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1V New Orleans papers of the
eroaain extracts from ths
Washington, Dec. 27 -6 P. M.
The steam-hip McKiin arrived at New
Orleans on the 2:Jihf from ihe Rrazos,
:t,Y;(.,1 ' received .ov w.ii-ig uus u itj '"-i. -
V e . rf aeaur ntws iro;n . iunitro .v-
1 la van papers
a thai f-u.r.
Mercurv, 2 fol- ; later ihan before received
Araujon, lately arrived 'and cut quite
swath. . He .represents- that he lias
ite a ' miiteJ. Men, women end children cry-. jJJISINISTRATORS1 NOTICE,
sold' ig fr ercy; the" women and children, KrHKS olAdnd!s?r:mon on the
twelve letters of marquc.bat unfortunate, Jin the agonies terror,, were put to Ueau pfl:1?p ofIfICr Shirer Sr., late ot
could . invent.
v ' -.1 . I t
.invent. --nappy were mose wno ,C(I l0 tie ,uhsTirs
'shot, or who fell by tha sword, who . inJeb,e(! lt 8 )i(1 csn,. nr.
ly for -him no cue is so '-.credulous," as to
swallow jt. ;
.- ijic J . kj. ui Hill .ii.Kiii) 1 . ... i j .4 I,
r, .:.. ..i 'r.....i r-.U ' had not their bowels rirped out ot them
. I : i . . i it rw 1 1 .' I . . .
.New.York, makinz quite a short run. pvmse nvins w"" - i re9seU, o the 20if
t, nffirprs ! aunusf ip.c . sxiouw iiu .u'2iw nrnare( to sett r:
i i (y.
" " AinoiiT the nasseitcers were ir,Bu.u-!B, , .- fB
. , ... i ' t,;-, ; ! nfinlV's- ' cers. and eutv-one sic ana u.senargca i . . ,,., in I murderers.
J' I'j'l'tiS J... J iw ... - J HliU Cl , O CUb Vdli VUILIIU - I f
trJ"- . i t ,rr,.i. 'J he steamship ir-rinia Ml lirnzos on , . tX. cvpri I juvc per:
ITi"1 pin'.TS S-.i-i ct- .! j-wii. .ui ( . . . , T . inv will irill.tllj 1:1 lino wi " .
. 1 - - M -,.....vp.1 f l.p- ' the 13th- for I ampico, with L'eut. Ool. , : . : . -,,unn iht i lowest cal
;;f ihftni. Almonte, iaioicdiate- ; Park, and ix compruites of tje hiaama - nrivateers. and will ve s!a
il;., , Lin charge of the finances, issued $tmeut of voiu-iteers .-iuc stcaraooat 1 f.ir ' ,,e rC;ldv for anv ' lagc, or town
,r C:,hr i.o? all payments fron, the ; Oincnnat,, and the U. b. prr.po.cr Janjes em y lhnt may ris0. 'Hie loss of ( dcr Kbn )
Trmrr, but ihe order was scarcely ,s-: Taf e, left on t ho 1 bd,; with C.,n. Slmlds the astJ caased much regret among hj!,tthe,
i v v : .Mtrm.iri(lpd. ow!!)? J and dUii, and Lap, heibv s ro:iiiany ol ., .. - . :.!,., - - "--' " council, over
THOUSAND OF TFin NcTORIANS
SUED XX THIS ;.IAiiSACRa, ON THE
:claticn. -The most exten-
uiiter took place at a large vii-
s!up, called Iiias, where U-
was hnn?clf present.
e" things were happ?ing, a
ai'tfnd at the Iv.e restdftife ot Hie
i of Jamury ne.xt.j
r prepared to seitlr: a id tlioe havi'i;
t claims, tn present t'iPni al t!.e sa:re!
time and place, prnprrlv ;niiMc;s::catta
-f IV.lihck to.
of Alh-gany co., Md,
Dec 8, 1S4G-6i
rionr, prr hirre!.
Wheal, per buiitl.
nr rons i
Ui to ;
j '..t ltnCS
I'rat lies dried
8i.r.e Coal, per bus!;: I,
r, p r dozen,
euc-d "Wore it was eountcrmanded, owing I and uh, and Caph Shelby s coa.ny ol . -A- riMn rPS;a,n!s. - ' ' " councilover' whieh the i.cslornn 1 atr,- j
.'...' .n its effects upon the ; Alabama vciuni;.v.-s. ad buund to ramps- n.(J ,,,:r!:nri nr --thousand : arch, wna has escaped from .Joussoul,
ti,.i...;;.vi.? . . i 4 i .ic Kiwi" ; . , . . ., - U 1 ;TT
r.uM;c eredit. Santa Anna w said to be . co. ' iof Gen. Tavlor men is not at all credi-. presided, was held ata- town c.wdit t
lr; dissatisfied with the management of j i he I. . Ftemboat " G opher was - hnfSlt h believed to be a rjss of ; reccllee; arigat, Artchy , one ol the prmci
ihe fir-uces. pvreeiied on the ICthyoade ot i ampico . s.jMta Am3 (0 0utaitl lhe means to con- j 11 Nestortan setilemcnts. Here it was
f5s:,or Adame has been elected Govern- ! bar. , , , , tiuue lhe war,, and keep, up appearances, determined that, as resistance was vam,
-ril-f Stso cf.S.m LuisPatosi, which . I f pd t b-val Ar.ei n-as ai-o tost, and . r llje whole people of the restonans snoula
to'r.3 to a Cord much sutisfaction.
S.das s?ver:d v?i-se;s were blown outT) sea.
t - A t-.i OUl AnJ'tr'n r r II T'l;! r! f 1 fif Iivi:i:1 VOilintefirS
j.SS J ti'ji.is-c: Jii 4.iv; ut.,Miiii;- . ..... . . , . - -
.ii I j ,i' 'J. i .. v ni r jjauc; . iiju i-1 1 .huu
' . . . .... .
5eria of the Americon army contraband, i terry for .S;dtilSo,' to join Clen. ''Worthy
id :;iKir.2 the entrv of goods al no.cas-
loin house nearer to the American lines t
'J:a 2j miles, and if not entered within i
a ii:ni'i, declaring thtm to he forfeiied.
Thtre ire aeeiuUs frara the Pacific to
tha 11th. Lux no further than the i.rrival
of ti'ie -.hop of w:r C'yane, oft" the port
of Guvaniac, i-nd h?r hlockading it, and
the "."a'cuieiit of a letter writer that- the
.: ". ,.f Vinrrit'a'a was conducted in so
loose a maimer that
departed witli i.aj unity, we
From the New Orleans Bulletin.
Or Uie 2ist Nov., a hrig and merchant
packet part of the prizes captured at
Tohusco, tveje wrecked near Alvarado,
unci of nine Americans on board, 5 were
crov, r. id and 4 i aved
The c:oit cxapscra,lC accoants are pitl-ishi-d
in tV.ecity of Mexico, as to the sit
uation of Grn. Taylor's army. One lct-t-?j
sis a v h(Aa brigade of 1000 men
with thdr arms, ic. had gone over to the
rdcxie-ans, and .that froia desertion and
the rvges of-llie typhus fever.Gen.Tay
ior had retreated frcm Saltiho to ilonte
rev, and had asked a cessation of hoitiii
iits from Santa Anna !
Gen. TwurtrV- Division was on its
march for Virioria.
Uridier Gen. Hamer had died at
Monterey of inflammation of the bowels,
after hut two days illness.
(Jen. Uutler still cor.linued-in command
('oh Taylor had arrived at Mata moras
with d-.-spalehes fur Gen. Patterson.'
A!:dor Arthur came passenger in the
vessels entered and I ' McKirn. lie brings despatches from
General Taylor. On the 8th, Vlh and
10th, General Taylor was to move in col
umns for Victoria, with about I a JO men.
No further demonstrations would be made
towards Sin Luis Potosi until orders from
Government were received. Gen. Tay
lor had imprisoned the Alcalde of Mon
terey, his sou, and several others, for fur
nishmir monv and horses lo deserers
fro in the American army.
Gea. Wo-.d was at Parras, one hun
dred ihIIcs niuh of Chihuahun, with
1000 men, and Colonel Riley was at
Monte .Morales, wiCa a similar force.
General Pillow was lo move for Victoria
on the 1 ith
taenment ol 1000 men to destroy
water tanks between S-iiuho and Potosi
The f.iwowin;r letter appears
of 5Io4crcy. r
It was our pleasure yesterday, to hold
a conversation With Dr. Vjjson, of Col.
Wood's Texan Rangers, lis arrived
here on the steamship Alabama, on Mon
day evening, and . is one of the last per
sons from Mcn'.cry having left there on
the 25th ult. Sickness was abating in
tiie camp, and tha wounded, generally
speaking, were rapidly-recovering." Gen.
liutlcr was arnoag thos3 whose convales
cence was most slow. Gen Worth, with
about 1200 men, was at Saiiillo, were he
found very comfortable quarters.
The number of men fit for -active duty
at Monterey at the present tima is about
3U00. Of these, oac regiment is quar
tered in the city the remainder arc en
camped at the Walnut Springs.
From the representations which Dr.
Wilson makes to in, Gen. Taylor cannot
advance with his 'forces from Saltillo to
San Luis Poiosi. The Mexicans, in
iheir retreat, performed tlie march at
great sacrifice ol life: the Americans can
not accomplish it first, became the ene
mv would let the water out of the tanks,
and thus deprive them of this necessary
clement of existence; next, becauso they
Monitor of 8:h November:
San Li-is De Potosi, 1 5th Nov.
The invaders are very near on ns
Ttrttrday they entered Saltillo and must
now ah?o be ;ncTampieo, because the cor
respondenc3 which should to-day have
pmeJo those points, has been rut off by
order of Gen. Santa Anna. Who knows
.rhat will be cur fate? However, we!
Lave about 25.000 men, with 52 twenty
four pounders, and a full supply of ara
rramition of all kinds, wliirli is almost in-
leaves no doubt" on my mind
are 200 blacksmiths and enrpentc-s work
aa?; for the army, and besides the men
there are 1000 country women working
en the fortifications, which is very satis
factory, as it shows the enthusiasm :md
rood will which animates the people.
In one store there has been Void 10,000
daggers, bought by the country' people,
both men and women in every direction
we see them making lances, sharpeninc
wcrds !'d lixing fire-anus and oiher
warlike arrangement?, and we are all get
ting acca&tomcd to the din of arms.
having seen it myself,
h'" iin mv iii'"n ! Them i
. Santa Anna had sent n de- provisions on me xva a
1000 men to destroy all lhe I dislanee of 25) miles and because it
j wouid amount to an almost aasolute im
possibility to convey the necessary lorage
and provisions over the mountains in the
line indicated. There would seem to be
do probability, then, that a junction can
bo farmed with the t w o wings of oar ar
my at San Luis Potosi the one march
ing from Tampico, the other from Monte
rey aiid Saltillo which, report has been
savin?, is to be the movement.
. " . - i . i i . ti:
lions asked for were not sit, and creat circuiatou- aiong ine iuo
Gen. Taylor, to meet "him with 30,000
men, iu pitched bailie, between San Luis
Late Havana dates had been received al
New Orleans. . -.
The steamer Vera Cruz had arrived at
Havana on lhe 6th inst. from Mexico.
Santa Anna h said to have threatened
to reireut to Querelaro, if the two rail-
exertions were making to meet -his de
mands. It was reported that- he would
fall back whether the money was forth
coming cr not, in order to be nearer the
capital on the opening of the new Con
sjress. A proposition had been made to
the British merchants for aToan of twen
ty millions, to be secured by a reduction
The monird and hmd?d interests were lere? aii express arrived there from (Jen
Po.o?i and Suiiilo. " Bough and lieadv
replied, that so soon as he couid hate 10,
000 cflieient men under his command, he
would meet him anywhere, whatever
be the stealth of his forces.
A lew dav before Dr. Wilson JcftMon-
II' I ! I "
much affected bv the duration ef thu Vwo1' ai -icnciova. u is ikh p.cs,
war, and those interested were heartllv cnt purpose lo join Ger. Taylor. In
tired of it. "i this decision he is gu-Uod by the inslrue-
1 Gen. Woll, fr in-mv years in the ser- j or :u5.vice r aU'- rCo,' -,Iar-rc
r.r ipviV.- h-w! n'a.-tA t l -.-i.itn. i I u?v acd his druXToous are at Ghmuauua,
Irom the Js"e.n Orleans Evening .'er
nr of December IS.
By the arrival this morning of the
,;!r."mcr Guhcston C?pt. Havcland, we
have Galveston paprs to the 10th inst.
and cjrrfccpo:idiug dates from the inte
rior. . The organization of a territorial govern
ment ot Santa Pe by Gen. Kc-rney, tlie
p.pers fad cause fr:r hxud compiaini in.
They claim Santa Fe was v. i'Jiia the ac
knowledged limits of the Re pub1.:
Texas at the time of annexation
therefore it now constitutes a
thev marched without firing a
Lacuna. :id n.-ocede-J towards lheca;!- ! mio va:iM
n ' l I l i i i - i-i m
inueeu, ttiey were coruiai:y wel
comed and g;.t Irom the uuthonticj a de
cent ""blow out" into the bargain.
Tlie regular army at Monterey conduct
themselves with great order and r- gu'a
itv: not so, always, with lhe volu: tej:s
Thev and the Mexicans too often get into 1
nd homicides follow. On
T5y the arrival of the packet ship Chris
Upher Colon, at New York, on Thurs
day last, we have advices from that placi
of the lGdiiust. T!ie annexed letter of difiieulties,
emigrate, without an hour's delay, into
Persia, where a numerous body of their
country mt'u are settled on the banks of
the lake of Oroamiah. The execution
of this design was, however, didcult,
perilous and disastrous. . The fugitives
were obliged to leave behind them all
their properly; most of them crossed the
mountains in straggling, frightened, wret
ched bands. Rut one corps of emigrants,
stronger than the others, commanded by
lhe patriarch, was attacked on their pas
sage by the soldiers ol Roder Khan Rey. j
After an obstiaata conflict, in whica ma
ny fell on both sides, the Nsstonans gain
cd the victory. ,
To Cue heir and legal rep
resentatives of Geo. lLirl
ST -"J A K i.iirn tliat f.n inaurst will be
') a (: (j,
3 a a a -j
1'0 a 0 .V:
c tn i 0 v;,
0 .5 a ,j)
4 u (t 5
1 3 1 s)
I5 a 0 1,.
bc!d at the late dwelling b.m:?e i-f j J.irlev.
a S C
(it) a h . a
said deceased- in ti e ijomuh 1 1 Sioys-
Mwii, Somerset county. Pa., on I ricay
the l5ih dav f .1 inunry I S 17. fr thp jj;,r,.
purpose of making partition d tlie resl
'$tate nf said deceased, to and amung his
children, and Irg'd rcjre;ent :t; vr s. if the
sarrc ran be done without pnjudice to
or spoiling' of lhe whole. othcrwi.e to
vslne and appraise lle same s-.rcor
Ii icon, liams.pcr lb
A IVallo'iaS CovernuiCBt 3Ias-
A horrible massacre occurred in the
city' of Katmandoo, the capital of the
kingdom of Nepatd, in Northern India,
last September The Queen had a fa
vorite, one General Gairgun Singh, whom
ihe King caused to be murdered on the
14lh September, at 10 o'clock al night.
Her majesty was so enraged at the lo.'-s
of her paramour, that she al once insti
gated the massacr-3 of the prime minister,
the members of the Cabfnei, the nobility,
the Council of State, generals and chief
men, lo the number of two hundred.
The King alone escaped, but ht3 where
abouts was not known. A single -nobleman
only was saved, nnd the Q.necn ap
pointed him commander-in-chief. The
Quesn is the King's second wife. The
male children by lhe first wife, who
would have preceded her children in tho
government, were cmonx tho.e slain or
confined in dungeons. Nepaul is a paw
crltil kingdom, having about three mil
lions of inhabitants. The ' national reli
gion 13 Ruddhism. Most of the people
are Tartars, as may readily be inferred
from the conduct of. the Queen.
our correspondent gives nearly
news. Bait. Sun.
Havanjs-a, (Cuba,) Dec. 1-ith, 1S13.
1 Hilii vr.. As an opportunity
o tiers I avail myself of ai to inform yonr
uunv readers of some of the 'doinzs' in
the ciiv and its vitinh. Immediately af- ten Mexicans.
r- 1 ti fwx ....
aad l:iat j judiiiu?' Irom
the day before Dr. Wilson left t ie camp,
the body of a member of the Louisville
Legion Was found in a position which
showed Mat lie had beeu violently murder
ed. IJ is comrades buried him, and the
next day, the Dr. heard when he reached
Camargo. tiiev sallied out and killed scv-
heard. that for
rnado of t!ie Uth October, this, Gen. Tayior had ordered ihem back
the v.rst drstruetion here, j from the cam p, with a strong remimaad,
PrwOn 01 ! It WiS !'ener:illv S!!rfiy.tt th-t hrt" n:-.a !oith.'r In l.nn iros i.r f um jr.m' f'h" ,itt
ineotate of Texas, in which nehher the i had been destroyed,' bin 1 am - h-ippv. to j regiment of Iilkois -volunteers; which had
United Slates nor her agents have any j learn upon inquiry thai uch was ."not the ? marched Iro:a Cara.tnm to M ata moras, on
nght to erect any form ol gave.-.iment but , case. .'i"iie sii;;:r crop, which was thought 1 their wsv to Tammco, were ordered
such as may originate with ihe people of to be totUiy lost, will ia fact be laora' back, nrobablvia- tak tSm n'cn ,f iIjp
' l ' i ------ , , -
j exas ana oi astaiisnca :n acconJanee
with the terms of imneia'.i'Vi, and in the
manner prtscrilied by the Federal Con
stitution. Tlie papers seam to be !.i'"!:!v
inccDsed at Gca. Kearney's procedure i i
lhis respect. Vv'e quote from the Auain
Democrat, r s a sample :
'Should the Ccn'r.-.l Government per-
i.i; an i. n. i uuc: me car,? ikavin;- ini-
ly matured, sulkivd no injury by being
Oa the Jth, I0ih and 1 lth proximo
the Queen's marriage will be cel. bra
ted here with ;rrer.t pomp extensive and
costly prep.iriaions are now bein made
for tint purpose half a mil lien will be
: ;t-nthe hi-h-hand. d, tyran:c;d course j sp-at jn gewgaws and brocade on the o
11 n." -mrncru, lhe grenna wnrs, the casion, P.nd. ihe people will be allowed the
laam prop, upon tvhich the rectitude and high privilege of footing the bill. Here,
juft:eeoi the war with Mexico can be ;;S mulor ull vemmenis cnntrollcd bv
cfenued, w:dle swept away. The Gov- j mun-irehisls. the two cxtrr. -nr, t.,
Kentucky L.jgioa, or possibiv to repel
some threatened attack on Camargo.
Whatever the motive, they were, at least,
ordered to counlcrmach from Matamoras.
Tt. ... f... ' .t.. , 4 ...
pudia liad buen tried by a mditary court
at San Luis Polosi, for his conduct at
Monterey, and ordered to be shot. N.
O. Delta'. - ;-"'..
trnracnt w1l be estenncd from r:Wi-r I
t.ucm, but i er.? wui not. 1 !;is
contends, and will ever contend, that
immry innuaoa vv. i:i the isw , r .irsM-.nwM bo p..r,:r,t:o-l . oust iu cr- or
jjou,ii(.i.uu.o iuvj,i HJIliri, illiti ICJ JiCr
MASSACRE OF THE NESTORIAN
We learn, savs the New York ; Cou-
sl'!':i iu ;di ihc;r hideous deformity mon- t rier, through the correspondence of the
arebial splendor and the most abject pov-I London Morning Chronicle from Con-
Shameful it is that this state of af-
. lone, and any ct'.emntto est:
rltariat or ether government within those
2aits, is rm iuh iimement of her rights as
a sovereign State."
The House of W. R. Nichols, on the
fcCtuh side of Galveston, was much in
jured by tire on the 11th.
In the county of Easlrop there were,
lhis spbjoti, in cultivation, 3933 acres,
in corn, 1010 in cotton, 210 acres in oats,
raid 92 ia potatoes. There are at pres
ent -17,000 bushels of corn for sale in that
The meeting which was h dd in Galve3
u facilitate the communications with
tae cov a try, resulted m a committee ot
thirteen beir.g appointed, to cause to
c-..hi!;rt., ,a:. . (
-...uLinui, U1JU(.W unucr uie ca;
The powaifui Italian Opera Company
lately brought out here, h s created a
stantinople, that another icrrihie massacre
has occurred among the Nestorians. In
his letter bearing dale Nov. 7, ho says
that the fact of such an event having oc
curred was' known al Constantinople, but
great pains were taken to conceal the par-
! nculars. In las letter ol lhe 0th, he
great excitement among the critic and ;ives further details. About a month be
fore. Reder Khan Rev- hnnwintr th-at
r - ...... . J -
i aeon is miffhti v etlorts of ihe
crowded with an amhsnee of wfuhh n.t ,',,i, m a,:... . r..-,
i,, , , ,t , '""u ","u" "ia v.-?ijL;u3 must, prove lutue
.."u-V.8Ulu :iy aione, on this Icctcd various detarhm nf i
I 1. A a . . .... I . ' ' - -'
i urtvisti - uovcrnment lo
d-j surveys of roads on two
siacoime Atlantic, can., present. Thev
f re rer-ping a rich harvest for the sever
? successive nights their receipts were
eleven thousand dollars. I . regret thev
m-c not to visit the States, beinV anpre
hensivc i; would not pay. They num
ber over one hundred.
ot j L-onold de Meyer is here, and will
bo shortly commfr.ee a series of concfrtj
routes, one ieadmr; from Virginia Point Santa Anna. 'keeps his'pitof cocks.
: or towcrds the Rrszas, and the other Doubtless he prefers f.!ning cocks to
ir ;:n IV- n.r lV.tat. in fuch a direction fighting A meth'an-.
.toscr-.e inot cectu-diy in opening 1 Gen. Vejra rnd suite have sailed for
co Mmun.cation with the country between Vera Cruz; he feems lo be quite a favor
Me 1 rimty :;nd S.dun rivers, jand With Ue with ihe Cubans
L'asteni Tas r nru!iy. i Tl Meiicon CwnaWtioapr, Cow.
uer tae command of the Reys of Ilaika
raiand Revari, and himself' taking com
mand of a large body cf Knrde marched
into the country of the Nestorians.
Knowing that he would meet with no re
sistance, he divided his force into - small
bands, and sent them in various direc
tions to fall on the defenceless Nestorian
villages. . .
r Thirty-six of these villages at the least,
have been thus made the scenes of the
mosi harrowing wholesale murders. To
speak of their having been sacked, plun
dered and burnt to the ground, would bo
w uraw attention to an incident of small
Tiac Itew lik Reimerit.
The regiment called into service from
the State of New York is not yet full.
The Courier says : "Various causes
may be assigned for lias, but a prominent
one undoubtedly is tho insufficiency of
Lhe law, which leaves tlie men unprovi
ded for until actually mustered into ser
vice. This- is a great error, and should
he remedied by Congress - immediately.
In the mean time, however, the o facers
of the regiment are suffering greatly; and
we 3e irn from good authority that they
areniwin advance SI, 500 beyond the
spj r priation by the Common Council,
f ft : u!:si t ng their men before being mus
tered i; t s-ervice! . Surc'y this shoi.l 1
a t be. U ader ihe existing law no regi
jantcanbe raised, the ra:n of whieh
will not, on an average, require to be sub
sisted fo.ir or five davs before mustcrin;-;
and although the raV.ons only cost the
Government about seven centc, no man
can be bearded and lodged temporarily
in this city for lea lime? that amount per
day. It 'follows.- that at leas: 65,000
must be advanced bv somebody."
i!Ie tstnn Runners,
Tim New York Sun says thr.t the
Mexicans have organized a division of
troops cuiieil Runner?," to harrass the
Americans in marching, cat off straggling
parties. They already number ten thou
sand men, armed with lances and match
locks old muskets which the scarcity of
arms compels them lo use. These forces
are commanded by experienced officers
in Santa Anna3 army at San Luis Potosi,
we note the names of Valencia, Vosqtiez
and Lombordini, commanding divisions
of inf:;ntry;and Cortaza, of Cavalrw .
Genends Pachcro, Perez and Megiaz
commanded brigade oi" infantry.
n law; at which time and ph-ce
are required to attend if yon think prcp
tier fl, ' ShfrifT.
To the heii's und legrtl vep
rescatatves of M'dlheiv
r"5"AKH notice that an ir?jnest w ill
Jl be held at the late dwelling house
of said deceased, in the township f
Turkey foot and county of Somerset Pw.,
on Saturday thc-SOih day f January
1817, for tlie purpose of inukinjj parti
t i 1 1 of tlie real estate of said ileceaseil,
to and among his Chil Iren and legal-rep:
reftcnta'aves, if ihe same can be done
without prejudice to or spoiling of ihe
who'c, otherwise to value and appraise
the same according li law, 8t whi'-h time
and place you are required to attend if
you thin k proper.'
dee 8 Sheriff.
To tlie heirs ami legal rop
rosentrstivt's of John Gni
rAlvlv notice ih.at an inquest will
.fcL- he held at the late dwelling house
of said deceased, in the Rorough of
SioysJown, Somerset eountv, Pa, on
Satnrday the lCth day of .himiary 19i7. !
for the purpose of making partition of the
real estate of said deceased, to and a
rnong bis children ami lc;al representa
tives, if the same ran be done -without
prjidsre lo or spoiling of the whole;
otherwise, to value and appraise the
same aecordinc to law; nl wbicli time
anl place you are required to attend if
von think pnptr.
dec 3, Sherifi'.
uA I L.
I allow, rendered
Rutler, i:t k g-,
Cheese Western Reserve
Apples rrrren, per barrel,
diicd per bushel.
j Sf cds. Clover
25 a I 7
75 a 0
BANK NOTE LIST.
rBHnE subscriber being disposed to
Ja remove from Somerset, olfer?f for
sale lhe House and Lot, occupied by
him situate on the north west corner of
the Diamond ia the Rurot;?h of Somer
set.. Til?; Hcuse is iarge the front
building being flu by 35 feel, r.nd the
hack bisihling 4i) by 20, I;oih two stories
high, built with brick and well liaishrd.
STA N DA R D ii OLD AND SILVER
United States DanX,
Rank of Gennr-n'.own
Mouongahtda Rank Rrownsville
Rank nf Gettysburg
RanK of Chester County
Rank of Chambersburfi
Rank of Delaware,
Ran!; of Susquehanna Comv
Rank of Montgomery Cmnty
Rank of Nortfiiitaficrland
Raitk of Lcwistrtwii
I'an! of Middleton,
Columbia Rank and Rridgs Co.
Franklin R nk, Wcshinffloa
Farmers' Rank Ren'!mr
Farmers Rank line k." County
Farmer'sA: Driivrr's Rank 'ayiusb'g
rarmcrs Lank Ijaneasler
fiae.custer Co. Rank
1 1nrti-shtirrr Rank
Flat IRoat Sank.
Wc clip the following from the Mays
ville. Eagle, of Tuesday last: '
"Tho steamer Clipper i-an into a flat
boat from Zanesville, laden with -1490
barrels of Flour, on Wednesday night, just
opposite- this city. The night was very
dark with snow blowing from the cast,
ajt 1 no damage wa apprehended until too
late to prevent the. strike. The flat-boat
had no lights out, aud in the excessive
darkness had at a little distance the appear
ance of drift. The flour was insured.
As the the Flat Roat had no signal out
the owners will have to bear the loss.
with a fine cellar tinder the
there is a sod
Carriasc House and Wood shed al.o a
good Rrick Smoke and Wash House,
with a good well of w ater end cisicrn on
the premise, also a flue Garden with a
variety of choice frnii trees & shrubbery
this property is admirably adapted for
a comfortable residence, as, well as far
any kind ef public .business, and ?is uu
surpassed by anv properly in the place.
A meadow lot combining 2 neres,
together with a 20 acre i !oer lot ad
oin'm; and several other out lots all
adjoining the borough.
Two tracts of unimproved bind, con
taining 400 acres eah, situate in Som
The terms will be liberal.
$C7U the udove properly is not dis
posed of. it will be for rent from lhe Iss
ef April next.
Dec. 3, 18f.
-i ' ,
LAST MID FINAL KOTICEv' Memj)!ii5
Miners' Rack Poifsvilla
Stale Scrip, Exchange bark Pills.,
Mer. Mid Maul R
Issued by solvent R.:nk3
Shi.henviile, (F. Si M.)
Franklin Rat;k of Columl'js,
Commercial Rank of L.ke Etfe
Farmers Rank Cantt-n
Eastern soHer.t banks
1 Wheeling and Rranche",
Stale Rant and branches,
Sia'.e Scrip, 5's
3 f Other solvent tanks 5
SESThc Savannah Georgian of the
23d Nov. says: Two fine shad, caught
in bavannah river, were served up :on ahead
I uesday, the 22d instant, by our worthy been
host of the. City Hotel, to lus hoarders.
They were purchased on the 2 1st, at
$3 50 each. Last year lhe first Shad
were served up at the same house oa lhe
20ih of December. , - .
' g MIL Subscriber once more earnestly All solvent banks
JL requests all persons 'having 'um'ct- South Carolina,
led accounts with him, m call end div ' All solvent banks
charge tiem or at least, close them '.by j " A'etv Z,'ag Tan ,
note before xhefit'sl d( of I covitri; n'xt i New 'England
being desirous to' remove. and having j .Vcy? Vcvh.
y given several calls, which have; New York city par ( M.rr b?nts
in a great, raeafcure utihci-dcd, . he j 'ilfiiryhn--',
that ihose persons who fail to a!-; Rdtimre pnr - Oth.-vr bant
leoil i.'tih! ii.n.'irr. will nni cum !ifii. !
..... " " ' - ..... I ' i . i , A . m IT, A -r w a. . ... MJ B
should thev receive a 'Uh'rrenl Aim! of'- sL j2i.-i., JL.---'
niti; after Hie expiration of ihe above I ' MK l ,hc W'.nut o it..
time, as the accounts must end shall " be ! V, ter ,n Ikhcl; i: r.aihe -
"; Negro Suffrage. -The: Constftutibnal l'
Convention, Wisconsin, hare "passed negro
suffrage resolutions bv a vote of 53 to 43. '
" Dec. 8, 18 JC. '
J.-L. SN i DEU.
Many of mv GOODS on hand, will
. t.S ..l.l .1 f-M I f
" sum ai oM for t nan, some even le-
Hackalhnrn, wl o killed Sullivan on the! ,uw fli,:lor I would ell -nnt the entire
I siocKun very aceomoviatm" terms sou
can be bad with
J. L. S.
importance in the face of the greater hor-,. Steamer Hudson, is now confined., in the ,jm j()rjs.; anij y
xwi wiiicii ihcse bloody barbarians com: ' Piiubury jail. . j ' the Store if deiitd.
of October bst. a o;;s vear RLAt'N
HEIFFER. with s.oi.e WlftrE p;-
tiboul lhe head and a hole in liie, t'
The ownfr is rq'-estfil to co:: mil
prove proj?riv and pay fliarg, h -r-vise
said heilftr will be s-ld a th I f
direrts. . WM. RINGLLiU.