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Daily Cincinnati Republican (Newspaper) - September 15, 1840, Cincinnati, Ohio lUILY REFIÍBLICAN. |3rDAX.rrA»»Kliht Dullan; TmAWEMUt ri«*4, |a(* («•««■.I* b* I /'•rl; m hItaiic» •• I"'»* «iihj» t*H> pmr -Tknw *»il u#f c«iU if nut ►>*«1 »>>< «« »*• ymf tti iim-tit T»'i <IuíIm« »«ii #*'■!' muí» if |»ki 1 iiiiw-wuwe rtiMUU Mt* rtt>r«s will k« l‘X|l«Cl«4 I" '1^^ 'K «•«AIHM CHARLES s. TODD-EDÍTOR. “HjiittB 91ÍÍ nour iinnncrs." ' Thm brief but feccvate tkeicb of ibt public character ami aareicaa of (Jaiiaral Harrieon iafbr aale at a aety low price at the Btor* of E. Locae & Co. Mam atiael. 1T»e author refera the reader to Nilee't Kegialer, the pubhc record of the varioue Hiate* uii*mi<mo<l in the hiMoriee by McAflce and Oawaon, and to the pubHri»»»! V'i-úafe of many eiher-s now enemiee of Oencral hMtñtoB, for proaf of the facta atated in Ibé C'atoehiam. He haa bean pleaeed to dedicate the work to 01 with fhe aaaurance that, “ahould^it meet with approbation from ua who have ao ; rcalouily and arlivcly taken a part in many of i the itirriiig acrijea meutioneil, his aatiafactioii I will b>‘ comjdfte.” We commend the pamphlet to all who may he in aearch of the truth in relation to an individual who ia cloaely identified with the history of tba Weat. The author inerita aud we hope will receive the reward due to hie patriotic efTort. THE VOTE IN ILLINOIS, The St. Loaia Kepublican makea the Van Buren majority in Illinois 1640- There were ten Counties in which the Van Huren parly had no opposition, and the Republican has taken the vote of 1838 in these counties in ordefHo asMr-tain a« near ai poaaible, what ia the atrengtn of the Whig parly. Kejectin; then the Van Buren THE (iUE \T D.AV'l’ON    MEETIN'J,    •    vote in. the late election in the countlea whare M’e might fill our |Mifi. r    with inlcreslms incidenta j    there waa no opposition, and in its stead tab* the atlltel)»y tonmeclinr,l.uilli«eatcso many larse    '    «f    ««38,    we    find    that the loeofoco m.-‘ .n,lenthu,á»,tl.atw. ie«notlmpB>odo j'»ntyU not near w, large .. the.r paper, at.te any thing like juMice M the half of them. .\Song ilie tliouMiidi of banners ami dcMors. -ve |    (Jovemor,    Con. ^recollect a li’w which struck uh a» peculi.irly appro- ¡    ^fmber*    of    the    I,egUlainre, on vesier P'*'*-    <•    .    I    day. Vhc mouiilsins are on fire now, and no one One from    llamihon.    Butler roonlv,    represented ■    ^ Amos Kcmlal! «n his hack, hi# bcela in the air, his list falling off. and Extra Glolies tuntihling forth— motto,‘‘cA/irge alo’if' fhrwhtJe f/«e ” One iica m ha 1 on t'lc top of a Ion? !«><* » P'-’"'' f ,ur of five fiet 111 h ngit, fillivi with the shin-jdusters of the (rviient day—motW: GOLD.” Ill one of t' e Log (’ahina was a Uve r/v»^with a slieep tkiii tied oil him—motto:    I’AlENr OMOCRAT." One banner re¡)rrsriil«l GENEÍI.AL ('rary.on a poor bub-tail poney, with a stiol pun in bis hand, valiantly chargiirp u|k n a water melon. ‘ An ther re|iresentcil V'aii Burcn running down hill, his locks and mat tail streaniiiig in the wind, and a barrel of ‘ bird cider” after him;” he waa cry-in; out “iiup thal l/irr<¡.'’' good account of hci self, though we cpnUot hope to csrrv the ¡Stale. RATHR« Si.1 M.—The liKofocos in New York have made an eaiimaie of their majority in that State in •ALL BUT 'JH*'- November next, whirh amnunia to the large number of 3600. Now this ta a very lean majority in a vote of 400,(KM). Better give it up at once. (Ij'The ‘Buckeye Blacksmith’ta now in Pennsylvania. He has large audiences wherever he goes, and is said to lie doing good service in the whig cause.    * Fur the Krpulilican. j Mr Editor:—Although every citizen of Cinnnna-' ti who went up to the help of ilie thousands at Day-i    ton, feds grateful    for    the    unbounded    kindness    and I'pon an'PhiT were the letters “K K O K,” this    hnspiiality of    the    “Cjty of    FIa|M,”    should    there    not wa# too hard for us.and we asked the bearer its mean-; somept atic declaralimi I* made of the iilirralily af ¡ iiif; he toll us it ,mc inl kaii’t konir it over Korwin. | oflV neighbor»? Hhould we not hold a council, and i We saw inanvlo'her thmgs that are worthy of no- i rai^e a united snicc of thousands con.[iIimeniary to | lire, hut amid iTih glorification of the iK-casion our | llicir mun ficence? Ttie press has already «[sikcn ¡ mem iry could r.H inko in one hsH w e saw. We ! on this subject. ],ei Me riiopLt mm speak!* j were stfui kwiihlthe vast numliCr of liraulifulcanoea'i Cincinnati, Sept. 14,1840. .A Dileoate. ' drawn hv horses upon w.igons, and filled with men-T'fion one wvgm we noticed three caioes,raised one aliove the uiht r with men in each, ami in the Infimo; t ranoe was fasfrncvl a ‘'BucLeye saplin,” in the tofi hmha of which, was ii live while Rackoon walk* iiig about, ai. I looking down uJfm the crowd as tho’ ho was liK)king fort!).-' editor of the Baltimore Re-(•uMican, the man w ho prnfsisrd to give General Harrison ¿2000 a year and hard cider for his liev-eragc, that be micht bo content to live in his li>g cabin, and not disfuH.t the officeholders who were running away with the People’s injney. youth in Washington City not yet in his teens: MARTIN’S LAMENT, My sins briore thee, 1 coiiCewi, I own my great unwurtliineaa, 1 vr lieeri a vil« ami wickat 'arlet, My Miis they are aa red as acatlet. 'I'he wings have awinn, for deeds thal’a pa-'t, III lUf neat tall tliey'il bim a Uu*i, Tw!!! summiNi me to Kinderhouk, Alike (urgolieiland tbrsook. Tliey say that when a man must die, Ii ia no lime for htm t» lie— ’J'hai when hia life is nearly uprttl. He should ciMifes», he shouM repent, ‘•It must be so: they reason will,” 'I'herelore my evil d«ds I’ll lell.— This nailoii gave nw the command; They placed the nvord in iny own hand— ('oftienleil nut, I seized the [>urse, Which to poot me has fnoved a curse, MovnI every goorl U’A/jg from his place, Ami lilt'd it Ufi will) stMiie tcupe i'riia; And every ruguieh, tIuevUli, rat ill otiiee, is a drnmñut, t imi>t confess I h.ive been routeil. ^ I've liern most cruelly Simr-twoutedi And whsl is neither more nor less, I’ve put in men that’s now I’rlreieH-I orgaiiizod a'yirn/nf Aunrf — Gave (ieneral Amos ihi' command. Just 10 secure my next ileciioii, And brilie tlie rogues in every seelion; I've kefH the money in my hanrls, Dne to Ihe West for public lamb; Gave not one cent appropriaiign, 'J'o makeiliehish'W.iy through the nation. Also I’ve gone agsinls the Hank», F'or which the Whigs don’t give me thankf; I've also wink'd at afm^.liun    ^ .And thrown aside the SrHllli’s petition. Jii't now enough; I could ti II more (If evil deeds ihat grieve me sore, t) fiaiiloii me—grant fmr mure v'fin. And you shill have |h> r Martin's prayers. DEMOCRATIC Cl'KTAIN'^. It if not every mall thit ran go to Washirgion and sre wiih i,L own eves our ¡h/iuirratic JV«(-dmt, and llie hrautiful fiifne on the v imlovv» of his East Riiom; but such ran form aiime idea of the style of tlioac fii'.ni from the bdlownig bill of particulars, and ihe amount of money—f 3,873 37— paid for them! Snit$ of eurf,\n! fur Eoit I.t im. 210 yard* Iraig silk frmge    f4    10    10 44    do    heavy cord silk fringe    121    00 44    do do rollon    I®    72 210    do    rnibroidrred ragle irudin    3.'i‘2    80 110    do    satin boriter    402    CO 19.6    do    yellow silk    007    60 172    do    blue silk    377    5‘2 167    ik)    white sdk    .517    71' Mr Nolen'» bill for filll Riys    70    OO ,A. Lejandicr’s lull I Irnami'iiU    ’Jb'i    7.5 I’utiinj up the ruriaina    "274    bO »t a. a. «CW, “I am sure my deai, than, you csnnot dijert to my atteiidirtp I'lte or two of ihe aur liona. Evuiy body el*e goes,” *‘llul what do you wi h to buvl" ‘•Oh—téi).hiiig—timv IS, I knvrw of nothing.” “'riien ol cvioise you Hunino iiiooey," “I did’iit siy (Arif—oue wuukl fvcl m> lisvlish, you huow, wiiIhiui any nioiiey in’s f>ui>e.” ‘•Hut why klioutd 'one feil »o loiduh,' when une does not want to liuy?”    • •*Now, Ge 'Tge, yuu are Mt firovolting. Give me some money, aud a»y nmhing almut ir. ’ •‘Ed»ier said ihiii done, my dailing.” “Hut you must.” “.t/nsi I» a hard word.” bvo Kaieihought—ai.d drofifs^l it—Iml rhc manap-ftl to say aoiuething else, win -h answered the purpose. ,\t any rale she nised the money, niid of - wrmwvsn -s.sae    - Pi«—I w bh my brother fiaimera would think very acnmisly on the arlva lages to he derived fiuoi the system of culitvanng no'uiore lind than can he well inaiiiire.l. 'J’he dusire (or more land has been the ruin of thnuKsnds, who woulil at iliia tiirs' have Ikiti well off, if their feieud* bad ih'firived thrpt of one half the number .(acre» which tlii y at one fioie frowHssed; white the cxira lula>r and anxiny quent upon a Uisineasao aptcad aliruad, are alt that imiivy have ever gtJi.erl, and uil they had a right to eifari to obtain. .And it would sfipear to lie a faial-tly to wl.icii persons of this sort are «.ubject, or they woukl surely lie able to see //»r luM in fhe middle if their fare—for one ia not more plain than ihe other, ff ten acre* of lami can lie marte to yield as much ta one hundred, merely I y eomenlrjling u|>on It the mr-ansof im¡irovement the lalior and rare nccesaary for the cullivaiioii of one hundred aerea, the result cvmme she attended the uuiiioii.lier irusewlirti a bus-1 must be profit iff minrl,. Ualy »ml aubs’snce, al>»o-Irani! wishes his wile “would’nt'' go any where, ami I liilelv a»ioiii»hingi No»» only lor a moment calcu-still funimlie» her the means to go if she choose*, sl|ie j lal'i the difference in Ulior, in haulinp t!ie insiiore is naturally more apt to oliaerve the atiirmaiive im- j over one bumlrrd acres msirad of ten, and after ihst plieil in the cash, than the negative, bowevor earnestly eipresaerl. Uesides all this, wive* are very a(it to taae liiierlies with iheir tiiislmnd’a gmxi nature. '1 here IS a phll sophy in il,ilee|)er than women undonrlsud ihenitrilve», though they practice tipon it. A quiet, good, conqdisnt body, who give* l»er husUind no Iroubh'.i», like every thing elw which gives no trouble -taken no trot ice of. It reqoirea a small leaven of the iniicliiievou» ig kaep a man proj cily in his plar-e.— There i»\i ^eilint^gfiing with the im ii, wiiliootlor-menlinglliXn-^ a lilllo”—at leasi so we are wil-emnly assUrMlIy the ladie»—and we happen to know tli|l iltcy proceed U[r«i the principle, right or wrong, in many c.viic*. Kate went to the aiuiioii—but she went dcicrmin-cd not to Iroy. VV e know the laci.lrci aiiso she prtv the spreading it abroad! ihrn'romes ten linies the |ilonghirig, harrowing, aowine. with ten lime» the quantity of scrJ, hi>'-!mrrowmg, mowing or rrajñng, and binding ami raking over one bunilri d ar e* to-stead of len, and exin rarryiiiR cro)»; aliJ after all this, fen time* the rent to fjatf—i der lare it appears to Iv a vfieci. s uf insanity, this desire for more IuihI. I bare lately seen a Isrni where ait tliese evila are rmtHnliMl—of eieefleiil imturAl fertility, fie'ds Wrje and lying on an easy declivity, with every facility for jie'maneiit improvement, mail ol the firlicst quality ill Ihe miiklle of lh< eslale, ami wnbin three feet of the suiface. Now, if the owner of ihi* line f*rin iff aliom two hundred acres, would coiifine his Islwrs to b n flr ri's of the land sdjiiininj lli# house, ami give all the re t to tie -Im k ufarn ih Isini.oidy movving tested It to Irer husband, the ver» l.ral ihmg In lore he i llie weed- to prevent llirro tioin s*t'ding biSamI hi* Irll the liousi'; ami Itccauao alie (mrfe-leil die same I iir i'jhlsrr's land, I Itebeve be woubl ilieii niske a pru- MuliKir -CITY MAT rt;i!S THR PORK fillHNRSS'I l|m/iiore »trett,trh,4 n Third md FmiMh h J# fcai a dv «1* > »h'M *e made some sl usleitj» • | yucwlav evening. FciHi ml er Ibtli,*! A *//<»»# Fcj-tr filler Iinli,’ll40, t»lU di^crmioAih.n had m»ds u ren^rli up.o the pto p«,.u j ^    ¿r    |'.»    «    tot d t me, wilh new acvneV of the e,w»ioy pork    .    |    Ac    ,    the    oew    , im b -rlr: ina enl tied MEL- b is kisiwn W ,he P o;lp of rtie -sgi. iMt sut, the sp. y'///,,/,. y;/.- '//yt; U¡:sh:¡{T, uf the tiling over to hri*1f, aa she Inví on her lial. 7'o guaid against lemptulioii she nil e,l tin' notes very snugly up III Iter purse, pressing Iwck ilie miy Upon llicm vviili rxlraoroinsry r.iie, ami then very carefully |iut the purse away—in tiei bag, and took iier bag u|i-on her ariu, a« she s.illied out In lind »onie one lo company her to the sole, wtmh she was so anxious to attend, („>sitivcly fiir—nolbttig Jit, while SI pie rut he must muht ahnt. I was lokl yeslerdsy of » l.trmer wlioi ullivaled one sere of |«nd adjotliliig a field of tliiny acres—l«lh were (ilsnlcd w hh rye., and at harvrsi a bt i was made that :lic yieHof the one acre tsasequal to that ol the tliiny aerea; this waa however lost, for the crop of ihe tliiny sere* meAsiire,! eiihlly ihrrr-f/uuriiT» <f a him/ul mart than ttir one i/ere—these Ib ldv I bavr. -Profit 10 per eeiifum Expenses ol I'pholstcrrrsin \Yash-in;:lon 3.105 85 34'J 60 '■It is a ruinous ►acrilice,” aaiil the auctioneer, as | wen ihia dav; and I h.i'e al»o seen onolhcr-field, llie laiJies enUTed. “f have sei n (ro[»*i1y trequeiilly j whelr the ow m>r o*^ red lo dispose of the crop ol rve thrown away in inv lime—Ihji never any thing like    \fur a    dullin'    an aerr, but toulvJ grt no purchaser at this U-fote. Only tr n doll.irs—I’m off red—ten dol-    ¡    Uít^cr!    ) lars—tend.illars—IrndoUar,—ten—ten—ten—slia^ .Nm»vi»jj/not much l>ellrr to tlooUe ibecroplhan 1 isy any morel W hy, I stmuld not make a hdííij to double the ninidH''T of acres'* Hut I have land ly-tilack'a 'fomniission oil the lur|nture uf the ,^or i mi: I» fue me, whirh would yield five bund ml |sr House, to st'il it out in ihi* w.iy! Elrvi n arn\ i f- j «’Ul more ilisii it now tioes, liy extra ni.vna .emt lit (end—thank You, inu'ini, you show vout discr,m »i|"n—eleven—now la tot this really loo Isid,' iiiA’arn!'’ Hur friend Kite, to wl, mi ihi* question was /i«l-d e-vsrd, wtill the man's nlatidi-sl siinle, couhl helj) lliioking that “H‘lealiy wa. a pity”—l,ui b<rvv could she help it, (Hior I,mu? Hud she («wo-wo-d the rmimy ol I’r i>us, »lv still saw the absurdity of selii.ig U|i lor a lemale |hiljl)lhiopi-l, to kyep auc>o tiom e.f Ir.iin rinning l!.r i tiuiilry by wiling gmais at .Av Olii Kaíviib., A MOTH Eli’S I. RAVE. I follow ed into the Inirving grouml. in the suburlis of the i iiy, s small train * I («r«in», no’ more than a dczi ii, vvbo ba.1 roine ito Imrv one of ilieir ai qmn-tame. 'J'tnr clergyman m ailendanre, was leailing a Is'V by ifie batsl, whi\ seemed to tv tlic only rela- 30 00 1 M'lJt t < r 11 ‘rill »wiiiil Jj; t.*» ' VIUISV» » s'g »•«    »    i    »    ■    i    i    ■    •    1*1 ess than » h.mdrrtli part o! lt,eir ‘value,,. Mr licll Í    in lti.-dender group. I gather- protested be was doing Mill she   .orrv    "''J ^    i<esMi»i    IV    .1M : J lU A*»..,sl sliiavia iksu jvttalil Kurwt liiflll ITl ; C.vviiga ! (üienlung i I'linion ______ ! Delaware ,    Herkimer T7'*    ''nil), t')» evpi of h'’ni!rcds of thou- i Kincs w.-.ds of your pohiiral l.malhrcn ;irr eainf'sliy and ' ],rwis iiiiensely lieiit upon yog. f^land nut slill, oribe [ ¡Ma,!j<r,n eonccntratcd blaze wjll scorch you!    ,    Montgomery A»! friend Prei.tice, iff vill not etand ftill, the ^ very hilU and v.dbys of Ohio are in motion,--men, ^ women and chtlJrrn, have allcome up to iLc rescue O.aime of our eomii'.on rnuniry. \ Ida»' of light and glo-1 Dsvvego rv i« continually sent up from th,' 60 and 100,000 ; of frwrn^ who are Wirkly ing their voice*. together in couriseL It wouki do your eyes good to ' lh,hmond bsik upon some of the enihiistastir githerings of! ibc people in our “Huekeye" hítale. And wear» not astonished ihr.t we are allfticling the gaze of bun- ; dr-ds of ihousand» of our political bretliren in other, i Meneri.-tlfaie». W'e w ill tn .he ilii'ir heart# rrjim e iii(triolicr h*!. I^wrence On the l!i« evening of the Oili, at Dayton,whilst General McCarty cf InJfkna was addreasingsome , íSu||,v„q thousamlson .Main s:n el, some one Iw-gan to throw ! TRga stones the crowd: several s'artej mit to look I Lbier    • from whfio e they came, and sfl-r a Iiiile search, ¡ found a locrffoeo up in :lie rupalo of the t-'ourt; LOrOFOCOI.^M T filNO ITSELF IT! The Delegates to the -Van Huron State (Convention were called on f.»r an a¡ímíite, of the result of Ihe Election in their re*|>erti»e Couniiea. 'J'hal c*-limate h ii fallen into the hanr's of a friend who has eenl us the follrfwinggojjjf. It i* aulhtniie. The j esiimale of wbich this is a.^ropy was partly m the bend-wriiing of the Attorn«djeneral Ueardsly. Now see at w hat frail planks li^Wocouni graapsto save itself froi-i sinking:— Van Duren.    I    Ilarr'umi. colIin Was lowered down, llie rhilit burst birtb m unc.iiilridled gibf. 7 be litl'e Icbow had no one lift lo whom be looked for sih-rtiun, or which cottlil sdilri s« !,mi in llie Ion.- ol pa.entd kindiie»». 7'he U,t ol his Aimiulk Was in the grave—iitd he was all lie. W ben the tlamomu* giii f of the cliikl had a lit- mate..* All the log cshm window cur ain. in l!le i and wilhml h.a r.qm.m. a p.mmae. that she wouh!    ‘IcrRvman    oddr^    us w.ib tl^ whole West dll not c.oil 8» rr.uch asthose whi.h buy noihmg, that JieUid not to loeak her word. t-us'Oii.a. v vih.,rlaii..i. lo c. i,, i t c n-o nilmn aid k adorn the Eatl Rjorn of his demurratir, nuiH’stl! fhe did not ev. n venture u|*mi a single I id. ihough I'"!!""'*-' 'U'l'iHB t" 'i»* 'hikl, l»e a,kk-d;“. lie strongly tempted »o lodo mo.i than ome. till a H’uis “    “!    '‘T'    '*    '^** «lsca.,.:t«a.lok sold. :md soM foe nothing 1..), i    ‘    "•'I*    «'    ih'»*'t** hat her purse was ui< at lioine. 7'he rovetrd aMi- j cle, whali ver it w.s, was knocked tliivvn at the tlev- j en doiljr*. :in<l somcthinu eU- put up.    ’ Kale euduied nil t " sullenng of n sensitive | the alis-tluie haiktupti y liiat the el.Mjueiit aucnomcr imule the ow n r. sulfcr u[«hi eveiy am- ; Cost of E.i»l Room Curtains $3f75 3.5j Can anyone wonder that Vr VanHiin'n.and those who tiai-k in the light ot In* dtiu Aratrrcoun- tenanre, tliould despbe ha: ralmn sjoi liirir in- cle sold; but abe had |irofS>M(l (ieorge mi j. siiivclv, (J/il i^oldnr. TAVVM0._“The bu.....-*. ol Tax VIVO.” sávs ^    y,,    ijr|i    ;*ril    WB»g..g,g,    o,    sk    '    -«■'►''“H N’'"'!?    •«‘lid.    Ill    a    h-w months e New A mk EipreMt, “i. earned «n rnor.'cxl.n-    i,,;,    it.    Hot    a.    ,    '*8^itm'^f >ome up lr..m that grave rely 111 the region of Ihe Calakill M-unUms. than !    j,,    she    d<    ,    ^    to at.otuer lilvpio a hie of h»’pin. s. ami h.'pe. the sively in ihe aime limits in any oilier pm lion of the coun- ; Ijhovv? i try. Mn only lime ol any size could , *    it    U, !adii ' he fouWI in that ngii'n, iiiinmg out arinualiv aboci    -jj,,)    yjiai  ......... ; 40.0(H) kide* ol leather. Now, there aremore than fif- , j    imt i* « Id onlv k. auw :    , ty-six lannene* of nnignitmle in ihat region, whi^ ,|„    „    brcakma ui. I, -le.k.vimg. There are .    cnming    spring,_ I wa. in theneigli- Alb Allelhany H (.'al.vraugus Ch.'iulaiiquc Columbia (.‘nrtlamJ DijlcheMS Erie EdteX Franklin Fi.lion A Hamilton (iene-ee Jefferson I.ivingston I .Monroe ■Nugira Gotario Orleans Ren.vlaer Tmnpkiii. A\'a*Miiglon t-’hvnanjo 400 l.'iü Inn l.V) lOOn ‘2IM) 1.50 300 2(KI0 200 ion •,:.50 2500 300 1000 8IH) 100 VifM) 100 100 300 1-2011 '2(H) ^ buj, .    ...V    aiieiMiani»    shuviliid    tn    ihc    earth    u|e.n    the nearSv rrw. um-J ml» one I    ^ ,y careij:v. Jl origmallv 1    ‘«f    »«" h 'i ho» lottU from l.'ie lowlj teuc ________________ I    a vun: imt u. Id onlv k, au«- : agnitmle in ihat region, whi^    „    breaking up h i*, k.v, mg. There are .    m    the en*m ;.(i.V.,000*,deM.| s-de l.'Htl;er>    ,0    ,h,.,,,r,c.    n„e.    url.Mi.what    I    1    ic    bury    mg-gmu.    d,    and    «rmg    the    «ate ........... 7'rn doiu,.: vou a r p.king, ^ "C "• *    •‘".‘-8    'I;''    8*“'7 fun itt tocuvcr ice m-ten :    them a.1. and womlering •ha la,100 annually manufarlun valued Hi nearly J2.(l00.000! 7'he lea'tier bu.mcw. which imludi;. the nuinulai'ture of Umlsand .hoc*, il the shili-'ir* ruild k obtained, wunld k biimd to e<|ual, it nut cireed, a'lnost anv uibci br.inch ot businesa in llie Slate of New Vo.k. c)E.\VM'..rEH, iix I'owi.ii*.—This intefi'#' ling work o, art i* now a( the Altima-um. A. llie of art .American s-uljcor, we regard it will) no htile pride,a* imin live at reinirkable lajcnl anil lull ol poi.iii.e lor ihr future .Mr. Powers H 4101 only an »'-ule and dcvoir-d sludciil of riaiam. b'.l has a huliicient elidownu nl ot idesiity lo 1./in ip-iv,. and elcvjie hi> rui)ic|g|on. In ihi* hu>l iV-efir p. lueUionv >i', he has aimnl to pn.hitr a rharac-lern'n: likem *», lo throw into ihc expic. loii the |«-ruliar mental lr..u* of ihe iiHlividual, and st unp it • I'll hi. miellerlunt m k.I in On* s'lcmpl he hat aucrer'ilcd 11 a cliarm. •'En n in fs.rtraiis,” ny. IbynokU, ''llie grsee. snd we may add the hkeiie-., oinsisls more in taking the t< m ■:.! air, than in ol>. nerving the ex o I .imiliiude of every fesliire." 7'hi. [ remark I. .Inkmgly lllustralrd m ttie (tresenl o -Mtnce. ¡I I- riot a mere mechanical ropy of the fare in (k'ltil, but a <|iirilcd whole, trhnirably adapted t.> convey to j.istrri y “the couiiterb il presentmenl" of the New Eng sihJ orator, it ■* not ifie VA rlwter of ase eould .nati h off »*> inai y vuuns'f inari imielf—wh.n recollctliog that I w»s mar the have I rthec.i'|vi! ma’am, woiih more itun itt lo cover ne m--ten iloiiat*. ten doll.irs—win I • d give that lor it mv-, '"*"8'    *' M' mv'log lo »lc'p Ol!—/. ;i ilolltrs, w. rt im re i    .    ,    ,    .    .    , than f.tlv at A,,, least. Uni l/mrs. ten gum,oswould    'he    |    evmu.    au- romr ni'.ier^gdot—ICO 'kil    “»*ce what had her n done to pte- * E!cv* í„,/^PÍÍ<aie. A o.|k Rulácnn wa. ;>as»e<!, ‘ Eleven, ihai.k v u ii a i|. Imt you are fMsiliveiy loo crur'i. i oil are lakingXcNanliigr* id iIh-. wo-et’« i.ic>*sHn». and my (» i ive oon-. Elr vrn dot—twtlve I'm off. :<d. tf.d i:* C' ins. tw lve, IW'ilvi, iwilve—*.)iry '.on'» hot it ma'am, bn Vuu toik as Ihoogh vou ought II h.ive it--” "7'liirtei o," I riid Kate. Sh* couldn't «land un-mo" : .1 •tjcii an a|i< .il.    t “ i'hirnrii, iiow I taeaik a htlle, t ot li* only a gasp: It* a stia» to a dom ip'g ii.aii. I ul 1 latchat It. Tljin<.-ri. wiil viHi Me 11.1» ksoliti.l article wU for lew ti,.n It woulii Is* wonn to jwck cru krvy with turn into shrevi»; tho ieen. xiiir looiiceii, hmr. bmr. olie dullor more ma'am and you will have II, lour-lei n, f mrieen; quH k or yo(j lo-e i' fourteen, hard nia'ain l>ut Uir; l.rtir-ln-n. tlur —” 7‘o make tSe burg .hof, KalC bought the rai|H-l lor Ihiity iwo I oltaro, \\ hen liusliaial i Hhe home lu rlinner he fvtwcli of the monih ■>( Orioier, mpnlly «¡'I'l a li a Itw rrir-tn wheu ll;e gn #i id tbi» *■' tkvii .rf t, ¡ I nk,». I'vk.ia f<tvi«rid l.-r jiHii.n, 'ilie n .nuiaiUire of (»ek ill the wfAi, at a l.usini.a, hoi t>*c- m*' a maitef U .I- ", ininesl to iifsrty llie •t»'!* f» p,ilai«>nof the .Yiumi Y.'l ley. Ibe i<ivc>r, ihn llaniaare »iel yuirnsw iie nut chanu, ihr nieohaiili.>anil lal.irrrfo! oor i liy areall on»» or letw illri-cily lull nmi (J; •> v*h1 a* the lirner, the iln’. ver, tn,l ih* j.ak jiaeker, In :iii* ho)>"rlÁni sMliJjncL So. h l*mj llie her, II will not, we irii»l, be dwmetl a'J|>er. enigtovy in ua, il we ilioniul tuuAér wane «|mis>n., wbicli ar> *i.f;:eiai!l l.y |iira:irf‘nl, and to arrii*i"n t" • f'o* of the cirr/aawl rtirea who li mu* ali'.ict Vile p IMK-ll'HfS duniigtbespproachiny aessm. Foraevsml nwniU i«m Ii ha* la en a general eimip'.iiit lhalih*re wa» aacarriry of nemey in DMrkrvwiih wlntli 10 carry on l/e«la<ia ofierMi Of U I» »ell kn-iwn wtiy ihiiacArri'.y exma II i* »<II km.wn ihat »,ir lankahave keii sieadiiy r.i.rtallii t am) lirawlnf In iheie jneaiia, aiiiil iiu»l of ih*iH have ar.cuii.ulated larje «ulna which, we pre-lumi .only nuulfr» ihe (•ffi roi what they deem deeinu le jat[er, U> he fee, ly liMoed; if. a* w* n->w tiave reta in lo ei peci, we ai.ail have a 8 liic'lactttaisre, in which th* lo* . pie will ii»vt) (■•i.tlitenre, iha: Ihera will !,« m> more lla-krriny wiih the currency. We have It fmin iielieputsUe •Ulhnrily,'that larg* r.ootrhflS have already Iwen aiitered lubi tor the delivery id Ul hoi at the y«ua in KenttKky aoH Iwtuna, wheo iheae.Miii f'^htving afratl arrive, at Uf*e tkilUre |*f hundred ll«(n«i vveTjlRv'toaiini wheua au|h lend in that i ity al»ut far Italian and iweniy-flvo nr fifty cenia per M>tla nett weight. With the jHoafaicl then id at' akmiaoce of inoneyitad iha aviiliiy .Iretdy iianifi'ii"(l ta «er are ih» purvhaii' ■! ho.,«, it requirri lu a aioi:! «liara id diaiarnioi'm la a I |.rem arqusinicd with iiw (otti' htaory ■ f he |«elc Uto-u ra in I'liit iniiaii, Ui.pi'ri'heisl a ren.'W»l of ihol dAiifcr’ i.ia »t.iiit »i t|eeuUr#.i, winch kj ao nflrn resgltid lu l.rtlijmi Di.iiy < I Ih. eo, a*,'n.f In Ubw biáiitli of bostin aa u> ihe vcr,;! of ruin. 'lb. t« may k <au»r, tfiA'gh M ua lint a «ulTit i"ii! ime, why Ib* M >,if!y ronlraiui wera toade, whnh ii.ey Iv a no med to ilie pri«(aci k-e-diTadVaiMe in the ,S, w tfrieat;» («>:k ii. irk' I Tka advante ha* Ukeii piar». Pul hir it u-oii the l.yiliiiHil* c.eii»“;in ni a r.f a coiitinui'd ui iiiaiiil f‘t I'ii «uni|>vro < r it u iha rather the reisjit of iq.-ceja no, the' i duuioiahed tuDI ueiiily u> oriiig It »..hinib» rantrd»d a f-w b'4!er»1- 11 M inir mu-f. aiuiu ih.i Ui# ioter .piernn rcviuin» the iru. inawer. talhe w V'Uk »nd Ihamii mark«t» •till frs fruta dull and lar|n I condaiuii, and Hit |>o>'»c4 jiooi ■luri* la lhrae inarsr u will n K |wy the wrwem pwikir lh< co»i and chargra on lo» aniete At 1.1» lime l»M ymr, cirtipiietarire» clearly «hewed ilui hr;.» iriuf, Is ».|d Jurin» the tall at a gris' ridurlsin fn.a the |enr* .4 iln (revs'ua year .Y!«ny id («ck «r» w-w *r,-»l fUftirer* Py ilie J, |.»rialed t.P r. »( wtnch ihr-y had Peen uY iiged lutel, the nunufa. tuccd aniel» uf the pirviuui w.».n.    X— .Vp.iiey wa* warre, and the heavy »< irkaid ivovinoia III our I rtnci|«l ii.arkeia nil-red eu imlu. eineiit p, «isku kiL.ii I g,j iv~uU »»• ihsi h-<5» i»nj'«i in ihia loarkM a, fomi l3..V)o. fl.fri |»f pli ]!w iiett, sversginj lent aply fi-l -!? f ir the wh |e n>ii:.;,«Tiol , here. The-|uaiiiity“(«t up" in Ihe weal that n awm w»» pm-tidily it per rent. *h .n nf an average, and u r.,Hii|«re.l WMh the (ire.edingyear, fri'n fl to 3rl |«-r retil rdi.r . !eil the inim-n»e »i.. k» .,|.| |,-ovi»i,art whie'i pluOed the tviaoifo and j.u!hern o.trkeia, amply amaed t.r the de ficiency. And even »nh ihn frr-at rtdmiisin tnthaijuin. tity «etil 1» msrhH, and the ri> u|wratively 1 >w {wife» a, • tuo ha purchavd.ihe pwlor ti»« «rairely realii»! a fsir return for hi» c_pi'al and lalxw, anil a* ha* le»n k fire reinark-ii.the prrwem (,rn.ei |„ ih> (¡real ranrrn nvar-ket* will mr.l hiiii a l.«t The quewem ariw» -will iha woMenj nf«-mvw k >ia,iPrd in fw.riuE tu advan.. on the pru,.» of U». faj( ■ hde 11 laadmiued that the new erop will f. uttffiftif' k. :. Iienrif Ure of cW , n, h«, „nf wtib the al vaniaga^ an tmm«l,ao atuve dmao.!, {wovkled jwic» are modef ' »'.e, li Iv I ,,., ,    ,1,0 , o.rns-. Ill tie of h-w» prcjarMltw loarliet -lhu jluinrum ’ r ¡ ; of    e>, ry !•,< liny f. r ihv fat- ¡ 'ei..;i, of u. ,t c.flv ll,.. 10!,of p,ra.1 «uff,. ¡and Ihe : ,»    m, .ml,,, .ff.rl.d. ami m vie» Infll.e vifi.,,, .-irMni,,, U e- wh.. h have < .nap.ird 1„ raii e, tmr,»-o,| aooini oi in ihe lalleip,^ me at the r-iar .1,1    'hat    will,.«<t Ihe Au/M;hy A, .Aiwaw, author nf "iUfV'kuf Hawk f/o/Aiie.” Tfl/.roA,” tVf. looiiili tl on Syrninr»' Novrd Ilf “Pelsvo, or llie ioel of Ihe Gollis.” qjr 7'hc »ceiie i. JaiJ iff S, ain,.alstul the yefil 717 The pari uf MtUhiur Ay Mr Fentl. The |«ifiHiiiaiice« will iafimu;iire wiih Itie Mttt lira.11» of MEl.CHKtR OF ¡'HE HESEHT, Or, The Hi nREW Faith. .Mebhior, nn exiW Hebrew IVhyo. 00 exiled Pnnen Egi*:t, bftdher to Pelayti, and heir loihe tliruiMt .A ehliishiip, tinelf to the Prince .Adontakim, Imitber to Melchior Amri. son to .Adonitkm ' I ami Fiilioer, fiovrrnur of Cordova (’ .uiiHkudoci Count JyUd» I «red NuMe»,», A Lady I rraea Lady Cava, daughter to fi’t Julian '¡■htíz-v, daughter lo .Mriebuir, Zit'k, alave lu L'lrwo ÍMr Hroit. ‘ ? 1Marab, 8¡|»ke, Miirtnn, Driatow;' Porter, 1 Mark. Do/Be, Branigtn, Henry, Mint Duff, Clue, Mr» Altem»;, S I'iiytr.T --wAct I—ScEWk 1. Chimher in flie Artht(t»hop'«    meet    inf    of Pelayo, Kgiai ami Ik .Arehbishoji. fil l V». 2. Meeting of Mi'lrltiorand Pelayo—MetA'-nr fiyrma liim.elt—I'elayo i« on ik eve uf «Uying him. i»kn Thvrza ibrowt herrell lieforo him—Mtkhior »«ymr» I ally 111 the n»'ifH' uf Ilia Ink. S. EVE 3. Count Julian’. |»»lare—meeiing klwrm I-mly (’»»», Egyw »nd I’cUyo—ihn cunira«t. SviVE 4. 7Tie fon.piraiofs’ iniroduetion of At rlr hior by I'elayo—imlignatmn Ilf ihi .1rchl>i»bop—sitark oa .Mtkhior—k 1» rracurd by Pelayo. Act 3—Sceve 1. Room ai Ad..niakiiri-I)eien of Amri—71m food and dosiinjfaikr ilrecivrd by biifiilw aonf Sc eve s. Pelayo awetira la ■aerifiee Egtia to the Atlnr of hi. rwjntryt SfUSE 3. Cbamkr •( Larly I rrara’a—.Amri ewesra elrmoi luve Slid eon.taiM'y-I'rTaea’a jealouay ^eivE 5. Aniri't altvrhYp Egm—her mmc! TAHKEAI.A'. .A|iartiiienl st^jdy I rriri*»—lAmri lanundn)— I'he devolu.1 love of wurti»n—Amii*» duplR'iiy. Sr « HE 2, J.ovc'i dallurice—Count Julian’» ailark npon Kgiza! Pfiaa 3. Chamlwr st .AAmiakim’»—Trenetiaryof Amri— Airoggle kiwiwii Amri and Mclrfaior. Sceve4. Inlcftor of a Cell—The murder?—The Falber’o corar!!! Ait 4—flrrvE 2. E?i»a’i in.becile lUodurt—Comhat—Egiza dia-armeO. / StivB 3.    ^ Apanmenl a/Lady r.Vrwa’^-Urraca’a grief— ySoia of Vrugeance. S, ana 5. The Revenge—Folfi na ni of ihecui»e!! SciVE 7. Cave of VVimk—Tk eurjiriac—Victo y and IVaff,!!! tahleal.v. The I; hule to tuneitult with a popular Forte. *ep 14-3t NGTICI-L \ Ihi.i, .1 ,w-»eni «S    t,r,    *PHL eopartnership herctcfore exiatin|| Mareen f «. e. I ,,| pruiit 1., Ih« «-.rsrn (wcker, »h *.| I he b* In- ^    '‘••’''•«'■'I    hy    mutual    ronsent,    the    junior \*(Uwt, J'»eph hraAam, ha I mg erigagerl in afber «V rve ik menmry ol one so uiterly ile-liluU: of cirth-Iv Iin nilt. 'J'o my sur|>rise, I l"Ulid tlie nmM Je-siiabVol all ni^iiniot lor a ii.otln r'» srpulehte— liliie VY wa^i ing ue.-ir the head of t.'ie iiovv spnken giBve.    mienily    u|i<m    wHoe    giein sh o r h.wPx|p|H    the    wirmth ot F|'img, hoiii tin- Mill lpl|^^9k! uis'a cdhii. YA liliirn «itaftevi ..I nif^^Mih, ainl w..'i¡d bav • lelt tin' place, p. wa. long I. |.,iiHei,ohl induce hun 1.1 tarry; Slid iiidc-. I iLil no' win Ip. nml'nh'nie, until I told him th.l I v.a« prewnl when thry burp'd tiis molln r, and had u.aikrJ hi* lean al the Uine • 'Jlien y..u Lrard the mini-lcr sv, iny mot;,, er would {ufiie Up out of ibia grayc," said lltUr YA |l-iwm. “I did.” ‘ It i»lrue ia il col’” asked hr in t lone of foliC-dciiec, “I iiwv! firmly lw!i< ve il," .aid I. I “he eve it,''»a’d the child—“bilicve il—I tl'ought you knew It—1 klHiW It.” • How do voii know It iiiy diar’” I du'vsl to | iy lucre»#..! | It K Mil fsir Pv f. ,.p .* f-.r (.el,. «•I h" r- | i,r» ' .wovim .4 ike». »rt,rl»», aixl Impartí Is, Mo,ier any cirrum«ance*. ; kef lu eacape ullimsie Yatea (ireene VA arren tfi.SOO 13,100 3,6(hJ Litigants who find t!iem»elvra in Court witboot tesliin- ny to sustain iheir •rlion, "give • eogrmvi’.” (rtiénder», when the ease ia Ion rlearlv against ikin, frequently “plead guilty and throw tlwmaelve» the mercy of the Court.” Tk loicofoco» in.tra<l Hou»» with hia hi.» kt aud |io< k:s full of rock-’. He waa invited down and a {lirce amigneii him in the jail, where he had the rxquciie pleasure u! s|<euJing the night f'Preiiiiee will krmp order in his cellar. Peiiii i. makuig n great fuss ataiut ''Ocneral Afuwi."—He wkli. s lo know of u* why Gen. liar" r ann dne< not ari.wei the que,4ion, vvliich wtf put to him by s iiumkr of geniieaien from Virginis, in July losi: “Du vou sm.rove Mr I’oinseit’a scheme ' 'mmp'fR ip ihi* Imiae. tlamni -esipesie,” h»d ■    ...    ,    ,    ,k ter "give II up ami throw ihcniaeUes upon lire , lor the org*nizaiioii ol the inihin! Pciin say* I'uc •    q,,.,,., „f    (¡„,    \V    (ij,.* •ame ques'ion wa. piif to Mr Van Duren, and that    YY'e    have    only    i-prrarl this Uld estimate kfore k ha* aiii'*' red ii; but in whit wavl By denying <1*^ People to show tk utter ho(«les sness and de»- tbe k't that bo had ever »'ei. Ihe'plan, w lich he i    .'"a    " '' * '• weakiiei* whii h muat strike terror into tk hevrta f'luhl not Hi one U ne -‘/uo »,'ro rerummead tu „f who mtke il! VY ith such an a.i,ni«ioo, ^ the euneidiritUmi if    " t ■'‘ueral Harria.m ' made by his own lielrga'.c», coming directly from' has now Uoken out of hi. ‘ erg. ” and i. in the •’•‘“I’l*' Van Buren mo»t prepare to lake leave of | ,    , ,    ,    I I I.    I,    hi. “ WineruaUrt," his ' ¡Jmntr Stand," and hi* 1 bands of the people, au'l tivv'T have m all cnniciener ..//„7y    ’ •nawerevl the quest 1011 fir him. t> ih- Mli.fjction of Of‘the 31 Counlies here cl* n,ed for Van Ilureri the Eateui l)err,o'Tat«. AY’f n f.r the editor of tiie H> at le"*' wdl f"* Harriaoa Thev elaini .3000 I*ioi.»i!le AdvertiM-r Ur .he recent, and lm,«    ^    <kt    may.rity i. .’bws b« will mn dis'iir'i Our lime t»a!l uk maj eitie* in the S •re atilt vutiog- 1 I f , . .1    , ,    1    .    t    II    ibooght    Kale    looked    laligstd.    So she did, Imt »k , •verv-dav lift', but liie slatraiiiaii uieditafmg hi. reiity I •    i    , . li ■    ,    ,1    .1    .    '    ‘    wa#    more iwrplejed than iia J—moii vexed in mind , loHaViie, or »ileiilly gathermg up his energies, lo:    , .    ,    .    ,    ,    ... vindicnie a v,..,la,ed eon.ta.ition. 1.1. w„nhy u. k ,    fflt'V    el.wr    il^ffisTlt!    r^’    '»■*« - gazed Uf».n wiff, hi* k.i rheioneal p.w^e. lre»h m    -f    ¡    woukl    glow    up.sml    ik    II -wer. bl-m, m .¡Ring, .o : 10 her hmbaml. ai«J cut nn leg.,, to ..e how »k    ‘ ’""r * IIMÍ pUai«*J r tm iw pital good humor - 'IfteKraaa.ame «r.en in this burym«-«..Hii.d long He ikwl met his •< ee(>lancrtand had sumelhing over. He cklled Inerrlly—and «♦> n {nofiosed a jauni to the Sjifiiig. when tla-lime |.ir Uriiionabie gaildiiig into the tmsh came fairlv Mgirid. He eomiilinHni.'d .    ,    ...    .    ,    . Kale upim her dmtier. and ther a while w, far r-lH-er-'    ^    r'    •";*    ‘    *'    *    *" •''''“'‘"''f conndenre k which k wi* ammaied. nut heir that bo»tne*», .All the n»M>u.h«ve fiaaacd mioik hantU of Ikariiiot (Mrluer, who will collect all daim* dua (he concern, and |«y illrlemaifff againet it The name of the firm wij| hereafter k used only in rarei-ving eiking lialnlniea, atMl rhwing the old Irusinev. Ill - Ihimih-m will be rwitinued by Jame» Ora-taiiii, Hi the old aUnii. JAMES GRAHAM. JGSEPII GRAHAM. Sepieniber 12, IKJO. .    lutely nec'-»a»ry to eiiabh-ikm to kal u. on paper, U» ,!?,„„ With his silly qmration*. !    „f    rn;o    JuUwarr.GOO    in    Msdiwm aral r:' 'o v Í!i¡ l alciilaling the whig <),iO in R.K,-kland, will .haine I.ocoforntsm ilaelf in ia'-es'fc/^nave recenllv voted, ami >ho e (!ouiiUe». .And ihe^rr tener that Gnondaga, ’    j    ()»we»o, Kings, lo'wi», CJiu-rn., Kirhnmnd, .'*aralu- ga, .Scknen»ily, LUier. Ac. will go lof Van Buren, lurna llic whole esiimaie tiiio ndicule. tba nicnniry. 'I’h • eiecuhon of li.e work i» very kautiful. ami w mikl k more •inking if ik hur wa» '    . i , I I ,    ,    •    waa lo do It placed in a latter light, r cw ii.-alirn vcu irtor* can ' r , , <>v 1.1 C l I J I 1 i L . c > I Luckily lieofge waa in rqiiallLe fiiil«h, ao hti.d and flf»h-like of the l«ow -    ’ •jüd rye*» VY e can simoid mv life in jk «mail vein* of the temple». It tin» hca<l had loen recent y ex- eavatevl, »el-off with Ik rrinain* of a («¿'U. it woukl have pa*.rd for a fine sniique. 7'he following lii,e», though wiiuen 00 a diff-renl orr,vi<i<in, eipreu tiie feeling, ot oi.e, at Icrvt, among the ntaiiy admirer» uf ihl- iraiitiml bual: 7'brre I» a Roman gran-'riir in ili.t kow, Arwl lolly tlioughu wr.hiii it M'.-m en.brinrd, .A* ealinly il es* an-U i. in'- il"w — Nature', a-.utanie o( a iioidr mind. ,A sti-rn si'fcnily l>i,»«l. ,'er it.e, •Mo.’ V ¡injiirril ol a drlrrmiiiMl mjuI; AY'ill, •• f:i*n d hv the line, of mental graee, Vet firm of purpoM-—»iri.iig of m lf-coiilro|. How plorniu- the art Ihat '■an •ul.iue 7'hr M-nselr.# rnarhle lo .ncli lorina nf truth. And iimu'd the M-inl-Um c o! Earth’» chown few ’ To an riiduriiig •lia(ie aiid m rood vinitll — B< qur-alll III* lea’ure. W !iom« r ni¡ halir ¡bgr VY'llI 111 (ve tk »|.iri . of ., fuUj/c a¿i! H. T T. A ‘ F»ia Lmi'»” N*> 11< 1L .Anvi »Ti Br,— A atngular r.oiiaiilic afl'air Im* just l*# n hro igtil in ou.-n'llice, namely, that uf a frina!r sai.or having arrtviil | kre some rlav. ago in ihii »liip I’.uerphal..* Y\ e umU'ritand Ihot .he i* n very lonieh girl <>[ rigl,. I teen, the rlauglller i f a Hiilwh lUiiLrr and ri|al<»| to an Engl *h notilrr.iaii, who having the mi.foriim,-' to hiwe kr mother ai an early age. wa* pla<e,l in a eonveiil, wilii a view ultimal'ly il taking the veil.— ago; and I walrhrd ivery day for the flower», to-d»y they may eotne loo—we (hem hreakmgthrough tk ground —by and by mamn.y willronie u|> agttii.” .A «mile, of exulting loqcplayrd on l ie fesiiirr» of I'AI'KU AVAKKIiorsE-^H’HE »uh»rrifier willrmiimua the paper ‘ irtnasa ■ at the okl stand of J. k J. Orahum. fit m prepared to nunulwri ure every varirty of Writitue, ErinUnfe, Engravinf; and Wrappm% Paper, aii4 Dunnri and HmJc Hoard*. Having ream r^in( ryliieler» attached to hi* machinery, bt cao fill or* ders at tha aliorleat notice. JAMES GRAHAM. Cinetnnali. Se|i(emlier 12, 1840. Ki .MKMM p.%.nii,v nAxmtim nGMEsm; VY ofWnp. by VY, H. f'SL Pat-liir of the fir»t Coiiirrr|(»«ional irXntM ( hnrrb tn Fhii«drl)ihia—one »oJ iluatfT Forsakby    I!.    ITJA.MEH, 2«P«H»t Hut let u. turn a mnmenl lo tk Wh.g column I    ^    h.r the wr ..r to k,v„l. .,*] J really llui.k .1,    ,, In almoal every C.M.niy our majority la put fifty rr    o.c«.n«,,|ly    mnie    InerHl.,    would    luve    Uen    rhrap al | liumire.1 d.dlar».    ,,    «,w    i,    the,e woukl m8 cm, give nearer 8(10 thsn 4l)0 VY hig maiofity. Hrwime, ('atlariugu*, Ciiitlaiid, E»wx, Franklin, Jefferonn, .Monroe, Niagara. Gnlsrio, ami Orleana will give W|»riw III vilf IÍWIJ-Í* m fJlir miw- III*»    HIT-    I    III    •»»    -    V-    • kr aUaehmeiji, now an nlfnrr in one ot ihi iiati»e    **'    **"•'1'^    te{*4    m    earnriti,    wkn    )»•    did .*^1    .Si    -    k    aaaktisiklia    ^ea    )l«!*l    laaaweaa.#.    .J    -»>#.*..    t    ..I. i. Miaai    __ THE MEKTING A l' LEilA.NGN, IN YVAR-j KEN «'O..GN 7HE Mill INST. ; AY’e have been mforr.K-l 1>» a jenileman -ho waa ' c't“ "« I")»- Alkny and Reiiwe>l»er will earn I    ^    ¡'of    'I’"    b    *'    **hai    her    huatrand I      UMA    sL-..    Jixik    a    .    l.    _    ..IJ    .    .    .    .    ..    i    .    i    i    » present al the whig tloetii g }ti I.elnnon. on the 1 llh, that II w«. one of eon«|,lr, ilde intrre.t, bihI that there were w oe fine *j.eeelir* on die ocea.iori'    mure than double ilir majority allow^. ‘1    the    »,il.    Herr    »be    rrn.aimV w.n»'in    iilh*,    bm    in    « General II»rrÍM>n, a. o-uul. in.< !( an jntere»ting    '#‘"1'"’’^•'1    ‘ in *2(Ht(l to 2,5t)<l. E^^^tUct^    |    »horl    lime fi ll    «nk.    arel    w*.    c.n«-qiienlly    <or,veynl .....K -I-,.™*.u.r'r..,”‘"■ -  ..................... •ent, howeve;r tin* is a re*|HH t numla-r, (Mii.siJ.    H*rn*nn f*IU-diort nl 2(M«» majurity in old YV»«h- •nn| it wa» only a iiei«h>.*i h<>'*! mi-e'.ing.    ingtoii, if b,- will |wy ii« tk »aiiia amnunl for every : ed iH'r fbat sk u*.k rourap. ► n il him she hwl K-u-ght    '    ‘-T    **l'"^    *'s y,.mated, a new . ar,a l-‘ha! ..,J carj^l a* «,a»d a. rww ’    *'    “ “ for llie ba.eimnl.    !    p"»*    '    '*•“    "*'• "Hut 1 ibougtil you IIH 4 I to ky i.o.lufjg,” laid “V cs, l.cre," »aid he wnh em{,h>,>.i.— here thry ' Ge, rge.    |    pul her, and here 1 la»v,' lome ever    amce    tk    first Í “To k    »ii'e    I d«J not inUi'I lofnirrhaiie any thing    :    idoJe of gr»,-»i wa-g'len ihi* ve ir.” I —hollhi-1 Iho,..'it al a bafeiiii.'    I kaikeil around, and saw that the fimt of ilio fhikl 7 bc h ,ur I a.«-d »wav « ■ p„ aH.l|tly.    George I    hs<i (rod out ik k rhagr al (hr    giave a.dr. »or•Hl- !    rrrl nrily ,Jid not »,< in'iiu'It on iim-d l.i hear llienar-|    .lant hall lav n Ilia    aiu-iuh>iiir.    YY hat a laitbtiil lalive of hr r aoct'oii 1igi. e, kt pul    on a ( a-    •>»(. h-kcr|a r—n hat    iiioltier v«iiu|.l lU-kire a itrkr '    111 III lace w hill-►bo iH M ihe ricrilt nl    kargaiii*    m,.itu>>i< lit than the    lo'in of her    only miii, brndmg whirh »he    *jw    «- ill. an 1 l,4< cndit to hriM-llh rlier    naiful tiul hopirig over ber gi ,ve." ^ leaolu.e a,¡her.    m e lo hr. |c,m;-- .ml to buy until    V. .Ihain,'' I,“tl .* m ai.o-ber    world ►her..... loll.r ,.,,,I,t.,l.vemi.od the pnrrluw    U„.    ,o    b llir naiiirr ot that | iio-om-w Im !> k-t.a-l rm-'.ikei,. ihe child wi« citiilt-ed, and he »p[. and l.eiihir pleaw,! tior saliafiixi. “Il niainmv !► not comiiig h.iikiono*—it »>ie i. linl In romi U|i here, wli-it hJtail I do—1 r anliol May wnh iot her," •*Y iHi .hall go to hir.” Mai Í. adiqi mg tk lan-pii,ige i,f the N ri( lure —‘'Vou >hall go tu kr Iml *1.1 ■Jail not ciHi e ag iiii tu vmi' • Ih'I me go then," ami \Y ilham, “leltne g,) now ILsI I (I,.IV riM- with iiiairiir y.”    / YY illiam. " mhI I, |aiitilmg down to the plant. jl mt pi ulishkd. T3I OKA 8 I.EXlCON; an inirrpfetation of iha 1 i.aii«ua|e ark Sentiment of Floi»«ra; with on ou.Ime ol Hrnany, and a IWieat iniroduetion—Bf •(harina H. VYatctman. For aale by    U. P JAMEB, ' •“«    2«    Petri    If. it wbiiI) kfie del l.rtil w..q I h.ive tie, n dowiirighi I III ivagani e. and r.i ;h ■ I |i| mill a chame lor a •mall iiivi •!iih III, a. inigi.lIH I Uf ac»in in h'l-liiW lie'.fge .Milnl |i., a ..u.)U«!y wlioii idle i aine totkraij- l lie w ,i* mire than halt lü-poMil (u Uae ln> eveiuiig walk isf . lut I a king «I il —but could mil an l»r iliiuip|>iln< . . lirljHnatr a. ihu» lo XI"""-»'' indllfi leine lifir '¿real baigam." 8o he lor, 111 biruM-ll to .ly— " VY ell. Kale, I all,ml,I ¡4. to we your piirchaw; ami i iiiav a. well *hv wint Í ti.iii* of il klme ( liaik at II, Il 1. v.on,k'ilully f'.y .i'. .inl iiM worn rniMigli regiment», .''uh.equenlly *lie w.» r ori»igm-tl lu runvciitui 1‘uhlin, tu llie rod iml .lie would bike , Vise llial li-ri JN    ISbfi.—d that ( MKEriNG AT OLD JGE IIYRRISGN'S ON ' THIirHiAY. We call |ba aCenli.m u! the Hurri.trin hrmner/iit lo the rner'iu! to k i,l al Gl'' Joa H vHgl.uv'», in Ih lhi. on 7'huiwl.i'.' nev’. at I'l ic lock *. h. Aililrevu'» may I. f i|»:'• d i'oi. F«aa«a, ofNewG '- .....f'.ii .i'Mo rrov,J   Waionr, H irrÍMOi reccivea in (hat (iouniy Alli. Eie, JunrnaL W.ASHl.NtiTO.N'.'S OPINION. In S(mrk'. YY iMhing'on, vnl 9. [w-e 358 j* t li-tter Iriii.i “the I'atlier of In» Country," which coli-tai'i. Ihe l.dlowinz p.i««Mi-ge. “In a rouniry like ihia, whereyqual lilierty ia en-jnvnl, where every Biiii may r«(> hi* oven harve*!, , .    .    Wl atr.i/d him much Wa.    lou-.oM.    E*. .'niid    olí,IIH,    H'vi-Hair    more ffiati i*    lie. e»»sry lor ira own    rrin»um|8ion, M.aviui t,    R*'*,    of LoiiiiVll!.., i* a!:n    e;[*eled    Ui    a'»'?    “h”'    '» •" ampióla Jiekl    fia mercantil# and    nieehimisl    exertion. IFl lln-re    k not fiurid k p'iweiit, VY e tfirsi the n-feli attend, klh )o>m 'k’ if V n I ir^e o, e. >,•! ilie rilv. Let .ill THE CIIII,' Il'l''i ’¡'HE Tha f' ■’() ?' of 3 !|.'ceino' intend It I Oi'» 'b'ltli “/i iki» li; CiiNY EM'ION ON \\l> 1‘1'if l\"T. Ill ll e ■*. i..(o Valley I ’ I i.i'Hi, and ri.Ntcol young Eiigluh lady, an luiimle ul tlie coiiVeiit. wlio iuppkd her with tlie naana, *!, • in vie her e«r»(ie in the disguise of a boy, sihI I .riiie t Üie nvrnaiilic rrs<ilu(ion of eomiiig uut lu HiHnh.y, in « li nf tk young offb I r alojve inentuinr'd. VY e are told it wuuld occupy a volume were we lurerounl all her waiidcringa. and the • and lit# pritalion* fd tk poor youn: creature in her rndcavurs tu gel on (aitid of 1 .hip buuttil fi r Hoinky. 'nns at la.i ahe tccoinpli.hcil, .A fe v da\. aller the »!n|i -ailed, the * strange buy,” on king outlie t;»)). lain whence he eamr, jinived t'l l>c a young lady.— A rabiii wa* humanely illnlled to lier atuiiee, ami •he wa« tieslrd elie'tly like <I lady imsaengrr. I’fUili I» strange, «iranger than ft, turn.” Anil here is roiiiitiie in le.l lile ffial dei uledly elm i.isies the saving Ilf the |»H-t VY's nnder.laml till, you'lg Uily'. hi.lorv ha» exeiteil r..ii»ider»lilr in-I, rest and Hiliuiralion amuni the ms iiov ol Hoiii'hiv. \M1'^'"I\ IHE    1:1    l.lMr    I’tlLIlH    ALI'OYA.    J’ rh# whole ample pate of feiinri could not I]    will,    ll rci|utn*    a    •    rei'iil.ii    ig,    ene    g»',.    ,'    uieMvnl an inwunce of gre»u.r ileiermiiiilion ai.d •etuiilly o-e lhal jiaiaKoii '1 MH'ond-hand srtielci.— i»iH- byl 1.1 w »y tu the tireagj ■•( room and prm eeckd lo III 'lill live ir, a-ure. “Jheieara a bw ink q its in ll,"''but on the wh'ile”— Here .he s’i,{i|a<d afieskllig a» *lie heard mmi like a iiiaivi ltou<ly hm whi.l e. She ium- and luin-e>l round (ieotge wa« trainn¿ again.( the door, al-IISMI «motherwl with a «i,.prr.^ he albiwrd |H» vent in tk kfore ilevicinH .l wl,i»> ■ tie Ksle liMiked at him ilradily in la-ipleii .1 and ' em-vedi«lo..i»bment; and at length tearabeganto KK.NTI'l KV I.ITKH ATI l(E Hlie up, if It liod nig taen ri|ir; so voii'inuM waT iili yuur ajqiumted tniie, until your einlrii'iH'tb." •' I’hen I .hall ar e her.” "1 surely bo|ie «i " ‘ I will wait then.'’aai i the eh U, l iil I ih'w.Mbt I •d ouhl eee her suuii —I lliouglil I aliojhl iii. i-t U-r here." .And he dill. In a m'mih YY'i||,ani reawd to wail, and ikv iq-eiied Ina miHkr'agrsve, aral plac'd III. hr> ri'liiii on heia—a was ik only naili ik n.onev «utheieni tor tk i»miO'>n pt|r{ai»et of file. not I" die m rc*««rv iiiiiiiiieii eirenlatii.n, rr 1." i;viiii;\ r there i> l-OT-TEHA ■ Ji.WEiT, 8ai lu A Co., Msnsgers. ( ,i»ingt<.ii, Kv. (»I,ASS K, draws at f’ovingUin uii '1\« \iluy, N ji. ‘ 1*2, at 4 p V. f 'apduh.i'MtU.WtO. l.'dKt. IOI2,C(m, .5iJrt.40(l, :»V8', '211(1. 10 of 80, Ac, l l.kei. milv il .50. t.'i i>. 30, diq#'s al ('«till,“Ion, Ky, rm U'cr/ucVuy, Itiih S |ii»nder. Cujnlule. fVOOf). 3iiO0, ttfWI. 17(8), l.'dO, 1280. llidra'ja'i woni I lie cakl up l'<f her inofiili, ation. ■ lOof.'ilWI. ' 1 iievrr shall h arthelau •' tf ll. my dear K.I., f,r hiiiivsi haisl I'l eiftieirne 'rill hi. I I Willl ih, Marl llivai Triplo- i.reM id *' the III I r mtrol. Hnri}/ inri .■ , o'-'i ‘¡eh u >!t.‘r i f ihnif-ijuilf.-'lfi’ unot lohint'i '</ uml o oyioiv,,/ pn, I if ,1 he: lie a .''•'("■//F.4/,/, IS ¡Klf¡.\ nf I'HOPELTY. p^fu-h jreik words of W AslHNff'roN. I'.msl.niey ihail M eietnplihed in this raw — Houi-III If 'J't.ue.%. M llw fwlov if eiillnisi par* at L ' *-t    '•    * 1“ p -    -    I—n, me Moa»    :    e,iiii,' Ht ( t '!    Ji'ir,    in    ,.,.epli»n-e wnb    • *MiMEI'HI.Vti AMIrs |> THE RI I.IMÍ iK# invitatun    'ff I    (''>■' mdiee,    an ! «Iiall note    'hr 1    Pt)YY EÜ*" And how lioe di.t it requires s "fte*. ihriMi eael mJ d„ne .. l!„i «„c„m igMfop.,!» ot!    ''r'.’''' .    aniÍTntfois ihe ntn-li' nf govern'aai.i? YV ho riw.N.wviiVAeel III .'..'■V    I    ^    r„,    ,„    |    h.meal '    m* i8ff Jfiid'l Heml —ik > m of a algncr o| ffre rm.:, r. to    tSf j    Uoekimw of In b-vsmtenre ami the dweipia of Ml ri'»E»T»aE* ay ni* .s s’. R»i» —The pr,#i«a ot iivkmg inimtiaie likeneMCH wiih ihe Dt|U- agt n err.My|e i. .lieailjr k«u«bl bi a liigh legrec of per-f. Di m. TU apfMfatu» will, h ^r Henry Fdr., Ir, h.'in <qs-r»ti.>n«very elenr ilav, at room, on llie ihinlffenot .N I. II’J Hdiim-Ife siiert. ena'ile. Iiim , I) we»i. *c|l, m l .t.e .1, .'ires lhal if ll r hud .ml ■ VA'a Hivib- tk a“.enli m ot camntuuMiwlwit «tgiiad "A lAktat*. WoafMnglon!—Offf Sjjttr. 11 »ke « |>erh,-l ( kei.e*. In h 04 th»l two imiiule., ivilti Ul 'be t*.i-<l in<oiivmiieiin# wlialever to Iln-• Idcf, T'e p'»•#-« |. a*et"'i‘e ss ll i* raiii.l, hIi ' ..(Tif I» I'.e . plairiati ty o| wili.eMiitg * (Ole ,r.d :l- Inafratemiff lJ>e •omJerfd dawuveiy of M. l)*gii. ni. •leal out Itom the roriier» ,.f kr ey “Ha' h»' b»'”»l leiig'h huf"l mil her liudi»nd’» iiierry hiugli. ‘ f'mgne me, K an . hut tiy Jil|H'er I can’t In Ip it, 'I'bu l* die aaiite intr.ilaUdil rag that I tfi-ik from mv utrae flisir vevienlay, and gave ik (.irtei, It ha. Iieen wnh me five year», and waa »r-Cond haiat at lhal 'I her~ u the .«ine »|>.8 that the Imohy ina te in upsr'Iiiig ihe ink liotile.” Now, wv. Kale fairly wrrtrhed A Wo'nan’* 1)1111 k ill-'Ugtil. famed kr vejr# aheail when .1,11 0 ol 34iO, Ul 1.1 *250, I.’» ol llai. 26 ol J, Ac Ticket» f3. aharc» III pnip,.rli,in, 74 .\u I i.,i>'itmi'i'<ii, 13 drawn kllm.. I la— 21, drawa al (.'iivinglon, on S.iti.rdny, 8a-|>i. S'Jih, 1-il). ( , ‘ '», .H' Ki 2(MH).lr/)0, 1100,12(2, '211 ot .,1 <1 3U ol 3mi    211 of JOtl.'.()    M lOvi,    140 iff ih i' Ao c.iin'.iisiion. 13 drawn    liaihrt*.    7'lek- lia 3b 'iioi* in |ll>i|»o|M>l.. ■wlir nevi    f In. I    il    «li.i    ln!    |.i    m    X    laubt.    Hut ('law'2'2, J aw. on    W due- hy, Sept. '23,    18(0, I'U-rgi    I a. .lie    w.i>    »!,fl    .uictly    |HiI    d    doviti    mi | at t!,»ing|.m. Kv. ihe «.hw Ml# IkKighl ll Ur. 7 ' il l ll )U»|I r. It real-'    (    «ijo/uh.11D.tHK). 3<X8) 20O<). (f.O'i IdfH), 1220, 10 ot OHi, III af roO. t’l of li'O. 7n N..< .ndHiia-lion 13 diawn lialhs., Tk.i I. f-1, «iure» iii |iiu-(•■«lien. Order» fur !••• (!.•■»« nr rii.g'e 7 h Act. in any ol tk a *1.* ichenHM, *!■ .'e-M*l »<• I-welt, S mili A Í Í. ..' 'oyingaw. Ky . laooipllj aU'tcfc.l >i«. (.io»lllg'JO,Sr|g. 16    » (III, dear'" die soUh li; fi( it.” ■Y 0(1 have I,caul ibeM I never will ineiii„,i. ll ic.i. i, if ll |Miij« yon. ’ “Nit I'aiiiv-but • It I'lUiiilj will not k very i pit I •.Id"    I ■ YYe.l, you never sha,I bear one wimJ of n *s tff.'V »n. ll lliiiij-, he witl bear heiknig aUcr. 4 (,i| II d , ■ 11 Ik k III f.oiiily ipiaire!.; i. i* an > tic 11 'iin' wl Di * ) li.e >!i luh! h. tvitugui “on ih# 1- 1. ’ iiiid »« It !i I I 'iforly I'lirerl In. wile .3 her 11. t, ’I) III nil», t • •1/H'-'»rnu.    '    that    II    wa»‘'aui.uar    ti    *    a*a##ia. ."It. Iiioim'H mnv a kituwlndgi'sI 1 # . a *    .    sao_    A    a    K    • ■I w lan    ■    ,«    ,, i "^ maicriali»V r,-a-..| U, j, , ,h-kh, j li!e ranw «I w!.„ h U,ey , ,«|J be pr . u, j ten iTi;ii,d,i,g the nirrent yi*f, (tr, ,n (irtcaH.f,    ,|) die coi,*,mms    wiiiin    ,    .rcraiw fv j lh< (r a .nle »t»r .„< ef Ihe olJKHk Hhtu j Iw w m n,.r2.i \Vl.»i co u ceru.n, Ul i If ,he ¡ |Mrf)« «nil |»d»r i» „ ;k. )!'»(.. than (kik n,„,    , h,-h feha p- rk. .Ml iliu. ei c,,, , ejuiiifa. II w |,im,»ili«Hiy ctieik »!. wh.l- (hefebe iac.ame^ |,y ,he farme, ho* iboit (Inw induce,) him »h!1 .wnjr.Tbls tee. » pnqwrly sb Hild b«v* lee,., k't* uter Uiiill ihe next ye*r, lliua laere*»in( ' Ihe »x < * ..I : . -.1, ,„.l    de*.f,,**,ai i f tarre) l «vk (ar le v f>-i>.lertiie M fw ih* K .tuJ i* | li*. We . ifino. .b.iU ih.t «II »(,„ hit* eoiagwd ig ibe I mirKV* »)iifh h»» f.;i',l f nh the preceJtne remwk., la Ihc w *i f < a tericr 4 )•*.», *ei| j of puck b«. nev-ff \jtvn remanerausb whu haa ia*e»(ad at I an armft #.,t f mr iWUra, axce.g u,»hi ana otcaaein and tha: >aa ahsa ike currency of fi» i ouniry waa at it* I eiireire i i(Mnoi >•, ta uooala p(»t#d«ol,U nrik,» ua, (.» ' t-'uie ofieraCK.i.» In peonirvf th-»» remarka, •» chenah i»t fcalirg r8|«r 'laley u ik ile*I.u to f-vk. whether M tw to Ibe fcmier or lie la-ker flag we a Imle omr* »(*re tiin«. and »|«c» in ow cotunin., H uogtii oat hr diAcuK la pe-.t. diat I (k uadnn. in ih. |h,c, of .g,    ^,4, I tie aa machio dit mjury of ikegmwer m iIm dealer 7bvi I It w.ll I# WH-n ,g ,h, ,, rk    Die wtMrrn f.imer .a >a muth imeraweil u tha («rker in re»cutn| ihw one Eff.i ,ra|.|, fp,,, ,h» epyHvdam'ii which m ap|Mr. ciiiyjMne lij. u a ucm-d tu ,1. a» being tg eUacqgaai. ' I'lir r, an IX croi ve »eslr. K. T AMlltif II * CO . Cbltrary.    KTOf’K    AM> EXLH.A.NfiE BriOICJWW; Dtt n—Y isster.lay m ,rinng, at half iiast 5 p’clock, - ,,,, •, J Fbihms (A Sir isi.K, daughter nl Hiv’d Th'dim»: I    ‘“J “»«»*'*»« Miioey boo*hl ami S!,»'d-.Wa.. ,’, m H e 1901 year iff her age.    «n»    M I 111 fij^.iie ol i!i, G.iiily jir invited to attrrnl her ¡hit .Vii'iiinif, *i lu u’rhM k, al die rr»KlciKe ol lor hroit.-r, \Y . tj. .'■hand». Vine alirei, klwivn 13di iinil I Idi.    *rp    1.5 .%<*'! It f;. .'.Kt\ up hy Duuley, of Cidurni. 1 Tawn- dijc H.'iiiiimi le ntv.i nihe IVihol ,Au.;n.t. t'.i'.v Ha. Ylaie (’oil. nipjm«d lo lie two y,a<. • ml li.t fpijiig, hoih hirel fiet while, no marka or leaml- )»I.I i,,„ hamia and a half high. Api'raind .t 7’w.r.iy-Five D.dlaia. hv Jwwph ai.d Anihonv Hi.;hLiwl, jnd ,t riifnsl tetme rne»ju.i„e ' ol the |.s, e. VY M. HIGHLAND-S. J. P. »ep 1.5 :Mw* IMhlvOM 'I f|3HL firmi-f t aijaniirA 7 rary, i» ihia day dia-I aulvrd hy inulual rmoant. VYM. M. CARPEN I EK, j    AY    M. E. I K.YCV S,-(,t«m'»T 14 Infu, j 7'he bu.iiirs. will krmiiimird at Ihr p»me Maml |bv    ,^) 1.5 Iwd,^  YYM E 7Ra(    Y. I    TI HK’S l%l,AMria«l,T. , )/    |i    I    '‘ACK'V fn.i ipiahiv Turk’s Mand    Hah, I 01    n    f    on tonMgiiim m.and fin-mIc l-y “pl'5    sTH    IDEK    A fhrilMA.N. I    Ikr *1 Loula. I f. *7^. 'l‘k light draught atrani boat Y (). ; >WM..*a228C L.Y.N7'.^will leave fin 1 the d.ivr aod iiiUnunslial# poru on ÍL* Jhu tk I 15th ii.-i , «I 10 » M    / I Forlrciphim ptsMge apply onyk<ard tw to , '’'‘H'» WI'HADERA gorma.v For PIKabiEjgfr"'” \ T e very ligHt^auglit tltam butt fc* **AAY, Yn-rt, maMer, tU| |#»v» , for the al-i»e aiel iriirrnn-diate puria, on 7i(\« Jtay ¡tk L5ll. in-aaiit. at '.0 * n.    ^ I f or finghl or jioe»..;e apply nn lioar I or |n I    ROGEIW    A CAKKEL. I “T'''.    No    2, C.e.1,1»’. Koir. I    4nr Niw Orlean». ' **•* daughl aleamer V RhT A, I'Slv..aa.23C Al.Cord, ma,ter. Will bav* furabot* 41.1 uili-rnuHliate Riiflitig. II I at ‘2 o’, lurk e a. hk wd. ¡ tri.tnm. I F.<r Ireighi m pi-aa^e i; |, y , n Wiartlo» I* I    HOtiRR.* A CAHHEf.. *’"1* LA    1 Cawabv’. Rw»- l orsu Lotiia.    I ^ “'SI.    I'ti’-'    i VORK.May. H—'c.wid b'avf (or | ik aUive at*! »h iiiiarmadaaia poi'.c.ou 7Au ISxy, ' loth tii> Ira. ot (n ighl nr (WNaagr. having (o# aorotuiaml»-limrs, a|q4) on laiaid ar in i    KUGEIUA f’AIHUIL. •ep *6    3 (.'.assiUv't Rqfi, '“ll Slop TIIIKFl rORTV DOLLARh KEVY'ARI). I 4 M Y.N came to mir »lal4e o«i (¡oiumbia almrt, ; :i i m<mn» i.onlk5thofll,i»mmi!h. {8#p*e». kr. I8III) BbiHit 1 uVlock P M, and bir»ri a CW nut Sorrel MAKE, about « yeart old, and alaw't 14 bamla high; tinfb hind leja aeariej al tk luter; Irofa m harm *•, and hail od a aaddla abuttt half aaoTD and bralle, with luariincalr». 7'he ,wr«m ralkl himself JOHN JE.MEK80X, ia abuut 35 m 10 yetra old, dark liaii and «#•, krga tdack whiakei», íingbl nlaiul 5 fert 6 iiiqbaa, and th rk aei, wr.gk alamt 160 tU. He k«l ob a straw hat, Idue c,m( arid pants. AVewtll give TYVKNTV IKrLLAKM (be the Mare. SaJiJl# .,*] Bridle, or TWENTY (re tha i'htef.    «TEVENWAt’OLE. T«»MACr«l. ii M. hO( THG Y1 E A Co. Na • Fmm i(, 11 a have ronaiaiiilv on haini, and «Ccy lar tala on leasonaJile lerm». m inufartuinl Toiieeeo aff wK out kiniit. art: 20 Une» Iwat ('avemli-li Tohaere; .50 il«. riCíiíN. hy awrrt lb luiwpa; 100 dn    iki honryffb-aa 12 piugr, 200 kegs    d'l A Iwiat; 20 blvl» green river Tebacro. •ep 11-lriid KIRWT PHKMII M U«(OTB. SAMI EL Ll MHDE.N rrspevifutly iniurM hit (i lb>w<i<iz*'na ibal h# hat removed hia Bontand ShoeHinre, from .No. 331, Mam aliea(,ke W9, ba (wean Fifth and Hiiih, when BOOTSaSHOEM of every dnrripli« can khad at Uw Miartcal nalM, and on reuaonabia letma. ti. Jm would atol» lUl tha Boota far wbkh the (4. lowing criiifii'ate wa# uiianiiiaindy awardadhy ••*■ eti judgea, were nisde by bumwlf, wMbrnM the aU el ouiiiryntru; and bavmg taken tk |NMui«ai, aa a auineyuuin, at ibe lirai Mechanata’ Fair hi MM eily, 1 Her/„#a,A,,.l4 hl.... affmd. ur^bled pm.ff of Iha w»|wrme qwhly al go thr.eigh wiUmut dc    “*•*    •-    •»    «Weh- ’    *    . bAmeiit. I '•'I'hw II lo eerti'y t'.ai tk Cowhrh Dreea B<mM I moite by Kainurl l.uniiden, were 'Trrtiimnndr ad- ^ judged Ibe lm»( p.dr ul Ilui4a cklnl lud a( (he ‘Thiid ; Anuual Fan. B»mi EL Mtarit, Jtasg O'Nsit., Ca*’t ’raovi*»,    H»#ay Mgveaaaa, Ji.aa lltiiM V,    Hivai M'tiaaw, M.nirir K»>.v.'vv». 01 ¥• Mrct.ritlu*’ igatltli e, Jm:# f 7, IMA' N. B.—s LuniwIenaiMJuthrr» win give ivehee died Adloit Ui any prn»u« Uiol will peadexw a paire. Ihsg# fiwan en y odtai igy that wdl aeipMa theiae laal Fail. hiiiMtd al llaa I 0 íkiíáÁi

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