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Teivaith,Vetiseitiny, October 34,1848.
Gen. W. O. BUTLER, it. Kent
Prestilent tat, frisesalityy, Aromatic's* V.
Moms Lottnsvecru..the Demeeratic candidate
for Governor is defeated by his Fetlendennweiitor,
by the small majority of 300 in a poll of nearly four
hundred thousand votes. The last bore to which
we clung has been knocked from us, by the of&
cial vote, and what before was gloom, has-deepen
ed into darkne. The ,Democratic party never
raltied to the support of a better Candidate, eta pur
er or nobler man. He was pre-eminently worthy
of their support, *ratios ecmfidence of every patriot.
But ho is defeated by a combination as maboly`as
ever allied against any good cause,--defeated by
the power of tho.great system of money-swindliag,
which knew in him a stem and uncompromising
enemy, and a firm and devoted friend of the Peo
ple's rights. Nativism has tusk* bands with the
horde who are knocking at the doors of our Legis
lcature.for special priviles, and the coalition, with
desperate exertion, have gained a victory which
will tell upon the prosperity of this Common wealth,
for years to come.
-.lit is vain to indulge in useless regrets, or sink be
neath gloomy anticipations. But we may now ex
-140011 to see the policy of the Whig party, its
lie lull tide of operation. Currupt and dangerous
"batiks, which have met with many a rebuff from
the. stern and honest man, whoso death entailed
such an injury upon rendered only the more
-greedy by their delay, will clamor, not in vain, for
legisbuive sanction to defraud and swindle--curpo.
rations will spring up like mushrooms, emlowed
with monstrous grants and especial enactments fur
the protection .of Ca, , ital at the expense of toil and
labor—while many a huge scheme will be originat
ed, to create au ephemeral [nth:perky, and finally
to bring closer and fi rmer the toils which have so
long enchained and paralyzed the energies of oar
State, and which the economical and unbending
policy of Sol - ax was fast unloosing. These may
be groundless feats. We trust they are. But when
we revert back to the history of former Wing ail
ministeuioris-19 the reign of Ilitner and Stevens,
which plunged our State into debt, ruined her ere
. dit, and stopped for tears, the ontrard course of her
prosperity—compared with the fact that the present
Whig victory has been won by the exertions of
those who are looking to the Legislature lar grants
which will protect than in their nefarious schemes
—that the money of ha tits and corporations has
been freely expended to bring about this result—
there is little to hope, with these greedy cormorants,
besecchin4, and pray ing,and with the Arlininistra•
tion in the hands of the man they have elevated to
No whip Admittit,Sration can guide our State for
ittore-gian three years. The people at the end of
jliat time, have had quite enough of ifs mismanage.
meat, and hasten to repair the injury which has
keen done. .Mounts Lotrustatatt is defeated by
die over confidence of friends, and the knee of cir
rumstances. The late election is oP trerdiglnatfist
him. And if we are mil much rultsaketi, three
years hence, they will be ready and amities to tee.
tify the strong hold he has upon thir friendship of
(1:::) The public can form a very correct opinion
of the veracity and reliability of the guerilla organ
across the street by referring to its proinntes in re
latidn to Judge Brewster—irbo, poor soul, has
found mit in what unscrupulous hands he has W
ien, We make a few /choice extracts, both from
that resp'ectable sheet, and its twiu-brOther, the 'n
ova, Eaje, to show bow much they are to be Ile
tr , orn Ibc Gate-Mtn Dryloc cat. of Sept 2E11%, lEV.)
" scittriit.re COVNTT.—The news from Bus
quehanna is cheering for the Cass and Bader De
stocracy. A litre? from a reliable democrat assures
us_diat JudgelWXlllll, the regular dentocratie
candidate for CU eSS, will be handsomely stistada
edit% that colicky, where he is well known as an
encompromising democrat, and a strict adherent to
any usages and regular nominations. as well as a
man of inflexible integrity and fine abilities.
'• If the Cass add Butler Democracy of Bradford
do their duty. as we believe they will, Judge Brew
ster will.be..elected by a triumphant majoritroier
Kr. Tracy the Whig candidate. As for Mr. Wil
mot he is out of thf question. and every voLe given
for bim will be thrown away."
trmin the tor*, ragrie of Oct 1r44.)
Srs qv ant t a Corier v—Att. Rigor !—Wilmot,
the traitor, will scarcely bavc a Corporal's guard
to Nosirmelianna-county pn. theday of election. , Owe
advices (ruin the eastare of the most favorable des
cription. Our friends now feel sangnine that the
Derovc.ratic Casa and Butler vote will be east for
Judge Brewster throughout the Tioga
and Ousuitebanna nearly the fell democratic vote
will begiven to the Judge, he being the Cass and
Butler candidate. The contest in tact hei between
Brewster and Triter. 'Wilmot is altogether nut of
the que s tion, the Abolition strength is too twig
isilleaat to be eoneted upon." '
In the Reporter of the 4th inst., we stated open
*hat we considerM tale authority that Sttequehan
tut, Would give Wilmot 1000 majority' : Mid* might
everted even that. The result shows thM he has
1616 majority, while Brewster receives [tit 07 rotes
in tlie Couttiv !!! •
(*-- The Congressional dele4lttion from this
State in the next Congress, will be strongly Free
Soil. The eatidniateS, with but one or two creep
titms, have been obliged by the strength of the pop.
clay feeling, to pledge themselves to oppose .We
further extension of slavery.
' Hos". Lairs tnoussox is finally ascertained to be
re elected. The strength of 'the Free Soihfeeling
i!t his . District ma} be judged, by the fact that he
was obliged to come out strongly its &cos of. the
horns". h saved hie].
etrb It bt paid that i 1 r. of die Tribthp
11;& beeonie . the pOrebaies of 'the-Weird of the mar
adelotia Nord; Xtocricat =
surprised even the most sanguine, and-tsto proved
most clearly, that a reliance upon the intelligence I
unit muddiest of the people, is aster than the hol
low pretensions at demagoguism, of *per, mpty
The , ost sue ova Ard te njerss.
oYed eWittlit 4 . ts 'Trak, all
in vain. Foieign influence haft been ftberalty de.
,voted to our District—the power of the administra
dim, as' far as it c!sold arra, has been summoned
to the aid of thoselwho are doing the bidding of
slavery pmpagandists, and a concerted effort made
to mush the author of the Proviso,--whieh was
'sanctioned by every man in the Nodh, who had
proved a Traitor to his own, constituency, and en.
vied Mr. Widnesthe ante nul name he bad ac
quired. At hojpe, there were found men, base
enough to leridibernselves to such a disreputable
movement, and they went at the work allotted theta
with aft the ardor inspired by envy and maievo.
lancy, and encouraged by the 'hope and prospect of
reward. But the Freemen of the district have been
truer° the man who is true to them, anti have sus
tained him by a majority larger than ever before
given in the Diatriet.
Tks Guerilla Demassiiat.
This disreputable sheet is fast -descending to
even a lower depth of infamy and disgrace, if there
can be any declension in what is already wholly
corrupt and prostituted. It hi now converted into
a vehicle for pandering to the basest passions of the
malignant men who write for it. Forgetting the
lofty sphere of a journal, it sinks down to slander
and calumny, pursue private citizens 'even
(beyond the sacred threshold. Not content with
pie dissemination of falsehood and forgeries peed
tt,g the election—when, on the day after, it was as•
eepained that Mr. Wilmot was triomphaatly re
411ecteil, instead of haling his faie With shame and
confusion, the conductor of that paper, as the only
course left 'to gratify' his malignancy conceived the
idea of attempting to compromise Mr. Wilmot's po.
(Imo with haste
Ta prapagage the hr his Kota had frIUMNI."
an extra was immediately issued from that office,
claiming, the election of Mr. Wilmot u a Cass and
Boiler vitiory, and asserting that he had pledged
" himself to cease all opposition to Cass and Butler,
and trading ofl blovemor,*heriff and Prothonotary
vote with the Whip for Wilmot votes "
These miserable falsehoods and slanders are
worthy of the source from which they emanated.
In keeping, ate its malicious attacks opal C. L
Ward. and its Wee awagetions in ;nenl to that gen
tleman's connexion with this paper, either poem'.
arty rwellitorially. It exhibits a disposition which
augurs no good for the morals or peace of com
munity. When a paper has Uri' higher aim than to
pursue private individuals, to gratify passions which
should had no abiding place in the heart, it loses
all claim upon community, and should not be har
bored for a moment. To such base and unworthy
ends has this journal already descended. It is be
come tne channel through' which private grievance!'
are indulged and slander and detraction used. Al
though but three numbers hare been issued, al-
" Oa Its tate, destrera bar% by inland mew,
la ebaratters at eree.bleshiag shame.
Appear ten thousands *husker, all its me,.,"
Tie "'lglesias of Coos and Bailor.
The Guerilla claims to be exclusively the friend
of Cam and Butler, while it sots down the Reporter
and Montrose Democrat as opposed to them, and
ridicules the pretensions of other prominent demo
cede who have warmly advocated the election of
the Del:Operatic candidate.•. The whole course of ,
this sheet proves 'conclusively that it has other ob.
jerte at bean than the success of Casa and Butler, and
that men who - control it, are determined that they
alone shall - have the credit of supporting them. To
elect this ; is the object of their attempts to drive
democrats from their support, Soch a coarse car
ried out, fully—and it would rewire an affidavit to
prove that Cass and Butler were candidates on the
day of election, m this District. Jonah's vote—
(not him the whale swallowed)—would be a liber
al estimate of the vote for Cass and Butler. These
men hope to. make the party so " conveniently
small " in Bradford, that in case of their success, to
be prominent as their supporters, and come in for
a abate of the spoils! Well may Lewis - Cass say,
save me from - such friends!
The effect of suck conduct : yet remains to be
tieten. We have no dent* u will reduce the vote
in Bradlord, that it does not annihilate it entirely is
owing to the fact, that many consistent and honota•
bie democrzts are now zealously advocating the
cause of Cass and Butler ; and will not be driven
imp their position, by any attemptpf the Guerilla.
(*. It is samevrhin senning to o hserve the si
lence of the slavery tovekiiiiilist papers, about the
election Or this Davies. The •Peonsylvamien has
not hood of an election firing held here, and so
witholostot the papersof that wimp. The lim
eade inkiliseuter, is the only one which has done
Mr. Wilmot the: fatness to give the resell correctly .
The Biiiginslon Dewsirrat.pablisited itt our imme
diate teighborheod, is entiirly mom. Probably the
Senator who teat d tot " Old Piminia," does not
deem the resultrouch of a compliment to his inter
ference. 'The Chearang Drorwort, eoricedes his
election by aboin 1200 majority ! while the same
paper contains a ling eilianial, showing up the dal
hiring prospects of Judge Brewster.
As this gentleman was placed upon the electoral
ticket at his own solicitation, he now owes it to the
cause of Cass and Butler, and the Democracy of
this Disnict, to withdraw his name from the ticket.
His persisting in running may lose an electoral
.vote in the State, fur after his late attempt at disor
ganization, Democrats will not werfor has. Spec..
dy action is necessary iu order that the vacancy
may be fdled.
Kr We trust no ono will be alarm' it by the bet
lownigs of the Guerilla. It maks a good deal of
noise, bet is perfectly harmless, the lats election
baring knocked 011 its bane , . in its present state,
u 0111y,Fervesio remind. as of the pompons Imes—
. • osPae, ran renr..--the crnods owns.' •
ns• tr.TrittS RC LA. (to. Eprhglid 1
PEIIMITLTAIIZA,- - We expected to *dish the of
reek, tart il i
Awn wa it
however, tender A [wetly certain thit Fprd
(WL*) has a wajority of about 400. The Legir
haute is Dern. by 2 majority ou joint ballot. The
(4otr,gressiatutl Etekiration mantis t 1 Der n, to ishrg.
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Ilea. J. W. Wisner.
Igoe► present appearances, the nest Congress of
the toiled Oates will be strongly in favor of pre
serving the hee territory, 'lately acquired from Mex
ico, from the curse of negro slavery. The 12th
Congressional District of Pennsylvania, has return
ed- its able and tearless champion, Iron. - Dsvn).
Wtaarcrr, by a largely increased majority. In min
sequence of the told stand taken by hint on this
great question, his majority has been increased from
that given him in IBA 3053 votes. Freemen of
our sister EXPUIE, will you not go with its, in this
struggle for -Freedom I Is it not a matter of vast
importance to you, and your posterity, that this ter
ritory should remain forever free from Slavery—
and that the next-Congress should be right on this
Fellow-freemen of Chemung, Tompkins and
Yates, we appeal to yea particularly, for help in the
great cause of human Freedom. You have a can
didate before you for your snffrages worthy the re
spect of Freemen, and the support of Democrats.—
a firm and consistent Republican—a personal
friend of our own able representative; and an un
compromising opponent of the estensicm of slavery.
Shall it be said that the free democracy of the 26th
Congressional district have ° been " sold and trans
ferred by traitors to the cause of Freedom, to the
slave power of tho South I " Let your emphatic
response of NO! be heard in thunder tones " on
the 7th of November nest, by the triumphant elect
tion of terra W. Worst* to a seat in the next Con
gress. He is the man of all ethers, for the oeca
skin : able, bold and fearless, he will stand shoul
der to shoulder with the favorite Son of our own
District, and battle for the cause of Freedom until
slavery propagandists shall quail beneath their with
ering scorn, and Freedom's eagle, shall be seen
hovering over the soil whit..h is now, and shall for
ever remain FREE!
The Radical Democraky of the State of New
York have now in the field, some of the ablest,
purest and noblest men of the age, as candidates
for Congress. Pur.sroN Maims Garivit,
Gcx Nvr. and Joni W. Wissca, are names which'
are enrolled on the brightest page of Freedom, and
wilt go down to posterity honored as the champi
ons of tile cause of Liberty—with onr own Wit..utrr
—while. such traitors as Strong and Ihrkiaroit re
ceive the merited reproach and contempt of North
em men, for their, infamy and subservieney.
We fruit they may all be elected, If they should
be the cause of Freedom would triumph in our
0:!;r- To ma Poor?:--The course pursued by
the piratical " Democrat" in assailing private in
dividuals, week after week, to gratify the walla..
_nant bate of D. M. Bull—has given rise to much
discussion in regard to the propriety of certain
modes of punishing such brutal assaults. A cos.-,
respondent has given us his views in the following
pointed and pithy form :
However peaceful people stare.
I most this wholesome truth disclose
That every freestones feelings err,
its snare. 11 as a /4/ague:rife store. W.
4 Iltsvr Msrearry.--Wilmot's majority far Con
gress in his district, is 3800. The attempt of the
Government Orlin, at Washington, to crush him,
has most signally failed..--Suabers American.
ifi like manner, the Snacks of Ritchie failed to
crush Andrew Jackson. The or:pm-grinder lived,
to see the Old Hero high in the affections of the
American people, despite of his slanders and cal
tnnies. Nowa-days, no surer guarantee to popu
larity can be hand, than abuse from the inflated
Organ, and its superammted and conceited conduc
tor. In 1846, the MilOn nearly defeated Mr. Wil
mot, by praising him. It reduced his majority to
about 700. Now, when its lotteries were opened
open hint, joined with the emaller pop-guns, from
the veracious Pesuayiranion up, his constituents
show the confidence they have in him br the tri
umphant majority of 3846!—0r an increased ma
jority of 3100 votes! h shows the respect they
have for the hireling and pensioned presses, who
at the bidding, of corrupt masters, thcm,gat to pros
trate Mr. Wilmot, by the streng h of power and pa
or,r- Tux " Ktcaseoci Duroutsi " ties the name
of Hiram A Beebe, as editor. Gumption must be
hi.leous indeed, that needs such a mask . What must
men be who are behind the curtain, whet: they are
driven to the extremity of putting him forward as a,
‘•Tire WasrmiN CoNnar.s - ri" a Southern Fami
ly Jourral ; published at Baltimore, is one of
.uoist welcome eschangw, which finds a place p
on our table. It is con.!nerteil with ability--the ed
itorials being spirited, and the selections valuable.
ote , the population of lowa, is stated at are
hundred amt thirty thousand.
D*vm Dalt Lev Firt.o f of the city of New York
is a free 'soil candidate fig Congress.
JoHNI VAN SCIIEN 118 now addressing meetings in
Ohin, where he will stay for few days,
E. 0. Germturn—Dear Sir ;—Permit me, through
the meilium of the " Reporter," to enquire of the
Editor'inra of the " Bradford 'Democrat ' how they
accinnor for the differenee of 'vote cast for Sheriff
:yid Prothonotary, trillion giving blank ears to Pro.
ttionotafy for the Jude Teat number of those votes cast
for their viefint itz Brewster. Plea. - -e inform
them also, that after the 7th of Nov. I will endeav
or to account fur some things which appear some
what strange in die late canvass of Bradford Coun
ty; and especially will I endeavor to unravel that
absurd mystel. which professes to convict seven
ty regularly appointed representatives of the Demo
cratic laity, of being, entirely anti democratic in the
the selection of their nominee for Congress, and a
majority of that 70 quite democratic in the seloe
tion of all other candidates except Prothonotary.—
The injury that fkry hive inflicted, I- hope 'to be
MO to bear with fortitude and patience; hot I
woohl that tiny might not continue to add insult to
the injury already done.
Respectfully and truly yours,
is a tie
sewn inimical in as
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ENGLAND Astishictritire—The final Hid en7Brien
at Clonittei is not eaucialed. As . icstion was
a copy of his indictment . : arid a list of the witnesses
to tat produced warm him.
In England a man on trial for his life has the
right to be lammed upon both these points, but
according to the.decision of tlie,qoust at Cipaine4
no sualitkgbresierta. AnOther pOint
was the great disproportion existing between, the meW
After inudry 2ttempts ow We partof the prisoner's
counsel to gain something for his client on these
points, the trial was proceeded with. Saturday,
Monday and Tends, was fully consumed la es•
amining witnesses on the part of the crown. As
usual in political conspiracies, traitors have been
found among the Irish, who have nivel: evidence
which will go far to support the indictment against
O'Brien. _ _
On Wednesday, Mr. Whiteside, the counsel for
the prisoner ' entered upon the defence.
The Chartist trials in London have been conclu
ded. Conviction has been the tinifurm result.
Dowling. the Irish coseederate, Caffrey, Lavin, Fay
and Mullinp, were sentenced to transportation for
life. Several of the less prominent conspirators
plead guilty nitd were subjected to fines 'and inf.
prisonment. Against others, the Attorney Gener
al abandoned the prosecution, contenting, himself'
with binding them over in t •nitance lobe forth
coming when called uporrby authority. The mai n
feature of thes4 trials consisted in the exposure of
an infamous spy system.
Her Majeset returned from Scotland by the rail
mad with the Prince and family.
Fitascr. —ln France much excitement and alarm
continues to prevail. The assembly has decided
by a considerable majority, after a very able dis
cussion, in which M. Lamartine took a prominent
part, to have but one Legislative Chamber. The.
Committee of Consultation have decided, by a vote
of ten to four, that the President of the Republic be
elected by universal suffrage and not by the As
Socialist banquets, after the example of the Re
form banquets. held all over the country I at au
tumn, are too frequent to favor quietude and the
speeches aid cries which have Characterized more
than one of them are of the most treasonable and
Nothing is yet definitely known of the state • of
the negotiations relative to the affairs of Northern
Italy, but from the remarks of General Carakmac
in the French National Assembly, on Monday, as
well as from the rumors that ti fir admit, there are
good grounds for hoping the peaceable solution of '
the question is - near at hand.
Ou Saturday a scene of confusion occurred in the
Chamber almost unparalleled in the history of that
assembly. One of the members having comment
in severe terms upon some late Republican
braggarts and condemned the apathy of the govern
ment in relation thereto, the members of the Re
publican party were thrown into such a rags that
they almost stmultareousiy rushed to the tribune,
which they attempted to scale on all sides, but
were prevented by the officers of the House. At
length the President was compelled to put ou his
hat and stispenil the sitting.
The Paris papers of Sunday contained long re
ports of the disgraceful scene of Saturday. There'
is a bnrst of in dignation in all the owes of the
moderate party of any shade, against the atrocious
conduct of the Red Republicans.
. It is currently reported that in consequence of
the opposition given to the proposal to elect the
President of the Republic by the National .%asern-
My, the Government has resolved to leave the
choice of a President to be decided by universal
suffia2e, b4t ire an amendment is trt be intro.
,luced in the constitution, deferring the election tin
lit the organic laws have been voted upon. In the
mean time the executive government is to remain
as at present.
The Paris papers of Thumlay say that after much
hesitation. as it appears. the government, at a cabi
net council, has resolved to support ; by all 111Y2iiia
ble means, the amendment of the article of the
Constitution respecting the election of President to
be proposed by M. Fiorou. which is to the follow
ing ellect :—The National Assembly delecatei the
executive honor to a citizen, who shall receive the
tide of President of the Iteptiplie. The govern.
mete has therefore taken up a position in direct
hostility to the nicaietate party in the Chamber and
to the known majority of the nation.
ITALY —ln Southern Italy matters do not look so
promising. The King of Naples refuses the med
itation ,of France and England between hiruselland
his former 'subjects in Sicily. and threatens an, im
mediate resumption of hostilities.
Gansu:sr.—This country is still in an unsettled
state. The standard of revolt has been tyrant tare
ed in the southern provinces and again the rebels
have been cingul..i y defeated..
The Regent of Germany has issued to the coy.
emments of all the German States a circular main.
feign, officially recounting the facts of rising in
Frankfort on the 18th, and its prompt suppression
by his government.
The attempt of Struve In proclaim a Republic at
Baden has utterly faded. Gen. Zoffrnan came up
with the insurgents near Sullen, passed completely
around them, and then passing Garxingen, advan
ced through lie ftexenthel or valley of the Witch
es in the division on Strfen, which lie completely
surrounded. After a somewhat obstinate resistance
the town was taken by storm, anti some houses
were burnt down. A great number of the defend-.
ern were slain, and smite hundreds of prisoners to
ken. - Among the latter was Struve himself. lie
and eight at his followers were immediately, tried
by court mania), condemned and shot.
A corps of about one thousand escaped into the
Ylanzerthale, but they are raid to be surrounded by
large bodies of Wirtembtog troops.
.'rtn the sitting of the Constituent Assembly of
Painsia. on the 2d, the Minister of Foreign Attain
declarerrthat he fully expected that the ti.rqiatiotts
with Denmark would lead top peaceable ar
The Frankfout /cannel, of the 3d instant. says
tbatithe diplomatic relations between the Central
power and the French Republic are now complete
ly regulated. and that iti Frankfort as in Paris, per
raiment ministers will represent both countries.
Free AT Essrox, Pa.—The N:runon Argett of Or••
tuber 19, f4p; : The foondry of Messrs. Connor and
Ternplin, in the rear of Mr. liagenbuch'S Hotel,
watt di.leorered to be on fire la.-4 Saturday after
noon. about 2 o'clock. The alarm VMS hisnuitly
raised, and the fireman soon on the spot. Who ex
tinguished it in short order, although the times
had bur* throush the roof.—A number of patterns
were homt, and one side of the building destroyed.
The loss is cousider.tble, but it is coreredby insu
Tin; Foaoca %vas convicted
tit Albany cm- Wednesday for lorarry, of having
Brawn t.t.800 from the Exchange Bank of that city,
on a cheek purporting. to have been singed by
Twedeße 4k 1/Arlington, of Albany. This Haut is
the notorious Webb, the forger.
C PIT U. Pt:NI:4IM ENT IN My incso.-4The
pie of Michigan sire preparing to ask Mel repeal of
the law atioliAing capitol pima:mem. Since the
law has been passed, it is said the crime of mur
der has enormously increased. What will the ail.
vacates of the abolition .of the death* penally sat:
VEasos7.—At last adriees, the house of Rep ee
sentatives of this State were in "a fi4.- The V 1 bige
have 105 member,-- th e Burenitete 46-the
Democrats 17, and one aut.:toil-cm Abolitionist
an.l.lronoliese discordant materials the f" triumph:
.04" Whigs had not Ix am able to elccta Speaker.
Paris are orange beings.
ordinary character has jaat
- . it - "t cant
_ aeitle _
bombes, and.bs •
and forum d er
theirbr --; mCsde I,Mireitlieii - fhme, riernilie Unveil
aise, and were only reduced 10,44411rnialOSI by the
cops of soldiem who enteredl at the point of the
in f o
oayonet, and seized the chiefs d earned them off
to pison. , All time french en ought to be
dowsed' in Pero kid .pdt army, They
make capital soldiers, and will fight es heroical)
mwthemmew - 'Mfthei . " -1
dressed in the-uniform of
_theit fi tompanies wear
they sword whenever they- travel the Mreet Moue
or in company, and maserh With the firmness Mid
ritength ettheastde Soldiene." Indeed thereis very
lisle difference between the male and female sol
diers of the French way. . - .
Artmzur.—The Easton. '(PL) Ater., attic tlkh
says :We regret-to learn that an accident occurred
at Nazareth, on Saturday evening" by the penis.,
lure discharge of a cannon, ,which the Whigs were
firing in honor of the election of Gov. Johnston.
Josia and John Heitzel were both wounded, being
both considerable burnt in the face, endowe of them
had one of his hands injured. Such accidents, , in
nine cases out of ten, result front gross carelessness.
Am EL nor election riot of a violent
and divracetul character, we team from the Den
ton (Md.) Journal, occurred at Hunting Creek, in
that cciunty,,on the night of the ejection.
Tat Micatcms Wsso—No adequate idea can be
formed of the amount of suffering and Ices of life,
even among the wounded horses hi this sanguinary
war. It is believed however that had there been
in the temps good supply of Merchant's Gargling
Oil which is so celebrated for its healing properties
many a valuable animal might have been saved by
its timely application.
And among the Wounded and pedlars neglected
soldiery too, in many cares immediate relief from
pain and early recovery would resalt.froon the use
et this almost never tailing remedy . . The Agent
will give you a pamphlet ordescripuon. See also
the advertisment in this'paper.
A fount' of long Primer ; parity worn ; a Amin of Breda
a. arty new : and rarraas.otlter printing materials not in use
nil will be sold cheap, at ibis 'lace.
you bare an obstinate., troublesome rough, ei►ber reeent or of
long standing. winch threatens a decline or termination us eon
gumption. yoti had better procure a bottle of the most singu
lar medicine ever bean! at. Or Forwell's ramie Balm. Von
will and it to be effectual itt rebus; you of your very
pleasant. and speedy in giving relief. It does not contain Opi
um, and ts therefore sale. It is universally beloved for its pen
uine and truly specific virtues. If you bave.Consemiption, just
beginning to make urrnails upon your lungs, tr if Aoiliona.bea
its bold upon you, making bla a burthen, even si you cannot
rest of nights without being bolstered tip in your bed. Tim will
doriell to try the Pacific Balm. It will give you relief and
produce a cure. For sale by J. KINGSBERV, Jr.
IV L . A KC ON TM [TB OP •N riormars rummana, and the names
of °noting candidatati are as familiar as household wools.
bat not maim familiar to the people than have its unrivalled .
sueems and intemenne sale. Tendered Mk GVYI, I O T 3 COM
POUND EXTRACT of Yellow Dock andAlarsapsnlla. The
extensive we bf Sluseparins Manor has made /the Waite
of that invalaslAe rot well Lamest; and by the adaltiort
Yellow Doelt—on long in use by the lacetty in diseases arising
from an itnpans maw of the blood, and deranged action of the
system—we bars a combisonoo of the Lea& curative iribsout•
The perf.et tuerese d thin cousposad is twee el Scrofula.
Pulmonary Alreetions, F.reptiono, and dun dietsnosins debt - lirrr
op prevalent et ibis *raven, end the - entire abaesse of alt ~iac'
re) sobetances, cosamend it to tlec;public.
Mee adrettiameot is anotber lohanio. sad call upon the
Arta, who will fore alt neceesaey dirreoons.
When disease invades die physicist - frame, uo time shonlit
be lost to pmetinng a proper remedy to alma the malady MI
once. For the core M Pulutoniry Canramption, Dronehitts,,
Asthma. Obstinate Cunghe, Opining blood, Pain in the tinisotj
in short. nil diseases of Mr—Threat and Langs..- TIIO3DSONIttI i
COMPOUND nizrr OF TA R AND WOOD NAPTH A.l
is imperils to all other remedies, eventing mildly and pleas 4
nutty in the general system, strengthening awl healing t
lungs, neestenug imitation, arresting the mar, allaying Bert
restiessneps, and imparting tone to the debilitated frame. Thou
sands have been restored to health by the unparaleled edifier
didn't eaeelleat mad m lne. and prod &bandana is offend of re
supenereity owe every other rearedy. ;
Prepared only by &siert & Lkornsany N. E. eornei of Flab
and Spinier amen Philadelphia . M old by J. B. 'Foul), Td
snide, Pa . and by IngianinallenoraftT. Prier Abe and ISI. 1
PILcI.-1111.1 distressing complaint proceeds s luau a want
punster evacuation of the bowels. The foul humors. instead
hemp thoroughly expelled Wanda body; are partially Da;
portion being led is it *ere at the threatthold, is the cause tin
that vexatious complain: called Nice and la net/neatly neS•-
lreted until n rivet's into a uttorc horrid fano of disease called
Wrught's Indian Vegetable Pills of the " North Jortericdo
College of klealth," are a true and natural remedy for the abois.
complaint, beeause they effeetnally cleanse the body from tholre
morbid humors whleh are not only the roux! of Piles, but 'id
every malady incident to man
Bsu Ass co , roe:treat - ma sea bnissicera-wirtetentber, thifitt
the original rtdoaly ra t line hotse VEUETAIMIX PILLS hale
the serstten signature of W 1 I. •%% RIow? on the top labeller!'
each hoz. '
The abnve eeli.brated Pills' for sale by s
Afrintanyrli &Co .Tnwatnla. 1 , . Moody & Co.. rernelitener
SVI AD Y l'Ouresuy, Troy. D. Brink. Dorabrook .
Coryell k tkr. Diiriengion, J. C. Adams - , Rum. Creek.
W in. (Miami. MKT. C.' Rethliense. Catsfol4 " 1
1.. S. Ellsworth. Adieus. W.C'enepbell, Sherthsquin.
Gay Tracey. Milan. I I. Werford. Moriroesurk,
C. G. Gridley. Orwell. l i
Principal office and general Depot. 169 Race In.: Phil**. !
Mare Fewer lead Aipie Cured.— . ,i
Dr. Smith : it caption in f
one at the Canal Packets. willeis
Ell* if 1 carried De fl,t Heat Smith's Pins. *nob as be gni of
Jackson & Farr. or Itaffelo. and why you did not adveqiuse
them more for Fever land Chills. He sold they were a mdCh
better medicine- Conti* than any thing be was atenuanised with.
Ik bad not token ameba - a benne be began to set benrr. lied
has not haft anyaymptonis of it Steer. Sleet he advteedevary
one he sow wah the tare, to im, these Piits and , belieres
every case can be mired if they were used thoroughte-
You's truly. H. W. FORTE+
Agents far thrabove pina fat ffrnitfiwil C.onedy_
C V Reslington. Twirl Jobe R Ford. Trairenshs: 1 •
C If Herrick. Annalist Chninbertin k Porter. do
R Newriton. Preirsefieid : . N Dike! Wariird.
i Huanek. Leßayinrille; , II W They. Standing Pot e :
J finlcnoub. Wren: 1. 5 Xaynard. Rome ; ,
0 8 Van Gilder, Pike. . If tiibba, Orwell : • If
At Wm. OriMi", in &ending Stone, on Sonia) , ast,
by A. Ennis. Esq., 4313isovt L..Storr. ((inner!, of
Springy ills, Sus. Co., to Miss Joeasera Cutlets,
In Monroe. Sept. 19.. by A. L. Cranmer. Esq.. -
rms W. Garr, to Miss Rost Werra, all of Monroe.
By the same. Oct. 19. .llh twos v vacs M'CLitt.s4 an,
of Canton. to Miss Musa A. Barrer. of Mon te. .
• - Died.
In this Borough, on theillth inst.. Maar Awn et
ass. infant daughter of Charles and Catht Trine
Reed, aged l 4 months and 16 days.
At the residence of 8. C. liaglee. in Greeew ve
ry -suddenly, on Friday. Oct. 20, 1948 ,-at 3o* Gel:,
Ma. SOME'. NAGLIZ. aged 73 years.
(o's Philadelphia papers please copy.
On the 16th inst., at the residence of Charles °tr.
in Standing Stone. keen Et. Ass. third datigh er of
Daniel T. and Martha L. tan Nest. of trait ima
tory fiver, which she bore with Christian orti
tntie and resignation to the will of her Hea en:y
Father, aged 17 years. 8 months, and 8 (lays
A ItITOR'S No - nuE.
THE undersigned, baring been ippointed an. IA adj
.'. for by the Prphane Cows of the County cifllirad
ford to adjust the amounts of E. R. Myer, adminhttra.
tor of die estate of Wm. Myer, deceased, upon ~ e
dam* filed, wdl sites& to the duties of his awn meat.
on Monday. the 27th 'day of *Treiber next, at I
in the iheiminn, at the house of tier, W. M a, in
the Vero' atogrands, of which all pentane will pkese
take notice. v 444 11—W . PATRICK, And ,r.
DELAY NO LONQER I
4T10N.--1/Phereas, the Hon ions N,
11, President. Judge or mi. 14th Judi.
resisting of the counties of Laserne,
Timm kid M. Morgan . and Reuben)
Met:dime ledges in and for the coati.
have issued their precept, tearing
day of Oct. 1949, Vs me directed for
'of quarter sesslows of the Mee.
. and orphan's COUR at Towanda for
t Ilradfisrd on the Ist Mondsss sr De
. s therefore here,
given. to the Coroners
ins` ic e s of the Pelee and °rabies. of -the , county
of' radfOrd, that they be theit lad - the - re iii their
pr r persons at. 1 o'clock in the forenoon of said
day with records, inquistionsAatninalinna and ooh.
er their remembrances, to do those who are bound
Iby recognisance or otherwise to prosecute pinst
ibe t ileMalMfa,Wittt... l l l l s , etsiknittbikhoenduhapktir as
the' l itaid" court, are to:be then and there to prizt,iecnt e
ainst them as shalt be just. Jurors are retinesto
tope punctual in t i hritAttgadattee;agreeably to their
Dated at Towanda the 25th day of October. in the
..year of our Lord 1114$ acrd of thg Independence of
'the'Untied Stites the seventy-third.
• • JOHN F. MEANS. Ilbenfr. '
SLUMMY MCI MANTU - AMAKING,
A 4. as . DOANE Ms rebutted with the latest fashions
for alltkinds of work is her line. She is also re.
oriVing GOODS of Web variety, style "
.witir betpr4u success in pleasing . her crintioue4 sins by
winery, weasand promptness to satisfyall iffso may
(slur bet With diet/ prturnago—and clwordoi
her prime* tiefitiort. end making her asrsugeurtats foi
,consultral the convenience of bet numerous
coyeny Ohs eanaot but fiat so herself tbeY will by se
axed irstrooage, show that *Wombs has sought to
!, e otheii, she bas also beuefitted herself.
iltorratO in Meteors' Muldings. 2d oulfl—entreneobe
tWeen Mereure' and Bath' styles.
liZO• Winked two or three apprentices 'to the-above bu
siness. Towanda, Oct. 25. 1848. •
a ° o MMASIASI
Mll-1-NEFI. AND MMIT' UA MAkER,
t Keeler's building, south an‘ ((Bridge street,
A 8 just retained !fora th e city With a select assort.'
meat of MILLINERY , to which oho inched 'tho
a ntion of the Ladies: Having received the latest NA..
itias, she is reedy to etecate wort to Older on short . so.•
t'" Towanda, October 25, 1848. - .
tiIILLINERY AND MANTUAMAKING.
MRS. LIVRROUGHS respectfully informs the chi
new or Monroetes and .vieinity, that she has
opened a shop foe the above business. sod hut just re
ceived from New York the latest feshitMe; also • choice
and fashionable assortment of MILLINERY,. consist- .
Mg of Flowite. Plnaes, Rihhods, Velvets, Soho. Frin
ges, &c, to which she invites the attention of the ha.
dies. Having *rived an apprenticeship and.worked for
ii length of time in one of 'the first shops in the suns of
Massachusetts. she flattens herself she will be able to •
plisse the most fewidiotte.
03. Shop in the 34 slimy of. Warford's Hata Work
done to order, mud at the shortest notice. ,
Mann:mem October 23, 1848.
NEW AND FASHIONABLE MILLNERY !
/11813 GRIFFIN respectfully inform. the Unties of
;ILL Towanda and vicinity, that she has just rebtroed
from New York, with a large and splendid stork of
Fashionable consisting of plumes, Throwers,
Ribbons, Roches, Velvtta, Latins, Fringes, Gimp, &r,
which has never been tips/led in richness, and variety,
by any former assortment, and to which she incurs
a :r. Work dose to-order, in the tied style, owl nt the
'honed Ratite.- • aeLlem2o
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
BY virtue of ma order of the Orphan' s tout of the
twenty of Bradford, will be exposed to pebbe sale
on Wednesday, the 22d day of November, lB4s, at 10
o'clock, A. Wow* the pariaes, the usdividedumil,
of a certain lot. piece ce parcel of land lying and being
in the township°, Wyslusing, county aforesaid, bound
ed and described as follows, to wit : Beginning on die
eat bask of the Wyalasing creek, in the line formerly
dividing lands of Guy Wells sailisiseph Mari, deed_
thence by said line north 70° 80 perches, thence sad.
15 ° east 20 pucka, thence south 70° west 80 perches,
thence along the' Wyelasing creek up the several case
see thereof, to the place of beginning. Coetaining ten
acres sod allowance, mostly improved, with a framed
house and framed barn thereon erected, with a . Moult
A 1430--On tbeveme day, et 2 o'clock. P.M. ; open
the premises, the equitablel interest in see other lot or
parcel of land, situated in said township, and howled
as follow, to wit t Beginning stlhe smith west corner
of warrart!lot No. 203, therseenorth 1° east 50 perches
to the mouth went comet of a let belonging to Cyrus
Fuller and Alum Fuller, thence south 89° east ttr3G
perches to a pest, thence south I° were 50 perches toe
rept os theitontb line of warrant lot, thence north 89°
west 236 perches- to the ber,inning. Containing 13
salsa and 120 perches strict measure, about ten sew.
thereof impeoved, with a' log house thereon erected ? and
avimell orchard growing upon the same.
)Attainlance 'Risen, and terwei mode known on the,*
of toile. - CYRUS ittlitildWAY,.
Springhill, October 23, 1848. - Administrator.
CDE E M E MOiIIt 9 0V112 7 2 1 § o
110tY en order of the Orphans' Court orßradford co.,
will be riposted to public sale on MONDAY.
20th day of November'lB4B,at 2 o'clock, upon eie pre ,
wises, a piece or parcel of land in Towanda boro'., late
the property of Truman Kinsman dee'd., bounded on
the north by lobo Wilma, on the east by William-et,
on the mouth , hy Bisision at.. sail west by Main stint,
containiog abotut twenty-four square rods.
Attendanee gi s-n, and terms made known on the Jay
of Sale. 'l.. W. TIFFANY.
October 25, 1848. Admittisproor,
BY virtue of sundry write of set n id, expo. issued out
of the court of Common Plea* of Bradford Cciunty.
to me directed, 1 shall expose to public Mlle at the hoax
of T. P.Woodruk in the Unifier/hid Towanda, on Moo
day ibe 4th day of DECEMBER next.' at two o'clock
P. M., the following ,piece or parcel of land in the
township of Ulster, and hounded North by D. It.ilregg
East by S. Sweet, South by the Maier road and Weet
by Holcomb's. Containing half an acre all insproenk
with one framed house and a few fruit tree* thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of D. Van
dereook use's.. Mathias Lent.
A I.Bo.—Ther following - piece or parcel of land situate
in the bone of Tefwanda, bounded on thclsiorth by •
Street leading (rola Main street to the Suspirhsons
Elver, no the East by en Alley on the South by the lot
on which the Baptist Meeting House stands and on the .
West by Main street, containing one fourth of an ate
more Or less with a framed dwelling house 'end barn
Seisetistid taken-in exseutiosi at the.suit of Elizabeth
Metre vs. A. M. Coe. and Wen. Patton.
ALSO.-IDue half of a grist mill, dam and rate, with
the appurtenances, a mill house and all the ground en
which they ars situated, together with that occupied as
it mitt.yard, situate on the Wyslusing creek in the ;IL
Of Pike, inthe county of milord.
. Seised and taken in execution at the snit of Sala
*win. Phelps & Co. ' vs. Edward W. Jones.
ALSO —A partel of (soil situate io Burlington vtirp•
bourulad4torth by Moses Culkine,east by Joel Calkins.
/sloth by Allen Wiiesiri. west by Jesse Beach. Coe ,
taining about eighty acre..
Seised end taken in lexectition at the suit of R. '3. Pn
vidson et al « &c., MlCean. -
A LSO—A piece of land in Springfield, bounded north
by E.Ketchuin,ieast by Bniley , !south by li. I«
Rags, and. west by Conuininn fitly acres:.
With twenty-dire acres improved, one framed house and
framed barn end - do apple orchard thereon.
Seized and taken in execution at the suit of R.l3.Pe
'Warm, et al., cc. Alonzo Sherman. •
. ALSO—A piece of !and in Orwell township, bound..
ed north by lands of Nathaniel .Cbubbeek, east by Ch
ler Hill, on the ai uth I%,'Eseriab Con,orri, and en the
west by Sandford Prince and Nathaniel Beeman. Coo
taining Ewa nry-tera acres. with shout twelve acres iel•
proved, with one framed house, 100 barn, one apple or'
chard end .nursery thereon.
Served and taken in execution si the suit of Thomas
J. Thaeher's'use, ye. Chandler Prince. -
JOHN P. MEANS, Sherd
Sharilra Office, Towsida,;Oct. 16%, 1 tylB.