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JAMES MONTGOMERY, EDITOR. We of that T« Witch ; of Wc call the in signed S. a. Laws. Tt is a living Of I The voces for Speaker are the We will We will of ings oft ». —We it Tiir A i of We by the the the in this in r. In the first of IXQl We hope that alter If is he ty. let ty. and it of the is by the in Of is the views of till the people they f Part)' but it is only which will alwa the party that -. We I used in hold- 1 ing it shall he. We want him >y Do let the of l> party. Let us act honestly. ! the may. Fc of We hut mind that of is but :Uj speak of the dissolution of the Ci It s that they do the y blessings that we of the Union. They do into frag- ! The pence and A in of the of petty P. We w i Ut of of of from the face instead of Iml wlmt he is they will put, down if tlir.v bar« III lit, it bv brute lim-e. bet tbe I citizens take the in »p- ! hold the Ut rg. Pa., with the ! • this the deep eut in keep open, is ivoek, by of his LOCAL MATTERS. 0 of Xew Orleans. The SX'JH -... Old Soldiers of 1812, held in Philadelphia, and spirit to sreft,» of the In the by ■Ä by the t Band, equipped in Âïn: style. ' On the in C. by Wt P%Si. Fencible,, ('apt. Page. . in the • 'I ». "i - Old sßüÄT. The ut fflleS of the by the 8th of . 1815, of Great Ä"; Ä Resolved. That believing with ut the -Tree is to be judged • not only think that Union m but that r pendnee, which has cl le nges the admiration of tl-.o in city July, 1776, has received the day, the 4th of July, 1825; when two of the Ä day called of after of DKine of wu/f , ns it might illv bound to the U IhStot Fr ^îiMwlo'vea Sft to the in Ci of t la the of the thi-ir wiiiows, tlironpli l,P 1 P n 7 Xr' ,1,8 " i " the Ci 1st. On illy repeal the Soldiers of the of 1812. the is the of whom it is vastly important friendship should s that the of llm Si.utli. 1 by Governor Pucker, for 1C. ol' and in (lie ! °f a negro jU't'<1 ' : the idea of the V in six if the if 1 . the 210 Ralph McCall, William Roddy. Henry Hoops, Mr. Klein, 182 83 25 < 215 558 Mr. 1 J. F 166 Ii E. K. 105 750 We the « The the of a pair of X ! of the ordi p, where they ci: nnuÆ of the for 16 years, and to he y morning. John Leech and esley Bowlyn, c. w Of I rst lie nssly gave llirin a ■ depart. Early Karr succeeded in Leech This Bowlyn is the mrz ccivt d the first *. it engravings i is published I ,,f !X In ! tors. Wc have to Mr. J. W. No. 714 for it. itml will ! residence^* Friday last, by from the r. who .-.till —A Hyatt, Prcsidi etiiv, intended 0 " g >, Newark, the j of IWa!X r Miu£r,' to the build T We have the subject of the removal of the public (l>. V.)pw in Ve P} THKO. 1?VATT, President I*. M. A. Died Suddenly .—On Friday afternoon of lust pek, Mrs. Calvert, wife of Wulter Calvert, of es Of! energies. Sh to call her for irx in. who to of Mr. in the 25th ult., aged ÏM in to during the last year, of the of tlio lirilish in lower Virginia, where lie then nntl tlnriug the nuninet Joseph the post offlee » Ti ihe"of -. The ft the the of the Dklawakk Dr. of the loge, in Fifth anil is in n Dr. McC of the of the Cr lately Chief Resident Pliy in the best of Eclecticism, a school teristic of the old If it it of 265 12», to the the of the lie their : in a and to to the viz : K.M. S. B. Buskirk. J. B. Follcy, mid brief speech. During the speech of Mr. terrupted by Col. Allen May, who him in of Hie t . It ham said he had Mr. ■», tbL ' »'«ce, which blow Mr. The Wfl of Mr. 1'rancis J. Gruud to bo I nin.,I .Sim,., Havre -. The «.I it active oppo until tin of The. real battle of the vote by the Senate. We hope that every in the Kick him out! A Mai Fi a charge of 1 ■ His Honor over t!:c hut the driven Itv a h gentlemen *5. Id. i,c Tub C( Wi SRS »,5 :j„r in In the first been in that in his The ries of K«. Ky-i bV.ZltoSMP MATTERS.. l„ E Âm" n éo„„t imûg tZ±^ te£-"ï. j£H, fuel} ni it Dr. Paine, who by the is of J principles Eclectic foil in the mer .1- Sou. Wil L)r. John ns, guitars, flutes, merchandise. AI I ä books, envelopes, if fancy articles. it at, of of Front and they also keep -, Ac., to of the will be the testing of it in the No. 20, Fourth JB@T Aaron Conrad advertises to y, which will imv ten net is in . fn't ær Travelling my* of Wt C of tin [kW I i:*. > u local arti the simple "wfôd it. who did he did it for, and how My and the the editor of the Omette, know pretty well what is -done here.' If; kind done, all they will have to do will lie to if 1 do it; and if ; ISAAC I). GRECO. [I HISTORICAL ENIGMA. I My G, I 57, 50. H8, 4, i:i, 2», 61, My 21.65. 45, 48, 52. 42. M.v 58, 8, 27. 54, 22, 58, f k i:t. 45. 26, 56, Mr 5,4», JH. I UT. J.-|, 41, (ill, III, IT, My ti. 62. 44. : Turin My 52, 42. HO, 12, 2, 47, 22. 4, 1, the 18th rentury. C My 25, 44.51, 18. 57, My 16, 50, 41, 15, 40, 24, 54, 48. 41, 45, 7. 15, 45, 11, | My 42, 55, 52, 55, 58, 24, 48. 27. 1. 28. 20. a King of Egypt. My 55, 58, 0 , 28. h, 42, 15, 43,11, who died in 1585. My 66, 8, 48, 01, 40, 56. 22, 4, My 51, 54,47, 58, 65, 46, 12. 56,64. ! % 1», 4«, 47, 11. - . • -,. 22, 44, was « French phy: ■ My 10. 50, 52, 41, 34, 21, ointnpti written of it iu Italy of of «t: of gaged ill the South American wi defence of Rome in 1840, this in the age of 15 At the* h Ä of; the H- l.c-frin , with red cuffs with a w hite ti and orderly their: ». They rn oft Their John Arrivahen, is r, C< il 1821.1ms rjpÄ 1 is of n by in Valik Ft. -.—, forty-five .... from the South. Valuing ; Literary Intelligence». The Literary Deaths of WM—Parlous I. Ur of Andrew déckson — Hook* peeinéing /«»»• pumra tion—IiitrU'a TMv / Aye-th, C%'t,l\* ttf,ol of Fairy Tales. Since lÄ&whun the löps d head* iq tIn 185» ' of the mod called away within a few days of each other. 1 Prescott and Henry iiallam. At | . again shy the loss to spectively of their prose writers of the day. These I DeQuincey. In May, T. K. llervev, the lyric poet, died. Shortly alter. »lmslead, i lie study of ributions better In April, the eccentric Sydney Owens of sixty y her labors. Therm nth of fatal to the great Alexander V« institutions with the world the result of hi.-, investigation • in his fa nions "De in America:" Bishop Doan.-, of X ',nnd Arch followed by John Ange IL in the J of the ij elven to lit- 1 . Leigh Hunt, the poet and down ut the ripe age of sixty. (ill a It has been about two Brothers. New York, his brilliant Life j of Aaron Burr, which has already the making his researches for that biography, the i it ' life of the old hero, 1 of The life nf And. Jue\; authoritative whole political history of the prepared for a worlc of and the result lias ! Zeal of its place lar political biography of the day. only liv The first v. of a J. Lossir.g, is i., the ai preparing, or Mr. Ahhoit is for them, the third !i of C, 'iTiLnn the Julia Ward Howe, Rev. F. W. also of* the This w ill he the book of the C Srf S 8 SÄ sheets by the above prlulng " of Now Vork, Jill a less price, to issued a Ä!?!» their 14th. o tLiltell. s I.,,-;n ;/ Aye ml m ira hie : il,. story, "Hopes ami Fears," by the thorof that -. To the at in the is by the tides from . Liltell ex I that Mr No less English periodicals tributions in this single have it. for a large class of of Fairy Tale*. The hook is newly prepared, of -, ut the . ways. The book III- lbs lies! tilings I,r till, kill,I ,1,. Imv is It ZLZT to inrs to twenty fieri I« the compliments independent of their regular with of the On New V from the steps of the (' Book establishment of Mr. Evans i ; of the H. NT Ji -This body at. the State ; lows is Dem. °T I J t IMTMMIMt CALAMITY ! N X£ ' The The It G It is 1 | keil mortally wounded, of mutilation, und the •i'l.-.'lit of till* 'T't'in, fall of the from the », lie I The z:zr K ■e thousand i are working of Every few .Irn^gi'il o'.* the bricks, : till Ills atelv of to be in a "Ä through the streets, and with searehing the ruins, while u . ' » frigid - * Tt alive. îâ'I lient It of the poor victims. 1 JÏR in H, collected : Jan. 10.—11 o'clock, P. M.—The At about five o'clock this the cit izens of Law The j it put in, the walls spread to If put in to The building it* first from the If iwn that way. The i of the city at the rubbish. They ' and 1 ble. t) - ix of the \ ic.tims, liv led. tying 1 that he is the The City Hall has been itei • ueepo I and taken ii throat, but mu- after his arrival the Hull. Om i.i ! A who has just been rescued lii-re v-live tw in the vi fi u i ty of the place w here she An Additional Horror—Firo lives. .Still the work of went briskly !' that ut the be Sin, of ruins is in a sheet of i The The .11.—The 45 It [* Pemberton 2.700 $ 1 . of The Mr. LATER. Jax. 11.—There Lai The proportion of of them be The lire s ;ïe ruins of the Pi m The The dead 15. ami the ,but by far the larger 165. Some of the latter will The loss is "lEVnr,,; 11.—The Ibis city, in Ilia in the I in the. „ ... r 'X ,B ï 4 "i-!' with the We had a few Zi I 'Ä the s -. Then I till! I to, I in my face., VI|1 got to life top of the rubbish I [Oake'my life, but I On the 5th inst., by Rev. Walton-. All of this city, bi the 27th oft 22d ult.. by Rev. I). H. the of the bride's Cu:a, » the 8th inst., and 11. Muir. Ida Maucv, eldest child of On the nth Jan. rail. F I Ti 7 late ('«pi. John droves, of this city, intim of her «ge. Ä ' IV "IS J îSfts.'»« few «XT'. ' ■ !S ! SS. r. ; .V i: JaaVn»" HS*" 1 AMERICAN HOT El.. COE .\ Elf .'7.17.577/ .157» UM l.SVT ETE., L-5. KÄÄ . 3 S, ist! "V'mH'V. v A jus: mmmrn TJSftta vSz&sssS ÄtlMM. NEW YORK BAKERY. N't ». 7, EAST SECOND STREET, Geo. MAX L* KAl'Tf I: KS E.mtA LA RUK EKE A /». TEA Jtl.HVir A.XH IIO.XK ror.XDCAKE. ICICLE CAKE, do. ,lo. «RAN II H K A I > , ■t.r.v r-fwISSSJI s:?,ä j.rtilftsi.. iiinli'iHtAiiit. It it. sUnntHl ill H.V..II.I street. « gipîiiliâsëi !V DAY. 'unï'iïiX \olic e.— VII l*(Tsoiis;ii'r tilZl \V liiiiiii^tuii, .t.uiiiiiv.v • . . **zsgb l . m V. ('. GILPIN Wines, Liquors and Groceries. T'l? M». ;s fiC VoSSav HI Ä' ■ïït! Ä .■SSSflS AM) LtlVt inls ■'[iy"v!f\ S S • JIOiUKltt !55 ills mm ï !* «1-uws liy til.- buniittrul riv The "rirkSl,;! iïCÏ/" £!! .... "SS Ä l.-VvTi RIFLE, SHOT-GUN, .tr; i;j ii;; •an ii K IÏ.1 HORSE SHOEING Ship Work ami - WOOLMA » & SULLIVAN , ltlaeksinitliin^. * BKCONi) WARE. of A,. jrs w Ä? sa bv, WHEELWRIGHTINd ' n ,S! kä "äk, ksue. 'ir""-?» FLOUR AND FEED STORE, I-V-ed Silo.-«-, 8. W. srra,F, -i*is *8*5* S 1 OATS M) HICKS ANIl fe w. "S Di:ii;UVAIU: STEAK I..',, rsSS EK5SL liiliSs I of ! ",!, k, s bn of «SA liiiiilP A ^ I'iciilOirai liiaiilttttirnf Ä 2 j S 5 - .. . m. 5» Si —.inn.l«nl^i iiP I. way O-ly KlOlOr! BIÎKIÜ BI 3 KF!!! Æ: Ich in ■ ass ® 1 William siilvt-r, Jr., JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Conveyancer'& «cneral Agent. smns x Loiaiv, a f I juav, OIK M; lust rnAHuimliii) m instantly «» BLA( -KS.M IT1I ING?" J ritAcrn 1 1. islacksmitil SSSSfSÄK m ÄSu Ä [dec-174 f pü «ÄiÄSlf Eg 'SK; m T. J. BENNETT'S G™" m rssa A CTS A JOURNEYMAN ÄiBÄÄ-^S SSI gîksræâïïs •puis?