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IMPQ2TAVT IJESPATCIIES TO
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JlJHorr SrjilcwhrW, P. M.
The. cJitor of the Baltimore Sun have
received the following interesting letter
from their correspondent on board the
IJ. S. Frigate Cumberland, dated t Point
S?p!einbcr C, 184G.
The de-patches brought by the Legarc
were sent up to Vera Cruz with a flag of
Irnee. on the oni oi "i
j nun 3 J iatcly forwarded to the city
On Fridr.y, the 4 th of September, a-
" V . . . . c
il.j.r of truce, visited the commodore, ana
"'fi"1 . . .
the bearer of the despaetches presented
,4 tl.A rn.vMtKs I A I
the answer of his government, the con
tents of which svre not known positively,
. . i i . , , l .
DHt it is rumorcu inai me .Mexicans o?
tr.orcd that the Mexicans ue-1
,. ... .
ring or sending a Minister to
.. p, ... , c,
States, until the United Sta,es .
the United St;
wttliaraw ail their (orce trom the country,
by land uiJ sea. The bearer of the Mex- ;
icau despatches was a young naval Lieut- .
nant, accompanied by an Lnjhsh gentle-
man as mterprcter. ;
The Princeton immediately received :
sailing orders, and should have sailed yes-:
lerday, but she was detained bv a Court:
Martial pending on board the Steamer,
an,l W offirprs forming nart nftlie Court. !
However it was fortunate, for about 6 P. j
owever it was fortunate, for about 6P.i-llUi'V ' , . a
I. 3-csterday, another despatch arrived j h name of J homas, mm Marv
om Mexico, and the Princeton will no i land. Ihey all have joined McCnlloch,
-,.,!. .;i i,t. l .nt Pnrvnfp i who is expected up at Saralvo in three or
flouht. sail to-day. Lieut. Purviance )
goes in the Princeton as a bearer of des- j
patches to Washington, and she will no,
iloubt await Ins return at rensacoia. i j
liave no doubt they were of the utmost j
i-oort-jno nnA will fillinr nut n ston In
the war or call for more active measures
on the part of the naval force at all e
yents, the Potomac sailed last Monday
for Pcnsacola; her crew being very bad
with the survy.
The commodore has received a letter
from Capt. Carpenter, of the Truxton.
lie writes from luxnen. lie says that
the health of the officers and crew is ex-j
relleut that they are well treated by the ! the afternoon oi the 31st. at 4 o clock.
Mexicans, and their private property res-( The Arab, it will be recollected, is the
lccteii. His letter is written subsequent ; v if el which conveyed Santa Anna to
to the destruction of the bri, so that the Vera Cruz. She got rground at the Pass
officers of the Princeton were deceived by j in eight feet water, but it was supposed
the soldiers, at the mouth of the river, ! would be easily got oil. She is expected
who informed them that our prisoners had! "P l the city this morning, where fhe
been sent to Tasnpicn. j is to undergo some slight rcpai-s. She
I perceive the New Orleans papers , encenntered !vcry rough weather on her
have notparcd the squadron for our abor- passage hither, and proved herself a fine
tion, as Uiev call it, at Alvarado; but the j boat. The Uritish sloop of war Dar
CommoJore,I have no doubt, has fully in.', arrived at Vera Cruz on the 2d inst.,
justified bis conduct to the Department. ' from the Ibdize. We learn from a com
Bat failures in time of war are productive nn-rcinl house that the Arab left Vera
of many little soubriquets that are long j Cruz at short notice, and few letters or
reincmWreJ, and Commodore Alvarado j papers were received by her.
Conner is as indelibly placed, upon our The most important news by the Arab,
list of Post Captains, as if he was thus I torches the arrival of Santa Anna at Vera
baptised in all the churches of Christen-1 Cruz. On this point we are able to
lom. However should the war be pros-! speak upon the authority of Mr. O'N'eil,
ecuted with vior, I have no doubt he e of the owners of the Arab, who made
will give us all plenty Jo do; but nothing !
will be done until the return of the Prince- j
ton. I have no doubt the despatches
uill be published in a few days after the I
r . t - i .1 !
receipt oi mis so you must ie on the
qui vive. iNO more oi importance.
P. S. The Court Martial on board the
St. Mary's, convened for the purpose cf
trying a seaman by tiie name of Johnson,
for striking the first lieutenant. Mr. Ta)--lor
has not made any public decision
Latest fe ofii tlic Army.
TIIE MOVEMENTS OF TIIE
The steamer Sea, Capt. Jenkins, ar
rived yesterday afternoon from Drazos
Santiago, via Port Lavacca and Galveston.
She left the Brazes on the Clh instant,
nnd Galveston on the Cth. Among the
passengers she brought to this city were
Mnj. McRea of the army and thirty dis
charged volunteers. She also brought
three companies to Indian Point, who are
to proceed to San Antonio to join Gen.
The U. S. steamer Telegraph, Capt.
Auld, from this port, arrived at Brazos
Santiago on the 5th inst. N. O. Pic.
CorrofpnnJence of ihe N'cw Orlcens Bee.
Camargo, August 31st, IS 1G.
Gentlemen: "Thus far into the bow
els cf the land have we marched on with
out impediment." The First Brigade,
tinder General Worth, is now well on to
Montery, and the second, under Col. P.
F. Smith, and Third, under Col. Garland,
are expected soon to follow. Capt. May.
with the Second Dragoons, and Major
Monroe, with the Artillery, are to move
forward in the same direction. These,
with the Tcxrns, Ohio and Kentucky vol
unteers, all under the command of Old
Rotia'i and Ready, will constitute an ef
fecJve force of T5C0 men. But a por
tion of these, however, will proceed to
Monterey, the remainder will be station
ed at different posts in the rear, to guard
them and preserve a communication with
the supplies. This is not a pleasant ser
vice for those v. hoare"eagerfor the fray,"
but it can't be helped.
The want of proper means of ljml
transportation is severely felt; .'although
General Tavlor Ins an effective force of
nearly fifteen thousand men, not a single
additional wagon has yet arrived, and the
conveyance of baggage and accoutrements
is effected exclusively by mules, of which
fome 1.50O or 2,000 have been hired or
purchased from the Mexicans.
You have doubtless learned ere this,
that on the 2i;h. General Worth arrirved
i t the town of Sub.Io, some TO mile? d:-t-irj?,
an J the-e awaits the arrival of the
is here with 350 rccn to rnnrd ths pub
lic stores. Gen, Taylor t3 confident of
reaching Monterey by the 1 5 th Septem
ber, and by the 1st October, will probably
be at S-ltillo, sixty miles from Monterey.
He anticipates no resilience to bis pro
gress to the former place. We liearthat
there nic some three or four thousand
Mexican soldiers at Monterey, the com
mand of Mejia, but they are wholly inef
ficient, and scarcely kept together by
force. They will disperse at the first ru
mor of our approach, or I am seriously
F. F. C.
Punt a Aouda, Aug, 31, 1846.
I have this moment arrived at this
place, nd am off in a few moments for
Scndvo; but cn opportneity of sending
down by Capt. Sibley induces me to give
yen a line.
Gen. Smith is encamped here on high
end beautiful ground, and with a clear
stream of water running directly past.
The health of the command at prcsnt
soinc -r rrn nr rich! iMinflrwi -is exeel-
, , , r . - . . .i
lent. r:id from tha nosi ion of trie camp
it must continue so. Capt. bianc'iara, oi
the Louki, ma company, toils me that he
, , , 1 ;...
has not a mun who is reali tick.
. ,: r-r. Ror-.lvn In-
A jrentleman just m Irom ocraivo lu
r e , , . ; . . . it, ,-..-, --.-
forms me lliai tin ini. escort u.c.c v -
ijal iJje M(,A;(..,,:3 wouiti mn,e a buhl
, m.ltpv. One thin? is certain.
a, lJ;c randero )esiers ii;ive drawn uff
ihdr force? jn that jireotioil; T,ere are
geverd r,rnu;2ej b:ullis of n,bbcrs on the
nia(Js jn 0lhjs neighborhood, but as yet
ih have nt he lcmer;y t0 aU'ck
My companions-there are only three
of c.n are Col. Fitzp-cUnck, young
Muwon, ol .New Orleans, and a gentle
wno 13 expectea up
G. U Iv.
ARRIVAL OF THE ARAB SANTA
ANNA'S ADMISSION AT VERA
C R U Z CONFINEMENT OF
PA REDES AT PEROTE NEW
1 ' R ON L N C I A M E N TO FOR PAR
The P.ritifch steamship Arab arrived off
the llalize the night of Wednesday last,
the Oili inst, having left Vera Cruz ou
the voyage from
Anna. The Gen
Jiavanna witn ianta
eneral had previously as-
turd ..r. () Ne,! that there would not be
an occasion to run the b'fn u.e tnat
. . . , .1 ...... .1.1 K . . '. 4 ., t .
the vessel would be permitted to enter
wiiliout any diliicnlty. v non the Arab
arrived off Vera Cruz, they descried the
St. Mary's and the Arab immediately bore
r.pforher. The St. Mary's sent a boat
to the Arab, with a first lieutenant on
board. Upon reaching her he encounter
ed Gen. Almonte, whom he recognized,
with whom he exchanged salutations.
Ily General Almonte the lieutenant was
conducted to Gen. Santa Anna, who was
lying in his berth quite ill. Then a short
interview took place, and when the lieut.
reappeared on deck, he gave the owners
permission to Tass the blockade.
An account received by a commercial
house represents that the suite of Santa
Anna evinced much emotion and even
alarm, when boarded, but that the general
himself was perfectly calm, and apparent
ly expected the vi.-it. Ii is further ad
ded that the General delivered a letter to
the officer who boarded the boat, which
produced the disircd eff-ct.
Recurnr.g again to Mr. O'Xcil's com
munication to us and here we beg to
acknowledge his ex'remc courtesy wz
learn when Santa Anna knded he was
received but by a few friends that the
reception was not a public one, and that it
was not marked by much enthusiasm:
Santa Anna himself was evi lcutly disap-!
pointed by the reception . given to him. '
1 1 is health continued infirm up to the
time of the departure of the Arab. He
wr.s able,bovevcr after his arrival,lo enter
tain at n public dinner at the palace in
A era Cruz, a large number of civil digni- '
taries and military officers. At the din
ner a more favorable disposition was man
ifested towards the General and there was
some appearance ofenthusiaism.
Subsequently, on hi? way to the capi
tal, be stopped at his hacienda, El Encer
ro. in the vicinity of Jalapa, where he re
mained up to the latest accounts received
from him. He would leave there for the
city of Mexico at the very earliest mo
ment his health would permit. '
That his presence in the field may be
urgently required, is manifest from anoth
er important fact w hich we learn by this
arrival. The army stationed at San Luis
Potosi has declared again in favor of
Praedes ! Paredes, by the way, is a
prisoner in the Castle of Perote, as was
rumored when the Daring left Vera Cruz.
The declaration of the army at San Luis
in favor of Paredes was generally believ
ed in the city of Mexico when Mr.
O'Neil left there, and we learn by a com
mercial letter from Vera Cruz that it was
also fully credited there.
Mr O'Neil ..represents that it is-ex
tremely difficult to arrive al any . conclu
sion t-s to the state of popular feeling in
regard to the different aspirants foT pow
er in Mexico. Among commercial men,
and in fact among all classes not immedi
ately connected with the military, the- ut
most apathy and indifference appear to
The day the Arab left, a flag of truce
was sent ashore by Commodore Conner,
and the same occurrence had taken place
on two or three occasions previously.
We hare of course, no clue to the com
munications interchanged, but as the
Daring arrived at the mouth of the river
the day prior to the Arab's departure, it
was conjectured that the Commodore
might have received by her communica
tions which controlled his conduct. N.
O. Pic. 1 1th inst.
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irtrdt lilt ttt.
ARRIVAL OF TUB CAMBRIA.
15 DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE,
riikluaiioiis in the Flour JJavkct Great de
mand for InJian Meal Advance in Cotton
Improvement in the Iron Trade, &.c. &c. ,
rCorrcspondcncc of the Baltimore Sun.
Boston, September 18, 18-16.
The steamer Cambria arrived at her
wharf, in Boston, this (Friday) morning,
after a passage of 13 days and a half.
She brings 113 passengers, and amongst
them I observe the names of the Hon.
Washington Irving, our Minister to Spain:
B. Manor, bearer of despatches; and the
renowned Cruikshank, whose skill and
humor as a caricaturist, arc familiar all
over the world.
I have received your file of papers, and
make such extracts for telegraphic use as
I think will be most acceptable to your
readers, as of leading importance, in a
mercantile and general point of view.
The grain harvest in England is over,
the crop has been gathered, and it seems
to be gmerallv admitted that it will be an
average one. The late heavy storms
have somewhat impaired the bright hopes
of the early summer.
The Potato crop it is alleged, and ap
pears to be believed, is a failure in all
parts of the country, and in the prospec
tive loss of this staple of course public
attention turns with more interest to the
corn meal of the United Slates.
The Bank of England has lowered its
rate of discount to 3 per cent., an indica
tion of course, that money is still more
plentiful in London, notwithstanding the
Joseph Henry, the poor mono-maniac
who fired a couple of pistols at Louis
Piiiliippe, the King of France, was sen
tenced to work in the galleys for life; thus
failing to realize his declared purpose, in
the commission of the act, which was
that he might be executed, as he was
weary cf life.
The Conservative parly have elected
their President and Vice President of the
French Chambers, by a large majority.
The British Iron trade has sensibly im
proved in consequence of the passage of
the new American tariff; a fact that will
be gratifying to the American Iron trade,
as it must tend greatly to relieve any ex
cess of apprehension that may have been
thoughtlessly and foolishly engendored.
The American provision market is in a
Parliament had been prorogued on the
Her Driianic Majesty's ship of the line
America had arrived with six millions of
dollars in specie, collected on the West
coast of Mexico, and in Peru and Chili.
From Cape of Good Hope, on the 18th
of May, we learn that 10,000 Caffres,
who had swarmed around Port Peddie,
were dispersed by artillery and rockets,
leaving a laiye number of them on the
field, dead. The firing having frightened
the cattle which were gathered beneath
the walls of the fort for protection, they
broke loose, and four or five thousand
were captured by the Caffres. On the
18th of June, a thousand Caffres were
surprised by several parties of British,
and defended themselves gallantly, but
several hundred were galloped over and
cut down in retreat.
The Queen of Spain is to marry her
cousin, the Duke de Cadiz, the eldest son
of the Duke of Montpensier.
A treaty of commerce between Prussia
end Denmark has-been published.
There is no change to note in Tobacco.
Flour was in demand at Havre. Sales
had been made at 32f. and 33f. to arrive.
On the first instant there was a fair de
mand for good Western Canal flour at
2fis. Cj. to 23. per barrel. The Wheat
market has been fluc'uating. It advanced
4s. per quarter on the 21th ult., and a
further rise took place. Subsequently,
the weather having changed for the belter,
and permitting the agriculturists to secure
their crops, purchasers being reluctant,
business nas dull on the 31st ult., wheat
having declined 2s. per quarter below the
rnte prevailing on that day week.
On the 1st inst, there was a fair demand
for W heat at former prices.
Indian corn was held at 27s. to 30s.
per quarter. There w;-.s much inquiry
for this article, and a firm at Limerick in
tended to send to the United Stales for a
Cotton since the 28th has been very
animated. Large lots have been sold at
a quarter of a cent, advance on some qua
lities. The advance is fully one eighth
of a cent on all descriptions. This was
occasioned by the accounts brought thy
the Hibernia that the crop would be late.
Ex-Goxerxor Bigger Dead. We
learn from the Indiana State Journal of
the 16th inst., that S amcel Bigger, late '
Governor of that State, died at Fort
Wayne the week previous, of congestive j
fever, having been eick biit a few days.
The Tray H Works.
' The Washington correspondent of the
Baltimore Patriot, under date of tb.3 4th
instant, writes :
"I understand that the Collector and
Deputy Collector of the port of Baltimore
came over here yesterday, with upwards
of 610,000 in gold and silver, to make a
deposite ol the same with the Treasurer
of the United States, in conformity with
the new subtreasury law. I am inform
ed tint the day was spent by five or six
clerks and messengers in counting the
money, which work was not completed
until some time to-day. It was a labori
ous task. And the same process will
have to be gone through with, I suppose
by all the Government officers who re
ceive the public money from impost or
post-office duties, all round about here
at Richmond, Fredericksburg-, Alexandia,
Norfolk, Annapolis, Goorgetown, r rcder
iektown, Winchester, Harper's Ferry,
Sic, as well as Baltimore. A nice busi
ness of receiving and counting the clerks
and messengers of the Treasurer's office
will have, sure enough ! What else can
they do ? Who will perform their other
duties? The fact is, new officers of re
ceivers and counters will have to be forth
with created by iaw, with hansome sala
ries for such responsible stations. Oh,
this Lccofoco subtreasury is a beautiful
Frjrn the Boston Atlas.
We give below returns from the great
er portion of the State, embracing nearly
the whole of all the Counties, except
Aroostook. They confirm the complete
rout and discomfiture of the Loco Foco
candidate for Governor, who is beaten, by
a majority against him of not less than
five thousand! In first district, 11am
mons, (Loco,) is probably elected, by a
bare majority. In the second, fourth,
fifth and sixth, now represented by Locos;
there is no choice. In the third, Hon.
Hiram Belcher is running ahead of the
Whig ticket, and is elected by a majority
of more than a thousand.
The Portland Advertiser thinks that
two Whigs are elected in Somerset, fonr
in Lincoln, and three in Kennebec. If so
with one in York, the Whigs will have
ten Senators. The Locos have probably
not elected more then seven or eight.
The political complexion of the House
will depend altogether upon the manner
in which the' vacancies are filled up at the
coming trials, which may be prolonged
through the year, even to the last day of
the session of the new Legislature. We
have returns of the election of 27 Whigs,
19 Locos, 1 Abolitionist, and 43 no
Dronson. Dana. Seat. Morse, Anderson. Seat.
23,033 28,900 8113 22,5G5 27,351 6001
Majority against Dana, 5110
Net locofoco loss
ELECTION IN VERMONT.
The Montpelier Watchman of Thurs
day has returns from all the towns but 21.
The votes for Governor are as follows:
Eaton, Whig, 22,858
Smith, Locofoco, 17,017
Brainard, Abolition, 6,G71
In these towns Mr. Eaton lacks 808
votes cf enough to elect him. The re
maining towns will increase the number
to about 1 100.
The Senate consists of 23 Whigs, 7
Locofocos. The House consists of 120
Whtgs, 09 Locofocos, 12 Abolition 2
towns not heard from.
We receive this morning by the Mil
waukie Gazette of September 8th, the
first item of intelligence from the election
in Wisconsin, and it is certainly very en
couraging. The Wiiigs have undoubted
ly elected their Register, Sheriff, Treasu
rer and one member of the Legislature in
the County of Milwaukie. On the Del
egate, savs the Gazette, the Locofoco3
probably have a majority. The result is
considered perfectly satisfactory by the
Whigs, as since the division of the Coun
ty, the Locofoco majority has been be
licvek to be at least 500. N. Y. Courier
C 0 II 0 N E R
Isaac Fmedlixe, of Lavansville, is
recommended as a candidate for the office
of Coroner, by many voters of
Samuel J. Ltchty, of Somerset town
ship, in recommended for county Auditor
JN accordance wiih ibe M-ish of numer--1
ou friends, I submit myself to the vo
ters of Somerset county as a candidate
for the 2SSfiMHfA" at the ensuing e
lection, and respectfully solicit their sup
port. GEO. MO WRY.
Somerset. Aug. 5.
SHE undersigned, at the request of
JL friends, offers himself to the citi
zens of Somerset county as a candidate
ande-bould be be elected, will faithfully
discbarge his duty to the best of bis a
bihly. HORACE LUDINGTON.
GENTLE READER, .
I am before your as a candiJale for
the JSSEMliir, and respectfully so
licit your support.
t '--Sent. 15. 1840.
TT am again before my fellow ctutens
oi somerset oiumj iuiuo'" i
forthe ASSEMBLY. Grateful for the j
confidence already bestowed upon me,
1 will only add ihai if elected I will rep
resent them faithfully.
JOHN R. ED1E.
Somerset fept. 1. 1 8 16-
To I hft electors of Somersst County:
FELLOW CITIZENS: Thankful
for the very liberal support received on
a former occasion, 1 again offer myself
as a candidate for
and respostfully solicit your votes fcr
the same. If elected. 1 will perform the
duties of the office correctly.
July 14. IS-U5.
To ttie Free and Independent Voters
of Somerset County.
Hellow Citizens: I offer myself
k to vour consideration as a candidate
for the office of
at the ensuing election, and respectfully
solicit your suffrages for the same. If
elected, I will perform the duties of the
office with fidelity.
Somerset tp. May 19. 18lG.
To the Voters of Somerset County.
T the sngL'enion of many friends, 1 of-
frr myself to your consideration as a
candidate for Sg-BES iFF9 al l,ie
ensuing election. Should 1 be elected, 1
pledge my utmost abilities for the faith
ful discharge of all the duties of the of
fice. JOHN O. KIM MEL.
may 19, 1816.
To llic Voters of Somerset County.
IELLOW CITIZENS: At the tnS---
gesiion of numerous friends, I offer
myself to your consideration as a candi
at the ensuing general c-lection. and res
pectfully solicit your voles for the same.
If elected I will per orm the duties of the
office with fideliiy.
J A COB CUSTER.
June 23, !S46.
3 the Kiilirifatmnq nf mimvrmia friorw'a
throughout the county. I offer myself to
your consideration for re-eleciion.
Should I receive a majority of your voles
you may expect the duties of the office
to be faithfully and efficiently performed.
Somerst, May 6. 1846.
To the Voters of Somerset County.
Fjl ELLOW-CIT1ZENS. I offer
jl myself to your consideration as a
at the ensuing election; and should I re
ceive a majority of your suffrages, shall
perform the duties of said office to the
best of mv judgment and ability.
Stonycreek tp. ?
June 2, 184G. $
To the Voters of Somerset County.
g Iellow Citizens: At the solicita
B , tion of a number of friends, I offer
myself to your consideration as a candi
at the ensuing general election, and res
pectfully solicit your suffrages. If elec
ted, I will discharge the duties of the of
fice with impartiality.
WM. F. D1VELY,
Berlin, June 23, 1S40.
To the Free and Independent Voters
of Someret County.
A T the solicitation of nnmcrous
fiiends throughout the county. I
offer myself to your consideration as a
at the ensuing General Election, and
respectfully sohcit your suffrages. If
elected, I will nischarge the duties of the
office with impartiality.
Aug, 25. '46
To the Voters of Somerset Cotjsty.
EL LOW C1T1ZFNS: At the sug
gestion of many friends, I offer my
self in yonr consideration a a candidate
for f!miTit.T nnrnrntccinTipr. t the
ensuing electiou, and ehould I receirej
a majority of your ?nHYagrt, 1 shall per-'
form the duties of said office to the Lest'
of mv iudiinent and atifity. i
JOHN P. H. WALKER, I
Addison tp, july8, 18 16, '
j Indepesdent Vqterj
eh set County.
TTOFFER myself to y Uf cn si J jii
jl as a Catubd uc fartlip ot'i-e .f
SotiHl 1 ce so loriunate as u reeiv
maioritv of your sufferase. I pledjs
pelf to the performance of the dmie,
the office with impartiality and fi leliiv
JACOB LAMBERT (uf j.j
Stonycrcek tp. May, 26, MG.
To the Ltgnl and Imhpcmhnt Voitrt
cf Somerset County.
FELLO W-CmZENS:-! offer ray.
self to your consideration as a carcJiuVta
fur the office of
at the ensuing election in Octor .
Should I be elected I shall perform the
dunes of aid ofhea to the best of my
capacity and ability.
epiS'4G. ABWL BEAM.
Flour, t2 37 a 3 00
Wheat 0 0 a 0 c )
Rye 3 a (o
Corn 37 a 40
Outs t' a ej
Barley. 37 a on
Bacon, hams, per lb 5 a 5
j Pork 00 a Co
Lard, 5a 6
Tallow, rendered 6 a CO
" rough 4 a O'J
Butter, in keg, 6 a 8
j " roll. 7a ij
CheeseWestern Reserve 5 a 7
" Goshen, 00 a )
Apples gret-n, per barrel, 50 a I C!)
4 dried per bushel, 1 10 a 1 t0
Peaches, 3 00 3 3 50
Potatoes, Mercer 00 a fo
Ncshannocks 45 a 50
Seeds, Clover 4 50 a 0 ()
Timothy I 18 a 0 CO
" Flaxseed 00 a 1 03
Wool 22 a 33
BANK NOTE LIST.
ST A N D A R D GOLD A ND SI LV ER
United States Banfc,
Bank of Gerinantown
Monongahela Bank Brownsville
Bank of Gettysburg
Bank of Chester County
Bank of Chxmbersburg
Bank of Delaware,
Bank of Susquehanna County
Bank of Montgomery County
Bank of Northumberland
Bank of Lew is town
Bank of Middleton,
Columbia Bank and Bridge Co.
lJfs testovvn Bank
Franklin Bank, Washington
Farmers' Bank Reading
Farmers Bank Bucks County
Farmer'sct Drover's Bank Wayuesb'g li
Farmers ijank Lancaster
Lancaster Co. Bank
Miners' Bank Potts villa
Slate Scrip, Exchange bank Pitts.,
Mer. and Manl's B
Issued by solvent Banks
Steubenville, (F. & M.)
Franklin Bank of Columbus,
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie
Tarmers Bank Canton
State Bank and branches,
Slate Scrip, $5's
50 I Shavinetown
Memphis 3 Other solvent banks 3
All solvent banks B
All solvent banks 2
New York citv par f Other banks
Baltimore par O.her bsnki
A solvent Esnks