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At 13 o'clock, nominations were made for U
tiited State Senator, and over one hundred wera named. Of these, those nominated in the Senate yesterday were a portion, and besides, Charles M'Clure, E. W. Keyser, Jos. It. Ingersoll, E. C. Reigert, John V. Ashmcad, Jacob Broom, Henry Chapman, John Smith, Jr , and tome fifty or sixty more were named. It seems al most pity that there is only one vacancy to fill. The Tariff question was the principal feature of the day, and a very animated discussion took place in regard to it ; both Democrats and Whigs assuming to be in favor of the act of 1942. The subject enme up on proceeding to the second rending of Mr. Bright' resolutions, which read as follows t "Whereas, Capitalists have been induced to make investments under the act of Congress on the subject of the tariff in full confidence nnd faith that said law would not be altered. There fore, "ResolvrJ, Ac, That our Senators in Con gress be instructed, mi J our Representatives re quested to oppose the passage? of any bill which may have for its object any reduction whatever n the present tariff as established by the provi sions of the act of Congress, passed on the 30th August, on thousand eight hundred of forty, two. "Resolve !, That ihe Governor of this com nonwealth be requested to forward a copy of these resolutions, with the yens and niys at tached, to ench of our Senators and Representa tives in Congress, with a request to lay the same icfore the respective bodies of which they are nembeis." These resolutions h.iving been read a second im", Mr. Riilv movi-d tit amend by adding- to he end there.it. after the WDrd "forty-two," hese words "which might prove injurious to he manufacturing and agricultural interests of his Common wraith, sternly to resist any re 'ticti in in the present duties on iron, coil and wool, slid to omit no ctlort to sustain all the f rent interests of the nation." Iost. The resolutions were unanimously adop od, without amendment, on the 14th inst. A Harmless Rookrack. We have seen t stated in sundry Whig pipers, that Mr Clay's nstngp account during the last year, amounted i some jjilO.OtHr. Now, upon applying to the roper source for information, rays the Wash igtoii Constitution ; we find that the whole a Mount of postage received at the Lexington at -office for the year was $0,JjO 15). o comment is necessary. Most IIokkiim.k. Thomas Wilson, a hand in a rolling mill at Pittsburg, met with a most dis tressing accident on Saturday week. As the red hot iron was passil, g throughthe rollers, it curl ed upand stiuck him in the right eye, and then wound around his arms and body, burning them in a horrible manner. Some moments elapsed Wore the hot iron could be removed, so com itetely had it wound itself around him. He is till living. The Governor of Ohio estimates that there ire tit),tHH),((K) acres of land in that State suit ble fur cultivati m, and ti nt about 9,(KK),(KKI cres, including mosd iws an I pasture land are ' i . ow actually cultivated. He also estimates, le real property of the Slate, with the improve icnts, to be worth St J(),NI0,0IK) and the perso al and eff-cts at $il-H).(HKt,(HH, making a to 1 aggregate ot !Si'i()0,HJl,KtU The coffer-dam which has been built around he hulk of Cipliiio Kidds vessel at the foot of he Dundenherg mountains, is nearly comple rfl, and it is expected the water will be pump d out shout the 1st of IVhrutry. A steam en jine will he employed for the purjuiseof tlirow Jigout H'i barrels per minute. We shall then know what the vessel contains if nothing more. From the structure of a trim recovered I'mm l-.ne ;t is certain thai she is very old. About 4' men 1 re now employed in the work. I In the back pm of the ctniy of Lunenburg, ' tt a place called Chelsea, a party ot Indians had inc.nnped for the purp se ot catching moose, ! finding the moos J-ip in coining, they thought . it best 1o sep irate, and drive thm into the f yard. While one of them was in search of the game, he eurtunier'd a party of bears, four in j nnmber. He succeeded in kilting three, but j the fourth was too strnt.fr and unfortunately kl- j fed the poor Indian. When found by his com- lanions who went in search of him, hisjnin was ' ompletely bent over, as is supposed by blows iven to the animal, sn! the poor fellow had rasped his knife in the hope of despatching : .im. lie was considerably mangled, I Sitehstitiom. Johannes Ronge, a Catholic : priest at Laurahutte, Germany, has published a letter censuring feverely R shop A mold i, the Catholic Biehop of Treves, for practising a gross imposition upon the people, by exhibiting for public show and adoration, a relic, said to be the root of C'krixt, and possessed of the pow er of healing the sick. HoRSEwnirrtNo ToevrRii.t .NUn'osr.. The following spicy advertisement appears in the "Savannah Sun" of January ,'J. " To Mr. Poller, Ihe Cotnard .-You well c nough know that I called upon you on Thurs day with my bill, which in amount was $1(10 2."), for services rendered in your theatre in this ci ty. 1 am willing to take half, or even quarter, nd give you a receipt in full. Your conduct to lady on that occaeiun, merited, by its gross nees, the chastisement you received at my hands in the absence of my husband, who is now at Macon. In consideration of tho horsewhipping I gave you, I hereby exonerate you from all indebtedness to me, or any demand I might have made upon your box-office. Jan. 3, Clara S. Risslll." Iilla Threat. The old story ahout dissolution of tho Union is revived, and by those who are instructed by the conflicting political factions of the country. This story has been told in all quarters, by all parties successively, and probably by all with equal aincerity. We have long since ceased to regard it as anything more than a scare-crow, raised by a faction to promote its purpose of the day t and as such wo always regard it with very little more than contempt, though we al ways entertain due indignation for any one who serious thinks of it tia desirable. Many years ago it was threatened by the old "Federal" par ty of Connecticut ; one of their leaders, a cele brated lawyer, named John Allen, beginning the movement by several essays in one of the news pipers of Hartford, and probably the Conn. Couranf, written with great plausibility, and designed to show the necessity ot separation to the safety and prosperity of New England ot least, if not of the Middle States. This was succeeded by a similar movement in Massa chusetts, before and during the war of 112; seperation being only recommended as neces sary to the safety of the commercial States. The war ending successfully, the old "Federal" party, the majority of whom never countenanced separation, having disbanded, and "the era of good feelings" having begun with the adminis tration ot Mr. Monroe, we heard and saw no more of this scare-crow till 1S19, and subse quently, when Pennsylvania and others of the Middle State began to time the doctrine of protection. Then South Carolina and Georgia began to talk of separation, and used it as a ste reotyped threat t il about two j ears ago. Then Mr. Adums presented a petition from Massa chusetts, praying for a "dissolution of the Uni on." This, of course, produced preat excite ment and great opposition ; and foremost in deprecating such catastrophe were the delega tion from South Carolina, who had before been foremost in the threat. This movement tested the sincerity of the threat, and shamed the Southern threnteners into silence on the thread bare subject, until about a year ago, when Mr. M'DiifTie uttered some nonsense about "three confederacies." Hut now the subject is revived by the Northern Abolitionists, who gravely offer elaborate arguments in support of separation. Thus do we find this scare-crow t rnnderroil from field to field, always for some temporaiy purpose, to be soon laid aside by one faction till wanted by another. We believe that if Nothern separation should be subject to the same test which the South ern could not endure, that it would fall quite as rapidly. No party in favor of separatum, nu merous enough to govern a single State, can e ver be raised in this country ; and every fac tion that attempts to raise such a standard, will soon drop it if treated with deserved contempt, liven in South Carolina, where the dissolving faction is less weak than in any other State, it never could command a majority of votes ; and in New York or Massachusetts, where another dissolving faction now talk of se pa rati m, an o- verwhelining majority would regard tho pro ject as preposterous. Therefore whenever this scare-crow is brought from faction's garret, and set up to frighten the majority into yielding some point, we laugh at the attempt to do some thing against which ail the interests and feel ings of the country will ever wage an intermi nable, uncompromising war. One of the newspaper, with its usual affec tation of polit cal wisdom, siys that the "IVmo cracy''of New F.nglaud and the Middle Stales are beginning to dissolve their partisan connec tion w ith the Southern .States, and in conse quence of the ns it ion and policy of Mr. Csl houn in relation to annexation ; and that if this cour-e should defeat annexation, it will save a i triumph to the Abolitionists of Ihe Noith, that will react upon the South, and erminate in the dissolution of the Union into Mr. M'Dufliie's "three confederacies." We do not yet believe, after the defeat of all former projV-cis Kir dissol ving this Union, that it is quite e-irch a rope of sand as any faction may suppose, whether Abi litionists of tfie North, or Slaveocracy" of the South. The majority of the free Slat, s will n t leave the Union because Texas is annexed, and the majority ot (he Slave States w ill not h ave it because Mr. Calhoun's projects for the exten sion and perpetuation of slavery are defeated. This Union will survive annexation, and Mr Calhoun. Mr. M'Ouffie, the Abolitionists, or sla very. This mighty confederacy, these United States of America, free republican, prosperous and happy, extending from Labrador to the Gulf of Mexico, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, in cluding Texas, Oregon, Nova Scotia and Cana da, will exist for ages after every vestige of do mestic slavery shall have disappeared from Ihe earth. We have no fears about disunion, and therefore laugh at "disunionist," Northern and Southern ; and all such will disappear, when sureof creating their only desert, public con tempt. Philu. I.tilger. One of the Albany fire companies offer to fight the Anti-Renter on the uioet reasonable terms and at the shortest notice. rnicrcuKuiiNT. Corrected weekly by Ihnry Yoxtketmer, What, . . . . rs Rii, . . . . . f,o Coin, ...... 40 OiT. ...... 25 Poarc, . . . . . & Flixsiin, ... .112 UuTTia, ..... IV UasaWAl, .... 2A Tallow, ... Ifl Daisu Arrtta, . . fio Do. PiAcat, . . 150 Plai, ... a II tea it n Fiii, . . lo Eea. ... ( . 10 The latest arliclo of incenuity from Yankee dom is a contrivance to keep the feet warm. It is constructed of tin of an oval shape, with a placo in one end to pour in hot water, the sub stance that imparts the heat to the feet. Scasosabli Anvica. "Take tints by tha fore lock," says the adage. Take medicine at tha pro per lime, say we. It is a matter of less difficulty to ascertain the proper lime to seek relief from me dicine, than it is to discover tho proper medicine which if to administer comfort to the afllirtid pa tient. Drandreth's Vegetable Uuiversal Pills, which have obtained a celebrity in the "Annals of Physic," unequalled in ancient and modern times, have performed such astonishing cures, that thou, sands of people, in justice to Dr. Drandreth, have publicly recorded their opinions of their wonderful and extraordinary health-restoring qualities. fXj Purchase of II. B. Masser, Sunhury, or of the stents, published in another part of this piper. PUBLIC SAXiB.'. IN pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court, of Northumberland county, on Thursday the filli inr of February next, at 1 o'clock, P. M., Sharpies Taylor and J. C. Orier, Administrators of William Garrett, late of Rush township, in said county, dec -ascd, will ei pose to sale by public vendue, at the house of John Garrett, in Point township, in Northbrnlcr land county aforesaid, all Ihe IRON OliE, in a certain tract of I md containing 170 acres, situate in Point towm-hip aforesaid, adjoining E. G-een-nngh, M. J. Diddle and the Susquehanna rier ; whereon the said John Garrett now residi s, with the free privilege lo pass and rep .ss from the s .id property to the Canal, for the purpose of cnv, voir Ihe ore, and riaht lo land at the mines sufficient lo build two houses tip n. wiih priv b-ge for ihe mine's to pass and repass to and from their houses. All of whi h will he a Id subject to a ml on the 13. h AiiRiist 1M0, ly the said deceased i.f the said Iron tire, at 40 cents per Ion. to Eli Trego. Xsid Trrto to take out three hundred tons the fir-t year, anJ at least four hundred esrh subsequent year, co inventing in the spring of 1 84 I . if the pi ice al which the said ore could be sold would yield a small (.refit In said Trego, with Ihe right of entry way, fit. I.nte the estate of said deceased, situ, ate in ihe township of Point, and county aforesaid, RHARP1.ESS TAYLOR, JOHN V.. GIMEP, Danville, Jan. 18. 1845. 3t. Adm'rs, Mlcliarl XrMi?'fl I.sfutr. NOTH'E is hereby given thai letters of admin istration have lieen gi anted lo the suhscnliers, on the istatc of Michael Neiilig, dee'd. All per sons t sving ilemmds against the est ite, sr re quested to present them for examination and set itement. and all persona indebted are requested lo make immediate payment. GEORGE COVRA.D, PETER WAGNER. Augusta, Jan. 18, 1845 (it A.lm'is. IVoii ICO TS hereby givrn. that I have this dav renketl a 1 Power of Attorney, given by me to Henrv II. Purr of Northumberland, on li e 10th day of June, 1835, which revocation is recorded in the Recor ders office of Northumberland countv. WILLIAM McCXY. Northumberland, Jan. lllh, 1845. 17 tf FlluiMKX & Cn fK XS' BALL, AT I4VII.I.I PEXXS1M IM4, On Wvdnrrday Evening, Jan. l""."i. LADIES AND GENII FM FN fr. n. a t'istanee, who wish lo enjoy a pleasant rven tug. are itspecftdly invitid lo favor us with llnir pngence. The II LL will open si fi n'd 'ck, l M., with a cr oul promenade, in the large snd com modious saloon of tbe Engine House. Oj" TICKE I S, f2, admitting a Gentleman snd Lady. $y For Ti kets, apply to H. R. Masser. Esq , Sunt.urv j at the dice of ihe "Miltenian,' M lion ; to Dr. Joseph Priestly, Northumberland ; or to the manager. MiSAOUBS: Wm. Donsld-on, Geo A Fin k, .loshui W. Comly, William Col', John lle-l, Jon (J. Montgomery. Danville, January Uih, 1815. 2t Mi.tiiiokiu Coal A T N O R T ti II M B E It L A N P. rilll E Subserilier h a boat load of eicell-nt I Shamolcn Coal at Norlhumbeil md. w hich he nff.-r lor sale at the tow ret pr ces. Pi rsons wishing lo pxn-hsse will call on the uhrri!-er al Sunburv, or l-J. P. Shannon, E-q. at Northumber land. " H. U. MASSER. Sunlniry, Jan. 4th, 1845. all ami Settle' IJERSONS knowing themselv indebted lo the subscriber, are n que-ted to csll and settle their arc-unt, on or In-fore the 20th day nf J.i mi ry neit, sfi. r which time those t f long stainling will he placed in the hands of a Juitire. fir cidlc iin. H. R. MASSF.R. D.-eJth. 1844. Police. A LL persons im). bled lo the etle nfjolin il Legln.u, late of Point township, di cease I, are bereby notified lo make piymen', without de lay, to the subscriber- ; and tbose have g l oin-i against aid e-tate, w.ll piesent tlfem duly antl.en linled lor setil.in.n. JttHN II. ItOYD. D. URAUIIGAN, N..rthM. Dec 28, 1844. Gt Ei.cul rs. Lost ! ! SOMEWHERE between the re.idenee of the j subscriber, in Ch li qn que township, Noith- umber laud countv , arid the lHroiili nf Sun'miy, i on I ueaday, the 12tb inst., a small I'm itr Hook, coruaming a note of hand from Tobias Ku mert md Jobn Murray to subscriber, as ihe a lininii-ir.iior of Thomas Murray, dated in January, l29 ; and another note of hand to same, for f 18, ditt.d in 1810 t a ubsxna for witnesaeses, and a rive dol. Ur bill on the Umk or NorthumlM ilaud. The finder, by returning il, will he suilab'y rewarded; or by leaving the ppcrs st the Post Olhce, Muuhu ry, or forwarding them to the subscriber, may keep the five dollar bill. JAMES F. MURRAY. Chdisquxpje, Nov. 30ih, 1844 tf NEW GOODS. fllHE salsieriher ha jut received from Phtlitlel X phi a fresh supply of Nw tioons, con.i.i.ng in pil, nf MuunliH Ikhimet. Crape iMlaines, Cathmtrtde Ecotut SkuU'n, llindkireheifs, 4c. ' Also, Hiarr and S Ik llat$, a good s.iiin ril of Men I and H.y' dipt, (iroeeriet, Li'juun, Salt, Ac dr., all of hii h will be old at tbe unal rrasonatile tvrin. Srte Jart and Juan, cheap. H. b. MAUSER. fcunbury, Oct. 5tb, Ih44. FIFTY DOILAIIS m.WAIU)! CANTRELIS Celebrated Family Medicine WILL not cure every thing, but still remain unequilled in their several departments by every thing ever offered to the public, who have voluntary came forward and offered numerous and highly respectable testimonials of their superior rfficscy. CnnlreIC Compound MetlUaled Syrup nf Sar laparilla or, Anti-Scorluttc Syrup, for the cure of 8corfuls, Chronic Fiheu.n itistn, Chronic Swel lings of the Joints, Eruptions of the Skin, snd all Disease arising from the abuse of Mercury, Vc, unsurpassed by any thing in Ihe market, confi ning all the virtues resident in the Sar-aparilh with a modern medicament, only lately brought out by (he most respeclablo medical authorities. Price, 50 eenls per b iltle. Canlreir .1nl!-Dpfptlc Vuwdcr, f.r the re lief ami permanent cure of th.tt ni 'st distressing complaint, Dycpsii, in all its firms ami stages. It is truly a most valu ible remedy. 8 ,l in bottles at 35 and 50 cents each. Cnnlreir f 1gue. Mixture and Tunic Nedita' menla, stands at ihe bead nf the list iinriva'h d lv any, or all the innumcraMe medinn s in ti e throughout (he length nnd bread h of ihe land, fr the cure nf Fkvf.r and Aouc in all its stage, snd from all its consequences. Residents in Fever anJ Ague districts should never be without it. The sulsctiler will f. .rf.il EIFTY DOLLARS where bis medieine tails to perform a cure in the most obstina'e cae. H..M Who'es.le and Retail bv CALEB CRES. SON. at his Drug Warehouse. No. fi North Third Street, Philadelphia; also, bv the rigultrly ap pointed sgent, SE I II W. ROUERTS, Wholesale Druggist, No. 64 Water Strert. Mobile, Prepared orlv tv tt.e Subscriber, corner of G AR PENT Ell and SECOND Sir.ets, below 'hristi an, Philarielpbia. where it is also retailed. OIsere, none are genuine without tbe signature -f JOHN A. CAN TKELL. C'anfrrll' Aptic Mixture, or Tonic Mrillramrnta, For the cure of all HHtm njfirlinn., if taken tie-cor-linif to direction. It is a never fsiling remedy which no famt'y ought to be without, especially in low marshy countries. As this medicine is put up under the proprie tor's immediate inspection nn Ihe most scientific principles, l.e ng I ur. ly Vegetable, an.l baving j irieu us rmcsey on inousanos, ..r upwards oi i i years, and to his knowledge when taken strirtlv ar cording to diieciions, there has not Va en one fa lure. Under such crcumtanre I recommend it lo the public, adding a certiuVat in support of my asser tion. I, John Hums, do reilifv that I was in the ship Tnb.icco Plant of Philadelphia, t'spl. Renl. in June, 1827, bound to Liverpool ; look Ihe f-ver and ague and laid in Liverpool none time umbr the ilocor's bands, went lioin tbete to Ilallini ire, lay in Ihe Infwinary for four or five wteks from thence to Philadrlphia ; was six months under Dr. Coats j from thence to New Yi-rk went to tl.e ) Hospital, n tna n d th re about four wi eks without j tiny relief tiled every th'ng without snv lenefit, I for five er. Hering of CanlreTs Ague Mix , tine fioin a ffei d, I went lo hi store, told him j how I was afflicted, and not a bottle nf his mixture I and tisi d it ai cording to ilir-' tioiis. It mule a per- lecl cute, and I have not had the least return since. I do with colilitlenre reroinuiend i tothe public. JOHN ULRNS. Itlrdlratrd Sjniporsai isapai llla. I'htlid. Iphii, April 10th, IS44. Mr. Jons A. ('ax-mi li, Dear Sir, Having be, n afllic'cd for up ward of two )ears with ulceration of the throat, de-troyiog the whole of ihe soft pnl ite, then thtough the upper part i f inr mouth into niv nose, from which sever al pieces nf boi e came nut, which panial'y dettmv ed my speech, through a kind I'r.x idenre and votir ! Meilieaieil Syrup ill S,,rs.,p.iiil.i, I am now lesion l : to pi-if. rt he ilili.snd my sight, which was so much j impair, d, is as i-iroug as when a I ov. i I thought it a duty I owed loyou and those simi ! larly affect, d, to make it public. l ouis, R. spcrfullv. SWITd, KIRK. Corner nf Tenth and Coa'e Streets. I, C 'ril Jonston, No. 6 R,ekls Street, do cei tifv tbal my wife, J.ine, was alllicted for two years with Rheumatism, and at l i t was entirely di-a 'led, so that she was obliged to In- confined to In ,1 ; I. eat ing nf Cant'ell's Melicaled Syiup of Sats tparilla, or Antiscorbutic Syrup, I pr, Mined four b.-ltl-s, which coinpb tely removed all her pains and stiff ness from lit r limb; two in. re bottles made s r tecl cure. Sbe i now able to attend o her house hold dull-s as usual. C MIKIL JONS f) . PhiUiU Iphis, Jjii. 22 I. 1814. fXj- De criptive I'amphhts mav be had of the agent. (Gratis.) J. W. FRILINfJ, Sunburv, Nov. 9, 1811. ly .Igmt. A s7 il Yl " y v T ifo "v. A l, WHOLESALE & RETAIL HAT Az cV MAM'FAC'n:Ki:ilS, South F.iiiI corn r of Murk ft nnd Ath tit.. riiiladliila, VirilEllE ih- v alwav ke.-p on band an ejten ' sive i-.irlinenl of HAT If CA PS nfeverv drscription, got up in the lavt and most sprord rt le. Per ns ilerimus of pnri h ising iiHrior ani eb on the most reason ible term. ili fii d it lo their advantage lo call bt fore making pun liases ebe here. Philadelphia, Oct. 5lh, 1914. ly - -j-Lj SLiiif WSJ i:ui:TUILi:((MlPotM, roa in. ci rk i r D V S P K PS I A. THH Medicine i nffe ed t- the public gener ally, from a full conviction lit ,i it is -uperior to any oilier in dicine n -w in ue. f r the cure nf Dvspepsia, Liver I'oinplaiui, Nirvous le'iilvoi tit,lly V e.-kness. A c. It-i i tbe bttVH Ucn tested in a private practice efnen i j lit tt, ami it is now ni re ercm-iv. K e oeiilaied, l the solieinp'r of manv who hitVH re ceive.l the mo-l .ii.-ti.il beio Til from ihe u-e ot it. - Tha f louioii is one aiunng a number of cuitfi calf receivtd in ulaiiou to tbe succes of this me dic.ne : Lvt iKrra Co. March 1. Da. Groint W. Ami, Dear .Sir.- It i with great p'eaue that I in form jou of ihe success atleuding your ljs.tic Medicine, while employed in my p atiic. Fioin past ripviiinre, I tiriuly believe that in eight cases nut of ten, Ihe Dpepuc, by ihe ue of your nie.li rine, may emir Iv ml hioiMlf of th thorn in the pathway of life! not only in dvsjplic rases, but in all cases nf co'nlipi,tioii, and dt-eaes depend ng on a dibilitated slate i.f tbe nervous svatetn, loce. tlier with a to-pid slite of the bowel, will your E luir lefout ilof uie.tini.ible value. Numerous in stances wheiein Ihe usifu'in-.s of the medicine ha la-en rvaiired, may l-e tor warded, if required. I wi.h y,.u great .ucees, and lecomint nd the medi cine lo thr kutfermg part of mankind. Vouts, with great rcpecl, ROUEItr AtiNEW, M. P. Qf j' For sale at tlie store of H. U. Mian c, sg lit for ihe proprietor, r-'unl urv, I's. CHEAP CARPET STORE, ON THB CASH FjVAM". 1 At Art. 41 Strawbttry St. Philadelphia. 11HE Rent of tba subscribers in their present . situation being very low, and their terms CASH, they are enabled to sell at such low price thai customers cannot fail to be satisfied, and tbey invite the people of Northumberland and the ad joining counties to call and rxsmine their stork, as they offer an excellent assortment, comprising Reautiful Imperial, 3ply, Superfine Ingrain, Heay Twill, d Venetian, VCARPETING8. Fine English Worsted do. Plain ebriped do., With a large Slock of well seasoned Floor Oil Clolhs of ail widths, fir Rooms, Hulls, Door Pie res, eVc. Also Furniture Oil Cloths, Ileautifut Hearth Rugs, Table Covers, Floor Itair.e, Rag Car pets, Mailing. iVe Ac , together with a Inrge Slock i f low priced Irtgrnin, Entry and Stair Carpets, Wholesale and Retail, at the lowest priees in the city. ELDRIDGE & BROTHER, No. 4 I Strawberry street, one door above Ches tiu', near S.I street. Entrance also at No. 50 South Second steet, Philadelphia. Sept. 28th, 1811 :im S P A Wf SHH1DBS TAN KltS' OIL. ftOOO Diy La n it Hide first qutMity. '.VtiHw Dry Li Guir. do IOOO Dry Salted La Guir. do 2000 Dry Salt.d Unxil Hides, do Hales (ireen Salted Pulua Kip. '20 Hal.s Dry Pa m. Kips. l'0 H irrels Tanners' Oil. Tanner-.' and Curriers' Tools, For sale to Country Tanner at the lowest prices and ti (ion I he best I. rms. N. H. The highest market price paid for all kinds of leather. D. KIRKPATKICK fc SONS. No. 2l,S.,th Third St. 1'hil.delphia. September 14. 1844. ly. TO Country Merchants. riIIE Subscrilars respectfully invite Country J Merchants who are a'-otit to purchase Fall and Winter Supplies, to an examination of theli repectivo. Stocks, believing thai their several as- goitnierits aie as complete as have ever been offet- e, j the IMiilailelphia Market. 'ith storks ot Good' in their several Depart ments of tbe choicest kinds a determination to sell on terms wh ch cannot fail to prove satisficto ry and a disposition to please old and new custo mers, wil1, we hope, l a sufficient inducement lo purchaser to call at our icspective establishments Silks nnd Fancy Goods. W A R P Remington 80 Market Street. Ashliuist tV Remington 50 Ruck & Po'ler 116 Yard V Cillmoie 109 Domestic nnd Foreign Dry Goods. Reynolds, MrFa.l md ,V Co 105 Market Street. Htitnelt, Witling ft Co 120 Scott & Itaker 150 ' Wise, Pn ev fc Wise 154 " Haidy A Hackers 46 N. Second St. Importers of C'lntlis, Cassimcrs, Vest- in lis, vVc. William H Lovo Latubert Doy 117 Market Street. 1 08 " Hardware ami Cutlery. Mich if I V Hakir 215 Market Street. F.dwud S Handy St Co 98 Importers and iMiinnfaelnrcrs of Sad dlery Hardware. Horn A Kiiea- 215J Matket Stieet. Hoots, Shoes, nunnets. Caps, Leghorn and Taltn Hats, rjic W E ,V J (; Wbelan. 158 Market Street. L'-viek. Jenkins Ac Co 150 " M Conrad Af Co 60 " Manufat'ltirers nnd Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, &.c. Thomas P Jain- s Potts, Linn A Harris Riv inson. Cod us A Go Kilwa d Colo Thompson Panrn ist A: Co 212 Market Street. 2i:tJ ' 8? 5t 40 Hats, Caps Furs and Trimrnincs. I. Kenton l?fl Market Street. John Sauertiicr A; Droilu r 62 Hooks nnd Stationary. Grieg A- IM nit 9 N. Fourth Sired. Hngan A: Thomps hi 30 " Importers of I'riiisli ani French Fan cy Staple Stationary. I. I C. hen Ar Co 27 S Fourth Sweet Henrv Cohen 3 " Imxrters of Hosiery, Gloves, Trim mings and Fancy Goods. Setley A Severing 2:1 N Thiol Sireel. Parker & Lehman 3 " Cunibs, IJrtishcs, I'rooms, iS:c. Thomas Cooper 3 N I'ront Street. Importer of Toys, Fancy and Staple Goods. A F f t Monrose 1(1 S Fourth Street. i Mainif;irtiiri r uf Patent I ar.l I nmtn .tmniiMniinroi latent i.arn j.amps. 'ElisSAtchei 34 N Second St t el. Manufacturer of Patent Floor and Furniture Oil Clo'hs. Lane Macauby, Jr. 6 N Fifth Sirect. Mannfacliirers nnd Importers of Pa per Hangings. IL wi II A' llr.nher HO A 1 42 Cheanul Si . Phila lelpbis. Angus 21. Ir.l t. m. NOTICE TO MLItt IIIVIS &. )l.l.l!I.Ra. M.vS: .IOS. K. MAULI.. M ANI "FACT! REUS AN II DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WCRW GOODS, .Vo. :U, Xorth Second Strtet, ( oppotie the Madison llour,J FHXIsilDEXsPHZA, WHERE will be fmnd a general a-oit- . inenl of Florence liraid-, Allrr's, Rui-S! lands. Peddles, Willow Plait, Rice St aw, and die much (dmire.l Neapolitan Lace, ami Fancy Don nets, manufactured by us, and for sale at Ihe loweM tnanulacluie price. Merchants and Milliners are invited to give ua a c -It upon visiting the City. fj N. U. We have sl.n con-Un Iv nink ng our ti pi i lor hair slid oil . I edgings, ill i.f w huh will Im' sold cheap, for cash. Phil. del, his, May 2 1644. ly II ALZORI.NES. a hand article for Ladies' Dresse, I, r salts chep. l y ' ia i il .1 i . if m T II 1) LIVI1G A i 12, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, at 12 ciNi.s a auiaata. rillltS i work composed chit fly of choice sr. J tides from tl.e Periodical I.iteratttr ot Europe. Roaton having become the point of communtra tion with the Old World, snd the intercourse being now so frequent, we think it the best location for our office, and believe that such a compilation may lie issued once a week, from this citv, as wi l be read with pleasure and profit in, all parts of the Un'Ord Stairs. Thk Li vi so Ao w II be conducted in the spirit of Littcll, Mu-eum of Foreign Literature, (which was favorably rrcelve d by the pnblic, for the past 20 years,) but as it will be twice ss large, and will ap pear so often, we shall not only give spirit nnJ freshness to it by many thing which were eiclu deJ by a month's delay, but shall also, while thus rxti nding our scope and gJlheiitig a greater and more attrac'ivc variety, l-e able to to increase the so'iil and substantial patt of our literary, historical and political harvest, as fully to satisfy the Wjnt of ihe Ameiicsn reader, Tbe el iborate and stalely Essys of the Edin burgh, tjuaiterly, and other Reviews; snd Blark- . wood' ni bin civicism on Poetrv, his kien pnl-ti-csl Commentaries, highly wrought Tales, snd V vi I description of rural and mountain Scenery ; and the contributions to Literature, History and corns men life, by the ssgsrious Spectator, the sparkling Examiner, the judicious Athertrum, the busy and industrious Literiry Ga7.tte, the sen-ible and com prehensive Itrittnnnia, the sober and respectahla Christen Observer j these shall le intermixed wiih, the M lilnry and Naval reminiscence nf Ihe Uni ted Sorv ce, and with the best articles of the Dub lin University, New Monthly, Fraacr's, Tan' Ainworth'. Hood's, and Sporting Magazines, and of Chamber. admiral le Journal. We shall not consider it beneath our diunity to barrow wit and wisdom from Punch; and. when we think it good enough, shall use the thunder of The Times. YV shall increase our vatietv by importations from tht continent of Europe, and from the new growth of the Rritish Colonies. Geographical discoveries, the progress ef Col- ntiaiicn, (which is extending over the whole world.) and Vovsrcs and Tiavels, will be favorite mslter for our selections ; and in general, we shall syste matically and very fully acquaint onr readers with the greai department of Foreign inTor. While we sspire to make the Ltviss Aon de sirable to all who wish to keep themselves infoim ed of the rapid progress of the movement to Statesmen, Divines, Lawyers and Physicians to men of business, and lo men nf leisure it is a still stronger obj- ct of eur ambition to make it attrac tive and useful to their Wives and Children. We believe that we ran thus do some good in our "lay and generation : and hope to ronke the work indis ptnsat'le in every well-informed family. We say indispensable, 1ec .use in Ibis d iv of cheap litera ture i: is not possible to guard aeainst the influx of what is bail in t.st - ami vicious in mora's, in anv other way than by furnisbMic a railiicient supply nf a healthy diameter. The mental and moial appe tite must be gratified. We hope, that, by "winnowing the wheat from the chalT," by providing abundantly for the ima?in alion, and by a large collection of Biography, Voy ages snd Traiels, lli-loty. and mote solid matter, we may produce a wotk which sh x II be pnpul.ir, white at the same time it w ill aspire to raise the standard nf publ cta-te. The Living Age will Ire a large pamphlet, hand somely ptinted, and stitched in a cover, cont lining a much matter as an ordinary duodecimo volume, and upon good type and paper. Eaih iiuinlsjr sold sepaiately, and with the ustvd discount to wholesale dealers. Persons at a dis tance will be rupplird by mail, on their remitting to us any sum of money thtt may be convenient. There will be thir y six numbers, making threo larg-- volumes, in tbe rem lining part ol 1811. Pi ice of each volume ot twelve numbers will l a fl SO. Potm-t' r. or other ternns who may lend us their aid in getting up a subscription list, will le entitled to four copies of any volume, o i remitting to us five doll irs. The copies to be ad dressed as they may order, E. LI I TELL At CO.. US W .isi'itiiitou Sin et, Uoston. TtTTuiKirrs i'ati'.n t W ASKING T than thirlv families in this neighborhood, and has given entire nttsLictioii. It is n simple in its construction, that it cannot get out of ordi r. It contains no iron to ru-t, and no piiugs or roll, rs to get nut of repair. It will do twice as much wsh ins, with less than halt the wear and leur of an) of ihe l ite inventions anil wh it is . f greater in pit tance, it co-ts but little over half as much as other washing machines. The nibs, nber hit ihe exeltj-ive right for Nor thumhciland, I'nioii. L coming, Columbia, Lu zerne and Clinton counties. Price of single in i ihtne ti. H. U. M ASsEK. Tbe following ceitifnate is from a few of ilium who have ihe-e midlines in use. Sunbuiy, Aug. 24, l4t. We, the subscriber, certify that we have now in ue, in our families, Sluigert's rlenl Wash ing Machine," and do not Initiate siytng thai it i a most excellent invention. 'That, in Wa-hing, it will .ave more than one half the usual labor. 'That it doe not require more than one third the j usual quantity of so q and water ; and that (hero I t no rubbing, and consequently, little or no wear- ing or lea riuj . That it kiuM'ks otTno bullous, and ; that the finest cloihes, such us collars lace, tucks I frills, Ac, may be washed in a veiy short lime without tho lensl injutv, and in fact without any apparent wear and tea', whatevrr. We therefor--' cheerfully recommend it to our friends and 1 1 the public, a a most u.cful and labor saving machine, CHARLES W.ll EULNS, A. JORDAN. CHS WEAVER. CHS PI.EXSANTS, GIDEON M X.KKI.E. Hon. GEO. C. WELKER, IIENJ. HENDRICKS, GIDEON LEISENRING. Hraa'a lloirr, (fornnily Treiuonl H-iuse, No. 116 Cheanul atieet,) Philadelphia, SepteinU r 21', 1M4. I liuve u. d Shuperl' Patent Washing Machine in my b"ii e upwards of eight months, and do not he.iiaie lo lay that I deem it one of tho mo t Use ful and valuable labor-saving machine ever inven ted. I fnrmer'y k pt two women continually ' copied in washing, who now do a much in two days as thry then did in tine week. 'There is no wtar or tear in wishing, and il requite not moir than one-thud the u.ual quantity ol snap. I havo had a iuin.l t r of othti m chine in my lam ly, In t this is mi decidedly superior l.irvety tbiug else, and so Inlle halile lo get oul of if pur, that I would n t do without one il they .hould cost ten limes tho price lhe aiesold for. D NIEL HE Kit. Ci LASS by 10, best quality, J Cm Nsil-. all s res, r-sll. I the satk and barn I. 11 il and Caps of the bi.t quality. All f- r s.il- al reduced prices, 1 y Suuburt.Ocl. 2fi, 1814. H. B. MASSE I.'. 'in EiOD LO I'll, a han.Uou.e article, all wool. hglil and el.'feiic, lot iSummer Ci a and I'anis, fo- ale, vrry low, by June IS. Octoter 2i'uh, 1014. Ijr s ( June 18. it. D. MASf-ER. H. U. MASSER.