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.tii**MOming jurt loggia* was a imettelor, sto„ to
Villillt Itllla Sim cam e and sawn the seAt by We, - -r- ,
abif . hitehed her little finger in mine, and- then,. 1101
,--- ~; 1 1111111htg id atm, said, .=
- . tAtet you married, Mr. Ruggleer I
*No; ered Mr. Wiggles, *lightly shrug ---- i ~.4 7. -l be rgvotim, e„.,,,
einghis 'alders, ant making .a taint grim ~a ce, AI I I,- , . to ,. ~.•„ -,....
tai much to say 'I rather think not.' f' 4l.6f I tr. ay mice mere.
. w.- i " ) "'"' I " e ' imis her in rft i . L'lnta-.*.-....iltra titatz-vivt•mf,4aturtittrltettlitheis the
, - , -- viirittfill&:' ---- - -: - - 1 -
, --- -, *---,., tti lettet of Mr. Lightner in which he author
lutitteit a >hands with an e 0. - of lzed 111 r. Minna to draw his pay for seiyi ! ,
soissit. , .Walnt4a - .„. _ •-- ea lk -t a reesriber of the '
t 3 Alid ilagith, 9 -I - tired Virtwmg myself i
=the sofa, wire
..,,xuare roplte you • full *log is the tester
the„Teeteietime, dw.tV said Laura. - I ,-e / E'Ll SI!11:774. am abPat lt) set loot for
Ihipst isow i t k , o w kitai a kg ki k,i4a aa hr St`. 14 with but Nitre probability that I
F 0 Mg t'Y 1 1
- ' ‘Tibh nee • 1 reside+ ' ' 1 can back to llariitsber-g before the close
ti Vr and saes &mkt' , . '`, 1..0f th session. .I do not resivn. because
itio, 't,d Let its Toctsictiuts ring' .
afttml want to sirs cookittetar, 'ahem,' she added ImY , fling SO WOIHOI tier age considerably
in 4 whisper at my ear . .4 WO tOtnel h i g nret l' ' theliblic errtentte, and a member elected
H. ,oho rose and boundatlp the d tor like a lo trl place must have a very abort -time
fews„ 1 tripped after her on tip toe. of it, 1
.111try3 little kiddlums, Wedelns, kiddlumsr I w an nex ..
a authority to draw my hal•
anvil. gently compressing her adtruldera as rho , r
._ r t. t ance•-•••-a Very smart rane---for i tonna eon.
,tOl, l yo , saise ts_ s h e a s, shingly exclaimed. seat i') be Paid beyona yeeterday, the 24th.
„ ,*lloddiumatr I t.riedtafter her down tbe passage unless I get 'oack myself,foriesterday ren
oleiwyntwe new termer endeatment for Nor watch tiered it certain that I would go to St I
bar come into my head) 'Kiddlu list' l ia if the committee of accounts'
4:llya' idle thiria-, whatr , .. restrict
4 Ruggles would like half-and half'
me to the day I left, Wednesday, the 15th
II the time Laura returned, lunch.was ready. I shell find no fault." Yours,
gbara ta a Ruggles acquitted li Inset( in a manner i ISAAC LIGHTNER.
which proved, to the entire satisfaction of Laura, 4 GEn. DARSIE, Eqcj, " •
the &Wee DM of the character whic 1 i had as- 1 Pittsburgh, „June 25, 1842.
cribedto him. At leng.h, a t r &lulu tir a glass I
think§ lint. this shows that
grlfiVie to our health and happiness., and taking The Gazette
j was am ionoraie rterit conductt '
a Nana a r c o w a w a y (given by her, to put ill er m r. Li g i v .
his pillow) to my inexpressible delight he depart
and ittir, and Bays that ifthere is any fault
c lieu he was gone Laura -sang ate 'The last it "lies with the loco foco committee "
bake am broken,' and •We M V and `The
moils tear:and several other pretty '
.8 r i gs o r Li ," This istatement,does make the matter look
1 , 014 end then she made me lung 'AIY love is hie , someWhut better for Mr. L., but " it appe ars 141, red rose,' and 'The rosy shall cease to I
that he still holds on to the pay Which the
. Uttd 'Toe- ;Maid of Llan;,-,ollen.'—But a hen
committee imprOpet ly allowed kin]. When
led 'A going out a-shooting,' sh : put,
kW Mod rm} , mymou th, and would not hear a
u , '
went tar a walls, ti s,:e , the Cltaette can inform the public that Mr,
this mo ney back to the
Aar' t. Tre p
n erry it may then with some propti-
I leave the (coder to guess how my Lair a and _'
I tigoyed our meal, We were quite stone; and ety nounce a eulogyen that gentleman's
misty awed that •the sweet girl thought parucu "hor1 r and integrity " hut until then it
Isitir sties, she insisted in tanning off her share,'
imeetaking me eat tt. ' I leave him al o to iota- Mtn permit the ptkblic to make , up their,
. glee bow delightfuAy tha interval between (kJ- o n i o n i o f . hi s t
tsarina tea were occupied. Nuts a• , d -vide by . ~ 1 -
thelltiwitei are pleasant en' 'v.., li; t.,t,t wIl-n ale rorotrig to his conduct as a public servant
partake of titian with those we lava, 'll.y Pre ex,
geisha. &mistimes we had a douule t.ot, and
tone would make the other ,:ire ha;: o[ it; now
loaned Laura to take another gas o,' . irk, riry-
jog 'Cone now Tiblay, you ghat , / it i: ,ii do you
RA' arid then she would limit tun t edtog we
Ilfiairileuanda and raisins. It was t. ty pleasant
At last tea-time came. *1....0k litre, To.A i.
corm: said Laura; 'see ducky, how to e ' With
that ~.he removed a cloth, that -one:sated fort 4•. z
en-sf the finest natives. 61 knew,' b'te cmtinucti,
'yOu would lakes unething nisi With your tea'
ITlblry, dear,' I declar,d, putting the edge of my
right hand across my th roat; ' I can't-1 eau't, in
4 1A,fiddle! Now, Toot.ioums, you shall
14w! oysters are to wliol ;some, yoi kfiow. +.v
trjr:: Collie, Sit. open your mouth. 'Clare:'
1-slid eel wit+ bid; ald reely the natk7,:s were
so eapital, that I , went on a wallowing one alter
*nether. twill with some little aQs nue,: from
Laura, the whole were demolished.
T 1 a tea.4.l}inga being taken away, we wheeled
the sofa up to the fire; and, feeling us it I shun d
jike'tofo io deep, I reposed my head on Laura's
Jammed thus delightfully pillow d , w.s fast sulk
ing into slumber, when presently i :It: such.
4 pain in the 'chest. I email nut repress au ejac•
illation of pain.
4 .ltiatrcried the sensitive girt, in accents of lei
ter.' •`Oh!. how you've frightened mc•: Wtt is
"Ohl Laura!' I ans wered, ',I have snub a• ' •
, • yquloaki. Oh,
•e ring and seed (or a doctor. Do,
prey!' And she rushed towards the 1)0.
dear,' I sai•l, 'give me a spoonful ot brandy.
'fie only, a spasm, land. lam subject to. I shill
be better presently.'
The sweet creature ins!anay did as I de.ired,
aeons a for moments I. felt relmv,.d.
tNost, Jim,' said she, when, cumin,' a litt'e to
'myself' ogilu v ol began to smile, '1 am cure you
-dtapg ceUght cold. Du you know 1 am afraid those
atqataets that you put on this morning were alit
aired. You don't look well at all. You don't ta • +
wither think. dear,l mast4mgre caught .`
iweitinedting of that sort., What-could it bee
Vane, now;Tootsicums; you shall let Jilt
'lieu some rum and honey; and then put littleidt*
bileviater„ and go to bed like agood boy; ialit
,then tis;:inorron you'd be all well againll
- could have retuned to take such.affeei
nierodititie, even if there had-been no occasion for
. Tits hot water was f , tehed to, and placed
bellArs the fie. Laura insisted upon wrapping
ran lip is her ,fiatinel dressing4gown, and binding
my head with a silk banokerchief, besides putting
roe tat one of her night e*ps, for fear of - 'fic.. l —
oho mixed the ruin and hooey, andmade me
drink It 'down hot.,.whicb ImintLi not do, hoircr , -
or, till elm bad some of ithersetf.. S., there i sat,
with e!y feet in the tub, and. the tumbleri with a'
41 4 1 1 40, 10 in my hand; my Laura sitting h• fore
wenn a little stool, and renewing the but waver
from timeto time from the kettle; Willi she th tight
*bath weaken the to remain where 1 was
much longer, The day basing been thus delight
fully splint, (my s'ight indisposition at the eln,e
of it being sore ;ban c,unterbalanced by Inc
pleaverfiluthich I derived from Laura's fond soda
it(tde,) my ifibby and • her . Tootsieums betook
idltplusittres to their couch of slumber.
ID Ow Milo. of Bentley's Miscellany
t 1.411.41"1e7 wife, who as .1
9104tirables sad for whore h given me it - , PO
siii=4; engagements 1
alit to state publicly theti am not r i ll ! :
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e f t Y ttis e" (dee '
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- s lent to you some iimi :
, 11, 11 *ant to let bowleg il
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a. 9 Out OW obeliklatsiry t
'Now sWite aft s subject. without having;
*lt svaa yovrleiffriarua it, mid never read
isaitsikijettt-til yfilia - hase tilt:ugh% yourself
IC OIi -k. = .J ean Paul. ,• . ' '
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(15• The Advocate has not published a
"Clay Melody" since the result of the elec
tion in :Maryland was known. Clay's proW
pectitiare all sour cider, . The federalists
of Maryland fought the battle under the
Clay Rig, and with that y declared the)
wo o l ( ' stand or fall. They were beaten
in3st gignally beaten, and of course the
viro heif„r humbug is exploded in-Mary
lii Ohio the contest was fought on the
sama:ground, Clay left the peaceful shades
of Ashland, abd committed hia much loved
Maltese Jack to the care of "my man Chsar
les,", 'until he bad stirred up the heifer fe—
ver among the live cons at Dayton.—
,Clay and Cot win' was, the battle cry a
mong the Buckeyes, and Clay and Corwin,
have been killed as dead as the old coons
of 1840. Poor Clay, he's in as sad a plighr
as p l oor Hugh Mitchell of this coun •
ry lardy. 0 lardy knowsian.
white and other antima
sonsi, at the late election..
newness to and Rogues out.
• rifle following piece of it.ttimTtry an _un•
knoWn 'author l we-eonsitiet:ffeatritie. Their
is bki.th_poetty- , and truth con tai OA!' ill it—
'partiiiilith ' tits litter.' Read it:—
, Frierid in ;the grograna coat, with staff and spear,
Whit' is your business—what your envy here?"
_"To 'retell the bank!" " The bank! why, tell me,
,t,P ra Y. ,
Thitifitluwthe bank is like to ran away?"
" k , irro , - , turt. rogues and thieves, those cursed
:• . ***littir locks and doors, and steal, perhaps:
•,..' . , tri d 'for stancitn2 here all night,
10 kfr frighten them, andleep all riEht."
eV •Athreit you're paid for't, watchman, stand
'•`-- : • tfik post
-,• /fee' no stiver of the cash is los.:
Fame time, permit me, friend, to doubt..
141 . Ortighty danger - fed it the rogues without
rt!ink the, money better far applied,
If yin wer e paid for catching rogues inside."
Yankee Ingenuity.—There is now an
exhibition a; Boston, a reinarkab'e product
of human ingenuity. It a piece of silk,
aboUl a yard square, containing aportrait of
.General Washington, the Declaration of
Ifitdependerice, and fac similes of•the signa
tures of the signers, which was woven, du
ring the past year, Icy• Mr. Henry nardy.
Revivinj.7—The N. Y. San
nye the, demand for suit—s in 'Broadway is
ea 'pod that the proprietors generally are
approptiating the ;lower stories of-the dwel
inglhimsea.to this purpcse. and we have no
&Ott but four fifth 4 of the houses between
p atter? and Etteeker street will. have
their haitemeet stories converted to this
pnepose before ,the expiration of two years.
.We have •noticed'. some of the very finest
'buddings of late, undergoing• this alteration.
The editor of the Gaztate is silent oil the
ruatler of the handbills issue] by the anti,
triai9ns for the parpose of rdefeatietpoor
Ellt . th Mitchell and John FA)raythe. At
flog, the editor= attempted - to ,a,„-"
'' * ' l'ill : e ' zl 4- • .4iii 4iikcs
Attf .Ve t
r imprigi7tialic - npir4on j,s2tl4 -, -,--,
lOW in 01 4 4.: ,- Ott is ti 4 twitia;tice
11 "TA ---as_ iwriptt I -asses:-anewi
I. * th eb e wa l:g u i n : d4i freei e"l
",0 ---t rii, "' !!c thi T t:l l: t
Still ' ,:iikii -'" Yi
will not, - ,',
•In A.dants notate t,hts former aonr 0
iire:-14 st gsfsvi''
masonry, ilia degkoerate have ejected,tiieir •
ticket by a handsome majority.- Stevens
found that his influence Adams ivirs
gone, and a few r . rviiois . ,..ainee,:hilefi4be
county anti took aphis abode in &meas..
ter. ' But it appears 'the evil irditieeeer of
his presence followed bbn,,and .1b a major.
ity of ins party, that was formerly between'
three and but thousand in Lancaster, is
now dwildled down tufive hundiat
The. Chronicle. men rrsevere in -their
efforts to tie lute results. personally an
to us from the returns of the late elec...
tion ia this county. We don't believe that
those returns have vexed us half as much
as they did the Chronicle peOple.. The
fact that the .could not et them to read
froni - their window," ,has given
more trouble in the quarter, than any
circumstanettof the cimparvi has caused
hereabouts. As tit :`Chtenide folks.
rightly judging of.their nein unpopularity,
declare they will not run for office, we do
not know how we shall retort their very
"unkind cuts," bef)re 1844, when we
shill entertain the -proprietor of that pa
per by pointing out 'how far Iris favorite,
Henry Clay, is left heh'ild.
07b1she Americau states that: some un
known person has, from remorseful feeling,
refunded to our State $35. Come, come,
Isaac! if that's you, fork over the halitOce of
t he 'extra:' repent 100 per cent.
The following notice of Gen. Scott's
letter, expressing his, views in relation to
the next Pres dancy, i 3 from the N. Y.
Courier and Enquirer. It does not indi.
cate that the General is very popularin his
"Characteristic.—We find in the Ohio
Statesman, the following letter &Ora Gen.
Scott. Whet!, some fifteen months ago,
he thrust upon the public ids confession of
faith as a candidatefor theßreaidency, his
pretence for so tl,)inffOfi 4he innumerable
calls for his, of:amorist-an& tt new 'appears
that similar , apppesieforsevenmoon/ •
>c his 'views.' :fre baa ipw ve
ry clearly defined his ‘positign,' .and we
hope to be excused fir expressin4 the ex
pe,:tation that he will in ititureilevote him
self to the duties of his office. The: Head
of the Army can never• be the People's
candidate for the Eatecutive chair.
The Louisville Journal says that on Mon
day the 10th inst. the steamers Hugh b.
White, Paragon, Goddess of Liberty, Da
quesne, and Massachusetts were fast a
ground, with very little prospect of getting
off. These boats occupied' near : tasty the
breadth of the liver, and left little oppor—
tunity for the passage of other boats. Tbe
Bristol and 'Port Gibson were just above
the bar. The Alice 'Grey stuck awhile
at -Blue River bar, and is doubtless now at
Flint island. - Ail of the ling.& it Piintl.s..
land had taken out the whole Of their:Car
go on. Monday.
The Ohio is - very low from here to the
mouth; there was a small ifs& on Saturday,
ink not sufficient to be of any advanta,,e to
Federal Politician.—The Cincinriati
Gazette gives the following portrait of a
fed,tral politician. Every one who know,
any thing of that party will admit thatit<3B
trite to the life; . ' 4 lie is a dernagegee .
principle and by habit ;; en, office seeker of
the lowest stamp -- a filreSttgto hie, yet
fearing to trust the people, and always
seeking to use- them for his . own selfish
ends; he ought te be scouted at by,all.,hon
est men, and made to feet-That neither,
fiend, nor the perpeiratots of fraud, 'shall
be allowedge thrive:ill this-free land.''
The' N. Y. Cdro. Advertisers few days
ar,deelared that "Re (tho.Whigs)'are and
ever have b:en oppOsed to naivereat suf.,
&age." And - yet the Advocate has asset.:
ted that no leading Whig ;has ever oppo• .
sed universal Suffrage. P3dga.
ida. Fatal Arabition' is the tide
of a new tragedy shortly tie be protatteect
at St, Louis, written by a young man
It is rumored that Joe Smith- his tieen
arrested, and iteowil the hands of the
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ark felisterry, tite - Avite# brig un
ship, cat frog arm ber ..kwar4ol4‘44ll-*ll--
sed'eeery thin' from 'nil to the few
wale; beloWthe water !intl . :aid (rim
the heeler the boweprit lathe fore swift.
Twelve timbers were stew infs . = the,
upper 'leek to below "the • •wales i and the
dick ripped Up. in thiettyfriginicirgen
cy ‘apt. G Idinan evineed the greatest
Self-possession, and ,to his energy and
good managethent_is'to be : attributed-in.&
great measure thir tpresersatioit' . of 'the
ship. In half an hour-after the actiOnt it
became f l ight enough to'see, when the brig
was not visible end it feared she : went
down.- r The Tries, of: those on board
brig were believed to be in a foreign lan-
vessel Burned et zeal
Oa the - 16tb ult, at 4 P. M., the barque
Stays - arrow,-on bet passage from Thomas
ton, Blaine, to N. Orleans, fall lie with the
mastsitind spars of a ship apparently 600
tons burthen. It was evident frem ap
pearances, that she was destroyed by Ire.
The mizen.mast was burned ofF a little a
bove the dkk; the spanker gaff was much
burned where.* sail *as-stowed close to
the mast, (as hei gaff was stationary at.fz;)
the mizen topiail was also consumed, or
very,eigh telt. The mizen topgallant sail
and toyal were out consumed. It was ob
servable that the mizen topgallant and roy
al yards were lashed to the atizen topgal
lantmast lengthwise, as if some of the un
fortunate crew had sOught a temporary
refuge there. The Main top-mast .was
carried away about six feetitelmv the rep ;
the topsail, topgallant and royal yards
were still attached to their r es pective
masts, as well as the greater part of the
sails and standing rigging; but no trace of
fire was discoverable upon the =spars or
rigg;ng of the mtinrotst. • Of the fore.
mast nothing was seen. She was a ship
of betweee two and three years Old, it was
evident fi om the a. i .pearacce of her masts, I Kendall, the editor of the Nevi Orleans
spars, liming, and iron work. That she Picayune, is in Baltimorece_lxt..-------,„
...re - vuoireatton vr
was an American ship is berm) a doubt
_.---- r .rewwW;" - Is 1 ;;w there, and a great many things he
from the AIIj did'ritlsee, he has bkome the most attrac-
We have frequently heard folks declare
"0, I vish I vas a pig,7 and after reading
the following, wo are inclined to think
that, it is an aspiring ".vish." It is from a.
Report of Wm. Lincoln, read before,at,
Agricultural Fair held at All-any. :Pigs"
areindeed a happy set of people, for our
authoribrer proVall it beyond cavil. Here
is the way . he talks:
'Pigs ere a 'happy, people: We mai
-talk disparagitigly_about - liviug like a.Pig.
To live like a pig is to. live 4ike a gentle—
man. Although it is -pin permitted by the
order of nature, that a pig Should laughior
even smile, he enjoys the next blearing of
'humanity;' -the diaPrisition, to , grow far.
How easily he goes through world! He
has no fancy
. stocks . to buy- 7 - 7 rno bank notes
to ply—no Indignation - meetings to attend 4
no log cabin assemblies to hold. He has PO
_occasion to take the Bankrupt Act, or to
have hiaestate collscated to . defray :the ex ,
pauses of settlenier:t.. Free from all' the
troubles that disturb the busy, wOrld--;he
is 84'unconcerned among the changes of
earthly affairs, as the ditixen who Was
waked in the earliest light:Of - morning, by,
being told day was breaking: 'well,' said
he, as he turned again to_ hie
_reposk s ,
day break;,he owes me nothing.'
When, we look st the comparative: c(ph
dititou of tbe human race:Aid or ite swi
nish multitude, we may. come to the con,
closion , that if a man will hot be a the
'had better 'be 'a pig.'
SmtiiggUisi:con. Ike Caaads Frontier.—
It is - statekOat-miojeenr4t agent-sent by:
4 the Government to the - front Ora - - ri?-ttoi'•
r. • ~ . • • .
purpese of ferreting eittlevery infraction of
,the l.tvva relative tOX.negglitig,' return-his
and reports quite a litittlitet,Or - freu4-
olent:coinbinatirins. He is lo -gobank- - pre- -
4)ared to seixe r the smugglers andAheir ear
lines. This violation - of - law: with
rie4l on to a g.teat extent An: deßapee':of
any Measures government may -ndeptio
Renunciation,Mr. T. F. Olney, of f,a
!lope, as abandoned the ~tiaiser Day
_Santa called Mo rnione. .
_ _ .
„sip-1 sa+t°has atitasige
~teply tO Weixote.
. , ,
1416bils is asassin g XO R "f /10104
Wad:dation,, 0 3
taYetter - - - s-. - . 0
'1? -`;-. •
Bedrorci, •7' • • ,
_ 0_ 2.
.4 ; •
PhilaAritunty4 - 8 . 0
; - a 7
• `'l -, 0
BUR tingdotts, 2,
Seinetahl andbainbria,., a
- 11_ 1
Indiana. t • • 0' 1
tarnegatori,: ; : =0 E •
CnntrA,' • 0
tehanon. • 0. -1
Adibikia,: ' •-' i:.' 2 0
Nnrtlitnnherlasid, , ;
.. • 1 , 0
Mifili,n, Juniata and Union; . ~, 3 . ' -: • 0
Delaware, 0 • 1
.Cheetere -. • . - .2...--- -, 1 - 3
Mon•gornery,' ' - ' . - 3 0
Berk- , - ' ' " . 4. . 0
Seliii Ili'l) ' -
, 9 ', 1 . 0
Lyennaing and Clinton, 2 0
Laz,rne, -• ,\ -• .' - -2 - 0
Lehigh; - - - - 0 ~ 2
Bucks,' '2 1
N..rthamlifon,,. . • 3
Pike 404 Wakne, I
Perry, 1 '
Stoxrehannr, - _ 1
Tiof fs,.za, and Pau: , T, I
Jerson,'M'Kean and Warren, 1
Cidtimlii , l, 1
Bradford, ' 1
livid over, . . 11 11
Westin rebind, i 1 U
Fayette and G,oen. I 1 0
Washington, 0 - 1
Lai•catver aid York, 1 0
Phibidet .11'a county, 1
D 1 'city, 0 1
Mo .gotnery i Chzater and Delaware, 1 - 0
Dauphin and Lebanon. ' 0 1
Hontinvi.'tn, Perry, Juniatti, Z 1 0
Mifflin it 31 Union, i
Lyeotning,, Northutnb-rland, i . 1 0
. Centre and Cinton, 1 C
J.fferson, Tioga, Potter., 11 Kean. t 1.
Venu-ngo and Warren,,
Republio are ungrateful. -We learn
from the Baltimore Sup .hat the service of
plate , presented to Commodore 'Stephen.
Decatur, by the city of Ba'tirnore, fur one
of his brillinot, navaktietOries over the En_
glish in tha . last war,was sold in New York.:
on Tuesday, at -auction. This service
of plate was'valued at t 3,000, and the wid
ow of the gallant 'Commodore was compel
led to disposeof it; but nut without a pang.
Live 'lion" of 1.14^(41'y
Discliarged.—The Boston Grand Jury
have discharged the 'parties recently ar—
tested for vending obscene books, and
restored their wires to them, to scatter
among purchasers. They dtd not regard
the puhlication as , coming within the sta
B.terage Lady.-.-Mrs. Partin, the
female Patriot of-ithade Island, held a Levee,
I d • 'n IY
yester Qv, Z o n e s ' hotel, New or •k
she gave audience to a large number of the
film& of free sufferage, and fat outshone
• Victori4 in courtesy t intellect and personal
beaut 7. • '
Tbe.E.xchange Rotelst-Richmond, nar
rowly escaped destruction by fire oa Tues 7
day last. - -A carpenter' shop opposite was
i FcOtlSUMed entirely. • -
Hon. „Thos._ F., Marshal, member of
C,►ngress from Mr. Craig's district has eiv
en great offence hi some of the virgin hei
,fers, by ultaring sentiments in , i3ome of his
stump speeches, at variance with those en
tertained by Mr. Clay. Speaking of one
ift late.addresees -to his constituents at
Versailles, the Comninnwealth, a whig pa
gais; "We understand that in the main
die • sentiments Ire expressed Were whig
.entiragots;' but that: an the sul t ject of tAbe
veto power, he delivered himself in ITIR 1 . 1 •
ner very offensive to the wlngth,wbo'heard
htm with great sorrow, while the locos; as
might be expected, were perfectly deligh
L r Neiv,..rt iCei. .
,-- [ ate accounta irprethis state snake it
.probable that tire whiter have ek,,i.tted their
members of Council and foUrAssorohlymen
.in Monis county, by Saul! majOrity, gim
-ine that party.se:lnitititity) cif 10
, on: Jol'et,
Iflalloth Though the whip hiie. carried
the majority, eLilie. Legislature, and by
the Legiiilattite ; *iltilect a governOr, yet
it is highlxprahable theChrid.the Governor
been ` .ctioseivaa in othierietate by the pen
tile themselves , a
democrat _ would have
The, whigrnajoriti , dirt - he 10 edunties
Carried by them, amotttit(ii,JOis than 2700.
Three democratic counties atone,--Sussex,
,Vil r alren and Hunterd'ont; iCati give ',from
4,500 to 5.000 tnajority.-1 ..to thitr a con
iderable addition might be'Made by the
ether five democratic einintitis:•,T7Piruirryt
v um wg - .
-7 0 0
Nitre Mi-ery fm the Coons.
ibud &fleet s t wo -,
taws, living in the •
Stiate, fought a deb t
gd. The weapons it%
wi re placed within si t .
b" Varies breast, and at
i.ultaneouss both tell
!The Prov. Chive
schooner "Tom Perna.
biltd otdoinesti c go*
t.* Philadelphia. The
ark beginning to look
The U. S. cutte r V
Nlkuigg., arrived from V-
S 00,000 in specie.—i 4
. 11E Saturday --"
Stinky, infant eon of Ellen
rich.; aged 10
- Will be sold this morning at
efittitister Oyster.* J. 8,.
%Vtii tre Fuld Ira Trim(laj
pick A. M., at my Auct lint 4.
/ran es Stuck. let n is r i m e
ct 15 1,
10111 i RUC
d.t.D 'ES 1 4BLISSED Km& ,
• F/CE, XO. 431 SOUTii
,Likent for J. 4. If. Sobiltio.
Jiriev Liverpoo/, tr he despat c h it ,
pd,rt.l of tie U.iied sham 401.
t i ti r abseriber Would map
Ftivil persons as are disam
Ellett& Shut he control: es to brat
Gireat Br dew and Ireland ala i ,
/ends lone, by the abov e 8 0 .•
what reaeonable terms I nk* ,
1111iSSPIlglei 8 tv :II avoid the
oo mark cum ' , lamed sta
airrorwrotis wail toed on *E do
I Wit every due and arpoi ct .
I 4ir :r lends aid all no,
adiy not embark can 11a1CAti
intqty fr t I iii it was ra,ow
fdirtor IT to the doeurventsdeVava
mdn t.—He also feels pIeaSUIT.II
hair considerably eautoded ii
nls - fur the I a yment of his
noougnnut Englund. ire
*urilber purtieulars apply by 4121
%AL T ANTE TO BORROW,
JAW on Bond and Mo
$4OOO. vuoin seven miles of
Moue) to loan can lellll it to
secoiity. Apply lIARgt.
LOOK OU l' FOR YOUR
I Ha rd Oider aux:lcrs,
ITlie since of your Stomachs as
a ►ever (Ain ng remedy prunribed fa
upon not having "Signed atm !is
cptiou To E. F
Otii e hours from S A. M. tai 9r.
At Xc. ¶lO, Market at , Leff(ft
E Su ht, %vim I. abutil is
hatuiurss, nil: d,spose”rhis •
oir: Ig, I I colimrts. oh blank, blue
I)iiVe flu: and
00 * 01. a iliihtddi 044. hi LAUta
r runs Cloth,a P 114.114/ crlicheine
lam ChlOtZre an d Calieors, a 4tor
bleached and cab' rwW.V. v•twi:tett
Often, Shawls, Ild k ft. 2, ‘‘' 4, ' ,4 lie
Stocks and Sulicetr7 , 4,
Cation Stilt hand Drawee*
red; Satin alai Marina V,.
linether wither full thworowei
c, 4 Qutilings audit
; The above Stock is a di coral
ley Mery hayit:t and Faitihies,a at
gout Far Cash ST.
Oct 17—tit So.
Now is the time of tear for
demos, voids, R 1,, un.atism,GA
aillicted. a speedy cure ran beaff
_ P .RSE'S 0.81(110M
t - itich is snowed by aq whol.rit
remedy ever offered for Covikagi4
SEW ES NERVE Bari
ant out-ward rem. dy, with the
INDIAN PEG ETABLI
ail Inward application, is a renal'
the R hestwations, Cost. Grottiest/a
No one need suffer front tittle
the Above medicines, The reouim
io the Repo:able the Judges.) .
; QieritOi.‘ Sosttowsof the pouch
petition of Griffith Join
hi the county
it, That your petitioner bath
diaterialn.for the ateonrmodationi
al Itiadwelling house, in the tow
*that your Honors will he pleased •
keep a public house of entertain
boner, as in duty bound, will prtl
ire, the suliscribsrs, eiiizene of
EMI, do cet , tify, that the above reds
tor honesty and temperance, grrt .
ip341.4C room and con veil ience.‘ for
ifulgininrstrangeal and trace
ph v . : slßuriima. chola'n. Icaaell
,logeult -Lawatirt, jamei
R. s o p
aron• Tr.° 'ff.
Qci 14-3 t
AT. W.. Corner of trod
T*l2 proprielots of the *Altai
+ND MLN 0 FACT RKa respectfully .
4itri.the patrons ofthose papers. 1 141 t
ehooen orlment of
~ AZ3I OUSTEA
see:wary . ter Jub Office.
pa:ed to exedet
, . OE EVERY DESCIII
tooke, Bills o r Latipi
pan 000.5.-. Bill Heeds,
landbilla, Black Clierh,
Slt Itinbs of 0 01 4
tage, &catboat, sad Caul imit
1-.. pries CO ,
Printed on the shortest noiicese4 01:,
We respecifully ask the pa 1 10 044
be public ui general in-this braerin
; • PictsburgNißeir. 89;184 rtili'r
T. firrEIYART, UPIOWII,_,,.
• No. 49.,Pi11h strati, hewn
. El usit 'mid Straw If 41110 5 1!
iailhirirrseetwed with neatows sum
litir WNW' .
4alitlingraft C 0. 011444
ng goat i
at Ale Fut
3300 E AND
ii ev erd4
; for Rani
to nottcp- .
It jai; b
not fail t
g nt. bran
lives in 0'
T bran; con
rd any thin
at to hu
is .not the
ive us alic
rrifi c fell°
neer, at 11
d a reel
cosi! t to
h and "
y hid q
g. if we
I in qi
• Aaji . h