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i : J Kfalbvan. A W'" Wi-s W. Addfcman, ' JrZ: A. RdrhJL W.Gw, 1 -rfWTT", w wait mm Ho-. tfrdSBi 0e ... -.1 . la UWUB. - . ., fcliow cim mni RirkmU, Indiana, J4, I937' . Jogrcitnl informa- .SaXm-iS of your p 7 "j-Y your able and indepoa the rreat-saf zuard of our HiMt eofcor of mM"JzZti", PP"'"'' dji niise 'frrT7f N-lmlf ofa-crat portion of jiilli' w rl -rirnwri K our llooshef lend. U r?" "TV poulo oT pommoit country by .:.rL mm knia i.tmir vnxcr. ivl ITtMMwiil rimljriHr 'yw eirj28tBiW will a .r..li mail Au-. U JOHN 1ISI.EV. WIM.IAJI K.tul.RK. On bekalfoT lh m'.imm Cmnmkfje. whfcli n mM Mining feply fAw the city of U"m' Lmimitk,K9Mn 6,1837. i nlH" uttart I wCTct.T-.-r sincerely, that I 'jV'p. al present, to visit Richmond. Your ll -ZLS--Z pniiiiral rwliri, and the general ft iend- it I HP7T",,,: .rfcjmwfcrff it. I hope, an mtm orrnuon , in m inn in any r.t-.. r mmume, HfwlUn, will yf " y"rIve T-TTj. .rf- 1.H i ir r '3"' g00" wishe. ' IIANIEI.WEnSTKR. 'T Wafc K. FmLKK ami odtaia, ctmimitts in behalf of tba tiiijrTT BtehMMM fn THE HTHWOSD ratLAMVV. '0 COCaWII05IAI BM5CTI05U ' 1mk lata pnhMUnor Pr.i.U3t Vaa Bnm, eortveit-li-jCm;rw on Uk f rt nf RepUnaber, fiWti a new ami int--natia(apact WtM ctmtl lot Ciji i lbi Uitrei lhHl agptl ant ataJ rnmmt ba ovarlotAad by l!ta Pt"yle Tbi tin, ( called fc ail apwial pirq-w, will, ne rvtMinly, ae of mSvrt rfitratimj; and, as itie 8iiljT ujwm wltirk luaMajber will bo called l- act aro of inonientim twpmiaia " th Ameriraa people, wight tha ambition of a niii i htm aipirajt for ConcieM be gratified at the expr.ne of losing tba aetvieesof aa U mvt trperieneti aiembor In iba eaamcila of the an I km T Bsfore Mr. Raridea or Mr. pMKer (if fork',) emiM, by may ponihility, make thnm tehrei acotaiiiHed with the leJea and onlar of proceeding in tba lloaxe, the Coasrew will hare arfjoornsd. Cen. M'Caity, on the other band, i a gentleman well vened in all the roles aaderdenof (Taiir,ieiioiial pmreedinj, and, eonqMntly, waaM be prepared at once In rrmlsr hiintnlf nseful in thnt bnrfjr, and tbas aid in giving effett It the scntimenu of hi.s 4imnitt m wepud to the law pcraicimn mraitrrea of the ad tamiftratioa) m relation m the eurrenry. In addition to thi , h h well laowa that no man in Confess from tha West is prraooally more pnfmlar, or has gnafsr pcrwial influence jaaag men of all parties in Washington, than to has. His fsaatariiy, tha ronalt n rrl mn.tjr ivt ce.ivUmanty mhmr rr ffrw pawew Im m greater degree, riiH ba aiiHatwd trj a nr ' ' , berause it is the teeaUaadtaeoCtniiiigof time atom. Why, theit, sbmdd lb people disregard tha long-triod services of so fsarless aaw able a mieimait, In such a trying period in our affairs, gratify the ambilion of anodic r for a seat in CVngre? foaM tba tattery of sucb a eomptiment to Lawyer Rariden or KeeaVfatWpaaesicompeiwate tha people of this district far the loss they would saetain in the experiemre of this old and miibful Repmeautire T la addition to this tmw of tlie suhjxrt, ths Whigs of thin District can aerer, without tho Imwd irrrttil j!e, fwet the Vermis mciificesof Oen. M't'arty if thneaiMS ol (rmbliraii ptiaripla. AlthnK;!t an original Ja.-L.im.in, he rould not bo traasAirreil to l.V t import of his d?ig.TtTl successor. He 4bf ant araiii, Vk mmmm u:ltil h; Cnt.ti1v.tm was crraaui to surceed oefina he UA his stiuil. With t!u cior-y BadfcailesHnnTSwhirhhas alwavs clmrnr liris id his puldic eandurt, be defied the power an. I infloonco w il !u I to secure the election of the K.teeu.ive favorite, anil dc.viuivred ths means rssnrted to, to foro him on tho Ainerioan Iooile, ns nnprecefletitetl in our history, ami as ilestrflive of the rights and liberties of the Amirir.in riliirMi. Ii a public mail, who has Ihos proved himself hone.it amort' the corrupt; fsar lew aasnag the timid ami lime-ecrving, and mtriotic among the degenerate, to be rewarded with ingratitude, that an allied man rosy gratify his vanity I If tiro peole of Ittdi ana winh lorhcrih the pwre principles of democracy, atvl the lofty indepoml nice of cbaractcr, which has distinguished the career of ften. McCarty, they mujt nol abnwfcm him to the temfer meicies of the miniont of favor. As to bis "iamftwtancy, it i tbe misorabfe slang of Uiose aba cannot li.nim;uih beiwrrit a slavish adherence to men, tad an enlightened ibvolion fc principle. Tlie latter is im- "Jabfe, but be wbo Mlows the former is no better tlian tho sawe of power, and of the caprices and whims of other. If sAfse titppnrters of Jackson, who hrtve refilled ti arknowl aji mr claims of tha Kindt-shook daivly to the Presidency, a amtgades and baitors t pri.M-iple, what mint be said of ""Sh asimlsil citiiens of Tenncjwc, Imliann, Cicorgia, etc. Tbtcauiiee tan. Mrt'aity, Imwever, in Congress has aner Keen that of a jmrtiztm.- If elect jd, he will ba the rpmenwUreof the peo,l, and not of a party. As a epabliraaes-tbe Jcffononlnn school, ha fou;d himself coin- pslled, im defaar of prineiptc. In differ with many of his old frirndsas to tha be mean of perpetuating tha political creed whirh they professed in common, l.i this coursf, ho is J Unxmi.l of the great l.-aersof thnt pirty la litJ3 'I, whilst fwneeiicotjuxl oxhft ffdoral JSttlcs nt tarn! in soit tHo pr9W j,...,,,,, llt of tho i'-kivrimi t Mir S the true Bai.....:- . r ti.- . 1 " ' in ihtf political chnra.- tsr rf wholo J-d.arf.t.UN.t the mane,, ,m,,.mt illlr..n,, di iSM L""?''ii"lj!ln of and '-eof VmTml "''("tohmnkhntinri tngethsr tV aWdkJlT'' Jm'i) eon,i,r of i"mHll,inW bi",,,f him for es.rci.i,,, ai , I -..IvedTvoT " M'i!Urf,', "' .-0.1! 8,ifow"i- K"tly who HH luiury rrfr.erZj. ". and , (,H th,IIW, Baaasor this ' f".n moii of I llM-ii.. ... M held ait'olumrm .SU - . . . . -""""ps was MfU . . hak 01 Hanks. To reijnira of rwiMiit. - - ' w ea,TlTk:,'Cf TM ""-U of its i " pnrdenri fcKl null hk . I is likn a S-iMKfal lIoainiUj Joaaa .j n m Hank,,, I-..;." """" I'm ,veivry a.v aslearti-a-,!,! for premi,..n wfciii. From the Mayiilc Mo.tiiof Extra,, J""' 7. Through the politeness of the Post Mister at Wheeling, wo bare been favored with a copy of an Extra itr-jucd by the Cilobe on Saturday, the 3J instant, from which wc learn the important news of the resignations of the fSecrctaries of Stale aril of War. 1 he circumstances which led to this atep, occurred in a Cabinet meeting, held ou the 2d inst. Messrs. Forsyth and Poinsett, in set siteechcs. advocated the mcamrcs taken !y J the Collector of New York, inilcihncc of law, &l. directly at variance with the instructions of Gov ernment, and insisted that orders should be trans mitted to the Collectors and Postmasters through out the United States, directing them to nui-suc a ximilar course. The speeches of these gentle men were characterize J by .exceeding bitterness and acrunony,andcvinccdadctcniiiuation to a we the cabinet into submission to the monstrous meas ure, if it could be done. They threatened the President, unless their wishes were complied with, they would both resign; Mr. Van Burcn re plied that their demand could not be acceded to, and that it would give bim dcasure to receive t'uir resignation under any circumstances. Th; coun cil immediately aojourncJ, and early the next morning, their resignations were tendered and accepted. Tlw following arc tho concluding remarks of the Globe : To our friends at a distance, this event, wc doubt not, will be very unexpected. Wc, howev er, nro not astonished; wc have observed closely their conduct, and from recent dcvclopcmcnts ta ken in connection with tho visits of certain Icad- uijf wings to this city, wc were ic-J to anticipate s'Hiicthiiig of tho kind, an I the result proves wc wcrc no, mJfafcon. Wc have but few words ui-ji c toadd. Blcssrs. Torsytliand Poinsett have taken J r: k. l the lean, thev have deserted their friends Jc' sorted their country Jc5crtcd her in the hour of her cxtrcmest peri! at a time when all the ele ments of faction arc at work "to overthrow the constitution at a time when all the courage and all the constancy of the friends of order and good government arc needed to preserve the f tir fab ric ol our iiiHjrticf tnosa traitors nave naseiy tir? sertcd her. Oh tor a tongue to curse the slave. But they will reap their reward, and that reward will be the curses and excrecations of an indig nant people. Their late is scaled, nnd in the fate of Branch, Ingham and Dunne, they may read the type of their own. Iliey may bank !r a time in tho smiles and ciij y the caresses of their new friend, but their doom is not less sure. Thcy will find, too late, that they have deser ted friends who would have sustained, and stung the bosom that would have r herished them, to throw themselves into the arms of a base and cor rupt arty, who will use them so long a3 they suit their purposes, and then scorn and trample upon them. Such have been tho fata of all who have deserted the democracy of the country, and trusted to the v. Inrs. bucli is the gratitude ol the parly a party linked together by no common principle, save that td undying hospitality and de mocracy a combination of all tho elements of faction, discord and treason. A union of I lartford conventionists, Black Cockade Federalists, Anti Masons, Nulliiicri, National Republicans, Loco Focos, Abolitionits,and liritiph Hank Mm'io tinlM. nil undorthoopplientir.il tiCvrliigz. ' Ouch im the parly lo which Messrs. Forsyth and Poinsett have sold themselves, and such will bo their fate. In j isticc, however, to this many colored party, wc cannot complain of their ingrat itude to thoir too!s,it is a natural consequence, that however much thev mav love the treason, they must DESPISE THE TRAITOR." The parly ask why should ftlair and Kendall t2 so anx ious to carry out measures which aro shown to br? rninous to tho cou.ttry ? We amwrr thsy havo a jiersonal interest in the success of those measures. I'lair and Ketvtnll luf; Kentucky V-mkntpt; n?iibrr had mentis to p.sy their cspcusns to Washington; now t'iry are btrth rifh turn. 'ITio $GWW par aniiuni f alary as ls; Mas-t-r (hithI tha slicss of cunt'.-irt tho Sji"rnl:iti .i in I md.l tlio frcs in :-.;'!uctius llio Itniicwitn IW.k, ftr. &.C & i-., nil connitut"? n.nl ntikn n( a ru;j fortune l"r r.c.j l.ill. ' rttir if.intirt, iii in itm.mH. M.ftl v. . ... , . - ttie ruin i of his country. IjiKik at tiie its:n i for p.i.it Itig o.i- ly, lo Ilia credit of IJIrur: I'ass I7) 173 171 175 176 177 179 y,'M7 a i 1,'W 1 47 1,1 H) Oil Hll 51 1,07 l. 7,01.1 ()- b,r,U 77 $ 13,'JC'J 77 Octohc- iSXt Fiaiicis I. Illair pri.itiiij law - $f.VJ:1 fi j Ik. do. Io. - 3I:7 37 Francis P. Blnir printing lil.sak 3il( ) I Si. inisicllanenis pri.tli.13 S7UJ OS Blair lr advertising - - 71 Jlus is only part of tho picking, which tin mlvcuurcr fioin tha west has recRted, Ik-Iihi'ih-; to the peopl;, a.il ,ij I0.15 as the pttrltf cit lio kppi to-t!jrr, ho m:.?.i.I.", to plui-k the putdic ffmo. Ict tho country starve o:iIy allow 3Ir. Blair to havo bis share ofiho spoils. S. V. Sinr. Suit AnslxaT Aws Ktni.i.. toi-ktmi & Stokci have a lanpj claim aniajt tho I ov'mmBit fr mail c n'-rai-n, which Kendall, tor personal or Mtiii-rt itintivc. tctue.l to pay. They appliod by petition to the Senate for redress Kendall wrote to the t 'oiiimittr-e, rmpit.ting them lo place no co.iliilcnre i.i what the pctiiio.n'rs mny say, but leave it in hi hand?. The t'ommiito treated bim with contempt, and by law ordered tho Solicitor of ths Treasury lo exam ine ths account s and award to Sun-kton & Stokes" what may be hon?st!y doe thnn; also, by law, ordered A11103 Kendall oil thnt award to pay titenmou.it forthwith. This In refus ed to do, and the Plaintiff applied to trio District t onrt to compel Kendall ly a mandnmus to pay the money. O.i t!m rrldiii of tlie writ, this fuiVti'Hiary dti.iicd llio iHiwtr of ilia CiMiit fc compel hint or tho I'ic.VidriH or any of the heads of IrpartinrMH lo answer, an ? loi tified his sition by mi o pinion of Mr. ItiKler, tho Atturm-y lcicral, that the Court had no Mwcr over him. I'n'ler ihis color or Irv an I official nrot.viioii ara cki- zens swin. Hod out of thoir jun claims hy a public snat, in dii-ct oppositiuii to th vwtnimnu will of ("o.iiiro.n. This is a satnplj of the mi ovrr.menl if this country, whnro tiie lionful creilitors of thn f Jove r11111c.it ar ilcr.-aii'l. ed by the rnrniniioiiists entru.tsd wit!i power. They coit- sidcr thcmscKes nboye all law, and beyoad tho reach of publie fpinioit. ''. iMrORT-lTT Art A.MtKM'AX SUfAIinOM SAILKO tOK Mi:iit o. CoioiiKMloro Dallas has sailed from I n- sacola ur Mntamorns, .Vc. with four eltnuts and a schooner, to demand the release of the lately c.'j- turcd Atin'ricnn vcstd.-,and reparation fr the in juries tlono our commerce. It is absolutely nec- essarv that n decisive lcp if this kind r-hould W taken iinmcilialidv, ns wo pcrvcivo in the New Orleans Bcc,of Miy 'i'M, a nnifi -milion ol" the rumor that uur countrymen iinlawluliy capdireil iv Ah' Mean pirates, have been confined in prmu ut .M.itn moras, mill are ti cited with the greatest brutality . t apt. hherwoiM, inntororthe scli.xui er Champion, iii a letter dalt d .May .'H, sas that lyrly Anu rwans aro conluu'd in a room twenty fei t Miuare! nnd that thev had nothing to catl'r 10 hmir! Thev have been also robbed of everv thing. N. Y. Star. Mr. Sitt,a celebrated rler?vnian of Ionkn. is ubnut to ntiorato with a colony to Wisconsin. Mr. Seott is of tho New Jerusalem church, and will visit this country for the avowerl wirpose of promulgating the ika lrincsof that church ninng . Ilo is presented to tic a man of irrcat elo quence, learning, and piety. Ikdt. Sun. Two rscTs roa rrortc to nivimt. lur!;v: t'10 m- ts.'.i years lh.lt!ii I'.iiu- I Siatt li:nk ha I t'ic nu,i.vr- mciu f ilie public revenu". the poicr-nnriu never bl a l lnr nl il moitr y. Saw tliefis ft liie mnnll mn ms hun.t.c I .l.ill.i. s ,ls.,w.i by i!w S . .. tm .f iho Tti.a-.ufy, lie prncted by f.u a.-X: 11 r-f.kh -he "dt iH).'i..ats ici-t lot payer, t. , Tub Widow. The following beautiful com ment on a paragraph that went the rounds of the papcre very extensively is fiorn -The Army and Navy Chronicle." Wc arc happy, in reading this touching appeal, to think tliat w:did not pub lish, but grieved at the sneering coldness of the expression alluded te. Who woii.o.vt be a widow? Wo understand, says the II ton Traveller, that a certificate under the late Navy Pension act for widows, has beea rccei'ed at the pension o.licc in this city, which entitles the widow ofu captain to the very comfortable sum of .pMXM) arrearages, lesidcs the continuance of 30 a innoth (hali pay) during her natural liie. There is an unguard-'d levitv in the cap) ion to the above paragraph, which we would fain hope I the writer of it did not foe?. j Every one will doi.ibtli.-ss rejoice that the wid-! ow of a gallant o.Ti'-cr ha, although tardily, rt- j ceivedthat uieed of j '.mice from her government, j which would have been more acceptable and more j opportune, had it !ccn bestowed at an earlier day Ask this widow (or any other who has hod the misfortune to lose her protector) whether she would not "bully surrender her pension and throw aside her weeds, if she could redeem its prey from the grave? Can riches compensate lor the losjf the companion, the guide, the friend of early youth and mattircr agej or supply the place at the lircf i 1c of him who was first its ornament and j y ? They little kn jw tho heart of woman; 'ho supposes that wealth is coveted, if tmrchaseu at the sacrilice of her young atl'ection s first cluicc. When the manly form she otico gazed ujon with lid delight is consigned to the dark tomb, can gold dry up her tears or minister consolation in her ailliction? A widow, left with a family of young children, to be re ired and educated a mid the vices and temptation-? .f the world, has an arduous task at best. The lather's watchful eye, his fostering care and prudent council, are more needed as these children increase in years ; nnd where is the mother who would undertake their sole management, if it wcrc left to her own choice ? Let us hear ni more the taunting question, "who noiiDM a widow 7 7 Wateiuieloxs. 'For the benefit of tliosc who prize this grateful luxury on a sultry evening in summer, wc condense an article from the Far mer's Register containing directions f r raising melons to great perfection. A gentleman living at 43 degrees of north latitude, by this plan, frc rpicntly raises melons to weigh from SO to 10 pounds. What line large melons might be grown south if the same pains were taken. About 10 feet. apart, each way, dig holes 2 ft. in diameter and 20 inches deep, filled 1 foot with rich rubbish and tin rot ted manure beat down hard and watered; then tilled to the top with rich soil. On this, spread an inch of line compost, stick the seeds (20 or 30 in a hill) a little below the compost, and cover the hill with an inch of clear sand. By the time the plants have six leaves thin them to 3 or 4 in a hill, t ikcofl the centre shoots with a sharp penknile, and when the lateral shoots arc G inches long, take oft' all but three. Keen the ground spaded updeep before the vines, and once in every 3 or d feet put a shovel full of sod on the leaf j jint ol the vine, pressing it down. Let no melon set within dor 5 foot from the root. lt nil pruniug tx done in the middle of the day when tho sun shiucs. Pull oft all tho deformed and unthrifty looking melons that set. - m The sand on the hill is to prevent the destruc tion of the bugs. In a dry season dig down around the hill and pour in water, filling up the trench when the water is absorbed. Splendid Hotel The Exchange Hotel, which is now nearly completed at Now Orleans, is said to be the largest hotel in the world. It is 28tS feet in front, llii feet throughout six stories high, sunn nintod by a dome au 1 tower, the top being 1 13 feet from the ground. It contains 3-1 rooms. The llining Hall is 1U0 feet lung, by f0,22foct high, with parullcl columns in llio Corinthian or der on either side. Th-; ladies' dining room,ovr llio bathing house, is 0 feet by 315. A superb Marble btatttlc ot Wuskusgtun has latclv arrived from Italy which will be placed in tho centre of tho colcnide, at the entrance of the grand saloon. It is estimated that the Hotel will ccst .$50,000, and the furniture !20,KH. Tho phllantTimpic sidtcaia of Africnn Co'o.iizn lion con tinues t( ba viewed with warm f.ivor i:j tho s.-niih. At a public moclin rucL-ntly ludd at ths sia? of government of iNo-Ui t a.-ol.r.a, td3 following resolution was adot 'd unan imously : Uesolvoil, Th.it, in tiir- jii''uiiit of thii mcMinc, the A morican toloiiiza'.ioti l-rv.y is worthy of tha firm mid l:i cral support of the cit'z!is of t iis Statu, ami of thn I'.iitsd State, iiViHincch as t!n plan it has adopted i e.itirely un-exccptin.talilr-, friendly to the pnco a:id Constitution of ths I'nio.i, and frauhiwiih lh::l ir- t and riirhast bladings to t!:o:ie whutu it may oln.iizt , and tho people of Africa. New (Iflcaiw Ihn of th'? TPth int. ivfs a very improbable rumor, thai prevailed at rcla-rf-o, thnt San la Anna wai restored to pmtr, ami bad scut several Mcit icam with a flag of tru??, to tho Tcxiaii Head tuart?r3. louti.ful. Tlio Tuxan t'o.isrCM n.mldod i.i Him.ton ou tho 31 of May. Th-; HiHi. Jr.?sj (i.iiucn was elected p-r1id3.1t of tho Se:ata Iho i I0.1. Ifrauch T Archer, S;xaker of the IIou io, and tho Key. lr. Hall, Chaplain. An'Kt Kevcnui: irrrimit Drjnr.tily. Two loy fought out a ipiarrrl the othrr dny, aiid tho bitter proved the 'best man.' 4larn ye,' :iya So. 'J, whrn he found lie was ucd up, 'uam jc, il l can'l lick yo I'll make mouths at your sister I' IUDicors. Iirk JohnOii, in aitiiiiiiitTim; the oath of oflico to tho now Senators read il thus: -You solemnly swear thai I will suiMHirt the t'omtiltition of the I'nilrd Statori." When it camo tu tha tier ready flay, he with drew his ban. I from tho bo-jk a:id observed that ho could not safdy take thai oath. fJat:.T hail HTnrr.i ilm. Seven thound pounib nfulripnd bass, Wt rc can;ht at Sbrewslmry, N. J.onSatur l.y lat, at oi? haul. Altar supplying the iKiblfirborMl, five wafHt load.i ivo.j acnt to rhiiadciphia, which sold for six hu.idrcd dollars Tlie ftdowiug letters, (if pronounced in presence of a pi inter,) is said to cure the fi7-ious complaint : "i o vr I)aiv. CumidN.'It . iy.t that the wonl ,'laisy,,,, is alli"Uf an I times pronounced without adverting to the beauty uf its et mdogy the eye of dtiy. Vu& fiovi it.v.ii I) A V I I V A 1. 1. A C !!. l oa Ln.tTtyA.vT;vfca.v ( OL. 1AVII 1IILL1S. l'na KrrK Isl .x r tivk II t'uli. .. JAMI I!.VU!1I:N, JONATHAN MVAKTV. I-'o l.'rri'io'TTivr tl Tin: Sttk i.riin Ti'r. Ariiu.i.i iid.iAMs, j.-r:i'ii lumitow, .w. r.us. na'i iivn smi i n, KM tl J. MI'ICT! VCP, f AI.KII I.KWIS. tjixMua: 1101..MAN, thomastynkk, I'oa Clerk ir tiu? ' t. JOHN FIN LEV, I SAM I'LL HANNAH. For KtcoRDrR. JWIKM WOOPS. A. F. SIKiRTKlHfJF JrF.rH V.tiKF-iu:, THOMAS JOIJUAN, FKI'DEIJIC niMN, AM S. ISOND. AllNKR HAINS. J A M F. I LI KF. Willi M ;kiffin, iiaklan rohhins, SAM I'LL tEU.Nt;, JLII1LL LAMPSON. A'.-ci.rE Ji'wif. J MIVl M I! WTLK, WILLI M RCSSKY, J-n PAN ILL KLIP. JKSM: WILLIAMS. i;i;ali: i;i 11.LU. rwwriJiiWifc-ti. V. WHITMAN. For CocvTf Coji'iiiuxtR PAN ILL 1. Wlt.til.N . Fk CvfcvMJi. SAMI'L'L W f OIJ-HA The assertion of the partisans of llio adminis tration that there is no real pressure, but a mere gratuitous panic, reminds us of the story of the unfortunate man, who, while tbe flood was prepar ing to overwhelm creation, asked of Noah, a as sagc in the ark. On being refused, he pettish ly said, KJoon with your old ark; I don't liclicve it will be much of a storm after all? Prince ton Whig. It was remarked the other day in extenua tion of the conduct of a certain class of nul itical editors, that they had to lie like scommfrets. to en able them to libe gentlemen Prince tm Whig. The ExfEBttfEXT. The Collector of the Cus toms at New Orleans has removed tbe bonds fnJ:n the Deposit Banks to his own keeping. A letter from Nashville, under ditto . of the 20th uJt. states tint the United States Hank paper was selling freely at that placr, at fjlcem per cent, above par. ffHF suhw-riber has now nn hand at his STORE on I Mais Street, (MUasnc'S terntt,) and offers fur sale, w ho!eale and retail, an extensive asKirtuient of j LEATUER, Consi uin- cf Sole and ITpper Leaiher, Kip and Calf Skias, Harness, ISridle and Seating, Whin. Red and Yellow Linings and Bindings, Hatters' Lining", Shoe Thread, Naili and Pe.s Shoemakers' LasU and Findiiiji; with a general assortment of Which the public are invited to call and camirti for thomsolvcs 1 Aim. Sraixo Focsdrv C'jiaTixca of all dc- scriptioas on band, or forwarded to order. ' tU.lR .X If !'. I'.A .-. RitliMoxp, Cth mo. ltth, 1837. 16-3m Flcrcy-Dale XVooIlrn Factory. rPHE subscriber tenders his thanks 10 the public for past lavor, ano iniorms inoiu ;nm v .tniu.ivi at. w will be strictly attended to in their proper seasons. He has on hand a jood assortment of Cloths and Flannel", which be would exchange for Wool or sell for Cs.su. frjr-IIa al rcjussts those indebted to him to come fr ward and settle their account', as bo is desirous of bringing his business to a closo. JOHN PI 1 ELI'S. Juno It, 1037. 23 3t Additional Town Lots. f 11 IE subscriber has laid out T WEN T If -SI X additional 1 town lots to the town of Richmond, on the beautiful ta bla land east of Spring Foundry, between Washington and Fort Wayne avenues. A pla: of tho whole may be seen by cadin" on the subscriber who now offers them at private s ila. ISAAC E. JONES. Sixth mo. 9th, 1837. 23tf Oficc of the Cumberland Road, ) Indianapolis, June 7, lfSt7. PROPOSELS will be received at this office from tuo 15th to tlie lath instant for tho tlclivery of the necessary quantity of stone for M'Adamizing four miles of the road ad jacient to Indianapolis. The only stone suitable for the pu: ose known in the vicinity is the lime stone and pebbles ex ceeding half inch in diameter, and granite bowlders, usually called nif5er heads." Tlie propsal3 must stato the price per perch for each of these kind of Eton's. Sepcrate proposals will also be received for repairing the grada and breaking add putting the metal A the road. The plans and specifications can be seen at this office from tho 15ih inst. to the day of letting. C. A. OO DEN, Capu Corps Eneinceis. MEDICAL NOTICE. DM. T. SCOTT, takes ihi? method to inform tho citi zens of Richmond and tbe people of the vicinity that he is prepared io attend all call-s 111 the practice ol JMIlfi CINE and SCKOEKY. From a practice of eight years in the diseases of the west, hi feels much eouliilenre 111 offernis iftmwfti rSiU,hto the disease's' of the EYE. Dwelling and office on Main street,one door east of Messrs. Blanchard's store. Richmond, Juui Mth, 1837. 23 ly Qffiee of the Trading and JilannaetnriHg fJomjiant Ilirhmond, Sixtkmo. 10th, 1837.$ To tbe Public. AT ail election of the Stockholders in "Tiie Richmond Trsiung ami Mancpacturisiu CosirAJiv," held on the hl.h of May, 1837, J. 1. Mcndcnhall, I.ivinus Kin?, Iaac E. Joiies, A. Thorn Irorry, Jonathan Townsond, T. Ncivuian and Benjamin Fulghum were elected directors for one year. Ala meeting of the Directors elect, held the next dny, James . Mendenliall was elected I'rasblnoi, Warner ALlaecds, Secretary, and Elijah Coffin, Treasurer; and by resolutioit of the ISoard, J. R. Meadenhall and W. M. Icr?ds were nppointcd Superint?!idont3 of all iho business cid pi pcriyd' iho Company. They will pay the market j ricej in t 'ASH for clean linen and cotton rais delivered al the paper mill. CASH will also be paid for Woo and Flaxseed, tbose who havo wool for sale tvill please call on Li v in us King (a I the woollen factory) vho is authorised to purchase for llio Coinnaiiy. W. M. LEEDS, Secretary. N. D. Tl.r Ian half of t'ae fi.nt iintalnioat will be required on the 15-Ji inst. W. M. Ij. Richmond, Sixth mo. 10th, 1837. 23if 'I'AKEX I P, hy Josnpn If. rtrawriruige living m tvayno township, Wayno county, Iiid., an estray FILLY 8n( posed to be two j B.irs old, of a chestnut sorrel colou.", small blazo in her fice, If ft hind foot white, and had on whtn ta ken up a small bell; apprai-ed t'J tvycn'.y dollars by Nero Rristow and Jonathan Wright. I do hereby certify, the a bove lo bo a Irus coriy from my book of estravs. BE.NJ. STRAWBRiDttF, J. P. Ju-.io 5th, 1337. 23-3ip ATTENTION. HAVING heard thnt il should be said that I have ciroti lat?d a report, that the firm of Jniin I'ancroit &, Sonm, of Providence, Delaware county, Pennsylvania, had failed in their business: This is to certify that 1 ncvercir culatad any such report, and further that I believe all such reports now in circulation are utterly false and have no foun dation in mill. JAMES BAILEY. Richmond, Juic 7th, 1837. The above I received from James Bailey, wbo I h,id heard was the person who first put the roiiorts alluded to in circulation. And for the furthrr satisfirtion of tho public, I will stale, that all such reports are nothing short of base ral umny,;wrf in, and krjtt in circulation with in other de.ign, in my own estimation but to injure me. The firm of my Father and Brother, is at the prcs -nt lime in a more health ful iiiti: than it evrr wa', at n:iy previous peri'-', so fur as I am at present nrouaiuted. And I may further stat", that if any embarrassment should at any time occur to iho above firm, it cannot tn the slight-st tlcgreo affc-t me, for w 3 arc not in asiy way councctcd, further than by consanguinity. I he public's injure I f.iciid, W. BA M UIU I . Sixth mo. 10th, 1837. 3-if Mtrayrd or stolen, FROM the lot of the sn!"riler in Kicbmond,on i'ic iiijh: of the Hih inst., a small, bro, bay .M A RE, I 1 or 15 hands hizh, four years old, a star in Her forrhevl, hind f-:-t svhite, ho interb red in travelling, n.vl hrt3 a sm.ill wbit?; ki under the mane ; no oilier marks recollect-:-!. If any prru will return said mare to Ihe uls -fiber i,i 'irunn:i,f, of give any information which will lead t Ihe rwovry of h'-r 'n! Ixs lilwrally rowar.led. EDWARD FR ANCIS. June 10th, 1S37. a3-.lt N.O T ICE. Tlifi su!criler wishis ti i.i form the pcojils o tbe eail part f ih State of Indiana, fiat ho has iefi the patterns hi impiotd patent plough, i.i i!te caro of E. lirovcr V Broihers in Richmond, )i .-e rca ly in cat from I'lfin on tho rw-eipt of 5l crus nxtia ou twit jmtterri, t Im yen led or used in any other than Wayne, Randolph and Hamilton mtMii'S. The alovo are of wrought s!ies, an-1 rmarkiMe for the ' " and cbapn- in ma k i.i- a id lirep inj up i!it hsm. Numerous certiftr.st miht I" a Ids.), but it i deemed unncecsary. Pl'Mightiiakcr XI? rtijutst9! tn call and examine for thcniselres. .NATHAN BAKER. June 10th, 1837. 3-3t Cooking Hiotrn V Vantupn. CALEB K. WILLIAMS. I f A.io.. hM l S.I DDLKS, l.iOA.W, i. l i'.i fof ill kinds. Tbe puWic a.e tcjc.if-jjy uvitsd to all and tumi ic for IV in-It c . Kkiup, Mjt th, 13f7. 2! f THE suhwrriher has made arrancements with I. E. Jo ks, JkCo., which will eaahie him 10 ke-p coiKtauily 0,1 bvid a variety of CfTlM., consistin? of Co., Ling Slims, Cramki, finds Spur nnd IU ml Ifrnrin. flng Irons, indirans. rf'fHh Jfnlei,l'tisHt Bote, wnjifayrut;, A.C. Ac. ; all of nhe-h will be od at the Foundiy pt tees ni warranted. Alt ordprs left with him will he promptly ai'.endd 10. Cth mo. 1Kb, 137. (53 tf) E. EVENS. PROPOSALS roa rcRUsnixG 1 Wi clxy or colvmbcs, a sewsraret, to RK eirrrrur o tub OHIO POLITICAL REGISTEIL DURING the few years lat pal, a mighty reroJulioa in political opiuio.in, has l;n prorci-ii5 among the free a.d i.iutlis'nt citiie.ts of (.(hio. llunJreJs an I iSowv.k1j of t'loso nwst ac.ire i.t cl; .atii ihe men who bars evstnally tnanif'Sle l to what base os jtower may be nroititutnd, have arrested i.i tiv-ir courts by earnest appeals ti their re a- i son, have been LiJucd lo jwo Irr 0.1 the fearful results ihay were producing, a d bava fiaaily anaomtced their allegiance to tlie slran-- god of jacobiiiism, aljtrl the idolat.'oas faith of dema-ocs, and ranyd t:e.ntii.es with m badof stern pitriois wbo contiaue uia.ifully f battle ii.ist the corruption of the times. Although preal and most salnt-.y have tic?: ils effe?!-", this revuluti-vi w art y?t ta lid. How will it eivl, until, the caus is remoywt. 1 hat cause is tr ! fini.td i.i the profliitf, unpre-cdodtid, and iron rulo inlitu tmf by the lalo Adtninistnttion, al now beia carriftd out by the p.-cent E-scuii ve. 1 H" the loo- sorics of Imi w-s n hi -h luay innlv be char-d t Aairiw Ja.-kso, and which have ttai-l mtK-h t unn.15 fis niasfr-wor 01 our con- luiio.-- , al fatsiers, we nesd no; here particularly sjMsk. rJio N(h for our purposa lo kn-nr, that thosa abuses have terreil to ou:- j rn! the lcili.s ol the propl?, anl to awatod a spini n ( enquiry and opposition, which must iivreass l v;iiKe t.ll the high places a.:e ptirgd ai'! cLaaisod of their abouii nahle fiwditsssjs. We have said that the rs-olutka is wH erldcd. ac. hnc claims ti li?nitv anl stiiion iS.is far lee.i i :r,Band. chose jwlitical inttriiy l"i;i- ' WMCil-erl by the CoitncU ev-Sptr,) who shall haw .-.uesiioaaWewaysthedestiaiesofihisre-ldedsia m.i.uhsi,l this Bocou-h or t a freehnMrr, ahall unable f. . trover, otisin ara lairly cju tmblic. .v1 U idedr-d to a li.ia ! omicy at war with the , cencral and i;idiiidual i.u?rct' of lh3 people, the purity of j our invaluable institution, and thn true spirit of reputdicaa , liberty. To retiaiii Uia uarhaslsned ambition of .Martin .o . - .... --.. j- an Burcn, to build up an impassable wall ta confine him "" thereof, or bavin; attended shall ycm I his tiirw in within his le-itimnte f phero of action, am! to resort to every j idleness or d.scy the I ommissioaer, shall forfeit seyenty honorable mans to prevent his re-slectio. are duties, pres. v fV fc 1 eC''V. 'ay I V ZfTTwK jOJZ enu alolute, and iaciimlnt uiion e very lover of his comi- . of debt, by the r.niuiiii'aio.i-r bef ow the first Burgees or .7 . . . - . . . 1 . i dny J,t4tw ef ihe IVimui nf th. lhirO'teh. iry. .Much nas aireauy oeen enectm towaros uc: tiro by the revolution of which we have spoken. Ofthis,t-i: triumphs of October ami November are in evidenes. Wo' have but to preserve in a vigilant, form, and faithful devo tion V genuine !emoc.ratic Whig principles, in order to re- j establish and maintain the supremacy of the Constitution j and the laws, in that part of united commonwealth com- : priced within ths broad bounds of lhi great Weste;n Slate. , How has this resolution lwen cfTeotol! When we re-j nounre all claim of credit for our own exertions we believe we should not subject ourselves to a charge of editorial vani- ; tv, should we affirm, that much, very much, of the Whig de- j mocracy, is attributed to tao extraordinary and uutirin" cf- : forts of thoso connect d with the newspaper press. The un- ' ceasing rVuxl of light jiourod on th-s mi.i.liof an cmpiiiiii" i people, from this intillcctjal cntr, startled the Sampsin j from bis slumberirts, aud woAdd tha discomfiture of trie 1 "party" Philistine?. j llo-.v shall the ball of reform be kept iniintion? The ne- ; casdity of the rass will do much; a.t 1 tha continued exer- j tions of a well coaJueteil press (which.wa refer to as "tha i rrand co.icjrilralo.-and reflector of public opinion) may: b? relieil on as an efficient aid. It is this last view of the. subject that ha? in ln-sd us to present this Prospectus to tha peo,il3of Ohio. There appears to ba a demand for light ; j an ia.a?sl desire for political infunnalio.l; a wau.hf.il anxi ety as fj tlie conduct "f tlioso in power. This remark ap-j plies in a pood derje to tho whole union. The disastrous : effects of the miserable schemr? j which tha new school politi- cian s al th - head of affairs ara endsavorina to force into our ; economy, have aroused all the pcoplo to reflection. But the remark applies mora forcibly t itlo condition of things in I t hio. With the success of the dominant party in the coun try at largi, was associat their superiority in this particu- lar State. How llmse of the Van Burcn party, who appro- priated lo the nsclves tlie offices and honors of the Stita, . Undlph county, Indiana: an I hlieen froea Porllaad, the have stool on their propriety, we will not pause to recite. ss;lX f Ju,tice j,, Jny rouaty, Indiana. We deem it sufficient to remark that it has been flagrant j I nm not apprised of any r AKM9aBT ajvantspes abuse ofpotrer that has thus Ions held tliein tose jrer as a , this site pdjsse, oyer other. I lay it ofT and offer the Stato party. But the term of their existence is datad. Fear- ' iot n saCi chiefly at trie suggestion, ami Ibr the acrommo ful intimations of grrMs fraud and official dalinqusncy, have ; jaliorl of the neighbors. Tbe following account made oat reached the pcoplo of Ohio, and they araeallinj loudly and : fmm what kBfW niyself, and from infonnalion I have ob serioudy for investigation. They n-k for the truth, and the , tn;nfnf fp, them, mriy be relied on: truth must ba tolJ. Tbo )arty cannot longer evada the i ;3 a blux, entirely out of the reach of inmdatiott searchiii-; inquiries of a jaalous people. Thoso wbo have I tcnn liih water, and nearly lavel; it is surrounded by largo maladinimslercd tlie ausirs 01 tne oiate, ieei mat iw pyo. of en nffundnd eominanity areuiion them, and are ""-J we re- troubled in the presence of their julcos. The truth. inn t. ttittt be told. A:d to an impartial investigation of our domestic condition, and a fearless exiiosure to tho ab- surd schemiiiicaanl muir pr' '-"polilirinn par- hs the aacemianey in me nation, we piengo an our time, all our ae&l, wnd our energy, and tha medocinni of po litical experience acquired during eome years devotion to editorial lifs. JOHN M. GALLAGHER. T"tte Politicjii. Reuistch will be published on a shcrt of larger dimensions than any newspaper in the Slafi, and will be executed in tho best style of workmanship. It will ba publishad twice a week luri:is the sittings of tha- Ganeral Assembly, and weekly the remainder of tha year. It will be furnishod 10 subficrilicrs at FOUK DOLLARS a year, which may !s discharged by iHe paymont of 'I'lieEK IK 11 IiARSatthn time of subscribiirg. The first number will ba issued on the 20lh tiny of Juno. Tim Poutical RK;isTKlt, will contain the ordi.iary va riety ol I'olitiral, Literary nnd Mi ierllajtaous matiar; a rej; ul;ir report of iho proceeding of l'o ic.1tr.1l Assembly, with the spirit of th:i Irft-islatrve dabatjs. JOHN D. NU 'HOLS will act 3 ganeral acnl. His roceipt will bo good for all mo.nyi paid 0.1 suhscr ip.io.i. Cominu.iicalioiis eonncctsd with sub jcripli must be di rccta.l (jmst jMii-t) to bim. An crrfutnge i i tendered to the editors in Ohio, p;e.i-rrtlly. Thosa who publish liiis Prospectus, will receive our warm est thanks. Exchanges ill please forward iimue liatfly. Our political friends will favor us by a fva.cin thj ob ject of tlii.s circular. .Names of subscribers to be retiirnsd ly ihe tji)t!i of Jtnis at lata-:t. Columbus, Mat XiOth, 1837. STRATTAN & WEEK, A RE just receiving, frm PHILADELPHIA, a lnrr;e and sujierior assortment of Plain A-. Fa set DRV Jl X IDS, which they will s: 11 cheap for CASH, or exrhanRS for c'oun try proilu:e. 'llisy rssprctl'ully invito the friends and the public Generally to cull and examine thoir tock, as they can suit their crustomrrs with almost every tiling (jind that of UirlKil) they mny wis.i to purchase. Kichmonh, April 2, lb37. 17tf SI lOi:M AKKIl'S findlngs OF every doscription, Aril 2Ind, 1337. for sale by CO ALE &. HAMILTON. JAMES C. FEBGUSOxV, II AS just received from Philadel phia, a lare assortment of Jew elry, cold and silver watches, a splen did aliibasler time piece, almost eve ry patt- rn of Breast pin, fi.icer rin?1, SJaear drop', Culleiv, priK-il", comb', romplMe sets ofllntlania war", mu sical instruments 1'iH'k' t imrdis, n.vl nearly every thini called for in lib line. I "In public arr; r--pe.-tfully invithd to.:alI and exam-in-. Clix ki and waMies repaired as usual. Richmond, May iiTth, I 3 7. TO PHYSICIANS. rjIiE "iuiLicniirr is prepared lo supply ihe ficult., .is 11, M siial, iviih nil aii'.-Iis of Mliih inik, Ixi-.TrvMI.XTH Gla.f Ve. 0-1 belter term than th-y havo btfro b-.n supplied in the west, and notliiii; twit pmiiinn articles hnl! Ie put up. The folio nig will give a.i idia of the gcmral pricoi : V"iiu TartT, 23 eti Kheiiii'i'y. 70 rt). p:r H. Suljib. H liniiie, J J per m. " I pecACiia.iha, 1 per 1. Jala,-., fi. Su!. t 'arb. S la, 23 rti Tail. Acid, Oil ct. l Suljihur Kub. 11 ct. per lb. Con. Ciiwhon., Ii " 44 opii Tu.k, $:,m Kc-l 1 itcii Jl,33 pof Kond. May 13, 1837. lUly IRVIN REED. VX nviinrittof n-w DRY for Spri:ia:vl Suinm.r, now open in,; and fr sils at very low p.icei by E. T. 'I t K.MIR. Kh iimoii', My 1.1, 137. m endow Farm For Kale. IIE sul'seftbef wir.hin to enlace i.i other rariineei, pro iwii v llin; tho fnfh 0.1 which be resides, containing m acres silunte I lhre mil rati tf Kichmi.Kt, and one mil? mouth of tho nation:; I road, 1 3? acre cleared J it is ad mitted Ml tba bci erazi.u; farm In ib' section of country, tiwre has t 11 cut on it, annually. fra0 to 80 Mmsofhay. Il It watered with a never failinc sirearn running lbroi;h lha centre ofit, lo-bter witli trdwuries intersectinK through dif ferent parti of ihe farm. The buildings are handsomelyit uatd, co,isistiia of a crtnfortahle dwelling bouse, a bwn I05 barn, a lar-e frame hsy bouse and stahlira;; a "priuij of enrellrnt water the honset larRe apple and peach otcb ard of superior fruit. Any person wishing to purchase is tit viied to call and ee for himself. Msy th 1S37. LEWIS MORRIS. C. WDTi M. I), m ctUiowet m MnficiBey Mtrvrry, oc Jk TILL p.omptly attend lo any bsrsinos entrusted tn W him 11 tin liif! of hi poteion. Ho will, ! , when i'H ovhcrwi-Kj ,i-d, pc.form all the uxnl opera :kis i. Di siTurar iu the latent and ukk.1 iaiptoved fadi Otiahtc Myle. (fyOrris t on lint ou!i mo of Ma. a Jtiett, RM.hjaoitd, cir!y opoojie D. I 1 loiu'i Hotel. My i7th, IHJ7. ai-J AX ORD1NAN C to iitraovc in mccr. e-tiott 1st. Be it ordaiaeJ by tba Bmiejs awi Borough Council of the Borotah of Uirbfrioad, That the ran of four tbo.i-iad dollars be, and tbe tame is, ketewy approproKt:l to improve Main St.-esi, betweca th West rod of Lt No. I a.xi the Eat side of lot Nov 161 on thj South sil of said street, by giading an-1 paving all that part lyiii txtweca the GovcrAueat trork 41 tha cora Si-hies. Soc. 2d. The Firt Burges. is hereby s r.bortr-1 Ii baa row any sum or f m of mmf y, sign a note or ot-s of ha4 for tho ratine, which may be nces-miy to ratry this ' nance iito euVcl; and, for tha psy.nanl of kirh a a. I lb ialenbt thereon, thj faith of the Unow-Ii is hereby iirevo caby plhrs-l. Sac. 3d. 113 is tn ke-p a book iawhkh be aball charge himself wit'j alt mon-y roc-ived; credit himself wit what Re pays out; keep a Isic ami accu.ata accou.U ih tt couiiiiisioae.-, and niake a full it port to Uw Coustc!! at t'"if statetl m-etings in each wvuli. Paw.!ai J ayifnnvcd Jn.i; Uh. 1S37. J. R. MF.MKNHALU i-H Hw'- Fa v-xcis Ki?i, lUutmgK CJetl: 3') 4 X ORD1N ACE entitle! an ordinance anKiadatury .M.aa orliia.ir0 appointing a street commisioo-r in too lioivu-h of Richmond, "appwed A?ni 5th 1834. Sec. 1st. lie it oHaine-l by the Hursesses aaJ Con.vril of the BiKoah "of ltichinond, "That all tha male inhabitants between ttia ar of tiveaty-one nasi fclty yeara 01 air-, 1 perron eavmpiaa oy im iaw w rmm-t , , 1 1 r .1 .-. worn on 1. sir5c 01 m uopsuh - Se -. t!. Each person made liable to work by thiaoadi- ia.ycr, who shall fail to attend iri perHl; ar by satisfactm y , .' . . . : . . 3 3. Be it further ordained that so much of ihe above rritD,! ordiRtncc 01' S3 as comes within llio meaninj aad purview of ibis ordinance, ha an t is hereby repealed. Pa-s;J a.ld approved Jwoe fiib 1837. J. R. MEN PENIIALL, FrH Burgesi. jcw Ktablibmrnt. rjTHE subscriber rosecif.illy informs the inhabitant' of Richmond and iu icinity, that he has recently srlect e.l, with RteilcaiT, at the east -rn cities a general stnrk sf iuarchan.ti.se, coin;irisn3 D!IY iO.nS, RtRT.RIES, etc., which ba now ott";rs lo tha public 0,1 the most accom modating t-rins. As it is his intantioii to f rm a penrianent localioa in this pl.ic-, it will bo a rrcn dciilcrrtfutn to install himself in tie confid.Mice of his cumiers, for which, all his eworts will lie bi-rTUht into requisition; and, with a nlianee on the part of his customers fr rcoMrr rT, be Imps. to prosper. N. II. Pkuimjcc of all kin ls taken in ewhanjre for OOtJD. . JOHN WILLIAMSON, A", f.". Ctrnrr nfjfttitt and Float strettt. Richmond, 5sh m:. S.t!H lfc!37. 2ltf TOWN OK WANE-MORA. I PROPOSE lyiii chit a town, to be called DANF MORA, on the south side of tho. Missiasinnewa river, i I larks county, Ohiu, on Sectio,i 47, in Township II, of Ran? 1, east: and to off.-r the lots al publie sate one the FOl'RTII OF NEXT JULY This sits is about twenty miles from the Miami Canal; ,hirlir-rive miles from I'ioua: fourteen from tireeHviltlex ten fro,-' Fort Kecoverv: eixhteen from the scat of JwMicw M . b of wet, timbered, rich land, capalde ol eustasmmr. I dea-ie population. rue neignijoriranai isconsioerea ' ,),., -hn hive lived in it several years. It is supposed 1 .t.u.VVvrl for seveVal n-iles arouul: (Lid that the II I tv lie me only pmo 5r n iown, .nc.& . . j B;lul,wa hero furnishei a rood mill-seat. ArraBgomenU 1 havB k.c., f(M. mminittI tmin mattar bt skillful rnill-wrighU Siiould this deciiion be favorable, a Mull will be built as soon as possible. For the business of merrhandi'in-, and the ordinary me chanical pursuits of the countiy, Dane-mora, I should think, will ba a good situation. The site will be showii to those desirous of serin; it,' by any of the neighbors, especially by Mr. Van Kirk, Mr. Wert, cr Mr. John Kiploge.1. Terms of sale will he liberal. Ju.ie 3, 1837. (il ts.) JAMES G. B1RNEY. Property Fr Sale. AlfOt'SE anil lot 0.1 the north side of b.'m street, Richmond, near the bridpe on the uationa! toad, be ins; lot No. 1, ai laid out by Robert Morrison. Also, lot No. 11, i.i We-.t Richino.ul as laid out by Oliver Kiirsry. For partricularj inquira of the sutJvrilit-r at WmJBancroft'a Factory. JAMES HOLDEN. May 30th,!8J7. al-3 NEW GOODS. W. It & S. L. FOLXKE. HAV L jast received a new and splandid assortment f British and Fri:i-h staple and faiiry DRV GOODS t s;ei!irr with n if inral asilmcnt of SIHIKS, HARD WARE, GRtM'ERIES, Ac. .Vc., which they are deter mine I to sjI! lo-.v for cam, or i.i cx ha.ia for country pro duce. .May 23, 1S37. few Pot Ofiicr. 4 T SAM I'LL TEST'S Factory, on Whitewater, one .milc IjcIow Richmond; whore any number of ready turned biad-;r of the hey timber and latest fashions, Imi'.Ii plain and la.cy, t' -ether with ail other articles in tbe O.ViT-OlTlCE (rtaviw line will be f irnished to or der on tho cheapest and bejt ti.-ms, for cash or approved paper. Tha subscriber will pay lb 1 highest price in cash, l' P! Cmsaar S!AyTt.i., cul four inches equara and tv. c lvo fvcl or moro tonir. As there is a prospect 'f lots of fiuitthis season, ho will e rect CIDER .MILLS tli.l Scbkw Pacfwcx, ofaa cxcelleat quality, for tVcie uho may pive bi n acall in that line. May J7, 1837. 2itf WM. YATES. LAW IV OTiljiiT J. S. SULLIVAN wri Id renpocifully inform the rublic that ha ?ias just aswiciated himself with Jamm Pt.aar, of I'nion Cou.-iiy, as Prae'itionnr &. Counsellor at Liw, and opcii d an ofii-e in the Borough of Richmond, on the oorth iiide of Main street, between Pearl and Front where be so licits and bop' s to receive a share of business which shl receivo their prompt an I joint atiunliuti. ill 3ta. Rii imoMi, May 25lh, 1737. CALL A.UbrrrTt,E; ALL persons knowin- ihemstlvcs lobe indtbled tt tbe subsrr ilier, eithr by note or Bo-k necofmt, would confer particular lavor by calling iinmediat' ly a.fl settle the same. 1 have derliu-jd li-niuens and am i icoedincly ansroos t havo my booki settle! as soon as poss ble. I thcfff e hope that tibiae iiiltrsitid will not n-;!ct tbn notice. Tho! wh cannot pay now, would do well to call aivl balacre tbeir lrork accounts by nolo. Tho books will be kept at Ihs old stand, up stairs. JEREMY MANStR. RicrtMO.-sp, My 3l, 137. LINK f"OR nLK. Tbe subsrribcr fed., ftraw-ful for pa,t favots, ttkes this inethixt of inl-n-mine bis friends nnd the pHlic in rral that ba has furnished him1lf witfi two kilm for rnsraine of itme;by which miaiH he eTris In I -rep a supply constantly ou hands, lii- b he off r for f.ala at the kiln at ten enM per Intshnl, un dselcrl sod delivered in Richniowd a I thirteen rcnl, rHl wresww, and free from core. RlLAl BONO. Ultimo Cth month, 3l, Id37. Town IotM fn CSiekmoiid for falcv IIE ..ilncrilier oflers al u rivaie sale, a few KILfSM ll'l'S. A part of litem ar? kilnaiad 04 Main, mmmt thecroMn (if Front .t.eei, and aiewef! tuate't f't Imetweet fttand,; ibey inebr-lo the office, of K--. I'ot and PuKI, ami some fiit adMairu tlie i.ipc'ty nf AtTHtJa Siihial, formerly ownsl by Hamuli, W'. Starr m; th balance of tho urre lie on the smith tide of Main street within reamamtfe distance, and are auiiable for retdewet- one ha mWC I dweltinc hones on It. For f irthoy parlieislirt and HmVU tale, mml u' undersifned. .... RaritsKMO, Cth mo. 3-1, 1J7. rcMfrr rovm fTWF. srbvriber remteirVsllr iritil oRich- wonrt. that his Feanfaa fnmiw i. mm im miun el S3f. Half's laeonu 1 happy 10 etpisi.1 its advootac ft all This machmc, f ihe inrcnuow of the whussi fJsCI Bm Health) rlus'i at! dirt and im0iliM MM ajwaii. sna kmsol loiwskt lively a new and entiirejp SaaOOeeng all e trosrsmatura-doiema.. -"- Ry UAY June 3rd, IH37. " III Tcxa;, il is Kl,lIicy uc fwitaty wfe and throw in calves foe smalt change.