of NewOr-
leans have lately resolved that they would not take
ten cent pieces for more than six and a quarter
cents! To obviate' this determination of the bakers
to take the "regulation of the -currency" into their
own hands, the Councils of the city passed an or-
dinance requiring the bakers to make ten and fifteen
cent loaves hereafter.

VIRoINiAL.-The Virginia elections commence
on Thursday next. The contest will be one of
warmth and excitement. The Richmond Enqui-
rer seems confident. of a favorable result to democ.
:racy, -

A RE riEzv.--lThe Governor of New York has
granted a reprieve of one month to Wilbur, who
was to have been executed on the 23d instant, for
the murder of Barber, to enable his counsel to apply
tohtbe Supreme Court for a new trial. We learn
from. the American, that the application is based
upon evidence that the jury h.d two-bottles of rum
in their room while deliberating on their verdict.

Professor Locke; of Cincinnati, by some recent
observations, made with great accuracy, at the
Medical College at that place, haassdetermined its
latitude to be 39 degrees, 4 minutes and 45.6 sec-


ends.

Thomas Morgan, recently convicted of the mur-
der of htbrotler.in-law, Joseph Spencer,,was sen-
tenced ut Wilmington, Delaware, on Thursday,
last, to be executed on Monday, the 17th of June.

- Hans Knudsens, one of the mutineers on board
of the Braganza, has been found guilty by the
New York Jury, but is recommended to mercy.-
Wilhelm was sentenced.n Friday, to be executed
on the 21st of dune. -

The St Louis Republican of'the 6th of May, an-
nounces the arrival of Mr Forrest at that place.

-From the NAuTw Oreaa Courier of May 10th.
There has been an arrival to-day from Laguna.
The aepwui somria w alted on thie-A t i ts Atj-at
time *MwasI tranquil; nor was there, thathliieuIld
hear, any. news from Gen. Mexia's army. -

By the steamer New York, we hav received
Galves4on papers of the 3d instant, and Houston
of the.lst. They .contain nothing important-no
news from the Mexican states.
-rom: the Houston Morning Star.
We learn with much regret that several vessels
have been fitted out from New Orleans, to proceed
to Cuba, and smuggle slaves into our country.-
The course inliued to be pursued in effecting this
objct,'is to rrFfthe vessel up the Sabine, and land
them on the United States eoat, from which the
transportation of them across the river into our own
country would bebut the work of a morient.

S From the Daily Morning Noytew.
The Philadelphia Bar.
SGO. W. BLXTO,'2SQ..
This gtleman is not only distinguished-in Phi.
ladelphia, but celebrated in his native city Lan-
caster, and throughout the state. Wherever he has
gone he has won celebrity. He is unquestionably
one of the most promising young men at the bar,
thas already attained an enviable reputation, and is
fast rising to a still loftier height in the estimation
both of the public and of the profession. He has,
-moreover, distinguished himself alike as a politics
ai and a lawyer. For one so young such celebrity
it rare.
I T. person, Mr Barton is tall and slim. His face
mas an expression almost indiamribable, com biing
a iouch of the humorous- with a wonderfully wB&j l
look. The peculiarity of the, eyes, and the muscat
about the pouthi give it this singular appearanlA
When .|Besa to' address thejury his manner is
easy, wffng, unrestrained, His ex6rdium is al-
ways, appropriatei,he delivers it too with a confident
ease which ensures success, and after having duly
pwp'red his audience, he plunges headlong into the
midrtof his speech,mingling logic and declamation,
wit, sophistry, and humor, with all the ease of a
practiced speaker, and all the warmth of aubuest
hoartedAi- Ha seems never to prepare mlrart
,but the opening and closing of his speech, but to-
,trust to a good memory, a knowledge of his sub-
ject, the excitement of the moment, and his great
powers of declamation to carry him triumphantly
through. Ner does he overrate himself. Perhaps,
Qw men at the bar combine so many of the requi-
rites of an orator in one person. He is not only
logical, but he is eloquent. Now .orlvincing, now
persuading, ngw amusing, now warming iqto in-
digaaiton,heqe fitted'as well for the theatre of the rea-
son as for that of the feeling lone. At times logi-
pal to t fault, at.tidas eloqtoe.-in the last degree,
imas humorous, at times pathetic, at times tde
*inatory, at times pictureaque,-now playing with
his subject as if hi, only purpose was delay, ..and
now rushij a storm of ftre doewgn his fee,
jJ^^^K_ k L-d_- Hi S_


Pi-- ,,--.-.y


NEW YORK.
The Albany Argus publishes a comparative
table, showing the results of r.town election, in


suits of the comparison are thus summed up by
that paper, from which it will be seen that the
prospect'for- the democratic party in November
next is indeed cheering: -
These results show a democratic nett gain, since
last year, of seventy-four towns. The federal ma-
jority in all the districts, is-only 8 towns; and the
democratic majority in the seven districts, excluding
the 8th, is 59 towns.
But this is not the extent of the democratic gain.
'This can only be shown by the gain in the aggre-
gate vote of the counties. For instance,, in
Dutchess, where last fall the majority against the
democratic tickets was 523, it is now only 227; in
Bolster, which gave a federal and .conservative ma-
jority of. 968 last fall, there is now a democratic ma-
jority in the county; in Onondaga, where the-fede-
ratlsts elected their tickets by 40, the federal organ
of the county admits that the republican majority
foots up at more than 300; in Jeferoon, which
gave in the' fall a federal majority of. 516 for Go-
vernor, and 680 for Congress, we have now a de-
cided democratic majority; and in the first 'Senate
district, which the federalists carried last fall by a
majority of 1331 for Congress, and 812 for Go-
vernor, the democratic majority is now 1060, being
a democratic nett gain of t,39 1.
SThere is yet a stronger indication of coming
events, than even.these gratifying political changes.
It may be seen in the prevalent tone and impres-
siop' of tbp democratic party, that the next election
will prostrate federalism in the State, and that in
the great Presidential contest of the next year, the
friends of the democracy will come in with as
sweeping g triumph as that w4ich -'signalized the
st election of Marti4 Yan Buren.

.atest Indlan l ews. .
From the Tullahassee Sttir, May 8.
Once more we ar" compelled to darken our
columns with the atrocities-of the unrelenting and
wakeful Seminoles. All has been quiet for some
time past, but it was only the fearful calm which
precedes the storm.
Lieutenant Hulbort was a native of New York,
and a. graduate of West Point. We sincerely
mourn the loss of those valuable young officers of
our army;,
The following letter from 'Captain Peyton we
publish-verbatim :
ST. MAxB's, MAr 7, 1839.
SSiR :, I have this moment returned from Dead-
man's Bay, and have to comnimunicate to you Ihe
melancholy intelligence of thie murder of Lieutenant
Hulbert ;nd private O'Dtiscoll, of the 6th infantry,
by the Seminoles.
The express rider between Fort Frank Brooke
6nd Fort Andrewt,'did not'arrive in season, and
Lieutenant Hulberti with (te men, went out from
hbe plce on thel'd of Ma't6 asc n tah't ihe reason.
Ahn lt aldt ab hlthe twn nnstn the twn nn tha ommaru


i, V0oit wealth V,# Those. W. Dfytt
t C11tMtiAL. Berssxoo, Saturday, May 18.
' Evidence .of Peter Y. Calder, continued.-A
e great many suits were brought against Dr Dyott,
e and a great deal of money was paid on them, more,
e- I should think, than $30J ; the Doctor furnished
1, funds to redeem notes; Michael never furnished
,1 any to my knowledge; the- Doctor paid a large
amount for the purpose from the tine of 'the sue
pension to the time. of his application for the be-
3, nefit
h When the goods were taken away, I saw no at-
); tempt at secrecy, and no more hurry than was re-
lo quired by the lateness of the season; John B. &
Charles W. Dyott were in the habit of going tc
New York and Boston to receive orders for glass-
ware; previous to the shipping of. these goods.
- Charles had been absent for several days. It was
generally known that Dr Dyott had mortgages on
te his real estate; never heard him tell Mr Simpson
lo they were paid off; have no knowledge of any
r, funds or property he has concealed. The Doctor
d. was in the habit of purchasing almost every kind of
merchandize. The notes which were redeemed in
f bank were paid for in good money; those redeem-
ed at the stores were paid for in goods bought with
e post notes; there have been thousands of dollars
i- redeemed with good money. The Doctor was al-
s ways pushed, for money. The goods removed
were in packages of great bulk-and small value.
Cross-examined by Mr. Hirst.-I did not be-
lieve the Doctor was insolvent till he filed his pe-
tition; I made out from his books a schedule of
9 the debts due him ; hunted through his books as
e far back as 1828--perhaps as far back as 1825.
[Here Mr. Hirst shewed to the witness the peti-
2 tion of Dr D. and the schedule -embodied in it,
from which it appeared, that debts had "been re-
turned which were due in 1814,115 and '16, and
witness then recollected that he had hunted the
' books back somewhat further than 1825.)
There was nothing paid for extra cle:k hire in
bank except to Mr. Hackwin one month, and none
in drug store.
There was no partiality shewn to 'applicants for
. money during the run of 1837; there was no pre-
ference except in the case of ladies. The Manual
Labor money we paid out in 1838 was to persons
who requested to be so paid; recollect two persons
we paid Manual Labor bills to. I do not know
where the books of T. W. Dyott, Jr. & Co. are at
- present; am not acquainted with the contents of
J. B. & C. W. Dyott's books. I am now elploy-
e de by Mr:Sneid, assignee of J. B. & C. W.Dyott,
'arranging .their- goods,- for the ensuing sale,-
The day of closing business November 4th,
1838, there were Manual Labor notes in the bank
to the amount of $2010 77. In the estimate of
the amount of notes which have been redeemed
since the suspension, I included,the sua of $61,000
which the Doctor had inW his private :chest. Over
$3000 in post notes have been put into my hands
by T. W. Dyott, Jr. since the 3d of March. All
the notes which have been withdrawn from ci cula.
tion, as well as those which have never been put in
circulation, signed and unsigned, are in my pos-
session;,-I was directed by Judge King to take
charge of them.-
Court adjourned at half-past -12 o'clock, to give
Judge Conrad an opportunity to attend in the Cri-
minal Court room, for the purpose of sentencing
prisoners convicted at the April term.

The investigation at New Orleans, with regard
to the cotton speculations of Mr. Vincent Nolte,
has been brought to a satisfactory conclusion
through the agency of the Citizens' Bank. This in-
stitution agrees to advance to the sellers of the
cotton in litigation the amount due, upon the se-
curity of Nolte's bills endorsed by the said vendors
-the bank to be the trustee to sell the cotton; and
to meet the bills when they arrive at maturity with
the proceeds of sales.

Tax GALLANT DEAD.-Brigadier General At-
kinson, announces through the columns of the St.
Louis papers, that he has received from. Florida the
remains of Major General Gentry, of the Missouri
militia, and'Col. of the Florida Volunteers, and'of
Capt. Van Swearingen, Lieuts. Brooke and Centre,
of the 6th Reg't. U. S. Infantry, who fell in the
battle of Okee Chobee, against the Seminole Indi-
ans, on the 25th of December, 1837; and that it is
intended to render funeral honors to the gallant and
meritorious dead.

MELANCHOLY SarPwarxcx.-The Sag Harbor
Corrector of Wednesday, says:-The ship Edward
Quesnel, Wm. Wood, master, of Fall River, with
2300 bMbs. ofoil, (1400 sp.) came on shore four'
rmlea east of Amagansett, (1Easthamnton) about 12
o'clock, on Monday night last, second mate and six
men drowned;' two bodies have been picked up.
Vessel broke up, and the oil floating along shore,
most of which will be lost.


'HTIRIisBuno, May 18th, 1839.
Housx or REP.-The bill from the Senate, to
chatter the Allegheny coal company, was taken up
in committee of the whole, and passed through
all its readings-Mr Carpenter moved an amend.
ment making the stockholders individually liable,
which was disagreed to, yeas 36, nays 52.
The Forest improvement bill, which was at one
time lost, afterwards reconsidered, committed to the
committee on corporations and reported -by that
committee, was taken up and passed.
The House passed a resolution, directing the
purchase of a new seal for the commonwealth.
The bill which provides that the faith of the
,state shall be pledged for the payment of 5 per
cent. interest, on a loan of $250,000 to the Wil-
liamsport and Elmira rail-road company, was taken
up end debated for some time.
The bill providing for a similar guarantee, in
favor of the Delaware and Schuylkill canal, was
offered as aqn amendment by Mr'Ryan, and nega-
tived, yeas 16, nays 59.
The House adjourned at 12 o'clock, without tak-
ing the question upon the bill.
SxrATE.-Mr Williams presented- a memorial
signed by a number of contractors on the public
works, complaining of the conduct of the present
board of Canal Commissioners, in reference to re-
estimating their work, making deductions fioni
previous estimates, &c. &c. Mr Williams moved
that the memorial be referred to the committee on
Inland Navigation, with directions to make en
quiry, and to send for persons and papers.
This subject produce. a lengthy debate, and
several amendments welI offered touching an en-
quiry into the acts of the former board of Canal
Commnissioners,which was subsequently withdrawn,
and-the resolution agreed to.
Mr. Williams offered a resolution to appoint a
committee to inquire into the speech of Gen. Miller,
ofAdams county, upon the bill to pay the troops.
in which it is alleged he has insulted and abused
the members, and treated thpeSenate with gross in-
dignity, &c.
-.fcint afAl"r hrfifrk t na ur_ ----if-c-- J-l--_


wutU wn-u out snort -y a motion to aujourn. -
Taz DIsiA oTER ON BOARD THE GoaRGE COL-
LIER..--We find in the New Orleans American the
annexed notice of the late steamboat accident:-
The piston 'rod, which works in the cylinder,
and by which thelpine is propelled, being attach-
ed by a.key or bolt which passes through the tea
bead, gave way, at the rent which received the bolt,
and being relieved from the immense weight
against which it had to struggle, was driven
through the cylinder head, and gave free room for
the steam to escape. The aft doors of the deck
room were closed, consequently the effects of the
steam were unavoidable upon the inmates. The
stands were thrown from under two boilers, hut the
concussion was not severely experienced on the
boat. The most of those killed and injured were
in the berths-on the deck, aft of the boilers. So
soon as the -accident occurred, many rushed for.
ward unconsciously in the face of danger, and in-
haling the heated vapour, instantly perished, or
lived to linger a few hours in indescribable mi-
sery.
It is supposed that between forty and fifty per-
sons were scalded. The clerk of the Collier rates
them at forty-four, consisting of deck passengers,
and part of ihe crew who had retired or were sta-
tionred on watch.
There were strong stalwart men, calling aloud'in
their misery for their great Protector to relieve
them. How noble did the fortitude ofsome of the
females appeqj The fair skin had been curled
and crisp, and the bright and lustrous eye had
been quenched, or tf e irritation hqd closed up thl
swollen lid* and shut out the world's light.' What
must hav been their agony-the flesh falling from
red lips-themselves become of a sudden soft, and
ready to faI and JqevIe he face divine a horrid spec-
tacle.
We cannot conceive how the accident might haMK
been anticipated. We do not remember to have
heard of one of a similar kind. T1e steamer
Gleorge Washington eamr down hapt an hour
and a half after the accident, and towAB her down;
every assistance in his power was promptly ren-
dered ,by Capt Quairier of -the Washington, than
whom -there is not a more amiable, attentive,
high-minded and, honorable officer on the western
Waters. -
We crossed over yesterday to see the Collier and
examine the extent of her damage. Io eqpploiion
seems to have taken place, but the immense force
of the suddenibplure of the piston at the key,
thereby disengaging the whole propelling power
from the machinery by which the boat was moved,
impelled from the screws the cylinder head, andJde.
ranged the boiler stands, thereby causing a current
of heated vapor to escape, which was 'fatal to all
wha eamaojm ota'apwit I and were exposed tao t.
We have scarcely ever -.n a more hear-rend-
ing spectacle than the dreadfully scalded yet eking


.Plci/sytlaniia Legklatlctri.
,.. erreapotilneec of the Pfmriyeaiunlan.)
'itARGntsBTlrt, May 17, i839.
In tle House, Mr. Smith, of Franklin, offered
, a resolution instructing the committee on the Ju-
diciary System to inquire into the expediency of
ascertaining the sense of the people in relation to
I the election of Canal Commibsioners. Mr. Morton
e moved to amend so as to include the offices of Au
ditor General, Surveyor General, &c. This amend-
ment was lost-yeas 35, nays 51.
Mr. Crabb then offered an amendment similar te
- those offered previously, which was postponed-
- yeas 50, nays 36.
Mr. Konigmacher offered a resolution instructing
D the Judiciary Committee to inquire into the.expe.
-diency of dividing the state into three districts, and
of so apportioning the Canal Commissioners that
s each district shall be entitled to one member in the
i Board. On motion, this subject was postponed.
Mr. Hinchman then offered a resolution of inquiry
by the same conmmiittee, into the propriety of repor-
r ting a bill providing for the increase of the number
f and salary of the Canal Commissioners, and provi-
I ding that one-tlird of their number shall be elected
annually by the Legislature. This was postponed
also. Mr. Hill, front the Committee on Corpora.-
tions, reported a bill to incorporate the Columbia
Insurance Com|pbitiy of, Philadelphia. Mr. Ryan,
from same committee, reported a bill to incorporate
the Pennsylvania Literary Institution of Philadel-
phia. The bill in relation to certain officers was
passed through third reading. Alsa, the bill for the
relief of Demis and others, indicted in York county
for kidnapping, finally passed. The House have-
fixed Wednesday next for the further -consideration
of the joint resolution for an adjournment sine die
on the llth day of June. The bill providing for
the election of two Justices of the Peace in each
borough and township, and one Alderman in each
ward, was taken up and passed through Committee
of the Whole, when the House adjourned. During
the consideration 'of the bill in relation to Justices
of the Peace,&c.,Mr. Cox suggested an amendment
which he will offer when the bill is up again, pro-
viding that these officers shall give good and suffi-
cient security for the payment of all moneys which
come into their hands. To my view, this is a most
excellent proposition, one that should be carried,and
no doubt will be; '
In the Senate, several remonstrances were pre-
sented against the location of the Philadelphia and
Trenton Rail-road in Third street, in the Northern
Liberties.
The bilL topay the troops was again taker. pp
and discussed. Mr,.rown advocated in strong
terms the amendment a( Mr. Fraley to allow the
troops pay for three mentUs. Before the question
was taken on it, the Senate adjourned.
There is a great disposition on the part of some
of the members that the session shall be a short one.
Others again-are careless about it. I do not think
an adjournment will take place much before the
latter end of June or beginning of July, as there
are many laws to pass under the amended Consti-
tuiion, the most of which will require great delibe-
ration, and will no doubt excite considerable debate.
The resolution in the House in reference to the fi-
nal adjournment, will be considered on Wednesday
next.


made the orde- of the day for Monday morning
'next, and also from corresponding bodie;. '--
The appointment of delegates to correspond-
ing bodies was made the order of the day for
next Tuesday morning.
The election of a '1Treasurer was indefinitely
postponed, and the collections for the contin-
gent and Commissioners funds, be paid into
the hands of the stated clerks,
Overture, No. 1-relating to the erection of
a Synod of Newark. No. 3-a Memorial from
the Presbytery of Ripley, Ohio, on the subject
of Slavery, *ere received and read--thei -ast
report was postponed until Tuesday next.,
Overtures No. 1 and --Memorials from t
Presbytery of Newark and Montrose, request-
ing the eretion of a new Presbytery by the
name of Rockaway, and also tb# erection of a
new Synod, by the name of the Synod of New-
ark, were taken up. Whereupon the Presby,-
tery of Newark was divided, and the Presby-
tery of Rockaway was erected. The minis-
ters and congregations belonging to the 'Pres-
hytery of Newark, Rockaway and Montrose,
were set off from the synod of New Jersey,and
are erected into a new Synod, to be called the
Svnod of Newark.
Several other matters of business were at-
tended to, when the, Assembly, adjourned till
this afternoon, at half-past 3 o'clock.
Concluded with prayer.

RAIL.ROAD Abr.MNT.--About 4 o'clock yes-
terday. afternoon-a-girl about 7 years of age, named
Ellen Dunn, the daughter of a widow residing at
31 Orange street, was instanrly killed by being run
over by one of thei'burthen cars of the Harlem Rail
Road Company. The child was conveyed to the
Hospital,' where the Coroner held an inquest
on the body.' From the testimony there adduced,
it appears that the car was laiden with dirt, and
ihat wlkn nearly' opposite theo Poqt Office several
children jumped on the sideboards, although forbid
to do so by the driver. The deceased was among
the number, and while endeavoring to get on the
board her foot slipped, and she fell under one of the
wheels which passed over her chests and deprived
her almost instantly of-life .The driver went im-
mediately to the Police Office and gave himself up.
It was the unanimous opinion of all who witnessed
the transaction, that the driver was not in the least
to blame for the unfortunate occurrence.
The jury returned a verdict of accidental death,


FOURTH WARD, KENSINGTON,
'At a meeting of the Democratic citizens, held at
the house of Wm. Rambo, May 16th, 1839, for
the purpose of nominating two suitable persons
as candidates for Commissioners, and one fo.CCon-
stabe--PETER RAMBO Esq, was called the
Chair; Wm. Faunce, and Christopher .6lzell,
were appointed Secretaries.


The IageneOtown (Md.)-Torch Light of Trhurday
morning says "We ietarn that the growing wheat
crop, in this section of country,; ha not presented a
more promising appearance, for many years, than it
does at present. The rye, generally speaking, does
not look well and will not probably yield more than
halt a crop. The grass is short and posture scaice.
It is too early yet to form any opinion as to oatsanu
corn. l'he weather is now pleasant and seasonable,
and the ground in good growing order."
The Frederick (Md.)' Citizen of Friday morning,
says:-"Tlhe season has been uncommonly propitious
for the grain crops in this section, and it we may
judge at this early stage, there is every probability of
a plentiful harvest to crown the labors of the agri-
culturalist."
The Westminster (Md) Carrolltonian of Friday
morning, says:-"It is'too soon to speak with much
certainty about the growing crops of Grain. We
can say, however, that at this season of the year
the Wheat has not presented a better appearance in
outr county, for a length of time, and unless the far-
mer is disappointed in his anticipated expectations,
the product will be great. The rye is only tolerable,
and cannot be, under any circumstances,a very hea-
vy crop. The season',thus far, tfor corn and oats,
has been propitious."
The Martinsburg (Va.) Gazette of Thursday, no-
ticing the favorable accounts we have of the ap-
pearance of the growing crops in different sections
ofthe county, thus speaks of'them in that part of
Virginia: "In old Berkely, if present appearances be
a guide, the agriculturalists will meet with an ample
return for their toil and labor. And the prospect of
a fine crop must be gratifying to all classes, as the
success of the farmer exerts so material an influence
on the vocation ot every one in this country:"
The last Mount Pleasant Register, published in
Westnmoreland county, Pa. says: "The Wheat Fields
in thisvicinity, have now every appearance of pro-
ducing an abundant crop. The earth is dressed in
its livery of green, and we have the pleasing pros-
pect of a fruitful season, and the labors of the hus-
bandman to be rewarded with a golden harvest."
The Milwaukee (Michigan) Advertiser, of the 27th
ult. says that the season thus far has been warm and
pleasant, and vegetation has come forward very ra-
pidly, at least three weeks earlier than last year.-
Ball. Pat.
Having within the last two or three weeks been
through a considerable portion of our own, as well
as Montgomery and Philadelphia counties, it is
with much pleasure, that we announce the fact,
that the winter grain, in almost all places, has a
very promising appearance. The grass is rather
backward, which is owing to the'drowth last sea-
son, by which the roots are somewhat injured.-
Vegetation of all kinds looks well, and is two weeks
earlier than last season. The fruit trees, if we may
be permitted to judge from the blossoming,
will yield well. The country at this time, pre-
sents one of the handsomest appearances that we
ever beheld, the luxuriant herbage which covers
the fields, and the half grown foliage of the fruit
and forest trees, is really splendid.-Doylestown
Democrat.

From the United Stales Gazette.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
SEVENTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
The Assembly met and was constituted with
prayer.
The calling of the roll was omitted. Minutes
of the last session read and approved. Several
additional commissions were reported.
The Moderator appointed the several commit-
tees, viz:--on Bills and Overtures, Messrs.
S$nodgrass, C. C. Beatty, Hughes, J. Morrison,
Lawrence, Harris, Symington, S. Marshall,
Ramsey, and H. Wilson.
Judicial-Messrs. -H. R. Wilson, Wylie,
Monfort, W. L. Breckinridge, A. Wilson,
Hayswood, Woodbridge, Weir, and M. Hous-
ton.
Also, on leave of absence, devotional exer-
cises, narrative, state of the church, &c.
Committee of elections made a report, and the
Assembly resolved that the 21st day of this month,
(May) be observed, with appropriate religious ex-
ercises, as the 50th anniversary of the organization
of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian
Church of the United States of America.
On motion of Mr Plumer, a committee was ap.
pointed to prepare an address to the churches on
the subject of the maintenance of doctrinal purity.
A communication from the board of Trustees, in
relation to certain legal proceedings, was received,
and committed to the committee on the state of the
church,
Adjourned till this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Concluded with prayer.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Friday Morning, 9 o'clock.
The Assembly met, and was opened with
prayer. .
After the calling of the roll, several addi-
tional Commissioners were reported, after
which the Moderator appointed the following
Committees.
Judicial-Dr. Fisher, Dr.. Hill, M.,ers. I
Duffield, Gridley, Rood, Mr. J. L. aiason,
Stewart, Leavitt, p. F. Smith, and H'firy H.
Brown. Also,eommittees on Mileage-sn the
Narrative, Devotional Exercises, and Leave of
Absence, &'.. l
The Committee on Elections made report,
-elative to the division of the Presbytery of
east Hanover. The substance of which is-
hat the delegate from the minority of said I
Presbytery be received, aud the Presbytery of !
lanover be a constituent part of the General c
Assembly,


Ate~ Uk' 8TOOKS.
May 18.
ItPonTE i) TZ BOARD of 11
8 shares United States Bank
2 do do
6 do Faim i& Mech Bank
8 do Commercial Bank
01 do Girard Bank
31 do Kentucky Bank,
12 do Corn Bank, Natchez.
34 do Vicksburg Bank C & P
| 6 do Schuylkill Nav
35 do do 90 ds s o fiat
13 do do
10 do do
9 do Norristown R R C & P


SALES MAT 17 AT THE SECOND BOARD.
1 shs U SBank 1181
78 do Kentucky Bank 891
85 do Girard Bank, 491
1 do do 491
50 do Vicksburg Bk 60 ds 62J
30 do Schuylkill Nav 118

SALES AT NEW YORK-May 17.
1085 shs Del & Hud Canal 80j
50 do Ohio Life & Trust Co
74 do Morris Canal 491
53 do Vicksburg Bank 61
60 do Kentucky Bank
74 do Mohawk R it 644
.30 do N J Rail Road & T Co 1
60 do Stonington Rail Road 36J
560 do Harlem Rail Road 581


o80
105
50
611
891
651
101
36
b8i


Caution to Steamboata.-The owners of the,
Cincinnati, at the present term of the common
pleas in thiscounty, recovered a verdict of $1952
against the owners of the Milwaukie, for damage
sustained by a collision of the'two boats about a
year ago,when the Cincinnati was coming into this
port. The case has been:appealed to the Supreme
Court in August. Should the judgment be affirm-
ed, we shall probably have less frequent collisions
of the kind to record hereafter.- Cleave land
(Ohio) Gazette, .May 9.

PIARRIUED.
On the 14th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Wylie, Rev. R.
H. B3uATTIE, of Walden, Orange county, N. York, to
Mis MARY A. BRUSTER, of this city.
On Thursday evening, the Irthi inst., hy the Rev.
Richard D. Hall, eBacor of St. Mary's, Wett Phila-
delphia, DAViD D. CRIsPENN, to MARY HALL, eldest
daughter of the late William Jones, all of this city.
O:. Thursday evening, 16th inst., by the Rev. Wm.
Shadrach, Mr. THOMAS J. TATEM, to Miss REBEcCA
P., daughter of Lemuel Howell, Esq., all of this city.

Pliliadelphia Boardi of" 'rraac.
Monthly Committee.
JACOB M. THOMAS, GEORGE H. MARTIN,
JACOB LEVERING.
I


Letter liags,
.At the Philadelphia Exchanire.
Ship Levant, McDowell, Canton, soon
Baeque Coosa, Moore, Rio de Janeiro, May 16
Barque Amelia, S. M. Sage, Hamburg, soon
Brig Venezuela, Peddle, Laguayra, via Trinidad,
Port Spain, soon
Brig Swan, Snell, New Orleans, soon
Brig Martha Ann White, Paynter, Palermo, soon
Brig Pacific, Latour, Bordeaux, soon
Brig Jos. Richards, (new) Smith, Charleston, soon
BrigiGrecian, Lamont, New Orleans; soon
g-YAll Letters intended to be forwarded by the Li-
verpool Packets, and other vessels advertised in tht
aboye list, must be left at the Foreign Letter Office
up stairs, Philadelphia Exchange, and not dropped in
che Office below.
i~ ,


I-sort of 1Phmilada.--yay 20.


ARRIVED.
Ship Plato, Tubbs, 16 days fiom Mobile, with ce-
dar and cotton to J. Welsh.
Ship Ohio, J E. Mathieu, 17 days from New'Or-
leans; with pork, lead, sugar, &c. to Barclay & Bar-
nabue.
Barqute Josephine, Johnson, 16 days from New Or-
leans, with m'dze to Joseph Hand.
Brig AnnAWayne, Wood, from Malaga, April 6th,
and Gibraltar, 8th, with wine, &c. to captain.
Bri gRupert, Rankin, 13 days from Matanzas, with
molanses, pineapples and watermelons to S. & W.
Welsh.
Brig Antares, Clark, 5 days from Boston, with mdze
to Lincoln & Ryerss.
Brig Poru, Crosby, 5 days from Boston, with mdze
to Palmer & Hale.
Portuguese brig Fortuna, from Oporto, April 5,with
wine to Robt. Adams & Co.
Schr Weymouth, Hudson, 2 days from Great Egg
Harbor, with castings, to T. S. Richards.
Schr Retrieve, Burnham, 8 days from Gloucester,
with mackerel, to capt.
Schr Elizabeth & Rebecca, Allen, 8 days from Hud-
ion, with mdze to McKee & Ginder.
Schr Despatch, Corson, 2 days from Biltlmore, in
ballast-to captain.
Schr Doctor, Jones, 2 days from Berlin, with grain,
:o W. 4 S. Newell.
Schr Lagrange, Crowell. 3 days from Richmond,
wih flour and tobacco, to Joseph Hand.
Schr Illinois, Tomlin, 6 days from Newport, in bal-
ast to capt.
Schr Protection, Nelson, 2 days from New' York,
with mdze to R. F. Loper.
Schr Hester Caroline, Dennis, 2 days from Port De-
posit, w lumber, to captain.
Th rS -d schr Pan Matanzas, Thornhill, from
M1esfii: 10, and 54 days fiom Gibraltar, with
rOiand wine to Thos. Bond;
S'rouch, Tomlin, 3 days from N. York,
-*. ^*g- .^ ^- --- ..


nr iJaaesa L'mout, -eii, 7 says irom Albany, with
'-_- -. A. G in d e r a n w t
S :hr Columbian, Watson, 7 dayb fm Albany, wia-
mdze to McKee & Ginder.
Scbr Hope, George, 4 days from York River, with
grain to Brown & Godwin,
Schr Riynear Williams, Stubbs, of Wilford, 7 days
from Hartford, with curb stones to N. W. Roberts.
Schr Ceres, Decker, 7 days from Bath, with salt
and laths to S. 4, W. Welsh.
Sloop Star, Whaley, 7 days fm Albany, with mdze
to McKee & Giader.
CLEARED.
Ship Monongahela, J. W. Miercken, Liverpool, H.
& A. Cope.
Ship Peruvian, Wootten, pernambuco, John Mc-
Crea.
Ship United States, 1arr, Charleston, Robert Bur-
ton.
Ship Carouge, Williams, St. Andrews, NB., Robt.
Taylor.
Barque Lark, Lowry, Rio de Jateiro, Bevan &
Humphreys.
Barque Ohio, Levy, Bordeaux, P. & E. Laguerenne.
Brig Alcyone, Montevideo, G. Trott.
Brig Lincoln, Ricker, St. Johs, NB. Walters &
Souder. "
Schr Agnes, Sharp, Wilmington, NC. Armer Pat-
ton.
Schr Union, Hughes, Richmond, Joseph Hand.
Sehr Palestine, Thomas, Baltimore, Joseph Hand,
Sloop Annabella, Siyrta, Albany, McKee & Gin-
der.


MEMORANDA.
Ship Octorara, Decan, was up at N. Orleans, 10ih
inst. for Liverpool.
Ship North America, Simmons, was spoken 30th
Nov. lat 36, Ion 103-had 700 bbls whale, and 80
sperm oil-by the Selma, at New fd.
Ship LouiaiaPa, from New Yor Eio Janeiro,
was spoken 3d April, lat 1 40, Ion rljW,-eso re-
ported by the Selma at New Bedford.-W
Ship John N. Gosler, wao at Canton 17tIh Jan. for
Philadelphia about the 3Cth.
Barque Chanticleer, Thomas, cleared at New Or-
leans, 9th inat.. for Boston,
Brig Nqrfolk, Matthews, hence for Halifax, at
Holmes' HIole, 13th int.
Brig Adeline, Ward. hence at Wilmingtnm, NC.,
13th inat.
Brig J. Cohen, Jr., Moore, at Boston, 16th inst. from
Gibraltar.
Brig Sarah & Phoebe,. Leach, from Eastport for
Philad at S Plem 15th ibsut.
Brig Ella, Matthews, hence for Boston, at Holmes'
Hole, 13ih inst
Schr CQlumbia, Stevens, hence at Savannah, 13th
inst. Experienced very rjugh weather on the pas-
sage.
Schr John Stull, Teal, sailed from Richmond. on
Wednesday, for Philad.
Schr Pantaloon, Kerwan, hence at Baltimore on
Thursday.
Schrs Wm. Brown, Anthony, and New Delight,
Kelly, hence at New Bedford on Wednesday. '
Sqhr J. W. Caldwell. Bradlpry, cleared at Balti,
more on Thursday for Philada.
Barges Cayuga, and Star, henre at New York on'
1hu sdy.at
Barge Comet, cleared at New York on Thursday
for Philada.

CIRCULATINi LisBKaTI 'Fro 8AW.--For


.TtoKius.
118 100

591 60
601 50
491 50
891j 100
85 100
611 100
118 50
117
117
117
6 50


, Pennwyliania ilorticiltural
Society.
I7rHE stated meeting for May will be held in the
Society's Ro-Bm, Filth street below Chesnut, on,
TUESDAY EVENING, 21st inast. at 8 o'clock.
The April meeting was, as usual, very interesting.
from the display.of numerous fine specimens of Fruit,
Flowers and Vegetables, and gave high promise kr
all future meetings of the Society, when the season
and weather will permit.
The Committee on Vegetables, Rep3tw, fur the
Society's intermediate meeting" bf3rill March:
That Robert Reed, gardener to Mr. J. Ji Vanderkemp,
is entitled to the Preinium for the six best heads of
Lettuce,: and that an honorary Prtmium is recom-
mended to be given to Archibald Ritchie, gardener
to Mr. Joshua Longstreth, for the six next best.
Daniel Reilly, gardener to Mr. Pierce Butler,
showed, also, fine Leotuce and Cucumbers.
Philip; Reilly, gardener to Mr. Great also some .
fine Lettuce.
Wm. Chalmers, 'gardener to Mrs. Slott, do.
STATED MgETINGo, APRIL 16T.H.-Premium to
Daniel Reilly, gardener to Mr. P. Batter, for the best
forced Cucumbers and S'ea Kale; also, a Premium for
his remarkable Caulihflwera produced on this ocea-
sion, being a month earlier than called for by the
premium list. : -
Premium to William' Chalmers, gardener to Mrt.
Stott, for the most interesting general dieplayof Ve-
getables on this oeca.ion.
Premium to Mr. Hugh Hhteb, of Camden, N. J.,
for his show of beautiful "winter blush" Apples.
Premium to Mr. Robert Buist, for the met interest-
ing general display of Plants in Pots.
Honorary Premium to Mr. Robert Kilvington, for
his fine display of Indigenous Plants, collected from
the banks of the Schuylkillt alo, to him the Premium
for the best Boquet JOHN W. BURROWS,
may 20-d2t Recording Secretary.
IIcAranns Gar4en,
Filbert and Schuylkit SixcthC Streets,
] OW open to the public, EVERY EVENING, at
h half past siX, upon the plan ot the Public Gar-
dens of Pari aiid London.'
The above beautiful Garden has been newly ar-
ranged, and will be brilliantly-illuminased and splen-
did y -decorated with variegated'- .mps, Chires.
Lantihorns, Transparencies, and Diorakna Views. Al-
so, an Orchestra with a Band of Music, under the di-
rection oft Professor Rasehe.
Lz- For particulars, see small bills.' *
Admittance (Grand Gala Nights), Monday, Wed-
nesday and Friday, 25 cents. Tuesday, Thutaday
sn(i Sa;urday, 121 cents. Admittane* daily, tilV56
o'clock, 121 cents, including Refreshiment.
my 20--d6t
Dr. ioung S Sidli, or Almond
Lotion.,, #,
T HIS valuable Cosmetic is a sublime combination'
of the most powerful agents for preserving and .
in proving to the utmost degree of pArfecsin, the na-
tural beauty of the human face and ski; combining
a real and beautifying Lotion of wonderful efficacy,
with a very agreeable perfume, aid so perfectly in,
nocent, that it may be given internally to a newborn-
infant. This Lotion communicates to the skin a de-
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llut. ll.i,.-- ^P ttelure-ir3-tntt~urirlt Ac-,.u.,-'-1-
cannot be described, and render-a countenance of
moderate pretension. iireraiWtiIy-tteUi im 4sdiy
removing every blem.htrom', itzBnce .and pwmte-
ing it from the inclemency of tha1'atmosphere, and
the ravages of time.
Prepared and sold on'yby-Dr. WM. YOUNG, at
his Infirmary for Diseases of the Skin, No. 33 south
Fourth street, near Chesrnut. my 8-dtf
CALLOWHILL8 T. BET WEN FIFTH AND
JULIAN. ,
Will be sold at the Philadelphia Exchange, oa Wed-
nesday evening, May 29th, at .half-past, seven
o'clock,
All that certain three story brick houe, and
l two story back building,with bake housesituato
on the north side of Callownll t. No. 187. The lot is
20 feet 5 inches front by 57 feet 3 inches deep. The
situation of this property is, ealeulated for any kind
of business-as the owner is about tecomving, it wilt
be sold without, reserve. Persons disposed to paw.
chase ate invited to call and elmtide the premise..
Cle* of all ineumbrance.
PR EP1Af*N # -BROTHEX,
my 20# 25 28g29-
Cheap 1ai .
A GREAT variety ofI MAS.oots'atin_ of Poket,.4
Travelling, and State MalPi; and thae of E :
rope, Asia, Africa, North and S&*tk Ameriea, Wor,
&c. &c.; more or less injured in the printing or other- .
wise, are offered for sale at very reduced rice, at
the Map Store, No. 309 Market street. Travellm.
teachers, and others, hvean oppora miiy of supplying
themselves with maps. at about one half the sto .
rates, if immediate application be iade as above. '"
my 20-d3t ,
Rule BarelI.
A SSORTED in acaflibre' weight, warrW ed4
-. proof, always on bat4 orr supplied to order, with
a full assortment of :HADOWARE, CUTLERY;
NAILS: CAROLINA HOE8L,.(OLLINS', OlM-
MONS', and TAUT'J Ni -L
PARsER, JMM.& SiEW6g1L,
241 Market st. directly opposite tlhRed Lienliftl.
my20--dtf
For Sale or to I4e4 "I M Xv
Rew0c t l e t
rJIWO goed Building Lota,- on Sehuy l Eig w "
-.. ttreer, north-of Sanafwasstrtee, wlth two frons,
each. A Apply to .. ... (BDLRGIN & At.LEN,
my 20--d3t .79 Ach tbetween 2d and 3d.
'. .t) tO tOe. Iron.

S, May 16, 1839. l
rTUHE Camboose Iron 4eqluired by the advertise
. mewt from tlfis-olfe'tiltSth instant, is to be
delive ted as follows, via .
One-third ol the quantithrqe ked for each claw
of vessel, to be delivered by the list September next;
One-third by the qVfSeeoubrm-neit; and
One-ttird by tiheist May ISM my 20-d6t


UT NTGELAFITTV 7~kA.4EvT. i
V INTAGE lWfa.,vcry4 esa quality, fst growl&
For sales by JAAOIS-NIDER, Jr.,
my 20-dtf No. 30Walnutsst.


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Ne-i ielierilt Poist OiCe0
Bua ldtinl.
Orytis Or fan CoMrtsatoNlBt o "fpi p o BttblNfli
-MAY 16, 1839.
PROPOSALS for doing the following work, ie.
L quired to complete this building,_ iTl be receiv-
ed at this office until the 10,h day ot'June next, the
whole to be executed agreeably to the designs and
specifications in the olfice of the Architect of the
Public Buildings, to which reference may be had:
lst. For cutting and setting the marble, per super-
ficial foot, to be competed by the first day of Octo-.
ber. 1840.
2d. For cutting and setting the granite, per super-
-ficial foot, to be conlpleted by the first day of Octo-
ber, 1840.
3d. For cutting and setting the freestone, persuper-
ficial foo', to be completed by the first day of Octo-
ber, 1840.
Proposals will also be received as above for exe-
cuting all the cut stone-work in marble, granite, and
freestone, required in the construcqy 0of the wall of
this building, agreeably to the designsend specifiea-
tions in the office ofthe Architect of the Publi Build-
ings, to which reference can be had.
,"The proposals must state the price per superficial
foot, including or excluding the furnishing of the ma-
terials; of all the plain work under a foot bed, in each
description of stone; the price of mdulded work, ac-
cording to ihe characterof mouldings, which can be
shown; the stone to be all delivered at the building,
cut and properly set in the wall, with suitable hebond-
ings The best white marble, the lighbest granite,
and the finest grained freestone to be used. The
work to be completed by the first day of October,
1840.
For doing all the Carpenters' and Joiners' wori re-
quired upon the building.
The piopoials must state, lst, the price pa square
for the centres for the arches; 2d, for' he-roof, pre-
pared for the coppering; 3d, for each of the windows
and doors completed,omitting or including the frames;
and 4th, for the edge-strips to the cement floors, per
room or toot running. ''he proposals for the work to
include all the labor of every description, and all the
necessary ironmaongery, locks, hinges, &c. All to be
comi leted by the fist day of March, 1841.
The iron Work, by the pound, to be finished at the
times ordered.
All the above work is to be done in this city, un-
der a strict superintendence, and in the best manner.
The materials required are to be of the best quality,
and will he received Under a rigid inspection.
Payments will be paid for work done at the end of
every month, so far as appropriations by Congress
will admit. a, "
Upon the stona work of the Im stey 15 per cent,
upon that of the second st-iry 10, < kvu upon that of
the third 5, and on all the rest of tthijtagrtioi,.a
work nnaertized fur-l. 1 p0w .,tfffheretafied un-
til the deliveries and jobs be completed, to ba forfei.
ted in case the best of materials are iot delivered
within the times ordered, and in case the work be
not completed in the best manner Within the re-
spective times stipulated in the contract.
my i0--dtlJune ,,