The Pennsylvanian
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073838/00002
 Material Information
Title: The Pennsylvanian
Uniform Title: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. 1832 Triweekly)
Portion of title: Pennsylvanian for the country
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Mifflin & Parry
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: September 4, 1838
Frequency: triweekly
three times a week
Edition: For the country.
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 9, 1832; ceased Dec. 1855. Cf. Checklist of Pa. newspapers.
General Note: Edition statement: <May 3, 1838-Feb. 22, 1842> only; later issues have subtitle: "thrice-a-week" or "three times a week."
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 4/5, 1833.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 12219898
lccn - sn 85038470
System ID: UF00073838:00002
 Related Items
Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832)
Related Items: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1832: Weekly)
Related Items: Dollar weekly Pennsylvanian

Full Text

or '-A

a- V


3d. ~r4Qi~eu very. IUESDAY-, 1IIIUlISDArTj"-ATURDA-Y-j-at-lIVE IJOLLLS-as"yeat j


- K
-- A

- 'b-~ -
'i -~" ~ ~,A---- -' -' -


+^.- !* ****-***.** *.^ ^ ^^ ^ !' ll ... '*'.'*i y r A-.-+, ./
.: S' .. .. ... I 1 ,' -r +, ^ "u' r :' + .u + ~* A ^ ^ r ,** ,.
. '+ ,.+ ...... :, ,^ ; ^ i+ai ^ :.<. ^ .I -' *-^ ***^ ^ *;*-:. T ^ *r ", .., *, ,, .

IBy MIPl~jN & PARRTY, N6. W. S-th-S..- ~...-alIIx


(M~ aLftY z ='. Tlee ejf, elg- 1r IW'saeaiNg.. PLAIN AND ORNAMgNTAL HIarness aud Coach j'Iakers. LIFE INSURANCE fh.HEAM
iJ ^..'-I-MI..,.." N. a.u U.JSTATESM-AIL Card and Job Prinler, T HEQ tizen2 oft i2 pace are reapectfully o icit- ANNUITY ANDTrnrUS ,,,MAt,^ I.t there are.aoy joI 01
-.USiiit YirtltK '* .CHA.RIOT LINE for No.2 NORaTH SIXTH STrtrT, ed to give their attention to a newly nWvented ... ,l- P harmonize with those of
We---e-^ _.. +. m jFn t b..fii.g. Cihicnna i. Second door above Alarket street, Philadelphia, n valuable improvemen consistin Of Brig & PHILADELPHIA are t.e. io f a fhr
lit ", Koiji.-"t New A a,. le Mayville-three r9SPKtPFULLY informs his friends aid the Carers' Patent STITCHING MA IN ih o 169 Ce.nut t. e the wo f l1
fc-hM..5 g i.;BHM _.f,,eJ....- PASSE14ERIS only 'I public generally, that h[ has commenced the will be found toexceed any thing of the kind which of. $30,0 00hen the fow flakes 4
tOVSjWII^ i 43 & gnie through to Wheeling- above busiheas in the second siory of the house oc- has ever been offered to the public. The Machine is CJapitai wintry
.130. that smd) leaes nhlti- cupied by Rkhard Reeve, Druigist, where he is well very imptee im itUs ootiuctiou, and aftilngMepense CHAT R PERPETUAL .. .
+w i t _a. .a.mr n.more, daily, at 4i odliek, P. M. on the arrival of the prepared to execute Pnrinting ofevery description, i empared to its great utility. a INSURE LIVES, gra Anniat and E the w ow
~.i..E-,-A, ... .. ... .... ial 'ara frormN,, V*)rk and ehilNdelphia. the neatest maaer and on moderate terms. The excellence of e mahin b e t, nd make na get l tat olve gh ul as to ee the ha
.'0 tLe > "be'rdii ''t la NEWEXPEDIbirION LINE leavesBarhirmore, 9__ Business., Address. Professional. and Visiting great saving of labor, 2d, a perfect uniformity in the the contingency of tiie. Accept ip e a8uthori' sprtItn around a blazin
yOAI bgtwimd~ ^'Saf^ d latv.at4fo~fcfrckk P. M. treogh. to Wheeling in2 CARDS, hiandomely printed in the most fashionable at ehing, and 3dly, It places it in tho powerof anun- aSd by tke charter froin dividuia pirate ho- at that little. ce
,_,~~~. ". .+ ,o, ..,o I+-, r:,+~ perec dis or Courts o -- .,.t.. .
mrSll._t, f....-' hours.. .. : + style, on a Plain, Polished and Ivory Surface. skided workman to do stitching in the moat perfect dies, or Courts ofJustice, and executethemakreeaby. at i e create
-" Y,,-"^ "", ": : RKLTI7E INE lea"e Baltimore every morn- ALSO, manner. vBy the use of this machine, in making har- to the desire of the parties, and receive laiIof froIicking and laughing,
...... YorkBw ink, -1Q. h t r Wheeln .-5- hour, PntNg in ,d, Silver, Bronze, and Colors, war- ness, one person can do the work of two men, with moneyin trust, and on Inret. never had known, ad
.i'B/8 Cv-W- am(L.iqw e ASSL itmeesby Whain ot 2rer- ranted to adhere with an unfading hriighines. uch less abor and in matching through brace. the LIFE INSURANCE.-TheteRM are a kowas. ?vow ad known ard
*..tSi.; ..A .. 't i ... G. V T. wil also execute in a superior style, an' diu&rere will be fareatr. One oftheae machines those of any office in the Union know a care. s ,ow sbe
Nel:e ,r I" 2 e RauW, ie' have a contract wirh the Rail -theshortetnoice, plain JOB PRINTING, vi- may he seen by Otkrk Hotel, S. E. Rate for Inurn 100. Ca et n ow she rm
T,,r ;Stf.+ 4cA. ..... .. 'i to Frde eoT arrangement as e f. Anneedar* Certijic nrat zdthoweand. of other# annay. onnyiuy.
f".'T-ffa9.1". o'z.. to ePture "smafrq auid rekulariy. CtrcutM,, Stge Bills. imigft be obtained,from thoe* wheo have exam- 20 00 91 $0 7 the room, while her ittle
2-var Y 'iiK.-9AT P~4~~ei.3 ,J '' "" One 'the'Priprietors (or stationed agent) will at Note of Hand, Rail Road Bills, inedthe Machine. 02 0 12 2 04 flowing ftll of happiness
"00*J.$ a C "b 01 *ll, he fu0041 following places.VIZ-l Checks. Steamboat Bills, PNhV.L. 0. January 6,31838 1 1 36 3
1"si-- 'W 01".; fa I lql t)I 1~; ,+ +l,+e-k a IT~ o1119m plofs Ex-~l c.. hpnge, PhimovirLU, 0. January 6,183& 3&t 1oeth plasra
t X _-, ---ie-Vr-ere ,-. a. .tu own. CumberlAd, in. of ECchnge, Wy 11B I OZRtITPY thut I have examined B mOS &C 31 1 36 1 2 .hot ep ea urabe
f" ,' ,,' tow& Bells of Lading. Cloth Tarsi, nrS' Jmpnid Sitching .Wchac and am of option 4' 6? I a wich the pa91entsJunk U
JaflM&l.. i.__g. I alttE n toWwhic. Travdlhhg Agerrts ar. .pe- Poteies of nowante. Indentres on Parchment ethatit ia vauale Improvemet, and cheerifunlolv re- 373 'scene?
S" _-'.bq~ lp4e.Lca. ia els) efpl -yed to p conmsianily between Hage. BlAnks ot every descrip.. or Paper, commiid il to thepublic. AMOS WILMOT. 2 09 46
I a qpara+i^g, qlr^-..oW& owht ahd wheeling. X'll abuses or. rtegulariies 1"' 1nDeede, do. do PAINVILLI. 0. O.anuary 5, 1838. 188 ipio 321a etslootth
4) ekt"-l-"-'A-i-i' ..k -4 shntL~+pr lpily corrected. .abl1, do. do.. Receipi, WJb have seen the Stitch i Machine invented by Faritheri mforatiocn Bb obtained by applationl his home but 'a hoodln
wwonuo1 "*ah office. B. W.ls RICHc.S etcs'. hemytc. sep.H
o^' 4o Ll~tte. b ,StragtUo,^ F .6s.ata appi a' die eneralT S' Offide. Btr..-PnPhl# Cards, etc. etc. etc. Mears. BliG.CA.itmAs inop.rtien.andconidet aeoe W RFCHARDSho he may t.t hu sleep. .Hi
P.a d aod Vine vif b..ti. apldid n'aio (Cy uel. .TKTON, FALLS & CO. ..r.. it a great improvement, both in neatness and expedi- .W AeL ue. y i H
..a 9 d~~~~di ,t GEe. W. ASELTreorm :,+ l i oueepr i
l!,G f .ejw(tu de. a$9-d~rt1 B N B- raving and Copper Plate Printing t te io, and think t woy of public aironage.
II' !1 U'4t~ f'l~ !""' "'1 .- _F g pp .---_ 'o3, en thin Lionrhyandubthipnroniet.. ..rte essarf eu ,ItIheto
ra^ ma- :nA.a. LMner& &.tirA ev- #N 1 ,TlV execiuTo1. miy -dtf W, R WALDO, Lafe Inaurance-J-'e Raej ecessary-ei, to ke
_-. i s & ,,riP(I RAI; ROADIC LIE'R, a B.adPBz Boa JICASl THE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY a&a muchY 1spos4 "
"t B. thebown ale I
no r I .~U IU ~KE Cke-jp, tA amen/al and Plain Bokand Job P'. ICARD.Intaa
+"+S sIv .Op-. c 21. A1838. For Insrances on Lives and a bowling alley. y
lJ,- i Paengers wil lake th Taro Pri g Offie TO WHOM IT MAY CONCRIN: I hereby certifyth.t I ratil Annulities, a the billiard, room. An
%I gft B huat A.re Phildelphia,Captain No. 151 south 61hs tree. eae side, 4 do* below Pin have used BaG 4- CARNlIRs'neely invennred S titch AVE adopted rates of premiums on Life/I.+u-he W till mkrnift at the
TmJ No. 51 souh Jl ,l"r e-a,' u1"i _d..-raven.f&;o- -cnern.l of( hesuty tt.,h y ti ,Ai.and aneboerfllmy ythtt i( oa very II rancesgreatlybelowfoBterlatle,andwilnw He is ,, o.l coai -
O hI+ j +,.i.d_ ~ qlllm"-'n+ .. S.. ,Utllmlllt daily, at 4 ..Q'940oeki A,. M Sundav's'.. .excented) ..for ... .l~lipoe etw iheey H reJad ia~ea olw i. .k V ,L ..y ,
91 4.aft a t w el dZ .lyl aB t 9 4we. AnSunday, excet ped) for P .k ..~~~ t t hencqt otAbn yteCm. Coacivinaker oughtlo possess, #vy one who uses
S".'.- Brleoni ihenc. South Amboy by the Cumpa- i', \a short time, will be fo-g ly satisfied of this fact Rates four Ie ,lsy on.h his associate. wRlte ail a
bisa) wlb q a,' U nyas Cars, and thenoe.oalew York by 'teamboat, ar. ats oheL. .Rat r ywiFor100ja.,uole e msh
.. rivhyrLyi th m'noon. Breakfast and Dinner ASA fA lorLw. B t t
^^^^^ ^^^S~ i- -^^t-. ".^" '^^^ ^I^^ BJI~s^^^. + "o mel,bef~y. Foedo-hT-y^ ^ ro^^ ^ %o~le Life m irth as though he neve
bre PAINESVtVS&D PA'Ah Ate age of20years. 9c. 9
^ owadrec... fir "- 1 "-. jHARNiAt-Co.ah MAt, vnidersign. s" S -o'- vctim of disquietude aad
20.0 &WalWWNW'a;.uySlid F'orwad eek. .. 2 -'25 e& b13'7at- es by 'ertify that we haveu.ed -Mesmr Bsaoi 30 132 145 l His jokes is f.ee4d I
.:.-fehow i-n -A n 25 ,. .'say, 35 153 T7 7 -. ... ",
fN frih1etub, 2 to lhb-rpade it s.-8 higbiy MY4NOl and valuable im- 40 '- 178 321 1iUAaki~d s ewtjq
*^/^''^ ~ hl1N To 2 )4veont, which ouht to he ju.oduced into ever 45 5 s a 384 he retain lth .blcancso
^ CT rIX JUgRy''. ^ -*v ^^^IP g ^'^ i te T~h ^Apply at he officeoftheCompnNo.72suthtk ;. ;t^t^ "Tt, )..e.
^BB A ikare BruB^ ar ^re~o. -^lfl a~odeihhilmofuKc~~etestreet.61^ ^^ ^^ HYMAN' GR.'IT%, President. -..scibe, ... ,,a- ann,,
g"rrngB, ev By *., EAkJTON LJE, shorteat notice. such as election Bincacds, Auc. JON F. M L N mar 6-dlf EARSC.WALKERtActuaar.I his mind, like the spark t
.W.ar of theocok oat toaol, and thence oiesBill. aalogue una Pary, Bal and Ari 138 BELA S STICNEY MECHANICS' & TRADEMEN8' His children, while the
Vgiaeheo 3 ao VingC tlNe &Loan Compucy o. sciva -tla-f'ow,, inbibe his .spiriUw
," hi-nf,- t.. -p" "... .. .. very. ..periorsjyle, such asaBanners Badges. Hatt. Ieiper s Granite -i ,.Fel l h ,''a, -be rises in the mcrnitIg
-V5)I.,. nf .pse.gers ec...t .r m tegl .s ,hedir .te.itiooiMt. .._ Tips. Gentlemen and Ladies' Visiting Curds, Lahels, qHEubscrihers have at their Stone Yard, at the lEeFM< t>O,.,W /Car. cross. The poor crealuf
--nr.T. at2be In i .WM... J. WATSON.A oe.tc m l-dftm iW. corner ofSrhuyltiU d and Mawrket street, p the eanin the worden
l' .+ttftlmp *. ,if: ... . ras / aquantlzyofextradresed Curb Stop.Absher, Plat. IV'CORPORJITED BY THE STATt OF t, F. n.;lls Jr
-f ev&- TINE .h+.ea .tde such asEeto.Flcrs u. a I

W..r reh or' O by y' ..- fn, Stps, window SlLs, LentilsBaen, Posts, and toee ll ,are PCaalSgLV;'I. ; -P t a nofplt'nsurel l awi4 r
%ar" ,, F^.| qf bJ.tp u.a.ee;;a ,j-- u'auling. ready to supply all kipds of dimension Stone, the OI7CE NO. 1 SOU iH Six H STREEr. lawbecause it will disturb
-*-1 ..ait. ", VattdIWtut *** I ... S,',,l,.,, I.i a-FT, hat the "CSLZDATED quality of Which they request the public to call and THISCompany being now in active bnsinegsat- Wrrl.h, mah- He ,
tcoIrt.^lotf h'< rry Mtff ', 'pA qTr-- nerr o .g Hpp A B T S m-ade by FLO "-amine. They are also prepared to fur.i.'h Foun MC ready to advance money on depoaite'of all le nc s ..... ...
.. .W -[+p ^ ....... T$ ij-Ai1Si'-" RAIL UOAULDii J ... ANCE. hayv rrpepd tbl confidence daioi Select, Buildingr and, Common Curb Stone, in o collateralsecurity, insurna toavuthe anecesaities o( hIs own sins. Heis servit
i-5 ']ll~t,, .+,-'^- -:" ;', ,. ., 1!1erita.- *IHEs eatub1oqgtPi'EGltAPH. Captain Whilldin, d of'he pubhlicfur sh yea',"and'"that in- anyquapttty ttheshomt m otiee. Orders will be the .utblw. b._ and Satan rewards him,
w++. "' ftj~ip-'lWw-4,jlRi, I. will ledvW me rett of Dock Street every morn- .' "-' 'rae olaes are a sure guarantee ol received aid informtn gi by bert Murray, The Company are d uofcallingthe attentionof i;_..'_ .t
,.P..e ,I+ a ._ a+.lrt;ponp'e iec.'k, at 7 o Wligk. forf Wrtmingto, from tnre pr.o- th4undimkrnMed popularity. altheyard. or at their Si.qre N. h74 M2qrket street. the community to thhsInstitution, and give notice' that doe s hi discles, with
they arera Nreticeed to lono ntr noiea e3mee smlne y-
-si 'l I rL an Cpam

,, ,,',.- ,. ,. .- sebge lke the Rail-Road. arriving in Batikore al Itti. a Fdc.l Ttai ilhey combine in ait minent do. GEORGE G. LEIPER & BROTHERS. they are prepared to loan on entire invoices, as welcas forced semblance of joy, b
+.y"..W UW *ala l 'lS 92 o'clock Haie 'a4temon, Ih anptIe t o e ,oe' onne.t lra. dl.-,wmsi aid Mail-Lint- Ted wilstheNurfolkb'ates.,tndat-themwmetdepot witU RpCl%atqqiUtfetimes. and tat VSiaQbjeettolow the
--t--e" line for Waubowa, City and-the Wes .... .l who want the fuluwrfA of their money. IHIpOrf(ant Inform 'atiWo. usual rate of interest on the same. .-.o.
e-e,-"+as MlUaii Line--leave AFTERNOON LINE, It a fact, That I have adopted the cash system E^0 persons afflicted with the following complaints, They also receive daily depoutes, to be, drawn Lord Chesterfield was s
v9d stai Vi"- e *aM i A.. y...t Will leave the Offike. No. 280 Market stlet, daily., m m wril busihesas. recoinizing'the'uld adage. thai viz the pleaure of the depositor, on which no intent -d-TI spet his whole life i ;
U ri ,Cwlm ; .,,4 Fare oEstn $3 "00 ret ',, .

*^^..A ,?&0cloek,A.M. 2nd4 0lok, exceptt Sunday.) at9 2o'clock. Passerager, by ib-s hihie shpdnee is bet em tlii a slow ,f.illm.g".1 Scrofuha, Foul Festering Eruptions, isallo ,ed. The office hou are from9o'cock, A. M. .
..in. will arrive'in Baltimre at 8 o'clock thme same met Hieaper c m.equently.sit ias'res .qual ad. Leprosy, Pimpled awd Carbuncled till 3o dlookl P. i. except on Saturday, when the ;of suit of pleasure, and yet h
iAt1 .ri in ft v, irig. -Newu HoerbsFour 1o5e Omb lsles wll be vtthe tIonthebuer n '1t--o. ral Rheua. Faces, ris oe tl s.Mh tinually eluded hi& searcllr e

Siii ta Mn Lnane i, J.e Wy d Hsil cgefr. lcI St.h cinheryu ofe Sore ye.yl order da.""ay d his theri Board.s
-t,".Z' olth foeM o 'wlarf W 1 th1e falof eMi nr
.415 ^ ^^"ifi stiiirfc |,-".e N,.. .mee.4ih and' York, to cmovey p sengers free oe ohsrtge to the DB- RECOLLKCT TH fLACt. F 'eVer Sores, even when Sore Legs, J. LOG. X 8.1" TH, u, V iuer. his candid unfession. "I
plf-" Ii~ around of besites drseanbdw.slePa.

'. SF .re 01 IULOiINtCR, Practical Hatter, the bones are eflbcled, Scald Head, aug 31-dt -. ly ound of business and
~~~~~....~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~Ms S.-.-- I ot ds. t os eo hs tet htep SWelings, Silles, THEls PENSYLANI COMAN arelae oewt al a

^ % S aSi vn1At pB-t etsd.N.8 tln Erupgs, afer Veeeal Titwhere En^sin-ance FOR Lie teplaursofte o
!-eaing reaCy to s0. alp Sundo ot diriensio e a sD A know their futilit
-ier t-Fhankful T the CElEiB RAT qu, l other ahichthyrqestgfro ane ipu re t( TbHI (Comany k R UL
!~NJ,..L. no the eenanlg 0 LikaNrbols Fatisi -e Aa reevd wol inor i mad~e bf the- 6Tood nd 'I.e are alsopreprd to uhat aon ea r- cEtreayt Cadvanc pai: n~. eie hi os 1a

4ItA (eE e5 h 1 gg0 f~ 3~ P utjb"f.did *U S .-R D 1 IN Rthepubo thath eutAll coutinuea te -ly atpleailon to Dng WMa YOCUm G, o i u r wel, inlat iesur anceson Lives Itseanoron a thi r realvalewhin
aw if rauirf Rsnites. fu -lila< known Infirmary fn diseases ofthe.kinNoseti .n Endowments,aodlke-low; whereas those who h
i'r -. '* *"'r -^d r S s Zt|rshOMBG.,A H. ,C WhTlIOin, Ord 4 g e, oeove Cbe it,they can have allth kin .o
^ -^^ ^ i^7c d ,ly~lclock,A a!a I~ Ar. hjrasssu mine:eliery -- he' J fjK ^^ ditease enIielv eradicated. f'eh3-dti are involved.-Lteceive Mdfty on flpe~tiTrust, ..
ftav'cm.iU will and e t of As xtpeeu en thvery ,., -. .,e 4b.ffa vs -rarelsri gurantee of r and and are authorized to receive andetecute Trusts o( *hey only see the gay ou
b MIaRClBAN'nZK g r plrticu. south side, near t0thrn.rept. and bo hopes, by2Tunua omD iH It'i. any and every description Aply at thelroffice. No) dazed with the glare.
41, '; -. ltolmtMb~ 6hecAP;M. and oembn 'hinareaifei.e ltProprietorsofihe 4h9ng p Pi

-.r 'the ferlrPauiburg an ofs F p IULATRWN ihs RooRm, -Gteh are airy and pleeBntOT re S, aC. WArelcpr pctuard. t l oa
T'l^U N asl a*)r Hdmdt sortge Riin~j~ t to made JAYan aetithe lu ~ owmg 'prices' N. B.-A large assortment of Ready Made Clothinf opem through the warm season, for the accominoda- P ftIBCt OB8. Upon what I have seen,
2~ (I~ r Goods .0 am'7 peron ih aindr tmepto enndgr -batvxicy and du~e.itadaes %ra 7-d an smlohneoit

.1. h f~l, to Piig t DAY anda the75 per iidrieip..- ; on hand, w1,cl witi he sold low for cash. lio. of those who wob to embrace the opportunity of Hyman Grate, 4illam Palker, a heard, and what I tave d
-. '.- r Thro in f. dray and a half. -. Hardware, 1 62 t do do. comphing aupeor and-riing in a ew all whowanthMos re of it o

'TeBfa3dauirngth wntrhaebeen .* Groceries, 1 6Q do do. 'f><*p9 hours, artd a uper'Ir knowledge of Book-keeping Jdhn BNewmanp^ John Boh lea, -- persuade myseftati alldi
I Catedrin thet owinter hanee doot~ .81omiai
itsaftg LVt A* It is taughtIhaeaiold as y te i0pesns afpractewicth m hrcoloiaanger cmints t few hey Caun rceye Charlesy ~ obsl o h ol
s-V,<6kK~tB.jgij~urteta orderlinea4e have AndntbuBaluENOe (10 davs I at a dedBaCtionof o athe wl

a'&A tinat ty cainmsper hundred pond* on the ebove roee. )3Y ,ZP Sereat das Henry J. Williams, Samuel Wl leave t Shall I tell you that I bea
otafdemmeadiot, I eve4y ac- (pply aehe Warehouses, lsOB. I a entra W in. prmea aid will be. published n a 1few. Both -lranrhes Eruons,
ct~?tagti ain wanle arove inw Baltheor C. Rsletc, thoma soe n emi~ b cheade cionse uently al&tisrseula-Lpoy ipe adCruce il3oeok .M
~~~mo~~~~ieiaaoj ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m vantteageaxrantootyethe r C- lok. fiudatndL* W q MOMU rD, yStillO R1p1013by1111 osx -pasedaocevnsu le. ChalisDuiopeen -.ttiloylitutinPiththM.

---S----b--C Tb a larg-. M. 1 f -9 i' N P6th stree irst stahdin andire spe" -tabl ity. R-om s lgna n sa nd wonsWit bthent h
h j9 fAgent. geantlob dof' R FISHER, References will bo fven fros rierRhantm of the T n. &A E. iv. Sores ernvn oantd Non, sirency

ad?2^ e w hiange Or Tr.r, i- Rrac ticaMEGONEGAL, Hat1e9, 14e and are e dNorth SecoSd Streetd, o0g 1
^*gCage z tmis. with thr enh Wiln ewp & Br a 1 1- In s 3 W andytS p hous below asssnut Ware. *' Setg Ulchset I wiNll oeao.
tedSS *4a ..C*l On nd fter -Tuesda ple by E. L. CAREY afs A. TiART. whierea.0 a ariis algee.
,41 40'9" ve i-da*lyJulydp ssersilof4t andCetO (rowili of ihe I r. Pa angursfro the Ranhing but killing fime th

11. I~rseaam~ ruuIn to Cicnai L*111111111, tsniBIaN,,8H SK'CHS or,*^^^ Scenes^^ ^ in a Metrooli by, Josephr Wh 3cln. 0 e
Ya. 'mPAeRB. L. toel MarioB City, JaePisonvilpie, Al- iMaketstret.at 5 o'ctk. e.'.nn-a"ed by Jon. 0'. a a.li n .ti 20 canitar. Span taheron. -' ca. alla a Ciftirent a

an4^-iIM'UI'IWiZ-. B-L-E_ I-', M.-Retnrnmgnij will ^"Te fmost original Work. of the day. It is apochea m* tE"UuW Xi'rwailuiiaaan vyu 10 case. Had hi sion upo 'wha .,is. g o
-at^h5&^'^^U .,e- a Po. 5e wouleave Nrwpor 7ibfun, etraed withe OR HAIR RESTOZirTIVE, 100 la. 0 V IPepps p
2sl K N, and, tlock-and Wilmington al p (erveqto skill, frota the most unprontinue ug subjects; S otred to the Public with, the fullest conviction 20 bblo. CastorOil. worldly pleasure!
,^A'4^ sa ..3l~ CA'^ ^ MEUA)N ^ ret ilmington ': ^6 Cents. indeedl Mr. Nea e"hibitm a large portion o0?th talent tI~ i ilpoeuo trilt edcddyte -2 oe pdCak The dying scene of suc'

AA~ ~~ CUMI G ents.^C^. %'" of the author of Dun Quixite in developing the adren- besrtarticip ever produced inany country, for'proinot. 10 cases Quui ShellaC. frfnriamnrvn
A. ^^. CUMMiNGSrehoake, tures of a vsgabohd Knight. We congratulate'Mr. ing the growth and increase of hal: It has been 0 jars Carb Ammos. fearful commentary upon
6ePmi e11se Beseoured ate theas eVarehouse eraicred rtinnibusse w lv&Newpnrt fect~-'

"WI ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i fJoSndi-N^^S Market m.prpgs onTIlr fr l~o Neal~upon~fllpeirleetly originality of his design and used in various parts Ot Europe, as well as in this 5 casiesAssaftetidla. life, lie lies-upon his dyii
T(~en~ en Brad d sta Ne. 200 1;olorkets.;ii A rva ofi 9xpdr ears frhm delivery,,
'Asa w~ 'otu Men Walowtrets.aoa$ te 0- j 3-.dlavtfharrm hldpi eecutoio, ae has inroduced us tp some dozen of nes country for several year's past, with unprecedented 1,000 kegs White Lead, 1st and 2d quality. -ing all around him by his

"* ^Srtbbf^iaeauadro~aa stet tera-ut cquiwtapce of rare mark and worth -fellows who success. It-never has been known to fail n any one 2,000 .boxes Window Glass, various 5izes. The. retrospect ofrl, th -p
-r / *POI ^ .^^.l ^. A l'Ilt6anl DarnilV EXCUrnm'ioarn -peak e-pigrams in pros.. and know it not-who snarl instarice~whsn~roperly applied and persevered with, With a general a~ssrtment of every article in the ertosctt hpa
; PWNIYVLYANtA 'A1D OHIO( TO FRENHTONAe BAC th."e O- keendat edg, audn<1fittter aphorisms of not only in restoring and preventing the falliagoffof Drug lie,whjich they. will sell on the inoareasonaimf-~tio pleasure, and the future
-mw-'l rR~~r tt JAap i-~ Bil Li TO rn.jqn.i AND BAqK I'. 0bil*11bh^ and ~otlmefra-ofmoralhy iHstechsirest the hair, but in producing the greatest lustre and live. term and will be- happy to receive the MANUAL LA. fearful foreboding-s. And
sb..a.thpe wi.t b e The- Bmiltlotw Line of boric used by our modern Ashenians-free from the lines imaginable. Thi article tends to excite the aoi BAN: NOTNS to ah amount in payment. d 1
.fff Thatdasa ne prpitr f'"- -' Stra--aw lev- ChesnutJS ^ f i ^ f9"' reT '*tes "'taitf v.lgarity., but rich i fanciful and capillary Yesqls, whipt c6rstitute those ergarns form- N. B..^ Country M erch~a( and Ot will do well Uroo ing to sulen silence t
Lfting..teC.. W rapaad. i- -r .areeft harf,' daily. sa o s'- ldiCros conceitsp'-[Gentlman'd Mlgainhe. ing the -air-these, ike iay ethers of the ninaa to call before purchasing thoiraupplies. sent with no conso

l. i ih M.rnhsieeing~f n the Ciwaal (sayd t. \IB-to A.- P. M Thes Sketches abQuzd in wit and humor, as ge. body, which have been inra state ol dormancy or dis. nov 6-tf -f
March nextl) o H frlwarg In the n- Pdeiver a^ipud-to take N ar a R th the P i opea ma b spec t to the future. He di

a .31 Kxcuraion for tdhe doy. wil Ai V.adt tP ripto French- nuwehica weiai hre some s, wrtblter prepared to enjoy form all tose aoas assigned themby nature.ni ihe Atheilan CaptiVe, gotten. lut oh! this is
a^^ anals an Portag Rail RatI in itqc ^ onadbe a ~mnn. ttaewhole. Those whoecan- distinguish between true Those who have lest their hair by sickness, can in a 'By 4)he author of Ion." -his history Tudloment isi
Goosirete t our-care if ordere. mtio the Fa^ (b-go and return by either in, 61-0l0 wit andl it eoutiterfsit, will find thie article in these very short time have it restored by a few applications LTRNER &- IISHER, 11 north 6th1 street, pub- and eternl ret Jbutiont isu
eTbro boan r fe N. DAVIDSON Sketches. There i no atyle of writing .in which so of6thi article, 0is ti i ai dSergeanTn naourd Wilewa Traged

WeS! hil1 wrftU 43 je30-dt K many, fU^ The world 'i full Qf the mnawkish at- A freSh supply jus received and for isle by of the Athenian Captive, imagination shrinks ft~rom f
Whre dorerge an&CiF !Ii a p .u e~p 1

tvigatwdbexpeasaipE oB goods sonsi^e,5 to per O Ted D A OA C ns w iT EDWARD faGGINS, This ednion printed e from the London t those regions-b
015A,>.and forwarded wilhultchafge "ot. corn. ,. at..l7 W oulh sd etPklaot 1I38 e&n mustard. Btat^ of Mr. Joseph C i Neal, the au- jy 10- tf Cqrner of 7th and CallowhBtl bts. copy, published under theditection (t the a h
or*fitt the e JftaMS ML & &CO. VyqO prevent the ofBostiiioiis attempted on the pub. dhr rcoal Sketches, is ricb and racy. IiisS4*ple e ,
V. Arch'teet whari. &huvlktll. lie-by perns e rin Peach Woin/s qhaint-hfs sketches graphic anwl spene this he haveanlIlZe fully avoided. Price 2u cents, --.1--
r Aigi,Ip iftL .J. wiitinh thornti and Ftaor pimnoNwot&irnyieSrrg ugfi-9.f' 4 .cr f6hadRo
-w JUTpblseey .L ARY&k1BAi W2Z ak
_11 ..-Anyat~wichrf of 4Orsond D heabb, iswothmreethan the roAt Dsie a 4 enyvnaCaas Leypbhd ad fLynIn TOiHN AT E

-- 1OV1F.i 4-MoLA-AHAiM, talladpysburg. .t oaaa,i Is de1aed peopeCtncsoben oeaetthiseynaneanyfofWkhe .
lr ih-o:..L afIvoalse rsiin torg tre 1he sole owel leave ol tactof CNal S kETH ASbony Evening Journal, be are -re000 1b, V amte,. c be cr-- a
; 1114 11 t L a USo nL Hd L L Ai i ;S &huytkiil 'm uaty, know n by ithIibe I aeeatd at 5 A wa rd all kiod of original wor of the d thin i a ri D a rt R0 eaft s H
uy Rethe name .. wil tk a ;ofhnet ses7l fun rxrate allh iOR ofI MESTRCATDIVE. for Read- pan
''41 d &ef "3~l msa-Slir.L cta *inBend qgtbderka I/itoin"- iheauires on it are worked, and ill coal P9ote.o r* ing, Pottsvile, Lebanon, Harnisbur and intermediate 6 le -tPe1i Cptive. --f-

^'^wa 'jiw-'.Stf-^-~r'iteiotdene *ganflfa. broitehtito market, andiold or shipped by the Compa- _-.aC %we430u3"ii If~S places, as well as the Towns on toe branches of the A NAEAT and correctedition ot the new and Irigh From a. late number of the Edin

ei." "-0 Vet-ui a-mma aVihe Stchaylhi; having ny oah. Atll-the Pead mionti Coalretailedin | n 'w.n.establishedfact, that Professr Swe- Susqueharma and Juniata Rivers, as Boats are daily e2"alyuefetPtul 'tlay of.l 4 ".T-AleiatianC?(ive,' byo -
.'. '1 ibbe iJ-rWWMhoua1ilLbe prepared tr .eiv4 -Ph-idalphia i. landed is t te Coith many's wharf, 2d dour's Anti -Sypiti. D rops is the only prepare. leaving therwbaaf, FairmoutDm. lkiHei. S aTalfourdt pulled and for -ate; price Dr. Buckland now .ro(
"'' d make liberal advances on any artioles oonsig id below Market Street Bridge. Schuylkill, on which ton that will effectaly eradicate the Syphilitic -or BOLTON CO. Only 5 cents, by .. C. EAL, 1 ... .r
i al. JAM STEKL & CO. the Company have ec tensiy sed t-o prepare Venereal disease, whea it has arrived at that stage Comuin and Forwarding merchants. Librar and Dramatic Repository, most important and ppul
'.. 3 M-tf and deliver it fii in ihe be-it order, within the usal it w .hichte, rer health has been broken down, N.B.-Merchai will be careful to order their je 16-dtf' No 16 soul', 7th st. his subject-to give a de
M4 a1 t at 'strts lolow the oca symptoms are o much changed as goods to the Rec ing Depot ilow t. below 3rdmo tng fssi
Jj tLPHlt ALD P rit) N li't 1 yed ".y, 5*, 'g score el3 he recognized assVenereatl. It is still a street, p. ;h .r., e tgWcleo s th to 6th0 l8 th maonsanto rshwt- 4e
,.+ / .. .-, .-, r~ m -- .'- : +:+ "= ma"tter of un e ti t go t e u rIa e w a +c less t an to ... .1
I Aml.-;I ,Al ttO l. o* r.. ,'B-l,..a. Screened. ,- 96 mat o uncertainty how .ongthe patient (if not SchuylkillA "' HIALTH O1CE Jne6th 188. ans andw "show that th<
Jh nagpvaen-Two LUiea for New York, Unbroken and Egg. 6 00 Tioly relieved by Swedour's Drops) is to drag on a -mar_22-dtf qHE Captains. Qwners nd consignees of all c ies o n
^ -, daily, viz *aNut,A(prPae&dforco~kitg stoves,) 5 00 miserable e;istencpelpr in what manner a termination T o A> 'American Vessels, arriving at Philadelphia, from r ants and -anml
7pIia.tr i end Pi Line. WheAhCo5ce rton a to be ur to all his sufferings. Many l itUs unnbr- ouOrest's Oratiou. PoRTs IN TitE UIITED STATBs, are hereby notified, merly occupied our planet
a tai. .'hil Ash ,.a 50 ce3. pr tK., In l, -ta a h. tuate victiro s are destroyed by what may be'. consi- A FURTHERsupply of the Oration, as delivered that agreeably to the provisionsof a late act fAssem their fragments and reli
PA ,'itl t- ? teo- an with a..as.h. received at the Wharf, and. dered a continuation of te diraisease. but by far the A by dwin resEsq. in New York, Fourth of blye aid vessels wll not be required to stop at wisdom and design

cwetoithtaqiesfe n radial ure inevdath..,ir anl, y [ Edwi CqrsEsqnT $.VNew York, Fut of ae ec o
^&nJ Wlo -.-.IFt'iP',k.,i otes o. h Wil and* Ceabo th f gre trnumber are carried off by the mal -practice of July, just receive and for sale, wholesale and retail, the LaAzretto fora visit dMnin the present Quaran. t a e
Si,,1lgdanB eaer o a ilow Fself-styled physicians and nostrums, prepared by ig- by TURNER & FISHhsn tine seao,,3 unless when a ny othe said ports shall een universoly recognize
-nA^?rt --. ,SStK .",,, .tler Ret, ,ore 8h I 41 nr ant preteas D M .nders.... 3 f .il th eet. hereafter be declared to t e infectt d with malinan ting speciesof organized bA
+ .^K'^1^' .roadeo Koh Ahtvee, cor e r a 80oth bnd ieorge ., This valuable medicine, the result of 20 years ex- o I N.6 orgoontagiourerets di teas Unted.taes of tlIheChes ...-
I" 'W" p ,j-wilteaots., dl etween- o Wa- J. & E.George, cone th and Market. periencn, and unparalleled success in the extensive The n4 Rten--trefrom porte in rethe aUnitfedr thes Por Psich the -cA ese sofo e o ftha
fAW M p( ie Sas^wM whedaiyn ikt s Aroceck. A 'JosehEvans, and highly respectable practice of Professor Swedour, Rpeake, wl re
^i-, Bla w'hen o sirktn 7 or e -ck '- And ;-Jshe ranid is now Faculty of Germany. Frace and SIX PER CENT, PER ANN. PAID QUARTERLY, after their arrival in the port of Philadelphia. establisb1ng the remarkable
4P..;Al>4:^"hJ0.NetVork in 7hocirs. 4 A (indtl 'HSSWL MS, Seb'y. E&glatnd, is now introduced 19 the notice of the OR yodro h or.JtVSWBTR 1 i16 ^^^^
s MUnsai ere American public, at the earned solicitatiop of a num. Compound Interst carried to the credit of theDepo Je 7-ft018
.3'. ~~Vivai t L dea ath'art evainy g at 5 'cl sm- Cjighl baILIAi OfY -etlne 'o lon anit~ed hig sthenotice of, the ordereer ofre thmordnAVStelhscr to~ ?hC~c f vs
L.At % vnn -GAW fo," Siios an-df Lie profosor, anid is prepared under the inspec-tion of a AT Twix! Fan spceIhouhu h
-^^S^^^"18let "K"e*l(-^" smar^al- e uitt bW for in' Liagines and Lime ^ 'g^1tieme ofln ig0tnin n h si~r every three nionths, .I'qr 8ae, -'" ma Seolgcals fomthousg"outit
jbr"^ e^Trean^io-isKtol,&a.takenby either physician from. the original receipt of Dr. Swedour, -t4VI L L SttOR AK, ^Of 0 nest aras geolhg eeal forma te OrU
C.4UNIkLE, er-Profeosor of the Leydon University. A single bot- sAMIXUAL 500 to e nlh
i Manu. Agtnt., Maiial Labfnr Baik % iot"e tie QC themo Props is warranted, in nine out of ten AND 100 nests Clothes'dBaskets. gani remains-
cases, to effect a quick, safe, and radical cure, in all I PER iN S4VING FUND nbF c
TOlic. 1' e, "blicm., iial tE.r willsr-of age oMacerair disor Beatankwithoutproducigtthes oth-aasterrnerrotSecsndind Racestd.w100dozenpAomducandMatielasatta100I iszmntvAllous hatnruM
i.-..-~~~~~~Nrt- tas~ onPu-ae~u neamoa Fofr Secon- anEae 300 nests Cedar Tube. hv oeoio omn
Fj"y ALIceived at par for odebtqs due the subscribers, at 'least. inconvenience. For sale by NT EDBIURe
-- -~~~their streets, Nos. 139. 141 &. 14J north 2d' street; also, -DR. WM YOUNG, INT'TDFUU~Y2D, 1836. 10dznPitdPi;
y' The ab~ve rame4t C-mpsny have in P'iyment for any of the follow~ig articles, at the 33 south 4th st. one door above Chesnut. Capiltal 5^00,000. Together with a large assortment of BrushesCornbs igoac ot*"<- the- fac whic
e6miqien~eed running one oftheirSteam- ery lowest-cash prices,- either wholesale or retail, N- B.-Such poor as crn afford to get their medi- 'ecared in Traut liy Ju.igment coifessed on Real Estate Jewellery, Whips, Blinds, Clocks; Carpetings, Maus flly demottairated, that nt
Wats Jplying consgtalrc between Val viz:- cine -prepared at any Apoihecaries, prescribed for and Publicly Ree'.rded-according to the following Looking Glasses, Hearth lHgs, &c. For sale at the ot the present surface of lh<
01-,, ,- Hr ,i M.l,,wa, -.<" hr..-rt in C !m- ..GaOCWRIS-A. gene Al as rtment. including Teas, every morning, as usual. gratis aug --dtf iriCA E. -Fancy porium, No. 18 north S d street, Philade..., ... tg re....s o
eeis IPMdadelu -and thewr wharlf in Cam-l G00atsAeuea em~dn T erymrigasuiLrt aug l-dtf CERTIFICATr4 poe inautil,No18nrh2stetPliae- vdfm
)idAm, At the reduce mae of -Fare eoulanled in their Winesr c. On the litlgya4oW M+y. l836, a Boan' and Judgment phia.
r -' ar,-oaPe r y:o-_A general asortnnt,iAnctrdihg n 11huiylki i to l, commencing fro -d February last, w fi in th0 Dastrict an .-- t constituted the population
It'd;sQJI.4;%ltw ar'share. toe quatitorsngl pair.ne. ro t;Dr t MklJ1DNbRED rfif-US AN DOLARS. asupsr~a Mn
:+ .,, ,-49 .. --^,aon f.or .. 'ma hors at their large supply oi Domestic Cotton koods. .. HE subscribers are selling their Schuvlkill Coal Court or IV&Ht NDREDresOUSANiDOLLARbb. anI erf il sitav! seas. any extefsivc lai
b... ,.Sm...,, -f .a 4bD.SHOIs--8y the omg ar.o h Belonlmont, Broad Mountain, and othe r. ,.
Rsh~qe~qif ~I~t. -. 4tW&P~thtRl -nFo ut na or ai~l an-kai mi. ki------- -.--------- :_t__; FundDepjai isuaepwred byDr Tbois W. Dvott, ok the CHEAPER -THAN TH-HAEI! sv outisfra t

., -,

n earth, Ijch
Heaven, q4ey
i4an family.-
'U f 'sn i.:the-
panrim" winds
vhat is .s.de.,
)py little aea.is
ig fire. Look
ier might dress
as though sia.
never would--
rolls upon the
the. chair, and
!r sister round
heart is over-
a. Who, does
pon this lovely
ian who makes
C-house, where
ks wife ismfnere-
i. children are
pt out of'the
ITo4dty be is.
,morrow., he is
d the next dy_,
S-whist party.
m, md geew!
iir eof careless
)r knew,-eoif^
k poor-pitisbl e
[is smiles arek

.petulant ,A'.,
oya),,43, to
o the powder.
flee from his
See hma as
, gloomy saffd
; hardly knows'
oyment. Thfjs,
lot Qbey Go's
hiJiaqEHne| i
the; victitn-'f
ng Satan'heC,
as he always
the. paIfuif6y
Ut .wiitf hn -a-.
ctive destru.c-
uch a mani.-
the vain pur-
appiness con-
h. Listen to.
have seen the
pleasure, and
re enjoyed all
d, and conse-
y, and do not
raise them at
Truth, is very
ave not expe-
rrate them.-
tside, andace'
But I have,
Vhen I reflect
what I have
one, I cannot
the frivolous
any reality.-
r this enelan.
meritorious re-,
whict most
really cannof
I must bear
I thinak-oF no..
e best way I
it this cnifes-
erally'- chtiled,
h a nman is a
his misspent
ngbed annoyr,
t affords him I
is filled with
there-he lies,
upon the pre--,
lation in, re-
es anid is for- I
ot the end of
before him,
ceed The *t
allowing him
ot'a Path of

zburgh Review.1 i

:eeds to the (
ar branch of
scripttion ofr
t' organic re-. I
eextinct spe- P
Which for-
Edisplay, even
cs, the same
f which have
I in the xis-
sin gs.
nt of-flite sup- C
c bones, and
e fact of the
'esoft ehu. 1
entire series
Sauthor pas-
of fossil or-
fikind should
centuries in
hi is now so
o small part 2
e earth is de- r
animals that gi
i of ancient ,h
ns and mas-
ere.the great

A Box orfB .ekf
Box of BookA, aireeftd fto- agiebet.i wu
s. nt rom Pittsburf in Decetiiber Mom.
Atwo, Jons Go.", in the wag= o C A=18".
.ER, but the Box In-not been reeived, m iB it
mnown with whpm .t wasM. Th pes who may
avec it iL n hiN possession, will oblige th&Muriber by
IitectDngh to beleftaiul ^ih'W;/AMSleei6
Chesnut rees, whosmlmi, sMK
aug W"aOod6t .
E C--b1 M IS I, -i'
rcssions. For M ie w_. i--

T or 840?t f oeofm-o,---
C J, l On
heap Looking GlA.. E.m Mti M e ore,
my--- .dstm.

ELEVEN !um. B.,s.. Bs1js
ma .-d if

"Cma .* ,CT*flYE^,^
---- "..um% ux .hy veaM'od Mtr,
That shoots my tonur'4 gam an. -
An' t d my eas'gtiw m aati*%o,*
Wa'-gaawtng. v..oqlI ,<.
Tearing my nerves Wi' bleifr-
like rack'ig'etgl8 Toorthacbhmfp.Igisriuqpi r
A ETI RHE A L Odonialgiai fmAiy 51l4wl (
to baths only iinua,sq u asgL f fft 1r.l,,'
>medy (r mbis excraentmig V Jn, Vfftro c i
;yes immediate reli ait-d ;l su8lun. ., I
ie nerve, which p oct fa|.Aiamin,. i-.li,
'or saleby N -
a W lM4 411li .-"
mavlO-dlf ".- On, dats*hnov i,'b-,i

-v r- ,i .. I- -
vwmI 1.- 1&1 .. -, ) ... d I D UWU mu -

o -I


1, w1bi -.4

I. N LA1~1~
~*ir -~
#...~ 2 '-
.'A '.4..?
-- t-4.



.. *~t n epuWU yt. ti*rd doer above Walnut.
*; \ < ; "I ,''l
".eIt. v va e A .

iiq M, Sept. 4 184 8.


--. ., ,. .' ., r <> ^OY B t
Cb Porter,
it 4v-flmy mumflrsetox CoorKT.
; -- 1 d'>U-; TR DI I*T
0sSfT U 1 O1 OF 1088:
g.t^,744 'fl* TID "n rig octouma.

:,,, E w .Jawed latgersoll.

11$ 1ROW_, far our year..
fr tf wo i yeaws.

tLJl( 6t b, ichJon W.Ryan,
? *-."' td .. Miles N. Carpenter,
EN 9.~M OGoldmith. Thomas J. Heston,
: ....M. Buaeyqer, John W. Nesbilt,

0. '1 -FtO. TEoER MONTHS.
*': penops ba ring expresed a wish

-y .*- fucu usw.s un....5
,5- in ....s r 00o

19 -.-subsesibbus e obtaied r50 th
MJI|RIJI MlF N *.* wilt- received in pay

.'_T. Q-OS~reto t(he weekly will be furnish.
qisfsspnioi AH Thee D5l0ara
^ 1 0 4Wubea isier-toe e weekly paper will
L. lpie^W threi moehs fzr '.
"'*.4' f p a e on the above terms will
.7:.j. i '. 1 A -- -- a-. ^
4qk ca. Yu ,.a -c un men's Convention at
*e4W shalOM of September next.
.I" -The Deknoastie Young Men of the
6 IM o(Adams Betks, Bradford. Backs, Ohee
ot'4dulbia Cimberland, Dauphin, Delaware,
Tshli, Jtvisa, Laneater, Lebanon, Lehigh,
LAawn. Iquqwki Miffin, Monroe, Montgomery, -
r iBmtopn,Nmnhumberland. Perry, Philadelphia
ohs, Isiadelpha county, Pike, Potter, Schutrylkill.
n, "aa, T~Union, Whyne and Veik,
OwM- of carrying into effect the recom.
-a -1 he mental Committee, to hold a con-'
luiat ~sRding on the 10th of September, are
lusel'.infonToed that every arasqgement will
tMonsgColaodate any number of persons that
aJs" In 4sIed to attend that' convention. It is
iiaf sloy elicited that the proceedings ofthe
k h- n Whe above named counties be reported
to tha BHtk county Committee of Correspondence
-p"oeaie- .l forth request is made
hata.u:etjlM e be. published In all the democratic
w j ld fhN* above Mnliaced counties until the
$K MKii, ... Charse Kessler,
-. -.. Wner, J P Jones.
A0, *B 0cin,
Gs "ie., ., J W Tyson,
d -a4 '. l i. Jacob Fricker,
7~e** myMtee t erremendence for BRek ca.
0 4 -'Tl s~BW .>*( < ',-- "

." The Sentineat, in speaking of the new Contihu-
.. .ft"1tht ashasees af ttd succe. of Gneral
-. ."'llo'ilyl more flat, ring,a number ofTbe
- ":. J 4 wt,-.bho were original in fevor of a
:{ '-. Br* now disposed to sustain the
M ". itlC' sd; .The chief reason g.ven by our
SA j s*.r3p1pr0y.1fog .ttrfuting this disposition to a
"Lg*,i z~_ m.rolMwnocrali is that the now Con-
kl-, to*19 the ppoar o ofthe demoaew
u., S S-p ll .jq te ( lucrative offices in all the
4 114 d 6f the state." Now, with al
ai ',4 i,,inioinr stbe Sdtinel, we 61r
.' 'a *',' 3idieti. s tere is one old democrat, or
"a-' eht! griulya in favor of reform, who
,h m a l.:i2#, the ameindments, and least of all
,' ." a".' sndWtAdet4.wblir. tht paper refers. Such
,tfSHKscao it prineipie, and wquld
itt o 4y yserv0are^ theui course when the object
Stop&hd ii of gowernaelt, because it
Va" of taking< from thema a few of-
S "4-. Btt, sel admitting that this eonideralon
,..! tr ..1-#pr' *t asamed by the enatitnel,
,& 3211` t)t the argument is basd on or-
'.7:, P.loas continue will not elect op-
.I~tia o' paty~in esd w doubt
S 'A NO' nd= 1 t, new (Coijihu tion,
J S m ^ ^ Bsdnr theb, ww toflo~rn
~ ~ A& ih lto Isk e hq~is 01MWow local offers
jimp w1 WO debtwenticr. We are likeawis
'. '" 8it m44 aoio m i.jstice to the 4e-
".1", -.gBsylvania to believe that upon a
q p'i gpa tistional reform, they ore
"^tW~W pqJ Wp kwession that it will place
'.2W '-0U- AS~ itk bands of their political oppe-
,':.SL ^ : .. -
*.) fl80I T SL.,7a',y ,- *-.. t -*--

". Vi-A.*t OL. FAYNTER.
4':;a.b ta of Col Psynlter
mm-i a*ft for Congress in the
noo V ~m~tl"^- __.!&a. 1 a... atJ- ,,rk a

..wr t%"

A 'A
-. ... 1, ,
*... .

/. .i ';

- SBg-

N4eJG -U s gIsiisg ame ffT 4mlmeSall-h
i$wpbh he-is hold by his fellowcitjzens,
*40het flatly Opwsifse his sterling
Iet a the cause of the people.
erfs welAl of' his constituents-in
fmeehbe ham shown that their confi-
uet-oitqn~ilrand d Us-past course may
rnaimt ." v l *future. We may
;Oo btb re-elemtion, with
S ib* the faee af al the tricks
itrefay,. Tte drocrats of the
IStftlfy wroue, to Ite importance
lflqa w'w candidate upen whom
Ir e4 ** ,-.seond Tue-
s lu Ite the Ried with
i'"-- -

M4 5 ;*ns. The Dto
bta tlm*by ad county of Philadel.
1wpan-eirt House, p
IMP follging no-

'Srdtbl $9VM^ t1tprn GQdtd.
gAR^ *sinpelaruA of

ct ria of the City.

Pt1:-- \. .Pa
Si~iM(*fUpser~ eNyBrdgwe

-_. ,- "
S- ,_. r . ... "- ,

^.A^ThNMMSc pitotMama iie
B; .toc a dfnso vbfbMis *x e oed id that
r uaity l ,es .. ..
SIttnmeneed nert Johnston, passing over that
touns and'Cranston, the southwesterly part of Pro-
vtidence, crossing the river toiSeekonk, and on to-
wards Taunt. It unroofed barns and houses
proetrated trees, fences, and crops, and cut up ma-
ny pranks similar to the following recorded in the
Providiace Courier:
A-.Ct-Crron a washing of clothes which hac
been out to dry, was so effectually abstracted thae
not i vestige of them has been found -except a soil
tary night cap. A large tree was taken up by
the roots and carried one hundred and twenty
fh t.
The house of Mr. John Gardner, also in Crans-
ton, on the Pawtucket turnpike, was taken from its
foundation and turned conmptely round. Thefa
mily were in the home at ths time, but escapee
About one hundred feet of the dry house of Mr
Samuel Eexter's bleachery, near the depot of the
Stonington Railroad, was blown down. A school
nor lying at anchor in the stream was blown on
her beam ends, and her jib and flying jib, though
furle, were blown from their lashings, and torn to
In Seekonk, thq dwelling house, on the Lyor
Shore Farm, was unroofed. The wagon, which
had been got in readiness for market, on the farm o
theHon.Tristam Burges, was completelytdemoliah
ed, and its contents distributed. The poultry ol
the same farm were also missing. A large tree
usually called the yellow bark black oak, was twis
ted like a walnut withe, and reduced to a bundle
of splinters.

Pleasing Stories.-Messrs. Ash and Anners have
just published a neat little volume, entitled "Plea.
sing and Instructive Stories for young children.'"
It is from the pen of Mrs Hughs, the author of Or-
naments discovered, and a variety of other works fot
pung people which met with deserved success, and
her present;production evidently merits equal popu
larity. ft may be had at the store .of tle publish.
erg, No. 148 Chesnut street.

I -,k W v-;ily, ;W- T ieneto iant-o-thal-lst Ar.
tillery, has been appointed, under the law of July
6, 1838, Professor of chemistry, mineralogy, and
geology, at the Military Academy, West Point.

Mr. Norris, of Philadelphia, has shipped a se-
tend locomotive engine for Austria, to be used on
the long rail road extending, to Wagram. He will
probably make two more for Austria.

Rail Road .Jccidenz.-,-A lad by the name of
John Haseon, about 7 years of age, was ran over
by the Eagle Pleasure Car,on the Broad street Rail
Road, on Friday evening, and almost instantly kill-
ed. We believe no blame is attributed to the driver,
he having blown the horn; but the lad, in company
with others, was so intent upon play, that he. did
not bear or perceive the approach of the car, until
too late. The driver made every exertion to stop
his horses, but without success. A melancholy
warning to parents residing in the vicinity of rail
ways, to endeavor by counsel,reproof, or correction,
tb cause their children to select less dangerous play

Attempted Suicide.,-On Saturday afternoon,
about 5 o'clock, a young man apparently 25 years
of age.walke4 down to Chesnut street wharfithrew
down his bat, plunged into the river,and struggled
hard to sink, but was immediately rescued by two
persons, who leaped over after him He was dressed
in a blue cloth coast, erge gilt buttons, a pair of
light panitaloons, sod canvass bo.ots. He woold give
no account of himself, aud it was thought, he must
have been drunk or crazy.-.Jb,

LAn raox Tax Pscuvrc.-The bacque George
and Henry, Captain Wilson arrived at Bahiimore
on Saturday from Valparaiso and Coaquimbo, hav-
ing left the latter on the 23d June. We learn from
captainn W that the Uhilian expedition, under the
command of General Butnes. was expected to sail
from Valparais, to Peru in about a month from that
date, with 3000 troops, most of which were veteran
soldiers. The armed force which sailed against
Peru with the intention of blockading the ports of
Callao, Ancon, and Chorillos, 'were off the island
of St J.oreuzo, waiting orders from the Chillian
Government, as the fobign naval force at Callao
wy uld not allow the blockade to be carried into ef-
Commercial business in Chili was nearly at a
stand, its revival depending in a great ieasure on
the result of the intended expedition against Gen-
eral Santa Cauz and his followers.
At the date of the last accoqiat from Peru busi-
ness there was also very dull.-SdL:. American.

PxITTsatae, Aug. 29.
Ftiu.-This morning, about I o'clock, a fire
bioke out in the Iron Foundry of Meuas, Arthurs
& Nicholson, adjoining the Gas wotks,'* c Kensing-
ton. The foundry, pattern shop, &c., were entire-
ly consumed. A building usedfor tearpeMter shop
by the Gas works, was totally destroyed, with a
quantity of tar and tubing. The gasometer house
was at one time partially on fire, and fears were
entertained of an explosion. The loss of Athurs
SNicholson hI between 6 and $7,000, wht4 is
covered by insurance in the Pirernan's Co. The
active exertions of the Aire companies prevented any
further destruction of property. -

NEW OaLSAxs, AUio BT24.
Teterday there were no les than three arrivals
in this port from Havana. All was quiet in Cuba.
There were thirty or forty American vessels in port
and the yellow fever prevailed among persons non-
acclimated. We are told that five or six vessels,
from the eoast of Africa arrived within the last fort-
night in Havana, apd that they had previously sue-
eeded in handing their slaves on the coast of Cuba.
A report was current that the partizans ofDonl Car-
los hail succeeded in making themselves masters of
the Island of Porto Rioo, and that a frigate, which
had sailed from Havana with troops to maintain
the Queen's authority, had been fired on4 and driven
P. S. Since the above has been put in type, we
bave seen Havana papers as late as the 13th instant
which make no mention of the repute. of the frig-
ate. Former accounts received at Havana had left
Porto Rieo in pssession of the insurgents, eioept-
ing the fort at St John's, in which the (ueen's
Governor had taken refuse.
The necessities of the Qneen have led to the ims-
position of additional burdens on the Island of Cobs.
The good people have been called upon to eon-
tribute s2.500,OUO tw yards paying the expenses in-
curred by the young Queen in her struggle with
Don Carlos fiw the trhrone of 8pain. The Gov.-
merr General and his counaellprs, eer prompt to
manifest their loyalty, have set 'about raising thp
sum required, by levying on additional duty on all
articles of import, and an export dutyon the agri-
cultural products of their soil.

Important if true.-An officer of the steamboat
Tfche sates thatbefore that vessel left Natchitochoes
a report reached there, and was generally credited,
that the Indians from the Northb had invaded Texas
ia A numerous and formidable bedyand were driv.
ing the population before them in great consterna-

":;.:-.. OPMOEAUR No ,-: .-
September 1, 183d,
The ha116 amount of Treasury Notes authfizid
by thd tIt of October 12, 1837, hang been
issued, V-: t0,000,00, 00

And there having been redeemed
Sof them about
The new emission made in place
of those under the act of May 12,
1838, have been .
There have been redeemed of these
last about

This leaves a balance of all out.
standing equal to only about

7,350,000 00

5,547,310 01

100,000 00

$8,097,310, 01

Secretary of the Treasur!

TanAsuar DOLSTitnrTxT,
September 1838.
Notice is hereby given, that the outstanding
Treasury notes issued in pursuance of the acts u
Congress of the 12th October 1837, and the ac
additional thereto, will be paid agreeably to their
tenor upon presentment at the Treasury of th
United States whenever they fall due.
Each parcel of notes offered for payment should
be accompanied by a schedule, showing the date
and sums of the several notes, with those rate of in
terest thereon.
Holders of Treasury notes, to whom it may b
more convenient to have the amount due upon th
same made available at either of the Ports of Entr
or Land Offices, are informed that all Collector
and Receivers of Public Money will continue to re
ceive them, and allow the principal and interest
due thereon, in payments for lands and customs.
Those who may not wish te use the notes in pay
ment to the United States, nor find it convenier
to take the amount due on them at the Treasury
will be accommodated with drafts therefore, payable
at their place of residence, whenever it is found t
be practicable. LEVI WOODBURY,
Secretary of the Treasury"

-A gentleman from Maine has put into our hand
the following estimate of the probable result of th
erectibflo-tn-el place in that State on the 10th 0
this month. It was prepared with much ca"re1r
five as shrewd men as there are in the State, and i
entitled to great confidence.
Democratic maj. Fed. maj.
York County 1100
Oxford do 2500
Cumberland do 600
Kennebeck do 3000
Penobscot do 500
Waldo do 2500
Hancock do 400
- Washington do 400
Lincoln do 400
Somerset do 600



fl'Dem. maj,. 4000
The federalists, ofcourse, mike a very different
calculation, but they always reckon without their
host.-Portsmouth Gaz.

Prince Talleyrand.
To the Editor ef the Southern Literary Messenger.
StR; At a time when the recent death ofthat ex-
traordinsry 4dan Talleyrand. attracts so much at-
tention to his character, I have thought that a trans-
lation.ot the discourse which he delivered at the
French Academy, a few months before his disease,
might not be altogether unacceptable toyour readers.
It is in itself a remarkable circumstance, that this
veteran statesman and courtier, loaded with years,
riches and honors, should at an age so advanced,
present himselfat the literary tribune. The purpose
too ,was an amiable onetor it was to bear testimony,
which he alone could render, to the merits of a man
ot humble birth, of different religion, and ot position
and function,, often., comparatively obscure. But
what gives the greatest interest to this production
is, that it contains ihe diplomatic creed of perhaps
the greatest nig ,ator of anci' n
It is gratifying to aobsterve ate irepels with some-
thintig like indignation, the prevalent notion that de
ception and duplicity are indispensable to the diplo-
matist. Heproclsimsgoodfai'Ah not only to be a
duty hut a necessary one, in negotiating, as the sole
fbuidation in fact uf confidence, but accompanied
hy'discretion and reserve. Dr. Franklin could not
have expressed a more irue or republican sentiment.
In hazarding the opinion that theologians makes the
best diplomnatis s. Palleyrand )aysan indirect comph-
ment to himself, as he is perhaps the most remark-
able illustration of the proposition, which could
be adduced. The remarks of the veteran states
man upon the obligation of duty, the religion of
duty, as he expressively calls it, are philosophical,
sagacious, and'well .worty ol deep consideration.
But I did not set out with the intention of analy-
zing this remarkable discourse. It is distinguished
by an elegant, 'yet severe simplicity of style, charac-
teristic ot .the best age of French literature. Clear,
yet forcible; pointed, yet flowing; it has none of the
fauxr bril ant of the present school. It was listened
to with admiration, by an audience composed of all
the rank, wit and intelligence of the French metro-
polis. I have preserved its phraseology, as much as
is consistent with the English idiom
Before I close, I cannot resist the temptation of
relating an anecdote which I have never seen in
print. It is strikingly illustrative of the perfect self-
control ot Talleyrand; his impassibility, as the French
term it. I think itwas in 1827, while attending in
his capacity ofGrand'Chamberlain, the anniversary
commemoration of the deaih of Louis XVI, in the
cathedral of St. Denis, as he was leaving the door, he
was struck to the earth by a certain de-f Maubreuil,
and remained some time insensible, stunned either
by the force of the blow or of the fall. This ,de
Maubreuil asserted, that he had been employed by
Talleyrand, after the tall ot Napoleon, to attack or
assasinate some of the members, of the Bonaparte
family, in order to recover the crown jewels. He
did not succeed in his mission, and when he applied
for his reward, as he asserted, Talleyrand refused to
recognize him, and ever alter persisted in disavowing
him. Spurred to frenzy by this alleged- neglect, he
could finr4no other means of revenging himself, than
by this public outrage. The story of de Maubreuil
who was looked upon as deranged, obtained but lit-
tle credpnpe. J bapppne4 during a residence of sev-
eral years in Paristo be' well acquainted with the
Baroness de Bourgoing. widow of a distinguished
ambassador, who wrote very good work on Spain,
and mother-in-law ol Marshal Macdonald, a woman
of superior intelligence and manners,- wh wag. then
"Sunntendante. ot the -royal establishl.ont of -the
Legion of Honor at St. Denis." Her house was the
resort ot the best voimpiny, and I recollect, among
others, to have spent a morning there with Madame
Recatnier, so famous in the annals of beauty and
fashion. No longer young, she was- still unusually
attractive in face and person, and of exceedingly
modest and interesting manners. She wa4 really
what the French calle e bqauz reste#. TPhis by way
otepisodfe TT return to my story a .on ot Madame
de Bourgoing tol 4 me that the Prince, after the out-
rage, was brought into his mother's apartment, and
that as soon as hl ie revered, he ordered himself to
be driven to Paris, which is five or Six miles from
St Denis. Young da Bourgoing and another geo-
tleujan acpoTqpqnied him. ,ut qlth.igh h.e spoke
with tsu action upon the ordinary topics, he
never once alludedto the occurrence which a few
minutes before had nearly deprived him oflife. This
proceeded-from his habitual caution. He would not
trust himself to speak of the event, at suoh a moment.
It was the reoeoue of the diplomatist, Speaking, in
his discourse, of the qualities appropriate to a Min-
ister of Foreign AfltiBrs. he ends by saying "in short.
he should pot cease one moment imthe twenty-four
hours, to be Ministerofl Foreign-Afiairs."
Very respectfully your obedient servant,
, Watshiogton, 27th July, 1838. J.L. M.

Unlversty ot .Natgre,
After Europe haschanged its languages teoo times,
the terms of the material revelation are unaltered.-
Does Africa janhher in a thousand ruleless languages?
DOes Asia forsake her venerable tongues? Is Ame-
rieta the modern Babel, forming a new race of lan,
gouges, from refuse of thp old 4lailbea. Nature
change 'net hes; *e owns no authority, she suffers
'no provincistitii in her universal speeol). The larks
now earol the uine song and fi the same key aa
..I.- A A.3 4..ah 'nat ,-,,Idl a ,anre tnrsA oar. in minka






y'' \

SNaples is a town which offers to the traveller
every enjoyment he may wish for. That Venice
of the Mediterranean p.easel rapidly from serious.

^^ rut^ of h ration ltnei eW -
At a dinner given to Mr. Ewnrt, a wev;ly me#
chant, and the ex-member for LiverpoMoiere wei
present several Americans of distinction,who wer
I am happy to say, received in the kindest mat
ner. ,
The"Ghairpan, the member for Kilkenny, ga'
"'TherUnited States of America-JMay4 we ever I
united in the bonds of peace and amity."
This toast was received with rapturous a
The Chairman next gave the health of M
-"F. 0. J. Smith, a member ot the Coangress of th
United States."
Mr. Smith, in returning thanks, said: "The gr
tification which he felt in witnessing such afiectic
for liberty and America, cold only be knownI
the traveller who was permitted to drink at th
fountain head of freedom. Americans never fo
get that the sacred rock in their own country
which sent its thousand streams of freedom ov
the land, was first smitten by the inspired arm
Englishmen. He hoped the two countries would
continue forever united in the bonds of friend
This last sentence was received with lot
There have been rumors of a war in circulation
but the authors of them arf persons who think
would be to their advantage if such a d seaater we
to occur. The rank, wealth, and intelligence
the English nation are one and ail most anxiot
for the continuance of peace. Indeed,if the opini
of the masses in this country, upon the insigni
cant misunderstanding relative to the Northeaster
boundary line were canvassed, it would be foui
that they would much prefer that the British G
vernment should at once give up the disputed te
ritory, rather than risk a war. I repeat it upon t
lerably good authority, that the English people a
most averse to hostilities; and further, that the be
informed upon the subject laugh at the idea of evi
the chances of war.

VIxXNA.-The following is extracted from a s
ries of highly interesting letters from Europe, no
publishing in the New York American:

BoSTOsN, August 29.
n, .Anoher Pleasure Fxcursion.-We have heai
it of a pleasure excursion which took place last wee
re that eclipses-any thing of the kind we have heat
of of for some time. A party consisting of seventh
us five persons, of whom more than forty were ladie
on started on Saturday last from Cohasset,in the sloe
fi. May Flower, on a fishing excursion,and proceeds
rn to a part of 8cituate called the Glades, at which
nd place they arrived, and a part of their numb,
ro. landed about half after four o'clock P M. In abeo
Dr- two hours after this, there being evident signs of
o. squall, the portion which was on the rocks hurrit
re as fast as possible to the shore in order to get bac
ist to the sloop. But they had only one boatand con
en sequently made slow progress. After three, boa
loads had gone off, it commenced raining, and ti
four ladies who were left behind, with the sari
se- number of gentlemen, proceeded to the near
house, leaving.six gentlemen to wait for the boa
These six gentlemen, as soon as the boat came, g:
into it just as the squall came up, and were drive
ill with tremendous rapidity by its violence toward
no the rocks.
in Fearing for their lives,'and the swamping of tl
'is boat, they sprang upon the rocks, and were, fi
in safety, obliged to throw themselves down flat, an
th one of them was thrown by a wave over to leewar
eB into the water, where he found some shelter fror
it- the hail which accompanied the wind and rait
re It is said that the hail stones were, some of them
ig as large as bullets, and came down with grei
ig force.
st After the squall had passed over, these gentle
at men, by great exertion, bareheaded, shoeless, an
re coatless as some of them were, proceeded to th
of house spoken of above, where they cou4d not, i
it spite of every entreaty, or the offers of pecuniary
e reward, obtain even a shelter.. The whole number
n of the party on shore, including'the four ladies,thei
went to the next-hovse,at some distarice,wlhere the'
d were hospitably received, and entertained through
e the night,
1, On Sunday morning the shore palty proceedeI
" to Cohasset, where they found their friends safe
s The sloop, it appears, retained on Saturday nigh
k to White head' and the ladies and gentleman go
g safe oni -shore, and arrived soonti after at ("ahasset
n completely drenched with ran, and sea-water.
t The pleasures of this party, as reported to un
Must have been unique. While the storm was inr-
Sging the party in the sloop got down into-the cabin
but the doors of the companion' way being 'hung
and not easily replaced, the rain washed in torrents
e down the stairs, and in a few minutes there was at
least two feet of water on the floor. Beniches, bon-
nefe, hats, shawls, and every thing of a light na-
Sture, were blown overboard; and, on getting on
I shofe, the ladies and gentlemen, one and all, were
obliged to wade through the surf for some distance
losing shoes, tearing frocks, petticoots, stockings,
r and pantaloons, in a most beautiful manner. The
patty, however, wound up very pleasantly, and give
much praise to Captain Orcutt, of the sloop, for his
skill and attention,-_ Courier.

A curious personage called Watson, the calcula-
tor, lately died at Buxted, England, miserably poor
though possessed af an intellectual reminiscent
power truly astonishing. A Sussex paper, printed
at Buxted, says of him: -'
He can state accurately where.he had been any
day for the last 30 years, what persons he saw,and
what he was about. He lived for many years with
an uncle in this parish, who was a farmer, and he
would recount the quality of live stock bred du-
ring the whole of the time he lived with him; to
whom they were sold, atid the price they fetched,
He has been often asked to state on what day of
the year EasterSunday was for a century past,and
has never been wrong in his. answers. The birth
days and ages among George's acquaintance were
as well-known to him as themselves, and he has pf.
ten raised a laugh against single ladies of a certain
age, by stating the day of their birth in company.
But one of his favorite amusements was to recount
the number of acres, amount of population, size of
the church, and weight of the tenor bell of every
parish in the comnty,,which he would do without
making a mistake.

At a meeting of delegates of one from each
Company of the different Engine and Hose Com-
panies of the city and county of Philadelphia, held
on Friday evening, August 31, 1838, at the Wash-
ington Hall, (Kereson's Chesnut street.- between.
5th and 6Bh streets,)
- GEQ. K. CHILDS was appointed Chairman,4
and William Rowland, Jr. Secretly. "
The meeting then proceeded to an election for
Chief Marshall and two Aids, to. conduct the pa
rade o. the reception of the United Fire Company
of Baltimore, on the 12th September 18?8; when
Mr George K. Childs was elected Chief Marshall,
and William Rowland, Jr- and Jeremiah W. FliCk.
wir, Chief Marshall's Aids. ,
The following resolutions were then adopted
Resolved', That the-Escort be composed of 11
members 'from each Company, to appear fully
equipped with the equipment of their respective
Companies. .
Resolved, That those Companies not represented'
at this meeting, and who intend to participate in
the escort, be requested to send one delegate to tie
adjourned meeting of delegates, to be held on Fri.
day eveningSept. 7th,1838, at (Kerrison's) Wash-
ington Hall, Chesnut street, between 5th and tth

r. "Vienna is the very "pay# de cacagne" for a
True devotees to the pleasures of the table; and
where on earth does one see so much feasting
-f public as is practised by the good burghers of th
.-gatronomic city. In every direction, both within
i and without the suburbs there are restaurants, wil
large gardens attached to them, wherein one seo
thousands of well dressed and orderly persons sea
ed in groups around smalltables, covered with pio
white linen and. ea Fulrniture,and, withal, smokir
with savoury viands and teeming with sparkling
wines. Among others, we visited one of the mo
famous establishments of the kind I eversaw-i
one time more than five hundred persons wen
seated at those tables, in pairs, and in parties
from four to twenty persons. We were told tha
frequently the almost incredible number of there
thousand individuals are seated at those tables i
Sthe course of one day and evening.
At an orchestra in the midst was a splendid
band of tusic, led by the inimitable Straus, th
greatest extemporaneous comFoser, on the violin
of the present day. At times this glorious "artiste'
t would improvise such' soul-stirring music from hi
r well strung instrument, that every knife and, forl
lay motionless, and at the end of each enchanting
strain loud peals of plaudits made the welkin
ring; these thunders of applause are repeated nigh
after night, as he produces his new and ever-vary
ing airs. Paganini himself could scarcely corn
mand, in London or Paris, a greater share of admi
ration from his single string than Siraus, the im
mortal improvivatore of Vienna, meerits from the
whole musical world, for his unequalled performan.
- ces on the violin.
I have been present, as a spectator, when Straus
has been leading the band, for thousands assembled
in the native waltz. At intervals, he would under.
take, with his single violin, to keep. the whole com-
pany tripping upon the "light fantastic toe" for
half an hour, all the while pouring forth a continu-
ous stream of new;" temporary music, until the
whole multitude woUk with one accord, make a
iar1afnd give vent to their surcharged feelings in
one burst of rapturous applause. I was never par-
ticularly fond of the violin, until I heard it madeto
discourse such sweet music by this sublime compo-
ser. His compositions are so new and pleasing,
and his varieties so agreeably surprising, that he at
one time lulls the seses of his hearers into delight-
ful repose by his
"Softly sweet and Lydian measures,"
then, by a sudden effort of his skill, electrifies hi8
auditor, as if to
Break his bands ard sleep asunder.
And rouse him like a rattling peal of thunder."
I never before felt the power of music so forcibly
as when under the influence of the soul-stirring ef-
forts of this modern Tinotheus Straus.

LuCK or FATALIsM..--At Tunis, by permission,
we visited the powder mahtfactory; it so happen-
ed that it took place after our having been pre-
sented to the Bey; so tat wA* were in uniform,and
to make the matter worse, cavalry uniform. On
entering the manufacture,we were rather surprised
at finding part of the guards quietly .enjoying their
pipes under the archway, within a few yards only
of many hundred weight of powder drying on
frames. One spark, carried by a sudden gust of
wind, would have sent them, us, and the fabric,
Heaven knows where. This is not all. We went
through the place with our sabres on, not to name
spurs. Same of the mules, too, working at the
mills, were shod; and very little attention seemed
to be paid as to- whether or not there were flints on
the ground. And yet, who ever heard of the ex-
plosion of a Turkish powder-milll At Tunis, at
least, the thing was nevir dreamt of as probable or
p ssible; and I was infokrmed, never had,in the me-
mory of the inhabitantsoccurred. )Go into an En-
glish store-room, and bheld list shoes, &c. And
yet, where has Dartford, &c. been more than once?

Tuknisa HoNRsTT.-An open gallery, extend-
ing along the whole qf'ie northern side of the edi-
fice, (Solimanie at Co stantinoplq) is filled with
chests of various sizes nd descriptions, piled one
on the other, and care ily marked; these chests
.contain treasure, prince ally in gold and silver,
jewels to a vast amoun,' and all are the property
of individuals, who in tha event of their leaving
the country, family misunderstandings, or from
other causes, require ae#ltaceof safty in which to
deposit their wnalth 'jach package being ac-
curately despribte, anA yqrpuloualy secured, is re-
ceived and registered atfSolimanje hy the proper
authorities, and there it remains intact and invio-
late, despite national ilovulaions and ministerial
changes. No event, however unexpected, or how-
ever extraordinary, is suisred to affect the sacred-
ness of the trust; and no.consideration of country,
or of religion, militates against the admission of
deposits as may be tendered by those anxious to
secure their property against casualties, On one
side may be seen the fetrme of an orphan confided
to the keeping of the directors of the institution du-
ring his minority on the other, the capitaL of a
merchant who is pursuing his traffic over seas. All
classes and creeds alike avail themselves of the de-
pository; and although .an individual may fail to
reclai n his property ioi 'tventy, fWity, os even an
unlimited number of yeam, (1 seal is ever broken,
or lock !s evep forced '' And despite- that this great
National Bank, for such it may truly be consider
ed, offers not only an easy but an efficient and
abundant means of suppl,, no instance has been
known in which the G veinnlaent has made an effort
to avil itself of the tseasure&'of Solipanie,
[(City of 'the Sultam,






'. 'I ;" "-': -1--,
.-r ,,VItt, (E-F.-Aug. 1 itil. *.
Ab ex pres has this nomobtireached here,bring:
ing Ibh intelUgence'n .jttba k made upon the:
train between Trader's Hill, Georgia, and Kettle
Creek. The wagons were returning from the latter
place; and when about fourteen miles from the hill.
they Were attacked by the Indians. One corporal
of dragoons and one private were killed; five mules
killed, and three wagons carried off the field. The
escort to this train consisted of only eight men, and
easily accounts for the occurrence.
The expedition under Lt. Col. Harney returned
two or three days ago. The officers with him were
Captains Fulton, Tompkins, and. Bulloek, and Lt.
Blake, of the. 2d Dragoons, and Adj Gen. Hardin.
Capt. Bryant and his whole company were left
sick at Micanopy. Capt. Tompkins and Lt. Blake
were dangerously sick at Fort White. The expe-
dition suffered severely, and penetrated places
where none but savages had ever before gone; de-
stroyed-two considerable towns.all the corn. pump-
kins, &c. &c. and surprised a camp which had but
an instant before been abandoned. They found
meat cooking, &c.

cib ^-. '*^' ?
a : OIUBASS, .t 0

0 ,8474tOver,- 36 39
1IM~iamua A" 1
0 Mortification '2 0'
Mania a Potu I 0
2 Old 4g3 2 0
6 Palsy 1 0
0 Sore Mouth -0 1
SStill Born 0 3
5 Summer Comiplaint 0 22
1 Unknown 4'
o0 Total, 118 43 75
3 Of the above there were
2 Underl year, 31,
1 Fnum .I- to 2
1 2 to 5 14
1 6 -to 10o
'0 10 to 15

Apoplexy .
Congestion of Brain 0
Chotera Morbusa 1
Consumption of the
tLungs 14
Convulsions 1
Caechexy I
Diarrhea |
Dropsy,-Head 0
Disease of Bowels 0
- Liver 0
- Kidne)s 1
Drowned 1I
Dysentery 4
Debility 0
Fever, Congestive 1
- Bilious .0
--Typhus 0
-Inflammatory 1
Hooping Cough 0
Hysteria- 1
Inflammation of the
Brain 1
- Lungs 0
- Stomach and
Bowels 1
- Bowels 1
" Liver 1
Intemperance 1
Inanition I
Indigestion I

ID tO 6U2
20 to 30
30 to 40
40 to 50
50 to 6O
-60 to 70
S 70o to 80
180 to 90
'o0 tal100
100 to 110 -


Carried Over 5 .9.
Of the above there were 11 from the'Almshouaw,
and 20 people of color, from country 2, which .ae
included in the total amount. .
By order of the Board of Health.


August 26
Sept. I .1

9 o'clock. 12 o'clock,. 3 o'clock
76 84 85'
69 7'i 78'.
77. 82 ,
71 78 79."
75 82 82 ,.
71 80
2 8 ,.4 82 ,

-l R ItIU ED ,
In Rumney, N. H.'on the 27th ult.'by- the Rev. Mr.
Tonkin. Mr. CHARLES C. CJAPMAN,of' this city, to
Miss VELERIA, daughter of David.. R, iey, of the.'
former place. / .

.. ;. IED '
On Sunday morning, JoDa ADAM BA-NuRDTv in
the 46th year of his age, after a lingering iline: -,
On -the ltat .iS RUDOLisW DEz .4" ,
His fnrneral will- take planes this day,' at 4 o'clock,
P..M. from his late residence, 216 Piue street. fli"
friends are invited to attend on this notice, as no pri-
vate invitations will be sent. ""
On Saturday evening,. eptember 1st, Mr. AJoiRox
CLAYTON, aged about 25 years.,
His friends are particularly invited to' attend his fu-
neral, this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from the residence
ofMr. Geo. Parker, 6 La Grange street, between t2d
and 3d, and Market and Arch streets. -"

PIiaadelphja Board of ratei.
Monthly Committee.
I... X M,'D LEWIS.

Letter Bags,
.t: the Philadrptiu Exchange.
Ship Monongiheta, H. F. Miercken, ;
SiM C fr ; /Liverpool. Sept. 20,
Stip Maneo, CrWford, .New Orleans. noon
aShip Hitah, Hammond, New Orleans, Soon
Brig Treaty Dunton, Mobile, won-
Brig Sisters; Coverdale, Savannah, soow'
Brig Taijsang, Pratt, Charlestn, soon
Brig Aldrich, Norgrove; Hamburg, 'Sept. 6
Brig Langdon Cheves, Harrison, -Charleston, soon
Schr Brandywine, Omram, St M ks, (Fa.) mmon
Brig Winm Thatcher, Hill, St. Croic, Aug.-27
Brig Fame, Scott, Marseilles, Sept. ,
Brig Finance; Stiliman, 'Port a n Prince, mea
Brg Backus, Barnard. Mantnas, Sept. 1U
Brrg Eleanor, Hall,r Havana, Sept. 9
Brig Arethysa, Watson,
Naebe, Grand olfh ioktbarg. { Met. Sept. ,
Behr Franklin, String. o bleon
sehr Orazabo, V-$ .I Mobei, soon
-Sar.h ttnhn w Savannah soon
Sobh White Oak, Wells, St. .Jbsephs, (Fa.) soon
OA11 Letteis jnteuted.zto be orvwarded by the Li
verpool Packets, and other vesols a dvrtNised ninth
above list, mai Lw lbfl ae t thereTgBi fjttec Office
up stairs, Philadelphia' Eicxhahge,"'and" dropped in
the Office helow.

penr of Phliiada.aaept. 4.

ohr Wmt Wil0n,. BRasker, 6 day s from Bton,'wtbe-,
mdze to VTho. Moore. a ;'
-Sehr Baltnimore, Vandlegrift, 2 dAysfroa Baltinai,'
with wheat, to Stairr & Moron..- -
Shr Cha, Piftamen. Townend. 5 days ota Rica '
'mond. withL ml. to i Wilson.
-Barge Sharp, Krfder. 06 hoarx frms s York, with
5zre so Merchants'lLi, o p-
BrigGem, .Eldrtdge. Boston, Grant &A Stone.
BSchr Ag. e, Sharp. Charleston, A Patton.- a
SBip Uberty, ettlDowefi, reportd (tra Canlon4dr
Ph ifad. wasi at aurtiu 6th Jne, having got intif
the 2d, leaky, distchg.-would I'v to caulk and coph
per.ck r .W h
Surp Celehist, Knight, eaitd fronm Liverpool, a
July, h r Phiada., in eh wrih Trehoat, at Beaet

on aa. m r a ;-.. ... .. .. ** /- .. . .
Barque.W George oHenry, arrived at Baltnmire n
Sunday, fronl CoqTuLb,ad J ," spoke, 3d Aegust.-
lat 3 18 S. long 36 03 W. bkrioet;,kChrisiopher.
52 days f rom n Valparaiso, for Pbildslphia-the Lark
had touched at Pernambuco, and left on the lt Alt-'
Barque Madeline, iteveneo, at Kinestoni, 13h uit.
dismchg. for Trinidad doe Cuba,
-Brit. Espeleta Brevoor. at Kingston, 1th uL- wKar
bound to Moneego Bay and Trinidd do. Cuba.
B Srig Sylph, aiede fat Boston on Thursday, for
Fbilad. -
Brig GwgeLilttefield,eleared at ?tiland on Wed
-nesday, for hbiliad,
Brigs.Empress. Littlefield; Pactolus Hapkia; sehrs
Sxw JnglUand, Crocker, Margaret.Wihiams Cashier y
Burt;, Hellespont, -tone; Lenity, Ssaplos, Packet'
Harg Argon nO Republic. eaiaia, heo-r at Boston
on iat1ur"a.y. .
Brig Wo M Roges. Taylsr, uesed at Hoston on
Satuday, for Phllad. .
Brig Pltia. Fenthress. 11 days froM Attakapas -n
for Norfolk, was spotext 21st af. lat 24 98e .oag
Bri 'Pirpt1M. WUade, beac-n.9 Provi4eoee, 30th ult i
SSclfu frombroke. Clark; Queai; Crowflhl Wav."
Crawqll; Albert, Hamilton; Arliva, IJowes; Lion,
Baxter, and Everett, Studley, hen=e at Boston on
7linrodajr ,,^ ., .
nifope, Giflbrd, &M Ostrich. llis, wentlo
SeasIteraCharleston, 2&h ult. for Phdiad. I I
Schret)antel Baker, Baker, and Respir, Knowles
hence at N'ewport, 27tb u it.
Schr Hard, Jones, he'ee at X Bedford en Thprs
dhScahl AeM Hale, Ardey, at N N rtk on BAiur.
day, from Mobile, W -1
bohr Argon. Howesecleared at B;ston on saturday,
for Wilmington, Del.
"Behr Orator, Crowell, kanee t RihAmond on 3w.
dar, for Philad. "
SChaibeest hines 'it .flihmnndl anI

.- DO r" OCKS- -
fRAtba Qofbyocn./'
[ jie~10ptunem 2i. *>
RnaeUTED Ut Tfl natiiof Tflfl
p100 State fives 1188 '- 104
44 do Girard 11aA -5
50 do do cash 51
50 do Exchange Bank Piuts SC
100 do Kentucky Bank 9:
5 do Planter's Bank Miss 91
-12 do New Orleans Gas 2S
$300 Draft on New York 100
106 do Girard Trust 25
10 do Schaylkill Nat 164
68 do:Stonington RR. 60 da B 6(

... Se. ptembe-l,. 1838,-
In the City of Philadelphia, SouthwMark, 'ortAh-
ern Liberties, Moyamnensing, Penn Township
and _-naingten,.'
From the 25th Aug. to 0the leIt $ 4

On Wednesday evening, the l92 uf8qpte- r, 138,
at 7 o'clock, wMl be .old at de .Philadgib ex-
change. the oTtpwingtesecrib4q1 mcri.oletbnd
So ACRES of Land in Fairea ---ttlfp.
.v 216 acres,80 perches, i FiziM- ownshlp.
a02 o4e, 60 peahes, -.t "a -.
SThe taxes hayr been j4 to 138.i T go lA nd
athe lnd of the Jbest quaety. Ech tft &M besoM
separately. ,' w, I PA tMAN,
sap 4-dis *. A. ppbneer.
T URNER & FISHER FnorfT r Bhaethve
just received per Mpdiator, at N1w ork, the
following now Pieces: ",. ,
SThe Iron Lion, Grow.ea of Blarney, ntk Poiaie,
B.tish Legion, Naval Engagwaern., RM Coace.-
astms, The Miltoniana, Soldier td ii.rh Ab-
-setee, Fair losmtmud, Vagrni'tpnd'is r ily, Day
Stan Inn. Nauue. & CLaiU 6 11h*6.. l" tf ead
Lamb, Three C Jerk-,. King andCtirj rBoe tr,
Sbfilder'4s Hovel, What have f Dorn- b all'the
new Pieces isaul from the Lpdo&g..iqj. together
wVh the largeek assortment of sza4Md .lays ad
Formes, to he had in America,. wbole.t amd retail.
sep4-dtf --, .... ._ ,:, -.a
TAhe Year 360k.
K AY 4- BROTHER, 122 Chee!l$9eow 4th,
-K have just Hceived-*- .. 3'
The Year B@Bo or VMq#. f0 7L Refer-
ence; arranged inasuch a manner .;. Bmorable
events of each day in the year jiy b at418ce ascer-
tained; from the London edition, wit nwisou edi-
tions; edited by B. B..Cidwards, in'f r. 0fth enm-
vinga.. .. ... 4--dt

COLLOT'&- 0 '-.
Premch: Grawmusr& E~*ekea
JUST published by LAY4&BRQT% nJSCIZS.
S. .st, bolew 4th.- -...,,.
", Progremive FrdncfrGrBar andaEetaoa ahe
basis of Levnfte's PrensahGrauntei,,4jitwar oC-
-prisang on a plan enutely origiae ... .
l- lt-A iab:e of-althe irreguJar,"Ie.jti'veverbs
in the French Language. con.gq1tej1 7.al I 'e
a are Itable Ito rregutariae.S S l |
2d-A. termuintional voahalaryg. 4cqpLcised in 11
pages. whereby the gender of e.pry,xWa may be
pr mPtly and certeam:.ly.. auieno
By A. G. Oolct, Prokiessr ofj161Wem o MXagmar
in one handsome volne. beund t" .a.c wth te
other volume ifCotlot Progresive Fredoi School
S eries. .- -
AlsoJ uNjprie
SKey ltothlBaerca" 1o oll'a Lyw s Frenea
Snuimar, by A G: Ca*16* InteLxe yee St-
'parents, and thse wto are a tudying Fre a without
ct nstruceoYr, z| oue wruia ae, 8o wewpa4 CoWlS's
-V The aboes veluWt e"tpl]WaCrs Pam.-
ive French Sehod Sermas. Th. lo" works are
comprised i tb.,Sedsam. ..
:" y^-d .ceiine"-'*^_-^' -- _r -ia-ai--' BIWCT.

Qet' ions. . -

SThe .bore Woks are respeatfeUyltesa Red
-tepublied-a Ifjfe,46fd~particulay eexaaa
.on of T Pe.agr'md .ureats; i F It ib r .oatd ml be.-
lelve o thas g.res amp* t .o t- aun.
rhent of p.tfiie t p5 a the ,am
Quotpations Ril~-.a^Wang>|Msff -n

Th agoe e andr tharey feser a, a ee.qqpeedd Weo-
ne epawtaCy Wa.ee the-ry
f cearkig, ..e.r. .ae .rWe a

gmg' an t e b -.dn -e se-
no ict rpenamemnaan M t.o study
pobli&? '^ *. .-.h,^tz .-cdt
Positive aIal oft6rt(itaw.
Pursuant to inrbl wieAendI'll 4p0m f Getre
Lotaback,4daieaaedti 1JrdIaflpbiO sale -
or tw-nds., dfltbVte Vidqphia Etanga. e
Wednesdy deninjg; Sept.I -1l0 S 7 o
lock, 7 -
*S AhceiW Ire mea
Mi and2004
ataw thene 4 andat ~(or

,....Cohclmn.io -B nifi lm W1.
training in f reator braIdt on 'tbp. *4eet,.
40 (et, ae i-
megthe or less, Ib he wirdO&lo b=s ost. &w

ito te on aft -uai, e a oe&h-k be-

Also, a ceoTa h'yearly. reut charge or sumaof
twelve dollars, lawfil meebjy *t. cf lhimm, pars-
hip half jeaily eBtho firnt day of May sad Mpe.
lAt; irouing out aicJsbsr riJh lot
dgeod allsqSit.

stwai Fifth etrtee.% to "t.- -hag betwa
Osaitacore or t dea aed 2ethL4qhmksInk, Is
tCattac dotirs, JaWT~s pgq ^~i a.

theino'infy ofutJ71"Ohmws omesm front or
nnii l *ad htle TNA aim -1 1 1.a &MA i'

L.. ,

0 50
3 100
8 100
3 30
oi 100


*- 5tHfm fB

No. 10( Walnut street, Philadelphia.u A
sep 4- iftO
T .HE subscriber wishes to have immediately, three
or four good and steady WORKM&N, to work
on the various kinds of work attached to the buinis
-2ne in particular to luhake Bras. Bound Wan-to
whom constant employment will be iRiven.
eda.... JOHN T. IloBERTSQ!
Cedar Cooper, NoZ'20 rinorth n IN.l
ept 4-d4t Z. Baltimore.
ft1?The New'York 'Sun wil pliasb inert iW
above to the a Qntofo, e dollar, and charge Pea-
sy t v an iu n *' :. 4'. "" : :
Exchange on New Ywqrk
U"iOR mle, in sums to ait purchapfa..UKP
AJL "ROSB&T T. bgS t.
spal4-d3t -. .:. 76 ah3tre.

L ~ LexinTton. 4hJy.en
L E-SLE COMMlE, -a Uzxinton, KjiadRT,
H9N y C. COONS, of Vi Ib __uT, AbsMp-
pt, have entered into the practice of the b4 1i con-
junetion, in the o _*eof Miasimippi. They. pme-
tice inixhe Circuit'Court ol ihe countve rwoarren,
Adam, Washitgsmon,Hiadet, Yaso, and MhdiMno,
and if the highb-Court ofrrora atud A pea6. he Su-
perior Court ofCtiancey, and the U 8. CuarP t Oart
atJacikson. ., I !:, .
Claims for ndnesidentsa over' wil coltleet-
S itn the United States flrCopnit- w oidale reed-
ingin any countyin the State. Tbey .WtIV Io ar-
range and collectclaims without sui. when required.
All business 6ocfided to them will b- semnded to
withth eir usual pdnetuality' andetuqialified prompt-
nsa. Mr. Cooni I. iow- n the Cay, kbt*iH remain
fora few days, *t ake charge of any that may be
cesfided to them -frm thbia pace. )J,'wflitbe found
at the U, Stat.,AItel. where he wl be pleMsed
to see thore w uffave busihneu they wi endd
Sto .'- ; '* .*' .- -
For the infbrxaationof those who are us ~quaiat-
ed with as, we beg leave toref r to-. -,
,Richard Ashpurst 4, Sors; C.Ct)pkC&o;Aoha C.
MartinhAlexraler-Ful tsnnt, S. W. 8eztW t Co.
s. p4- d3t .. ......,
: .IN. O.TIC I E
JYHRE Auditor Wp.ired- by ihe Orphans,' Court
toaudit, aettl and adjust the account"of SU-
SANNA LATIMErR. deeaaed, Executrit'of the
'Willof Thomas Latimer, deeelsed, s saatdad 1re
.by SuManna. L .Bouvier. ExecuLrl tri"tp.iitH of"
said Susanna Las!iet-4-J aseaf, wilt hittld at hiM
offica.&&dcti*trgthe i duties of his ajplntient, at
the'South-west corner of Sauomatqd 7wrstreetf. eim
Monday a ITha dty of September, at 4'oa'6c6. P. M.
where s all persops .irnteed are requested attend.
*su*4:-eodt .. -
fOTICt^r' .r'
K/-EREA4. ROERT H. HNOtKLIo, f the
W Vlity ef Philadt'lphia, Jewbll).. hb 'deutum
4ated It of September,.him assigd alf i *. Est ate,
teal, persona) ad t mixed, to te juberenber, 1 trumt,
6r the benefit of s creditseor na a ,ismahere stipual-
ted that the cerditers inclue4 ? the hfrd d a un h
class, shall exa' tV a gonefat RleShiIlmmod.
tq ,he said Robert H. Hinalgtefap, ipt of No.
member, 1838 at 2'ocleckt, P: M. -. ,
- Nontice is hereby. given, that' tee aid Amenment
and Heleaqe are lelft for examitaation t tiaid Re-
lease for signariur, at No. 74 trinrtih-d wet
JOHN P.'WILSW Aw ee for
saep 4-t 1RO1 0 -H.1fKAlMY.


On motion, Committees were appointed to make
necessary arrangements. .
Adjourned to meet next Friday evening.
GEO. K. CHILDS; Chairman,.
Williamr Rowland, Jr. See'ry.

The democratic citizens of Middle Ward met on
Wednesday evening, August 29, agreeably to pub-
lic notice, for the purpose of appointing delegates-
to attend the Democratic Convention, 'tobe held at
Reading, Sept. 10th. Mjchael Nesbitt called th fe
meeting to order, and on motion, the following citi-
aens were duly appointed to represent the Word in
that Convention, viz:-Michael Nesbitt, Martin
Summers, Jos Caskey, Lewi Teeee,Caleb Dob-
bins, Francis Dougherty,John Pagatl,John Terney,`
Peter Laughlin, Christopher Dunn, H G Freeman,
W J Leiper, John Wilbank,Jeremiah Jones Hugh
H Pugh, L Robola, L C Judson, Terence Tuirner,
J V Sloan, J L German, George Fox, John M'-.
Grath, John M'Allister, 0 D Hedman, Patrick Le-'
vy, JohnHanasey,'Sam'l K Trainor. '
On motion,. Resolved, That the, proceedings be
published in the democratic papers, and the dalu-
tion have power to fill vacancies

* -.' x +-+ v= ...... .. '" '-', .l.'.+ *m" # T h ++: -> ,'+ + ., ..+ : .' :+ + ,.. -/ <- *
.ft + ''n6 -. *? +. a" -- +,'I S ;:. .1. + + -. ++. :, A o
**fWl^MMMCna., wirKl.q. .9 irsRtlPOP ;. JBEO TO BALTIMORE9*ae vAifl~ ilalvA
.d P+em Htes 50 cents. e ,Wesday em g.t e3. .. 4 mg.. ,
.+- .g[ Te sllli~fiNOR, Captain Kingsberry4 Dow agfesaU, hailfp,7-"flw, enceal8prei~itey, ..s'-..7. o-w beold 1h.a -^ "+"'- d L By TI X11 cIl* Jl. *." + .
S" -or f t -- .. .. .. -? o. ,. ,. *' : I* Ss" t' pB BS --y .A .+:t.". JV",44. *^ a-- -- *"4
!*) +? .'l -" .r..J~ rehA?4LFS 17.4 1). .. ... PARSOi -hr Sii ,ighta- ...... T _fth, p e,' 4_b W.fl. know t+i. S^ T" :-+,AeoI-Ttr aw4%.- imabltWfe ^ .-., _rd
... a *. A jo+S thv- barVas e Js. ai bidtgh tretthe es w ^-,8,,, ." wen r te on LRICN.IRS
,,+" .... .-EVE*,NINO SEPT 3 4'1838 H: r e. r e, ^t- BA MIO lt ,o'AR.I ,BC. N100, tandpermloabyto
Red ,06 fist d... -.. .The. B r ewery.. ..p. ...... p k .. .. ,-1 -V + .... Th1s 1
._++',V .V I tDrH + CajaaIr,. ,; .. TOM V N 6a fe, a.. fmrela. all the apparatus in, eteellett work,.. .. 16Mi/. term. .s moii
_-A'J, the' SO@,M' t 'Ju... 0'order The i ?u0t# uI A .E.... sad On WW a r A "tHto bl^1tu1 P'11t VALES"1
lie V-^ je -ef*R'Tst I i(rton VLin r UKncrge.lX W T.M tEN.^ ^ pemt, tctr ?in i, .9g P I'L:I ANt, Capi. leaa4a *a,+k ...( ..+ok, -. .. HE s r H-teamboat Roe Morrts-amt COld ~.a, m++,..,, ,... .
+.., .a .c .6faehed [+ the p~ los le twoii y hopnk. II am n +at 610 6 o t e l
+ Fo fre Ita + -with. largoreso o ejm -ou w m + g and ex- .L w".+ JrVe ++ ++ O t m
*.. rXH ,(V^' ,bove, o. r aop!y W4+. ,, -- will leave Chesnut street wharf every orn .
........- U A ND ta fe~isive-back bwlm ; theria-enew buildift, -in 91.. ..1mS'V z n ..0bl sgr
JAMES fANO, -onMrL Fa t .. i + ,++ .. g- ng, at 7 o'clock, arriving g Baluaore at early din- 'T'
,,.W "w. m---+bl' j& Peleresbur ',.Va ^ '^^ ^p ; i^c ofle ^o^,^+s+.,.+'+ +,''mrv t+ ''a+ : +.- ... rHS^ S^ ^heON L t stle, t A. la. k- Tis morn'ag,- th aucio .' e^ s +dopea te.

uii l i .. ..^.. f" R A MIS LE i.n.l wi~~~n~ oa Weneda ......in. S~tme l l88ataf even i ly, (ecp udy afps cizotw, .pmfaa Iofa goeedtwito eriten s of ....
v. .'- ^ ^ n d Li e fr A z U .K o P r 1r; e am tee mr n II t t. .. R' II I l cha +e .+ f ar in e' L" .. ve l Hr+o h 2 pair su ero sp in ""a >a l^ +1^ ^^g -
.,- -_ -^fA ^ T i^ .~: .ll j1 1. 1 .. L Al~at ti~tm m ugado t -US All OTgagM a t e thearnaeftemm2ge rio^e + __ w .t da .a< ethai lath air do~e ,do platin.seda0n, .. .. ..!^
. .!+ T9hfi3,bf~ mfczu m -- ^^ : _.h (Ser manlow't rnpk aro d;/ -e ow +hi Yorf ar reingt dsatce| dalymr atneaDyo ur- tihe p nad ae tdoK o ybaetf mrenh er, 10 n mahogan +mb,. ._ A T
"+ *jlUhL n, cppr r- P t etelb e ct,. ..g..n ingood at a." "lak at "lie ag 5 d +_ ,okn cb atI- .... mhe d b 1 T i ,m orni

.'~1 ,h nW *f otwl i s.bv.o h ^ fet~c xeli aallws -Phe stamoa road, Dais wil lev ChesAN. s treet ayttett oa*1 atbakwlntpe a
k.tc~fftr>-..f.. Cortcn '!!Eeig.-Wdisay aatt^ ,^ ^gP"'6 h whald daily, (ecpt Sudy af hta lf-past I 6clc kI stoe, will^ beraM Sofd bn T.D MNG
A I .V ... .^ ,,... A E HA D 29 83 ... -:. ha _r. ___f..-. ..... .. .^ ..- ... .. ..... ... .. ^ > .- U -. ... +,. ... ..- -_ ~tr ~ i/l r
g .,jei .Fur P p i, lS .r iprieor t mena en tr..r< ; e A Ord toOit .'er mti oad. a ths ut a h t rt .nrisi toned g mand n ather Stoc.kc e Tn _

^^ ^ ^^ wtdmif- CFareen in "eir ve4r $4 bene e veni n r el w the a t Jo t.P t e b gi u,-,t a st e t n te ST. 2,N smo l
.A.ll.*. .M -E Ai It C A 1% ng, e S ...W 5. All .... Inewing e ep and lot 1W All ..gag ... the .vASSE& .s L with damask a. cloth

.'^ J1 (,"S &- ,l. ."' sanu-- alt- P---t-i-Mh, ^ i.,^noh ry s ee t groa ath is' oM he n fntu- aideex ,vi.. Mchtf opftn ant re qua nk

s Z'ef"aw .nM- t mBa~oe v"^^'*"^ "' -1 .-"+^'*?1-' ,",:=: I. .... RB r, .: ...... "lrnn rr "t ly ... *+i Hau~ da}ags doI -: ...:.,,, ,Clogne+
"9 r ... in e *d g- towshi of, -,-" Freight d,11.h daily Jt. Pounfm ,
/g~ lz~m e f e ++ eC id mda if r0 o fadof bo P --Pt ... pai bnlhack to ned.. .

-A- A a ... .. a memo .d W AND de.mc.r .. i -",ctou n t^ ^ fot d O
... a brated _anorainie T Nor ednce esda ve g, bythe
ad TBaWouPh ha ..... Of t s m '- ba aoayd auI -- 'of a e e*4 Ia".

.aMRl W^ rr. ..- rt.ft. huf.vne 'are ofts erlhertn*.dmn, fir:re. .ance' t Vclawl h t ree at, mm. ^iS~g ..IL IOh +"Il~ra ewO RKFVEp S Jlag.. LARGES? ev. Tde crAt1.0.coakfor the aun
arikii* '![N~ /%,_.+lh ef~e m pr~ae eeuvlf~ titd c .. te"" ki g* tiaafe wit the staidom~ oip4-. tc gls s,.-. Fra+oun+.+hmt a

.+ __ a- 'f L :F h x W <) Jwe *P I+E ^ ~i ^ ^ C ~ . .' ". lI ms aeen rct' iuae nBeitAu ...++.. 'A ldo -datt o-Seo, ewilby3 d NEdo tesec.. g
non. o .+. In+ SBK: y pp I_.he po p S ehuylkirlty street hm oin nd 6de'd:mM -- +..- .+ M a, eavi'g C e m gwhfe is. e by -'thesande var ptrn ra

:- "T "ajyg^ '-.L n k.d-,+ .a, i mt~y0At the plraceoSA8A ofghtyi bae ginnng, stzot tIe I. Is, ..... bor. with arbl to W T t a
v i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ A m atn df^ '- r ^ .'a ,p o f P h 'd l t w i th b i s h ip -P nn .B leoethtoa g ro n d er he a stw a r $ 6 2 S Qnf a c o* p a y a- A 9* h e' I l'yB 1V i b u0 ore au s O f il a nd t u e d w t n 7 n i l o t i 9 p a n a r n 1 Mr w h n
,a t ., rawitm~ sc rW H T OA~ K, 6!r. For opa.-,ui-um nner.efJern to.bi.ll. ..ofTWW ,8y; -a,-..g 31- .i, -A .. -,..e-.-. ]Fa" ti..Lon .flki.: 43 .. .

--n I .. s,, ', ,t ''ata, mr"W. 8kW lstBa~rit'daraJ-n hledpaad btteiup le.- -." _~dt.of. n FREnAN n. "oiiwr by -run ....^^ ^^ A .ai ofur elegant pts oee c. lo -on. anl~ d ea l othersdmeognd t
f^ ^ ^8. Wk D B M K S T do a h an o an or r of lhe Orhn 4-.if-tf h a : b- ... ... .. ae .n. ..

K+_-s-' iP .. ...^ ''I Eii Pn .IN I.*G i. t trl- el ti-a ,,' At.e~e at the auitonna rat wie yIdntr ae d dy herse 7, years .old .... ... .n
..p.. -- ,^ E- olt ln +0 a -atu ra H s od o a ubh3 reo rded atm Phdt adert ianve I brilng o .t le r .ind of rw 1 l ,,r. 8

..... .1t +lfeet,an h.W eL tl p^ roHlSlAea .,,ri^ th ^ ^ .. -^ + IS^. .. ^ .
.J. .Aa rai a.n.a..C, port .^e t. n i t hO W ednesd ye v, lof emaa 1e9 HO, 1U38, at hal f .-by -.- '& ....-

^,,t1^ ^* W .S B ert~ r ates *imed + JohWM c ;the "'t Care+-atr and wit ag. -. enthoed messaen ing, .. on'he.n antheie ,ugm1--^tf. ^, ^ ^ A-t.:-o.clo.k at theolwm.t.oka- auctio st. r ... .-_ .^+ll TilliB~ante *.
,*^ "a .^ ^ ^ ririghflmof~tefth- past+o, 6o o skion-k b h he did e at roe the atdwmall. hoeth it p l .oDl h to un tysuor aneh ^ fO. .* -. &1.anned o n bt C
+ .. A eusgeTatd val ot o r ground swthae the bouild ..a. .ro. ..... p140 .
ma-^ 1...i ..... a. "a_ .'*rD, wker tf./ntmhae droer.) sid IOGran40d Ht-e L0 OL FeoNITUR. HOU EHOLD E UAT J

;"- .PI _wr -" w. twwai tWunuli.es col Paiptinvity of ing uo his fa-'er.' me"g -wr o unipern beis,ret"nh priagio< hiard elpia On S.=.+ me. .. aturd'-ay mo-rning lnextm, .. W, I;L27w. w i-,,
S ,* ^.;t S iiaftiB nd on wil h .de a d ad vant ag e i rtde Jvh ig- _. -- .. .wll.g.. S A Ce W L +K Hc .+ .+-A IFuar j ,- d w ith f".ea h a w W n or dte t 06 feet sw r fro m C A. east siden io
+ ,. 44.ejI r^. M ifo pnia:'-. *t; a 1,o"r, ro d E oibition fr oma9 in T he ,nr sa l Bna re s i n MHie o ,,t ., w f- -o +er. Scll 41t sre being 261"e Ji a Mar- A i n mR

Vi*^BaS&41 ^^ speddr Nnu hoeint, aidi asprormne. C aB^ aiot pipety ale.Se~~~~i an-in voEJo/f [
*. Cpt Claipo atS ft i. T. W.a^ L.-FREEMA^^ ^ ^S^ ^ ^ ^^ e. n agoda ent^
^b <* ri ty6^ *^y~~puoH ^ S haesof Birs e"ardranged aia Sue up one largeV stve ofo 144sptn, utbef ag
+ k" 'wi a w "f o e a t, ("' s O fi c e as e l.d~ l .ft n i t ot t ~ e ~ ffi c3. ... e..o..u n tt "j "' A p o F a n d 1 o f e o i + L O T H I N G

.-.+ r-._- nte ,*.. -lt'* St'at .em5-dt n: ; -" t", wt tN ixt fealbr0 i. h e use Idolnari a~lp Wednesdaooy stoeslg thith ofbo.t A Y """ r "'_, fo 'r b "t eoalo, ..... Also anassortm tofse c "d a
1 Die hq,,, their I = f~, I .i -I ... I ... -.,, + m.tm +wt b a.., 'o

+ +^ y., ^ .- ^hw^-S flrabf .... '.- .Pte S ntt ohe -ai + f + 'erInVa fo, m aU~ er, 8 ,a t num

.. hr sre...ug.. .df..:.. ..^^ ,9 ', |h pe s a t i e t a lote hador theee str rc H ko ldeofsad 'eeonni h to rond aosndm nt ... a8ot et o" aenies; I""'" doro ado w wood al -
10... ._ -By veiigte April 2gdsi and thr Orphans' Monda will beg at o lok unc w

i,. + ., +" ^ r .; e~ "1!";' .. :-" : "*+ J~Ui W~ We wlhsm ... .. wit a m.uid.p g.:rd e, _V "f tpHfurtherenotie +N you I wa Nt to im v carp et singand,- matting, n -a ,,s-wi l unee olds atrdu. t op,.dayl +tp VATn Vit'S"
WKa.,if .. .o 40n th Thr stree. ,b .' .TJ+ -I-ROASSI^^ 8 A F*-A -hhv -sret The owhoecn ehtre p oim eitlad., t A a, of Msaeniycntin dotp -. y Ha of__. edU R prAceg. W NT D +. ... Yor SAled wa oF w Rith ete
r ~ ~ ~ ~ 6 1.,west ravtes, Htr ~~sXrcn~rtesl x intl~ u treo ,evBennothab ing," "+ .+- +""
+'1-- -- .Pkndi,- g Nund ividedJ moet rfei n. al tha fd- rud o i t? eokad vwalram Aek paro eegatphe onee Wo,. As+vl ~ndeeaohre dh
"-- imm Oo lytllllh-baar .. d; an 0m t, ve, ortoTr a inin g bemye w t hier aboe cl ebatt e d .ts,+ A Rungf eme e a and weoto round, sitat on'th e stetaoreu on xetS n a th On* o'oc Faf re Monay th0 sn 5e d o Win l midnoe o !p ra/ oka d len Ae 1byh m ,6 yaso
2, 'W i+ i" .'" ji.",, for omf -lAde nd o a nd.f&dverj' Van,2g u '' "" "" g ~etwJhLhnLPrnta :Im -.~tf *' e s n ais rsigce. u ,cru, ua~gae g-f~-i'l:0 r+'-u:e--'-
aii.g.i~ ~~+gp1de edl a Grndl Histsori-_,* q of su atreet. edat t he ilstane tph tin+ed eat 29 An 'P.n lTow- lee1 idoflan,+ lckh

: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~a Pai ~i1 .g n ti$ ~rng b Piroth eauad, gb: e war oe otf+k Jgun10pger8,,:'n gstrtetosidWle hnti Wa.h ist the new-stsc'd boatlN UTO R. / ln rugthre uial
++.' ., :hP ,o.. d 0:~z ,ownr. .. !- ~olan, i.+le~ipie lm jetto yerlyenteh~ge fli'oot '~ e, 'a a oran..' Inum,'t eNort a'd ty# 1,f Staleyolt 4yarlopd iset
,O e.._r--a r -uriw are + k. r et -s"e o r 8 aale. -wt leav, Af- 17 ,, ,- : .. .
a,,.+, .b.. ..,,. ~~~IIP L ~ l l1 [ I yi! 120 .fooit ioth 4eOhP Ws .to ..an Also, nume^rou_+ ;+' ..'. lI8 opayhain ee ppits TutesmO sm on u~ iUR .P"7' oth.ec e... c'+

vn ... .... .... ;,B... ft .. ........ will ...o artin oieofda ory n +_I u...
tA,41* "U tete uA~ l" 0 60fr a t4 onuss 4&W ,aua an'Md ...... hi ask lev Brstl 6 6' c an .... ...... ... u omprtietn soaa maogn y ueuqmn n
.Xl*M. by, r Aln tmf ,t s-Lrd and Lor b Saf of B eat ]E ta e cu& tors Far ...r %wy2 .. .. ... brassur mountedai lm
W?, +, ,r~t hain Orabl Of ba d~r id rob ofA whtetini the anrP attituded of dee Order of th r 'Cutlsoking~a, i nv toi e ; hof eal an+tn ,ehr

6 w xi"sthe a~ group ofeijteeEcine:Te Iwe o As suero 0Stletoloedvncl
..., heirL wl b e arieas lle~ ed lre'-- au, rv st ved pars des foroThe pn#.fu2 19 own R al estab poe rty, law illMae a heirntrips, tuite tcmeeodsra adots,+ate t'-ine les ted

-m,,,,, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~-h propertymgel ri of Wingo anuadi 4e e ..' ... .".. "' d l:, C Ma, levn .. ...u at whaf -"ir, wies. "- -''-". ahc

"'"9 tar .ie situ... ~ e aoteantheN Wal sider of Deaare 7ton and .ny No 72 th Agent. '. g + f
Peao~ m~mn~mmeTf'h I B etRenASgk being0- nowhlf COUNTR BEaa r mn+ h...o,+,.co~.,,.gr .t++ .; i~ nm a. alb~ tpnsasf~hlbakstes ~,.teriue ,g~l~
AN. .. -) A M+ .. in+' front o"r breat on sai ,.-s'e 1 e ....h q AT ..,1 10 1 to 25 so of...n. sitsu[ r.s1, r0 t3l l
4*,t ., +r_ al,+ rM/ ndon- ftihfd eqal antag n h g,. t.+:Ure D elprtheeoneece.e n.t C iLn gtay. y 8-tfo arheet e+kgtl :wm odifnelwrd c a iaweprorad hmbre

,.. ~go _. ..Boroahhru rm ~ m ml r.:.wi 1h us i dept s em twar Mo aet eni strail .. .. ....` jvl l m ..... ....

-'-~~~~ -j Ah HAND'; nfo the^+ W'.-"Is"n ofl.,h walb odap 3--uttfue IF Joh R+ ... ... ,..-.i........o sotwr by grond o..+b an .. ... Y.,n d o otbdsedsn_ fahrean e- 8LrF U NT R ,C
'" 2 6 ark t't a ov 8 Fr oni Fffi fid -I an o e t v+, # anyis m fret rane d ,Qd, T o fi i samew pe miss wn onli ls ed cto ,w t p ns ,M sc r w n ,p o ith n li rose wood .+ .. .
1 _- d ; : ..., +. +. ... .. +i b F or ref re ncby, ap ly a th insotudated5 th...2d..dayt ,0aodl India ? e lr ot
.~ ~ I Ac joectbm~ es Ao- yearlya r-epnt'to1hietrw-ct, OfienftePenyvna-0 mhud~~eletd e m hl~a aay $odrrc bIht ateconv- tor o4 Mrkub eulld#n'reet,
....~ ~ SIN JOH IN TH '99 T-- .... ... Or grun res of fqtoi dolar 80 cen payable "S adtn bdtedbds ls
.. ll~m 1e t o bo k~me~knWtd e l o6" e [ofede $ ~st.Jo n _ipazriaotL eh, ars_ ''_.afyary the t +f rrne ent, ehdapsofu Aprilaed October U ion. oe~ntivs gnr;antin Annut i e reas. Aersaldai te okn soekthnfriu .+'":

,, ,, QK.4 ai L mer; ortate pure strea gu shing fro al roo k,; t Isca sgs wihu deuto 1by 1Ae- On -- Wed. ..nea
~V -On of. the abv,* n indebted ,tosovm rai omdoe 0 1 at!Y WL eth n i efcty r tl ul teej+ e TeC e sapest 'narettirest rATS-i're-At o it'9o iea 'ie i, on.cc ,~zt,.-
+" + ( r, tMi *Nax 0T.M AKg ape.or..im0 di John wgnzu~as, -Coth u~~edwt Caiea'weitan d ~th" ai-gR rin- me tioned msan jsed g C o npethS e od& n.an~datheaoher:t mak thouediadty L lCN At~ -9 o'co-k oa.i ...." .-'~u+o+o mDta mt
co di ho e f--qi-_ald in. 6e'd o ki &ot i linan -e i #a'lbutj th oe o th lote JAME ENE.' r. and copa paymer, ant the offceofte c
ql % 111 Third wtret. "..sA havng an ". d + .9 b.t.. .... 04-. . RAheI premise i8 ny, Noder 72 Sout 3 .r d ed t st /i "pre-eet. iW ilelso ben consg me t a g on ass ot e ,of v nt n . _
+++' ~~~~~f FIC S OF C A_. PUA -+a '....t Dwpp ei ngw S1 'C | gs ,&. l deateno y.o ly fTaste. break feenelr nsie;saran nr ........
....AR WAt L A- ".ttals -fac ato eQ osl t 1n ze w
+,..."._i soe,Jw" poehie twlll* Gyp days. T. WILTA .+ P ,m, eont s efLoo w Fth EE-AN, Auctioneer .Ia' I dlteeoe,kn golat oiprv a sses; angrm d io n&atg l~,Ibesl trdc m ,+v
V~~summmtalr6mor o whiti~'nratre sati insn a+,Te h~enletrd ntmoae attiud of aep con. N T toC bit ttodro e ,-.u r a
+ . ".., ig" "-, be s-b di g fiel "n IP_ _t e o t a ,o p L H "+ p "' ''- ...

-:5+.^+^ .. :"i: -- "*/ ..:-
. -- W"- Ve-&

n-_^j^ ," ,' t_ a '' _+ ]. -''

. .... _t- n i k '. re al, d a By W ^ .iB ltr h

,, ,, ;. .,- .......W pt w
Wa. im ofG ..; .At 10 ot, *t he ,tore,
*+ : reaus, bedSteadlh Bmaho-By_ eCmdiablehs rush seat
SI.. ..... a ve M .ver 2 1pil pItures.
., large w do, ti~avye^ ^,sjftt a l lamp,
,,..... lso'.aMl~mvw* rikmlu ,^t~poons. '^
?. Ao 4i~k in6.aqbKfXji.je.
il n +tore/ + + ^ so .^ of 'maiejy ,a mBlttd-Pl r +
do r ito

lU~toonittu -./ M(I "^ ,' i. .. .L.f + : / :

nv hei sr e oa otrf D J m iB g *.. 'r ,y +,*.
At 0 a, diQ" a auction store,
a%^ sOUC+ fu l. b
la.. i .... TifiRM lam ,
*,^. 12+;. 'R ISgt ta R TbliotIIlM h+n.....
ciliri ii.i Von V N

action itpre,+ M > "olsm~lIw ~ 0ll .- fmeB||tlMlk elh,.++
+em; imk. yl., at+.. 6111p. o ..+\ ..,WVR

iD stoal imfa.er- +r, ^ whom..lr o sl win..mlM e ls, W and Pint,

or~ tio. no. lrm, d 'hI gc.Te

et, oft#* wharf N <-Pwimta warl t o fc--fejA .ofl,
8osaW grtosch Ortth.yd^^

say 4 ming 40 caIrJ' *A
Septmeribl 1fd^ fat th.- rqtion ~ b ot*p

+..., ..o ....,mcn lpmomt Btn& "lir^n. +
0ndr *0- T. Wk- will f wire w, in t 1Pm-
.. + +erer by whoii heir il an.d to-"
amun~ 3 4, wih 6ro tafl attendd 4, n ig IL finaladi is. p -j nn
SgSwarsod tke 0 s o

o lding t. wit 'O heP Lagnide o t ha'disk t o..ufm .o, pa "
ald be rtelwaone, p a'd "e- a -a o ha

':m~et+~ subc--ierdt .h b a io^ at 4^a.| .fo
irouted ihey- m ir n INF, last jlr.y n ..f ns ftyps .,edm"'f'me un
1gh ban i-ooi wih, a e i ae 'diacha/ d. by :..4 ....ti J.. ges
silver ,ountd; i ofv .th Ere dou t lp '.: -'" '''e'-...
, in'ol d oderiv Te ichl.a.v_,prg es wiel b6 tBd/. O ..etfe.lf tor .
foing ionr f ily the ny gltd pe orfwowr t ltflne; pe '' ." *^',- "
Nondhad Mongg= Cn RI M^PAn^

r Yok wago; lc isng yer, .Jf3arh.'Kelmm u h' tMMria
o h ess ethean leAt InFAL I fL R, B o t' l h.r
lr ane, h~ )* t O PByla.--..--

, -wnl"driv in al m P mofat*o e, of lh o k i.am W"ilt^ sC
oehars o nefted. dio incthe sytrem. It ismur h to es y i and
omis f um oie who pere.tton to dir iire 0rm ..
. .... HAI"t, or dou hl e withe fo a owe n mb e d ofy ars; fm tt-p 46ttem r
hackney I bL "? do 7 ub hin k thas f" 6_l. i
o r an d with id in thei o (hoe-la td!. 0 lonai e-
I o wiehan e ou. l histu re l dat o in g .this f ffpl ft { be a ( r
fold "ing t ." ing th. lse a thn Itud o ith "|is muh ..;t he .
c ,g ha+nd ti tbhatggy; ar = llutA ,Jiedi 6aending
iTUR. ot waeiraey werepaa eiven jwook e the ,ip .

:' t r e afflic edrith la ouren _niiedd Iaamnthafic a ,
r, -Iu ,. w._ t hi nk., tehav. 't biae.1-- its hote.l"
kr%;, 1 .u -.eam AN inrFAL BEnf eve NetUJdtbeobet -OP

Ilp hands, a iBpp rtenee to ue pfot lwhHdlrispose lk
nte shicd Ipnople Ive itad t rai ly thi s are ae MQ jqall qlt be an
I,*11"rv in aft g elV than ai adtofnDO WiRt h CO ear-
rer ltnecl ies Tnfthum, nfin r gns jf l H t- BSrp
[tn rf amily t o-,U e"n wc hote were de.eived b Zatf vawet_
trut ndisesine fo t of ouv r ofyviiiii' (I n-ail lahs .

hrpeang, blcstedr eeived frong'pr20ms diynppattln)invi ,Fh'to=le t
nds, andirous, o. Dr. W M. ]TOUfth- 41 X w o, ra-
max,.0, resf l a stle o-t m "33 sw ihFo- 'hiate. re-
..Ma,+++. +:+Eneonraremment to IBarentm.+
ling, ..P + Sar^Km fiA, Au8t~lft-1e3.
ion ,tore, .- T .+Df Jfsneo+Nn~f. &auto&/ T 'dtrd.r- .
finhcator, adquao "I you are ofop.fniao n tra be o ft 1t- -*yef a longi
Aof,. tables- chairs, j. reinent ofhe m N. rties m Lilhto 9 wi0f odl to
c. .andiaoge, hovel mispate with cohat eh#re O 1t0ef ti ef if"in
W+are,+ aov~e, and cy of yoat l d~avlhk 'ndieme,.,l ^ ,;(hative+
t ad ie prea a," p a tho nO o i M ugt. f we $ w. Bow "-
el othini, silver a fI Ce ,tf .itlh h I_ b o namejd .tda d ro you,+te
no doubt the following:i" .t""
sCToN, d .. .... 10 the eu.ine ur of 1t3, fMy chf 1 aled ightke
+.. + ounths, was very asmvrly'afflcedwi 'lth ^oaove
te Bfiarnoo"pewitplen Lpue t,and orthislePrayia_' %W ehany
,loop Ohio r- loet allamid ee~sy ,lot^ja:tiaituhBt,(K h
pparets; twoogood.- +a m Ba B,(n&ielse ita an addti^w. 1= ase -..
U.. W w oean ht+tje t- e ithely

ght, whase vseen put '- ..... v.i6 ,
1Ated for a mtr.s s t.d be n,the stomach. fever i S.be ,m ata
my time e evi0 a Wi.th her.of Thus situated toe buch efod irie t6 g cited "
har b that she was actually but skin ana bon ;,l mib former,
UReJ,, .Uhangmi g frOnm the latter vi lks # ta6,n whlh_ iher

. m i ,'" ., -, Bug17----tt m, 7A.7 Wco of Artk a4-8-b 81s. X,,=- is Well worthy the attention of P7t5ca! Brewers or y,.. s 76 o b 10 window glas/inlot t' f teecna treet.House, b1et1en
- ted. 'VF N CLASSE to atilt.. .. .. f or .whom. A If you want to procure the beau *oade in this eoo suit pucnavers at reduced rices. n -h.rsdy m+,
.lib c otC ir o Notes wanted'. suh as West-n .1124 may be superNING C AS to hort' oe orwh and tor a masom of years... ..

= =.~w~ ore 3 n Chenuts mediaeattingeno a wee durng nthe fyile andwinter sea-c In^ fine, if? yo wol etepsesso fte Prot the actorne sof re. n ot .,na d;X Ke e^^
be -sbought at he low est r i -o ,,t ate s th tice i a ....... ion.ortan e are A great to th A rea ee o eyaes t a pestf arid best p t,?hae cityo r in od ,er t
iSff3' ..3t 't.rft ...l-t;+ -+'atss-.r.;.+^ +_monaornof hta+,nt + .lanai ~ h ista ,,,.,;, ortgagedp an heterm ot nye a boat .. mls Fo am w. _n comnlete,~t wi"the att e sono capuaes, and thle. ures spart wthe entireonsehothe ardktic he n f
oa ff ..-lt R.u 4ze a K ~ i ^e^ ^ G.S pha 44NL Y "Exam iso sm eeil Malle preep." R o ba in it- al in ^ and A O^ 5 see, Biul y inied orgth saeo nu brfvlale te it en uni rsov ,

T~oD Irrjiif.,gi sand IPhlvscians banchothe~art~aSdudffe^ =o- _" ;: ,. h~wi -st .ona 5 acres of excelentl!ndellw ered, No. 3i6 Market Street, nia,tabout30 miles from Philadelphm, to be sold Also, the bar riture,with a qa
A ta~nd at the corn ,r of :Catharine and-m the only tir and ceain jesi .- and timbere with oak 6d Chesnut. The busldgyl of Third door above Dncatur. southside,Phi- without reserve belongmg to the estate ouf ,person liquors, wnea et ,
....... .........ttrW. er Uituate+d fr orders from the Terms and other particular made nown at the contsteofea stone house,, barn and spring housetwith B ladelohiawhere are manufaetured,and con- deceased, Ths Mornmn at 11o.cl|ck,_it theFarnets NB--The house will .be open eo
(B~ak*fe-JM^ X"h imprvemnts At^ sgn the lale, at orea greatt imorfne Fasien resectll maurke street, wee7bt oftdecp fsl we od a

"t 'J'< i .i ....so, ppli .theSde nn" .+sep l--eodgw tart oS lve purcnase ononey Wwishte taken m ex. rlP"-^abe HAT8 and CAPS, of warranted ual- tionsstthe fars, see ,and bnls, or apply at No.185 logues obtained. A o
.._.. .;.~ain,^ -...... change for Caty property, o f required l d t la r establish- S. Third street, whes he U e pope. may be seen. Pubic at
^ *-!- gwr i. | un o! P^.om frothe above tten-; pJP.. l SJ~vS.~jlfW~li. ^ or iuze patumr 'ppy Jt IUmur ment in th city .^ J Jr-0^1^t v^118^. + late Mr. M^\,~p
'A .% Od -s tbi bledDR sRl-eo 16 yard tit a nd caailt aI aedpe '^10^ or byB~cT perona q8seCountry conhnt suplse up2 bufldib GogngVmt wl ie iea cs dane B odro teA
t... foat thNr c a rop^of biLLIAM ,IFEsS augnd --dt m OkBERT RAY. oral terms hird jan 28a-bolf n alt kinds "o "ese i A icY &c. w"
% rd l~llm .io Irhmra l e r fro m- thas Term ari .o .IA 'd a. .. .. onst olf kmdson hofe barnue, and springe &oue .t Ihc d, I,, 'h m-hmer,-,;,,,tre ndcn -eespThsM
,re., ** for opmmn k"hh atentn l^,he war i t i n A ad e m, For ale, HARLEs"H HEINIT w H h ^atthllmtd prwce< of the own!e1,w m,* -t 14, 10 ,c.w,, i ,a soi,

e6WV--"-. 5.&at 4" oA ew-Jersey._N e. "*"6, Maryland',i h' vom4n 4'-tewes, thhodeourif"- oDEN- A M. anti 9 in -the, ,,ih,,roimprovements. stantly fd~hia p Saloa oranouVariety of 'Fepseior..Maetel, all ofwhich sr eareum
IFg -d ,N ^ oi~ ~ io I K GCI tione o 8th frms s9ee bar"'hc t2 ot rmstet h fet
supt -,so**j~~iA I^. Pa father^r^^ ptiDN, eoemnywl'etkni X- 320f~trableT Pt-^ HAT andze allS of wahite arleaufii

ltlk -siI -avanaCoffe, gfsquahty,nowtand- WTM. FIF& has completed anentirely newels- J The subscrtberonersforsa propey o [FORMgRLY OF 6 MARKITB-RET.] Sales for person rehn utshig housekeepIn their respectve eases and boxes, at

~p l ~t ''" 58m south wharves, practice in the art, for the iine employed. and about one from the village of Bustleton. "The Genie Crimson Tatter Wash ... tem -...."petfr,
-:.:- '. ".+ '. -,_ Mr. F. trusts that the constant and fu~llemployment farm contains !55 acres of excellent land, and the BuztlerMixture. ffT^TTR

"' -" i d*<." *W O<0(. + he has-enjoyed lbr more thasin thirteen yea, in ou biidings, (nearly all of wh 1ch a Murphy's- elebrated N. Premium Blacks-
., :, 3PQ iox ,Woodjust-received'and for sale, on most respectable Aeademies/in private Classes and first order) together with the other improvement, Butler's Co hpoand S-ru- of Sarta~arilla On Wednesdaly morning, The Whist Player,
+ -'+! nm4 l.hv y' "+ ^^^JAM 8 N Pamilie+, in this his native city, is sufficient guarani- comprise aU that is requisite for the comfortable per Celebrated Germ 'tSS P ... an- At 9+t o'clock, at the auction store, The8ran Panorama of'Moscow,
-," _'fl:> ",g "M JY 88|-- "v "ee RAY .nttdera oe P enlsran ia. _is on all kinds of Furn itu .e :" "' h id te f a aeema, oth
-w ...7 . ..... othe" tha t an e nd to be ca9e439 t n 0r to e i geSr c ,onistin of attenri o, F rreaus, fu arnacs.

jo tiN in ghmpVv oi th #s Fall Sale,

+ i .... .- Slaif.= ,tfohuVS W .liftt.., Shioul any pupt0ils who dfte eve take b es son iner farm te.ral sa d c pn1'-f~ ... .. Ichiders, oeTraelB s and cane. srea t rook ng chie, A ntlvPln s,, Pn
^LN- 67 LtHiluoshria6.1 su ed 'ew m-ethod"-+ ofY ........... L-W alt lrHset A bL e Ftw nDl,, 7t ate th n P r-ctice ae f Cednsylvnia and rag carpetng.... fea her beso and b0-e rg g cowe REu toema yr e te r, n i

.,: .... :,:. D, e^q ITS +.d.f on e. ,nW. ^ ^,^ t u- b 0-e d -.dhe thePr author 320 Matket StreEL COX.f- rH.... ...rgoft,,,oij.Philadelphia c on or lsvs
,.,- + ePP, a*l:; ilW ato hismze work s e. : xe t = .n -o an of .... Wrtn ....vrs Omg AtwosoyBIKHUE o 75 Buttoniszry,^^^ l;Ya Bwok or~s Manua ,of Evr Day "Re- p .s.d .to ...... ... ,l pefet-erft"
'- ALW'pem^MuvedaneixL" nd he W.E has RwithRDd an o entirely new tes.w d sTe s ontaiber parlor s ale kitchen f "m.. A p --,e i, tip nner .het the property on CLEANS,
-*'*i-^ 't g frthb og Xea porl C w audlhi a rtle t o byl teac e of teachig, her obe c h t ofwihaev rb n iem- bl w-hich e r eosind the sitaeod' inry P iand t oi eT ^^^^^m m ral pne ofe c a n h er ayb tO ri a o
.1w a 0r B* lowing. articles o af her e g seth g ret hsr n w te n teyld R ntw4ierll be atteondedf ac rtind b B B. dw rd;tetobe 1 ttil thed a
K ^SS?'^ 1"'^ 8 -ME HA D g^. i vet the greratePst g pos ibe a moun of knw edea nd ht ert uarter, wb ictwe l en 11 a knd o1t i n fro ard P iad relpha, FIN ^^ Ei e vu~n udo Pro. Qfter farey' Ivr Iok .I 09n.om P"'m #A 229, 09hT44t"ret.ad
'r ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 8 S ii~~-id w eita~,out wphcarves pactice invte, a rt p orec the -tiecemsityofyany a nd ae obouth onearomthes vllag t o f Mr. sam olen 2d Th e 6 aren Crimsr o hs Totte r W4n94o.rr etfryot fete sx aeo lh fet o h a r
Mr.- F. truso^- 8^J-^.,,,p,_ ieets that the adv~antge tand ful emplsoymen hisaorm above 8th 15tarest o oofs*3 excelSclentaclvo landwmn flh Wrd and01 the.,mahiey sd ordnnngfaxe

-B oxt 'Mn 0d buildings, (nerl allnd ofs whiod are new anno themlrhe penran, a Cee*ae N. Y. Preiu Blcig FU _TeM rch n It'Dagter ytea'hrQ h loyio rmsadd
I******' 4 l^^BUi^e^^ied'4ad for Sale,,.n^- onni t^ t-en~cabled to ademiopto m riae Classes t an first o rd r toete wOith thePA otherT PTW iipHeiresri," On, fueaces
^^^^^S~~~~pl^^J0!^^^ arile kindths of Writ~ing city wics beutyo Penan 64.hoe, or in reusiteor teia gomod alctin pr^H oreo etrswtomnen evlm.-*ms~n mpeiut^
.^S^^ ^^S~h1AM9 RAND, ik anobftwilbedoeinte bt guannr.adsr tndfruies.Apaannt Celebr. aythed 5rth Cadayof ower.o At cotn9dJciet o'cof Tave nGectukyRsiaad FBiir APvT
''~ ~ ~ ~ ~~h-wavs tee^ ^ for hi abiiftaies.Ca, arid ondividf urpostendedt. cany be resithethe sOp, an if en iredbard his amily AndGerma Hore Poowde ar.neet- A ,,_ olnd.n asotmn Thoja^^ r~e
'^ P^ T^ ^ 'ri.iv^.ntn~t~n o the Fr thrsa ppl an b6dsrd' ilbeA c hadem ly gi e d n. th conenientadctable fmlo maneagemtemsInt ProefdTer o eiie AHNEL Hmwr ono the CAase, by generr. .mr'tn of RU SCH Murntucositigefrid
-* ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Sol any pupils^^^ Wh hav ever take leson inn farem. abv binth. chm^.HH .Otairs on, by thce autho ofRalheRe.S^^~^^
-w ic C~ arret 111 pric RICH' RDS, eien no \W at80ie thoa t e coreO a. fute r prt -icul rs apply to,^ James Cox Esq gil fra e mntl glass, m1-c it- eod b~l^ eoa h of~piw
exercises.B. Ppat~r. use in his newm metho of-_ tec*-gi supe Wa1uo t betee Schylill th andom WIthIA Phi 'UtalNERr of Pe n yla i and ragr1 capoin-_e

..Mmarkf/t and A&eA. 'was no eanectionr a drher ) ppw rly exo
+ri peetoA .. ... ... >. +:.- .; ..;,, : + + .'
old, .by *atalt At th crisis I hapend" to have acce that
,furnifur of tthe L h @ ota
. ,yatkable pspe, he hiladelphisW L>& g er,and
;mg,.nWear- ,fd .or the first time, saw your adveatlftdn y reso-.
lass, reeves_ lution wii instantly &xted;. I -parvaed'v b bottle,
plated -ware, VA., ga1 .ee-r-a dms 41t ne*t,wl~khA 0".bvy l else
>val andtong,. a she tast up, brtt fatWs 4he lasAt aw. b ..did so,
nd bedding, high. w gha another d t wnwin ,he next
e n^. 1 W .,.weruing a change, leqh (r te bettezhad taken
rfmure, inctdng *lace--and the third dose ._arcted a dolrde[ Change
E. er astomaclh could retain iit8U&od, er stolBbbecame
anntity of cutglass, rnatut(l, and she soon grew in rtflth ana health
. by the conlinuaneofltheCairmitMi .e-of which
arly on the morn. was not used.) Atdskef-ll r v j e, + r b y her
)e seen and cata- innocent anticm and prattles be4 hearts of her pa; .
' ... .... rents,,whe. 4 taakLthis opportuniaityoftenten you,
,,'xhzbidv& ths pwuiyo
.. Of th Sir, their grute~ol ackowal4dgmeatoi .a bemg the ,
' means u~der Providenei of restoring their-child to.,
istrator. health. 1I rom'ain y6ourBfto K BURNS,
,2- ,.:. q2 North 8eeond 4i-t 9 F` lIphia.
rat the store No. The above valuable d wodcim VAYJh whole,
ofv h late -M r i n a l e n o o t hei t p ro p ri eto r. N a 2 0 m o th T h ird ,
, pakeu i street, between Market and. Chamuiptreets, Phila.'
rdelphia Price 50 cents augp9odtf

Speaking Figures, A Rhem, Itch, Pimples, and al"*ojter eut&-
e, smal ter taneous diseases, can be cured w4 tl.4tainty, on
application to Dr. YOUNG,at his eleralod Infirm@.
ry for Diseaseesof-the'Skiii, No."'3 $sulh' "4th street,-
near Ches.fut, whe he is daily itenandirf-e on the
.numerous patient* Who-*4tl upon kink; taffurdshimi
much pleasure m stealing that h1 bob *iveIalmost in-
Panorama of Mos .'tant relief to= h 4adredt r pesos in tbib city, who
bhe Autom!!on Fl- by ot .hyr+p~h.iciasibhavebow Imnouipnttinmeurable;
Rope Dancer and' an" seiwtraowainary anr+d dnralleled su~cess war. "
+ndy eXhibited at, iini himiu njngvng strong assurance of great benefit
,nd qarellln pack.- to others who sire still uflering from those disagrftea.
'onsequent y Wup, diseases. aug2--dlm
exhibition here. hilfpMt a "llssli!, -
' F'LAjXS ^.D. JIM OTHER!S and 1u4 sY-ot are -well aware
go -; '-! .hat tiemr are hundreds of those lite onet,that
the thore adjoining you ao dearly lave, Who ar' daily harried into an un-
nodiatel, after the timely grave, *om that dsraismg'Malady, CONVOL
,Maaele, a set oi alO4NS,.wiLch almost eoery tfarit falls ty toat the
ed, consisting of- time of dentition; therefo-re, foU Whoare+Mo;THnzKS
and 36 and42 in- and have the6 careot thoB hlrttle. *teould apply d
other fixtures. Dr. Par is celebrated $SQQTWIQ SY KRPP for in.
ors for ovens and fantile Teething, Whieh "hasi'pre-i4V6d-ihousarnls, .
when, thought, pas recovery., from lat destructive
a keen on the pre-. ravaged This invaluable Medicine can always be k)
obtained at the Medical OfficeNo. 9 l oir SAc, Opposite Ftlbert street,:Pb tbdeopki. ,-A4 4-dIm
r from the man u .... +---, -.
iperirr fmrnitireL 1 )dH," .
BI of which will 109M ACHE relieved biWnlMausy, by the !
for-caah, and at applicationofe ^ O kit-a', 0rKre-
* -'. __osTo ooth Ache Drops. For I LrAM ,


Sewli, sept %, 1938.
Gen. DavM IMdetwlouse Porte
S IawmifN5. coUnTT..

CONtIt t4t rION
a io '*- T- lllI.0 .1, I

OF 1881

n "' '*14 a i'M momhIV- t- V-
''fO CW(fGAtESS,
Lemuelj Erater.
4 '5IErD -TT IT
Charge JrGed Ingers.L
** ., +s +..--+* os .
S skt iTozs,
CUABISB -iESOWN, for four ynrs. "
SAt4U lEZ UTSYENSO8N, foiw.tt years.

.*, '^^^^*- .AasficMltAY. -* .
+jamt, CrTn, .- Jh W. Ryan,
'" Obtie 'Prey, "..-Miles N. Carpenter,
SThosas 0o Go demith, ThceaiJs+He Bton,
William M. r nuwyer, John W. Nesbitt,
,' +* *v 'a m- 7 *=
J. *Sira JPen fllraUn.
930 A nmbrsi of persons having expressed a wi
to have the PzXnnvANlAN for there mwoLhs, duri
the premst exciting campaign-it will be furnish
e a A owins (lsmsc-
... 'J tbire months, a "
Thiltinwttist wRVeK. W &0
'.~_~p~Vet p -o. 5
S0 Wlia ive abcrtbers are obtined for A
dw t J t el4a &aper, d0 will be raceivectdan p
: ~fifN~ cms
r Ten snbcrlbersto the weekly wilt be (furnl
ed for tie sama period for Three Dollars.
W Tt*Whty subscrinbers o the weekly paper w
be furntehed for throe' mnths for 5.
'b i% yaat ro the paspet on the above terms w
al be H I.II cse exPe0ted *iadvwmi.'

The DmsA t t oe Tng Men.'s Ceaotntion a
"eadifi', eontt e 1OGM f Sptember next.
-... ocTC.-T- e Democratic Young Men- oftl
e.o.tie of Adams, Berks, Bradford, Bucks, Ch,
ter, olumbia, CuNmberland, Daupliin, Delwalw
Frimkil, JtA tW, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehig
-Inieme, Lycoming, Mifflin, Monroe, Montgoner
onhamptaon,Northumberland, Perry, Philadelph
Sidty, PhiludeIlphik county, Pike Potter, Schuylki
Susquehanus, Tioga, Union, Wayne and Yor
for sh. ptwpaa of carrying into effect tibprecut
u edatioh of the central committee, to hold a co
ve'i6n at Reading oh the 10th of September, a
.. rmpeqtfully iforined that every aanrhgement w
Sbe maade to accommodate any number of persons th
may be iniueed to attend that convention. I1
S 00rpecsp ly soliciwid thit the proeedins oftl
nimtings in the above, named counties be reports
Io the Blks coue.nty Committee of CotrsponAen
s sorly as possible, and a further request is ma
that this notice be published in all the democrat
ppwas in. the above mentioned counties until tU
Seeeig of the e n .-otioc.
orl M KetIm, Charles Kesler,
,ma_ Wonder, J-John,
-, -9J .*S.blpDberg, P S chcoener,
s pedal Miere Jacob Fricker, -
S- CG einitee of Correepondence fsr Berks co.
4a s Sasmn, Porterm asi Democracy.-A meel
S g of .theM finds of Gen. David R. Porter and Do
maosmo- wilt be ld inthat *spacious, lot adjoin
i"g &e Botel of T, Jacob 6. eiff, S. W. corna
of Front nod Ooata streets, on Monday evening
3d of Saptember, at 7 o'clock precisely. ,
N"A, NA.. -A number of l:.tisulihed genteme
i +i.: addnse mthahin ini Oerman and in the En

x UtbO amno na aiazoa.of Mr Ingersoll, ,
4W vba0 efaf dtr sTbiud- Congressional Diatric
ebuthat Afefh bNM oe opinion in this distriF
abroag d*oo6rtts, oB tit wte ject oa 46 election I
Sth# pset. ,5o5ms,.sat the sptecihd elctlon.of lai
-,ya r." -Ih vea, always felt sspared that he ws
; deprtvd of thiss by fraud. Having submitted t
O4titt lmU tsubdagit,4but will tat
all+; _-=_ -' ---_- --- J9- ___ --t-_ e- :__- -_s --
i^'#o ddt#esu! t" officers of eferlons, and any al
qit e EI aiM, or as(picloh tor frad,wllI be prompt
-A+ 'o _To
r 1 i 4of .lown, ( e 10was elect.
they Aim -entertained a dophi, and they are equal
4*coisa4e Wall h be lotamed asin AM Octobe
east. They democrats of the disltriet owe it t
J. a4int4'p fl* othoft$n chatsee,but to mak
Z* 410M e electionn; they need no
IW, "mn b'epvn5 theaco'mplete aictory. W
a:. ve. w de k oppositionn will. cocnBtrate their
'*-fea apessb Lfaa Mlth,to Abs t diaswiet fljy k*Qo\
'4#ahr *ti0 bFthefr ttach, and they dl(mS liw talset
*Ar0[ t, amd his deep-rooted hostility m ai
"b.i .deral uaaanr!s so msuch Ast they wil -eso
W M~ d -gqrg pe9aujw to defeat himn, It is hi
.oseldsmtaranTo puipsiplesandhi ro .k~qpent sdin
+ t.:. iM vtly wf lch t .ad-ppose,.. i,
': 'wlaaet 5o smd.+-'+-.:;-; +'.;+- ^ :- o+"+. .*-
*odearjesmd ta publish the oilowlng di
dnweim refurplo. to thaW. Rtnrfestival. Th
swsbm wbpw qtm uled are men of higl
inmepystphjilbg.'m hate. sfusan .to complain of the
Imyuslhht mu wkihic she J.iasite. have mads
S; . rswhoCihpm-a r. n 'with astonishment
INS *iit'M ase of ln 'an uinwarrantable man
s t due :o.abted proceedings of the.ate Whij
g "i bkju ete Wutbioee, mn which they an
V, 4Nsihatk given tost. Io fro0 of GO
W WtlVP4l.l rithpy .he.e.bre tak. this method o
* sdlag tht ath*y wese oat at the celebration on tlu

W sMc-g no person authority to offei
", rft* idraawusnauuantiend to vote for Gen
0r10 -aOlpp.b.llachiBg slecn..
~~ ~ *; ; r2D % HN L L tVBB IK G


-f : ts4* sl .'t, c aturdsy night,
'fl 04q~INtaotRwt Brides eve the SohauilkUl,
VAR fir e W te ide,

*$t 4 # npMid qad #h4o4 the 'Ur
*uashd. .s.. 1 Uw ..rch, the W"'. fabric feU
Snowline, tbing the ad-
^^wmarfitsae.gp=. 'b' w~ek. -The fire is
uWOrgtl 9fiM1 work'.t o an en^" <
41rbftmni n- ffri.htdo' o hi bridge

+_* '+' +-;-LI


No. W.tt i s*ee &t s imdr above Walnut
,OAR Y jjFEE Naaer ue.'axs
/J~~l ~ ~ A .AE -EgtDlir per awnm.
THREKTIMESA WEK-Fine Dolls-per aura

tional relations, so to extend commerce between
Firance and this country; in cotton, coal, tobacco,
peltries, salt fish, and other inexhaustible American
products, for the wines, brandies, silks, velvets, and
= other productions of France, as to add very large-
ly to the wealth and welfare of both. The object
is perfectly and easily feasible; and this is the time
ph to effect it. Instead of a poor contest about silks,
eo there is 'Po occasion for any misunderstanding,but,
on the contrary, opportunity for vast amelioration
in thedealings between the French nation and this.
I"- -' --" ar Mtiiupd tbereforeofor inviting no-
t ice of the subjoined resolutions, introddceu ,, Mi.
y Ingersoll for that purpose, which hear directly on
sh- the whole question, by indicating a complete and
.ill simple remedy for all such complaints-their ex-
tinction in a stream of mutually profitable traffic.
A motion was made by Mr. Ingersoll, and read as
t follows, viz:
Whereas, the late change of government in
he Frande, in its causes, conduct, and consequences,
Ns is auspicious to mankind, and just subject ofcongra-
re, tulation for the people of this commonwealth, es-
h, tablishipg and extending religious and political li-
y, berty in place of intolerance and oppression, and
is the freemen of America, without interfering with
ill, the government of other nations, may well encour-
k, age and exult in their advance to thatptate of
W- peace, prosperity and content, which the absence of
n- all upnecessary religious or political restraint best
re affords; therefore,
ill Resolved, by the Senate and House of Represen-
at tatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in
is General Assembly met, That they rejoice in the
he emancipation of the people of France from the ty-
ed ranny of Church and State, royal conspiracy for
ce their further subjugation, and their restoration to that
1d. sovereignty which of right belongs to the people
ic alone, and never can be held by an individual but
ie by the people's grant. -.
Resolved, That as citizens of the only country,
Which, owing to the inherent stability and conser-.
vative energy of our republican institutions, has,
since its free, sovereign and independent existence,
ror- nearly hlf a century, under divine Providence,
constantly enjoyed prosperity and progressive im-
provement,.while monarchies in every quarter of
t- the globe have been convulsed by discord, revolu-
a lions, and warfare, the unavoidable result of royal
-. and military control, we cordially congratulate our
r, earliest allies and steadfast friends, the generous
r people of France, -on their restoration to that popu-
lar sovereignty which is the only guarantee of pa-
a ciflce tolerant, and mild government, of general
c. content and "continual Improvement and prosperity.
Resolved, That relying on the wisdom and good
policy of the-Executive of these United States, the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania deems the present
as a favorable moment for finally and satisfactorily
adjusting -whatever subjects of discussion between
't the United Stats and France, may havp hitherto
c estranged two-ationnawhish oughtto be in harmony,
o andes"ablishing their relations; political and corn-.
st mercial, on the moat amicableoand beneficial inter-
Is coutse,c acetding1to the plao of the first treaty be-
o tween them. settled by Franklin in 1778, which me-
d moramble itaty, introducing now, just, and wise
Sprinciples inio thealliance of-nations, declares that
&4Ai.4&-A...a M La.,..,. bAse, t eatbem can-
Snot be better attained than by taking for the basis of
t- their aiameiato. the most perfect equality and re-
d ciprocity,'- founding the advantagest of commerce
.I- solely upon.reiprosal Utility, and t;v Jtsit rules Of
r free intercourm.
S Resolved, That the Governor of this Common-
wealh be, a!: he hereby is, requested to send a
a copy of those rnolutioni to the President of the
SUnited Sta in order that he may cyuse them to
e be $aaumlt te4 to tle American Minister in France,
tu be bI e m, through the ageney of our fellow ci-
timen General La Fayette, cannmicated to the
Chamber of Deputies, of which he is a member, as
ki)(ituheriiesof the
.. the sentiments of the constituted authorites of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, concerning the
rt late revolgtjon, in which he. bore so conspicuous,
s intrepid, humane ad effietual a part.

e Strong Sin.-The Democrats pf the Wost
are bestrrig thmselvies after the right fashion.
We have received from Pittsbjrgh a copy of a pla-
8 catd,eon'tathing a call fort Porter meeting in that
e city on Saturday last, and it displays the names f
h upwards of two thousand democrats.

e. ++HonordtOe brave/--An" elegant sword is. to-
,e presented to Brigedier General Praty, of the U.
* S. Army, a% Harrisburg, on the 7h Septembi,'"
conformity with resolutioft- Unwizously- pseas.
l ed at the last session of the Pennsylvania Legis-
t *.** '"\ .u + ++. i + -
B Two Boiye h8ot-Tha Lo.uwville Jourmal says; -
r "Two boys were shot in New Albany on Sunday
*: nght-whilst in the ct of stealing melons from the
garden if a citizen of tbt plan. One of them re
deived several sihot in the head, and W. severely-
woundld;x.othe .r was shot in the arm.

j Jf. 'GCtudJP# Btl-WW* Bee It stated iin the
Western lpqrs, gat' Q"pt. CtliftdP Beldmn, of
1 Cloavelsod, Ohio, ia been appointed by Judge"e
zLepvlu,- IL &; District Coon1 Inspectot of Stean-

* bats, puder the lateact of Congress.

I Groe ShAeing at the Weul.-,i' reported tht,
Sour sportsmen bagged -one hundred and thirtyone6
head of grouse lately in 12 hour, bi the Looking
Wlass Praiuie. Th.t mst have en rather sharp
work we shtmold think. a :

*. num r o' psseigers over the_ .ostc and
S&lm Radlread for h first two dsay, was upwards

ed the grave of Jefferson from the
the enclosure. No sculptured marbl
sjrot .werp hi. #s,. s repos4. He'
the pomp 4ad pigqaqtry -of this waorl
merit waIs of his own erection, in the
grateful countrymen, is imperishable
freedom and glory, and when his et
tractors are forgotten, the instrument
read, wilt be hailed with joysand its il
man will be considered by millions,
greatest benefotqrs Qof mankind, a
brlghtept orpammnts of his p pntry.1

Between four and fve o'cioek on f
a fire broke out in-, the extensive C
-sUOPp 4-WMr John Njeedla. ;-i HanQai
Pratt street. The fire originated in o1
stories of the work shops large four
in the rear of Hanover street, and
quantity of eomb6stible matter wit
house was filled, it m.#do very rapid p
firemen were soon upon the 'pqt, an
best exertion. -to ceck the #aqes, hi
heat rwing frcnlitmarge quantity o
her, nd the scarcity of water, render
:,r oie time unavailing. The fire
tIr Needles!1ront:boqM .on Hanos
which a large quantity of furniture W9
in the lower story of which w a ary
The ttrniture In the first and Ifono
ail saved, bti every article in the esho
a larm amount of unfinished work,
turfiflg-lathbs and other machinery,
steim .engine, was entirely destroyed.
was insured, and their s a- poliy- ofI
furniture but the los cannot be asci
spy certainty,
The wind blowing from the No
caused great danger to all the houses
Needles's. ,The adjoining house occu
rane's Cabinet Ware Rooms, immed
in ihe rear, and was destroyed. For
was but a light stock ,onlhand,and4 the
removed a large portion of the conteOn
of safety. -No-insuranee. 'The first
;upied by Mrs Maria Stone, as a dry
and.Messrs Hirsey & Hwmui, a
store. The content oftrtU We Ii

4- eiUas1bAiflsrtiiee eom aei~knt a nidi
us Jst now tbwt4ret silks, I isend for recil
t ;- 1, peltiatdt tn' your papeW Oh isolutioa
adopted'by large niajorlties of the House of Rp
sentatives of Peansylvania, in December 1830,.i
S motion of Mr. Charles Ingersoll, which, unfort
Snatyl fot te ,trAde between France and the Unit
f{e, were not suffered to paus the StateSenas
S -It is known to the writer of this, that Mt. Inge
soil's intention was to make those resolutions, thi
us General La Fayette's then greatinfluence and I
American sympathies, together with the good sew
and likewise good disposition of Louis Philip
to this country, the introduction to a much enla;
ed intercourse between the two nations; an obje
which the late Mr. Edward Livingston had mu
at heart, both while Secretary of State, and after
wards, when Minister to France, The controve
sial state of things -at that crisis, between the Ui
ted States and France, -set aside all attention
their reciprocal commercial interests. But nc
, that there is nothing-to prevent their extension i
* the most liberal scale, I desire to call public aste
tion, especially that of our intelligent and respe
able merchants, to a subject, which, if propel
treated, must have a great and immediate effect
improving the narrow commercial intercourse b
tween two nations connected by so many politic
ties. It was M., IngersoUl's and .Mr. Livingstoi
plan, as I happen to know, by simply carrying c
theogreat reciprocity principles of the well knoi
Treaty of Versailles, negotiated by Franklin wi
De Vergennes, the parent Treaty of -the most F
cifie and profitable principle of all modern intern

litT~ "UrT~ita j11011
rg001a ,j*S0or.
*th is- attttlcR.-1puhbaic8a*of]
ty celebrated the Anniveteary of the
dependence, by a Harvest Home,
oiiuse of James Dics, On Saturday,
o Augusat, ISS8S. About ) noon, a I
hai assembled, awlnd at 1 o'clock, P.
G. Leiper, whowas selected for tha
the Declaration of-Independetc, in
impressive manner When *he had
immense concourse of Democrats V
grove selected for the occasion, prec
band of music, ard Commodore Da
two members of the committee, wh
escort. When the Company had h
the ground, thirteen cheers were gi
lant Commodore. After the applaudu
the committee announced the names
ing persons as officers of the day :
President, JOSEPH ENGLE,
his right Commodare Porter, and O
John Thompson; Henry Myers, Get
John L. Pearson, John Levis, Th
William Hunter, David Lyons. Jam
Ladamous, and John Garrett, Vice
The Upland Union contains the fi
of the celebration:
Saturday lest was a joyful day for
of Delaware County. xoRZ THAN
loyal Democrats, assembled at the p
James Dicks, in Nether Providence
the Anniversary of our National In
a harvest home. The place selects'
fal grove,-in which the vast assembly
a most excellent,and bountiful enter
did honor to -Mr Dicks, and the oc
modore Porter, the hero of many
battle, and the intrepid defender of
honor upon every sea, was there; a
are sorry to say in feeble health,his
ed all with the love of patriotism. '
Col John Thompson the veteran De
delphia, and Judge Eagle of our o
tell us of federal oppresion in the t
men's souls,.-of alien,and sedition lawI
dare avow a Democratic sentiments
of betlg-dteauitated and whenon se
the "4th troop of Philadelpnal -
that veneraBW u,,iT;A..h of deatw
Thomas Lisper, released and saved
hearted Republican,from the' bondage
the peril of their lives. It was a d
interest to every lover of free Govern
ciples and equal laws. The old and
in the most harmonious and cheerful
not an occurrence disturbed the hilt
-casion. From the tops -of the hi
"Star spangled Banner waved in
many a beautiful allusion was mac
and stars." 'The speaking was exc
honnor to the talented gentlemen
the vast assembly,'and never did we
occasion, an auditory more delights
raptured with the home told truths
from the orators. Here we must mi
gression to explain ,an incident or ti
appear in the proceedings,. :
Owing to the large assemblage fil
successive table es, and the day spend
concluded to have the cheering and
regular toasts had all been read,but
DAVID R PORTER were severally
multitude gave vent to their feelings
to them in the most thrilling applaui
toast to DAVID R POUTER had bee
by nine hearty cheers, the venera
Thompson arose and in a stentorian
Coxononz DAVID PORTER," wh
welkin to ring.
To the Democratic freemen of Do
and our Democratic brethern else
give the strongest-assurances of sUcO
and our candidate; foray as the Deme
ware countyy goes, so goes the De
whole state. We hate eiery thing
this county, in a united, a spirited,a
Democracy, intent uponi giving a
strong pull, and a pull altogether," f
Democracmy, and the principles wi
The. following ark the remarks of
tert he had concluded reading the De
Some years ago I visited the late I
of Thomas Jefferson, the penman of
I have just read. The remains of
repose in the family cemetidat ne
bou of his favorite Montipetllo
and dilapidated home of the patriot a
showed the ravages of time, and the
of a cold December morning piercing
of this celebrated mansion gavp a su
occAsion, and'a scope to reflection, r
forgotten. The only person I nwt t
late old Irish lady,- who, fiTr ; mall $
curiosity- of the stranger ;qd 4'avehlr
open the empty and cheerless room
spection. 'How changed every ti
whsa it had been, Patriotism, phila
fashions, friendship, all haM fed and
the master spirit who directed them
ted his grave--the gate of the garm
and on the right side, aiiort distanc
trance, a few I-ricks laid on the flat si

1 ifiibt. isi*-C *45>!* -*'- .-s'
-T : *fi.ttkta, Atgutt fI.
Dladware coun -As t g As heard from the Osemocrath uapjeity hi
eir National L.t ttN Sit (Missouri) is 4,_. Reittrs ntit yet re-
at the public ceived from teap or twelve Eamouerti eMsisieX. Mar
thie 8th'day j.riy (prsent) in'theLegislatare, -on joint ballot
.,...-,e i ay a28-perhaps, 26.- .; *. ,
ale cotcourse is sented, at last, that Dvour.sAs isn elected in
M., Col, George the district in Illinois now represented by Mr May.
t purpose, read FederLal papers received from that district this motn-
ian audible and -ing give it up.
concluded, the "-M
repaired to the wtump ALABAMA.
repaired to the The Wetumpka Argus of August 22 gives tore.
,eded by a full turns from 37 counties, which havereturned to thp
vid Porter, and Legislature 63 members in favor of the Sub-Trease.u-
o acted as his ry, and 28 against it. Eleven counties remain to
issemblted upon be heard from, which vill increase the Democratic
ven to the gal. majority. .
se had ceased, From the Raleigk (N. Coi Standard, Aug- 29.
a of the follow- NORTH CAROLINA, _
Tns B RBv-zr.-.--OuT returns are now complete,
who had upon We have heard from the Senatorial district of Due-
n his left Col. combe, Hay wood, and Macon, which has elected a
orgeG. Leper, Democratic Hiepublican Senator, and one member
rgef the same politics froni Macon. This gives us 23
tomas Oornog, out of 50 in the Senate, and 55 out of 120 in the
>es Sill, Charles House of Commons. We now state with confi-
Presidents. dence the political character of our next Legislature.
brollowing notice We can have no motive for misrepresentation or con-
cealment; Ind while truth and candor require us to
SHOME. say the friends of the -Administration have not a
the Democracy majority in either branch of the legislature, we can
500 true and say with eaual certainty, that the Bank Whigs are
tulic house of also in a minority.
Sto celebrate The few States Rights mean in both Houses hold
'.ependence by- the balance, and will decide such questions of a po-
nuepeniuenceD y- .**
Was a .i' Mtical character asmay vrise. lf we cannot boast
lgce arltook of of a majority ol the Administration and the Sub-
rainment which Treasury-so our opponents, proper. cannot claim
asin. Cornm. a majority for Clay and a National Bank.
P.A~a .. ........
a hard f ought. FROM JAMAICA .
.his country's y the ship John- W, OCtet.-Capt. Mead, we
nd though, -we -
presence in, have Jamaica papers to August 10th.
rThen we hnsir water intelligence will be found below, under
iocrat of Ph.ila- date of Panama,July 23rd.
+ co1y to The Jarnatica Despatch speaks very discouraging-
w county, to ly ofthe operation of the Abolition Act in that ls--
lays ai land. Its statements should perhaps be received
rs,when no man .,.
.vi.hot th ar wi some grains, of allowance; The paragraphs
without the fear ,"- : .-
o on this subect in te Jamnaica Despatch, printed.at
several occasions .
-\ -f ll L-- Kingston, are expressed in very general terms,such
cuixillttllUua IT --fc-~.- "* i
,. the lt, as tna-Lord$ljgo s negroes have struck ic ork,";
Crecy. -the late- shy-er
man a nob i Sb1 ',Park and th ,o egroes in- St. Dorothy,
ma of fetter and e struck work, and & aed in the most0t outra-
of thrill gerus manner,' and ttat the apprentices "on Mr.
Siment-free trin. ownsend's property in Clarendon have determined
youn mingtle d to leave the estate, &c.,,a and calls it "tunpleasant
a, manner, and information" &c., all of which amounts to this,that
11 mannerct ann ,
rity, of the oc- thnegroes want better wages and have "struck
highest trees, the work."
triumg h t, & The gr emancipation day for the slaves, Aug.
triumph," anti
Sto its ,stripes t, passed off quietly at Kingston. The churches
ellent, and done wee crowded, and the negroes with but few excep-
elC llen U a U taone 1. 1 -. *
wh.o addressed tons behaved themselves in an orderly manner,
witness on any though advised to excess, it is alleged, by tho in-
m an cendiary whites.
ed or more en- '" _. *
that emaa ted In most of the, towns in the interior the news is
that emanated ..
ake a short d.. satisfactory, and the freed apprentices quietly atten-.
Lakesa snort in- ,* *. .-
.dad on the day of their total emancipation the varn-
Sthat may not s churches, all of them attired in. their best dres-
ling qp so many as. "'"
Hiag a, it o a ,Kingson, July 27.-We havp no room for ex-
music after the tracts from the windward Island papers. In De.
music after the ar" "" ""
-when smaras the spptenticrship had been abolished-in
th toas tsfact the whole range of Western Islands had con-
an nunRc, and scented to the measure., Some excellent proclama-
announced, the... .,.. -
and reoonded tionsa, containing good and wholesome provisions to
iasen Afterrnte the apprentices, had been issued, and the Governors
n responded to of some of the Colonies had consented to the pas-
.ble Cl John sing of vagrant and other enactments4
voiceproclai"- Panama, July, 23,1838.- H. M. Ships Imogene,
vI proc LaT28, Captain Bruce, and Harrier, 18, Commander
r TUEOAG'AL T -a.,ra .,am tIn,,; ,at, ('a.i.1. H M Sh;n. Pr..

Far CeaO( eammianer WM. PTIRSCihL,
ofhet ounry. -" *-.;
SPar Aditr ROU' r.'r. CHRIsrY, ofthe' -
'ity.--' r -5 -* ~ -'- -: / -*.<^ r' ** '*'
The Convention then adjournal ain.e die.

6 A L.N.... "f' ep -ember 0l, '" '
l14sharea.U.-.ank -91 -2 100
5 do Schuylki*e Bk 1 i -
117 do M & vt Bitk Ptts .#. --
14do0iraelBrsk* ." 8j3 6'
129 do Vickihura Bank. 30 da b o 87 100 I
'.do New Orleans Gas 23 8
52i. [thigh Sixes, .1846 '- 1 i Tr. 01 -1
81 do Newcastle RR *3. 426
6 Chs & DIel PC&4 25 .
-'* -* Cl_^> t .

,e -8Bw -fc
S mhi'U S8 Bank .: .;+ .. ** =
2800 do Del & Hudson 8084
4 -5oOhiotLifeadTruist 108I
+10 do Kentucky Bank -
3 d'o Illinois Bank"
17f do Vicksburg aank .
0 do New. Jrsey R se 103j
'500 Treasury Note 6par et -,
SI $LtaAT- N W YORK-August3j
158 shs United States Bank .- Ii
080ddo DelF&Hud'on Canal -
2o do NO 1ity Bank
36 do N 0 Mech &Trade.rs 87
17 do NO Canal Bank "
100 do Vicksburg Bank .. -
70 do Boston & Providence R K -
277 d6, Mohawk Rail Road -
375 do Harlem Rail Road i"- 72
370 do Patterson Rail Road 70
60 do Utica Rail Road
45 do SLtoningtor. Rail Road 08
50 do N J Rail Road & T Co




CARD.,-The attention of the pnblicis respect-
fully invited to the extensive sle ofupefrior G(bi-
et Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Mantel Ornaments.
Timepieces, Feathiber-eds, Hair Mattresss, and
Fancy ari tiles, to he sold Ahi morning, to close ad-
vances, at pouhterer's Furanitre Rooms, evr th&.s
Auction Store, 445i"'Market street, abbve 12th, north

'4MPflwO flMtrftt it ATtiUIS. "

Tr Ausitt Ge--IF
; ":' d d -. ,.-\ O +CM *^ d : ... j
'In t afternoon, while the doctor remWe to
be presented,' M and I waAlkeddown lo the Pir"ue,
nxw. to in t be day# of her glory, the .harba of
Ahenz The ancient hAr"bor- is ablot f i *piles
ftom Athens, and was formerly Joined to it i zeng.
walls built of stone of enormous site, sixty feet
high, and broad enough on the top for two wag-
ons to pass abreast, Tiese have long since disaMp-
peared, and-the -road is now over a plain shaded a
great part of the way by groves of olives.- As
usual at this time of day, we met many parties on
horseback, sometimes with ladies; and I remember
particularly the beautiful andaccomplished daught-
ers of .ount Arinansteerg, both of whom are since
married and dead. It is a benutiiful ride, in the
afternoon particularly, as then- the- dark outline of
the mountains beyond, and the reflecti6insi of. light
-and shade give a particularly interesting effect to
the ruins of the Acropolis. Toward*. the other
end we passed between the ruins of -the old wall-
and entered upon a scene which reminded me or
home. Eight months before there was only one
house at the Piraus but, as soon as the Court re-
moved to Athensthe old harbor revived~and already
we saw long ranges of stores and warenou es,. and
all the hurry and, bustleof one of our rising
Western towns. A railroad was in contemplation,
and many other improvements, whi h have since
failed, but an omnibus! that most modern ard corn.
mon place of inventions, is now running regularly
between the Pirmus andAttiens.- A friend.who vi.'
sited Greece six months after me, brought home
with him an advertisement printed in Greek, En-
glish, French, and German, the English being in
the words and figures following, to wit:
"The Public are hereby informed that, on the
19th inst., an omnibus will commence running be-
tween Athens and Pirmeus, and will ontinle to do
.so every day at the undermentioned hours until
further notice: .
Hours of Departure.
FaoM iATaEri. FaOM PIRsUS.
Half-past 7 o'clock A M Half past 8 o'clock A Ni
Ten o'clock A.M. Eleven o'clock A M.
Two o'clock P. M. Three o'clock P. M.
Half-past 4 P. M. Hialf-past 6 P. M,
S"The price of a seat in the omnibus is one
"Baggage, if not too bulky and heavy- can be
taken on the ioof.
"Smoking cannot be allowed in the omnibus;nor
can dogs be admitted.
"Small parcels and packages may be sent-by this
conveyance at a moderate charge, and given to the
care of the conducteur.
"The omnibus start from the corner; of the Her-
mes and ZEolos streets at Athens, and ftom the r Ba-
zaar at the Pirwus, and will wait five minutes at
each place, during which period -the conducteur
will sound his horn.
"ATHZWS, 17th, 29th September, 1836."
"Old things are passing away, and all things are
becoming new. For a little while yet we may
cling to the illusions connected with the past, but
the mystery is fast dissolving.the darkness is break-
ing away, and Greece, and Rome, and even Egypt
herself, henceforward claim our attention- with ob-
jects and events of the prerent hour- Already they
have lost much of the deep and absorbing interest
with which men turned to them a generation ago.
All the hallowed associations of these ancient re-
gions are fading away. We may regret i we may
mourn it, but we cannot help it. he world is
marching onward; I have met -parties of my own
townsmen while walking in thesilent, galleries of
the Coliseum. I ha0eseen Americans drinking
Champagne inan excavated dwelling of the an-
cient Pompeii, and I haye dined with Englishmen
among the ruins of Thebes, but, blessed be my
fortune, I never rodein an omnibus from the Pi-
rmus,to Athens."

SustNd l6ftb A it. Ltu tRit1, S.
tf'lgtipehkyhr el The People ar. ejpanta-
i-vir voice s hial br' h4 d. at"d 'ilthir vter-ituninsd
The simatbrvnni-tall be ritb.ued. -
torsatmt to public notice, the Alods of Portrr, be-
rnir.cy, emsrtirmaieit-howeaBy. mid s juIt MI 'fdilb.
ful adaiinistrstiiUi o` the Laws, residing I n the Uintor
pamted patttu f the N..utbm Libeoii and P~nn
Towmbip, asseinbhld at the bmne of Win. Keyser, Fox
Ch eo wtna, tiuiig Sun Vaihge, on'the evening of AWbe
25th ult. to adopt" sah l aebi tre as will tend to aid in
the ejeetment of t tie p ens iassmbent froan the Chabir
of State, Sad pptet e tein one (*izi General Porter)
.iho is an honr ,o the state, ant .will- raitore thi lost
chatieterof this once'alotionsc eommomiwelidL -
Whrn, an nrttoio ibe meytting wa organtsed byap-
poilting J H fPLTeRA i' UPrecs d nt
Win. tkheianrt tihx. Mejor. G J. N veil, ie"se
Wets,'- lote Feltom, John Watsh<, I sob Miller, V ce
P resiabr t, :. / ':;
J. I'. Maxwell anodJacoh Greenauld S-crt.ris.
Whtn, on mso i,,, -John yWliton, ,Aex i*Jqtr G. J
Nev.erl, Wma theinte-, atwl Wm. Nwc4nmp. was appoint-
ed on co-inmittee uo drart revulutin. expre,.%ve ol
the ,eie of the meeting.; ho. oar rnr-Atsrin i n a
short, tinrPr' sid I,
-or time, pr>-aet!.sd+ iat fullarinf preanblj-sanid ra-
a6 itmari. wlieh2 acretybia ',ty 1e>;t-nttdi shdma.n .llaaOdr
lysdup f Wt reas, Thu-rapdly s-ipr s'emung ,berat.anrlat c,-
to' iii otb ta etis .ne '.t j ,st *cri'uu elnraelr ant p.
i..fmn-thlmpuo< a- up att a. ,.aol 1 ppeda the' ase n-'
-detlC! fdem era ut iine ,,,,e4tid ,ii rge'rai n ,'
th k y 'ou, i,,_e fr,.-C me ruth fo lm io i >'-loait .rtl
do"& i. imn.eeie .r u.- alJ.j-sliern- s. t i d murt.
o,, r reetwi..g ih -rttugtr in wtd el; Visatl *-0.11. t
n agedi l mure-u.ioi.f etaI ti.att-Anll)> o hr eve. waired
ai P-, nsyivau a, anid a, pla,,,g .ur o oble ),at-- in *rf
tupos is ati;tude,. lusiudik sfIhe AL. wiit, h, van ,-iwird-
iot utletlce Uo ta -1 t pra,,e.pilrs at owes' b) h. inuea1.
ry of ib*- ii+.m.-tal Jeal rest ad y, t bes4; al bI thire
livingapp o*1 ..f sth, vet rai-,. le ptilut and eivslian
Andr w ,.eki,'n. I bere-or ', t it tIr
Ks,.tv, U, Thit wwr have lIull eunfi4eane its athe rid
alenut. hga'-si'aI p.a t and ,mitiwrv iti pe4itieaJ ho-
zVtwm of Gfa Ura P ortIr, sad to amIin*al* .I ge-;i-
0u.y atVwsmte aid segoal Iutpo, t tbe ubie. sr s, of -.,
944,lsni rtevoatutuary lathr l'-> tke lhigihet otfice in
he g,.f 1 4 people never yetbeaten whu o her lemas--
crIte) wasa :lw. i u 'i d. "
itreoind, tflut the t.,ul frdesa, sldr'sit pu.tpiaFr-df
aesin.| Geew P rcr iasmiatr'iom uin teickly eilthyaiia.t
aud'dariig Ut -ellers fl''reedom a n'qsiicy. w ,twuw'4
reve Us bw- ib- k.eo aubmisosivly to r-eposs,uF. -
ecrpuatiuns>, aid eln lil' 0,1 `-r p gai.,.g than wofa by the slavr of deep'attrqi
Katsolved Th.t 'Llsr1stiuc t.'i esaagtr of JoSeph
k Hiitr, wa a popu'a.Iy rrp,'-d ggne.i to deeeive th.-
unlwiry, a-%d that iia tisli plrotCmaiiin is pruot |OsIttvt.
of thr same. '"W, intend ito be burst ,i-the first ot.
Auagu I," s)a*s eao nishmy of 4itik-,, bI G6-,. R tinr
recomrnedi -tlhey )-aholud praei"rt v'oknt-.ors lCMw ; wclre
days ;oger. and wjrai',. %v *blthe will thtentee.th
l-ws faithluily saxoiutcid." -' -
Rctolvtd T'hat we laighly Spprove of. theb-mended
eotistitutti ot this state. sild ha we will use our. ut-
meast endevors miad oar ,au ftivduu-l ,Upp trt tir it o dop-
tioi 6n ltile peod4 ttI-sAsy of October next, 'esrClse it
lisuis the eligibility ftoventiottoet term. i (he wtin of at-her,tesrriots ath ilttrei sa rst.
iag charters, :pceifles -WHLTZ sitans amty -t having
the ri&bt of su|.age. abolitshes all ife uq s, giveis ti
tU pple the r gbt f-elleetiu their tsumnyoffletra -
snd Justioes of tkhe peace, and the pbwer ot a enw-
ledgiag chartered rights or of repesliag C-o hrrt ld
Swrongs "
Kaolved, Thbtwe will ever op ptlaiehnl mntin-a-
sonie'lomlinatiens tending to (A*tI1t*J st batd opprt-
sive inroad en the consleeeeel end liberties o ithe ci-
-iteniof this eommonwealhli, and that we will use oor
atoost endeavor t cuosign to the shades ,fobtlivio.
forever the. Great litK Priest of the Harrisbatrg Anti-
MeOino Lsquiiq tioo. ,
'"enived, Thit the eoure oflartin ?aw ourera-ets
Oar lull approhatiin,nd thai it'bi i measiureS lo sepa.-
rate the opcrariuinofuthe, 9weruimeat tffo i bltks, we
will staitd by himuntil -i as'aeei nplahe -d. ..
Revolved, I bat this meeting 0a heard with the high.
est plijeaure ithe'surce'l alteidig thie demoaraiicealts
iik the "Frr West," alnd the certain prospect oft eon-
oinuanceeiat te national councils uf that ter'-patrie,
-rh;;ms-H BeDeun. .-..
Dtniug theb abessee of the tomlittee- th. meeting
was'vtry ctJ ily addressed by Mr. Charles J. /ngersoll,
Lharles Brown mod Jobh J- M'Gahan.
Wnem, on motioa, -the ineeting, juoiltred U ;meet at
the polls on the 2A r-Uesd7y uf Oetber uetit. ,

At a meeting of the democratic citizens of the
Sixth Ward N. Libert'fies, held itthe house of Tho-
inas James on Monday svenirig, the '27th ult., at!
7i o'clock, for the puirpus of electing delegates to
the Re.iding Uonvenlion, Col. John Apptenas ap-,
pointed P'resident, Charles Abel aid iLewi Wade,
Vie Presidlents, ad Petr t Bower0nd mith
Hahd,&eerretIaies.' Bw ad m i t
SOn motion, @e following pemops wre* apponted
delegates, viz: -
Benj E Carpenter, John ApplecAble M lases,.
Thomas James, Lewis Wade& Charles R -Abel,
Charges Pray,Tbomas Weaver, David Conrad,.Pe-
tar Kline. jr., David Hnley, Wm Flick, Abr:ata
Shunk, Peter (I Bowers, Wan Fraley. Ch~risiian
Buck. Jacob RUdy, Daniei Weyman, Wm Wilkin-
son, Joseph tudolpti; Wm S 6erriIl, John D
Goeodwin, J H Douhlibower, Wax is Lott, 4am..
W alker ,'.- ,-- -- .:. .. :+:+ y -
On motion, Resolve4, That the delegatesbe ea--
powered to fiH all vacancies that omy ocou,.

The. Cpirees of the City and County pf Phia-.
delphia met in nCenltiaon on Saturday, the let
September, 4888. at tbhe Supreme tourt Rbkum anti
appointed GOS RGE M[ITlH President,-Charler
V. Hagrir, and Peter- Binder, Vice Preeldente~nd
M. Pray and E. 0. Wehb aff the County, end J. H "
Heon and I. T. Moflt of the u hy, Secretmaie.. "
The following persons were nominated or the ri-
spective offices: '
For 6WMZny, DANIEL SMITH, of Spring Gar.
ile a, "'- -+ :'* .'' '* : YL':' i.L, "

00lf %t~ h a~PTSttjrttflgrtj'sfray;
d l somie odtf,/I rfm f W--t for
shp fOll. Ap.*...r ThMtO.
r m. ri ,t m- -.- rI ".


On Sawmnday worniug, Sept. lat, by the Rt. RAv.
teh_. _, p.Oho J66W r r P^A if, to =CHA
J., tfaugw <" Ttoum Cf,:a.; 8 l-of vity,
k rb,;"rv= --;...'._. '-

On the 31st ulf. JOHNxw ro
SSuddely,-on the 29ith ult. ANDREW GCLvU, Emq.
-*n Alderman of this. ciyand tong s ra efelte*wbi-
tznt. He has'Laleft a num oteiokawiw--an ago& me-
thar an mfflitted widew. mt, m6p0 eisowig
children, and grand childgn, a- Vrorrtif d 9-W
ters, to, weep uyer his grkvt;-to weep ,er the re-
mainsMof hire, who Was kind and' O1f&igngto.in a,,
t6 -relatioi.shipsoflife. Upright mWd hbcM..t all
his deilings& he ha lefltmany fmriUe W sl in-
cerely murun hiss.. t o.
O, Saturday morning, in the 10th yaoftu s ago,
MICAEL WAVmnB0oaofJoaeph sad Ann Margmret
B a en,' -. 1-.+, .-; -- .- : .., ; ...* .' -
The denthofthis interesting child is fei -.
vere affliction by hiis parents and near rein s, ini
remtarrable for the ,weetne6 of Ji di9mpllii sand
the aily intelligence of hi mind: ....' .M
in New'.Y T, onThursday mrnimC. Col. Davin
BRo,,x, of 4hi Army of t Revo;ll dtsd 8s
yez:rs. -. "". .a
; NeVr fildsn, on7.Aeaday the,6 l..ib*$m lt
yoearoilier 'ge. MAiT Ross, duagUtet L
Newbold, ofiA'al city. -. .
On the O6ih iIlt a-a rreensbdrgciy ofltyehe
.tar, and Siiti of 'NeW Ynrvr, Kl:utnaa BU
yrin'ges!tsiier qfthe secretaryy of Lhe `$euly
0.. rhuiir-dny,A Aigest 30th. in th 24'kyot-df hip
a8-. Jo 1i \, VIiAftTi Pmfimatr of Mthetiib" and
Cbentitry in the Philadelphia lskFgfS%*hoe..T
On The 31St ,64. after a hort but severe ilinme, An-
NA iJaugliter nf L and Martha KRedmdi id'k yeas
,,lld 5 ,rnrht,."' ...... -
11 B 111 ll" In IIII" +I /ll ...... .. "- i 1 '
elm, s UJptkia Jloard be '.au.

M__ i..D. ILEWJ& ..
Letter Bnugit_,
t t-'-" *PlwiZudel,,uA, aFrccange. -
Ship Monongabelai, 4. S. NMiea'ker., .
-., -, TrioL eS pt 20
Ship Mal C rawred, LiNow S'w ftrom
Stp. Ililsh. Horuuood, Nq. w Orleans, anon
Brg l'reazy Du,4ou,, +'' < A 1. moon
B,-ig S sters. utverdsle, ,. s 'OiL oon
Brg r riual Prt. O"Ahs tw, mnon
ing ,ldrinh, Niargrov, Hnle4wgr,4tpt. 5
Brig Langftou Cnevo.fHarnron, hafesrteA ma-on
&dihr Flrin fv'q -"^.rpnrn St ftWikm'to, 4 snnin
.1r 'r i ... n~
B-'_.t A(Mta
".** ,ARBIVKO .,Muy
ShIp Vigiia. Harris. 65 day from Liverpool,with
'mdrdEatd lobeon, -Son &Co. .. .
Big Uncleo Sai, Sleeper. 1 lday from f OimM,
with 004t0v,&At) AvherPAhlws.
Brag Kmehelinea Htar. 6 day9 foht5deltdeth mdx.
to' relied. '
SBrig I Palmer, Muimlntnc4'4aya from HmaoMd,
witi mdze to Palmer & Hale. .'
SBrig Ed win, Board, 4 day toa Sf b'M with
oenttn al lce. '--. -
Mig AlbhrtinaEeSly, l6 dis days hmop fo4 do
Cn-'-a, with molasses, t) S 4 W.Wlah.', "
Bchr Fair. Play.Thspon,2 da-fN,_ with'
md. to Js Hiend. .. .I
Schr Dash. Hati. 4% kouni fi>om L Wi% t
-to Juf44b".
Sloop Miller,. Hambleton, S days f B4L with
mvnilze to Jom Hand. \ ..
'Three nfimtelschr Anrda"h)a.1(IRVuiP', 19
'lve rromSt Jago do Cuba,wfth ta "el. (to
B S n infg. .. .. < _
Schr Sarqh. Knowlton-. daysa inh,with
plaster, to'afptain.
Storr Helen Frazier, Cahoon, LO d IW N'Or-
l;ans. with augar and cotton, to Johitmsh
SBehr ITninoal ota,;8 dAys from Portlapdwith alt,
ntoS&'W WiAh: .: .a ,
Sor ltliRof'. flrnd.. 3 0 dey.Am"l with
mdse't4 Armet- Patton. Left mahr A i tHi dinmg
Jar N VYork., ; ..... I
Schr Fl'a. Cinnon id ty' from tBhlrs, wih*
mdze to J, i4fnd. ,
Rchr Firmt OnnunI. Oowle, 9. 8 du f-dug.t lfr
Hnrhor with castins, to T S Richar4 ?J "
Rbhr James Harbour. Baker. 4 d*'ys :re-. vi.
dance, with mduseo t Farna* CQ&..; : ,
ck r Two Brother W. dmns.,1 dayaowm leao,with
plqatpr, to 8 M W"dn & Co.. .-.1i
Sehr Bnrtn. Cnttrell. 13daya.foatA qor, willsh
lumthr.jto Walter. Snuder. -*- -
Srhr Fiwtni~r~faeA~t. n1 rMlk~t~wt
grtam. in toCaPm. .. a
.9ehrRqmhter P.!rk. days fre a h Imn-
bher, in Wahv j qounder. ;' ,-"
-hr T tI, Dow, 20 day IfroaiJ.T W with
coal. to T.D9li04. '--
` ,I' Mitarar 'Vine'hp AltyflWe ae rg
with wheat, to ativr & M!ineef. j
S-hr Marv fwlmrne. Lenpqf, r do Ywt
via canal, with mdze to Mre ip,41/
Swr Fh'r tismr. Grnv. L2 ieyi fda p- .Ajdjiax, with
bl.Mer and fish. 10 King., ;.."
Ster A-Mr, Bel, S daysfrem &twp.fwek. adse to
PaKta|t~w. .< .,.- .:
Srhr Wey month. 2 days (remOna tW^jlarh~or.
with iron pipes, to .. S ichards.. .
S r -"CLE4RRD. .-, ,,
Ship Sabina, JohlbOn, Qntar. WVhitorvema &
C o. '** '+, -
Seip Che' '; Vndye, .,., .
e.rf .i ;" Af.. 4 aC s & w
Brig Aldri^,SBorgray,., ffat~lr~ll'mitB Sons.
drt 'o' .' -
'*Rr'i Foveat, MooelwelI6ue> lbS D~ch. Jo.
Rrrg Acorn. Piowem: 8tetnA'/'Qpn 4hiltnn
.rig' V.hcezuela, Peddle. 1bet..mad.-jgusyra,
o Raigan.. '. .
_ Brig C'rmberlapd, Swacm St Jago dwerbs, B S
Bnrlih g .' .+ -. .
.Brig Ememaid, MoKenal., Da~,i &esqA4r Car-
Schr VP DepDhr., Taylor. Nct-foikuma-Pneibisrg
Jnlnrrte 'n "" d


B er Rnperior;.B''t froh; rleHuOS JaM d.
&,fir Fidelity. Wil eis. Brooklyn, N. y. (tY ain.
Achr Leark'Wa MMbu Fchr PIloi, S1reA.-IBairoioreM. ) f, V!utMgB.
-loap Unionfinki, .1u,1atMvO Je 'm .
".lop ot"i' k ntz. Peni NeW YW.Jas'and.
Sloop Chipm Podletonr'to.m.a.Wfll t o-
-d er. ,' T -.-.. ... ,a ". ..
Barge CmlutiiL idridge. Now YorkL ASAr.
1irgen P0rpoSmth, and. GCamp, Drke C
P .g f Co. -
Arrivedin the Ski i ..
Schr Ritza llei, Talbot, I ti waspot..
with plaster, toWndlte snd.oR.?2. 'L
-0 C.awfomi il~f^
2rnt.0nt-n. .
Ship Al hany, Miohaeta. wiitS; vfikmAema,
(ru laverpouiwsa mpilclallth 3ulp' Itfw. long
3 20 -4%. Y. Con 30-t :!,4~lW /
J ,ur. (on "' t u Barqu .Msaeliwe. S
* Brg. Fairy, Doaneasi. 6'r biirfuM sak
reacont, from Willingtii1 .t. t .Iti Them-
-lV e-.. "- a +*,
Brig SapMphW Ni*soenprjWyonrljfBsnp d
'l.tive, Msvpot, nlear4d at r bp$ 1n4 0y, *tor
'hid .. a- ...,"' A' F.-
arig Camo. and schr Itoldir Bdotan leading
it Pttmn, i W.h ut.. ,
-Brig Ori)n, Sft ibtat.Bmth.,SUh uklt'amuaea.--
It has bern stared that .hpQrmen was coming to Phi-
Ad. fromi Jam-aec. "-'. _
Brig'speleta, Breliar, hwnitAiw&& t Kings-
ton. 11bir t. "
Brig pBravf. and Gaels, w*kIr tJp., 7 days-
sirirnQ redy jar P61.4 -
Brig A Wlfred ?,leCa4pslrs^fl t friday.
lronIVwr ;AJ"' JL
,&ichr ClixJ.rna, Hakell, cleamNd t N euI
al.l-Br PA1i.
Schr Janp, TriW ha.ee at N3.dklM- WadtMt
Lchr Anwtbpiffiatwd or -mrv ma
Sch AnefefrC~fufdodOstrich. EIU& shaed at
Ctra'leamn, S7th utt.lbr M4. ir trt
Schr Wm Ahber, ,So*b 4bsatlh nlt.,
via Salemn .. -. ,....-. .<; .. ,,.
Sefthr Mlrey,%tence t.tBhathf4 l
oharedy -f*oth la*,
Woep teaol,.d Davis. hence at New la"dosPth:
tllt J ..t.:

ich caused the j --"w V' J'45 olyin -af Val's". *-* ''r*. -ay .1-
dent, 52,Caplain Seott,bearing the flag, of Rear-Ad. SHIP MXASTERS MEETING.
lawae County- miral Rose, Conmmander-in-Qbief on the Pacific A ,very large and resp ect1ta meeting of ship
we u tation, had arrved at Valpartiso, and was shortly musters, was held iat -ptori's "Hotel, in Dock
9whleri, we can stat.io.n, h.ad, arrived atv ,,
wrto o expected l at Callo. M. Ketch Gasilisk, Lieut. street, on Wednesday lasi, the '29h instant--
o hcy ela ro had arrived at Valparia from Oallao.- BENJ..HI 00 wa appointed Pre-
cracy of Dela 'The Imogene wasto sal from Callao for Mexico in dept, SAML. DoBgy and J. C. KARTCHER, Se-
marc ftethe present month. SALcreRtnd3 ATHR,8s
.o cheer us in the U pesent bou h cretaries. The following f Report of the Stand-
[to cheer us in
n enthusiastic The U. S. ShipNouth Carolina,74,was at Callao. s Ing Committee appointed at a former meeting,
,,.on u ,a The U.8. Ship .Falmouth..bad sailed for Yalaycar. was then read and adopted. .
or the cause -p rying up Mr. Hodgson with the treaty, entered into Your committee appointed at our last meet-
h..h c inus.. with the Peru Bolivian Confederation, by the Uni- ing, beg leave to state, that in pursuance of
"ted States, for its ratification by General Sanrta their duty; they have endeavored to impress on
...Cal lp, ii Cma., The U. S. Ship Lexington arrived at Cal- the minds of ship masters in general, the hu-
l tienper ef- lao the beginning of May. inanity as well as policy of their joining with
aciaraon or mIn- The French squadron'at Callao consisted of the us in our endeavor to do away with.a-barbarous,
SAndtomeda, 56 guns; the Venus, 50 guns; and the 8 6'age and unc/ristian c0tVoft. ,We have the
,,om-e n graver Alacrita bng yioreha
oe eanara ve Alacrita b rig. The Chliain squadron, cornsistingof great aislefaction of, now ifrmining youthat
the ecaration seven vessels, was piff CalTao. The blockade had ifiyaix masters of this port, have already sign-
this great m an been c.+rri' I. + """
... dw. not been crried into effet against Peru. .,ed our articles of agrebuient, and we cn also
Dalr tAe -dwenllng
The neg li The Peruvian squrdro ef four vessels was mioor- -state+ from our own -p erinst kro*ledtge-:aid-
e neglected close tote town of Callao. We have nothing ObservatiQon, that io difficulty whatever has yet
ni p ilosopher" later from that quarterand are ignorant of the been found in carrying out our .Weasures by
Whilstling wind .. i"..
wishing state of t e war between hili and Peru. any ship master who has endeavored to do so.
g every crevice On tthe" contrary, thb seamen.Lenerally have de-
olemnity to the LATIST 1rRt RIo nt4lAdrio.-rThe brig Or. clarid themselves satisfied with the prTbibitiW g
rot easily to be leans, l4qderman, has astrived -below ,from Rio de clause of the shipping articles of agreement,
ere, was a po. Janeiro, whence she said on thel16th July We believing with, us- that itf generally adopted.
-e,' atied the learn that at the test dae.sBaitimore Flour was sel any of those contliets will be prevented be-
r, by throw*- rig at 2[I-d Kichmoxat -3.- The article was tween seamen themselves, and with them and
irs fo taheiron coming in freely from the United States and coast their offfcrahat so) &equently of late have
ing wasrom wise and prices woulomoh-l- g O ended in bloo4 a(M murder. By raA, hasty and
00 wIs eamd]ice oul&-prabably give qyv on the*
sophy family a rv la arg. Golod Co -e was scarce; te" operate sea.men having so readily-at' com-
!vanishd witt it w eP ,0a.. nd such Iortal weapons sh5arm pointed
vmnhsi~ w th wa's 'quioted at 314100 4 '41000'. 'The Orleans suca h knvesorvdaggesta t ae oootn
A. lone I visi. brings a cargo of t'the eW crop.. i aeath knitves,:o rdag rs, that hiave. tooo r,
den was- opes..na f,,-iM, ,,,,-,! inn fit of drunken renzyiy passi0 ald r v ew
le wsopten, NVrA.-vt t -U- S Frigate Colufm-biaantdfsloop been hastily drawn fror their sheaths,and
ie from the'ea. of warjohn Adam*werwto sail in ten dave for the plugd -h the b:est of theirsllow man,
ide,distingu['sh- a" "- "^ .. plunged -nth ths,-aideiat-of their,'fellow mAn..
[de.dstiauish East Indies. The Pairheld was to eail in afw dkys oanag their sudden ath ian uu '-;, red
others within o r_ P_ m-u_.: the iat! 0 n -n. n u thnen4 Ora sud, g sar, n -vr unprpi e u-are
fo r Prnamouco. xkW 14,eponqeq4- 'iAant ri 8Icut
edecoratedtl ftoe dth'-P", pdo rly k fr mumaentiTR(ifitig severe woundsadut
va- t.per qr to O tha fR ir .y ooe or a endinrag in lingering sickness apnd pain, with all
i. His monu- : ) '-. the distressing oiuoutustdnces accompanying
iL'nm 'F Fro fio Ia l6wosor Ma) usiwrer.,- Auff, 44.eeae
I o fos0 hisa WHITTSUI1 -rriiT 8p~iNos 'vt.as'l .:.* -';; ; *:*< *,
bosoms W HIT S... --UR ". W e will nnw, therefore, recoui m en4 that a -
3 as American' Th/otompany stii-, Wotlnues in undiminished commtitse be -a.pin.&-7y1. ,y this Weeti,,, to'-
ionles a de- numbers 'attJhis atIiwilv watering place. '1nd wait on the diffSrwt shipping niaslcrs Ai this
lt I have just crowds are ily press in for accommodations. Port, to have the prohitin luae(agai
Jlustrious pens ..The Pr..--idit and'heretary of War are stillsheath kmye r deprohsbptntt i-ie-n (athainisht
a, one o the .ordiggers) pntedinteship
aone of the there, with itany oth distinguished individuals, pin- ;rlJclea of areement.tat H tt t mym be-
In d one of the ri ,. + : .+ '. S s o 'ph 6 .-- t k e, m r--a_ --- .
i one o f toe rm variousQ States J.e Vpfi p. Alijrge dinner come in general use; and we wduld fqtther re-
; party. of gentlemen ft vt rie Spirn-s, 2Dcjding the comment tha, an additional article of -age-
r .r..Pr. .. esidebt a Pnd mqpy Zier dtingushea personages, meat be entered into by alIjh"p masterr to-.i V
,TIMORU was given at the Gwabn*ier bridge on -Tuesday the preference in shipping of theit seamen, to
edriy morning last, for an account of which we refer to the follow- those shipping masters who will comply with
binet Makers ing extract from a ler-rm- gtleman writing our request, aud aid and a ,s4i us. ina. human
Br- riaL -aa-hotie, which we have been politely favored with, meahSues. 1Si reo '
naeofthe upper giving a very lively dteidption ofbthe affair: UFNJ(. EQb.ROOK, -
story building -, WHIT, 'SLDMUR, Aug. 21, 1838 -JOHN GRe ,, -,
owing to the .,"In addition to the many delightful enjoyrpents 0, GULAOE,"K Committee.
tb which the at this gay place we ve hba4 for several weeks SAML'WPOLBY, Camiitt
)rogress. The pas must not Qmitisationing the dinner at the JUOHN t. KARTC H ER ?'
4,d qej their bridge yesterday. O}oenel Downing the popular Philadelphia, Aug. 29, 1838.
it the intense delegate from Flotida,' ;nd the. party of Floridians Th.e foregoing -report being accepted and a p
(burning lur- in company, Judge -Alli, Judge Randall,'General proved of, the following resolutions were unan-
ed their efforts Hernandez, and some others who have been spend- tmously adopted:
soon spread to ing some weeks here,- being desirous of showing Qa motion, Resolved, That a committee of
r street, in some reset to the Pesidet., nd of extending four fe appointed, to wait otwhe different ship-
I tre.in some respect to ths,- Pesidapt1;v1 -fexttad
+U stored, and their cordial drilers aroneg their numerous friends ping masters in this port, & request them to have
y good store. here, guests of he place, gave a handsome barbe- printed in the ,shipping articles of agreement,
i stories was cue Iin&W at the -. OGreenbrier bridge, about five theproh-jbing clause against seamen or, nmari.-
p, comprising iless fro t. tho rie 1ipt., The company consisted nrs bringiter n O board their- respective vessels, -
lumber, tools, of lihttleor ahundred gentlemen and I venture a sheath .life or daggers, &c. and that we
-lpcluding a tb py, tabt in n spot in -the United States, (be- hereby bind ourselves, to give the preference in
7 The house y,'A ,h'prc jits of Washington while Congress nappmg 20f our seamen, to tb-se shipping
$6;o00 on the Yw3?91c uld = r~ p*e be found a more- di";, masters Who Ahalihave compliedwith our re-
Said-i h. d ..leat capmny than wee-he, sd-. uest Sad who will aid and assist us-in carry,
dentally as it werevathlemn thnoweatheri e man-- ,g .into full effect,,,the object, of this'resolution.
-o r 1,,-"-and that we will as far as or, influence ex-
rthwgrd soon taiis.: Among this tinguisd guests were the tends, discountea e, ,all others,.',The. following
1Souith of Mr terdesnt of the United States, the Secretary o naetnse fees ieapitdacn
ipied as och. War, Mr Roane, Mr Rites, Mr Strange, and Mr ,,te t
iaely eanght Nicholas, of-the Senats of theV Uiited States, Mr Sam. Dolb John Gm-e n .,
tonatelythere WmCost Johnusn,'lfl Lepre, Mr wise, r Theodore Julius, Gilbert Warner.
e fimenfioon Thomas, Q 0:4illerpononel Downming, and Qol .Res0l-d, ttat the fregoing committee
tsW *p R_ Beline, of the Iuse-flRepreaentatives, JudgeG dtav up a writ en agreement, and, request the F
stot wa, 4 -W.Oamyell,- Jd Cbl, J Mudge ay, Judge shipping master to sign it, that they will cot'm,
god store,, Masnn, D.0, Jadgg en.,4Judge RAnidall, 4jage ply with the foregoing resolution, and duly no-
ladies'. sB.6 Breeden, Gen. Htesndeu, Cen. WeightAian, tify the seamen, that they will not be allowed
ei1ved with- Col Sanchey,. jnd wy many other geatlemen under any pretence, to take sheath knives, dirks, ,