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WSINSEIDAV MORNISG, JULY* 4838.
D pampikteXileat t Gorda, :WI of Ledtrg,
wed Firilas of every deseripamt.lioallypriateOat
Ofagt;atthelowst oaskjorioas. - •
_Lx9l . rittee-efteerwiliengenee for the Omagh of
gret u ritAiehr, • 'George Heisler:EN. • ! .
lettitliedfier, Ovnjantin &man,
I mo Viliall i 3r. Henry 'Stager:Eft.
Ji : .
cibieT. orner, ' Andrew B. White,- - '
Simnel Hertz. ,
Let . the People Remembitr
'DAVID R. PORTER
svotedin the Senate last Whi
ter to instruct our Senators
and Representatives in Con
gress to vote in -thvour of the
vdious and Infamous Sub-
Treasury Bill. •
Now' is your time for Newi.
The Illineca' Journal - will be furnielied
until the election, at the low rate of
Tiventy-11 ve -CCM. -
For each subscriber—or 25 copies week.
ly for $5. •
Notice to all indebted to this Establiids
aient.—We would respectfully inform all
indebted to this Establishment, that we ire
busily engaged in' making out their
which we hope they will be prepared . to
sheet reinptly. We would els* inform
them, that we made but few collections at
the commencement of the resent year,
of last year's rrearsges, owing to the
pressure of the times—in consequence of
which we are sorry to state, that we our
selves-are now pressed, so that' we are
ender the necessity of requesting all in
debted to as; to colt and pay their bills With
its little delay as possible: Our distant
friends! willplease also to make their 're.
anittances without delay..
A Collector will wait on those residing
in this Stirough. ,
O The Coal Trade at pecaent is
wretchedly dull—and unless a change soon
takes place for the better, a general spa.
pension' of the business for a time must
take place in this region. .This depres
sion is caused by the inability at• present
to sell the article, unless at ruinous sac
rifices. Several of the operattrrs have
already ceased . mining.
We hope the friends of joSePh Ritner
will not forget the County Meetipg,to be
held at Orwigsburg on Tuesday next.
Three lines of daily stages now run be
tween this place and Reading; and we
lettrn that a fourth line will'ahottly be put
on the route. Hundreds of the citizens
of the Metropolis, who have expressed a
desire Id visit the Coal - region 4 f Schuyl
kill County, will now find good accommo
dations on the route, and in the region, at
our numerous and spacious hotels.
More evidence of tke dishonesty of Da
rid R. Porter.—We re&rour readers, to
ati'extract from the Western Argus,
this week's Journal, which puti to the
blush all that hap yet been brought ,to
light respecting the character of David R.
We also refer our readers !Olin ex.
tract of a letter written from Holidays
btirg, Huntingdon County, to the editor of
the Gettysburg Star, which, furnishes a
few more particulars respectingtheeonduct
of the Loco Feco candidate for Governor.
Outrzders must bear in mind, that
Joke braker resides in Huntingdon
County, and if the charge is not true,' it
can easily be refuted.
It is stated that there is a majority:o(
two on joint ballot opposed to Van Buren
in the Legislature of Virginia. •
();:rThe Porteri tea, by the abuse t hey heitp
upon Gov. Ritner for issuing his Procla
mation commanding the Banks to resuMe
specie. payments, proclaim theMselves
the opponents of the resumption of specie
payments L►'y the Banks, and in favor of
continuing the Shin piaster System.
Signs.=-6 a Harvest field in Manhean
township, a vote was taken for Governor
last week, which resulted as follows:
For Ritner • 11
•Manheim township has heretofore poll
ed three to one agaihst Joseph Ritner.
• A vote was also .taken in this neighbot•
hood, among a company which hid acci
dentally congregated together, which re
sulted as follows:
For Ritner 12 •
Porter' • - DO
The Richmond Enquirer, in alluding
to Gov. Ritner's Prioclarnation, says, "that
all doubt and uncertainty is DOW removed.
The Banks Must resume." The !•Banks
of Virginia and Maryland, 'Was believed,
will resume simultaneously with the Banks
The Harrisburg Chronicle states, that if
any doubts that the Howe of Gov
ernor Rinser was attacked by the P orter
mob. wiiidb absembled at Harrisburg .on
the 4th of I uly, he, need only visit the reg.
dente, an see_ Tor himself. Ona.4.4be
els at he do4r bras beaten our rf its
• oa. an • Abe door and window-shutters
wean :boa indented, and otkerwisit. a
, nese4.!; T't e half the vile epetheis "hasped
fitrillbst! • °versos -have nat been putilishf
d. Mac • the Potter men at liarritiburg
aye deni that the house was attacked,-
he neigh •um of tke Governor intend tea
dying to t • fact.
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ic--- - d r ii . l , , 1,4-".-t0rid5...,z..,-..
. .! ' Jely 18 1838.
,iSinnitioa I Eass-gisi`n l in ilif.
Ilia ( unity , ( unity ,l 'a 114itity wilt aut weed
la/ t 0.1130 its • There hoe bees ?wiry little,
Chime I. thiniCandy'sinolla4 dram, and ibrd,
lithe lisibeen*iner ineniP. , '
' - r ICOrni, .11,Ady PiTB3l3.
Pates% 'estriatity in ,Nuritamption County,
cannot emeedl3llo votes, and ohms otous Hiends
are the "PiOad that it, will not be snore than
to 250. 1 rhe friendrof littnetr are wit*
end sanguine et menses. In Munroe County,
the majority fdr Porter will be between I and 60t
In Wayne Honnty, you can set down Porter's
majority at*, and in Pike at 850. Three years
ago the majorities in Wayie and Pike counties
were upward; of 1200 votes against Ritner.
hineussrown. July 18th, 1838.
In Juniata County, Potter will toe a small
-majority of from SO to NO votes. A number of
-chances have Taken -place in our favour, and we
cannot learn ofvpingie man who, has changed
against as. The majority against Ratner in this
County dirio years-ego was In.
Br.s.utboirra, July 18,1838.
Au respects Centre County. I can only state
Porter cannetget over 800 majority in'this coon
ty; and some of our filen& think the majority
will pot exceed 700. Nothing has injured Rib.
ear here, and , we know of a great meal , who
supported 'Wolf and 114nhlhiherg, who are tow
active in the support of Jeseph Rimer. The ocoss
bitted vote not as its 1835, was 1116.—curd
the meet winguiois 'Porter men do not claim over
/OW The gain es principally' in Penn's-Valley,
amen the German Farmers, who know that
Farmer Ritnet has farmed the Stile well enough,
and they are determined, as Air as their voice
can go, not to discharge him. We have cheering
accounts from Clearfield County.'
Ritner's majority in 1815 GM both Wolt and
ibluhlanberg, has about 800 votes; and Ritner's
majority. at the ensuing McMinn over David R.
Porter, will not be less than 800—and many afoul'
friends calculate on 1500 majority. Porter
is losing ground every day, and most, from the
nature of things, continue to hse anal the eke;
Lion. Our Ohm& are active and sanguine ensue.
cm.' A bet Was offered on Saturday by a good
and responsible min, of $5OO, that Ritner would
Wave SOO cosjority--end also $5OO that he -would
bare 1000 majority in this county, whichhas re.
fused.' The bet was offered at the Porter Head
Quart...sirs this town, -by-David Leech, raj. trans.
porter on the Canal. The bet on 1000 majority
would have been taken ifit had been made Napa.
10i THE /MIRA' JOUIIIIIII. .
THE FUNERAL. "
Tread wally with that sable bier
Passe o'er that grave No dark and deep
What thine' be bath no kindred here,
Who cannot gaze and 'weep?
Who cannot weep for him?
Youth in its bloom bath faded,
The manly fordw is dim",
Bright eyes in death are shaded.
Muse o'er that lonely grave !
•One shert:sa.d vigil keeping;
There's one beyond the wave,
That oft fpr him is weeping.
He was her only boy,
Wbe now lies still and cold;
Oft hatblier" font heart beat with joy,
His bright looks to behold.
He left her sheltering side,
Alma: that Youth will roam;
And wandered far aid wide •
From that kind Parent's home.
NM parting boar ;was brief;
No friend or brother Dear him—
No mother bashed her grief,
- With heir porde to cheer him.
Theprecinue soul has fled!
Now leave the clay to rest;
The earth beneatS his head—,
The green-sod o'er his breast.
Oh! gently the sad tidings tell
To her beYood the wave,
And tell her we will guard it well—
, tier Edraard's lonely grave.
The Loco Fuco Press accuse Governor
Ritner of playing off a humbug upon the
people, aed thereat get most unaccountably
wrathy. Now, Mr. Locofocos, do you
think that you have a prescriptive-right
to alt the humbugs in the world bepause
you have appropriated , su many. of them
to yourselves, and tried their efficacy up
on the people? Why May not Gov. Bat
tler have one single humbug, if .such you
will have his proclamation, as well as An
drew Jackson and Martin Van Buren five
But this is not the cause of your com•
plaint. " You yourselves, were humbuging
the people in your outcry against non-spe
cie paying Blinks, and this ,Pnielamation
hat blown yowl. buildings sky,high, and
taken from under you the verylbualatien
upon which yea stood. Yoh are mit an
gry with the Gevenior then, f)r blunting=
lag the people, which he haft tait'done,Amt.
foe preventing you doing it.;--Coax..4fer,
More aeon Sisipe.--Meaeureirare bi
king to edtabliab a line of Mimed ship* from
Rotterdam tdr New York; to male are
passage in twelve day*. All the Rhine
now being anyigated by steins, .we slug
have mere entigratice of Abeciene, and
from the other Germanism, Swims pima:
cep. In a slitir,t time the Allentin
will - be hiseinglet with meant aid.
oped in coal sedolte.--_ N,.
toa faetoriesactuat operatioa,and eight
ate bei4g built. -la addition
eras capitalists bare:parObase4
ter possers,..wip a view,io erect radmieli;
Reap, Rip is sr akeaiag.._ • ,
.1 eat, %us,
_-i• O IIOIIWEVIDENCIL
Bast - week - ire publiihed extracts from
-Abe !records of Huntingdon county, Stn:nr
ing he litne:matmer and circumstances of
Data R. Potter's taking the 'benefit of the
inactive,* huffs; bet .the facts, nor in ' our
poseessinis ' c o nnected with 'that matter,
place thdUnie Foce.cmulidite in an tin-
enviable emit*, and nahibithircharacter
in its true light before the people. The
Huhtingden toasty" records ;make out a
pretty strong case against hits, bet those
of lifer r county, - connected with them,
WILL ASTONISH AND STARTLE
EVERY MAN - OF MORAL FEELING
IN ,THE commoNwEALTH. Wei
invite the attention of they people to the
'fitetn we are about to present.
The Huntingdon couity records show
that David R. Porter was disnharged from .
confinement under the insolvent laws, on
the 10th day of Pebreary, 18119, MARK
THE DATE. To obtain that diseharge, i
he was übliged to take the following oath.
' 4 1.• A. B. do swear, that 1 will deliver up.
and transfeeto my trustee or trustees, for
the use of.. my creditor* ALL MY-PROP
ERTY that I have or claim any tide to or
interestin st this time,sod all debts, rights
and claim" which I have at this time, .or
that 1 aro in any respect entitled to, in pos.
session, reversion, or remainder; AND
THAT i HAVE NOT DIRECTLY,OR
INDIRECTLY, et any times given, sold,
conveyed, leased, disposed of; or entrust
ed key patt of my ; property, rights, or
claims to any person whereby to defraud
my creditors or any atheni, or to secure,
receive or expect_ any profit, benefit or ad
ih dehisce of this oath, THE RE
CORDS OF BEAVER COUNTY
SHOW, that instead otdelivering op to his
trustees, for the use of. his creditors, all
hisproperty, debts and claims, DAVID
R. PORTER COLLECTED, in kis . 08 On
saute, And for his Qpiutiee, BETW EEN
EIGHT AND NINE HUNDRED DOL
LARS, from two chivies of this county,
to whom he had previously sold land in
North Beaver township' I—On the sth of
December, 1818, a very short time before
he filed his petition, Porter sold a tract of
Donation laud, No. 1771), in this county,
to Meseta. James Kiddo and Alexander
Russell, for the sUm of two gormand dolt
him The deed ackowledgee the recept
of die whole purchase money, - while it
would seem that bat about one half was
paid down, and notes or bonds giten for
.Ibe balance. These obligations were held
by Porter when be 4 swore mit,' and were
*Seaver& proceeded uponnd collected
as tisey becanuidue. The drat entered of
maid in the Prothotary's office, in dock
et, No. 5, page 147, 'as Mows :
AUGUST TERM, Isl 9.
David R. Porter, Semmons Debt, $2,-
, vs. 000. Served M. 24,
hilliest Kidd() and March 20,1520, rule
Aleii. Russell. ' to. choose arbitrators
Iss'd July 2'21819. j at the Prothonotary's
office, on the Bth day of April nest, at 12
o'clack, to bear' and determine all matters
in variance between the partite in this suit.
Exparte rule on part 4141E4 Served by
Sheriff, M. 22, bth April, 1120, J 110166
Kiddo, one of. the Defendanti, appear in
person; and confess judgement to plaintiff
for five hundred and thirty &Mitts and eight
cents debt. i
• Defendant, James Kiddo, files three
receipts, to wit: one bearing date 10th A
pril, 1820, for $20,00; one 33dSept. 1820,
for 465,00, sod one dated; 13th Feb.
1823, for $91,00, which payments satisfie s this judgement, debt and inte ' st, leaving
abidance of $22,28, which i
a judgement against laid , de ants, see
No. 51, April, 1820.
• The second, appears in .e 4 te volume,
p. 230, and is entered as a capias case,
debt $669,66; issued 10th April, 1820.
.0n the 29th March following] Kiddo ap-'
pears and confesses judgement for_ $176,-
65 debt. On the 16th Dec. 1834, judge
The third obligation entered April term,
1822, same volume, p. 467—issued April
Jst. Sum liquidated by Prothimotary at
$lB2 74, In November, 1825, Kiddo paid
$173 87 1 2; and on the 1101 of July,
1829 4 the debt, interests and mists settled
in full. ' '
It eppcars, then, that on the Oth day of
December, 1818, Porter made his deed
to Rid& and Russell, taking their oblige.
tions for a portion of the purchase money.
At the January term, 1913,00 month af.
terwards, he applied for the beitefi of the
insolvent laws; and on the 10th of Febru
ary, at a special court, was dischared from
confienient. In July following be enter
ed suit against Kiddo and Russell, for the
collection' of the first bond doe; and in
1820 had 1822, 'Welber bonds were en
. 100,4 and finally ail settled. • , ajt_ not
plan, then , to every mind, thatORTER
DI Dt OT DELIVER :UP FOR THE
USE 'OF'''' RIO CREDITORS, all fiht,
property, debit; and ilahris, as rapited by
oath? , Judge ye
ir are tolled upon maistam ina ehletioo
to t highest office in theConuminWealth.
ri . belie more evidence at land. It
wodl seal alai David .R.'Porter was out
in iitiOunty le December 1818, lust be;
ftee i be took the benefit,tfo l r.thei purpose
ofOnkting property out cif his ha p& At
the:Flied*** the land•soid tt - Ifiiildo
and iretiell, fie ownedSie - hund eihmrea
on it iltive'r, in this enemy, w ich Was
tux* ! a mortgage - '
lii the floiltinitkai
V ! hank; for 416 W 044W' its val
. _ ~
oa. To Iteep the ,hldlance frOm biscial ,
icon, We find, upnOtite 'records a ' deeilea=
ecutedhy "him to his *Other, George B.
Porter, dated thclktb, sued rectirded,the
14th of Dee:ember, IBIS—SOME - TWO
OR THREE, WEEXs BEFORE HIS
APPLICATION TO THE COURT
FOR RELIEF 1 ' The consideration is
stated at OW, eubjedt tettentortgage;
butany iirbettenniclentlyllaite, would
, have answered the same purpose.. G.eerie
B. Porter ificei probe* was not then here
and perhaps knew nothing . of the circem
stance. The Bank, however, iireshedwpcei •
the mortgage, ulit' President ,bctight tn.
the land to cover the claim .
Porter get It assigned back tj him, tipo . ~
' the payment of abort the principal add In
1932, SOLD IT FOR $lOOO. If flak
ing the last conveyance, the deed to'
George B. Porter is not recited. . -.. .
Let the reader again look at the insol•
vent debtor's oath above, and in view of
the facts here stated, decide for , himself
whether David R. Porter. appears to have
acted fairly and honestly by his creditors.
We have set forth the facts as they appear
on the" record—let the people - decide upon
Extract of a letter from ' °Marburg,
Bentiagdoa County, to the editor or the
He [Porter] took the benefliof the inmeivent laws
in •11319, largely indebted to tanners, wixidsnatters,'
colliers and 'common laborer', who worked at
his furnace—a fitreaie at whit& (contrary to
what some have stated) he resided in person, and
helped to Menne. Before he look the oath, lb
conveyed tolatis Shinebreter (a very honer' Ger
man who he puianadad to content to it, but who
deeply regrets it,) bonds, lands and property, of,
the value of six thousand dollars "Rid he hat
sixes had reestattegeri is hinseff. In the meal.
time, his, creditors, supposing all was lost nag, lecteitto look attar theft clefts. Several of them"
compromised the small spinal other lay quiet 'un
til the. statute of liimitation• has barred their
claims.—Until within a short time Mr. Porter
' has held no property in his own name that was
I lmown to his credltors.—lint being Prothanota
ry for 12 or 15 yearsrhe was purchasing property I
in the name of others. One assuiple of which
crisis in the nisighborbood.
A Mr. Somerville died letting a widow and
orphan heirs.. He owned a treat of land adjoin-'
ing the eerie! basin and the Rail goal in this
place. This was before tt was known to the
'public where the Canal would terminate. There
were large Judgments standing open against
Somerville on the docket. but had been mostly
,this Porter, as Prtithonot, knew.
Two confidential friends of his went to the widow
and, inducing her to believe that the judgments'
would sweep away tM the
gave her a
few hundred dollars for it, they agreeing to pay
the judgments. They th en hid satisfaction en
tared on the judgments' (YAW !had/els retina.
4 raj and became the owners of the land:
They were in favor with the canal Commision
ets, and knew that the canal limb end here.
Thu, an immense estate wee taken from the
widow lb • mere trifle, and , David R. Porter
was one third purchaser, althotigh in the urines ,
of others! His interest teas ankecnre until with
in about a year, when he solds out to another
Partner led received In °schen a good farm in
Woodstock Valley, & other property estimated at
about sixteen thottsand Nibs these
Ithings have been disclosed, Ms creditors have
called on him tot payment but he refuses td pv
one dollar! lie even denial the debts, least his
acknowledging theta should take them out of the
statute of limitations, end be sliodld be dampel•
led to pay!
iNCE A FARMER BOUND Bor.
Governor Ritner was once a BMW boy to iamb
Myers. Eaq., an independent Fender or Camber.
land county, who brought him lap. At the late
celebration of the 4th of July at Carfislei Mr.
Myers, president, gam the reliving toast:
Jacob Myers , Pre dead of the Dayi—
Aware Rrnma—He Was maws,. a ooeb Mt, and
has still groin better: every thief he did he . al.
ways did wit= he made a noon mama, a aoab
unuitsvoa,end is a szarooem novaanos.,r
Burs maths ebses taut! i
A PENVSYLVANIA WAGONER-GOVER.
The Farmers, Wagoners find Laborers o f
Pennsylvania, who were so ablyi and triumphant.
ly defended in congress nitwit the slanders of
time Vanßerea members ofthe &nth, by the Hon.
.Charles Naylor, will read the Following thrilling
paragraph from his speech on de occasion with
pleasure. It is a merited tribute, giving unvar
nished facts in the simplest lava a ge.
•'4 appeal (said Mr. Naylor.) the Represen.
tatives of Pennsylvania. I ask on, sirs, who is
JOSEPH RlTNER—that die Inguished man
who, at tins moment fills the E cutive chair of
your Stale; a man who, in 4111 that constitutes
high moral and intellectual IMO, has Ant supe
riors in this country--one who *as all the quali
ties of Head and Heart netscespag le m - accOmpliab
the great statesman, and who pit
in a moist
enlarged degree all the elements Of HUMA
s t ore
GREATNESS. Who sir is he —A NORTH
ERN LABORER -.— A P NSTIVARIA
WAGONER—who, Air yearn his' team
from Pittsburg to Philadelphia, ihrier the moan
tains and over the moor," not , ! , whistling . la he
went"— - T then by
him." tt. ibr the
high , retie for
than the ,.._ _
.., en" 6 71
the name 4afGllotge ei — ditnc, fleet tannic., may
.in Anne Angelic County' in Uri 'Stalk' a' the 1
night of the Nth.,daliberately dbidlistrged - g fo g '
at hie - toe, a you th- eeeni "mid e t -ait O c ahl
and killed Mot instmitly. Tile whit& %harp en 4
tered his body. Not matent with this be spdea,
sp i cz e... ,
Voted tit kit/ ano th er of ids ami ' w -.....1ie had
confined fits that Peerage: The 7 ' g ewe; beli
ever made_his escape f a w .in thw act
ofdoing which. he was at a cererely wenn.
'dad.- The wretched f is sal tohave limo in
a State ciftemporary bum ity, Mau and br o gibi
on' by,the free use of ' '.....-114d4 Nem
deeetieeitiV -- The Gifer* wb ha. 0
been &airing ,that the Mni 'Statist -Alai
ceettifresomn \ bul'atoeid not, no -
it waits 10 reionie„but cannot! ature i ntad.
Maio mot e
• . :
Gamerlrear.-41 , re - aThiserlike tenth
*ash? Wye give epl '. Became 'evekr , body
shoal& have one ef his Iva, Ott *, , lpeseir_bii,_
•Nven filledgreen wria *Can.
ire Maritet,Selliteare r ott Thiciiiia,y,aoll'esata
Ohs dame! .
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' -•'s* 0 ;9 eclOck,P. M.
' Part of conk edifices having been worked
off we-atop the Odd to insert the Edelen
cholyiidelligince, thstt-oer town has this
Aerate experienced, the most destnic
live fire known:bet* for years.. Malf a
agars, lbetwibdi 'Walnut• and Markets and
Eborth and Fifth streets, has_been ttes
leoyell• 'The fire originated ' ina stable
belonging to llir: 'NO, near Graydon's
toindrn * ,
mil 'it communicated to the
lumber yard *Metiers. Bonnier' dr Sim
mons; adjoiliftlie . tielir,brick building of
Capt-'1C.1., *Mc Ir;iirideli; together with
some ten or a:daten frame 'buildings, wail
entirely deiltroyed ~ Mes s rs. 'lfoantan dr,
Simmons, Ceder & • a4anno,u we under
itiind,iire We, prin c ipal • aiifferen; Capt.,
Neenah had Ibis poperty insured.
, Everything waione *the fire com
paniettuici citikens thateorild be done, and
the progress pf the flames eras , arrested,
even after many had despaired and _given
IV the:splendid Lutheran church slid ad
joining bloclioui loot beyond hope. Male
and female labofed earnestly; the latter,
particularly% deserve amise for their
conduct; and the rankest po litical and per ,
gond animflMtiee were forgotten in• the
strife for the protection of the property
of filllowteitititta.—Priet. ttstefilfgenco'.
cord[.-4The Worcester 'Spy gives
an account oran appalling thundershower,
which visited that place on the evening of
thei 10th inst. and was remediable for the,
vast quantity of electric - fluid . with whit
4.164 . the. 14.41tiritia tt ri- -
14:0iirks: 04f - tree
• Wptbaid from
the ear& to ;tile cloud, a circumstance,
which, as is well 'known to the scientific,-
is not of uncommon occurrence, brit of
which a considerable 'portico
_of the com
munity seem not Ito be awarei In this in
mate, the splintering of the wood is all
in an upward Idirecticin, earths splinters
that remain attached to the tree; Are at
tached by the tippet end; and the other in
dications cdmospond therewitbi leaving
no room for doubt as to tha' fact. This
shows us the importance of having light
ning Conductorsno constructed as to re
eeite,the dischatige and county it otZ ,in
either direction, with, the same facility.'
A coritspiledeet °fibs New Yolk Com
mercial saye- - -- What a beaulifuleccomnie•
datioo is the till ;road. frogs. Philadelphia
to Baltimore to the travelling world; and
and how, much does that world owe to
What I cannot - helpscalling the istrepidity
of litivrftwit New t. The winter has
been despoiled by . it Of lbl tenWts; end the
spring -tine, and summer, and autumn
made more delightful. I was in a car that
his no equal among all that I have seen in
this cettntryi It Was made by Imly, of
Philadelphia. - Jce.water, retreats--com
forts, and of all ions. The pretty little
children romped aild played in it as 11100
they were in a paVlov, These tars ought
to be on all our io4ds. •
Isoniaiivai.--Te election in Louisiana
resulted is follow $ The Whip have e
lected the Hover ior p all the inembere of
eagretti ad the Legialatttre wilt stand
e►i follows :— In ,the Senate;ekoins Whip
to mien Loco lowa, in the'llouse, thirty
one Whip to *laical Loco Focus. Ve
ry wolj fqr the present!
The Newborn N. C. Spettatet Sa i te that
Senator Strange wpll ramp - his mat in the
U. S. Senate Were the meeting Of the
next Congeal*: '
We are now tiro log for late from
England, by the a mer itoyal WOliam,
a spiel - '. V to . .1 taw ,
lives, now noir lIIIAIMILD Tvll, rimao, at the illitillCO of
David /I Porter 'himself. At the deka( J l 4l. Cel
ebration at Lewiatrivin, the Ceramist° .wu
given by Porter's stin4 .
°' By John Fresh—. me yen' ag in years, BOTH. ,
OUT THE AID OF- A FATHER,'bot ekl en.
ough in knowledge ulnae:tate thirlight of, a
eiusen,and had I a1 v I abantd gine it Ao JO.
- sEra HITHER, the eelAtioghk atedesinan,„ the
supporter of P e ons yl nie pigmy, and friend of
the poor man?shts in preference ke HY' FA.
THER, DAVI D : RTBEr s 'a jelielsed arida
twat and demagogic;
'_ - ' P iftswale;,Agiiss, An ,
WilgetT FLOOR;.WI tea nas !north onFri
- ' ' ..
.- , • •
HEAT 140 per Whip demand. • •
RTB KLOUR - I OD est.le demand. •
-BUCKWHEAT F RII BB per CIISI. in deemed
- RTC, by thetas* 10 Warm- Write beshel-resdy
sale. , -1, ~ ; , . • t
RYK CROP '6s'ess pelt busheiia &mass.
OATS - Si eani-Oet y sate.
. FOTATMS.4O nes per bushel in dinsand.
• lIXIIM-ild cents per in demand.
• CLOVER SEE PO per bushel. .
TIARYITIT 00 per be"
• F . p-41_ is bushel le donuts*. ,
Eltrel ten persalkta. --. 1
' BLIWER-444'ente. powid-M Key hearts
EGOS-19 cents per own. - . ] ••• • -
Lit RD-10 cows mar • ,
"TALLOW 4 -4esseiC Owl . • 1 • .'
:HAMS lt a ti na r . -r•.. -- • -...
ZORN CH Per **WI 011:11SpL• 7 •• i,
BACOA-l2 e hi lie pounik , .
_ 4 , --.:1... i
BEESWAX-re Per Pone;;;'-',it l f . l . ' '' '
' FENTHEII6-111 ' per pismii"p w ;;;- - i•-•. , 4 ,1
COIHMON WOOL.744owourver '• - .'; „-'-.
AfacKEß,F.L.l4.the • . " No1:11 11 00 . NeKe$1*
• BALT•;-1 filli per bl* • BT*Whnilidi ,• , . •'
PLASTER: mmemlit -so per• Wit : .. ' •;. • ..
• HAY elll per pst. - -..-•'. j , .- „
• z1 1 :V--1 - • -,..- i ,„ ••4:.e ,
. • . , ' •.^
•iithent worthy Tv
pose's to the ptiL
recd whose aim it
&kind enlightened 1,
for the OrPoPe of Oat
natlon:' into then
the but intent). of Mr
those 'to would like to
hands of the Fiftieths
Oh* or sorne.other bt
would - gi fiir his - Country.
era! minty 'electing, to
Boum, in the Borough of
day the 11s1WfJuly molt,
P. lff. f o r the purpose
diiliay:l4 deemed net
two of our excellent
aid for carrying out th
rwricy which wagoners
a Jefferson a Simon Su
ty tinket to be aepported
Sclinylkill idiot,. at -
A general attendance k
of This. :66unlY, on said
r a _ f
itekimenite. hmain i
ridy iSfe ,
A Whip, The to
ed by tee:Wile h. et
'I. Conti:Mee of th,
Monday. the 6th of Aui
partuf the MoUring Si
ed of the prein P hms se-sson
7 While Pine dirdori,
t f Hernloilt King Poet*,
.14 . do. Queen Pods.
14 do. Braces,
14 do. do.
• 14. do. • Rifler.,
16 ' do. - Purloins, I
76 dob Rafteri., 2
4 do. Ride, Dols; 2
8 do. . V
37$ do. s Ake; • L
189 &X 00.. I
2 do:" Beam.; 4
M . do: 'Nee,. 11
Per.criii sending In
dor. the time adwhlah they c
her; *lsidro 'aid Lumber to'
plural fif thd Building
6 a li t
-- 1 1 .= •
uncovered. and'aothetimee eves tkr'eluM l Liety to a.:
void thejestsind aoeers oftbeir.aeltu the re
tokirder of their 'hies ire eirits4uently spent in re.
&extent. "A - o°4 net 'even the loss of thoperty fills
tke)ge.,neratie thin, g youth with thatl beery waking
gloom audoei theft= of hie haul. To aiert all these
fibula:tit etiftmitaitees.OLOßlDGENlßAL/d OF
COLUMBIA stopethebair-froto edlitg lon the first
islet:Won and a Vew bottlee restehte again. It
hketiteipleduces ebrows and whin ' ; Prevent'
Ste- hair froth' tn ing gift. Makes it ei a 4tautifolly;
and fregejtiftom - ..- Phuartius ' tea atlas
firstrespectatiliti tin - pp/Sit °fair rimer cif Oldridp's
lasheittresheien the pelpriercinr. • t
itr• et the (911010.14 .
~ROBERTVH ItTON, gig. late a of Mike ! '
delphis, hie i • .is mey be seen -. rr.tethif
hip thavacier of Arlitterag gentlezdemi_,
The undersign tfo hereby cerufy that we Massie'
the Balm of Ccaum in discovered by J. 11 • }dad
*hare found it highi se rviceable not only a i prevea-•
tire 'gains:titer g eillithair• hetll i e ee- 1
*w h i m s , fig . THACHER;sett - . ..•.;;;,,.-•: .
Methodist Al inter in st. Geor t e t •
~ N 0.85 NOT* ' '
JOHN P.tINGLES, SM. '
JOHN D..IT_HOMAB• IC, 4..1 , Race st•
- jaw 13.• FIIEY,, 101 ~,„,
OUCH tURDY. - WIS . - 7 "•• ' at.
I JOHN 0 HD. Jr. NW Arch - . -
The aged. ansl . vibe mem., .-', . w ip,
may nut alitge . its rviltierner ~'.l • , - yet
it will canasta; itevinsesin the ' --!! - n ofthe
public, wham it Is ern that, ihrei:t Ode • - Vene
ers are more tbaii
,yeati'efavt ? itidthe t•thiblet di
less then 90; ...-', .?' ' . ..' - ' •
- --• d‘r . , t
_' • 40, ' ' the Maffei] P. '.
• :.. 1 ,4;!no. ALM or Framern. •/-
..____,' • --' - '''''.- .-.. Ciy_friPhilatielobiti• -"-i ' k
kW/04E1M , OI4I; Mayor of • - city . of
hilidelphiti.,do bicerufy titailpet ttegesine
ed withiliternel: bglusaohn &IF - - - Hugh
IleCirdyeeltirie . ate Meted` to - - vecteti-
Seittevttial ley : gentlemen of i • - midi*
aPectabilityOutd much foil credit a-. -be giMpa
to the Med Certifies ' - .
~ In witiein 'whir 1, 1 bete Bemurrito • ' y Math
, and aimed eke seal °t i the city to . et; die
(j. 154 Meilltdity.ofDemnber. dec.. , , • . 'r' - x ::. - •
.. r • •'' „ , BERT ,WHAIMO • i a -r.
CaitthALzr`litine. amine erithett a -.-- - _steel
migravedOraiiter l'' Fani,vr .N eam .;. i o n.
Whetted° Mititl - byettineocliaud C 0. ,, Flea.
it etklll l`t il t ilo C.f i f 1 1 1 4,-..**Oftl i
ton of oar
rho are op.
t Ole our.
A short '
diner M lb, •
e a partindlar
fattesd a eon
t ei the Colin
ca Tu n .
ut I &Wei,
e the melee.
es of Demo.
ike the pre.
ta Hall, op Id
/hole or any
i f to be deliver.
--1 4 by
i —l6 by
'A ---14 by
, ..,-=:.- 9 by 7
1 1-12 byll
• . —lO by 0,
8 by by 1.1
ea 1 . r--- . r--- g
A 1 —l4 by 3
" 1 -12 by 1
... . 1 —l2 by 3
'I -i-'--12 by 3
.4 ..—...; 8 by 3
dm a 1
l hone orso•
an I ei the Darn.:
I srib to the apm:
tthe nd prhseipsi
t — rioc
2 =I I
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