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1111=41 mime ; if paid within" ilia year SilailU
ha , far auk paid actually ia *dealer, ill 110 vilifbe
dadeariad. • • . ~ , •
L.lldmiamairdaria. per square of +ea liars. Pll pats - for, ills
liallllo/111114initelat reels alibeegaataiiiii. .-, •
(ke- Arhertiennesta paalkstios in
the Reporter, skald be /aM in by Monday aright
to mare their inarelitner •
tAe 4ealtisq•Aroustof Rep eseatativer Democratic
... 4 0**Cirlfililby a large major*
liser oliatt6f-- of Tuesday, Sib inst., terminated
moat nay for. the Dedieetaty of the Iteystone.
Their sandidaie for Cansd Commissioner is elected
by an overwhelming majority , ranging WO 15 to
20,000. The Senate has been redeemed, and the
Hates.will lslaggely Democratic.
We.give below the reports of the majorities in
airilkigeimit counties, as far as heard from :--
1 2 71 rr
Senators holding over,
giving us a majority of eue in the Senate. We
have' gainetf the Senators in the Northampton,
York, trotting and Montgomery districts, and
elected them in the barks, Philadelphia, Bradford,
and Schuylkill districts.
The house wi.t have a umjority of hum liic2o
Democrats. We have gained eight, members in
Philadelphia, two in Luzenwr, one in Alleghany,
one in Metter, one in Schuylkill dro ancelase two
in Ducks ; one m Bedford, Columbia and Bradford
T. Remit to this Cogighty.
The official retaios of the valet' pulled at the late
electiow ir this enemy, sheave haling off amper
e) with the vote last fall, of 201Xl. votes. That the
democrats have staid away from the polls, in num
bers, any one acquainted with the election districts
can easily see. They bane trusted too mob* the
fact of the Democracy licit% is the ascendant in
the County, and have yielded to a feeling of secu
rity and a state of apathy more to be dreaded, in
its unkntunate regatta to the .party, than any ether
With such a feeling it is no wonder thatthe Om--
al majorities for oar ticket have been decreased i but
the official vote shone. much , awry lansentable
result, in thodifeat of one of our candidates for
Bepresemativer. majority against Mr. Sat..
owns, is ?P This County, will eonsequenny
have as one of its Repoientatives the nest Leg"
blear?, a whip, Mr. Fowert, For twelve years
Bradford has been wee to her ibitfrir4taring that
time abs has returned only Thannetats as her Rep
resentatives,. and if iir mock mortifibiticer we
now herald a different result. Foromately, we
have gained sufficiently thmegboet the Stare, to
be certain of r handsome majority itt the fibtrae,ont.
withstanding the uneepectid defectionsi Bridirid e
bat the low of a Democrat hem might have been
of momentous importance: The magnitude of the
occasion ihool ' have sailed fi ndr the vot e and ono
lotions of overy democrat
But aside from considerations connectediwith the
lirgislation'of the nest winter, thine are other ma
. eons why we deeply deprecate this unfmtnnete re
mit. Mr. SAIWEINO* *as fairly Delltlitlifea by the
Convernion, which formed our County richer.—
Those who contested the nomination with him,
were hie ardent supporters. He is an able end effi
cient and uncompromising Deiromat At all timer
his sonless have been at. the eammod of the
lomocratio cause in this county: lbearaiiir apes ,
ffitan madethirthe focus of - opposkion *defog...-
Against him the whole brute was waged. This
fact should Ave rallied wand 6t,the oalire, De ,
mooracy,Atermined thatin 'horrid' not-lie stank
-down, for reasons wbielfriciabled. pro :
(wen.- had they keepti that seeleiriitAle*ase,
wi**An they , - 0 441 hey! 'JAW 4in their
strength, and snetabledhint. Ake theta of the
have been to eoirrinlkoilleiti his define.
tieir voters were rallied to "the 04 and
sfiefitiiine lout been ettaccesfel..
Steilancholyits the wink is; ire rronot disposed
ro'find fault with the party in . ihnOmmly. I , But we
Irks' ti*7 will hemaller be wouldby , lbw election
oft a 'Whig Ilepresiniative, from Pradbredy we
. sof oder their candiffines to be deleetedit* whet
log of secutty and-a mate of inudivitY:"l
; 1-c ia:L ; i*Ola remiat#l lkat tliey
utgiosio and deimilipet egalii
:O4prand...agi3lll. k portion-of our -*chi ;entry
yawls InatLed. fat !Maw' Against _
,Of the 10 14, 1 *ere put toelt. - ..irA Masi
IN*o lllB 3c I.4loierittial
Masai, is fmmibiwiikasidabla drew is oar
'gbh*, thik4onWitt ''tdoisoilardli sod dui
in ilia mioodsy. Thie'olectioo of it* should
hate steamboats tape keiro. The Mr 3 1 4 01 181 Coln.
Conlerse, made K'r.apy earglot on Sondo7 bac
bringing' a Wed of cool end iron from below. 144 e
made a shon excursion on Monday morning, and
'at litres:ll4i melted . for Adams. Leiringthe skim
with the acchUnarKine d.,tlte nocnrd i unk W7ouninli
P 4 - 11 40, 1 -IPK I, I of 1 444 1 1 10 0 0 11 Soo
ginehooMis and. MO co befannon• • P',4l3'
most Pl*** 00 0*, the. weeps:Mr the
g racellift .. - he st r Ot l #S l 4 dleer*/ fq 1 .0.4?? *we ite
sh°lertieltlibl°lo.**lo. and over the
liquidkie, which, in '
sews attempted. to stay her
consist: Our beautiful " river of the hall
seldom lanni disturbed by such avvisitant, sod the
naountaine l ,es.we WiTe
back, basiarthid . roverheratiotm, an auwiwtell mho
from the clank of her, machinfity.
. passim,apd ORO'S, ; fir many
wand andbinintifid since lavished with so beau
teous a handidfdig die direr—Which can challenge
comparison with the boasted scenery of the Hod
sora—we passed' Ulster, the broad plains of She;
shequin--and neared Adams.- ifere a crowd 6I
spectators awaited our arrival, and at n o'clock ire
touched the shore, and were song.in cur neighbor
village. A short stay, and Mai o'clock we bid our
Athens friends adieu, and were descending on the
broad bosoin of the Susquehanna. The watermen
wending their (to us) slow and tedious Morse with
the current, were passed and re-paired in a twink,
ling, and after a pleasant trip of an hour and a half
Towanda was once more in sight.
Such is the necessarily brief description of one'
of the pleasantest excursions we have ever enjoy
ed. The company, which, though small, was
"select," seemed to partake of the charm which
such an occasion inspired. The bright sun of an
autumn day, heightened the gorgeousness of the
garb in which Nature was mined, and the beauty
and grandeur, and sublimity of the scenery called
forth the exclamations of all. It may be years be
fore the wheels of a steamer will again disturb the
waters over which We passed, and we are sure not
one of the company but would regret had they
neglected this opportunity.
The Wyoming speaks highly for the enterprise
of the citizens of Tunkhannock, where she was
built. She is a beautiful model, and " walks the
Waters likes thing of life." Having much the a'-
vantage of her predecessors the Cadmus and the
Sisqudiatina. The advent of the CiSiorus, and her
disaster have become abeam a portion of 'he past;
authenticated only by that highly respectable per.
son " the oldest inhabitant."
Steamboaiing tqa, l ,4Baf,afiret waters - of
oelsgana," can' birraebicolia . so eitanit
We wish the graceful Wyoming a better fate—
under the charge of Capt. Converse, we are sure
she well deserve it.
The Wyoming made the flip from Tuukhannock
in 1.4 hours running time heavily laden with iron
and coal, and towing a Durham boat. We are re
quested by the officers to state, that but for una
voidable delays she would have reached Towanda
on Saturday afternoon, and not subjected them to
the mortification of entering the town on the Sab
bath, Whtdr they particularly wished to avoid.
At au endarglastle meeting of the passengers of
the 'tea mhos* 4 Wyoming," held during her passage
from Athens to.Turtaada Mi et : e it day. Oct. 15. 1849.
tH. STRPHENS A i
ll to preside; rases
Taunus sad P.C. Wane chosen Vice Presidents,
and K. 0. Goodrich Secretary.-
The President having stated the object of the
meeting, a committee was appointed , to draft reso
lutions, conNining of E. G. Goodrich: W P.-Powell,
Wm. Briggs. C. M, Manville, G. W. Potter and By
The committee reported the following resolutions
which were unanimously adopted :
Resolved. That the excursion with the steamboat
Wyoming this day. has demonstrated the practica
bility of navigating the Susquehanna with steam.
Resolved, That the steamboat 114 yoming basprov
ed her capability to stern the strongest current with
out dilladty. sad that as a safe bow she is entitled
to confidence. That the time is which she has per
formed this trip. is highly creditable to her power
as a steamer.
Resolved. TIM sat *baits are doe to Capt.Cow
vitas% cot the attention and gen deans ly deportment
which have contributed greatly to heighten the ea
joymena of the excursion.
Resolved, That the pilot; slicers and crew of the
boat are also entitled to the thanks of the company.
Resolved. That. Capt. J.M.- Gilboa, for his care
in providing for our comfort, receives our best con
Resolved, That*e cordial and hospitable reeep
tioe gives ns by the cOrens ,of AM**, is is keep
ing with their wide-spreedmimetion.
Rdoled, TRIM the 'proceedings of this meeting
be signed by the °Seers; •Mid Soblfshat. •
• Oho* by the °Seers.]
Stockwell's (over NelreU>
Powell's, whip; (ovet.Sanderion,)
Tex .BtrrLea Divniter..—frrince Butler, it appears
- settled ff)6,010o oo'llint. Bader, pravioes to her di
voice; the interest Of which she nay espied an
intally;and death dee' irrinerpid to go to the
two children. Shor has 1010,600 Of her owe ear'n
ing; sad is net likelf to *Whir goat
WanceALE o.nveace. 7 l,iiviewe of the defeat
the 'Whigs in Pean4ltapiilitibe New York
chit* produced such a aping ete,eefelee at the
trooklyn Nwipleard, thin °Ora were ipmediate
.given to givehargwonw hatmited Dealowite from
emplarteal-oehich wes actionrunioy done.
Dennerser int advettiaetlent in another ca
lomn, k will basset that pr.'llainenn, fitvetably
known to our cilium is LAMM Dentist r bes pet
‘lnaiwatly located in this bonnet. • •
Gpo...Tarcoa ,bas doprmisted not to ramie big
Win 'WO. W. Oats sappose . be would t?•-
ooniiitit isioadt of
Dziiru or Emu wellinews
pget sod 'Author, ,Baitimooi as Sanday
kW Am lA* of dekritratimmen. t
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Ce.:«N'ies is proceeding. Weesoiled to steam
that a decidedly antklavroy iphit
We alroll hal room toes, it $ ill y
*Maras .01NOst 11 00 0 9 6
limitations epee In froacelkainieh lir. '
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' Twat die Neils Nee% ems
The /Wiwi* itatemiet,iti regard so the salmi
Colony, bas been compiled freer Ihnitest whoa
tiresome's, front man,who ats recently bear the
dimpogs i sad front those 'who limo been„oppd
pospec,l over the while of„that iatensami
•The Ilecrantas to atiUieYti s ' good &widge d of
witteditati like tie ell liken dollars attire, all-in
dustrions lahmere,nrid a bar triw•arbors, **Aoki
was first disCirmoiliiibich hid been untr uly one.
baked bylbe earimiiiiiid new 'ildvintaters, has
been taught withgtestimoress, sommlting lifgf as
*Tempel Iwo klindmd dollen each, to a puny of
three for soma two weeks me. The Dew nom
ad dtoMing the river and of working in its drain
ed channel - hut let always repaid the elan, yet, is
enough cases, It has suocaeded to make it quite
popular, It requires a union drone twenty ro sil
ty to build the dam. The one at Mormon Island
has not fet reaChed the expectation of its Mends
though the shares of the stock has been sold here
.fifty,pm cent above par.
Th. Feather River whom the finest gold has been
Reind, is yet a favorite *main among the dipoles.
It average Of an ounce per man, if he
works well. The lazy and inactive in this country
do net tare any boner Isere than in bay other; and
the dissipated are oßen the earliest inctitakto the
diseases of the climate. But bard labor is well re
warded by the bliontiful hand of Nature. About
3,000 peones artrnowetigt,ged there.
- The Aoba River* saidlo be the wrest phew for
making money by those who stick to ~spot, and
the Indian trade is brisk. A friend of ours asrared
os that be bed sold common scarlet blankets an
from four to ten ounces apiece. At the present
time be has aheady Ittihad a few tkasands by
his mercantile shrewdness.
Of the three forks of the Rio de lea Americence,
the Notth has now a m4ority of Miners. The gold
is of light lemon color, and when assayed is'
friend to possess a greater quantity of silver than
that of tire neighboang streams. Many have left
the Middle Fork, in puiies t far the mountain. sour.
ces of the precious metal, but these parties have
not been as vuccessfof as was expected. The Ore
gon men were to be the luckiest diggers on these
The old-fashioned rocker is the only and the
simplest way yet invented to separate the dirt from
the owl. In future . years quicksilver Twill doubtless
be used, but gold as yet too plenty *id too easily
procured to need the aid of amalipana.
The mornings and evenings are cord and delight
ful, the middle of the day hot and dry, when the
thermometer ranges from 90.t0 115 Faretibeit.
Upon the llecnnuento and WI tributaries, are at
work about 15,000 men, and with the year ending'
next January, they will &fatless relieve the earth
of little less than 920,000,000, and this we untwist.
der a moderate estimate.
The San Joaquin divides with the. Seesansento
the gold aeeking peptising, where, *nigh moo&
and re-wrought, the quantity still remains unaba
The &anislams shores has afforded the largest
speehnens,• varying from 'half an ounce to 15
pounds, and thousands are now waiting the low
water to excavate the virgin bars of this wealthy
The dry diggings on Wood's Creek have yield
ed thOusapds of ounces; and the Mexicans located
at the Sonoranian camp have reaped a nch harvest;
these digging are randy deserted for a lack of ya
wio wash the gold. While on the %malaria, the
shores are filled with springs, and pumps are new
to keep the waterout while digging.
The Tuolumne and the Mercedes Rivers have
been merely shimmed over, yet with brilliant suo
awe. And many feet are now turned toward the
ravines of the Calaveras, where & fortunate miner
earned $20,000 in two weeks. We had the pleas
ure of seeing snare of this windfall of gold. The
mountain parties bare not yet returned. Of their
. fortune we shall give our readers the earliest intel
Upon the San Joaquin and its tributaries there
are some twenty thousand men now at work, who
will earn by January next some $20,000,000. Ao
! cording to this calculation, this country will yield
;not less than 810,000,000 annually—an income on ,
.preceden!ed in the annals of the world. A word
to those about starting for this region : Stout, hard
working men are those who acquire the mostgold.
Boarding tents are plenty all over the mineral coun
try, and board varies from $3 to 15 per day. Par
ties of from three to five, are the most successful.
kll large-parties Weak op from a want of unity of
fealing t .alter reaching here; in fact, they are ea
progroble. Maishinery its of no use, and does not
sell for-the freight it costs. The flo urishing Cities
of Sectimento, Stockton, Benecia, and ollsemi; are
the beet evidence of the immense value of this
wealth, in. populating a land that only needs labor.
ers to make it one of the latest grazing sad agricul
tural coon rise in the world'.
It is reported tbs. new and valuable gold comes
have been discovered upon the Tortes River just
the other side of the Bien* Nevada, and; several
parties from the northern forks were lel their way
thither. It is stated that from 500 i to $l,OOO have
been drez , ref day.
I lf this report a true, the read' are past W
I beg impoovered.
The Aka •carOornis of Avg. -Hemp
Althorrecweare it the midst of floasaser t a fee
in the parlor Move every mornipg and evetuag,haa
beenbou l d agreeable to moat odium, especially to
The general health of this 5,000 inhabitants of
San Francisco, is goal. Recently some deaths
have occurred from diarrhea and dysentery, and
many am now suffering from ace or other of these
disclaim; but dig sickness is abetting: Sage solic
ited. is felt in regard to Cholera and ship Wet:
*the general opisiaris, that neither of these dis
eases can spresdin sock a climaie as this.
The Pee* Mei of Segasnalsw 1, says:
Jedityll. Moore, our new kestmairer, arrived in
sherPaimmiicand 1111111.41610•113 upon tee duties ot
i. dates., Needy 20,000 is were reogived by
the lit. mill. The.present anangesneom are ear.
sufficient &rile *tally mem:aim homages, and
we are glad t. learn that 'Mr Moore is preparing
to Make sash improvements au will lasing a ready
and promprdslivery. <
invoice, of Shirty dough si shirts were mei..
ed at San Fluorine° from, the Sandwich blends,
having been lent to flonnolola, where Wear is
eheiport be washed—the prise varying from Mite
per deem •
There was mode airbuses at *mines* lest sc..
cohnts. The sickly i seaso, eompiiiestbemondm
of July, Ault
*Two mild desseerware - plyiegitrthe waters te• -
the Reerememo: • t-
The Alta Celifore . tieef Meg. 23 says: Invalids
am beginning to ar rive in AM pleas from eke north;
where the held stilt cOntisess tritaais, - Ind witch;
sickness prevails. Our hospitals in another
will skew ateebialissisgletimateity . , and toe
raped foe ekeeelietw.temi eatnimeeemme kw the
sick mime be obeerved.
'tithe 211di A Alit Woe S 6 spare wigged
nosh Tying it the lest of fleetielesee
Cityo Oestyeatightowasibillerhave beets be-
Aglow, . 74
Asbelas Wm, , 47
. A 4b 0k4 7 1. 1 1 1, - 06 •
Sifts* . tog
ca.,00, • •
Yreakrea, • - 80
I . 58
--/ • ' 38
' iaiwP • - 48
" • •38
. • Moore% • 98
1 0111 4 1 , .• • • 107
EidtberN • 11
Bbeehequis, . 189
South Creak, la
Tarsals Top, -
Troy Twp., 3
1.• m•• mum amemn mommom.
TOTAL. 3484 2587 2400 2654 2556 2325 2477 2690 2348.2711 4 23792676 . 201 26311
og.- Whip marked thus et).
07- In emossqsenes ot an error. the Mare judges eertified that John A. Gamble had 2687 iotes..ao litMry M Puller. bat
2484. The proper ocerreetions are made in the above table. (amble's majority is 103.
Saved practicable to navigate a vessel' exceeding
40 tons harden, that champe up the Sacramento.
Messta r Moffat & Co.from New York have set
op an establishment at San Francisco for the coin
ego of five and leis dollar pieces. They advertise
that they will redeem them in silver. They , are
recommended by several prominent men in New
The punishment of the "Hounds"'at San Fran
cisco has had the best effect. The dna California
says that "order reigns in Warsaw" since the re
cent trials. lithe Ayuntatuient will only take im
mediate and dicisive measures to establish a night
and day police, San Francisco will never again
witness such outrages u have passed. The great
majority of her citizens have learned their lessons
in too good • school not to, desire good govern
ment, and th ose who give it to them will be re
membered and rewarded.
An independent military corps has recently been
formed under the title of the " California Guards."
It is commanded by Henry M Nagle, assisted by
First Lieuts. Hall McAllister and D. T. Bagley. A
collation, with " the feast of cold ham and flow of
ciampeqrne." was given by the commandant.
A coroner's inquest was held over the body of a
Fleischman, shot while between San Fran.
rime and the Mission of Dolores. From the wound
In the beck of the bead it *as supposed that he
bad been murdered .
Diagracalid list at PWlladelplga.
The "City of Rids" was disturbed by a dread
ful riot on the evening of the election, resulting in
the loss of life, end destruction of property. We
find the particulate in the Evening Bulidin :
A not of a most deplorable character has centred
on the southern border of our city, which we shall
proceed to describe as clearly as the circumstances
will permit. A brick tavern called the California
House, four stories high at the corner of Sixth and
Si Mary sic kept by • mulatto men who has *
white wife, has for some time been the object of
the indignation of the rowdies of the southern dim.
tries of the County and was a few weeks since the
scene of a riotous disturbance. About S o'clock
last evening pe Sting by 'beim that the police force
was engaged in keeping order about the various
Aoki' polls, a gof rowdies with a furniture
car, in which won a blazing totem, came op Seo
ul-et. and rushed down St. Mary N. which is in
habited mostly by oppose. Au attack= toe Cali
fornia Howe havingleen feared, the noun party
created much excitement and as they paired down
lt issul a. stones were thrown mid couple of dis
pistols were heard—followed by an ex
citing rumor that a white man was shot.
The mob, being thus rendered furious proceeded
troths front of the California Rouse, whictrwith the
neighboring boosts was by this time well defend
ed by the bhicb, many of diem armed. Several
sallies were made by the neppose, but the sessibents
enacted an entrance into the bows . about 111 &-
clock. The fixture* of the bar were tom down,
' and a fire was kindled inside the home. The in
sues were obliged to fly, and the escape of the
gas frost the demolished fixtures helping the spread
the Games, Op. whole house. was soca in a
The are otinpanies speedily reached the
tqa wherrthey anempted to play upon the dames
imetriktrim off by the rimers, who peked them
w* Mem dome sections of basewere pot in
hands of eokored men, who used them with mat
erect upon the neighboring houses. Notwith
standing thkt the flrespread destroying two adja•
cent frame dwellings, two brick dwellings and a
empower shop in the mart the tavern of Mr. Well
nine the Montgomery Home mita stable belong
to a man named Bell.
Tbe,Police in the meantime, had been assem
bling in considerable Moue and as early-as 111olclock
bad sumnpied to drive oil the decors, bat were
driven back by dischamw of &elms and volleys
of moos; the moment being tamed up to famish
the latter midges.
While the Mentgomeny-Home was berning, the
Hope Engine Company manfully took a position to
play upon it, but anoverpowerin mob took pos.
session of their swami" end ran it op St. btaiy.st..
It was make° bythe Contieny, but not till it was
muchin*ed. Th• Good-Will Engine, the She
end other Cowpoke' aim did all that
was possitt4, betas they were about to attempt to
render service, a volley of firearms was discharged
by the mob, With the moat lamentable results.—
Charles Hitmeelwright of the • Good Will was shot
through the beam, and died almost howdy. He
was an estimable man, a peprmerainee by trade,
residing is Schuylkill Srrentbet. near rule. He
was unmarried. A number of others were WOOD.
ded, whose name's we Ain , give at the close of our
amoont, as mealy as they can be ascertained.
_At 12 o'cloek, 'midnight, ihe. Slate House bell
struck 8 taps, the signal for the military t be call.
dow, and this was hued during Mime time.
The Was underlined . toy Lad bakes 7 ot
dot*, k. IL a sairtensos of heeilitiee wail MSc
tad. Ommiosselwipookof gems and pia* Rama,
beard until 2 o'clock. The fire in this ausamime
had bees pat out, or had boast half eat.
A - Reatber oftheliagett had seamed kora the
vetherkef sexpeeeni bride, td, aetveithwanemi
t a fiti _
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their inferior Wee they succeeded is making sev
eral arrests during the night.
Tux accosts iturr--Qtriet continued until about
9 o'clock this morning, whoa the ominous eight
taps of the State House, bell, announced another
.riot. This second 'outbreak commenced about 9
'o'clock . when the hose of . the Morris Hose Com
pany, which was doing seivice on the scene of ac
lion, was cut. This was a signal for the rioters to -
commence an assault. Brickbats and atones were
hurled by them at the firemen, and firearms were
owed with considerable effect several persons be
ing wounded.*The Mayor, Sheriff and Police were
soon on the ground, and succeeded in restoring ol
der. Mayor Swift, himself, who arrived beton: the '
the military, arrested two men.
Mimosa, or me bburmiT.--Th• military,
which had been down at *berme* of the first riot
bad returned upon the restoration of quiet, and it
was some tune before they could be called again"
for the suppression of the renewed disorders.—
About 9, A. M. however, they began to assemble
in Independence square. Mandelays occurred
. and it was nearly 9 o'clock whe w body of five or
six companies with -their ranks t partially filled
marched to the scene of action. The whole were
undercommand of Gen. Patters% and Col. Boh
len. Their approach to St. Mary, . soon became
known to the rioters, .arid by tbetiime they came
upon the ground they had disappeared into their
various haunts. The companies Were sasig4d pos
ition at the various avenues leading to the scene of
riot so as to command every approach complete
ly. The military are provided with ball cartridges,
and hate full authority to fire upon any renewal of
the lawless and outingoos proceedings by the rio
Kiwat —Chas Himmelmight, white, shot - thro'
the head : colored man, unknown, at the hospital
Wounnea—Mrs. Smith, residing in Sitph at.
above South shot through the head ; Char l es I Wei
terhood, residing near the corner of Thirteenth and
Race sta. thigh fractured by a ball ; Jeremiah Mc-
Shane, shot in the temple, not expected to live ;
William Coleman shot to he thigh and leg; Char
les Sheareni shot in the leg; Edward Matthews.
shot in two places, the breast and ribs, mortally
wounded ; George Williams, shot in the . breast ;
Augustus Green shot in the hand and leg ;' John
Hall, wounded in the neck lk arm . ; R. Runde!, col
ored, shot in the thigh and arm in the last conflict.
These are the names of the Buffeters as tar as we
can aseerain them. Various and conflicting reports
are circulating as to the number killed and wound
ed poise saying not less than twenty were shot and
and that quite that number stein the hospital--tak
en there at various times during last night and this
Mums= es ,u* Lanes The Chinn Citizen
of she 2d stave :
The ochoriner La SOO, was amazed dining the
blow of Saturday night,. the lad uk. rad ail. on
board pen stied.
There has been several stoma, and tad weather
for the sermon within a few days'as nand, each
year, ahem the time of theautanatidaquittex.
A dispatch dated Milwaukee, OM. Sonya Steam
er Nile ram ashore yesterday-morning, Beer North
Pier, and now lap broadside to the land in two or
throe feet of water. The bittom is sob sand,- and
the boat in no danger. She lies upright. Passen
gers, Ac. all safe. It will be difficult to get her oil.
Schooner Baldwin, from - Cleveland, in running in
to the river, struck the Sam Strong, carrying away
IMMO. her • 'rig and korempmast; Piers slight
ly dam gale yeatenlay running very se
The Cleveland Herald of the 3d says : As the
propeller Hercules was cominkup last light, when
off Fairport, she needy came' m collision with a
tluee.masted schooner, supposed to be the Cana.
dian silt Gilmour. The Captain hailed , the Her.
cotes, said he was in a sinking condition, and
witted , to be taken in tow. - The Hercules passed'
mend diersebooner several times, but, on account
of an injury to the , propeller's - wheels and the
romghness cf the am, it was , kmnd impossible to
tow, and the Captain of the Hercules tailed. the
Captain of the vessel to - make sail for the beach,
and when last alien she was doing so. IP
The sehr. Hen ry _ Clay, in ballast, was beached
at Conneaut an Moeday.
The steamer Lorkion WWI rm into while lying at
the dock at Grand River on Friday last, by the
brig Eureka, bound for ellifortda, arm her upper
works damaged considerably.
Lena non CAINADC-.4 , doweich dated Mon
treal, October 10, say* : •
" A declaration in favor of annexation to the Un
ited &Wes has been drawn up,' and An the short
apace of 5 boars received the signatures of 306.0 f
our ffrst • metehiats, landholders and professional
men ' including two of the members , of Parliament
and two of The Queen's Counsel." .
Iftrants.—Chas. Stevens of Ctistiti4; Me , in a .
pos4sysni of insanity recently cut the throat of his
yotingest.child and then attenspea. lomat his nwn,
To4rvenied horn °dentin his purpose Idly.
The in dead; the father it it *Oaths will re.
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Tante SiiVirreek-14$ Lins Let.
We feared that the late alone isreold leave be.
hi n d it mosernfulmemmitoes to its visit, in its- erect
of human lite along min Atlan - tie sea coat Unit
fearful instance, of - its destructive fury is given is
the Boston evening papers of Monday. The Trans
"As one Of the effects of the_ gale, we hare to
announce the most disastrous shipwreck whielt he
occurred on our mast fur the lassiorty years! Tia.
British brig St. John,- Capt. Oliver, tram Galway
Ireland, sth tilt, for this . : pert, With 120 emigna
=gems, cattle te' \ ranch& wide oft Moots
s e , l Cohauset,•ablnit 6 o'clock yesterday mow
ing. - She soon, hbwever f drosed her anchor; the
masts were then cot away, but continuing to drag,
she struck upon the rock., and became a total area
The captain, officers, and irew, with the eseepear
of the first mate, took- to the boat and landed rah
at at the Glades, a short distance off; but, o ha
reported, 91 of the
.passengers were drowned . —
There were 14 cabin passengers, chiefly women
and children, who are among the lost. Those ale
were eared numbering but 21, got on -pieces die
wreck and landed near White Fload,.at the noel
end of Cohasset rocks. Twenty;fire bodies wen
washed ashore this morning.
HOMICIDIL--4 letter dated Yak
Pa. Oct. 5, says: Yesterday afternoon on qtis
town was thrown into great excitement, by the fa(
that Jacob Loock, a deranged person fired a deaf
Capt. Geo.-Hay. It appears: from what can In
certained, that he came to town for the swiss*
pose of shooting Cap[ Hay, who was at the her
in his furniture wareroorn ; that while in the act cl
firing, his horse wheeled round and the ball passel
through a pane of gim in the passage nest tett
wareroom.: Ao soon noire. had fired, he rode
as fast as be could, and seversl. persons follow)*
him. Unfortunately,- Henry llgenfritz, a yom
man, overtook him, when &rock fi red and Wei ;
him. He was shor tly afterward captured by Dinf
Eberhan and Alceitus Welsh, who,Mou& him*
town. He is now lorkaed in our jail, and irk s& ,
-position will be made or himia not yet..knem—
He moat be welt seemed.
Cliatsatat—iAs the steamer' Nile war Memo)r
passing up the Lakes with'abstat MY- Swiss WO
grants on hcardigus Oholera bioke memorialists
on La% 1160113 in a very icaligasnl form, =die
kite thertioat anited'at Chic eight hail died ad
were borealis-the Lake. There were nitwit ca.
ers lying,. must of them, iii a collapsed ma
They were pro* It is lo the acapaal by th
authorities of C . " :'Theiji emigrants - fell
booed for Henry e . P, !wheedlers ilia 1 4 1 *
donned their count ear.
. VarChelera war atilt ailing at Mackinac, it
the latest accounts.-
tat Roanis Wsit..A letter from. Gen. Tee,
dated Tamp Bah the 22d tilt, confirms the me
meet previously toublialted,, that he has samrdee
in having an interview with,the Seminole chide
the lath it Charlotte Harbor. He :
They disclaim, for thermion, ail dispositime
friendly tease wititeskiarthe teem mitragovet
unknown tb the nation,. and wete ptirpetased 11 8
kw outlaws who Jeanie plinklusent, ana wo.
will be surrendered teoni.fustitieutuntrtime in tie
coarse of the cumin month. Under these time
glances I entertain the hoptehat secs* and oaf"
deuce will snail be secured to tbecitizem.
Ores:no. or REn Rtven.—The Alexaoka
Republican' states that -the inindation will be le
manse. In Mal parish alone, if the crop of 0a
ton be tirtirnated 25,000 bales, and otSogar at 10;
000 boishead, with the usual quantity of Ittilaves
the kw will be 111,700,1)00 ; and airosld the a?
ries done to the Com. euttrand property Ereneragf
be taken into .consideration, it will run -De 10 MT:
000,000. The Red Rieei Talley, instead of toing
130,000 bales of botton, will not yield this ylos
more than 30,000. Here is a loss of 115,000,000,
Naartow Emus—About the filet of *teal , "
eighteen maims and the eorawaini the um*
watch, escaped how the 11. S. ship Ohio, oft Sal
Francisco, in a boat alongside
.; and when rose
forty yards off, were fired want by the marina- -
hi lair way to the suers'' they were oblige4l. l °
=lithe sloop-otwar. Warns and theitont%
pion and Fretroeie p .wiscr each Arai
them bat without wawa,.. The • boat was riddled,
yet none were wounded. They fled on reachitc
the shore, and are denbdese on the " trig;iol°
• Durntecnya, Frit at ssse Oasonso.—Last See
dad everting five stika.nsboatis—.-the Falcon, the Ilk
nom, the Marshal Ney, the Aaron Hart and th e
America—ly, Big at the Levee at New ()dean., were
destroyed by fue together with all their freet — '
The total loss, an freightalone, is estimated at 5153.•
81311TENCE roe R muse , A BILOTIFIL2.-4t thi
m r oreester Criminal Coart z .litanihal Flag of it
stun, who, While iatintieated, killed his brother
hiking away hiexuni jug, wee sentenced terns yoll
in the StetoTriiion. •