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Towanda, Wednrsday, October 11,1848.
Gen. LEWIS CASS, of Michigan.
• FOR. VICE-PRESIDENT,
Gen: W. 0. BUTLER, of Kentucky.
Presidential, ?Woodall', boa'
The returns we neeegsarily somewhat impeder
but sufficiently full on Congressman to shew that Mr.
Wmucrr's majority iu this county alone will reach 12
or 14 handled votes, a majority unprecedented in our
political history, and this ton, in the face of the
most reeklessdisorpniiing faction that ever existed
in any place. Notwithstanding all their treachery,`
baseness, falsehood, frauds and forgeries, the peoit ,
ple hare stor'd boldly forth in defence of the noble
champions of the rights of freemen. But the blow
aimed by the disorenizers has we fear, fallen heav
ily on some of the other candidates of the Demo
cratic party. Present, appearances indicate that
Mr. Aspenwall our candidate for Sheriff, and Dr.
Crandal, our candidate_ for Prothonotary, have
been made victims to the treachery and duplicity of
the Bull and Patton faction. In all their strong holds,
—whenever they have raised a corporal's guard,
Aspenwall and Crandall have not only been de.
sertedjit them,'bot the votes of these traitors to the
Demoicratic cause have been cast ,opeuly 'Mr the
whig 'candidates. They have signally failed when
they: Most wished to succeed—their venomous
shafts directed towards Mr. Wilmelt have fallen
harmlessly before him, but they will no doubt gloat
upon the injury they have inflicted upon the Dem
; oaratic party in the overthrow of two of its regular
ly nominated candidates.
We have no returns from Susquehanna or Ting*
but, from the index furnished by Bradford we feel
confident that Mr. Wilmot's majority in the dietrict
• will not be less than 3,000. The disorganixers,
have not polled over 200 votes for their candidate
Brewster in Bradford. •
They could only raise fifteen in this Borough
The majority lot Lonwareth will probably reach
4150, Painter's, will be still larger, and the Dem -
rratic ticket, except Sheriff and Prothonotary elect
Langstrelb. Johaeton. Wilmot. Tracy. .Aar'n.. Dates
Albany . , 24 -18
Atfiens li & T
tand'g St. 4
Troy B & T
Towanda B 5
These returns indicate the election of Dobbins,
(-Whig) by a small majority. 'Dr. Crandall is un
doubtedly defeated, and the rma of the county. Aicket
elected by majorities ranging from 200 to 600.
Lotigstreth's majority will be abtiot 450, though
it may reach 500. The majority on Congress will
ke nearly iNot quite 1:500!
Gbrious News from Susquehanna
By this e7citi tg's mail, we have the gratifying
intelligence that 'Susquehanna co., has given Wil
mot 1500 majority ! Huzza! Freemen, for this
noble vindication of ) uur boldest champion !
The Free 801 l Ideveuteirt.
The utility at value of the present Uprising of
the Freemen of the North in defence of their Rights,
is already beginning to be manifest. We say, be
ginning--although it has already achieVed for Free•
'doom the greatest and most important results: We
allude to the passage of the Or eg on Rill with the
Wilmot Proviso principle incarcerated therein,—
au aeldevmerit which was the natural result of tbe
mighty voice of Liberty which wept up from Bat
tale, and which 'caused the meet servile, abject and
debased minions of Slaceocracy to pause before
they encountered the stern and withering rebuke
of their. Northern constimeney. We conficiendy tra
sett, hud the North quietly sold tamely sobutltted
to the bravadoes and demands of the South—we
fear that the unconstitutionality of the Jeftersonian
Ordinance, re:enacted at the beet of the late ee&
'ion, would * have extended north of 36° 36°, anti
.the bill met the prompt Veto of the President
The gradual and increasing rapacity, of the slave
Power, demands from every Freeman serious and
ralm deliberation—and he, who solemnly and
thonglefully comes to the conclusion that the crisis
is come when he should act upon this question, re
gardless of his former party bias, or organization- 7
occupies a position which conscience must approve,' ,
and honest hearts and free minds endorse and sanc
tion. He, who, giving up Party to Country, leaps
forward, to give direction and impetus to the Cause
of Progress and Truth—especially, when those
.Truths are those of Eternal justice and 'equality—
will, receive the rated of praise and honer which
are eve/tire - to follow homestead - virtuous odic' one
—thotret party mercenaries and-a' subsidbia sad
hireling'pref.. ini4.4g the bid , log of 'ecrOt
lira, hint Ai:dr - bitterest aci d wait' airetiate
lltemea. • ' 'mac
In this State, this prostitution of Csovemnent_par
tro,tage, forsthe purpree of suflinz the free voice,
tool tioaspeeeh of Fie Woo, in been more app.
ie n rimd itifs offecloakibettrin agrettborio
the Union. iioe . *- , titt4s Ai , itt
Sellifieu4: 4 4,_ . *-
~, s ittisli tot ifointi Ottooet!..
an 11 0 81 tipinmikrate : 1 114 1141peof CA
nerrkfea tAble Jibe elfe‘mo
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without robnine• to Puty.—seray9d cif by she
aide ofiett,otbec ealloatigek *flit Cart PLOP'- ,
man Freedom. Dare any one insult the into&
gene, the dignity or the patriotism of gar citizens
by supposing what then was the spontaneous and
unanimous cities of the true heart of the people', is
hot equally as, nowt *lfni: tPliOtty dat#Ostire
been at mock, which andif have produced such a .
changer' bripicritilaire int Asiergeti.= , thertiev
ar chamle—thoosh their Madero say let a time
manufacture public sentiment, give a false direction
folio expression. Porttieians, as a chive, are too
apt to, be renal and` mswincipled--too willing to
sail efore the breezes ef power end petronage•
and too mercenary in the mfleencee which guide
their course. They find this easier, than a fum
and rigid adherence to principle—and it is not sur
prising that when the controlling influences are self
and place, that they should put their principles on
and ofT, as they do their garments. We are not
Wind to the fact, that this State contains her full quo.
to of such partizans. The Press•, too, is in a de.
glee, under such adverse influences, and instead
of neing,watehmen upon the towers of Liberty—
are mete adjuncts and tools of interested and selfish
t eliquem Who has forgotten the memorable snug
pAst_which has sehieved for the Tariff of 1646, and
its friends such a triumph in this State? The his
wry of that principle, should louts our politicians
more honesty and boldness, when the great and
undying principles of Democracy are to be battled
for. With shame, we say, a portion of our politi•
Reporrto hissistat or U. S. Tsooes,-The
Cherrii-e Advocate of Sept. I tat, has heard repons
of the demur:lion of a part of Company fl., U. S.
Dragoons, that left Fort Gibson a short time since
for Santa Fe." One of the privates who started with
the command, returned to Gibson several days
since, and reported. as we hear, that some distance
beyond the Salt Rock, the Carnanches stole several
horses, and that a sergeant with a detachment was
sent in pursuit. After following some distance they
came op with the Indians, took their horses from
them and started back to rejoin the main body ; bat
had not proceed far, tickers they were overtaken
by a large number of Indians, who charged upon
them and killed, cerainly, one of the Dragoons and
were in ponunt of others ; at this time the returned
dragoon modeles escape, by . ninnieg his home to
death, and being Unable to rejoin the command, inc.
ceeded in geeing to Gibson, without knowing the
fate of his detachment. The reports model* him,
did not, we hear, receive much credence from the
officers at Gibson, who, believing him to be a de.
eerier, bad lam placed in the guard house
!Since then, however, it said that two other dra
goons of the same command, have reached thew
per settlement of the Creeks, one of these,betily
wasmded, and that a wagon has been sent from
Fort Gibson to bring them in. If this last informs- 1
tioo be correct, it leaves bat hale mom tit doubt,
that there has been difficulty berrtween lbeCaman
rhea and the dragoons, and as there was but one
Company of the loner. these is no knowing what
may have been as fate.
We give these reports se we havereceived them
—(says the Advocate)—simply adding that there
is not the - least doubt as to the Mara of the &Vote
It will kw pastel:erred that the o 4 cuts attached
to dila company are .Lieut. flaked, commending,
and Licht. Socket. 'We sincerely hope no disaster
has *idles thietnil
clans saw fit to use deceit in regard to that—lather
than stand up for the Truth, under every, and upon
any occasion Yet the same men, now, are most
vociferous for the Tariff of 1846, and will hardly
concede to lbw% who stood upon that ground throe
good and evil report, the credit of being its suppor•
tern. In this District, alone, was the battle fought
upon the broad principle—and three out of the live
papers which the Harrisburg Union said was the
number supporting it—were published here. Now
bow similar in regard to the Jeffersonian Ordinance.
In this District may be found,* ending almost 'lone
—the only Democratic papers, which dare say they
are heart and soul for that great movement. (The
Washingtot Union says we are the only paper in
the State which is Democratic--widi a Proviso—
but we are happy to be co-laborers in this cause,
with the Montrose Democrat; Ticrga Banner, and
the Potter Journal.) Why this taciturnity in regard
to a measure which our State has sanctioned I The
reason is obvious, and the.answer is plain. Men,
great States men,looking with expectant and greedy
eyes upon The Presidential chair—have led off in
a crusade against 'this ,great principle, to gain the
support of a section of the Union which is never
divided, and is always true to doom' ioterer•—and
as a matter of consequence—
Tray, Blanebe and Sivreethaart
Link dogs and WM—
the small fry of politicians—lesser luminaries,
which revolve as satallites around the larger,—have
taken the same direction. This is the true reason
why this State has apparently changed upon a ques
tion which is as vitally important to it as to any in
the Union. That the People are where they ever
were we have not the least doubt. Already there
are the glimpses of the coming day breaking thro'
the gloom. Already the machinery of party, which
binds our.citizens firmer than in any other portion
of the Union, is beginning to give way before the
uprising of popular feeling. The mind of the mass,
is breaking astray from the dictation of ambitious
leaden!, and taking the right channel—a channel
into which a current which will soon flow which
shall break down the barriers of Slavery propagan
dism,—and prostrate all who have attempted to
stay it or who may foolishly place themselves iu its
course. The skies are brightening in our own he
loved Commonwealth. A little patience, friends,
and all will be well.
We call upon the Democratic party of the State
to take the ground now, which eventually they
most occupy. A bold, fearless and firm course is
the belt, upon this question s& upon all others. Do
not ask the people to re-enact the Tariff joggle of
1846—even though it may seem the most feasible
mode of arriving at its ultimate success. There are
those who are determined to do this work; they
would much rather do it in the party—but oat or in,
Humanity and Truth demand it should be done.—
They deplore the necessity—but they must recog
ttize it, when it is so palpable. The Whig patty—
with. unwonted /sagacity, have already attempted to
seize upon this question, which indications so clear
ly prove, is shortly to triumph, and nothing but the
gross inconsistency of associating it with slave hol
ders dealing largely in human . 4 Cattle," prevents its
being effectual. The Democratic party must re-as
*edits old position, to keep progress with public
ratidalopeiefrato Newark, N J with_
Mary &War Irschntrat;plemil griOty tio the elitz
of sedrwrion et Utica,- and was setaaneed to
State Prison for two 'years.
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aMteribar e s e" annomiceio ,
LraTiltlipoieon is sing been elected !take Na
tional Assembly front Moselle. The MAI of the
Anaintilkikibit 07. ef-,PgrialatillOwrllt L i ke g - the .,
three maritime candidata", it is titoreoc . aa4 inir 1
ten chance of being elected. ,la wale tanandiv• I
sanitnar the *Wallin , have OM:at marry inter and
so has Louie - Nepotism in whets. blembal Scar
, wand also hap a great number. bet au the whole
1 the Moderptn we likelrtcr pin. i •
'flut Nmionale expects that the legit& and
ratinkthear - ilitedered rant lav_4o l , o".helft
bontbara .iiint lliikortimately, bait's - via the -1 I
pal des Debris pablirhes precise dmaile of 4 Pdle •
contrary character. .
Sernt.,--Genend Cordon, impala with an Aid.
de-Camp, set oil this evening fin Catalonia. Re
hope: and expects to compterrabete and his par
titans before the approach of wiater.
Irsur—Charlite Albert salved , at Turin es the
isih. and rewarmed Min hima' m relent their pod
feuilktr, in order that he *Agin be enabled to form
a new cabinet, more in harmony with the wants ot
the country and more in the union with his own
The Piedmenleae Gazette, °ribs tint, pe e *,
telegraphic despatches stetting that the V ios
steamer bad been ordered by the Sicilian govern
ment to land troops at Milano; that the Neapoli
tan troops that had advanced from Messina bad
been repulsed on the Bth. and that the government
had ordered the immediate formation of seven
camp, namely, Ceram; Syracuse, Girgentia and
T uag s T ,The cholera cootinses to rap at Con
A froth conflagration had 'occurred at Galatea by
which 200 buildings were consumed.
&Leo:vv.—A letter from Leripsir announces that
the late insurrection had been erpshed by the en
ergetic intervention of the troops. All the baci
rade, were taken and destroyed. The fire was
kept up by insurgents from the houses of the Johan
iagape, by which many of the troops fell victims.
It has been ascertained that the insurrection arose
from political canoes, and was probably a -republi
Acimu.s.— , Vrestra, Sep. 13th.—Notwithstanding
the disturbed and agitated state of the town, pram
was firmly maintained at the Brinrse today. Great
fears are entertained that the public pence will he
threatened during the night, as it is doubted wheth
er the National Guard can be depended upon, is a
portion of them have already jouied . theinselves to
the Academic Legion, who have declarephat they
will employ tome to compel the resignation of the
Ministry and the forination of a Committee of Safe
famaxa—The mail train which arrived this
morning, brings no intelligence of importance.
Subj6ined, boa ever, are two hasty communica
tion dated Sunday, and last night, desrriptive oldie
state of the districts up to the latest hour.
Sunday night, 9 o'clock.—The roam
gents have moved over towards this town. There
was no attack on Kilsheelan last night; as expect
ed but bodies of men were marching about the
neighborhood all night, and made several attempts
upon the farmers, taking their arms and destroy
At noon today large bodida of persons were dis
covered moving about on the top of the mountain
which rises above the town on the Waterford side.
Crowds of the inhabitants were collected in the
streets, and as the evening came on the force on
the mountain appeared to increase in number. It
is moved over from the neighborhood of Carrick.
The greatest excitement meats JD tUe t tOWEI
in consequence of their appearance.:
Carrick is quiet today but the rural districts I
present the same insurrectionary symptoms, each
as signal fires, &cc. The military are still under
arms and the police are scouring the hills. Con- '
cant patrols are also kept up.
Sept 18th.—All continues quiet. Oar town has
not been disturbed as was expected. The military
force mentioned in my last at otbout to proceed up
the mountains on which that insurgents were gath
ering yesterday, did not leave tram until two
o'clock, A. M. It was composed of three comm.
'roes of the 64th Regiment nnder Lieut. Color el
Stratton. and a small force of censtabelary under
the head constable. This morning early a party of
the 64th marched out and occupied quarters along
the line from Dundrum. A party of constabulary
also left with convicts for Thuile*, from which
place they will mar--h over to Dundrom end form
a portion of the-escort of Smith (YRrien, whose ar
rival is hourly expected.
The authorities have announced to-day that Ry
an. the policeman, who was said to have been
habged by the insurgents, is safe.
A large military force left Carrick this morning
by the Comenigh mountains. taking with them a
week's commons. This move appears to indicate
a thtyough scouring of those mountains. Carrick
is represented to be most tranquil..
Anathec despatch says that the state ef die
barbed distric4 of Irehir.d was again excitinglimuch
attention in England, as the rebellion appears to
have again broke wit is that unhappy island.
Shortly after the departure of the America the
insurgents forces moved from the mountains, and
a force consiaing of potions of the 3d Mafia, the
4th Light Dragoons, and the Mkt Regiment, were
teespatebed to plunk Mr. (Mahoney was asap.
The insurgents had committed some eseemos in
the country through which they paned. The
main body had been broken up into email detach.
ments, and it was supposed that their would adopt
the system of Ganglia warfare, which would, of
course, be particularly bemusing to the Govern
ment troops during the inclemset winter season
The Sardinian fleet has quitted Venice and the
.Austrian fleet immediately quitted Trieste. it was
supposed to attack Venice. This.would :mach
complicate the mediation of Fiance and England
with Austria. Altogether, from the tenor of the
various letters the war in Italy appeared 'unavoida
ble, as Austria was not disposed to satteader Loon=
barely, now in its possession.
General Cavaignac was gradually declining . bx
popula4ty, and his early fall from the Dictatorship
of Parbris predicted by many English and tome
Frenclripapers. Who will stymied butt, or what
will axle take place in Paris, it is hard to deter-
The ;loyalist party was wrong in the ,Provinees,
where Oevend miner disturbances had occurred.
The 1 1 .11ionid Aiseembly was still recopied in dia.
cooing the nevi Canstoution.
Lauer lamtuarnks.—Trnutna has been de.
cloned in a tate of siege. .
It is reported that the Emperor of Leonia would
again be forced tweet safety in flight.
Peace between Denmark and the German Con
fedension. is-rendered certain by the Frintfort.Diet
having rejec tot ^an .amendment for rejecting the
The Itarunkis - of considerable intim. Math*
city of Meat* had been bemben4ed kr five days
by the NOluin teem, it animated, and the
troops cart and took possession of the town
The inhabitants retired, halm previously ruined
The eh*** wan making rapid abides Seifirdill
Tag Cassmot FLIA to ilowoo.—Tbe Turkish
bligiitons,C*4ol6ll Skim, from
has wirer! a BOOM. after' piod ne l i=
days, Mo . /krone is the fint - vossf of the Took
ish nation tbst sow visited distpott. She is mann
ed, abosedier by Torts. The Mont is of 350 taw
booboo sod is2bieffy,looded with wood.
• Arrow we ko ukolioe
Hants sad.Chiet Ato corn wig - be 15 re 20
boArdeleirio the wee time year: is come
-1113001311i of &thee dreeen4 the talla aniihthl; and
hue praiser etol not bewoore them low& of a crop.
There will be hardly any cabbage,.
/ is over bps Irak
111114a . iitiradiiii, eilisin, giges the
ifillw . iit. timillkaallaixillvf agitesmaitiblis :
- -Ifeelige Seiliennsalt*Bellat #illeel id
aggseqpillintimmistiteme? !kW atrial Let
aitit - iil det,Falle, eill m ItiekeEtry Dor
Mimi& Vit appeals
ins eta=stariblitte in strUgglimicfoe Me el- a
strong,self.poemoied man when drawn into., the
invent *et, with the speed of a meg horse sweeps
- , - tiftillid - te methil distreafer. 'A ailewelit
eamely elapses between entire safety and a most
fserfal death, yet is that moment what a wealth
of life may be compressed. How lair lightning
most Bash thrash the mind all the pleasent read
lecione alike hopes at the fame, the endearment
of limaireed Meads, represses for pea mom, and
prayers for foegiveness at that dread proem e to
iiirieti US is so wirbfly genatimed ! .
Mara EMS, Clel. lid,l.
Altai sviatiewa last everting a man was anima
over the Falb. Mobs was m ass Samna. Float
Ids manages:eat oldie glebe! is which he came
dawn the rivet, t'*ink lie woe get well wequainaid
with theewreat ea the i spies. His dome and ap
peerareta iodinated reepeembility, sad slier he got
into the rapids his self.posonssee was emit, extra.
ordinary. His boat trim a ran
over oath" hew, and I tbs4rl thank carry
three or km ton. Frees slat I %Pets of a sad
boat hag" been seen below Black Bock coating
down, I think it is from there talkie*. No other
than aperson ensequieted with the came above
the rapids would venture so neer them.
I *as on the bead of Oat bisoi mime I first
discovered the boss—then near Italia mil* below 1
ibe foot of Navy Wad; nearly two miles above
the Falls. There seemed to be no ewe in the beet:
It was directed towants the inSikalisbere—the
wind blowing from this shore and mill the sag
was standing Being well acquainted web the river,
I regarded the politico of the boat as extraordinary
and on., and watched it with intense mine
sty. Soon I discovered the =don of an oar, and
from the changing direction of the boat, concluded
a badbut one. While cortamtly *wadi% near
er and mum the rapids, I mold discover iit was
gainingsthe American shore, and by the time it
had got near the first fall in the farads, about hall
a mile abcot Goat Wand, it was directly above the
Wand. There it was tamed up the; nver, and for
tome time the wind kept it nearly stationary. The
only hope seemed to be to come directly to Goat
Island, and whether I should run half a mile to give
alarm, or remain to waist, in the event of the boat
attempting to make the Wand was a question of
painful doubt. But soon the boat was again turned
towards the American shore. Then it was certain
it must go down the American rapids. I ran for
the bridge—saw and inkling's' a gentleman just
leaving the Island, but they sealed unable to reply
or move. 1 hailed a man at this tollgate—we ran
to the main bridge in time to see the boat jam be,
inns it had got to the first large fall in the rapids.—
Then I saw but ape man--he earufing at the stern
with his oar, changing the coarse of the boat down
the current , as it plunged over, he sat down.
I was astonished to seethe boat rise with the mast
and sail standing and the man, again erect, direc
ting the boat toward stare. As he came to the
nett and to each succeeding fall be at dotal and
then would rise and apply his oar in the intermit&
There was hope that be would cane near enough
to thepier tolutnp, bat in a moment it wagon,.
Another that he might jump open the rock near the
bridge; but the cunent dashed him from it under
the bridge breaking the mast. Again be Kee on
the opposite side. Taking his oar and pointing
his brim towards the main shore. he cried, " had I
betterjump from the boat l" We could not answer
for either seemed certain - deamation. Within a
few rods of the Falls the hoot struck a rock—turned
over and lodged. He appeared . to crawl from un
der it, then (swam with the oar m his hand till he
went over the precipice.
Without the power to render any assistance—for
half an hour watching a strong man struggling with
every nerve for lib, yet doomed with almost the
certainty of destiny . to an immediat% and awful
death, still hoping with every eflott for his deliteran.
ce—caused an intensity of excitement I pray God
never again to experience.
I write too humeilly for publicatice, but I have
slated all we base seen or known respecting the
man or boat and from which I hope you will be
able to glean so much for publication as will lead
1 In the discovery of the man. I
Erre:earn' Ruir.—On the arrival of the steam
ship Hermann on Wednesday evening, in New
York, an extensive riot occurred on pier No. 4,lbe• -
tween tiro parties of Germans, during which
knives were freely used, and several kit:tied.
The facts, so far as our ripener was enabled to
learn them, were, that among the Germans resi
ding in the First Ward, there are two parties; the
democrats and aristocrats, between whom feelings
of animosity bas long esisted, which has been) in
creased by the opposition of one of the panes to
the Society kir' protecting German emigrants. On
the arrival of the steamship bolt parties met on the
pier for the purpose of receiving Fredrick Heater,
who took such an active part in the German rave
, lotion, when they came into collision, , whiehresial
Led in the defeat of the aristocratic pny, and they
retired. In about two hours, however; they re
turned with-s reinforcement, and met their oppo
nents in Broadway, at the- head of Morris street, -
when a mutat fight mimed between- them. ' Ald.
Deforest and a pore of policemen were soon on
the ground, for the purpose of
i preserving the peace,
but for some time their flirts were nellectutd. 1
The Alderman seeing a man named Hennessy,
who appeared to be the riegleader, inciting the
tinter" to further breaches of the peace, be imme
diately seized him, when a general runt was
made on the Alderman, and in a few moments his
coat was torn off his back, and his club,'which he
used pretty freely, was wrenched from his band;
but he still held on to his prisoner, and succeeded
in placing hinrii the ecoody of an officer. when'
a rush was made on the ofticer and the primmer
rescued from him and then the parties separated
and retired as if by mutual consent, from theorems.
During the riot, from fifteen to twenty persons
were either stabbed or severely , brured. ,Orders
were reseed veseeniav morning for the smelt of a
man called Wrench lour, he being tem of the
maw active men engaged in the riot.
Smarms* Sotaas..--The Saratoga Republican of
the 2ith ult., mpg :—A woman named Lairs P.
Smith, a milliner by trade, who occupied i a 'bop
and tenement on Broadway, nearly appeal* the
presbyteries climb, of this village, hung beteelf
ei Mr bed-room as the enth ant. She. dis
covered on Wal i naclay morning
. by a
sheet thrown over the tap Of the door. ' Inqui
sition was held over the body, by W. A. Mondell,
Esq., and the jury bond that she killed herself in
a Es of mental derangement. No particular tame
is assigned for this nab act. She was always •re
garded as a singular, eccentric, week-minded we
man, Jand no doubt had been Tistially• insane for
years. In the room was Rand a deed !titian, and
-on a chair she left the fallowing nate, which shows
use she was in a6l of mental., .4 t the
time of commit the deed : 7 :" 0 deur , my
poor liele kitten with me, ark oistome as an
gel from above. 0 -want me my wishes. Platy me
In my backyard until the time expire dart l - have
paid for the house. Lay my lime angel b. my
1 tight aide an ety right arm. Duet deny My , wish
Ammon Liam Fiat ttr. Swort.tit
o'clock on Tbetadar night, tree broke Out in
South Ibooklyr; which st one time *bottomed to
prove Say i'dmetroon. It bloke opt 111 'a stable
near the *mien of Ricks and Pad& street, own
t.iy 'Mr M ltigaq, and Wended sheers to an ad.
purtm brick edifice, known as tbe Oki
Faculty," and to stunt a dozen small briylt and
frame Mulling*, which were entirely ed.
Commarserna Alutzte map, named
Clark Teritcball, mid tope CollBlleTigleT4
was snood at Cieein on the ?lib ob s by tat
graphic despatch Troia thy Mayor of Pittston.
riew lls orie! a Derr o sso kota lln corair sre Hersooomalti = oodo lt iot 1
. t 1 m ie l lio ll ;rof ihs aelir HiMO "'-':;;
--.-=-. 'thistOlstaeg,pasixoTsiotivessii,-.oiollitt lo
se* viiivo hlillif sol.
'lli Oil leen are bombed see or. thirAinkftst
clitiVt dildived m a 44 Itelidwilmt flit
Ulmer, of tbeasies - eis were to.belbeetris Sete
Ogg* A, therewee to the ecomiesieltil retessing
kliPleto Otloonor koorloboor. orAllty-Imig , ...
- were aet say es the wring saikbet ist ef seemis.
We sympathise with tketti is tbinrdisepplimmest,
bat the gay constimis we can eller ir—.llide pow
It appears be. abet amount" that the Mexieme
who promised to• aid them, hadn't spunk to fulfil
1 tbeir pledgee. Col. limey, who was expected-to
lead.** expedition,rittoknoo !Pm be' bad no COS i l
scum whatever wilt the privet. 'He rays be is '
airily to aid die people of Mexico, shood they ex.
bilk my desire to supers the . gerenonest, bet
the adahrissaiies of Hawses appears to give satir
fer64....it is liberal and republican / and the Col.
isk°, they we& to be_eseistied in& it. (hi the
.tither band, "Cbappuel? a iternmpottdes of the
Hew Orleans Craers, who miles be. Corpse
Ciskei, IS September, says that the awrestent is
presimare, that the Mexican on not Yot=
le orgargre the premed. "Repot& of
ateds," and that this unevemese say poen bald
to the whets scheme.
We ewe emirs the followiat able lean from
Cotner° likurey to the editor of the Corpse Chord
Coates Crniam, September Ilth, ISO.
1.11. Peoples, Serp--Sir:-.-Ircir he beet awe or
three weeks I have noticed in many of the ppen
!received here, that my same in mention as a
litteder, or the leader of 'an American expedition,
,droving for in obj ect the separation of the Northe rn
Provisoes from Meeks. Arnow*" math I may
be Battered by the iromplissestury petits to myself,
which has genendlyacco o the articles elle
peel to, I cannot ma eske, • to their general
tenor, and wield be king in those Mailmen
wbieh characterise a good eines, * l wain to re
main silent,. Oar county nit peace with Arnim
it and it •ly would be a breach-of neutrality to
• a Spree in oar limitato invade any por
tion of lenitory, and I mataintywoild nut, with
may Mit lead my name fir sash a porpom.
It is Me desire of all good iiiniMiellt their neigh.
bon prosperous and bappy, and when they arena
ao, it is lawrilde la meat es rendering them eci..---
This may be done-in different ways ; with physi
cal force if necessary, with pecuniary aid, or web
wholesome criensei. ,
In the States - alluded to 1 bete away *leads,
whom I would be pleased id> see in a bappy and
Crrotas condition, audit the reversions which
: ' so long characterized their country vender it
n in their own mine, to impinge from the
mother Republic, and seek to alleviate their condi
tion by declaring and seeking to maintain them
selves independent of it, I would may amen, and
would reader them each aid as lay et my power,
and would applaod any others who would
a similar course. And when the people of = I :
en) Mexico are convinred that their apnea* , of go
vernment is illiberal and oppressive, and that •
change *auld be conducive to their welfare, and
they make a formal declaration of independence,
then, and not till then, have their nei&bore the
right to interfere:-
Since my return /from Vera Cruz to this place,
the accounts received from Tamaulipas, Nueva,
Leon, dic., are more flattering to the prospects of
the citizens. The republican mariner in which Her
rera iswihninistering the Government bears such a
favorable contrast to the anarchy which reigned
doting the term of Santa Anna and Paredes, that
the people are much better Contented ; and if no
change takes place, and the measures which Her
rera has undertaken be carried - oak their sociality.-
tem will so approximate to our own,
: that the pea:
phi may not find it necessary to seek a chance.
Under these circumstances, how iinpolitic, bow
iquiress, how disastions miV it prove were their"
neighbors to interfere , and some oven ad in.
vole them in an issue with therrGovemmeni, which
they may not desire, and which they may net be
To let such publications as are now going the
rounds of the ''rapers, and in which my name isand
has been so generally connected, pitb9 without no.
tics. would be a tacit acknowledgWiimt of my con
currence, which is not therms& The recent move- -
ment Nerw Orleans, in which a, number of men
have been regularly enrolled for the expedition in
gneeticin, was one of the mat haity and short-sigh
ted Waits rf the day, and as my name was more
or line used in cremes tionwith it £most tinequiv.
wally assert that I had no more to do with it than
Herrera himself; that I had no right to act in such.
business, nor dg I think any other person in the
city had. Them being, then, no one authorized
by the people of the Northern Province'''. Amer.
the move to be r immtature and utifottunate use,
should the pea e interested in the Gov meat of
that section o the comfy seek h er their
neighbors' assistance in time of need, the present
movement woald,teud to impede their progress.
In sonension, I wilt say - that I am not nor have
I been connected - orbit the movement in question;
and my 'fiends will oblige me by disabusing the
public mind op Ihe subject. H. . L KINNEY.
Gaon FIRS to Psoitioan-o.—A 'destructive fire
occurred at Pensacola an the Shnsinst., at S o'clock,
laying a large iion of the city in • We
are not in possession of full partici& ' 1 learn
that about Roily houses wore bang, "lug Mr.
Barclaiy's store near the warf, and all on
the two blocks north. The fire • to
Saragossa street opposite the Flint& T which
was also burnt, with it supposed. a ' portion
of its contents. There was, we loam, no insolence
upon the pope* destroyed.
Fotrao of a letter dated Fensseola, Sept. 85,
" Dear Sir—The town this morning at hall-past
one o'clock, was minei .by the alarm of the fire
ben. t -hurried on 'my ek-thelt• and, found that a
firelad broken oat between Barkley's store and
the Globe Homo. It raged with great fury, and
destroyed shoot thirty-five tenements. Among
them are those occupied or owned by the follow
ing persons:--G. W. Barkley, Farennas Quigley,
Cottemltack, Conlin, Honeler, 801 l Head, Glope
House, another adjourning Copt, Fronds's. two of
Capt. Coronets the Freemasons Lodge, 'Sebastian
Bairioe In short, the whole of that block was con
sumed to ashes. Also, front Inseams Ramesh to
old Innecority's incloding the Florida Haase, and
all the block from Madam Passaroch's to Susan,
the collie woman's: The fire is not yet extinguish;
ed as I write. Theie win be a great deal of dikt.
tress among. some of the unfealuitales, many cif
whom had rd their familme destroyed"--Mobile
Thlwae. ' '
Kruss n Murrsar..—ln einciriati. last Tinned*
evening, s Mr. Gillum going hoes to the
of his brother at a late hour intoxicated, mistoo
the adjoining limb kw that of his brother, ant
endcauwed to aoter; finding• the door batted,: h
resorted to the window when the hoesados
mewed barking, whirl; awoke the inntatear. -
landlord fearing thieves, aromed one of the •• ,'
was in the house to4 oe poseteded . to,Ahe d • I
whence the noise heard. Orr' opening t • ;
&w it .1 e used was nd leaning against a
He was hailed several timesoind asked, the . . •
of his visit at so late an Anisr.—etraivi no
ewer, some one fintd,-and kalowed the ' - •
and desk him tial blows upon the head with t
prowl. The)* penetrated his left breast,
with the Writ, caused almost instant death. 1 ,;
Ettreetmin, the latsdlord, was alleged and •• , . 41
011111 to answer.
DiLICWIRM ELIWITO3r.-.4 he Demme Pe
give natant* of the election in that State.
Castle comity Nisei a White majority int& on
Inspeotr's nFitet. mg* en the Assemer's a. ;
sex twenty @see a Democratic mainrity for
tar of 34,. Rent county is claimed by both
ties, ilttl'W biota by merrily, the ttetememts
Des.4ol main a meow
dray, mopped his lean/ is hem
Third stater, and went into for
/ ease takes. Misee!
@pint — ail anima* wok finial and
Lis speed 'Tbe . bny bed a dna
ohm!? wnoispernee thar ear.—
'wed ks miser intorior Asp, los
made by the house in revving
or street in poranivel themes.
bons Iran irseArevy lan tiro •
irt b ebeekims. Tie dig
reeldirt de r wind >M vithilfor
eersr the treirio by the none
topped his career inaaunly..h.
aterner none op, *I then, ard
100911 MI bold on the horse'.
in; thee it wee some negket
darliorairaraNi eli;and de..
oak instil relieved hoar dui
inks-41y, thezareivet ef dileAviz
on dennalky, trove St. Yin.
wirer free tha t 10 the 156
46, and Grenade the Ikh.—
incesee pra:ties to. be so are
eerseoroplamed din inelacien
elm) Ives* emigrating in come
a'relloetron of imps, Tame and plan
• yielded. very seal amps. At Tibia*,
re refuse to work in eoneetteience et a re
aspe, and ineendiarisna prevealed loan
t=uft. Han. J. W . Garen, 'Meg Elie.
tacky, wai long a usetateer - of colignia,
engaged in the eniononate deal, which
the death of Mr. Caney,- el Maine.
1 - Y AND MANTUAMAKING,
two or three appresticio to tine abOvo
Oct. it. ISt&
CCI P W
fiat it Platy Paiatiag Academy.
N. 11110W91 will *pee
• site la tie above
- walla accoegaisbaseets, es bleeder, ate
October isst.. emeeteeciag at 9, A. it, two
defame—set Immo is each illepartineat
it reaspable—eatiefiatioe pamatieL In.
ats will be erne ea the room to dime irbo
•ly for premier*. Dam at WetetirolPs
will a l
1„, umewareassk •
partnership heremime 'Maim between the
eribers is this day dissolved by mutual
The business will be carried uo by .las. U.
who will mule all dematids dee from •r t o th e
JAS. IL SAYRII.
each, Mt: 24 la& P. wOOOWORTEL-
OF LETTERS, teasaining is the P. O. at
trawls. gsaster• ending Srpteasbef II liHt.
Titter Rev H
Ada . 1 . J C Magill D - -
Sean , Mrs 8 Marshall C, '
Barr , iss 11 N 12. C• Mosey MI A
Boil : James B ~ Mitchell DI. .
Bail 4 88 it /I AleCorvie Jabs
Ba • : r M Mallory A P
Brad,ey A : Memo, 111134 k J K
800 e 111 Newell V
Bro l ii Miss C A Nichols Ws` '
Bro ,n " lases Ntiell H
'llla . ' ell E A • Ocean& Mimi
Brie Wm W ' Prate!. A
Bar' XWIA Co Fyne Par -
Bull A Post 1. = '
But i rfteld Bally Pimientos
Bly .o 8 Peters It
Baser 11' • Park Miss T
Ben ' , et C Powell 3 C
Ba I, es A Quigley Miss Of
Cu mina C ' 'Roper FI.
Coo; e Miss lit Raley Jan is
C t A X Roof t:
Cs i er J *aline, - Miss /11 B
Ca p 1 Rinker Elias
C : • Geo Rogers J W
• 1 . %an id X Smith J J
tin:. a P Shorn D
De' an John• 11 ..Bberer C M
Da im.T A Swartwood I)
De, • pay Ai II fikedos PA 3'
El : T Batteries 0 D
E ,' ming 1. flame. James,
F. l Miss C X Stone Bain'l
F., a " II . Smith JaMes
rd Wm •
1; zard EW. •
I' lard H
I.e Miss M A
ti•iti' mond J •
ski , H W m
i t- tier M
cirsoa & Sce
) ekson J
aes J P
'eeler N .l
L mrhea John
' 1 tees D
throp Miss M
' aahlen T
' diet 8
ammo Boa 0 IP
lIT or wrens iegiaining in the P. O. at
l'roy. quaker ending Septeitiber St AWOL
yrs Aadtew Knighpstrajciisin
eta& M p Koigots Jolutii_ . •
• Allard 04 1 1 Xing John •,..,.
; each Erman 'Crumb Stephen 1
• tart John • Lilly TO
oyce Jon Lyman J 0 . ~•!
; yea David Lewis''' Edmund •
; syseti Chas Latium Theidoe
t; assert E S . Morrison ER"
%edam!! Miss Z I' Moon Avery -
lleeer John 'Mallory James
Bissell R 8 Orris E C . .
'Bradway L A D Preston CoTbn.rn
eard U NI Parsons Miss Aebsa
Case Aaron Pratt " . Abnira
Card Henry Pfalligraff Ifreteo W
Covert Win Preston Wrii
Outantins li3MO W lPhillips-Innies L
Cuss Henry"... ' PranAlonzo
Danes Henry `.. Pierce L H
Eaton Gilbert & Co
Ennis Edirind ,- @Piker tikoi
Fisher lisanai:" . Tpbam Lelealled -
Guild David_ ' Wood MisiEsily
Guild hiss \ Wood Bedell
Gamete Miss Charlotte A Wald Miss Hannah
Grain " Laura Want M/illisis N.
Jidda Mrs Franeic . Williams Miss NS.
Hiekook - Hemisa a Williams Joh* W
Herrick Jr Williams J.
Hantiaiton II Williams C It
Johnson to Lam A Wills Joseph
Johnson Orvilia Witbey Sally
Jackson Amherst T Wolfe Nelson
habilis 0 W ' L. RITNyO
By en aides of the utpnanAjwa a Coen et B maned es.
will be espoeed to pet& male *SATURDAY..
11th day of Nev. 111411; M. 1 °Wee*. ape. eke pewee
eon. a Tart of tend sites* in Orweil township Reed
find Co. Centeining - silty theme often. and bomb&
en-the 'with be tends of Wee* Rahilll9ols oa she ma
by lands Of I.e. 114. Rooth by leads el HWY
Lyons end on the ime.t by and of Danl. Robinson W.
nett it*.eemn_Paet of lend which Steen C. Sweb
and wife by Dowd Mod Ors. Ilidt t9ld. (esomiel
in Deed Reeki eeL $4l paint US 41) ~erg *
the snit John Sarnia Deed.
MtaindeVe 'WINN umd was owe% known ma tie
died oak. C. Gr. CRIDLeIt
,4 Swartwood Choi
Squire Dr T U
Taylor Geo II 2
Tilleron D T
Thompson M M
Warner Miss It
Warner ' 6 L M
Wattles J M
Waihter 9 -
Wilcox Miss C
West Brook C
E. W. BAIRD, P. M.