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THE DEMOCRAT. 1
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_ Democratic Co toe mention of Wyommg, which Democratic patty, we me dearly morti fi ed by the i
ilnet me Meador, nominated E 10,1161. Mows, Jr. refleeeion. Pennreylvania, n .101, thal r hoe control. It
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---- , of Washilegton fa: Il4presentaleve from that county. led the ',Oil iced de ie of the !'men, end that has
Th.. it a first rate mlecteen. end well be greeted , in km disastrom times, more than ones, turned
I with rapture by the Denlmntey of Susquehanna. l the uneerlainlido of battle lee our favor. Not that
- INIONTII I I OII6 , Part 'From • personal acquaiiliaume with Mr. M6war. I the people have changed their panties, for mob MS
'f r several yews, as well as 14 univerval consent net the cam. but that we suffered ourselves to be de-
Thursday, Amara 8411.1194116 I ° . 1 ,
_._,.. _, we eau recommend tom le the 'Mersa this couMy funded out old. election, by the infamous pr.-
Denumperatle N•111111•1111lielal. tes a Democrat in wham is no guile, and who, while tie. of our 'mimeo] opponents.. We may learn •
lhe will be true to the great inter!.ta of thie moteon; lemon We trust that law come of our fellow celt
iof the Stale, and porneulterly the North Branch emu; in ether stele we have profited by the past,
;real, well be also true to the Democratic pony !and that when the tune arrives, wo will speak
iNfr Wevmearreo amerce ea that W e t.. end through the ballot boars. True , - .4 to the settled
Boa ey will mill a wrong vow in that county, end ! political (althea( our people, and relying with roc-
s eve can amore him and tlee Democracy of Wyo.; pheit anted_ Ire, 011 • largo Democratic mejonty.
• none, that they will do the Name en Susquehanna. we mode no adequate eitertions toeounterant It,, I
i enreaung vegilsoe ef the WI , sile. Tic
roe Caul Conseirleaue,
JOHN A. GAMBLE,
unceasing , vigilance of ~ lug party. 'Mee
B. WELLS, The Perth B Canal.
.L The following le
car tter which we find it. the hot j"en`a naitlier I°h•r ` a " m•I " °}'• •"'"
j new . woman. ell over the stat, and kept up it mem..
I non of excitement.. and eat r the !Make and em•
m v . . of mire, LsAs nJeu
. rsistion is th rd e
North Branch Canal. We conk., f ;
s.e.ato ta re a I.llle on se, however,. reading ea mum
;.; °•°• ; ,'" inl " .• °"". , ° "` a° , 4 ,7 •""
ne a buke to the • itg Doter for pitehnig ht.. ° • I ````V"'" ` • ••°•••• •••
onev with a nrediml head to corn,. and where
•• Fund . ' Min. the pen of Mr. 'O` • ' • - •
Wsno. Although latterly mundo„d a Whig. yet I °h•k° "`" °" " r h°l ' • " °°° "" • `` . `"' l " °°"• '" •t
coneptions, they eirmilateil, tithe form of pm,
he does n. bent.r to denounce this faeori,
. phlela mil addressee, the most unjust and calum
hunll,nnious Marge.. These were not milloiently mei
I and rontrathcied, and the Wbig. obtained an ni•
Menasy £1,011?. Amt.., glorions victory; we my inglorious, for no victory
F.. 0. (Memo, Fma —lb•or Sir. I hove tin. achieved by ,reerting the right of oldfrage ran la
moowed u Tolegnmlbe demaleh Mon called fimorabh.
lamer "`.'“ 6"."`ah the '''`a° '. llo "` mmehlef, howevn ha. hem ao • mil Me
the JJ ill., mama that Auditor Gen, • •
1 Comm, decided to n port ,o forte of only beneficial erre. of a rester,. is to enable m to'
eorroneoetog the teeth no the North lloorh Coxed p mt idu for die future. We ham selt•cted as our,
mm.l Ore thought that Mr. Dull the'
candalat` for Commtssioner, Jon° A. 0 so-
State Treasurer, all I.llCll r in the report. The
d .ted Senna. - afternoon—there Ism.. eve of Lyearmiq comity, a gentlemen of milder,
nuid vernerdav JStindoy, from Owego, it did oohed integrity , tried bowman qualitleattons and
reueli nm uud dim evening, t thoroughly mend in his politic. principles. Ile
From what to known of the note of the Truant- 1, 4 ,
rv, Mere pudathly will rimbe mom ass.ne —not °a..."
inutheable to the nark this memo J moth. I Sill, fined pnliticdJ filvorite , ..eiltd.• the
dee. die suggeonons of Mr Miller a. contained in er equally demerit, rumens. buts man •ho ha.
h. I, der id the bith 0.• at tre.e.o "'made a public eharocler by unrighlnem and m.o.
eon...ration. Irby some deeded effort nest Will- .
ter, on the part of the people interested. the law j . P.a.. o sas . 0 "
jereanng • Sinking Fowles, be ....Med, we may mat in oar Wale Legnilanne • highly respectable
Mi. year and lbe stesO. half renew ; coundoency, he coutented himself by faithfully
to bassi our canal, without increasmg Ihn tea discharging 11u duty, wo that when hie tem was
tame • %ogle dollar. That the sulking fund , 4 .
1 ie at beet a doubtfill and illmme when., num he Sole.. rile walls. ,
, mule. to any rote in the slighteM &gm, re r- or 61ot hie ratintation. Suloompwittly a I
emu with the 1110111111 of the Slate. To my m e m., o f the lb.form co n v e n t ..., Slump
nothing ml the relief netm. dela. to demesne reed,- ery reform bronght forward by the Democracy j
tare. anal 1111cro`Ol rufienten el all land.. Mr. •
Mame. ~f debt antoinantg ab... to ape ord. of a
,hat lady, he endearad loinoelf to the mop. of the ;
°onion (adonis.. one and deinanalahh• al the Ma., as the hood of Constitutional and
st...Y itild nee reform. Since In. noi ..... anon hy. the Dam,
of the funded debt of the state, ens two indlionn partynhe amen of C.1.n1 ;
awl a half. Some callus lial/ Men dile mum M 11, ors
1 .. ~ m a, i „ of „ 1,11 .1„.. ,„ lb. peon often mhtwal odeersarbe, in alhulmg to ,
Wah tram , tee then, cart the sate go to n hoard' the service he rendered the Stale mom' of , y rep
o( week bolters 111 l'handelpha or ebe. hero n r•••lovel., have passed • grattfylng eulogy M.o.
the avails of the fund, and wirchasa 1.11 1 1 , M a ll •„
d 10, pompon., m layman nt the meantime— . 1, " ° " a "r " n " " `°;""
linter by Intlfatorimiete a memoriam.... t me., she. WI damn tbs. th". ave ..Y .-
m 1 do ...lice to the moplo of the aalley of the mien a robin. man up for office, he must Indeed he
• when.' or a.m.' ntek o Y pure. The eunv.hou hare presented a gond mon,
ntr d through, near the elm , of an antiwar.' and dim hum a right to ask • and the candidate
wmant of the I, , ..slanim, without examination or
&hate. tihearbing •••••••• for rll h•• • MTh , eltpeet the entere milmrt of the
mrseuril by the friend. of the Canal. 11,1111 Aowedly tor Dentorrane patty and we have 1 , 0[1.011 to helms°
• la tbs. lie ay. be ...hied wait a hearty good 0116
,mral burdens of tax a. ton. mum. be met amed by
1011110 tithe North. Sa.pwn.inn, or repeal, 1 that will wash h. trummisent elerttou. Our
nn p rms.. wJI h e & mam ba w .m rimeon, ti role ha. been to adhere to principle—to abide by
min mom be not 11,511 .11,e • rkly of lit- regular nominations. a mime that han abeam
lulled Is. Wen. by salleomiLim,„ Le. ialieuldw,tli lhr moot , penmen lader. for thew own lactase
Prow,. Mottle never he sacral rd for any costs.d.
.Very Mundy & truly mum C. le WARD.
lenstionroof party evpedteuey, nod La n. tutu or-
Nowni ..... Philadel. thy Demme. ago win give his som to tlse ene,,,y,
phia News of Matindey my, merely D. of p, nional prej1•1111 or b, 0. S.ll, h.°
• , °rift reguean ' ons. It M, there
the memo, retort of Oho Treasuner I. fore. • metier 01 eincere conznaulation that the!
bee. made to Governor Johnoton, showing j ha. am. a vandal,e who is rs
them lo $150,1100 in the Treanor, applicable to reploblo to the great body of till perry—agui a me
the Norlb Wench Canal. whom Mere is no went pwld.cr, ail who canoe'
Win CT° nr.m.—Th. Whim of the I fall"l a...
Cminly met S tn mimes Conveollon on the num, Let us then4go leberjek. at once, in einneol, null
lure Prlllt, at the Court Ilottee en Monday evening; turn cal ` lnfh WI air k"i• to a•en°o 0 election of
' hot and nominated the follosting Com ,. , our Carial"Commion • oner, nod rewme the State
n nwow , G , ;from the heed. of the Whig party. Let 11/1 halt'
NM Conummoner, Joseph Hyde of Friendmille I ; Canal Iloard.compneed exchnively of Domains.,
Trees., (Moro Beam, of Prldgeueter. An- m that the system of retrenchment And economy,
~ ,torm Wig. Vernon, of Herrick. and A A.l so On...years...need °tide r Peineratte prede
• 'Neuton, of rhookly ta We understand a halls of, cement.. may auccessfully carried out, and the
remlutime was also adopted ; but m we were not °ankh° nook. I ' ll ' o 001 ' 4 "'"""'"'
psis, b mwg „u m .. 0 , hut remain a minding monument of the mimeo y
audenterprise of our people.—Dnosemtle Unto..
Mr. Renews, then candid... for .tmembly, in an lerwa—Zachary cat if,,.. V.
:ill old stager al the liminess of ramping for anrr,l on Saturday. in good hertlllm—A tnitarton
and although an u won its mneh esteemed t yet he 'Chareh in Worcester um bunted down on Friday;
nitre Whig •in prinmple, and will he sit off mgt. Losa 8 I .5,0110._r,„,„ 111. 1„„...„ 1
the sack m easily and effiamtelly a. he has Mn warn tlial a heavy rise hm been experienced. the
' wveral nine. before. WA, Me remainder of the • Misdeed river.—The Cholera M New York is
ekes Imve but little or no a/quaint/mac. Aa still gradually deereming.—A telegraphic dem;
wen ne preemie the Democracy will hoe, omen ponds nom Owego say. that • man named Gamy
.genial them IM as politician., they are all deep- !Gam killed an Irishman, Memo net Oven) near
ly tended with the leprosy of Federalism, and that place on Sunday lad. The munlerer took to
i l b k
lsharethe fete Well •who have previously rim the wood!, but am ..on after arrested —The
; cholera .1311 continues to rage to Buffalo, allito . not
I„ 4 „. ; as violently au dal two weekeego.—Twonwn
non killed by the cerdosion of a gm on board of
.^ h. id 1 . 0 ka hs.d ° n the quest.”, the V. A Steamer Michigan. at Foie, while Snag
die Tariff. la • lever reeently wet to Nome ;•mime ji, ha. 5.01 Taylor,
of the Tarn.. of Pottsalo he expressly declared, D u md m , fall Nnut the g a m rape, in
that 0. Ter,; ° lbs.. Ilarnitm's Mandel...a muse.. on Monday 0111
warmer dottier. the Mal fee' the reentry. ho. no I broke his neck.
• partroular objection to a ' , chrome freniall valorem; A treendous mate meeling farm of thing.-
1 . 'W. , . don." on So. and ...I In ml•ther ry watt he m ld in the Park. New York city on Mon
letter to the nomiongem of Pima., he declared day afternoon. R•-Mayor Ilaremeyin presided.
OM he tea " opposed In the Th. rif of ISO m
..g„„l,i • ague n f ... yin ..., TM. VEIT I.oam —Tho very laM.l menthe
„ ninon of Zachary Washington'alleographiral um.
the den we have we. to related no the following
Tow g,dngs-cal 01 the,:
111,01 ° The good wmple of Middletown, Connecticut
roused alandtglon. Potter is the high-Tariff comp "°"'"'° that th° Pr ` .°° ” ' ".•"h"a“ to "°`,..B°°-
in thin State, and bids fan to centime to do m.— win ...a poi... Stine to make Men 'moo
It comoletely a knocks the wind out" of Me pm I • r ann ke hi. ha", 1° "I`4. "•°••••"°•1`
11 , 41 i. hr.., In Ihn tint and eel regions,
sad'regret Mat he rould not comply with then invits
nnJeeense.Rho,. whin tinted turn l. .pr i. non, es belted de...a that it l impomible In him
of Taylor and Johnelon lain year by tariff cant sad to 01•i1 the ° 6"ee'k 8"" ....**!"
rodirmantule. IT The Is Carbondale Demon.. cone. to tte
greatly. enlarged and improved.. with Me mete
of Lackawatta Chime tells 11tH 'Pb. "Dome°
mat . has am been Dee ea the geed name, and
will es NOW eettlinee le Me., We eimgrandele
tbee,Mend weft& evidemeeef pram
o G. IIEnI.STEAb, of Ifonerov.
roa /11 . 1.11 , 11 l Fon 3 rrnr.
ALMON SPOOR. of Herrick.
FOR 11:111TOR FOR
CALVIN D., COBB, of Midellrtown
The allproarlung pausal umiteot otato
lot likely lob one of otommtl opt', and interval
The Whigs, we know, ore strna nrve,
pulling every swim, WWI, en veto 000000 g door `loot
In the struggle. llos ~thong to loom,
they are d.rong and reckless, end haying every
thiog lo gam, they ors l`deals 11114 i deoperate.—
Tho nomination of Ileory M for l• mai
rhourtmwmuer, a young nor, of nolltmg more gout
ordmary ...tammonlo, and Ingo or no expeneuer
as a pthhe m to an evidence of thie Stet Th«y
tOO% hien. ehlor and room experienced men, out
of mere osonrimmay. baron.' they h'lrvad 1,,,,. a.
'•nary the whole North Breach Omni away
with hau In it however. we feel eaufident
they are ; although the rwleenon will
probably Tooke the campamit more oprond and
laboring. for tha, Ilemeeram, sad eopertgly taw
meet.; of the Stole Sr for , ill • rounty Jo
concerned. we are roafali at al the neauranee
that the Ihiniacrata will cheerfully brook that la
bor. They wive; dtd et lault a anal',
and we aro very 1111, in., cam
11. a it not alone m. Comil Conunix , oner that
the Whine am bending all thou tormire for mir•
erre. They ere wit opoo haying the Lem.lantre
if m the rang of poodeliti. aod to arcomploh
this, he their veer. entAr trumpaost,
the st.m, to patient swiret ormonestlhoe. and
where namable, to foment end continue bickering@
and quart m
ets aong Daum: rata The b.k.r., to
then, well as taus. ie momenta.. mid they'
Ike. all the banking and eorper.oll influence@ of
the Cam wealth to bark the. The whete•
of thew chie mon f .Johindon; hale ne y .t a.
(led in embryo. nod they P. they will iim dine
to be so unless ha mom diarrWe ignite to encore
.• friendly Leardetore are 11011 r put forth. &aid.+
this, the apportionment of the State into Hume.,
mii.e.wematorial and Coop. se on it Met, ets. is so
0.1 oh'oo . tar r. d, . tonal en dom. gr
Wot w.. for years. perhaps for all time
on der, thew that they aro ot op end dotng'",
Is it • manel that they are drewmg open 'very
news which WWI oat even the eltdlttrat wend-,
tagemeatt To us it is ow —and shy abe
We mount ow Democrat', formirthet this m the
Mate of arrow. t el it, .e hto more. tt foredthi
tArd mud., tint rho y may he stimulated
ww. ° re-reran"! le fomented Wo wad. '
ord to alarm o led we do welt to say to t h e Demo
crats of OttOthelllllllla that dine te eIA , I icarl for ;
se all hodo. Our old . army too aunt. tit the !idyl.'
rompabt with real, and A, eperate xoh rho
p.tye. of the gain. et stoke. They are bound
Mile overythtng in their power that eon gilt them o
the proud.. of even we nor mow. on matter I
Mather for Canal Commas...or or Itepreeronto.
Ilya. To accomplab We they will have minutia
to a variety of plots and whew., entor of w loth
WOE already lo dorclope thetwolow. Their till,
we. sod the alto which they own mill be 'oltely
to be mast proltfle, le, to gel the if yew
4111 e, to quarreling saloon thenorl, re. II they
ow Wanda. the *lighten dr all., no omen, no
VII "t t l^^..! or nit al gotennur or in r. :won to the
my what. or any pan dowel. they will
gralnlato thwarter., bey nod turasitroo in Wong
attuned rho'' hoot fruits' . of ,tclary, and will we:
ot Ile it .teelll4 wedge in tot the part, on ihr drool
total whet. Thit in Ilmo whew, the, writ me.:
o d. however, we have stot the olightual synre.i ,
tor d. The day of Whinge,. wound dawn.
• too none a over and gone. Dime other.
• o. liWar phd, and the plotters, and se Imre
Lie strot.,ew amoral/ea that the Democrat. of
Soria. henna real be a unit, 'gaunt and strobe,
The truth is, we mnit agent thnoth the Whip
as in days apse. All Democrats feel and ac.
knowledge the importance of Itgo. lent we cane.,
do aby remade, inaeltve, witit.nt et,len. end
energetic maim We ham, in tie roomy, al,
sad deeperale foe to centeud sonnet. oh!, It to led
ea by as seekkos and unrormatlens • central ehmte
Y out he prothmed is any county under the mn.,
Them men inset bs watched. their machination..
.or be few. d and espied. their falsehood. con.
trodieted sad hurled back upon their ea o head..
Tit do tide preoopposos work for the Democrat@ to
the. ad sorbing. All moot go to work..
Every Democrat earl cessider Mb appeal directly
le him, turd musings blmwlfs committee of
%see is we that all Is right around him 7 Them'
is es 'ewe le van. If More are any, who have!
generally send whh ris. now Imitative/ whkth aide
adobe fez. co to tall. they disedribe semi aid talked
with; &ammo. Avoid he laid before them—that
May may of intelligeally. Piety uparit the Whip
ertt adopted Ai palicsapd
steams. Lel as in Mi. remers. eandata,
or endue per adtesundted ley. then mamasmamas . If
dray .lee we New omatimadae. If they mar
Was of fakehead r or relic shine( geeightent.
mete we hew eeriest then by the press
wheat. Leto all p to "wk. Meth sad wet fete.
Illy. wedentaehely. Wesel, eael eseitteelly
wee the weed Tress ee Cheieb et 7 .'desk
Is he mfflift, eel tee MAI thee beye the wale
helm d bee Mewl mph Yid Is lie
some, thille ettewewhi, we wee wee, he
del Cementer 4111.1111 up hip smog the
thereade the I. me the whetty he Jam
Cr lbw Jaa IL Pews le a eesolliete be the
Desliblese bed /Whew IL Ilsier le4, he be
lOW Reerga. le N.. 11. bogy.
Tn." Tem Worm" .n T. Aorwerrarboo
—A grey enamel hoe bore Or new day. Ong
on hob.o the o Tree IWO" awl the Adminiono
tine womro wooing 110 et the MUM WON P...
moo of the Cabinet, (Clayteeo yaw • meepert
to hoisted ma who Welod bevel is Ileglaed
Th. Mimi thee le marl be vetoed= et
Amadeu gememwer ebb • nee Wow. be Is e
elf., 1., b my the leash rhe "rim LW et
taA Weehl he belt op* We mem
sad emoratibilit emetry.aod death
I ea*. Trme drawly ht Weidegtoe, sal
W wombat. Werwhore, will they Nome lbsw
orghly eltmeed OIL
Ties Cumno...—Du L. elm= perhari
Y Ws Yaw. •• Tares. Se We ••••• .41.1.41.•
mad 4.1.44 wY.w4I 4I W. WAWA
.ma. O. 11.4 elms
"...."Z" bf *mai
•1404 aass. 1 W•Ww,
stree.4 grim We 111.2
ay. They an
. m 44 wir by dr pm. 11. brig • Nubs almoml
4 myelin W.l wimber limy or m
mumwM M pnbead Way. It Wry p Wood !
at Du W.• Wry aft imniyg."
W u winialm A.. w lode an .M 41 dad
74: dry a.poliyon. Weer
O__..• Wagon.% ke 111•orsabar 11•••••• m
auve& It i• • Impala. .sort ow, way. am
tatal•g ilt• Mien mintier ••• 11.• ab•Mmt pa
prot we •bammfdly mammal Odra •• •
1171/14 mils& Or lllontdoosv Milo &it
Losavorto G. D... (.. et C.I. No Dow.
".. 11 7 diYYM.ya booboos admitted 1. roo
tlet so ea Atlontsy ol Low la the nottooll mom
of Dagida sou*.
Cr TN Itootoollty Coounnoloo to nooks do
Cerlitalloo .111 mot to Ootabor. Tin diki•l
Womb duo notoot olottioto Imo dna ato Mom
entum will ban a moPteity of do dologaloo to tho*
Ma. VAN BuaNa.—We aadstatsaa that
.a-Peasktaat Vat Bann a Dow *a a visit
to dm twat-sirs astablishatam at Ikattla.
ben', to Mod Ida sou Marti., U. Atha
it Is "Not et heal.
The Whit Nate Convention. 0.11 . 0.11,—The Trillium of Eater-
On Thursday last the great anliedrim day contains several letters from a Califer
of Wlth/SeLY assembled et the Cruet 11 " bet tam adventurer Who has just arrived at Son
li n liarrtelor g to place in nomination a
'andidate for 'Canal C , onnSesliner, and Ftl'heittt"' from ono of *hi * tittteti Jul
sack an assemblage as it was, has not been let, we make the following extract it
seen lately Ono third of the counties and. , 'rho first thing wo heard War, that there
districts were not represented, and severalwas plenty of gold, and that goods were
of tho members present were substitutes, , worth nothing ; and also, that men who
who happened to be temporarily in this vi- were the only ones who could get the gold.
cinity The State Treasury alone repro- l I have since, however, conversed with wier
sented some two or three districts. The chants, who tell me that they are rolling
tenth, twentieth, twenty-firet,twenty-secondl
goods by retail at a profit; at wholesale,
anti twenty-third Senatorial Districts, were h , they say, goods (most kinds) sell
lint represented Neither was there •at about cont. You will have to pay some
delegate from the counties of Blair, Butler, $B,OOO or $4,000 rent fora mall spot of
Bradford, Fa) cite, Greene. Indiana, Son- ground to put a tent or a bonne on! but
l erect. Sutquehanne and Wyoming, Tioga,,they give credit to the person. who lease
, Washington, Westmoreland , Wayne and l the ground and do not think thin much.—
Pike, and Warren and Ill'Kean. The , Board to about $4.0 a week, or peeler
great county of Berks hal but one repro-1125. Carpenter. eon get here about $l6
'tentative it legate, Laileaster but throe, and l a day ; painter. about $lO ; workingmen 86
several other counties were but half repro- lor SS a day. It in very a:pensive going up
rented. 'lt trill tins be seen, that Whiglto the noire.. Some work n long time with
enthuniasin and interest hag sunk to a very out finding any gold—ethers find it in
low ebb in Pennsylvania, when person, rant l quantities ; they say it I. a lottery, that it
not be found to represent this great party all depends upon chance. Everything is
in a State Convention, from convict/ not 1 a a fictitious value, and every one's peek
_ o nCerio"- - ' • ~
fifty miles front the sent of anferlanent.
We stepped into the Court House for •
few minutes to witness the deliheratioe• of
them', soks-, osier did we behold euell
_ . _...._.....
Sere Franeieco is a horrid //eking plsee. rusit am sae false alarm The etarboardi otten d oot uremedinge at greet length. The
Tents full of goods line the street,. Grog- Iguard was some th ree tent an d, w hil e the; Royal parry seem ell is Cork on the Sod
gory tents and 'ambling hots in on, nom-'fireman stood up to their knees in water ; i„tt., et e i g h t, whom- tiro oathocitieo to ,.
' her. It looks like a city that wss destroy- All hind. .ere speedily .... 1 ....d , end I caught mapping, as they had not ex
rod by flee. and that the merchonta had put, site harrel and
their e Sr,kr were then re.orted to, the A 15..i1. MU soon by 24 hours.
goods all in tents: or liken rare 'sad e ll w h o were not e„, „o-sick to work,i The Royal Squadron sailed from Cork
course. My mind is in such a state that , battled the elements within most manfully.' on Satuiday, and arrived at Hint z = an
I eannt, write • line this time worth read- omitted by the bilge tonnes in full play Sunday evening The following Her
herng At drat I woe discouraged nod rath- , which di`ehergrd 3911 ga11.... ouch revolt , Majesty nod Suite disembarked as pro.
down, but new lam not e e a w; Goo of the wheel the anent of the Lord Lieutenant unt,ilFti
ecited to Dublin by railway, where she was
t I feel sure, also, that money can be made I "We were in the*ddle of Lake Minh
, here in some troy where it is 00 plentiful ' igen-the blue shover below. .. 1 atoned day, when the party returned to Kiniptoo
1 Around Sm Francisco it is cold and I us, with no land in sight, made us feel any and enibm bed for Belfast.
'd.oletetlynkinggh. The harbor is thing but at ease ; while the steamer seem- The reception of the Queen a Hark, King
very g,,,, one . Isenou a n ., a l n ,,, a , a I t : ed to groan beneath the force of Coal sue- stun, . and Dublin, was tanning and entho
hem all the time, and M moth too cool for' Heeding wave, el if too weak to withstood „i a ,g,,, t o the highest degree. The wild
any Summer clothing The thermometer the fury of another. tin 1111 l en. shout of Her : filagesty's Irish
'' I fur straining eyes at last caught eight e „hi e , „„„, i t is said, a s i g h t twee , to be
forgott.ll-4 sound that will to recollected
have d not ibi 1 e m ll ' lh n e i n a g li a li t t s yet, oi, but l‘ at .' il sill i r n ' a7l:4 of the • Sleeping Bear,' and soon nfterword
or trin, There are a good teeny ladies io the blue line of the - South Manitoo' streak- ~,,,, ,
rSan Francisco "I i i ''' 10.'" , '", l . "" "l'ieh I."' " "I"' ‘`.'' The latent intelligence from Rome is to
Ire:toed At the earn?, repiest of Mr Who- . t h e intri, alt, at which time nothing Anal
Al Outrage on one ging.
A letter addrtowed, we believe, to tilt 11, ? „,„,,t,1,',.' u .7 t 1 t r i%• . %% : .:e 1716 :g ' e n1" 3 1 .:i 17 ' ' l i h n ' i l ic h tn e r r ly " i t i he e' s l nilie no :te . t n e ‘ !s i o l' f i a " r P os " trie .i lre!
hol I and t wetity- 1i; .• milos tr. in land, : 4,4 '. on the day (fen t null.' entered Rome.-
, Ifitetttn D. ll l Ati l " ,oo r, l'o , been ff•ti"rt •
for mu mkt, e eh six het of imter hi il,',„,i ,;,,,,. n .„„„.„ t i. ~,,,,,,,,,.,1, as g b oy ...
;the morel. of the lows, rolniiie t., tilt 0.1/D
-Im-4 of an t ilfiged h tmg ,, op .n the A.- ea. turned Wore thew hid, nod i on d e d fi n i The eonnontioners named by the Pope had
two ittau Congo' at Rome by mme French t h e h,„,„4,
I arered nt, lime, and COMMellrOd Proceed
" : rho iferh": oll life we° n'''' 'rut , " 1 0 1 Wen by gli-nolsing the whole of the Roman
' We ond"'"'" 1, reit tb" W e' 111 "g 1 ". the rater, and pia oat. The eareenitig
lisioll.itie. of Nlondey, Opt Mr. itrirWO, our" 1; army --even the troops which tad remained
the lcat. with •ti roil int elfin t., of officers ; toot ,' t „ the p ep ,.
l earefol, called in Fr.. , end made e "pre - nod mew kept it from riving to the other;l There is art t ,at in France that Gard
sontnlif.n of ilot feet. of tae t -o w "'°r; end at about x del:,, k, A. M., w e Isere 1 1,n1,1i had &treated a large Austrian crops
al Oudinot he roere l-11,- "ltit 1 r"" ll e.° twelve mites fr. m the firm linen the wilid ; w hi c h attempted to anent his progress.-
I him with couleey, and littenctl to h. , blowin g unabated forty. The plai:ion of ; li e l a d it is mid, laid down his arms in
statement s + with due intention, nee...wanted the gunnit O 4 ry IDOr .1: inn up, nod • the. the ti tt l e e „,,,, of s on m er i no , an d elaime
with all proper eaure .. s i ~,,, of regret, and uppl.r work. en nhed awl eraeled like le- ed the rote' lion of that Republic. The
lin enoeltnion dimmed the i'llrf I.t the staff pee.
Auttrian eommandor at' Bologna refused
to return with Mr Brown to the consulate .. Tie jilt war now lowered, niiil it sem t i,h, „ wen d, cn o mo t of f teeee to put
;to caller 11,0. .itoe—, or dm ~,0 , / 101 l h. ~, d I. ) kee t tiog I tate di-tairec from Berlina doWII. con ;unfitha flowerer, had been
' information ill regard to it. /and. Are Wield still be enabled to renell the
I, y o go ot wa ii„„ gtr i a „. an d
The lent day o military e.t.a wel celled harbor sat the 31noitotiv Thin • Onnnt iii i „i„i , „ h,, 1,,,,i pronounced fevorably to
which sat for eine li,lits. elog the fasts eta , ite„,,,,,,,,eg,,,, and the goee,„ 'moist ~..,
•of the raw, with all the minuteoss which ,i,,,r, is If, tun r . „hi,. I„ . , ~„1„.„„I moire)
as i t
1 dittiegitichent the flour', t, ihitnalt In the „ e „ ~,,t . t • „ oh „. , „ the ', .
1 toheible it, trace the I,p. mt.... tool pia
e ause ~f 'hie examilint ion it appeared that ov, ,11„. r i.:, the , ceio, 55 r eo ,t, 4 she Imo ~
~, it „ • e ctending armies, from the
•,.. ~, sir lit. r...'- -r , or.' I'''''''" I''^' word. rant IT o' old l'orel , l'ot , l'''' '''''''''', oonfti,.l and et,ollieting published accounts
"P"'" Y: .1""":' ""
• r " , '"' i '' ''' '' ll `t"''. l. 1 " 1 " '" but `i. rev d' 111 °"". lit mem. that the Mown tin. were at the,
, Yr... , r 'Hien to P ~ -- tor -.t t , '•"'" DM! the fourth
la-t lire was extiogoith. i ,„u„,„.„„„ te 0 ,.,„„ trig t h e tiu the
in question, an ilifilVidatii helical. to a ed .
' Thei..., and that they still maintained their
!ergo crowd of Itnlia, which, it .1 lbw, •.• • • • , .
of n general order of the day previous ;rev
mvemblcil tii the number of a huodrod or /1 n .„„'„,„,„ ~,„1 0,,,
.. rf ,,, „,, 1 , ~.. ,3alc Tire steamer
1 Position sat S. iodic Gorery it eunposed
iorr.4, ,11,.i wh. 11. 4 heel to loud. A few it - 1' ."• I t T h h I :
street:- then ri in .11 .1 re *ow, ole n cit . o ey, out t iera al
lyoldred and fifty et the Consury howo.. i.,,, ii : ii : ~, iie ,, , , ,r ,,
‘,'• i f ', , I no witheufie nemuot ot biv precise petition.
had 11r: !Ivo n poigor rep nt 11 e guard. A ~,, ,;,_
.., r _r'_. ,
.. ~ ~,.,;
. r :." . Tll.-nints woontainty prevails respecting
i.ntrol, pas at the time, ent-red the br,,,i.i ' n '' ,., ., ,,. . 1 ; , f ,... " , ::: i,., ; , r' „
~. I n L ,,, ' , ' 1
' Bete, in Tritos;ltein*, of whose ornate.
~,,,I_ ; "bier ere a great variel, of revorts.
hme not . oprire'l of it• eller. ter, slot it whi e o cubic:length ~1 a beetling •
1 "" 1 " 0 6 '"" er ''' ''''' jUdi ‘ i ' td i.. ' ,.. ''''''' bunk, a Oil t liktallee LehOW tile . Sit • I 1 1h " L " . " 1 "" " " d9 ../'
" g"." ""e"ey
.1 a n„„th er ~h,, „ e „ g „,,,„i n , „ d,- ,;, ~, T ' • I "fl ,to the I Ain, ing, on the strength of a cor
ater from the Fr, o hen wen They ti en . In tuontlent, who son x that a courier from
withdrew with the prism., It wit• in I, orcii ~,,.lo Ilex n o - eharfi pr., Sr!" . '" brrotitht the °owe
°chimer itien oath that the pnirol deport- if
.1,, t , g i _T he tee ,, Tre „, , et , i ,„ , The Austria ion owl Itumien army, 60,-
-- Ica 00,11,1114 without Illellallen. nod were hoe, 6i,, dam f r o m th e cit vof Meow, /111' `lince, eller oceupying iltem•nstadt,
informed of the charaett r ..' tho precims to the 11 th • t toe difficult,: bail ttriven end Crnatadt, nod other smell places, ad-
Int former news, how proud were the ; :n .. 01 the, were tin the rant or r• li.i., b"ur"ro tie lts.
at ,i Woolii C
~ 1 emend to Sartenni. Item colleeted 411,000
;di:int - wrath; press in lighting for the right, ~,, ~,,,,,, I ~,,,
,‘„,,, ~I . •, ~ , - . ' • ''' I ' moo and eltnreed neabist them. The bat
; i nit alill , nlel Of 1. , I. II re rot 'lt to roristructing ane ' '
'' d ° P i '" A th° ''' . "" ar ' Ir " l ' . " d '" ''' i while thi. exatniontim way in Fogies:, new , * t h e t„ t h,„„, et T 0,,,,,, . e.. 'fl I tlu folded in a romplete defeat of the fin
, the patriotic Jacks ,n-does that tried , ~,,,,,,,,,,
~ Fr..., E,.. r
. k..,, _
i . ,,,..0r
give b..k q' t ' ho
coo. perialins They fled iateipitately, letting
men's sou 1•111 well nv . gieir demorracy, how , 0
inn] in the temporary client:wee of the din- ft:et received, but the latter refused to act 1 10 . 1 " deed end 'anemic& eemll ell them
allant and bold wee our dt tense of the
tie. of the Roma. consulate: In e••,mr- et:pt it. .1 .. ' 1111 ...Y.." 'MU' , ltris't......ll.hfliir
:great democretic measmes of the "old h, I
:111101100 of 31r. Brown's nb-eree, and under 'Th e ch oto i,„ of I , . • hove , 1 'Tillery,
Halemberg. Hem took possenion
Tetleyo pease , a
ro r Though sore struck the democratic, t , .
I of Hermanetallt and Cronstndt.
ye , the ir o Impreeelon that the consulate was left resolittimi notlyiriaiug the Government to .
:flag and rent over to the enemy, 174 o:: an agent,we und em t we d . th n t Gen mite half a milli. of defers, and pledge the 11, tiler the
. head of the .rir.,tates.l
great body stood firm and undism.yed -
i t addresseda ementunication to Mr. itnuost duties for the payment of it. It rime : too Litropean , Tim my h
They then gloried in their defense of thel
CAM our Charged Affairs , in which be will probably be opposed! in the Senate, en. journals of the nth met , supply DO
' right, end were bold end firm in their tippet
, Ire -capitulated the result of the exeniinati o n Additi,nal troops have been ordered to with news from Hungary of real, import
ninon to the wrong. / " .^ I se. becom ing suireantially as we have given it above, M o tomnros. ;tenet% if trite. It eppeers that on the 4t h .
restless; they fear being in a minnrity, I
a- ,, - , and expressed the inefound regret which 11.1., the Hungarians stole a marsh and
th ' u g h aver, In 'e
''''''' nn "i he had experienced at the error that had Tee CANADIAN As rents.-ilfontera/ i
, nor i n the garrison of Dash. A nary
more convinces both abide and democrat/1i
been committed, which bad.ficen preview...lee. 22 -The initoes4 being held on the 'conflict emoted, which ended Is the fosters
that the delliOrriltif IlleafOrea cam. to Aria-1 .
Iv egoreserd in lemon to Abe Anoriean 1 "n1} of Mee". in 0111 f" .e 1 . 1 on• and city being occupied by this Hunpriane,
tence, are the real and true ones
. for fie l ~,,,,..1., vio. Consul. f i e
re _ , o o ,
The lattlevalle.ll dare considerably abet w h ere th e y Gaud 80,000 b en h e i n of eau,
honor and prosperity of the whole country
' newel to Mr. Case the ...Ora,. that DO . red . Tile Mayor having itsued a pro, la- i 2,41111 head of cattle, and large store. of
Still .4ficu is desirable; pater is seduetive ;1e in t h e Piano, army had h ot h ete d t h e motion for the OrgailleakioO Or a special pro ~miseellaneous provisons; which they carried
and rho idea II •bring in 9 minntitV 1 . 11° Idesign of diere= ollll 01 . right. or his lire, a bone -lUD 44 our most re in eable to the citadel ti Connote; car were those
frightful, that some would cell out all their; - - . .g ... • •
country, or quelttomng the invielehility of ~...r . ,..p".., rltc.ffedv.s reedit ;all the trophies of their victory, far they
E 6 •• 1 1. 1 •• t• a 11 ° red'. wm ‘ l4 his w•re. ' rho domicil or dii)lomatic funetioneries. , no.. o 11 ", cud acre duly . 11 ' . ' 0, in t 'captured six guns, and took two nom nit
Thu r.. 1" o ld 3.1...° guard. ;'- moo . I.°. Gen. Outlinot further stated, me under- ' The horse police were still out at La of Austrian Infantry prisoneno Kalpka
never have flinched in the hour of trial, will ataad. that tha two r titan .. had been to. it ra i r i a.
'commanded the Ifungertan troops, who O
stend by the cold democratic landmarks.-
, ~Ileased, and expressed h o p e t w it the erne We have had no symptoms of cholera for, terwards quitted the city of Saab, sad took
They . don't ward any new name, for the ows t tato ... deo w hi st , had been ma d e would be MON th an • m eek, lop their abode in the fortress, whore they
ono la quite goof enough. They il
-on.e r a sufficient estiefaction fig the error Lich I seised the Vienna math,
sr... tn.,' '' ... brik . fl" of dr " .. " . '" ° P el "" had been committed, and which could not BOLD MA I' Itootitanv.-Tlnt New Hemp-
eipies to snit the "circumstances to the aaaar seats. Aire mail bar Boat., passing over t h e;
ease."-Detroit FIVE Pres..
,Concord Nesbit& and Lowell Ileihronds, ws
STOPI.INfI Nen smart:ea.-A clans of lately robbed in the folloningingeninue 1
conceited touchy people, who stop a news-, manner :-The robber haying from the '
, paper on amonet of any petty paragraph ears to the platform on the prate that
; that displease. them, aro cleverly ridiculed the motion made him sick, took ad flags
by an elehange es follows: The parable:of a moment when attention we, withdrawn,
I should be kept before the people. , ito climb sling the wail oar to a window,
; " A certain man hit his too against a into which ho got and secured his plunder,r,
I pabblestone and fell headlong to the ground. by cutting open the bag. lie was forts
,He was vexed, and under the indocile. of nate enough to get bask aisle undetected.
!anger and actin eelfisullicieney, be kicked Ho stole the, package of letters from Coo
-1 old mother earth right needy. With lm- cord and Manaheeter, for dietributlea at
perturbablagrarlty, ho looked to ma the' Boston. Part of the lettere were after
" rest globe itself illandred and some to i wards found in a ear, broken open and ri
mingle' Bet the earth remained, and only led of their contents.
We poor foot-was Injured In the nominee.
mt . is the tat , a , a . a. A . amok mop- LOOM Of • WII•LOIL—The whaling
pars le the rr , .doi g bins In
week plan and=tway be ends word 1 1 : 7- is .Pene• u leek eelelt • eute,,,! , , ,
S bble• di
Iki . "" ass o Of • ,,,,, f ....Ms hefLß , tO etophis paper. With great elf- - • i darts ` ! d... the ...
t r ,....4.3,te. kiphin , pap . that nn a. n g.... y. ha lobo on ta sin a ,rash , when 0 .,,, of April last, in the nin t
h ty of the Na'riel•
the •' rte) honest and nimble" Custom object of his spleen shall cease to be Pehr le , Mende- Cape. , W omb wed nettled
H... 0n... Is New Yank , appointed ..- ' fool. He ha. only kit his own too against ' bet • Pew' of geld d os, worth IMO: and
meetly by the Taylor admlninestlon, eased • a world that does not perceptibly real the, it was hand that one or two of the mew
Edmond Goldsmith, he, been arrested awl shook, mid 'Oyes, to no extent, any one; had perished. A fete seethe heirs, the
Mid to hall tie sesplision of bein g/ onsenueir but himself. whale ship United States, Capt. Werth,
in the extends. robbery of Thithiburn IX I was lost near the same plan.
,_ A Heaoren-Ann Johnson derigh
, aat. netieb t. eff .... tweli7 13 . 0 ^, a. 1e ~..P b" .1 . ........., ....Pit', of Geo. Johnson, of Roehester, N. Y , lat! sew 13 D K
.D. enonay, the humus polka
''''' - —.''''lll out '" ea ' '' ,- "' ' '. ---- "Ily wee rampaged won of the °rm . ., the doper, eml ooDoo.oodo, of ofo, of th . Mi a .
with a napalms.
ship Chrietopber AMON'S, of Nantucket. I port sompiate In New Makes during the
MP A young Ikons'., who res Wed I She did her duty eheerfully, going aloft to: we,, sailed In ti e s p.a., Dnobrie, for
In that sky Is.. than two pan ago is now hike In sail in the heaviest weather, end he, Dine" as Wedeigday. H. &ski., oa .
• deetenant is the Hungarian army under Intim her rtsgehr mast-honis sad beim all twos to Ms eatifd enalry, Hertgary, to
Gen. am the sopp, ljein ia her easiest fig holepeadepa
atobeg.be gathering They seemed to
I consciou t! of the Tautorlzation of the
'I big part) had bailout iteepirit. There
s contests either for the honor of seats
radon, or for nominations to of
!lice and 11,411• C Ilene) ti. Fuller, cif Luserne,
was noninated eithout a diesenting voice,
all eel ming .0 agree that be might just as
well i.e I, feated by .hobo A. Ilamble, the
Denioristi- ratidolate, ns nny one else.
Asa n inidener of the utter state of in
dillioence end ni silty manifested on this
occasion. we cons the following conclusion
of a t. logranhie ileepaich published in Fri
day's North American, winding up the pro
ceedings of the Convention no doubt mint
down by one of the delegates.
The apathy which it wan feared world
rkt in the MAL,. party, it in to he hoped,
11111 he ore', a:.-et by the devtre of
men of ail eyrtl,l to hare at leaat one
Whi, Cana! C,nveksioner, 010 Will hare
an eye upon the 1, eat interests of the State
rested tn the soh/rat of Internal linprore
If fhb- is to be the way that the N 'Stir
American rani, the' Whig tire, for the
winpaign, they will inalic hut a von po,
show on theotill Tuesday of October
next.—Detriocro See rie Union.
Oath o American Organization
Wa perceive by their advertised proceed
logs in the Ledger, that the Native Amer- I
upns of Philadelphia County have resolved
on a di-dittet organization. They put in,
nination several carotidal. for the As
veommbly, at their meeting on Monday last,'
and made at arrangement to fill the lames,
01 all who decline running upon their Melt- I
et. Wo shall see how long they will
be able to mantain this position, in OK.,
of the Doily Son, the Xorth rumen con,
the Czar Lean, the District Attorney, owl
the Officials of the Post Off.. and Cu-tom
took.; another birgin Whigs, an
they did last) ear. Of conrse the first slop
be to mite the Nations neeept Henri
M. Feller, as their candidate lot Canal
Commissioner, although he was selected by
a Whig Convention, M which theVe wen net
a Nativist biopic. Pod i5 ...M." a , a
Whig candedate by every whig paper in the
State. We believe there is a Native Amer
ican in nomittati ,n for the some tA d
tlio Daily Non hos not vet raised bi• nano,
&Odle. in the hop° beitig able t I con
tribute to the union of the Nally. Ppon
the whighandidate —Penn.
Tns Icon THANC rn ENOLAND.TIIIII
London commereial correspondent of the
National InOlfigeleter, ins : The dom.-
Ilion of the iron trade is not eondned to A-1
merles ; hen we hare a mieerable state of;
things among our iron work. in Wale,. The
shopkeeper. elan barely pay their poor ratee,l
and the men an upon very low wages—the
master. not roaring their -own. Th. up-1
ward movement ht Scotch pig iron is not I
maintained, and prices are now at 45..
Welsh ban are Arm at .C 6, bat we have
known a liege °entrust for ettatie railway
shahs, taken at .E 4 per ton, delivered in
Leaden Item the WAWA diddles—am we
parallelied law prim.
eta aro full of gold and miles', and you,
have to give gold away, you would think,l
Ls fast as you could get it. It changes
ands in handfulla
TII6 STE•3II•6 EMPIRIC Sitar 11.—On the
Rth inst. while the Empire State, a new and
expensive steamer, of the largest class, was I
on • voj age from Chicago to Detroit, she
encountered a gale of considerable violence,
near the middle of Lake Michigan. The
editor of thusehicago Journal was a peen
' ger, and gives the subjoined descriptiim of
the eituatien of the steamer, and those on
board of her, after the leak was discovered.
The passengers were all saved, and wore
taken off 24 hours alter the accident be
the propeller Delaware
"At three o'clock in the morning the
steamer was found to have sprung a leak.
At Si st it excited no alarm, but the wind
was etill'at its height, and the water in
ereasing so fast that the word was passed
along that she was leaking, to which imag
ination quick!) added, also, that she leas
• Never was boatswain, piping all hands
on deck, more quickly answered. State
rooms gave ap their tenants in a twinkling;
and the ladies, with scarce more than Eve's
I allowance of clothing, tilled the vedette sa
loon— it not with nominee, at lean with
ejaculation. and lamentation..
" A cannel glance below deck, satiefied
LATER FROM EOROIPE.
Arrival or tbe
Ayr. rs, 911, P. IL
The steamship Canada. Capt. disability
arrived at Halifax aportly after 9 o'clock
last evening. having lAen delayed somewhat
by rough weather and head wind..
Tho Canada brings dates from Peria to
the evening of the 9th, and London morn
ing papers of the 10th, and Liverpool pa
pen of the 11th, the morning of sailing.
The cholera is on the increase in London.
FRANCIC—The Minister of Fleece@ in
Fratree in his statement to the Assembly,
says that the deficit on the let of next
, January, will be 550,00%000 (ream,. It is
estimated that the deficit at the end of 1850,
will he 320,000,000 francs.
Tho ]'resident of France denim that he
has any real desire to things the form of
Gen. Boetolew is appointed commander
in-chief of the French army in Italy, in
place of Gen. Otidinot.
Venice dill bolds out, but it is maid that
three Armenian or American Aim bad a
rived with provisions for the beamed.
The English lemma chronicle the prog
ress of the Queen's Melt to Ireland, menhir'
•• • -
S. Lona, Monde), Aug. 27.
Copt. John !toward was shot this new.-
, ing in a cowardly manner by a sum email,
I,nsdalo. The muse is mild to have hasp*
Jealousy. It is thought that Reword will
.014011111 Piet mussed hot night at •
house or bed repute. Novena persons bawl
been taken who had been seriously injured
by deo-ann. The beneeheld ferubten
bed been taken ink, the street and barest
The home was then set on beam, dietrey
Toe Out or Rsr.—Ueder oar tele
graph'e bead will be found a dispateb hem
N.o.ociceno which avers the supposition
that Rey did not return to Havana of Rs
own accord, but was forcibly Adulated.—
The issuer. bem i red, spew • minor,
whieb ens diet n dispatches, bombe
to Now-Orlene illeterisan Omni
et Haraes sad tines forwarded to %A
in/ion, contained • eteliesneut ho. Rey
himself, that he bed bees laidaspped, sal
desired our Goverment to %torten for his
=scion. This rumor mods aeolinsa
—The met digeWah adds that the U.
8. doevot-war A%my• wu 118814
bland. watehins, opinion. =mamma in
tbet plus This. sr% wo tak•
someted with the imputed imolai
Oda Mat Ibis Immatty.—N. Met .