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TTAE)I0RRH0IDS. No cure no. pay 1 1
JtX Price '. Hay's Liniment. ,No fiction.
This extraordinary chemical composition, ithe
result of science and the invention of a cele
brated medical man, the introduction of which
to Republic, was invested "with the sblotrmitjf
of i death-ted bequest, )ms since, gained a
reputation, unparalleled, fully sustaining the
correctness of the lamented Dr. Gridjey's last
confession, that, " he dared not , die without
giving to posterity the benefit of his knowledge
on this subject," and he therefore bequeathed
to ilia friend and attendant, Solomon, Hay a,
the secret of his .discovery. ,- - :u
.It is- now used in the principal hospitals, and
the private practice in our. country, first and
most certainly for the cure of the Files, and,
lso so extensively and effectually as to baffle
credulity, unlcsa.where its effeqts are witnoss
d. "' xlerka!fyjB the following complaints :
Fori Dropsy Creating extraordinary ab
sorption at once." -J '
All , Sv(illingt'R.6dacng Jhem in a few
hours.t .;,i ; ,,.'..:. .".,,,; !(,., .
Rheumatism?-Acute or Chronic, giying
quick ease.' ' ' , ; ... r-. .., . ..,(
-Sore Throat Bycanccrs, ulcers or colds.
Croup, and Whooping Cough- Externally,
and over the chest.' aw. uA-.,n y $
rAll Bruim, 'Sprainsnnd 'IBfcrfts-iCuring
in a few hours. '. ' : : ' tp.V
Sores and Ulcers Whether fresh or long
standing, and fever sores. 1 1 '-;
." Itt operations uoon adults and children in
reducing rheumatic swellings, and loosening"
coughs and tightness of the chest by relaxa
tion f the parts, has been surprising beyond
conception. The common remark of those who
have used it in the Piles, is " It acts like a
charm,"A: '' ' s--: ':. ...i .; -A
-THE PILES. The price $1 is refunded
to any person who will use a bottle of Hay's
Liniment for the Piles, and return the empty
bottle without being cured. 1 These are the
positive orders of the proprietor to the Agents;
and out of many thousands sold, not one has
been unsuccessful, ' '.' 1 ' '' .. - '--
- Wo might insert certificates to any length,
bof'prefer 'that thos who sell the -article,
should exhibit the original to purchasers-. ' ''
CAUTION. None can be genine without a
splendid engraved wrapper, on which is my
rittme, and also that or the Agents. ' A" -V
TQ EDITORS,' kc All country papers
who will insert the above 6 months and send
one number to the agents shall be entitled to
onedozenof the Liniment.. ... - -
Sold wholesale and retail by COMSTOCK
fc Co. Sole Agents, 2 Fletcher street, near
Maiden Lane, one door below Pearl st. New
York, and by one druggist in every town in the.
Union.:"; For sale at evory Druggist store in
this city.;"!' , sept. 7. .. 3yl
..- BALDNESS. r:
' BEAUTIFUL head of Hair is thegrandest
ornament belonging to the human frame.
How. strangely the loss- of it changes the
countenance, and prematurely brings on the
appearance of old age, which causes many to
recoil at being uncovered, and sometimes even
shun society to avoid tho jests and sneers of
their acquaintance ; the remainder of their
live is consequently spent in retirement. In
short, not even the loss of : property fills the
ffeneroua, thinking youth with that heavy sink
ing gloom as does the loss of hia hair. . To
avert all these unpleasant circumatances, OL
DRIGE'S BALM OF COLUMBIA stops the
knir from fallinir off on the first application, and
a few ''bottler restores it again. It likewise
produces eyebrows and whiskers ; prevents
tho hair from turning gray, makes it curl boau
,if,iiw Anna frees it from scurf. Numerous
..(.rtifiniitfis of the first respectability in sup-
not t of the virtues of Oldrige's Balm are shown
.': "J ' (TRoad the followinff.
. ROBERT WHARTON, Esq., late Mayor
'of Philadelphia, has certified, as may be seen
below, to the high character ot the jpl(owing
, The undersigned does hereby certify that
wo hR 'lined the Balm of Columbia discov
ered by , Oldridge, and have found it high
ly fenuceable, not only as a preventive against
the falling off of hair, out also a ce.namresto-
v WM. THATCHER, Sen , ;
, Riethodist Minister, in St. George charge,
JOHN P. INGLIS, 331 Arch st.. A
"JOHN D. THOMAS, M. D. 103 Race st..
JOHN S. FUREY. 101 Spruce st
; 'HUGH McCURDY, 243 South 7th st ,'
. ' inHiM OARn. Jr. lSSArchst. "- . -r
' It will, certainly raise its virtues in the es
timation of the public, when .it is known that
three of the above signers are more than 50
years of age, and the others noi less man ou..
nii ,! -...fc nf Pcnnrulvanidx' )
fiitv nf Philadelohia.'
I,' jrlOBERT WHARTON , Mayor of said
city 'of Philadelphia, dor hereby certify that I
km well acauamted with J r. Ingiis,- Jonn ,
Hiitrh McCurdv. whose names are
signed to the above certificate, and they are
gentlemen of character and respectability, and
asuch full credit should be given to the said
. certificate, , . -;'. w . ' ' 1 tL-' "
,Tn witness whereoC). have hereunto, set my
" A, '.. hand, and caused the seal of the city .to
L. g,. be amxea tnis bixui uay
,. ber, kc. .""A..'A
-wr WORKRT WHARTON; Mayor,'
CAUTION. Observe- that each bottle of
the genuine Balm has e splendid pngrayed
wrapper, on which is represented the Falls of
.Kiagara, the agent's name,',&c
r;il ineoi-L Ilia nhnvA nnflB B. week 6 inOlltllS,
-and aend one number to ithe agents, shall be
kntilloif (n n Ativan -if -Balm., ,. i -''!,.v
A Sold wholesale and retail;, by COMSTOCK
-fa -Co., Sole egonu forn America ; a Fletcher
.Ubar Jllaiden Lane, one ooot oeiow rpanov.
NeWilTorki and by one or more druggists in
.nearly every town in the Union. .rFqr eale at
.every Druggist stow in thia .city.ni,y gsy l i
.' ":' . -; - new .stoke,.:::.,!,;-; -
rfTJ HE subscribers have opened a Boot, Shoe
.'J.au4 Leatber: Store, opposite the Temper
iance House, and onedoor east of thfl Exchange,
: , where they intend manufacturingr and keeping
toonstantly on hand Boots and Shoes of every
! -description to suit the purchase, -io? !
" Gaiter Boots, Ladies' Slippers, Men's Pump
' coarse and fine Men's Boots, Shoe .Findings,
-Mie---for manufacturers,. r;,, -,' .':
' ik'JtlBO, an assortment of. Children' Shoes,
. Leather oflBll kinds at the lowest prices, and
' ia few .bales, of Cotton: cloth, by the piece or
. bale. All. Of wbwtt they wUl eeu jor wtsn,
' Hides or Produce, low a ih business will
swmmiC D . lTUmi PI,
- - Perrysburg, Aug. SO. -" eatf
. "fc-ftTAILS just received 20 Casks, all sizes from
j. 8 to 40 by Jii.ttvwi?.;)
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s. -- ,1.'t 9 S 3 S .I isJi.'-U fcai.n!i..'i.vr-';I' m ,.' -f. ir. s K(ii-".-h' -i .O .,.; tsi .-.'.' h.T Vi.Sn,'ii!Vn t n "'
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Volume -iti:&3? ' ' '
MAUMEE CITY EXVUESS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2', 1838."
u am Joseph; vancb. vf.
TOR USITfiD STATES SBNATOR,
' ton STATS SENATOR,'
-!!.'! ''lit -KBPRBSBRTAttV'.r iw'i " 'H
! 'WlLijAM TAYLOR.'" ' ''1 "
Our Paprh. Our friends may.be assured
that if they are disappointed by the failure of
our paper, we are still more so, and they may
imagine any excuse that they please.' J News
paper nublishers aro but mortal, and are or
course the subjects of casualty, as well as oth
.... - ..i . .. ...
flo.NSERVATivEa There are in every coun
tv in.the state a number of electors, who were
amonir the most corisUtent supporters of Jack-
son's administration,. out are noi prepareu io
surrender their judgement and blindly, follow
the present administration in all its measures;
convinced as they are that these measures are
not conducive to the best interests of the coun
. . . . . . . - i
try, and m no sense in unison with repuDiican
principles. -1 he party in power, aware or mis,
endeavor, bv heaping upon the conservatives
ail manner of abuse, and by indenlifying them
with the whig party, to overawe and prevent
tliem coining out and expressing then- senti
ments. Such a course may have its ettecl up
on men who havo no feed pnnciples-rmere
party slaves but it cannot avail with men of
independent minus,, wuo cnoose io exerciav
their judgement, and determine for themselves
what measures do or do not accord with demo
cratic principles. . In a few of the counties,
they have asserted thoir.independonce and ral
lied in opposition to the suo-ireasury .in an .
alianes and forms. Reiected as it has been, re-
neatedlv. by coneress. sno eonaemnea oy me
ueoule,' it is viowed as entirely subversive of
the principles of , demontacy,, and the ancient
land-marks ofthe party. - ' - ;
From nreaent appearance, there will be an
organization of .conservatives in a large num
ber ot the counties, uetore .mo iuu cicchoiib.
and they will make their power to be felt. ' In
Duchess, seventy latQ partizans of Jackson
and Van Buren have subscribed a paper in
which they declare they will f support no man
for any office at the ensuing election, uuless he
is unequivocally opposed to the. Sub-Treasury,
and in favor of the unconditional repeal of the
law prohibiting the circulation of small bills.
They also recommend that a state convention
be held to " consider the proper person to, be
supported . for governor and lieut. governor.,
In Ulster too, me conservatives uove muieu
against the sub-treasury, and unite with Duch
ess in calling a state Convention ,4 This inde
pendent and fearless course will stir up the
conservatives in other counties, to contend for
their principles,, and take, a stand againBt a.
course of measures which are clearly opposed
by a large majority- of the people-ilutfson
jv; Y. Rep,. ; "'-;.' '-
The Westchester and Putnam Republican,
niihliaheH the Droceediners of the Repubhcan
convention held at this place on tbe 13th inst.i
and accompanies them w.Uh the following re-marks:-
i;i-- a I - ; ' -''; ";!'.:'.': iV -'.-'
'f it must be evident to Mr. . Van Buren; and
the leaders of the administration, party, from
the movements which are everywhere appa
rent, that th? people are, not disposed to yieia
their support to measures which they deem in
consistent with the true principles of republi
can government, and that sound policy which
lino hitherto favored their crowinir enterprise;
and that this disposition has beeh exhibited in
particular by those. who have oeen ioremosi
in placing the present incumbents in power, is
equally obvious, i Under these impressions, we
had hoped ; those . ohnoxious- measures wuum
have been withdrawn, and the great republican
family permitted to extend its usefulness, as
heretrvore, m harmony. : ip uiui ayoin, v
hav& been mistaken, and instead of a relaxar
tion, the line is drawn closer to the favorite
point, thue forcing the independent portion of
the republican family to organize in their own
defence, and trust the issue to the bollpthox
es, where the people can deposite their will
without fear or favour. PougK' Jounyj
. .. ., : An ' .' I 'I' I I" ' I I ' V 1ST-.
Bonds Speecu. The effectr of this speech
thtt Vnfttielrat Taeaders WOltld be diverting
Ai H'.tMti (liaeover -the ' utter destitution 'of
truthand honorin that' portion of our fellow
citizens. ' It furnishes a glass, in,which they
may soe their perfeet likeness ; and I don't won
der that they start back with disgust, and curse
the' manufacturer. "'The man who 'denies its
troth, believing what he eays f U not to be em
vied for hie knowledge of American historjr for
the iast ten years? And they Who say; it - w
false, knowing better,1 (which is' by far; the
greater part ) deserve to be despised, as traitors
totheir couutry.'; v -7'r';
However, Their course is naiurai, onu uruig
to mind two similarities that transpired within
my knowledge or men and things, - " - '
A man was travelling with a bludgeonj and
Kumn in his wftv and he ffave him a hea
vy blow," " What did you stnkbmy dog for?
enquired the owner. ;. ,uIo Is mad ajn t het
No,'. returned the; owner.WThen. he is a
' iooi, tor struct wiu ubw bw .
nTioil nthrti" .... .n i A. 'i.r ,,
'fMVMUida and C&Daln, it
was this custom of the Mpfiawhers to xaft lum
ber, down tbetiyer to Schenectady there aiorp
it until winter, and. then aleif h it to Albany.
A Yankee stored s parcel in a. dutchmans yard,
and in the winter when he went for it, he found
t part of it stolen He took what remained,
and went away without pay"1? wr storage.
The Dutchman, a tavern keepe followed him
for his pay. However, he soon returned w,a
great rage.VSome'one enquired what .was the
matter. " Matterenough by dundei, .he re
plied, ', Dat yankee haa filled my yard with
beards all summer, and I asked him for fay,
and be called roe a thief and a liar and a scoun
drel,, and evpry ,ting ghutt .mat .",-
MAlfittEiS CITITIIIO SATURDAY, SEPXEMBEIC 1838.
A.Locofoco. FaMrhood. The Locofocdl
editors pretend&d to say, that the bank were
forced into the resumption againat their, will.'
What was the nature of the torco employed
The populai1 voice, the Vans. -Indeed! - How
can this be,' wheih-e very "'selection, excepting
that ' of liliesouri; which hoa been held since
the suspension, has resulted in overwhelming
triumphs for those who opposed the attacks up-J
en the batiks! Even in Missouri, where. last
year we hnd but 84 membera of the Legislature
the Whi!T8-" the JBanfc 'Wing's," have now.
52! ! ..The pensioned oreeses-ought tiendefrlcool they mix .it AV.ith sugar and a little of the
.". . . r,..v. .v.. ' i- 1 .u .u . -.i...'n u ..,: f. i l;,frt Vrto
yor td.give'' plausibility to their falsehoods. i
O. State Jours tv-'-V-'' 'W--"'' t
1 Auditor Bbtah A few years ago, John A.
Bryan, a leader of this Locofoeo 'party of this
State, was friendly to the establishment of a
Mate UanR with a capital of seven millions or
dollar. Mr. Bryan tegarded as " salutary"
the provisions of a proposed charter, although
neither Directors nor Stockholders were made
individually liable; nor Was a clause reserving!
the Legislature the right of repeal! No forfeit
ure of the charter was to follow a suspension of
specie payments, and but ten per cent dama
ges on protested notes to be allowed!
; Now, Mr. Bryan, and Mr. Bryan's follow
ers, profet to regard all these matters as es
sential, The People, however begin to under-,
stand that they make and break promises as
suits v the obiect of the moment. O. State
Jour,' '' A'' . '"' ' " . .. V .
. Will our friend of the Rochester Democrat
whose paper by the way, don't come to hand
as regularly as we desire inform us what pro
found genius concocted the following resolu
tion which we see by the Aigus was adopted
at a Republican. Young Men's Convention in
Monroe Oountv.-v- .' : ;'.:- a
Resolved, That as freemen engaged in- the
holystruggle of. "liberty,"' we will press onward
with renewed, and increasing energy, un
til we have seen the bright star of democracy,
enlightening and vivifying the now benighted
and Bterile-by paths of federal whiggery. r
' Rochester possesses some loco foco penmen
who possesses an astomamng " power ot die
tion." Troy .Vail. , , ; (
' BAttooNiNo. A Wmv J Wise rcently as
cended in a balloon at Eaaton, Pennsylvania,
When be had reached the height of 13,000
feet his balloon exploded. With no other
damage than having his shoulder slightly brui
sed. He gives notice that he intends shortly
to make another, ascent. Vmcvnnatt Uax
Governor BRNCK,-Having been beaten in
his lata race for Governor of North Carolina,
by about 15000 votes, is Baid to have retired
not to the " Ueaerts ot Araby" but to H ion
da, where he is a candidate for the Convention
to forma Constitution. IB,"
Illinois. . Elbction. Extracts from the
Chicaeo American Extra, of the 30th August,
which we find in tho Detroit Advertiser of
Friday last, appear to Bottle this long vexed
questron' j- v
The Chicago paper states on the authority
of a letter from Hpringficld, dated Aug. 26th,
that Stuart is elected by a majority of S3 votes,
and farther, that this is conceded!) y the Editor.
of the Sangamo Journal, tv.u.; . .
The Bamo correspondent says that the iieg-
islature will stand oa follows : senate 22
Whies, 2 Conservatives, lelocofocos. House
46 Whigs, 5 Conseryatives,.4l, loco, fpc,os.r
Clev. Her-. A ' - ' i-': V-;
Whio Convektios in MicuioAN. We learn
from the Detroit Advertiser, that this body,
which met at Ann Arbor, on the 5th inst com
prised nearly two hundred delegates, represent
in? almost every county, in the state, Harmo'
ny and energy characterised the proceedings,
and the Advertiser predicts wuu commence,
the election of H. G. Wells, Esq. of Kalama
zoo, the Whig candidate, for congress. Cieti,
Her,. ' ; '
Calhoun. A fe political presses are spe
culatins on the probability of Mr. Calhoun be
ing run for the Presidency at the next flec
tion. This is rather tho moat absurd idea we
have heard put forth for some time. We can-
not.imagine a contingency which would afford
the least chance for the election of this extra
ordinary man to the Chief Magistracy of this
Union; and we know of no circumstance tint
would fill the breasts of Patriots with more
alarm and fear than such an elevation. This
master spirit, pf. nulif! cation has iiotfiing to
hope or expect irora the. American people lie
has made nis own grave nim ne must sieep in
it. Cincinnaljan. '' A,, , ... ,-
Texas. A Letter from Texas of a late date
says that the hon. James. Gollinsworth, chief
justice of the Republio, Was found in Galveston
Bay s fe.w.day a ngo.; , The body was much mu
tilated, and there were marks .ooout it wnicn
led to t he belief that he had been murdered
He had a large sum; of .money with him when
at Ualvestop. 7 JXe was a man of extensive re
search, of superior talents, and every way, ad
mirably qualified to fill the responsible station
which ne neia in tne thriving uuie repupiic ,
Fort Wayne Sentinel. A-.,i 'j ,s-..-'i-
T "A" - - - - . '- " : '
' Ex-Presidbkt,' JacpsOn, Wis unde'fStaod
from a gentleman. who arrived from the south
yesterday, afternoon, 'that lie learned from a
friend of Gen. Jackson's, that the General bad
a few days before, burst another, blood-vessel,
and th'at Wvifas quite i, Phil. Herald,
T' 'Statuary Marble. A Southern paper
states that -Mr.- Featberstonhaugh, United S.
Geologist,' has' discovered . White- Statuary
Marble in the Cherokee country. The quarry
is thought to be inexhaustible, and in quality
is said to be fully equal to the marble obtained
from Massa Carrara, Italy.' For a , long time
the Italian marble has been used exclusively
by sculptors, and -blocks of it are annually
transported to various countries at great ex
pense. "The block Tor the statue of Hamilton
in the N. Y- Exchange, which was destroyed
durinar' the arrest fire, cost ffi2.000i- The dis
covery .of this quarry, if it proves to'i be 7al tt Is
represented, will be ot immense aavantagato
the ,art of. sculpture 'in this country .-r-i".
P.atrjeUO: M :'S '
-... c'' fi.
.. Governor Marcy has offered a reward of two
hundred and fifty dollars for the detection and
urorehensIonAof the murderer of s Thomas
French, ;who was found killed at Mouut Pleas-;
i int, n.W estchester county, on the I itb m, ,
Circassian ' Womsh. The" Circassian ' la
dies, when in doors , employed themselves in
embroidery, , In which they excel, in. spinning
wool and flax, making 'clothes, for tho family,
fabricating mantles from the hair of goals and
camels, cushions for the saddle,, housing,
.flioes, and even elioaths, fur the sword..' They
shine also in the dairy and. culinary depart
ments. . Their $khou, a species of sour milk,
is celebrated. "They" never use . fresh mi)k
which they consider to be unwholesome; , they
boil it as soon as it is taken from the cow whon
water, and in a few hours afterwards .it" be-,
cornea thick and fit for use.,; This preparation
preserves the milk from corruption during: the
hottest weather,,' . It forms a cool and most de
licious draught, and may be said to constitute
tho principle article an the Circassian code of
diet. They eat it at breakfast wlih boiled
millet! at noon, and in the .evehing, , with the
nilatt ot rice or boiled wheat, in winter it is
kept in tubs sprinkled with salt, when it forms
a consistency almost like cheese. .. I have lived,
upou his species of curd for some days while
voyageing on tho isauuDe, . ana .ioudu ii, very
agreeable and salutary food. , . . . " A r ;
It is from such families as those I have just
described, that the harems of Turkey and Per
sia are principally supplied. Their ancient cus
toms sanction the sale ot their young icmoiea,
and every care is taken of the beauty in order to
enhance their value. This mode of providing
for them is in fact considered the most advan
tageous, and the most consonant to the feelings
ofthe ladies themselves which thoy can adopt.
Being a remarkably proud people, and retain-,
mg the recollections ot a chivalrous ancestry,
they disdain to intermarry with any of the
mountain tribes around them. The spledid at
tire, and the wealth with . which Circassian
women return occasionly to their native ham
lets, after having lived abroad for some years,
animate the ambition ol the maidens wno nave
not yet stircd from home. They listen with
eagerness to tho reprcscntatioi.8 they hear of
the luxuries to which their beauty would enti
tle them in distant lands, and their naturul
onirit nf nilvnnt.iire and romance Boon deter
mines them as to the course which they should
take the moment, the opportunity presents it
self. It may be asked whet great difference is
there between a bevy of Circassian girls em
barked for Constantinople or 1 rebizond, with
a view to change their condition, and a cabin
full of English young ladies, fresh from the
boarding school, emigrating to India for a
. The true Circassian, however, generally pre
fers selling hia daughter at home, if he can there
find a sujiable consort for her among her own
tribe, to sending her abroad. A suit of Persian
armor, or a number of choice cimiters or curi
ously inlaid guns, someiunes consuuue mc
pried. -Where these articles are not to be
obtaiped, horses, cows,, sneep or mo personal
services of the suitor for a limited period, are
taken iu exchange. .u in. . ; . .. .
,Th? Mjelstroom Whirlpool. Letter from
a gentleman m Washington to tne uon,. A,
B. Woodward, Judge of Middle Florida, . , :
This Wonderful Phenomenon, that has exci
ted the wonder and .astonishment ofthe world,
I have seen. There are few of my countrymen
who have had the opportunity, in consequence
ofthe situation of it being remote from any
rrt of commerce. Its latitude aqd longitude
do npt exactly recollect. It is situated be
tween two islands, belonging tea group off the
coast of Norway, called the Dow-in-StafF Isl?
ends, between Drontheim. (being the most
northern point of com.merce)- anil the North
Cape.. I- suppose the latitude to be about 69
north, but will not be certain.. . . : . ; -i
I bad occasion some years since to navigate
a ship from North Cape to Drontheim, nearly
all the wav between islands or rocke and the
main. : On enquiring of my , Norway pilot,
about , tho practicability of running near the
whirlDool. he told mo that with a ffood breeze
it could be approached near enough for exami
nation without danger. I at once determined
to satisfy myself. We began to i.ear it about
10 a. m. i" the month , of September,., with a
fine leading wincj uorth-weet. Two good sea
men where placed at the helm, and the mate
on f he quarter. decK, an nanus at, mcir, siatiuiw
for working ship arid the. pilot standing on the
bowsprit, between the night, heads. I went
oil the maiutopsail yard, with a good glass. I
had been seated but a. few moments when my
ship entered the dish of the whirlpool; the ve
locity of the, watet altered her course three
points toward the centtre, although she was
going eight hots through the water. .' ...
This alarmed me extremely; for a moment I
thought that destruction was inevitable. She,
however, answered her helm sweetly, and we
ran. along the, edge; the waves foaming around
tie in every form, while she was dancing gaily
over.tiiem.j' ,The eensations I experienced are
difficult to describe. Imsffins to yourself an
immense-circle, jrunijjrig round, of a diameter of
one ana a nau miles, tne velocity increasing u
it eonroximated toward the centre, and graau
ally changing its dark blue color to. whiter
foaming; tumbling rushing to. we. vortex;; very
mucn concave, as, .juncr. o oa mo water in
tunnel when half run outi the noise, too(r-his-sing,'
roaring,, dashing all pressing on the
niind(at once presented the most awful, grand,
solemn sight I ever experienced. ' . ; , ' v.,
" . We were near it about eighteen' minutes,
and in siirht of it about two hours.' It is evi
dently , a subterranean passage that lqade the
Lord knows where. From its magnitude, I
should not doubt that instant destruction would
be the fate of a dozen of our largest ships, were
they drawn in : the, same moment- ;;l'be pilot
save that several vessels have been' sucked
down: indlhat whales also have been deatrey
ed:s' The first I think nirobable enouahj but I
rather doubt the latterMeft. '... '
fi Libert ok' sort Sides. A agred militia
ofnee, and still more handy legged negto, met
at the bar of a public house, where the follow-:
voo. shall take a fflass" -ef drink with me Cuff.'
Well, cepting, Ts berry dry, bo I wont be tiglv
'bout it'; some niggers is too- proud -to drink
with a militia officer: but when he's sober he
jis as good as nigger-r-'specially when de nig.
gers.ury,s .k- ? iwit -.t x f,.
'.. The Chicago Democrat says Wisconsin mo
ney,is at per cent., uieyguiik ui ,uii7V';'
Whole ISo. t7.
Union or thb Missiseirn and thb. Lakxs.
We have taken occasion to advert 'several
times to the canal which is to connect the Fox
and Wisconsin rivers at or near fort Winneba-j
ro. , To the commerce of the lakes, and to Buf- j
alo in particular, the prompt completion of that
work is of ereat importance. It will be the
means of diverting a great share ofthe valuable ;
Upper Mississippi trade, from its present .'ong,
circuitous and expensive route down the river
to hew Orleans, and thence, round by sea, to
an eastern-market, to the city, and thence, by
the Erie canal, to New York--a route that is
comparitavoly direct, cheap and safe. . It is one
ofthe thousand works of internal improvement
now in progress, all of which tend to lake Erie
as a Common centre, and which when comple
ted, will be the channels of an . immense trade,
and the sources of almost boundless wealth.
A corresDondcnt -of the Cleveland Herald
and Gazette, speaking ofthe Fox river canal,
saysi'1 - ,..,,i, ;. .-i - i .
The contract is lor its completion oy jcw
ber, 49r cost about 30,00. Its length will
be a little more than a mile. One lock with a
lift of seven feet is only required. . . '
Water flows across the fortage irom tne
Wisconsin, so much, I learn, as to render the
work inconvenient at nresent. One or two
boats have this year passed across into the Wis
; When the canal is finished and Borne contem
plated improvements are made in the naviga
tion of the Fox river, it is probable that lead
from the mining country will be brought
through this channel for the supply of all the
country adjacent to the lakeB. I saw here re
cently a considerable quantity of lead and shot
for your place, from Gelcna on the Wisconsin.
Bvjfjlo Patriot. ... ,
". flj" We commend to our Steam Boat and
Rail Road managers a practice which is adopt
ed at the South, which contributes alike to the
convenience ot all, and to the safety of the
travellers' baggage. In travelling in Mary
land, 4-c. you deliver your baggage to a man
who has special charge of this department.
He immediately attaches to it a Btrap to which
is atiu ticket numbered, and irives you a dupli
cate ticket with a corresponding number. The
bnfrp-np-e is not delivered without tho presen-
tation of this duplicate ticket; so that the pas
senger has leisure to take care ot the lames
whom he may have in charge, or to look up
lodtrinir. and may then send or call tor this bag
gae. So excellent is the arrangement, that
the writer of this received a clothe's bag in
New York which he had accidentally left in a
passenger car iu Maryland, by the earliest con
veyance. Albany x-ve, jour.
Enterprise or Monroe. Tho freeholders
of the thriving city of Monroe have voted to
raise $ii5,000 for the purpose of completing
the shin canal commenced bv the U. S. liov
eminent connecting the waters of the Raisin
with Lake Erie and lor improving me. naviga.
tion of the Raisin. The work is to be com
menced immediately. Detroit Adv. .t
. The N. Y. American states that the pro
ceeds ofthe Smitlisonian bequest about half a
million have been loaned to the new bank,
orffanizinu under the presidency of Mr. Beers,
on the security of an equal amount of Aakan-
sas stock, bearing an interest ot six per cent.
A " right whale" was picked up at sea, dead,
and towed ashore at Salisbury Point, near
Newburyport, on Tuesday of last week. The
Newburyport Herald states that on Wednes
day. 1467 persons passed the bridge to visit it.
The number who landed in boats was full as
large in addition.
A Vermont Repartee. A recruiting offi
cer whispered to a rosy-cheeked damsel as she
was putting on her bonnet at the close ot a
quilting partv; "Will you allow me to ac
company you homel" " No, sir, I am engag
ed," said she in a loud tone, so as to give no
toriety to the transaction. " You miss it most
prodigiously! said the military wag, ion
have got both pocKets chuck iuu oi ginger
bread!" . '
Anion? the curiosities ofthe day is a news
paper printed in the Italian language, at Tunis,
near the site of ancient Carthage. " y
Tim Prnvidenr.fi folks have decided bv a Vote
that no more licenses shall be granted for the
sale of liquor. " - ' . i"- , : :, i ;
Wonder if there is any truth in tbe report
that a man died yesterday of lock-jaw, caused
by treading on the bill ot, a musqueto, 'as the
" varminl'Taid . on his back? , We have Been
them large enough to talk, but the other story
is a poser. JV.. O Picayune, , :
Whi.hr. W learn from the Baneor
Wl.io- that a thousand stand of -arm arrived in
that city on Saturday last, .from Portland, for
the nurnose.-of arniinff forthwith the Lincoln
Frontier ReeimenU. -This looks as if Govern
or Kent was in earnost. . i , -.-
' ".Variety is the spice of life," thought the
shoemaker as he was chewing wax, leather
and tobacco, all at once. ; .,, ;
DnMKSTic Winb. When our southern
fri.n,l wnre with us on Saturday evening.
ampng othfir wines, we gave them to drink of
some domestic, wine iroin iub vmwu n-upi
made by Mr. Jacob , Resor, , at his place about
six miles bqlpw this city on the river, oanit
Thn nrentlemen were in every respect com
petont judges, ana were nut iiunruiuu ;iu sua
kind of wine., or where produced until they had
- . . . . i-r J
mtrnn tneir ooinionoi it; wiimu m imi t u
every respect, resembled, .and mat. JuUy tqual
in. Hut Hock or the Rhine.' , i This wine, it will
be recoUocted, is oflast years vintage. What
a delicious drink it win oe, wnen ii nasage to
add to its fine body an excellent, navor; yet we
import wines! A fraction .less, thaa half an
mom nrtunp.nA twrBtv-twd barrel of this wine,
including braalkTOrtiun .fro-q the. Isabella
grapeCtncinnati Ppstl if
-CiooB. The Picayune thinks that a good
Oculist could do an excellent business at Ni
agara.''. Upwards -of a: thousand visiters are
there, and every mother's son has. the. tataract,
in his eye.'? . "" t sS--; ,
,,,," l' ; ..;, ' ' , ' "III, 3
There is a man is this city so deep in love,
that he can neither iOatc Slee stand. , or lie
down.--rC'netnna.ion..'.; '.'., ' .ir'Ay
Tho Yellow Fever is declsred to bo in both
Charleston and New Orleans, v,t. f. v'. ..,rA
waBBlCTW nu.wimi. jL,iii.iLwraTK'.wJ... ,?a
Arrest or a Membe or TUB Nsw YoaS-
Ba M Peter B. Manchester, a lawyer of
WPfwfbvv . va-i,iua .! V TT .. , J .
arrested ana imprisoned on a charge of recei-;
ving stolen goods and conniviug with felons. ;
On Saturday evening, the prisoner was lock-, ;
d up amid a scene the most distressing the '
tears and lamentations or, triends ana reia- -tions,
, . -( "."'-..'. ,7 .' " ' ,Jt
The Sunday Morninar News eayss We ara'
requested to desire the public to suspend tliei
opinion on this subject, until the. accused can
have an opportunity of exonerating himself from1
the charge. Cmcmuulian. . ". " & '
Forits or ABOUTioN.-The last dates from '
the West Indias states, on tho first of August
the apprentices were set free. ' The negroes '
instant! v struck for waires. refusins'to work'
for any thing like those tendered them by the '
planters. Accounts of the desertion of the1(
negroes are stated bb truly deplorable. ' Cane(
pieces destroyed by cattle, and the coffee drop-'
ping to the ground to rot, where tho bjirthorr
of tlie country reports. ' : The overseera in some
instances were left without a single assistant.'
Cinclnnatian. ""' " " ',
Neapolitan Indkmhitt. The Government
have received 8221,035 of the Neapolitan ln
demnity, which will be paid to claimants at?
the Bank of America. ,.,,'.;' r; -.,( r . . , - vt
v died, :," '; , ..::;;,:.::;;;:;
At the residence of his son at Cleveland, on"
the 18th inst, Lbvi Bebbbk Esq. of this place,
after a lingering illness. . -' -- "! ,. o , t
In this city," on Friday morning, the 18th'
inst., William CtrrHBEnT, of this place, a.
native of Ayreshire, in Scotland, aged abous
twenty-three years. He was a young man of
excellent character, possessing all the good,
qualities of the kind-hearted nation from which
he came. " '. "' "' ' "; " ' " ".' .,
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.J
riTHE subscribers are now' receiving" SuJ
Jl opening, direct from New York, the lar
gest, and best assortment of goods that we u
have ever offered in this cftf, a good share of .
which have been purchased for cash, and ee-'
lectcd with peculiar care, expressly for this-1
market, we flatter ourselves that they are so,
purchased, that we can and are offering to
those who wish to buy for cash goods at less'
prices than they have been offered in this ci.,
and we do moat earnestly invite all that wish,
to purchase goods at great bargains, and goods'
too, combining, durability, fashion and cheap
ness, to give us a call, before buying elsewhere.-
SPENCER & MOORE. Erie st.
Maumce City, Sept. 20th ICS'S. S4' i
BLUE-Blk. Blk. Green, Invis. Green, Dak- v
lis, Brown, and Blue Broad Cloths, of
beautiful textures, for sale by . . r- . 7-.
sept. 2 , - . SPENCER k MOORE.'
PILOT Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinets, Ky.
Janes, and Mole Shine, a good assort-'
ment by s. 32 SPENCER MOORE.' .
--.t knir m.. ni.i. .nj ;n, pi,' oft
13 and Fig"d Satin Vestings Silk VclVtoiC:
Italian Cravats, by '
sept. 24 SPENCER & MOORE.'
LACK, While and Scarlet,' Menno,;
Shenillc, Thibet, Raw, Silk and .bally-
Shawls, a beautiful assortment by 1 '.
cpt. as 1 erBNoian, e Moonn.' .
TTRENCII. English, and American, Prints1
X? and Ginghams, of the latest style by
sept. S3 .
SPENCER Si MOORE.'
T)LAIN and Twilled, Flannels, Lwscys and
JL Lanton f lannels, by
SPENCER & MOORE,
COTTON, and Woollen Yarn, Candle wick-'
ing, and Batting, for sale cheap by
sept, as otrrnvm. aiuutin.
BRASH and Satin Beaver Hate, Fur Caps ,
of excellent qualities and of the latest
fushions by ; e. 32 SPENCER U MOORE,' .
ENS Calf and Cowhide Boots and Bro-
gans ; Bovs do.; Ladies Kid slippers; .
Gaiter Boots Miss's and Childrens shoes,, of
superior qualities by . , A A ?
sept. 1 ; SflSSiUtat. b MOUHJi. .
COMPOSITION, Cast, and Sheet-Iron Tea.
Kf,tflna. Snn,tia. Rhnvpla. nnA Avea bv
sept ii " SPENCER & .MOORE. '
innO lbs' Cut Nails, of all sizes, just
i-vv vr, received and tor sale by
SPENCER & MOOREl
-j e Chests ol tiyson, Young tiyson ana luir
JLmU perial Teas, fresh, and for sale by -' ,
Sept. 22 ., .. SPENCER MOORE.
CTrtrt Galls. Molasses, , Brown, Loaf onoV
Lump Sugars, excellent articles by t
Sf EWOJirt fie jiwitt. .
(lODFISH u Mackerel, Whale, Wpermanoi
J Tanners Oil', for sale bv ' (' n
SepU 22 !7 ' SPENCER . k MOORE.:; .
HINAi Glass, Earthen and Stone Ware,
large assortment by M . ' '' "u '
Scot, ii " ,k tsrujNwisit muuiiiLfc
BLEACH'D and Brown Sheetings, ana ?mr-tino-a
at all nricea and in any quantity by
Sept. 22 SPENCER te MOORE;
T OOlUJNli Ulasses,a gooa assorimeui we-
JJ sale by. ;t,. J .
Sept. 22 , jtjswujsh. K Muvnii.
and Duffill ' Blankets f foe-'
f , '.'' I ''I M ,
SPENCER' b MOORE1- '
CABINET FUKNITUBE, - ; ; s
flHE subscriber manufactures ana Keep
hand, a general assortment of Cabinet
work made from good materials, by experi-.
enced workmen, and nopesoy aneoiio, u
the taste and accommodate the wants of com
munity. This assortmeni consists, presui,
m.Arrv. Ulack Walnut
and Maple Bureaus; Cherry and Black Wal
nut dining snd breakfast Tables; High post
snd French Bedsteads? Cherry, Maple and
Walnut Work Tables, Candle Stands, Wash;
St.o - i-vjia
Persons purchasing are requested' to- call ,
before they purchase elsewhere i-Orders from,
a distance, attended to WTthVptness. '
CHARLES A.- LAMB. ,
'' MaUmee City, Sept. l tm. L!, 24
; i ' POSITltyELY l4ASTTAl,Lv - "
'A' ti notes and accounts due the late firm.
V. of Ranney, Richardson' & Co. which re
main unpaid after the 30th of September, will,
be left with the propbr authorities for. collec
tion.' A word td the wise wehope W.'i . - if-,
,-Sept.vi5..jA. ' v, .; -a .- : '-"i--;1