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in 'good times would be c onsidered an em they cannot hope to reach, theY . are bap- , Fourierson.,The N. -Y. AVM, in
inently prosoeious p o pulation; but laM py. ... -
.- • speaking et_ the Sylvania Association ofl
inclisted to think that if the English incomel 'But kis when the terrific pageant'comes that cityisays: '''Welettrn that upwards of%
'tax - of last year were, by the legislature of i forth •a moving palace' of enormous dis i
8100,000 are subset ihed in this city, and i
Illinois, latd on that state. more thau half! mensions, s upporting the enshrined image
the cities of Albany and Troy, to aid this
the population possessing in the aggregatelof this accursed deity, that superstition may
that proportiou cif the taxable property , l be said to put on the sickle,and to reap the movement, and that the papers in the late- I
w lii in the present period of general ' hat vest of death. Dragged by the united nor of our State and neighboring States,are •
siistress, fall below the point of exemption. strength of a thousand human bodies,
becoming interested in the cause. From
and that of the other half a small number priests, victims, bramins and fa queers, its
the occasional flings at this movement.
• only . would rise much above that p o int.— approach is the signal for every species of I
And yet the undeveloped resources of 11- immolation. M u l t itudes ru sh froth Lim e which have appeared in our city papers,
linois are. almost boundless. The state is toI time to prostrate themselves under its we were at first inclined to regard it as!
larger than England aod Wales. By the w h ee l s , Which crush them to ntnms in a one of the many humbugs 'of the day. But •
Mississippi it is connected with the Gulf I moment. Others cut themselves with . from conversation with persons zealously
of Mexico, by Lake 'Michigan with the st. knives and dye the'car and its line of proa
Lawrence; and it has a most extensive in- gress with streams of blood; while their engaged in the cause, we are not disposed
ternal navigation, by means of several no - frantic relatises shunt with delight at the to regard it as Utopian altogether. The
ble rivers. The climate of that state is heart rending spectacle. Mothers cast their : Sylvaniao
s intend putihasing a domain of
mild; it contains, 1 suppose, a large body of infants into the track of the sanguinary five
or tea thousand acres of land, to or
land, not merely cultivable, but highly for- procession, and then turn to watch the
tile, as can be fouud lying together in the wild and wanton dance of the
k game.° groupes for the prosecution of lig-
Ueited States; it abounds in ,
various kinds c l a pping their hands and keeping time to riculture, horticulture, and the mechanic
of mineral wealth; it is situated about in the silver hells that tinkle round their arts. Their main object is to provide con
the centre of a horizontal field of bitumin• plight ankles, while their little ones writhe
I slant and agreeable occupations for all the
ous coal, which Mr. Lyell prommuced die in the agonies of death, I members—to divide the product of labor
other day to be as large as Great Britain; From this dials - 111(.31 idol w orship tho 1 .
!Ind it is inhabited by an industrious, frus British government derived, and we be- i according to acknowledged principles of
gal, intelligent people, most rapidly in- lieve, still derives, no incousiderable fund. ; justice, i. e. equitably among capital. tab
creasing in rimbers. That such a peop.le We have given the above sketch, that this I ent, time, and the kind of work dens; and
will for any length of time submit to lie un- Christian country may know what they Ito impart to all the immense advent
der the reproach and bear the loss incident gain in charrcter when they are called ups
which the economies introduced into the
to a total prostration of public credit I eau on to rejoice in the restoration of the Teill•
nevet believe. pie of Somnatafe—Lenrion Atlas. association can afford. Co these must be
"I say, gentlemen, the ltss as well as 9 added, perfect education, and the most
the reproach, fitr wide-spread and severe complete provision for old age. This we
aro told is the first thing to be attained; afs I
as has been the suffering in this country, , .
caused by the defaultof some of the states,
our own losses, public and private, I he. ter which will be developed the fullness of
lieve to have been greater. The stales
themselves. as govetnmeuts, have experi
enced the greatest embarrassments from
the sudden destruction of reedit (extending
alike to these states which have and those
which have not honoraby and promptly
met their obligations:) tin.t credit on which
scone, in some instances, they depended for
the resources necessary to complete and
render productive their public woiks.-
- The. general government of the United
States, after having paid off a public debt
of more than 200,000,000 of dollars, has
found itself unable to negotiate a trifling
loan in this great metropolis of the finan
cial world, whose superabundant, capital,
but for the default of some of the slates,
would have continued to he for those states
themselves, and for individuals, a vast gold
mine of unexhausted capacity. In addi
tion to these public embarrassments pri•
rate fortunes almost without unmhct have
been destroyed in the general wreck oft
which the failure of the States, as causei
u effect, is one of the principal ele.
meats. I doubt, if, in the history of
the world, in so short a period, such a
transition has been made from a slate of
high prosperity to one f genaral distress,'
as in the United States within the last 6
Years. And yet, gentlemen, the elasticity
and power of recovery in the country are
great beyond the conception of those who
do not knowit from petsonal observation.
Even within this disastrous period to
which I have alluded, a private commer-•
vial debt to .this country, estimated at
twenty five millions of pounds sterling,
fitts . been paid by the American merchants,
with as little loss to the creditors as would
attend the collection of
this an equal amount
of domestic debt, inor any other
But I will not detain you, gentlemen,
by enlarging on these topics. The sub•
ject, I need not tell you, is one on which,
in all respects, it is proper that I should
speak with reserve. 1 think I shall have
done my duty, if I hay.t convinced you
that I am keenly sensible of the suffer
ings of your constituents, and truly so
licitous for their effectual relief; and that
amidst all the uncertainties and delay
Which may attend the measures requisite
for that purpose; I still feel confident that
the time will come when every state in the
Union will fulfil its engagements.
36, Grosvenor-place, March 31."
The Temple of Somnauth.—The puh,
lie journals have nobly performed their du.-
ty on the subject of our Indiantneres policyhave and
proceedings. AU party its
been merged in the one great subject—
the stain - on the British character in India
by the atrocities and enmities of the Brit
ish army in their march from Cabool, and
the impious awarding of a triumph to Jug
gernaut by the restoration of the Tem -
ple of Somnauth, and the march of the san
dal-wood gates from Ghuznee.
Juggernaut has been appeased and
gratified, not only by the offering of the
sandalswood gates, but he snuffs from afar
the blood of the slain. He whom that
grim idols personates and enshrines wilt
receive this homage with fiendish delight.
What says an eye witness of the hot rible
nature of this worship which this monster 1
deity claims from his votaries, and of the
scenes-exhibited on-his days of high lean
vail—and let the reader bear in mind that
this is the idol propitiated, and this the
warship restored , by the exercise of the
British power in India:
'The. • iumph of the first great murderer
here more complete+ than in the
immediate vicinitrof the dark pagoda of
4 Juggurnaut. It is impossible to approach
this region of the shadow of death. without
inhaling thelabomittable effluvia of putrefac
tion, which, like pestilence, desolates the
neighoring shores. Inwarnerable human
skeletons, bleaching in the burning tat,
proclaim the insatiable ravages of this Mo
loch of the East. So deadly is the super
stitioa with which his myriads of votaries
are infected, and on
- the great festivals ev
ery aienue to his temple, for several miles
around, is crowded with voluntary victiias,
all of whom miserably perish—some by
fatigue—others by ingenious devices of
self-inflicted torture; their exclusive ob..
jest death, and if they can trail their
'charred and blackened bodies' within the
borders of a sanctuary, the walls of which
JA TIES BUCIIA.NAN,
subiect to %sic decision of a Zintiolial Cooveution.
DAILY MORNING POST.
Tag. riIILLIPfI 4• Wit. II• ANITII ,113)11 - 0 2 8 AJOD PR OPRISTOIIs
Sale of the Pubic Works.
The propositiou for the sale of the Pub
lic Works, has had a favorable effect on the
state stock in the Philadelphia market. The
day after the passage of th 3 bill ha d been
a nnounced, five per cents,which were sold
the day previous at $4O, rose to 45. and
before the board closed some sales were
made f0r.,546. This indicates something
more than confidence in the State stock:
it shows with what avidity the stock spec
ulators would seize on the public improve
*Dents, and how eager they are to grasp
the stupendous works that have cost the
peop'e so much to construct. It will ly3
an unfortunate day for Pennsylvania, when
the main line of her improvements is sur
rendered into the bands of a corporation,
for not a tithe of what they have cost, and
leave the balance of our imimense debt to
be wrung from the peorle by taxation.
A corporation, with the control of our
Canals and Rail Roads,will rule the State.
It will, like the U. 5: Bank—only with
more power to accomplish its purpose—
declare open hostility against the State. if
its wishes should be thwarted, & if the ex
ecutive and Legislature u - nu!d have virtue
enough to l reject its bri`)es.thay would have
to meet its vengeance. To talk about rog.
ulating such a corporation by law is all
idle. Experience has shown that a legia.
lature is unequal to the task of regulating
a banking institution , or if they do make
laws for such a put pose, they are never en.
forced. How, then, would they regulate
a corporation with all the power and pat
ronage of four hundred miles of public
provernents to influence legislationl It is
folly to suppose that any restraint could
he placed on such a corporation. If a vil
lage batik with a few thousand dollars of
paper money, can bia!defiance to the laws,
how much more cause is there to dread
that such a monopoly as this, would not
only violate all laws made for the purpose
of controlling it, but would, through it cor
rupt power, change the government
into a mere creature of its will. The
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 151.3
e e FirAt vaure
stances of the power•of corporations to car. '
rupt every branch of the government, are
of too recent date to have been forgotten
by th. people, but all the evils that have
come upon us through such means, would
be nothing compared to the overshadowing
influence of a company possessing the
cent' ol of our public improvements.
The Norfilk .9ffair. —The "Old D
minion" of Ftiday says:—The Examins.
non of M. Cook, jr. for the murder of Mel.
zar Gardner, has just closed, 'and resulted
in ihe remanding of the prisoner. We
underslaml he has slime been admitted to
lGail in the suns of len ihousnad dollars!!!
Murderer Indentified.—The person
named Horn, who murdered his wife in
IVl2ryland a short time since, an account of
which wo published on 'Monday, hto been
indentified in the Nloyamensing prison, by
a Mr. Kelly of Baltimore county.
New York--The Presidency.
The democratic members of the Now
York Legislature, held a meeting on the
evening of the 17th, at which resolutions
recommending the re-nomination of Mr.
Van .Buren were adopted. The meeting
proposed that the national Convention
should be held on the 4th Difonday in No
vember neat, as suggested by the States
of Tennessee, Missouri and Virgin'-
The last N. Y. Atlas contains a po
t ~ ~~
Franklin non.:e, Phindetphin.
In another part of our. paper will be
found the advertisvment of J. M. Sander.
sou & Son, the Proprietors of the Frank.
liu House, Philadelphia. Its location, as
described, presents all the facilities so des
airable to the traveling public, but the sur
passing comforts and conveniences to be
found there, must be experienced in order
to be appreciated.
The house is constructed upon a plan
entirely new in this country; every room
presents a convenient parlour by day,
and a large and well ventilated bed room
by night. The price of each room is fixed
according to its location and size, and de
scends as they approach the roof. The fea
ture in the management of the Franklin
House, which distinguishes it from all the
hotels of its class in the country, and gives
it as we think, a decided advantage, is its
"Restaurant," where the, guests can be
supplied with meals at any hour from 7
o'clock in the morning till 12 at night; and
can regale themselves upon the simplest
fund or the rarest delicacies to be found in
the market, just 83 they feel disposed. 1 1
Upon entering the "Restaurant," the,
visiter observes about three dozen mall
tables, sot out in the most neat and elegant
style: A bill of fare, (one of which can
he seen at our office,) is handed him by a
clean, well dressed white waiter. He
concludes to make a breakfast on Coffee,
Bread, Butter and Shad, and in three min
utes the articles prepared in the best possi-
We manner arc before him. He asks the 'I
clerk of that part of the concern for his'
bill, which is as follows:
Coffee— 10 cts.
Bread Sr., Butter-5 cis.
Shad— 15 cts.-- 30 cents.
This being paid, he seeks his business
or his pleasures. He returns when it suits
him to dine, and is certain of finding a
warm, well cooked meal at any time.—
And if he should not return to dinner at
all, ho doss not have it to pay for.
After a week's experience of this mode
of living, we were clearly of opinion that
It was, by long odds, the' most desirable,
way of taking mine ease at mine intl . !
We are pleased to learn that the enterprise The unpaid National Debt of Great Brt
and industry of the gentlemanly proprie...tain amounts to nearly £800,000,00 0 titer.
tors meet with deserved encouragement. I
• ling The interest of the "Natiunal Debt is
The cross on the Moon.—lt appears about -f28,700 000.
that this strange phenomenon which was,
Montreal is to be the seat of government
seen at Fort Leavenworth, was also dir., in Canada, and Quebec the Military head
covered near Wiscassat, in Maine. A quarters:
Kennebec paper says: "The man who saw
The legislature of Missouri have author
it was hauling a load of goods for a concern'
ized the purchase of a site for a tobacco
in this town, and he related the story to
warehouse, at St. Louis, and have set apart
our informant; and on reference to their
$35,000 in State Bonds for that purpose.
books, the date pnd time agree. It was --_____
seen here between four and five o'clock James B. Whiting, Esq., of New York,
the morning,lind at Fort Leavenworth at 3 has resigned his office as District Attor
o'clock—which is about the difference in -
time. When we first read the above from
the Philadelphia Inquirer we did not think
it worth notice, supposing that whatever
was seen mast have been a cloud or other
opaque matter in the atmosphere near by:
but if the same thing was seen in Maine,
here must have been soma nebulous body
making its transit across the moon at a
distance far beyond our atmosphere."
On the day of the election in New York
last week, a maa named William Vail, bit
off the right side of the nose of George
Mount, in a scuffle caused by rum and pol
itics: He escaped the pursuit of the officers
of justice until Thursday, when he was
arrested and committed in default of 83,•
Moses Singleton is the Tyler candidate
for Gpvernor an Tenneasee.
The Library Committee of the begisha
lure dismissed this gentleman from the of
flee of State Librarian a few days before
the adjournment. We have seen his in
competency given as a reason for his res
moval, but from the fact that the Legisla
ture voted him a present of $3OO, we'
would infer that there were some other
motives for removing the Doctor. Be
this as it may, we feel certain that the
"East Smithfield Committee," will take
the matter int') consideration and lay all
the facts before the, world in general, and
and Bradford county in particular. Let the
Library Committee tromble.
C o mmit.sioners
The f farrishurgh papers contain a notice
to the Democratic State Central Commit
tee to meet at Buehler's on next Saturday
evening, to adopt measures preparatory to
the nomination of democratic candida tea for
the office of Canal Commissioners.
A Monster.—A Paris paper state., tto
an immense wild boar was recently killed
in the forest of Raulaing, in the Vosges.—
It weighed six hundred and fifteen pounds.
One of the bunters had a narrow escape.
the animal rushed upon him and would in
evitably have destroyed him; hut kneeling
down, he took deliberate aim at his head.
and was fottunate enough to put a hullei
in its brain, when its tusks were within a
few feet of him. The creature had been
bunted in vain for teu yPars, and had, it
was calculated, received 1,200 shots, and
killed upwards of 50 dogs. Two pounds
of bullets were taken :rut of the beast's
Hard Times in Delaware.—A portion
of the citizens of Sussex county. (Del.)
have determined to oppose the collection of
debts by force; their circumstances being
such that they have hardly wherewith to
support their families; and if their creditors
execute and sell their property they will
he left without the necessaries of life and
a home. To avert these evils, a portion of
t hem have united, and are determined to
prevent any sheriff or constable's sales to
king place in their section of the Star'.
'We believe the murper which recently
was perpetrated at Cannon's Ferry, arose
out of this state of affairs.
Theatre on Fire.--The Washington The.
etre was on fire on Wednesday, but no
great damage done. The Globe thinks
that if the Theatre was consumed it would
n ot be L unch loss, as there has been no
ood actors there for many years.
John Smith a gnin.—John Smith (the
genuine) is playing at the People's Thi3a—
tre, Cincinnati. We knew that John was
a man of versatile genius, hut we never
dreamt of his having a taste fur the stage'
We wish him crowded houses.
SI Fruitful Trip.—Atthe time t e /0
do's of Liberty took that big load of pas
sengers, cattle, &..., to St. Louis, ther.
were born on board ono child, sevzn pigs
one calf and ten little puppies.
Melancholy .11ccident.—A boat freight.
ed with flour, having on hoard four hands ,
recently passed through the rapids of
James river where it runs through the Blue
Ridge. The boat was broken to pieces,
the cargo wholly lost, and three of the
The coasumption of milk in Boston,
Mass., annually is set down at 2,000,000
gallons; and in London, with a population
fifteen times larger, the estimated annual
consumption is only 2,500,000 gallons.
Some anonymous donor has presented
to the Bishop of London 45,000, to be ex,-
in building a church in London.
The Jubitee Trumpet is the name of a
Miller paper in Cincinnati.
Some years ago the income of John Ja.
cob kstor, was said to amount to £750,000
Specie.-87,264,323 was imported ink
New Orleans doting the six months end
ing on the Ist inst.
Wesley, in the course of his itinerancy ,
is supposed to have _travelled 300,000
miles and to have preached about 40,000
.What is a bulll' inquired a schoolmas.
ter of his hopeful pupil. 'A Hirish figger
of speech,' was the reply.
.! Glorious English Bull— In one _our
English Exchanges, (the largest London
newspapers of the 11th alto.)
. we find the
following paragraphs, oven' which we have
had a hearty laugh, viz:—"An important
decision of the Supreme Coutt in Arkan
sas Upright, is reported in the New Or
leans Bulletin, of the 2d ult.. from which
paper we take the following extract:"
•Arkansas Upright! —T h e Supreme
Court of Arkansas, in delivering their
opinion in the case 'of Conway and others,
exparte, as trustees of the Real Estate
Bank, upon an application of a writ of
mandamus, say, 'should the assets of the
corporation prove insufficient to pay its
creditors, then the state is responsible for
whatever amount, &c." The English
editor says: "This decision of the Supreme
Court is the more important. as by the
constitution of the United States, the judi
ciary have the power to prevent the exe
cution of any law contrary to the consti-
This "Arkansas Upright" must be a
queer State! The Supreme Court of "Ay-
Ittnsas Upright" being synonymous with
the Supreme Court of the United Stases
The Norristown Free Press says:_We
are pleased to tern that the extensive Iron
Works of our enterprising friends, Messrs.
Reeves & Whitaker, at Phcenixville, are
d..iug a larger business than they hays ev—
er done heretofore. Tha Cotton Factory
at the same place, we understand, is also
doing a good business. The Iron works
of Mr. Mason
.are undergoing repair, and
consequently not in operation. The Roll
ing and Nail WOrks of R. C. Nicholis &
Co ,in this place, are undergoing a thor—
ough repair, by the introduction of new
Rolling machinery, and will goon be in op.
Henry Clay ie ikt. borne
Martin Van Buren do
J C Calhoun do ,
R M Ilhnson do (running for Congea
Winfield Scott is no place in particular.
The nomination of W illiam Wilkins for G,}ver
nor, by some of the 'democratic' party; is a beau
tiful comment on their consistency, for Mr. Wil
kins was and is a federalist!—Forum.
Wilkins was a federalist, but is a democrat.
This is tho correct way of it
Dan Macblo i 8 in Dayton,
Mr. Ntteready, the le<see of Drury-lane ttwa
CO hll.l accepted a1113%+ play by Sheridan KnowleB
0z:7 -Nicholas Biddle is cultivating flowerg an.
raining grape vin:a in Andalucia.
Chas. F. Mitchel is boa white.wasbor in Sing
Ys 70731 ZEIL.•
14 feet water in the channel
Al Boats marked thus ( 1 ) aro provided w
Evans ofty Guard.
tcportel by Sue.m.a & , I.trettst., General S. B
Ag• nis, No 5, Market street.
•Michigan, ;talcs, Beaver.
%Clevela d, Ilemphil, do.
Allegheny, Dean, Ciucionati,
Little Mail, fl.o.ktil, Brownsville.
Etna, -, Brownsville,
Empress, Hank, N Orleans.
Empire Davis Portsmouth
*Cleveland, Demphil l , Beaver,
•Micliigan, Baics, do
Dresden, --, Zanesville,
Allegheny, Doan, Cincinnati,'
New haven, Page, Wabash,
;Muskingum Valley. Hazlett, Zanesville,
Bridgewat,r, Ebbert. Wheeling,
Per steamer Allegheny, from Cincinnati-121.
kegs lard and 4 bbls Oil to W. Bingham; 125
hive bacon to Clark & Thaw; 125 (Ards bacon to
P McCormick; 15 bales cotton to J Forsyth& Co.;
100 bales hemp and 75 lihdeToba , cer to Walling
ford & Taylor. 33 cabin passengers,2o way do..
and 52 on deck.
Per steamer Empress, Hauck, from New Or%
leans-415 bales hemp to H& P Graff; 240 do
for J Forsyth & Co ; 38 hhds Bacon for Poin.-
dexter, Rey & Cu; 32 do for Dalzell k Flemming . .
bbls, 20 half bble and 49 kegs sugar for J Wag•
goner; 15 kegs cit for J W Burbridge. $l5OO in
specie to owner.
Per steamer C o lumbiana, Murdock,from Whee•
ling-500 hills Flour fur —;200 bbls apples for
I o wner; 25 hhds tobacco for
What a Change.
At this time last year not more than five
or six steamboats were ever seen receiving
and discharging freight; and then they ar
rived and departed but half loaded. About
twenty boats were laid up for want of em
ployment,and nearly all that were running
Now, however, the wharf presents a dif
ferent aspect. We yesterday counted
twenty two boats busily engaged; the
wharf was covered with merchandise, and
not a single boat is laid up.
The following are the names of the
boats that were lying at the wharf at
12 o'clock yesterday:
Little Mail, Allegheny,
Etna, Queen of South,
Alpine, West Point,
Alps, Indian Queen,
Herald, New Haven,
Lancaster, Jas Rose,
Empire. Mo. Mail,
North Bend, Belle of Pittsburgh
... ` ~'» ;
Labt night but three of the csvgliZOlTirilt t•i . Mims
MELTON riot Mt L
me,it A 7,lrs F
THANt. nod slight of
The music for the ' 11,,ra et the POOR SOLDLER
havilig ta , rived it will he stied for the fii , t time ibis
nasty, ... IVedgesiahl the 26th Wt.
Previous to which the favorite comedy of
Doom open at 7 o'clock, Performance to eon..
mem) at half paid 7
Laver Boxes, 50 cent.; I Second Tier, 37i cents
Pitt, 25 ° Gallery. 12h coots
NEW JIRIMNGEMENT a
- Vii 4* 41.4 A
Passage and Remittances to and from Great Britata out *
I VII E subscribers having concluded their arrangement
JI.. for extending the:r business,nre nt all times preps
red make arrangements for bringing outliasseage by
ships °Mc Brat ciao., A'merican built, anti comm
by careful and experienced men. who are well and favor
ably known in the trade. Tbis Line being
n the older,
of the port of New York. it lo hardly ecessall to say
that the arrangements are mature and complete. and
from t h n fact that a veep( 119 PCIII out every six days, it
I 5 evident that no nnnnecessary delny to passengete OM
occur, A free patentee per toe:mho - at from 'lreland oi
Scotland. can be engaged. and when those settled tar de
cline routing out, the money is always refunded to OA
parties from whom it was received, without dedustille.
Apply to SAMUEL TEIOMP8015•11.
- GRIMS Old.established Passage Oilice,2l3 Pearl
G. HAW t
10 Cores Piazzas,Liverpool.
Ernfts and eichanges at eight, and for any away,
can be furnished on R. C. Glynn t Co., Bankers. Los
don, It Gritosimw t Co., Liverpool; the National Bask
of Scotland; National Bank of Ireland; nod Nostbstro
Banking Co. Apply to PETER RA gPiPtestil.,—;. ,
Chatham street, near the Fourth street road. opposite
the Welsh Church. road
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER
THREE BIG DOORS.
THE euberriber would respectfully inform his Milo.
mere and the public generally, that notwltbstandtag
the unprecedented sales at the Three Big Doors, ditties
the present season; he lies s till on hand the latgtall sad
most varied assortment of elegant CLOTHING that earl
be bought west of the mountains. The public may test
assured that all articles o ff ered at his
are maisele-" n "
tared from Plt ESTI GOODS, purchased la the Casette
markets this Spring ,and made into garments by Ma
In consequence of the multiplication of slop shops la
our city. tilled with pawn.brokers,clothes and the musty.
cast off.mtrments of former eersons,frorn the eastern el.
ties, the public should be cautious to ascertain the char..
aster of the establishments is which they are invited to
1 pnrchnse, before they part with their money. The ar
ticles offered at several of the concerns In this city, are
the mere 'otrals of New York and Philadelphia slop
shops, and sent out here to be palmed off on the Pitts.
Micah pnblir. Purchafers should be on their guard st.
gainsi these impositions, and they may rely on the bell
that no establishment that advertises eastern leads Close.
ing. can gives! good an article or an advent:mg:toilets/al.
gains as ran be la ri a t the "'Three Big Doors."
The public will please remember that all the gabled.
her's g irmects are made In this city, by competent wort.
men. and not gathered up like the goods now °Cared by-
the nbirds of passage" from the shreds and patches of
eastern slopshops. It will always he his endeavor to
maintain the reontation that the siThree BM Doers"
have obtained for fttrnishing it superior style of mina.
iNG in every respect, and at prices below those otsay
He would again return his thanks to his friends a ad
tha public for the unprecedented patronage Lestpered
upon his establishment, nod believing that they haVe
fonnd it.to their advantage to deal with him, be would
repeat his invitation to ntl those who wish to marshals.
Clothing o f every description at the lowest price to Sall
nt No. 151. LIBBFLTSI Ss. JOHN bi'CLOSKY.
rrObserve Metal Plate in the pavemont. an 26.
inLECTU on this week, on
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday evening?, and on
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday's of the two fol
lowing weeks, in the 31 Presbyterian; Chu*.
con3menchig at half past 7 o'clock. Tickets um
be had at the stores of C. C. Henry Sr. Co., Wood
street; W. W. Wilson, Market et., and other morn
hers of the Committee. ap 26
J. 111. Sanderson & Son,
FRANKLIN HOUSE, PIIILADELPIIIA.
/PIM elegant establishment has been in operation dor.
.1. ing the last nine months, and n otwithstanding the
general depression of hnsiness,. it has met and auffitsin
ed the ap;,robation of the public and yielded to the pro.
prietore a full cOmpent‘ation for their labor and alters- •
lion . Itn location being in Chestnut street, in the las
mediate neighborhood of the Post office, the Exchange,
Banks, the Steamboat landing, the most business part of
Market street and the places of a musement, it pretstels
to ;he business comninni.y or those visiting the city MI
pleasure, ell the facilities and comforte eo desirable to
the travelling public. Its arrangment, also, enable's/le
guest to regulate his expenses, and to live in • style St
elegance or economy railed to his notlonsor dispositiens.
The facility of procuring. tneele al any hour, and of pi,
tine that which the appetitelcravev , is also a sayer of
time which the Wiriness portion of the guests know IMF
to appreciate. The proprietors, therrfoid, solicit the
custom of their old fri.nrlcan il promise trsantillulleers
of their exertions to make then,' comfortable.
ap 25-3 m.
Corner of Penn (S• St. Clair sts. Pillab'gh.
rain E. Proprietors of this elegant and conatuodiossesi .
JL tabhahment, beg leave to announce to their friss&
and I be public, that their price fur Board , from tbhr date.
Is reduced to. ONE DOLLAR PER DAY. •
From the locality of this house, being situated iiinti&
way between the Canal and Steamboat landings, as d trif
the great thoroughfare to Allegheny city. the prreprill.
tors trust, that with continued exertions on their pert.
they will be enabled to atrord every attention and Wit
ity required for the comfort and conventence of ItioN,
guests. and hope to merit a continuance of the pateani•
age that has hitherto been so liberally extended to them.
The principal Stage and Packet otricce, are connected
with the Hotel, and for the better neeoenaiodst* it
their guests, an Otartilies will at all times be n o r
nest to convey them to and front the Donee.
ap 2s-3m. McKIBIIIN t SMITIO.
Prrrentitou, P 4.
Board, $l,OO per day,
THE Proprietors of this new and extensive Hetet' se
spectfulty returns his thanks for the very Übe
mitrona.r,e that has teen extended to him since the open.
Ing of the Ittunoughela !louse; and being always analogs
to consider the eurnfo t and accommodation of hia peat*,
t ekes this opportunity of informing them that, in eonfor•
may with the . 0 3pirlt or the Times:" his charger km
Boarding after this date, will be reduced to (Joe Dollar
tie hopes that this al rangemont will meet wit) rho
approbation of his friends and the travelling community
In general, tie would also state, that the same order
and attention will be observed in every department of
the establishment that has already characterized the
ilononaahela House. JAM ES ERDMAN.
ap g 3t Proprietor.
yEspEnDAY afternoon. Sllnaery here near the MM..
tier or 4th and Wood sta., a pair of Gold Spetta,
des. The 6 sder will be liberally rewarded, if he wilt
leave them at the store of the sulweriber. No. 56 Wood
street. 1. P.SfUART,
ap 25.--St. .
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