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1 " SUNBURY AMERICAN AN D SH AM0K1N J O U B N AL.
ARRIVAL Of THB
WISE HAT tvJaTE WEtm.
u of HUSCE M'ftPENDF.D CASH AT.
VemtESCfJiFRST OF A FIXASCIAL
REVULSIOX IS FRANCE.
Peaceful Progrt.it of the Revolution in F rant
Riot and Revolution in Vienna Resigna-
' " tton and Flight cf Print Metternieh Riot
and Destruction of kit House Riot and
Jtrvolttfton in Berlin Contest between the
Mlilar) and the Peo)dc-Tke King 0 Prus
sia Frightened and ObtinateAll Europe
" in a Stale of. Revolution Accouchment of
the Qwen of England Stale of the Mar
kets. Af., $r. -
New Iorl, Aptil 7.
Tin Steamer Washington has just arrived
villi Liverpool dates of the 21 at of March.
will receive from our hands the new-born
Republic. From that flay all will be saved.
When the nation, by the hands of iu repre
sentatives, shall have seized the republic, the
republic will be strong and great, like the
nation; holy, like the idem cf the people;
imperishable, like the country, patrit.)
"Tim members of the Provisional Govern
ment Dvpont (de l'Eure.) Lamartini,
MarRast, Garnish Pages, Albert, Marie,
Ledro Rollix, Ftonorr, Cremievx, Lotis
"The Secretary-General Panseere."
The Lord Mayor of Dublin refused to call
th-j Monster Meeting in Dublin, and Smith
CVBiien determined to hold it on his own re
sponsibility. Di'BLiN, March 10.
The Opem air Demonstration. The
peace of the city is to be a second time jeo.
pardized by the holding at the. North-wall to
morrow of a monster demonstration in favor
K. W. CARR. dun tmihlinc. N. E. Comer nf 3d ant!
D-wk streets, t'hilarielhhia. M mralariv authorized to receive
advertisement and aubacripuona tut this paper, and receipt
lur ine tunc.
A monster mietiiiff was to be held at Du
blin on the 2t).h of March, but no report had ' of tha French revolution and the repeal of
been received when the Washington starte I i 'e legislative union.
on tho 21st. The Lo.il Mayor refused to call This meeting has been got up under the
it, and Smith OB.ian had done so on his own auspices of tho Irish war party, and is direct
authority. The British Government was ma- ! sanctioned by Mr. Smith O'Brien, the Mit
lintr nrettarations to sMVroress it. Steamers I thel", Meagher, and the other dangerous en-
wr twinn- armed Hnd soldiers pmbarked for thuiasl3 who dissent from the insidious and
that countrv, anticipating that difliculties I sneaking policy of tho Conciliation Hall brag.
garts, and openly, and in tha teeth of the
Tho riots in England and Scotland had a- j Government reporter, avow their detcrmina-
bated, and those countries were quiet.
In Franco all was quiet.
A revolution has broken out in Vienna.
Only 29 lives were lost. The Emperor gran
ted everything which tho people demanded,
and tho conclusion of it was that he was car
ried through .the streets in procession ou his
The Prussian revolution was successfully
tiou to push matters to the last extremity in
the event of the Queen refusing to sever the
link which binds the two countries together
REVOLT IX AUSTRIA.
Advices from Austria to tho 15th of March
bring tho particulars of a revolt at Vienna
which lias led to the resignation and flight of
Metturnich. The Director of Police, M. Sold
nizkev, has been expelled. The house of
rTt!;R1AY. APRIL li I'M.
It. II. MAUSER, Edit aaal rnprlrUr.
rr Canal t'mmilaarr I
Of Westmoreland County.
put down by the government. It is said to Prince Metternieh was sucked by the mob,
have been got up by a mob. The troops I and the Grand Dukes havo withdrawn into
fired on the people and many were killed. J private life. .The military have left the city
Hungary has declared its independence of which is under the protection of the city
Austria, and has proclaimed a republic. A 1 guards and the students. The accounts are
change of ministry has taken place at Mun- j meagre as to details, but the result proves
ich. The insurrection nt Wurtemberg is that a revolution has been edected in the Aus
spreading; it ia rumored that the Emperor ' trian capital. A letter of tho 13th inst., from
of Russia is dead. 'Vienna, savs: '-Vienna is in a full revolt
A legion of Polish Refuges has boon organ- ! All tlw inhabitants of tho capital rose en
ized at Paris. maw, and every one is in fermentation. The
Tha Bank of France has suspended. l.u- . s'.u.lcnts united with the burgess guard. The
cal banks had been established, but failed to 1 crowd then proceeded to the villa of Prince
relieve the pressure. A great number of j Metternieh, situated on the Uecweg, and de
hoavy failures had taken place. I stroyed it. After that they proceeded to the
France had been generally recognized by
the European governments.
The English funds were without much al
teration Consols are quoted at 80 J to 81.
The cotton market h is slightly improved
sinco the last advices.
The com markets has also improved.
Queen Victoria was safely delivered of a
Princess on March 18lh. A few minutes af
ter the birth tho Royal infant was shown to
the ministers and great officers of the State
and household, in tho ante room, when tha
"usual formalities and ceremonies on the birth
of a Prince and Princess were gone through.
Tho Hanseatio towns recognized the Re
public. The Quoen of Spain has recognized the
new Government of France, with expressions
of sympathy for tho Republic.
Tho Havre Courier says that the latest
news from Germany reports that tho liberals
are every day making fresh progress in all
the States of the confederation, with expres
sions of peace and gaod will towards France.
News of the Revolution in Franco was re
ceived with indilferenco in Lisbon.
Louis Philippe has taken up his permanent
residence at Clarcmont, w here ho receives
frequent visits from Messrs. Guizot, Duchatel
and Montebello, tha Ex-Ministers.
The greatest tranquility reigns in the city,
and in all the departments. Tha mechanics
have resumed work, an I every one teems to
have forgotten that u revolution has taken
"A despatch from Berlin announces that
tho Emperor of Russia accepts the policy of
S'.atc Chancellery, the students heading llu m.
At tha opening of tha Assembly of the
States, the students and the citizens assem
bled and presented petitions for reform Theso
petitions were received but the reply to their
demand had been postponed. This did not
i- . 1.1 -
pu.aseine people. Assr-muiuges iouk. piuir,
.the troops left their barracks, and some filing
took placeand ths exabperutionof the people
was at it height. Tha retreat of Metternieh
and th'J arming of tho s'udents and citizens
contributed to the re-establishment of order.
At this moment all is calm ; the soldiers have
quilted the capital. Tho placesand the pub
lic edifices are occupied by the students and
tho citizens. There is no doubt but that all
the demands of the people w ill be taken into
consideration, and that the inhabitants of Aus
tria will enjoy the same rights as the German
M. Gilzot's Aflrrnlmn Ilia r pinion of the Pro
The adventures of the ex-minister, Gui
zot after that outbreak w hich hurled the King
of the Barricades from his throne, have not
been correctly reported. Of these we are
enabled to give an out-line, as furnished by
It is decidedly the opionion of M. Guizot
that the revolution would not have taken
place had the king acted with anything like
the firmness which he manifested on a for
M. Guizot dil not accompany the Royal
fugitive. Whilo hu was reported to have
been seen at places distant from the sceno of
s'rife, ho scarcely moved a step from the
ppot on which ho had last officially appea
ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF TUE REt On-
In the course of a week we expect to
receive a supply of 30 or 40 copies of
Speels edition of D'Aubijjne' gnat history
of the reformation, elegantly bound, vo'-
umes in two. This edition u compute
and entire, with eighteen handsome illus
trations or engravings, representing Luther,
Melanchton, Calvin, .Zwingle, Tetiel.
Death of Zwingle, Tetzel selling Indulgen-
ces,and numerous other scenes described in
the work. The editor is the sole agent for the
sale of this excellent work, for the Counties
of Northumberland, Union, Lycoming and
Columbia. It will be sold at Philadelphia j
prices $2 50.
An Offer To any persons who will
send us $3 75, we will furnish a copy of
the work and also a copy of the American
for one year.
Pennsylvania Law Jol rxal. This
Journal formerly published in Philadelphia,
has been purchased by G. W. Hamersly &
co. of Lancaster, and will, hereafter be
published by them. The Law Journal is
edited by an association of 'gentlemtn
learned in the law" the principal of whom,
we believe, is the Hon. Ellis Lewis, which
of itself will be a sufficient guaranty of its
merits. The first, or April number, imb-
ished under the new arrangement, has been
received, it is handsomely printed, and
to gentlemen of the legal profession, it w ill
07" CcotPLiMENTAAr. We had ccmclu-1
ded not to say one word in regard to the
handsome complimentary notices received
front our brethren of the Press, on the en
largement and appearance of our new pa
per, excepting to thank them for their kind
partiality. Our modcaty, however, has
been completely evcrcome by the follow
Friend Hutter, the able editor of the
Lancaster Intelligencer says:
The Sunlmrtf American, edited by II. B-
Masse, Esj. makes its appearance iu a en
larged form and new drrss and is now en
tilled to rank among the handsomest and best
conducted weeklies in the State. We con'
irratulate our friend MASSr.a ou this proof of
increasing prosperity, and trust Lis enterprise
will be properly rewarded
To friend Cornman of the Philadelphia
Sun, we are indebted for the following
The Sin stir AMcaictx, edited by II. B.
Masse, Esq., comes to us this week renew
ej and rejuvenated and as blooming as a rose
in June. It is now the handsomest and
largest paper published in the interior of
Friend Palmer, of the Po'.tsille Empori
Our friend II. B
ARRIVAL OF THE
FIVE D.1YS L.1TER FROM EUROPE.
THE FALL OP DESPOTISM.
INSURRECTION IX LOMBARDY.
FLIGHT OP THB TICEROT.
Abdication or thc Kino or Bavabia.
Fatal, Tumult at Milan.
So Trouble at Dublin Meeting.
WITH O'BRIES mmt otken Armlet
ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND QUIET.
ROUEN BANK SUSPENDED.
FORMATIOS OF PARISIAS CLUBS.
Republic Pboclimed in Cbacow.
KIM! A Pnr.PARIXO FOR THC STORM
Constitution Published bg the Pope.
Fl-BTHEB DCCLISB IS CoTTOS.
r.EVOLIJTIOS I El ROPE.
A great portion of our eolums are again
occupied with important foreign news,
which we publish to the exclusion of almost
every tiling else. Since the days of the
French Revolution, there has been no time
when events so important and startling have
occurred. The whole political world
seems to be laboring under the convulsive
throes of freedom struggling with despot
ism. There is scarcely a government in
Europe, that lias not, within the last month,
either revolted or made an attempt at revo
lution. Austria, Imperial despotic Austria,
where despotism seemed to have held her
ron sway most securely, has been obliged
to yield to the popular and liberal opin
ions of the age. Prince Metternieh, who, as
anon intervention in the allairs of trance j rcj While furious democrats were loudly
as long us Franco abstains from aggressions, j calling for hu head, ho was secreted in tha
M. Lamartiue has satisfactorily explained to
Lord Normanby some expressions respecting
the Irish flag ia his answer to the Irish depu
tation. "General Cavaiguae. has assumed tho gov
ernment of Algiers, and proclaimed tho re
public." The Provisionid Government to the French
Citizens : In all the great acts of the life.
of a people, it becomes tho duly of tho gov
ernment to make its voice be heard by the
You are about to accomplish tho greatest
act of the life of a people ; to choose the re
presentatives of the country ; to produce from
your consciences and your suffrages not a
mere government, but an entire constitution.
You are going to organizo the Republic. For
pur part, we have only proclaimed it. You
alo.ie are strong. We count the days. We
hasten to give back the Republic to the na
tion. Tha provisional election law which we
have made is the widest that in any nation
of the earth has ever convoked a people to
the exercise of the su promo right of man, his
own sovereignty. The election belongs to all
without exception. From tho date of this
law there are no moro subjects in Franca.
Every Frenchman of virile age is a political
citizen. Every citizen is an elector. Every
elector is sovereign. The law is equal and
absolute for all. There is no citizen who can
any to another, "You are more sovereign than
I." Contemplate your power. Prepare to ex
erciso it, and be worthy of entering into pos
session of your reign. Tho reign of the peo
pie is called the republic.
"Ia threo days that work which it was
thought was pos'poned to distant times, had
been accomplished without a drop of blood
being spilt in France, without any other cry
but that of admiration being heard in our de
partments or on our frontiers. Let us not
AVJicate tha greatest force of the new idea
"Jmi security which it inspires in citizens,
; Mtonishment which it inspires in the
tion lwdajs of magnanimity, of devo
rvtecs, and the National Assembly
house next to tho hotel of tho Minister of
Public Works. The obnoxious prime minis
ter heard the bureaux forced i;i the adjoining
building, and tho oft-repeated cries of "Mort
a Guizot'.'' but these sounds, dissonant, and
indeed uppalling, as they might be, did not
make him resolve on a too precipitate re
treat. At the moment he was said to have
reached Guernsey he remained iu the heart
of l'ari., and in tho inidst of his enemies.
When tho popular rnge was at length on
tho decline, and vigilance, believing that he
was iu safety, was no longer on thc alert, he
left in disguiss, and directed his step towards
Brussels, lie met with no impediment but
in one place, whero the bridge had been de
stroyed ; and having reached Belgium, he
soon found his way to England.
A New Mineral Useful is Arts. Mr
Blake, lately a citizan of Alexandria, Va.
and now of Alcron, Ohio, has discovered a
mineial, in tin neighborhood of the latter
place, which promises to ba of great value
He has visited Washington, and received a
patent for it. When first dug up, it is of the
consistency of tallow, and gradually hardens,
in a few days, so as to resemble slate ; and.
finally, it becomes as hard as a rock. It is
of tho colour of indigo, is impervious both to
water and fire, and admits cf the finest polish
When reduced to powder, and mixed up with
linseed oil, it has tho appearance of black
paint, and may be spread over wood, canvass,
&c. Roofs have been guarded by it against
fire ; and ' as it dors not absorb tho rain, it
protects tha rafters from decay. It consists
of about one-half of silica, one-fourth alumi.
na, with less proportions of magnesia, black
oxide of iron, sulphato of iron, limo and
Crops in Ohio Tho Ohio Cultivator say
that the wheat crops in tha middle and nor
them portions of the Statu continue to appear
healthy. The Troy (Miami county) Time
of the 6th inst., says the prospect of the wheat
crop u generally fluttering.
- Mad. Bishop. A New Orleans paper says
that Ma iamo Bishop has "realized" $44,000
since sn- came to inis country.
'Sunbury American"' has enlarged and other.
wue materially improved that excellent pa
per. We are much gratified to see thi evi.
dencc of prosperity, and si:icercly hope it
may be permanent.
We hare no room for more, and must
conclude with a notice from friend Cook
of the Danville Democrat.
The Si nbi rt American of last Saturday
came to us greatly enlarged, and in a beauti
ful suit of new types. Our friend Masser
has taken an example from nature at this
particular season, and like her, has changed
for the better the outward appearance of his
"American," which, by the way, is
our best Exchanges.
New York, April 9, 12, Midnight.
The Steamer Hibemia was telegraphed oh""
Sandy Hook about 7 o'clock, and the news
wan despatched to thc city by steamboat ex
presv, which has been cruising off the bar-
Masser, E.. of the bo.-, and reached here before the steamer ar
rived at her berth at Jersey city
Thc following is a digest of her news, ta
ken from the European Times and other
The history of the present fortnight has
witnessed the death of despotism in Western
Vienna has followed the example of Par
is, and Metternieh, like Guizot. has lied from
the storm. He has fled, but the Emperor,
more discreet than Louis Phillippe, remained,
the popular monarch of a popular movement
This great event, more important than the
French Revolution, took place on tho 13th
if "e Ppl? guided by the learned bodies,
; presented a memorial demanding from the
: Government the liberty of the Press and otb
JIDT.E I RAISE AND THE YORK BAR.
The members of the York bar, on Judge
Irvine's resuming his seat on the bench,
on Monday last, withdrew and passed a se
ries of resolution's condemning him as whol
ly unfit and incapable of discharging the du
ties of his office. They ask him to with
draw from thf lier.rb. ami nrrmit the ao
prove useliu and interesting. It is pub- . . j u i . i j
both manufactured poods and yarns are offer
ed at price never before known. Still it is
exceedingly difficult, notwithstanding, to ef
fect sale to any extent. The short time
system is again extending, and it Is painful
to know that hundreds of operatives continue
Letter from Vienna have reached Live-
pool to the 17th inst., and are of the most
gratifying description. Hungary has been
granted a ministry of her own, and all cause
of danger as regarded that port of the em
pire would seem to be removed. The whole
country would seem to be in a state of great
enthusiasm, and the steady confidence and
practical good sense of the people have been
shown to a remarkable extent in the uniutcr
rupted fulfilment of their mercantile and
monetary obligations. All payments, it is
aid, are met punctually, and the privilege
to defer them for fourteen days, which had
been granted, has not, in any way, been re
All was quiet at Berlin on the 22d. Th
concessions granted by the King liad been
received with universal enthusiasm. Hi!
majesty, Frederic William, has published a
decree granting a general amnesty for po
litical otrences and misdemeanors against the
late laws which regulated the press. Ano
ther decree calling on Campauson, the cele
brated liberal deputy, to become one of the
The following is the Paris news : On Wed
nesday the Bank of discount commenced its
operations. On Monday, already 600 ac
counts were opened, and there aro 800 de
mands on which replies will be given to-day.
Discounts for about a million francs made on
Monday, and on Tuesday about 1,200,000.
This establishment will render great service
to commerce, and has already exercised some
influence on the restoration of confidence.
The Bourse yesterday, and the prices of the
preceding day were tolerably sustained. The
precious metals have arrived in considerable
quantities whhin tho last day or two, and
gold has fallen from 10 to 5 per cent, premi
um. The price of bread has been reduced
The movement in Germany relieves Eu
rops from tho apprehension of a general war.
There no longer exists a potent despotism rea
dy to crush France as a dangerous example
to neighboiing States, All nations are revo
lutionizing, and sympathy has tjken the
er organic reforms. The council was sitting,
but being unable to give a prompt reply, the
deputation became impatient, entered the
Chamber, and an emeutt was the result. The
soldiers fired on the people, several lives were
los but in the niid.it of the tumult the coun
cil demanded the dismissal of Metternieh.
;-I have resigned," said he, entering the ! place of fear, and hail free states, with kind-
deemer liveth," the King bareheaded, like
every ono else, seeing them pass, from the
balcony. The enthusiasm of the inhabitants
of Cokigne, when the news arrived from Ber
lin, was indescribable. The great imperial
standard, (black, red, gold, with a double
eagle) was, was with tho sanction of the
Archbishop, hoisted on top of Cologne Cathe
dral, and j now proclaiming to the Germans.
on coin aes of th Rhii,o tb regeneration
Brlglam RcTolntLnnry n4 RrpaMlcaa
We learn from Antwerp, by a letter dated'
Monday, all tho Jesuits had removed the
whole of their valuables from tho town, and
Crnmaik nrfsrm a ad AfllatUa.
L-Mlors from Kiel, of tin 13 h March, s'ate
that a courier has brought very important
news frum Copenhagen ; the press is entirely
free and popular meetings are authorized.
Omi.nous. This is the second time that
titles have been abolished in France. The
rule in Lindley Murray says, "Two nega--tives
make an affirmative but. as the
French are not particularly fond of Eng
lii.'t rule, there is still hope left for the
French nobility. Punch.
RESPECTFULLY informs ber cu.tomff.
and the public in gueial, that the has jut
eluinrd Irom Philadelphia with a nlmdid ai-
urtnii nt of all kinds of
BO.WFT, at nrrr dracrlptlon,
Ribbons, Flowrrs, Lacrs, &c. togethei with ir
rlec ant assortment of Lavrnf ,Gili(bami, Chinta'i,
Gloves. Harefpa Shawls. Scarft, anil a (real va
riety of FANCY GOODS, all of which the offers
at the most reiliri il prices
At the old Stand, opposite Eogai't & Mastrs
Sunbury, April IS, 1S48 3t
Estate of Charles Gear liar I.
TOTICE is hereby fc-iven that letters of ad-
ministration have been grunted to the tub
senbfrson the estate ol Charles Gearhart. dee'd,
late of Rush township, Northumberland county.
All persons having any claims on said estate, ami
those indebted to the same, are requested to set
tle their account! without delay. The subscrU
hers will meet for that purpose at' the house or
the Deceased, on Monday the 22l of May next,
of which person interested will please take no
tite. JOHN GEARHART. Jr. of Rush.
WM. MF.TTLER, Jr. of Augusta.
April 15, 1818 Gt
ished monthly at 3 per annum.
fcrred. These resolutions wi re sent to the
Judge on Monday niht. Next morning
thc Judge intimated that he had received
the resolutions, requesting him to withdraw-.
That to do so would be setting a dangerous
example, and that he would not h ave the
bench unless removed by main force. This
is a most unfortunate state of affairs, for thc
Judge, as well as the bar and the people
and nuut prove detrimental to public jus
tice. Cj?" Fct iT Tris. Sunbury is, we are
aw are, pretty well stocked with good fruit,
yet we might easily have double the quan
tity, with very little trouble, and which
would add greatly to our comforts and con.
venience. Crafting is a simple process, by
which we can propoxate the best fruit.
chamber at the moment. Ihe rrply was a
doubtful compliment. '-You have saved
vour country '
Inscbbkctiox in Lombaiv FlUliriNG IN
Milan Flight or the Viceroy Abdica
tion of the King or Bavabia. The elec
tric telegraph announces that the people of
Lombardy, having no faith in the promises of
the Emperor, have revolted at Milan. Tho
lighting was going o:i between the people
and the military when the accounts left.
The citizens had raised numerous barricades.
The Viceroy had fled. Bjbanow and Bres
cia had also revolted.
A supplement to the Resorgsuiento"' of
the ISth, states that the people, not satisfied
with the promises of the Emperor, to grant a
Constitution, have broken out into insurrec
tion ami open resistance to the government.
Barricades had been raised in the streets, and
at the departure of the courier lighting was
I going on between the troops aud the people.
So. 100 CliLsmit street, 2 doors above 3d. suu'h
riHK subscribers, proprietors of the oldest
JL Ki-uMmhiririit in the City of Philadelphia,
being loundej in 1 S 10, would call the attention
of Iht public to their recent grt.al aud iont.'erf.t
linpr' trmrnl in Ukins Daguerreotype Portrait.
SKY LIGHT I'Ull I RAITS The subscriber
beglrave to subjoin a few of the notices th-y
have received lioin the Press th oughout Ihe
country, in relation to the impiovemeat the:
have made in the introduction of lights, by which,
the full and clear expression of the Eye is obtain
ed mure pel fectly than heretofore.
Fri-m the N"rth American.)
lite U'liTml cxprcml n ci the eye ly Mr. Citrus' Kir
Sruritts.'l' intr Kluciuo; Ihe light, hiia buell Uliurt distiuctly
uvel peil, us well us till the lights and suudta iudiapersu
Mc t u perl'ert lilteneu.
Kr iti t)iu Sntimfciv C nricr.l
TV Measrs. C. have CTtnniW ufeuinnf tin ere. iu.
i better crtVni.a ttua lutv-e seen it elsewhere: ami
mm sufim UK, tlfcer uh tm ekamwas dtwinctueM
aut d...i'nte lint, they give their pictures, auake them wor
thy ut uihuiruii jn, u.it uniy as likcucbaua, but ua wtitk oi
I'lvm the narriatwc l ar n.)
We eximineft stteinitieiia nf their likenefiMea when Ulthe
city thc nthcr dny, and lVuml them to pnmeaaalt Ihe beauty
CI !uuluijj unit syuitcFs ot expression y( the finest steel en-
v.rt.... Ti. :...,....:., i . ..c
m .1.1 I'M. . . I M llliaill Ull lilt! 111113 VI
Trees that bear indifferent fruit, should be . . .
M. darner 1 'agea have been all tenerullv
1 1 rt- l A 1 . 1 f . y t
wppea on, ami graiteawun iruit oiacnoice i al,rove,i 8nj none more M lhaiI i.:. i,st j...
prime minister to the emperor has reigned
sunreme for thirty vr-ar. h.ie twpn nMirwrl ' ... - ... ......
. -t e . . . quality. -ow is ine season, and it siould cree creatine public stores, under the sun reil-
10 nee ine w ram o. nis oppressed country- to by nwrlecwL ! . of the lhe vk.,v of warral,till!r
men. In Prussia too, the king, after an ,ha recejpt:, to be m.?,tiab,e for the specified
unsuccessful attempt to put down the revo- DIP The w eather, for a week parf, has j value of the deposite in ware.
lution, wisely conceded all the demands been as mild and as cheerin- as the sun. ExprP8S a.moutu. th aiKieati0n of
made by the people, and thus for a time, j niest days of May. The fickelness of the j the King of Bavaria. There had been a fa
red institutions, can no doubt quarrel as well
as despotisms, but the chances are that the
peace is now likely to endure for some jears
FCRTllEB EXTRACTS WITH TUB HlBEUNIA.
Praaaia and Ihe Revolution In Berlin.
We have given the news from Berlin to the
17th of March, iu which several conflicts with
the troops were mentioned. On the ISthult.
the King of Ilrussia responded to the call of
the German pcor.lt, and to the prt s.-iro of
this great emergency.
further Bloadnhra' Iu Berlin.
The military force at Berlin is estimuU-d at
20,000 men, brought together from the neigh
boring garrisons. It was against this mass ol
military that the multitude, nt first unarmed,
began to fight. The students lo bad tukcu
amis were most active in leading forward
the bands which successively opposed the
troops. The prison was forced open, and the
prisoners set free. On the morning of the
tilth a proclamation from the Kin!! appeared.
ii i.l fLi ine ii vrntinit, which is s mctltine unumial in Daeuerreotypea. .
addressed to his beloved Berlmesse, ' in t,-u ubuijned by ihe intructWu ul - !i8U fnm ub..ve.
which the shots at the schioisspi.iize were as.
cribed to a mistake. Tho kirg would forget
and forgive all, aud expressed a wish that
month is, however, occasionally felt ia its
variability. House keepers are generally
busy ia making garden, and there are few
places o:i the Susquehanna, where gardens
equal to those of Sunbury, can V- found,
and where they yield a more profitable
saved his throne, and probably his neck.
Belgium and Italy are in a state of fe rment.
The Kinof Havana has it is said, abdica
ted Lola Monte?, the Courtesan whom he
made a Countess, has fled, and a reward is
offered for her apprehension. Ireland is
in commotion, and only waiting for a favo
rable opportunity to rise in open rebellion.
Nicholas, Emperor of Russia, already
"snuffs danger in the tainted breeze," and
is nrenarin himself for Lhe worst, bv or-
. ' . Ilni-ll Tkn .nnl.nl 1
gamzing and drawing his armies around i ' ...,rue .i me
him. Monarchy seems to be on iu last I ,ast da-v' and nimous-y coiinrrned by the
... : dl-.i k- -i .1 ! aenale.
i lo a cyjJ ii iriaaiia aiu curj lllaj u j
off the yoke. In fact a general war
Europe seems almost inevitable.
XT" The Coventor has appointed John
C. Knox Esq., of Tioga, Judge of the 10th
district, (Judge White's long contested dis-
Mr. Knox is a wrrthv voung man,
and will no doubt make a good Judze.
i IOoD Fellowship. We neIected
TWv v-.. .u.r.. 1 10 mention that S. D. Jordan Esn of this
wrv.a ax a (UMlaUHtlll ' I
Master for this district.
o 1 t I I - . 11 .
John's affected stupidity he is sniilty of sav- ,"u-r' "H""" P-J -rand
ing a good many smart things. The views of
the French revolution. The back view of
the House of Orleans, in last weeks num
ber, are rich in design and to the point
John is rather hard this week on Mr. Bu
chanan who comes in for a good many
On our first page are a number of
interesting articles, among them, the pro
ceedings in the cae of the Court of Inqui
ry, in thc cases of Gen. Scott and Gen.
Worth. Notwithstanding Gen. Scott's great
military abilities, be has exhibited a degree
of petty vanity and ill nature that contrasts
greatly to his disadvantage, when compa
red with the humble and unpretending
character of Gen. Taylor. Scott evidently
"can bear no rival near the throne." Tay
lor, on thc other hand, is beyond the reach
of envy, and would not care a fir, if every
officer under him, carried with him a bi
ographer, to trumpet forth the fame of each,
in the most glowing terms.
We have been informed that Jacob
Peters and Ceo. W. Edwards Esq., of Phila
delphia, have leased the Cars on the Read
ing Railroad, and that after the first of May,
a morning and afternoon train will be put
on the road. And that they will also run
in connection, a fast line of Stages to the
York State line.
7" We stated last week that our papers
for Paxinos and Shamokin had been m Lear
ned, by having been placed in the wrong
bag, we did not, of course, mean the mail
bags, of our worthy Post Mistress, Mrs.
Packer, with whose administration none
can find fault.
ZT" The crops wear a more promising
appearance than was anticipated a few
C7 Ax Address bt Huxby Out. By
Telegraph from Cincinnati, dated April
12th, we have an address froia Henry Clay
to the Public, authorizing his name to be
submitted to the Whig National Conven
tion, He says in December last he deter
mined to announce to the Public, his deter
mi nation to decline being a candidate. Hav
ing since consulted his friends his views
have been changed. He says :
"Since my rcturu home, I have anxiously
deliberated upon my duty to niyseif, tu my
principle, ia niv country. The conflict bo
tweeu my unatfected desire to continue in
private life, as most congenial with my feel
ings and condition, and niy with faithfully to
perform all my public dunes, has been pain
ful and embarrassing. If I refuse the use of
my iuum and those, injurious conaeqiteuees
should ensue which have been m comtdcntly
predicted by friends, I bhould justly incur
their reproaches, and the reproaches of ui v
own heart ; and if, on the contrary, I should
assent to the use of my name, whatever the
result may be, I thail escape both."
7 The depot of the Reading Railroad
is to be removed from Mt. Carbon to Potts
ville, by a late act of Asvmblv.
tal tumult at Munich. The sUidcuts and
tiadesmcn joined tho police.
The monster meeting in Dublin came off
w ithjut disnubance. An address to France
was adopted. Also an address to the Queen
for a repeal of the Union.
Tha next day Messrs. O'Bryen, Meager
and Mitchell were arrested for sedition and
purSunder bonds for trial on the 15th of A
pril. Great excitement has been caused in
Dablin on account of the arrest.
Scotland is grow big more quiet. The ri
ots have ceased. England is quiet. A num
ber of failures have occurred on the continent.
It is reported that the Provisional Govern
ment would buy up all the railroad lines and
pay for them in five per cent, rents.
The Rouen Bunk has suspended.
A permanent guard has been offered to the
Rothschilds for their banking house, but was
Business; continues stagnant.
If the Poles rise France will interfere.
AU Russian and Englieh workmen have
been ordered out of France.
Forty-four different, cluba have been for
med in Paris to aid tho cause of liberty
throughout the world.
A Republic has been proclaimed at Cra
cow, and four hundred political prisoner re
leased. Fifteen thousand insurgents were
Republican principles aro constantly ad
vancing in Germany, Denmark, aud Holland.
A new Cabinet has been appointed in
Great military preparations are making ia
Russia, but no outbreaks have as yet occur
red. An outbreak has taken place at Sardinia.
A constitution has been publislted by the
A successful insurrection broke out in Mi
lan and Lombardy. Tho Austrian troops
were entirely defeated.
Spain remain quiet as well as Portugal.
Great disires prevails in commercial clas
ses, throughout the whole cuntineut.
English Consols were selling at 83 J ; Paris
3 per cents 50. A falling off has occurred on
Mobile and Upland Cotton of , and on Or
leans i, Corn firm at 27 to 26. Flour quoted
at 2oa to 3Ss.
The reports received from tho manufactu
ring disUicts of England and Scotland are
most gloomy. Trade in all departments has
again become dull, w ithout any immediate
prm-peet f improvement- At Manehester
the citizens should, on their part, do the
wrae. At eleven the troops were all with
drawn from the streets, to tho great joy of
the people. No moro firing occurred with
the exception of that which took place in
sign of joy, and tho people moved iu great
masses through the streets, collecting in vast
numbers 011 the Sehlosriplatze. Here the
King showed himself again at Ihe balcony of
tho palace, from which he addressed the
people, exhorting them to peace and quiet
ness, expressed his willingness to set all pri
soners free, and stating that he was resolved
ts grant an amnesty to tho City Guards for
the part they had taken in the affair.
Tho loss 011 both sides was immense, and
the streets of the Friedrichs-stadt were cov
ered in the forenoon w ith numbers of dead
aud wounded; such also was the" case iu the
Kuoigs-stadt, w here, during the pre ious even
ing, about 1 1 o'clock, tho combat niged most
At about 2, iu the afternoon, (siys n corres
pondent of the Cologne Gazette.) I saw a
number of citizens with bared heads, leading
j a large wagon in which were laid the bodies
j of most of those who had fallen in the Fried
richs-stadt. This procession, ringing tho
chorus of "tjiij nuriri Zuversich'," arrived
at the palace, where it was received in deep
silence, w hich was only bmkeii by calls for
tho King again to appear. He did not do so
then, however, but shortly afterward he came
out on tho balcony above the entrance of the
palace, and said that ha granted the arma
ment of tho people, and that he entrusted
the peace aud guard of his palace to his faith
ful people. The dead bodies were thin
borne through tho inner court of tho palace
and the Lustgarten, or pleasure garden, to a
Tha atrafgla Estate.
The struggle has ended and has been suc
ceeded by universal joy, caused by the for
mation of a new Ministry, aud the establish
ment of a Burgher Guard. Tho past is for
gotten, and the King is. incessantly cheered
when ho shows himself. No private property
has been injured, and the people exhibit 110
spirit of revenge ; they even praiso the
bravery of the troops, and cheered them as
they left tho town with flying colors and the
musio of their military bands. Thi Unhid
German Fatherland'1 was enthusiastically
proclaimed by tho citizens. Tho political
motive in the late dreadful excitement was
the King's backwardness in taking the lead
in that movement. The old imperial colors
are worn along with the Truman white ai d
black. Thousands and thousands ih-otiged
on tho afternoon of Monday towards the
Palace, and with oae voice began the Garman
Tt Dtum, Now let usall praise God." The
bodies of the fallen were carried to the
churches in solemn silence, under tho intona
tion of th'J pnpulur hxnin, -Jesus, iny IJc-
uu'.uait i-f the airte cf the atilterv.
(From tlie ltnltinl"r Clipper.
"Them! im irtsuit linpniviiu-tit In the Dncnierriait
art, iM.-iit.y the Messrs. Cullii' PltiliKMpftin, and e.w.
sitfU in a 'Itflereiil nrmner ot' intrmtiiiMiia the rurnt, ami uer
lain atliiptiijiia of Ihe instrument. We have seen HM o(
Ihr p, .nrail, which they have executed, and they have the
listin.-tiieM ami henuty nf fine eutfruviiigi. They ar re.
rnviiilly rnnirk.ilile in giving the pnper natural expire.
si 41 it! ttie eye."
Fr-'in every sii-ii- n of the -iintry where r-nr ptelurrs
hftve been serii llnry hnve received limitur Haltering noli,
ece. The putilie eciienitly urc invited ti viaitour (inneries,
priilxiMy the most t-xteiisive in the work), and judge !V.r
themselves if the truth i t Hirer n liccs,
I'hiladi l hi", April 1.1, Ir-lf
2 (Q EBJ SJ2 S3
A SOVEKCIUN REMEDY lUlt
GEORGE 13. GREEN, Pkoi iktou.
sovereign retntxly fur IlYEfl'KPSIA, in many of iia
nils, such as nuiu in Ihe Momarh. llcurllMim. habitual
C jvliveut', Arid St. match, lleadnche, liaauf Appetite,
nicH. .Mplit Mveuui. ai hi even ti'iumiunlii'ii fllyapeplio
t'lithikic,) ami Atfthiiui, or Phthisic attended with denimce
liicut in' Uie St. .much (nr l)ype tie Aathnai,) llnhcult
Breathing, winch ul'tcn results lmiu imperfect digeatinn (ne
Dvupcpllc ttysNMPH,) is relieved by these Bittera. In ahort
their use line uecu proved in the relief of aluijat all Uie
pympl.ims that preccd from a debilitated nr at nie condi
tii'in'f the St iiiaieh ; almi in general debility arimng front
uge or from the cflrcia of Fever, particularly r'ever awl
Ague. I'emalca sullering under any uterine derangement
arising tr.un weukni w. will find Uie "OnoBtiin Bit
Tltai" an execdvia remedy, and not surpassed by any medi
cine in ue.
The hivliwy of ttiis medicine ia peculiar. It has name ita
wnv to public favor a.lely hy Uie force of its own inlriiuuu.
nierita. N artlhciid means h ive been used to give il no
toriety aial Uirust it up u public attentiiai. It has never
before even been advcrllNtl, hut having first shown lis re
murUl.le eifu-acy in the family of the proprietor, and by
biin altertvurils admini'tored to his altilcted Irieials und
qiuiiiitJiiK-ra w ith a like result, ila reputatiim gradually ex
tended uulil il is kn. w ii in Uie mat disunt puru of lite
L'ui 11. as a uieiliciiic ol' unrivalled virtues in the cure ol'
l)yseia in all its diilcreul fomia, and alao f.ir the cure ol'
Aslhnw or I'hthisie. Ila tatty hendd and its only eulogy,
has been the story if ila wonderful ellicacy, as told from.
iii-iitli to m uih or hy letter from friend to friend. In eve-,
ry iualiue-e where tliew Uitlera liuve been uaed,and the re-,
will made known to thc proprietor, Uiey have proved a ts
iiaty. Nieii Ti'in e-rtifiea'en, alterti ig lhe angular erTu-acy ol
the 'IKvuevaTIO HiTiaaa,1 are in the a aeaal w ot the
Wll.l.l AM I 'I'll AM. J '''
JAMI l P.SIMMONf, V. .a
tr ipriet- a; ; many ol tneiu siginfl py pcraoiia aircmiy wiucijt
iawu to Uie put lie.
Cit:o. II. OHKKX, lr.priet ir.
WIXPWHl, Vt , Oeioher 3, II1S.
The iullowluif CrHltieatra ha ve recently keeis
W'AtmxoTox, D. C , Jum 10, IMS.
Ilnvinirnindru.it Ihe ' txvgvnalnl Billem" prrparnt
by 1J. ie-. H. lirin, of Wnal r., VI. and from know
kslge obuined ol their crucary iu "Iher cases, wecheenuUv
rec uuincial Uiem t the public, teiieving that they will luliy
auatain the ree mmendaii . n of the I'ropri.t r. We hop"
that Ihis valuable remedy may ha ao generally diSuaed
throuirhout tha oouiil'y that i inay be accessible u all Uio
Senat from Vcmut.
Hennt frooi K Isiand.
J. T. MORi:ilKAl, I'. 8. Senator aud f nwri) Oovcru-
or of Keit'lickv.
I.. II. ARN'OLT, Metulicr of C mgreu and lorawrly Go.
venor ot' W. I. !..
WM. WfKjntlKIDGE, V. 8. Kowitorand lurmeriy Go.
verti ir of Miehiirin. ... -
M. I.. MARTIN, Delegate to Congress lrra V lac wrirv
Vftm II. -o. II. I). Fosna, Member of Congress frota
WAsuimurox. D. C, Jvai 10, IS4.
Wear Sir,I bare been a dyspeptic; auger er for about teu
years, and have reo.ted to vaieaia niedkinea for relief
r -stored to narleet aeolUI. law Itvaoa la wkiek IM Sis.
anee h iwed itarll', in my eaaa, avera, great acidity of tha
at n ci, I as M arat tc, exueant autukfifeca, aes eraisli.
rati n I tlie b iwcls, anil violeut koadaeha. Keehng draw
rona Hwt a kn wklire nf your valualaa remedy aaay reach
others aiuiibuiy ailiwtui. I take gre4 pleasure ia record. .
lug my ia-t.iu n I ita euiauve pwer; and would als
remark. tl.a while "a a visit al home a ahoct tinta sine, I
a hi im tend a r- t' a bxtle 1 1 a number f aty adlieteri
fiiuiwlr, vtilh grata auccaa. TheT are drairous that you.
ah ukl establish au ugi-tiry at Pittaburg. r inform Ibeiit
where tha medlrit, eau la nla-iined. With ai earuert e
rire Sir vour nnicrity and hat Incas, I sobacrthe mve-hv
Irule ov triend H. y. ft'J'Tt'.K.
U v'. Ota II. Oau,Viudar, Vl.
-iifcyMH suceeM, until I tuade use 9 your Vietaued
S.tterr." 1 aava used ass hu Sw, botUts, ami aial myersf