The Pennsylvanian
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Title: The Pennsylvanian
Uniform Title: Pennsylvanian (Philadelphia, Pa. 1832 Triweekly)
Portion of title: Pennsylvanian for the country
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Mifflin & Parry
Place of Publication: Philadelphia Pa
Creation Date: January 19, 1839
Frequency: triweekly
three times a week
Edition: For the country.
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Philadelphia (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Philadelphia County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Philadelphia
Coordinates: 39.953333 x -75.17 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 9, 1832; ceased Dec. 1855. Cf. Checklist of Pa. newspapers.
General Note: Edition statement: <May 3, 1838-Feb. 22, 1842> only; later issues have subtitle: "thrice-a-week" or "three times a week."
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 4/5, 1833.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Published every 'ru ESOAY, THURSDAY, & SATURDAY, at FIVE DOLLARS a year,]

JANUARY 1L 1839.

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FPARE UUpED TO TWELVE DOLLARS. Filberts. Stammering Cured. c i M.ASHTON'S Asthmina and "dting Ilood B lo
S ThePernay4Vania Packet Boat Company. 0NE hundred bags Filberts, of a superior quality Dr. Comstock's Vocal Gymnasium and Lyceum for N- NEW, AD AlFAaO9o_' Cu "!y-Jdge EPo-mut. A .PGCTAEW.IDOW 'iri)lid
PAST PACKET LINE .* IV just received and for sale by : / Elocution. i| Hat anda CttP Mai[ ^a Oi [Flea Adtinso s Pbi~eiad-liea.'minci Pet.] L btre accommaodated wili fioa~ln[ wo rID
tn PIS TT S BE URI THOS. BOND e CO. ALL desirous of entering this Institution, eitheri No. 216 Mariet ___ PIL.DUIuA, August 16, 1838. terms, in a resvectable neighborhood, in apiv
*.v'S8-dtf 2J Chestnutsa. 'A fo hrelief ^ of Stmern or'ipro|metin
IS S0C h nuY Stf o t h e i f o f S a m r"nT h i r d d o o r ab o v e D "S i d ,, p ;i I L A T K 4-, ,. S i r A f e w .w e e k s m iy e o n s i n g o ny 0 ttw opo w h e r e MF
Tii O LN lSS TU Xn~ ~~ta ve I Mor inga t 6A &-I .. .. Elocution, may ,learn'the conditions of ... .. .. .. .. .. .... Q .. .
ct l o, va aep Lac .,StartsS tvove Morning at c on- teOVe ,aan cory c a nANDREW COMSTOCK, M. D. ldelphia,wlwt.are mannfactred.aud ooa- L. ago, I ngoced in j9r paper t.tot of .de^ t "iha^ .'... .
ahid gL a tc6s-'E nstEn tly-Erfo r sale, a great variety of Fas hion- the uv rpriqi .* e0X b fJa vne, C A R M IN A T IV E on r a l d Ano addre. .e to R. S., an
l -1t.J ck:via Phifadelpha, Tn o. II A lI1 north Second street, between'Arch and 100 Arch street, Philadelphia. e Bc*fJqyi:eoC
rter'and Harrisburg Rail-Roaq4 Race etreelt. Mr. Editor :-About seven weeks since, 1, placed able HATS and CAP,,o warrapt4 ,_ua ,.,in restoring a great number 'of Pa e on .t,
;ia Cnal.__at a oloeptcesasa t a fyothweresablisha- mof nngMssissppi tonumberof 10pasegsonordatitnlewlmetwthteto.
and [Iia Canal. HENRY J. FOUGERAY / mysefunder the care of Dr. Andrew Comrtock, No. .'ts 'an a as ow prices a at any oer en of Missis t .a
Tk.bl^v, ".JTeaves, the'brd edstreet Houve, eor- I at thitnffieef w-ll meetn wit a .
T rNjI: g a|VinestMret" 'by hew'and splendid, p..f.. ;informs, 00 Arch street, Philadelphia, for the removal Of an ment in the city. wr -fet-vino wel.c
norhs friend (andthe pub. impediment in my speech, with w which I had been --Country.Merchan..supplied upon the l.Libwlfs
eighel s C as, of the very beat description. .; t h thhb afflictedfor thirteen year. I am noW, happy to state eral terms. jan 28-dLf gyad, toee"yQunoteitaoykind[y-yp mayrt tF the most approved patht, for sala at
*ig..... ........ ..C...rs. ,assured it .tresthe priebestowe~d uIpqn it. 4tsrewheteyaeajuedadp
T aw tso tasd Cars of thisLine are upeor m ev- h as j. r v ,a am- that I can converse with ease and fluency, and that d T be I hy ) hn'crve. fh ein es 4 stitl hee tya eadt an' praise
ar ceWpf-t to thMe of anypreviousinee by thisroutema s p js rple o Jv i am."S'V I feel no hesitation in speaking in public. I have T1.IJLfRICI The benefit I have received frp hi medici, by a inl Phin; .au 1
ad f oted "an convenience o11f different kind, suitS- witnessed the same happy results in many other thHerlEsbriber, hankleulforthe liberal enoure mor especially his EXPECTORA]T. induces into a amtd .-hAA,.'
paIta exertin will bed tmade by the ."rdprieorsof ble for churches, halls cases, both ofladies and gentlemen. '. have o doubt u J ment he has received, would inform- hil i, me to state my camse to. you for h benfit of those tNo 168 St Eas. t c -d. ofMur.. Fi.
h. L i e t o m e it w or th pa tronage of thl tra- offices. etc. etc.. w hich of his his success in curing the m ost tnveterate slam sd the public, that he still cop ivues the w ho are a .fl.ct e -in the.sa.. .. y L __ h- been y A of.ever d u p" "
veiling public. tht he will dispose of at the merers. Unlike all others who have professed to cure Taior-" Py.t-i equality AND HOEae, uder
oner.of.Fourthand..Chesnut streetl e. H, s stammering in this country, Dr. Com tock exacts no / S eo d n n h
r iizoN. J -c omer ofalnoutreot,-al s n hand a number promisesof secrecy from his patient. "N ALL:ITS.VA XOJS BRANCHBO Datical oppression, for moore the
a .-:. 41 C-Antir O B U M N S g n .o e y h n s m a t -- H E N RV J. E IA 't JM e. 826 .J 4r~ket S tri et, W hen a Idlder inl the A m erican c m ~ 7 8 1 e n u e i r a t c e o u l si
soB.,CUMINS Agent south side, nearothte, h ps bwithmanothers, (owing to gemS.
~ e~ mm y~ls bes ,r t No. 200 M market street; ble GRATES,, for par- Ij$" 31-dtf 248 Pearl street. New York. so t i e e rl h~ eet;a#Ohohopes, by punetua wih mn t er, o i gto S e;r ) ha
d4'b af alo e h P, by ityWE O C dn strict attention to bi nes s,to, merit a a ontgnu a violent attack of disease of tbhe' pg W bich I F or ae.,
^aysobe iroltN.2 rh Wetste; 10rs,etc'. He hopes, by OFFICE OF X'HE DELAWARE, COAL CO. once ofto tfavors....'A'YBROW. aOv .....
C;. E.' omer of 3d and Willow street; ate his well known attan- .n-e of past fvr. 'A Y BROWN. -was disabled from duty for a long Ie. ce that The eommodiom three stor IC Q
este~r Hoicmro r~dRace Streets; and O'r tth m. N. B.- ageartment I1ff 4 6aan ioC* alohilstees SrigGade.lnu
,h festa ,n comerofBropd and. t tion to business, in all its branches, to merit a shor .Philadelphia. October l- ,t .. lt" ro .i y ha e .. ." A large aevm be, it qnt6L re .t ...W.
' at the Depot. N. E. corner Vinmeand Broad ,ts. ionf rt .c.. .. rei prevent e impoitions atteped on the pub- on hand, hh will beold low for h. pod uUl recently, I have never b. from .ate,. 98.'tlt ,.,we
":- ;ar24--dtf "of that patronage heretofore extended to him. l, by persons otfering otaer coal as "PeacA jy .-dtf. lty breath .. .
war. ....A large supply of Olney's Patent Coal Burners. ... it i sc, deemedsop .of t mtte th t the "De- after year I have exnd c rated over a ll a dy; 'oe office of the Spring Garden Fire In urbue
''r1wLOA'APHl MIRAN'4 'LN o te tae ieinge aware Coal Company," are the sole owners of the fREoM. doAL h often mch more, and sometimesi t. ao- t "
Tei Dnrayoy. LAeEU CO' Line tract of coathl in Schuylkil county, known by the c DERMONt. Mercthanl th't repefu, ui or months to g ether, nhih after night i ave ind I dr ze rd
Si .er C &ota in a ofoe r N D.. .... of e ".*e "...Peach Mountain, ."Th m o e m h friends endthepublic in general, to sit, or be bolstered up, to obtO my breth. Th T, betwei t Sg,Door of tbe he

Fulion ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I Ioel,,rre of alte and Ohowut hisCJE fred anboke khee andli ina Arilal t,5 sit, orn be bostre uptf ad~na Ito" contaigee ycwa Hi ciworcl
an at he W 0ehoH mdnc ofEm grants In the Case of ROBERT TFIELDING, dec'd. worked, and the, coal brought te market and sold or thathe has rerod froa p td re t ad dii eI s s e T tTiS.
tgv ln w t rts eve "-.. . o; .,. ,., .. ., ,.. ^. ^ h he h sr m v d fo o 8sopth 3d street, to weakness and debility cause ed by s c o sa te aSr e h ar ,m G r en e tet ti
f trvellog wstw start eve Office of the Pennsylvania Company for Insurances whipped, by ethe Company only. All the Peach Mou -. DNo.n45 UTHE i Tive doors below pectoration, frequny Wrought meatastance ot os
ajsmFA fro e arehous, N. W. corner of__ on Lives and granting Annuities tam Coal retailed in Philadelphia, is la dd on the Ches nutwhere he i prea r adt...o le d,.d
'ad andaCherr streets, at 8 o'clock, for Pigttburg,"Company'shwharfM2dsetldnMrrke, sre,;,Brig,,.on detinh en terththt_,_s_,.....
-.via .ensylvania Rail-Reads an.Canals. TH,[IS Company hivingnbeen appointed, Trustees te"Scmpa.ny wharf,....beowmpany.arketst recteBrdgeoentrusted to his care.,Having'received thelatest rg o ot agleysh and wigs, cM y sue wi
of the estate of R bot Fielding. deceased, all the Schuylkill onwhchthe ompan hv erected Spr ashions from London and Pari with me to y fly an fs at I am here o quo Whver my hav odte m
TO BoAts leCAD CoRthis ine are fitted up in the persons indebted to said'esite are herebyrequired to etensivevshedsi from which it will5 b h delivered in neAl o M.sllll wr tet. ltoyou. I ,a _vnye ads l eto ws ee a hh
mostcomflortabe -n fnd egersa'. ncok m ake immediate payment at the office of the Compa- tho rde, wiReaso.thin dwo tp o f t c and eall sesoren, whica d he will m ake to 4 er twenty Attend me, tandyt. I ve diy t h sig done thaope th at will litvte e ote t
their "own 'v#io*, 'stoves being provided iu the. ny, No. 72 south d street. districts, at th e following pricesfor cash when deliver er cent cs hear than the iuma be Cto d r te ltted me. aneey.oh e o tipt gwfea, e. "
+-o ;p.,.per .ent. chepe tha th, sn Q/ualy ca b pur'- lieyto givame reliefwithonany beneoncal f~tenOct 3.. f
boats fbi' dtlit qr..-' by" an other SA HYMAN GRATZ, President.' ed, viz: chased for i the iy. All work warranted as re- Last winter I W gimot er very ave' i- T. S n
^ForjKage, (w h is loWer thany an y e SARS C. WALKEI, Actuary. j y18--dtf Unbroken Peach Moumtain, Jp6,00' .g..ns fit a nd workmanship.o hd t sa y rtie ,1 '.m g ; ,d R
line) apply at the of61. 51 Chesnut street; atl, the S. p Broken and Screened do. 6,50 -P. S.-louthernofSx and Western Gentlemen wifl ammation aof the Lung which eoted tOFIN E.
Fulton M ouse. I*', Eo btelat Destened fnded thyeaseas H. s nl vanI a C le ar ifin o d an .n ,r .-- l tsn w .' .. r l, .hdgpeler,
Fulton Iloose, IV,.E. ceiner of Water and' Oh u N 0 T of C E Unbroken WhiteUend Gray Ash, ,50 Per ton of it much to their advantage tn (wwou bdee prchasinghnmid
areaet,. Wat the Warehouetne, N. W. corner of C ey In the Case o ALLEN ARMI..RoNG, decd. Broken and Screened do. f elsewere.-ps...i. -f. -v-..

Che~iiV~tpeetN. come 3d ad Willw *trets; paces, swallas theTowns n thebranchs ^ te BI^^- past the aid ofo Blumedicion16;2wmv en' anwasttperm" Ided tofor te tailIXaY W their e Mmitiaactor yh pae. age4o Mrfr
and Bioad eo e' TUSTIN & HARRIS,t Office of the unsylvania Company for Insurances Egg' Coal, of either kind,, 6,00 224 al w Don t forges No. 45,south 8th street. calling Doctor Jayse. aWith the pstat e iof D-" 'REET-tore r
may 4-d4tf o a A D t s, e v on Lives arid granting Annuities. ut Coal, do. prepared for cook -d ap2 .12 -dtvn e.. mrd i.I i.
A .P. dl HtS Com pany having been appointed Trustees n L e fro and Roll Chewng obac co.
h .reeDaCesTL of the estate of Allen Armstrong, deceased all Ordersreceived at the wharf, and by REMOVAL. wearied medmy-bed; but.o-head. he.ng eh, Rappee, Maeua'n ay t .
OF RAL TIADCAR N 1 STAGES FOR pse rsons inebted to said estate are heby req tired to ste dC h st utl rs ectul h ads If erdmdyu hi o ad pad ei me to us aHalf h gron. o e mrs
AALR D CARS aqFrederick Bto*n, earner of 5th andChestnut .M.D WILKINd respec fully, tfort h. hi E.peora... I did sowit tot h. e tat, Horqals.
pats4 b-ur.g __a..1 fr lia ,ntepae ,o aw.i- make immediate payment at the office 0fthe Cbmpa- Thomas Reathi do 8th and Walnut ts.rd and thepbli in general, that he has ., ,n f a b
POPrAem aross th e --,,a-Road to 'No. e2sout h ,. 3d strte assetons. cured any o my acquaan ot v, P= nu BoaeW
o10Ld Intent Mail e vacn LinteUnted -y eo susth a GRAT stsreet John Neff, do 6thand Noble sts. removed his Cheap and Fashionable CLOTHINGa t ha cusn"re an o m y"uanan- ipe,. Boim, '. 4. I..
or asad -ahalf.A .WL ,HYMAN GRATZ, President.leeT.& E George, do 12th and Market eais. STORE, from the southiowat corner of pth and ou iseasees of tht lu it Might at let mitigate L N
e FuLnc an C A ,A rTJoseph( T Evans, No. 258 Market ft. Carpenter, streets, Stakvpeare Building, o vep to the my sufferings. eed i y hnw gatifiehd I fele- N. Eid.NI G I E Ti T honw-
the Dep t, corner of Broad and Vi streets, daily, at ,t olle ractei ly- And at the office'?of the Company, No. ll7 sonth 3d S.E. Corner of Sith and Minoa rseetat IT HAS EFFECTUALLY CURED ME A ". '
6o'cl Ak, A-I. at 10 o'clock, A." a 4 .o '.s CAL S L below Market, in the, rear of the Schuylkill Bank, soon as l commenced taking it, I uItret he a r ,
...M. c o dnv e Destined for the Pennsylvania Canals. t Th Secretary. where is constantly on had extensive assortment my caeand L egan to. breathe wit e n r ih Dot oert
i-f ,, ; in50 heurs. Tr is a g HEIsubscribers are prepared td receive and for- I qmana e r antit ofoReaMade Clothin ,coneistng of- Mye expect toration bcme eaey, and Co e fro ... ..
Fhea ropy io ohee oate terow d f bino whin ohe bagces,- becoh c y pu...ng me-- als A n 5 at ao, r, .ar" s o k eNaaet
Fr a t eer of ... Line c -e s ward all kinds of MERCHAND ZE for Read- Screened and Unscreened Small Coal, suitable for n oc es Co r t d i

hFor esta bagg ag he r of throuhwt tewmg onfices ... ... an Donis,. ,ramn w.c rnee Screened?1 and Un avscreene mal Cowaplsitablnste for Lono*iFrcb 'a-d i-e Coat':r 11 ,, aH .,II -ru~ T~am e Iy an mycog en :, *wsq s' J
.vi. .P.... n 4than g, Pottsville, Lebanon, HafrisbSgt and intermediate Steam Engines and Limeburners. oct 13- dtf Do FrOckJ do,' '16 2 t te o e s e. 1RATEFUL or former v, respectfully
DtofIo, ad ar et street; N. E..N OFi 4thEates SIX, .. csa c n c them r on fi
Ch treeta N. corner 3d an4 Willow streets;, places,. asowwell as w erct the luTowns on the branches f the Do nBluedo 16 21 mfya Lefi n nn-tthionge uf rr
o. S equl-t Atget; No. 85 phesi t street corner Susquehanna and Juniata Rivers, as. Boats care dailyusD tly Ros Oinent Iear. Last a r I t a da o bo adt hlinea retfe sibel
Con s .% est; N.... ..... .... ..W .str.eet_ IIIIo Jer K O S 9 Dod Dress do. ] 0 y a s. nutsum erI Vi g etdA l fb od a dt eptlpi e eah r~ fr olb rl
Race end aon streets; or at the Depot.s leaving their wharf Fairmount Dam, Schuylkill. o Ge e nre o d t e r o t o i t en sirrs. d2 lth odIam f l oi ooa o"" t o
J. DAN CKE W NCO. .S rhOLTON 4 CO. UMRfinding a last such ag- t. keep. W. hndf ATEoraeoorderCG A
A ; do CO.roc w sc 16 21 after suffering so long, andh as-Read- czens, andy faiiSynisp9paeduaaloih
r? ,dte, rprtd "a greaN and Fthewardingn, e.--erch etc., Mlccnts will be cssessesf to'rorder airisnh a- Oli a 'do d12rtsPi nat relief from Dr.re Jayneans E Btorap I feel an- 4 fur 16- -allterequi. it e appendabe foJ .pon
4ai .l nCO.'S ACKETLIN ogoo to the Receiving Depot WillowaSt. below 3rd stgretsand Pympte t he s aeugits Do 'do De d k 236 do'RHnso yo nt h y en'' Apl.tthebio'csothet i

-.R lI C .'S PAKE FIMALY gands 3rdrao othen cutaeou erutnns Doer InvisiblA Gtov8ldto 3ii ^ 20 io3 to infrmrp my fello citizen. wher relie mayTT ghe~tbeca'wish a. e Hearse an Caraesfri
.ti toJ Piat ao d sts .gx. l cnu o gv street, as the drayage will be much 'less tha t o 3 A anetob oDO do o dFtock do 17 22 be had. Ify .i 'n'o .th iUna Rat srnes.f
V Pea' n analand Rail-Rads. SchuylkillB. CO.f ordinary urs er ecedbany applicam DoAdelaideBrowndo do 17 22 paper, you will'oblige me bynotngit. ity, nrel ere, at thel iel otie.
-RA1N OF CARS mar 22-d tf PHILADELPHIA, February 10, 1838. Do do do Draw do 16 20 NICHOLAS Hen
Departs daily at-8 o'clock, A. For twenty years I was severelyafflicted with Tarrau Thick and thin Pantalions and Vests of every de- No. 35ombard'street Fur 4Daps.
aM from the corner o Broada n and t ltiladelephia wedc alo mee on the y Face and Head: the dis easeon scription;thin.Frock aa, Coatees, ando m bundJk- ,Mr. Harris baa long been worthy member(wea i
'. --- --.' .tr .a ... ; g + Bso m Humphrey,3 FOR S keabOV u.Wt twas sni venteen years old,tand continued until the Fait o sf eor ydon;f -rm lo hr t s ht Cella rsoeeo, No.u8S Bcgad orn eref Rd rarkdtW i fte0 At b a

nov21-dtfets via Chestnut Rail U. o. 154trs Nt.e. 3d l n se l gosen ST. 3u WareoRSe willNP beT im e-tst of-vrydise- Shifts and SitA^ A Cellars,??^ of~eysueo qaiy dlvre.t olw
a .zve t,, vaou No-. 1"e a 836, varying in violence, but without ever disappearing.ts et of ey cp believe a deacon) of the First Baptis cit h e Nde
Road-4irdVe at Colambia at 6o'clockP. M. and de- ,D evoledexclusively/t6 the treatment of a certain During most of the time, great part of my fee was car. Stocks, Drawerseidnrd uenders. Also, Oendemen's b a imlcit fir may be 0 on an Nr ae by
parts immediately ,for llolidaysburg in the packets, kind of ieease. ere withthe eruption, frequently attended with violent Travelling Mantles-alin the e proportions l ty, and implicit confidence may b ced in his stantly ohnd ae

iB~edite esptc yet artfrd Poidne own eons with-th erpton freuetl atene with violensrance1-4nRthe "we Premociums. eitn ucsi h ramn^teaoeosa ag up .
there 'ke the cars across the Portage Rail-Road to f iR. GLOVER continues to devote his ttention ihing; my head'svelled at times until it felt as,if it N. Western aSouthern Merchmts, wish ing assertions. GO. LWIS B. TAYLO
would burst-the- swelling wNas so great that X could to purchase by wholesale, are particularly invited 1t 0: Persons are invited to call and e h an o
Wohnsto.4rf, from thencevia canal, to Pittsburg. exclusively to a select branch of his profession, woulare bgetmy hat, on. During the ong period that I pa s by whale, re partcuaryingie toPirsaarenvitesedtoalan. dsh i' anl o .
W, l ougil far daysand a half., iz: gleets, ulcers, strictures,and all delicate diseases, was arficted with the disease, I used a groat many at Icall and view the collection, before purchasing else- satisfy themselves.

Two ug2indifr days and al wasase af th n cas h t ted- withalito the d hisease Ixeused a raany Jd.Iap-dpe ae fpeim nLf tu e h amrai~nAbM~ci~lrTpr f| h ChafTge&F D~t!C~ouadr. C
The its and Cars# during the winter, have been Strangers are respectfully apprised that Dr. G. has re- plicatioes, (among them several celebrated preparations) where.- eo s 7--dtf The above valuable medicine may be had whole- EVENING LINe TO WILMINGTOn i
refiui, Perase nowhi complete order; the cars have ceived a regular medical education in our first medi- as well as taking inward remedies, including a number s le and retail at JAYNE'u DR EMI- t A a a o a p26d.
all been placed on 'eightwheels to insurme safety. The calcollege, and his practice is duly appreciated i n fthat of ittleswofuSwaimp'osnsiaea uera tefSarlpatUe e- / THE GIRARDd sa a tret aS Du HT
boats horhisa etliad oman4ioth s, afford every aont particular class of diseases to which he devotesphisdcines I used. I was also under thencare of ptworofthe aLFE INp[IeraNCRn. ladephia. Price f This EXPECTOR t e P- he *pt, U9no. rS w8 l
JJ i3U i ,for the comifrt and convenience of fa- whole attention, ,nrd is consulted during the day and most distinguished physicians of this city, but without ANNUITY AND TRUST COMPANY OF ver fails to cure As.a, r daily. ,except Sundaylat at4j o'fopk, P. M. st'pl
mI -n eling west. There is, also, a larg bag- evening, as usual, at his office. Strangers should not eeovingea much benefit, 1 nd despaired if ever beingor reAi2ve ..oa.t artobh Mre lo ,n
gage room in the boats below deck, in which the bag- be deceived by puffing medical advertisements, but cured. In the Fall of, 1836 thedisease atthe time being PHILADELPHIA. nov 15-dtf t ,zeohere, Mr ook a cl
gage.is carried. 'Passengers on this Line canhave those who call at my office may denied upon that .very violent. I commenced using theRs Oiltment,[pro. Oice, 9 u St. and Qaryville '
efr extra baggage o through with them on the uifrm 'and C ons sten treatment which has rendered pi y etVaugane T wDavis.] n a fel w applieati ns the dO U ".' w
Sgaineo y practice so subscelbersated selling thsei Scases. illviolent itching ce ed, the swelling abated, the eruption Capital of $400,000, P f T P O a
1am boat nsrar .l my practice so celebrated in those cases. began to disappetl t and before I had used a jar the dis-' RCU'api Pal of ,$0 0
The abBve lines connect at Pitteburg with a daily sep 28-dtf ease was entirely.cured. It has now been nearly a year C H A R T E R P ER P E T U A L.t na t The RUS of CTroWnWth
line of steaIboats, running to Cincinnati, Louisville, and a half sinee, and there isnot a vestige of the disease iNSoRE LIVES, grant 'Annuities and Endow- t a s o ed d
Nashville, St.. Loui Marion City, Jacksonville, Al- Lectures on Phrer nology, remaining, except the sears from the deep pits formed by Smerits, and make onutrts generally thrt invo lvett e s Md i i d.
ton, and New Orleans.O L aN E o dS thedisease. It is impossible for me to describe in acer. the contingency 0f blie. Accept Trusta as suthorit-.- e' 7e rems be o oo
rpssageppy atthe oes, No. t s Chesnut AND EXAMINA TION OF HEAD tificate the severity o the disease and mysuffering, but zed by thecharter, from. individuals, corporate bo 10h0 do. Clown di.
ForpastsAge L 2pore oDat ofLLAhesNos. A5l Nuth.Iwill be p leased to give a fuller account to any person dieo e Coart o fJuste, a nd eecutehem s gree ablo p,) o lbs. Be andbox Boaydsitogelher with age
A.etndicorer of 4t$ anti Chesnut streets. f A. O' Se Ch B ges Pratca ve wanting further s atiation, who will call on me. At dkwsies, or our s o o rtmetofh Prewen,, Wreisgaatee
B s a the 0.tS. FOWLER will give Practical Lecture the time I c ommenced using the Rose Ointment I would to the desire of the parties, and receive aouit of aoa ssen hose pora, in frtarin tei
Sea, Scaniobe secured i at n the Warehouse, corate l on Phrenology at his Rooms, 210 Chestnut at,. have given hundreds of dollars to be rid of the disease, money in trust, and on interest.,reth
ner of Cherry end Broad streets; Vo 200 Market st; on MONDAY EVENING, commencing- October 15th, at Since using it, I have recommended it to several persons IMFE INSURANCE.--The terms are as low as FOR FIZZ
N, K. corner ofld and Willow steers; and at the De. 71 o'clock, and closing with public examinations. Au- (amongLthem my mother, Who had the dissase badly on those of any office in the Union. dee l--dtf 4 Frankln P~ee. near Chetnit si
corner ofVine and Broad streets. mar 27-dtf mission 121 cents. ..b. her mi) who were all cured by it. Rates for Insuring $100. r 7a WliMO A
po, one f ie ndBoa tresma 7--ti.Surrounded with his extensive cqtbinet ofspecimeyw. JAF1o DURNEL I tg. o ea.'o y s hlie .'.te | 0
sOUrHWARK SMALL NOTES WANTED. which embraces hundreds of distinguished American S l. anual F.1 ATDO MRGG.
L ,Co;ntry Smallotes wanted, such as Read- citizens, many criminals, rare animals, Indipr speri- 0 :7- Sold by Vaughan 4k Davis, b. 1E. corner uof 3d WANTED 91 3 N prentgt"s'lblpreptra
A"gw Wcater,, and great many other Penn- mens, etc. etc., the lecturer possesses greater faciii- aSTd Race streets; Thompson 4- Pancoast, Market and 0 '1'19 b$1 7 I7tce of the public. as an effect remedy for
sylvania.. nes b.k, ,. e f ties for copious illustrations, and impartinginterest 2d streets; and by most of the wholesale Druggists. 1 31 1 36 2 36 .ilRHEUMATIM, SPRA.N perty. Apply at their oflcesqth.east ebri
... R. & G. MANLEY, and information than can be any where else'foun& nov 8-dtf- 3 1 6 1 532ST ISsANDSWELLINGOr Chestn tanffd'lreets .
nov j-.lJtf N. W. cet. of Chestnut and 3d sts. He will continue to give cIorect phrenological do Feg4D .t..-..., 4 1 69 1 83 3 20 Ln.ALandCHRONIC PAINn -JM ......... .
sciptions.of.character, at 210 Chestnut street,(be- 45 1 91 1 96 3 73 The subscriber can with the utmost confidence wa Sck ''Co l
-.Raisins. tween 8th andg9th streets) where also may be see, (Duringte Winter Season.) 50 1 96 2 09 60 m rantit to be the ORIGINAL and GENUINE pt-pa- 1. y JOH -IIVNr alo 21 No
l f- h s e, LEECH fCO. have made arrangements for
sale hyC cing these o' Ciay, Adams, Benton, Judge White, oIrwFrdthg goif's ato rut lrba, v agoan ed: y.. 2.p. 1 78 ration of
THOS. BOND 6f CO. Polk, Drs. Bascom, Humphrey, Fiske, about twenty untilthe opening .ot theCanal in the Spring. th offie. I. Pt. ,.L" O T RA cL "F 'CI oavery sror quait, Red a tdthi folloO
nov 21--dtf 21 Chestnut at. U. S. Senators,etc. etc. Call and see.All goods sent to our Warehouse, will be imme- 'te .B. W. RICHARDS, Pa.. ..FELLOW OF THE ROYAL CoLLEG-'OF
,fesseiuMessrs. Fowler 4- Brevoort have for sale several diately desoatched at the lowest rates.-, JWFAS .^ ." JAMSJ,. Actuary. Meber of,- t P...op,. Soety, reduced prices: -.
eedl. works on Phrenology, their own works, Caldwell's TUSTIN & HARRIS, feb 2 tf Lecturer on Anatomy,&
Cownoa C.bby whom it was employed forsSeveral yearswith Bpihon, and "ee t r t 6 00
Coal Freights at the highest rates, with imn answer to Sewall Jones' works, 4c. oct 5-d6ni nov 22-dtf TN. W. cor. Broad and Cherry ste. Eg
a mediate despatch, to Hartford, Providence, Life Insurances--N'erw Rate oj Premium., deviating success, in the treatment-of the above IIsea, r.rI- Lup, ,
i ',an oher Eastern Ports.- Apply at the office DR. GLOVER'S '1 Le DeuuOci'&st's AlnamaaC, THE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY ses, and tbr the cureoofwhich it has become --, -.., ...:; -.,
oftiel belaWare Coal Co., No. 117 south 3d. street; or ........... AD cPOnLITi CAtL IIEeGrSaTER Fo nrne on iesan0 JUSTLY CELEBRATED. nov g..d~tf '' : ..."+ ,+
Wharf, 3 bloW' Marke, Mreet, schuylkill. z__E ixi1r Ut ret hr it i C, WOR 1839, cnaigthDelrioof Inde- -~r[ m~ne n ie a d hiprpe~ration wil be found to differ in the wi- ~, +,
"Waunsd, a small V Ial for Alexandria, D. C. Iu'OR the cure of Gonorrhcea, seminal, Weakness, iU pe ndence, and the Constitution of the United G ranting oAn ul fess (hu der th psambe naerefo and ASUMIN nsirmsiMlar ue- F' the COWTr1?ZTiD.~'on Oaitv Ci
otdfonly pleasant, agreeable and positive cure for the cial Officers, United States Senators and Members of .It rances greatly below former ratesand will new ties, as it originates in MEDICAL 'SCIE NC.E, wad aurqT, alt the N. 'W. cor f er an+ h
Passage tresn Liverpool. above. It is free from nauseating balsams, and is plea- Congress, Governors of the States and TIerritories, insure as follows, viz: ,', possesses the GUARANTEE of many ofthe t~most streets. All= -Letlers inust be a ddes.~d to It.
Persons Wishing to engage passage for their san, to the taste, and efficacious in small doses, effect- and the time of holding Elections, and the place and .Ratee for insuring 100 Doll lrs, eminent physicians, of Euroi~e, who recommend it MANLEY, as above. p5-
fiends ia first rate ships, to sail from Liver- ing a cure in a few days. It Is put up in small flat timae ol'rneetinto/'thelState Legislatures,togot~her with .-Folyt.Fr7yerWheLiewhetrecniecemalh edieos -o whcatp: +
Rm 'P i de p i ,on the 16th of every month, bottles, one o fw klch is su flceri tl'n all ordinary cases. the votes polled for President and Governors in the o ly e rr. aFor7 ye rs Whole L i sofe ih e tred co "e c in all t d s a fo hi hi "t T us e
poy nor P lde lphiya ,pi ingB RperYOR,"annum_ per an um is h o h hered.s -nISl v r t es b c ie ~ m h ,,/a p r v d k f t m' +h i t
may now de so y applying toPrice S$1. For sale at D oct. G LO V E R 'S M ed cnl O f. several States in 1836, '37 and '38. A lso a variety A tth eage ofg+, yeara, 9 2 ete+ 98 c 17 5 ets. W t u h p o f n is f v r h t b ~ i e c r m F t ~ ~ i s p r v d k n o !~ h i
OBRTAL R, ice, No. 154 N. 3d st., 3d door above New st. 01 interesting matter, selected from the Speeches andt 25 112 120 205 "~ it unnecessary to .make a~y further comment, or to Pcases of Hernia, for men,' womenand cbildrt
oct~Q-- tt276Markt s. aove8th. sep18-dtfWritings of the Patriarchs of Democracy. For sale ,30 132 145 2 38 enter into any quaoisk~recotftietdanions, being well for sale, and applied at Dr. GJ.,OV-ER'S Officee N. T
otl--t 27Makta.aoeth sei'-tfby P. D)ESILVER, 35 153 170 276 satisfied that- ;t contains such VIRTUES. within it- noth Trhird steet, ihree dd6rs' kbibt'e few.*
Dr Iaaa me e h~luylkill (oaL. nv3.df255 Market street. 40 178 195 '3'21" self,' as CANNOT FAILIto proye its superiorityover To Brewer and E ap-t,." t
+ -i d If..QP casks Dry Malaga Wine,of a superior I Esubscribers are selling their Schuylkill Coal -50 249 289 4 68", INFLAMMATOXRY RHEUMATISM,--Siymprema FOR~ SALE OR RENT,
1 ~qfbquality, in store, at-d for sale by .Lfrom the Belmont, Broad Mountain, and other, Ellegant Cabiiaet Furimiure, 0 2 l te eeis
THOMAS BOND 4, CO.. approved mines, being'inferior to none in the city, at At I o. 112 south 3d street, below Walnut st. Apply at the office of the Companr, No. south 3d --Aver acute pain, accompanied with inflammation The SOUTH WARK BREWERY, Phi
b----dtf 2 i ~Chestnut '+t. the following prices: T HE subscriber respectfully ca41s the attention of_.street.t ~ HY --.--.lMAN G- -.R 4' 7, President.. and. awellmg, ofone, or. more of the large joints, the _BI~g _e1 him... It is+ one .of-.the. largst and best
Broken and Screened. $6 50 per long ton, or 2240 lbs. -Uthe public to his stock of CABINYET FURNI- mari6--dtf SEARS C. WALKER, Actuary. pain s0metlime shifting from one ptrt .to another, of- fi mTi Philadelphia, and fOr capability and ecoi
Exchange Bank Egg Coal, 6 00- do do TURE, which he offers at very moderate prices. It ten, attepdeu with a very high fever, my of arrangement, perhaps unequdalled ihtheU'[lc
AND S VING' JNSITUTO-,,Lrge.oal,.00 ddo icwarantedto-bWhnpontoeurdiseyaseesiniTrattteendeWdeTthe dseaslisnatenddrThebuilings reoo goodcotsr ontot;eheMM
A D AVNGS. 6 NsoThITh UT.O N utLrg Coal, 5600 do do equwalrne to any in th pt, aing pdua~iliyad sp eiagart MECHANICS' 45 TRADESMEN8 with much fever, the patient should be well pur- house and Kilnarecapgible of-meking'17,040Obash
'lAPITIAL 250,p00 DOLLAR8. Small Nut or Pea Coal, 4 00 do do its being made of seasoned rmaterials and by competent ]Loan Company of Peunsylvanla 'g ed every other day for-several days, and may -of malt per annum;the Schuylkillwater is introduce
Open dailyfor tletraneati on of bupiness, frum 9 A.M. Orders received by B. S. Jones, Arch above Sixth -workmen. li .. ... kewise be freely bled in the +arm of that side + every partof the fe~wery; tere isa$teapuE~g
l.ONY to3p.~v.street, at the stores of the subscribers, Willow street A call from all is respectfully solicited, whether as Jt~tI]O U Ii~egar'S. which is most affected. The use of this Lin o ix-os power,. th bes cosrcini peru"

IVA. of interest allowed to depositors, for six months ueiaware, or at tne wiarf loot 01 willow st. Kailway aug 7-dtt .C.R. .TDT0 "'." ------.. .--- ... prs, Coolers and ..ats, are in firtte ondiion;
dpstrfrsxnyINCORPORJqTED BY THE ST./I OF .+,~ laoeadwl ubdoe h W^ ... .. ..
and osyear. chuylkill, where they will meet with prompt atten- of the disease, and well rubbed y the affected a wi hold over 25 barrels; the Cellering unc
Uneurrent money received on Deposit, and bought ion BOLTON & CO. H .SIXTH STRE parts three times a day. Should the pain shift the whole is'200 feet b 80 feet, and part'18 feet
at the lowest rate of discount. feb 6-eodtf rMWENTY bales Munjeet, on hand and for sale OFFICE NO. 1$ SOUyTHSIXTH STREET. a1
By order of the Board. ot STEP NBALDWIN,HIS Company being w in active business are to some other part, let it be well rubbed h thedepth, anis perfectly dry andool; there an
Sti t t f W. cornerPIIFront and Walnut. ready to advance money on deposit of all kinds Liniment, still continuing its use upon the parts Brick Stable and Cooper's Shed, &c andattached
dec8-t J. DESSAA. Cashier.cl I^yH 1? 618 yN .cre rn n ant of collaelsc~yfl of all881 a kindsadwm Liniwe t ,
c derof theJoar N i ol s1 tw rnMARCH TERM. of collateral security, in snus to suit the necessities Of first affected, to prevent is return there. In an te premisess a dern ndsome three storyri
dec --df J. ESSA, asher.. M RCHTER. 11 O %vI Jmin gt ocase whe e th -isease is unaccompne D webing,with marbIe mantels, grates, &c. anu kiti
The-Com pany. bowelsnee n sho ed b 1 en on the same flori th 'a handome...de.
L o o k in g G lasses, p ERSONS who may be obliged to avail themselves .ng t o .the ublic.oev ero cth ie aeiss th uTe h ol n be ent e d u m mel g a
'_description, manufactured and for sale, w of the Insolvent Laws of this Commonwealth, MORNING LINE. The Company are desitot s of Iallg the attention of fever or costivenesk, the bowels sho
d at 18orth d street, by will find it to their advantage to call on the subscri- On and after Tuesday, No- they are prepared entire invoices, aswelluas prged, a sweat taken on going to bed, and the s wellworthy the attention of-practical Brewers
dec 1-dtf IJ. SIDNEY JONES. ber, by whomatheir business will be correctly and le- member 6, a Train of Crs will on smaller deposits. as Liniment well rubbed avor the parts for a fe ,it.,.i.
ga l y attended to, until a final discharge is procured J l '--leave the Depot, No. 280 Mar- They will receive money on deposit, and albw the days, and a cure will follow. A greatpart of the purchase.money may remain
SW hips, from the Honorable the Judges of the Court. Terms ket street, at 9 o'clock, A. M. for Wilmington, stop. usual rate of interest on thesame. CHRONIC RHEUMATISM.-This disease is mortgage for te of years
F every variety, manufactured and for sale, at moderate and accommodating. Office in thebas ping at Lazaretto, Chester, Marcus Hook and Quarry They also receive daily deposits, to be dran at nothing more than one of long standing, trequent- Forfurther particula ndconditiosofsaeap
F118 north i2d street, byet mn story of the Prothonotary's Office, No. 9 Statvile.nov 5-dtf the pleasure of the depositor, on which no terest ly caused by neglect or an improper course of may 3-dtf3 Gra's ale Phil.
doe 1-dtf I J. SIDNEY JONES. House Row, Chesnut street.
ROBERT F. CHRISTY. Office of the American Fire Insurance Company, is allowed. The office hours are from 9 o'clockA. M. treatment during the inflammatory stages of the
Painted Pails. N.B.-Persons who wish to be keptout ofdifficul. DECEMBER 27, 1838. till 3 oclook,P.M. except on Saturday, when tde.otf complaint, and mostly differs from the former by rrusts and De o Iites
IVE hundred dozen "Wilson's rand," just recei y until the erm, would do well to cal as soon as AT a meeting of the Board of Directors on the 10th ore ot rd. bing unattended by verand usually makes its ECEIVED by the Girard L Insurn, A
ved and for sale low, at 18 north 2d street, by practicable. Advice in relationto the InsolventLaws ins. it was pA E DOU HET Cas attacks upon a sudden change ofte weather, or' U ty and Trust Company of Philadelphia .
idc i--dtf t. SIDNEY JONES cheerfully afforded, gratis. Real Estate bought .nd "Resolved, That the form of Policy used by this A. E. DOU HET, asir. etint wet &c TRUSTEESHIPS and GUARDIANHIpS of t
dec-d SIN JOsold. Money obtained on mortgage. Company be altered, in conformity to the opinion of aug.31-dtf by getting wet, &c.
o me mocray In America. Rug 1-rgage. Mr. Bminney and Mr. Sergeant, so that all renewals, Treatment.-In this disease, immediate relief tate executed agreeably to the wishes of the patti
cum ~ocracy in America. aug/ 17- dtf by payment of the premium, shall be effectually com- THE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY FR from pain is the object most desired, and to ef- u nde on yraerives i. tu a on
'J UST received, second edition ofDeTocqueville's .o the Public at Large. prehended in, and made a part of the deed ofinsu- H NNSYLVANIA COMPANY FR eet this result the Liniment will prove of great St nrce ivetd o i
. Democracy in America. Also, T a meeting held Dec. 12th, 1838, of those rance, under the seal of the company. Insurance on Lives
Preacott's History of Ferdinandand Isabella, 3vs. who have been invalids from the effects of ,Resolved,r That as to insurances heretofore made, A D GRANTING AN U7,. value, as it seldo fails to give gret a e .resident.
flancroft's History of the United Sttes, 2vs. (CHARTER PERPETUAL.) few hours after its application; but,
HASWELL, BARRINGTON & HASwELL, colds, &c. and who had tested the efficacy of Hol- and renewed or continued, or which may be renewed (CHARTER PERPETUAL.) ec. r
t. abov 7h broo k's, onon Cougha the folloi ngra or continued by paymehtof premium, and receipt for Entire Capital paid in $500,000. permanent cure in this complaint, it is necessary JOHN F. JAMES, Actuary. jy 4- dtf
oct 4-dtf 293 Market st. above 7th. brook' s onon Cough Drops, the following pream th same, (whether endorsed on the Policy or not) IVFFECT Insurances on Lives, at sea or on lanr- to attack the disease internally and externally at
Spectacles / ble and resolution were offered and adopted : this Company will, in no event, nor under any cir- X Granting Annuities and Endowments, and mke the same time, and, to effect this purpose. Clocks.
F all kinds, imported and for sale, at 18 north Whereas, when at this season of the year, man- cumstances, set up, as a defence, any objection that all kinds of contracts in which the casualties of ife PttOUTS' COMPOUND, taken night and morn- CASES "Wooden," just received and f
F all kinds, importedby kind are liable to the effects of change of tempera- the same is not embraced in the policy, as a part of are involved-Receive Mbney on Deposit in Trtat, ing, and the Liniment well rubbed over the parts 20t sale low, at No. 18 north 2d street, by
dee l-dtf J. SIDNEY JONES. ture, and as it is the duty of each and every one to the deed, but will admit of record that it is a part of and are authorized to receive and execute Trusts wll produce the most happy effects, and by a per- dec J SDNEYJONES.
Ceda alleviate the sufferingsof the same; be it therefore the deed," JOB BACON, any and every descri ption.Apply at theiroffice, N verance of a fh wee t seldom or nevr ls
Cedar W are, ~~~Resolved, That the proprietor of Holbrook's Extract from the Minutes. JOB BACON, Seely. 72 south 3d st. HYMAN G0RATZ, President. svrneo evwes tslo
Ce arResolved, That the proprietor of Holbrook's xrc SEARS C. WALEER, Actuary. to eradicate it effectually. DOCTOR V A N DON'S
gF every description, manufactured and for sale, Sonon Cough Drops be induced to make known to In conmplianee with the foregoing resolutions, the Dar I i CT aro ais. STIFFNESS AND SWELLING of the (Fooi GEifAST,)
IR.Y at No. 18 north 2d street, by thepulctebnfcaefetreutnfrmteI opinewtthfoeonreouinteD11RECT0R8sriFNS A D SW L 1
dec 1l-dif .bSIDNEY JONES. the public the beneficial effects resulting from the conditions of insurance on the face of the Policy, Hman Gratz, William Parker, JOINTS, pains in the SIDE and SMALL of the RESTORATl E P Ll ,
use of his compound. have been altered to the words following William Kirkham, John Moss, BACK, originating froW a Sprain or deep-seated A Positive Cure for Gonorrhcea, Stubborn Gleets,4
e and W h*t Ash Cal In compliance with the wish of said meeting, the Thatv n cerd tion (of i John B. Newman, John Bohlen, 'COLD. In these affections it is only necessary 0c.
.ed and_ hite Ash Coa. nrnnosition is herebyv agreed to. and virtues set, That in conideraon o the premium. paid) Elihu Chauncey, Charles Taylor, to have recourse to the Liniment; by rubbin the rk HE superiority of Dr. Vandon's Restorative Pil

of~~~~ dilll~toe'

w~tba Ld rM, el q'1

plied and gum ~ ~Ii e'~
'To relieve the .e". -9
t iiIrobrvl. n wi~~~~

DR. -quenees of such eWidAgg.R'.r p ei
alleviating Pamand peruo

Cb.It removresPjs~~awk tdtL
-dtf inglyusf l for CisoA' lfr
Breasts, Partioruarly in
for the pihw~am dt NM
at nut groretnpg. j wjitb ss*
Of 89 of the iwfnAdlk
,.a inienecp to
ou~et I xeIt~4

Vir, a~led tothe mi
Wooife mmanyyeavu .e*l& bjs.ALr.:fwt
l~i-TrAVOPeP. 'el-61'FS
ei f akid abif m .dtk

hure on the ll~bej.
of 61A)A
~Ieckajm~5~U in0.i
ft%.j IVA' Or
-~~ Ir .~ruted~s ~
cutting cla-b on the m"
-give neathegs Of ONo 'tfe~ ue
trod, at more reducedpdm.%to beie~~m0~
mali Le4tha NowlI N1 a
simeres"z eeiqIwicDA ~l
Idie-. CAL.hq~Mgt
0, Tot m"Iin f LA. I Wj.
100timrp. "J::v dn q.~'JJf 1Ih0 'ii n
janI=f0l. -ADAM iMjIWIpiyfl~ it.i

con- 5AuIt~s lisM #mad 13**igVW&g r. "Aj 7.s

sale, onX1
in' ithe hwenibgt, ll
the (toltnwiag ades' blt sw E M]a.S~t'
Joy. belt W-.'Nwotfter1BeJ d -'~ ~I fi' ,l.

Jmleongtqj sit"t
a tbthisdisptance o ~ sr
in the phM ciy,'coafltan~i1a~iet th ~
18. feet dM dlilr~fj WOW 4f j Iii "'
feat; bwuniWeaewh*kvrtlby.k gfe ft
99o1Barsabas Wa. ou~et s~~i~w
g.20 $et. wide .ablkj qgjqmd~jip~q_ d
said 13hIxetW"198014,g s'BMW S
,q Flaacis HIf ges ujmiep h,~ b
Han*'fdf the city'oCl,,~l~l
'tl StJune, lg,. 11eee~
Deeds. 4&ip:DeWdBo~o:W.~JI'
&C. granted and. convoqetd.tq of~~~
l N utter .1111'feel .gnljeost t k
~Ientcll rgeor~uQ
Yearly-PAYtifits'on thb I'iA k eaW *f
January nd J~Ain e a nd over~ e:a,
Bg any deductikm for taxea. .
By the Court, I. P. TRI4IELCl9rk 0'.'-.'
Jng MARSTB'ommwf~Arn~

~. l'lel~k ouny i dawirdeUTw r.% 4h r
V3~ q 5re o1a0 eiaj6&22 t~* .~w

'tween Coates and Brown, are prepared to supply or-
der ders for that article of the usul variety s usil*W,
i and at the regular prices at the pemso. ;TTh eacql-
w, lent quality ot the Hazelton'Coal wilrm re6lnmZi tit
to, to consumers, and the convenieB6e So Abe warf, for
ick shipping afiords inviting facilities .e jhoqe.wj wish "- .
ch. to contract by the cargo. SAMUELI MOORE -,
Presidentofthe Hazelton'oa hy .
na auWa5--eod6B ... ..
or Agency of the .riAern Bank 6f KJLk
on ,r~ GRAND BANK, Doi. flia~
9 IHE Stockholders in the above IBhankr ,R .
iT notified' that 'he 11th ahd last tt ",
py Five Dollars oh each share, u requir'dW. '
the 4th March next. WM, P J
ec 29-1hwrM4 Caubier .r i"...k .
;,; D~r Good4s ^Egywiieuug <
es OR AMU*'J R C0 tJG S E IV, t 1,
FOR TH,% CURV or ,
n Colds, Coghs,' i AsthIa', 1.
o -sumptiOn, | e{oopingtO,,u..<. .'
Jnnvce50 cents pq tto u b
TpHIS valuatble Elixir is distilled from rare East.
Sera herbs,,and possesses suiprhiing medical
virtues." tt was this esteemed" Physician's ftWorit('
remedy for Colds and Coughs. It checkstlli dlt-
or eased action of the lungs in Conumpts iC ,B
it steady use that droedfdl malady will.d
eradicated; even when the bad) as to..
/ciated, before applyipg tiLis iciemy
the worst symptom,Iandjt in some casia
debility it has effected etrabordinary care e. "
modic Hooping Cough, and that Cobgh so mech 'W.
'c- resembling it, which follows the Menues, I -ift.f %
ls the irritation and'effects a cure. ]la eolMalr l.:


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P~ iif &ARRY,, No. 99LSouth-ix
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,.Third doo!i Bove Walnu -,

STHRE IflMES A WEEK-5 Dollars per annum.
WElKLY-'TwO Dollars pMneemiW =

tr SV'omivj. a wiitjl beoo ted fair.e re-,, N'-
SYLVANAN.for t4rfq.o%#A .p .Ipb1.in adv.ance.
Daily; ptpor r Dal" 'u 'rV{> 424TA g. piv* *
Friday; Jan. Is, 1839.
,.. ^ <- ^ -* -1 -.4 4-
The following" asoitaia tbi information Tocei-
wed by last ni;ht's mail of the election in Cumber-
landi.trabklin' and'Adanm c6onties$ ,
; C4W3LE,'Jma. 15N,1838.
SThe follqwing is the result of our election so far
a ucertained. We' havee tqn voting all day in
S the nidst' of a vioent snow utorii. .
Ma$,xtyor\MiltrlIA the six districts of COrlisle,
S N. Middlleton, S. Middleaop.Yxaznii rd, VW, Penn-,
boro', and Dickinso'n .302.:
This doubles our majority of last fall so 'far.
Cumberland :goei'tee +poun.red, at least, for
SM lle ..... ......', .:. .

Wq am indebt to Mr Rogers. of the state
Senate, ar.d to Memra Hill and Nesbilt of the
Hoaes, (drvl cable ~ubic docuxienta. .
I ~I '*" '^ j
The Biltimire'spublican, the temporary sds-
penaOn oW which appeared give intense de-
light tb some of its whiggis cotemporaries, Is carry.
idg on ttro with such spirit'that it seem only_
jlawe pieWW to 't breath 'apd sharpen its
1 6orJ hqb eaqo.atya,of .Muarlard hne-z able
advocate in thl Republicap, and it. is. gratifytfg to
learn that ^leare givin. j+it a'Hliberal support. It
learn that's ite i a 11
wou4 be. matter 6f juit mpreach if they did not do
so in a atte where the services of a sound demo-
S critic journal are of each important. ,
*. i '+ :* ". s
Donkeyiss. "te dudlience at the Chestnut
StreetTheatre are remarkable for ,heir decorous
conduct, and iwd'mteeoper time their close atten-
tion 'and the' pdr!ect ieihnea tht prevails among'
them, ,.'h t i'thjai tbiroaghly. appreciate the
charmsof, naie.a. ,.srhe* are, however,'one or two
practices habwded fl 6*ihTroni-t Ya4&s in which
+ a few people. yet ,,othlyqppde!eyi.ge *at might
be cborenke with ad*aRtage.-' One of theta is-to
applaud symphony by, W y o shewj that they,
havebef0o baord the sorg which it introduces.
To this there wbd, be little objection f gentleren
S knettUren to stop; but as -t4y. oaqttheo first
strain .at ie Sa i i8atity parred by the noise.
The next main quicq.jt a)4tsetq apoympce,
and conaits tit6v tiqi-tixw 44 the~ r A ltlva stick,
an umbrella, -rx.'a';df; heels, as. if there were
m" usic Ianthsapudg i battl, an* asft the'Vocalists
s and mdfrtdjiJnt 'in' thae orchbet rt uired *6h6
volont6er aRid M t re pgper bTc; to the ideas.of
4 the cotfi r'. tY 4oi, downright donkey-
ism, and is next in degree to tblt of rising -up nd
rusbiereu4Asc4*mida of. a sen.f ibecadiee ut
noim aDhldi in' Jhedbbhwu iley rare t
S .-the edatbilmbit tf qhtflbn-El t*dpbldd by disor-
derly people, bat&'t s iPpoit61e so No nitage a
;; t lheate'$hth, 4, trpan' wil( nno, B tmeiipltrude,
smth.s iJ ;p a4p fr J,4Q ispsep
s c andiabe rem.a w ucO,., cae .jwempdy to re-
move hiu toea more c9srnM.t olpbere. To
S hurry out.ethe bexefron thaeaeecasions is,'1hbr-
S fore,'tn .aeponeasa.htt onf6_part ofhim who
does 0O, thiaj fprfers sihgt ilut6esting process
Sof ejectmen4i,t esi thq puite strainsof a
i8BaShir ,..po,.,lbn e.,ti ,U&&PL prlrW of evr y
other pamees L e Ist if, he io, gratify the poetic
Iongif ohftb 41 *.obserb. g II dalIoomt it1hfe
A k+-- 0 +-,Bw bts& 'fi6
act 06 a'p Irdtu te iti: These
Sele 'Ib aeii, Ier double trouble. The

^ oVnW# pqW^14ur I IF sk,,fp thby uaaay
lo lose p ,tloft prmn.te thus givini wosanM-.
ple pi 'of Sir xoa.dsutioa br the emnt wesiblel
part of th Su oicei "

TA' f li b estout Street
1 TheatnyAVb .1j9 AI.f WK.ft elebmrted
P' opraym'e. .M.Bor the Lovd TeqtU.in whiqh'Mist,
i, t hi-B%>4 M-.. Wdtn s ,1.jwuln appeared
u with such bniant satsici tawklV k,,it having

^, ^ w if^ tt ,i'fi engttge .mat,. ihe
^ ^li #wl~ia!ntbMW'tr~~ltvea tuM'e oarfefbtI&^

-. ancndell to gi.,e it
14^1eet Jxh~~~iunjt ~ Sonnabula
haflleen.attM(Mfl~teill~lblilint ludlnces,
Sand aA ttl-Oi.., Citflt^'.ut 'ttngtriried the"

their isM,.l ,"e .. ,
; b.r. "9" .'1r'i ,," i :.
'^"TbeN^faS se~l4ion of the Hope Hoes
Compsay' give a 4tfl~ens' Dren BaU in aid ,.of the
i. funds dl #Stihli"'u*b 'Monday eveotig next,
t t V' th. bait till-"nlf ll bi!i under


fi ";, .... -^* + i'" .I'r "'1""'' -" .
do Mtedwrzr MeauengW" -br lan-
.! vary b^.ls 4'ppi(41ItQ *at .-'giidg', eleglnt in its
S typosgrapb 'nd f(a of interest to he reader. The
t le. eading'- as ':io' ..h- rather loftger than ne-
i." ceassr ,t'lt'plSQB. peqtonal attractions
..' being owon the object of "Rebuilding. Southern
o C4Mnjm. y 1 u'efiewrof'the U S Naivy,
w ib ifp i* w..u.t'w by otart showing
h peiofs rork.;
''\ -e^ 'M AKfcI fidoofAs,"te c"rwi-
' tioocr &eiBrtei .materially $ad tho ebJefts
i n vWf t^&I pleased to se it disdused.
C S ib ,lMyai6ti^byAM ^ ce of
eorsatoa o the pean of witers. There is in matters
of buaiie t.j4 l 'aibgegity itrior to
thewi* 4"4 tl i uedo not wait t3be told
'h way,'aud a fore.i trae springs from the na-
turl Aeffe) Aeposiilj. pecially in a country
Swhire the energies of pe-f 1# fe' &e Mt untram-
m1 melt Tw'VhIbkoaWn bylst decline at one point
m| S'^h,#s4A to ..4nw, and. by its rapid
4aore'Ln elbeh, UAich so tflter into the field.
; .If, a&h iai quea nmiwwar Ndrfoik is best
"AM*8t ,lp wt r ieaipula':vf-tbe United
3. lta^|fg ,t'll n ,aryidftqiiaeatfeon i r
at 6W I, fb-
,,miW ii 6 t'i Jpplng facilities
Ad' tiid" 4w woap ba porth, west
anb the
(. ,' ^ ,ap^.sp~WV,*r (Upt jplace willb(h
ft. pth V logWhlU the force of person.
a''.."i e Jlllui hO.R k ohliius' lk a vs riidallw m

gated .. L ." .. 1 .. : -
We understand that Mr Roese is still lying in a
4er4 dangerous state, ard but small hopes are en-
rlain:d of ahis recoery.-M Y hing.
We learn with deep regret, from a highly re-
spectable gentlean,who arrived in this cit, on Sa-
turday,q7ening from t upper part of South Ca-
rolina, .that Gan. William A. Bull, ; f Abbeville,
Disuie, has beenshoekingly murdered. :,The hor-
rid deed is supposed to have been- perpetrated by
his i own negtoes, seven of whom had been lodged
tn jiul, upon suspiionn.-Auguatu. Chtonicle.

'he Ohie River.--The Pittsburgh Manufac-
tutr of the 12th inst4 says: -
On Thursday night the ice in the Monongahela
and Ohio broke, hnd we expect navigation will be
resumed in a few days. This is joyous news for
ouj "'river mei, who have suffered so severely fqr
their past season; first from the low stage of water
duingthe fall months, and then from the early
.eqze. We hope they may now have a fair swing
fbr exerting that spirit of industry and enterprise,
for which thel navilgators of the western waters are
pliwerbial. .
If the present open weather continues, our port
wil beabuhycplae-'

An inquest was held on Tuesday morning on the
body of am unknown white man. who was found
"deo*vnd in a ditch near the Point-house Hotel.
Prom the evidence elicited in the inquest, the jury
returned a verdict of, cause of death unknown.
Th4 deceased was about five feet eight inches high,
had dark hair and light eyes, and two of the upper
frotit teeth were broken. He wdre the following
clothing; blue cloth round-jacket and pantaloons,
black figured vest, muslin shirt with pearl buttons
in front, longbootis, grey knit stockings, and a 'silk
hatmarked inside AA Ague'w,,531 Market street,
Philadelphia. In his pocket wap found a bill of
shoaaeker's thread and a polished stick, indicating
tltna the deceased was a shoemaker by trade. The
body will be kept a reasonable time, bFior informa-
tion apply at ,the Corqner's Offices, Now. 2995 and
170 south Fifth stroet.-Herald '& Sentinel;
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Twenty-lio n congress.

Wednesday, Jan. 16.
Mr Morris presented a petition from William
Teck, of Cincinnati,proposing a plan for dispensing
with the agency of paper money, banks and specie,
in commercial transaction#. Laid on the table.
1* Nicholas, from the committee on the Dis-
trict 6f Columbia, reported upon the Resolution,
directing that Committee to inquire whether the
banks of the District of Columbia had complied with
the law of the last session,in relation to their issues,
payment, &c., and asked to be discharged from the
further consideration of the subject., which was a-
greed to, nemo con.'"
On motion of Mr Wright, the Committee on
.Fiance 'was discharged from the consideration of a
'memorial in favor of a National Bank, and of an-
other memorial for the allowance of a drawback on
hemp. -.
SThe joint resolution from the House for paying
the workmen engaged on the Treasury Building,
for the time when their labor was suspended. After
some debate it was adopted.
The bill to reduce and graduate the price of the
public lands was taken up. Mr Calhoun addressed
the Senate in a very able speech, in which he de-
veloped his views of the policy that should be pur-
sued in relation to the new States. Mr Bayard
followed in opposition to the bill, and Mr Robinson
-advo6cated> its passage in a short and effective speech.
- After somq remarks from Mr Clay of Kentucky,the
question was taken on the engrossment of the bill,
and resulted in the affirmative-yeas 27, nays 22.
The Senate then went into Executive session;
after which it adjourned.

Wednesday, Jain. 16.
Mr Dromgoole offered a resolution changing the
rule of the House, so as to require a viva voce
vote in every case where the ballot is now re-
SThe House refused to suspend the rules, for the
purpose of considering the resolution.
; Mr Williams, ofN. C. presented sundry resolu-
lions of the Legislature of North Carolina, on the
Subject of the'public lands and other questions,
.which were read and ordered, to be printed.
SOn motion -of Mr Legare, the Committee on For-
eign Affairs was .discharged from the further con-
sideration of the memorial on the subject of Peace
and War, from certain citizens of Massachusetts.
Mr Howard, from the same committee, reported
a bill for settling certain claims of the State of New
At one o'clock, the House took up the resolution
for referring, to aselect committee of nine, the re-
port on the subject of Mr Swartwout's defalcation.
The debate was continued by Afessrs. Under-
wood, Fry; Martin. Biddle, Touceyj and Duncan
The latter gentleman, after having discussed the
positionn before the House at some length, gave
War to a motion, to adjourn.

SAttempt to' murder at sea.-The Newborn, N C
.pectator states that on the afternoon of Saturday the
5th instant, the brig New York arrived at that port
under thefollowing circumstances. The New York,
Capt Goodridge, sailed from Boston on the 24th
December, bound for WilnjngtonN. C. and with-
out the occurrence of any aing to retard the voy-
age, had run down about six degrees of latitude on
the29th. On that day a seaman, named Joseph
Boardman, armed himself smith a "spare"' pump-
break which he found in the steerage, and unper-
ceived by the. mate and crew, who were engaged
"forward," he inflicted several severe blows
on Capt Goodrich, which, itis believed, will cause
his death. On emerging from the cabin the' des-
perado attacked the mran at the helm, J D Wyer,
end his crieesfor help gave the first intimation of
What was going on to the mgte and crew. Mr
1ockendorf, the mate, rushed aft,seized Boardman,
(hrew hia on the deck and had him bound. No
-suspicionp of the Captain's fate had yet been excited,
but when Mr Dockendorff approached the compan-
ion-way to call the Captain on!deck,Boardman very
coolly remarked, "You need'nt trouble yourself to
call the Captain, I have killed him.." On entering

the cabin,the mate found Capt Goodrich senseless
and apparently, dying. Every possible assistance
waO immediately rendered to the wounded sufferer,
and as' he continued to linger, the Mate humanely
bote up for New York, that medical aid might be
obtained., As the wind being adverse,and blowing
a gale, this intention was relinquished; he bore a-
way for Hatteras, and arrived at Ocracoke on the
-3ls. The Captain was taken to Portsmouth and
played uwider the carp ofa physicianand Boardmsn
--wai,gsyn up tg she..ivil authority. The Deputy
Oeiector at Ocracoketordered the brig to-Newbern,
whir. she arrived at the time stated abpve,: and the
prisoner was immediately committed to jail to await
his trial. Capt Goodrich belongs toBrunswick.Maine
and has a wife and family there, who it is feared,
'base been bereft of their natural protector by the
wicked act of an abandoned wretch. .

Arrest of the Suspected Fiend--This morning
utffleer A M 'C Smith arrested a man named Wash-)
ington Townsend, on suspicion of his being tbe ini
.caraate fiend, who threw the vitriol in the face-of
^Mr Jlleeb, a!s mentioned by Be yesterday. h T a-
'eulsd is & carpenterreeidmg in Eldridge Meet, end
las frequently been hard to utttetr threats of 'en-
,rEa*c against Mr &Re" for wrongs be supposed he
had inflictd upon him .
, Tbn-ewidece-,against him was such as to induce
the^rmagistrate tso-rder hin to be temporarily comr-
mited chtfI thebafalir could be mare fully investi-

.,Offiee.f te Bulletin, '
N.*w ORLIATFs, Jan. 7.
By the arrival of the Spanish schooner alisa,
from Vera Crez, which she left on the 23d Decem-
ber, we ate put in possession of intelligence con-
firmatory of the recent reports respecting a conflict
between the French troops and the Mexican forces
under the command of Santa Arna. The statement
that the Mexican child had been wounded, and had
suffered amputation of the leg, proves to be correct.
We learp, in addition, that the city and castle have-
I een evacuated by the French. Santa Ana has al-
lowed eight days to the French residents irt Vera
Cruz for preparations for their departure, and sixty
days have been accorded to the French in the in-
terior for the same purpose. It was currently re-
ported that the Mexican government hadl resolved
upon the expulsion of all foreigners, without ex-
From the same source we derive information that
part of the French fleet had removed from Vera
Cruz in order to renew the blockade of other Mexi-
can ports. The corvette Creole, commanded by
the Prince de Joinville, had gone to Havana on a
cruise; and there now remains but four vessels of
war before Vera Cruz. The blockade of the town
is nevertheless strictly enforced, and no vessels
whatever are allowed to enter. The French brig
Marie Therese has been chartered by the French
Admiral to leave in about ten days for New Orleans,
with one hundred and twenty French residents.
Thearmy of Santa Ana, abou seven thousand
strong; is said to be encamped at ten miles distance
from the town. I
The schooner Cora, from Matamoras,brings news
that the town is beseiged by the federalists, who
number some nine hundred, and is defended by a
similar force under command of General Filesola.
No action had as yet taken place. The assailants,
we are told, are but poorly equipped, being unpro-
vided with artillery, and principally composed of
dragoons and musketeers.

The Paris correspondent of the New York A-
merican thus speaks of the Spaniards in their pres-
ent disgraceful and distructioe war.II
The Spaniards revile, plunder,pursue and butch-
er each other; ravage and depopulate their own
country; sustain no government nor claim on the
throne, to any relt effect or consummation. They
fight uhder different titles and banners, but their
motives, dispositions and acts, are not distinguish-
able In a degree to justify, for the cause of liberty,
humanity, intirhal or external welfare, the least
preference between the infuriated parties-Chribtin-
ists arid Carlists seem to be alike in every' point.
The reciprocity of rancor, vindictiveness, evil, good
or bad fortune, is perfect. Their victories and de-
feats, blunders and excesses, are all balanced, as if
by invariable design. Thousands perish monthly
in battles and seiges; squadrons of Carlists threaten
Madrid at one season; armies of Christinists march
into and out of the capital; Madrid is relieved ; the
Government soon trembles again, 'fearing -equally
the Carlist mauranders and the city mob; cabinets
ge dissolved, recomposed; evety Minister and
General is merely ad interim. Be the vicissitude
what it may, the denouement of the whole con-
test always appears indefinitely remote.

From the ?Mntreal Courier, Jan. lth. '
Court Martial.-The trial of the nipe persons
from La Tortue,,charged with the crime of treason
and murder, terminated yesterday; and from Mr
Day's concluding address, one may infer that the
court will find Joseph Robert, Ambroise Sangoinet,
Charles Sangulnet, Francois C. Hamelin, and
Theophile Robert, guilty under both charges; Jac-
ques Longtin and Pascal Pinsonneau guilty of
treason, and that it will acquit Joseph Longtin and
Jacques Robert. I.Ir I
In the course of last week the following five per-
sons, deeply implicated in he murder 'oft Walker,
viz: StGermain, (father and son) Jacques Robert,
Cyprien Buoyer, and Picard, were arrested by dif-
ferent parties of the police under the' command of
Capt. Comeau.'
On Saturday afternoon, a iyotng lidy named
HORTON, aged about 20 years, residitng at the cor-
ner of Rutgers and Henry streets, New York, was
so dreadfubt rwd.by her clothes, taking fire, that
she surviveyf.relt Sunday. Hv"w the accident
occurred hIii nowtpossible tO state. It appears,
from the Commercial"Advertiser, that the flames in
which she was enveloped were seen from the street,
and it was supposed that the building was on fire.
The gentleman Who keeps- the store in the lower
part of sbt ptetnise!, hastened tet.a qpper story,
where ht&'fdbod the 'yoandu lady'ih" the hall, her
dress completely eyvironed in flames, and the ser-
vant, who was trying to extinguish them. lie im-
mediately stripped the clothes from the sufferer,
but she was already so much burned thqt the result
wau fatal. Portions of her dress were Sound in
three different apartments. -
The End ef tMe Drunkard.-The Worcester
Spy relates the particulars tf'a painful disaster, the
consequence of rum drinking,. which took place at
Chdrlton, in that county, last Monday. In the af-
ternobn of the day preceding, Daniel Sullivan, one
of t4e men ern'pldyed by Mr R. G. Fairbanki,-in
his work upon the rail road, left his home te get
something to' drinksi Monday afternoon about 3
o'clock5 behwas found by the side of the ;oad, near
the boarding, houst dead, with-his hands and feet,
and face stiffened with the frost, while- his body
yet -retained a measure of animal heat. He had not
therefore, been there long, as the" thermometer

and charity.
The public are respectfully informed that great
care is exercised in selecting physicians to thd
Iispensaiy; none but regular graduates of some
respectable university, being eligible, and only
those who are known for their morality, respect.
ability and philanthropy. New rules and regu-
lations have :dcently been adopted to secure the
most prompt attention from the apothecary, cup-
pers, leechers and physicians. -
Superintending committees are appointed over
all the departments of the Dispensary, and none
bat the best medicines are-permitted, to be used.'
It is the determination of the managers so to or.
ganizeand arrange the Dispentary as will secure
to every one the fullest enjoynenta of all its ben-
efits. t o
SAs soon as our funds will admit, it is intended
to erect a building on the lot 'southwest corner
.of Third and Brown streets, suitable for a Dis-
pensary, which, it is believed, will be a means of
enlarging its sphere of usefulness, and do credit
to the district in which it will be eetablished.The
managers are particularly anxious to accomplish
this object the present year,; and when it is
known tha0 by a little exertion and support from
our fellowcitizens so much good would arise,
they believe it will only be necessary to state the
fact to boesustained in its execution.
The nnmagers acknowledge with pleasure a
legacy be ueathedfrom the late Henry PrattEsq.
SA Lyog-in Department was established' in
1p3O, forthe benevolent purpose' of furnishing
medical lid, medicine another comforts to poo0
but respectable married women, who are unable
to leavetheir families to avail themselves of the
kenefitlof a lying-in hospital. Well instructed
and ju4cidus attending physicians have been ap-
pointedIand to ensure a faithful performance of
their duties at all times,a moderate compensation
is: alloyed them.
Forlhis department, donations, contributions
.and leacies willalso be thankfully received, and
will be strictly Applied to ita support.
SDoing the past year twenty-two women have
beenattended; all satisfactorily, and their chil-
dren'eleven male and eleven female, were born
living and healthy.
'he Dispensary is at present located at the N.
W W/corner ofFourth and Noble streets, under the

IioNat The BakiNiilwi Amerida.-
The tfme was once wheh ABD RUNV men
Would Bpin HAEt'fror11 the bailtee
But now the fashion's quite reversed,
They seek the SaRIFry daily.

This Sheriff owns a wealthy bank,
Whose xoT-s are vastly current;
A free discount she gives to all-
Arrests-without a WARE'ANT.

Har PROCESs is a simple one;
The mode, Iprithee go see;
She wins the people by her charms,
Then takeswthem tIVA VOCE. .

Her WRITS are issued every night;-
Lycurguse and Solons
Are capt=- her syren spells-
She has them, NOLENS TOLNESS.

Than here's to her, the queen of song,
May troubles never cross her;-.
And may her NOTEs pass ever free,
rThe public her ENDOuSSE.

'The Permanent Bridge Company made, forty
years since, contract with the people.-They vigi.
lantly exact their tolls, zealously defend their rights
and eloquently appeal to the public to enforce their
claims, to control the most important, and the only
western entrance to this great city,
Their charter is their contrsct.-The 7th section
"requires the Bridge to beat least 36 feet wide-
with railing, on each side thereof, with foot-ways
at least 5 feet wide, either raised or railed of for
the commodious passage offoot passengers,"
The width of the Bridge, was determined in this
contract with the people, to give sufficient space for
security, in the event of horsemen, light carriages,
ot foot passengers being overtaken, by unmanage-
able bullocks passing the same way,!or through the
mismanagement of their drivers, improperly enter.
ing the wrong side.
The intention of the law has been defeated by
the economical arrangement of pieces of timniber,
which form a wooden rail way on both tracks, so
high, that when it is entered, an heavily loaded car-
riage cannot turn out, and a light one if drawn by
high spirited horses, cannot escape by moving on
either side, to allow a free passage to cattle or other
animals rushing on to pass.
Not long ago, a company of soldiers, a drove of
oxen, a gentleman and lady on horseback, a sports-
man and his barking dogs,entered the Bridge near-
ly at the same time. The confusion 6f sounds, ad-
ding to the fright occasioned by the glittering taus-
kets, and military attire, caused the bullocks to rush
towards both sides of the Bridge.-The activity of
the lady's horse, and the decision of her compan-
ion, enabled them to escape.
Twelve or fifteen years ago,the Bridge Company
were presented by the Grand Jury of the county,
for neglect of this section, in relation to the securi-
ty of foot passengers, and. the foot ways. They are
not now protected. The single and loose chain,
which passes over the tops of the posts by the side
of the path,tiwthin the Bridge,affords no protection.
Two respectable females were recently driven
to the end of the side path, at the risk of their lives,
by oxen which had rushed under the chains at a
violent pace.--No notice has been taken of this
occurrence, so likely to happen again, although a
neighboring Magistra'e endeavored to impress
upon the toll gatherer, the dangerous consequences,
which might ensue.
I.Let it be admitted, that the affairs of this Bridge
are directed with the utmost vigilance, with inces-
sant devotion to the interests 'and safety of the peo-
ple-with reference to the liberal views of "the
public benefactors," to whor '200,000 people owe
the only'means of-passing from their pity on its
western side, it must be conceded, that either we
require more Bridges, or we require that the Mar-
ket Strew Permanent Bridge should be controlled,
not by a company, but should be enlarged, and
be made free. ONE WHO WALKS.

Pursuing a quiet course of usefulness, the ma-
nagers of the Northern Dispensary have not
heretofore deemed it necessary or expedient to
trouble the public with frequent appeals to their
generosity in behalf of the institution under their
When we consider the number of citizens in
affluent circumstances, placed beyond the liability
of want or assistance of any kind, andcompare
it with the very few who contribute to the sup-
port of the -Northern Dispensary, we are induced
to believe it is entirely owing to a want of cor-
rect information of the nature and character of
the institution. For twenty-two years the Nor-
thern Dispessary has been established and been
instrumental in furnishing relief to 18,413 re-
-wpwrettbhujrOor persons in t~b' Njprthern Liberties.
Spring Garden and Kensinigton. In :these dis-"
tricts alone, the population is estimated at forty
to fifty thousand souls, and of these there are at
present but seventy-five annual contributors to
the Northern Dispensary. .
During the past year much relief has been ex-
tendedto many respectable families,
The gratification of being able at all times to
procure piedicinb and attendance for two persons
throughout a whole year'for the small sum of
three dollars, need only to be known to inSure a
vast increase of cntributors from among a com-
munity like this, characterized for its benevolence

93 shares United States Bank 1191
635 shs Del & Hud Canal 771
625 do Vicksburg Bank 78J
25 do Morris Canal
130 do Kentucky Bank,
50 do Mohawk R R
75 do Patterson RR
391 do Harlem Rail Road 52
82 do N J Rail Road & T Co
85 do Stonington Rail Road 24
35 do Boston & Worcester R R


On the evening of the i6th inst. by the Rev. S. W.
WALTER, daughter of Mr J B Walter, of the Northern
By the Rev George Chandler, on the evening ot
the 6th(inst. Mr WILLIAM GLENN, to Miss MARY Mic-

On the 15th inst., Mrs ELIZABETH CCKER, in the
43d year of her age.
Her friends and those of the family are particular-
ly invited to attend her funeral, from the residence
of her husband, No 310 south 6th street, this after-
noon, 2 o'clock,
On Thursday morning, 17th inst,.JULIA M BILLINq-
TON, daughter of the late Mr George Billington.
Her friends and acquaintances are respectfully de-
sired to attend her fuimeral,without further invitation,
this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from the residence of Mr
James Cooper, No 210 north Front street, above
On the 17th inst. on board the brig Charles Joseph
Frost, PaosPVaO G MANZONW, a native of Florence.
Whi!e the brig was lying at Chester, he fell from
aloft, and survived the fall but a few hours.
The seamen are especially invited to attend his fu-
neral, this day, at 2 o'clock, P. M., from the Sailor's
Home, kept by Samuel Room, corner of Swanson auad
Almond streets.
In this city, on Tuesday morning, 14th inst.,Passed
Midshipman JAMES L HEAP. U S Navy.
His friends, and the officers of the Army and Navy,
generally, are invited to attend his funeral, from his
late residence, second door east of Eighth. in San-
som street, at 10 o'clock, on the morning of the 18th
The officers of the Navy are requested to appear in
On Wednesday, the 16th inst., CONSTANCE SOPHIA,
only daughter of Joseph S Burnett, in the 4th year of
her age.
The friends of the family are invited to attend
her funeral, this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from the re-
sidence of her father, No. 321 N. 6th street.
'del I ISO
Pbiii elpI0iu hoard of 'Jratia .
Monthly Committee.

Letter _Bsags,
J.4t the Philadelphta Exchange.

Ship Monongahela, H. F. Miercken,
S, LI Liverpool, Dec. 20
Ship Italy, Miller, New Orleans, soon
Ship St Louis, Watson, New Orleans, soon
Ship Osage, Peret, ,Canton, to morrow
Barque Duc d'Orleans, -- New Orleans, soon
Barque Coosa, Moore, Mobile soon
Brig Win Henry, Kurtz, New Orleans. soon
Brig WJiard, Bailey, New Orleans, to-day
Brig Ann Eliza L., -- Havana and Matanzas, soon,
Brig Otis, Sage. Havana, soon
Brig Swan; Hardhig, New Orleans, soon
Schr Pennsylvania, Wood, Mobile, soon
JfLAIl Letters intended to be forwarded by the Li-
verpool Packets, and other vessels advertised in the
above list; must b*- left at the Foreign Letter Office
up stairs,: Phi'adflphia EXchange, arid. not dropped in
the Offiee ,nlow. '

Port ePhilada.-Jan. 18.

Brig' Charles Joseph,' Frost, 57 days from Leghorn,
with mdze'td Captain -
Steam towboat belaareBeinetfmChstr. Left
.the city yesterday, with the ship St Louis and schr
Venus, in tow. Brought up the brig Charles Joseph.
Nothing below, bound iup. Left the St Louis at Ches-
Ship St Louis, Watson, N Orleans, Barclay & Ber
nabue. :
Brig Granite, Coffin, Boston, Grant & Stone.
Schr Mary Patton, Messick, New York,Armer Pat-
Schr Union, Hughes. Richmond. Jos Hand.
Schr Extra, Wilson, Savannah, A Patton.

The ship St Louis, Capt Watson, for New Orleans,
was towed down on Wednesday afteinoon.by the tow-
boat Delaware. Capt W. will proceed down on Fri-
day morning.
Ship Plato, Tubbs,cleaied at Wilmington, NC. 10th
inst. for Jamaica.
Ship Colchis, Knight, for Liverpool, and brig Sis-
ters, Coverdale, for N Orleans. went to sea fm Savan-
nah, lOih inst. I
Barque Globe, Ames, hence 20th Oct. was at Per
nambuco, 3d ul. The brig Nicholas Biddle, Dolby,
hence 9th Oct. had not arrived.
Barque Clarion, Young hence at Havana, 29th
Barque Rosalba, Rae, at Bahia 2d Nov. from New
' Brig Lincoln, Ricker, at Eastport, 6th inst. from St
John, for Baltimore.
Brig Backus, Bernard, cleared at Wilmington, NC.
4th inst. for Matanzas.
Brig Clarissa, Baymore, was loading at Charleston,
12th inst for Matanzas.
Brig Vesper, Hopkins, cleared at Wilmington, NC.
9th inst. for Kingston, Jam.
Brig William, Bevans, hence at Mobile, 8thinst,
Sehr Two Sisters, Pennock, cleared at Providence
on Monday, for Mobile.
Schr Pembroke, from St John, at Eastport, 6th inst
* Scbr Driver. Morrell, hence at Mobile, 8th inst.
Sehr Constellation, Price, hence at Savannah, 10th
inst. and was up for freight or charter.
Schr Diadem, Shepperd, hence at Savannah, 10th
inst. via Charleston, and was up for freight or char-
Schr Ajax, Wheeler, went tosea from Charleston.
llth inst. for the ,West Indies.

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

rthiadelphia 7ypographical Society.-An adjourned'
meeting of the Society will be held on Saturday even-
ing, Jan. 19, at 7 o'clock, at the Hall of the Fire As-
sociation, corner of 5th and North streets
3r An Extra Grand Communication of the Grand
Lodge of Pennsylvania, will be held at Washington
Hall, south 3d street, on Monda evening next, 21s;
inst. at 6 o'clock. SAMUEL STEWART,
jan 18-d3t Grand Secretary.
"- At a stated meeting of the United States Hose
Company, held on Wednesday evening, 9th inst., the
following officers were elected for the ensuing' six
President-Abel M. James.
Vice President-Thomas Taylor.
Treasurer-Win. F. Forepaugh.
Secretary-F. F. Wolgamuth.
Assistant Secretary--Joseph B. Paxon..
Pireeators-Daniel Piquett, Austin RI. Lewis, J. 0.
Hamilton, Edward Reeves, John Dunlap, Thomas
Taylor, Jacob B. Clinger, A. Wetherstiro,.
Electing Committee-Daniel Piquett, Austiu B.
Lewis, J. 0. Hamiltoii, John Dunlap, G. Bayington.
jan 18-It
NOTICE.-A stated meeting of"The Junior Anti-
Stlar, ao, tm,,, v of thea oitr and rcnritr nf PhiladIll-

January 17.
$3970 Draft on New York 100 100
12 shs United States Bank 1194 100
23 shs Commercial Bank 614 50
4 sha Mechanics Bank 534 35
75 do Girard Bank, 511 50
75 do Vicksburg Bk 79 100
8 5o Grand Gulf Monday flat 86 100
2 do Cam & Amboy 126 100
20 do Newcastle.R R C & P 234 25

Grand Overture.
Aria, from Sonnambula, "Still so Gently,"
Brass Band, arranged by F. Johnson,
Quadrilles from II Pirala,
Light may the Boat Row, Brass Band.
Strauss Walhzes.
E Flat Bugle Quadrilles, introducing 'The


F. Johnson

Fhe Last Rose of Summer, with introduc-
tion and embellishnmeits, Brass Band, ar-
ranged by F. Johnson.
Strauss Waltzes.
The Philadelphia Fireman's Quadrille,
showing the manner in which they com-
municate the alarm-composed and res-
ipectf '-- dedicated to the Firemen's As-
sociatn, by .. F. Johnson
Solo on the Kent Bugle, by F. Johnson-
Poor Louise.
Grand Brass Band March, Walch
Quadrilles from Fra Diavolo, Tolbecque
Behold how brightly breaks the Morning,
Brass Band, Auber
The Celebrated Voice Quadrilles, F. Johnson
DzrThe charge of admission during the evening, to
both Museum and Concert, will be 25 cents, or Five
Tickets, if purchased during the day, for,One Dollar.
It is respectfully suggested to the company, that by
Promenading always on the right, the comfort of all
parties will be promoted.
On Saturday evening, Frank Johnson's Benefit.
,jan 18-It I
tril. Iussell
R ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the
I public, that hlie purposes giving a FAREWELL
CONCERT at the Musical Fund Hall, T H I S
E V E N I N G. January 18th, 1839, on which occa-
sion Mr. RUSSELL will be assisted by Signor DE
BEGNIS, Madame DUSSEK O'CONNER, and other
artists. -

1; Overture-Piano Forte,
2. Our way across the Mountain Ho! Mr
3. The favorite French Roldo, (by de-
sire,) J' ai do l'argent, Signor De
4. lo 'udia ne spoi bei Carmi, Mrs 0'-
5. The Wreck of the Mexico, a descrip-
tive Poem, Mr Russell,
6. Rosalie, from the German, Mrs 0'-
7. Charter Oak, Charter Oak, ancient
and fair, the words by Mrs. Sigour-
ney, Mr Russell,
8. The Maniac, the description of a
scene in a mad house-words' by


De Begnis


lsak L. ..,,s Ea.MlI

The above description of a scene in a mad houses,
is founded on fact. Some years sinde a gentleman
of large fortune was taken by strangers to a mad
house, and there confined in a cell seven feet under
ground. The persons that accompanied him took
oath, to those.entrusted with the care of the estab-
lishment, to the fact of his being a Maniac. The
more the poor fellow implored for his release, the
rcord forcibly were the keepers convinced of his
madness. -The treatment he received when thus
confined affected his reason, and he became frantic
and shortly died from the effect. The strangers that
accompanied him to the mad house were supposed to,
have been hired by some of his brutal relatives, who,
at his death, were to comenin possession of his pro-
9. Grand Duetto-II rival salvor tu dei
and Luoui la Tromba, e intrepido, "
Signor De Begnis and Mr Russell, Bellini
[This DuetlQ, originally sung by Tamborini and
Lablanche, in London, is considered one of the best
performances of the celebrated opera, I Puritani.J
1. Pot Pourri, Piano. ,
2. The Ivy Green, words by "Boz," Mr
Russell, Russell
3. Ouvrez c'est nous, Mrs O'Conner, Dessaur
4. Amor l'erche mi F'izz ca, De Begnis
5. L earde National--Le Petit Tam-
bhour, Signor De Begnis, De Begnis
6. Rockaway-On old Long Island's sea /
girt shore, words by Henry John
Sharpe, Mr Russell, Russell
7. Auld Robin Gray, Mrs O'Conner, Scotch Ballad
8. M fleart's in the Highlands, Mr
Russell, arranged by Russell
9. Comic Italian Duett, or Duetto Buffo,
The Master and the Servant, men.
tre francesco facevo il brodo, Mr
De Begnis and Mr Russell, Coccia
Cbnductor-Mr. B. C. CROSS
r*The Concert will commence at half-past seven
o'clock. %,
Tickets $1 each-to be had at the principal Mus.c
Stores. ian 18-It
Cor New' Orleans, La.,
James Hand & Co.'s Line, 584 south wharves..
First Vessel.
AOK The fine fast sailing coppered and copper
MUal fastened barque Duoe D ORLEIANs, having
three-quarters of her cargo engaged and on board,
will sail in a few days. Shippers will please send their
goods alongside as fast as possible, at Ross's wharf
below Walnut at., and bills lading to the counting
house for signature. For freight or passage, having
good and comfortable accommodations, apply on
board as above, or to
584 south wharves.
The Duc De 0. will rake steam down the Delaware
and up the Missssippi. jan 18-dtf
ForN iew York-By Sea.
James Hand & Co.'s Line, 58j south wharves.
Positively To-morrow.
The fine new fast Railing packet schr N1-
iNETTA, Captain Baymore, is now loading at
Morton's wharf below Walnut street, and having
three'-fourths of her cargo engaged and going on
hoard, will sail positively qs above, in tow of steam.

Boxes $1-Pit 50 cts.
Doors open at half-past 6-Performances will corn-
mence at 7.
First Night of the Grand Romantic Opera of
A M I L I E,
With new Scenery, Dresses, Properties, &c.-The
new Scenery by our talented artist, W. T.
Russell Smith.
Fifth Night of the Engagement of
THIS EVENING, JAN. 18, 1839,
'Will be presented, (first time) the Romantic Opera of
AiT I L I L;
The Overture and Muszo by W. M. Rooke, Esq.
Gen. Count Von der Teimrner............. Mr SEQUIN
Jose Speckbacher................. Mr WILSON
Amiiet........................... Miss SHIarEFF
SGervaise Grenadot, Mr Lindsay; Anderl Broen-'
tier, Mr Walton; Jean Piednoir, Mr Da-
venport; Paul Pestn, Mr Colling-
bourne;Lelia,Miss De Bir.
O[A period of six month is supposed to elapse between
each act.]
Principal Scenery-Extericr of the Chureh of Wink.
lerm-Exterior of the 'Golden Grapes'-Picturesque
Fall of the River Eysack-A Vaulted Lavern--Gal-
dens of the Chateau de Rosen-An Illuminated Hall
in the Castle.
At the commencement of the last scene, a yrolean
Waltz, incidental to the Opera, by, Misses E. and J.
The Orchestra will perform a New Cotillion, from
the Opera of "R'oberr Le Diable."
To conclude with the Farce of the
Sam Savory, Mr Burton
Ellen Courtly, Miss Bunyie
Miss SHIREFF, Mr. WILSON and Mr. SE-
GUIN, will anpear to-morrow.
Frank Job sIon & Comnpany.
'N consequence of the great approbation bestowed
upon the MUSICAL SOIRl.ES, on the plan of
those, held at Mnsard's celebrated Rooms, in Paris.
and their extraordinary success, the Directors of the
Philadelphia Museum have re-engsged Frank dJohn-
son and Company-they will perform a selection of
their most popular Music on Friday and Saturda?
Evenings, Jarnuary 18 and 19. at half.past 7 o'clock.
including the "Fireman's and the "Voice Quadrilles."
This (Friday) Evening, January 18, 1839.

of physic has derived much additional power aIn. ,
increased energy from the combination of medici.
nal bodies.
Variorum mixture novas sempe vires generet, in
simplicibus nequa quam reperiundas longe salubet-
rimas." ,
Such a theory is amply justified by the state '. of
combination in which certain medicinal prioc* -'
pies are found in our more efficient vegetable re-
medies. *
No one then will doubt the efficacy of this ime-
dicine; which being compounded substances of a. ,
similar nature, of which, individually, would only
produce a slight effect,-but- being combined act
very energetically, producing an immediate and dAr- .
prising change.
Prepared and sold at LINN4 US R. GIL- S&
LIAMS' Drug and Chemical Warehouse, N6. 32
North Second street.
jan 17-dtf ..

S Ground uls.
f 00flf BUSHELS Ground Nuts, ofa superior
2^Ft ~quality, just received and for sale by
jan 17-dtf 24, Chestnut st '+ v
A GENERAL assortment Skates, for sale by '
A C. K. SERVO8, -, "
60 north 2d street, 4 doors above Arch st. ,
jan 17-dtf
'" 2 BALES Trieste Rags; 5 bales patent adhesive
* Felt, for putting on ships' bottoms; 12 case
London Sheathing Copper, 16 a 24 oz. For saleby li
jan 17-d6t No. 31 south.wharves,.
Tortoise Shell.
2 CASES "West India," superior quality, just r*
ceived end for sale low, at N a. 18 north 2d street, '
dec 1-dtf
T WO gundFARMS, well improved, adjoining or
S ner each other, of from 50 to. 100 acres each, ,- ,
within twenty miles of this city.. Apply to '
79 Mulberry (Arch) at. between 2d and 3d sta.
jan 17-dlw

F OR sale, Morus Multicaulus Seed, of recent im- "
nortation. and warranted to be aennine.

The Farmer 'sCabinet,
Devoted lto Agriculture, Horticulture, and Rural Eco-
riABLE OF CONTENTS.-Original Articles.-
r General Remarks; Vegetables; kood for Plants;
The Peach Tree, No. 2; Thorn Fences; Weights and
Measures; Culture of Potatoes; Agriculture and Hus-
bandry, being a dialogue between father and son;
Birds and Insects; The Bank of Earth vs. Bank Stock;
Rain Water Cisterns; Forecast; Feeding Stock; Mode
of Refining Wine and Cider; Ancient Agricultural
Societies; Distillation of Grain; The Agriculturist's
Note- Book, No. J; Notices, &c.
Compilations, Selections, 4c.-On a particular mroode*
of applying larm-yard manures; Remarks on the pre-
ceding; On the varieties, properties and classification
of Wheat; On the disposition of Wheat to sport; On
the early habi s of some varieties; Spontaneous com-
bustion; Visit to the Farm of B. V. French, Esq.; Some '
account of tho method of fattening calves in the
neighborhood of London; Cultiva!ion and profits ofr
Cucumbers; Cleansing mot Cattle; On the best means
of permanently improving clay soils; On weeding
sand; Arable Lands; Gross Lands;' Means of prevent-
ing the increase of Weeds; Advantages to be derived
from the destruction ot weeds; Analogy between
Medical and Agricultural Education; Salt and Flax;
Grease for wheels ind machinery; The Dairy; Cheese;
Time for cutting timber; Liniment for the galled
backs of horses; Young Cattle; Horse food and drink;
Ridge Trencliing; Slugs; Beans; Rhubarb; To Sailt
Butter, The Hessian Fly; Brand; Value of Green Ve-
getables as a manure; Remedy tor Burns.
The price of the Farmer's Cabinet, forming an an-
nual volume of very nearly 400 large octavo pages,
illustrated by numerous wood cuts, is only one dollar
per year, and may be obtained of the publisher, No.
45 north 6th street, three doors above Arch street.

jan 17-d3t
g (ilted,
--lfltl DOLLARS STOCK in the Portage
t-J 4-7P 7Canal and Manufacturing Company,
at No. I Lodge street, by .
Jan 17-dtf GREGORY 4- BRIGHAM.
LOW priced mixed Satinetts, for sale for cash, at
LoNo. 1 Lolge street, by
jan 17-dtf GREGORY 4- BRIOHAM.
Illinois Lands.
19-o0o ACRES adjuining Worcester, Illinois-a
S first rate property, for sale low for cash, at
No, 1 Lodge street, by
jan 17-dtf GREGORY ef BRIGHAM. -
itlortgIages tor Sale.
flNE of $6,000-one of $1,500, on first rate city pro-
0- perty, for sale at a discount, at No I LWodge st.
jan 17-dtf GREGOH Y & BRIGHAM.
SElliolt's Travels.
RAVELS in the great Empires of Austria, Ru.,
sia and Turkey, by C(B. Flliott, M. A. F. R S. .
Vicar of Godalmin; (late oflhe Bengal Civil Service.)
and author of Letters from the north of Europe, in 2
vols. 12mo.
Just received and for sale by
jan 17-d3t No. 4 south 4tha st.
S a^ R 16th instant, the new Rail-Road
4 4 0'r Lines to New York, will start
from the office, corner 03d and Willow streets, dai-
ly, (Sundays excepted) at 8j o'clock, A. M., and 4j b'-
clock, P. M. for New York, via Philadelphia Aid
Trenton. and Camden and Amboy Branch and East
Jersey Rail.Roads, to Jersey City; passing through
Bristol, Trenton, Princeton, Kingston, New Brans.-
wick, Rahway, Elizabethtown and Newark.-Re-
turning, leaves New York at 8 o'clock, A. M., and
at4P M. .
On Sun4ays. the Express Mail Line will start at
7 o'clock, A. M., and the United States Mail Line, at
5 o'clock, P. M.; both leaving the office as above,
and carrying passengers through to New. York in 6
hours. sC. HINKLE, Agent ..o
Passengers for Easton, Newhope, &&f:will take th-. A.
half-ptst 8 o'clock line; Newtowt, Doylestown, At- '
tleborough passengers will leave at half-past 8 6'- 1
clock, and to Doylestown on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, at half-past 8 o'clock. jan 17-dtf '
Office of the Penn Township Savings Institution, Mro. 1V
Spriyg Garden street, j,
HILADELPHIA, Jan. 15, 183 #
Tan election held on the 14th inqt. for a Prsi- '
A dent and twelve Directors, to serve the above
institution for the ensuing year, the following geUtle-
men were duly elected : ',
JOHN B. BARRAS, President.
John Grace, William Thomas,
Joseph Johns, Henry Sailor,
Johti Busier, Joseph Smith,
Samuel S Pancoast, Robert Atmore,
George Hortor, John H. Dohnert,
James Robb, James Dumell.
jan 17-d3t
A GENERAL assortment Sleigh Bells, for sale
l" cheap, by C. K. SERVOSS,
60 north 2d street, 4 doors above Arch et.
jan 17-dtf
A NEAT one hone Sleigh forlale--apply at Mr.
ar- George C.- Mix's Carriage Repository, Library -'
street, between 4th and 5th streets, jan I7-ds.
F9- t'oo^A., Colks, Vatarn ,-, 4 ,Ar-n 'c .s.r, fl t' ,.
'yaa etc.
T HIS preparation of Horehound is a very valua-
ble medicine for the relief and cure of Coughs,
Colds, Catarrhs, Chronic-Hepatitis, Jaundice, &c.-
&c. -
The active principles of Horehound being an ee' v I
sential oil and/ bitter extractive, it requires the 4|
greatest skill to prevent the dissipation of the for-
mer, and the alteration of the latter, by heat, in form-
ing this extract; both, however, are in their full
strength in this preparation. ..*
It is a truth, universallyadmitted, that the arm.

ranged from 5 tq 9 degrees above zero, through the
day*. The poor creature fell in the ditch, 6 or 8
feet from the-centre of travel, lying with his face
against a steep bank ohi the wall side.- Themre you
might see, how in his death struggles, his nose and
face were beat, against the frozen ground apdastones,
the decayed grass around scratched up, and the
briars torn from their roots, while his hands, clench-
ed and frozen, were found filled with snow, and
grals, and gravel. One eye was'fully open, and the
frostoft severe day had fited, ini ehduring 6bm,
all theocontortiM s df his face, iO te awme state in
which the last groah of lthe lying -man mingled
itself, uinheeded, with tbh tempest that howled
arotunid. : "

DEiTHS "i BosTox.-The ninuaT, "Genersal
abstract of the Bill of Mortality" for the City of
BoOetonfrom January lot 1838, to January 1st
189, is justpublished. It is a' very; interesting
document, and worthy Of particular attention. It
appears that the whole number of deaths is 1M20 -
which for a population of over 80,000, shows a re.
markabtle state of health to have prevailed. Of eigh-
ty-nine classes of disease reported, which caused the
deaths, we find the following: -
Accidental,' 16
Consuniption; 2.66
Convulsons, i "
Delirium Trdmeos, 10
Drinking CoI 'Water, 3
Intoxication,. 24
Poison, 4
Drowned, ,19.
Diseases Unknown, 182
.-Miercantile Journal.

The benefit of having a hard head.-The fol-
lowing account is given of the recent- duel opposite
Vlhaburg. l L f a
The ullima lex regorum, the final ppea to
arms, after the customs of the darkest days of chiv-
airy, was resorted to on -aturday (day before yes-
terday) on the Louisiana shore, qpposite Vicksburg,
between Alexander E M'Clung. attorney at law in
the city of Jackson, and John W Menifee, Esq. of
the city of Vicksbrg, brother o the H-on Mr Men-
ifee of Kentucky, no* in Congress. The weapons
used were yagers. The first Ire proved harmless,
only wounding the skia of' M'Clung'a coat. At
-* -. 1 << L i L> -..-

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-- -' "~'O"T~' W"9 ~ 1~~ A

Remaining in the Post Office, Jan. 16, 1839.
(r* Persons applying for letters on
'this List, will please mention that they
are advertised. -
Abrahams Miss Ann Andre Chadles
Ackerman iJames Andrews James B
Adams Thomas Anderson Wm Henry
Adams Abner S Anderson Sarah 2 ,
Adams Misp Sarah Anders Lucretia
Addington J F S Andrews Joel W
Adder Capt Isaah Appleton Mary Ann
A4ams AL Appley Dr Luther 2
Agnew John 0 Armstrong Mrs Nancy
Agnew Dr Samuel Armstrong Miss Rachel
Agret George Armstrong Mrs Margaret
AlabojWThemav Arnold William
Alexander, Samuel Arnold Emanuel
Allison Dr tobert ,' Ashcr oft John
AlberNd6trAbram Ashley Miss
Albright Miss Mary Asmead Albert
SAllen & Harper Ashton Charles M.
Allen James H Austin H R
Allen Miftlizabeth R OAubert G sen.
AldenJamem M Avon Henry
Bamford Henry Boyle W B
Ban Jim Boardly Mrs Eliza
BattinJ I Book Miss Elizabeth
Barnes Dr Homer P Bowis Mrs Elitia
Barnes Rev William Brady John,
Bacon enjamia C0 Brackin Henry
Bailey Mr Brachausen K '
Batlett Daniel 2 Bragg Mrs RachaeL C
Billantyne Thomas Branson Mrs Elizabeth,
Bartlett Montgomery R Bray Isaih' 2
Barrett Mary'jae Brelseford W D
Balf Mrs Sarah Bretdorff Henry
Baily CDe'te' Brethwaite Thos
Barton William 2 "Brewer' William' "
Baker MJss Emma A Brikel William
Bairds Wm M X Bridge HE
Banks Joseph Briggs Miss Ann
Battereby'J r&ephhew Biggs Miss Amelia
Beck Henry- Brindle Mr
Begante Madame Brindley Edgar
Bell Lewi `- 1 Briton George L
Bearden Capt M D Brooks James 2
Bennet Michal Brooke Samuel i.
Beebes $ewart Brooks Wm -
BeacheUlijkCo Brown Mro Elalsa H
Bender-Ca* I Brown Sarah -
BmnnetPstor Brown Mrs Makha H
Beggs William Brown John .
Benham Mrs I Brown Brothers & Co H
Beck Andrew Brown John E H
Bell Jimojar. "Brown Col Jno E H
BennetiMr. Brown James D ,
Betsy Uekl Brown James 14
Bingiam Col John Brown & Cady H
Bishop -r ,'Brown & Gaw H,
Bihop'Miss Em yI B oughton Miss Louisa E H
Bird William Brower Daniel R I
Middle Mrs Jno G 2 BrysonhJamsH 2 H
Blake Peter Bryan Isaac C
Black Is4cK ~Bronson Coteworth P
Blee Jas e Bullard SamuelKM Ir
Blizard MresAnn' Bush -Thos
Blytbe Wm Burling, Samuel
Blythe James E Buzby Henry
Blore Miss Dig`ton Burns James A r
Bluvett Capt Benjamin Bussier Jane It
Blow Willinm J -' Busch Miss Mary -
Boar ea el~ur~rqwa James Is
Borait Mr aBrc- Joseph G
.Bonhaii iacol D" l Burrowes Able
Bonnel J M Beyac Alfred J
Bodine4;ae ^ Burk Wmnt
Bonhaitinii B'cber John it
Bonefoug Job* Bureall.WmYP J,
Bordino Miss Julia Ann Burrowes Jesse J
Bosley James J Butcher Wm J
Boyl. Thompson Byrne Timothy j
Botrfor4 Alva Byrne P Fl j
Boyden, ,lobert Byer Mrs Mercy Je

Cardeza'ohn -Comog & Co D A
Carpenter' Edwin Cooper Mary
Carver John E Conway Thomas
Catez Amelia Coon Eliza
Carter William' Cornish Sipia
Casein John-J Connolly Timothy
Cambell James 2 Cox J Fn
Cambell James M Coburn Bachanan
Castor Benson Coulter Elizabeth
Case Samel H Coffin Joshua
Carter Emily CColson Henry
Carney John M Cooper C Campbell
Carleton William Coral Patrick
Caranla Juan Courtiss William
Canaday James Couper Isaac
Carson 'Oliver Cootre Spencer
SCarter James T Colbey A Grant
Campbelt J G or A G Cox Samuel
CakpbElt Mard Coltona John
Campbell John G Coleman James
Callan James Coffin Thomas M
,Tise Simon. Coffee Geo W
Carter Mti Conner E C Miss
Carpenter'Maty~ R -' Constantine Felicity
Caunthinv E*tl Cook William E,
Caldwell Mur Conway Andrew
Causey Josepi Coffin Chas D
Carpenter Edwin Collinson Thomas
Catherold Jonathan Cook Cyanithe'
CaispbelTl arn DCooper Joseph
Campbell'John Cooper Letitia C
Ceneila WIlJaoht Cook Mary A E
Chapman Richard M Coal Eliza
Cheeks Mrs LM Cook Isaac H
Church r Mi Counseu John
Churchill Benjiamin P Connal Philip
Chamberlin G Coleman Margaretta E
Chrystie Elizabeth Craig Temple
Cheeks Henhy '- s Cbcke Henry
SChandler Charles Cnique A r
SChampi -Thotna Crester H
Chance Robert Cromwell Elizabeth R
Childers Erasmus R Crawley Mary
Chandler 'B Crawford William
Chones Susannah Cresson John E
Clark Susan B Cromley Samuel
Clephan Robert 2 Crowell Thomas E
Clemson Ann Cronier Johanna
Clark Lewis S Crack Mrs
Clark Edward B Cuff Maria
Clarke Messrs Curtis Benjamin T
Clarke William Curl Snowden S
Clendining John Cummins James
Clarke Ed*ard S ummings Henry
Conway Michael Cummings Louisa
Conrath Peter Cummingham Elizabeth
Coate Monsieur Curpherd Henry A
Colvell Robeft
De Arusmont-- Dickerson Miss Julia M
Daily David E Dinane Timothy
Davis Thomas Dickson John
Dale Rev-James Dishnar Agustis
Davis Gen John Dillinghsm Wm H Esq
Davis Isaacs Dixon James
Daniels George Doogan Thomnas
Darlington Samuel P Donnegan R
Davis Miss Sarah Donnelly Joseph
Devalcour Madame Ellen Dollary Patrick
Deterer J Dobbin James
Do Angeli Gravinto Downward James
Dean John Dove T 8
Delacroix C J Dow James G
Deacon E T Dorang -
Dessaa John Donnelly Miss Allen
Dermott James Downie Mrs Eliza
Devine Mrs Rose Dobbins -
Denny William H Downing W_
*,De Forrest Samuel Doliber Thomas R
DDeamer Lewis Drysdale Alexander J
Decor Henrietta Drake Thomas
V%- T A 11 T-a.r'11- 1-. T





Gay Gamaliel
Gardner Sidney
Garven John
Garer Mary
Garrigues & Brott
Gaddis Ellis
Gaskill Thos Pen
Garity Mary
Gaucher John
Gaff Thomas'
Gardner Dr
Gear Henry
Gibson James G
Gladding John
Gill Hugh
Gilmore Mary E
Gilbert Charles
Gleen Thos

Harper Ann
Harrison Richard (
Hallenbach Alfred
Hannr Eusibius J
Hart John
Harrngton Dr WI
Hamill Rebecca
Hall Joseph
Hawkins Wm B
Harris Delphia.
Hathaway W S 2
Hays Cornelia C
Hand Ann,'
Harpending A
Haims Benjamin
Harpen Joseph
Hardin Wilkin
Harbeson Mrs
Harris Nichqlas
Hassingee Jacob
Harrison G L
Hamlin Edward S
Hawkins Wm B
Hammell William
Hamm Augustus J
lammond Nicholas
Hall Mrs
Hartley Henry
Hlazlet Samuel
lartwell Samuel C
3arrot Henry A
Holman Silas B
Harrison Thomas
Hastings James
Haswell J
lall Thomas
latch Edward
laughey James
lamilton A Boyd
lathaway Caleb
fargreaves Richard
lamilton James S
[enderson L W
I ews)George
leylen Isaiah
[eaton William
lenry John _
[enry Geo W
[emphill Robert

-oddin James,& Cat
'ulinder Miss Abigai
srael Js
-vine Dr William
urbide Agustin De
-vine Henry C
aacks Mrs Rebecca

Goutier John
Gorden Hugh
Green William
Green Thomas
hers Graves Dennis
Graves Joe B
n Green John
Gross Augustus H
\ Grant W R
Grator Levia
Gowen C
Gregory J
Greaves Louisa
Griffith James W
Griswold Julia
Galager Charles
Gwinn Peter
Gurnsey Dr P B
Henderson Thomas
G Hendricks Joseph M'
Hefferin Michael
Herhera William
Heylin J B
H Heaters J E
Herlin Thomas
Hickman & Brother
Hicks Seth S
Hills jun Stephen
Hill Jane
Higgins Jonathan M
Hoffman John
Hodge James T
Holt Samuel L
Hopkinks William
Hope Ann
Hollingsworth E B
Holden Levi H
Hodget John
Hodgson John
Hobbs Albert S
Holbrook Josiah
Horner David S
Holland Martha H
3 Hope Sarah A
Hodge James, Thacher
Hoak George
Hockney Jonathan
Honor Benjamin C
Hollerman B C & W
Hopkins Elizabeth
Hoover Susan
Hopkins Nicholas
Hodgson A L
Holgate Edw
Holbrook James
Holden Levi
Hagg Benjamin F 2
Huff Sarah
Hunter Caroline
Hunter Thomas C
Huntingdon Mary
Hudson Maomi
Hurl Elizabeth
Huff Jno
Hunt Myer
Hurlbut Hezekiah
SI. *
th- Izley Francis
Irwin W W
Al Irbin Miss E
Ingram William
Ingram Cloud L
Irvin Mills M
Imley Jas B
Idler Mrs

ickson Samuel Jorden Frederick
enkins Benjamin' Johnsen Robert
ackson Thomas Jones George
ones N & Co- Jones Benjamin
ickson Washington Jones Anthony
me Joseph Jones Isaac R
anvier Wm Johnson William T
ifferson Jakes Johnson Astley B
unkins George Jones George B
anes Miss Ann Johnson Mrs
ackpon John S Jones Oliver P
times Elizabeth Jones Edward P
ickson Henry Johnston Thomas jun
effries Emma Jones Mrs F B
icobs Miss Elizabeth M Johnson Miss Mary
imes Silvester Johnson William & Co
ohnson William Johnson William F
ohnson Neville Johnson -Stephen
ames & Scott Jones Frederick
ohnson Mrs Maria Johnston Robert
nee Thomas Jones Jacob
ohnston Robert
sese William Kennedy Henry
ing Miss Elizabeth Kemp Joseph 2
ing Mrs Ann L Kelly Mrs C M
xlly John Brutus Kammon Mrs Tyson
pJrlfMrafl arriat--. iff'mf -
rkpatrick Henry A Keim Peter
iohr Peter Kellog Sylvester W
illian Doct M 3 Kampman Mrs Catharine
miller Conrad Kemp Mrs Maria R
rlen Joseph Kerr Miss Mary
.nley Hugh Knight Mrs Fanny
syler George Messieurs Keys Miss Eliza
& William Holtz Kemp Mr

La Plass Charles Le Count J
Langan Ann Lee John
Laurence Margaret Lescare John
Landon William Lebrun Mrs
Lanpdown Rosanna Levsky Alexandria
Lapese C Little Robert
Langs A L C Leiddy Thomas
LamrensoA Elizabeth Linch Margaret
Lathrop 1, W Livingston Walter C 2
Laurie Shepherd 2 Livingston R M
Leonard Elizabeth Lindly George
Levering Clinton Lindsey Wmin
Lewis Benj N Littlefield Oliver
Leedom Sam'l Lincoln Zebina
Lewis John Lighthall Wmin
Luds B Leila Henry
Leighton Margaret Lorilleres Julia
Lee John Logan Robt M
Lewis Charles S Lockhart Levi L
Leavy Thomas Lloyd Wm H
Leonard John Loyd James M
Leavitt James Lomett Ch
Lamar Eugene Longstreth Susanna
Lee M A Loy William & James
Lehman Samuel Lukens Catharine
Lea William Lutz Mary
Levens William Lyon Mary
Leightman Mary Lunkins Wm
Learning Priscilla Loyd & Co
McAllease Francis McCready Dr James H 2
McGaugheen Miss McCulloch Richard
McWane Patrick McCroney Robert
McGuire Thomas McLaughlin Ann
McGowan Daniel McCann James
McKnight John McKee David B
McFarlan Jane K McAllister John C
McRaven A McGinn Mrs
McGhollon Lydia Mcllroy Nancy
MePherson Thomas McOmas James A
MclDonough Elizabeth McNilkarin James
McCormick Archibald McKee Henry
McNeille Perry R McManis James
Mclntire David McVaden Mary
McKaraher John G McNally Peter
McConnell Col H L McMinn Mary
McIlvaineB R McGee John
McConnell Henry L 2 McCanless David
Mc 'ee William McKee John
McGuirp Phill McCollim Elizabeth
McSorley Alice McDowell William H
McCorel Geo W Mcllvaine J H
McKinley Samuel

SNaughton Bernard
Naylor Henry
Nathans T B
Neill Lewis
Neale Mary W
Needham Mr
Neall J R
Mewall Chas
Newton Richard
Nelson Robt C
Nelson Thos
Nelson Horatio A 2

Oat Jesse
O'Bryan John
O'Callahan Corn
O'Conner Mr
Ogden Abraham
Oliver Geo N

Payne Richard A 2
Page William B
Paynter Miss Agnes A
Palmer Jane
Paul John and Hannah
Partesman Capt
Packer Samuel
Patrick John B
'Page Montgomery P
Parker J '
Paysant Mary A and
Patterson John
PaulJ &W,'
Paul John
Packer Ann
Parrot William
Parker Nelson
Parsons S M
Patton Miss Margarett
Parker Joseph
Parsons James
Parmlee Jesse 'C
Palmer Sarah
Palmier Monsieur
Philips Thomas 2
Pepper Col A C
Pearce William S
Pervet Monsieur
Perueett Loiis
Perritt I'D 3
Phillips E Leslie 2
Phillips James E
Pendleton Christiana
Peterson Mr

Quinlan Margaret
Queen John A

Radborne Elizabeth
Ralston Anson G,3
Rawlins Thos
Reynolds Elizabeth I
Repshure Isabellao
Remmey James
Reeves A, R
Read John
Reymer John I
Reed Geo W F
Reinwoudt Peter E
Rixon Samuel ]
Richardson Francis ]
Rible Joseph B
RichaidsJ J 3
Richardson Thos R
Hichards & Co C H I
Ritchie Martha R
Richard Hurldah
Riddle John
Rice Philip
Rittenhouse .Chas
Ritter D
Right William
Rivers Henry W IR
Rich Sarah
Ross Richd

Sandborn J H S
Sanddrick Mrs S
Sartori A 8
Sands Miss Ana Sn
Sage Bernard K
Sabins Geo W
SandC JS
Sacher Anthony
Scott Miss Margaret
Scates G W
Scimes E C
Schriener 3 S5
Schreiner J H
Schenk WV H 2
Schulley MrsS
Seymour Jas MS
Schisler GodfreyS
Sears SamuelS
Seeson Mi~sS
Serfiy Hannon&
Schwcitzcn Geo W S
Shepherd WmS
Shields JasS
Shaw JnoS
Shud Jas GS
Shaw los S&
Shaw JOe S
Shoemaker Hannah S
Shapley S
Shannon Bernard S

Sheppard Providence S
Short Geo S
Shermway W A S
Shaw A B S
Shock Christian S
Simon Christopher S
Siner & Irwin S
Sims R S S
Simpson R H S
Simon Edward S
Simpson Hood S
Skilenger Miss S
Simpson Mr S
Simmons WR S
Simlar Chs
Sidler Mrs Sarah S
Skerrett Madawl S
Sleeper James S
Slocomn Wm S
Slaugh John S
Sloan G H
Sloan Sol M
Sloanaker Wm S
Smith Jno C S
Smith Robert ,
Smith George
Smith Benj R S
Smith Amasa 2
Smith David S
Smith Mrs E B S
Smith W W & H S
Smith J Jones
Smith Jos H
Smith John 2
Smith Susan P
Smith Richard C
Smith Thomas L S

Tearnoy Patrick
Tarr Edwin S
Tatman Jane B
Taylor Alexander
Tatem M R
Taylor J M
Teacher Advertising
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Newbold J Clayton
Newman L L
Newman Gee S
Nichols James K
Nisbet Edward C 4
Nisbet Alexander
Nixon James
Noble George
Noyes John N
Norman F
Nurse Samuel 0
Northart John
Orr Jbhn
Orr Phoebe
Orr Letitia Ann
Otto Charles
Owen Abraham

Pearse T M
Philips Clement
Pemberton C H
Pearson John
Pearson Davis
Pettit William V 6
Pettis Thomas
Pope Joseph
Poulson Johi
Pomrey Mrs Margarett
Porter John
Post Mr
Pool James W
Porterfield William
Pollard G W 2
Potts GeoH i
Pounder Thomas L
Pool Dorcas N
Porterson Capt Thomas
Pewel l Thomas
Prentis J M
Pritchard Alexander
Price George Thomas
Price Thomas
Price Capt
Pratt Mr B
Prendaville Miss Many
Prevost Charles
Price John & Co
Platt & Kingting
Price James B
Pusey Miss Mary E
Purnell Goorge
Purlby John -

Quintin Margaretta

Roget Edw
Roy Jas H
Rowland J
Robinson SamI
Rose Wm
Roop Saml W
Royer Theodore
Roberts Wm
Rowland T R
Rodney John H
Rowland Jas A
Rowland Thos,
Robinson Hurlow
Ross Philip
Roberts Edw D
Robinson James
Ltoberts Chas
Rlobentb Lloyd
Roland Ellen
Robinson Moor T
Robesoin Andrew Jr
Roman Thos
Robinson Lewis H
Russel Wm
Russell Aron
Rouk SamI

Smith J B
Smith John P
Smith Mrs Louisa
Smith W H
Smith Robert & Son
-mith James 4
Smith Jesse F
Smith Caroline
Smith Thomas M
Smith Jno H
Smith Miss Matilda
Smith Morriti
Smith Cathafine
naeg William

bnoW-'Miaa Barberry
Sotherton Mrs C
spearing Wm
Spright Charles 2
Springer Eliz
Speer Kobt
Sperry Miss Ann
Spencer S
pence A B 2
Stokes Edward
Stevens Wmn
itevens Sally Ann
Itants W H 2
Stevens David
tevenson Samuel 3
ititch Dr
Steel Eliza
itar Patrick
tanton Col
itubel Chs
Steward John
itratlton SamRI T
itratton J3 B
Itewart Robt
tour Francis H
Stokes Martha B
itewart Morgaret
Stewart Jno G 2
Strabel R H
Stevenson Thomas
tockmran Jno
Stelz Jacob
Stevenson Charles
Stirling Cochran
Stiles W C
Stevenson Mary
Stoker Anna Mara
Stewart Win
8tackhouse Miss E
Stewart Muncy
Sillwagen Charles
Steward Charlotte
Strahan W H1
Sternes Hiram
Stevens John
Sterit James
Button Capt
Sister Jacob
Sutton James
$wany Miss Susan
Sweeny Thomas
Swondon Miss S
Swift Cap Jo.
Sweeney Samuel

Thomas N L
Thompson Jas M
Thacker Chas F
Thilly Betty
Thompson d & Co
Thomas Mrs Margoretta
Turner Wmn
Tyson W B
M-W. Pti f...

Ware Joseph '. Windiy John V
Watt Frederick -.r '.Wuon John
White Charles J 'Wiley Maria
Whithe Joseph Williams J B
West JoB E Williams Mary
West William Williamson Mary
Weightman Henry Wistar William
West William Wilson John
West S C Wism Mary L
West Hannah Williams Sarah
Westcott Joseph Winterble A
Webb William Willis Joseph
Welsh John Woster Charles
Wesner John Worthington Henry
Wells John L 2 Wolcott-Charles M '
Weiler Mr Woodruff Sarah W
Wells John D Woster Charles
Weed W H Wood CharleS
Wells Ann M Woodford 1K 4 ,
Welsh Mrs Woods Jane
Whistlee Henry Woodruff A P
White Thomas Wright Thomas A
White Thomas Wykes Samuel
White Reubin
: Y.
Yard Sarah P Young Ann
Yearsley T Young Sarah Ann
Young Mary /
Zantzingej Wm Zetbe Jonathan
Zepp Daniel
MeLeod Dr D C Jones Gee B-
Smith Joseph Capt Hull Cowa Isaac
Upham J W Anderson Jas Mid'n
Wolpley Lewis 2 Allen A P
Davis John H Tayssoux Edwd 8
Allen Henry
POST Orniv Jan. J7. jan 18--d3t
For Nale or to Let,
A LARGE WAREHOUSE, situated on the Canal
Basin, in Hollidaysburg, Huntingdon county,fa.
suitable for a Forwarding House, having two slips,
and all other convenient apparatus for doing a large
business in the Transportation of-goods. It has been
occupied for several years by .essrs. C. H, Tier's 4&
Co. For further information apply to
'Cumberland,'Allogheny Co.'
dee 15-d2m, Mr"'
Christmlas a aund jeW Xtw^
A GRl&AT variety of elegant Annuals and other
books, suited to the season, an extensive assort-
ment of beautiful Toy Books, (colored and plain, for
children; Engravings and other articles calculated for
holiday presents. For sale by' C. NEAL,
Library and Dramatic Repository,
dcc 25-dif No. 16 south 7th at.
Maid of rMIariendorpt.
TURNER & FISHER have lately published
U Knowles' new play, the Maid of Mariendorpt.
A superior assortment of Plays always for sale.
jan 7-d6t I1 North Sixth at.
'-Steam 'ower.
STEAM POWER, and a convenient and well light-
ed ROOM, to Let. Inquire at KAY & BRO-
THER'S Printing Office, Race street, above 41h, south
side; or at their Book Store, 122 Chesnut street~below
4th. 4 dec 27-dtf
For Rent
Its A MALT-HOtSE and. BREWERY., Also,
eEILaDwwg House convenieno to the above, in
iebrugh of Weetchootcr. A ptl to
jan 7-mws3t Wept heater.
>, ~ --* -- s*
Dividend. '"
Office of the Philadelphia, Wilniugtbn,' and Ralti.
more Rail-Road Company..
C i PHILDzLPEtA, ,an, 8th, 1839.
[OTIC is hereby given to the' Stockholdets of
N the Philadelphia, Wilmington,' and Baltimore
Rail-Itoad Company. thatthe Direetois have this day
declared a dividend out of 't'profits of the Road for
the last six monthas,of THREE and a HALF per
cent. which will be poid on and after the first of Feb-
ruary next, to the Stockholder1 or their legal repre-
sentatives, at the offices of the company in Philadel-
phia, Wilmington or Baltimore.
By order of the Board,
N. B-The Books of Transfer will be closed from
the 20th of February to the 1st of February.
jan 10-dtFl
Auditor's NoUice.
In the District Court for-the City and County -of Phi-
Embree, )
vs. >.Dec. Term, 1838, No. 17, Vend. Ezp.
Larer. ) ,
A LL pros having claims upon the fund in Court,
arising from the sale by the' Sheriff, under the
above writ of-
All those brick messuages, one of them a three
story brick dwelling, the other containing two store
houses, back building, counting house and stables and
Jl~fti~ryAand MlogBri~cl..f.Wp situate, on the
wear side or DelawaniOi 6llr'esWt?'etwe~n High *nd
Mulberry streets, in the city of Philadelphia, contain-
ing in front en said 6th street 50 feet, and in depth
westward 196 feet-bounded northward by the rear
end of the Mulberry street lots, southward and west,
ward by lots late of William Masters, deceased, and
eastward by said 6th street; subject to a ground rent
of 040 per annum; being samae premises which John.
G. Watrnqugh, Esq. High Sberiff, by deed dated 4th
March, 1836, granted unto Johl Larer in fee-
Are hereby notified to attend' before the Auditor
appointed to report distribution of said lund, at
Evans' Hotel, George street above 6th, On Tuesday^
the 22d day of January, 1839, at 4 o'clock, P. M. pre-
pared to substantiate their claims, or else be debar-
red from coming mn upon said fund.
jan 10-dIOt Auditor.

Box Wood.
A few tons superior Box Wood for sale low, in lots
to suit purchasers. Apply to
dec 27-d 581 south wharves.
Passage from JLondonderry.
Persons wishing to engage passage for their
h friends in first rate ships, to sail from London-
derry tbfor Philadelphia-
One on the 15th March, 1839.
do do 25th March, do.
do do 5th April, do.
do do 20th April, do.
do do 1st May, do.
do do 10th May, do.
May now do so by applying to the subscriber.
I3r The ship ERIN, Captain Wilkinson, is expect
ed to be the first to leave Derry next Spring.
dec 21-dtf No. 5 Decatur st.
Juvenile Works.
C OLORED A. B. C., Mother Goose's Quarto, Mo-
ther Bunch's Melodies, Boys' and Girls' Own
Book of Fairy Tales, Grandmother's Budget of
Rhymes. Baby's Own Book, Colored Toy Books, Toy
Prints, etc. etc. wholesale and retail.
dec 22-dtf 11 north 6th street.
To Trenton, via Camden,
f A Line will leave Walnat
J Street House, foot of Walnut st'
I daily, (Sundays excepted) at 2
o'clock, P. M.-the only line to Trenton by this route.
Fare, One Dollar. WM. J. WATSON,
jan 9-dtf Agent.
'T'o Cotton Planters.
PRESSES and Jacob Idler's lately patented
REPEATING CLEANER, to separate the trash and
.dirt from the cotton in seed.
Also, HORSE POWERS of the most approved
construction and running gear. Specimens can be
een at the Machine Shop in Willow street, first door
below 6th street, Philadelphia, where orders for the
above Machines will be attended to, by
jan 14-dtf WILLIAM IDLER.
In the matter of the account of Charles V. Hagner,
Executor of the last will and testament of JOHN
TOVWWIR?0d a...'d

Saals bv Auction.
fBy T. Birch, Jr.
NV. 84 South Second Stee.

CARD.--T. BIRCH, Jr. will attend personally tU
sales at private Dwellings, on the most reasonable
PUBLIC SALES of new and,2d-hand Hquse.
hold Furniture, every Tuesday and Friday morn.
ings, at 10 o'clock, at the Store.
Catalogue Sale of
This morning
S At 10 o'clock,, at the auction store,
Will be sold,an assortment of well made h6use-
hold furniture, comprising pier and centre tables
with marble tops, pier aid recess sideboards with
marlble tops, pier pedettls, spring seat sofas of
various patterns, lounges, mahogany French and
half French stuffed seat chairs, ladies' dressing
bureaus, mahogany wardrobes, plain bureaus en-
closed and plain washstands, secretaries and
book cases ladies' work tables, dining and card
tables, maple and fancy cane seat chairs, rush
seat and windsor sdo, mahogany and maple
French and high post bedsteads, bed mattresses,
palliasses, &c.
Also, one piano forte made by 1Loud & Co. in
use but a short tiue. ..
Also, one piano forte made by Jones, P very
superior instrument. ,
0 y IS. Poulterer t .
Neo. 445Market street, .'orthA side, ,qhove 00t

CARD.-Furniture sales attended to persoatly
by the subscriber, at ,the dwelling houses of own-
er, or t the store, an4 the proceeds promptly paid
over. Also, administrators' sales and appraise ,
ments of furniture personally attended to,
On Saturday morning,,
At 10 o'clock, at the aucton store,
Will be sold, a general assortimeft of furniture,
comprising msple high post, field and lowpost bedl
steady feather beds, mattresses and let of bedding,
hair seat sofa, mahogany recess sideboard, bureaus,
dining and breakfasttables, looking glasses, fancy
rash and windioir chairs, ingraip and domestic car
pets, *ndirons, shovel and tongs, cherry tables,
washstand!, chamber tables, rocking chairs, settee.
crockery, glasmware, and, kitchen furniture, &c.

Also, I excellent cylinder stove, I bar stove in
imitation of Nott's patent, 2 wood stoves, which
will be sold at commencement of the sale.
Also, at commencement of the sale, a lot of tools,
comprising 2 superior brace and bits, 2 ploughs and
bits, sa h planes with box screw, arms, plough and
grove plans, lot of augers,, firmer, chisels and
gaugesopolished anger bits, Iot efcloak hooks, lot
of wood screws, screw-Arivers, 1 grain cradle with
scythe, lot of wrapping paper, and sudry qther ar.
tides, trace chains, &c.

Also, I second han4. sofsa1,1 ingrain carpet, 1
bureau, I mantel glass, 1 fIgured crumb cloth, 1
piece of domestic carpet, tables, chairs, &c.
Also, I musical bog and I4 accordion.
Also, 1 timepiece, &c.
C*RD.-Purniture at Prvate Sale.
8, Poulterer is constantly ec Iving from the manu-
faeturers,ah assortment obf4 abinet furniture, com-
prising mahogany wardrobes, dressing glass bureaus,
centre and pier tables, secretaries, solas, and lounges,'
high back rocking chairs, dining and card tables, ma-
ho any and, maple high. post bedsteads, mahogany
cane and rush seat parlor chairs, feather beds and
iattresses, alipetior ingrain. carpet, venetian stair
and entry carpets, large gilt Ira=ne mantel and pier
glasses, etc. oraoracing a general assortment, all of
which he will sell at private sale at reduced prices,
at his furniture roqoms, over the auction store, 445
'Market street abovp 12th, north side.
LL persons indebted t, BARTHOLOMEW
REES, late of the city of khiladelphia, Mer'-
chant, deceased, are requested to pay the same; and
all those having any elaiims against the estate of the
said decedent, will please present them, properly ad-
jus ted, to WM; A. EVERLY, Adnm'r,
P jan 7-2aw6w No. 225 Market street.
1r. and MrS. lHazard
R ESPECTFULLY informs the Ladie and Gen-
tlemen of Philadelphia,that they will open their
SCHOOL on the first Monday of, January, 1839, at
the ODD FYuLLows SALOON, formerly occupied by Mr.
Guillou. Here will be classes for Young Ladies
from 3 to'S-fromi 5 to 'tfWr Yung Lads, aid the eve-
ning will be devoted for the ^rewn up Gentlemen.
;Mr. and Mrs. Hazard will attend private families
and also Acadenr niies. ,,
For further particulars apply at the placp meI ction-
ed above, every day commencing on Tbursday,,20th
December. ,'dec 1,9-dtf
Loreirzo iLotte,
Statuary end Figure Maker, in Anatomy and' Phres olo-
g'y, No. 8'7j south 2d 'street, opposite the Pannsylaia-
(OFFERS for sale the following beautiful FIQUaaS,
~Frecently casten, such as Grecian Fig'tres for
fountains or gas lights, a beautiful Fanuus, or the God
of the Shepherds, the Ebeloy Canova, three feet 'high,|
and other varieties of ancient and modern aubiecta bi
history. All the goods warranljd, and well packed
for sending to any part of the country. .
N.B.-Casts taken~ from the living and dead; all the
articles warranted to stand, any weather. '
* jan 7-dliv '
Qjficq of the Philadelphia, Wilrnngton, mad B~altimore
Ra-Read Company.
PHILADISLPHIA, Dec. 31st, 1838.
N OTICE is-hereby given, that the annual meeting
of the Stockholders of the Philadelphia, Wil-

mington and Baltimore Rail-Road Company, and an
election for fifteen. Directors to serve the ensuing
year, will be held at the Rail-Road Depot, in the city
of Wilmington, Del:on Monday, the 14th of January,,
at 11 o'clock, A. M. pursuant to the acts of Incorpora-
dec 31-dtJl5 Secretary.

-Diim olution.
T HE partnership heretofore existing between Winm.
A. Everly and Bartholomew Rees,under the firm
of EVERLY REES, was dissolved on the lst inst,
(by the death of Bartholomew Rees.) The business
of the late firm Will be settled by the surviving part-
ner. WM. A. EVERY.
01 The business will be continued by the stbscri,
bar, at the old stand, No. 225 Market at.
jan 7-3tawlm WM. A. EVERLY.

Valuable Farm,
Formerly the residence of John Way, dec'd, containing.
60 Acres of first rate land.
On Friday evening, February 1, 1839, at 7 o'clock,
will be sold at the Philadelphia Exchange, corner
of Third and Walnut streets, (by order of the Ad-
I A valuable Farm, near Wilmihgton, (State
J of Delaware) formerly the residence of John
ay, deceased, containing 60 acres of well cultivated
arable land. There are on the premises a large sub
stantial Stone Mansion, two stories high, two rooms
aad hall on the first floor,, a frame kitchen, adjoining;
a large stone barn, coach house, spring house, with
dwelling over it; a two story frame tenant's hfioue; an
orchard containing a variety of good fruit trees. In
front of the mansion is a large piazza, fronj which is
a fine view ofthe Christiana creek and the River De-
laware, the city of Wilmington, and the surrounding
Also for sale, 11 acres of marsh meadow, situated
on the Christiana creek, about one mile from the farm;
also, three acres ot marsh meadow, situated a short
distance from the farm. Th6 land of these meadows
is of excellent quality, and will produce two tons of
hay an acre.
For further particulars inquire of Wm. Jones, At-
torney for the widow, north 12th above Arch street,
Philadelphia; of Washington Ric-, in Wilmington; of
Thomas Ratoliffe, the tenant on the farm; or of
jan 3-dts Auctioneer.
Office of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Co '
January 7,1839. _

Sales b* Auction.
1By Riihlards & Bispbamu ,
Va.,J3, 8sutk Front Street. /
e This morning,
At 11 o'clock, at the .action store,
S Will be sold, a mall lot ofrery superior Ha-
vana segars.
Postponed on account ofthe weather. -
Ths rmoroing, .
: At 11 o'clock, at te auction store,
Will be sold, a general assortment of Groceries,
contsisng of- '
i 0 M0bi Ppito Rico sugar.
10 hhas Trinidad molme, ., .
f15 boxeswhite fiavana .ligr. .
100 :bags Laguayra Cofae; QK, ,Riqo4o .o, .
300 boxes bunch rising; 200 half do; 100 qr dodo
100 barrels pilot bread. '
20 chesits fresh prunes. ,
10 tiercei prime rice. "'"' -
25 bhes castilesoa.. :
20 boxes Boeston ehobol.te. i : ,
50 baskets champagp e.
50 M Cuba Segars.
ThThis morning, ,/
At 11 V'clock:, t the auction store,
Will be sold, for account of whom it may concern.
damaged on the voyage of importation, 52 ba s Riod
coffee. '
SAlso,; 1 halfchests prime gtunpbwder t. '
S. ~This morning,.\- ,
At 11 o'clock, -t the action store,
On account of who it may oneer s lightly dam-
gq'on the voyage of importation, 100 bag. Lagtara
coffee. ,',
Also, 10 cases lquorice paste.
Also, 3 puncheonsi Irish Whiiskey.*;' "
This morning, 9
At '11 o'clock, at the auction utaore, t
Will be told, 26 tierces fresh Rice, in loti to suit
purchasers. '
This morning,
At 10I o'clock; on the'Whaif below Lombard at. i
will be sold entitled to debenture. 9 0hha.gin, just
arrived and landing fromobarquw Amelif.

By T. William 'L. FreemaI.,
i S^ 8 SutA ~i,-d StreeA. ,, ...

T. W. L. Freeman will sell on Friday. Februtay I.,
at the Phila4elphia Exchange, a number of valuable '
estates, under the authority, of Uthe Orphans' Court, as '
,wel as"by order of eecutors-sIld pthers.- '"'- '* n
Prpperaty, bank or other stock, can be oar',ed on the i
same evening, at a small expense. -w -h ''Is r
VEar VAIIsiE FArx.-Included in, thei sale ,
of February 1st, will-be ap valutblq farm neari Wik-,
'mington, the late residence of Wiiam Way, ceiiieas-

otpd. o es '' ,. '
SCARD.-Appralsements MadS or 'alds effbct.d of
Real or Perdidtal property of' evBery deacripties for
Execitowrs and others -`, :I, -., 'n I
Advances .Dptde in anticipation of sales, and for the.
conTvenience of families who disposed of their house-
hold goods at the Pction store, hieproceeds can be'
obtained on the day of sale.
Godes for Ptivate Sate. '$ '.
A spacious rom is expressly. ,propriated ior the
reception of Piano Fortes or UmuseholdJFuIraitMe for I
private pale anr no charge maude if not sold, n'nless
under advance, when they wiMl be subject 'to the
monthly p public sale. ,hres "
CARL),-Fin rniture Sales-dattended to personally
by the subscriber, at the dwelling, houses oFdiWners
or at the store, ad the proceeds promptly paid over. TheI
Also, Administrators' Sales, and appwiseuwnits e d'e
fuanituie, porsonally at*nded to.i a '
JuSte received r private, ale, several i handp o e*
bureau silgeboar and sopios, tables, maplp chairs, I
imitation dtta etc. soryoIse
Elegant Patent High Port' ahd Fsegt Biaseads' ;
bThe subectibev has beeet a RointedAy mo.ftra dti.
posing of thejPatenis Bedstead, ndhhav w hand an
assortment~ of both high eand- field. poast lb.datessds.-
The facility with which the Bepsteada,ccan be -taken_-
down or put up renders them superior to any oh'er.
Every dese riptionbf Houehold Furnitur reatrceiv,-
ad for 'the limited prices of the- owner fbr Piivate
Sale. .
Advances made as heretofore. '
S Public Sale ofn
CAn AG eS n AND oARft4S. ho
Tfi- morning, -
Will be sold a ihe NW corner of 5th and. Buttoun-
wood streets,-
1 square- h W*dgdn, ot the prevailing flishion, vwith
seats tor four persons, iron axles, glasses in shies with,
lamps complete, an excellent article. ;
IOfecond hand, market or baggage,; fagow I with top,
and cutains on elliptie springs. n .
A` new buggy wagon with leather falling top, silk 4
.quabs, iron axles, etc. finished in the best manner.
dodo withoUit top, ey veli'ght, with I high ftont I
wheels, iron atles, etc, was built to order. i
1 second hand York wagon with'leather falnog top. -
'1 do do gig with silverr mounting., in ood a,-der.
T ft bntgnxgryfla'do-salkey, anefly new. i
1 sleigh; second hand do.
Also, 1 truck wagon. -
Also, 4 sets of excellent new double harhess with c
brasi'hnd japanned mountings: I second band set sl- A
ver mounted carriage harness; Iset of second. -hand
sleigh dofor 2 horses; 4 do buggy dowith bass mount-
ings; 5 dosulkey do do; 3 do dearbord 40, and 4 aets
second hand ilJlw do, A.

., On Saturday 'morniing, -
'10 o'6oc1, t the auction store,
Will 'be sold, 2 tons red ash ceal; ft do *?i%14
do do.
-i O'Saturday marnting,' -
At 10 o'clock at the auction store,
Will be sold, the genteelinrniture of' a private
family, consisting of handsome sidebbard,Sdol'a, din-
ing, card and centre tables, with marble tops, pier
table do, marble top. washstinds, bureaus, carpet,
looking glasses, andirons,' shovel and tonga, rugs,
bedsteads, beds, mattresses and bedding, glase and
crockery ware, venetian blinds, pritas, maho'ga'ny
and maple chairs,' with many' other articles;' like-
wise, a quantity of kitchen furniture, &c;- t
STOVES. ". -
Also, at the, same time,a i number of cooking arid
other stoves. '
Splendid Sale of Valuablf Broad Street: P .peri$I,
known as the Central Block, and U united
State$ Depot, on Penn Aveuue.and Sichuylkil
8 t h s t r e e t I ; 4 1 '
The'above valuable estates (unleusi disposed of at
private sale) will positively be sold to the highest
bidder, by 'order of the trustees, on Monday evening,
January 28, at the Philadelphia Exchange. For- full
descriptions see daily papers.
Other estates can be offered on the same. verang,
by furnishing descriptions at the auction store.
pair of large size bay horses, sound and kind
either in double or single harness. I'-
Also, a fine black horse, good size, hn, exol~lent
dearborn horse.. Likewise, a Canardian poney. The
above horses will be sold very low, if immediate
application iamade.
Steam Engine at. private sale, from 2 to 5 horse
power; a largo and superior turning lathe.-
A threes story House to Ljet.
To 'let, a three story brick: house in 4Coates' street
between 9th and 10th street. Rent very moderate.
'Apply to T W LFREEMAN.
, Tavern st~nd with handsome. Furniture, at Private
T. W. L. F. will sell at private sale and on very fa-
vorable terms, the furniture, fixtures, together with
the lease which has 4 years to ran, of a well known
establishment, situate in the most' fashionable part of
the city and has a large run of cuslom. This house
is well furnished, and has a very neat refectory un-
der it.

Office of the Pennieylvania Compana-y'for Insurances on
sives and Granting Annuities.
PHILADVLPHIA- Dec. 19, 1838.
NJOTICE is hereby given, that the annual niee:v
ing of the Stockholders of this Company will be

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Sales d4 1V '
By Daveft, 4*veno IV C,
fVbs. 2, annd44 NortA F.-
..- '.-
On Saturday monig, '^ ""
19th inst. at O10 o'clock. at Samuel Comyt', ['t f697
north Water street. 200 packages Americenrr Ad iA-
fish Goods, including 6000 wpices of Penteodrk
Prints, mostly of new Spring patitrrns, and all 4'1sa.
ma4der colors, well sailed to the imunwry tide,. -.
The goods will be arranged for cxarnmla w.and
catalogues ready for de)ivery early o, thexio rniu ,-

Of s le. 106 "ra s '".
BY, s \ti A" 'bubo& I
Ut" --C A-"-6.w.i 4A

R-," .... E l%:TAZ.--C BD .
S;coNi S'BALE r YA A aimpkSFufctjup
this mod'h wI Uke 1a Y-B0 y,- ttr*t4 e -
the Philadelphia &l z D nrflpfei'or.the pru-
perty wilt be reauriy B few dn!-.. I
Included in the above iale will M a atoir
so6ty brick store, in Front street be(Vret 'Ibult;
andChesnut. ": .
Also, a three story brick MeiaMarhet, hlt.. -
Sixth and Seventh t. re, s.
' neetDWI.LING ,
A neat three story brick meiuage ; in ie i st.
A house and I1t in Locust trbete bet*ek' 'la.: "
ian 13th streets, under an order of: the-. ;ipht"' -"
C ourt. "- .. .' '* i ,/ .. -v- .,',
A honse and lot ilro-dl sest n.!m(qtto..

By eOrge W- O W.t, ,
w cs! roef A' O 'sa d Tm at .R om .d

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lIes of every description of viel&Gui-sjfor p, i'
declining bHsines, will. a be ttep4ed obyo t .b
eiuber on moderate terms. I,. .. .
LIes of Furniture attesided to ofertt'. 'f "
r sales of Pawnbirowkerd' ',sdM ed s'eoti' I ir.
are held at the %uctioni'stor' Ineadsy and Fridylzorniigv, o5nwift C a..*,
Mock. t hml A I Ai eS (*,m,.
LIes o Watches, Dry Goods, Clutbing, ,H4d-,,
, fancr Articl9s, *P ar *e' UJD e .". <
auction Store, commencinSHg .67lk -
les of Household Furniture an held, at tbe-"4
ion Store'every Siturdmay "iwsibht, Mr to 04i I
- I -. 6 "'QfzW&i SlUbim .r *f
FURNITURN 1A0" ., .., *J
On Sat-urday gnarniwg,, 1 ,
At ?j o'clock, the auction ore,
ill be sold a quantit of furniture, counting
art of 2 mahogan'y spring seat sofs. I do
iag-chair, 4 superior fancy sidaboird with
vr, 1 do plain, mahogany bureaus, 1 0digi
igany end dining tables,ma'hogany and cow. I
eakfast do, gilt and mahogany framed look-
lasses, bird eye(ivple washstand., I set su-.
-rior cane seat chiiru, 1 do rush seal, 6 settelem,
sor chair*, highfl1d and low post bedsteads,,
er beds and bedding, 2 superior astral lamps
glass shades, I-do hangiaC )a ", tok.x
thes, 5 new and secoard iaacdlngrain carpets,
ces neaw.domsoaic '-da., e4U0y 1nd1 ,s .dQ. ^
andirons, shovxelaanJ tongs, aieirs, KIlive;;
brkb,'britarinia' coffee pot, oajfrtor, b~loW', *
one, spittoons, eandlhtietk, Germm a iver -*
and tea spoens, btread traps, eeu.Uu ons*,jf '.
I stoves, grates, ei0 sta. 2
On. Svturday viug,
At I o'clock, at the aqotion store, f%
tock of dry goods, to be soldMwit doasfe4 i*
a.6,on account of aptrsdn he :ivasit"&di.'""'
3.-The eveni4 sale domumienceaet ahdfpast ..
o~c -' '* *.*. -t .4'^ 1)?

S NO TH I'CI '- "' E -"
T HE owilers or ohiegtee.oitsF4 t.14 m 'CtlCAdj-. ."!'
per. Henry Iimedi, eLJO1w B"
10, are requested to call y e a lhti aw, o-te -
wise they will be sold to pay harea G r a *
j"n3-dtf 5ft uswAh4.Vr*@sg
Life -ff .v frs. eftnir rn, .t l .'
USTe eeni'vt d fromi mtlnMltary Mnow M.edik; ;- .
the Life and M%% # d ie f h '
Ann Carson, dauight _110ofcer of thoi uye
States Navy, and beV fror wboft.lib te t *
nnted inthe PMpladi m.Ur d do xit -t Le ..
enlarged and conv i wthe Miar.dyh Ml'n.M '
Clarhke, authoress of the rair Ame orian, tile "i o' '
hiss L 'Hamblin, Edwin Forrcaer, eto. ,'I vli. i n..-
eFor sale by e their. ilS y i WeLN B B t..
drea 28-dm f No. 4 oUith 4tlit.
iteam Towe, boal ts fnr mS o ,f ,
st nn int accordance witN o neswiol iat' -W
abov th ee Directors of '0 t ,abi Tox lid,.
-^"^^^Commpny-8a1l~lProepah ~will?,elii- i
ceived anta the evenjpg of Frid4y, the I
the puirohase of ione or bth of the Steam on-boas,
Delaware and Pennswlevani, in the''preent td '
gion. 'o"Isal to be left at theM bolUig bS, .-
Cheyney Hickma.n, No. Southn Wharyi. whish will
be uumuiled to the Buard orDireefutIor their deci-
sion. X_ T n Li=r,-A ...
Chairman of Cor. of Stockholudeam of T. C, .
Any person wishing informaliou in.r*gaKd to bh
condition of(the boats, arrleerred to .Jefr Jshar e, 'W.
Averill.yuperinietidenf. ia 7%41tfW'

Cairpetn ngoSI DO -. e hr,,
A GENERAL awMnw wSof V W.*Q orerotifW- ,
Setc." for stale at 18 north d street by... ..
dec 1-dtf 1. MMWf
Bank Nete Exchalag I, **xj.1
Ko. 76 SOXqTT- TnizT 'ST3RT x )* rj .
Opposite the Philaidelhiai manage '

Tactics avhd Ie clartei Be"
General Orders, Adjulant Ge"erav'rOjftte- '*
liarrisburg, January 1, 1839: 5
B Y virtue of the authority vested ia the Adju-.. A
tant General, by the Mitia Lawso of t-he,,,
Commonwealth, it is hereby directed by him, with
the consent and eqncurrence of the Governor and.
Comrnrpdpr-iu-Cl;ief'of' Pennsylvanli,-that ke Ibal
tem 4h instruction, in Militaiy .knowledNge, A r .-
gulaion- for the Militia and Voluniteers of the .
State of Pennsylvania, be,' from and afteit1bts ate,
that system which 'has'been' prepared and "riaizd-
by Brevet Captain S. Cooper, (0t the UhltidStaftse
Army,) Aid de Camp and Assistant Adjutant Gene-'
ral, and i e Etleitl "A concise system of Ihstructionii
and ltelations for the Mililia and Volunlteereof '
the United States,"&c. -
AHl office-s and non-commissione4 officers, thu-
sicians and privates, of the Militia or Volunteerm of'
this State will therefore, henceforth conform, in ''
the performance' of their military duties, tohthe ,'
regulations for their government. presc i~ibed i1 the .
above system, nad'all and every other mods of, i*
struction in military tactics, -not consistent with (bit ,
above referred to are hereby posidvely srq'bjWipd,,
for the instruction qf the Miti tip aid Volunteers of
this 4t~te.
As a matter of course, all instructions of Volua.-
teers'or Militia will 'be given in the English ]iti.
(trea copy.) Adjutant eneralof PeWb&s. -'
0p7' Publishe8anndfotrsaleby I P. JDIILY,
VEX, Bookseller and torw,, A,. P 56 Market
street. jan_1 1-d6t-
Dividend. .
rUVIE Directors of the Columbian Btem Beat.
'.3-Company, (Citizens' Line to New York,) 6av4 -
declared a dividend of SIX DOLLARS per 'share,
pqyable after thelih Janiiary, 1839. at &he office of
T. WICRERSHAM & SON, S. W. corner of DTcV
and Walniiu streets jan 15-- "
Philadelphia. January l4.3^*?
THE Directord have this day declared a divifflh -.
of 'o THREE per penti O -the, capital stock ofithe',
Company paid it', which will he paid lo the Stock-
holders or their legal representatives, an and after
the 24th inst. MATHEW C. JENKINS, -e' ***-
jan 15-dt24 President.. ;;.

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Twenty-tfin congress.


S]o, 99f9 South 8eeoumd Street,
,*, Third door abova Walnut,
VAIY ?AlO4i;R-Eight l)olhins per ahitnm.
TH RE TIMES A WEEKr-5 Dollars per annum.
WEEKLY-Two0 U0o per avfnum.
eonCRirPTIOmS will tie received for the rciNtN-
AN. fer t*. atonsa, payable in advance.
Br 2Tri-weekly paper .
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Raturay, Jaun. 19 1S039.
-*- t'cu v Tn"'' .
From owr Correspondent,
HAREiNOuRe, Jan. 17, 1838,
Wq have just reedivpd information of the' result
ofthe eieci on ih'tbe district compased of the coun-
ties of Franklin, Cumberland and Adams, for a
Senator to fill thevasacsy caessioned by the death
of Mr.CasWtf. t. is. an, overwhelming rebuke to
the conspirators ainet the rights of the people.
General Miller, tire ddmocratc candidate, is elected
'by a majority 'of 205' over Macfafland, the whig
candidate. When it is remembered that this dis-
trict was formed expresslty for the purpose of elect-
ing whig BSeiato, iT the apportionment of the
districts ia 182, and that s' the October election
a majority ofoil tha 1000 O was given for Ritner,
the reeactionproduced by the violent and outrageous
conduct of Stevens and his allies will be evident.
/ The omunittee of the Senate to examine ipto
the clfim of Steventson, and ',Wagner to seat in
the SenAte, asdwhich was composed of 6 whigs
and 1 denmprat, reported unanimously this morn-
ing in favor 'of th right of Mr Stevensoh, thus fur-
nishing a further, example, if a further one were
wanted, that the persons of the whig party who
pretended to be the legal tem6bers from the county
*, of Philadelphie, bad iqt the shadow of a claim to
seats. *_. '" /* ''' .
P. 8,-,S'nce mB'jijn my itter, we have receiv-
ed the retnr m* iwthe. Senatorial district of Cum-
berland, Franklin and Adams. The4 majorities are

as follow:

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' am.
:: 701,,

Cu.brl d ,
Franklia ,
Adalms .. ,"'. :



; ,+ / ^ 0 **,
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S Mill's majority :10

APV0Ij..,. .,. '-bRqc ,,e'

George Smith, of the city, to be Rcorder
o $eeds,, a roo 9f Jphn Swift. ,.
D.l/uwaf&--Frwm tle protest of the derhocra
members of the Delaware House of Representativ
Which appeared inM t.1 Delawvre Gatette 'of yestr
day. it seems that the'whit *iaaority in that boe
after refusing :t meet the Seqate in joint bill
have pv.ailed .ames-ve f -qme uirk or quibh
to pass a mm ietiop declaring Joseph Maull Senal
of the United states for the full term. A proceed
ing of this kind is o preposterous that'we dot
wbethe we bav a ,correct impression about t
matter, and tUsero refta from comment un
further lftekitton is received.
Mr BudtisW the whig Lieutenant Governor
New YorMs ep abol4onisa, and.h"s twice pa
lihad hi aMettteilal on the .subject. In regard
'his laif eftpasition.lhe Nr. T.9ing Star has t
foilow4 0tripuo reniarlk, f4hich it appei
that the 9tat pmfesses .to: what Mr Bradi
thinks better thap Mr Bradi otes himself. Thi
we presme, is ia. species of clairvoyance, similar
kind to that. 1i enables the whig papers ai
their correspondents, like Sheridan's hero, to s
what4, notl' sigti and also givts them a maryV
mt ilaIy rer ..eaicting things that never com
to The Beds upement, though doubt
Ski.dfmant n tveiy ectrplimentaqyto N
r" Bradsi, wo qlf'c'0 r0f claims for himself h let
S the igaeiay tpknow, hi own mind; and the l
mation ihl'h mhiq6 abolition deelarations /*Tor
6" i aMt'" ;siq q t .'t.. ithe most favorat
opinion of e iltaw.wy. Either way,'the St
S does nt 4o Much for its friend:
""Nlling .a make us bIeffevs," says the Sti
"that Mr Bridsh is ait wholly southernn in t
.. views, principles and maners; he may make fifth
abohloti aehr ife for elet witj t shalking

Wernind*W44cfqudwol 4ofhewtle8
-.ata, and4 iiML P4 Bd f Hop w, for p W
ocuments. +'at'ttf'Hr 'r .- -; 3'1 ,'/ <
^"* ", '1 ,- .. .... -.. ,. .
The jew .yX k EXpres say&--"''The Fir
PoesbytzS~h ttscb jr Wall strict hae' raist
the aater7 o.. #ttpaItos the Rev. Dr. Phillips, i
four tous6jpfrda4qls pr anum,.aad,presenie
'Iim ao' w*lb donation of fifteen hundred, &d
S' r -: .-+,,, :. <:r. ** ^ *^ *, ; / ,,

(Ae onwG iooa sqo t .-A groper was fined t
dollars 0" ora, yesterdayy afternoon, for dunmhl
acustasq. KB proseaMd9 to have a charge ,

to balrp Ie ,b; for so,.)
onto;" aji4R oButt the same tiue-n Pay tid
.. ol'tiit~eaUl cets!", Finallyor s the.
cat-J '*W, Th- e w grocer thought it con
foard e, 4 t. tbeoWld nthhoryPt a mad i
jail, nor Woient him to 6 death in his wn hque.
for sau4 ..0. ft .i -Honor buwnazdly informne
S hira.t t hrh$,m itakun t glis s-w ndathi
mbet w I afinuto th_ ingws; qen to dunsning t
Mao et rdoift 'and wn't pay, or i map that
dos 'n aad can't pay.-Boson Gaz.
'Wp'emt sam r.o -t de see of synrpathy i
po.t eU4mpeasI Bunt however that wmay b
it ins elI. Mb I iwrm did not sowr sihwhol
"Agr lsd in blvlflct*n of debtor people. Ther
is enq clw-f sj~em to which he does net refei
and & s w-- clas s Akewise mare likely
to have M"W14ha py pat claass-we allude. oa
thoa stdo swtsWh rmo't pay." Now., wil
vet. r.-- 'rcAinsd4tioa le d. to ua"por debtor
a gla" occasionally't Mte poor creditor *ouk
sMt .M aais -'am it will sometimes be fount
that a creditor is a decent soetsW.a man though
popdlfl* prrbice It. Si- aph him, *at! we hav#
ae&. ouf esiswpi4 annoyed and kept out 'o
iis dosw sby risk debtor. Can't he "Yris
4ll|^'n~fulbase? tre men 'dislike a re
.o lwtaw,aafd if se delbt be over s few n
*tte ^ Jk, wad^ ether -wo by whic

41fi4(ft-.elays andi expenses which belong
*; o maeC-rh~fbleuoite at law."-Itais Dt sosed
buwn wxh4*~ 'of tides that we kfixw 'of, Wti
qghurtf~fyp~xts,the prompt pay nato of debts
-a-A -- ab__J __ *l .i ni Rfi&. iia IIi't m<


Thursday, Jan. 17.
After the transaction of the morning business,
the bill for the graduation and reduction-of the price
of the public lands care up on its third reading.
Messrs. Clay, Calhoun, Buchanan, Niles, Benton,
and King addressed the Senate, and the question
on the passage of the bill being taken, resulted-
ayes 27, noes 22, as followYs:
YEAs-Messrs. Allen, Benton, Buchanan, Clay,
of Alabama, Cuthbert, Foster, Fulton, Hubbard,
King, Linn, Lumpkin, Lyon, Mouton, Nicholas,
Niles, Norvell,.Pierce, Robinson,, Sevier, Smith of
Connecticut, Smith of Indiana, Tipton, Walker,
White, Williams of Mississippi, Wright, and
NAjTs-Massrs. Bayard, Brown, Calhoun, Clay
of Kentucky, Crittenden, Davis, Knight. McKeao,
Merrick, Prentiss, Preston,' Rives, Roane, Rlohbins,
Ruggles, Southard, Sperice, Strange, Swift, Tall-
madge, Wall, and Williams of Maine-22.

Mr Conner, from the Committee ou the Post Of-
fice and Post Roads, reported, without amendment,
Senate bill further to regulate the transportation of
the mail upon railroads.
The said bill was read a third time and passed.
Mr Ingham, from the Committee on Naval Af-
fairs, reported the following resolution; which was
read and agreed to:
Resolved, That the Conmittee on Naval Affairs
be instructed to inquire into the expediency of
building five brigs or schooners for the public ser-
vice, the same having been recommended by the
Secretary of the Navy.
The Speaker laid before the House a message
from the President of the United States, suggesting
the propriety of setting apart a tract of country
west of the Mississippi for the Seminole Indians, so
that they may be separate from the Creeks.
After some other unimportant business, the
House resumed the consideration of the resolution
providing for the appointment of a select committee
on the Swartwout defalcations,, which subject was
still under discussion when the Washington pa-
pers went to press.

Pennsylvania Legislature.

January 16, 1838.
Mr Fraily (city) introduced a bill to exempt the
property of the General Government from taxa-
tion; also an act to authorise the incorporation of
companies for Banking purposes. Mr Miller also
in place introduced several bills. I
The resolution from the House relative to the
election of a State Treasurer, which had been re-
turned with his objections by Governor Hitner,
came up' and was unanimously voted down, after
which a bill was read by Mr Pearson, fixing the
election of Treasurer on the 19th inst.
Mr Fraley, of Schuylkill, offered a resolution to
appoint a Committee to witness Mr Espy's Ex-
periment to produce rain on some ten miles square.
The petition of Mr E. prays for remuneration in
casehe scceeds. There: was a long debate upon
,the matter, generally, in which Mr E. received
many compliments. The subject was finally post-
poned for the present.
The Speaker read a letter from Francis R Shunk,
,r'eSgning 'his situation as Clerk/of the House. Mr
S. entered yesterday upon the discharge of his duty
as Secretary of the Commonwealth.
On motion of Mr Smith of Franklin, a resolution
was unanimously adopted expressing the thanks of
the House to Mr Shank, for the faithful discharge
of his duty. The House thenjproceeded to the elec-
tion of a Clerk, when Jacob Seller, Esq was elect-
ed. Mr 8. was one of the transcribing clerks. The
-vote' stood thus ;--Jacob Seiler 63-Alexander
Rainmsey 12-Samuel Shoclih 11-F Boone 4-A
W Foster 5-and 2 scattering.
Mr Morton offered a resolution to print 3000
copies of the Governor'slMessage on the subject of
calling out the' militia, and' the payment of them,
which was sent to the House yesterday. On this
resolution there was a long debate of some conside-
rable interest. .The subject was finally postponed
for the present-yeas 51, nays 37.
/ /* ,
From the Keystone.
A'rrorxTnxlrs ar Govnaoex Poirtia.
Francis R Shunk, Esq. of Dauphin county, Sec-
retary of the Commonwealth,
lvid F Johnson, Esq, of Dauphin -county, At-
torney General,
Both these gentlemen are natives of Pennsylva-
niaand are as well qualified for the staff ions to which
they have been assigned, as any o0heijvo individ-
uals in the Commqnwealth ,
John"Cressw ll Esq. Prothonotary, and Clerk
of the Courts of Quarter Sessions, and Oyer and
Termiser, of Huatingden county.' "
r1o6Mar- 'CaBr4~a'litn*LnrlKM. 'R~emAsrr
and Clerk of the Orphans Court,of Huntingdon
-- The Secretary of the Commonwealth has ap
pointed Henry Petriken,. Esyq. of Centre coun.
ty, as deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth.

eSISSIO 1838'39,'. ,
Ways and Means-.Messrs Plenaiken, Chandler,
Winchman, James, Sturdevant, M'Dowell, Helfien-
s tein. . '
Judiciaryr--ess Smaith of rPmaklin,-Flenni-
ken, SIpackmam Roberts, Butler, Hegins, Pdrvi.
ance. .
S Pensions 'ad Gratuities-Messrs McElwee,
Crispin, Morton, Fegely, Keina, Hamblin, B G
Herr. ", '
SClaims-Meassrs Brodhead, Laverty, T S Smith,
Hill 'of Berks, Purviance, Dare, Diller.
Agricnulture---Messrs Gorga$, Reynold%, Rich-
ardsoq Walburn, Spott, Keri, Kintzle. -
Education-Messrs Butler, Cole, Gratz, Schoe-
ner, Chandler, Anderson, Carothers.,
: Domestic Manufa&cturers--Mesrs Pray, Colf, G
"R Smith, Coolbaugh, Hutchins, Andrews, Sheriff.
SAccounts- Messrs. Par, Yost, Kendig, Hoge,
"'Montetius, Field, C abb. ,
,. yipe and Immorality-Messrs Fegely, -Morton,
Ritter, BetatyM'Kenstry, J Cunningham, Monte-

Mifitia System-Messrs Woodburn,I TS Cun-
ningham, Ryan, Crahb, Douglas, Penrose, Kettle-
well. .. -., .
Election Districts--Messrs Yost, Shearer,Hill of
Berk,'Aeoim, LAy, Ehrman, Funk.
SBanks--Messrs Snowden, Colt, J Cunningham,
vans, Fisher, Nesbitt, Corry.
> Estates and Eseheats-Messra Hegins, Carpen-
ter, Wattq, Uoberts, Long, Smith of Franklin, Ze-
SBridge, State and Turnpike Roads-Messrs
Love, l1ongaker, Ditler, Reynolds, Morrison, Fos-
ter, Ramsey. :
Corporations-Messrs Longaker, 'Hill of West.
mqrelard, M'Elwee, Cox,'Brittain, Barnard, Cas"
Local Approprfations-,Messrs Hill of West.
:Moreland, Pftrk, XMntelius, Fieild, J Herr, Hoge,
Kdnigaiaeher. "' *
Lands--A.lbsWers T S Cunningham.Hamlin, Mc-
Claran, Bruuner, Purviance, Work, Wey.
'compare Bills-Messrs Ryan, Jones, G R,
Library-Messrs Carpenter, Woddbumn, Love.
Inland Navigation and Internal Improvement- i
A ss Heston, Laverty, T 8 Smith, Snowden4 4
ecker, Penniman, Hill of WestmorelandStur-
ant, &fcElwee, Evans, Wilcox, Barstow,Watis.

t Forida.-,-The New' York Evening Post says:
I The Florida Convention, is making progress,
w though but slowly, in the formation of a State
fats.nati*nit & AtA nty lotatm A~t.m. -nAtm S Iaank.


S [For the pennsylvaian.].
The visitors of the Americani Museum will be
gratified next Monday evening by an entirely nem
and wonderful exhibition, consisting of several au
tomrat, constructed by Mr Coleman, and which
accordingg to the descriptions and highly flattering
notices from the press of New York and eastern
cities, must surpass anything in the mechanical
way ever exhibited in this city. The following exo
tract is from the New York Evening Post;:
,". The form and features of the Lady are perfect
syinmetry itself. With a countenance of touching
sweetness ad delicacy, she unites all thelelicatey
of a Hebe, is most modestly, yet elegantly, attired;
sits gracefully in her chair, holding the Accordion
between her delicately tapered fingers, and when
the audience is hushed, slightly bends her head,
and commences ah air of silvery: flowing tones from
iesr instrument-the motion of the chest in the act
of respiration all the time distinctly perceptible to
the company, her arms and fingers in motion and
her foot beating time. Her pkilful and easy per-
formance on the guitar also is remarkable and in-
credulous,and must be seen to be believed."
Mr Friend, a vocalist of much merit, will give a
concert of vocal music, introducing the moit popu-
lar airs and favorite comic songs, many of which
will be accompanied by the Lady Minstrel. The
exhibition will only continue one wcsk. B.

The ship Saludato be navigatedby colored men,
and employed by the Colonization Society in the'
transportation of emigrants to Africa, is now pur-
chased, and the colored crew being nearly complet-
ed, she is expected to sail in a few days. This
vessel will be commanded, during the first voyage,
by Captain Waters, a white man, of high respecta-
bility, an experienced mariner from Salem, Massa-
chusetts. Thomas Buchanan, Esq., whose servi-
ces on a former oecsion were so eminently success-
ful in regulating the affairs of the colony at Bass a
Cove, and'other 'ettlement' along the coast, has
recently been reappointed Governor General of the
various colonies, and will embark in this ship at
his port, with a few emigrants, and call it Norfolk,
Virginia, for the residue. The purchase of this

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The 8th of January was celebrated at Pittsburg
with great enthusiasm. From the proceedings,
which cover an entire page of the American Re-
publican, our limits compel us to pelect a single
letter, and the toast which respondeC to it. Mr
Buchanan hasin a few words indicated the only
safe and honest course for our banking institutions
to pursue, that which their charters prescribe, and
sound policy reommends as much as patriotic
duty ; neutrality in all political contests. On this,
as on the other leading subjects of the day, Mr
Buchanan is a correct and clear expositor of the
opinions of Pennsylvania,-and the reception
which his sentiment met with from the Democrats
at Pittsburg, proves that they appreciate his politi-
cal eminence as highly as they do the soundness of
his views. I
Washington, January 4, 1839.
Gentlemen:-Next to the fourth of July, there
is no day in the year which better deserves to be
celebrated by American freeman than the 8th of
January ; and there is certainly no place where I
would rather celebrate it than among my demo-
cratic friends in the city of Pittsburgh. If public
duties did not forbid, I should most cheerfully make
the journey, in order to enjoy the pleasure of being
with you.
The eighth of January, 1815, independently of
the unexampled victory then achieved, brought
prominently before the American people the great
Captain who then commanded, an& laid the foun-
'dation of that deeply seated popularity which ele-
vated him to the Presidential chair. The crisis
demanded such a fearless, frank and honest leader.
A political power had arisen in the state unknown
to the Constitution, whose insinuating influence
threatened to paralyse and control the legitimate
power of the people. It was a power much more
dangerous than British troops whom you could
meet and encounter in the open field. Had it re-
mained in ambush it might have become itresisti-
ble ; but the moment it took the open field of po-
litical warfare, the danger to our institutions was
greatlyediminished, with Andrew Jackson for our
leader. It was conquered by him but not subdued.
The great controller and director of this money
power has recently proclaimed his own abdication
from the general politics of the country ; and if his
auxiliary Banks wjll but follow this example, and
all confine themsoves to their appropriate duties,
then we may expect peace and prosperity. All we
desire is their neutrality. Any political alliance
between the Government and them, whether offen-
sive or defensive, ought more to be dreaded than
their open hostility. Let the Banks be Banks
merely, and as such enjoy the protection of the
laws; and let the public agents rely for support
solely upon the will of the people. Above all, let
past experience teach the Democracy of the coun.
try to be ever jealous, though never unjust, in re-
gard to these formidable corporations; and let them
at once sound the alarm whenever they step be-
yond their appropriate sphere to engage in political
conflicts, whether for or against the existing pow-
ers. Democracy neither seeks their aid, nor dreads
their hostility.
In conclusion, permit me to offer you the follow-
ing sentiment: .4
SThe late signal defeat, pt Harrisburg, of those
party leaders who owed their power to the Bank
of the United States. Their boldness and despe-
ration impelled them to make war against that first
principle of Rebublican liberty, that the majority
shall rule; and they were then deserted, both by
their own followers and the Money Power which
had sustained, them. Let this be their political
Yours, very respectfully,
William Wilkins, Aaron Hart, J K Moorehead,
J Birmingham, Thomas Phillips, John S Blakely,
Jas Patterson, sen, David Lynch, Jas Findly, Tho
Hamilton Linton Rogers, and Wmin Jack, Esqr's.
By the Committee. The Hon Jas Buchanan.
By his own sterling worth has he been raised, and
by his firmness and constancy sustained in the pub-
lic councils;, a higher destiny awaits him.
The Select and Common Councils last evening
in joint meeting, elected the following officers unan-
imuyC' ity Treasurer.-
Treasurer of':the Qirard Trust.,
Sigenl of the Girard Trust. ,
J6Mlr s. WAnNB. .,
And the following named gentlemen were elec-
ted Directors of the Public Schools. -
Thomas Dunlap, T. G. Hc11ingsworth,
Geo. M. Wharton, Samuel English,
James J. Barclay; George E'mlep, Jr.
Henry M. Zollickoffer, 'John Thomisot,
Pillwyn Parish. Jpmees C. Donndll,
. tiJl AbbQ .. -. William Tiddle,
William P. Smith, Hetnry Lerar, 'Jr,..
George Abbott, .Mordecai L. Dawmon,
Samuel C Cooper, Isaac Barton,
George Sharswodd, James M. Jackson,
Clifford Smith. Dr. G. H. Burgin; ,
Charles Gilpin, Dr. 0. H. Costill,
Charles M.Tyson, Charles E. Cathrall,
Dr. Caleb Matthews Abraham R. Perkins, i
Charles Williams, Thomas Millar, ,
W. W. Thackara, Dr. John Griscom, "
,William S. Perot, Thoma Snowdpon,
John Trucks, Edward G.Markley. I

again took their ground. Un the wounded man re
giving the pistol in his left hand, he looked stead.
eastly at his adversary for some time, and said in
ow voice, "Forgive me!" The parties fired as be.
ore, and both fell. The military principal had re-
eived the shot through his head, and instantly ex
pired; the other received thetall in his left breast
nd immediately inquired if his antagonist's wound
ras mortal. Being answered in the affirmative, he
thanked Heaven he had lived thus long; requested
mourning ring on his finger might be given to
is sister, and that she, might be assured that the
resent was the happiest moment in his life. He
ad scarcely uttered the words, when a quantity ol
lood burst from the wound, and he expired almost
rithbut a struggle.- U. Service Journal.

The Eastern Argus,-a paper conducted with
reat ability-decision and strength-yet, modern.
ion and courtesy,-thus alludes to Henry A Wise's
buses of the Secretary of the Treasury:-
"Awed by no shame, by no respect controlled,
In scandal busy, in reproaches bold -"
"Mr Wise makes rapid progress in the career of
ifamy. He will, undoubtedly, earn for himself a
notoriety, as disgraceful as it is general, .No map
SCongress is more justly entitled than he is, to
he contempt and scon of every honest citizen.
[is murderous part in the assassination of Cilley
xed a burning mark of baseness upon his chanac-
r, which he will never be able to outlive,' The
iblic indignation, which that fatal transaction
ised against him, had for a time its influence up-
a his conduct, and shamed him, during a short
nriod, into comparative retirement, It is matter
regret that he so sobn left that retirement, and
immenced anew his work of defamation and slan-
er. During the present session of Congress he
is exhibited the ferocity of his nature in no corn-
on degree. And we 'are devoutly thankful,
ian we read his demonaic manifestations, that
even has not endowed him with ability, comn-
ensurate with his mischevious will. His denun-
itions and calumnies are only remarked for the
ldnes and pies6umption with which they are
ade, and are rendered important, simply fr nn the
Igh place in which they are uttered, and the dis.
iguished persona against' whom they are' direc-

" Aqrr'rnnw ra T'Rrrr 7 B T2" n.

December 21st, 1839.5
Mr Editor-The serious events of which Mexico
has recently been fltheb theatre, must be so interest-
ing to you, that hasten ta profitby the departure
of the Beliza, to inform you; of those of which we
have been witnesses.
After the capture of the castle of St. Juan D'UI-
loa and the generous capitulation granted by the
admiral after our sailors had shown a generous ri-
valry in behalf of the wounded Mexicans whom
they were desirous of retaining in the castle, in or-
der to extend to them all the attention their situa-
tions required, finally after the admiral himself had
again opened the way to peace by additional con-
cessions, we have been pained to see the Mexican
government not only persist in her blind obstinacy,
but to resort to decresa of expulsion only worthy
the most barbarous people. The order of expulsion
accorded to the French but three days to leave the
city of Mexico, and one month to reach the 'port of
Acapulco, (on the pacific ocean.) As it was im-
possible for a thousand Frenchmen to find in that
port one available vessel, it is evident that massa-
cre was intended. All the representatives of foreign
nations hastened to protest against an act of such
horrible injustice. The result of their solicitations
was, that they were permitted to go to Vera Cruz.
No time was allowed them to arrange their affairs,
they were divided into three colunis on their way
since the 10th inst.-the greater number of them
on foot. Imagine to yourself these unfortunate
people on their way in the midst of a hostile popu-
lation excited against them by the emissaries of the
gove nment.
Whilst these things were passing in Mexico, the
population of Vera Cruz had in consequence of the
capitulation, returned to their houses; but the city
was the theatre of another important event. Santa
Anna had been invested with command in place of
Gen. Rincon, who was recalled to Mexico, to be
tried by a council of war. Arista, wiho had ap-
proached near the city with his division, was charg-
ed with sustaining the operations of Santa Anna.
The latter, stationed in the vicinity of that place,
learned that the Prince de Joinville had landed,and
moved immediately toward Vera Cruz, with general
Arista, giving orders to close all the gates of the
city, and to seize all the French officers and sailors
who had come to lay in their provisions under the
faith of the treaty. His orders were executed, and
three officers were taken at the gate of the Moje.
Immediately the French, anxious for the fate of
the Prince, rushed to the gate, determined to force
it, to facilitate his escape; fortunately this precau-
tion was unnecessary, the prince having already
embafldt.e The squadron was immediately inform-
ed of this violation of the treaty, as well as the dan-
ger that threatened the French and all strangers by
the arrival of generals Santa Anna and Arista. Se-
veral armed boats were in a short time near the
Mole, and their imposing attitude caused the im-
mediate release of the officers taken. The Admiral
informed General Santa Anna that he must imme-
diately submit to the terms of capitulation, or he
would forthwith recommence hostilities. Santa
Anna declined giving acy answer until next morn-
ing. The Admiral was well informed of the in-
tense excitement that exitred in the city, and of
serious danger to which all strangers were exposed,
required that they should be immediately al-
lowed to quit the city. ,$anta Anna was com-
pelled to assent, and they immediately departed
without having time to carry away their baggage.
The next nrnming at six o'clock the admiral landed
a thousand men taken fromithe different crews,hav.
ing at their head the Prince de Joinville; they were
to destroy the batteries, spike the cannon, and se-
cure the generals Santa Anna and Arista. In two
hour their duty was performed. General Arista
was taken prisoner, and Sinta Anna, who appeared
at the head of 200 cavalrylell covered with wounds.
He was carried 6ff by his. soldiers, who retreated
in great disorder; the next day it was understood
his left leg and the fingersof his left hand were am-
putated. A .
The government has just sent Gen., Codellos to
replace him with instructions not to submit to any
arrangement. The city has been entirely .evacua-
ted. The Mexican troops are encampeD at the
distance of three miles, after having pillaged in
the most scandalous manner man* French houses.
The change of the government in favor of the
federalists that just occur4d in Mexico, is far from '
giving us any cause to hopofor any favorable ar-
rangement. They are all' without distinction im-
bued with the same hatted of all strangers; the
proof of which is a petition wat circulated through
the streets of Mexico by whih the general expulsion
of all strangers without 4lstinction is demanded,
and on the 10th instant ras covered with more
than 5000 signatures. It'.L understood that in
the other departments theheame course is to be pur-
filw n +

During the course of the year 1815, a duel wi
fepght, which the subsequent political important
of the survivor has rendered interesting, and tl
circumstances attending which are rarely stat
without political or personal bias-we allude to I
O'Gonnell's duel with Mr D'Esterre; the partic
lars of which we proceed briefly, but correctly
narrate:-It is perfectly notorious that the Dubl
Corporation was the great stronghold of the Prot(
tant ascendency; and that its hostility to wh
was called the Catholic claims was carried to e
cess. There were some weaknesses in the pub
character of the body that did not bear to be roug
ly handled; and, when it'provoked hostility, it f
into the hands of an adversary remarkable for a,
thing but mildness of demeanor, or gentleness
deportment to his political enemies. Mr O'Conn
believed that the attitude of anrt humble petition
would only give courage to the opponents of t
Catholics, and he assumed an opposite tone. T
battle, for what he deemed public rights, was to
fought in Ireland, and he determined to use natic
al weapons. Unfortunately, and we speak withe
political bias, that which at first was only assume
has, in the progress of time, become bone of 1
bone, and flesh of his flesh. At an aggregate me
ing of the Catholics, held in Dublin, early in 181
Mr O'Connell refered to the hostility of the DL
lin Corporation in terms of contemptuous scoi
using, among many other bitter epithets, t
words beggarlyy, Corporation," which from tl
day passed into a by-word. "The sting of co
tempt," says an Hindoo proverb, 'Swill penetrc
the back of a tortoise;" and the Dublin Corporati,
had skins of a more penetrable stuff. Mir D'E
terre, a young man of respectable connexions, ai
high spirit, though by no means a prominent met
ber of the Corporation, felt indignant at the. I
preach. It is doing injustice to his motives or I
memory, to say that he was not ignorant of tl
advantageous position which a champion of t'
ascendency would hold in the eyes of party, th4
in the possession of power: nor is there any impr
ability in the report that he was stimulated by t!
flatteries and suggestions of men who wished
remove a formidable adversayiv, without exposih
their own persons to danger. Mr D'Esterre, acc
dingly, resolved to become the champion of tl
Corporation, and addressed a letter to Mr O'Uo
nell, to know whether he had used the words tl
public papers had attributed to him. Mr O'Co
nell, in reply, neither admitted nor disclaimed tl
expression, but stated that no terms however i
proaehful, could exceed the contemptuous feeling
he entertained for the Corporation as a public bod
to this he added, that his letter must close all cc
respondence on the subject. Mr D'Esterre w
advised to address another letter to Mr O'Conne
which was returned unread by that gentlemar
brother. Some days then passed in idle bravado
which we have no great desire to repeat; report
were industriously circulated that D'Esterre inte
ded to offer O'Connell personal violence in tt
streets-an absurd attempt, if designed, as any ot
who casts a glance at the agitator's athletic frani
will readily believe. The truth appears to be, thi
Mr D'Esterre felt the difficulty of his situation as
political champion. He was suddenly placed i
the front of the fight against the whole Cathol
body, and he shrank from proclaiming himself tt
enemy of the great majority of his countrymen.
A week was passed in mere words and threat
but this space of time was more than sufficient
excite the curiosity and rouse the passions of or
of the most excitable mobs in Europe, and it wi
manifest that a duel could not be delayed, if
were to be fought, without danger! Mr Georj
Ledwell, who at Mr O'Connell's request, had wai
ed i Dublin four days, in expectation of the pr
seedings which Mr D'Esterre's first letter appear
to herald, and was ready to make suitable arrang
ments, at length left town, under the impressic
that Mr D'Esterre's advisers in the corporation hi
discovered their mistake. At length, however, S
Edward Stanley, Barrack Master of Dublin, as tl
friend of Mr D'Estenre, waited on Mr O'Connei
with the hostile message so long expected, and tl
necessary measures arranged betuwcen Major Ma
namnara and Sir G Stanley. 'The parties met i
Bishop's Town Deniesne, Lord Ponsonby's seat i
the county Kildare, 13 mile distant from Dublii
It wai agreed that the distance should be ten pace
and that each party should have a case of pisto:
to fire according to his judgment. Before the
were placed Sir E Stanley hoped that, when eac
had discharged his case, the affair would terminal
to which Macnamara replied, he might, of course
take his friend from the ground when he please
but he should enter into no conditions ; adding,
was probable that there might be no occasion t
discharge the whole of a case of pistols. The
fired nearly at the same instant. Mr D'Esterre
ball fell short, but he received that of Mr O'Conne
in the thick part of the thigh, which occasioned hi
immediate fall, and the affair terminated. It is sait
that Mr D'Esterre was very disadvantageous
placed by his second, being in line with a tre<
which afforded direction to his adversary's aia
Mr O'Connell behaved with great tenderness t
the wounded gentleman, who was generally re
carded as one whom more cowardly foes had in
luced to become their champion, by working ot
i- high s^girt,-nd- i'n. ---s-ew 'days he exjhniiL,
United Service Jour.

Duelling in Hyde Park.-The year 1803 wa
mne of fatality to duellists. Early in March in tha
rear a most extraordinary duel took place in Ijydi
Park, between a Lieutenant in the navy and a rail
tary officer. The distance was only six paces; a
he first fire the naval officer's third and fourth fin
rers were torn off his right hand. Callous to pain
te wrapped his handkerchief round his hand, and
wore he had another which never failed him. The,

On Friday the 16th January, 1839. at noon, in the
83d year.ot his age. Captain JAMEs GLENTWORTIu, of
the Revolutionary Army, and formerly Surveyor of
the port of Philadelphia.
The gentlemen of his acquaintance are particularly
invited to attend his funeral, without further notice,
from his late residence. No 9t south 3d street, on
Sunday afternoon, at haif-past 3 o'clock.
The State Society of Cincinnati are respectfully
On Friday, 18th inst. JOHN GRAUEL, ifter a linger-
ing illness, in the 43d year of his age.
His friends and acquaintances are invited to at-
tend his funeral, from his late-residence, N. Front
street, above Coates, east side, on Sunday afternoon,
at 1 o'clock.
On the morning of the 17th inst., the Honorable
JOHN HALLOWELL, formerly one of the Judges of the
District Court, for the city and county of Philadel-
His relatives and friends, without further notice
are particularly invited to attend his funeral, on the
the 19th inst. at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, from his
late residence, near the, Ridge Turnpike, opposite Gi-
rard College.
The Judges of the several Courts and members of
the Bar, arc respectfully invited.
On the 16th inst HANNAH L WiTHy.
Her former pup Is, their p rents and guardians, and
her friends generally, are respectfully invited, with-
out further notice, to attend her funeral, from her
lale residence, No 95 Pine street,on Sanday,the 20th,
at half-past 12 o'clock.
On the evening of the 17th ;inst GEORGE YOHK, in
the 84th year of his age. The deceasediwas soldier
in the revolutionary war.
His friends and acquaintances are respectfully in-
vited to attend his funeral, from the North American
Hotel, at 3 o'clock, this day,the 19;h inst. without fur.
other notice
At New York, on Thursday morning, tha 17th inst.
of pulmonary consumption, HELENA, wife of George
Guynet, and youngest daughter of the late Charles
Cany, of this city.
On Third day morning, the 15th inst.. AtIGAIL, re-
lict of the late Aaron Musgrave, in the 74th year of
her ace.
In Norristown, on the afternoon of Tuesday, the
8th inst, Mr EDWIN SOWER, of the firm of D & E
Sower, merehan s ofthat borough, aged 36 years.
In Richmond, Indiana, on the evening of the 31st
ult.,JoHN WRIGnHT, Sr. in his 76th year. The de-
ceased was a native of Caroline county, Maryland,
afterwards a citizen of Philadelphia, from whence
he removed to Richmond about 18 years since, and
lastly to Milton, in Wayne county, Indiana, where
his remains were conveyed on the 2d inst., fbr inter-

Departed this life near Attleborough, Bucks coun-
ty, on the 3d inst., ANN GILBERT, consort of the late
John Gilbert, of Chester county, at the advanced age
of 90 years-a member of the Society of Frienos.
'TiS ,seldom we record the death of one, who in so
eminent a degree possessed those mild and endearing
virtues which constitute the real loveliness and beau-
ty of the practical Christian.
Her excellent disposition, blended with a superior
mind, and the affectionate regard which distinguish-
ed her deportment in the circle of which she was
long the pride and ornament, have created a, monu-
ment to her memory, in the bosom of relations and
friends, which will ever continue-and will serve to
remind them of the irreparable loss they have sus-
tained in her death. J. G. C.

Phbiladelpliia Board of 'Irrade
Monthly Committee.

Letter Bags,
A t the Philadelphus Exchange.


Ship Monongahela, II. F. Miereken,
Liverpool, Dec. 0
Ship Italy, Miller, New Orleans, soon
Ship St Louis, Watson, New Orleans, soon
Ship Ogage, Peret, Canton, to morrow
Barque Due d'Orleans, New Orleans, soon
Barque Coosa, Moore, Mobile soon
Brig Wm Henry, Kurtz, New Orleans. soon
Brig Wizard, Bailey, New Orleans, to-day
Brig Ann Eliza L., Havana and Matanzas, soon
Brig Otis, Sage. Havana, soon
Brig Swan, Harding, New Orleans, soon
Schr Pennsylvania, Wood, Mobile, soon
13-All Letters intended to be forwarded by the Li-
verpool Packets, and other vessels advertised in the
above list, must b left at the Foreign Letter Offlce
up stairs, Philadelphia Exchange, and not dropped in
the Office below.


Port of Philada.--Jan. 19.

Schr Two Sisters, Pennock, sailed fm Providence
on 'Iuesday, for Mobile.
Sloop Independence, Stewart, at N York on Wed-
nesday, fiom Fall River.
The U S schr Experiment. Lt. Glynn, from NYork,
arrived at Norfolk on Saturday.
Brig Baltic, was under 8 days quarantine at Matan-
zas, for not having the Spanish Consul's certificatI at-
tached to his bill of health.

corner of Ninth and George streets, will be open to
visitors from 10 o'clock, A M. to 9 o'clock, P. M., eve-
i'y'dotCrd ps $.wdey.A.untnil jnhpr jeo(0KC..
dec 24-d6m
Philadelphia Typographical Society.-An.adjourned
meeting of the Society will be held on Saturday even-
ing, Jan. 19, at 7 o'clock, at the Hall ofthe Fire As-
sociation, corner of 5th and North streets

0r An Extra Grand Communication of the Grand
Lodge of Pennsylvania, will' be held at Washington
Hall, south 3d street, on Monday evening next, 21st
inst. at 6 o'clock. SAMUEL M. STEWART,
jan 18-d3t / Grand Secretary,
Eleventh Lecture -To-morrow (Sunday) evening, at
7 o'clock. Subject: Popular objections to Universal-
ism-if there be no endless hell, there is no eternal
heaven-if no everlasting punishment, no eternal
life,&c.-On Sunday evening, g27th-twelfth lecture.
Objectibns: -It is best to'be on the safe side-no
change after death. .
Pine Street Lectures.-The Rev Mr Brainard's
6th Lecture to Young Men, to-morrow evening, at
7 o'clock, South West corner pf Pine and Fourth
The Weekly Ledger,
P UBLISHED at 12 o'clock, TO-DAY, at the cor-
ner of Dock and Second streets, will contain the
most full and accurate report of the testimony given
before the CourtofOyer and Terminer.on the TRIAL
of Dr HENRY CHAUNCEY. ats principal, and of
WM. NIXON and Dr. ARMSTRONG, as accessaries,
for the Murder of ELIZA.SOWERS, in an attempt to
produce Abortion! jaan 19-1t*

To Retail Druggists.
T TIE subscriber invites the attention of Retail
Druggists to call and examine his articles, be-
fore purchasing elsewhere---promising at the same
time that the prices cannot fail to be such as to suit
their views.
Among the article's are a beautiful specimen of
'Colchicum and Valerian Roots; Powdered Red Barks;
English Carbonate of Iron; Red Oxide of Iron; Pow-
'dered Calasaya Bark; White Squills; Gentian Root
and Liquorice Root, &c. &e
jan 14-dtf No. 32 north 2d street.

JIout Received,
AND for sale by ORRIN ROGERS, No. 67 south
2d street--Ri-hardson's Dictionary.. complete;
Also, Plates 14 to 19-Pictorial History of, England;,do
74 Penny Magazine; do 10 Chambers' Edinburgh
Journal for 1838; January No. Ladies' Companion,
1839; do Ladies' Book, do; last plate 1838 Civil Engi-
neer & Architect's Journal; and Oct. No. 1838, Medi-
cal & Chirurgical Review.

jan 19-ifd3t

67 south 2d street.

New Law Books.
T HE subscribers have for sale-"A Digest of the
Daws of N. Jersey, containing also the Rules
and Decisions of the Courts. by L. Q. C. Elmer."
A Digest of Cases adjudicated in the Courts of Ad.
miralty of the United States, and in the High Court
of Adrmiralty in England, 4c. by George Ticki.or Cur-
tis, of the Suffolk Bar.
Pickering's Massachusetts Reports, vol. 17,

On Wednesday morning, 16th inst. by the Re
Davis, ROBERT P CHILTON, of Centreville.. Md
MARTHA JONES, daughter of the Rev. Theop
Harris, of this city.

Institution for Boys,
HE above School, for the education a'n itn'
struction of Boys, is located in the' borough
of West Chester, Chester County, Pennsylvania, :
within about four hours' ride of Philadelphia by the
Columbia Rail Road.
The buildings have been plapned and completed
expressly for a Boarding, -$hool. "
The School has been iu full operation sinte My AY
1834. .
The number of boarders' has varied between six-.
ty and eighty from different parts of the country '..
principally from Philadelphia, where A. Boihiri "
lbeyea known as an instructor of youths fortfy a .:

The pupils are advanced as rapidly as their -
intelligence permits, in the knowledge of uahi
branches as fully prepare them 'for college ormer-
cantile life.
The most particular attention is paid to the mor-
als, health, manners, and personal neatness of tthe
No boarder is ever permitted to leave the premi +
sen without permission. -
As there is in West Chester a place of worship
for almost every religious sect, Pupils are accompa-
nied or sent on Svndays to any one that parents
or guardians may designate. ,, .,
No new pupils are received over fifteen yeraof
age. .
The School year consists of four Quoa f a
eleen and a half-weeks each. There is a vacation

of three weeks, in ApriL,. and_.anoahrBjikCewisB of
tlyee weeks, in October- If desired, any boardr
may remain at the School during the vacations..
The course of instruction comprises Orthogra!
phy, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography tle
use of the Globes, English Grammer,English .i,-
position, History, Bookkeeping,; Algebre, Qeom.
try, Mensuration and Survejing-the LatinmGreek,
French Spanish and German Languages.
During the winter, Lectures on the Elemets of
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and Astrogomy
are delivered to the pupils at such time as d ,es not
interfere with their other sudies and by this meUin
they get some valuable information dnringa'time
which is generally spent in idleness in most B .ad-
ing Schools. +.
The charge for each hoarder is two hundredands
fifty dollars per aqnum,, payable quarterly ad..'
vance. This sum is in full for tuition in all the
above branches-except in French, Spa'ish, and
German-for Boarding, Lodging, Washing, *Feol
and Light, including also the use ofBeddingMiaps,
and Globes. ,
Pupils studying French, Spanish er German,pay
for each,fifty dollars extra per annum.
Drawing; ten dollars per quarter.
The Prin spal is assisted in the discharge ofth4
duties of his School by Messrs. D Donlevy, James
A Keech, Noble Heath, Louis Beer, M 0o and /
F Le Barbier. .

in Philadelphia.-Rev Samuel B Wyli, D D; "
A D Bache, Henry Reed, Professor in the Univeri-
ty AfPennsylvania; Charles Picot,"* Mathew Carey, ,
*S Judon, Peter Graham, 'Gerard Ralston, Asb-
bel Ralston, A de Valville, Robert Walsh, Esquire*;
*Professor Walter, R Johnson, 'John MBtrpwer,
M D; M E Hersant, Esq. French Consul4; -thn
Swift, Esq. Mayor of Phiadelphia; Hon J9hb
Sergeant, *Hoe Joseph Barnes, John'K Mitehel -
M D; Peter S Duponcean, 'H D Gilpin, eiryf s
Toland, *S C Walker, *-John Frost,#Manuel Pyr,;
Esquires; James Rush, M D; *Hen Qeorge M Dal-
las,* John M Scott, Esq.,; George McClellan, M I, ,,
S Calhoun, M I); Professor Jacob Green, "John U
Reads 'Clement C Biddle, 'Meies Kempton5Eq;
'Hon Wm Duane, '-Colonel iWm DraytonCharie
J Ingersol, Esq.; fWm Gibson,. M D *Robert B -R
GriffithM D; f"J JVand4 Kemp, *Calman Fisherr,
*PJ Van Hall, 'Isaac Harvey,+ Wmn Read,,tRary
C Carey, Esquires; *Samuel Jackson, MD; Philip
M Price, M D; John Bell M D;fIsaae Lea, 'Jacob
Collins," Isaac Roach,John Lavel,Caeadea Choney,,
Joseph R Ingersoll, Esqueires, *Isaac Hays, M D; N
Shoemaker, M, D, General Patterson, *Joaeph 0:
Nanerede M D; Eli K Price, Esq; *Thomanus Hari,
M D1 *Algernon S Roberta, 'Henry White, *Joh.
Stewart,* William B Fling, *Durden B Carter,
Esquires; *Colonel John G Watmough, Gnady
Raguet,*Thomas U Walter, tSamuel H Carpeatr.
*L Kimball, Esquires, and fPablo Chaeoon Esq.
Consul General of Spain.
In Burington, X. J.--Right Rev G W Dean.
--D. -, D. .
v-. Trz*r i .. .. ^ _




, to


Grand Overture.
Strauss Waltzes.
Aria, from Preciosa, Brass Band, arranged
by F. Johnson, C M Von Weber
Victoria Gallop. F.'Johnson
Thema, and Variations on the Violin, by
F. Johnson,, Maseyder
Pas Redouble, from the Bronze Horse,
Brass Band.
Quadrilles, the Ital.in Theatre; No. 1. La
Pisaroni; No. 2. La Cinti; No. 3. La Pas-
ta; No. 4. Malibran; No. 5. Sontag, Musard
The favorite Tyrotean Aria, On the Moun.-
tain High, E Flat Bugle, obligate, by F.
Johnson, arranged by Conner
Tue Vedrai Sventurata, with introduction
and embellishments on the Cornet a Pie.
ton, from Bellini's opera II Pirata, by F.
Johnson, in
Gallopade, / Musard
Pas Redouble, from Massaniello, arrapged
for Brass Band, by F. Johnson, Auber
Strauss Waltzes.
rhe Last Rose of Summer, (by particular
desire.) Irish
The Philadelphia Fireman's Quadrille,
showing the manner in which they com-
mumnicate the alarm-composed and res-
pectfully dedicated to the Firemen's As-
sociation, by F. Johnson
The Cachucha, danced by Taglioni, Du.
vernay, Celeste, &c. arranged for Brass
Band, by F, Johnson, Spanish
Finale, the celebrated and much admired
Voice Qiadrilles, introducing the Dewy
Green and Laughing Finale, F. Johnson
0r'The charge of admission during the evening, to
both Museum and Concert, will be 25 cents, or Five
Tickets, if purchased during the day, for On Dollar.
It is respectfully suggested to the company, that by
Promenading always on the right, the comfort of all
parties will be promoted. jan 19-It
Another Case of Deafness Cured.
Copy of a letter from fr. Janney, Florence, OAio, ,to
the Agent in Philadelphia. .I
D EAR SIR-There is in my neighborhood a gen-
tleman who has been heavily a1licted with
Deafness for 23 years. He has been under almost
every Surgeon and Physician ofeminence in the'lui-
ted States. lie has tried all the remedies which have
been advertised forzthe cure of Deafaess for the last
fifteen years, without any good effect On seeing the
Gutta Vegetabilis, prepared by Dr. M. Taylor of Lop-
don, who I have long known by reputation, publish-
ed in the Saturday Evening Post, I got a friend to
forward a bottle fot him, which he is using and re-
ceiving much Benefit from; and I am of opinion that
one or two bottles more will produce a radical cure.
I believe it to be a valuable medicine, and you wilt
confer a favor by forwarding a dozen by Mr. Cald-
well, who will hand you this letter.
Yours, &c. G. W. JANNEY, M. D.
Dr Taylor's Gutta Vegetabilis is sold by Dr. WAM.
YOUNG, 33 south 4th street, near Chesnat.
jan 19-dtf ,
A SMART active BOY, from 12 to 14 years ofage.,
as an Apprentice to the Printing Business. He'
can board with his parents or guardians. Ap ply to
jan 19-d6t 2, 1 St. James' at.

I conclude in requestirg you to insert these de-
tails in your valuable journal, in order that the
world may know and appeciate the Mexican peo-
ple. f I
I have the honor to be par obedient servant,&c.
(44w or roUn READERS.
From the N. Y. J l if Commerce.
G1i. GRAA'tiorT, late Cvhf ftthe Engineer De-
partlment, has communicated to Congress a state-
ment of the circumstances connected with his al-
leged defalcation. "The origin of my difficulty
with the government," he says, "was in the settle-
ment of my accounts as disbursing agent for the
fortifications in Hatfptpn Roads, in Va., the con-
struction of which I superintended during nine
years, commencing in ,1819, until my promotion as
Chief Engineer, and during sven years of that
time I was charged with the disbursement of the
funds for that purpose In adjusting these ac-
countsthe 3d Auditor did' not allow all the items
claimed by Gen. G. and the letter appealed to Gen
Eaton, then Secretary of War, fOr redress. This-
was in 1835. The Secretary submitted the matter
o the Attorney General, who declined giving any
opinion. In 1836, Gqn. Gratiot's pay was stopped
on account of said balance reported against him in
the former settlement.
" ,It was under them circumstances," says Gen.
G. "that I considered myself entitled to the use of
he public funds in my hands, so far as necessary
ir my own subsiatene and that of my family; and
finding myself placed in this unpleasant situation,
informed the Seeretary of War when called on,
hat I intended to retain the unexpected balance in
iy hands until a final settlement of all my accounts,
then I would pay over the balance, which might
e found due to the .United States. The Secretary
f War's call on me'dated the 17th of October last,
vas handed to me 0" 'the eve of my departure from
uis city, with a verbal message that it need not be
answered until my return. In consequence of this
nessage,and my subsequent sickness for some days,
he answer was deferred till the 26th' of November,
nd in the mean time, through whose means I
now not, I was publicly stated to be a defaulter.
Qn the receipt of my answer, the President di- .
acted that the whole amount claimed by the United i
states, should be paid, about two thirds of/it foth- I
ith, and the balance in thirty days.
1y impression that. the course here directed, I
ouid enable the Governmenut to deny the charge I
fdtfalcation, and would te used for that purpose, I
as confirmed by a conversation with others; but i
Sthe course of'my arrangements for effecting the
bject,, I learned with surprise, that I should be ex-
scoed, after complying with the demand, to saci- c
e my commission. As such a course would have c
en considered only as an acknowledgment of C
uilt, and by throwing it out of the power of the I
government to bring a suit (whilst there was no s
ch power on my part,)-would have deprived me v
any means to bring the matter to a proper adju- h
seaion, and would in fact have inflicted on me the n
pest injury, without hope of redress in any man- c
or, I determined to refuse compliance with such b
junctions, and to suffer such consequences as my n
fatal mig4t produce, .i
T'he matter in dispute will now be brought with- ti
t delay or impediment on my part, to a judicial ti
cision, and the judgment of a court of justice will
ice the subject in a proper light.


Benefit o'f Frank Johnison.
FRANK JOHNSON very respectfully informs his
friends and the public, that bt the liberality of
the Directors of the Philadelphia Museum, his BENE
FIT' is fixed for THIS EVENING, January 19, 1839,
at halt-past 7 o'clock, on which occasion he will 'per-
form TWO SOLOS-one on the Violin, and one on
the Cornet a Piston, and his BAND will make every
exertion in their power to please their patrons. The
following bill is respectfully submitted:
This (Saturday) Evening, January 19, 1839.