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SlcIinDss and l2a.iti among tbe
GEN. TAYLOR OS VSFJL
GEN. PAT PERSON O.N DL T
The UaiteJ States steamer Telegraph,
Ciotain AulJ. left Brazos Santngo on the
22:h, auJ arrived here yesterday via
Port Lavacca and Gilvaston, which last
lace she left on the lOih. The Tele-
rrah broaeht to th:s city So sick anu
bsabled Volunteers, and 41 officers, and
-nd-d at Invacca72 Texan Gunmon, and
a part of a company, nnmuenngU men, ,
at Galveston. , j ;
In the same
mlc the eenr. r-uwaru . -
to this port from the J Empressono, Henry. Oceolo and Alber
. j- uaA cr.1. 1 Una wern also at Indian I cunt.
Brazos, with sixty-eight discharged so!-
c''e, was blown ashore neariueuh.u
Six nacl died previous to this disaster.
On the t renin? of the ICth inst, a vol
unteer named James Hoffman, from
Nashville, Tennessee, jumped over board
and was drowned; and another died a
few hours afterwards, named Benjamin
Wc learn from a passenger direct from
Camargo, which place he left on the 7th,
thai an express arrived there as lie M as
about to leave, bringing intelligence that
Col. Harney had "been arrested on a
irr nf rlin!ivinr orders, when lour
his march from San Antonio
towards Monterey. Generals A avior
Wnrl sent, after him. and had him,
and his men brought back to San Antonio,
where thev remain under arrest. when he receieveu an oruer iiom v,.u.
Gen. Taylor crossed the San Juan'on j Taylor directing his return to San Antonio
the Gth, and took up the line of inarch on j and placing him under arrest. The Tex
7th for Seroka, where the forces un- as Advocate says there has been
der Worth had hailed. Hay's regiment j either gross misunderstanding or wilful
would Kive China and take up the line of j diobedience of orders on his part, and
march for the same place, so as to reach
there about the same time wih Taylor.
In the advance of Gen. Taylor in the
interior, he seemed determined to be pre
pared for any emergency, cither in ad
vance or retreat, (or he would not feufier
either officers or men to take more bag-
jrae then they could pack upon their j
backs. Inconsequence of this, a num-
her of steamers had reached Matamoras
frcihtcd-down with "extra baggage, the
quartel of the sappaJores was literally
crammed with it. All the supplier f-o tar j
have been sent off by pack mules, and the j
General expects to have thirty days'
provisions for 12,000 men at Scrulva j
when he reaches it, where it is generally j
believed he would remain for some length
of lime, and many think, until further ad
vices from Washington.
Gen. Taylor believes, notwithstanding
the news lrerhas received of the advance
of a Mexican force between San Luis
Potosi and SaltiUo that he can go into
Monlery, and even to SaltiUo without
meeting any opposition.
The troops on the road now between
Camargo and Monlery will number near
I2,Q00 and none were suffered to go
who could not stand a long march and
w-crc not perfectly willing. In consc
qance of this, the volunteer regiments
thstlcfi were much reduced, very few of
them exceeding five hundred men, and
tvcme less. The regiments are 1 from
Tennessee, 1 from Mississippi, 1 from
Kentucky, 1 from Ohio, 1 from Texas,
(Hay's,) the Baltimore, a partofthe Tex
an Infantry, re-organized, and McCul
loch's and Gillespie's Rangers.
There were GOO sick volunteers in the
Hospital at Camargo, and they were dy
ing very fast. So many were sick, that
it required near a whole regiment to at
tend them. Those whom the Tenes
eeeans left behind, seemed to be particu
larly unfortunate, for they had to call on
the Alabzmians to attend the living and
bury the dead. As fast as these men
get "able to leave the Hospital, they are
discharged and sent home. In fact Gen.
Taylor has a disposition to discharge all
volunteers who are discontented and wish
to return to their homes. Though the
number of patients in the Hospital at
Matamoras is larger than at Camarge, the
mortality is greater in the latter place
near three to cne.Thosc who arenot accus
tomed to a Southern climate, when once
prostrated by the fever, seldom regain
their former strength on the Rio Grande,
w ithout a change of atmosphere. They
die off quickly, else become so enfeebled
that thev are unable to help themselves.
A person who has visited the Hospitsjs at J
the -Jinerent posts Jias said mat u one
half of die Northern and western volun
teers who went to the Rio Granda are
effective men on the lath of October it is
more than he looks for.
Gen. Patterson has been left in com
rosuJof all the country from Camaro to
the mouth of the river, and he has been
instructed by Gen. Taylor to issue an or
der prohibiting the entrance of strangers
into the river and Camargo. This order
was brought down to Capt. Ogben by the
officers of the Whileville. Therefore
every gentleman who has not already an
established business in the country will
find it difificult to land there-at least,such
is the opinion now. A different interpreta-
lion of the order however, may be giv-
ca. m by a Telegraphic despatch. A number of
Ampudia has issued another extraordi- the officers of the "Army and Navy,
nary "procfamv" warning the citizens on whose opinions were deemed most de
pain of death, not to barter with the A-j serving of consideration, were called in
mericns, and the Alcalde of Cam argo j for the purpose of throwing the light of
had also nut forth a "candn" prohibiting j their experience on the subject under dis-
the Mexicans from workingon our steam
rpvifinc TriMn wnrInrnn our steam-'
boats, Some of the deck hands accor
dingly ceased their labor, but on an inti
mation from some of their employers that
the fun tion arv's neck might be brought
iiio Ciose proximity with a lasso, he re
lented nd the men returned to their la
tors. The steamship Jns. L. Day, Capt.
Griffen, ah o arrived yesterday having left ) in Mexico is in eminent danger of being
Port Leavarca the IC'h. Wre learn from overshadowed, unless these operations
from Capt. G. that a t ain cf 30 wagoi e can be effectively sided by a naval de
left that pi on the Nth for San Anto- monstration of some brilliance, it was the
nii Col. Humphry Mrrshall had reach- question before the Cabinet what enter--J
Lavacca. A regiment of Mounted prise of moment should be undertaken.
Gwatcaa under hi command were at Ei h?r an assault must be made on the
Victoria. Tho Day brought up C. W.
Kennedy as bearer of despatches for Gen.
Taylor, learn further that the brigs
Crnpressario and Henry, Cap's, Collins
and Cole, experienced very heavy weath
er during her passage lo Lavacca, having
been obliged to throw overboard much of
their cargoes, consisting of mules wagons,
subsistence, &c. During the gale, Cant.
Collins was considerably injured, but is
fast recovering. On the 10th. in the af
ternoon, the Day passed several pieces of
the wreck, of a steamer, .supposed to be
j the New York.
Iclt at -Indian l'omi, senrs.
icdmout and Patriot. The
rrmind on Gallinitner-Bar. -The brhis
FROM LAVACCA AND SAN AN
TONIA. The steamship James L. Day, Captain
Griffin, arrived yesterday afternoon from
Port Lavacca, which place she left on
the Him inst.
From Lavacca wc have by this arrival
various rumors touching Col. Harney
anJ his movements. The account which
appears ti us the most authentic is that
Col. Harney became impatient of his
long detention at San Antonio, and accor
dingly look up his line of march for Mex
ico on the route to be followed by Gen.
Wool, with the dragoons .under his com
mand and a force of Texan volunteers.
He reached the Rio Grande, crossed the
river, and was penetrating the country
adds that he disconcerted the opera
tions of Gen. Wool to no inconsiderable
The worst part of the story is, that on
his return to San Antonio, a portion of his
bairgagc was surprised and cut off by the
Mexicans. We can lind no good author-
lily for this sfcry, although we have heard
it from several distinct sources. W e set
it d"wn as a camp rumor.
We are much surprised ti learn by this
arrival that the regiment of Kentucky
1 . . m m 1 111 I
V olnntcer Cavalry, Lol. II. Aiar.snan,n..u
arrived in the vicinity of Port Lavacca,
and are doutlcss encamped at Lavacca
al this moment. 1 his regiment let t .Mem
phis, Tenn., on the 1 Gth July for Sai
Antonio, via Little Rock and 1 niton,
Arkansas, and Robbinson's Ferry,
on the Trinity. On arriving at
Washington, Texas, the regiment was met
by an express from (Jen. Wool, with or
der lo change their route to Port Lavacca,
and mere encamp
and await further or-
Col. Marshall has despatched
Mr. Kenndy of his Quartermaster's De
partment to Gen. Taylor for further or
ders. Mr. C. W. Kenndy came over on
the Day, and will take the first boat for
THE CALIFORNIA EXPEDITION.
This much talked of expedition left
New York on Saturday. It comprises
about 780 officers and men. The fol
lowing is a list of the officers in com
rnrnd of the ships, viz :
Ship Thomas II. Pcnkins, (pennant)
-Col. J. D. Stevenson, Surgeon, Alex
ander Perry; Adjutant, Matsel; Cnptains
Lippit, Stevenson, and Turner; Quarter,
Ship Susan Drew, Lieut. Col. Burton,
Commanding. Captains, Frisby. Shan
non, and Tay, Commissary, Marcy; As
sistant Surgeon, Murrey.
Ship Loo Choo, Major Hardy, Com
manding, Captains, llrackctt, Dinimick,
and Stoole; Assistant Surgeon. W. C.
Parker; Chaplain, Leavenworth.
Thellendd says: "The worst of the
slory remains to be told, for some thirty
of the volunteers and a capiain of a com
pany, were left behind by the Colonel in
his hurrv. These men desiring to follow
chartered the yacht Pcarsall, lying at the
Bauery, and proceeded after the ffeet
with the intention of overtakingtheir com
rades if possible, and taking their chance
in the promised land. A woman, too,
was left behind under very painful cir
cumstances. She had come ashore leav
ing her husband and children on board,
for the purpose of purchasing some ba
ker's bread for her infant child, and while
thus engaged, the expedition got under
way, and left her behind. As might be
expected, the poor woman was almost
frantic at her misfortune, and was seen
walking up and down the battery like a
Something in the Wind,
The correspondent of the U. S. Ga
zette writing from Washington under
date ofthe2G:h instant, says:
Matters of high importance have form
ed the subject of the deliberations of the
Cabinet Council which assembled to-dav.
The Postmaster General has returned
from Tennessee, and the Secretary of the
Treasury had actually left the citv on bis
way to the North, when he was "recalled
After a session of nearly six hours, the
Council was broken, and the hundred
tongues of Rumor were at once employ
ed, discoursing most sagaciously on the
topics which had been debated, and the
conclusion adopted. The general under
standing is that having determined that
the success of our military operations
Castle of San Juan de Ullca, or Tampico
must be taken.
The time for the former seems, in the
opinion of experienced .men, to have
passed away for the present. It was
therefore resolved that Tampico shall be
the object of attack, and in accordance
this decision, orders are to be transmited
for this enterprize. The reasoning on
which this decision is founded, is said to
be this: General -Taylor will probably
make good his progress to Monterey and
SaltiUo, a distance of some eighty milies,
there is a series of dangerous defiles,
where the troops may probably be ex
posed to harassing and weakening attacks
from the enemy,"if they should be dis
posed to adopt the Guerilla mode of war
fare. Between SaltiUo and St. Luis de Po
tosi, there is an immense desert, and even
if our troops should he enabled to reach
that place, they must be so weakened and
diminished as to render it scarcely proba
ble that they will be in sufficient strength
to presnt an effectual resistance in case
of any vigorous attack. If we could hr.ve
possession of Tampico, we shall be able
to throw in that moral and physical aid
which may be sufficient, in such a case,
to give effect to our military operations,
and thus save the army Irom disaster.
This is all that has transpired on the
subject. After the meeting of the Coun,
cil to day, large transfers were ordered to
be made from the New York banks to
THE 310R310S WAR.
CORRESPOXDEXCE OF THE ST. LOUIS RE
ITEL1CAX. Warsaw. Illinois,
Sept. 15, 184(3 G o'clock P.M.
I wrote you yesterday giving you all
the information I could get up to that
time. Skirmishing was kept up between
the opposing parties all day yesterday.
Three of the Antics were wounded one
severely and the others slightly. The
Antics say several Mormons were killed.
The cannon-balls arrived last night in
camp, also a company of near a hundred
men. Reinforcements to the Amies are
going in rapidly from all quarters. A
large quantity of ammunition and provis
ions were sent to them yesterday from
A committee of about fifty arrived at
Nauvoo to-day, from Quincy, to try to
effect a compromise.
At last accounts from the camp no fight
had occurred to-day.
The Antics yesterday found three pow
der plots prepared for them by the
Mormons in the road over which it was
supposed they would pass. They got
intimation of it and passed another
The St. Louis Republican of the 13th
contains the following in addition :
" In addition to what is stated in our
correspondence, we learn that the com
mittee appointed by the citizens of Quin
cy had arrived at Nauvoo and visited both
camps; that jhey had so far succeeded in
their mission as to bring about a cessa
tion of hostilities for forty-eight hours,
commencing the afternoon of Tuesday;
and that it was hoped time would be thus
afforded for the adjustmeat of the matters
at issue between the two parlies.
"The citizens of Burlington, in Iowa,
have held a meeting on the subject of the
Mormons, but of the exact character of
the proceedings we are not informed."
The Loeofoeo leaders who go for the
British Tariff and Free Trade, will not
allow their followers, the rank and file,
who arc robbed by it, of fair compensa
tion for their toil, to read Stewarts'
speeches, or the speeches of any of the
Whigs in opposition to the British Bill.
Nor will they even allow them to read
the speech of Senator Cameron, lest their
eyes should be so far opened to truth that
they would leave their foul deceivers.
Our readers will remember that Mr.
Sevier, a Polk Senator from Arkansas, in
his attempt to brow-beat and rebuke Mr.
Cameron, declared that the Locofocos of
Pennsylvania are SLAVES TO THEIR
PARTY LEADERS, and that they
would vote again as they did in 181-1, if
their LEADERS commanded them to
do so !
The leaders are now engaged in a new
scheme of deception, and deny to the
rank and file THE RIGHT lo think or
act for themselves.
The fiat has gone forth, from head
quarters, as we learn from various parts
of the State, that henceforth Whig
speeches are not to be read by Locofocos.
Their eyes are to be closed to truth and
light! They are to obey the orders of
Polk, Walker & Co. with the blind sub
mission of SOUTHERN SLAVES! and
; follow their dictates without murmur or
j remonstrance. The order has gone
! forth that every one who calls himself a
a democrat shall vote for Foster for Ca-
nal Commissioner, and thus secure his
election, and raise the shout of a Free
Trade victory in Pennsylvania, over Pro
tection and the Tariff of 1842.
A cotemporay says If the Polk can
didate is elected, it will be "quoted abroad
as evidence that Pennsylvania is submis
sive under the injury inflicted by the pas
sage of the Polk Tariff. If Mr. POWER,
the Wrhig Tariff" candidate, is elected, it
will be regarded as an evidence that Penn
sylvania is sound to her Prelective princi
ples and true to her own best interests.
Ax ExAMrLE to ee Followfp.; The
Bangor WVig says that at the recent elec
tion in Dover, Maine, "every Wrhig voter
who was in town, and could vote, deposi
ted his ballot."
If the Whigs of Pennsylvania every !
where in October would . do this, the re-1
suit, it might very safely be predicted, j
TT-ftllt1 Via n U.:i1t 1VL! , i
.tuimvj a ujiui4ui wi!g viciorv. 1 t'a.
' CHESAPEAKE & OHIO CANAL.
The Alexandia Gazette, in copying an
article from the Richmond Complier, in
relationto the comparative cost of freights
on Rail Roads and Canals, says : "The
facts there set forth must tend to stimulate
the attention of Virginia, now that the
terminus is in the &ae,to that great and
important work, and the importance and
necessity of its early completion to Cum
berland.. -Virginia now has an interest in
the Canal she never had before. Let her
attend to uhat interest wisely, and Ln
timl" Tt is but inst to our rood old
mother to say, that she has already made
an appropriation of $250,000 to the
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, besides
throwing in the stock she held in the old
Potomac Company. Still, if her means
will justify it, we shall be gratified tojsee
her Five another lift to a work calculated
! to produce such good results as the Canal
j inevitably must, when finished to Cum
berland.- W mchesler Icepub.
FEARFUL FATALITY ON THE
Cattle or no battle, says the Columbus
Journal, the Mexican war bids fair to
hurry to their graves a large portion of
the volunteer? of Ohio and the other
States. Every leUer from the seat of
operations announces the death of a grea
ter or less number. The Dayton Jour
nal of Friday contains a letter from Ca
margo, announcing the death and burial of
Lieut. P. Spieee, of one of the Dayton
companies, a voung man of much worth.
The same letter announces ten or twelve
burials on the same evening Spiece was
buried. In a postscript, the death of four
others during the night is mentioned.
The writer says "you can hear the muf
fled drum in every direction." Dr. Lu
ther M. Beck, formerly of Cincinnati, at
tached to the Indiana volunteers, was re
cently drowned in the Rio Grande.
Maine. The second trial, on Mon
day, for Representatives resulted, as heard
from, -as follows: Whigs Buxton 1,
gain, Brnnswick l,Bowdomham 1, Rich
mond 1, Belfast 1, Thomaston 2, gain,
Windsor 1, Litchfield 1 9. Loco Fo
cos Standish I, Camden 1 2. No
choice Scharboro 1, Windham 1,
Bclegrade 1 3. There are now about
40 Whigs, 28 Locos and 1 Liberty man
returned. . Nothing farther from the Sen
atorial or Congressional Districts.
The House is composed of 159 mem
bers. Last year it stood Whigs 59; Loco
Focos S6; Abolitionist 5. Loco majority
LEWISTOWN BANK, PAR.
The notes of this Institution arc now
redeemed in Philadelphia at the Bank ot
Pennsylvania, and at the Bank of Lewis
town. Specie to the amount of $130,
000 has been provided, to redeem its bills.
Those who allowed themselves to be
shaved 30 pe cent, for the benefit of the
brokers, had better have kept. It is now
par in Philidelphia, and everywhere.
Another Copper Rock. Accounts
from the Ontonagon states that another
Copper bowdier of large dimension?, and
charged with silver, has been discovered
on one of the leases of the Baltimore Com
pany known as the 'Titus location."
We have heard several accounts of its di
mensions and richness but choose to wait
for something more tangible to rely upon
before giving them to our readers.
Lake Superior News.
The Crops. We learn from various
sections of the adjoining country, that the
recent rains have made a decided improve
ment in the growing crops of Corn; it is
thought that on an average the increase
will be. double the quantity anticipated
some weeks since; and with economy a
sufficiency will no doubt be raised for do
mestic consumption. The crops of To
bacco, we are informed, are generally
light; those of Hay, Wheat, and Hemp,
are remarkably abundant. St. Louis
N. Era, 14.
The California Volunteers have at
length left our shores. They sailed on
Saturday, and rather sooner than would
have been the case, had not a few hours'
delay been dangerous. A warrant under
the fraudulent debtors' act was issued a
gainst Col. Stevenson, but could not be
served in consequence of the officer being
refused admittance on board the ship
where the Colonel was. The Sheriff
called on the Mayor for a requisition of
armed men to enforce the process, but
the Colonel, having got some intimation
of the proceedings, thought best to put to
sea with all possible expedition, and did
so, leaving some forty of the men and a
captain of one of the companies behind.
CHANGES AT WASHINGTON.
Mr. Bancroft, Secretary of the Navy,
goes as Minister to England, in place of
Mr. McLane returned; and Mr. Mason,
Attorney General, is to fill the office
made vacant by Mr. Bancroft. Mr. Ma
son's successor has not yet been named.
The Voters o j Somerset
k RE herewith informed, that for rea
J. sones not necessary now to men
tion, I hate withdrawn as a candidate for
Sheriff at ihe ensuing election; and to
such of them as had intended to support
me, I return my cordial thanks for their
To the J olers of Somerset County.
"fflOR reasons which I do not deem it
necessary to state, I have withdrawn
my name as a candidate for Sheriff.
While declining to stand a poll at the
ensuing election, I. tender my sincere
thanks to such of my fellow citizens as
had kindly offered me their sunnort.
Mt 2245; JACOB C. SFE1CHER.
CAME trespassing on the premises
of the subscriber, in Somerset
township, about the 1st of Angust last,
three strays, viz:
One 1 year bid red Srindle fleer,
with a bell on, and a crop off the left
1 red. moiley he i Jer, with whits head,
j a ue age and mark as the steer.
1 black and white lieiffer, same age,
and a crop off he light ear.
'1 he owners is requested to come for-
word, prove property, pay charges and
take 'them away, otherwise they will be
sold as the law directs.
Orphans' Court Sale.
OP RE Ali 23 STATE.
N pursuance of an order of the Or
phans' Court of Somerset county.
there will be sold bv public outcry on the
premises, on Saturday, the 3 1st day of
October 1816, the foluwing real estate,
late nf William Silbaujh, deceasert. viz:
Two certain tracts or Plan
tations of land, situate in Addison town
ship, Somerset county.
The one called Homeplace, contain
ing about two hundred and thirty nine
acres, adjoining lands of John McCMn
tock, James Campbell, Henry Reck and
William Harned, of which about one
hundred and thirty acres is cleared land
and about eighteen acres in meadow.
On which are erected one two-ami a
half story house, with about two hun
dred fruit tress and an excellent
on the premises; the place is also well
watered and well timbered.
The other place called Parker, in said
township and county, containing about
ninety six acres, adjoining lands of John
McClintock, John Hanna, Esq. and
William Harned, of which about fifiy
acres is cleared land, about three of
which is in meadow, with two good sugar
camps, a one-and-a-half-story house, and
thereon erected. The place is well wa
teied and has about twenty fruit trees
thereon, and is well timbered.
Terms One third to remain a lien on
the premises, during the lifetime of the
widow, to secure the interest semi-annually,
of the residue one third in hand, and
the remainder in two equal annual pay
ments, to be secured by judgment bonds.
Attendance will be given by Thomas
Liston Esq. Trustee fr ihe sa'e of the
real estate of the said William Silbaugh,
By the court,
W. II. PICKING,
Sept.29, 181G. : Clerk.
S2HE subscriber will ofler for sale, by
way of public outcry, at his resi
dence in Somerset township, on Friday
the 9th of October next, the following
personal property, viz:
S HEAD 'OF E02.SSS,
15 head of cattle, among them several
miich cows, 25 head sheep, 3 hogs, a
weaver's loom and gears, one cooking
stove, a lot of hogsheads and barrels, fi
ploughs and 1 harrow, 1 cart and cart-
gears, 3 setts of horse gears, and some
new collars and bridles, 1 sle'gh and 2
setts of harness, 1 threshing machine;
250 Bushels Wheat,
125 bushels rye, 300 bushels
oats, 10 or 12 ton hay,
and a variety of oilier articles, which
will be exhibited on the day of sale.
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock, A. M.,
when the terms will be made known.
at the same time and place, 147 acres of
land situate in Somerset township, ad
joining land of Absalom Casebeer,
Widow Shauman, Joseph Smith and
others, 80 or 90 acres clear, 10 in mea
dow, and more can be made, with two
and cabin barn and other buildings there
on erected, and a fine orchard on the
Terms will be made reasonable.
September 15. 184C. ,
Orphans' Court Sale
(DIP Ut& EaWAHUB-.
1 N pursuance of an order of the Or---
phans' Court of Somerset county
there will be exposed to sale, by way
of public outcry on the premises, on
Saturday the 17ih day of October, next
the following valuable Real Estate, late
the property of Peter Peterheim, dee'd
viz: a certain
Plantation and tract of land,
situate in Sionycreek township, Somer
set county, containing 134 acres and
35 perches and allowance, adjoining
lands, of John Miller, Solomen Ringler,
Jacob Fritz, Abraham Landisand others,
on which are erected a two-story
large frame bank barn and other improve
ments; about sixty acres are cleared, a
pnrt of which is in meadow, and a good
orchard on the premises;
Terms One third of the purchase
money to be secured on the premises for
the use of Susanna Kemp, and late the
widow of said Peter Perterheim. the in
terest whereof to be paid her annually
during her natural life, and after her
death the said third to be paid to the
heirs and legal representatives of said
deceased, one half of ihe residue in cash
and die balance, in three equal annual
payrneuts widiout interest to be secured
by judgment bonds.
Attendance will be given by John
Yoder, surviving Administrator of Peter
By the Court.
. W. II. PICKING.
Kept, 15, '15. , Clerk.
Flour, per b.irrel.
Wheat, per bushel,
Butter, per pound,
Chickens, per dozen.
Stone Coal, per bushel.
S3 55 a 4 j- )
65 a a Tu
65 a 0 7,i
0 5 a C 7:)
27 h 0 U)
00 a 0 37
0 00 .1 0 yi)
12 J 0 lj
5i a 0 61
5 a 0 6
1 25 a 1 50
"15 a 0 Iq
Flour, 37 a S CO
Wheat 0 CO a 0 OJ
Rye 33 a 00
Corn 37 a 43
Oats 0 a 23
Barley, 37 a CO
Bacon, hamt, per lb 5 a 0
Pork CO a 00
Lard, 5 a 6
Tallow, rendered 6 a CO
" rough 4 a 00
Cutter, in keg, 6 a 8
" roll. 7 a 9
CheeseWestern Reserve 5 a 7
Goshen, 00 a 10
Apples green, per barrel, CO a 1 CO
dried per bushel, 1 10 a 1 20
Peaches, 3 00 a. 3. 50
Potatoes, Mercer 00 a 00
Neshannocks . 45 "a 50
Seeds, Clover '4 50 a 0 CO
,, Timothy .i"" I 18 a 0 00
" FJweed 00 a 1 0(1
Wool. 22 a 33
DANK NOTE LIST.
STANDARD GOLD AND SILVER
Pittsburgh, Hanks, par
Philadelphia Bank, par
Girard Dank par
United States Ban, 25
Bank of Gertnantown par
Monongahela Bank Brownsville i
Bank of Gettysburg- 1
Bank of Chester County par
Bank of Cliambersburg J
Bank of Delaware, par
Bank of Susquehanna County 2
Bank of Montgomery County par
Bank of Northumberland par
Bank of Lewistown par
Bank of Middleton, U
Carlisle Bank li
Columbia Bank and Bridge Co. psr
D03 lestown Bank par
Erie Bank 1
Franklin Bank, Washington 1
Farmers' Bank Reading par
Farmers Bank Bucks County par
Farmer's&Drover's Bank Waynesb'g li
Farmers' Bank Lancaster par
Lancaster Co- Bank
llarrisburg Bank li
! llonesdale Bank
Miners' Bank Pottsvilla If
Wyoming Bank li
Stale Scrip, Exchange bank Pitts., I
Mer. and Manfa B par
Issued by solvent Banks 2
Mount Pleasant 1
Steubenville, (F. & M.)
Franklin Bank of Columbut,
Commercial Bank of Lake Erie
Farmers Bank Canton
State Bank and branches,
Sta'.e Scrip, $5's
State Bank 50 Shawnetown
State bank 2
Memphis 3 Other solvent banks 3
All solvent banks 2
All solvent banks 2
New England 1
New York citv par Other banks 1
Baltimore par Oiher banki I
A snlrent Banks 1
CAME to the premises of ihe fubsrrt
ber in So.nerset township, on the
20th of August last, a Black and White
COW, with slender horn, supposed to
be five years old; no ear marks.
The owner is requested to come for
ward, prove properly and pay charges,
otherwise she will be sold as the law di
rects. iept:2 WILLIAM ANKE.NY.