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(From the Philar Ledger, Oct. 18.
ARRIVAL PF THE
KTE!t tevira it.R mow kbHorrt
msURRBCTlON W bAJ)E4?i 1
DEFEAT OF INSURGENTS IN SPAIN.
ftlGHT Or CABRERA,
MSTORBANCE AT COLOOXB.' -
S't'gAt Decline of Flour.
New YoRk,dct. 17.
fne steamship Britannia has arrived from
Lhrarpooly.bringimnew sevoo -4a y later.
Mt Attest rt lo tho SOUi ult.- . . i
. . Ireland. r ,
S'o further disturber have taken place.
' r , ,... , frjcmA;. , . ,.;'
t Louis Napoleon took , his seat in tho Na
tional Assembly and made a speech, giving
in his adhesion to tho Republic. Raspail has
also been admitted" to his seat.
.. Eight socialists wore arrested on the 27th,
Charged with a cotiBpiracy against the life of
Gen-. Cavaignac. ,
- The excitement in Paris in consequence bf
(he elections, a cooling down, but the ut
rnost precautions wore still being . taken by
, Posts were every where doubled, and large
: parties of troops were in garrison and contin
ually kept. in barracks ready for service; it
Is supposed, however, that tranquility will
eontinue until the question of the election for
President comes before the Assembly. A
erisis will then diHucN The present intention of
the government is to propose that the first
President of the Republic shall be elected by
Insurrection in baDen. ....
',."Tho Republicans, nnderStruve, have made
successful outbreak in Baden, and have pro
claimed a Gorman Republic. According to
lhe Gazette Nationdle Suisse, Struve had re
turned to the Grand Duchy to attend his trial
for cei tain articles which he had published in
bis paper, the Spccsatcur Allemand. lie was
received by the people with enthusiasm, who
accompanied hint to Lorrach and conducted
him to the Hotel de Ville.
There he harranged the people, who ar
rested tile magistrates and the other employes
of the Government, and imprisoned them.
The tocsin sounded ; the whole of the neigh
boring communes rose ; the refugees return
ed to their homes ; the landstrura Was Called
out ; the Republic proclaimed ; and the Re
publican drrflyj divided Into three columns,
was Marching upon Carlsruhe, having previ
ously broken up the railway to prevent the
Advance of the troops. When tha last ac
counts left the Republicans were completely
tnasters of Lorrach.
tllE " NEW STATES."
the following table will show the time
when the "New States," or those not inclu
ded in the " Old Thirteen," were admitted
into the Union i 1
- Vermont waa originally a part of New
Vork, and was admitted Into the Union June,
I, 1791. v . - -
' Kentucky, formerly a part of Virginia, ad
mitted into the Union June, 1702.
: Tennessee, formed of Territory ceded to
tho United States by the State of North Car
olina, admitted into the Union June 1, 1706.
" Ohio, formed out of part of the territory
northwest of tho river Ohio, admitted into
the Union November 26, 176.
Louisiana, forraod out of part of the terri
tory coded to the United States by France,
received into tho Union April 8, 1812.
' Indiana, formed out of part of the North
west Territory, ceded to the United States by
Virginia, admiticJ into the Union December
; Mississippi, formed out of part ot iS? Xer-
orv ceded to the United States by the State
of South Carolina-admitted into the Union
December 10, 1817.
Illinois, formed out of part of the North
western Territory, admitted into the Union
December 8, 1818.
Alabama, formed out of part of the terri
tory ceded to the United States by South
Carolina and Georgia, admitted into the
Union December 15, 1818.
Maine, formed out of a part of Massachu
setts, admitted into tho Union March 15,
1823, ' "
Missouri, formed out of a part of the terri
tory ceded' by France by the treaty or April
30, 1783, admitted into the Union August 10,
1821 j after the adoption of the- noted com
promise line excluding slavery from all terri
tory north of 86 deg. 30 min., west of the
Mississippi, saving State or territories al
Arkansas, formed of par4, of the same ler-"
ritory, admitted June 15, 1828.
, Michigan, formed of pait of the territory
ceded to the United States by Virginia, ad
mitted into the Union January 29th. 1837.
, Florida, formed out of the territory ceded
by Spain to the United States by treaty of
February 2, 1818, admitted into the Union
March 2, 1845. ,
. Texas, an independent republicj admitted
into the United States by a joint resolution of
Congress, approved March 28, 1845.
Iowa, admitted into the Union December
.. Wiscousin, an act was passed March 3d,
1847, to admit this territory into the Union,
upon the condition that the people adopt the
constitution pawed December 16, 1846. The
Constitution was rejected j" But the people
having subsequently agreed upon a con
atitution, the i State was admitted into the
Union by act of Congress of 29th of May)
Territories. Nebraska; bill reported to
fix boundaries January 7, 1845, but no ac
tion on the subject. s ,. ... ,
6 Oregon; bill to' bolb Territorial Go
vernment passed House of Representatives
January 15, 1847 no final action ou the sub
ject in the Senate during that session, when
in M4bHl passoif both houses of Congress,
nd waa approved by tile Presideufon the
15th Agust, establishing a Territorial Govern
ment v , v ......... ,
-'MuMsoha ) bill io establish Territorial
Government passed the House February 17,
MV",refrred to Judiciary Committee in
Senate, but no furthefMjjot on the subject.
W. a. Com.. ' ,. ---'
1 SUNBURY. . i J t(
.--- SATURDAY) OCTOBER 81. lt4lr.
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the Philadelphia F.xchange, is reaularly anthnrixa
Third meet, oppoette
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ndvertiaomente and aubecriptiona fur thia paper, and receipt
fur the tame.
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VSHOCRATIC. NATIONAL nOMIHATlOlKS.
" FOIl PRESIDENT, ' V
GEN. LEWIS CASS,
of Michigan'. "
FOR VICE-PRESlDEfIT, '" 1
' 6BH,Wm. O. BTJTL8B)
of Kentucky. ..
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". ELECTORS '
WltUAki BIOLER, Clearftekl.
DAVIt) D. WAOENER, of Northamptoa. ( .
RGPRCSENTATIVC. . '
1 H h. Benner, Philad. en.
J t. R. Knena, " city
Isaac Shnnk, " , ."
A. L. Rumfort, " co.
8 J. S. Yiist, MmitgVrjr
R. T.. Wright, Lehigh "
7 W. V. TJownitiK, Chcstw
S H. Hnkleman. Lanc'ter "
a P. Kline. Berks "
13 S C. KinK, Clinton CO.
14 3. Weldman, Lebanon "
IS R.J. Fisher. York
16 F. Smith, Franklin "
17 J. Creswell, Hunt'd "
18 C. A. Black, Greene, "
lp O. W. B iwman, BcdPd
?(i J. R. Shannon, Beaver "
6t O. P. Hnmilton, AlWtr'y
88 W.H. Davis, Crawf'd "
93 T. Ives, Potter
lit 1. Q. Carhpbell.
10 H. 9. Schoonover, Monro
11 w. BVcetland, wyom'f "
13 J. Brefester, Tioga "
(C7 An active boy about 14 or lb years
old, would be taken as an apprentice, at this
fXy Correction. The majority for
Longitreth, in footing up our returns last
week, was erroneously set down at 598 in
stead of 578i J. Pi Pursel's vote in Sunbury
is 90 instead of 70i
(E7 The Whigs will have a majority of
9 on joint-ballot in our next legislature;
The House stands Whigs 50; Democrats
50( The Senate, Whigs 21 ; Democrats 12.
7 Governor's Election. -According
to the last returns, we make Johnston's ma
jority 25. " The Ledger makes it 200; the
Harrisburg Union 7. Painter's majority is
about 2,000; Longstreth's loss in his own
couSty deieats him.-
fy Hon JaSes Cooper, at present the
Attorney General of Penna. will, in all
probability be elected'asthe next U. S. Sen
ator, to succeed Gen C amefon, whose
term expires on the 4th of March next.
Mr. Cooper is a man of line abilities) and
withal a perfect gentleman. He has many
friends of both parties, who would be proud
to see him elevated to this distinguished sit
uation. CC7 HtiAvY MAiORiTiES.--Wilmot ma
jority for Congress in his district, is 3400.
The attempt of the Government Organ, at
Washington, to crush him, has most sig
nally tailed. .
C. W. Pitman the Whig candidate for
Congress in thcSchuylkill district, has about
2900. The usual Whig majority of the
district was about 500.
E7" Y. Bright our Democratic candi
date for the Senate, tan ahead of the whole
Democratic ticket in Dauphin county. In
this county, except in the disaffected dis
tricts of the Forks, he ran much ahead of
the party vote. The Democratic majority
for Governor in the Forks is only 167
Jd Mr. Bright received even this majority,
reduced iIT .il was bargain and sale, his
majority in this col'y would have been
879, enough to have elccteu J?imi M Ff tck'a
majority in Dauphin county is onJ 862,
which is 1 IS less than the vote of Gov.
THE CAl SE.
Almost every paper we open, we find
some cause assigned for the defeat of the
democratic party. . And strange as it may
appear, almost every other cause is given,
but the right one. The true cause, gentle
men, is the Tariff question, and he must be
blind indeed, who cannot see it. ;
EF The whig majority in Union coun.
ty for Governor, is 1201. Canal Commis
sioner 1361. Congress 1333 The Whig
rlaajority for Casey, in the district is 223.
Gen. Petriken's vote falls below the Go
vernor's, in Lycoming, 164 and ill this
The following is the vote for Congress in
the 13th district: , ,
Counties. Petrikin, D. Caeey, W,
Clinton, 985 798
Lycoming, 2465 " ' 1881
Northumberland, 2018 1565
Sullivan, - 356 170
Union, 1594 2927
Total, ; 7118 7341
O V.' B. Palmer's Businbss Almanac.
This is the title of a small volume, got up
by Mr. V. B. Palmer of Philadelphia. It
is a valuable little work, in which Mr.
Palmer has exhibited a good deal judgment,
tact and industry Price 12 cents.
' . r i ; ; Cincinnati, Oct. nr ,
The Legislature is doubtful, A Whig it
elected from Clinton county ; but it is dis
puted on the ground that he, held the office
of Sheriff when elected. The clerk has
signed the certificates of 5 Democrts from
Hamilton county, and refusing 2 Whigs from
City districts, giving the Democrats 5 mem
bers from Hrmilton county, and 1 from Clin
ton wupty. The Demecrats have a majority
of 3 in the (louse, and claim Representatives
from Sciota arid Lawrence counties. The
Governor's election is stilT doubtful ' '
SUNBURY AMUltlC AN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
. GOVERNOR JOHNSTOW.
Pennsylvania for the next three years
will be under the nil of & whig Adminis
tration, .Whether for goird or Tor evil, time
wiB determine. This u ih first tim the
wmja hlve'electect a Governor In this itate,
for the last thirty yean, if we except, the
interregnum under the administration of ttU
uer, who was 'elected by a division in the
democratic, party, ivGoyernor Johnston is,
however, very different from Gov. Ritner.
He is a man of supcriorahilitiM and will,
no doubt,be the Governor himself. He is per
sonally very popular-, khd 'deservejlyT to,
amongst all who bu'Wirrr. It is but fair
to give him a trial before we : condemn.
Having long been a democrat, he may still
be swayed by the principles he professed in
his earlier years. Among these, we are
glad to find in hini, an able advocate for
the protection of America industryv '
WOODEN LEGS v NATtRAL ONES.
The two' candidates for Register & Rei
corded, in Schuylkill county had each lost
a leg. ; Mr. Kaercher, the whig candidate
was elected. The only successful candidate
in this county, not ou the democratic tic
ket, was Martin Irwin, for Register & Re
corder. Martin, who was a volunteer can
didate, is also minus of one leg-. A few
weeks previous to the election, he informed
us that he was about having an extra joint
put in his wooden leg, to enable him to go
over the course more rapidly t " That extra,
we presume, did the business;
HO t FOR SALT RIVER. t '
Tickets are being prepared in this place,
for those who intend to take passage for
the head of Salt River this season. The
"Capting'; say's, every attention will be
paid to the cdmfort of passengers. To en
sure perfect safety t several Whig pilots
have been engaged, whose long experience
and perfect acquaintance with the stream,
renders the trip perfectly safe and compa
ratively, pleasant. The country, of late
years, has been greatly improved by Whig
cultivation and emigration; The soil and
every thing seems very prolific. The
consequence is, the domocracy of this
State has "suffered some," by inundation
from the swollen stream.
The following is the form of the tickets
PER BOAT PENNSYLVANIA.
: roa : v. :'
Let the bearer Mr. ;
passage to the head oftht rivet.
- have a free
rc?- The new Counterfeit. We stated
last week, that an iudividual was arrested
at Northumberland, for passing counterfeit
Five dollar notes on the Bank of Penn
Township. It appears that they are afloat
in other places. Bicknell't Reporter de
scribes them thus :
"New counterfeit 5s on the Bank of Penn
Tovviibbip have made their appearance in this
and other cities. They are so wefT executed
that brokers and banks have received them
without suspicion. Letter C, payable to J.
Rush, and variously dated in 1846. They
can eusily bo detected by observing that on
the riht end of the genuine bills the words
1 Five Dolluru-5-Five Dollaro, are inserted in
tw o lines the letters of one commencing at
the bottom of the note and running upwards,
and tho othgr at the top, and running down
wards. In tho counterfeit they both com
mence at the upper part of tho bill and run
The St. Albans Messenger gives the follow-
accout of a mail ' robbery between that
town au.?Troj New York.
Several mou. ilicei Mr- s- Darrow, Esq.,
a merchant of this tovC"; having occasion to
send seven hundred dollars 2 he Farmer's
Banki Troy, N. V., to meet a note so':"
due, deposited that amount of Bank bills."1
the . Post Oiftue in this village, directed to
Troy, N. V, .
. The money not teaching its destination,
and b protest of the note following as a mat
ter of course, the conclusion was inevitable
that tha package had been abstracted from
the mail. . Notice of the robbery was for
warded to the Department in Washington,
and a Government agent promptly came to
ferret out tho anair. This gentleman, J. Hul
brook, Esq., reputed to be a man of rare tuct
and elutiwdue in affairs of the kind, and
one who had more than a dozen years of ex
perience betides, had been actively engaged
for several weeks pat probing this mysterious
afl'atr to the bottom. Every Postmaster be
tween St. Albans and Troy had been exam
ined, and without any prospect of muting the
But strange to say, Monday's mail brought
a package directed " St, AlUina'! .on the
wrapper, and within the envelope "M, Dtr
row, Merchant, Si. Albans, Vt." The address
was printed with a pen, in a very odd, but
legible style ; but there was no post mark to
ideutify the poet-otfice from which it was
sent. But what was more to tho purpose, it
contained bank bills, very duTeront in tho;r
deuomiualioua from thuse in the parcel un
wanted by Mr. Darrow, but to theuM amount
of the lose. I
London. According to the Rev. Mr. Bel
lows, the sale of the publio parks of London
would probably pay off the national debt.
"The first and last characteristic of Loudon,"
he writes, "the peculiarity wbirh thrusts itaeli
upon you every moment, is its slice 1' ' To say
that is thirty mile round, of that oh may
ride seven or eight miles across the town
without getting out of uninterrupted rowsol
houses; to say that 1 ten times as large as
New York, and has a hundred streets half a
long and' as well- bnilt as Broadway;' to wy
that it inoludes parks In which the whole city
of Boston, or all New York below Bleeckei
street, might be enclosed, may help one to
form i notion f tu rMsii'Uii Aiimat
.' , 966
, ' 688
'' .554 '..
Carbon, . 905
Cambria, ; . 1123
Clearfield , ' 874 ".
Clarion, . . 1383
Delaware, . i486
Elk, . 128
Erie, , - ' 2226
Hunting'n, . 2575
Indiana, , . . 1448
Jefferson, ' 731
Mercer, . 2869
Phil. c'y& co. 13482
York, ' 6071
The following is. a lit of the Congresmen
elected on Tuesday, as far as heard from t
lt District, Lewis Lvin, Native, W.
2d l( Joseph R Chandler, W.
3d ' Henry D. Moore, W.t gain.
5th " John freedley. IF,
6th " Thomas Ross, D.
7th Jfwe C. Dickey, W.
8th " Thadeud Stevens, W,
9th William Strong, D.
10:h " M. M. Dimmick, D.
11th ' " Chester Butler, W.
12th " David Wilmot, F. S. D.
13th " Joseph Casey, IF.
14th " C. W. Pitman, IF.
I5th " Henry Nes, IF.
16th u J. McLaiiahan, D. gi..
17th " Samuel Gilvir., W.
18th " Andrew J. Ogle, W,
19th Job Mann, D.
20th " Robert R Reed, IF.
21st ' . Moses Hampton, IF.
22d John W. Howe, IF.
23d " James Campbell, IF. gam,
24th " A, Gilaiore, D. gain,
Certificate given to Robbins,
his seat will be contested.
1st DistnV: W. A. Crabbe, D.
Peiel' B- Savery, W
H. Joues Smoke, IF.
( J. Konigmacher, W,
Daniel Stiue, Ir,
R. M. Frick, IF. "
J. J. Cunningham, Wi
George V. Lawrence. W.
The Senate will stand 21 Whigs to 12 De-
UOLSC OF UtPHtSKMAlIVES.
We have returns fur members of the Le
gislature from the following counties t
' i .-. Dem:
Berks, ' ' 1
Bradford, ' 1
Carbon and Lehigh,' ''
Centre anrf ClearAeld) ; . i
Columbia, '' -Crawford,
' 1 I
Clarion, Jefferson and Venango,'
Clinton, Lyoomingaiid Potter,
Oauphin,'. - . i. i.
Delaware, ''' --i i.. ! .:.
Urie, - "
Franklin.' ' '
Greeue,' ? ;i' '
Huntingdon;1 f ' .' -
Juniata aad Union,
I i .
Monroe and Northampton, j
Pike ana Wayne" ;''
Somerset,; j 4 ; Y t : '
Susquehanna and Wyoming,
Tioga,"'" "'"-"- ' '
Westmoreland, ' ' ' '
York, . -
1 ' '
An Excitino Scene. In New York on
Monday afternoon, the busy thoroughfare of
the Bowery, near Chatham Square, was made
the scene of a most exciting personal encoun
ter between two of our citizens, the Globe
says, one of whom, as we learn, is an ex-Al
derman, and in which the latter came off
A gentleman casually met Miss at the
oorner of Fourth street and the Bowery, audaj
being an acquaintance iu the family, he, after
a little chat, concluded to accompany her
down town. An omnibus was accordingly
called, and the twain entered. They pro
ceeded aS far as Hester street, when Miss
, wishing to do some shopping, requested
the string pulled, and the gentleman handed
her out, volunteering to be her escort. They
had proceeded but a few steps, however, be.
fore they were met by the brother of Miss
, ' he being the ex-official alluded to
The brother immediately took charge of
the young lady and placing her in a milliner's
store, which was near by, he commenced a
course of severe invective towards the indi
vidual who had thus faracted as the compan
ion of -his sister. Tha cause we could ndt
exactly learn, but are informed that the gen
tleman assaulted bore the attack With much
good nature, until words being exhausted, he
was Struck twice In succession by the enraged
brother, when concluding, we suppose, that
forbearance had progressed to its ultimatum,
he returned the compliment with interest ;
and, in the melee, the ex-Alderman was so
severely handled, that deserting his sister
he took to his heels, and made himself re
Singular Disappearance Another Girl
Lost. The Sherbrooke Gazette relates that
a girl about 17 years of age has recently dis
appeared in the township of Bradford in a
singular way. It seems that on Saturday,
tho 16th of September last, this young wo
man, calling herself Eliza, or Eliza Ann
Gray, came to the house of Mr. Oliver Friz
zle, in Bradford, and remained until tbe next
Wednesday morning, when she disappeared,
having loft her spare clothing and bonnet in
the house. The singular manner and sudden
ness of her leaving, induced trntie search
and inquiry, and on Thursday week last, the
ninth day of her absence, the clothing which
she had worn was found .a short . distance
from the house, iu a southernly direction near
the road. Every article of her apparel ap
peared to be there; with tho exception of
shoes and stockings; and it was reported on
the same day, that some boy's clothing, snf
ticient for her covering, was missed by the
family where she had been staying. The
girl stated that she had been living at Dal
tou, and lastly at Columbus, K. Ii. She men
tioned havii.g friends in some of tho adjoin-
nig township, the s ol good stature, ai:
stout for her ai'', with dark hiiir and com
plexion ; seemed intelligent, hi'al'.hy and ac
Foa Orioos. Judge Bryant, lately ap
pointed to the Supreme Court of Oregon, ex
peots to leave for his destination about the
10th of November. He will embark at New
York or Norfolk for Chagres.
Forty miles of the New York and Erie
Rail-road, south and east of Dunkirk, are
graded and ready for the superstucluro. On
the twelve miles formely laid and completed,
the iron has been taken up, as well as tbe
timber sills, and are housed for preservation.
. A recent Prussian paper announces llmt
"in Codeniok, a lady's maid shot heiself,
yesterday, from diappoiuted love." A sub
sequent number of the paper had the follow
ing curious correction : " The notice of a sui
cide is to be corrected, so far as to say that 1
the eveut took place, not in Copenick, Vj'at in
Potsdam J that it was not a la.'.y maid, but
a page ; not of disappointed love, but on ac"
count of debt; and also that the party did
not shoot, but hung himself."
We regret to announce the death of the
beloved wife of Hon. James Wilson, member
of Congress from New Hampshire. She died
on the Sth inst.. at her residence in Keene.
She was endeared to all who knew her.
Mr. Doyle, who waa engaged in the late
Slave' Stampede aear Lexington, Ky., has
been tried for the offence, convicted, and sen
tenced t( twenty years servitude in the Peni
the Irappists ot Mount Melteray , are
ending out a deputation to establish a branch
of their order at. Kingston, Upper fcaada,
O" A Gentleman from Califernis says that
that he spent $5,000 in seeking for gold and
could) find any.
UT" A number of young and enterprising
merchants or this city, are about to establish
themselves In California. ' " ';
"D The number of Baker in Paris, is
04, who are divided into four classes' ac
cording to the amount of business. .The first
claj consist of sbeh, at We upwards of (our
sack qf flour a day, and the fourth such as
bake laaa than Ma ' ,
' " " i"-:t-i'.i-i lomit r;.,,: VlU
).,Tun CatAjJl Jifs,cUAiiT, wbodo business
with Germany, pre irnpoVting their goods al-'
An Elephant ik a Baker's Shop. Last
week as Mr. Hylton't' menagerie was enter
ing Rhayadjor, Waleaj tha elephant was' re
galed at a baker's. He carefully surveyed"
the premises, and about two' o'clock he next
morning, broke out of his tempoty lodainur.
and forced a way into the baker's shop, ami
in less than no time put out of sight fourteen
quartern loaves. .He then demolished the
bottles eontalnirti the sweetmeats; and, but
for the timely appearance of the keeper, it is
not known what pranks this huge beast would
have committed befbre dayligftt. -"Eng,
Northrup, thc Murderer. Amos Nor
thrup, found guilty last week, at White Plains,
of the murder bf Miss ; Gdodnatr, was sen
tenced on Friday, by Judge McCoun, to be
nanpert on the 1st of December. In answer
to the usual question before sentence, he pro
tested that he had been wrongfully convicted
but he said he had "a debt to pay" and was
quite willing to pay it. The only favor he
asked was that hisexecution might be speedy
four days would suit him well and four
uZr A. Fad Somebody says ' blessed
are they who do not advertise, for they shall
rarely be troubled with customers."
ICr End of an Elopement.- The body bf
Hacou, the master of the St. Luke work-house
England, who eloped wtth the wife of the
school-master of the institution, and perished
on board the Ocean Monarch, has been found
but that of the woman nas not.
rO" Ugly Affair. At Louisville, Ky., on
the 9th inst., Robert EwiTig shot Wm. H.
Kelly through the jaw, cutting the tongue en
tirely in two, about two inches from ihe ex
tremity. He cannot survive, it is supposed-
,n A K H I K It ,
In Shamokin, on the 10th inst., by John
Hoff. Esq., Solomon Cherry to Miss Mary
Reed all of Shamokin: '
Tuesday. Oct 17. I8J8 '
Wheat Red is worth 110 a 111 cents;
white is held at 116 a 118c.
Rye Pennsylvania is worth 60 a 70c.
Corn Sales of Penna. yellow at 67c ;
Oats We have not hoard of a sale for
WnisKEr Sales in hhdsat 24c. bbls. 25c.
Corrtc.teri weekly by Henry Master
Whkt. ... (io
Urt, ... fig
Ciirn, . . . &(
Oats. . . :()
UoTTtn, . . -. . . 12 J
Flsialiitii, ... . 25
Tallow, . . . to
t'LAX, ... X
Uveal 1. 1. Flai, In
Ohuii ArrLxa, . 7'
Do. I'r.Actixa', - lAn
V l.t. pt-rxm.a havnti rlniiiia nuilnal f hp firm of
r IVi g'er. Hand ti ('nniunv. of Sl'ain.ilui.
iwi'rhi. N'"limihr.n.l oMlnlv, nit rrqur-ip-'
in i r-HCiii ihrm, iroirly auil'Piilir .1 d, to it
-nli eriluM, nh tiavp len niini Inl a'CHPfi- of
ih mi 'fiun, fr nr'Hi m'ln ; mill all iii.!Mei If
mil fir.n, am loqim 1 In mako p.ymiMit lo n
Aijn.e of II us er, H in- A C
Wf -ill al i-it.1 ,i oi nffi.vt in 8ii' tmrv, on
M.mi. hv ll,,. Silth i.f Or uli-r, fur ilic .in,m i i,
me-in mii prom !. dmv IiiVi' w t irn. i,t
In in k'.
8(1; limy, OVi.ih. r ISIS :
ven l encmrra
t! K li.i..rj ill .'-'ct ....! V ! i!l ti-..
M:.' IV!. 1, t-n, fH -f r'i I L..r-',. iiS,,irA.,
'o triilnt II Tai tim lor itii ( r il 5'li.ai' i.f
Sliamf lm m vii-lra. mi 'T'tir.lav Itif Sili ut H,i;
hi nli. 111 up M'lt A.M. Siihik m .i ii,.
n.nr.l b rxpi.i'il ti. uiv r. I. r-i r.a uf iliir
150 nl mil Ii?- in i rh .lac c. .
B or,lr .if tha B inl.
Einanu! Znfiiitrcnian. Pri st.
B Jiil.ii. Urn.
Mimnokiii, (lit. .tier, . 1818.-
Y Virnieuf a ceil.iui Oulir uf s,i i ,
i.ul ol Hit' l.ninf nl Imiii.iiiiiii C
flu il N..r.
iiiiiiiIm-iI Hii c. UlitJ, Iii m ili-PC't:,
.. I ..l...UO. W ........ .
ill ' (Ulli
N iVKMBtK. A I). 184-.. , . ,'' 1,1
" " v ' LI- U . V tt.m Ail. .1 .. t
iii ihe h. ii. .mil uf 8iiiil'UI
nr l'uri II II1.V
l..d prop-.!;, U. , , V "- '"S
A ctTlj;, fract or piece of Laud,
..lr in Jiier Au.u-i. l..wii.lii,, Nonliunilnr.
' .id rlmny. hi.uiird !) lai.U ,. Win. K il, Te
i.r Onnrf. J.ilm U.lvrn, n l,,A ui,.., .( i..
V lh. I ii, ...... . .1.
itn' nnmoif Khu n th Walda. ami kn.iun liy tl
nme til an Junlaii Irmi. riiniainiug 100 nciea,
inuia oi . AL-Ot
f! eerlain nlhrr true) nf Land
ailiitlr iritii lowimhin ami r iuii ? afur iiil. .l
j iilimg kr Su.uiieliui.ua iiver tin- Manaiun f. rm
o'' 'I'linua H am. d. r'd, ai d 'anil vl Jutiii W u.
eitdi., ,i 1 kn i'vu hy ih nanui i.f Ihe Unli
irai'i, e rilni'Hig ou etr, muri' u' !.
I... tin eaiiilt ol I'huiiiaa (Jiuui, Jtc'd.
THdViAS A. BILl.INUTflN.
8brift"' OflW, i Sh. tiff
Suiitiol. Del. 7 14. J - .......
' f '' - . THE ,
I SHABBIED WOXrJANM ..t . ,
Pfiy-ATE MEDICAL COMPANION. :,
I BY DR. A. M. MAUJUCEAU, 1 ' '' n
. ' . oaos or Dtaataai nr wosua."
''S'Xtrl GUlllJII. . IrlHkv Jty. HoO. frill,
; V- lyis aald la Three Month. 1
Ye of ' auttyriiig, of phyatcal and mental ancuiah In
Itaabjd, mifhl have bceu apamd by f umgl- puaiwaaioMJ
lli iuienM aapacuOly f u,, m .
,h X o ikCii nart cutariv
" aaowltuga a powar. It a. hatha, hanpi
K- . 1
m ravetatioua emuuruvl ia iu bum i.-.
Uei to th-Hiaanda, aa laa iMittnaraUo kfa.r. Vecetvod
by a aula willaiuat. . t t
iT. ' ,vw' iia-na wue.ui. mother the ne
tajtburWiug umo woaaudaul or the on. ia tha deeauaqf
vera win ew aeail aaail Im af 0tMa(a U Uf fW.'
ac ten thou niKl eopiaa have baea aaia U and tikh
St auailia.'wkk aeri
ii the retail, of Uua
lerfeet otnitv ani aeraiuiir. . i
D Uar, tha
Married Woman 'a
aha Vmutt tunc ai i.-, ,
Lhiiaa euoiaimna; a ramiitaiice) ar
i awal ee oual
A. M Maatieaau. bna ltMl. Mm. York Cliv.
MS UuartjMS., New Vork. r
ha "MariW Womau'a Private Medical Canieaaioa'i la
ra Uauaraat Iha Uauad iaucaj , ; j.f
'una a, Urlt
, wzx.x.iAmsFOKt', pa;
THE Trni-iscs' urn this now dodnlioly to an
nnOnrs the nrcshitation fifth" institution.
. I. i.i - u i . . a J . l r u . .
i ii. win oymn on inuranaj ins iain oi orpwra"
lr IsM, wtthsfeprs larnviainn for Ih aoconmo
italinn s)nil Inairiirtinii T V.iuih birth mifi trr fa
male in iha dnnriinen(i of learning pursasd In
'ho heal Actite.nl. .
Tha eituras will ba thorough snd IlBBTVeT"
rmbriKitnt. In .l.liiion lo ih cinmun and hit-Kef
Enahsh tuilfea tha an'cJnipt an I ntimleTn' Wn'
ug, IM-al anil intliumcntal inoiic and Vs'rio'if,
uriianmntid msnrhra ... .- . .. ...
TDfl lON AXDOTHEK EXPEXfE3.
Primary D'par menl, (iti ttjUiifier,) $1 6f
C. rnimiR Kiislidli, - OlT
.,Huh E inh;.' f 'AV,.l V;,W
Ancienl Lai ft!Vgrt. 0 g0'
i. Drawing and Painting, f.lr) w-aj 5
Muar, t . , . , , r r eoo'
Lecture, ',..... , SO
Iiiaviry inalance, taitiori rnual be paid faalf io'
Bnanl and lodging can tie had, in, private (iml
l.ea ii f I AO,' The ereciimi 1 iifeiitn-i hoarding'
hnuara is c.inlrmilaiej at tha earlioat ,iracticabla
riol. , 1 ' , 1 V ,.'
Young man dirpnaed In unite in tluSa am! bnara
lh 1 relvea can reiloce thn expanse O it-half.
Eilucntion ih lis highrat a. id punam aenae, ia ifi'e'
eherivhril jiin in ihia rnie.irie. The mind aliould
1 e ir.intd hoi lor thia life only, but for Ha who a
life fur heavi-n aa nell aa'eanh, Arcoidinglv tha
moat aaaiiluous ami prayerlul atteniion will La
ird to the apirtiunl inteieata of tha" pupila, and .
with lhi gr. at ol'jnci in view ihe iruaura have aa
letted the following hoard nf instruction, lo wil '
Re. THOMAS BOWMAN, A. M.( Piincipal
Kit. B H. HEEVER A. M. -
Mra. SUSAN C CJKEEVER, Prii.cldal of Fa-mat-
Min CA I'll ARINE E. CKEEVER.
ail whom are known and appreeialrd by tha pub.
lie, neweil for their cminrnl qualifihationa to .ima
pan maliuciiona to youth aafor their urbanity and
The locttirm of Uickinaon Seminary ia unrival
led, llio iMiil'iling ia Velired and tUamla on an emi
nence tedirimnndli.g a wide range uf rier ami
mom lain ac'enrry of emrancing beauty. Tha
healtH lirih'e ciiminuniiy i- rxtrannlinaiy good.'
Tii'e town ia auco hle bulb by Canal and .Kail
Itoad, and is among IV moai'i eaunlul rurnl ai-l le.
1111 iila in ihi' Union. Co. nmuiiicriti. 111 aidliea. lo'
ihe Bi'CnUry i.f ilia hoard will re.eie dtienion.
KnBEltT PLEMIf3 fecietary
WlLtlAvaruHT, Auguai ID, IMS U, t 7.
GOLD PENS, PEN HOLDERS & PENCILS.
G. & E. XWcTsiVlITH, '
(Late l Hie firm of A. G. Buglcy ft Co.) '
MAxcFicrtaKHs ur (ioni Pi.ia, I'kj Hni.ni.ita
inn Pancita, '
Xo. 1G Slaldcn L.aue, ew-York,
E. ihn Sul -arrihera (T. r to the irmle. nmt
he imhlic eeiirially. .-nr ililfen-nl atyle
nf 4 r. ild P. n. which are w irrrnud aa ulml all 110
p. rfi etiona liy fur nance, and aiao to lie auperint
in evi rv rcaivci I i miv ntheia mad. H iving in.
-r a-c,i f k iijli' a fir nianuficiunog . wr-.r daisr.
mil id that no pen ah. ill ho delivered fromnnr re
tiihihnirm nn'ra- it is -eif. ct ' We alao kirp
ronsiaiitlv on liauJ our auperior Gold I'mcila. and
I fi.ii'a a ih I en, w hu h we arr cnahlfil 10 Her ol
the lowi .t lali'a. All n d. t aililirMl to the uli
.ciitiem, will bi' carefully and piuiii ily nltruded '
O & E M SMITH, No. 16 Maiden LanaN.Y.
Oct. 7, 1848. 3m
RICH FANCY FURS FOR LADIES' WEAR.
Xo. tO I, Clieatiiut Strc(,
A feio doors aliove Third, Philadrlphia,
would invite the lad.ru ti call hii, I ti .tuine
u..(.iiir -t tk of Muir, Doaa, Tiiirta Vc . f ;
evrry Vaii, ty, rntixia iri( nt II ch ltuiii rt.ihliv
HuiHui'a B.y M nun, Nmw iy Miiiin, ,Mnl Sj. ;
iii.- Binm Manin, Miuiie Alunin. Kriiiinr, Pnch, 1
l.yiil it &p. 'I'hear km hev,. lurn teficieil
ll gr hi c.i e, lid ar.- ill .de by ihe heat worameii '
'il tio'Coiiiiti . I.'diei m y r.al aaKiirrdth.it no
utt.rle w II i.e If rrd for rial,, in ihia eniublialimrut '
fiat ia I ut ,i'ilt-ci in vriy ie4rit
CH tlil.ES O Kr"MIU)," ' '
tie. 1U4, Chesnul irert.' Itetwem
Vnnd and Fourth $ne
R , letnl ei 3D, !84S-6m
To Sihoal Teachers.
V O ! It V. u i.r ieliy Kivrii 'iat llit I. iunl i f
' f vh ii. I !:r. ( Ii. b id l.nwrr Ainnta lii'n.hiji
.1! nifi ! ;hv Inui-e f (frnrue I "unr J, on fc, .
in,- iln- 2S? J j , (Ifoiirr, .,t m nVtock. A.
VI. Lo h.: n,ni.i 11011 Hint a, Iw tt,.n of I'r ,ihn.
t.ii 11, . piihlir rho la if a.tnl di.lriri, T tia.fa
0111 rr-ijiiinil 10 ele I their 't'v ittSrira tr .imiv-
nun, aiciitilii.tj to Kv), ih ai.iftr tf if.
Jt )M N N HF.lt. y., trt,tHttt4
V'trin Sea, ca fer'iy.
lnL.tr AugiAia, rTi'pf. 3h(. tt'.?, ' '
S iAlJ - f.,d It tha
iit'ic nil man
; Jfl A.
K I I, LE n. ,
Thia in an rntirrry rrta- '
Mr n nip- uikI, e mp auW 01"
J wnity.ritadillrronl Uigro.
dicnia, uutl ia an uiujmal and
J-.ilrrnal Kcrurdy mr the va
ri.nia ilia Uail hunaia Itcaa ia
ueir to . v - .
. , IW u, . , , ' ''
Owsha, Colda, Paint, Nerviwa and 811 Headache 1
Rhcuiuatiaui, Cuia, bpntina, Spinal AAeeuons, Sana'
Cmuplaiiila, Chulero Morl.un. Tootliache, Eruulkmi, Calna '
Pilea, Fmn Puna, liur., Etcakla, Actio iu the Facmaarf
Breaal, Puinlera' C iliic. Hriiiaea. old Kirea. ,
lite, Ueneral J)hility, Aathnu, Ac. Put up io airtUrTui
l.a.Tiahulua pMhiUle. For hwb'!cZi.
l'ainphletatolia had of every aaaut KnlJTfZ2
bnei ruatonroi the ociain. diaaovary awl NW OmaS
Audrawa- !., Killer, Ce.llficateairfCaref 30'
LOOK OUT FOR FRAUD; '
Ttia triurniihanl aucccaa of Andrews Pain Killer ia re.
may be truly ikl tTl S m"r
ai.- -:.i. ' ' " IjamtllMiSJ ISmJlllrH
their villainy, to ntem
LUiHial UCOaiatUUallal anaanir
2rul"l", t'P"1' nT
liumra t, ir Ik. ,.,....l4 " . V' "5 "ciBWIia
.in muer," uallir
... havi .;vr rfc"-' 2!Tf
llreuiemher that Aiiriu.. n...,.; u..;. S ?It
mitri. aiauature of I. Andrewa on the taM lLHnUiI
. libiek ink. . Don't .imply for Z kS- rL,t',?
.nrirewa' pain Killer, aud kava no other '
Myyrr, Bloomrimra ; Vm. A. Mnrrav 7 IV
Davenaiiri A Hiniih n...L . i""' .V ?
r tv, :,z:r,i j ,v w,
Order, addraaaed tu 1. Andrm.. .i..
Brr'inber 30, IMa.-1v , " ' ' ' -r., y i I
300 PKRSONSr vTAVrED ! !!l,'
''"HE Sb..rirW ouJrl',reVetfalIy taiorm'
1 kia frtrrnl,. ahd lia Plic generally, that aa
baa jmt received a Urfe nJ splendid a.iotlnjenC
' I Ins , , i i , . , ', i ., , , ,
eonaUiinr apwarda of 300, ameng whirh tan lja
lotiod Cooking btova. ,f different (iM sad eaU
law Pnarbv bloras. Stoves sniubte for Oflice..
Shopa, ate- All tbeaa Slevas will baaaldctvaaa,
from 3 and apwardaLikawisa aa hand, a (arga "
!'!' ?f.!0' P'P. Z'ec, T-wua. BrtA
keiuli of diff.rent sua, Ac .
, Tbe sabecribar raturaa hi. k..k. tJ. tk. 1:1?
aral acouiagman racrivad, aJ iaritas tha --
'"ill?; T".1 h" "rM variatf ef Staaa ht
, CTJOId I roa. Caalin r.r,n. b.m...a
Qraia takta is sclwaa for War.;- -v 1
' " ' " m v. . B, JETTELMOTEIl, ''
. " ''-ftaiiLHif