The Philadelphia evening star, and daily advertiser
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Title: The Philadelphia evening star, and daily advertiser
Alternate Title: Evening star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: W. Sloanaker & Co.
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: May 21, 1836
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1835?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 273 (May 24, 1836).
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-"*j"Men shonal with candor avow theihf principles, and not cower before-thp opposition of numbers---m'Truth is powerful,' -and has nothing to fear from investigationn..

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'W. Sloanaker & Co,
No. .95, Chesnut Street, 4 doors above Third,
DaNILY PA PRr SIX Dollars per annum, payable:
half-yearly in advance.
Ta.I-WaEmLyT containing the news and new ad-
vertisements. Three Dollars and Fifty Cents per
annum, half-yearly in advance.
,nn.No sub cription received for less than sil
months, nor will a paper be discontinued except at
Sthe option of the publishers, until all arrqprages are
paild; -
," A subscriber desirous of discontinuing the
paper, imut notify the publishers previous to the
expiration ofl'ie half year,.otherwise it will be can-
aidered a new engagement.

U. Bancroft, Tailor,
las Removed from Sevent streete, second lioose
6 below Race, to No. 19 North Eighth at.
f" ESPEC'FULLY informs iis friends and
-i, the public in general, that lie has receiv-
'ed.the. Fall Fashions. Also, a new assortment
of goods suitable for the season, to which he in-
vites their attention. jan 14
No. 112 North Fourth st. Philadelphia.
SLANKI and Account Books of every des-
cription, Manufactured at the shortest no.
twicee and at the lowest cash prices.
The highest price given for Rags.
sept 22-6m
,AS on hand a complete assortment of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, &c. which he
willdispose of on the most reasonable terms,
Wholesale and Ret;A I? .1. FISHIER, "
S. W. corner 71h and Buttonwood st.
N. B. Orders for Dr. Adams' Eye Water re-
ceiveidat- the abose place. feb 10

.17TH1'UB T.PP.1N # CO:.
No.. 25 Beaver street, New York, (between
.Broadway and Broad at.)
G IVE NOTICE, that they have taken a large.
and-convenient warehouse, as abone, un-
ti[ their store in Pearl st. can be rebuilt-where.
they offer a complete assortment of Silk Go.dse,
Umbrellas and Parasols, and Imported and Do-
meitic.Straw Goods, on the.usual credit, or for
cash, at as low prices as they can be obtained in
this country. feb 15
F RANCIS NEWLAND, No. 479 Market st.
one door above Thirteenth-has constant-
ly on hand, the most fashionable arid elegant
P.spie.- Hzfgings.
Also, Common Papers at very low prices.
A'lsd, just received an elegant assortment of
Borders and Fire Board Pieces.
Coip,try Dealers supplied. jain26
H"q,- mOOnZ ,
Lock Smith and Bell angerr.
"lESPECTFU LLY informs his friends ad
.U. the public in general, that he carricR on
the 4ovye busin.0s.min all their various brarAclhes,
at No. 189 Lombard street, Philadelphia.
.- I qiarwye Night Latches made on the-short-
est notice.
g. 9.. AI kinds of Brass Ware neatly re-
paized apr 12
No. 48, N. Fourth street, Philadelphia
tiESpETETULLY informs his friends andl
Jjjetle-.publio in gaeneal that he has received
,'sWi'M-arew assortment of goods suitable for the
season to which he inviteWi their attention.
kpt 8--d .
procured on Mortage. Land, Houses and Lots
forj le. Properties:exchanged; also, a variety
of Farms r sale. SAN M L. M. LYNN,
tmaaf?-tf.t No. 76, Vfne-st.

D R. FUET gradualen qt the Faculty of AFe-
dicine in Paris, formerly Physician in the
Hqptal, of that city, well known by the numer-
oufllispirited cases he hascured; lis his dwell-
igag ouse, No. U118"-rch st. 3d door below 6th
:tbtsouth side, where he may be seen privately.
.apr2 -.-d
IuARMHAL-L HOUSE, Chesnut street, Phi-
ladelphia. Thiis splendid Hotel was
o dnd im Wednesday, the 23d March, 18J3i.-
I'jC. h9ure ihas been thoroughly repaired and
ftfd up in a superior s3l Ic for tnle accommoda-
tion o families. There are fifteen pi ivate par-
lors; a great part of the furniture entirely new.
Gentlemen and Ladies travelling, may be as-
sured that their accommodation and convenience
atthis house epnnot be.surpassed in any estab-
lipbmenhiin the United Sjates.
a.pr 2I Late of'the City Hotel, Phila.
The :Little Schuylkill Naviga-
Setn, IR R. anid Coal Co.
l.'AVJING disposed of all their former stock
lrJs6 w !A'L, are now receiving a fresh sup-
ply, which bydate, improiJm-Lentls.aLheir mines,
is. selected,_wlth grep; care bEfore it is sent-ito
m-oket, and will be delivered in superior order,
at t doors of consumers, at the following
< '(Cahh on the delivery of the Order.)
IArg'L.umnps, $6 00 Per ton
Bt6kbn, screened and stove 6 50 of
&t- 5 00 \2240 lbs.
Ordeltill' be received at the Company's
ie, f 59 .south Third st. opposite the
GW rank and Pine street w harf, Schuylkill.
S26-1d f
S- St luikill Coal Office,
No. 11 Bank street.. ,
FFFEIR their very superior White. Grey, or
Red Ash Coal, at the-regular market prices,
and of the fdtjhwvtg kiJnds.
S-oken and Screened Coal,
large Lamp do.
... o do.
--'Ntsttbor'Sttov do.
-4kh mo.26--(I
SE.A-.IO-'Y'NG :MAN, a situation as an assis-
tant to-a Pohysician, or a Clerk, in a Dr.ag Store,
beingzsequainted.e weth the practice-ol.medicine-and
surgery; also, with thd Drug business, would be
wtll.ton loo IP a'y part of tihe Umtcd States;-
o*Msp b t.- b.anhd .cn givethe.bsal reference,
Apply to PALMER, &. Co.
i No 9 Cherry street.
.lUSieanceitedatL the Cheap Book Store,.N a.
7 south Seventh Ft.-the following works,.
vilOne-in.:.ahouaand, 50c; Last Days of Pom-
peii, 50c; Norman Leslie, $125; Mahmoud $1;-
4liprinijseareh of a'Father, so50c;-Capt. ItMar-
yl", Pirate and Three Cutters, 87c.; Good's
t otetllSs,-a new edition, complete in'
vtehrues,. with-notes b..t an -- -

ANo. 7 Commerce-street.
O FFERS for sale, by the package, on liberal
terms, the ollo ing seasonable Goods.
20 cases West-ends, superior quality,
:20 b.do. Pittsburg Cords, various colors,
20 : do. Rowan Cassimeres,
30 do. Blue Drillings,
100. do. Pawtucket Seeing Cottons, all nos.
10 badls No. 10 Green Shoe Hemp, beat qua-
fity. -
30 cases Cottn Balls, white and assorted co-.
lots.- : i
Also, a generaliapsiitment of Checks, aids,
Stripes c. ..... an.13
No. 71 Jfnrket street,
0 English and American Trace Chains,
Wagon boxes1 Sad Irons; Hollow-ware,
Cut and wrought nails, bradsand spikes;
Horse shoe nails corn sheller teeth,
Can.'s and Rutcher's edged tools;
S-- ilson's Butcher and Shoe Knives;
Naylor &. Sanderson's cast andl shear Steel;
S- Cut Tarks and Sprigs;
. Witlr .n extensive variety of Cutlery and
Hardware. mar 30-4w
Just received by Dutch Brig Prince uf Nether-
lands, a prime lot of Dutch Herring. Also, a
lot of fine Anchovies in stone jars.
For sale at the Temperance Tea and Family
Grocery Store, S. W. corner of Dock and Second
street,. apr 11.

V Cases Superior New pattern leghorns-va-
rious prices, juat received and will be sold
low by JOHN ALLEN,
ap 19-d No '29S Market st.
Just received, 51. jars of fresh Spanish olives
in fine order. Forsale at the Temperance Tea
and Family Grocery Store, S. W. corner of
Dock and Second streets.
april 14 JAMES R. WEBB.

Liquor Coluring.
HHDS. and 15 brls. Liquor Coloring, made
from sugar. Also, a quantity of Liquor
Colring made from wood; superior to any here-
tofore offered in the mArket." For sale in quan-
tities to suit pnichaseirs.
apr 13 Maiden street, N. L.
Extra Fine Black Teas.
UST received from the late sales at New
York, an extensive assortment of superior
BLACK TEAS, well worthy the attention of
families For salad by the chest, or at retail, at
he 1 emperance Tea and Family Grocery Store,
South West corner Dock and Second-streets.
apr 8 JAMES R. WEBB.
O CA cASES white and assorted-colors,
1100 in bundles or I00-skeins-each.
50 cases white and do do pound bundles.
10 do do do do Knitting Thread.
For sale by WM1. H. SCOTT,
mar 1-d 7 Commerce street.
EnMlish Potatoes.
MITA lIlM PERS office Lancashire Po-
,80 0 tatoes, (real pink' eyes) just receiv-
edper barque Mary, and hor sale at the Tempe-
rance Tea and Family 'Pea Store, S. W. cor-
nor of Dock and Second streets.- I
apl 16. JAMES WEBB.
] PIECES Reqan- Ca.rsimere', wool
-/0 f M ':It mldttire.
200 pieces Rouen Cassimeres, cotton tzti-
Now in Store and for sale by
mar 1-d 7 Commerce at.
P RIME English Cheddar and Stilton Cheese.
for sale at the Temperance Tea and Fa.
mily Groceiv Store, south west corner Dock
and Second streets.
apr 22 JAMES R. WEBB.
*FIVE BALES Brussels Carpeting, ofsupe.
rior quality, in Store and for Sale by
.Wm. H. SCOTT,
ap 15 d HComrmerce-st.
Fresh Dry Gopds.
UST received from New York, a handsome
assortment of SILKS, as follows:
I case black Grode Nap: from 44cts a 50
I do super blue black do. 75- a 80
1 do do 5-4 blue black, $1,00 a 1,25.
I do figured Pudesna, 87 a 1,'25.
I do do jet black figured, 75 a 1,00.
1 do superior Broehelle Shawls, 1.1,50 a %7.
1 do do Satin $4 a f8.
Also, a general assortment of twisted Silk and
embroidered Shawls; Blond Veils; Cambric
Hhkfs; hemrsticht and corded border do; Bead
Bags; Silk Stopkings; Linens; Silk Scharfs, &.:.
pr20- No. 28 Market street.

Princeton Crackers.
UST received, a fresh supply ofithese cele-
brated Crackers, at the Temperance Tea
and Family Grocery Stoie, south west corner
Dock and Second streets.
apr 27 JAMES R. WEBB.
That valuable three story brick
J House and buildings, No 11 Prune street,
above Fourth, containing 23 feet in front by 120
in depth. The improvements gre a substantial-
ly built three story house, will double back
buildings, balh house, smoke heuse and cistern.
The premises are in excellent tenantable condi.
tion. For terms, &c. apply at Nc. 19 Prune st.
wo doors above, apr 28-dtif
S New Jersey Property.
A VALUABLE tract of land near Salem,
J. containing 426 acres, 206 of which
timber, for ale, apply to
apr 22 No. 9 Cherry st.
LANGUAGE---By Charles Robinson.
Lonrdon-Willi ,m Pickering.
New York-Willia'm .-.e k,:on.
THIS day received by ORRIN ROGERS, No
S67 smith Saco,,.d street, a furtlIer supply of
Part I of Richardson's New Dictmonahy. The
-'hcie work will be completed in .30 palls, each
containing eighty quarto pages. Price 50 cis.
To those who subscribed the past week and
paid 63 cents fur Part 1. the second Part will be
furnished at -37& cents, as the publisher -has
come to the determination to reduce the price of
each Number to 50 cents, so that every family
may have an opportunity of purchasing an im.
prbvpshDictionary of ithe English language.
OJRRIN ROGERS, Agent for the Pb- .
spr27 liEher, 67 south Second -x.

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],/liori'r c/' .ullsic aind .lnsiCrt/ lur 1tNI-

No 107, N. Jd, c-be.:w'Race street,
T1 iANEFUL for ie mbieral patronage thIiic:l he
has hbnhiero received, retspecL'ully i.il'i.rrn. Ihi-
friends and the public, thai hine uill pa' eners atteln
Lion to those who will [nsor nim u nih their eus-
leon. His stock btiing cunsidcrably enlarged by re-
cei'l arrivali, conri..is of
L-bon3, Ccoa, and Bay tiood Flutes, from I to
9 silver kevs. "
Fren-h and German Violins, and Violincelics.
Travelilir. Gunars, (a.new arlicle),and: others
nu ih or ilri uut paiteiit crejVS.
Neci improved-patent ingle and double Flageo-
l e t s "
French rand German Accordions of all sizcE, and
MNliic.il Boxes.
MILei.r t B.aNrs, will rind ahisVys or, hand a
chctce assorlnineit of Tombiones, nlaimn and keyed
1'runiptis, '.ihle Horns, Frenchli Horns iIll 4, 6.
d.J 'crook.-s rBa Hotr, China c'sps, Cnmbals,
Tri ,in lea, Ba:%-.oin, Sc rerin, Burle.:, Bait and
'Signl Horni. B[a- admi "jide Drum:, pltino and
ipt Clarinel' of all Sizre inihi adutioniual kieyi,
iccolos and Terz Flute. "
Military id other MusJie four all iristruments;bes
lali r. \ illin arnd U.Ji ur s rigs itil.:l ile i- .J 1,,
1 ,iI; Frenith :,i.d ELirlIt-h (Im r n Li R,;.'l, 'urui,,
urkhs, ai.d H.i ,i 1 .-:, t'meiir.il. ', ,is i Be filank
IHook;, and Paper. aiii eier) otlier article in his
line. '. .
Pianno ai.d Accordions lunel and repaired. Mu
Sic ncuatly bound, old Iretrunments Ltaken in ex-
Tn rreaiest attention will be paid in REPAinitr
Ir.: rpufr. Ts. f c-ery duerriplion,having secured
thie geriicis of' firil rate sumrkmen.
A\. S. invites the sicntiion of all this eatabliih-
mnent, beinr conscimce itat his articles as well in
point ofmike, as cheapness, c-ainotl ie .urpa.zsed.
Eitry nidicle bouri. is warranted and can be re-
ituend iffow,] i mper lect nnnr II

....- LOST, .
A DEEDof a lot of Ground in the Mac .p-e.
: .lat: Cemetry. in the name of George \\ lI.
l.anison, mnarkeda according to the plan.lettered
P. numbered 12. Said;deed is supposed to be
in the possession of a Mrs. Ried. Application
has been made to the Board of Directors for a
renewalof the same. Those persons interIsted
are notified to come forward to show cause why
-the same should not be done.
Application to be made to the widow Mary
Williamaon, residence in feder.d below Second
.tredt, or-to the Board of D;ectetcrs at their rex'
meeting,lthe first Tuesday m .1ul, at 8 o'clock,
P- M. at Warren'., corner olG.Gakill and Fourrli
street. api22.
Grocery Stock and Fixtures
OR SALE--Well located anl doing a go.,d
business. A reasonable credit given if
required. The present owner intends leaving
the-city. Apply at the office No, 9 Cherry s t.
apr14 --
rTHE'Ste' Temperance Society will hol itid
1- 1 Anniiersary in Pittsburg, on Tuesday, the
24th of May. All Temperance Societies in the
State are invited to send a delegation. The
Society will meet at the Lecture Rltoni, at 10l
o'clock, A. NI. fur dime transaction of business,
and to hear repor's.from delegates. The puibic
meeting in the evening will be addresel by the
Rev Dr Edwards, Cor. Sec. of lie Am. Temp.
S:.ciety, and other gonilernen attending the Ge-
neral Assembly.
JOHN MARSH, Cor. Secretary.
Editors throughout the Sta'e will confer a
fair on the cause, by inserting this notice in
their columns. .ap 2P0
American NMagazine.
'JO. 8 for April, is leceivel1 by lthe Agent,
Nos; 7 south Seventh st. General Agent for
Pe l.olicals. pr '28
Land for Sale or Exchane.,
IN tracts oef23i0 to 400, or 1000 acres and up-
uards, s'luael in the counties of Luzeri.e.
Union, Centre, Columbia, Venango, Somerset,
Clearlield, Jefferson, C.-awford, Warren, Hn-m.
tingdon, Lycoming, Northampton,Pike, SchOi 1I-
k.ll, Lehigh, Potter, McKean, &e. In A.lita.
bula country Ohio; in the States of Illinos, Vir-
gini Tennessee ,.nd Kentucky, near the Sciola
river. For sale or exchange lifr city property.
Also for sale, a. variety of Farms, in value fromri
$70U0 to f20,0U0, and upwaa'ds. .
Apply to M SAMUELM. LYNN;.
ap 21-d No. 76 Vine street.
Virrinia Pared Peaches.
-i I' "'BUSHELS of1 Virginia Pared
10 0 Peaches; 50 do. New York Dried
Plums, a very-fine article for Pies. Tarts. &c.-
For sale at the Temperance Tea and Grocciy
Store, south west coruer Dock andl Second sts.
apr 20 JAMLS R. WEBB. *
Franklin Library of Modern' Lterature.
T HIS day published part 57 of the 1'ranklin
Libr'.ry, containing the continuation of
Newton. Foster, by Captain Marryatt. Price
12-. cents. Publication- Offce,--Nw-7- south
Second street, by OItRIN ROGERS.
apr 27
TEN CASES superior Blue, Green and
Brown Cloths, jut received and for Sale by ..
apr 8 7 Commerce street.
S .iT PRflT.TE StLE.
2'20 Acres of Good Land with Water
"S situatq on thIe Tusc:iora Creek, Junisia
County, 2 miles. fiort tim .luniata C.anl, 4
males from Mexico and-5 miles from the county
town, 51ifflin. There is 26 feet full within tli'e
'limits of this property; the stream is sutficienily
large at all -easurs for miTanuLtieturing purposes.
T'rhe water power, with the neeesiary quarititv
'of land, will bedpfcised ofse.parate ifreqrired.
Any person desirous u'rpirchasing, and wishing
further particulars, may address a letter to ED.
WARD SITER, Spread Eagle Post OlTce,
which will meet with prompt attention.
apr 20-2m
B Ag BASE fS SWEET OILofextra qua-
lity, just received and for sale at the
Temperance Tea and Family Grocery Stors;
south weat corner Dock and Seconrd sit.
apr "9 -JAMEiS R. WF BB.
Tavern Stand for Sale.
T HE fixture-, &c. ofa firnt rate -tand, doing
a laige and profitable business, in a cen-
tral part of tire ciny-l-ur sale on accommodating
terms. Apply to D. PALMER& CO.
S aprr29 9 Cherry street.
TFIREE thou-and dollars wanted, secured b%
mortgage on first rate ciy property. Ap-
ply at No. 19 Prune sircet above Fourth.
apr 23-d2w
WVOLUMES 1, 2, 3 and 4 of this popular Pe.
Sriodical, are now completed and for sale,
bound either in muslin or half calf. Also in
Monthly parts,-at 121 cents each. Any paris
from the commencement of the workk' can be
supplied. Publication office for Philadelphia,
67 south Second street.
V OLUMES 1 and 4 ofeths valuable work are
already completed and ready for delivery,
either bound or in Nos. The price for each
part is 12i cents, and for thevolsbound f,2 each.
P b location office, 67 south Second rtPleet.
may 11 OBItlIN ROGERS.
N OTICE.-AllI persons indebted to t)ie es-
tlate of George Arinroyd, deceased, are re-
quested to make payment, and ih(ice person
having clairns or demanded against thie said es-
tate, are requested to present the same to the
subscriber. H. TALLMAN, Admministralor,-
may 11 m6w No 2.92 north Third st.
ELEGANT PARASOL' of the latest fash.
.rJ ions--W. & W. H. RICHiIARDSON, No.
6 south Third street ra few doors below .Matket.
otter for sale a large assortment of elignnanit
French slyle Parasola, of thIe most approved
fashion, which the) will sell on thIr most reason-
able terms. may .11

AVE removed their Spectacle 'tore and
1M.nufaciory, fiom No. 52 Cliesnri'st. to
dne S.uth East corner of Fiflth and Cheliaut sts.
where they intend to keep an enl.uged assoht-
nient 'of
Gold,'Silver, Fine Steel and Shell Specthel4,,
with all the different kind of Gtanses.
Also, the Patent double Fopus ..Spectlale
Glasses. The' sbhcieriber's heing. te ortly'au-
thorised agents fpr theqale of tlidt ait'cij inllips
qity-stogethier with general' assor._e'nt of
Jewellery, they offer at low prices, 'holpale
and retail, at the corner of Cliesnut andtFifilh
treeta. apr 7

E& HOLMiAN, r,'pecitfully iniF.rn the putbI.:'
hIt they h-ae pnriiclied ani now ,occupy thit
ige and coiimniodious Horel, -,uate. in tIhe
Bdbuogh of 'Weset Cheat'.r, Pa. knoi n by the
iamc -f tle '*ChEeit I Co .i.t) Ifotl," ltl ely oe
cupied by Wll;ian Everlihr, Lsq. Thii estab-
Ih,iahent is one ol the finest ii the State, onut of
the citic-, being diviled into sixty large and
arirv patlour .tnl lodging r,oms, bauint a ,ittach-
ea to It a-beautiful ileas eu ground, splendidly
decorated Vwilh trees aind pl'ints. Alltheisleedp-
ini rooms are. large, a-id each supplied viithi a
fire place. The location of the establihlmont is
one of the most salubrious, and the retreat one
of the most delightful in the country. TIhe
.Messrs. Hulm:,n ha.e made ample arraiig.:menis
for' t he accommoditiun of such as nmay ,tior
them itlh their patronage, having employed. a
sufficient number,of the best asaitersaaid ser-
viali] the city could tfuord.
li'inee is a ra.I ruid between tIhe cory and
Wcst tChester, upon which tlere is a c'loble
line of cars running rdily, making thie conainur-
incat.on I.cta ecn tIhe places easy aid pleasant.
Families c.n be accommodated wili. prisat-
The Me-'-r. Hlolman, for 1'e _cornv'enicce ofr
those desirous of visitilig the Yellow Springs,
haie made ariviagements to riin a stage daily
hbtieen West Cheeter and that place, where
all will be cntleril'tiined by NMri-. Mlrgret Hrl-
aiiin, in hei r old tl le, v lIo stll continues to
keep trlle Yellow Springs Hotel, which estab-
lisliment is hanrlEsomely fitted up and ready for
the accommodation ofvisitel ..
m ay .2 :' ..'.


No. 266 South Sixth sir.-:,t, Moyamensing.
Office. No. 13 State House.
EEID, I.:.nlsI, Mortgages, .nid ether
U Witingt legally anid carefully drawn, on
mrirlerate terms.
Al-o. Insolvent's Bonds an. Petitions accu-
ritely prepare i anid attended to until final das-
charge by the Court.
Otfii.e open from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
feh 15-d

To Contractors.
%CEALED PROPOSALS will blie rere;ved at
i he office f lithe Gleen River Ciomnisi-ions,
Ramie), Kentucky, until sunset on thle second'
MondIay of .Iune next, fir (he con-tructoir of
L.-.cks kndt D'ms in the Green aid flarrer river
Nanigtion, No... 3 to 5 inclusile- tlne two first
upon Green kiter, the last in BArren River.-
Itumsey is situated .it the ViimIna Fdials of Green
River, and at Lock and Damn No 2, 2') miles
south east of the Vellow Banks upon the Ohio
R.ver. /
Conlrai-tors from a distz-nce wounl do well to
i-ke the Stage al Louivil.: for Bou liner Gieen,
vhichi sands at ihe hesil of th;s niavition, ionl
d-sqend tire river past the various sites. The
Locks ate to be built of cut stone, 145 feet by
30 in the chamber: tie Dams of timber orib's
h'll.d u ih tone: Pl.ins and Specifications v ill
be eihiblted by tht. Engineer, at thli office, ten
Cay.a previous to the letting, arrd a opportum-
ty ofexarrnin;.i tlie work at No. '2. which s'ill
be nearly completed. .IA MES R. SKILES,
S. u Presi.enrt Green River Boaid.
Pittaburg, April5, 1836..

PlROPOSA LS will be received b tlhe Potts-
,ville Wcater Compi-ny up to thie 25th.May
inst. for furinishlira 2,5010 feet of Iron Pipes, 6
inches caliber, and 70,u fe-t of 4 inch caliber,
both olfsuffic, nt strenZtlli to bear the pressure
of a liead nfwat-r of lj'2 fL t in helile;liL; equal
to a pressure of 44 lbs to tl.e 5quaie'incli,'l,2Q00
feet of the lirge pipe to he delivered on or be-
fore the `2Tth June, 1,200) faet of clo. on or be-
ford the 25thiSul&,,and the balance of tihe large
pipe, and all of tire 4 inch pipe, to 'be delivered]
on or befoiethe 2 th Augir.t. 1'rrpo.- lh wit|
be recclvedl for all or any piatt ofi.l' pi pes in
'all cases to be delisere.d nI Pott'sille. 75 pe
cenr ofl t,e amrmun, will be paid in cash on tihe
deliver) of each 1200 feet, tile halanc ill be
r'jtain-dJ until 9') lys aficr the v hole arnr,'unrt
is delsered-p-pes to be y%,arrailted, aidi per-
sons oiftliing popos:ils must statir the price per
foot line-,l measure for each kind-satisfactor)
guaranteess s ll be requited for the performance
of the contra:cnt. feopo.als to be sealed, en-
dorsed proposal, and lir:.'ied to
of the Potts% rile Sater Company.
Potusville, May 1886. may ll tuSw.


IRotary C(ookling Stove,,
For Wood or trrC:Cal-For City or for Country.
T IHE mprosemnenis in tlisi Stove are sorthri
lle attention oflithe public, the revolvingir
ol the top plate iendeii this stove decidedly su-
perior to any other; lltis plate is of a circular
form, and by means of a crank may ue eisily
turned around with-+ll 'ofis furniture upon it,
and all the operations of cooking gning on, lthus
eqtralizing thle heat for-the various kind; of
bookeiy. All kinds of cooking can be clone on
tibs stove in the best manner, vi;th fuel less 50
per cent. than is required by any other crokmng
stove doing thie s.me amount of cooking.
The Stove thus briefly described, Ifor sale,
lmholesale and retail, by -
No. 1l)1 north Secon.d street, Phiiladelphlin. -
p UBLISHER and Printer, Inmporter of Ger-
man and French Books: No. 9 Bread et.
ndar Arch, Phialliphlia. N. 4"71 Pari at.
very near Ciatam, N. Y.; No 293 Point MaIrlt
Baltllmore. Re.spectfnilully inlrmins hIis friends
and the public, that ie still keeps on.hand a
fini- ascorrnient raf Gerotan Bno'ks, v iz:
Sch miller. Go'the's, Zschokke's, Krerner's,
\\'eistl'g's, and other claEiicrl works, school
bhorks, eAc.
SThe beet Greek and Latin Classical Works.
He is stril publihing his Gmrroan paper. Die
altc un', die ncue Weli, whichh is in large cr-
culation, as well in ibeprincipal cities as in all
Gernman setitlements of the Union. Merchants
and young beginnFs in business would find it
their interest to make their esitabhshments
known to the Germana by the medium o'f this
J.G. W. has jusr published the first part of
Jahr's Manual of Hqn.ra-opathic Medicine, trans-
lated from the Germah, with improyvemonqiahd.
additions,'by C Her'ing, M. D.
All othe- wvorls on Homiropathy, aswell as
pocket cases of Homcapathic Medicme, ma' be
had at his stores. may 11.

SCOM IL NT CURED-Ba.crs Speci-
fic, which in five years experience in upwards
of 15,000( caais has iiut been known to fad in
one case in a hun.drd to perlbrmn a cure in a-
short time, isc kept for sale, wholesale and re-
tail.hy HiE. Wallace & Co., Druggiste, (suo-
cessofrsto W. Baiker) No. 16 north Fifth street.
Prprietor. .
Individuals and families would find it advan-
tageous to be supplied wifl the iSpecific, by
which iieanrsnim-nrihernt danger rnn) be averted
as it has proved successful whet every 6ther
remedy has been used mn vain, and in- nunmer-
ous inistanics when the patient has, been, given
up by the physicians. As ithias never s been
known to fail to cure? n Diariee vs hen seasona-
bly administered, and rc the-A-ia.ic Cholera in-
variably.commenc'es with a Dinrhc-a, and per-
sons residing or travelling in districts where it
prevails; will-find in the Specific rin effet-clul
safeguard, from the attacks of that awfile dih.
.earL.;a mas ian) per.:,ns Ihie c-xperienced. who
h'ie trai",ilciJ t, tlieS,_.rih-wcst, during its pre-.
aialence tliere. As all the abole diseases are
sudden in their attacks and rapid in Iheir pro-
gress, it would be foutidof immense benefit
,where medical advicecannot be promptly ob-
tained: Price 25 cents per ottle which will
cure 4 or5 cases. A liberal discount to coun-
try merchants and storekeepers. -
Sold also by G D CeggeEhall, corner of Pearl
an.] Ro-.e i: s;t Hopper'-, No0 364 Brroadway;
E C & B E MAls, No -192 Grand at N V. I1 MA.
Lara,..ue, Market and Lexington E!, Baltilore;
J A\Vadsworth,Pro\ Idence, RI; P A'Maderia,J
co rner of Front and Market street, Pittsburg,
H Barnard, St Louis, Mo; J Barly and Son,
\Vhlmington, Dri. may 11-

FACTURER.-No. 3I, Strawberry street, ber
t een rM I lelt an, C'lihsnut, i. ir Second, Phi.
ladelplia. repc'p llhip inform- 1.is GIiends and
the public in general, that he hIs constanlty on
.hand a few ait;clck, aiu a number of lancy so-
cret and lf,.i 1..ck3 e .,if even decrirtiun, for
thu use e ot \laul.-.l Balks, Stures, Jewelleiss
Pi iTsor, etc., ldhi ii th the ir proved patent
sniall-key, by Nock, in a combiittiohf neut sur-
passed by anyp.in the world. These Locks are
made of all sizes, fromn tie maall.is Cabinet to
the I rLczt lli;nnn lio.r.
Itf:; i ,. c itn the city ab iut these articles
to theft, ullaing .erlcmern-M.-s'ia. Dubo'q -
Baton, Gei,:e I EKrckhLjis;,Bnal. & Kitchen,
Mr'. S.Ilnis, ['jei,.ltent ,f'lt e .incrI.iaensihig Uank
P. T. Vod., \ Co. A. Per;Es: Ihoors & Bro-
rihei-s: W B "Tresor, Caher o"f ilte \\esteri
Blink: Hubert P:ltterson; J Eigle Negus. "
NB-AlI k;..d of- tools, nriuld&, stamps,
brass. StE 1l, aind irun work, in his line will be
ati nded to.
CcurTirtc.rcE-Mr. Juo~ph Nlock has made
for u, an in" SIr .iili an Irnproved -luock
wlichi Lbe.re mark' iof Inge nuity and we believe
affords pelcl c st cuiiti.
my ll-dte A\. &. G. RALSTON.
L COOKING GLA-SLS.-C. N. Robonson,
.WJNo. t.6, Che-nt street, has Cunalantly on
hand, an extenrve- .asoitmeinit f pleidid
gilt, lirge .ize, Pier and. Mlant.:l Looking
Gla-s.:3 of fist qu.ol.), I1'raicch Phile-s, CI.am.
ber andl T.iletie Glasc,, a -rier)y r.f.lliniatnre
and Poin ai FIrames of lar;otis dimensions and
finish, carved grit Bracket, a large as'orrmerit
c-f Fiench and Engl.shl Enrr' smin. ao,.l Minia-
tire C'se-a, wili Squiare an l r -,\ s tir'ng of all
siz.-s, received pe r late arrials I 'rornm London
asid Havre, also, Eai invoce of" Looking Glass
Plate b the r .' .
iiches. Inches.
vi. ...i ,7 dby 12
15by10 17'hv13
1,' b.) Ut 21 ly 14
Ali of which A ill be disposed of at tire lowest
prices. naa Illdf

.1 7BEWA-'AIE !tF.VAIL !
ReaJ and Rteflct lor our.scles, ahilioughi
T. inlanguagef truth, is simple."
x NUT rI'k-UADLDn TO InLLiEri. 'reTHAT WU.C d
THEIL most ignorant of the human race are
fully aoare, thut IN NO OE i'r.imcidE, oNtioT O
tontisN.AtlTN,CA'N BE ruLN, .1 sPECIFic Oil Ue
rout ALa niiAI.LS. Tills important fact, ( imiehi
in true science is beyond denaly ;s sutiet.ent to
,iast int disrepute all tihse nostrumo rn antifac-
tured by certain Prelenders, % ho would rso.BAsir-
Ll lir'.:SE efr N NIiHC PUMI. i ANn 'ri li.LL WI-'r
t/e trics r,5 so nimiiy oql th/ huminn rac .
Thc public are hereby cauLioned against
such IVoToInors i-oACrE iT. L I listen to th. oicce
ofreasonu, iicn:rd (if being p'r..-iided to bheie
:that, Bn .,aTHE UnF.NCEAsi ISNO I a UTLe.NI:ST of IlIchi
medicines. cures WILL BE. LFILCTED, thiusbuoy'-
ing np hopes, by reconimmending persever:tnce
in lheir use, without ccas:ng: nr IT IT is Taru,
PEUMANENTLY.t, for. hundreds PisEVERE THL 1-nt-
sELern ror i xlari.rseNcE. Facts .,re not carnt-
img to piroie this.
Front long, laborious, anti persevering instes-
tig.atiorn and tiudy of Ithe science of Medicine,
have the Mwosr rELLlenatrr.ln lntIsCIANS IN TIti
KNOWN wonriL, succeeded in ascertaining and
establishing certain principles connected with
the Hiuman S)stem and the adaptAt on of cer-
tain reineJies tlheeto when in disease; and it is
gross pre-umption 'nhich how ever can onl be
asumed by eOineroRIIns from a strange land,
win DAsiL NOT. and are ASBArltI to come out
illnh such effronotey at Ih.me, for lfeIr of tlie
LiaNCH i.st, or sonrie ltli.er legr-dingct,risi qua.n
des,) to place t1eir j'dJgm.inl :nd aCt Tr, .rr
espi-p inr e ,, cr uulmoiri':- nIIs iII uippiis.Ii.nr to
kni'.a n sceice and skill.
C.':,inlidence can onl. be placedl in sniich medi-
criie as. are adapted to, and rim it fiom cxperienc
f th.i n must c,:lebr.,Led Plhysici.ns in the kntn ii
Acrld, from uis Conrit'ri.nceme'nit I., tlie present
layv, h.ive proved eff sc,.aus in separate and di-.
ti'ct classes of diseases. On such principles
are the medicines en-ripound'ed which fellow :lihe
advertnsement headed
These Mediciiesa'are not the production of
individuals, whothink to obtrude thenmscl-es
upon tIhe public, by the base aserti,-ns that tihe)y
are from PARTS, LONDON, EDINsUilto, or
other foreign places, and that th'ia eic hence en.
rtiled to more confidence, and knows nmoie about
dseaues and their treatment; but on tlie contira-
ry, are .the production cf ,natise talent and di.-
covery, and from their effects will proe thliat
mpre-good will resbli from their empluay thani
any notruim far fetcliedi,'-or CoIr<,aoued by
' ilneiraut imnpostors of tle healing art."
The Anairican people are' autioned-to-be
a.ware of suelt imlositor;., iand eann6t be,igno-
iant that in medicine .' in most otilier sciences,
we rival. and tih' medicine patrticularly, are far
before any oitier nate.,n on tlie Globe.
- In regard to these niedicines, and their em.
ployment, it is-to be observed, that the pi'opie-
tor of themn is lalays to be found in one perma-
nent place and ready atail times, to give
adnministering to the a ants and distresses of suf-
ferers, and is ndo to-day in Philadelphia,'pock-
etiig fees of the unwary, sad. to-ino:row in
Net' York, Baltimore, or some other place for a
,short time to 1 gull and impose upon tleI- pub-

Thie public should be aware ofI these Preten-
deris wlio emanate, from some foreign livery'-or
otherlow occupation (having perhaps abscotnd-
ed from service,) 'and not permit o valuable an
attiributie as thie lihealh of their bodici," to be
trifled with arid uinedl forever by murderers"
cluaked and protected fitri condemnation by
a-'suming hbe titles ofDoclot' Members of Me.
dic.l Societies, &c. aid Royal College ol Phy-
s;cians, ice. at Dublin, Paris, Eilinburg. &c. &e.
A which if true. it is not probable they would wish
to ieek their fortunes in foreign climes.
Franklin Library-" The King's O' n."
T'HIS day published, No. 59 of the Franklin
Library of Modern Literantire,'contairning-
tlie continuation of The King'il Os n, by 'tle'
ruathor of Peter Simple, Japher, &e. This work
is pu blihied in weekly Nos. eacel contarninrg 100
duodecim-no apigs at 1.4 c.-nts pernN, Any part
will be sold separate if required. All back
Nos. on hand. Pliblicaion office for Philiadel-'
plia, 67 south Second Psreet.
m.,v yI. ORRILN ROGES.. .

I Rit.hi Lsq.--Nowpublishing,in Carey's
Library, the earliest refprint ol foreign storks of
Carey's Library, which coritains the' alove
work, is pubhliied at 6-5 per annurn, in 20 inm-
pernal oc:ta\o pages, v erekly, isitli the Literary
Advertiser, containing also fbur.pagesi and.ip
bound up with each voluon.e. Specimenso 'the
first volume, conrainirri Lle r,frsir James Mack-
4ntosh; Rifle Brigade; Mi-s Robert's Hindoltafii
One in a Thiousiand; RPenzi,and Random Recol-
lections of the House c.f Comnoris, can be seep
at the c,,rnerot FourthL and -Chesnut streetsla,
whsre EubEcriptions %till be received by E. I.
Carey ,& Hart. may 11

cade.-The sub-criber will have constantly
en hind, a superior anricle ot Peach Orchard or
'-r-d Ah. and Broad Mountain or W'hite Ash
Coal, vhich will be deliered punctually whqnh
ordered at the market prices;.
'The coal isofthe various sizes and first quaol
ity and it it does not prive satisfactory, nilI be
ta'kent awpy at lie subic riber' expense, and the
money returned. .
NN B--Thc.-'? person. hlo nay wish to secure
thlir supply of'Coal; t thet'lt. ei prices, without
purchasing imrm-n'.-dIatl ran leave ihe-ir nanm-es
ar the Office, and tIe nfJ0rerof tons Ihey rmay
want, which 'wdill behurnirhed them at an)y time
through the summer.
The coal to be paid for when the ord-r to de,
liver it is giVen. may 11
R EM OVAL.- Cre nse's Chrome Green.-.
Ann C. Creas,, idow ot Alfred Crease,
,begs to return thanks to her Iriends and the.
public for past f -str-, and to announce that she
inas removed her factory Irom her late residence
No 513 north Front street, to the Ridge Road,
a short distance above the seven mile stone,
where, with the atss.istance of her .snsnIa.B btwil.3.
continue it manut'aciure her superior Chrome
Green, which Seie will eel"'oi t-s reasonable
terms' as heretofore. -
Orders will bet received in the city by her A-
gents, HI Beckl.& Son, No. 293 north Second st
corner Pegg, and nieet with irimediate atten-
ti on .. m g. y l- ..

-. EVIDENCE.-Kay & Brothier, 122 Ches-
nut street behlw Fourth have rec-ently published
thie Young Man's Beok ot Christian Evidence.
a eumniary ol-the principal evidences nf the
truth anrd divine origin oftlie Christian Religion.
By B Porteus, D D. late Lord Bshop of London
2d edihton -
Alsou lately published, the Young. Lady's
Book o61 Christian Evidence,same size and bind-
ing. S- 'ay 11I

'EW Style French Paper Hanging".
TNhe subscriber las jist raeeivad a new.
and' i~lendid lot of French Paper Hapgings,
uitalile'fr Parlors and Halls, with rich velvet'
ind'-gold- borders, to match.
Alao..a large- collection ot Ve.wvsand' Fire.-
.boardRatterns. For sale tgyobert Golder,l.4
chetnut street, tourdoorg abtvu St.\til.
triany II

T. J. RICORDS, Mannf ctuier.of -Venetian
Bli"nds, No. 195 Noble street, betuieen Fifth and
Sixtlhstreets, Philadelphia. '
Blinds of every description furnished at
short notice, ma) l.ld
P PORTRAIT PAINTERS, have removed to
No. 8 South 10th st. between Mlarket aud
Chesnut sta. Here they offer their services tQ
the public as Pottriait' Pnters, and invie'-lS1
dier'and geritlelien .t visit their nsoomas- to see
spqcimens of their work.
Orders will be thandfully received.
mayBll t



No. 95 CHESNUT STrsErP- four doors astove Tmnrn.

nAILY rpAt-E-Siz Dollars per annum I half year-
Tal-wsas.-v-Threc Dollars and fily in ad.
-. .. cents per annum ranc.-

pbiladelpl ria

Sl[aianiam Van Biremn.
S Richnrd IM. Johnson.
sen. Robert PatterEon, Seiatorial. '
James Thompson, j i "
I Thomas D. Grovcr, 13.. William- Clark,' -
S.loeph Burden, 14 John Mitchll,
Samuel Badgcr, 15 Leonard Rupert,.
3 John Naglce, 16, George Kremer,
4 Gardincr Furness, 17 Asa.Mann,
Oliver Alisnn, "IS Gen. W. R. Smith,
Ilenrv Mlyer.i, 19 S.-L. Carpenter,
r- John B. Sterigcre, 20 Robert Patterson,
6 Henry ('hapinan,- 21 Gen. Wallace Mc-
I`" acob Kern, Williams,
8' -Jacob Dillinger, 22 Dr.W; R. Power,
9 '.Paul Geiger, 23 Robert Orr,
S10 :Calvin Blviho,' 24 John Carothers, -
11f-, Henry Welsh,- 25" J. P.Davis. ,
12 Thomas C. Millkr.

While the w hole country is convinced that
the first session of Congreas is unreasonably
Iopg,,gwd that notn ithstanding its length, a
gro t amount of business, both public and pri-
vate, is unnecessarily postponed, the ne-wspa2'
pers generally are disposed to aseriba the evil
S to kn.rgpcc/6-, \V6 admit that the habit of
aIlding long debates, sometimes continuing
for six- weeks or two months, roay sometimes
produce partial evil; but we contend that this
evil bears.no proportion to the geni!ral good
which it-produces. Whatever may be said
or thought by malcontents or heated political
partisans, the American Congress, in either
branch, is a fair representation of the intelli-
genc&eeducation of the country. The ablest
men are not always to be found llhere:& men may
be sometimes found there by no means quit-
lified for the station, either in talent or, know-
ledge.. Buatthese are exceptions, and like ex-
Septions in all other cases, thr y serve to prove
the rnle. The election of incompetent mem-
bers is s-c.metinims the result ofcontests bo-
tweet'i cities. Butit-nust be remembered
tiat in-bur country, as in all countries with
constitutional governments, the strength of
patties will always be nearly equal. Parties
canner exist under any other relation than that
factual or proximate equality. The hope of
etairiing power is tihe ni'entive to the e:.er-
tions of'one, and of gaining it, to trose of
thdie other; and unless the party out imagine
itself strong enough to defeat the party in, it
mill cease from its exertions, & either disband
wait for a more auspicious period. The divi-
Sion of parties being theretbre nearly equal,
It follows that each, in a contest for victory,
will generally put forth its intellectual, as
well as its physical strength, and selee' its
ablest. nen for represernlauves. This equal
division of parties includes both intellectual
and physical force. The amount of talent ii,
both is generally equal, and if ever otherwise,
never far distant from equality. In a parin-
cular case, the candidate proposed by one may
be irti-ior to that proposed by the other, and
the inferior may be successful. But these
rases are always exceptions. The result is
that parties being divided eqiinally, or nearly
so, in both physical and intellectual force,
and each, to insure victory, putting forward
its intellectual sliength, or in other words,
its ablest men, its men most like-ly to
obtain vowes, our Federal Legislatures may
may be justly considered as n fair representa-
tion of the talent and knohw ledge of the wh-.le
If such men be engaged in debate, especi-
ally upon a subject of public irhpcrtance, it is
obvious that much intellectual power must be
exerted upon it, and a thorough investigation
of it will ensue. Almost every member with
any capacity for public speaking, and as a ge-
neral rule, no one is made a member without
iuch capacity, will be desirous of expressing
his views, upon the subject in a speech. To
do this with any credit to himself or his con-
stitueints, to make any effort above a total fail-
ure, he will feel the necessity of investigation.
He a ill study the subject; hlie ill read, he
mill converse, he will think. He. will avail
himselfof every accessible Eource cof informa-
tion; in short, he will approach the sub-
]ece, with preparation f.:.r di:curaing it. His
speech upon it may lie long, and very ledioua
to all his auditors. He may not, and general-
ly will not have a single li.-tener among his
legislative associates, excepting one or two
who, by the arangtnernt ol piartie s, are expect-
ed to support ur reply to him. All the rest
m y be writing letters, reading newspapers,
engaged in the I-House in other business, or
out of il on committees; and some will be en-
gaged in far less.creditable occupations. Sutill
'. the orator proceeds as if lhe received the pro-
found attention olf a niamerous audience.-
Though no stranger may listeta to him, yet if
. .. any of his constituents should be present, they
litena,with eager,and often delighted attention,
ard congratulate themselves on being represen-
ted with so much ability. Perhaps they write
en account of the affair to their friends at home,
and thus circulate through the district, a re-
port that its representative has made an able
speech, and inspire each of them a iih a desire
Sto read it. The member is aware 01o all this,
and is therefore careful to have his speech
well reported;atd '.r this purpose he writes it
out with his own hand, and often with nume-

rous corrections and amplifications. He then
causes it to be printed in a paamphlr.i, and
sartds a copy to every man who voted for him,
aitd rtoalmost every personal acqnaintance in
S"is district among his opponents. "
W pat is the consequence of this proceeding?
Aregalar'dissertation upon an important snub
J pgj.$Arefilly.prepared and arrangod,.and em-
brepingv,Bsry fact and every asguinent which
ths inveitigarionr of the orator has enabled him
to .ollect,'is laid Wfor'm every qual ified voter
in a congaiasional dietple \till it bp pnp -
tended that rno.adanxag.e .TesIlts from thir?,-.
Principles aYe discussedi,and fcts are st t d

itad proved, and the v% bole'i laid-before un- di oi.fiust beireai s!iwhole. As iti an4
dreds, perbaPt.thousandi of voters, every-one important subject, and as truth has nothing t
of whom is induced by some personal.feeling fear from investitgtion-w-c.recommend it to our
towards tho author, to give it a rareful perisal., readers. With Mr Finney, we do most sin-
In this mode, information is disseminated up- merely believe, "that the requirement here, i
on political irineiples, and public measures, to change our moral'characrer; oer moral diT-
whief could-be circulated in no other way.. slti.in; in other words, to change that abiding
Leti: l be" remembered that what is here preference of our minds, which prefers sia to
descrLbed of one district, is applicable to all.- holiness; selfgratificatior to the glory of God'.
Almost every member eo Congress pursues the A volume entitled "A NARtrAvr o lw-g
same routine, investigating some-subject of A -r o Qu-N ...Ni Ew o ,
AFFAIRt or QurEsrwN t .I11 3WAROF!t ,
general or lotaL interest, and circulating.-the by Solomon Van Rensselaer, has justppear-
resiult of hi labors among his constiluents.- ed. It isa defence of the author against the
It may :e safely affirmed that more informa- attacks of GeneralArmstrong, in his book en-
trondupon political principles, and upon the titled "Notices of the War of lini2." This
general or localinterests ofthecountryisir- book and its author, are treated by General
culated by-this mode, than by all others com- Van Rdnsselaer with much severity of remark.
bined. If then the long debates in:Cogress ,This whrkispublished by Messrs Levitt, Lord
be exceedingly annoying tolisteners, they are & Co.New ork. -
exceedingly useful, in diesersinting knrrow- -T WTar oe saVATioNr, a sermon byA-Albert
ledge among the people. Tnr this mode the Barnes, with a defence of the sermon before
great debate in the Senatein 1830, port Cotn- the second Presbyvery' f Philad. has been is-
stitution l principles, was immensely bene- sued, ia seventh edition, by the same pub-
ficial to the people of the United States. lishers. -
The time misspent in. Congress is not-
thrown away in debate. :rhe real causewas The SATURDAY CuONICLE I" L Mrrr if th
mentioned in a former number. Times, is the title of a new paper, commenced

A Correspondent of the'inited States Ga-
zette, in a letter dated Harrisburg, 19th May,
assembled at 10 o'clock, this morning, in the
court-house, and organized by appointing H.
G Long Esq of Lancaster, President pro tem;
John C Martin of Phlilad. arid Ja3 Cochran of
York, Secretaries.
.\ c.-.miittee, consisting of one person front
each county represented in convention was ap-
pointed to nomninato officers to preside'over the
deliberations of the convention.
The convention then adjourned until 3 o'-

ArrEnNooN..-The committee appointed in
the morning, reported through their chairman,
thie following officers:
Presidint-GEORGE W. SMITH, cf But-
ler. :. -
Vice Presidenits--.Henry L McConnell, of
Hnnrtingdon; Wm B Fling, City of Philadel-
phia; Adam K Witman, Lancaster; John Bru-
nen, Lebanon; Henry C-Corbit; county of Phi-
ladelphia; James Kelly, Bucks;James M'Con-
nell, Mifflin; Thus B Jacubs, Cumberlaind; Dr
George Smith, Delaw are; James Taggart,Nor-
thumberland; G W Boyer, Dauphin; Robt. Mc
r Culloch, Beaver.,

Secretaries-James A Hemphill, Chester;
Joel Cook, City of Philad; Hamilion Sample,
.1Mifflin; Jjceb A Fisher, Yoik; S H Clark,
Dauphin; and Michael H. Weaver of Union.
r Which were unanimously agreed to.
Committees were appointed to draft resolu-
lions and draft an address, and the convention
adjourned until to-marrow." -
The following is from the Louisville Jour-
nalof the 12th inst:---Yesterday evrning.near
sun,et, the greater part of thie large d tree story
brick warehouse Eof Messrs Nfellvaite &. Hay.
don, on Wall street, foil l jth a tremendous
craemh. It was sco:-n run.orred that Nlr B IRM'
llv sine, Mr Fn. ttlek Newton, Clerk, and per-
haps several workmen, were under the ruins.
Some hiArdreils of citizens Instantly collected
for the removal of the huge pile of rubbish,
and the low and half smothered cry of MirMe
Ilvaine was soon heard, calling for aid. In
about tt enty minutes he was taken from the
ruins, pale, exhausted, but not dangerously
v hurt When our paper went to press, -the
people were still zealously atworkin the hope
of delivering others from death.: May heaven
have crowned their exertions with success!
Since writing the above, Mr Newton.has
- been taken from the ruins, crushed to death.
A.so. a boy of color." .
"Mr? McTlvaine tie understand is a bro-
ther of the late Recorder. -
:: Welearn (says the Inquirer of this morn-
ing,) from Ilarriaburg, that the bills to extend
the charters of the Penn Township and Manu-
facturers'"and Mechanics'-Banks, have become
laws wViithort'hne signature of the Governor.

The City Councils met in joint convention
on Monday last, and elected John Hemphill
and lsaac Collins, Guardians of the Poor.'

The Baltimore Chronicle ofyesterday says,
',Mr. Norton, the Texian Commissioner, ar-
rived in Baltimore on Wednesday evening,
and proceeded yesterday to Washington. It
is presumed that Mr. Norton is charged with
official communications from the Republic of
Texas to our Government. .

The Harrisburg Intelligencer of Thursday
says-"Both Houses of the Legislature are
now in session, and lithe industry which has
characterized them for the last two days, gives
evidence that the session will be a short one.
Several of the bills reported by thli commis-
sioners to revise the civil code, have been
acted on in both Houses."

The Baltimore American of yesterday says,
"The Democratic State Convention, favorable
to the election of Martin Van Buren and
Richard M. Johnson as Piesident and Vic
President of the United States, yesterday
nominated ithe-following gentlemen as electors
of President and Vice President for the State
of Marylandw-
Jamis A. Stewart4 Joseph Hollman,
Edward Lloyd, Washington Duvall,
J. T. H. Worthington, John H-. Brook,
William Frierk, W. A. Spence,
Dr. Allan Thomas, Col. Hugh Ely.
Sermons on Various Subjects by Rev..C G
Finney, New York, John 5 Taylor.-A papm-
phlet bearingithe above title is before us. The
first is a sermon from EZEKiEL xviii. 31--
'MVoke. ye a new hart anrd a new apiril.f as- why
will iye die." The author of the sermon after
adverting to whom the textwas addressed and
tnder what circumstances, shows first what is
not the-meaning of this requirement; and se.
condly what if. We hiid intended to have gi-
ven an extract, to show the author's views on
this subject, but on reading the.. sermon, we
find that-to do justice to 31- Finneyt, the ser-

by Messrs'Matthias & Taylor at No 74 southti
Second street, the first number -of which ap-
peared this morning. Let i-he proprietors but
pursiIe the course marked out by them, and
success will attend their enterprize.I
The Proprie-tors announce the following list
of contributors to the Chronincle:
\Ve publish this week, articles, either ori-
ginal or selected, from the pens of
John J Smith, J.r Esq John Clarke Esq.
R Penn Smith, Eisq Hon J Q Adams,
W G Clarke, EsI Dr T A Worrall,
Col T C.M'Kenny, Rev J N Mallit,
Rev Jos Riusling, E D Fisher, Esq.
And have the promise of articles for suc-
ceeding numbers, some of which are -lreaily
in type, from
D P Brown, Esq ,V G Clarke, Esq
Dr Jas M'-Ienry-, John Musgrave,
Charles Naylor Esq Jos R Chandler, E-q
Morris Mattson, Esq B W Richards, Esq
Robt T Conrad Esq: C B Trego, Esq
DrJohnA Elkinton, V Value, Esq
Dr Alex C Draper, C P Holcomb, Esq
ev Jos Rusliniq, Thos Earle, Esq
Robert Morris, Esq Thos A Parker,.Esq'
Ro t Rare, Jr Esq. Writ T Smith, Esq.",

T6i Post Master General, the Hon. Amos
Kendall, arrived in New York on Wednesday
evening The NY Gazette says-"On rhis r-
rival beinh known, a meeting ofmerchants was
'called at the Exchange at 11 o'clock on Thurs-
day morning, at which a committee was appomn-
ted to wait upon Mr Kendall, relative to the
permanent loVation et the Post Office. -The
conimittee canhed upon him at 12 o'clock, and
he repaired witl', them to the building formerly
occupied by the Branch Bank of the Unitead
States, and alter havingspent some time in ex-
amining the premises he retired.
It is well known that this building was pur-
chased by a committee ofmerchants,for the pur-
pose of offering it to Goternment as a suitable
place for a Post Offic, and in conformity with
this intention tho tender has now been formally

The New'York Sun says,-'-The Associa-
.tion of Ladies for the relief of indigent aged
females, are raising subscriptions'f.:r the pur-
pose of building an asylum... To the credit of
Mr. John Jacob Astor be it said, that he sub-
scribed the munificent sum of $5000, towards
this object, upon the condition that $15,000
more should be subscribed by others. Of
this amount, the Ladies Association have
already obtained signatures for $10,000.11, leav-
ing $5000 to be yet subscribed. Why does
not some other .wealthy individual follow the
example ofMr. Astor, give a check for 35500,
and thus make up the $20,000 required!"
IiJ'regard to this' institution, the New York
Evening Post, very pleasantly comments as fol-
Weflre about to do wlha we usually make it
a point of consciencee to dlpaain from, namelysto-
encourage a certain speculation. Let not our
readers ake tite alarm at this beginning, butl
patiently go through the article. An opporturni-
ty is now alnIrded to those whlo hate gained by
the-late extraordinary rise in the value of real
. estate, to make an excellent and profitable in-
vestmeptoftheir money;an inriestriment yielhinmg
tar-richer returns than any purchase of land, or
stocks or merchandise. We can safely promise
this; for the experiment has been fully made by
various persons, and they have had every reason
to be satisfied with the result. Tho returns
are sure; and the admirers of a uniform curren-
cy will be delighted to learn that they will be
l made in a shape which will uffer no deprecia.-
tion. I
The Society fir the relief of Aged and Indi-
gent Females ja one against which we never
heard an objection, even tron those who regard
ordinary chmitiest with distrust. ; The ladies
rvho have the direction o thi s worthy institu-
tion are now soliciting donations. The sum no
fifteen thousand dollars has already been sub-
scribed, but a considerable part ofrit is subscri-
bed conditionally y-in particular, five thousand
have been promised by a wealthy citizen in
case subscriptions amo wting in all to twenty
thousand, can be obtained. In order to secure
this liberal donation it will be necessary to col-
lect five thousand dollars more.
We wish we could persuade some of our for-
tunate speculators to adventure in this sort of'
stock. Let them try to a moderate amount,and
we think they will not find occasion to repent.
It is said to be a prudent method of investing
money, to place it out in various ways-it is
certainly a mistake to invest it all in stocks of
insurance companies, as was proved by the con-
sequences of the late fire in this city. Let those
who have speculated fortunately in houses and
lots, venture a small sum in a project of benev-
olence. If thy do not realize the profits in the
shape of coin or bank notenor lands,t will be in
something better. It will be in real estate, be-
cause it-will be solid, stable and indeteasible;
and personal, because they will carry it about
with them wherever they go. We have the
word of an eminent capitalist that the acquisi-
tion of money beyond a certain point is nut de-

clare 'that the poor man who has only four or
five hundred thousand dbllurs in the world is as
well offas if lie were rich.'
After all, it is perhaps wiser to appeal to the

aevoletit project is on foot. The acquisition of
wealth is said to have a kind of astringent ef-
fect upon the human heart, and to shut it up to
those aynipathies which previously found an
easy entrance. We shall see how this is, when
the names of the contributors to the Society fir
the Reliof of Aged and Indigent Fet-alet are

.,- -FLORIDA-. -. .-
The New Yorik.Ev. Star of -yesterday.'a-s:
"A marginal notice-from a friend of ours, ton the
Tallahassee Florldian of the 7th May, states,
that "St Marks was attacked last night. The
Indimns were repulsed. We suffered no loss;
they will doubtless make another attempt in a
dlay or two. There is rnot an U. JS. soldier
within the distance of one hundred and twenty
miles. There is-8,000,000 of propertyin bthis
City, and for the protection of which we cannot
po~taibly reise more than 200 men. Something.
.tiit lie done and quickly too, or othervw ise
this eotrtry will be irretrievably rainedY. -7
The G(overnzor sent'a messenger this morn-
ing to Apakichuicoia to charter. a steim boast
vliicht wil proceed to the Withlacoochie to at.
tempt the relief o.Capt Hollman's company
stationed on the banks of.this river. They
were left there on the5th of April, and nothiiig
has been heard or them. since. They were
strongly posted in a block house aind there are
Eonme hopes that they have maintained their po-
ilion. The steamboat will touch at St Marks
to receive men and arms ftr the expedition.
Mr. Sheffield, the sub-agent has juEt return-
ed, Hle ,confirns the n-ews previously received
of the pitiable state of East Florida. General
Chlich seriously contemplate resigning his crnm-
mis,ion, to relieve hinisell from the respc-nbi-
lity thrown on him by the withdrawal otf Gene-
ral Scott, after having, by, the most-unheard of
infatuation, aild mismanagcnimet, involved ,hb
country in irretrievable ruin, and left his suc-
cessors without the means or authority, to re-
lieve the distress hlie-has occasioned. I
Public feling here, is much exasperated a-
ainst Gen. Scott. No language can express
the contemprit and indign.tli..n with ahich his
%,hole conduct in the late campaign in this dis-
trict. He wali pa.raded yesterday, through the
street. in efig-y rioupted r-n a rail. His migh-
tinecs, matter rec is ig- the honors ofa triumniph-
ai proresion, accompanied by the patrioLic tin
pan brnd ofi iusrc, finally esap rated on Wash-
ington t.luare in smoke, like his late brilliant
Capt. M'Ct'ante, with nine mrren a Iew days
since, saw a party of tne hundred Indians, near
the \Vacassa-a" Bay. They had c,-llected a-
bout four hundred head ol cattle, which they
had enclosed in a pen. lThey liave undisputable
possession of the whole open country South and
East of the Suwanee.-[l-'loridian, May 7.
From the Exchange Books.
SMilledgesille, Geo., May 12.
Dear Sir-At this time all is consternation
and painful anxiety here, in consequence of the
'news recevi.d by the last mail from the west,
which is truly distress-ing. The Creek Indians
have commenced- plundering and laying waste
the country iii the neighborhood of Columbus.
Some 20 or 30 of the white settlers have been
niurilered by then, in Russell county,Alabamna,
which is directly opposite Columbus. Anex--
.press reached here last night from Columbus,
calling upon the Governor for arms--and this
morning, a team has left laden, with arms and
ammunition destined for the defence of that
town. -. The mail stage was stopped, and all the
teams have. been- removed from the 'iation,-so
that directintercourse withAllama is entirely
cut off Yours., &c.
Tho following is from the Globe of yester-
Fort Mitchell, May 61836. -
Sir: Hostilities have commenced in serious
earnestness. Within a few days fi:r. individu-
als have fallen victims. Yesterday I cent an
interpreter ton few ot the principal thiet', re-
quetling tlhey would nmeet nie in council at this
place. --T4y-htive failedL to come. Ne-ah-
math-la Eent word that lie had said all hie could
to his people to restrain than, (e itihoi. efioct.)
They v.ciedeterminied on tar; and they had
divided powder and lead, and had embodied in
a swamp near the federal road, about fihe miles
from this pc.t, e idenilj t ith the intention of
cutting offial communication between us and
the Governor of Alabania.
The interpreter says. Ne-al-rrath-la lihad eve-
ry thing, in readiness for a in.se; thal he (Ne-
sh-nmatft-la) inquired particularly abc.ut the
strength of my command, and it BaIr additional
troops were expected. I am convinced it is his
intention to head the hostile party.
The sar-whoop is now sounding throughout
the nation.
Respectfully, I am sir,
: Your obedient servant,
(Signed) J. S. MclNTOSH,
Maj. Brvt. 4th Infantry,.
Gen. R. Jones, Adjutant General,
U. S.A., Washington DC.
Correspondence of the United States GazeTte.
SAIRRISBUR'O, oMay19, 1]?36.
Among the petitions presented this morning
in the House of Represetaines, are the follod*-
ing viz:-A petition for increasing the capital
of the Ken-ington Bank-3 for incorporating a
Bankat Welbas6brough,Tioga county-1 against
extending the Rail road frbm Broad to Front
street by collateral railway through Market st.
signed by 1600 citizens of Philadelphia-1 to
inmprose the navigation of the Alleghany river
in Armstrong, county-I for alteration in 'the
place of holding elections itlimestone, town-
ship, Lycoming county-and onto authorise'the
incorporated part of Penn township to appoint
a lIght constable: besides several petitions
of old soldiers for relief, and last hut not least of
those I siall enumerate, is one for release from
the sil-ien bonds ulf matrimony.
Mr Harrison offered a resolution, that a com-
mittee be appointed to enquire into the expendi-
turesof thu improvenietit systemand the amount
ifany, outstanding dcbts not reported to the nic-
cun.ihg department pri-:r February ltth 183;6.
The- Revised Code of Civil Law is rapidly
parsing under legIslative review. The corn
mir-Fioiiars who revised these laws, have appar-
ently so accurately pertfrmed their duty, as to
leave nothing for the Legislature todo bu to
give it their sanction. For unless where it inter-
feres with some local laws, or a typographical
error occurs, scarce any amendments have been
made, to.the bill as reported. '
The Senate ta-day passed through the second
reading of an act relating to the power ot Courts
--and no3, in committee of the whole, relatiug
to assignees for the benefit ofocreditors aed other

A stranger, decently clad, attempted, yestef-
day morning about 7 o'clock, to commit suicide
by cutting hts throat, in one of the offices of the-
Inspectors of the Customs, on Lombard street-
whart .In the early part of the previous after-
noon, he was observed on the, wharf'mudh in-

toxicated-atlerwards fell or threw himself into
the river, and was rescued fromdrowning 'by
some individuals close by. The man'rappear-
ing'ill, a physician was cent bfor, swho advised
an immediate change of clothes-tioso of a
warm kind wb re procured for him, and at the
request ot a gbntletuan of the office, was taken
in and carefully watched through the night, by
an individual procured for the purpose. Alter
thie return of this individual having him in
charge, from breakfast, ho observed him on the
floor on his knees and one band, the other clasp.
ing the knife which he wqs sawing his throat
with, over a badin, which it seems' he hiad pur-
posely placed, tile blood issuing from his throat
into the bspin. He was taken hold ofand pre-
vented from a final destruction of himself.-
The knife was taken from him, which he rolin.

qniLhe4. moul. raluvcrAtly.: ,A-miitoula or'twcr
moree Wvduld have'tnfficd-a'to bvee'accoimplis&d
the deed effectually. His wind pipe was seri-
ously cut-physiciaris were immeditLely called
in, who dressed his wound." He was tlihen ernt
to the Hospital.-(Penns3 lvanian. "
fln in ith? ewV 'uik J" lt:. f i -.i:rJ-i-'t i.i. sitig.
T o day later fromm U latliid,
S B the packlit .1,;p S.,uill .i n.:ricn c.l:tI Vi, t-r-
man,. rom Liverpool, .,,: I.Ii'- co.ur ic.uIar f'il.?- .t
ppil|-r. to the 16th alt. inclusive. We-give below
u,.hi -xttracts as are of any interest.
The Paris'Messenger of the l2Ll, rci. ,iria t:.
fClil.u ing report as being current, but does not
mriurtrki to gniir.inle its uithcnticit. :-" It is
said th atthe Etigl G:.i'c rcrumc i ha- ji-t .d
drir,.-'d to the Prt-iJont.r-fthe C.jiincI of France.
rhroiehl the medium Wl Lord Grarnillt, a not.:
ile:.'n-ild Ir Don Carl.-:., and Ijr which thtl appro-
bati.:.a ot M.T Thie..' ,as a--k.:d. The ten.-r ofl he
,0i1- iIaIs to this tlLte:--It i. abs-lutlvr, icn-t ry
rhbttii: civil war alIch is now desolatiig Splinl
slhiTuld hlai a d. rmainalion; and" the? b t n-thold
ofl attainin tig thi cnd is the return. aiLhin a
.monih. of your Royal -lighness intl:. Eiilarid or
ltrarnc,. A po-it.i.in worthY" of Y:.-r lii h birth
tt ill be gi,:n 3r ru there; but in cise of t our refusal,
the Allied Powers are ready to ib se aI the in:ans
in their power to force your Royal Highness to
submit to the law of necessity.' .It ias :not .ai.J
whether M. Thieos has yet made known his inten-
-tions to the Ambassador. [Well informed people
in Paris seemed to give some credence-to this re-
port.] -:
A. letter from Franklfort stail, on authlrrit;
from Cracow, of the. <h itant, that the tr:e.:.
of the three Allied Powers were immediately to
quit Cracow. -

T-he dwelling of Mr. Phineas- Walker, in
Plymouth township. Lycoinitg county, was
destroyed by fire a few nights inrico. Loss
Iton $1t'0i0 ,l t150i0.
Dutllh of thfe Ihinotralbr James Pe.:k.-It
gives us pain, says the MAhiseuiri Republican, to
announce that the lonoirable Jarnes H. Peck,
Judge of the United States District Court lor
the Aliisouri district District, breathed his last
un Saturday, opposite St. Charles. He was
buried on the follow ing day.
The Nantucket ltquirer, in relating a num-
her of eircunistances in reference to the late
destructive fire at that place, mentions the 1tl-
Ic, ing fact as characteristic of American fe-
male chisalry:-
"One ot the most cheering spectacles which
occurred Jduring the progress of the conflagra-
tion, was the sight of hundreds of ladies, tat ion-
,:, voluntarily in the linrps, forgetting all p-r-
so-nal hazard, and laboring like storm-dia-tressed
mariners, for the general safety."
At Salem, on Thursday last, thermomether.
stood at : summer heat, and rose as high
as 88 in the shade.:. On Friday afternoon, it
was down to 40, and during the night ice made
in. various .places.-[Ib.
A duel was recently fought in St. Augu-iine,
between Lieut. Simons and Lieut. Piill-, an .I.l-
c(.r is Caiptain. Fripp's ccnir and, ond il:.th ,.,
Charleston, in which Lii.-u. Si'-i. n r, --:'oJd his
antagornii's ball,,and expirEd -ithin i.o dayr z
matter. -
SDs.ii al Frear, injured by a fall at the P'oughi.
keepAie fire, is since:de6ad.. .. .
Mr.Robclt Sinclr ir. at hisnursery, near Balti-
more, has tihre acies of young peach tree', and
15,000 plants oft'lh Chincee Mulberry, under gl;as.
..4nother .Here and Pairiot gone.-The Cincin-
nati Whig of May 10th, arnnounces the ducdli in
Logan Co. Ohio, oifthe celebrated Pioneer and In.
dian-FiLIhter of the Rc volunton, Gen. Simon Ken-
ton, born in Virginia in 1-54.
Tie tea-arib-oat M'ontoe, lately sunk in the Ohio,
belois 'i'i,-lin-, has been rai.ecd, and will be re-
paired and ready frfr cersiice in a few days.
S.rtH.i.-The laLorer' in All.an) struck n-n Mon
di .% r ,iehcl r ,i- va..e,. Their vagt -ci wc.re r-c.'ntly
rained to or 6slillings a day--they rtow demand
Jas. Steerh, E'q. of Neiport, RaIl.has neccept,:d
the effi.e ot C'lief Engineer of Gorgia, from the
Governor of that state.
'Dr. Thos. R. Jenirigs, ot'Nh Till, Tenn. his
been elected Pirofessor of Anatomy end Ph) siulhi.y,
in the University of that State.
The Type Foundry, at Buffaloe, on L.ike Eri-,
is said to do morebusiness than any c-ti-r in the
By the Raleigh, NG. CStar, of Mlay 12, we learn
that the Small Pox had cmrt.inly disappeared from
Pubdlie Land Sales.-The receipts in Detroit for
April, from sales of public lands, amounted' to
8140,000. '
The down East girls, according to an inuendo
in the BangorFarmer, have a droll way of amusing
themselves, viz: by chewing spruce gum; mingled,
as, it frequently is, with dirt, dead mosquitoes, and,
swamp flies, and passing it from. one mouth to the
other.- The editor pf the Farmer likes to get be-
tween a couple of the prettiest, and take his turrr.
-Boston Post.
Costly Segars.-John 3rown arid Hiram Sewell
were brought in on coniplaint made by the 1City
Marshal, for sinking segars in the street. They
were each required to pay afine and costs amount-
ing to l 69. -
Captain G.abricl Winte:rs, I'(a cry appropriate
narime,) hIas .sccordine to the Pliante- Advocate of
Donaldsort ille, Louiiana, made an ingenious ap-
paratus to prevent fires from the' sparks of steam
furnaces. It is supposed it will be of much im-
portance to the F.gar plarntrs v ho ua le.teim p-a'.
Musical C'oitrii.t.-At lth. perrrimar.e- of Bel-
lini's divine cpsr tiof II Pinid, at Nia Orleans,
Pdrotffi,- as prima donna, Genm Macomb and suite,
on entering the theatre, were saluted by the cir-
chestra, with Hail Columbia and Ta r kerE Dnodle.
Any' rio-sic by 5l:hi an erehsntrh, C-,uld be rendred
The datlling houseof Mr. Joln Light, at Finh-
kill, aas destroyed onSonday while the family w-as
at cnureh. Lo'si360U. No insurance.
Chrirco-il ii selling at BiEstrin, at 50 cenls a btsh-
el. Itf this swarn weather continues, the Bostoni-
answill not much longer complain of the price.-
.'T[e dwelling, house 459 Houston street, New
York, was entered last night, from the rear win-
dow, by two roeit ra, suppo.d to beln'ng to th. Lo-
co Fpco order, as they ftl' a lew loco matched, in
the parlor, and were not us particular, as they
might have been with the 'spermn candle.-After
ransacking most of the .rooms, .nd leaving the
mark of a bare foot on a dusty hearth, and the
print of a boot,'they tonIk their leave with a fewn
dollars, a gold pencil case, and Esi'veral ornaments
belonging to the young I.xdles.-Ere.Sta/r.
Upward of /itteen hundred passrngere _arrived
et New York on Sunday in vessels from Europe.
The U;S. sloop of war Warren, went to sea.
from Pensa'cola on the Sth ult, bound for the coast
of Texas. The cutter Jefferson sailed from the
same place for Metamoras, a letw days be fore.
The JU.S. sloop St. Louis arrived at Penfalsola ch
the 30th, from Tampico. : .. '- .-

The Providence Journal sacs that it is not true
that the Alierchants' Bank has paid to Huplington
ad iHays, the police officers at New York, the
$10,060 reward offered for the recovery of the
money-that there rre se6ral claiments ofthe re-
ward, and that a legal tribunal must determine to
whom i belongs. .-..
We learn from the Lowell Courier that the en-
gine and several ca4s on the Lowell railroad were
injurLd by running of"lthe track near thr- depot on
riday,in consequence of a neelcrt to) change the
switch at tlie proper tinm. It iLa stated that-the
repairs will cost about 91,000. Fortunately no
passengers wore hurt. ,
' A ine deer was taken alive a few days agoV ,
6uzzard'.s Bay, Cupt. Luce of Ine seT-,hounr Neptune.
Tlte animal was about three miles from NAshaun,
awimniing at thl top bf his speed. .. ..
In England they have devised a method of light-
ing steamboats with gas. ,

Trosysl'fpje'i I .JIft*nt.mulxsBpadingiafl
oing upr fn tbit CV If LAganspWiA Ilidiuia.
!7e lian ofphasure.-e has 'his little cloud,
at the briahtesf; the course of his-hbippiness is re-
tard. id by a stran: arid any considerable, scarce
coindurat.le accident puls it quite to death. Not
only the necessaries or conveniences, but the doe-
corations a nd superfluities of life are vitalAo his-
sickly felicity. In any of which he' may receive
a deep or-deadly wound.- -
The kind Il'ra tt cr. -Some time ago, a person
v. ho kehil to y r.,e thought the weather very
salubrious, declared ."pen honor, he thought.it
was as sloberouis a day as he had ever scrutinized"
Extremely Polite.-A ynun widow of very po.
liE addri :', : li.:-.. luir.Liid riad lately died, was
;-;;tn d UIF, tiller by the niinillster ofthe'Parish, lwho
inquired as usual about her h'u-band's health, when
she ricli. d with a peculiar smile-"he's dead, I
thank you. _
Some person in Poirtsmouth has found i-a Ier
brooch which wavilit tcar.i aro, hindsomelvgrownr
up in a parinip. Tins beals the diamond fish tory
in the Arabian Nights.
Proceedings, of the City Cotacellis
Tiiursday Evening, May 19,
Mr. Prr-i r.r-rentcd a petition fbr grading Ash-
ton street between Race and Archi.
-Mr. Wetherifllpresenited a petition for regulate.
ting and paying a 40 feet street, running, from
Spruce to Pine, and Schuylkill Eighth and Broad.
Referred to committee or. public Wigliways.
Mr; Price presented a pc tuition from Shoemakers
occupying vr ` .ills in High street market, praying
1t.: i. accommo.jiatd ivith etandseleewheri, during
lii:. r,.baildin' o t'he market houses. Referred to.
comnimittec cIi ctv property.
The Prcridrnt presented a cornmuniertiontfrom
Gerard Ralston, resigning his office as member
of the Boand of Health. Ordered that Councils
will meet in joint convention, at next stated meet.
ing to Fll tr1 tedcanCT.
The'President presented a report frbn tlIhe
ciiniitt,,r to whorm werr referred pcutions prayhing-
for an c.rdinance r.:qirincr snow and slect to be
claura.d from the side walks, accompanied with an
ordinance Ibr that -,urpoe. The .rdinanco pro.
;di h. lit Enw arid .J:et shall be-removed troam
all pavcmernts, wilbii n24 hours after its fall, under
a penalty .:i t 6, to be paid by the owners or occu-
pierqs Ol'lr.peritv. l.uid or ithe tble.
Counedil pr:.,te,., tlo 1the conidration of the or-
diar,nres Ifron C.:mmrnon Council, authorizing a -
siub.cril,;on orf$300,J00, tot Ihe stock ofthe Dan.
tlle and Pottletllil Ra;Il Road. Various amend-
nients were proposed, which elicited a warm de.
bate. Subsquently, on motion of Mr. DunlapN
the further consiideration of the ordinance was

Mr. Rowland presented three petitionris-ons to '
reapsic Dilaare, Fouith, betcc.n Arch and Rice;
r.ne o rgpave Ch. rry. bIeteen Seventh and Eighth,
arid anothiir bir g:adiof a ne" street, between
Schriyikill Eighith and Broad, and Spruce and
Pine ..
Mr.W. T. Smith presecrted a petition for paying
St. David street. -. ".. .
Mr. Thomason a petition foi grading,'Asii htor
street. -
Allt o which were referred to the committee on
put11 i- l .e12he ',,r
Mr. Rou.lirid frm the Committee on'Public
Hielth.'ays, presented a report accompanied -by an
orrdiriarice, supple ntrcnry to an ordinance provide.
in-f for the op:,ninn of Dihn aara Avenue, be-
tiwen High and .A .h trrct. Read three timei-+
an.d pad ',:d.. .. -
Mr. Clha. S. Smhibh read in hii place an ordi-
nrr.c. rept:gulting the rhoitwny'on the South side of
Pine Ftrt:, et.creen Third and Fourth. Taken
up thr c..nider-ation and -iareed to.
Mr. \V.T. Snith ct-.:retl a rt&slution suspend-
ing the j..int rteulmic.nsa ofCouncils,so that Coun-
,ilI, during the mionrh.rt ot'June,July nind August,
ohall nimeet only once a month. Laid on the table.
Co1nc.il3 met in Jintr eC.nvention, on Monday
li._t ti, elect 1t1o guardians of the Poor. Mesis'sr.
Jolhn H-niphil and iass Collins, were duly
ch:.- en.
lfl ai'r trb.L
Oni Thurldavy lining. 1lth inst by thlie Rev. Mr
Harley, Mr. F.J. IlaaLt, to Miss MariaQ. Del-..
croix, of this city.
S n Tli.irsdavr ev.?n;ng, I19h inst. by the Rev. S.
If. Tyng, D. D. Mr. Lewis S Buchannan, to Miss
Hannah P. Farlarib, all o01 this city.
On Wednesday evening, 18th inst. by the Rev.
Mr. M'Cartev, James Barringhan, to Miss blMafr'
ret M. B.:.oth, oi'fhia city.

On Thursday, 19th inst. Mr. Mason T. Newell,
late of this city, and formerly of Ohio, aged'36"
The papers of Ohio, will confer a favor, by copy.
ing the above.
On Wednesday evening, 18th inst. Benjamin
Say, of this city.
MAY 20, 1836.
(Reported by the Board of Brokers.)
Par VaL
50 shares' States Bain&, ki-t 9 IB"
35 do Farmers and Mich'F bh 66.- 50
40, do ; Mechanics bik 62f 35
10 do Schuylkill bk. 60' '50
175 do Girard B'k certificate and
S 'power 59 '-50
45 do do do 59 50
50 do- do do 591 50-
8 do Western btk 58J 50
900 do Del and Hudson, 9C 100
100 do- ddo o do 2 s 96
100 do do do 10 do 97 :
100 do do do15 d 97 '"
50 do do do:0 ds 97f
60 do Nec Castle and French Town35l 25
150 do Norri.town RR 52 50
100 do do do 60 ds 53j 50
100 do do do60dsfl 0 53i j 50
15 do Philadtlphia Savings, 29J 95
50 do MorriiCanal, 9.2 100-
i)100 do de do 60ds ay- 10.
150) do Beater Mieadow, 'SO .
Sh ip Woodbury, Tate, New Orleans, soon
Ship Arclhr, Marlton, New Orleans, soon
Ship Alleghany, Miehaels, Charleston, soon
Br brig Clara, Lonumire, St John, NB boon
BrigP erseverance Putnam, MAlarseilles so1n
Brig Cumberland Smack, St Jago de Cuba s
Brig Pilot Milton, Kingston, Jam. sees
Brig Sophia, Haven, Montevideoand Bueno. '
[Ayros, son :
Brig Betsey and Jane, Rado, St.L Johns, PR. soon
Brig George Turner, Blanchard. Mobile spbp
Brig Emily Davis, Bafford, Havana, Bsoi.
IF[AlI letters intended to be forwarded-by the
Liverpool packets, and other vessels adverlriied in
the above Ilttmust be left at the foreign Letter Of-
fioe up stairs Philadelphia Exchange1 andnlot drop-
ped in th Post Office below. .

LONDON April 8
MAVURE April 5

ALMANAC, S. R. S. S. High we .
This Day. b. m. h. m. h. m.
S4 -49 7 12 6 .45.

Mort of j3hilalrelpitia.
MAY 21 1836.
Schr Boston, Shephard, 22 dr fm Trinidad, with
mol,,rsca and sugar to Thus Fisher, and Clemant
and Newnian.
SSchr Tantivs, Dunham,5 da fin Savannah, rij
cotton to captain. "
Schr Martha, Day, 0 da fin Portsmouth, NJ.-L -
with mdsC to T A HaIc n.
Sft k Joy, Joy, 2 ds lin New York, with. silti,
T Wright and Co.' -' "
Scht Tropic, Endicott, from E gg. g wrthi
iron pipes, to T. W. .iS. Rithr

a -

- ." -I ;

+;,., .f- :


ar Oaypline, King, 7 d- from Chatham, witl
SnaidW &llCa a C'tatnill'rdaCndC. ".
w 'tilDsiatich Cori n, 48 hours fiom Norfolk
willt? id'e to'Ji'mes Haod.-
8ich'rJoseph B. Bancrofi, 3 di I'm Richmond
vi, l nidse to JOa Hand.
Sabr Henrv Clly, Webb,2 do fm Indian Rivet
withiton to'W Wright.
Bhr Elitbiceth, Branin 3 ds fm New Yorik,vii
canal, with mdeeto A.B Cooley.
Sloop Denj. Duncan, liess. 30 hours from N V
via canal, with mdse to James Hand.
Sloop Sally Ann, Jarman, 30 hours fm N York
wjth mdsp to A B Cooley.
Bi;g Dolphin, Reed, 30 hours fm New York
vig-caial, with mdse.
hip'Colossus, Wylie, Savannah. Walker, ant
brqther;.schrs Pelican, Curtis, Wilminmgton, NC.J
Patton, Jr.; Flora, Quin, Baltimore, via canal, Jas
Ilind; lioops Farmers Daughter, Osborn, N York
via eanal; Jas Hand, Ellen Jutlice, Mezzick, N Y
A B Coolcy; .William Penn, Pettit, Baltimore. Jos
Schr MariaJ. Estnl, Ilotfinan, fm Delaware.
fchr Ohtario, Preston, fnronm do.
Schr Sally Ann, Baker, from do.
Schr Wildie, Bright; 6 di fin Baltimore.
Schr. J.,,eas, Jones, 1i) da I'm do
b- chr John and RicharJ, fm Grcat Egg Harbor.
Schr W.m D. Burden, Hamilton, 5 do fm N y.
ScbrWin Pen, Edwirds, 3 ds from do
Barge Lehigh, MI'Clit, fm do.
Schr'Suisn and Mars, Snow, New York, bargi
Dejaware, Burns. New York. "
At Wilmington, (Del)-Schr Greseent, 7 ds fm
Ship Kerisington, Curtis, tleard Savaiiahn 13tn
inst for Liveepool. '
Shlip ommeicq., Chrigtiarson, fm Canton, arr.
at Manila, abbut'"2d Janfor Philad unecee. : .
Ship Algonquin, Miurceen, hence, at Liverpool,
14thh ult. ; :
The Christian,Thorso, sailed fm Deal-11th ult.
to Phiilad. .' -. I
*Barque .Lofiisa, Christopher, was loading-at
Whamnpoa, 1st Feb. for Buenos AyrEs.
Brig Eleanor, Harrison, was loading atPort:au
Platt, 9th insit ibr Philad.
.Brig Gem, Matthews, lence at Boston oan Tues.
dxy-On Monday at 2 PM oNl Tuckernuck, passed
brig Swan, from Boston.
Brig Stranger, for Philad. uncer was atPort as.
Platt 6th inst.
Brig Carroll, Mil tchell, lor Phild in 3 ds was at
Stl Croix 12 ds since. .
'Brig Pegassns, Remington, was at Havana, 15
di minde.
Schr Elizabeth and Rebecca, Allen, hence at N
SYork on Thursday.
Scelr Ruhama Mairy, Moore, cleared at Mobile,
7th inst for New York.
Schr Hiram, Crow etll, ard sloop Union, Tavlor,
hence at Richmond, 16th inst.
Schr Amity. from Richmond for Philad went to
sea from Norflk o.n Morndiv morning.
Schr John Frederick, |Nichols, hence at Neswr-
bury port, on Monday, bonnd to Amesbury, QOn
Friday in a heavy blow, Nartuclet WS"W 15'mi-
lea, lost about 283 [ons cosl off deck.
-Schr Delaware tin Eatlport-for Philad at Port
lhd 15th inst.L
Schr Pilot, Fcihh, sailed from New buryport on
M.Monday for Philad. --,
Schr Alerander, Huntinglon, sailed fm N Ha-
von 17th inst for Philad' '
Schr Native, LIdridge, cleared at N Y on Wed-
neaday for Philad.
Schra Mary Deborah, Cro-.vcl; Rob Roy. Side.l-
man; sloops Annabella, Burt, and Hope, Smally,
hence at New York. on Thursday.
Schr Caledonia. Baker, and Choice, Derickisn,
hence at Providence.
Schr. Jack, Wheeler, hence for Newbury-
part, "t--klraln $ol.. 15th inst. The Jack
towed into port schr. \Vahlo, ofBgngor, cargo-
of'coal from Philad, tlr Buston, which she fell
in with on the- l3di, lit 40 3 4 long 71 *26, aban-
doned. partly full ot water,jibafnd mainsail hang-
ing overboard, foresail gone-pumps choked -
alier considerable exerion, got one f the pumps
to.work,. and succeeded in freeing her, and get-
ting her in; The W. appears to be a vessel of
almost, 140 tons. Fhe crew had probably been
taken:olf, as-the stern boat was gone,'ivth near-
ly dall the seame-sp'-clothling captain's papers,
&c. .
Tow beIts Sarah flay, a'hd Two Cousins,
hence-at N Yolrkon Wedtnesday.
-Capt Moore lias .avoured tlie Boston Courier,
with the following which lie obtained at Lin-
tin--LiThe brig Jobhs Gilpin, from Canton, run
into aChina iunk; 4 hours out of Macao roads.
loa bhowspit, carried away lee rigging, sails,
forefap'nl atI, ad head, and lead, and leaked
badly, The latter, as supposed to have sunk."
Th'e J.:G. had arrived at Manilla.

[flBr Dsmne permmssi,:.n, the Rev W.T. Sprole,
wilipreaoh next Lord's day, in the Church on
Areh, atove UIth St. in the 'morning, afternoon,
and evening .

(0gfCITIZENS BEVARE.-The citizens
ot.fthe.City-and-county of Philadelphia are cau.
tioffed not.to-pay-over any money or other do-
nations intended bforthe aid of Texas, untd col-
lectorsare appointed, ot which due notice will
bei given. -
Thb Committee are induced to make this re-
quest-in consequence of a. young man having
repre ented himoelf'as authorized to collect for
the cbminlttee,and succeeded in obtaining some
300t$40. S. NEWELL, Sec'y.
Estate pf Samuel Rhoads, deceased,
N OTICE.-The Auditor appointed by the
Orphads' CoU't for the county of Phila-
delphia{ to audit,,settle and adjust thie accounts
of HNser LcECH, E SaitFEa. RirA-is deceased, uill attend for the
purposes of his appointment, at No, 19 Prune
street,-ahaye Fourth, on the Sl,t of May, 1836.
at 4 o'clock P. IW -.f..which meeting all persons
interested will please to take notice.
may-21 23 25'27 2830-31 -
A T thli season of the year, and during tie
ELummer.meonltLs, the Cream of Almonds
will be found, by. those who use it, to contribute
most essentially to their comfort. It is extreme-
ly cooling,.rg movm'.outward causes of iriii action
from the, skinortandprevoening bad efff.Pu from
exposure to the.a.iyind..eat whsilltrtvclling, or
tikling. exercise bvy-tAkinIng.or riding. It re-
moves freckles,: piMg!sW -rrdness, .tan, &9.and,
produces a clear.'ABr brilliant complexion. It
allays all sa.ae fngs- and irritation produced by
th'e rjaoiwhein shaving, and gentlemen a ho
sniktetrial of'it;, vdl'dicbvcr thit inuch comfort
mjn by. ataited,,bythlq. use of it.
miy 21 "304 lChesnut street.
Wl HOLDSAL.Eaand Retail Hardware.Store,
No. 296 31arket.stredt,-ithird dour be.
loew inth street,-souLh side, Philadelphia.
A tigeeral assortment df Hardward, Cutlery
aiid h iso Gogtds,uitable for Carpenter4s Ca.
binotplakerst atd HoUsekeepers.
-NJB. Oodntry-Marchants supplied.
A, OT. of very choice Po chong Tea, just
.At eceved from the recent sale at New
Yek .part of thecargo ofthlie hip Pauanria.-
TIhl.Tea. is espeofally wuithy the attention of
ecoq4iseurs,7betng.-Perhar tile bea Blackg Tea
e.7r i tecd iniup.ce country' and is considered-
by..q g Let-i. tJigfiS fiperuor to the celebrated
Ipiorga.ehopc-r.r sale al the' Temperance
Tea 'Etmil].rci;oy? ore, soutl a > cor-
ner- ocli ad Secuia streets. 5.
.may-19 JMIES R. WEBB. -
U'il.Ll-AI-F.~-t'iRNlEY il'spectfully informs
V -lit.~'Flri'tdds -and 'ihe- Ladri -B i i' general.
thatqie'hai-'co ericed the iti'siness of Ladies'
Bootrifd S i iW Maltkinds a No'. -50 S'outh
Ele ,di.Ia'd hla, wfiereall oilers
vwil to. ayirfl -

SEVER.L of lhe' iost desirable Farms i;
', Pennsylvania, and a number in the imme
diate neighborhood of Philadelphia for sale
I, others to exchange for goods and city property
Also, several desirable tracts of land for sale o
r, exchange for, goods, uatelhes and jewellery
horses, carriages, etc. ;, .., : .. ,
Also, .a number of houses in the city anu
; liberties for sale; some a great bargain;, other
forexchange. A smallone horsepower Engine
,for sale low. Apply to -
may 19 No. 9 CIeiry street.
r o10 take place on die 30th day of the present
d L month, at tlie Bush lll hhHotel ofcliarles
. Pommer. the prizes to he decided are, Ist ar
iron chest ornamented with Brass, lately exhbib
k 'ited :at the Frunklin Institule, Masonic Hdl,
Chesnut St. The subscriber has heen offered
r for it 125 dollars. '2d a silver v\atch with a gill
chain. Both i ticles may be examined at No.
70 Vine street, 11'ashingi'n Guard Hotel, by L.
Koterit, and where ltikeis maybe had. -
i. The target filing will commence at 9 o'clk
in the morning. .
2. Each marksman will fire at his own target
furnished by the subscriber. It will 'lar his
name and number.
3. TIe disLance from the target will be 100
yards; offhanded 60.
4. Of all shots will te kept miinutts. .
5. Any oswncrs ofal ticket not chool.nng fo
shoot at-the target, hlimselfr may appoint another
person t6 shot in his place.
6. No person having" shot for another has a
'right t6 shoot fora second. `
7. Each person being the owner of a llcket,
must have shot bor hliriiself before he can be en-
titled to slhootin the place ofanother.
S8.'No n6 mariniksman shliill bo allowed to take more
than 2tickets.
9.Each ticket is entilled to'3 shots
10.-'The two best shots of ine ticket will car-
ry the Iron Chest, the.next best ofanother one
the silver watch.' : `":.-" .
11.;No more thIan 90 tickets shall be gisen.
12. The price ofeacli ticket shall be $1 50 to
be paid-when tlie'icket'is delivered.
'E Each marksman firing at the target is at
full liberty to make choice of his own gun.
r m-iv IC-dif N6 31 Sirabeirv street.
.B E have just added to our former stock
S '!. Watches, a choice assortment of fine
Gold Levers, Anchor E.capemenit, independ-
ent Seconds, a new and superior aitiele, Skile-
ton Levers, I'Epine do. with ecntfe seconds,
duplex, &c. wiath fiom two to thliiteen jewels,
extra dials, hands and glasses, made by the
most approved makers, and will be arianted to
perform eorrectl,. .
Also, all time d(Lffeent pattern Fob and Guard
Chains, Seals, IKeus, &e.
Our sssortment offine Jewelleiy will be found
'to consist of all thle latest patterns of E'sr-rings.
wnih Pins io nnatch; B east Pins; Finge.r Rings,
Feioni.iis; Melalir ris. etc., gold, s.ier, gill,
eiinamel, peutl, ,trol and Jlet Li aist Blekles;
.,-ld. silver and g.li Conb-; faney Fans; Cologne
Bottles, etc. WOLFE & W'RIGGINS,
SCrrner Clih'iuut and '"ilth stremts.
SClocks aud Waiches repaired arnd warranted,
at the shoilest noti.e. Ail kinds .of Jewellery
anid Silver \Vaie rep',ired. may 18

T HE Stockholders of the Philadelphia Loan
Coupany.sre hereby notified that an instal.
n-ienit oE..'on each shll-Ae of stock is required
to be'lpsid on the ist diy of June, anda lartlier
instalmrint of r5 on tlie li0li day of June next,
betuein the hours ofl 9 and 3 o'clock, at the of-
fice ofthis Company. T. M. MOORE, Cashidr.
No. 21 North Twellth above kace, west
This article contrary to that usually offered to
the public, instead of destroying the leather,
gives superior brnllancy and adds strength to thi
article, to ahich it is applied.
*.For sale also, by the Proprietor's general
agent, at the Drtig S.o!re of Mr. Isaac Thomp.
son, nortl i .st corner of Second and Market
streets. mar 12
5()e IHAMPEItS of fine Lancashhie pink
0-5 "_ eye Putai.,os, for sale a.It lthe Temper.
ance Grocel} Stirre, south aest coiner Dock
and Secontd stieEts.
may 11 JMNES R. WEBB.
f A HOUSE TO RENT.-Already
wit a furnished, in a pleasant part of the city,
with a garden i full ol fruit tires. Inquire at
the office of the Inquirer. m.y 11
E DWARD'S L.ucifer Matclies are nn admi.
rable article for the instantaneous pruduc-
ion of fire by drawing thIm lightly and quick-
ly between thli-ace'o'rpanying sand paper. They
ire consequienitly o"f r.lisperisable utility to the
econoioy of esci)' family, particularly as the
necessity and efexpbnse of a night lamp are
avoided, for in a moment darkness is dispelled
by tire simplest of operations, and for conveni-
ence in every respcct, they haie not been equal-
led by any firmer ,renuion.
Edward's are put up in various forms and la-
belled to suit an\ market, but those in bo.\es.
of 100 each; are calculated for most gene-
al use.
From man) improvements which tile subscri.
ber has made, lie begs leano to recommend
wEdward' as the i nc plus ultra" in the art,
ad s l-Its the attention of dealers andi consum-
irs, to Ed 'eatd's Lucifers, all warranted tou ig.
nite, and not to impair b} keeping.
ManuTfatuied at No- 210 South Third at.
Philada. Notiee No. 210.
Original' aid only manuf.ictuer of Ediard's
Lueift s.
Country Merchants particularly, w ho wish to
ibtarin a superior article, and one which ~ift
gnile, are invtied to purchase EDWARD'S'
s there is a large quantity of spurious Lucilers
n market, totally deficient of ignition under
any circumstances. may I Id






-HAAT an office is now opened corner of Bud
hand Green street in the Northern Liberties.,
where Insolvent- Bonds and final Petitions will
be carefully drawn and all other business con-
nected therewith attended to up to a final dis-
charge.under the act of Insolvency. Bail pro-
cured in all cases ihich are bailable. Agency
business of what kind soever carefully attended
to both in Town and Countfy. -(Letters .Post
paid will be attended to.) Office hours from 7
until 10 A. M. and from 2 until 6 P. M.
Mar. 18-d
ALL the most valuable Medicnies treated inl
hthe diseases o'f Horses aqd Horned Cattle
may he had at the Penn Township Drug Store,
No. 2 Ridge Road;
Amoiug otbieis, the following are the most
cornspicuous in tiier elrects.
A 'emined% for recent or long standing wounds.
A remedy l'ur grease an[ ciacked heels.
A remedy Ibr'old sprains in tihe loins, lacik
anid sinaes.
A remedy for worms in colts.
A iamedy for Blue.Milc i n Cows..
CorJial bill or feed poutdera.
Tolic Balls.
Barban's Horse Powders.
.Hyl's Embrocation. MORRIS JIAYSJ
-N.B. Country Stord-keepers supplied with
Drugs on the must reasonable 'terms.
"- ma'y '12. *

S. No. 34 South Front street.
*' :"Building Materials.
On Satoilay aflornoon,
I At 4 o'clock, at No. 70 south Front street,
s below CheFnut, will be sold on the premises, a
e quantity of building materials,,. consisting of
roofs, flooring, doors, window frames and sashes,
together with sc.ailings, etc.
Extensive sale of Drugs, &c.
S- On Monday morning, May 23d,
rt At half past 9 o'clock precisely, at. No 217
Market street, by order of assignees, a large
and valuable assortment of drugs, chemicals,
fixtures, &c. comprising the whole stock in trade
of' the late firm of w. &C L,.Krumbhaar. The
gopds may be examined two days previous to
the; sale. Terms liberal.
On Tuesday morning,
At 11 o'clock, at the auction store..
A general assortmoit of Groceries, consisting
of 10 bhds S C sugar, 15 do P R do, 87 bags
Rio coffee, -60 do St Domingo do, 130 chests
young liysonh ea, 80 half do o, 50 qr. chests do,
1000 mats eassia, 400 j:rs English mustard, 20
kegs do do, 500 boxes bnnch raisins, 300 half do
do; 200 boxes candles, 70 casks.wine, 100 bas-
kets champagne-.-
On Wednesday afternoon,
At'4 o'clock, at the yard ofE. W. Cook, No.
21 Lqurel'stret, 34 logs Honduras mahogany.
Also, in M. Bouvier's yaid, 14 logs de do dol
SSuperior Old Wine.
On Friday morni,i-g, MA r Tth.
At 11 o'clock, in tele lrig room over 34 south
Front street, ill be soll, itie full.w iig ope.-
rior old wine., impt.i ted h3) S Morris % ;,In & L (.'o.
now under Cu.,tom house lock and iiiultld to
Harris & Son's, superior old-Port :wine, in'
pipes, hlids. and qr. casks; London ilu in pipes.,
hhds andi qr ciske, tisbuor d in do do; Sherry,
pale and gold, it half pipes and qr. caAk i San
.iLucar wine in half pipes, qr. casks and indian
bril I .
Catalogues will be ready and the wines open u
frtr exa\iitnatior, tie day pre ,loin to tie s.le.

ld. TION, An Invaluable remedy for inflain-
m itions, burus, scalds, piles, wounds, ulcers,pui-
sons, sore nipples. &c. &cc.
This remedy exceeds any thing offered to the
public for the cure ol the above diseases. Nu-
merouscertificates have been received and tmay
be seen on application to the agents. Price One
Dollar per bottle.
A tresh supply just received and fir sale by
SSolo Agents for the proprietor, No 16 North
5th st..
It may be hod at No 45 Arch street below
Second. / may ll.if

"SALIE.-Twomden bihlt thrcestory
Brck HoiusLs, with back building, asitu'ire oti
the east side of Delaware Scevctili st reet,the 4tIl
anid th houses north of Noble street, in the
District of Spring Gardei. liquiie of Joar-ph
Lee, *N W corner of Lawrence and DutionwouJ
N B PossessIon m%3y be had soon, if required.
may II

Suihll Sixth street, opposite Independence
Square. -*
The Subscriber informs his friends and the
public generally, that t-siridt--etin-eaes-ma-.
nufacture Boots of all descriptions of the firi
quality, and as respects workmanship and
maierils, may be equalled, bu, not excelled
by any in the United Sitate.. Tohe moderate
prices and excellency of his goods are too
well known to his numerous arid'respect.ble
connexions, to require comment. Arrange.
menis are made by the subscriber, that hIis
friends may depend uipon a punctual attention
to their favors. IV. hI. ELSEGOOD,
may1l Proprietor.
No. 159 Ch/snuitt Street.
Capital, $300,000.
Benj. W. Richards, Robert Toland,
Timothy Abbott, Peter Hertzog,
Coleman Fisher, John J. Smith, jr.
David Williamson, Frederick Brown,
Adam W'aldie, Britain Cooper,
William Folwell, Thomas Ridway,
Armon Davis, Joseph Buiden,
PHILADELPHIA, will receive Special and
Weekly Deposites, in trust, in small or large
sums, on which interest will be allowed.
The Company will recieve funds in Trust,
and pay them as directed by the Depositors, and
also execute General and Special Trusts.
Certificates of Depositp, bearing interest,
w ill be issued when required.
Deposites to be withdrawn at pleasure, will
be received. p
They make Insurance on lives, at the lowest
rates, and grant Annuities and Edowments.
Applications promptly answered at their
Office, after 9 o'clock, in "the morning.
B. W. RICHARDS, President.
GEO. W. ASH, Treasurer.
JOHN F. JAMES, Actuary.
mayll-dtlf ..
V IllWS IN THE 1 YROL.-From driw-
ings by Allom with letter press descrip-
tions. This is one ol'the cheap and beauty.
fully works of the day,-and is worthy of exten-
sive circulation. Fore sale by,
304, Chesnut st. 2 doors above llth S. side.
may,2.-d '
Beaver Silk Culture andt Manufacturitag
: Company of Pennsjlvahin.
R7 E Stockholders of the Beaver Silk Cul.-
.t lure and Mlanufacturing Company, are
heresy notified, that the fifth installment oEthree
Itiblar4; je'-sbare,-6a required to be. paidohn"or.
b rfoio.the 21st May, 1836, to George W;,,Ash,
'r reasuei-, No. 159 Chesnut street.
The stockholders in Beaver county, will pay
their instalments to the order of tile Directors
their. By order of the Board,
may II E. BURKE FISHER, Sec'ry.
/ GUIDE.-Smith's Cabinet Makers and
IUpholterers' Drawing Book, and repository of
new and original designs, for household turni.
ture and interior decorations in the most approv-
ed and modern taste, including specimens uofthe
Ezp'ntian Grecian. Gothic, Arahbesue Fronch

-AU 0 T- S T OREi,
No. 207 North Third street, between Vine a
Callow hill streets.
S Pawnbroker's Sale. -
-On Saturday afr noon, Ht) l1st,
At 3 o'clock at the south east corner iol'S
.mid Soull, consisting of summer'cloth co;
and confers, pantaloriis, rriundabnutl, 50 ne
and second hand rets, shirts, hals, boots a
-lh.c.s, ciiuiliep.p nes, ,preadls, Ileeets, ci aitln
ladies silk chintz and arico.dresses, meririoa
crape, shawls, caps, veils, collars, hdkf., ur
brellas; parasols, etc.. .
Alsa, a quantity offuirnituiFe.
The hliole to be sold without reserve.
Our next-sale of Real Estita, (fifth this se
.;on will take place otilVednesday evening, Ma
2ih. at 8 o'clock precisely, it i',e Philadelph
Exchange, on wh.eh eier.nrg we -hall offer
Consiiiting or 32 veri valuable and desirab
tinilding Ints, in the centre rf the fluuri-l.i,
to n 0of Mllan.. unk, arid 3 very dea.-ble Lbulh
ing lots in Gernt.,tou n.
Alao, a prcpe'ri) in Arch street, with -seve
o'hi rs. h e .r a.
Pers,,n Iriting property tn dJpose of, ca
av..ili the-m elvie s ..f lthe oppliUtunil1j, by applY
;rg at the auction store, No. i207 north Thir
_r- 0t, at anJ time prEiions to thlie t;me f sale
Pawnbroker's Sale of Furniture, Clothing, &c
On Sttird.ny morning, May 28th,
At-half pa-t 9 o'clos.k, at No. 186.Southl s
onie door aboi Fifth, south iide.
l'nrticulars licereailor.
l- Uinredeemed Pledges.., .
Pa broker's Sale of Fashionable ani.Seasona
ble Clothing.
On Monday morning, M a 0th, at 9 o'clock
at Ihle a ciion btioe. .
Part.cutari hereafter.
A Farm in Passyunlk Township.
-A valuable itract ot ground, situate in Paiss
urik township, containing 10 acres and there
quarters, s;tuate on lthe est side of Long Lane
I'hls is a very desirable lot of glound, as thee
i clay ofthe firsl qnallly for brick making and
a siflicient quantity fur LIo briek yards.
This properly aill be intersected by Prirnm
street east nnd .west, and north and south b
\hliton street, Schuylkill Front, Second an'
Thlrd streets. Terms very accommodating,
11y order ofthe lieirs of a person deceanid.
For particulars enquiiie of the Auetiooeer.

To the Maioir and Aldermen of tile city, til
S .4Adelirten and Justices o0'tk county, andall
oith:rs having power to commit.
A T a meeting ,of the Boird ofl Inspec'rs ol
itlhe Philadelphia County Prison, held on the
llh inst. it was ordered that public notice be
iven to the Mayor and Aldermen ot fhe citv,
the Aldernien and Justices of the Peae cf the
count, and all other persons having power lto
conmit, that the said Prieson i. now ready to re-
ceive, all that class of prisoirers whc have here-
tolbre been sent to the Arch Street Prison: and
that on and alter the Ist day of June nclh, all
commtinments must be directed to the Keeper of
the Philadelphia County Prinon,' ui MAiyamen-

Cr' The entrance -to the untried prisoners'
wing is at Ihe s..uth gate.
By order of the Board.
Tlle daily paper are requested to copy the
In the Court ol Quiarter Sessions for the County
of Phlila.elphia,
In the matter of tliedamages awarded to John
M .Pleiss, A S & Roberts, Caleb Maule,
Charles T Parmentier, assignee of Richard
Pryor, Samuel H uimmouns, ti'r the widening
of Franklin street, 'NirN Fourth to Apple at.,
itn tho district of Kensingt.un.
THE 'Auditor appointed to distribute the
abose darmages, will attend fir the purposes of
hisapp6intrnent at Evans' Hthl, George above
Si.\hli t. on Wednesday, the ,ath lday of May.
1636, at 4 o'clock P. MI., wheel "nd where all
persons having claims Ior grounofent.mortgage,
judgment, lien, or otherwise, are requested to
attend. may 16-pod,3t
In the Orphans' Court Ibr tile City at County
oh Philadelphia.
T HE Auditor appointed to audit, sc-tle, and
adjust the accounts of Hugh Cathu-wood,
Adninizlrator of Williarn Rar age. deceased,
and to make distribution of the funds it the
hands ofthe Administrator,will meet the patties
interested at Evans's Hotel, George street,' a.
above Sixth, on Wednesday, May 25, 1;36, aJ 5
P. M. may 16-eod5t

SH. L. BRoLasitY & Co. Merchant Tailors,
No. 43south Eighth street, 5 doors below Cheis-
nut, east side, respectfully inform their friends,
the public and strangers generally, that they
have constantly on hand a large and choice a:-
sortment of superfine West of England and
French Cloths,consistingofthe most fashionable
colours worn in London and Paris, together
wilh a greater variety of spring and summer
patterns tor pantaloons, than can be fund in
any one establishment in this city'.
Also agreal variety of 'esting.
They p:htlnely request the g.:nileumen to give
them a call, as they are assured that it will save
them at least 30 'ier cent. The following is a
list ofthe reduced prices at which the above
goods, when made up, will be sold.
Superfine black Frock and
Dress COats, from $11 00 to *10 00
Superfine blue, brown, olive
and green, 13 00 to 20 00
Do cliiet, dahlia, myr.
Itl( &c. 15 00 to 19 00
Do Lndon smok'd nviz-
ibe green, 14 00 to 19 50
A varietyotflancy colors, 13 00 to *20 00
A sariet3 of summer and
other sutfs, for pants, 3 00 to 7 0-0
Super blk Satin Vests, dou-
ble based, 2 50 to 4 00
Do silhlnerino,Marseilles,
&c. do. 2 00 to 3 75
As lotv asthose prices appear to be,we pledge
ourselves tonell'them accordingly, and we like-
wise warrant them to be the best materials, and
for fit ani workmanship not to be excelled by
any othe- in the city.
may 11 No. 43 south Eitghth street.

English, and other schools in the Art, beauti- EMOVAL.-J. P. WARWICK, Merchant
fully and correctly coloured, and accompanied t Taii', respec tlullh informs his -frieads
with practical and useful instructions fbr the and t'1 .pblic, th't lie has removed from his
manufacture ot the same, including plans, pro- old standNoS53, to No. 21 soutll Seventh st
files and scales to each; wsth the mouldinTs en- three denis above Chesnut sireut, east side;
larged ior asisting the workman. where II1 as ni hand .,d still constantly keep,
Also-Cabiner work exemplyfied in new de- 11an elegar .sqortment of blue, black and fancy
signs practically arrang-ed on 72 plates, contain- Alored lotlhs and Ceasominerei.
inmg 2 27 designs.-For-ale by, Also, I handsome assortment of Silk Velvetb,
LE SAN.F l. Vale,ic,af.r,cy an.- |ilain Engl;sh Silk Vestimg;
SOLE SANKEY. all of whtch will be made up at tie shortest no-
myl2-11 304 Chesnut-st., Snuth side tice, in rhe most fashionable style and at mo.-
FOR SALE, debate prices.
lrTwo newv three story brick houses, P. S. L)i hand, a handsome assortment of
l on the north side of Pine street,.-above Stocks, lhirts, Colla's, Bosorme, Cravats, Sus-
13th-each house containing I8 feet in front by peu'ers, c. may 17Tdly
32 in depth. 11The lots are each 6u feet. deep lone to Loan
to a 4 feet wide alley. The houses are finished N lortgag of unincumbered Real Estate
in the handsorme.t and beat manner, wilthevery 'Ij in the citfand county of Phtladelphik.-
conenience. Apply at No. 19 Prune streer-. pply fo SAMUEL M. LYNN,
may 12--dlni ma.t itf No. 76 Vine street.

SUTMMER RULI.ETIN. The Prrznil 'ylvftr.a SontineL
LATEST FASHION-RUSSI.I IAq''S. N. N leI louh "F ofJtrly wi boe publshed
Flurenee 4A South 3rd street, has- in the city of F'hladeJl,,.i, Llio first number
furnished an elegant assortment of of a
Fashionable Russa Hals to which lhe DAILY MORNING JOURNAL,
nd invits the attentol,:.n oflhs patrons and Bearing the ab.ose tide, and dedicated toPolitics,
thel'ublic. The celebrity and exten- News, Commrceo, Literature, Morality, Amuse-
sive sale ot hs II RU'SSIA HATS of last year orient, &e.
and the unanirruus opinion of their quality and Time %\ holesomer i.ftluence of competition has
beatlly )v Int.h gained ihem the nanm- ,c.f 'Nc- ben strikiigly illustratcdJ in the improveten t
lth Plus Ultra" is an incentive to poue.rful exer- which has taken place in the newspaper press of
ats tion to maintain th6 enrrible position in Putlc this cointrr, within the la-t ten years. In that
ew eeitration. Convincedoflthis fact every exertion period it has advanced in aize,appearance,intellec.
nd has been made tlus season by individual atten, tual tirce aid popular influernte, with the rapidity
which eharacetriz a tie spirit of the age, until, in
ns,. ion to their "Improved Alanufacture" to elicit the place c'f tit, dn gy and diminutive shret tiwhi
nid if possible increased patronage and favor. The fo mrl mpaetc todheir readers a fes paragrpnihets
min- e-eintal qtialitesoftlslie elegant SunmmerHats daily in puhtlc s arid neDt, w I have nieanmoth pub.
are v,ell kr,..wn, and the Luow Prices at which lications, which ccunsttute a medium for the trans-
they are offered should induce -all who study action ofa large portion of tlio business of-the,
comfort and convenience during the summer comrmmurnity, giv a ull cu, rent history of all parts
months to procure one. ofihe s orr., aid e xleno hir empire over the whole
a- F.orence lis an extensive assortment ofhis region of the mind. The PE.s is no001 tire only
ay Superior Silkkck Beaver HIdls which are oTfer- real monarch. The intend iceluigs and opinion
ia ed atprices tiat % il sati-ti try body, m fact of the public are tea greit extent dependent on it;
a call at his etlatlhist.iier is cnly wanted to it grasps in it6 giant hJnd every science; It con.
rtisfl the most tii*idius ofxhis diz.position and -trol3s etery humiun pursuit; int1uenees, with ducpo-
le ability to please. tic s a die tiles ol pdhlic opinion; declares war
S '-i tsofall kin. rnade to ordet. and peace; raises and dethronca rulers; andestab.
mHO A S I. FLORENC lishes and destros emni-res arid states.
S. THOMA ._ B FORENC. Notwiimktanding this great advance in the
Practical Hatter, 48 .soutll 3rd Street below char ictir and influitrce ofthe press a in general. it
ra Chesnut, West side, Philadelphia. is bhldied tha the Fsnc impulsive agent, comp.-
may l; 13-tl -/ titica, rmay attain further triumph; and that, par-.
*n "tic'larly in this city, a newspaper may be publish-
,- THE PENNY. IAGAZINE ed, poscsing oi,n' aJvanlage sqol hilherto here
rd -Of the Society for the Dillusion otf Use- attainedd In this coniic.tion, the subscribrr has
e. .ful KrinolIed-c. l .. deterninrd to i.sue a new diily Morning Journal.
T. THIS DAY published, part XLVI. of this TIe cnL." S ff"E ENSYill be NIA SEN-
unrivalled popular periodical. Price '121 eent. secure the eventual uecstthundertaking, ad
t. The present part is or January 1836, and the the pape:r ;ill ltherelie be continued at all hazards.
commencement of a new-year. The circulation The mostliberal.ararngenienir will be madxb to
of the work ha, out t riped evety other period- secure for it every iadvnt.agc possesied by' the
icli, and is eidl rapidly increasing. New York or London Press; and no expense will
a- CONTENTS OF PART XLVI. be spared to engage the most respectable talent.
No. CCXLl,-Dancrng, Friends and Associ- arid to employ every a.grnl ncee.rsary to render the
r, ates, Origin of Butterfes, Lemurs, Umnbrellas, paper equal te any published in this country.
The Tnallos Tree of China, Visit to a Lead In politics, as i sery thing else, the Penneyl.
ThMine, Ullot Tree o, W hine, A Cause of Ua Leadnimity ania Sentinelwill b ,:mprat butdetermined
Minej Usltulnes, Wine, A Cause of'Unanimity While it avoids personality end vmolenee, it will
in Cru -. Unprofitable LDi1 u Greo "ever shrink from the resolv:d and rigorous per-
No. C XLII.-The Lodo and Greenwich formance of its duty, regardless alikeof the favor,
S'iaduicrt and Ralil way -. or frown, the caresi's or clamour of the violent or
Se Ci'ula--No IX.--The IVarnish Tree, Valour, the servile. Above the madness, die bigotry and
Talkahliene-s, Leyden Unitersity, Writing the vitupcrtic.n of factei..n, but devoted to the sn.
re Matriali, 'Th Knight Temnplar. cred principles and ltimn-honored usages of the
d Nti .-Condition onfl he Aliners to the North' great republican part) of'the iUion, it aillever be
of England and in MeFAico. ibund a vigilant, I',ifhiul, and it is hoped, not inc.
e tCXLI-lbrahatIn Pasha's Palace, The ficient 1"SENTINEL" on h he watch tower-
Y Y Knight Templars. PEn .vx.ris D-ruocsacr.
d iNo. JL-The Sea, The Corpus, Cypou, or Believing Perns3lvainia entiilkd to our warmest
ouia. loscrw. Lieseses ot Artizans supeniply- pport, the Sentinel till maniintain her rights and
d in wosr.in in ines- ThAri Caniemanploy- interests against every aggrc:.iion, whether from
cd in w.rhinmg in Mlnes, Rhe- Canadian in- foreign-or dotmrsiic ftEs, whether from the envious
d s. l t T T and embittered among her rivals, or the servile
No. CCTLIV.-The Betel Nut Tree, The and recrearnt o her own soi,,. The prosperity of
S No. igh The Chpli, i., Cty ol'Philddplplhi.s c iins also our best wishes
No. T .-The Chec-sewring, Kilmarih Rocks, anod we will endeasour to pionlnte it by sustining,.
and .T reu.:-tly, .tone, (.ornwall, Alfred, Bruce, c.nall occa-ions, lici e i. cetlabliihied interests, by
Washington. Factory Labor, A .Remiarkable adiocating all dis, ret iin[prc.oeIncnte, and by len-
f Duel in 1664, Heritable Qualities, ding every energy lo tic -,ippoit q'that lolty and
N o. CCXL\".-The th.iopoe, The Steam En- nsaa nded sy tmrr ofSi.iti p--Icy, hichl has raised
gine, Steam Na igati.:n, War, AInwick Castl.?, Philad(iphlia to her pr: sent emlinence, and promi-
Deriptin ol the Process iA Mallin The seto renr r l h city on the Ctinent,
Forgiing cof the Anchor, Whale Fishery on the [- h Penn:l[v-1ania SEntiincIl will be printed in
Cuazt of Ir-?land, Laborers in Denmark. new and. beautiful oyps, on a chet of hie size
o. CCXLVI.-S 'PPLENIENT.-Birming. and appearance,, f'the Nc:v York Etenir.g Star.
ham., : '. b It will contain all thie l.:reign and domestic in-
ILLUSTRATIONS IN PART XLVL telligence, political, rritcaiiil-e, and miscella.
1 Dancing, from Hogartli's *Analysis of Beau. eous so muchc-11ile pr.:.ceedings of the Courts
S tvy" as may be worthy publication; police reports;
2 Ruifed Lemur interesting occurrer.-:e- and uefuli essays on all
3 Sktll Of Lemur, subjects. Congressional and Legislative pro-
4 Skull of Money. ceedinigs i ill be promptly and fIully inserted in
6 London and Gteenwich Railway, from near rr colurrins; and corre-pondents wall be en-
Be'rnaondiey, New UIh. gaged in Paris and L:nndon, as swell as in lthia
7 Palace of I braham Pasha, is seen from the principal cities of our ottn country. Particu-
River Nile.a lar attention till lie directed to present those
S The Coapus. n-inute buht int-eresting- Itins of informatiopr
9 Hairy palate of tlie Ccpius. ----- wJuJeh-are so'eageriy sotughIt after by the reader&
10 Papouses. -- *."," newspaper.; and d- larger -miars qf'-rading-
11 Betel Nut Tree. mailer \ill tIe 1sen than is now contained int
1"2 The Cheeaeweing as seen from the Nurth any daily sheet issued in this city. As the pub.
West. liher is peculiarly an-ii'.us to render the Senti.
13 Kilni'rth Roclhs as seen from the South east. nel a useful and popular Family paper, he will,
14- Treel.y Ston. on thme outside Iarm, in addition to the ordinary
Li Hoope. reading matter, give daily,two or three columns-
16 AiInick Castli, orthumberland. of interesting, instruetite, and arn-using literary
17 View of ncvieht Birmingham. reading matter, consisting of tales, poetry, an.
i Moloern View of Birminghanm. ecdotes, biography, ret ews, and essays, &c
10 .Staffordshire olliers. Great care will be d-voted to this department;
ORRIN ROGERS, and coanide-nt hopes are entertained that it will
," Agent for the Publishers. recommend the Sentinel to the latonrte atten-
N.-B. Any parts of the, work from the com- tion of the heads of lnamilies and others.
Mnencement are sold separate. The subscriber ha\ ing determined to devote to,
Orders by mail thankfully received, the cause ol Penns) Ivania Democracy, the en-
r mayl6 ergies, of an efficient and independent press,.
conducted on the most liberal scale, and equal
A MNE AW rE MILY NEWSPAPER, OF to any Journal published in this country, confi-
the largest aid cheapest cls in tl,e.. couu. dentlv appeals to 'Pennzylvaniens tbfor support.
try-devoted to Literature, Science and Gene- Jo HN n WALEpr
ral Intelhgence, on Saturday, thIe 21st of lay, OHN R. WALKER.
will be published, in this city, the first number Daily Paper, $9 00 per annum.
clfa new-t cekly newspaper, entitled Country Paper three times 5 00
AND MIRROR OF THE TIMES. do aorice a week 2 00 do,
The Saturday Chronicle will be; in the full- Advertisementz, &c. at the usual rates. :
est term, a Family Newspaper, entirely uncon rmayl4d
-A_ _.... ...,1- .


nected with party politics and sectarianism,
and zealously devoted to the cause of lheratlure,
science, and general intelligence, as calculated
to entertain and instru.:t eery branch of the
domestic circle. Its general contents will be-
Tales and Essays on literary, scientific and mo-
ral subjmcls-sketches.of history and biography;
contributionss from some of the best writers of
I'hdiadelplhna-notices of iriprovements<-in the
nmichnice arts, agriculture and rural economy-
art'Tes on inisc, the drarna, and other-amuse-
nientn-Varieties, arnmusiuig incidents, &c., and
a carefully prepared synopsis ot the -current
news ol the day, both foreign.and domestic.
The publi-Ihrs ofthe Chronicle having ac-
quired conr.derahle experience in the hewspa-
per business, from a connection of several years
standing !sith onie c.ftthe must popular newspa-
pers in the country, feel satisfied that they will
be enabled to iasue a sheet in all respect descry-
ing of liberal patronage. They have already
secured Ibr its columns, the aid of several lite-
rary gentlemen of' this city, and'have engaged
attentive, corespondents to furnish the latest
intelligence from Harrisburg and Washington,:
luring the sessions of the state Legisliture and
They design also; in, the course -of a few
c-weeks, to ofltr liberal premiums for literary ar
ticles in order to secure for their readers pro-
ductions frum some of the best writers in the
country. .The works of popular authors will
tccasioially: be published at length in, the
Chronicle, .and no pains nor expense will.be
spared to render the paper interesting and at-
tractive to every class of readers.
The Chronicle will be issued in a handsome
ype, and on a sheet larger thaniany now used
in this city. The first number will appear on
Saturday, May 21st. .
. Philada., May 10, 1836.
TERMS.-Two dollars a year, payable in
dvace;$.-2 .' 50 if not paid before the expiration
f'six nionthe; and $3-00 if payment is delayed
until the end of the year. For ai months, 81 00
-in advance.
(c.t7-Adi-rtisments neatly and conspicuously I
nc'-nred, ouri icasonuable terms.
OzZP:ostmasters and others renmitting ,'10 00 I
will be furnished with six copies of the Chioni-
le for one year. -
^-Orders, free of postage, addressed to dlie
'ublshers, Philadelphia, Pa. will meet within
ronipt attention.
.(Cy-Small notes on all solvent Banks,.reeatv- c
d at par, in payment orf subsciptions.
Smay 13.

D. k E. STEVENS, Tathlrs from London,
No. 49 Walnut street, one doer below Second
st atel. '

MB ERCH.ANTS, -Storc keepers, Inn-keepera
Il. and others, ariting clerks, book-keepers
Salesme n, bar-keepers, porterA, or help of any
description. Will find those of good character.
and well qualified by leavin_ their address or.
orders at our letter box or office No. 9 Cherry'
WVanted Imrimediately several respectable:per-.
sons to fill various capacities as above mention-
ed. D. PALMER, dzCo
may 11 a 9 Cherry street.
To Southern and Western Merchants.
rhe Subeci bher has con:iIntll on hand at the
A N extensie assortment ol-Rifles, Fowlmhg
t._ Pieces, Mulskets, Pistols, &c. ofevery descrip.
tion and finish-Also, the approved Armstrong
For sale, wholesale or retail, by
HENRY DERRINGER,3f0 north Front st.`
** Orders received will be promptly executed.
may 11 dtf -
To Southern and WeEterni MerclhalitS.
South Fourthlistret, fifth .door below Mar- .
ketstreet,- invi*s the, attention of Sotlheiri
and Wes'tern Merchants, to their stock of U- n
brellas and Parasols, comprising esery variety
of style and finish, which rhey n ill sell as low-
as any other establishment in the United States.
lO(Ok AT TH[S.
T HE subscriblr-'bffer ifor cale the stock, fz.
tures, good will and pallerns fbr carrying on
the Metallie Letter and Figure making.
Also, the Fixtures of a Brass Foundry.
This is-a very desirable business for an enter-
prising young man. their being no other in the city
Inquire of Oren Colton, No. 22 Library street, reif
of U. States Bank
myA.4 wv i J. R. Garies .-
W%, ANTED-A lad about.14 years of sge,
S to learn the Drng amid Apothecary busi.
ness. Apply at the Penn Tnwniiip tcrug Stur, .
No. 2 Ridge road, abone Vine st. ma) 12
O ,RGAN hMANiFACTOl Y. -Corrie &
Flubio, Church rind Chambrer t'rgan Build."
ers, No. 115 Maliket t, wev-Cit uf Broad stiret
Philadelphi.t.' rnoay l-
j RUSH CANTON GINGER.-& cases .of
East India preserved G.ij;or',in sugar can--
dy syrup., for-sale at the Temperantce Tea and .
Grocery store, S. W. corner of Duck and Se-
cond stiteets. '<
may 17 JAMES R. W yBn.

N ASItlNG I ONU J. I.IMON, Book Bunder,
Paper tuler and Stati.nor, '247& Soauth
Second street, Plhiladelphia, where Account
Bocks of every descriptioiw nay be had Riuled
and bound to any Fattern. nmayi



.-TO T TM PW Jg- siSHA@ W CNM.eAaUlr&, ANTI-DYS- PoTTr R'SL H s -? UGHL\\INTERMTING & IMPORTANT ..I porga.- t6o= L T4121. anguage of Tiath is si Il .-
b -- ". PE PTIC PILLS ---TheS Pills, prepaLed E G E TA B L E C,,T.JLIC H E .iubscriber uiereoffe rsto all mose a tfct- L-I Tran dle mh On mhe 18th of y I.
I'l %re.vll known T tht femole'sare sub. Jt IaTI -tL^h~ TB pr.-d/rf^^Z^^ /^O.,jcjHibc HEALTH I I randieth Pills. Onthe l8th of, xy, lM&#,'
't gie a wel va k rnow f diheat e es are the from the Prescription olan eminent Phycianhve 1OR the cure of Serofula, Rheuimatrn Liver Jed vi tl sore, weak or inflamed Eyes, a "The poor man's riches, these now truly celebrated Pills were first
o ecthso a ex.Itesho ulvhrfrebe th e a of been used with decided success in numerous ca6 I *,omlrntml, Neerusis, IhiletSwelling. o- sovereign.remedy in Dr. ADAMS' Qe WI..r. The rich man'sbliss." made known in-the United States, although in
liers. It should ohereore be the a/ f obstinate Costneneass,Dyspepsia,Swck head-.che si, Scurvy, &c. i l o be. found in more thane2fo An Eye Water that has been in use for. nearly e -s Europe they Ihad been previously before tlhr
tlos'% w lO pi- in e rue le ng a r, to -mv -,c .,econs -.n-a diiorderid state well auuhcnn tcazde cases of cure.; which na 1e 0 2ears in this country, and upwards of 20 To h ,are Y o ,." ,re e r --tl ,e -en t The n- t--
I *t'e-the nature of such diseases, and endeavor .es .,.h a .nd h.ve cci found peculiarly ad. "frotrime tnotlmedbeen publsh ed and its Ehaving-c.tYITittrdued to read the-following advertisement from begin. p icpubli naturally viwen ed them wme
to ind the best remedies, and among tef numer- t tfemales., mmnerous certificates of cures ad .eeethe most esteemed receipts of the celebrated Physcian whose name it bears; E t end; and should necesty equre, make suspicion, but as on tri they were fund what
~ ~ tm n ili n'edc e w iulep mere- ro as: ': : c sr":it:-,:=,v.-. y th-e o .el'e.brattedoreo eod t hevauale eicns r Mi.....s-, '..r .o anna
uas vegetable mEdiciveswhi.. could be procured, wre i dteemd neC ory; but t This admirale cordialso pleasant to the taste and emanating from so high a source, and from ^ ^ a ted tithey professed, it was as.soonsispla ked' by the,
liefofrmy .iuR'erng fellow beings, there -are to oidin oth:ir superior ecffiacy, m tl dedseae and almost impepcerible in its operation, if per- one too who had made the art and theory of treated ofei.st adapted to your .particular case. greatest, confidence. They have secured thi
p- a ticularly de asoned or *hmales, drt vheepe- Itr w hich ehiy are dc ed, I saUit thema to- severed in for tashorr aE er strengthens -the con- M medicine his study fur years, satd knew e ecdly Qfythei efficacy: thousands (m any of w hom w ere character, too, .under very i adverse eit cu bsta
spaiaon and cue of sore and gathered brea' the publ, relying on their own. ments, and well stitution. gives strength and tone (o the-nerve, hon eve article that enters nto its composi- "incredulous) can testify. ce, hvi' ..contend wt ilt e base land
and which have not been known to fa.l s the asuredtthatth trialofa single box wilproe to pelall noxiOusand impnre jueespurieshe tin would act what effect it would produce, The following are recommendations which ul ated iy those interested rrkene -
wIorsteases. oe the afntleed far more satifatory recommend o an promote the r tn of the usad who in rivatepa natic seo tnon in cannot be denied and of such character as can- ind nn ah s-a t i"erstin. keeping
Alsp a number or 9Srupmade no, at.fonthan alen list of unknown signatures s ii t1 d tk d noteaducedbf any othr preparation. adts NDreton as'agreafte everyEngla.d. .usednoearticlewith0nenaothed functionson heirbodies.Drr. reanrdsth
6nioan Medines,y r P rh- Blobd. d They will be foand perfectly irmoce andmid fee-rand a. ."e, bilious and other diseases. The succ.ss-ad while we are confident that it Fi>'t-They have received the approbation of here impress on his friends and -. "pub i .
Ao m In. iPihSyrup fo Cldrn.. in theioperation, n ot producing the debility fnd advantafesresultingfromtsuse immediately after spr,.g from sch a source, need any fear of Pyicians, members of Congress, tiel ..erally, that lswenver may bie:-tlhe ale acltn 'fh
AS WrmnheninSyrup for wsar person aaterre costive nessfrequently uceeedmg the use ofthe vaccination has in numerous.instances been.strik- u. -t tures, Captains ofl t esstel officers of the Navty,' ., a',.^n t dJ
._sior t.I-'" Vy pils-t difS ret ,times, suchndifferent kSdtiOIIi
Mveringrom sickness, and all deblty. ... common cathartics. ing; and as an auxiliary to tihe use of Mercuy, or k wtattheE eianm ortator Cler.men and thousands o0others. Newspa. e s." s rn action.
s ik ssan- n;ad as nax lr al U 'W l kos ha ieEy f n m otryo." m nadti uni fohrl e sna ,ie~nti'flatnrmAy aeroso aCn Lll~~cter-O eplatre tknitrse weeoeuositiokha In rkndonb I thes0o o eifi. esbigto zaltJn atrt ui il ils u-
ASyrupparticularlyaddpled to Prson oftCon iDirectionfs foruse--One pill to betaken imme- where the .constitution has bee-,broke, n lw .by Wealko. that ot e E... in.h hot rt t flr perd pubhatbd cr cerific, e5 eing too expeib-go e n ehr- .'._ .... er. n h P.l., but
S, orehabi. h -. idiately after each meal, until the desired effect is the i.udi adinris n of the mineral s- ga, that must not nor ought ot to sive; certificates ofthe most wonderetle'lec- r e. tb .u Y
tAeough.Syrup, for the care of Croup, or Rattles Ioue~h, stenh s e n; on&, the barks, ur by exesissve dissipation, the C~a- within but when anl article'.comes reeomrddcomianntdride"d ... .- be persevered in until th~e- action is- uutiforin. o '
phrpn r d they athen be discoined un tholicon is certain, safesandagreeable-remedy. byhihaythorityandbdthvoiceottousas mpany -irection, and the Proprletorwill. th ea efficient assista:it o a vr ortierh tvr-
for &roroM., it. almost any st.litofi theu dis cease. at antm give^a~^ referencedi to' thousands peima- th- titd oc :^ natrjhvn
"u-r-r croful, i, almost y staofhe rerence o ease............." The genuine Catholicebn strikes at the root of who have felt its poweirfulefficacy in restoring" at any tiie sive reference to thousands pema. hesme kind, of action on the .I bo
None genuine unless this signitture be placsd thediead e and wilha this particular adantage ne- heati ... t he i ; E ,nently suredand relieved thereby, ._. by
2p n I I hi pa'iclaradanf.,,e. ,, health ad strengh to thedioprie. Eye,^ we^^ ;^ ^S are ^^ Th 'thaen^to curei ard uricne,,iv o te' -o
A ure or Cancers, without cutting them out, upon them E,.A. Hosk0 tis h op eomplishle a cure ,hin ellverydoshermedici, ebJaie .t ....al 'Shosed.b. .... ...nttat roestorm asnurrieane c. on et i
-A Chre for Tetter For Sa 1,lWhiolesale and Retail, by'this-proprie-hIic..nr, otl, ovecertbe upposed that azi,,gle botile -a once led toelievetht n i~tw is no zat: vrt on i .. ecwa~rot me:nded tocure th)atthliat'deshIa% eupon the-leban--they, pUri.,
A oure-for Frosted Feet.I torat his westreri drug and Clieical Store; Iill in all cases be %uiliclert to change the "hole every day preparation w, -ith which our papers er. f do, (b"t ^i. m o e fy. What so judicious as the copying of na.
A.Pureafor Cracked and Chopped Hands. Girard Square, 376 Market. Street, 2d door above wsysteintso long impregnated with deleteripus,mal- are continually filled. It Li an article that ivill A"stodo) but each preparation is adapted to a ture? We see, %tchen she wishes to become pu.
A cerLkil Cure for the Fever and Ague." 1th street, Philadelphia. Orders neatly put up ter; neither shoulJlhe paidentbe driheiirierned, ir recommend itself, and requires no e.xtrioidJinkry separ ate traim or distinct class of diseases, from rifled, that shb Euts herself in commotion
_.sueko' f irsm. 61C ed luc les and paibkoedfor any partoa the `United State- -one or I5,i sahoPrdddicamntexertin o usve sh topalm tupoP ethgee-pubric;i os hs 'et uiyig I~stbiA d
'AL thizrrmt far the, edire or-Cold Feet. _I "Ifresilently caused It..y the removing ao'malign~r, a -b' ea. aha dbtl '"" reg ti- therrisel*'es.' Itoin- prity" in .out".bodies, hbring"about si
"ASlFer.fithening Plaiter for weak Backs..- Cure Of Caincers; matter, and it is in fact, a very favorable symp- public any thing that can or wit prove podetr- Thd e- r Th natural Commotion by artificial. weais, and ex.-
SSALVES of ariou kins, one particularlr adap I, John Yonn, of Chesnut Hill, Phildlnhia tom, and a certain evidence that a continuance, of mental to -them. But we say to one nd all, e are warranted purely vegetable perience has taught those who hiave adopted
dtolhecureoflDurns. i0useiefe beenfeed w ~ coatte ard try it, and you too %% it aJd >D tes- a ( and ah c--nd w ranted free from mercu. this course, and who for this purpose h
S I: Alt ofl which ill be sold o the mosra ns n e cane Great re should be exer ed procuring tmon don the mst ra v a Qr et c e hould ec xerci-ed in procuring he timony to already ec ,vd ra, l its ry and other minerals which are contained in used these pills, that they were in t b
jfna1ll; erm., .. my upper lip for 'several meilths, it gradua :y true and genuine Calholicon. ii., thcer are mr cir. ir. '^ c-,fcta- roeohr eiie, io h ueo hc causethe resulthas^ been soundhalth o in *
B. ,s rm.,nt for Dr. Thomeon's New Guide'tlo rceaseared and became veir vpaiuftl, ladlYo" culaluion a ihi ltime large quantities oa c vite. W hr ae t l otiso f m semed iicine tr o wse the result has been sound health-for in
"alV and also Dr. Robinson's Lecures. to several hysicianis who advrsed surgical ope- called Potter's Catholicon," 'ich ha done mt sured ethatall ttorig with sore, wekor in- i a e aui forlthn oofi si srdso erso wo th hae restored
SSAMlU'EL ROSS raionwhich I re-ed t accede to. I then made mischief to those who heedlessly purchased it, med eyes, will try the article and dge for E rtening the lives o to a state of pity consistent wtth its function'
*.A of2.4 Clil"owhill St., above 7, Philaid, a-lic.rion t d .N H' orris frok w"om T i. plesu ta I wat eI.nu meicitnoI t.hatem thelesrvotepn ebsh sanoir- myh, ad aothouge thhiot -nlee ae mlay w i tr"
]To,23.1~~~~Or Whomllbtaoe, iflat,^ l^.*~;fo^ I il- Ily C.ailfokkicanifhih is ihebonly kenriie-is not, We leave tile article to an. impartial public to Fourth-They have- all been-imitated, and the in suchl a. state of debility, Ind, aufferiag hl
b10-d IN pi nyhand *,,ec end aiwl eh ks I to'bbme.sat oasrt h-.. .iseo..,i ,.itswne, 's bae imitations iiiheed before Lthe public under which can reasonably be exp-cted is temIrI.I
"TO THE GOUTY, RHEUMATIC, a6c. 9th day -October, I35. CAO.] "bleCathlicon, put up in black Braol Ble, vrianousnamesr some persons have procured the ry relief a e, newerlhless, many-persons h1,
NETI.EN-t.entieihaofevery population, are W, the utidersignedi, having a r;no,%ledige of wilh a label representing" Hercjle. aidcd by JoI3 Dear S- gl preparations, and filled their own hot. have commenced w th them underr thetmostq
N-afflicted with pains more or less intense,.peilc the oure performed oh Jihn. Yoiins, by Di' W. destroying the'Hydra," and alco one covering ih,_ 'Having at your request made trial of several tles therewith, selling them as their prepara. trying circunfstances of bodily afietion, wheat
oia or inerliarhihareu en chagis in H. Norri as staed i the above erinca, do co th W.-W. Potter thereon, may-be sure of bottles of Dr. Adams' Eye Water, and as you tions, thereby expecting to establish a reputation every means and medicine had provd. alto
Siihdrarndcharacter .merim lnhelachand, paritia eoby;certify the act. ,'ltit getting the genuine and true medicine, that is no w wish outr opinion of i ts efficacy, duty rather than for their own, some call them ,by names nearly, gather unavailing, have been restored theakh
of the stomach, colic or Ithe inlestine, rheumatismr DANL. SNVIDER, Esq.n preparedony byme,easbine 1a1 ime ofin. er inclination obliges us frankly to acknowledge similar, or sounding somewhat like the names of ard happiness rom their use, and thee nse-*
Welimbi---tiedouloure.ujyofihe-lace-and the JOS. DIrlIIN' ot euen as ltheyilltereby --a mns sel cnuiL its dutary Poei ir *n r.tong health and the proprietor's preparations. Others, in order quence is; they are now recommended'by;thou,
yam erepfan f c teIr pnow" ee WhlLLIAdI STROLID, painnand"sufferi rn strength to the diseased eyes. Yours, to offer the public preparations possessing simi- sands of persons whonr they have cr of

t-..in- IghtG Armitagetafih virtuesreven ,iu\
Ai thee diseases sprinL from the Same cause,. e ., JACOB ST4EEPEP, Price two tdolla ner tble, i R G ArmiaigeM.D. th al 0tIke,. bt. Dr ,r virtues, even purehase-the original,- and Consumption, Influenza Colds, Indgestie ls-
Swhich act nit le teEr or le ef induence-ihnd this WILLIAM NICHOLAS tIr I ""AS E. POTTER, J S Vanfcooms,A M. D. | I mtaneufacture therefrom Syrups, calling, them Dyspepsia, Headache, Pains and sense fet-
Se, is a peculiar circulin, hch haf been Idoghereby certify that, oIaving a .pe for sa 6Il sit. S oor3 above Dccaur Pectoral and Cough Syr.tps, Renovating and. ess in the bsaick part of the head, Snit.ay the
hiro undiscovered, a circulal or. ipuln a. etine iyunderar which grew o a We have used Dr. Adams' Eye Water our Vegetable Syrups, Depurating Syrup, Syrup of symptoms of Apoplexy, Jaundice Fever-an
.. tiat of the blood. I am annre that [ omay r n 1 oard ,ubi.i.nce, and illy iln ec.rn, bigu.ind JO.e- Vegetabnic Hair Oil. selve-, and have also recommended it to a um. i Sarsaparilla, C r.ncntrated Cmpouind Syrup of Ague, Bilious, Scarlet, Typhus, yellow and

obd esland hereprme,a,dIudl tegraeal p, hemt- in-hr ~ltacadfnl nt)acnvni ,fn aealorcmniei ovI _-
5sti oneoghet uo in due h l o iah al e r s cancer, I applied in calncederhi., to on e wlio was O restaoring He r,. to lrentlheing and o. ber of our friends and acquaintances, and all Sarsaparilla, Fever and Ague Syrups; Tonic Common Fevers of all kinds. Asthma, Gout,
and that they will roequi. e arrie raibl proof be fore coisiiderecd obe erinert in ui e, but ii h roor, aain l hich opera jiin testifying, that it is the best article for --yrup, &c. &c. as well as varos other na es Rheumatism, Nerous diseases, ier Com-
they will acknowledgetheipoltnce ofmy disco- ceii at he d Jut aou e r.g a le I i oe, weak and inflamed eyes, that they were advertised asmtures Compounds Spec plaint, Pleuri, In Weakness, Depre.sion

0- c iv ij tj trel.-d do b s b) tUnr.t .g a sitf e ca a il.e ru L; r. h S r ,l w S S ed i J l n- W in ti E t g ln ; a p e c et eoeak a I that ntteheyl 'in w as re. i'se m(Wlit q el ing %Ul e s
e .- I 7 ,- cure, :%nd understanding rig f cl..r Norris- N w a bzl sI 9 Ih aelie t:e ever na quainted with; it never having failed to '&<.* f t1olhe Spirits, Ruptures, Inflamafion, Sore eyes,
vitea,-othes ofn suntdariothere foe c ierei a ins, thi en in the citr a. not tec.. willidnr to r ui- .lat Te r opri let orts otit up in bottle he best of our knowledge, in proJcin hede. Fifth-One bottle ofeither ofFthe qprtprietors' -Fit, PaCrsy, Dropsy, Small Pox, Meaoes,
bd caaridEEme, ad I ihll saiiH's them tha i i- to ll.he aknil'ewid had bWLn recommended. contained a p urlicierncy produce an..effectofre- sired effect. Some of us have also used it on Medicines isx warranted equal icn strength and Froup, Coughn, Whoopig Coish, Quincy,
terestalonedoes uot induce me o ninuke lhir call. I put m)elt'und-l 1.1, care, nd e by hi, C stc.rtg hrir nan hiai. C cr'fil. in. an. per;r, our children, and say that it can be used wiIll eficacyto wo omeand three others of the Cholic, C ole M rbs, Gravl, worm, Dy.

prepratonsen podue a ure l'i-atentto y suh ah: py eperene. .THO.\SM'preparati.oSns be\ frroren, ameshueopublisc; uleiwn ehownllbe ublshed inDearthcmens, Rimleseinga nNooiseerynind fiepecil]I 0b
The pou is no Ior.ier a prot m lo mo, nor 11 r dnar a ntinJn and sk.ONI, 1 belieMe, bec 's iDr -aluiarh eicl. ts Itiuerally approved ul', safety on the youngest child, by ad, ing a lile merous prepralns before e pudi c; in con- sentery Deafness, Ringing Noise i. e h"ad-
-~ theez~eption ofwiliphy, rIhl i oritn ol nere.s per i'...oilcuren. hcSnei complints generally. I hate olren r smiLd at lle i I|,er,:f.rc can, wiih confidence, r e recom Ireunr l Silas. S Sl-r Johe n.hWleEnie and retail SAl s S Steeoe; John Warrher; E Higgilsi; dkpiyerence over all otiscis, and llpe daily in- riy'Fire. Salt Rhem, While Swellings, Ulcers,
tilitbeco es hw edeal, Inttsc~araecr, t is e~sa t;?l: p::B. t; ,;;, ,. I. tl reeivdn. e ab r tty ar olfer d Iopga adro e t al, 8 .Ir' ,,,,SH \ .eon ero~ vnh na
Lh s3o n i n o L: ir; %% til[ .%cred lashra t i.. '" ....1,re t e o t el b at d Pa a ea eho;ro Ed muunsd t ei he t re .e ablty
tepr LnhTird ,ay, r orn j ,t c hholhserc,,rr lnll^h n'Mend all ll..se atfthcted with this mo tselious atheprop tor's prices, '" ,amuel .W~ ses dmund S ,,de, F'redenck E creasig-demand confirms the fact. some of 30 yeare' standing. Cancers, Tumor,
them lhe shadow 01-00d "ne, fur how i, pa-i s to the candor and superior knowledge \. H. HANK1NS, Agenl, Sellers; Samuel Henrlman; Abraham liamnn Sixthly andlastly-Re-ference can be given to Selling reet and Legs, Piles, Cosliveness, al
generally Ineepasdth- I o- seas

of things. can be so-nor is htuenthar ittshproduere ]her.by certify, th..t for about five yeeais; a New-York, Dee. 3, 1833. fpr *0-dtl and B1nltluiwo.dJ st. Phila. cans, &c. hAd fl.led. Call at Dr; B's Store, and read (he original, let.
hy dgbauch-.as in all nothr diease-:, excess doe ca.nierois tumor, situated directly over he Mr.W A. once. H hl-,d .v...... c"LEIDY'S terms, all proving the extraordinary pofu eiS rksIf

aMuoL nor eisJirt. amo e.l anin bess a-.^" intm g-gwnd, fiseverill month- had become appurrpt r inangt tos my r uh % ml F. PH I LIB T C a eenra flid extract of SirsaThey in a eot prove, br the cordes tpey make
reason for these pro nces, and in Thear place the pamlul, h nih sharp twinges. I was than indu- omi.. ou r. r Ir n,- he various ..'rccif i le I"he YER. & SCOURERS, ha.e the honur t e t ne a w .. ,. rem a get, that therels no necessity or any other medi-
mino l absurd iheories hae been broached, a lain, Io red to apply to \\ illiaun H. oJ rtiswJio inder- dir, Id, e,: i a l srivlt rece, -id7si i, i t o appLeir. t htorm UKee Lat' and ..G.intl men o l I I I R al c ne.. .
explain Ithe cause cf lhe disase. took, and, iriaESlUr space.f lime--ande onsid-|"aree ihour Ertecl. She.. cmmenecdvourOil,and dclp ,itlhat "hi'y h a11 en ed ari.wctabl i n.rnt RIteurm"!tc affections" Caries or diseases of Althoglh Dr. B. haas enumered liy name -
,Trheslightest nrrvons p iin., no mailer in nhit el'ingthe situation of the tumf,-,ur, \,illh but u -ll so r' up ts l.andin rec lved from it thdt in Ite lor dving mnd fihishini, all fancy coloured \.,lkn, [-cru ,. Er -;ipelase the bones, the above diseases he is nevertheless t ofopinian
qurterth-eymaybesituatedretrt ngoutyale, tl pain, completely extracted the cancer, *rd eu, r, o t a we l ," hair Lecame perfectly Silk and C ...ton Good. ",o any colour. Aloclealns 'c rrs of tle us a.id Tetter, and breaking with his grIndather, lhe l elebrae Dr
(thi'n-o hr lir, i e h to eIn sealed up the- wound About t three months, eeran eto .......... rom h .p ent, 'l, and removes stainson Mermo. and Sill Dre .,:, U, out out on the tface and W m. Br.ndre- that there i only onedierase ,.
thedisehse in qt, m s o n. having elapsed, and, notB he sligZt e st apprehen- lulv Iowe uo a,, iahr pue le to make this ackno'- Co,,ts, CCar|ls, Table\ Covers, auz.e Vell &,o. ,Icerous sores of the body of dry or w a. an impurity of the blood, winch by impedlin
"Thle n mom nent the gout is forme dl, I itke aw i l thie, sion oIany return of the compinnt, I f.el free ledgeen." fours re pecfully Merin:., C.shnere, Crap.- and S lk Shawl', clean- .body'. fl terry pua cules, lathe circulation, bring on irflamaton, bnd Co -
producing cause and leave 1lee admin'ance to na- t1 give to Dr. Norrns thlI HorRc.oing certtcica JOSEPH KNAPP. ed equal to New, at No. 63, Ch'onuan st. one indoor Whc w Nllings,Pie', Sypl.las, 'Zue., Vene- sequent derangement in the organ or parrt
ture, which ainl rid tel rof ue thatci more speed- ,Nov. 15: I35. ELIZABETH B. \NKS. Ne York, Nov. 18'3D. above Front, Sodithwark. Diseases of the Liver real. -. where su-h im ,puti, -t h-- H.oi- 13-i.d
l7'v linee.,as/repeal, the c iuse whichh produces it Jtrving been long acquiair~tcd with lhe s ib M r. Jone~s. a,,l l i he pl,.-aure of ;latir,.E to ou sept 1ld 1ly and S fcmn, -. .' ha tl rs ^h-e dlt.F erent appwjral ce w which this
ha~n lng rinlune. Itmihtb fardp r- .-urnt rurosituatedengreat atily cioover al, -... 7 2 M" ..:-'--" I"' "-L... ."-" I .. .r ofsmatio

a elr nscriiber, Mrs E. Banks, I her bd ce,,,f that Ihe .1K p i ~ aAndn .a1:gea dieases aribna from impurities ofiationt or dean en pnttIon, th
hker upon the organs essential to life:-yet ihe I'me above acts re corr sctl .y..." remedies, I heard of your Vegetable Hair Oil to: a" "the Blood, from indiscrctiona arid imprudence used medical men to deignate-.such appear-
l i-..and.ls-ror iu -far diElrait, whe Eas S .., THOM, S JACKSON, reSet hle hair from calling oflu, anld I as induced 7"in lr-, the rinidiciotis rise of 1Mercury,Barks ancestyvamrilouls !a nmes ut which are in factil
i -pan wilmb .ke its appearance in the ext e iierme P itlphi, Nov. 18. t dec 2 to purchai e a bol for m dauhe ha had been Li Quinine, ereibi, etc. -only thel' e disease ih more or less vi
t1 we na hauter (o ve i Iom I.ee.l for lhencledh iil s~alrnu oerheadfro her i A a :il anrentrate-iPurider atof Stae Bro st olencep Dit Wm, Benhdrcerfr wom sio ul cnn,
irt old physicians Who ntould advise us Io brce o rll o. since ha e tt ed ouroi l Iccording o "hiis in mo dic' c iill be feund invaluable in carry- vencd of lee rruhh of the abore -mple theory,
lh sre, t ore emain durir;t ihe lile oi the patient, he directions around lhe o-le, tha- is abou two l R lg oti gro humorE, prevent dizziness, git- at he spent yeas- in experiment ad labr
Iabouring under.i an indisposition proceeding from Si months, and tO rny aslonishmenI the talicuem has : tr 1 f dins&, dii ness of vision, feinlness, etc. rious research into the medicinal property .af"
Mouses so simple in Ihemsches, aniid ,hlch we c euld trIlett her head awnd n' hair has madRe ia appearance, I l.t.-,0 5 F rom one bottle of this Medicine (which the numerous plants composmig the VegetablI
i 'e-sfy. urnmount, il-ie would only pay attenuorio to ankd' li feel nnit a duty I o e to. ou andlothepnblico costs: but on dollar) individuals are in-the habit Kingdom; hisobiect being to compose a medi
e t u pass in reus iew t.e treatment in use against mdbe dk lieuveit oiegen'erSal iEoti'd yourLd l 0wh er ol f purchasingit, and m ul rifacturing therefrom cine whch should at or. ce purif, and by od--ce
pains, the mo st irteise of nlilth inre called rheumsa. t is ued. ;. ot JUL LIA ANN BU iSH, 6l .nne gallon of Syrup, called by some Sarsaapanr a by speific action, a removal of all b.dt hum rs.
te and iouty. "The rfisLIhnl g i vlsed in a an g di.o 1 : tL .i, Madlison direct. Syrup, Conhentrated Compoud S -rup of Sarsa- from the blood by tie stomach and bowa ts, as -
eange flomwi rs anil linden leae-; to thi is a added a Ne -York, Aug ..t7, 1834. .1,_-,. parilla. Stc.etc. by tie. coninuition of the use of such a med,-
dielt' of up & polrge ?' leeches are applied lo ihe T hi is lo .t.rieef- n rr ii I h rt % t k u d M r.r If nes ? a all; -r iE C H T ER S -e cine, such hum orM are sure to be cIarried o f ans s
setit oftrie pair, useless cataplisms, and general t OY'S Anti-Dyspeptie Elixir, having fully -eeabI Hr Oilhd prefer il ay oer Uo in lRO t the blqod, assume a state of purity,& whoever
bathmg. T e Weakness brought e.n by the Hant Ed E t.,tled its credit, steadily increasedin e or r '.oris and t re enino i r.m fa tling a es EV tV iaeihcse pils, andperseveres i. the wlt
=" men ion'o--a-s.-f theAcom laiis, I niaelu1il.'-etoiFanlouiere.andeain be Csatiufied Crap:-r- -Vbodym- I ndreth fuliyya

flnourtishiing foad destroy, thesleep: opium ,s then confidence attd reputation fof the last three or l1,- ime o r, hoe air d sk and h'as' A laedicine invaluabfe to Fanillies, and alI be shtspidn thro Drim Bhrt ainduh enh-1
prefic^bed, hih renrders the boy'dl costive and foucycars, ,, ul,.au ,,ew:p.sp .r puftng,(evidence .. pouredurd a gtatrth of nhilkers eor ne a short a Lus/ts uhab g u o h,,let e s pn ild nthroi nbfet, th t e ise.ne, wh
aggrcvate- thle pain. Bathing the parts is directed of c hi c en ch mas be found i, he cs nt irhcrease tsne. .ngstuladkno n fact, at ever dii a
toI a.llay ihe paroxiands, e rning still more to ang. of sales in ditfrorent pi.cef throughout the W II.LI .Vq HAINE' Jr. Minature Poinlr --Coughs, Colds, Asth-w Paii on the breast and their it be in the head or the feet in hbeebra,-
n t inc e al wa t he-resruit of such mn ri.a edicsta. om,ep s ti'. be n gs r.on eau art! nls ndc folsw d ut th o nln'J c" o 'at,.il p l lOn l oThern oSocire to .OB Th A NA.... a nd nzagynopo- -o -lntne.u-I I n. fbrea.bla, d ic erdt asioto er sa e e a ndhw atd a se alen lwtouiclh ar.
h i s '! i -din g t is fl a ie n e tm i g h b e e a ,rie n h a w hoe re n db e rirs B e i t e r .I h eo m a c n er fi r m e d Iusb:e .l tp ity is u h ecrz el s eh i. m o d i ou s Hom t e l N oe 1 o r t S i"t h e- rprttyg odLO. in m -cin s u m p e.t i s, g a n da t e ff e change y e thim p utthC o blo o d -e
ssrilri _ts I bmight-dri ve o b ah e a,.gh r e a l c th i seh a p enor- h ny otsd r e int clo. h d act ,r -, m,.o ,. osereh "Ih e ar .in t V ee t abl e H eireeil to:deoceImwo,,
veggabes in ts co passtin. rh r 4 JO N R. LEEPCR Propietor. 9 r- oI I :s l f 7-colr-thef fndousdre ofroecin indiscretions anddma dimUpwrrddof o e caosedd bmelical cmlenhen nderihenrte-suech th pn pearn

I *ou, dirderd s,,wlich h, e h,th e opuzalnd h e a menl a t when hnthas opened, anhestabhishmens ir Re's Ph t l mosrtdseas, nbl i terms .ana haing Forb olon itim thisl cedieine lias enjoyed :otI- alm cse theyfr iln be lomnd a safe ard
aaciin iup o n ea d bcIt, whe es nneat flatenulence Ios teti t e, nten"tiiaott g tve l-ove- very ttetmietno rib. vei.toir thPe ch ommodat n o tes confidence of the publish d nrbowtlw hnd'- simple remedy yet ame po t e rut icaor ihfa-removt
`il-en-crvth.-; tIs= co1 quno adtlaknt.wersshrr es1he'hoHe0 MloAbS A C K B o .we l m rei e mbl ( ehairfo ulngw o f'and. It m a s ewei n e r D eduPcuts! -upe Iorintice r ---theieor careofaayofind. In Englnd, the

petiteofte patient e susi iv; e may llen ke thioe o ,,IP phi ett, r i ruv.t a, ,jo d.t s of *te brra tl l a b oui es s fermh sas acteatn a d e eral I La- hoseaido iay" fvlo Aimr et m o t h a lg tle, aridus to tic nsof iA nd lhe e lth of is .,whe hern cho niciormrcen i'o fmec frou.
nd us oae in in ve i r in he f stomach, stivenessh hesd awchel ja tndice, flatu- ,g .inl o ts p h telor ad f e r" nc. c ) A by some of traie ery languaeeige" and woeds t sed by i rotherwisa.andr. hat n wsemsofrtui cnt.y
od r ue r in e ithat mes of p rains and vi h er sy wih ethI lfauent in d bNthiu s mel ics ne, d uring th ree .r;eIc.h srThein m ulnerot .... n. -' ed ; h it; .. R O B eT a e... .. . .. ... r sn dohaoe w ap oesi m ear.

of a ebronicor Inflammatry cos1,hcanbu hcd'of ex'raetcers nptmsd-,.othan tnosssysteme witon'h Honelc nole brNorthh setieirosigtle-mPrropceeaortorn'hnsFam ry Ataloed to nde wde tratnso- iseapeedreorttltorinountryhhostehantimbe ertin noL thha
cording tohis tiasle. Hislboduill be during lhe ,a" .geefr"' thecs Un'cti eG!ed It's Dts ol Tl84 s.hotnbi ameera enoimgelfenthat thilysem Lvn'soe nn ..2 :rt Sit vr lhe opeats, it stis. eotinueto-eepoyedwanb Svetsel- htestforlltys eountrhv n takina t hemo i no.IB
atLtack the i>ie d otruthesmaler annmaliand avu o r- to.Ofrof fo t,-e .an lo ee oura asc ihr i o a b v h n t sioc nnet t e lo ed ton: Ichi k spntr3e s c inen t ai l e ,i
-a-r 3 Pof ll; sotrap, riee or meagre Phieh has no nth" Tou md si s et, r Ph delph notei othi e r hke ii in this city; It ais l ihe effect Undimhanshed sLuer ss, and e onstan t inc reasi .e in d nee* nhe system is absolutely let sf scepsl @
pchables in d il u condpeiferon. ar 4 JOHN R. nLEEP611, Propriethr. di esnlloc reting and the olorsiife an lusre to la e Futih Fl'lli pi C. demand, (Upwards of one thousand battles of cld wh en under their influence hman at y
"l am awar it mu be objected, hrt te pains .. m. ane hrmena \mh n tL M3 as r niew,, inhuutln .'L dsi or h -dRLSn Prurms. w ldd, C rnL,' Purrrts having been sold ain thi ci ty alone due ntc.e othe se arh itl'oie in othiselima r they're
timini Th during thedieleic influtne; otul wltn I s- o BAK ERS P IC c bflenftw e smell, i hand by ihs makesan old iar- 1d Fl Vireiria Paraep a Peache, Dried .at ples' past winter. Pries fiftv cents er botlld icne invaluable, rohelers do t lo eo reuthre eaege o
I.. ... .. I h e g

h edcr that thi e corgquet w.:kn : hrr s the e of h oc'g n [l'Bl O B'r r cs 1o el me t d reiobtea et o e. It mon be wel l tl New Yire Daied Plumbf a superior rcae rn u-t h oc dinier e are of any line In Engly and r ihed a
a phin rdiy o -re" e r t entop ina m Saions a S cdt iv T he unp ral li. N h e oeed succ ssn si d wl, > h>h e er slttenn l-t erc il bl e tae upui la .b... ,f,,r, n pe o t a l a ge ra I o "uim ed f bor tperods, v inr d foryor f orty, topll tm.r
Advice,. iall cas es oi pains and h aches, wi seher ed ;he use of this medicine, during hree yearsN' uch agrey,, clrety ....Ji mulbD errv, tur Se, w p eooapedw r dieas.p.lt- lstor ing i i fheabl od thertan upro n ie hm Sor -
of a ehroaie or iflamm.,ory rrst, an be had ot" experience i T,p'S ard of teu lu. nd' c..es, e "h hs, cun be brought to their rtgnal (,. o osue and etedh wyth a drsi d osred f aon. o ed. n c r -apa a
b gDr. Ia[IET, "qasitullyeeslablished its repulmtioboas lhe m ot colourund beauty. Ora,,ge.d.nab, th atl sOTin wth "'uen otly pOe.r 3beo lb h ands nteoinns te wo a dIi roe ser ened con ccuhed intnamatorf d
Nod 35, Pine trent, reler Sco:.nd, Pi lrd. etlbcnciou remedy eter n 1c,l in tlhe abov'e- dis- a*d t, rdostoredand prexeiited wiom ever stalning. (1o.-PATH siDr..) :o eiver, om h d es i ines. ,n m n g reatpm experience C
i e order. a T h itagain, w without going through thhd. e W I.m.,njuri0us pro-. ay :lo B A L D V. bIN & tOL T O N dner l oebrlmuc or tL oss wf app etiaiP i steho h u C ots co t- underatio n B ad laid i or e ligam ent and one andi
cons9tgtutlo addedd nad b te b to-niht O Ill or c Ld gp ,-e Isigl isnc asth m diin cinean iscoseuIce,.suchn m na

S"eula r" orty ofa pHeia bnestcnela nssSorh e aaIpge lr enEhhavnm ageJo ln 11 or lhi pten eritctoanyother intil o d ssu esono nYes.. e r ,
f Cho l s d u e esa ,d ll s'tn otne.pdainR[o n e"ne nee ninn aDlis in .E/tbl i to hIe-s e l re .dh iit -, ofn d.i n o e x tra e c h a rg e foran mh t 1r Tu A Aci e co n s t o"l -VtatA l -ta;,l lan bl t ie s S o u enl be- whie e t h ll a te nra n e trhndo ha thf le oyn at
.'I .. mTntre e'o I t e,UNaInir th h"iri ,soft ri k,,andp ht T HOS. Alep nabl drationsl Wa tengr ira thar e-Iesct oane p
ri'' A performance ei a S IoBRttrme, eituler in ro mn f eanaing. Lni bdie s and gentlemen would cldo .r, DI-7L INT.Id C'oDuate' stemt b le nab y m ili ous mo. rotahsbea hd sic tns i ss hiaNrs toreve rpaioos het st of ln n aes-
"ThARRANic ED, supper to every i e pulera lohe, afrind '',,n"-ilnh-- rfets.h" ii-ir w prroen m 'L w. L O Woletaoeget 1d se rthicitous co. r Rearn and sicknrss hen cured is cerfa hire wever
T methem now- m u .e, fi" the euie of whileh generally cures 4 or 5 cses. For sale 'does niotplease them, their Money slpcu be ee- a. l.aoae I front, Philadelphia. :lie, Hieadache, Jaun- of" .the stomach, and ingrdisease having" been eomp/etejy wfi't-d.
a ggrthinteof the pain d. B thingctheu par tseis cr or e Cl in&% be found itD r the m a l~ish Hnr asm, a n H untuppin. Ble. ndins, Leeching aIetT oo h dampanynohn for ecct.n -hIn-eoereymedne os theasdwo .
Chill and Fevers, or a ihe Int erns gotten t oAf lhe wholesale ai l Re tE.,; lh, by t h funded. l l ueJoP ninh--,sto th t ad nooh dsibe ,the o nthe bes gA rdo- erati neandthO e Neor ienaesta nt eb aindft
row~c un lr;es; se klmo ,a condlc lhill,a,-,d ne ve UI E W A.\L L .AC E ,E." ). DU rIS. 't-l. 1 he "s cre ;be r pledges him self t o fulfil all .gff e e ued o he m s r M b e E tal andl P rtrm w ~nt cure f-D sv wea si a "Puire' do be m o e td no ur n o r .g ienerall s b mei re-
genhwdloccur inv ertlej.lientehasrcomhenced S iccesor to \ ll;am Baker,) N,,. l6, Nort h the above, ,th punctualit and despatch-. All ters,- B Tnice tin e r Bo e t o be who ha n foured ri p,-il
." ..... -..--. or I dl esto 0 "- ,I amI'R d in" iw h rin u o heh m r,

k ng it. This'me-d ne- c m ed o a v r t 5tl Sl. 4- d. ,dcr of ha.e ill be d,pa lhed in 6 lior_ .s t a n I I o e i i e th e i o n tr .
fska~lltte genral eakilz .Cminid A ciir Ilo D U k:2 8. I ---Sososuccess oftue rhass' .U ionaridciijezbe;nhoopI theyneareilrsa-=tndslceroredlnnwadeabcess, oareall, rhouga. .
ofiem s ei r tcia eh aure p sin. T e po otrti th' .1 111 i -1 1,ar

o th i s i t s al w a s e i c in-nt h e s u b s c r i b erro m s c h i i e n a b l e d b y t hio s y t 1 m tlco Dh ek e rA r s e c f l yi n mthant'o eg a n t h a r r st o f i t a p p r f pgromes d n i mei l b a r i e dmet. C I Le ai o n e
the vegetable kingdom, ruicnaely apponIGrioaned and T less time t-ane ry otaelguIner.e ri o a te r f .no sd- c sI i l A nt o ma
.. --. C..rpualsielteni. bng a t that, clas r no n0E S Elacriber h0 s fitte dti al Feside asbeing paidhos-dh y en9ai iduanB it sfe ako r elvand athr r c tn perbo ; wi thi ul t bsy ecfeonso.
te, I v llaure and am r c combined can plrdne. e m:0. 35 Pine pt. ihree bu.ors bel ow Second, and r atefully received. h! cu o vrn I.eeoly prcs oied by phys thisgot t o vae pill reberet 1 h idony n tr y dit
wd being i.1 a'liquid t'de, is ntore p:,liatable 1 for relief, witlhuut Mercttrv or Cupwia, a, in ,/ e: f aJ. P. nOR'rI'IlNGeON, "p- qulnil" pa rensc bdirise nb oides 6nr of cit y to refi- eaitablerwhergrea tp i ghny i ape ri whid
ausu r ed mell. a very shtt tbre. The Doctor m v be con- N o. 30 Tlpbet'rry Ali\, between 9tl, nd 10th e o T ? A I ?'0 P I : and throqughot o tders for it renjoy, ead f a lr wn d reath ey PI l p e be unts cury saastae.d
d n th e laIt-mntwonld celebate whctld H ng hr P cII. sl ted fi'om mcournig undi Renlraterve n o h'cl okthelesshr, cn Ieaan p ForlIrdr)rrgeiim e tBisCMeteedici nebeadI co q e
CIt estores to acg L ntnv n %!ty h e gdrh a d alg e r, t, he -tu ptied somo r n n u n l el e n 'c o kg F t.t1 h ou se fro m S p i trrcevBtooeetree, and ANostv ss p rev t scu rv i ald
constitutionl enfeebled and debxhfated b y stoma- night.o e o"i Opposis h Portico lea;idng; a ` S66 -t nownVtof l,.when u Jdmacordng t o the dirinebee- ales an llier qhencronicn s srecent.inmeciu.- "
chic disease, som e of lhe sy ptom s ofu htch'" q v. B Patients ar received as B orders in Recnm m end tion.- \ve tihe tnderkig ed M er- head acheI "tdons." "e' ico sp n l noils& .e"- -otfle. l l
di2inete, sick headache, aciiy of stomach, filis establishment, pang &dtf .T eGanr Taiors, have been in the habit olemploy. ri pr llwit ut them; in ordv t- eort leenevery ot.
irdingultriy oh s ppetilt e, coDi s;ivenes5,l eu..&c. I E o o. ... in J n P oll;neon, a cleaner aid res- A LR yonU As s pl, No., ths h,S t.ro e d -- h'S siio n of tha nll ess.
tira Colr Mbher'bus an is' sfean cllsin .... ICn..__ ... --.''".1-|IC.ldO .. er ofcloth for us, :and du in confident. cecum- A articlwl be kept 0n,tantl for sale, nt 'T1S Ked' O]--l l-l~eo El" ",... onuthierh wgensuremhenwlt (to the> pedic ne
rid e- S ta b meind hifi t t. i w clt;zcris f Phld h ; r an cur s' pries, -t A uale m ediil prep ation diyl peeri taei o theesorats
at.tackiu N.of... ... anmihl.iou al be tianodt it. Ddfr thea R Jet-m ataNh 8h- elsewhere, F an in isorhmes, so ber, and upright THhS. Me1 LNTO 17', '0.D ru Meritbs, i hsilcontmin respectao n b le ployed ii th er ef
1eril s Pa iceea. rHE SUBSCRIB.ER r -speclfully in, mirms "a re,neaudpCerfectSeinits business; 'Iical Store .^ clt-, thro'e t.Undiminished success, CANCd-.eonsh-.y. reandeed theSuevserianl utes-6f perkcue anb
_bhi. articleinit many respecl is supeiorhto Jl hasfri ds J nd the PbRi Pront ih e tor. el ohuaDryd-iJoilenrlfe Jam na lsr e to t i ALEKi L E O FN, r uts. '" nholU *- --ou ralugab ut tretiyand o uonty meand deiined Thofge ihee cun ergne i r inif deri tani onn
"I y atl ang r of the k bni o. It cures Scrofula, ote his-Cleans ni and Dr- riu.r Haiaeb nn s Hunt, % Jo.ti-." Con-m n, i o R Pr A i t C a a
King isJ dvil, T e hter, and dise ases of he Skin ,I. A N I t S N 0 ECI F. W ellO ...e., and.....his.. .....n. H owgar. reno2 "p "Pare.rar '- : ]' t MrE E ,Dr .,R %[-W esdP ] iven Prie fiftyeeenis g bottle tin vo" a CO k l e.NSUth er.d ol ife %,hrenqcresd o a. eno.fe
ge nai ally; th i le city n m ,,y homric s i e h l 1 b a nd B1 "1 e! me nt r es tere UandrI, M e curlaN wn- E-.,b.. .i er,1 di to r ca reor a kined.o-inl t
iiove nt intonrhe chro n o l w o l l ve nurei to CR11 4, l lbr st "Ptat li rally "lenha to advantg ovr A *"a P iet, 'ls ai e h ole a rranted apr nent an ffetul Speif for hav bee th e oed i of many i
p la i n ts a h um ao in i o n ?T heia o r l t os e . u ih h"a s 1 r en de o t h e r s i n h s u, n=lit e lo u r s'o fLUaN D d o llH" g rNun d S p c e s G'r URlue l areq aa n d ke r a I r m it I I I F if ih s f o r t h .r i d s v a r i ng f olf r B, o I .
dtkorde;s thatiei m pro e sfd fS lore a, "p.re state e ^ an- -. o,, to'
Advc s .i.al. a s .a.hye eate lt OUW i meine,,uaring tlh randd me i JA s, e S S." M A O^N T a F m- Ap ed,,reRendibas,.etoinnc eetsks
ofe L crnod. S erInl matotryocs t anrk btes n a d e exe rietn,& c eD i D tsiph% e'eard of anln" uurint Le" --"i, B tileavs onc e bpre i 'i g ratue:o M r-th. ear0.gia i c r I Ge Wresuw od," L IRI Sl e rt y nN w I~ ~ te o d tty h
.WDr. WRLGETr,. .y9iRrde sd con.toccurred
ias fullp)ot establishedencts itos- re '.puttin dss e mat nc~ o noerund b eauty.O~end led ,tohim, staind wJ~ iet No pl. gneal,24-4 harkth hs t. brosaei, n ted afpem andc e n t n deffe c w tual dii d o .... I I -b
No.ed 35.ie tre te~ ce-dP ia effcam n<,t'med evthetraued ntle abol[ in s of m et 3 r atte n d prete f i, nq led riamnd e s~inigt l .,- (4000 Ib.Gle irtH 5 ua5..) ,: '-: f-vh.. .. erSt.--h andIt -stn-s. -tn smanyocare s uhe, rent e ra l ft i cl orl,kiprar mo
I}1% J. Calplleh E~ixil. stains, -r.aspm ,tr e arne o oC aln e B a kn '.. Ib,0u0Ido1 I o,/d1,Io a- esv s, Hcas also ighly ere'eb/ n'ie ck a-a.l.... -,ap erac .no u xm +tki ndtl s +i
T s ...ev e s : itnaioknot rlyeconih oneac-consndernh usemd toT -'-hal ae-ds"n.. ..and noie.tra anmreentsromthestt.r-tivenss, S our-Etld ....
.. .. spparaam nW OLF,~ em,.nt elld[ Iet Aa pateiehntsf Iliaird atpelernse.. ..f'these.oe
tr oll th E Gcu E TABcLErtn 'ONJ tC no e t Formm ahat u-eo il-"atshort time, .ither inerr'otstr blaekaninginLuI,,ti.and,-.n ..emel wouldnedon .ion. tarchtt ah;..tteleu-htain tns., Wno easow re ers ......f.,'11119 '
dy~ te} adsu lc~e p'" f e dei tb S ", ." ... ed osl tvrm drd l~ OAIRa, I p pr, 140' 37hos Coate g. .. "6hm.me,en iinc hs b nc.peyd'hrugou I ovpill s,_ben esatore Hd to grot op~t
A R R A N T E D sup erio to eve y "th er" p erim ns or chil~ en P ri c ,2 3 ct pp r b ttle, hw ll engi e B lncs s.) ne ffecf t utal, a pr i t eir-val k- I r nee' "- --t- I a ea Lh _.d vo r
W hirat e ntioned d,%isse' wi4c, ---.. r dI "n--he -l, r uer .n ieestr n-n att'e-eter o .i ,- -- -1....1.--. ..--er -e-- aL-- ---RO V C ,tou e~t-ee~adA heDsrit n h ni ro~ tee n o re sre,

City. o .. .- a i tc tatesaand Ixot
warm season, is so prevalent among children c n b d in any other similar compo tion M -rket sept 18 e and Mexico, with uncommon success- "
l3d. .iiclh so Isrgely sells the billaofmorlali- r om his long acquaintance wit"h dis busi- Challenge BlI,ckirng insiny aflordd he most never' ha "ing heard of a single failure. GENERAL AGENTS... '
y warranted tu r immediate and cer ess,and haing experimintal knowledge oftls Beautiful, Dry, Lsting and Brillian Je't lack Po. Price One Dollar per Bottle. 169 Ree st. nextdoor above Fifih, north ide,
t.inrelief. svstmne pledges nhimel" that lhe method he neourh the al labour. FThe oregoing preparations, exceptt Mrs. Phildelphia Wm.Bennet, corner Green ad
The above medicines are prepared and .old pru adarabl la 'v n ele- clipnua, rohirt n n Reed's ReBstorative Elixir for Females) aretput p Hudson O-. Aelben, NewYrrke.t B. r naey,
gathsr o cis nda~ iae, ,%%arm or cold, dry' or 11h)n'id, a :nier e uneva, buntarioo bt N. 1,;Siletl
by C. Joy, at Nuo. 8 C..irollon quarc, Tcnith -n r o lolles, and io to preshcrve moulds. i or i, a never half pint oblong Bottles with fluted cornera,and ee Oai c_ Silveser & SwI"m,
street by Green. Also a variety olo uther me. hem during the summer season, frorm, moths, Challenge Blackiring' will polish a 1.rgr iv the words,'Leidy's Chemical Laboratorie,,Philad g. .* erre Midetwn,
dsitres such n\Vastfild's drops & Lotion, fur &c .'. quantity o' leather than any otheriblackin iu this blown m the sldes, and the" signature of the sole A amnonn.; i."B ttnordo, DOrdgeport, Conn. '
Rheumatism,Tooth-ache Drops, ilygeian Pills, Gentlemen and Ladies having dregsessoiled, iui. i t erie re ta most eclumiic'l.the a li gent fortheProprietor; accompanying each. t ay1dlt ,
v~w, -alve," .C._u 4d or otherwvise-n rd,_ would find it of Rreat ad- bl cin eerHALLuriooor edt heLBL Koolcl edy:" 'sH ath~ ~primel.nths2ciy tt eoNin t ,...,umD _
a alve, cug 4 dif vant ag rin u o ui o o r f greathod- b Ca r orLeidy's Healt oriu I t 2ds t below Vine at. ANTED- to
.. '~ntage berbr di~poiatr o, or nv.ng them To retapit-laie, nil] polish Ifts boot, %;illpre- V igonet's Drug Store, Lomnbard :below 6thojt. 'kTND I woprhe, a P teil Ql' '
I OOK OF FAMIILY WORSHLP, or Prayers Jdeto call and examie the various- spei- serve Ihe boot. will save Ma ual labour, i i- '....sBon Dru 'st corner L10th.&b r Locustst Wit. Nt he e ey.rc hibeaRti .r.-thLe
il'orthe Dore etiscAtllher,'by the audlrof means of the su fiber's work, and judebr r.b a, t i u d lh o .s id ad Callw t Ivalueof which may, be about t
tlilirliacred Harp, for'bale-by 'them selves, w whether he m erits the pat ro na ,e least, he h lhN --eng w llss e t9 F r er ernslie's 51.Sh and -r mior a. i r tq a iy a d, i ta e 'o ,he w t rs.' h
.T, arufaetnry 9,5 C alloa whilt sir kel., O f .vAry description neatly and e zpcdijiou sIv B row n's It 61)15 t and C he snutat Susquehaena; Callte $0 00 a qa .00 x sh ",v 1 b
SOLE & SANKEY, -t.f an enhhtdened and discerng pubcE. Ae doors blow0dorhde Phladelphia execute d e. u I tDanh "Ap l ta e
ur Stort Q g e
,04 Clheunut sreet. jy 30 & JO-HN KANEt July 24o f6. D M '. voApyt street
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