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I n ir n ;:iv,'it. lin'ii'U, will, w.' lliiiik, . ciniio mi'iMac. 1 1', ,,,1, I,.,., 1,,.,.,. .,.i.i..u !,n ' .1. iii.t.n.l i,v
a inmmrnio i.n . rtu.i t n.
Crvrnmr Hu'l' T, who In. I Iff'tiulm,,
m a' A!);;.iniM:i:;.M.s
u !,.. in iv v. r !i h mm i.' v Mi' m.
F U I W ; 'l I l V ,i clu Well f l' ri I'll
G. D. Wii!.-n, ns Ii" Ins j'l l ri-i ( iv.-.l a
largo unJ pn.i.l n.--rti...-i.t which he
propose to !l w iy cheap !, r r,,-!;,
.' The pamirr-h1,. iDiColbr.' existing ! '
I wren Daniel M'Kc'-bm an l ''"Ui-.rl ..
kcr li.ia in ',i disulv( J.
TllOI;i;,s Divine would like In receive
some infortuntion of the whereabouts of
I., v '! 'V II ', I'll
ii"is:iiii'i', I'lilun! u'y m ..ill Ihc m(;n urn tory In any I lenio :x.' vim wen ili'.tnr- the peeuliur rireiiuiM-ineo whr li suiT'iuinl
ii'ii"i'lr. in run .il lni;-i ! On ll, - ilje ltd widi dniilii r.jpiiMniii d .y Mio Vote, of my p"'mi'n I ,,llsl '' diifiuilicii of
i if i!i'' lii'."( it n;:i v ') w ' II in i 1 1 1' 1 1 in wf ili' Kiu)W.N-thiiv.i fr Cam! Commis-1 m.v ni"1 ,r,i"ni tmY ,isfy
liii n ! llial ihrrr i . an r.iiliirin'i rv-i in-l sinner, Col. Moit iinnl'iil'v declares
r.Hin'ivr ll ? sin i t-i. 'J'.ii iii'iiins in tlm his nnlnt'oninii to ilm prosrriplivo dor.
win, U juv cry iiliiiii'l inl mil llio lnow. (iriut :i i'l' Kiinvv.Noiliio.jinn, nml rciili-1 1 or, y
no ii'ii'--. m vmii ii i'i niriii, iu(i nii'iiu ,-t.s a ls ni reniinxirm wil h unv nl K-r no ilirn '
ioi'iatien lliiiii 1 1 irs )oniiNMti.?ic pnrty ;
M;:mii..s it,' I loii.t,,
Miil.idi'lpliin, (K-l. Kij
Truly, yonr frinul,
IIf.miy H. iMoit.
To I Ion. Asa Packer, I,. V. Iiarncs,!-:!.,
i in. Ovrrfiuld nil J ollitrn.
p.ri.l 'ri tli.-;t i-..i --I ( pnliiiriaiH w .mc In
Ctrl' ilin ('Icciion, anil wi ll r.-i 'Wind l).iii(
of mi vrs. A I'l ii liil s;iy.s Im can't fuiil n
Mii;;li: Mi YVT i.ian ninon-f ilicmf Tlir-v I Ibnky S. Mon-1 , .
Jtur ,u-: Having liccn your intimate
al! for Linli ridil npcm tlm suil lutf . ' ' u' ' ' l;lv" U''n j oi
h,.rs Aeon,,. Tim K,,,,, rc not ilo-' n';,-"" vinwm. y.
THE 0I'Ht:HL HETtRNS.
Itclow wo jjivo tlio ollioinl voto of tlio
I All: rr mu jnnx
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,I"X1 l'rl., ' '' 1. l , I II" l I'll' i'i i'i . , ... .... ninfu
tlu- in.'MiJM Ii i. lii" l'i'oum .- In ntirrx- for w.nic bn nt tlio Mrr Imt.ls I lot. I, j J
Im i if . '.!. hln v rsniiiir, " inmrnvd tii" our I'Hv, cmuplimi niil Imt riTcmn.
piili!ilh,ii n rumor rmrriit in loun l.y n m't l-i'iu'ifiil mnndr. ,n lm.
llint the r-nvin of Sir .1 1in I'mnMm, nin! j nni' tiunil.rr of ciliyrin, ti'l.-iuli ,. ,j t
ni' Ii: i cri w mid lli. ir sli pc, Inn! In on d,t. pl'ii lid I nn l of mmir, proc-.-r l.-d to A
covirril. S'c iiniin dia'.i'ly iK ".altliid n lio'd, nnd nftr I ho imisiriil cx")nsM
'Npni-iul ninH-rn' r to tlio Hudson liny ro:n- 'wi ro onc ll.rouli, Covciior I1i(;!cr m,j0
'piuiy's Imiir., nt I.nrhinr, nnd tliroiih the jliin nppi'im ik", was introduiMHl to t. 8tl.
ikiminpss c-f 111'? I'lovcrnor, .Sir(!i:o. Simp, jilirncc.ond delivered n clmrt hiit cvym
son. nrortnbled to In v before our renders. speeeli. lie whs frequently iiilurru,'i-J
tlm followinc outlines of n dis-pntcli recii- bv demonstration!! of npidnuso, t,nd whc0
ved by Ii i in yesterday from Dr. Kiie.
IS MATT A KX'JW MITlil.Nii f
Public ntti'illion i-i riimr-stl v inilid!o
i)iu' co'jrsu Adiimx,
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, .11 , ni "Hiurs i.ir iiuuiv years, wo niive n. vei i r :ieiiv.
;.rd u rrporteJ a fou- days s.xun, on-.l our,,. n'0W11 lm x,.rc nr confidr,,,',. I AnnVi,,
ni J fiieud tlio Squiro may mhvo Ins tt-nrs 1 in ynur peismial inti'rily mid politicnl IW-aver,
J.i:i!il iNii-bulas catc'lies it ii;;bt. H is not ! orthodoxy lias w avercd lor a moment. ! l!i (ifur.l,
. .i.. H.O...I. i ... ... . . I on ran re a i ! 1 1 V naliy". our Rni-ni-i-:i t; oil . I .. .-lo
.. i , , , . . ... ,, ,. true niai i n in- i iki.s nV'.jWCil Iiih ileter-1 . J -' i":M,ri
tI.fim.miinh!o letter of H. li. Morr, ,i , . r indi'matii.tber dnie, w hen we in urd our i ;Wir.
the Canal Coinaiiioner ch-rt. In order "",ial,j11 1. 6t'1 !,l,:u'- ll;'.v ' ho year : ns,,illU.j tl fcrrt.f and"p.-o-ii.aillord,
to accomplish the overilirow of Cov Uc ' 10 ,,UHl h lshm'n! He Hunks tiny should ' ,Crinive oiVini.:itiio.i, after Ycu had lor-! Bucbi,
j.i:n, thewhi were willin g to srlnee ' lri "'ualL"' '" ,n:u,-v re?!,ro!s ,lko l,urrm" 'n:i"y nfeepted a nomini.:. ; lor Canal ; ;(1,ier,
,m...,fti .,,,, n. , , , beings provided always however that tl- Commissioner f I eunsylv.. .a Irom iheIuinhriii,
erry ( uirr oti ect, :inJ cli.-li!iei;i!e v Ueser- - . 1 1 i,m.,r.r-i'ii i.miIv ul,wn ,,.,,, ..'.,
tcii ilieir nun ! n 1 I i i- . i , r,i jnrcnotCatlKilir.o. No a p point men ih have ; ! oioc r.i.u. ai I , lioso ivma o on trbon,
tea tlicir own candidates lor JiiJ'jo-of the , diave ahvavs been, iiml w principles (Viitre
v' . t-1 -fl l.npn niin.Mi;ii.l I,.- I.ic- I. i-,.. .II....,.,. 1 .
bupreiuo Lourl and Cnnal Couuuisioncr. i J . ' 'you linve evor ilo.'cnilcl. lour letter i cMk
Almost their entire vote was polled for! Mr icq.t tl.ut of MinUter to the hili Court peremplorily nnd positively deny! ..II ! (
i , r I.' . . i -. tii i : : . i. i. - - .. I .. .. . i i : i i
of Know-notliiiiisni, which Ims been con- connection with this Order, published in : ( fyA nicld,
fried upon n iiistin;oiihed citizen of our'Aupnst last, wan r.--rded ns abundantly .Clinton,
borough who is absent in the disclmr-e of, s . slT ! 1 , - T ' "T ( l!
notw ithstanilin this broad and euiphaiic : (,'raw for'.
jbiioin.-ial duty. The appoinlment is n ',,inia) nn,, in face of your of,
. h i:i
r at all Cumberland, 'M-l
Molt. Through the instrumentality of the
Know-Nothings, nnd from t ho zeal with
which the whigs everywhere supported
liim. nnd have sinco rrioiced over hisrlee.
livn. lt Ih fair to presume that they had " u' u,u tt,UMUCn"S UK' uulY 10 uc per-; tunes, lonnue nny tortlier statement that Dauphin,
actually neuuJeJ themselves that he was formcJ nl,d re(iccl3 "at crp,,it '!-our '"-'tpmre, we nro pained ! IMawurc,
n "cmJd enough Whi," f,r them Put Governor clrcl. The Inspector of weights t0 co'm ,niu,rv I. cra s con ttnue to Kiu,
n goon rnougt) lug (or them, l.ut ' o j regard you as nlentilied with thin clamle.s. p;ri,.
the laugh is now quite on the other ido ?n(1 ,Muasurcs for ,lns conn,.v ,s m so tine and prose, iplive Order. The f.ci IWit
of their faces. Mr. iiiolt has spoiled their i ons,l-v 8C,,Icd l,K'rc l,cin- Inauy ver' ur" : thaf yon havo been lately voted for by: Forest,'
tun most terribly. He repeals lm dccl.i- i8nu "Pl'l'cants who have each in tbier the member i of this Order ii still evident-) Franklin,
Mlln m , rnl. . ', ,, , , tw-fly rendered important service to t)0 ly the real cause or ihn suspicion. We Fulton,
no n r e f ''VPv. It is geJa'dv however Sppo,ed'k J'0" '!"' i"'l,u;! -
not nor ever was a member of the order 1 " latum upon your personal an l political I,mtin".lon
of Know Nothing, orany ether secret Po.!'Iv,t ,l,c c"1ollinit"l!) ol wnl be added !cmnclcrc ,;now how Ulljlts, any bU(;h buVmi
li'.ical eociety-that ho is a Democrat inl10 rt'scnt Si,lary of ,,,u KentInnn wl,0j suspicion is-wo l.now how ardently you jellbrsou,
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overv sense of thf word ii friend ti tU3" ls " -""u ""''"ci eompar- .ui.umi iiiu i-uudujiig 'au we unmi Juniata,
Constitution, recognizing ail citizens,
who are recognized as such by the Con-
stitution, entitled to equal rights and privi. apparently unmistakcaple cviden"" of the Icombinations' for political puqioacs we Lehigh,
leges as now provided by law-thai the fate of Sir John Franklin, nnd his coniT'' ,00' ,I,!t,il? . J',i,r W" uutv gf' L-m-rnc,
votes ,dven to him bv H,n Whi.V nml ., ' a... , , lilit-.VOinVnr'i L"1J ac.llVC a"J l".b- i Lycoming,
D o- iliulj, uiuuuu IU5U I. l.f til IIIUCIl milliui in nr.nniif nl n K nmv.nl iiiiiikiti n c I w, ! M .
:"" ' IT1 "' .it ituii,
VolMc. l-hr. Aps't.
am li-M 'if)Sj
led with himself. 'hat you would scorn to belong to any Lancaster,
j other political organization, anJ above, all,) Lawrence,
OCT 1 he tidings of the discovery ofrome i bow much you arc. opposed to ajl secret Lebanon,
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Of. 1 1
Know Nothings were in pursuance of a
bargain of their own making, in which ho
uncertainty has hung so long, w ill be. read
with jnterest. If this information turns
had neither part nor lot, that ho cannot ,ut t0 bo true, the scene of their !ulje;-in'
will no doubt bo visited as soon ns possible
rccugnizo them as his friends and well
wishers, and that so far as the dispensa.
(ion of patronago is concerned ho tells
, thcro most distinctly that he will know
result of the late election in that county 1 Mercer,
will show, u c know that night and day ; M 1 (Hi 11,
before that election, you were engaged in
contradicting the declaration that you
belong to this Order, and rallying your
Dr. line has bwn absent on tlio coast
sinco thy first of tho month of June, 153,
nnd returned to York Factory on the 25th
of August last, from whence ho forwarded
letters by express to Sir Ceorgc Simpson,
via tho 1'rJ river settlement.
After briefly noticing tho result of his
own expedition, and tho difficulties with
which they' had to contend, ho proceeds
to slate that from I'squimaux he had ob
tained certain information of the fate of
it!5i,,,jSir John Franklin's expedition who had
been starved to death after the loss of their
ships which were crushed in the ice, and
while making their way south to tho great
Fish river of lluek, near tho outlet of which
a party of whiles died, leaving accounts
of their suficrings on tho mutilated corptes
of somn which Imd evidently furnished
I fod t their unfortunate companions,
'"'"l This information, although nut derived
' ! fioin the l'squimaux w ho had communi-
'" cated wiili the whites,nnd who found their
'V-1 l','"iailsi but from another band, who o'o
' ' ,!'-) 1 taiucd her details viva voce, may yet be
i210 , ruK., 0I) Jouljt is loft of tho truth of
"I j tho report, :u the naiiies had in their pos
l,,;bl Bcs-iou various ariiclcs of European tnan
( tifiicturc which bad been in possession of
l.)01,llu; whites-. Among theso nre silver
' i spoons, forks, ecc, on one of which U en-
Ol)0:rnv,,, sir j j, Franklin, K. C. P.,"
' I vv''''c 'k'-1 others have crests and initials on
'"Jthf'tii which identify the owners as having
1 ' K" . belonrfpil to tlio ill. fated exneilillon.
2100 12'J l Drawing of tome of these havo been sent
230S 133-4 dow
l(M5j This fearful tragedy must have occur-
I'I'-' ; riti nc I.mut mm ric tnr, unriniT nl 1 k.ill
The foregoing embraces all the partic
ulars ns yet known in this city.
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next summer, w lieu no doubt relics, ami ; colleagues on tho Democratic ticket. We
perhaps some record of tho discoveries know finally, how proudly von can ro- i Morthuinb'ld 2182 "121
mado by tho intrepid Franklin' previous to! rcl my. nnd alt assaults, in the slightest ' lVrry, . ,14111 '121
his unhappy fate
and patriotism of Henry S. Mott.
fl-VTKn r.Ot.itr, :,ilnir: .:..i.....r !
v- no iwiiu.ti!i to itri vuu-li voic lor
Black's about O.OO'O ; and 'Mott'si Congress of this district.
03We havo now received tho official
result of tho recent election from all the
counties. Pollock's majority is about 37,'
about 190,00. The question of n prchib-j
itory liquor law was decided in the nega- 'f"111?0!
live by 5,000 .majority. Wo ore sorry for
.Jh'?; but feci prTfcetly innoernt of ihc j jy(-;rso'n '
murder. Our readers will remember that J Clarion,
early last Spring, we raised our -feeble I AHuian,
voice nirainst tho mi.inir of this nucstinn'.k'kj
o o 1
with poli.ics. in any shapo or form. The
Dcrwcratic press of tho Stntc generally
look tho fame ground. In fact, it requir
ed no great forsight to sec that 6uc!i a
courso mu&t be fatul :to the ultimate suc-(
cess of the icfGrni, whether successful nt
lha late election or not. Put discreet coun
sels were cast aside, erd the entitling nnd
intriguing sharjc'sof tlio Whig party, see
ing a beautiful opportunity lo use it for the
purpose of overthrowing tho Democracy,
succeeded in cajoling many honest teni
pcranco men into tho movement, and now
wo have the result. Let the fault, nndj
deep-drawncurscsof )egnred widows and'
orphans fall upon the brads of tho fiends 1
in humnn shape, who would prostitute so
aacrcd a cnuse to base political ends.
. . ... . . . i .
will bo discovered !l,crcc nl"'clmS our canning as a Dem
ns hostilo to the Order of Kuow-iVoth- iSusouchann.i. 212(1
All honor, say we, lo tho independence Fra,.I;lin sailed from England in 13 !5, nnd '"cro,1 T T , T
." ( t i y i' i'-1 l:1-' uu i .iv. i j ij uiu m.j. iti j i ii iv pit
if this account is correct, of his IiavInS ty of IVnnsylvania, that you aro ns true
pensnico, in icoo, no must linvo spent ' to tlio Democratic: laitli as any living, nnd
about four years in tho Arctic regions
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ings, as its most conscientious nnd most j Sullivan,
uncompromising opponent, we address you j Tioga,
this letter lo give you an opportunity i Union,
over your ow n name, to answer these un-; Venango,
founded assaults of your foes and the, Warren.
mistaken suspicions of your friends.
James M. Pourr.it,
John N. Ik n uinson,
I. F. li.vnNF.s.
CCrTho following lines, which wcro the
concluding nppodl of one of the members
of tho Uepublican Insiituto of this placo on
tho repeal of the recent enactment 'by our
borough nnthorilies, and which came up
before that body at a recent meeting, are
decidedly rich too good to be lost. ' 1
lr.irli ! Hie liaarrC ili--pfirt:iiit ti'iti'S
t lining 1'ron Ilia pcrkerK lliroiils
SiiriiliT soiiU'linjr evi-r,- jiu-nl
Hurrah ! fur grub wurum uml repent.
Ifi'iir yo nut Unit ponml impwci't
01' mine! to muie in llio stri l ?
Ji) sad (.'nmiilitiiiiii oimins fiulfrn
tuir (niiii i.1 ,ir" ull mil i.l furii.
TT nii'.'bt b'liiimnti' "' itl.I up
'HP t"Un would wiwli tint in li nrs,
ll'n (.n o ail-jilmy'il in luri,iwi ilrcp
A fill diiiiM,y ili.ul' i..v waul t( "nirji."
CrNow .that Col. Mott has so mag.
nnnimously rebuked the Know Nothings,
and boldly declares himself to stand firmly
upon tho National Democratic platform,
PlflLADtLl'IIIA, Oct. 10, 1851.
Oemti.emen : I am grateful to you as
old and valuable friends for tho penorous
and eloquent letter you havo addressed
tome, i clo mo- no moro than justice
in expressing the belief that Mmo not:
had, and have not now, tho slightest con-; . D
York, . , 4707
allusions wi re rondo to tho bnttlo yrt t0
fought, for the Constitution and tho Civil
and Keligioua righti of all citizens, the
plaudits testified -with what carneslnesi
the Democracy i.f Ihi-i Commonwealth
havo enlisted in the campaign. Governor
Piglcr has endeared himself to the people
of this .Slate by a bold and niauly avowal
of the fundamental principles cf the purtv,
uml his defeat docs not bring with it a sin
gle stain upon his public character. Hij
Inst address to tho pcoplo is truly a ro.
publican document, and will staud as the
lie.st evidence of tho basis on which lh
administration of tlii3 model Chief Magis.
tiuto has retted.
The following is an abstract of Gover
nor l'.igler's remark?, noted from memory.
It was a very common thing for a suc
cessful candidate who had honors to be
stow, and a long official career before him
to be thus greeted, but it was unusual for
one who occupied It is position, which wai
rather that of a setting than a rising sun
to bo thus greeted. Ilo had endeavored
to discharge his otlioial duties faithfully
and to tho best of his ability ho had pro
claimed to the people of the State his hon
est views nnd principles and although
stricken down by un uu-ieen secret foe,
his heart was cheerful and hi3 FpiriU
buoyant, because ho felt that tho princi
ples he had avowed were right and just,and
that linio would vindicnto their correct-
ners. I lo had stood upon the doctrines
ol the Constitution; he had contendud lor U
tho political equality of citizens of all
creeds nnd of ull classes; he hud opposed
the formation of secret Bocieties for tho
accomplishment or political objects ; he
had not striven, as somo persons falsely
alleges to array one portion of tho com
munity against another, but had made the
principles of republican equality his guide,
and hail throughout his whole official ca
reer faithfully ndhercd to them j and but
a very few years would clap30 before the
correctness of his position would be uni
It was not tho first timo that tlio party
he belonged to had been overthrown. It f!
Important from IlavaQiia.
THE ASSASSIX1TI0X OF f.lSTANCA.
New Oni .EA.N3, Oct. IP. Letters re
ceived hero from llavanna, by tho steam
ship. Hlnck Warrior, report that the nssas
sin of Castaneda, tlio enptor of General
Lopez, succeeded in making his escape.
Thu funeral coitego of (ho murdered man j was defeated in 1810, and epnin in 1849,
was composed entirely of the police force, j but every measure upon which it hbd been
(Guardki Cirit.) paraded for the occasion i temporarily defeated, had sinco been glo
by order of the Government. riously vincicntcd and triumphantly es-
The indignation of tho populace nt this ; lablishcd. It would bo eo herenftcr, and
proceeding was very great, and the pro-! whatever migl t bo his futuro destiny,
cession was frequently insulted by oi nro-1 whether he should retire forever into rri-
5G53 1 bious cries from the people, which irrila- j va'.r, or ngain participate in political Lib,
1042 ted the members cf tho police to so high jit should be his prido and pleasuro to be
1525 a de?rco that thev attacked the rennlr. and Ion" to tho rrent nnrttr of Ihn Common.
- i i ' n n ( .' -
sr vei .il were killed aud wounded in the af- wealth, of tho Constitution, of Republican
Iray. . '" I frerdeni, of equal rights, and of progress,
Large bodies of (roops were ordered j which had left n glorious impress upon
out, and tho guards nt tho gales of the ci- j tho pages of our national history,
ty, and other stations, were immediately For tho short remainder of "his official
doubled, ns some popular outbreak Was , term, he would studiously endeavor to
Quiet was, however, soon restored, al
though, tho previous excitement was most
discharge to the best of his abilities Lis
Fxecutivc duties, and ho would ever grate-
lu.lv remember tlio kindness which he had
Henry S. Mott, : : :
George Darsie, : : :
Majority, : , : : :
Si rREHB JunoE.
Jeremiah S. P.lack. : : :
necu'on with any secret political organi- .V, .r ,, '.
zation however called; and J fee! Hint l' I"mn1S, ,!:im1' ''
deserve your confidence as a Democrat! ,,!ack sJr,ty .',fv,:
and as a man os fully and as entirely atj , li 1 S il A L IiLTOIlD.
the present unv, as nt any termor pcrio.J.
To tho same extent do I feel entitled to the
i i-iiua ti Jinn. . .iii.-ii uiu un tuiiiiiuu inni , , . , ,
I w. WtrfiLL, M I 1-armers and Merchants' P.ank, Oswego
. ...... .... ... . ...nil n , , i ...i. .i-ri. i
I farmers nan oi unanuiugua.
i Hank of Carthage.
Farmers' and Merchants' bank, Mary
Tho following is a list of hanks that
r ,, n . j have burstrd within n short time past :
or -tno Demociatic party of, n . '
., . '. I .l atchin Hank, liufia o.
lui W linn (Iia inrihiitntifin rlif ' '
intense, ns nil were commenting upon the J received from tho people cf Philadelphia
stit'jeci in terms oy no means lavoraDlo tomnd ol tills great Commonwealth.
Cicn. Concha. A letter snvs :
"This is tho second occasion of a popu
AttEOED Outrage Upon the Amt:2i-
lar disturbance during tho last four monihs CAN F.LA0 ,1Y AN Enclisaman. Th
and is an evidence of -tho growth of dissat
isfaction." Such commotions against tho Govern
ment wero unknown before tho present
New York Mirror of Thursday furnishes
tho following letter: -
Rio de Janebio, Sept. 2, 1S54.
Du.vn Colonel: I hasten to inform yon
which you refer was made, I took tho first
proper occasion to repel it in strong, un-
tvmn tii ril nil el Miinlni'ii Inotfimurt f r,un
HI'I'JIII'.H III UlUtll.' lit 111- U .1 " V. J 'III t 1
i ii ., ..:..i , ..i land
- - u.ni ii in uuu in una in, ii iu i iuiv oil, or inai
Asfi:nr.LY. Wc have not yrt received i might be required at my hands. It is nl
the Oiiicial veto of M'Konn, but wen rein-! I,0-.C'1 ilso,nfi oflll P,I,CM. lhl1 1
.,,!,. I ., .. .i , ,, . , oiu uui ii"hiii uuu ii:hiii ri pen i mis von
formed by good authority that Mr. Cald-!, ... . , ' . i ' i
Hank of Millford, Delaware.
VAb r iiltVirtii'K oni'ni-al nllnmhlc ln A ma of anolhor instance which has Inloiv oc
ULUIWUII WUllljllO litlU JM ill 111
viouslv been mado to assassinate Casta- c'jrrcd n ,ha Falkland Island stamp,
noja . showing up tho most high-handed outrep
. . . jon our flag by on English officer which iJ
OThe American ofikcrs in tho Turk.! ye'"n3L;ttlcc1-. . ttt1 .'
ish service under Omar Pacha, in tlio I , The steamboat Bay State," James II.
Principalities, and General Guyon in Asia, I nr.ulcapt.nn, left the United States for
have, in all the military operations thus ;Caliiorn.u in December last, and ortcr put
far, conducted themselves so well ns ,0 : 1'ng into several ports, w'at obngnd to un
win much praise. Among these is men- i,-0 h,et!vy TP01" 01 1 nnmbuco,which
tioncd a Mr. Porter, of New Jersey, whol'K'ln'?,d '".t-0 months; ho then pro
enjoys tlm confidence of Omar Pacha, nnd l'00 " ' course, touching at Dubm,
who gave the Russians the last blow near wl-pnddlcB unshipped, nnd under
Pusco, after which ho brought back his uCi ns n ,hrec masted Echooner.
son.nlronu In Rif. iv. n!ii,nn..lT nt tlm 1 lio vessel was leaky, and did not mind tho
! nearly surrounded by a vastly superior ': w'cl'mcn constnnlly ntlhe pumps.
Farmers' nn.l Merrbnnts' It.ml.- Me.,,. I force of the enemy. Two Americani ser.l 'Sl-r3'i'g vessel in ine Oist.mee Hie
i - f i - i- . imoniiii". bo sr t Ma eolor-a unit FnnnA the
i viii" ii ill ii x i invnit. in j k n n c n. , o' - - - - ...
a - ---, --..v.
well received the cn'.iro voto of the county
trndiction. Hut I prized my own chare
ter too hp'hly I value my principles too
v.e think il would bo but an net of justice w''h the exception of fivo which were cast i dearly 1 have labored too long and too
to tho neenlo ns well ns ibemsrhri. fur for P.ackus. Caldwell is thoroforo elected ! zealous! v in the Democratic ranks to deem
cycraloihers,whowerc.;omina:edbvthe!by a very largo majority. it necessary that I should volunteer a rc
, , . , .' ' ' ! ply to every imputation upon my standing
Democrats, but claimed ns members of n ,f . i ,.J n iu 1 '
, . Ciior.r.RA at ulARTiNsucnc. The I ,,s n ucmoerat.
thntpro.script.vcbundormiunight proscnp- Charlostown Dec Press learns Com a pri-! All that you say of my opinion in re
tionists, and received thir votes, to vatc source that tho cholera has ntinin SnrJ ,0 'k' accusation, I cheerfully en
foltoiV l,Min'ol.!rtvnmmV Mr I'.,,,-, 1 npiicarcd in MartinshurT Vn. Mr. Wnsh. i dorse ; and 1 am "hid that I have hud had
our member of Cm-re, rWt.'u i!,,u '"'gion Krocsen and thico parous died on i fomiblicd to mc an opportunity that cnn.
Massillnn Rank, Ohio.
Ohio Savings Institnto, Tiffiin.
Cohluato Rank, Roston.
Rank of West Killingly, Connecticut.
Eighth Avcnuo Rank, New York.
Rank of Ellsworth, Maine.
Elkhart County Rank, Indiana.
Rank of Northern Indinna.
Rank of Washtenaw, Michigan.
Emo nnd Kalamazoo Rank, Michigan
guish themselves whenever nn opportuni-j r,CIirC(J "n" 10 surpnw, tired b
ty otrers. s'l0t "cross his bow, then another, utid
' , then a loaded gun was fired, tho hall pan-
Hard Hit. the Cincinnati Gazette, 1 fin? bclwe'n tho fft! und mainmrsts. Ho
referring to the ftct that several paupers !""' l0) "nd e,1l? arSrr American flag, to
I Kn(.i. i imouco ttio r.ngiistmnn to dos.st, but et
the authorities of Roston, says
fmm Tjimnn h.nl Iwnn shlnno,! hnnL- l. 1 muilLO 1. 10 1
,i,...,u.;,:..rn.,n ' . another shot was fired, which alsocame
u-n mnv ni r,unr, tn Uinn Jcat " hulI ond havo sunk hm
sent back to the place from whence they!in hcrr .tlis1abl1cJ conditio". n" probabili
came, only it strikes us that a city which' ,f lt,1,,aJ 6!ruc,k-, lhus ,our 1,,n,nk
r.,v ' 7- i , . 1 pcmnts a Police Court to send back while V , , , A ,
irom Mexico wo have somo odd i mf1. ,vnillon ,. ,.,, -.tour poor little schooner, whilst the Cat.
;otten up nt the" ros9 lho occnn, because thry arc poor,lWa,s vd t0, ,!l' w aA ''cr Ma'
of the national i i... . , , . '. i tv s o icer. who soon boirded her. and in
; to declare .mat I am not now and never, feto days, the government officers, and i "mni-" -n'p ',,,;' n C" ' " . n imperilivo tone demanded horpat cr".
" v ii,Aii.,. ..ini-r,.-, i - i tiit'N v 1 1 1 t ii l iiif KMinr rimri in iHiini in un a i.ii i. i i
fir nan al. nnd wfi Ih nk il woiiM ho 1 it . ' ... i i . . i . , . . . . o . i .
' cctLTil iroenuvere I I ' L I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 Ii S V I S WlOP aiKI fin CP 111 ( 1TP I'otitf.l l, ,.l...l .
I H.V, tl'l III ID - J - - - - .-3 - ' " ! . (IjlHlll M tl It wl lllu V'lIU
ovii.invTi:, Oct. 21 Ihc tram from,h''Vo tiecn a member ol any other polifi-1 diplomatic officers wero cxiiee.ted to at. Ur- .... , .... . ..... Cantuin Wardle rrnlied that ho should r
: n . . . i , - , ... '..1 : : ... i . ., . . .. : . . i v r"inia. uccauso no is a s avo. i nat sn ." . 1 .
, " ".' ' b ""v" I . . " I '" i lenu,.
an net of fairrrr.s on his part to place him
siitf right upon the record. 1
. . . Boston to-day run over n girl of about l.f-;cal organization but tho Democratic par-'tend.. Tho latter, however, refuse to , i.,aiaa. member whom he was. when lho hrnra
, i m;ro"ne r1" "sucirby t.ic leniiorai ,0,.n Y,.nrs 0f n?0 ,m,r n m;,0 from tho i ty. Wheij I becumo tho candidalo of the : W-Car their diplomatic dross, as it was a , W"A western paper says a few days , lieutenant mentioned tho fact o! his having
of tho I emperance party, in Philadelphia depot here, killing her instantly. Wc J Democratic party lor Canal Commission- j private ball, whereupon Santa Anna nd ; 6'nc0 n lrain composed of nine wagons and an nrmed boat alongside - '
nnd rl.-ewhero nearer home. 'did more lo : kavc not nsccrtained her name. ,cr, I depended upon that ulono for my; ,is officers refused to attend, and tho balL"'"')' persons, crossed tho Missouri enst-l On seeinir tho papers, he desired fas a
nl.lr.l nn V , . I . .. I ...11.. -...,1.. ... . ... .. I I .. I ., n 1. . C . I .Til . . I . . " .r' .
. ii..,iii.i!. ,.,iiii,3 , until eateniiiy iuuy , was postponed just Ucjoro it was to com-1 " ul ) " ol" yl "u,v noma, i ney , partial ntonem.
defeat Prohibition nt the polls than nil olli-
ntonemcnt for tho outrage, wo sup.
-J". . . ' , , 1 " ,T.an,.cr,thc '"1CS' ofio whole people, I can re.',ncncn. Santa Anna havinu ordered an1"1"! k'ft Salt Lake City on account oflDOse) to make an entry on the logbook.
i oi nr
I am ii
i, ii nd i
opposition, whooiherwiin would have hern I Gov . Rrrni-u lv Kansas. Gov. Ilcc-; "' '"',l.1 rr ulw-"uc 10 vc uoanne.ho American residents, notifying them i borough, Mass., havo been insured by , ticcr or man on board of her Mnjostys .
. i ,n. . , ... I T . ' . IIIV iiii.,v..ii.i U U WIIUIU IH.'il lL-, Uilll IU
, p 7 ,,, ' "ur ' I"-" " oec w ns 8u,k on t.io upper im.ss.s- prt.scnl 1C inlorosls ofno olhcr pn.ty in iHuminntion ofall tho housed i the city,! .oppression nnd immorality of their) which he did over his own signature, sta
to Gov. Ri'der nnd the Demnrm he rnnilt. ; si niii. nhovo tialcna. a few davs since. I .i... ,. nin ...... t ..i i . ' 1 rM... ..l ......,.. " 0"'"'u,l-i "
: .. . . u; i.. .. .- r.t ; "i-i-'ii.' ... I'usuiuti t .uu uuimi lo.issuiii.:. under severe penalties, tho U. ti. Ambns. tmjr mat no urea wide oil the schooner, tfl-
lundred., aye , s,vr i o Tom l.. 1 , V'1" I,""ses,t dcercu ol civtl , sador refused lo illuminato his house or Sinouj.au iNsuaASxE.-Six mnjestic! king her to bo a Russian privateer! 'A
. i ... U ' a" sii , .j in n iiaii3,ii(. ti eoniuuon. nml i,,.r,,,L. i.t,...i .. .....l t r...i. nnii.n t . . i . . ..I . ... . , i, n. r.
i raniisoi inci". i " , ..i..fa...i. i.w.i;,iiiw . uuinH uuv,tm., H(lsl ,3 nog, ami scut a circular to
dates generally, drovn hum
thousands of voters into the
I i , , i , . . . , i 1.11 D IV n I7rtn L- n nil-ii In 11, n I .-.nc' iliilinn .1.... .1.1 . I 1 . ,
fir a Prehihi'orv I iv ' ' " '' uerianuei al i-ori i,"iivrnworin, wiucli: w u v,.,c,,.u.hm llm. lnc (lt,,crco nau nw aumoriiy over tiioin.
. .' .. ..L!-ll-.- I wii: ,U. bis inmo for the present. Ilo 0' 8UC,, sI,.;'11 bo proscribed from civil Xext day he sent a letter to tho govern.
: CIt is ascertained that the next fiatoiwiis gn-i ted on his arrival nt the Fort with'0. , , nr 111 ny degree debarred of his, mem 0n tho subject, and there was much
Legislature will stand as follows: Scmtc il1m na'ional salute, nnd a public reception
13 Democrats, to 15 Whigs and Know.
Nothings. House 4 2 Democrats, to .'s
Whigs and Know. Nothings. We wiil pub-' issued
kh a list o. i'--1 mT,ili"rs al ns rnnv n i! iy Thur
was given him.
their owners in tho sum of five hundred i brig who dared to no to sea in her.
dollurs, nguinst loss by lightning or ftrc.l This gallant young officer signed him-
03-Tho mountains in tho vicinity off1-" "cutenani enmman-.
gcauof. ,is religious beliofor the, ,,, foeIil)g. At the baU above mentioned WeSrvSlZiia1; on llm SXof iin h? Maj08,yV- brig, Ronita and i.
llH-L Ul Ull 111, I It tl'flO CIlimAPAll lllll Vrtnlr. A r. m fi n nnd f V trinnil r L.L n. mm III
place oi luitti. , i it was supposed that Santa Anna was to
In UlC Into Canvass, I dilinoillly CXer- ,Q nroclmmnd l'.mnnmr. nnrl nr.r. rini.
TitAMisciviNo. Governor Riglrr hnsi",J my liuinblo abilities to secure lho t ri- mcn had already made the proclamation.
Ins I'ror.lanntion recommending ".l"'. ,'" ",u ''mj party . anu usi -
,1.v iKoiiii, nr v i i principles, nnd lo fidvnneo the o;i"crsi of, OCTftlnyor I
-I,3,the30h of November, as a day ny nI(, ,, wc (ric(i co;ion c,n ,e ' Know-Noihing
August last, were covered with snow, tolono .f "l" yUD? "8,8h oler! '
the no httlo surprise of tho citizens. . IT" of Tml" " 'i htia Th
depositions of Captain Wardlo and crow,
. of ( lenrral Tlniiksi'ivinu.
Conrad is snid to he the
favorite lor the next U. S.
ticket, and its with pride and plen'jro that Senator.
. . . . i tt ' 1 utl'"oiiiuii3 ui iaoiuui i
corns are 8o,a .n ine uarnsburg hnve bcCn mado boforo our consul here,
market nt 0.J cents n bushel. QSd i( ho intQU(ion pf our ,inis,cr at
OrPotalors arc abundant in N. llama, lira Cuurt to forward tho namn to lho De-
! shire and Indionn at 25 cents a bushel. Ipnrlmcnt of State. ADIOS.