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HO THtTH CABOtilH A ..SJENTINiaiL.
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The dinner party seemed to enjoy on ngsieum engine as nymg line a oaioon mrougu - . U;nBiu3 ui umijfimicsjjci -j. ...
rat which intrinsic worth and agreeable par-jthe air, shall ever become anything more than hour! Let us seeat this rate we reach Man-4sick list, and during the . passage from theregTTJT
Urination' could vield. When the feast was!Ja caricature may be doubted; but such have Chester in n hour, Birmingham in three hourshere the number has never been less than ihir-f JjjJ
over the rat retired, and the child returned withljbeen the achievements of science and art within London," Edinburgh, or Glasgow, in six hoursjty-hve. We buried several men at Bataviajahe Old
. .;.r.;An m the house. The only the last three nuarters of a centurv. that it & and you raay glide alone with this bird-likeland sad to tell four or five on our passage there-lfcorner;
II 1 . l ..i - . ... r. mi j ., . I ii ; ' ill
reallv difficult to fix anv limits to their future jspeed with as little discomfort as if you werefrom
To lustifv us in pronouncing anyTsi'IV""5 " ur arm-cnair, reaamg a volume oiiicoiupmnit
without ceremony.the one witWpoonand; -'Jf . V?.' J?? ' - . W ' f?l flB W 5 W f T& Tft
he other with a nose each at his own division x x itwuo ur ouiCivni aisu mC omncgi iuu miw, auuunven oy iue ujb.. yj a
Mffood ' 11 Whether the caricatures which represent a most desperate coachman over the smoothest This is also a very sickly climate. Whileg ' 'wm---.
' ii ii i i m i - v-a imiih in r.iiiri'jnii i mir o a -v . a- i z,m v i w rr i a ii ii w m riiif air ei vt v min iiii urn vac'hHte v i v m j m w i .1
"AS just returned from IieW York
. now opening at his Store. V.B 'Jndu
County Wharf, two doonbelo?
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
Slioes, Hats, Saddles, and Briii
lino,,,, PI 1 J WT "11UleS.
Rope, Sxvedes, English, and Amerifin e
Iron, Wagon Boxes, Blacksmiths' Tool,
Nails, 6cc. 6cc. "uia,
NOW LANDING, FROM SCHR. JAMES MoN'Rqf
A few bbls. first quality family Flonr '
Boxes and half boxes Raisins,
Sacks of Salt,
Newark Cider, &c. &c.
pVll of which will be sold low for Cash or P
November 13th, 1832.
1 - vi
.;nh marred the harmony of the
occasion was an attempt of the visiter to take a
'ihrP.l from the portion which the other had
reserved for itself; but this aggression was me
on the part of the chil4 tpth gentle tap tef thej
pobn over the part used m taking snuff, and
the moderate reprimand keep on your own
side, rat" V
. 'Fcmvcrance ship. The Dalmatia, of Bos
tun, (America,) is now lying in the harbour, ofl
GreenocK. 1 ne captain statea to some genue
men, who waited upon him to make some in
quiries respecting the spread of temperance
- rtrlncinlea amons the seamen of America, that
IJ M. O .
lor the last three years no spirituous liquors
"Rarl "been used on- board: and that, from his
own exuerience. he was fully pursuaded they
weie quite unnecessary either for himself oil
Ijis men. He had never since tne time ue was
''in rflmmand of a vessel, a period of twelve
.vicars, had a e.rc.xv better behaved, or better able.
f ro discharge the duties incumbent upon them.
In stormy weather it was mscusium iu ucaiuuj
. , liot cotfee to the men, in place of ardent spirits ;jj
arid he had foimd it to answer all the purposes oil
ue laia'i ucujiugt) j v
rc. As a farther proof of the progress 01
- ;ilcb principles, lie mentioned that, in building1
tie Dalmatia, 60 persons had been employed,
j. and he was not aware of one glass of spirits
having been consumed on the occasion. The
mate, a relative of the owners, stated that the
iiame company had 25 vessels sailing on tern
perance principles, and that no difficulty was
ever found in obtaining men to enffaere on the
thincr impossible in machines, it ought to be irt
bpposition to some law of nature, and not mere
L 1 v 1 .
ly requiring an immense extent or aimcuit ap-
nl catinn nt nower. And so marvenous nave
been the inventions and discoveries in every
branch of science, and in all the arts, since the
beginning of .the last reign, that, if they had
oeen preuictcu j mucir men
would have thought the prophecy deserved to
rank with the Arabian story of the erection ofl
Aladdin's palace in a single night, r
When the pack horse with his bell was the
only means of conveying mercandise through
the land, and when the carrier conducted his
string of horses along tracks always made to
pass over the summit of the very highest hills,
the vision of a modern mail-coach glancing
through our valleys, on roads nearly as smooth
j i i i f i .
ana level as aDOwnng: green, and conveying!
goods and passengers at the rate of 11 or 12
miles an hour, would have been regarded "as the
work ol some supernatural beings, not clogged
.1.1 S .1 A . '
witn tne encumbrance ot mortal clay. A man
who should then have imagined that a distance
of four hundred miles could have been perform-!
ed in forty hours without difficulty or danger,
would have been thought worthy of a place;
amongst the philosophers of Laputa
A spinner at his wheel, twisting and twining!
the livelong day to make some paltry hartks ot
yarn, would have gazed at the interior of aMno-i
dern spinning mill where thousands ot spin
dles are whirled with incredible velocity, mo
ved by no power visible to the spectator, with
n snnerstitious conviction that the whole was
To tell him
express understanding of their being no spiri
fcious liquors provided on board, indeed, so
jCcneral is the practice of sailing vessels on this&he. work of unblessed powers.
priuciple,and so manifest the advantages, astolfthat the force which moved the mighty appara
?cavc .no, doubt on his mind that, ere Jong, itjjtus of the factory was earthly, yet that it was
w.milcr become universal. Correspondent olineither the force of men or horses, neither the
' ihn Scnttikh Guardian:--- iLtrentrth of a torrent nor the Dininsr winds of
- ww . mm n m. w
Centrifugal Force. A few weeks since we,
mentioned an instance of the bursting of a
,rr;tJcnnn iBPrl in ihp Jl. S. Armory in this
town, by which one of the workmen was se
! riouslv mtured, and that a death was occasion
ell at Danforth's works in Suffield, by a smilarl
accident. Another accident of the same char
' acter recently occurred at Pomeroy's gun fac
tbrv m Pitlsficld, by the bursting of a large
grindstone, weighing 2100 pounds, which was:
Varied' fmm this town a few weeks since.
When the stone was hung for use, it was,' as
I . was supposed thoroughly tested, by being made
r revolve with great rapidity before the work-'
- i.iPfi Anmmciipwl ffrindinr upon it, and it was
supposed, from the experiment made,-to be
' safe. But while one of the workmen was 'en
gaged in grinding a bayonet upon it week be
fore last, the stone flew in two parts, one oi
- which .weighing about 1000 pounds, ? went up
through the floor overhead, fell upon the man
.. work, and crushed him instantly. His namelS
' we have pot learned. These cases of the im
irjeiise power of the centrifulgal force show that
.nrpjit. caution is necessary in using such large
-stones, which acquire a most trclnendous mo
- in.eatnoi wiiile rapidly revolving.
' . Springfield Gaz.
Turkish cure for Founder in Horses. Let
heaven, but nothing more or less than the steam
f boiling water, would only have excited his
indignation at the boldness of the imposture
ivhich it was attempted to palm upon him.
To show to one of those disorderly persons
The dysentery has been the principal
At half past y the eve of the first
the Diamond Poets, without being disturbed byllof May, Mr. N. K. G. Oliver, the Commodore's,
o;n.i. , . , . , i tr- t id riiori rt tnp rnnsnmniinn . hp trac
Occi c fcai , " 1 "
buried the next day, a few minutes past eleven
in the forenoon, with the honors of war. A
subscription was then raised for Mr. Oliver's
children; he has left eight behind him. The
sum of two thousand and eighty-two dollars was
raised for them by the crew, Mr. Urier, the!
Phanlain succeeds Mr. Oliver. Com. Downes
nrave one hundred dollars.
The climate is extremely enervating, and in
disposes one for effort. The sick list is gradu
ally diminishing, and we are getting into a more
Mav 18. 9 o'clock. A. M. "Land ahead
h.as been reported from the mast head. It
what is termed the Asses1 Ears, tt is not ye
visible from the Quarter deck. We are sailing
along at the rate of 5 knots the hour.
May 19. I am now on the borders of the
'Celestial Empire.' Yesterday afternoon we
were boarded by some Chinese; thev were pi
lots; so that by the good management of one
we were able to drop our anchor abreast of Ma
:ao city, this morning about 2 o'clock abou
o, tne commodore seni a ooaiasnore ior news
it returned about three hours afterwards. I
appears that our American ships are all at Lin
tin. The Commodore got under way according
iy and will come to an anchor shortly, off Lin
tin; he thinks this by far, a safer anchorage than
Macao, in case we should have a Typheon.
Fhere is a ship coming down from Whampoa,!
bound to Philadelphia ; 1 shall consequently send'
tins by her. We are truly in a new world, and
are surrounded by hundreds of Chinese Junks
nd fishing boats. Theappearance of the coun
try has however, as yet, been very barren.
We shall not, probably, stay here longer than
a single jolt; nay, I believe it would not be diffi
cult to write; If the length of the journey made
it worth wfcile, 1 should expect to see rail road
coaches httjd up with libraries and escrutoiries;
out u win soon be nearly useless to take up a
book for soshort a lournev as one or two hun
But if a speed of thirty miles an hour has a!-l
, . . , . . i i
ready been attained, what good reason is tnerei
that we should not in process of time accom
plish sixty jiiles per hour? Nay, why should
we stop thee? I am not bold enough to anti
cipate the time when coaches will supersede
the telegrapb, but 1 may reasonably expect toi
see them leaving the carrier pigeon behind.
On a weJl-constructed. railway, like that be
tween Liverpool and Manchester, there is less
langer in moving at the rate of JO miles per hour
than there is in travelling at the : rate of ten
:niles perhur on a turnpike road. On the rail
vay there is not a single turn, and scarcely a
single inequality ; in these respects the engineer
has boldly apd wisely aimed at perfection, there
is thereby ncurred what many regard an extra
vagant expense. The chief sources ot danger
in travelling rapidly on turnpike roads are, first
hills; second, turnings on the road: third, un
ruly horses: fourth, meeting other horses. Not
me of these dingers exist on the railway, and
therefore it is difficult to limit the speed at which
we may travc' with safety.
Cincinnati, October 20.
Completion of the Ohio Canal. This magni
ficent work is now completed. From M. T.
Williams, Esq. Canal Commissioner, we have
derived the information that the Canal Boat,
UChilicothe, Capt. Knapp, arrived at Portsmoutl
on Monday, the 15th inst. with her clearance
from Cleaveland. A celebration of the event,
at' Portsmouth, was contemplated, but the pre
vailing alarm of the Cholera prevented it. Th
flbe a proud epoch in the history of Ohio. Ju
who return from taverns after the hour of cur-f3even vears have been occuDied in its construe
few and who of old were wont to grope throughjtion Qn the 4th of July, 1625, the distinguish
the Egyptian darkness of our streets to theirget- and lamented Dewitt Clinton, struck th
own houses, the splendidly illuminated streetsHurst spate into the soil, on the located route o
of London or Liverpool, he would be blindedHfhe Canal, at the Licking Summit, in the 0
with light and fancy himself in. the hall of Pan
demonium, lit up 'by subtle magic,' with bla
zing cressets of naphta and asphaltos. If .he
could understand that these brilliant stars 01
light proceeded from an invisible vapor, which
circulated for miles under the streets, he would
be only the more perfectly convinced that he
had gone prematurely into the lower world.
Since the Invention of printing, the power ol
man to disseminate knowledge, has been in
creased almostbeyond calculation. Even with-!
in the last thirty years a prodigious augmenta-
tion has taken place in this power. Before
the improvement of Earl Stanhope, from J to
1.1 .! ..1
41H) sheets might be printed per hour at tnef
O M ,
press; the steam press which now works the
Times newspaper, prints four thousand sheets.
Derhour. or more than a sheet per second. It:
may be easily proved, that to write by hand the
number of newspapers circulated by the Times,
tcr from Commodore Porter American Charge! daily, would require a million and a half scribes;
fes Affaires at Constantinople, to the Lditor otllyet lhev are printed with ease by about tw
. - a.. : i . ii ' j '
iHa Srwrfintr Magazine On the curious treat
bnent of Founder in Horses, by Turkish Veter
Vncient Cielerdon, Kadi Kinny, Ap. 21. 1 832.
i)ear SirThers axe fow sailors who are
S jedo-cs of horse flesh and J make no preten-I
. bipns to that sort of knowledge. 1 am going!
However, to relate what I have seen; If it is
wctrth knowing, it is well; if not, it is the easi
i;t thins iu the world to throw this in the lire.
Sometime ago I bought a very good horse in
tjie bazaar, for which 1 paid ouu piastres, or
r0 dollars. .Sorae thought he was dear at that
price, as you may ior o or u piasiret-s, uuy
here sUch ahorse as no gentleman need be asham
'd to mount ; however, I was much pleased with
my i bargain On my removal from. Buyer-
dine Hp this place, tho horse was rode very
liardl and on his arrival at Top 1 liana, a dis
lancclpf 14 or 15 miles, was permitted to stand
iu the- cold wind and rain two hours, without
beinfT rubbed down or walked about; conse
.qu.cntly he became foundered iu the right leg,
that he could scarcely walk.
I, sent for a Turkish farrier, the one who at-
jjeuds the Sultan's horses. He immediately
pvoiiotmced the horse toundered, and said he
must be bled in tne insiae oi-uie uiseased leg
. He nllta nipper on:his nose to keep him stea
y, then took up the left leg, and crossing it
over the ngntj gave ii iu uu. mwimam ; ne
ihpn struck his laucet into me vein a mue a-
hove the fetlock joint and took from it thre
irid a half pounds ot blood me vent Dieu very
Tin now said he had taken enough; he
the verv opposite side ot the leg
and striking his lancet into a vein above
'p, mint, a single drop ol blood exuueu, am
itbtnatandthe first opened vein instantly
' ..'oased bleeding. There may be no.novelty in
this, but it realv astonished me to find that open
i)vr 4wo veins. in the same nmDwouiu siop uui
irom bleedings such, however, is the fact, for
- witnessed it.
He desired that the horse should rest the nex
lay, that he should then be rode with great vio
lence until he was in a profuse perspiration,
xhe diseased limb then to be rubbed with wet
salt, to which I added a pint of hot brandy,)
men ruDDeq dry and walked about until coOI,
nd covered withT blankets ; and the same .pro
cess to be repeated next dav. wWh was done.
and all lameness disappeared the horse, the
tmra uayoimerubbing, was perfectly well.
.A Family. -in the papers of Great BritaiiJ
.t is customary to pubhsh births. In one ofl
these records we tu.athe follovin o t
;eu.t:-0uthe lth inst.Mr. Samuel Matthew-0
lozen men. Such is the effect of a skilful di
vision of labor, that a debate of eight or ten
bours duration in the House of Commons, may
be fully and ably reported, printed, and pub-
ished so as to be read in London, within three
Ior four hours after its termination, and . sixty
mile distance from the metropolis, before the
peakers of the previous night have risen from
In navigation, as in printing, invention slum
bered lor centuries, and then suddenly awoke
in the wondrous steam vessel, bteam navipa-
tion is probably yet in its infancy, vet it has al-
reauy enecieu an usuuiiisiiui extension ot 111-1
tercourse between' all parts of the British IslesJ
the widely separated towns and territoires of the!
I T . 1 Cj.i .1 1 Li .t . . -I
uimeu oiaicts, auu several oi me countries Oil
Europe. It was not uncommon a dozen years
ago, to wait in this port for even days arid weeks
before a vessel could sail to Ireland ; and often
have vessels been detained in the Channel days
and even weeks by calms or adverse winds. By
the steam packets we pass daily and with cer
tainty in a single night from Liverpool to Dub
lin; and they operate as bridges connecting th'
sister island with England. Calms do not re
tard their flight over the waves; adverse tides!
Sand winds, though they somewhat impede, can-
--i - .-I w . . . -,
not arresi ineir progress, lnsnnci witn pow
er, 4 they walk the waters like a thing of life."
By their aid the voyage to India will proba-i
bly be made, ere many years have elapsed.!
scarcely a more formidable thing than a journey
rom London to Scotland was a century ago.
Such are a few of the more striking inven
tions and lmnrnvpmpnts nf mnrlprn timp Yi
invention is not exhausted. "These seem to
be but the commencement of an endless series
and the late experiments of locomotive carria
-TPS On nnr r-.il.T ....
.nay, gives us quite a new l ea
ol what science and art my vet do to quicken
the transport of travelW l , A ,!
me iana. inough the idea of movitirr a rr
nage by a mechanical' nowpr i
absolutely new, yet it has u s
. ,J . us never been surrpss-i
,uny reuueeu jo practice till our day; animate!
tober following active operations commenced
which, under the direction of an able and patri
otic Board of Cjommissioncrs, have been pro
secuted to complete success.
l ne wnoie Jengtii oi tne unio ianai is jus
tnree hundred and ten miles. In the greate
part oi its course, it passes through the mos
fertile and populous districts of the State. Ot
that portion of it which was first completed.
marked and, apparently, permanent prosperity
io exhibited. Villagce, teaming with liihabi
tants, alive with enterprize, and uieseiuln rtc!
scenes of bustle and business, now decorate i!
banks, whose sites, four and five 'years sine
were not rescued from the gloom of the wilder
ness. An uninterrupted water communicatio
now exists from this city, in common with a:
the western towns, situated on the Ohio Rive;
to New York. In anticipation of this, a lar
luahtity of merchandize, we understand, de
ined for Cincinnati and Louisville, has bee:
shipped at New York, and is now afloat on the
Ohio Canal. Ohio Republican.
power, applied either externally or internally,
has always been used for the purposes of loco
motion, iu piauc a sieam engine on rKl.,
and to make it move both itself and an addi'
a-. l :u K1A .
. Z 1 A . . ' iiiaifi
essays weie tiuuj auu unpromising, and even
,n iVta nrpcpn t tl m P Jl miir,n v.
ul j,,,. . . j miuviuiic nas npvpr
been seen in operation which was calculated
for the rapid, conveyance either of passengers
The nerformance of the Rocket and Novpltv
i rr i , i'aivuc v -M Mr . . J
in: sen. Ot 1 Oberagnew, UDwanlc r o,,lrlon ennr tn our drowsv imao-inntinnc
-" "r ' . -. . " J ' IU VP.ar!lKHC a auuuv," .j,. -j
mi- vyr - - win theji"emseives. inese engines nun an meir-ap-We have been now thirty-seven days from Ba
iiiyiuci, iy iictrains, eiuuiuvci iuc cm u oi w v c uiau wuuuici.avia, and
Anecdote of Benjamin' Franklin. "Not
mg after Benjamin Franklin had commenced
Editor of a newspaper, he noticed- with consid
arable freedom the public conduct of one or
Uvo influential persons in Philadelphia. This
circumstance was regarded by some of hispa-
.roi.s with disapprobation, and induced one ol
:iem to convey to Franklin the opinion of his
i ieuds with regard to it. The Doctor listened
with patience to the reproof, and begged the
favour of his friend s company at supper, on
jaa evening which he named ; at the same timt
equesting that the other gentlemen who wer.-
iissatisfied with him should attend. The Do
tor received his guests cordially, -his editorial
conduct was canvassed, and some advice given.
Supper was at last announced, and the guesir
invited to an adjoining room. The table wa:-
only supplied with two puddings, and a ston
nitcher of water. All were helped, nom
uld eat but the Doctor. lie partook freeh
; the pudding, and urged his friends to do ii
a.ie; but it was out of the question the
tasted and tried in vain. When their host sav.
the difficulty was unconquerable, he rose tin
i rested them, " My friends, any one wb
un subsist upon saw dust pudding and water,
as I can, needs no man' patronage." Wc
-"7iV Annals of Philadelphia'.
Extracts of a letter to the Editors of the Dai
v Advertiser dated on board the United State
"May 17, 1832. We are now very near th
Celestial Empire," and shall shortly be at Can
m- 1 1
ton. It would give me pleasure to enter into
some details, respecting Batavia, but I can only
make a few remarks on this head at present.
became acquainted with the Rev. W. H. Med
hurst, an English Missionary stationed at tha
place, and went with him one day to witness th
celebration of a heathen and superstitious rite
that of the Chinese passing through a fire o
living coals with their bare feet. 1 was so muc
excited on the occasion, mat i nave hardly re
covered from it yet. There were upwards
two thousand people present, and all
spectators ot the ceremony; some on trees
others in booths and temporary .stagings.
must give you a description oi it at some iuture
Jay. These fooJs when sick, olten make vows
that if they recover they will pass through th
fire. . Thi ceremony occurs only once a year
It was for Ihe purpose ol penorming those vow
that the scene 1 witnessed took place. Th
fire was about twelve feet in diameter and would
roast a laige ox. On another occasion I wen
with Rev. Mr. M. to witness what is called th
Feast of tie Tombs. This occurs only once .a
year. Every child who survives his parents!
visits their graves, and presents various kinds!
f if i . 1 1 . .1 . m
n onerings io uieir ueparieu spirits. 1 hey
aiso nave lariat; uuumcs ui guueu paper in
front of the tombs. 1 his is lor the purpose
of defraying the expenses ol the departed spir
its. tney nrmiy oeneve, wiai mis gut pape
melts, and is converted into money in the othe
There was every kind of theatricals iroin
on upon the occasion. It seemed like a grand
fair, unlike, however, any thing 1 ever sa,v be
fore. Every thing would remind one of prim
If you have ever read the "Arabian Nights?
. .1 M- . 1 f
vou will have some idea oi tne scene; lor t
this day it seems more like a dream than a re
I mm m 1 i -mr
alitv. I can hardly believe mat 1 witflesse
such a scene. The whole of it was to me pue
rile in the extreme; most of all, the music. The
Hottentots would excel them. They had gongs,
kettle drums, dulcimers, and trumpets. Bull
there was no regular time played. It wa3 all
ridiculous, barbarous largon
We left Batavia on the tenth ult. and have;
had thus far a tedious and unpleasant passage.
J l he Vincpnnes was only fifty-five days m go
Mr. 1. Iiorton James, a highly respectable
nerchant, who has recently returned from a
voyage round the world, has addressed A
Letter to a NciMe Lord on the importance
settling the Sandwich and Bonin Island, in tht
North Pacific Ocean, on the plan of a Proprie
ory trovernment; together with Hints on the
Probability, in that case, of introducing British
.uanmaciures into tne great empire ot Japan,
Which there is much curious and entirely
novel information relating to these islands. In
relation to thk King and Queen of the Sam
wich Islands, resident a few years ago in En-
land, and recognized by the authorities of this
country, he observes, " The persons at present
kalled King and Queen, Madame Boki, and the
whole of the black tribe, being very little remo-'
ved above the natives oi New Holland and Van
Dieman's Land. And there never was finch
ridiculous and laughable piece of humbug as
was practised upon the English people, when
these drunken blackguards under the name ol
I I f - .1 d m m
rving ana vtueen, were introduced here into
polished society in England, and waited upon
by the junior branches of the British nobility !
Madame Boki. may be seen in a state ofnudity,
every day in her straw hovel in Woahoo,
beastly drunk; a quart or botlie of strong raw
Irum, in the course of the morning, being nothing
to her. it, then, this woman, who, it must be
admitted, is the hiffhest nerson hv birth, man.
ners, dress, fcc. among the native chiefs of all
the Islands, notwithstanding the good example
CHARLES sZTo I
MAS just returned from New York, and
opening at his Store on the Old p Jl.
Wharf, a general assortment of
DR Y GOODS,
Hardware and Crnrlu
A GOOD ASS OR I'M KNT - r
Gentlemen's Fashionable Hats
Blacksmith's and Cooper's Tool
IR ON AJSD SI EEL,
25 pieces Cotton -Bagging, Bale Rope,
1 5 kegs Goshen Butter,
15 casks Cheese,
30 kegs Nails, &c. &c.
fewbern, 9th Nov. 832.
S. &, J. BATTLE.
I AVE returned from New York, and are
now openingat their Store on Pollok
treei, two doors West of Mr. Simpson's eci
ler, an assortment of
CUTJLEHY, fec. dc.
AMONG WHICH ARE
Rose and Point Blankets,
Plaid and Camlet Cloaks,
Bombazetts, Ladies Camlet,
White and Red Flannels,
Calicoes, Cambric, Jaconet & Book Muslin
Browr4&-bleach'd Sheetings 6l Shirting?,"
Plaid 'and strip'd Domestics,
Spun Yarn (well assorted)
Fur and Wool Hats and Caps,
- Ladies' Calf and Morroco Shoes
Do. Prunella and Bronzed do.
Men's coarse Shoes and Brogans,
A good assortment of Cotton Bagging
and Bale Rope.
Rum, Whiskey, and Brandy.
Imperial and Hyson Teas
Lump and Brown Sugars,
1 Jest Goshen Butter, Cheese,
Castings, wrought and cut Nails,
Swedes and English Iron,
All of which they will sell low.
Nov. 9, 1832.
SYLVESTER'S, So. 130, 13K0AD
WAY, NEW YORK,
S Mammoth schemes are decided favontf?
with Sylvester's Patrons the "Ter
and ail luckv " takes this earlv opportunity oi
announcing that on the 12th of December nf it
another snlendid affair will be drawn
have not reached Canton yet. With
L'lti ,i . . iiuiiuiuvi oiflCUUlU olid
which she has had of a better state of thinffs.lii-.:.i
during her temporary residence in the Adelphi,y 40.000. ft lOOOO. ft .000- ft 3.160, 20 of
s so bad and abandoned, what can be supposed; ennnn onennn ac r&?n0.
of the others who have not had such advanta-Sr -d: rr- i a in shares
ges 1 1 he demi-civihzed chiefs of the islands,g TQ orlion
I have no hesitation in sayincr, are infinitelvfe m. . ?rP,ir !? u..i.r:tpr ned
.1 1 . r,5Si ine "ever ana an itiCKy pyi-
worse than any savages I have ever seen m allLt ,-.m;,i k; mLa. that roorepn-
the Pacific Ocean ; and it- - mortifying to an&ir: " T- AV IT anv other
wm 1 m m -a.
Hingnshman s leeimgs, that he should not con
sider himself on his own soil, when he is tread
ing those islands, so dearly purchased by the
blood of the greatest navigator that ever lived.
JAMES W. SMITH
1 rUfT ASopened his usual fall supnlvof Dffl
LUiJL GrOODS, GROCERIES. waptTJ
j ,t auj,, oc. ana is now ready to furnish
customers with most articles they may want
at prices to please them. Hp
iparucuiany me toiiowing articles, viz:
Hats, Shoes, Cotton Bagging,
Bale Rope, Iron,
Butter; Clieese, and Liquors.
.Ne.bern, 9th Nor. 1832.
tao a h.o iiHiia than at an T
venders in the United States. Within the J
r .1. 1 1 i i jrov.ront Patrons.
2 prizes of 830,000,2 of 820,000, 4 of
and inumerable others of leser noie.
The mammoth now advertised offers a
favorable opportunity for buying by the p
age BUT LITTLE CAN BE LOST ' 11
may be gained and Sylvester win
discount of 10 per cent, when a paring
quantity is taken a more liberal
than can be obtained elsewhere.
All orders addressed to S. J. Sylvester, 1J
Broadway, New York, are sure to mee
The Reporter. Counterfeit Detector, & .
DUblished na usual, everv Wednesday ee,n Jh
!and is given or sent gratis to all who deal
A Lottery will be drawn in flew
every We4nelay:,.until th.8thrDee-';
tHE subscribers have formed a copartner-
ship under the firm of S. fc J. BATTLE
for the purpose of transacting a nwrcantile
SAML. G. RATTLE,
JNO. A. M. BATTLE.
Ncwbern, Oct. 1832.