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ONE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA.
REI F. 1131.: CF TIIE (1 1 13 A N rtiso:v Ens.
TUE STATE: OF THINCS IN FRANCE.
,Illessdge iza England.
• NE'w Yonx, Jan. 2, 1852.
The Cunard Steamship .Afrion, arrived
~at this port this morning, from Liverpool
direct, having sailed thence on the 20th of
December, and bringing advices one week
later than the last received.
Release 'qf the Lopez Prisoners.-13y
this arrival we have the gratifying news
that the 4tinee of Spain has yielded to the
petitinns !min. America and has pardoned
all the prisoners captured in Cuba during
. the late ill-fated expedition against that
island. ' '
The'Madrid Gazette publishes the cor
respondence between Secretnry Webster
and Calclemn Do Ln. Barea, the Spanish
Minister at Washington, in reference to
the Lopez prisoners, and adds that Her
Majesty, desirous to give the American
President and Governirent a testimony or
her friendly dispositions, has thought fit,
by a sponteneous act of the Royal cle
mency, to pardon all the prisoners engaged
in the late expedition apinst Cuba, that
Her Majesty considers it an event of the
...highest Importance for both countries. that
the negotiations rejative to rare subjects,
have terminated ircso satisfactory a men
ner; that she fully approves of the con
duct of her Minister at Washington, and
concedes him the Grand Cross of Charles
Seam.. Laborde, the fngitive Spanish
Vonsulfeom New Orleans, was to leaVe on
the Nth ult. for Havana, and thence in a
ship of war for New Orleans.
The Spanish Cortes has been suspend.
ed. One account says in consequence of
the late events in France, and another be.
cause of the .approuching aecouchment of ,
. the Queen.
The Prifideat and the Election. —A I I
is quiet in France now, the President, with
the army at his back, having completely
succeeded thus far in his usurpations. The
attention of the public is chiefly directed
towards the forthcoming election, when
Louis Napoleon would, without doubt, be
elected, though not without considerable
opposition. The result of the election
would not be known before the 28th or
29th of December. At the last accounts
the Departments and all France were rep
resented to be in a state of the utmost
tranquility. It is fully believed that Rus
sia and, Prussia are. straining every nerve
to sustain Louis Napoleon in his usurpa
Appearances indicated that 'Louis
polcon's majority .would be greater than
- it tray in 1648.
A majority of the garrison at Metz had
voted against Louis Napoleon, as had also
the students of the Ecole Pol ytecnyque, a
mong them the Prince de Polignac.
The President had a grand levee at the
on the 17th of December,:at which
all theforeignplinisters were present, ex
cept the American.
The President takes an active part in
the•preparation of the new Constitution.—
The consultative commission had nearly
determined utipn its leading points.
The Imprisoned Representatives.--Gen.
Cavaignac has been offered his liberty, but
ho refused to leave his prison unless his
fellow prisoners coulii do the same, so he
remains in confinement, the severe restric
tions which he and, the other 'prisoners at
first suffered, having been in a measure re
- lazed: They now dine and exercise to
Victor Hugo had successfully escaped
from. Paris to_ Brussels. His arrest has
The government have declared 34 out
of the 86 departments in a state of siege,
on account of dieriffection. Yet the gov
ernment reports the news from depart- -
Monts as favorable.
It is affirmed that the total number of
Frenchmen killed in Paris and the depart
ments, in carrying out Napoleon's coup
a'tat, are not less than 2000..
The French Papers contain accounts
of open insurrection in several departments,
..attended - with considerable loss of li yes:—
In. one case the insurgents numbered 1600,
and in another. 6000, bUt they were over
powered, and 60 or 70, insurgents killed '
Louis Napoleon has ordered _an expen
diture of 2,000,000 for the purchase and
demolition of. houses situated between the
Louvre -and 'Turneries, and levelling the
ground between the two places.
Mr. Itivei, the Minister, con
tinues to, show the disapprobation of our
Government at Louis Napoleon's conduct,
by, not attending his receptions. He is
the only diplomatist who absents himself.
The sixth Legion of Natignal Guards
of Paris has been dissolved. It is said that
the Deputy . of Police is to be raised to the
rank of a Ministry, and that M. Carlies.is
to be the new Minister.
Views,on the President's Alessage.—The
London papers have volumineus.comments
on Pa.Sident Fillmore's annual message to
Congress, mainly in opposition and
r•ule of:his views in favor of a Protective!
Tariff His arguments on this subject aro'
unfavorably contrasted with those nfHon.
Reb'ert J. Walker, who is still 'continuing
to advocate Free Trade in England;
A lot of prisoners from Ilungary, men
and women, were, brought to Vienna,on
They included Koisuth's 'sister end
some Hungarian nobles. . I .!..ustria Cher.
ishes the idea of staking a severe blow
against the commerce . of England. appa.
rentiv hoping to unite the chiefcontinental
countries in a prohibited system.
In Austria and Hungary discontent is
hourly increasing. '
At Vienna great excitement is felt fel
news from the United, States; respecting
the reception ofKossuth.
In - Germany the press is forbidden to
record the events which occur in - France
in a manner adverse to Mr. Bonaparte.
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caritu a sit ACADEMY.
w fast ; the morning newspapers presaged rio.Proclatnetion." By his side was Marsh.
M, l3 LIM.
' TRH l'E • , rbi ,s t ivonoace that they harecoas
t . ' storm ; the Moniteur (the official organ) al Jerome Bonaparte, ex , King of West- Tra
it contained the usual - matter, among which Phalle, brother of Napoleon ;behind.: the DR. CATLIN & WIFE,
I remarked that two of the Ministers would! i venerable Marshal Exclamons (ho addree
s not hold receptions on the 3d instant; on; sed also some words to the people, which
nf rr i e qo , n i g ; I
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To online,' in:choorre of iho Academy during anOfber Yew.
IL'lS l lVS'n'ts i t; ° 'au r g () FIVE ) tAl U i t o l i t 4"Pac a n d •
IthOother hand, it stated that the Archbisia.ll could not, however, catch,)—General in x in each week
Q i r will min canon IHONDAY'DEO. 8 , 11 ;
18rn e : e ...e it.0 4 1,0 r w e dut ee e '' ' , •
rop of Paris would commenco his weekly" Saint Arnaud, the Minister of war, Goner - !I .1 i
s•I receptions' on ehe 3d instant. ' The farn-rals Bourjolly, Nimeux Rou g oti cot. VIM" ; nteduceal Stales of 'nation
. 1 al des DebatShad 'a long article on infer-I - dry, M. - Bacchicteei, and several others, !ereat n a d tpet
I vr.jsu p - n izs ir riel f t , r.s ,
,"A it iii - stis n ° l 4t7 ,
3 ' nnl improvement, and a graceful literary ; whom I did not know. They redo very , "
rulthy. fl ifi e llisli Zrenionnr nuts Jimmy - OA 0 0
! suited to these summer slowly. They went int° the Place dir !
Id ya The Presse had an article on inter. Carrousel and visited the lea benk of' the Cl
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I ne s; Litou ( Si f t ,, t ni l f MLlSll !MANCH 46--.lncin..
C A di k; B4,l t 'AL ANA Al ATLI EAI ATICAL DEPAIrp,
- ' Mao y end other Interesting 'e j ects, without extra coarse.
!mil improvements, and Iln'y a plus Leg- river. -On his return he reviewed the WEEKte/ LECTURES are iron to the oldrs pupils on
itimistes, there are no longer any Legit- 'troops on the quays,. in the Cours Reino s ; r
_tea'o_ the Moho' natal' 111 Chooll9, SAM - 7 OA
, P. M. of each week in nerving Eicomio f. 11,0 M: c o.r. . ..:on en d
t 'imists:' "All went merry ns a rtnarringe , and Avenue. ' ; view - m elons upon their several studies. All others attend
f ' belle" the sky was cloudless, no one hint
:lN! diet it had thundered on the left. The , , the other no the roan of thos ow to /tube it Two or three
THE SECOND DAY—OPPOSITION TO THE te lrest?l;l l l ., !4 aill'AltffilENT is entirety m onth from
PRESIDENT : classes consist of path mom f o r t h e ou me s e e y economy In
time- but it is optional wall the r roues Ladles whether to
old habitues of the Cafe (there were not Al t er
more than eight present at this early hour) I union is cdarged fro a the da.e of the Scholar, common
- d inner I again went on the boul. JO, l l O, s'i3ch Wan." Di out.
clue to th oaashe o'' the Tenn-de duoilon bein g made lu c ase
Irend°yards ; the appearance of things was most
cf abseneeconsud tof 'Manes*. and who.' a sturoaraireement
their papers and sipped their, coffee its a farming terrific. All the shops ...ere clot- lls made. in 'invade% wiiiiihe PaDoinal.
, busily as possible. Ono old fellow whom ed, the crowd ever y •
where was dense,., the Tenche n in lemony th oh 11
! MOB AL SU ASS. IN lies o l ,o a u th 9 to
i t z u h t . he c a ll r l ttinc b e c o l
&Ileum. L.dr i omot o unialmont la adancoste.ed onlyjn 7he
, I had met-frequently before in a restaurant
• talking in the most animated tone and de- I ni l ig e obilarat 1 o r s
onto I tan db. i
oldie Boulevards, having finished his chwo•
nouncing the usurper. The 81iops all be. w as that sof books. Pros:dint. as %ell as
m oo m n ft s i t t e . n u t a m eli -the Teachon ir to make the Instructions
elate, was whiling his time between -strok
. ing closed, and the street occupied by a! I 'lb e il b e"sl i r c ic a lest attention li then tooth° Condo 4. Habits and
mg the cat and reading the Journal pour it loopedgloomybeyond des
' dense mass, , Morals ot the Peons Wbi e under the charee of the Toachmoo.
, HOARD CAli be ob,ained at teason t raje tri r j fi c , ortaiii4o4
rire—"'W hat do you think of the times 7"
esorsa" )A Arm' AWL '
' cription. A body of troops commanded ' i Wilt L fill/ORE.
said he pointing tea caricature in the Jour- by General Tartus—came down the street; .
nal pour rire, representing two old fellows they
were received by shouts as V ii,e la! PLEASANT BRILL
i buttoned in greurcoats up to the chin, and 1
, epublique ! A bas le dictatiue. A has;
The United States mail steamship Frank. indulging in this conversation: Souloque llt was painful to see the [Emit. I IRON FOUNDRY and MACHINE. SHOP,.
lin, Copt. J.' A. Wotton, arrived at New ! "My newspaper tells me we are dancing At Clearfield.
. alien. I saw two of the troop knocked ' ~,
York on Saturday afternoon, with over Iwo on the top of a volcano." "Lai,ssez mot , . - -
clown by stones, thrown from the crowd.' n ordure o ir- 114 , 0110'y onnonncos Rothe Inept(' ct
days Inter news Cram the continent of Eu. done tranquille, it is infernal cold ,on the I PO
and c e adjetuon o counties omit bosun mil i tia
The immense crowd was waving to and ' es to 'cart nn tne a ',eve Mimeos ea his externals° establish
rope. , top of their volcano." He had not heard n i i cite i el ii ai Clorstiond. and Is now f aeparcd to
fro, a band of 1500 police, supported by ,a" n 9 " "-"' F
• She left Havre on the 21st nltinan, and the volcano was even then in eruption. t manulacture nil kinds of
Lancers, pressing them down
.Boule.' for Grist aw-Mills
Craves Roads, (where she received -the ' THE 3ff TATAR V— THE NEWS SPREADING. yard. Troops occupy all the Boulevard,' Castings used Mills,, . ,
and all kinds of Machinery.
the English mails and passengers from I walked down the Rue de Rived' to the from the Porte St. Denis to the Basal° 1
Southemptote) tit 3 35, P. M . on the 22d • , His Castings aro rin , or a mneor'or nonlity-v o nal, tr mot 112
i ; Place de la Concorde, on wiich, although I shnll never forget one scene of to P9I 2 Lail :'h.?.
f ..,... 1 .. ° ,,, r a 1 t n e en u amp 0 1 ,.4 i t 'll' o at ! 17;U' t i get s r y e t: ''s I t l o b i u i t v t o b rllnl ee efl
on the other side of th Seihe,the Nation- night ; a tall, athletic man, well dressed, ' lb'
AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. /I/A CHINE SHOP
id Assembly's palace fronts. The news of (some said he was n Judge of the Court of; ,
Our advices from Paris are to the 21st ; coup ( p etat had spread, for the pavement Cass'a tion,) walked slowly up the Boucle- I i vv . s i tl'A i ii n g r i' l l'si l s'lii'i l sr 1 4'il Ti 's e • s i d a" e° b ' " Nun '
Ult. I a PrEIC , I.MI nneelLnlCL . ‘‘ here ul's oosl i n b oy er ais b ul e o l oTni ve s m es7i n s t e ° r l
of the Rue de Rivoli was well filled with , yard by the Cafe de Paris; he was follow. ~,,s ii , FINISHED in toe very b r ost si r le end on short notice.
The disturbance in ali parts of France, people, all on their way to the place do la red by a good many persons ; the people' .'4"ri7it r t'i:s w c,i': "X ° :• l 7.Vs e ti‘l'i=" l .`triVia l liTra;g c s h .
appears to' have been completely quelled,Concorde; and I,e fore the doors of most °float) way before him, as if he had been a ! i; v a;1 6 0 1 , 1( 00 L r in : a r :lNls . a ren a. He i t 'r e slw e ''Os u s l e e s i ' hn
and it hollow and uncertain tranquility has' the principal hotels of that noble street, the ' prophet. "Vive'la Republique !" ho cri- Lams" ups sere% taverns.
. ''' from
renewed the late turbulent scenes, both in coneier ,, es of each of them, surrounded by ed calmly, "Vive la Constitution ! Vive I HATHAWAY COOKING-STOVES.
the capital and the departments. ,
several servants, stood gazing towards the les illustres prizonniers !V The vast mob! ALSO—Fancy _Air Tight Parlor Stoves
The final result of the French Presi- ' ereat Place which ends the street. At !seemed t o gasp for breath for a moment Nine _Plate and Coal Stoves. Also, :
dential elections, which took place in all ,
s b everal windows heads were out looking 'and then they burst out in a prolonged bra-' ti, - 11111 5 's eclebraled Plough.
the departments of France on Saturday in the same direction- When I had got- 11 vo. On the wall of the Cafe de Paris,the' 1 111
it n I ap .4 kinits of IP of .1 .9 V,Y-W a liP, SLEIGH and SILLD
arid Sunday the 20th and 21st ult., is not ten about halfway down the street, a regi. decree! of the members of the, Assembly I =';',L,L •"'A l Y''''; B, 'N ''', a & 6 ',".. 0 ,a and -
of course known by this arrival, The poll ment of infantry of the line passed me; I was posted, which outlaws the President, I 7:irtt that ill.
, olio:, faunal.
-0; s f :iio et s .u`ntr u o'se li o u ,otli t res' ill li'...fil torth t eir itti vtin'n
opened in Paris at 8 o'clock' in the morn-, their music was silent; each man had his who is declared guilty of high treason, and i t;',,f,"„",:ri o d'L l e'll''`,.',V s :..l',,',ll.:., l c"ul d lrv a rou p o o t e ;4o r ,fu d a;
log of the first day, and contineted till mid- . , and Q1...1) fit LTeil. A. sie giro tn. esoulaidimera hui Personal
tin pan and a loaf of bread attached to his I declares everyperson who obeys ' •
night ; on the second day it commenced at
drawn by !gpilty of the same crime ; it was signed l ! cleLreil. Nov LB . 16" DAM) LI f z
8 A. M., and closed at 0, P. M. knapsack; a large ambulance,
! two horses, followed theme. • - iby Benoist d'Azy, Ltifitte'e son-in-law and
In the army, 213,858 vr tie! r , ,r 'Ti,. I found the Place de la Concorde occu- !aV.P. of die Assembly, and, several of,
President, 16,384 voted it e eeiest. s: *ti; •• • :by comparatively few troops: Ido not I the secretaries. It was received with tum. j
ebstained. • illli.k there were more than live thousand , ultuous cheers. Numberless patrols, ac.;
In the navy, 14,675 for Louis Napoie- men in the Place itself, when I first got ' compained by sergeno de vine were to!
on, 4,810 against bin and 417 abstained, there, the centre of the Place was occupi- Ibe seen in every direction. I was repeat-I
The following telegraphic despatch from ed by a park of very heavy artillery, a cor- , edly challenged by sentinels cchctonnes in
Paris, dated Sunday the 21st, gives the' don of the line encircled the whole place on ' the street, on my way home, whither - I
latest particulars of the election : !till sides to prohibit ingress ; egress was, ! went with a heavy heart, about 11 o'clock.
The first day of the Presidential election however, permitted. I walked under the !
has passed off in Paris, without the slight- 'arcades of the Hotel du Ilinistere do la
est appearance of disturbance. In the , m an i get and the old Garde Meuble, and on
morning the proclamations to the people !the asphaltum side walk which separates
and to the army, issued by the President , the Place from the Champs Elysees, I rear
of the Republic on the 2d of December,' cited the parapet wall of the quays, and
were again placarded in all the - principal I the entrance of the bridge which leads to
streets. It is calculated that in the course I the Palace of the National Assembly, Pont
of the day upwards of 100,000 electors !de Is Concorde.
voted in tile department of the Seine. The I
voting was conducted with the most perfect ; The view was strikine enough. The
Avenue des Champs Elysees, from the
order. The polling places were guarded
Place down to the Etojle occupied by a
by detachments of troops of the line and;
National Gourds. In the tirrondissements ' great many regiments of duirassiers; down
the Goers la Reins, running parallel to
or which the National Guard is dissolved,
I the Avenue, and along the quay as far us
the troops of the line alone were 'on duty.
The number of electors inscribed in the' the eye qould reach, nothing Was to be seen
department of the Seine amounts to 290, ! but the fluttering tri.color [rennet's of the
000. ": Lancers. While I was making the circuit
' of the Place,b.rnding my way as bestl could
' through the already densely crowd, infan
try were pouring noiselessly into the Place
fronilill directions. When I reached the
Pont •cle la Concorde, the Place was full,
and was a study fora painter. The gard
en of the Tuilleries was closed, and the
ramparts which overlooked the Place oc.
cupied by infantry of the line. The Pont
de Its Concorde. the yard, the steps, and
the portico of the Palace of the National
Assembly were filled with the Municipal
Guard. The Nutty d'Orsay, us fur up as
the foil; National Assembly, as far as the
bridge leading to the Hotel' des Intilides,
mounted Municipal Guards and Dragoons
of the lino were stationed. The morning
was cloudy,hut occasionally the sun would
shine out and lend all his brilliancy to this
brilliant picture. At such moments the
variegated mass °feelers, red, blue and
Tliero is increased uneasiness in diplo
mile quarters respecting the movements
of Austrian troops near the Po, who have
orders to advance upon Rome. It is also
said that Prince Schwartzenburg asks the
Sardinian government to receive an Aus
trian garrison. in a Piedmontese fortress.
THREE DAYS LATER.
ARRIVAL OF THE FRANKLIN:
THE nEvoLuTroN IN FRANCE
Progress of the Election
THE LATE REVOLUTION IN PARIS
We give below a Jew extracts of a letter
co the Boston Daily Atlas, dated Paris
Dec. 4, 1851, in which the late revolution
is graphically described:
EFFECT OF 'TUE COUP D ' ETAT IN PARIS.
A .thunderbolt in a clear winter's sky
could not have created more astonishment
than the great coup &ant which the mag
ic pencil of the telegraph has already an
nounced to you, did here. I was - tulting
my accustomed morning walk about b o'
clock last Thuesday, the 2tt inst. At that
early hour Paris wore its wonted air; few
persons were in the 4 street ; now and then
a market cart rumbled over the pavement,
a lazy mist rendered it .impoSsible to tee
far beyond you. Tho great city still slept.
I met a score or two of sergcns de tulle,
but as I was on the quays, their sight
made no impression on me at the-time.—lt was at least 9 o'clock, A. M., when on
my return home, I met on the rude board
fence which surrounded an unfinished
house, the decree and proclamations•ofi
I tho President, which you will have already
received ere this reaches you.
Judge of my astonishment ! I rubbed'my,
'eyes and read' again; I discredited my
senses. - I looked around me ; Paris still
wore the: same look, the street was com
pletely deserted, except by a, half dozen
, carpenters, who were hammering away
lon tho fourth story ofan unfininshed build
tug, at whose front I was standing.
My God, I thought, is it thus a Dixthuit
Brumaire passes? is it thus the destiny ofd
a great nation is changed? and then I re.
membered, the deepsst tragedies have a
! ten the quieteSegrasible beginnings. The
soldier on gun [ . ft - Vlsinore is the humble i
prologue to .the dire catastrophe of
I family of the Prince of Denmark.
I hastened to the Place du Carrousel, as
' faired that something would bo seen there.
The Murky mist hung overthe wide place
and veiled its extent; outside the iron rail
ing which encloses the court-yard of the
Palace of the Tuilleries, hero and there
some ragged, sqiialid boy, man or mman,l
beggars, houseless and fireless,whe slept in,
markets anil'under coach-ways, leaned a
gainst the low wall in which the railing is
set, cr i unching apples and munching bread.
Within the walls a. ratherdifferent but not
unusual scene presented itself. There.woro
some three regiments drawn up in hollow
squares, and officers were readintr, a paper,
doubtless the President's' pioclamation, to
the assembled troops. 'The wore perfectly
THE AtORMNO NEWBPAPERS.
I went into a neighboring CO to break-
yellow, heaped together in the (pare—the
thick serried tiles of glistening muskets
and bright bayonets, to the right the bright
red which crowned the terracces of tho
Tuilleries gardens; stretching far down
the river, the dancing, gaudy pennons of
the Lancers could be soon, and•here and
there through,Ahe leafless trees, the gliet-1
ening armor of the Cuirassiers, who occu- I
pied the Avenue des Champs Elyssee,!
could be seen. .
LOUIS NAPOLEON'S APPEARANCE—rus RE.
Shortly after this, I descried
mounted troop advancing rapidly down
the Rue Royale, and a well known white
plume left me in no doubt as to the party.
It was Louis Napoleon, at the head of a
very brilliant staff, a • squadron of calms.
siers and a squadron of carabiniers. The
drums of every regiment on the square,
On the terrace of the Tuilleries garden, on i
the bridge, on the portico of the National!
Assembly and the trumpets of the Mount-,
ed regiments all beat the usual aux Chmps;'
.they presented arms, and repeatebly cried
Vive Napoleon. He came to. the centre
of the square, and rode into the gardens of
the Tuilleries. Thinking that he mould
certainly come out at the gate on the quay
I ran thither. I was right; an iminense,
crowd %+ as there expecting . him ; he' semi)
Came out. I was very near, and observed
him • closely. He. never "looked nobler,
his features were exceedingly pale, but
calm and unmoved, his 'eyes, ordinarily
dull, were lighted up with great fire. He
was .as graceful as ever. '• Terrific shouts
of Vive la Republique! were raised, some .
few cried Vive Napoleon, a cry hesalUtect
by taking off his hat.' His. ' voice was!. as
calm as ever: 'Messieurs," he said, ‘‘naY
°llly object is to preserve' . your liberties;
to restore suffrage to!yob all. Read my
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MISS MARY. JANE FORT
DELE.3:I, CLOAK 'and CAP' tanker, will
LVJL allot of
to all collo nod erdere n o t ice. ol tho above
ntrizlone4 of busluets on the .shotttet Jo the beat stile
no d o n th e mo l t f.annablo term., She will be Monti at the
renidenee or M A. Frank. Willltq abe teipeatfully trillotts a
abate of tee pun° patronage, Dep. ti. 1051.
•. MRS. GLENNAN
RrBPECTFULLYAnfonni her friends, and . the
a' Dahlia. I het she .Intends en accommodate her oaComers
in the mnst FAdilll //Ulna' MAKING and oq the
MUSTloft the owning Witt.
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v t) 1 0-4 , 7. t e, gm no •vt
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRI—
' CES FOR CAOIIS OR ihIER—
rI , IIE szthearlber. hawing remoddied the :tore Boom TWO
1 DOORS west of ' Merrell's would resynntinllY
announoo to th, citizens or Cleo lwl,l borough, end 0101 0 11 r,
vatteure.'ie . .ag al ENTItt E N AV AND CAREFULLY
, <ELEtrVEll:tfllLKur MiLIieIIANDESE, comunuga
gonersl asiortment or
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Drags, hats, Bonnets, Shawls, .17c.,
Parttnular enumeration It deemed unnecessary, TNuBE
IN WAN'f lit t.o.,titntl. AT I.OW Ettlt.:Eu. are solrentil
to and fillintiLU ourej A ujoa e4ew Lore,
e.eartinid N0tr.1.3.t. J. H. HUNTER.
WALLACE & HILLS,
Successors to I?ICRAII.D SLLAW,Esq.
EnTe:rTIULLY ennOlinCo 10 1h Dabtla , hint they
1.11, he .e Just tewoVed awl die now opetonn ot the GM 'DIM,.
Ut 8, ZiIA W. LtQ, 41nrKe. Dad Nell s.t.,tneu a LLLLL L.et. t
Spring and Summer Goods,
0433116:ea in oaLt. or DRY 00(11;h4 GlLGraaf WY, HMO.
VI /Litt:, (4.1.16.E.:NYt tt, At % &to etc. Aim, a note ,ut td
buttes' and Gent;emens t'Alik. V I , IrF.NS
And all the tuttulys t.nernllY bent In n contatty store—all .1
Idch they are ' , tenured 1., ■,.h ns.ow Ntilt as they <M
bteLlgbilti t3,t11,413.1i e.. 07, It),
LAPORT & LEWELLIN,
Coach and S icigh
I , I4I'IIITULLY nn ror tioa to the ciiim
glUa.l..L ow o p :
to u e r r ty , that thry at
Coaches, Carriages, Buggies, Sleighs, (5.e
,f• every description. in the tnest durab'e and f•shionab!e
(MI, 'I hey fli,.teit thew. I tee with the be.ici that their wait
nat.:l7tt he et tied: el an the nut e and as t10.,y, niu oy male nut:
she best woikrneii ne d urn Lone bat the very test mate mks
tir eines In want of tiny ndree in the r has n id tin tr ell to den:
with tram in er.letenge to hal log the wur.hirsi ' rubbish'
int, mad limn eastern Oleos
I helm well he utt.rnt•tlY att.nded tn.
Puce. to *Mt t:.e I,mes. 1.411: n'r- Pr:Acme taken in ex
change lid wort on tee mast eccond,rintly
ItroklB J.AFOR I
Fueweravill., Deo 11111.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF VAL-
Clewfield County, ss :
".t i nrth. e Ce t U n ll u 1 ( 1 " :TA% h 7e L , I U I " t i l d he at ith iA d m alVili f : n
cen.ber SA; totem hur ° ,eru , -Ics stOBERT G VI/ fifty,
**resident end kit:GARB ennw net Jl tflN P. HOYT,
Associate Justices 01 sod Ouurt. on the petition of G. W
ANDR EMI-. Administrator of all and doe's: the molds and
chattels rights and medits, which welt, o h 11101,1A.5. WIL-
K IN*. TN.. lute of the borough of Spokville, ;11 the county
of J.llrrwn, ant *tato of Pennsylvania. oeceasrd, at the time
at his &lob, who died 1111titelll. so flag forth that sail intes.
tale thid seized in his dome ne cf fie, of. in nod to the one
undivided half port .e fullowine descibed ieo of land
tying and being In the of
to tt wnship of Brady r in sa p id c Clearheld
and bounded by :and of Pt•tta.ll land of P. a la. Co
on thy north and by h.eil at FOX On' the tut . with a CA
-11()UFE and *TABU; thereon, with. auunt Two Perm
cleared on h o 0/I),(Flni3li TWO HUNDRED PURLS
Also. tel'lLlff forth tt.ut stud Adiniuldiator did. en 1.1 e 9th der
of September, A. 1.11. 1851 by. petition letting forto 'het the
nsrsucal property of sold totes ate was insufficient Joe he
Pal matit hi hut petits. ha appeared by it e account then end
therr produced, nail halting forth that slid ialestru e d led seized
In his deinmna of fee ot. in ant to the Oen undivided half oars
el the airm - c dumilbcd hind iyi net and thing in said Clearfield
counti—WitPßE;_;PON the Honorable BUI
FINGTON. President tad J B EVANS and R. P. ttAttlt,
his Associates, thi n en. there compOdog en orphans' Cour
mond for the said county of Airmen, the acid Lotni did
• Order and Decree •
That the sum of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS b 3 sailed
from thesele of the land mentioned in said petition.
'IDE UUBT, Therefore, dem ta k e sale or said land in
pursuance a t sad retitten. Fate to place on the 'MEN
PI( -NINTH DAY OF JANUARY, A. D, Itl4, on the
Th i ßal3—One•Third of the purehuo mOllO7 In hand, and
One /lad in every SIX Olt tNIIIS thereafter until mud.
with interest, to ba secured byjudgmeni bonus.
fly the Coen.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF
Y WITCO of an Order of Ow Orphan's CAurt of Clear.
Le field county, emoted at or:member term, tail, there will
be exposed to rtilliblii SALE on
IdONIMV THE tdECONII DAY OF FIMLWAV,Y r • IFSI,
How. At the Court Ho. in the barons h or Clea,liehl,
Farm of 26 Acres of Land,
Sitazite to Plkeroweshin, Clearfield coo oty, late the estate
and reshlenon ef Jr /lIN ETILLEItTON. dstreasof , aejornroe
lands of Daniel Bait Alexander Caldwell, and others, haeJna
E i lA Two Story Lob a'Muse and ata
a large and commodious Barn,= 4 ;•
And haviva ettrat EIGHTY Mr:ACRES OF CLEARED
LAND,ano a THRIVING ORCHARD thereon. ,
• For fart:ter tootldult subscribers us apply to the subscribe at Clear.
TElRMS.—One•Thltd of the purchase moues , to be paid at
ooeltroation of the Hoe., ni (ha balance la Threo *coital an.,
cool garments. w.th lowest. to her:oared upon the promisor
hi mortgage and Lodgment bond.
• Dlr order of theCoort,
•. . .. • DlAtAti FIJLLERTON, • 1 ' •
Administrators of tho Er .ata of John FMleitoo, deo'd.
Clearfield, December 2,9,1101-
Threlfordsbare UNION siva tho obari Three Weekly
laandoor. nod forward 1111070 W aloe.
Corrected %Veen!). iron
Philad'a b'ks, par
U. S. Bank, 13
Lewistown, no sale.
All solvent b'ks part
Relief Notes, 11'
Towandaßel. no sals
New York City.
Chelsea bank, 80
Other solv. b'ks, par,
. New York State.
Allegheny co. 60a75
America, Buffalo, 30
Commerce, do, 35
Atlas bank, 30
Canal, Albany, 25
James Bank, 1
Northern Ex., 1
Lodi, , 20a25
WM. PORTER. (erk
NOTICE - .
To Justlees`of the Peace. .
Judge. ortiotiCaurt Offiutirtur demons hays oPPlria*
/ tat natts to palatinate on 'behail of tria Commonwealth for
Oa moat, of elearlidt. Tao J tattoos nt ttor PB6eo V/ ill there•
rata pirate make routra try ran of all Crourrootwealtb buffeters
by Mail or atlttrorire. as Yana afterthp same conies belt's%) Iberia
as the aerate thategr wilt Marit 4f. •
.JOSEPII kt. FRANCE. •
clartyliettl,lflett.2o,lß3L. • ' ' •
'FOR SALE CHEAP.
rimquality cciox errom_t os pl.
orml4l,llZ e. U huts.wstr
s- '• 1r34441611.
Wl - IEIIEM3. The lionornbie ROKEItr O. WHIT&
President/odg° of the Court or Common Piers or
ronrth Judi lel 11)11, et, composed of thb counties of tl.
Elk, McKean. Pdtter end Timm, and the Ifonora*
In ItWilAftli toll AW sod P li.) el% All 3 tieteJedgeg
cleasfishi county, have , stu ed their 'precept bearing dig"
1 e EMIT!, day of Decemb:r.lll4. to /213 diround, lot hold;
COURT conritrvg ti,rlFt
o.uttr or QUARTER k I NISSION:d. AND COURT OIV,
OV Eft, ANL 'PEUAIINEII ANL GENERAL JAIL bt,
At Clearfield, in nod for Clem:field conntt., on Is e Otte*
NUN VA a of Potnnaty next—being (Lucid day of the month,; ,
NOTICE IS. THEREFORE, inutrutv (./1 VEN,
To the CO'Oter. Jorfoos of the l'eao..ll3i 0)31 indf
for tho c now of Clearfield, to altos, in tb , v own prcprf
persons. w:th 'Hong, Itectords, Indult tti;tur, Evoiniuuirou e g a d
other Eemsmbrancos, to do those ttdurs widch their offices
and in their beheld' appertain to he dice , gad all wircel ieG ,
aud othsr person,. prosecuting io hchttifof the Commonwikhn
analost any.Prelonenh are ttcr art to be then and there
tending, and not depart without ,tav at tt err Noll. Jarmo"
pointed time ,
be ottoman! in tnew ottehdance at th e ape
pointed time, ugreeably to notice
GIVEN under my hand 4c Clearfield, this 20th arty of Pcc.,•
in the year or our Lord one heusand curia incedted gal
Fifty one, and the Siveuty4 nth year of Arnsilogn
ALEXANI/Ell CALI/WI:1.1h Sheaf;
OTI(E Ir hereby given, that the fullirvine (le, •
N minas lime he, n examined tail paN, , eif
me, and remain filed of recall in this 'dike fon : ,
the impectuiii ul heirn. ereilittorr. n o d all
elhera ul Any other Noy ;arrester', and ail' be pre-,
Rented Ii the nest Orplaill'a tunri of Clearfield
county, to be hell nt the Court hence rn the lion ,
ougli oh Clearfield on Thursday the Ent, (lay or
Petit nary fur eudirinatiai
1.1. Th., bC4OIIIII. nr 14.1,1 d IRWIN fouler r inlOnt •
ehiWrue of AAN u, Laea.ste;d ~t.eratY, I
2d. Thii Guardian necountnr AIiTqUR PELL, (Ittar.llnr, .
of the Moo 0,10,en a by 11 Into Ji 13.1.0w:16
' 14. rsTE11. lie, 't
Ceiafield, llea ltPsl.li
ltWirß felei:v n)o a q .r
of , WARM.
Ti-Vt4 " nh
In 4:1 111119 at the lowest eats pewea. et In ' f Sea In ii%%0 1 / 1 . 1 .
°ash 01 gllearri La.te.a Pr 03, 1 bL
GilorNi) MAIM, wano.ro; nn I DAIRY SALT
!formal° by the Back, Warder !Inst.! by
ri,my r ... to F1,A1% Vn.
Prospectus of the Washington Union
IIE uttostreignrd bevies t urchesed this net, rnl Thning
Mich w, &St ,h w la faun tot m•tuncieri by A.. 1 11. or
elson, nano:ding to the utiaciples.oi ihe lid MAI b woo
The editor enters upon his thsk wttii drab State alba nos-
Porn thinly h.. hat 41. Unit d ; but. wh le he slistp.sis Ito 101311-
11 , 5Vons for the arduous dittl.te which the cersuelleas off
'firm.' more than his ow n inelentions have ,, der him,
he !ekes tfis oust with ti firm ste•ermei ion tint the exurvations
of those f. Wads shell oil b, i•appoinicil by any until no hit
o•vo pen of eLeter. c .0 tither. coot lees. nod a him adheis •
enc.° t.. those g mat 1.m.cq.k...1.1 which )110 honor, Om, ~es 1.
prosperr yof the cOmfire 'leveed. A:though anacqoainlidi
With fife mnr Figment of n nswspepet west, y^t he is not
wiihou•• x obi:scale ut.lte.nll ha h rep.rtteded •
that this rx,eiro nee could be hvoefi. ihily 1 xeittil to Milittiiihe
Onion to 11.0 denim:mitt I ilitr • and it n 0 1 ,11,114 br ILK
Owing the ascendency of rhow.yew Mules of 1 uhlici pulley re'
w lent horn Wnshibaten, .1111crsi.e. at,., Jackson,. ander
haiiime Lenten infttente the tepubsto fins odvatiCe.d so rapidly
to orLisheitiy and greatness.
UNIONThr wilt ntivo , ale prineip's.66, not men; nod it Will
be so condueted as to luinish Po 'octet for the imoutettott
that it wilt be devoted to the ,thole., of nu> pulittnal toppetd.
us u, coma the mean of any cow 1. ethos homed lot the per.
valet.. politic/0 adrancemret of its tort& • is eptdiers to the.
brincii I 6 and eines of the democra • to 1.0•10. It will bade.
voted to the service om his party by vet:mar those who would
depart flow its I. in , ivies or mat the h. ',or of its critot by
the 10.11 k hitt ion t Will reek to pied. •
trait LOW ional slide ; it Wit, oppose Vie f0r... , int of to t on.
I parties :sad not only tendeav rto .erteie h R111)14 to the
Oemecrofie pat), bat maks every !flat 1,, imisw' trairrifil
I Innitegs hetweea the serous lathing ul cutleitrincr, by
tostemluattng nationtl moments by ophohlii.c and deten,,,
ma the constitution. and by mhintainine the tiglesuic sta
:Antes, and by placing berme the people on all stotehteuth
the bleisines whistis 11,w 1100• the a.t e ea , Illatilatiht
con'rest wit„ the inevitable evils of dircentrat sect Peiltrio
eat :Nevi. In order to econmelsh the.' I ~p onntit, r0..1.• •
dant tonal action of the 0, o.llt ( ten will b-• sus hiueu. a ie.
d forbearance to exercise doubtful t. owe , ' mint etriees • ly
site I on. Revenue duties and a :tomtit colonel °mote) will
Ur strenumuly advotated in op, osit 01, tepintic We walls
nark ireir eis. aril Mho, similar oteninws. Ift n tato m
Mora:Mina slam of inter If Improvement, by the 1 i eral
goveronient will be eetuestly ()lipoid %smile mei) ellott wig
b: muds to rap-se Itdrml ristra Monaco, aid hula, back the
gevernment .0 the wbutc•ftni• Witt:lWe., 1 elo,lll/14. •
'I he greet ohject of the UNION to to compau path al re•
saki ; yet it.., Liam. will tica be de.utrit • ictawyles moved.
ins. it will , ndensey to It. gi up or th the spoi: eye.
and to present ell dowsed.' in iciest err end meteorite.
entity to emetic : a ad imuiroveto nn te.i.tive siieu tate.
enminerce nod manula 'tures which nuns Pfineute the
st: and lend t • the adorn:nom of thn enemy. •
We fatten bylaw the Items ne lit blob the FINN ;v11114)0
furnhhed to minorities.; anti we n fey in 0 ein•i , o•l at
we hove presented oar We: rirra mid • erre. in nit wh ' n sip •
prove st °Emma as ts- ,nose in whis.h we tiara errata tea
.aLuot be ..orinioed of how a 'finial batmen. r. A del') r
pm at Washington ncialtai a henry expeuditute : and we
filename appeal to of rho e who wwli as lucre,. to sill in inn
curiae the 12101011 01 SOMA,/ 14 (thug heir melbas, mohtan
Animas and snb cr.be s t tor r noes roe buses sole y Ohl such
routed. en . the ewer gitilllf 111, &numeric 11.0, yof tb.s. -
Unnedtitaies y th • sinew et war; Levi.
eery towels en•erents. NI.IIICII moires thought. aid which
must o...inwaiid le 4.1 Iv :1114115 its end.
Clair poptr'ry the year. iun looms
f.,r nssthanayear.sl per month.
L'ere.i Weekly Paper • y the year, in eal vacua. b ISO
for lc,* than a Year,. per trablh. 50 Weekly return by the year, 2 01
Weekly paper for six niuLthe 1
:•tub.critit.ons to toe Daily paper for lees thee two. to it,
etemi-Weekly .or less than four. cur to the 111 May fur Ilse
then six months. will not he •rcelsed.
Lr not paid within the first vx months. the Daily peere wilt
be $l2, ti eeerm•Weekly $6, and the Weekly IYJ bl) a yt or.
pttouseribers may discontinue their mein at nay tittle by
ee tea for the liti.e they have received th. m ;but rot with , at
Those who subscribe for a year. aid do nut at the tihke of
sobscrib ng order a di.comlnuance at the en , r f it. wilt be
ciersidered eons-Ahura bath they ender the paper to be step
ped. a Al pay rummages
All paym, nts to be made In advance. Thca. e tin hove cot
an oopoituuity of paying oibuwi e, may rt by mail , at
our risk—podage paid. The postmaster's ceit ticrite of such
remittance sha Ibe it sufficient receipt therefor. Pe autos of
env seecie.pm jog bank will be received
No red (entice will he given 10 any older unless the merry. at
trpostmaster's certiacete that it has been remi tad , excompa.
Letters to he pr4prirtqrc, charge.l wi.h postage. will not ba
taken Out of ,h)Gortothje.
A. . U IN 01. 4 r , N.
Wash!ngton City. April. ISM.
the l'lll'adelphhi Papers
(Bank, Cayuga L. 1
Cattaraugus co. 30
Clinton county, 15
Commercial, Buf., 15
I do OsWego, 10
IFarrners' t Seneca, 30
II - lap - am bank, 15
Meehan. Buffalo, 45
Merchants' Ex. 40
Millers', at Clyde, 10
Phoenix, Buffalo, 35
Staten Island, 50
St. Lawrence, 75
' Union ' Buffalo, 30
'U.S., Buffalo, 30
Watervliet, . 15.
'Other solv. b'ks, 1
Del. B'dge Co. 85
Other solvent, par
Solvent Cincinnati 14
Commer., Scioto, 10
do Lake Erie,7s
Urbanna B'ing c 0.05
Other solvent, lf
Under. Fives, $I