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:IF.- .( lrnestial/4 Jtrii/ 11, 1 414.
"bur'caiintry's' frog we ruled, •
. OUr. hopes now high aro iipirardi rising;
In burning words-it.there displays -•
- The , nameri - tifl3t - iviiiid - Fiit - pisuunyseuL •
Ftll2 PR ESIDT;I4;r: '
HENRY ..01 - AY
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or KENTUcIdr: • ' •
R:=VJ -PRESIDENT,
THEODORE` FRELINGHUYSEN,
OF NEW JERSEY.
=Era
, TOILVt.OVER:III4II4- 1 . •
G.EN.'"JOSEPH MARIcLE.
'F AVES'I'MbI2.ELA,N
4:01r CANAL, tONIMIESLONEIZ,_ !
ot
. .
~'or"d7ie Sale ofihe ..[Pinfn Line
DEMOCRATIC.V/RIG
SPECIILLY "POE TILE PUBLIC EYE."
OUR
11.7 - a'ound.brational Qurrenci,Jegulated -by'the
iv ill and tinth May ibe ati
2. - An adequate Revenue, with fair Protection to
American Industry.
3. 3uatlestraints on the' Executive power,
bracing a further restriction on the exercise of
,
4. A faithful administration of the public domain,
with en equiltable distribution of the proceeds
. . of sales of it among all the.tates.
'honest and economical administration of
the General Government, leaving public officers
perfect freedom of thought •ailfroT the right: of
stiffritge; buit with suitable restraints against
- improper interference-in elections. -
6.. An amendment to the Cimstitutien, limiting
tlle incumbent of the 'Presidential_ office to a.
. SINGLE TERM, - •
- These objects attained, I think that wa should
chase to lie ended with bad ,administration of
Gofernment .--HENRY Odr, • -
I'4 E_.DIF
Whig Dethock'aiy,
~_ .._l~~,v~~gEs~L~nar~crxox._
. "A' TARIFF—Pro.
ducing an 'adequate Re.
venue; with fair Pro.
Motion to American In.
•
4"I think that the pro.
`visions'of lite. Tariff of
k]842, - iti'the main, are
wise and proper, as pre•
tection to manufactures '
-----and.commerce isrin-fact
whatever it ,muy bale
form, ',eneourato hent tO
•agricullure 1 The cut.
tivator of the soil is con.
• - - scions of the grmi't ad.
' vantages of having a.
longside of him the
blacksmithcand th; wheel
, wright, the saddle and
, the .harness maker, the
....ilor_4l.l4arteryth,
maker, ihtcalo'bet mak
er; and masons anq car
penters. Ilis comforts
and theirs are both are
both increased-lry such
• proximity, and thief are
enabled to augment:ltch
manufaittges - and pro.
.• 'cluttions. Rut of what
avail woultit be CS mul
tiply them,without corn.
merce, foreign and do.
Ameatic, whose office is
• to distribute the surplus
prortuce of ngrtwilkure
and of the fabrics of tile
meclianic.and'manufitc,
, • turer
tiSNRY
- Such are the evidences orthe political faith of
' the - Whig and Locofeco candidate for the Preel.
• dency. The zealous advoeste and steadfast friend
-of American Industry on iTie one hand—and:the•
declared friend of Free Trade, . - Foreign Pauper
! - Lahor,•Biltieh Competition, on the' other ! Work.,
• P ing-rnenifilochanics',sFarmeri,judge.yo from the'
-evidences! :Which will.du support - 4 Can you,
-yeri; Inuit:a l to 7
_ .
tioii.tios, of Sont.VOnrolitn,
• Our. !ate Igluinter,tn Mexico; and the_man_witti inev
moyed . in.CnngFien.iillq. the Indepnndeneo!oi
as be reoini*Kl, has come out nkains,ktinnexatinn ;
-in
, re:Mailigso • •
• cf:Y.The Whig fires, Say! „ ,l4.fie' Albany Evening
- - - ,- -;Jcinrritirlove - burnhavvi)frirriwonteil7brrgiftigistrili-,
all
patilioc.t6_cOuntysc_
l a n e
_ .., ciaficf.. fires a;ran;batit,b:rigtt Pt!! otvn '
i
to_otate Is taking `the-16cr
. y,
'iiill . receivo a ; majority! of •rp.anytholliquidli*g7cni
en&erilithtenedTrierrie . n';',P
',
'fires p ocitsi nio I vAii
Bugle W4' "iier;.'
- Duro. our It'Vhilifrieiukobotk :at 4114 , 4644
' that / :411e 'pl4' „ lcuyst9uo,lurty , duuirt• is au f$
for c!., ,, t;:ir,-Fa . Er.rpOp,nrifiN, nod Muft)ruii-: Me, are;
• , 1411110 i ettilca Our . o;ij toriul rep u tation
Va .
,wUroiluncitipuU,
• 'the' Weet,'3¢api,d
fireit
.duty;; and iiii;elllheir
,-14#,*UsUtijii , 111111611U3 c`" 7 , -7- w''* l
N findbyrecent tun: ,
‘, ~m ultefitsoblo,,llpKußostrittiorief Oat, :A4k; biro xl dna
ourre frlipdp,pf.6o.49r9oo,
1 )4 0 , nn iv+p ow
thay;theicili'n,Rl)4;,•of,qt , #,qt!te
-
_ „,
• ~,,,r'7*,, _ --.. ~, l-folowng,
',viva' 'the 0 •
''' ' liii;ilSlNl9P3f. ,
~ , d e ieloOd in
,70Er,, ?i'01,:i":-00:` siook.P!ln°l/deii 44
twol4l,fii 149ther
7,41F10/0:4"",71; ..'1,41404411•N1i4 .-:, ', ' :',.
14hat tiisifoiLA IT," 9f Ivilimpc:',,- ic-: , ,
' ~,,idtiiiet-oltiiAlk .-2'`,77.1,-A, t'..r-t`;'.4,-
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to in , I'. k• .-1,r4i11,
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. I alit, with great respect, I
- •• Ilearpir, year ob't servaiir, — . — " —
„
--`, ' JAMES K. POLK. ._
Joi. - rt. KAl.l#; Esq. Philaddpiliii, . -
. •
, • Here, says the N. Y. Tiptine, is the
latest virniSh ant.. Pollee opinions; will
- it answer? What. :deep it a'mount,:lo-3 : ,..4'4
H ciw does it • qualify iv h a the has
been . saying ? -- , He in btillglek,k
_ th a t, _ iv-
_pei .no tit . ditty On .7Clettiiii- -a iitio4s,
and 25 on Woollen was anifiieTiotepii4,;-:
and : that,- in his liiilkotent„ Wool shoutclrb s —,
admitted duty•free, -- Hedeelareffliasrimii: -
inor that.a'Protedliiie - Tariff aniF.Distribu-
EC=
OPINIONS iOF4, K, POLK
ON THE TARIFF,__ _.
"I AM TN FAVOR'
OF 12,EDUCIN1; TIIE•
DUTIES TO THE
RAESOFT-FIECOM.,
PROIVIISEAcT,
EI4E TFIE W-Fll9
CO: ' ESS FOUND,TIIE.I ON THE 30th
OF JUNE, 1842."
fPa filet Specch_lit
ilfekson
3d, 184
himself and the Whigs 1. Does he -now
repOdiate tbet sentiment ? .11eirgaed,over
and over last summer, ancl printed - in his
speech at Jackson, that the present Taritt
ought to be abrilished, and altniform twen
ty per cent. -duty nnposa v d in stead—the
same on Shoes and on Leather as on tildes
- "Tho difference 'be.
tween the Whig patty
and myself. is, whilst
they are theadvocates
of DISTRIBUTION &
MOW WI
—the same on ready made Clothing as on
Cloth Or raw Silkthe same on ',Hats as
ou Fors, dressed sod . undressed—twen
per Cent. on Iron and all- kinds of Hard
wit*: Tools, &C. &c. How is this, Me
chanics and Artisans? Does this satisfy
you ? If lie, go • ahead, and vote for Polk
and Dallas?;, 7f this is What you want,
'they' are your•men. But if .yoti are of a
different opinion—if you think that thoSe
foreign fabrics, which come.in tom:petition
with the rodeos of .your toil oughtio'be ,
taxed hi her than. the raw materials whiehl
you - wo up and which our Country 'does:.
not pro uce—if you - think Boots and Shoes'.
should-be charged - higher duties than . Raw
Hidesif yob think Fur on the skin should
--vieasurestohieVcon.
alder ruinous to tfie in
!fresh' of the country
and especially to 010 in
terests of the Planting
Slatca—l have steadily
and at all times opposed
'both."
• [Same Speech? pub
lisped by hithself.)
"17y own opinion ir,
that Wool omill — ice
duty free."
[Congressional (Mint
es, Vul. 9, page 1174.
•
be admitted o
cheaPer than Fur Hats—how
yrratet.foryolk—and ANUS? : Will
yOU.6e4ifiled empty words?
.Pioiec
tion to,yOur labor—against the 'depressing
conipetithin 'of unpaid Foreign labor js r c•ii-'
)her - right or wrong. If •wrongi vote for
Polk and . ttallai. -If ;tight;. vote for your-
VelTerbe Clay and Frelinibuy,
salt. '' •
Comparethe , rollowing,extrtct from Mr. CI kite
Lofpr_tt.), Georgia, svaktbat.f. Mt Folk , pkace r tl'
ittanst it, viz: . • ,
V - __ , .. .
Mtt...OLAir.-..... Mn.m POLE.- -- •
mt ittid' resighod my iii 'AM
TO THE - TAR
itoatitimittF - StilTito ,-- -vilioo - — 7 pi
the• pct-of 1892 : Passed. ACT.....QF tiIE ..L.V.IZ.i
WithoutiCONGRESS,-consider.;g to oz. CONGRESS,oblitailei. - ;
.pkoically,..opinion_:ap_on iaait.to'.bf.i. itt.maaY:io,
6Very i tem of tho Tariff; apitota:aLthiaiharaotc.r-:71-WOULD
: 7 1 - WOULD SAY THAT lAM IN .FAVOR OF
4 .2 - Till NIC- , TH E -PRO. RRPLIALIN6r. - ' - : - T,HAt
- V1810N8..,./Nr .-THE ACT , toiil ieatikring qie
MAIN ' 'WISE .'l Allto Coaopromiso.Tarq of
.r.qt O PER"-agept. l. l.3iMetrah '2;11833:' - May '
"43, - ,-Lette.r—to,,a ,an . r,i 1,5,1843: ißoply,itt,gl!. : ,
:rnifieOf - 04otiffilVAii:8:;ii:Fiia'Of: -..7:ean5aqi..,,,,,,
...ilier.i..fa:tiia':diffOVenae : , itit.c natiiihat".'..,'Pitly•
- men : - iiitiy:44,'"..iiii.:,Clpy:til - iiiti•*4h.'. - ti :i'reo
,a7Tailiv-:tiiiiif , fte; , )47i:..yaii , •:lllifen',7; iitid: 01' . pliy'
agree` Oat dutiesought: , tol, tie .. laid. forßevenu e '
.. 1 . ,
;illoo kir lio , irriOderatoe clip oi I i atoryvoad ~ 01- . :thilV- - #'.
1 7 6, i, itaf gMip l tips4lo4krolart a 71WIaNO.they
iciTootivoly'e ‘ opoaotO do ? r _ Mr. Clay says,-'Sue.
S i lF; . fr' ii :! i S' 4 9.
-Ibioli;firihwi,aiiii baak s tO'aisitnity. io:ient.
,Tariirtit;iit':lB42.k!'lli44. ifitilieitibl Ot Ilia'taiiV'
.tiiii,.. : 4l.l.'_: • Li.i*it',:f,. : fl=Jjy2i.!.::::•A,l , ,ri , t , 42..iL!„.3.:.'
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.;' ' iivett.4l4ol iin.—Arreeti...; : ,•, .:.,
. : c 'o; 4 iiiii t OiliteliaiiiiiiPaiiiiiii'd:6(l4iticiklmiles
144:Our. , Couti..of - giaiiteir.. , SeiiiiiOlifit` , itayto ' corn.
lii.°l.C3d li'''flillAnd'.llor4P4il:'!n4eliiiition,:iritoiiii;
,stumorinAts . qpgagiicfirofltti -. riat9lol,liilii i tillr
-inB°l4l Mt k i72?:# lC° o, l N: ' fY ll o 4o :,o l-
) 9 ii* , 10 3 9cifP!*tt:
' s6...,ibil , ; - 17e k t ii. 4.1. 4iil:4o4l#VAl49u!lbo,llh?llv'Pke*9lPld!l-
thiVciik4iiiiigai*airkk.!;ifg'Pkiii are
l iii3i4iliil4o.l9Wili vdiniiiijihilate'4V.t.iii.4 out'
iko'iiiilii;•iiii,fl"iittei4ioikil.464Fasiiiie:4-itr i iih i i,
it'flitlq l ',4i!!'ilrii6f!t:.-FOtillYiikoo 7-, *;• - ;t:••vr'-Yil:'
;
W I 9 ', T 640 04ii " WI. i 0 ; :; iiiihi;ilEdi tar ,1 0 , 4 14 r
14 141 ' P I O ! .1 1 "U 1 .4 11 1 /c*i400,0. 0 .0 V # 1 4i:01 , 0 ,
Ific...? f fi:iJY, l tli! i g/ I— ft! l ?u, l, 4;t'ill,!!..it ,l °M . ,4o,4't
3 1 '0 1 94K:1 43 a9" A!' l'e !iPg,•""ill .11 #4Pilail4iii'.
,Osuooja:**er„h•ei apit, , :iii*eilitiiie4 , ll',. , 7!.'
Ili; biiii itiot (*Stiiiik ti'l l**4444:iirTiniliilie'
— ' - '4llo§746ol4iiiin 7 ' " NatiOitiiliViii,
..„ .
"30 ioai ,
',grovige
flPhttl(rPOLtON' THE. TAAIFFi
;Mr , `
mfitiOi:urlon-llya*padon--4411k:
ant
Ite R 7ll l lic O rc '; n f hht . I' l l l l = Pr?..eP„.t?'?
imentiein thii`Whig impei j a,'addriiidad ,
dater to Mr. , P. requesting a re-atate
'meat of his opinions respeeting' the Tariff,
Mr:".4llh(a 'tide - paOdiah ' ili4e q
ate left toinfewhat its tenertiiiiiiit.fil4
been. We have not a shadow pf- doubt,
that it said i leubaiance;"Mr: Polki - theso
anti-firciteetive—doeirines—wont-do - -for
,
Pennsylvania you must us . some..
thing better, or we are , pone Mr,
Polk accordingly undertakes to give them
a something that will a4wer.; 4pre,it
- 2 ,A . 01.13111 n n i -Te n une -197:1 8
Brarblir-- , 1-have-reecived - feeently - mverat-let
tern in refeiene * lii My.orinions en the stihject of
- the - teriffrancl,uniong-othera-yoinotAlie_l_Oth_uh r
iilmo.. My . npini ns on , thin, - ,enhject - hoie been'
linen elven toil: . üblim ". Thdy are'to be found,,
in My public act -andin,ttlie'public . .diseessione
in which I have lartieipaied...
.., 7* --*
am in'llll7o of aliiillrfor revenue , a
nie, such One:,
siVill yield-'sufficient amount to the Treasury;_
tij-detray the expenses of Government' ecorami.'.
Bully adminiitered.'''lnadj oeting tint details'of,a.
.revenue tariff,: finite heretofore an nctioned such
inodMate . diseriminating duties; as could print*
;the mniinint of AeVenue . needcd,ibicl 'at th e garne t
liine• - afford -reasnnable , lntidowtalAlioteetion - to
out„hoine inctu-try.- I-am-opposed to a tariff for' ,
prateetion.nierety, Mid not for revenam *. '‘ -
---Actini.upon - thesetenciallirinciplesi i Vie-well
'kiiiiiwn• that I -- Mi - iie itriTii - pniftENte7J) . Oliefof .
lienera I .7ackson'arii4iiiirififfaliiiiiTanThis inibject..
I voted againstllte tarill'actoflB2B. 1 voted-for
shin. act of Ign, which contained modifications of
some of 'the i,bjectionable provisions of the act of,
,1228.. As amember of the Conimitlce - Of.WaYe:
ond-Meane , cif the - J.loas° of Representati v es, I
ga.vemly risseht.to , e., bill ;reported by- that. Coln,
mlittee in December,ls232,making further moll,
lioations Ol . .the aet-of.l.B2B,:andminking,alse die-
CiiiiiiiintionS:in.the imposition of the duties Which"
it ploposed. ' That bill - did not pass list 11/08 ila•
perseded by the-bill-cernmonly - callearthdtiitir - - -
promise Bill, for which I'Voted. - '
In my judgment,' it is the duty of l.hti govern
ment to'extend, as Far as it may be practicable to
dose, by its_revenue haws_ and' all other. means
within its power, fair and just protection to all
the great interests of the whole Union, embracing
agriculture, manufactures, and-the mechanic arts
commerce Dul' nay)gation,.. I
.heartily approve
the resolutions upon this subject passed by the
Democratic National Convention,Aately assem
bled at Baltimore.
•
on - constituted "the dire — rencet!-between
=5
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,eidnleti*fti,i.vinig i nit i es ti...). pi 2. . : caliifie to. ,
6 Toad 4preati have, lha , b; . :a2en',,effroht.ery to, say
afircii,eatilnmsthia,leiterAtein ,- Mt. C 1 ei'r end the
, nwa:baloci',,f!;iiin P9,lli;th4 ; iileva:ar . ..the some ; ?,'
:,' , L '- ,,' - ',Z..', 9 1:, : ,'4.,.:::;,,,.:,. 4 ,4enp:atip; 280 A iie,',1844. 7 r.'„ ,
ADeitr:S!rf•:,,,L•liaia:raaalrd,,, - ,,klarAliyar,ptaiing ;
thaf , eireo 6 lhlolll.6o'ilienta•icpresinungraly : b e i ng
ivrrhintl of_jirfAaatlpitiCilia,„lStnith;:and-4-cr-f?ea--
likarrat the SkUltht:rind ';' . 3 , Cli deaire, an oxpilisai.*,'
nfAlik•Liiphitenenedefinyi)ra . 4hand;lhet • , Ir,:
'P' l4 ° of,99r!9:PAing , thitn!,44oCpresi 4
lilaticii;';'4nt:
afraid t hat "you:',vvitl',4ripho'CtTor,t
.vaiii.,'Ah . .corteee.
iiiiiiiiirCecnt4ioa : ',(Winik6,4liCialcilia chili:ad td '
. uniienitand iiv.opirikniiican
h"avp"ro: - dilliFultS in
pleakly;coinprphandink ilien:';,phi*ioreficcicily
cipFcisac lhapi'ai.;atefiithisailaß,'apd eevardl linnilv;)niwii , ti•-leiteielTniiiPettnpii ii 7:
-s•littilinnicnedinoitniti-inentit*-
quir-eaa fraellytio,,aa.l. c cter
ntuitC'tlthelOir thi3- ncrtik: i', Acqie .;vciy, •plierc -
Inaintaifieddltotintadjuatiirr4-1-Takfrfor-revenne
-4iscrOnlngli,o,Fo:i 1 ri
light ~ bcl4ac(g.j7n, , P'rotection;:,
THAT T i re TeißitF OF 18P2 His OP,EkirtD, AIIMIT BEN:
xyloir'n niv; aOd thii t I•AIW UTTEIIITiI' OPPOSED 1
1 TO, ITS
,REX:EA 1.,, .;T,lleitn!..COCiiina.,4;ire:•;an,.,
rifotine'cd . ..b i line,:at 'o ,. iibliii ine'etinga In Alabama;;
,5.4 ccatia;Cho dila row ti , in , S:,. Ca'rpl in a ; Viirtli:Cai=
ulina and in Viiiiniii. 1 •}.:•. .' a •t, , „ ,-, -"• •,•.'
• A am' zrey respectfully, yOui 'friend and ob,c,
adria- - 4.11/P -.1 .: , -,: - ',.! ''' ''' •:. ' 11. CLAY:' '
,Po rirr;'raiD. . J....C0rz,!!...,
711oip
letter which 'he ati• .
diesse . tife the fieepieetTetinesiiee iti_LholuaL eau
.vaii.ftir,Gavernur.
-. •- : :- !" . :.:•'Wliquisriii;llla . yil9, - 11343. , '-
To Me People of Tennessee: •'. c - :.: - •.•
The bbjcet which 'r had in proposing to Goner,
nor Jones; at Carrolville, on the 'l2th of April loot
that we should each writeiiiit .rintibputilistr2our
vieviii - nnifenifitiorii'erillii subjectof s ilfe_TerifF,
'was; that-our - resNetive - positions might 13, die.
tinatily,ltruntin _and Understood , ibY...the-peciple.—,
Vii a t --- my - opiii i tin ti . titre _alien (137,ftillyr: ii - k - d kill ti CV:
ly kiiin n . cents! - ntit doubt.' - - Thad itteadily du
ring fh eriod I was-representatitie - in. Congress;
licen4 use d - to frjpratective policy as my recorded
votes and : puhlie•apeechee prove. Since - 1 retired
1 from Congress, I had held-the same dpinioni: - In
the present canvass for Governor, I had avowed'
my - opposttibn to the. Tariff act of •thelate_Whig
Congress, as being' highly protective in its char• .
adter;iind not designed - brils authors as e 'a revs_ measure. I had avowed my opinion in . my
public speeches, that . ilia interests of the country,.
and cSpexially of thd ,producing and exporting
states—required its repeal. •
.
Now what-thould not the man do who would
dare after reading -
the above to assert that Mr.. I
........ Polk is as good a
Tarr man as r. Clay ?
ildr. ILlny need the Coin rom Ise e 9 ct.
UThe N. Y. Coueiff'atil7 Enqpirceenys, it is
common for the Loco. Feces, in - the practice
of their - customary giime of deception and hype
edgy, to represent that Henry Clay struck a blow
at the American Sy.stem:i&Trotection, by the
'Cam pram ite - A - Ct r t - TalliFft faot,•mirrendeted,
the principle on which that systoni was based.-
-he speech lately delivered before the 'Whigs of
- Wilmingtonoal;) by Mr. Clayton,whovvas an in
fluential member •of, the - Senate nt that and
a zetilciits friend off' the CoMprotnise Act, proms,
by absolute demonstration, that ne other legivla.
lien within; the ',ewer of CopuutLat that time,
..cpuhLpessittly have_ weed the Americaii , Syetem
from utter destryitien:The voantry was notonly
brnullificattonibtri-the
st ill more baleful PloUil of 'Free Trade WIN 111.
pending over it. A Tariff bill had been reported
by the Hon. G. C. Verpiltinck, Who 'was then and
has always been a zealous friend of Free Trade
doctrides, and who will noW support 'JamP's - IL
Polk, on account of bib hostility to Protection,
which the Jackson part were abeut to mukb a
• • •
day fokward; as:aliselatc' dependent upon the in.
dustry and capital of Gr. at BritaiNos is CoriUde
at the present moment: From. the impending
calamity,--the Compromise Act rescued the coon.
try. It ass by that Act alone that the-principle
of Protection was saved. And to Henry Clay the
'only man in the Plnion who could possibly have
achieved thisircat: . iesult . :ove the American peo 7 „,
plo now indebted fur the countless blessings *ant
act has conferred. upon them.
<
Address to the Goternor.
DI. On Thursday morning-last, Govern°ilor.
ter who was In Philadolphia all week, as comman
der in ,chief of the militia of the State, was met
in Indepelepee-fiall by a large body of citizens,
and an address prescnted'to hini, signed by sever.
al , thousand names: : .Tfi addroaa is•saiJ to have
been dump up by' Horace flinney, and speaks in
terms of the efficient means taken by the
military to suppress the riots, and declaring the
thanks of the community anri every, friend of law .
'and order to biadttis te Ostler°la ,;Paitartion,"Qad."
welder utdilleilßcortLand.menamidet.their!oikini...-
man dfor-ili el r-con d fit rough eel - the 4h 016
the, trying Ittene•invhich they had been engaged.
The address aisci praises in warm'ternis the gen: .
'eral orders issued by:the Geverriorttrtheinilitsry: .
— 7lttrltiffted in - hrtek terinis.tn tared:
.feeiTiftiTitilifek - liiriv — a - FluniTiifieliiiiii•cTiintr
-norted.by..a.ploaeision-ear:hisinitel;
....._Therlernia.of.,,the ;folio; i*liicKonaiors '4;ixp
'•- " • •
Ph9lps; y.t.i .
, - . .
fClioate,ll3aei. , ' Sturgeon,: Pp.
Sprague, r ;
lautingfon, •;, ilfutt4m,
• '
Baidril; Del. •
• Merrich';,-5 , 1d:
Hondetsoe,
..IV4llocied.
Porter ~
Poster, emu
nixes, Vu ` ;
-19.
•fhii pressa'Seattle is "politically
29 bikit,4l The ies will "rid u'eti
the ratpeetive partieerthea.4l6 ,, Whigii; 19 'Locos;
thet,Whigs Must eleet 1.1. , glve)tlfam
. ilowt Austria dmit'llisdemiirr.ii - Mfeo'sisiy , one;til•
_recommend skey,..,partieular,lteuees Rew,att infalllll4ei
eurii fdiJelf stages of `censumlitioNbeciais In (filing
so they,alsiM thy, peeall4Pit somi'.esses
'the Lungs Woome Uptolt htkiey
Ithour iitaiii - c.tr,)lulsubli!hichniicew
'l7Prifininory ; qyrroiori - 0 5 - 1 4 - i - 0 0,991crat :
slon,lheWhyliaeriati it and glvlbg all much' ease es.
qnyy thas_besomsedAvitli rems;kk
e:- Success :curableCessuumkrorl u M IPP.PIot
Soreness the
Ores*, 91ily; Ptricii§4, l l4;YP,Ye,l,VßMOObillsierooli. t
nearlfe ot;n'etilieli Ml pC 6r4s:strieksj . Nl4T:ciae;
4 n 141 .10 cre'l °I.-0 4 1 9.1 1 04-Thre9:l7 fik.l ) 4 l o.ig.
hyiSteelli Syr up , . • ,
8010,11 P SOil,buCkrrp aiiaqtgivr :
;;, „ '
i'M r . # l° PPO I J I V4. 4 O 4° *S imph4
viroMiig'altiithOpropurathSus for die - relief o coug•hs
'9PYSAtitilin ll o 6 oYOPYtilii`elitiiiii4Tlll6t
' ll °
, 1 01AlictctiOli,P , repr n tilftrOMdi,imihmptilelooen
'ryiallbouronsiqt Well OSlilbliolviAk'lnat
ses:Pf
ire*Miterlie4etitlikTeetiotap9o4, wi r meti
,la •
so inp ihipil,eroimpuslltssorlffeedi ; po,lbo s orti
iii Att,tykktie4l 6 ted , croito=i4Poi,iih!:*hi4ktnlkht-
At i killP it .•:,be u ti , rgelMlAlYerArj):4o64;WPlt,
ti 4 -,V0,413__1111.k.51:141;),!
r
szenwal
lo 'ad-
-!! :`[!,'' • Locoil:.:±2.
! '!!
NEM
w ; 'x ,
r, ,
MIME
=EMI
-- CoarivaarasiiltilfriJpbo - Eark.2s - ,Virnth — atreetz
PliIloilo:13111d, ivaa , for many:year* afflicted...Mk
: the'--above` cditatia" - (iiiirtkillinesi;)' `which 61 Obil. •
Aiiniell 10 'iltri" Wo,rio ;Oa ily u nti lit obOain a i iruli
'alarming --iie.i . Vl/B recommend to upo.aaretol . retp4;
odloi; 4 , llloh'liil'aid e iaild'aroLieciiiiiiiit an i bend '
4 t-frpni , thlmv Atiiiiiiiiid:cif ever •be ifii oure4i '0 ilti ;
lie4oa_miyiaodr,tO-4ry---Ar c ,,ltiosidrerkarpiga f
%filch', he)deciiarea In :a slioillime`coliipletei i to:
Herod) his:pdmpaint.ziod Morin - liiittiteci hilikrVat
Pc rfe W**l l. l l PPl :- -0fi11c,1 11 ir :, 14 6 4103* - ihar,:ar!
-11110wiedgek, P-Alivill)'OtiPticdi.o6[4:4'..:.;::::::
1. Ca lion 6nikl4'9ire 44k Ob`iiiiit* Di :.
drbiiii'llliffoi`ealo - - ; e4V,';:'l i1: , ;:11..!-Il ,, 6 .. - t' l )-'7 l ::',t'-i'.*
;-, Stiliiii,.:6irlfaia: bir;difißtifki s ß4ll.NlTZkl:
Miiiiiii for kbia3r t iwn - .1, i.:',:. - ;.,:vi : ) ,'6, -44 :j . ;(4ki
` 4 :1•':!;`, ' I '.',.'!-''''': ,r. ," '.' ' ;"k• :4: ';,;''
',4 ' W'.lt 4iiiiiiikiiiii l liiiiiinki l .raChWilittila - ,
1 44 0 CVAiiItnithOlfiaarii3tit i t 'attilfpliilitorotto
iure"6 , l'. Eril'iPainClo l4s o • l .Y. , filitrYPlX)hi Al*
l 'ilmaeli.had tPii" ll l-tiiiPi#-AN .I.oinfori*hteht•
it' clilioeltoo on theitingi v :ara 'the !WiltlO°:K.ol.9.
i 1 4 114 : 1 4 6 0gaia1*,44/01iini 4 V4111;i1/ 144 Willi
*o 4 . 4 , l oo 4 ;Yegf it 4 4 .ifieiki4/#OO7. kiiOrett
fit :cifiMji iin...criojittatinatl 2 4tfet,okrytlillept4T
P , e , ,eame tliiii', tWiklioitiOtriii ViipitiMailOtkla
I .lbAati f 4l#l 6 .ll 4 l9olPOPJY.,blloo.,qs'Aikt kat it
b, ~ tior re .41000 limbp,whpl9lrsior.-j.,,C.,i'f,•1;
iirt , - DiliWegiiiWilliiiil iiil.ol4. f itOgielp4
: ' ;'ii' l '‘ li3ii:Otififi4 i tiirAgillef#lol4l l :
' ' t / A -0 1 ,-, ' , A 4 fq i .: 4o /LVOI I PW01 1 :19 .1 1* 14 .
, ; 4115.itt “ l l M ,l 4lslo#o 1 ~,,
ri': .
i';',.': ~171
- SALE OP.,THE PU Li 1
(.1
1 1,
It iiilti;6! i14464,41 .. e,4t1ti0\#100:j r i.110 .
Leg a'::great !pita* Sruinceded
tho_eale C r riint pohlur.tmproyernentei Jiy , ,thciiivOten•
at the liallot.beii rciv.totif•;:egaiptif' , e.,finesenselat,
the%debt=of he
Stitte*enldllte'redgelid'Arte:ktilf of
.thelnittheti
o, ;the present lippreeswe;tux@tjon,J(lfrtlibs tats
skpuld , fall 'into' the bands: l 9f IGen, gin:44lmA:
,undembtedlt ), would. be 'entire! 4 taken:2.ft=
lord t .R3igroTicerneraoft
glktrici See the Whip in different Torte.
oftibe...ttiininehWealth-laing-sstrang:ground,on;
this they
'nughly itc.everY earner' of , the State, • The'Locci.i :
,fece :leaders'. aioi all ~opposed to', the - sale `ofthe
, .
‘rrk,i,4;l4t• be
,denrived•tifthe ei.,
,lieatitthin . etiir moro, idendor, end; .peeulatioq.'
But the:y.4l;lre not cpualtavow their Opposition to
it because - they fetir'the agitatioit'ef_ iltiTnitestion,
and,.tho awakening of iho'nopidar
Arkiek, to have the question 7 forgotten; We 'fruit .
however' that this wilLricit • ailence; tho voice of We.:
advocotoo-Af-tkei-toetisurerbut-.-atiornlata-them n t o
• Mireirctivr,anii-zetriotitrox4trotitr:7 - W F TI r WOr
no 'question ki;i>nmitane as - this, exceptibg the
- Tariff, now pre sented to . the action ofthn pepq t le,
nor One better. caleted to awaken tax.kayere'
tibt ‘u.
_the lasuos - presentoci - to-themat•thelDeicibeetice• -
tion. ,Lci. our friends Bien-awoke, and bring the
.griebtibri home tcr, the' door _and to the !rake tor
eve -voter - COMainaWeithh—Of every
farmer, mechanic and labbrer, who earns his 'tax ?
es hi_ the sweat.oe his brew. It letcrilreinrir
to.-those whOse farms 'fit 4 e inortgaged' ter the pay.
mentof the enormous State Debt, that thip
sure appeals With force. let- them be,
told that if they waht reform - and relief, now is the
titiiefor them-to act—and that if they' neglect i to
improve the predent• opportatilty,-this enormous
debt and still more;edicus end oppressive taxation'
will-be fastened upon them-forever—that the re:
jectlon of the proposition to sell the public works
now, will be - ever used by those' opposed to It to
prevent such sale at any future time. We again
say'tn The Whigs, wake 'up, and press the . layer
tance ,of this measure upon the pro* in every
section of the State.
'The . noimons:
•
We have later adviacs from tqatteno.- . The Um
mons are said to be completely subdued,_ and aro
rather in an imploryig condition than otherwise.
'Ftrq lire disheartened by the death nt'llicir im
postor loaders, and frightened by the general
stain---of publio-indignation--that -hos burst - en
them from swery.quarter. The . y do tint it end
commit any . violence - unless - driviirroitirat'
tacks Warn othera. Soma Citizens of Misseurand
lowa crossed over to assist the Itaneock county
people in the war; but Gni. Ford has ordered'
them all back, and has intimated that ho docs'imt
want their assisteoce, Ordsra_hayc Imengly4to
dishand most of the militia at Warsaw and Carth.
ago
Gov. Ford has published an account of the mur
.der-of the,Smitlis. lie says: ,
"The Sinitlw, Joseph and Hyrum,-have' been
asaitssinnted iiNail; by whom is not known, but
will be ascertaincid. I .pleageci inysell'for their
safety, and upon the. assurances of that. pledge,
• : Ol I I •.
• ," 1 •
. ..........
surrenderki- the politic arms in their possessipn;
and the Nauvao Legion submitted to the com
mund- of Captain Singleton, of' Brown county, do
puted'.for Aar purpose" - by. me. All these things
were required to-satisfy the old citizens of Ilan
cock, that theAlornions were peaceably disposed;
and to allayienlousy and excitement in their minds.
It appears however that-the compliance of the
IVlerifirms with every requisition made upon them
lulled of that purpose. The pledge of security to
the Smiths,, was net given upon my individual
responsibility. Before i gave: it, I obtained a
pledge of honor by a •unantmousvote •frond t h e or
tigers and Men uncut my command, to 'sustain
mein •performing it. If the assassination of the
Smithm•was - committed by any por4ion of-these,
they have added - treachery to murder, and have
dime all tht.y.could do to disgrace-the . Stitt', and
sully the public Ironer.
The Warsaw Signal gives tlio following account
of this foul affair: •
"About four O' , oloak,-P—lll.-a-comPany-of about
one hundred armed Men, marched to the. jail In
Carthage, and demandad the prisoners. A.rtielt
wail made on the guards, who fired, but hurt no 7,
hap They wero immediately secured, and the
men rushed up stairs to the roomortlin prisoners.
For about two minutes the discharge offire arias
within the jai!, wee. you' rapid. Flintily Joe Smith.
Lraised-the-windeacselainitnz,li CW-my-Sed,r;
r . 4 - roulfd; rind was so`en ilosPatalied • Iliramwad'
sinat in thAjaith ::Tbere•wore two Otherprisrineia
Dr. Richards,who we learn was nbt butt; and ..T.'
Tailor,' editor of.,the Nauvoo Neighbor. who .re:
•I I :Jr; * MR nrma .
ont.he' work iiciagldong, the men tied."' • 1
The tSt.toilis . Reniibiican sit .13 that sca
friroirnetion;tende people-eon cern-7
ed in - the dest!i,ef, theOnithe.tho odium of perfid:
inns. bleen,ikeerfeld,neefirgy
, :net.te-ba-w-ithont.wvy..justifiontion4=-K4elrnmnir•
and, treacherous, arAn find rnyinkspilel in' savage'_
•Ilth;liinaerlaffrOproshusses., ••,G4V;
shires his intention it; seek out ‘ the• murdnisie! . .,
and he' ewes' 4 le hip:own,honaiinidt4lthai 'of tho,
ev to, cease his •bierileiillfon'thie L''per; Ciecti• he;
Mormins,it 'will be seen, were'quiet; And not die-
Rued te .: commit!any ea te of e Their .
enemies, Ihe'othili)o9';;'we're 'iWidentjy , 'dAik
PuPl4:49ii:tq:eatremilice;=`itud'=to,=force
the qt.., ip,hlatre, Statd.; . ...Thie ithai.
,
nheeked•by„the,:siaprity.Wiih, Which ;,GoVi•- . l 7 nrd's
i3rclors Were,behig„piecuted 'but It: be slime,
tine before peace and order can be 'reeler:o=4n
Ini:WiPed'ent:"
"• - ti . ,V • ::t 'r
Mil
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ME
• •
.zuw.Api.A ., ,r4 4
'° nlhe hi or julilibitent:lll(AfertyOrNo7 - 4
f j > tri •
mp At e ' i i triud
a clean sWeep,ilui tor Ittefile"
gal proceodinge of t i n - loco ' fedi:Judges In hien,"
ottlit 10.clinnidatei for, ;t e Cent'
rtini,:.-VViligedmve.eleeteti,,6ythe , Loeonol -
'` f islittilreYteb-Wiliget
Lhe i lEt ; ono tdetee 0r . ..E 0' „-
Thai gikeel?t
Vviiige r a deopedmajontylo-t „ 0
-VinfL-C feinnt-TiopioElniy`ei-Eqiithoilh4mr
ddlOptetooitite'W' M
O' nt4`l44TOne'—i(n'''''4'
onipbeChinilionleliaJoirfit for. tin's', outrages,
" d " lave
been
tired elewfin,:et"...tirOtti -.Y e ßldr kY , ro.
Old
overwhelming. woniti hiweeleor
led evert'ineinber :of their _.ticke, by—itfanenqoue
majorities: L4hst,eleelpn,:preceed,q47legLy,
'lriany . eacrtlf t to narda r .irt,'yttyleit,.it. k titts di s t u rb.
"ei , e'iiSrhiVyrsuldrhavirAen'returned. X. it
is, a ;majority of our.':- . l4leititise' tieitetis,electe4;
'arid nearly the:iShole;kif
:date a,— pa of ~good
are nel.,.xoti
received hut is:'aenfideptly7bellered - thiit: the
whige hayettilAil the tegialetdre,.and
bars of Ceiniresr%ksti,yeai'.the , .Liiecis'iii:ad the",
Leg, 'stature' add dlt
New. Oil
`the - NugrOile - kniteo,.
• 111 17 1iMilittineurgives - ,7tfir2 follotving :Deco - one: Of'
theiunjust and:Ottregeens - conduct of th(i l000fcreo"
or'ool>ja:osl.had one
. Whig aiid.anei:4o'cofa'acirjudgtii.ipe farther rifus
,ipg tojpeepie' - theiferittito,lo - n - d - tiii!kifer,detii . ring
to•'acceptaheint`" 'I ho )C oeofoco, fudges, ih order
to ftiree ih thee° votes tidePi6A'
able- tneasnre,. asnani ae till) fir!pio.t.yot9 was
presented, of spying I.that, untit.that Was rece:iv.ed
no Other vote, NorotTei'le - Aarl, shnnt 4go into tire beG
lot . bo.zickiid,fhati stopping the 101131 }jai; to rnak i e
tie ill
.his outrage itillini — iFJilarint anOTOrectiva,thay.
pursued it' principhlirlrtty6 efrong' Whig wards
but in the Locolboujrariht their judges gave :way
and received all the other votes canape the Elliot
But for those miserable. artiflces - and'positive
.outrages,cays:thelCG: Jitee,sPeskingof !tie same
mattcri--the,-VV-higs=wouldE-have-obtained:a--tri
umph such as would rejoice the heart of every
good Whig h throlighout the Union.. As it is we
00-bah-orvur tick_ r
ets—an achicvenicht, whielttnny be considered a
.great victory under the circumstance. As indi
cative of the vote trt‘the Preeideriiial elsetiim, it
presages a'. ceinplcto and. glorious triumph for
lIENRY CLAY..
.
Foreign Ille'n4 by SererellA [crab;
lipilmarrivarertheißritailia Steamer, at-Bos.
'ton ; of the4reat WesteriCat ltjeid York,
we haviireceived intelligence -from Europe
days — tater.fie itdrninistratien of Sir
Robert Peal had conic:very near.ci dissolutien,in
tensequence'of being found in a "minority on the
pioject for the modification of the sugar , &tile's.
Three days afterwards, however, they, regained
heir lost ground, carrying their proposition by a
majority of 22. The first vote by .which--they
lost stood 241 against 221 for then]. The sobse
-fluent veto by which theY'Were-siistained, blood
255 to 233.
.Campbell, the poet, author of GiVrtrude of Wy.
owing, Sce. died at °longue, on the 4111 of Yana.
. .
Preparations were making at 'Windsor Castle,
for the uceouchment of the Queen, which event
Was to take place early in Inlv.
'taut Jinni 4111 11111101 • •
decided that King Louis PhilippO will pay a visit
to the Queen in September, and that ho will ar.
rive in London on the 15th.
The Emporcr Nicholas left England on ;he 9th
in the Black Fagle, for Rotterdam, where he ar.
rived on the following .morning. Alter a short
visit td the Ilagne, he - set.out immediately-on his
return to Russia.
The. writ of error in the case of DaniehO'Con.
net!, •is to come on for argument in the I.lOuse of
LorilS on the 4'h of July.
The cotton market at Liverpool Was sommvlint
imxreved, the sales being steady at a small ad
vance of price, notwithstanding the arrival of a
great number of,.car g oes from the United States.
Mr. King i 'Minister of tlieri belied States at the
Curt of No' Till!forks, arrived inTaris -June
' ---7 4iffit'PrinalreeTniiiiiiiiifoce 7 Visited in' prison by .
many pf%)fici leading • mill of the cuuntry, andlt
is'very 'evident that the sympathies of the . oda
:anted and 'bettor classes of Englishiiianiiierstron.
.ger-M.laVor of Ireland than
.ever before. hit !
O'Cotiriell'obealtlfpontliMed good.' .
4201:Mka,IBpZItItga— :
T.FILLAPELPqIA, Ju1y1.3,-1841
!LOUR.-Sipcoour 'IE44. weekly-‘'
me been more enquiry for fresh groan. our,
und sales !or to e, fair extent Mute been'made
fiCririefitil we neliCeMk?
anit th ekt. pot,FecentlyEpkdsi and gc?iicV
$4 .126, -- frl34 - grqundr.'s4 - i4 . 5 41)52
_
~ ,..,..._ „4 : , ..; ! ous 84 3,74: : a4.50„4" -- - it4ra9l4:Blileti--
Oniio lie eis abOnt 000 bblp4 for , c t ity, nib, Ivo quoin,'
:withiniiiiiiiingO'A l lt
iVe5O - a - s in qinulity' told
Icesinseas.: R.Y°',flo‘r i 8 • dPii 'at Ee 1./ i , , ic 74 . 61
OortionniedliOla 4 fit'iSlV - i4i . li
:coonli 2 son:44lOles,
9.)Ritiiiti4'.l4_ 2 : 2 4 r - ni v itSiti4Cs - 4ME4daarandif,',
4113Eipre'-.36'?k1c:,1.p3p0,!,An:1:..1v„ 4 '
0 4 ,
c.;. : s
, o „I
;
btili'3ii: Oat;:and jl6o":Ofnii,ne ;9 f.
, , 4 ril.7G . on9l iPS i 7 4 CYi”4o lB b q e !V
ifPfX4lBl• l4e4 °Pnes in slowl7,tod ‘thO,now
44: , of t 8OuihOrifiiZfa-yory Iparior
;quality`
anisiO';Of le ~virifii- , Q. do ' t<'6l lbs..'' j iirii'''liiitine:
01116; Of enyidariaiiiii• parcels 'ili 44'
. a "92' and 90 , Ots. afloat; 7.1 e sod o , We hey 'old Nii:;
- ii ii. ; red at 90 Ots.;, inaiiioriditi i!.i.at - .. ,pa ..otr:` in
:451:e" #. itY 4 l9Tfv , i9t!9nilliMknYlliiit'n',9l),.ollliSit
.11")...-yvi, hear,. of . 1100 or ;ntihint 4cllg i Km). i)
ina Yl ie q u g t P da k 6 , PP ° !'!:.:..: r. a ° 'l4 °l n ° .
104 i
raiilibie sales o f pouihpro,yo loai l at,44 '4,4'3;
in ii . iit,,d,k, 42' iii,V - vlitio 4 flid ctiCeigiii.ia
'yolh;*.iti44 i'4B , ialtikilail;iiehitimiii(Aititiboa
fiiiri;qu'oiatiolii.o.iiiir"..tiritlierdi,illiiisWiclriiiii:',
, 4 4t.t!! iii , i2 40K:88.0:--891 1 1b80-2 5,113 0.`--LEKEInftes
6002 biolield .Whelkt 544;Irtieliels:P9rtt:Al: ( t, '.
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Colds ;' yet Inv iiiol bontlintis4 - insantlkmio
iriidosBoNtiiiihinklOr' nitiildiesrpilinat iniiiirdene'
iiitiVtik4lifiwrati ', on fOit,l;tako and" evidtihniotahn•
raltitotit Aninkin;(..Of. tbeSinnaor.,'' At firsc min 00'
ii, illiok ‘ rivilkh . ,: onliiii di siiii"tlillOCa'liiisittagilW
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berasor`,4aon*soantsli ;value itirtheosidanst;ohost,' isof..4 ,
riaOpiisi Ism 519:6141,08 01 ,Tiigtier;,.,whafniad,iimil-
Iwtiti) l lo - 07tutliffioolt :ott.oo ll *enliiiesigPlaihecr
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direo4 - 611,11;t4intid oafix l ;tl9oool , 6VE CO C6V
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1.! - 13!i • rn Am! ptligritnpv9inmentti, Sn'izeilranjl-talc , ;'
- el i in nlecuti9n Millie projiiiily of limr,'C. 111ir.
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tv., eoubirning ; Omit 4:15003 nfreiqadjrdn,inig,Jande nr i
.A bratigniffeayerfaohn'lluiiel;lieob Keller',Ainei
pti v.er,:Sain` ool . AlCxioider And' otfloOe;htiving , tbere.;
. . u:creetet s Lone, - 131Li,OT: FURNACE 4.lnrio Awo.
:itiirY'ilinise,'„i-Frgithe - ii Mae bile . tol d . 1t bnltzstkrib - i'
hig , b,,,nini3,- 7- !Lit-illlnuseiliniEttople,..Bnrn anti
• ''edlier impro,iiements..", - Weiied ond.alien.ip eiecution;
ns!the'iliropertiofTAtte. ,, .llVirr,uil Eiii.'nutt , Aiiiiii'
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~ a tenni ot mini, snonte part it !g) Aewlati and
- pattly,in Souihnnipton fiiwnitiipi; Mundell by-I)mile
o,lthortuis,liußbunnon,!lt . beirNparni Sid9hloi,lionry:
.11orrehmlini, , David •FOrernati itild";„611401-,ecinfidninli'
' atiinkt,32o,Rur . 4o, mcro . orjess. ilArtiiiiithereptiA•do-„
oft'n 614; story 'SidurSlEl2ol - I.Bi 7 9l'''Mlf.;li,gitn%;
:Mj I 1 . .",:n i ouble,two tddir;i l jug4 l o4 , ei;t„ivi) ; ,l?* nriht-'
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::- .tinlitrititilY:Jiihn 'Maiiiil7iiitiiiiiiiiftliboui - toOniitit.
q,o9ips!,ttv,ll4;okett:tqt fr447..Ka10°-
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euflad:liillitilror YiEiVirtilniudde . ~§iAl. r .ite.,
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t ej l :4PO 6 1P.11: 4 4P - 61 11¢
ma 000o'iti •• ill' rile (Ireha About.l4oAttres,pf
iii his* difeel '
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lilvikii. tuo:94o44'.....iiiiiNcYkr4)l. : 4ofirg,
illAtc..„4._
141•issti6iVotitiof; Ike!, Court :of Ctunmon 'Miens of
- Uniithet4444.':itininttPontheibt4zdireotetiTt*liiVe47
0:1!!e toliithlietilleiatthe 'dliort:llthise; ilVtlfe 'Bo.','
rougirof•Ctirlisle, On" •PRIDAY; thrilil *Tor Au
es,t, A. D,1844 ;. at 10,9'alock;A - At thci , . roliolripg
!..vAAFOß‘oi.vizt:; - .., ,- :. ..,. ...!...: - , - ,- 1;-;;fik- , :...)i-,i ,, .:
,Atracip,ortAind situate in Mitilio•towashitiito6-'
herlari&iientityytiCifittleil by biaioraeitai , stAtlliini.'
iletteriri Olitipingcr; nail t.theheifrivif . afkitian-
Hootter,,:rtleo'd_t containing:l7..A.cres.':roore'i,o6.l.oll;
Waring. therebti a erected LOG HOUSE; IO 4.I3nrUr
&0,:, - ,Seized and takeiriri - coicutioitte the property..
"of ::Toiejaiy - Weirifel.: 7 F, - 7:7 ; ,` , • "",- -.' '•'•'• • : ,
•':' , ./k1,80,,a•10t bf, grona,..situate in tbstitmughttf.
..• trppensborgcbounttedhy.,Eurd street on,tife north,
Pnn
e-street on ilfeAreitOolitt 11.1Y6r1 'oil theitinthi
'EtOtta'kifeetAlley bn theoao containing . 6.1,feet , 4
inChatkifs',lireatithiand 26 . 7 feet in tleOtli,nice!U oi r litre,
Jr - acing thereenf:efiitte&a on6ito&ti'lialf.ittory'Lo_ol
liioUSEOto. • Seiketfaintiaken hi cieetition asthti
prop6rty_of Jacob jrtinier.l: •
._ 1,
_,_.:-,_- : va c,,
---- ,Alaciiloi - of•4tiffiiirr;: Iliac in the BoroUgliiit
Newviile,hcintletlhigifstreeten,theltiorttraoh',
1161Ittiffirtii'leffeliforr,tire, iceit,„o ll TEtifFAlleyon the
anutliianti*DilUselik,Hitithon on: the• eait,oOntain.:.
iiieSo teet in front - and'lSOreet iir , d9pth,•rtiore or
1e5.4,. having therettn alwo - .siniy , , , Brick...: HOUSE;
40..ek_SifoniStorifigStittile,iind other. improvements erecteditn-tWiairrte.P . Setieilliturfiiifeilii - COVeit=
Unties thelitiVertei3Of. - A4if.Crisek:,';''..:,; : .-•:' j: - . 'i
': , ' . .Alic;,t.wolots, Of.grountl,.,Oitnitte iii.lhe Bai.cugle
' r ef Nestitilit,'hUitintedWehriatiOnHolOernidet6 r ~,,,
, tile: south; fltg,li street: en. thel-west, - JointAcyle,on•
the aortkand lchn'Arantie,art,TheliatiOnti; lftDTeet
in'tl4itli,'iriot.6 or leinti;havingjilieretin ereeteil A iiio;
story Log
.HOT.lSEJ.,i4:Stable,lBo:_ •;Seized'andi
•
taken nue:caution itk. the, ii.k..,6fierti' Of •?Chriatopher:
• •-
ek . of'itent_lAiteralefinllllllll6Ltoweetehiji.'
Janels nr„,JoaophAletrkitoiderdeilin:Hot..'
iiasidelechilp; l .wm4lghttiep-sind-f-Teferi
Aillipo36 — Ater - na, rn Ore or, abou t 70'
iidedetiPirliii , WaM
eet pliLienel - the7ildintlhe en Bon d
tiniteer,.haring : theron;ernoecti , n twOlatoiye Stone
HOME; "Log Barn, Wtigein..Sheel, ! Corn ,Crib n
gotittAteple'Orobard.aniliiii excellent' well 6f*ater:
, SO/4(1 arid; taken in,. execution as the ''propprti ; of
• •
tr,ert-ciflioid;yainiatit InNtifflieittOwniehiK
hilientled by !Ands - of John ilarlier, - ,L'avAdain
lor,john , Hoover nnellantel'l3urit,neihtieiningl6o
„,
arrnb.iiilgrSir..-1014,- f hilvjpgi4bereonuerected.a=twO
iittiry Log mogstl; a good. double Mink Barn, and
SaW,Mill.. "11.
Also; a tract of Mountain
tilianship; bOuntliitFby•ihePerry' anon tY • line John
harper, Bitl.-and other laude of the said AV Wan
Arilamw, — en - iititining.g.f 7 Aores,• more or less—said
lard•is-ivell covered with liivint; -Cliestint-tiinher. l
• Seized •antl - - taken in 'exeoutitintiai the property of
Williqin, -"Maine. , •
.• • .
Also all The iiitei . est'oe..Tallii'•l4;'Crirothere in-a
tract of limo.. situnte in :Dieltiiison township, eon
nei•es,.more Or ; less,,lionialeti-as follows
Nizi' James Witt oii - ilie etel, niii•ew Carbiliet‘s,
`the south, John Ilissner - 'on tlie north, itint
JOhnson•bn the limit; Iniving therenin erected aStone
and taken in execution as the . pr pici" — Riof Thins
. Car6lherS.L! : • • - '
Al;M; n tract of land, situate in: North Middloton
toirtish:p, botintled by lands of Benj. liosler,
itatillingarsatlJohn'ycinderlich,contaming three
acres,.cnore or- less, having : thereon erected
. atone
and a half story Frame 110 1 /SE, : wentherboartlth
'Seized and taketrin 'execution na the piooerty,of.
`Jodepli Ifemarrr —
Alit); a tract of land; situate in ph:l:imm town
slitp,.coatianii:g 'Meat. ISO neretottoreAr
Stitnuel Carothers, --.ltilinston,.
Charles C Cummins, the Presbyterian Church,
'
"reeled a Iwo story Brick 110U,SE, and n twn story
TraMellnitairttittl ticirllariraifillOtltO , OOtAiairerd,
seized. antl,taken in execution nithe:property'•nf
11711iiin L..Treqkly, deed:
Also, a tract of land,' situate in - Siker Sprittg
't°"shil). lola of .lerembib Zeatmer
! inul - deltriGcuslitill,notitaining about fin - tires. more
Or.lnos.bia vino thereon erected a one and storY
- Leg I WUSE, Log Stablic.Stri. Seized and taken in
exectitien ad the property of 40110-..flurthold.
A iso, a tract of land, situate in Alltm,:towliNiliP,
Mutinied by lands o(Petor.:llilkr; S7Muct Eckel s
Mal Geerge Yost,•containing 2 acres, more or less,
having thereon • erected 11. - 011 t: half story- ling
110 ua, Wearer Shpp and a small Log Stable =—
Seized and taken in execution as the property:of
Robert &trick% -
Also, a tract of land,-situate in Noi.th Middleton
tnwtiship,hontide&by hinds of Frederick RulVDavid
Corson:ln, Sainitel Slittilenherg,erand Martin I , teese
containing fi arres and 5 perel es, more or less,liity ;
ing - vitrreon - erected-W-0110-a
I IDU,S'S, Log Sialde,sind - eellent Orchard with
choice fruit trees. Seized an I taken in eeetition
as the property of John liqurn titer.
Br virtue ors writ of Levitt.; Facial, issued nut of
the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland comity,
and to me directed, I will expose tnpubliesale. ut
the same time arid place, the following described
real estate viz:
A certain tract or parcel or land situate in Min
township, houndetland described as tonnes: Begin
at a Chesnut tree, Opium by lands of William
Skimp, north 8. degrees east, I2t and, 5-10 perches
to a Walnut tree, theme north 20i, degrees east-, FP2
and 2-10 he:relies to a black oak. thence north 8 de
grees cast 44 5-1.0 perchesio II Sp:4llNi oak, themm
south 6 degrees west, 15 perches to a stone, thence
by lands of Christian Pallor, jr..north 68 degrees
west, 21 and 8-10 perchesto a run:thence down said
men and the Several 'courses thereof 2021;e - rehes,
thence by !Olds of James Portly, north R,t degrees
west, 311 perches to a Chesnut tree,, the plftee of Ile.
ginning, containing in alt 41 Acres nod 131 perches,
tract measure. Seized and taken in exteution an
the property or 'Al!intralc Cline.
' Alm), the 11)1104 , 6g described_ hmihlingp will 4,
BANK' BARN, sigh- • feet bit - 1) nodd
.111,width, with grattat:ies to the
- fe'et an width, with , twoahreshi
story is of stone exceplfie.froi._
and a shingle roof. on the wholesaid Buret is erec-
Mil on a tract of land belonging tmlleninmitt,Samt tut
.tml-Itlliiabethl?reed r eiMate sic.Franiford shill,
tiontnitting about 100 acres, more or less;:algoilting
lands of I) Stniees hems, Win Drawbatigh, Nallrew
t)iler and ,pthe'rs, together with so yourkgraand
~tkerettn'intli.e l lt e l long' ng-to-thn_
I T s Prneltlireeii, _stituk,litalteth
-Frectl,as orm . y . hnecessary torliat ortlittary.-aralm?e- :
'orMirpttes of 'said Barn. Seized and taketi
ttitian 116 itoPproperty -pf Benjoirin, iSamueicaha
Eliigkalis Freed. . • ; i•
'Alio, it ttiicetil land Mutate in Mifflin toWnsbitt;
Amatitiest-lly Yereultin; Mary Letinv
OtO ,
Atitifain4 4 hr
114.
*it<
tifitem
ritab
• • •
Aii/tritlifOrietrkon**hieli' v 0", !Masted it
len mire' ,
s 6 util-eaS of - • ' '
-,:..•;•.-Voio.4e.re!t;'4ol-41rApqrattu-:-
1 r aititiilab l ikto.l . li.l).64ZlATUDe •
iiiiili , :ikto'rel l * - 14.,.'eji , v , iiiei;e4,, , iso' 4. ;,)6' , .'ileif'4,iibt - al
8 enteor- cultivation. ;-; "The- 'olftee , adjoitiii9aidi 'a: -
David Ebeily;Frederick - Garret and- otheirai - About,
00, - Aerea:af - itin tirattratelfilabeir•Laddi,l,64:4ll
- a .. Alvd.,stdry . „..Dßl i t6;,% ..--,- . ..„„
.I)WG6I4G-G
t4U4EirtlerfeA - 771:6;1'i' ...
il'ai feet deep,nail built ,in 'lll6lieMt sure el i , ' •
iliiiitikliesit.All6:o;lo:ke : 9lOsiellANK, as I .. ..,
,llARN,.ritliNagott'Stied,Corn - .CrAtt ---
,:, -
:.Wrialii littuee;Sniokellidase'fila th'efjr-.:0111 e-tOe's-':
Ail aat-buittli_ag;Jnailt in - the maitaultatantisilatfl -
There sire tie epYer fail int 1a11a,0ff,.41 . 1 '9r,t6i)d by.:_. ,
friiiithiroasetaul - the - cO - er iirille - Waila a ril - .,A150
i;tllirliiii ail's! oailYbeariagLlAG.frAo .. ;_..of.2effoiveL.' __
k
Tiiiit7Treen..---- lie-Taticife4tiatieiii eaaticl eslone-ol-
Ilse . very; bi4.Fatirdi ) a' Ditrnbdidlitiir 059,ity.'t
: ...A pplidaDon:Tay:be Tnesle.slerveelty•er'ly l _lelter
!.c, thpAupp.9obAr at SheptieHttoirn; ii...0:..h . . ' '
- ' - - ' '! - --,,•''' : -- - ,:'44C.OP.' , NIDNIMit. • ,
' •••:,, : • , I, . 1 :•"1• , -: .sin- 0 8 '
. . _
Ap f -2 1244: -
SitsqlseltaitacvLane•
2. • .tt, •
r MOE ttnderstned, proprietors,of the Sfisque srunr , ,.
.11. ;Line Of,Cars not Mate; retiirtil.heir sin
cere thahks to their friende in; Franklin' and 'Ctiml.
berlaraleonnties for past &yore, and reepactftillyn
form_ them__that_they are; , now prepared recetve
and fOrtiard Via Tide Water Citn:J * 6, -
xrd_uce_And_lnekFhaudize,_ _
_ 7-7-4;
PHILATiELPHIN and gALTINIORE,
Produce be delivered' to any_house m Phi adef
Phip or Baltimore to_whielLthely Boats can Itdvaßb.
cess.; Theiragentkin the cities aro,..
Messrs.; Wairowr NErnarri - _
at, Wharf the'Delaware,,Fliiladelphia.
Messrs; CLDCR Gammon .- tz_Co.,.,
Commerce Whart,BaltiMare-
They will also Fecal:ream) forwardolally,mpints
burg-tind intermeciiate.pondi;Frelight . and 'Passen
gers also for the Noliktand7Weat - Branelreanals. 4 -
J
: P: MARTIN.
'—ilarristuargerllfartyle
— Fr : CANN_ :DLNIED .
-tiror r sigh f O:kV zthat : . : 37
.04LEJDY $:,44 .1 & . :1P:iii 1 4 .
Is the ruristotroniit',,,ar . u . knip!! . etPo!!)l . ls of any'
.
other...preparation tit 'Sara*girl Ila 'that ia .
Made.
It warranted .t 6 be stronker. thuri 6 bottles of"
mow, othera—stronger- than ;10111-.01 SVME - ,mill•
eirtger than three of the S'IONGEST prepared'
by - anrother - ftrthe•United•Stittes. • ,
Dr. Leidy 'a, Saratimirilla is.reeommended by all
respectable - physicians in preference to any other.
All who hav e ever used it ,- have derived.'niore
I fit franronebottle - tlinn-threeto-ten=okitherei - atul
those who, after having used other's - preperatione,,
'without' Itenefie,•wilf nee - Dr - Dadra, will soon be
cOnVineetr.(ua thousands have already been)'
foregoing Asueriiciii.. - : r,
The apparatus. with.
which
.Dr. , Lelify's' extracts.
nat.& in his preparation of' Sareepurjlla us prepared
is tine only Joe in the Statesliriported by DP.
Leidy lismself from•the eglebratetl,house of Velleter,
fugreat exßpnsg,-anditi ca.
ioting.the piFibe . l4l' virtues'iif
unta,..moreAdfectualtylblin.:lty.any,
• • •
/XDRED: t./P/-•
eures,--and recommends
ttl -havaTitieen
different: papers; it
to keep the public ietitta
's: Sarsaparilla can be.ob-,
.one, timely, at Dr. lieitly's
Health' Emporium, 191 north Send street, near
Vine "at. (sign of the Golden Eagle and Serpent d•
Wed. Irenw n's Dond is and F'red:. Klett% Drug . _
_ _Pirjei! ONE POLLML - fler:bottle; - 3 - fo r"
9, 50. . •
• •
June, 26,1844
FACTS WORTH
Hr Lad
Sarsaparillei Blood Ptlls,
Are the only Pills is existence containing Sarsa
parilla.,
nn is is a peen tar cs stracter,
composed of 'egetuble Extractathat are' 'Llitrretic,
sudorific, expeo - orant and cathartic, by, which com
bination they are adapted to most forms of disease
Rail may be taken at all Listen, by young and old, ro
bust nit,l-feehle, with perfect safety - , Without interfe
risrg with habits, occupation, or regulacznuese o
lining.• The y will, al all times. be found serviceable as a
Purgative; eltsissistg' the stomach and
_bowels, ad
well as n p urili u r gf the blood and animal
addition to their otherAssalities ; liacause, costal's-
Mg Sarsaparilla. nail other va:uable metlipal ex
tracts its their composition, and which snakes them, ,
preferable to all other Pills.
More than 1,1500- Cereificales
have beets publisslied at - various times of their ~elLs
cacy in various diseases, 111111 nite ' re all other rut di.
cities had failed; as the public must have read many
of - them,lather pubhcatton Lit tlie - riCuille — eir
uo
neceasary, nn account of the great expense.
11:lore,than-100,000'Boxes
have. bie - ii . 'sold in tilit•lndelphia alone, the past Leart,__ _
- tlinsahowingTtlattlinhi piacc glaFfe - they are
hictureil; they•have n reputation, greater inin any
other . pille—whish arises Irom the'fatalliiit Dr. Lei
dy is 'well known et liomgras a regular Physietan a •
and Wapitis are conkequently. emgloved Willi greiit
er confidence than any other; in aildition to their
efliencY..
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rhilmotiiiiiimintiftviiir . prytt ) errn r intinineyeig •
.eRn gef for . ropi I ieheat•:pr.cliea eat
'the isuality'.'• Or cheap medicines or Tills,
you, of course r gr the in:esti and 'yoilare indultet] to
take the more, under the hinfiression ira little' does ,
good, more will' dd snore good, and you:make drug
shops' al jmur'etornihs,. 'causing ofteutinles serious
otrtChrtirforollfe.' .
Dr. LeitiPs Blood Pilli are coonall bt rnore
,rienalreingredientsoind-rialidierinore , tdoety-andla..----
. ...horLio:theie_prelutrittion:;thaivstni 3 Other.;plll34.-Hthe
apparattioatoun or rrgjwring,th _ e,Ot.rnets.-ggmtditied. •
Itilatillll;OostiOg.aver three' thousiod dollars; -.- •
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1 ley ale {ir e perett only end aolii-wholesale and
Retail, , 'al':Dic:Leftly. s .it 'Health Eiliunitiiii.'NO'l9l
North ) Nriond.iireet
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Sole Ageut
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'':: :Pr : i A„ ,l.l 4N:ACFA l ..• er Pf ,,e 4 . ` 9 l' l (Pit i # :•• • 7
filing. ttii r tirii s the , ,Tetter . ;.lfah;''Dry an'irAltittpiy .
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impfes otAie litre end .beld.V. , ;•: Kyy . l, 7 ,V4iiPti4 f ki !Ind
nil 11,11ierili4:91tWeASlife:r ~,,, , c:- -,., r', : ':..l , V{.. ~,.,;:,,.
... t Of:tliii4fian'y,..triiiti kind ':liidtfeliiliold';'(it 1e., - 'pei,111:2... . :.
bbttl4 , sos ll tt IT *grdaje 1ii . •14.04e4 Trger3 l 4TiditCh - 1
Pi9tli:O9 l M,j l l o4 9 l 6 ! the.,ooV,4•heeer. ' hali.lko itithiPc.N . ". r"""!
,been` iciu,* o 4 :Ir;ti,o;iittl; Worn yherelt.•,faileib`Woune?: , ,
:bey Okirefereocep , ofin , bec . ronlei.*llelltillei44ll"/ , ' • •
t tfee,( l . lll 8 01 .0 .00 , htidoriell,, on .la.oerd,o, ;veseol,e, ;id. .
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ie„rieelliel4 ieul..;eeetideetee could , he AddifielleA;•ori7- • ,
thelni , :bovOrihe-I.lejleoey. inv,,iwkibig pamOtioldieti r .,:z i •
ell: - th_coilbeerlioe:7wAh tlorhilitlmole, o,o;distkregobleC , ' • .
•ofreeliPlis , ' - Alilllehlg , pr 0 4 13 4 ,,1 1 ',.,..5'5}f0110 1 0,1 1 4,1" 4 7 •, •
- Pill. - fikielhehtterelotetherildoh:•;eolOoloed of- . 7feelOnyet he.to.rehoelde.lPsihtl,erifle Nell , ee . the ~ ,'
oilier vileil.;, , ',AlilT,cill,qttl', ,i 0 TO - ilfl`'orefifleA eloO.PVifir3 , -
ifid.' blood ;. mid •ontli4.ernoVilk. clear ',Am! clean Abe.-- : •
'bd4o eed;chomidqxlern.;.fi;priee ' 2 . s ..eeottlelbotliCi‘LGO,
-'4:1,4;,•4444444...,.:',!,41.114Y„5trEVEN50N.--,- - ...
- , i.. i s
.. --.,.., , ...',, , , 7 . ..- :Nolo •Agent - ,for,pliePelo.
3 . l l§Aq't.+ 4 - , ":- -' ' : : . '-''', : - -'•• ';' ' ~.IY.: --, . 1 .
' '4%44* OttA. rilt, A. 'llO 'a, 1,.-- `'..-44 t'''.C,;1,- ;'' ''. ,'•:,-. "- -
, 1 • 1 " • iiiiftkiibeits
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, tdi;Siihi h el i Pied-. '_ 114)iii ,
~,, N A) dini Judg e oftheOOOß of geoftdotll)ele u';: .
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Afie 7 touitlevof bomtevlandVrePyoidlihiiihridfirlt , 40116.4 , 4014 fiolThooHilleroidgelt4tbeei- ' ,
said eiirt . or 3onlainh=plpis foethe 'atm ty-tf ,Ciuitki ,- .,
,-
berland; , ll , la,tied"their..tiettopt: b'estillitlitiifeiVes' tr- • : --'
}l)ih oft ..ti 'len/1044; siol 'to ted,dirodziecyfFheldiokiitA , ,
'court of Oyer . end -Tertninet,eill.tl g r elf,e ' 1 1 0 ,1 ' 10 e'.
;1i , 13r.t, and' O enera. Oheiter ii3essibtili it Atial'Oitiiir , ,7::
of Cerliele.:coi.lhe,'Shel Halide, et lialioetlifilW(boM . •:.
leg the,t2illilly;pd,loc.e'Olookiri.elkfs44*o.'q:4'.-
`!•-1,,:f' ".%:', , Otlir,E(l.B..iftit gir '....ty.v.Via1id...), , i./ . ;•
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STEVR.NSON,
Sole Agent for Carlisle
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