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SUNBUKtf AME1UCAN AND SHAM0K1N JOUHNAL.
tmM BSBotrran or n ari b uxortuiT
tft ilcctratvT. cofr.tettK TnK.
' (Chas. LaaffeMt, Onvlcted erf ris ttardsr
of Mrs. Catharine sUdttanacher, tu execti
uJ yesterday, at tea minutes before two
'cloak, la ihe yert of ths ouMjr jail The
murder w perpetrated early on the rooming
of March lid, 184S, and for ookl blood
barbarity atanda onparalslled ia lb orlmloal
reoords of PWMylvaoia. . A young) , lovely
and ' bteofbirtf wife, of on of oar moat re
.spectable citixsos, waa atraek -down by lha
ruthles band of aa assassio, and tbia, too, in
the heart of the city, causing the most intense
excitement to prevail But the murderer did
net escape long, i The police and a number
of our citizena were, on the qui vivt, tad on
the afternoon of the next day Langfeldt was
arrested, and waa fully committed by the
Mayor on the following Monday afternoon.
Of the evidence it is unnecessary now to
apeak. Our readers are doubtless familliar
with its general tenor. The prisoner having
been tried and convicted, his death warrant
waa signed by the late Governor of this
. State, on the IStb of June, and was duly
communioated to the doomed man by Sheriff
Lelar. He seemed to regard the death war
rant as a mere joke, and his. actions, under
the circumstances, astounded every one who
was present the reading. Since that time up
te the latest moments of his existence, he
preserved the same stolid indifference as to
hi fate, aud protested that he uevor perpe
trated the murder. He was geneially speak
ing quite cheerful, and with those who. visi
ted him in his cell, he would enter into fa
milliar conversation'. say the least, he
was an extraordinary man, and instead of pre
paring himself for the awful doom which
awaited him, by making his peace with his
Maker, he seemed to be swayed by the crudo
notions of superstition and German transceii
dentnlism, and served himself for his fate,
with a reckleness, which some may have al
' ready construed into firmness. This appear
ed to be his frame of mind, np to the time of
his exit from this to another world. This ex
ecution was looked opon as a thing certain;
and as the day drew near, the Sheriff waa
beset on every hand, and at almost every
hoar, for tickets of admission. The law,
however, being such, many of the applicant
were disappointed, yet enough were present
at the scene.
We arrived at the prison at a few minutes
after ten o'clock, and found quite a concourse
of people, a number of whom were females,
standing in front of its frowning walls. In a
moment or two, the creaking of the hinges
of the heavy gates announced the opening of
the same, and the jury of twelve men, and
the reporters of the press, were soon inside.
A rash made by the spectators to get in, but
they might ks well have attempted to butt
their way through the atone walls.
At the time of our arrival, Charles Lang
fetdt was in communion with two Catholic
priests, but hi refused to make, what baa
been termed a confession, to them, or any
other man or men. It appears that the Cath
olic clergymen wished him to communicate
with them alone, and that if he was guilty of
the murder to confess it to them, aud they
would give him " extreme unction." He re
fused to comply with their request, and they
retired from the coll. The priests had been
with him for several hours, and just aa they
.were about to leave, the Rev. Mr. Champers
entered. He waa also visited by the Rev.
Mr. Fleischman, who seemed to be regarded
aa somewhat of a favorite, and also by the
Rev. Mr. Coleman and others of the clerical
profession. A number of incidents took
place in the cell during the morning, mostly
uninteresting to the general reader. We will
recite one, however. The Rev. Mr. Cham
ber asked Langfeldt why he refused to pray.
He replied, God knew his heart. Would you
refuse to ask the Governor to pardon you 1
rejoined Mr- Chambers. Oh, no," replied
Langfeldt, with a alight shrug of his shoul
ders, a smile playing on his face at the same
time. Then why do you refuse to ask God
to pardon you. "Oh," said Langfeldt, me
pray with yoa in general, me pray with you."
' The little congregation then knelt in that cell)
and a fervent prayer waa offered to the
Throne of Grace. Langfeldt requested not
to be hang until half past one o'clock. His
request waa of course complied with. A
twenty five minute before two o'clock, the
Sheriff and his deputy, with several members
of the press, entered his celland the arms
of the criminal were then tied above the el
bows. He offered no resistance. He waa
then led from hie place of confinement to the
gallows, (n the western end of the yard. He
waa dressed tu citizens' drear, and wore a
glazed leather cap. . Hia face during the
moruining . wa considerably flushed, but
when be appeared on the corridor of the
prison, he waa ghastly pale. The same wild
and piercing look came from his small gray
eye, and he endeavored aa muoh aa possible
to appear obstinately indifferently aa to the
result whit'b would take place in a few mo
menta. He waa attended from the cell to
the gallows by the Sheriff, jury, clergy, in
pactum, a id about fifty other parsons.
' He asoendod the scaffold without help, and
waa followed by the Sheriff, the Mr. FJoisch.
man and Mr. Neill, aa inspector of the prison.
Langfeldt looked aronnd on the assemblage,
and spoke in a low tone to Mr. Fleishman,
and the latter gentleman stated that bo had
been requested to interpret a speech, which
the eoiulemed one waa about to make in the
German language. The following sheeeh
ww made. It will be eaan that the Drieoner
i nor positively assert hia innocence, bo
it opon a contingency. His allusion to
person "lying en her bed," as being an in.
competent witness, is a strange fallacy in
deed. , , Here I stand on too point of leaving this
world, to ge te my erector. Ho know all
things without witnesses, and can judge
without wimseaas. 1 was eondemed by the
J, in Philadelphia, aa the murderer. The
" m witnesses appeared against me,
4 the jodgeaTan hare no spirit in- them
elves in eondenuing a man under sueh eir
WsJmsss. UH the atatasaeot of per.
triage law bed, n conclusion oan be
'bo another ooer was guilty of the
(Here LaagUldt fklurad' very
n ) My writinfc published in in Get-
Democrat paper, proves my innocence.
I fotgirc oft I am going te my Creator who
oan judge- me for all good and off). 1 for
(rive the j edges, toe jury, and the witnesses-
God "will judge." A paoss a about a mi
nute ensued. Mr. fleisohman! then stated
that the eu'prit had written n statement,
which, at bis request, will be published in
the German paper of this city. The Sheriff
then drew a, dark colored capover over Lang,
feldt's head, and placed the rope around hie
neek. He shook bands with the minister snd
the Sheriff, and bidding them good by, stood
alone on the scaffold, On ths brink of eter
The two outside props were noiselessly re
moved, and the next moment the mainstay
waa pullled away, and Langfeldt fell. A
shudder ran over the multitude $ and just as
quickly many were impressed with the be
lief that the rope had broken, and there waa
rush made towards the scaffold. The
rope, however, did not break, but performed
its duty as well as could be wished. .The
fall was as at least three feet, and the crimi
nal swung clear of the ground. Thua ends
the earthly career of as cold blooded a mur
derer as ever cursed the city of Philadephia
with his presence. The gallows used on thia
occasion was the one on which Charles M os
ier expiated the orime of murder, and it was
erected on the same spot.
During the morning, a number of boys, by
means of a ladder, ascended to the topof the
wall which encloses the prison yard. The
officers being in the east end of the prison
at the time, the climbers were not interrup
ted until nearly a hundred were strung along
the wall, like so many so many black bird
The intelligence was communicated to the
Sheriff, and he summoned his posse, who
proceeded at once to drive them from their
position. The wall ia about twenty feet hijrh,
and from its top to the ground was a fearful
leap. The ladder by which the curious and
anxious persons had ascended had been re
moved, and another was obtained and placed
against the wall inside, and the party was
told to come down. Some of them accepted
the invitation, but other's were afraid, and
some of thorn even leaped from their emi
nence outside, and were injured in conse
quence. The following is an official statement of an
investigation made on the deceased
Philadelphia, Oct. 20 h, 1348.
In the presence of the Sheriff and the offi
cers of the County Prison, 1 examined the
neck of Charles LangMdt after he waa exe
cuted, and am satisfied dislocation of the se
cond vertebra took place, thowing the denta
ted portion of that bone forward, thereby
producing pressure on the spinal marrow, and
that death was instananeous, and the contor
tions of the body were nothing more than
Signed Washington J. Dvrrr.c, M D.
The following is a literal translation of the
statement alluded to by the Rev. Mr. Fleisch
man at tho conclusion of the speech of Lang
feldt. It is a curious document. It is a mess
of words so strangely put together, that one
cannot exactly comprehend the meaning of
" Dcatii. Which itfeared ia the sole rest.
Nothing would be a misfortune if though
wouldst take the faithful with his friend.
The faithful Charles Langfeldt has soon ac
complished his pilgramage. Tbia forsaken
and the greatest words are not lobe regretted.
He that sees his end has fallen into the first
steps to be happy. Ha is contented within
himself. But the faithful friends live in the
land who keep their life for to suffer. They
are those for whom one should weep, who
deserve tears Unnecessary foreigner! un
happy traveller! like myself under a great
raw. Liuothanes who returns to what he
loves. He believed he was in the midst of
savages. He speaks and is not heard. They
speak to him and soon he can answer n
more. These two languages are unknown to
his heart. I amagine very well that it ia
one'a duty to sleep for evermore,
Inaccessible aux memo tout eelle de la
vertue.) Inaccessible for all is virtue. It is
here where 1 stop my pace. It is here where
I burn my ashes. 1 feel yet a desire without
ceasing. My eyes were fixed upon Phiia
delphia to have there my grave, and may lh
grave remove without ceasing.
CtUtltS LANG! E19T."
One of "Hoe's Last Fast" four cylinder re
volving presses, similar to the pair upon which
the Ledger is printed, was shipped from New
York last week for Prin, to be used on "La
Pa trie," the same having been built to order.
Eight, if not ten, of these presses are de.
manded in Paris for use by the several pa
pwrs of large circulation. A the French la wa
prohibit the Introduction into France of ma
chinery of foreign manufacture, all but this
one will nercsarily have to be manufactured
in that country. For liberty to build in this
country, and introduce into France this one
aa a "itorhng model," Col. Hon obtained
special permission of the French Government
under th monarchy, last winter, whilst in
Pari ; and be has now gone oot again ha v.
lug started in the Cambria on the I Bin, to
put this pres in operation, an I arrange for
the building of the others in Paris, under tha
superintendence of one of tbo young men
brought up in his establishment, hv whom be
is accompanied. Tha price of these presses
is twelve thousand dollars each. Success to
the American invention snd ths Inventors.
Mill Rosssn AaaMTse. John Curry
who waa arrested at Montgomery, Alabama,
for mail robbery, waa n stage owner and
mail contractor between PickensviUV, in Ala.
be ma, and Colombia, Mississippi. He has
robbed the mails of, it ia supposed, many
thousand dollars, and among them ths miss,
ing packages of St. John, Power It Co. This
was effected easily, as he and bis confede
rates had keys of tho patent brass looks, and
could opsn the mails st plsasaro. His detec
tioa and arrest war effected by great skill
he waa almost token m the very act, and was
forced to disgorge tho packages which be
hod purloined the night before. - .
A Maiden Lady, named Susannah Laurent,
died at Montreal, at lbs advmoead ago of o
years and days. . . ; ,
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BW. CAftft, fivsme BnUdln, Third street, oppnett
th PnlMalpMa Kxehanee, laretnierly unthnrfudtn receive
dnrtiMoienta and uteorlpuun fur this paper, snd receipt
Dcmocsatio National Nominations,
GEN. LEWIS CASS,
OBIT. Wv. O. BTJTUM,
WIM.tAM BlOl.F.R, of CtearBeld.
DAVID P. WAOENER, of Nnrthamptna.
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old, would be taken aa an apprentice, at this
O On our first pa?e will be found the
conclusion of an interesting Biographical
Sketch of Sir F. H.
C7 The Philadelphia Ledger appear in
a beautiful dress of new type.
rTT" Th- Hon. Dixon H. Lewis, TT. S,
Senator from Alabama, died in New York
on Wednesday last.
fXT" We must continue to ask the indul
gence of our rcacVni, as a want of hans
prevents us furnishing the usual amount of
reading matter. In a week or two we
shall do better.
fjy CotwT. Our readers will see, by
an advertisement in our columns, that Judge
Anthony gives notice, that Jurors, parties
&c., are not required to attend court, until
Wednesday the 8th of November, as the
Court House will be occupied in holding
the election on Tuesday the 7th.
07" We call the attention of our readers
to a number of new advertisements in this
C7The Ledger makes Gov. Johnston's
majority 302. The Harrisburg Union 283.
ttT" We call the attention of our readers
to the advertisement of Mr. Kocher, who
offers for sale at public vendue on Saturday
the 18th of jov. next, the valuable faim on
which he now resides.
THE PEPtN TOWNSHIP COVJtTERrtlT
We cautioned our readers last week
against the counterfeit S5 notes on this
Bank, and gave a description of them from
Bicknell's Reporter. A number of them
have beeu put into circulation in this neigh
borhood. One of them was handed to us a
few days since for inspection. The best
way of detecting them is by observing on
the right end of the bills the words snd
figures, "Five dollars 5 Five dollars"
inserted in two lines. These lines are very
small and are on the outer edges of the en
graving on the right end. In the genuine
notes, one line commences at the top and the
other at the bottom. In the counterfeit
they both run one way commencing at the
top. A good judge of engravinp might d
tect them by the engraving of the word
FIVE on the left of the iTnette. The
F and I are both somewhat out of perpen
dicular, leaning forwards.
THE COtolKO ELECTION.
The defeat of our democratic candidate
for Governor, has wakened up many of our
voters' who remained at home, during th
late election. They feel, in many instan
ces, sorely mortified that our candidate has
been beaten, and that too by so small a ma
jority, that s'most any one county in the
state could have changed the result. In
this county the democratic vote will, no
doubt, be considerably larger than at tbe
At the Presidential election in 1S14, Mr.
Polk's vote was 2U6, Mr. Clays 1547, to
tal 3993. At the late election, Longstretb's
vote was 2121, Johnston's 154.6'. Decrease
in ths democratic vote 322, while the de.
crease in the whig vote is but I Upper
Mahonoy, which con poll 230 votes, polled
only 175 at the last election. There are
only 8 or 10 whig votes in the township.
Lower Augusta can also do better.
By JktronTAVT mow Euaorc By th
arrival of the Europe, we learn that Smith
O'Brien has been convicted, and recom
mended to mercy, but without hope, there
has been another (evolution h Vienna.
The Emperor has fled. Some of ths troops
fraternized with ths people. Count La-
tour and Count Lambert; of th Ministry
were arrested in their carriages and mur
dered by stabs and blows in ths street. The
Cholera is ia London and Edinbarg.
It is calculated that tho London pleasure
goers spend on Sundays through the year, ii
tho odjooont villages, ths enormous com of
no million three hnndred 'binnsnit pounds.
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11 1 i
Adams 18ft MOO 10 ' I3S1
Allegheny, 8741 IMS 1164 l6
Armstrong, IMS 145S tlSS 1094
Beaver, I14t t7M MM S74
cdford, MM 1147 t7Sf MIS
Berks, 8674 4000 1411 4M7
Bucks, SMI 486 J : S24S 8084
Bradford. 3568 SMS S74I SS41
Butler, til) M47 J308 9410
Blair, 1427 M9S
Carbon, 90S SSI 996 768
Crawford, S3S4 M36 M61 3580
Chester, 5550 6070 S140 5895
Columbia, S370 1738 81 57 1980
Cumber'd, 3159 3063 S069 3989
Cambria, 1133 966 1431 1151
Centre, 3435 1860 3544 1649
Clinton, 885 688 1004 808
Clearfield, 874 554 1111 630
Clarion, 1883 814 3338 1353
Dauphin, 3401 3285 2269 3249
Delaware, 1466 2090 1500 1975
Elk, 128 101 283 145
K.ie, 2228 3621 2087 3500
Fayette, 3429 2804 3290 2776
Franklin, 3298 3901 5988 3758
Greene, 2353 1418 3362 1354
Huntmg'n, 8575 40R6 1871 3289
Indiana, 1448 , 3200 1568 3371
Jtfferson, . 731 571 993 783
Juniati, 1260 1089 1201 1103
Luzerne, 3950 2699 3785 3967
Lancaster, 5943 10295 5514 9727
Libanon, 1791 2631 1800 2637
Lehigh. 3811 2553 3i96 2550
Lycomiiie, 3629 2013 3298 1850
Montg'ry, 5596 4491 5218 4645
Mercer,' 2869 2850 S104 3642
Monroe, 1306 414 1769 425
Millliu, 1519 1518 1591 1443
McKean, 419 340 429 376
North'ton, 3870 2786 3476 2551
North'd, 2446 1547 2124 1546
Perry, 2321 1730. 2064 1339
Phil Vy co. 13482 13972 21000 35961
Pike, '521 135 612 126
Potter, 554 240 627 218
Somerset, 1035 2561 1103 2755
Schuylkill, 3404 2571 3538 4264
Sullivan, 360 12
Susquehanna, 2697 1802 3416 1597
Tioga, 2193 1169 2077 1219
Union, 1765 2788 1686 2887
Venango, 1377 966 1533 988
Washington, 3973 3873 3948 4065
Wayne, 1657 899 1155 855
Warren, 1149 899 1145 947
Westmorel'd, 4978 2672 4955 2856
Wyoming, 899 814 948 780
York, 5071 4237 4345 4162
1st District, Lewis Levin, Mifire, W.
2d ( Joseph R Chandler, If.
3d " Henry D. Moore, IF., gain
4th " John Robbies, D.
Sth " John Freed ley. W,
6th " Thomas Ross, D.
7th " Jesse C. Dickey, fT.
Sth " Thadeus Stevens, IF.
9th " William Strong, D.
10th " M. M. Dimmick, D.
1 lib " Chester Butler, W.
12th " David Wilmot, F. S. D.
13th " Joseph Casey, IF.
14th " C. W. Pitman, W.
13ib " Henry Nes, IF.
16:h " J. McLanahan, D. gain..
17th " Samuel Calvin, W.
18 th " Andrew J. 0lr, IF.
19 h " Job Munn, D.
20th " Robert R Reed, W.
21st " Moses Hampton. IF.
224 " John W. Howe, W.
231 " Jms Thompson, D.
24th " A. Gilmore, D. gain,
Much has been said of the change of
Schuylkill, by from 800 in our faver to 700
agvnst us, at I this change, it is sai I, has
bwn pro luce I by tho Democratic Policy.
This is not tha fact, nor has ih chuisr b.-en
produced to any extent, by D tmosrats vuting
for J ih iston, as th figures will prove. Th
Democratic Party increased its vote over 1844,
321 voles, and lost on tlie vote of last fall but
182. Oi the contrary, the opposition, in
creased their vote over 1344, 1877 voles and
over th tt of 1947. 1433 votes.
Il'it are th) respective votes of 1844, '47
In 1844. Shurk S217
1 f hunk,
Ohio. The Columbus Statesman givea a
complete list of of tbo members of Congrese
aud ot the legislature. 1 hv results are :
Congress, 10 11
Seuatf, IS 18
House, 35 37
Joint ballot of Legislature, S3 St
This doubtless re-elect Mr- Allen,
Col. Jefferson Davis, U. S. Senator from
Mississippi, hs made a speech to his consti
tuents in favor of toting tap arms to uullifj
-ho Wilmot Proviso, should Congress pass it
into a Jaw.
Richard Willis, brother of N. P. Willis, has
returned from Germany, woe re be has beeu
studying musie under the best masters. Ati
American composer of th first class will ho
Out of every 104 emigrants who teava
Liverpool, tot go te tho Uuitnd Slates.
Tho editor of a newspaper at Penh being
t'hallanged tho other day by Kassath, tbe
leader of lbs1 Maygar party, eooly replied
hat My too) afSt give a challenge, but that
two issls wen gjaiad for a fight.
Waihikqtox, Oe. tt.
Too Secretary 'of the State, Mr. Buchanan,
addressed tho assembled Dmioeracy, las'
night, inn speech which oecnpied la fan
hour In Its delivery, principally upon th
Pennsylvania election, and evidently intsnd
ed for circulation in that State.
He came out against General Taylor, as
being a purely military man. He said that
the free soil question was merely a transient
one, and would dio away as soon as Califor
nia and New Mexico were admitted into the
Union as States', meanwhile slavery could
not exist there, edeept by legislative enact'
ment. He did not believe the Democracy of
Pennsylvania would find there principles used
for an issue which waa devoid of ubstanee.
He was favorable either to the Missouri com
promise or the bill passed by the Sena'.e,
leaving the question to the Supreme Court.
MlN's INHCMAKITT AltO IlOMANtTT. A
grasping and overreaching man of New York
in undertaking to collect debt of some forty
dollars of a poor woman, are! out an execu
tion against her, and the sheriff, in the di
chsitre of his painful duty, seized on her lit
tle shop, consisting of few caps and olh'r
small articles, which were advertised accord
ing to law, and sold to the hichest bidder for
about five dollars, in the presence of the
plaintiff. It was stated, at the sale, that the
woman, besides being poor, was sick of con.
sumption. This roused the humane sensi
bilities of the purchasers, and they set the
seller an example in sympathy and kindness
towards an industrious female, by sending
her triiik's back to her, with lhir pond
wishes, the sheriff also forwarding his fees.
The plaintiff pocketed th remainder of ih
money. He may have a full purse, but what
an empty soul.
1. O. O. F. The Grand Lodge of poiwsvl-
vania was in session last week upon th" sub
ject of the new Grand Lodge Const itut ion,
with a full attendance of members from the
country Lodges. The constitution, as pro
nosed, was adopted with some amendments.
This will introdrce the representative sys'em
a measure rendered necessnrv hv 'h rapid
increase of the number of P. G's. The pro
rmsi'inn to e'ee1 Grand Lodge orT cer bv a
meeting o' 'h P. G's. in th"ir own Lodges
pnn a eernin dr inea nf 'h" T"esn
no l" in the bodv of the ft T... was no ndor.
ed 'th" measure b-'ing tns bv a mnvvitv of
o. Th ws'i'iitwn will not go ino ope
ration lin'il 1851. snd nvt "rot Jw approved
by the Grand Lodge of the United States.
New Satellite or Sati'sm. Th" new
satellite of Jta'iirr, whieh was firs' soen bv
M'. R-md, of the Camb'H OIs-"v'nrv, on
the ni'-ht of September 16, was diaeovred
hv M'. f.ssa", an as'ronome'r of Liv.rprio',
on the nighl of Sept. 16. I isn ainirn'nr fnet
hat this satellite, nfter eluding th" nbsrvn.
tioo of as'ronomers for centuries, shnn' f h
diaeovered almos' simnltnno"s'v in E ur'nnd
and Ameriea. A'l American Astronomer has
'he honor of having first made its existence
Vnown to the world.
Ths Picr.otis ki th Trrts got on bnar I
of the Niagara at Halifax ; the pigeons, in
spite of every effort of Captain Ryrio lo de.
tect them. Four of them were let off in lhi
Bay ; one was sh it from the steamer thn oth-ra
escaped unharmed ; but the weather was so
thick that it is doubtful whether they gained
much on the steamer.
What Hoasr.ri.MH Can Do. A feat of
trotting was performed on Friday over the
Union Course by Mr. Bridges horse Trustee)
which is said to have no parallel in the his
tory of turf, viz: accomplishing twenty miles
in fifty-nine miles and thirty-five and a half
.W Jt It H I ft ,
In Money, on the I9ih insi., bv Ihe Rot.
Mr. Birnhar', C. F. B.iAt, Ei ,to Miss Ett
sabcth Hill, both of the former place.
D i i; ii,
In th Borough of Mnney,'on the 19 b insl.,
EI.ARF.01IENANDEZ, a' uative of Mexico,
aged 16 years.
The dereased necompanied Lt. Cot. Riin.
die on his return from Mexico to lh United
States. Soon after his arrival at this place
he became affected with lh dropsy and con
sumption, which terminated his existence,
SFHILASBIVHT A Te."
TrrsnaT- Oct 17. tats.
What Red is worth 110 a HI cents!
white is held at 116 a 1 18c.
RTK-PenneylTania ia worth 60 a 70c.
Conn Sales of Penna. yellow at 67e
Oats. We have not heard of a sale for
Whissct Sales hhds at 24c. bbls. 25i
" THICK (TKKEXT.
Cnrrtrlti wrtk'jf Ay Ikmry Mautr
Burt b. . .
BANK OF NOItmu.MBKKI.AXU
4 N Eltetioi will bi h-ll at Ihe Bulking
m Hms, oi MinUy, Nivanbnr 2trth, be.
:wmii the h airs of 10 an t S o'clock, for th
purpose of chawing Thrteen Directors to
srve for th ensuing year,
Th annual mttmur of lha st-ickhllars
will b hild at th i Banking h on Tues lav,
thtTih day of November at 10 oYU-k A. M.
J. R PRIESTLY.
Northumberland, Oct, 28, 1848.
O'itert! Oyster! ! Ovstcra! I i
H. T, SANDERS.
at'iPlCCTFrjLLY informs the ieiiene el
tsuuboey an I vicinity, tbt he oo.iaUnl
ly haepa on ban I th bat quality ef oysters,
in th shtll ni I O'htrwiaa, which will be
aorvtfd up tir lh hM style, et tha shirts
olio". Alit ai asstrtnstntof eonfee'iiuvary.
His os'abiiahnanU is oppisile J. Tounc's
store, Market stroot, Benoory.
Banbury, Oct. to, istllms
FAIM l'Olt SALE
At Pensile Tmm.
'HE subscriber will otTer for saWi on the
1 premisift, on Saturday tbe 18 h d of
November, 1846, at It orolock M.,by publio
veouuo, lue vaiuaoie ntrm on wnien ae re
aides, situated iu Shamokin tewnshifa. Nor-
tnumoeriana county, me rarm ta.situatid
near the Centre Turnpike, about 7 miles Itjm
Suiibury. and contains 1221 acres, about 90
uores ot which are cleared. The balanti i
exoellent woodland. About SS acres are new
ground. The old land baa beeo nearly all,
well limed. There is also, on the premises,
about aiz acres of good new meadow. The
improvements consist of one new TWO STO
RY FRAME HOUSE, and a new FRAME
BARN, and also a good rKAJiK HOUSE and
BANK BARN, in good rerwir. There is a
good Spring house, and a fountain on the pre.
mises. Also an urvnuru oi about vu apple
trees, and a number of peach trees. An in
disputable title will be given, and possession
delivered on the 1st of April next.
Terms and conditions will be made known
on tha day of sale by
Shamokin township, Oct. 28, 1848.
'I' HE undersigned, appointed by the Or
1 phaus' Court of Nurihumberlaiid Count:,
lo niuke distribution to and among the hem
und legal representatives of Thumbs Grant
dt'o'd ; hereby notifit s all persons interested
in said matter, that be will atleud to tho du-
tie of his uppoiiilmeiit on $niurilv, the 4h
of November, hi hi oltice in ihe boronch of
buubury. CIlAItLfcS J. HKtiNfcK.
Sunbury, Oct. 28, 1848.
Dissolution of Cu-Pui'tncrslii
T'HE subscriber hereby givs notice, that
. th C'l-mrtnership entered into ihe 31st
lay of Maji'h, 1847. bv Anthony Dengler,
Jacob Haas, Diniei R. Haas a"d Peter Hans,
was dissolved th 14'h day o'Februajy, 1848,
by the wi'h Irawal of Jacob Haas, from said
Co-partnership; th remaining partners a
greeing to ptiy all just dibls of the firm of
D 'ngler, J. Haas & Co.
Shamokin tp., Oct 28, 1848
J. J. OMSlTOTCrS.
(L.Mle Keller . nreniMxh.)
AXTD MEOHiNIOlt. EKO 1TEEB,
DIVWINGS und pap-rs for lhi Pat-nt
) A) , nr-'pir -.Ian I all ;he necessary bn
aiutfs , in relation to secuiirg patents, tnir.s
acted, and promptly attei ded lo, at their of
fice opreisite the Patent Olfice.
October 28, 1948.
Vol' to .liinr..
'I HE Graod nnd Pe'lt Jnrors summoned to
attend the Novnib r Term of mil Court,
at Suiibiirvo i Monday the 6 h, nei'd not np
P''r m. til Wrd:i silay, th" 8 h of Novemrwr.
at 10 o'clra-k, A. M., "ss ihn Court H nsi" will
be ocei'pi "d on Tliesdnv, i i holding thn Pre
S'dt'ntihl eli'c'io'i ; and Jurors g mi erallv will
desire to embrace th opportunity of attend
ing thn poll, in their r"spi'etive districts.
Rv o'iler of h'- Court.
JOHN FARXSWORTH, Proth'y.
Sunb-iry, O.rt. 28lh, HI8
1.1. jirr-.i a iin n. rtai aiiiiai it( m
lei.g'e. l . A lniipn. of K'.xn.'ki'
'uwi.ahii. N'i t Li'-Uiiil r.Mi' Iv. aie iron le
la r -enl .Ii m, itrni.ei' aiiitentir I l. In
-illi en1 ale, a h tar Ii niiii.'i ii d ana cure
h aiilftrm. f.rwi.m n't ami ail in. el la i I f
a -il 6 .n. a-e n q ia teit l.i n.ake pt maul to n-
Itiiiul ! lai ,
W l.T.tw FA '"ELY.
11 HllEX KAOBLV
Aasi ea i.f II n sr. 11 ia- Ac C
We wii ai-ei d oio rlfii., in 8ui.hiiry.ni
M.m.laT tin 30. h i'f !. oh. r, Im ihe ,u'i'0-e nl
inee'ii t an p r-oo- wlic mav hue Mttfin nl
to in ke.
8 i. tu-y. (Irt.ih. - ! IH48 -:l
! IE II ii Jo hrhonl U r.l r wi meet !
' tl.e I'uli ie 'hi nl t-'el t L r-'' n nff i
o eii'pl tl I'- hit . o tie ., ' SI 'htm. a
l ami'lii ii n-h a n, ( o i ih. Jmu ,.i im,
n n Ii. a In . K, M M iai r- t tl.
'I.iaol I I he 1 1. eel -.1 ci.e r I- r i eea .l iheil
(n ) aii-l m n ier a-
H nrl,:r .. ihe B ril
Ema. U" Z imerman t'risi
S J. hi.. Hen.
Khiniokm. O. i l ar. S 1818.
Ao.ioi ic i:i
Y Virliia uf a iriU'n (I dei of Wal-, i-au-i
ul .it lue I ouii i-l n. on Pleia ! N I
.It ! . d r ii' I ne ilirer'e.l, aii i r aot
I u'rl rk I M "ii M 'Nil W. tht 6ih div
N VKfULK. t U. , al me i; uri h iih
in ilia hmiuati i t nl'Uiy ihe f. lluwuirj ili-.cn
il a , i. i, .. an .
A r rfnln tratt or Hcce of Ianrt.
iluaie iii TJ i'Bi A'l.U'li l.'Wiinhio, No I lUinli i
ami e.-iiii . h ed 1 1 lai il I Vt m Kd, l
'I O e'll.-rl. J.ln V . I. rt n Ixi.d .uii'tidl
In a nna of hi i. nth Wa' i-. ami kii"n h
i ma i i J mlao n l r n'aining 1 00 e e.
0'ia M eaa. Al.tO '
A tt't'tin itlkrr true! of Land
ainst III Ihe loi..h,l ul r-'Ull I afiire-iid. ad
j lli-lia the 8.1-14 oliai iia iifl Ih Manaiun f im
I Tb iiiaa ( am. ilir'd. ai d and ul J.ihn M ,
e lmi, J nn h ih name if ihe Darrl.
Ira ', e ntin.'i'l AO leiea, m.-re nr le.a,
I. . ihreaioe iii I h m a liinil. di r'.t.
THOMAH . BILI.IM!TON.
"her""' nffi,. ii0
MuiilMiry. Oct. 7 l"4 J
33T MOST EITIiO.MSiKI 'jai
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION.
BV PR. A- M. MAVRirEAU,
raoruaos o JUAaa or woaua.
Sink Edui a. lfiik . on. 060. Prira Si
SJ, Carl Sa4a Is TOree Mamlhs I
Yaaia ml aaSariiw. nf nhvaiftU aad BMiital aiaraiah I
aaaajr aa aSactimiaia wila. and naraiiiarjr diaVukUca 10 the
aaanaaa, mm area aoau apaiaa ay s inaety a aaianoa el
Il ia inlendad aa. aetilly f Ik awrried, ' r tk aa c aleaa.
aliliaa mwriiajK, aa rt diaat aaa ba.i najil aacms wbick
ah ald aa kanwa lo ihtta punicularty.
Traljr, kunrMaa ia pinrar. It is Mokh, happiaaaa, afla.
Tha ravatati as a aulnad ia ila para hava prada
Maaaiiaj to th amnda, na la iiuHUaaiaUt Iralafa faeaivad
by the aaik will aUal.
Hoi a. ala , avary fataakwik wife, th ikar, tha aa
ilhar bavWiiaj atto w aaaak -aiw lkaa ia laaaWaaaia
raara ia rk aa aalar ail amp Waa aa iaaa r aal akunai
aa .Haanw ika aaaaaa, aviapt laa, and Ihe aa at aStnaiil
a aad aa. and at aataaia aa ata .af eart, al averp anev
-daiaa lo wkiah kar aaa m aulaaeV
Cefles wltl fee aeal aaan tree al p aetata tetha paw.
Orat tea ihiaaaad yaa kiaa'aeaa aa hp aaail vriSaat
ikrae an ataa. wiik parae n'T aai eenaiar-
Oa iWiaerar a new D kW. lha MwrMS W-aasaS
Prtewa HariiraJ Sl.aaramina" wi aa aaa raaa)
1 1 av awl nf Ihe I'aHoa fkaiae. AS laliaie mm ke pnat.
a at (- aa naMinhaj lawlnaani) aael atktrwaad
rt . A. M Mwieaaa. B . taal. Near-Yark City. Fa.
aaaaaj ia, na laaiii al . waw
TVa MwtUtenaiia Klaaea Maeal
asMSpltil ken tktieskaallh V
w. Si u asu ro r, r a.
WRC Ten Wi . r si4e mow 4imrf si
M. n.ame Ihe oiasVnt4ioii ofih InaiiiuisM.
I will men TMnt.lsV In 11 a el n.rn.
t tSSS, mhh sejJ Miioo lm lh eHi8o
UUoa sml i- nrti, of f tnh b..ln male eni 8
nM.in lha eiarala orhntuiiig pisa in
r MM ArtH..
Ths curM will be lbaro(h end ettamaee.
mhrCln. in (ilttil m lath- .imlki.ii mni kakw
Enash ,i--Mi sucisnt . Sfxlna SaC
utf, al nl initleiMiit! ma U 4 vari4
TUI'IOPI AND OTHER EXPEVE9
Prims.) Dir meui, (, aatttr,) ft cV,
Cmmon Enlrh, S M
Hi ii her E gush, . .
- Ane ant l (nsrt. '
D awii g nod Pan tm, ( tr .)
L-itarr. : ' 1 ' '
In ry Mitanes, laitiun ! k paid a. It- m
B mil sn-i loilgiiiR can Iw hd in iriai f.ani ,
i . 9 ' tu ' he rmi n I ssu n ivr b-idN g
-iiis H t inimp'SiSil kt ibs riiKei I'tnei t 4
t il. '. t
Yniii'g inen dip .red t ai.l' n rtiitis nit ti.Vrd
I r rrm ran If.. nr. lhf lnnt O hiiW'.' .
E.tneoMiMi mi itiith-l a d iu sm-a I-ihe
r t A lim iii ihi me yt e. Tle.a.dstita'd
e if imd n l.w i m lit- lui fur iu wba
ifrf !,. n iliaaranh. Ara i4i-( Hi
'41 s-iitiiuiis anil ir'lut "IIhtIN'O will j
.ill in the r ri o il iii-eirU of Ihs npils. tt i
nh lhi- sr. si ol j el in few Us luaii.c har
rcti'il tin fn I n s to til . f iiiliiirai4, hi an I
K .'IHiMsHOVl MN. A. M , Pianip-I.
Hr. H H. KEEVER M
M s MJ-tAN C t;REEVER. Pri eidil of Kt.
o.l. D pal 'Ml. hi.'
M asUA 1 1MRINE B. I hEEVER.
ail h .m r hi.noii and Sip'fnl rt hv Ihe p till-,
I f.r t elreini .mil q iatifl ali.in I im.
ait nai nriiiin- m y.,lh a l.ir hcirtt'ta.ii ind
'l.p I rii"ii of Di' k'nnn Hnrnrv l anrivs'.
!. ih l iiilil.i.f a reli.a.1 r.H .laxils nn emi-
eura eonmi n'i I wdi- i "i of rtvar a id
a hi lain scan'rv of i n nnrim driutv. Itia
h"l h if il' runimnni'V I- riira.itiHiia te.xi.
fhs on i are hie huh v t'anal Mid H 4I
Kitnil. ami ' aniiM.j tha mnt Ifauliful nv-t tr-ttla.
n u in ilia IJ'ii'in On nnnnici'i'ti a Idira lu
he arct-Urt f ihe h .ir-t wdl i "aivc lien i.ia.
K-'BEKT N.EMIMfl Secretary
WiLtuaar 1ST, Augut 10, 1644 I'll 7
GOLD PENS, TEN HOLDERS fc PENCILS.
o. r ivT. ivr jth,
(itc tht firm of A. C. Ba(ly Co.) '
Ma-rPACTi or (iolb Pa, I'kh bliiib
Xo. 16 Maiden L4tue, Ktw.Tsrk,
I V'E ihe "11 arri'ier ft t to t a irnde. and
w 'he "ii'i'ie tewralt. nt differ, ni alvlea
f It-ilil P n wh rh are w.rrenml a inai all In-
p rt r oi. i. iii tia'iue, anil ala.t 1 1 be auiie.ina
i" e r rea wi I .n iiiKe.a mad". H ii r in-
r f i-i:ilie f msnnfiriiirinf a.ifi' de'a.
am ed that ieo s'i ill If ielirreil fi.'moi.r
1 .liihme. un'.a. 11 ia eifcl n !. krp
r lula ll mi hs'ii' our aimer nt (Jilil I'tnri'a l.d
I'e.i i s nh '!. hh h we mi- eoaMe.l 10 (T l al
ti'liiw ! at.4. Alt i d" .lcl'e.d lolhe "'a'w
-riilier,, will h'- rarefully iiit p morily itirnda.1
(i A E M KVH'fH.Nn. 18 Mai.tsn LensN.T.
M. 7 li4S 3 n
RICH FANCY FURS FOR LADIES' WEAR.
Xo. I04 hrstnnt Strrer,
A ftu doors abort Third, Philadelphia,
w niil lnl a the tail e I rail o ' 11 inn kia
upe im -i k f Muffa, U.'S. T'ia .f
ae.y aii.lf, eni mat ul tt rH Nil' 1 N tlr,
lIuiK'Hi'ii tiny M .inn, N.uw.. M tin, Mok t"
le R.i ni Mailti', Hl..ie Van 11 hiniim. K uh
l.yoi Ac dir. Thene ,kmi I . t. in l rtrd
wil sr' 1,1 r-e, ml ar 111 i'e In ihe heal w. tkaaan
n lhe.Hinti. I. die m y net anmed ih"l aa
rt-rlr w II I e . flared fit' -lie in ihia e-ihli.hiei nl
list iei' irlrel in era ie-peet.
CH n I!l ES IIAKFODU,
.Vs. 104. Ch'ftut tttitt ht'uvn
Tnitd und Fuurlh tr.k
. -, Innlia, 30, ISIS-tin
To School Teachers.
O'I'II'E la t.eieht piarn tt al tl a h.iard uf
- Hi'hiM'l Dif i-'ii'i ! I. ii Anfuxa iiiwn.h'p
ill me.'t at Ihe hou e f O urn I'ltiii d. n S-'
ur.la. iheSSi d J . f Oi'olr. ai II) ' aci.A.'
t.f'r h n ml linn an I ai l. rti 'ii of ! eacheri.
- it epi lie rib't la.f mil ili.lrni. 1 lueieee
.tr rnii r to ala I iheir I'e.rhern fir eiaimas
ion, sirtrdii'S In I w. ihe m d..
W.itb tr c r)e'iy.
l.otr AugUeU.tbut, 3l, IR4f.
I. ANDREWS RlUCT TO THS SlCI '
. a-,. 11.:;;. t ika Weak!! A
iT.y UMM ia I uad lit ih
..11 K puuti race ia aia.
UI.N K 1 1. L t It.
1 t.ia ia as uitirrly acpata
1 1 cop vi. r B p. atd i
'lam t iiediSiuDi inpre.
ditn f, I'Bd ia u uilarual ai d
Ki mpl l eneity f lk a
ri m ula Ikai kuawa Seek ia
C.-erbe, Colda, Peina, Nanr aa and Sirk Bradarke, .
Rhaaiuaiiaui, Cala, Si rum. SfwaU Ati na, Sia.Baf
'.HulainU, Ik' Irra Mnrlaw.T mliarbr, t nipii i a, Cuine
IMea, p'r sell Pxna. Hi ri a. Feelda, Aaac a lit Fare aad .
Kreaat, Paint, ra' C Uir, Rruiara, d S rea, i aa of api.
liie, Oaueral Lrlalily, Aail tna. Ac. FM ap ia bolUea iu
Paini hlna tube had nt' every apnit pratie, c Bainiof a
brief hiat ry ' I'the -eipiu. ianter aad giade tSee:eof
Andiawa' rain Killer, CertiScatce uf Curee, direction. A
I, S V 4 alillliiuja per a tue. M turtner paniraaini aaa
LOOK OUT FOR FRAUD.
Tbe triamrhaut aucceaa i'f Andre we Faia Bif-eria re
aaiHiiNj the cuuere thai pr duoe deaik. Ib atiB elv orath
I niilb' na f iair race, kr iiahiecd n aiaai wheaa il
nay be truly said, their nli.jp w (cc,,,,.a maiuiiat
tacit eiiiaiuy, to aiianal . , K , r
a . . 1 . ' . " rvn wi-JUR fr r
aeiii . MM-aj, rtr Arn
1. W. Friliiw. Peuilurv: J ku H haa. alifaui: J k. I
My)r, Bl oinaHir; ; Wai. A. M array C-, l-i avirie ;
lavnir ti A Saiiiih, Pli ai ak;'Awlnw V-kr. Wilkra
ken: lieye A Mc ea-irT, MrSwneTiBa 1 rekaie A'
CkjaerkiMa, I a wiaharp ( lie. m MeAkui, Jie) Sk ra,
t. M. dd. WiUutuar. il.
Oidtra addreareil l I. Aadrtere. iavea"t end aly Tn.
riet rat Ithera T Btpkia evauty, M- Y. Will rtaeiv '
pt n4 a'tanll a.
Septetubar JO, IMf -ly ,
300 PKK8OX8 WANTED t!!
''HE Sahaenher wauld teaverlruly iafoiaa '
I hie Irieiid and Ike hlw seaeialljr. thai ke '
haa ju.l reeeivrd s brge sa.l spleinlld esaoilSBrat '
Very brl kicvc. .
caas'etina )iasrda ed 3M. Bnm g vhirk ra ' b
into d rookii'S lUaae ed d ST real aiae and pat
leraa Parian fciatve. $av.s ankh lai f ires
hope fcr II rkeaa III ke wMiWtu.
nam .Isedapaeid.!.,,.. eeaakai aU...
vaiiefy af Maw tm. Ziaa. T a.waaa. I
kettvlaaf diaVreal bib e
Th eeraeenaverMalra ks rhaak tor Ike liV
rat efJeeMSiaeaaaeiif rereieeal aad ii.a.i.. Ik. ..k.
lie Mreill kaefsaa kia pre.al iti eyaf MfiveaJ kr
OT-Ohl Ihaa; Caat.a,, r. -Va let sad
Aram taker nreukaags tnr ar. ,
JndreA. ' ""l?'" f'" ri Kiihr, but aik f
Anufev iZiu miier, and Iwve b-i ihi-r.
1. IK 1 ELM9TCB. '
T-sVary. f art 91, teUS-la '
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