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'Arrival of the Ear_gla.
Nsw Yoas,.Dscember 31, 1848.
'. • anis, of Saturday evening,,
December, the day before the
scribe the state of that city as
the highest degree.
pieparations are being made in
• Cr. The, police force throufh
;' has been doubled, .on account
sous disturbances and, rioting,
that had taken place.
Louis Napoleon's friends met and organ
ized to suppress .oetbreaks in case of his
General Charganier hes officially rcsion
ed thei'canageship for the Presidency.
M. Lamerune's friends were making
great exertions to secure his election.
' On Saturday evening, all Paris looked
like one electoral meeting.
The Bonapartists wore accused of an im
tention to assassinate Geis. "avaignac•
, One of those person's'who ed with Louis
• • ussidiere hail arr ed in Paris
• . the election.
eived in Paris on Saturday,
, 'aces, state that the election of
t •• on would be the signal of a
'fl''" . • ;.ical rising.
r ~. '`iv of the National Guard have
#.•,:, .••irt...., ~,..•,• , ,•
• . !, ,' .. ; limier arms for Sunday.
_ . .
.T e troops, Garde Nubile, &c..'wntild he
confined to their barracks on Sunday, the
,day of the clection. „
Letters from Marseilles' announce that
the expeditionintended fdr Clyne Vecchia
had returned to anchorages, but the tLoup‘s
tad not yet been diSembarke ‘ d.
Nothwithstandieg, all the excitement re
iarding the Presidency, funds had risen.
Letters from Paris on Tuesday morning,
that the election for President of the
blic, had definitely closed all over
:e, and enough was :known to secure
Nitpoleon a larger vote than was ex 7
dby his most sanguine friends. Ile
in a considerable more than a major
qtes over all other candidates.
counts from the difftirent departments
nee \that the election was everywhere,
hated en calm and dignified principles.
mus, Thhrsday, Dec. It) P. M.-1.7p to
Is date tranquility continues.. Louis Na
'leon has•—•beeu elected president. The
lection retures show a majority in favor of
) rinde Leuis(Omilar in proportion to th . OSe
heady announced. • .
Prince Louis propo
ses to raise Gen. Cavaignac to the rank of
la.rshal of Prance. .. .
A partial' amnesty is' still spoken of a s
ilielv to be presented to the. Chamber, eith,•r
v General Cavaignac or the Ministry o!
Prince Louis. • It'is understeod t tn. it v ill
tot include the prisoners of Yin !nnes..
The intention of promoting the election
4M. Dffaure to the Pre-'t ericy of the
'hamber is revived, an will probably be
:rried into effect. d
.Marshal Bugeaud made. his first Wtisiear-
V:e in the Chamber to-day, and vils ;re
'et! in the Saulte des Paspordus ty M.
•er.s.and M. Mole. .. .
great number of members of :.he As=
bly have to-day left their cards at the
i of Prince Louis. - !
1 e proclamation of the Presh'ent will
'3ly be [lade about the 20th ihstant. •
\cif informed Paris paper sFs, so far
`an judge from the incopplete re
\at arrive to us from th• Depart
ments, he suffrages were diviied in the
Louisplapoleon, 66 per cenct twaignac,
21 per ceritLedru Rollin, per cent— .
Raspail, 4 per cent—Lamartit ,:3per cent.'
It is calPulated.that the Cotnn ssioners who
'have been appointed to exam' e the votes,
will ha4,e concluded their lab on Monday
next, ard•that the National sembly will
.on Wednesday proclaim the resident of
the Republic. We shall the it is hoped,
' ~sally assured of a period f tranquility
ILL LATER. --The . los ,news from
:e confirms Louis Naf•ol on's increas-•
opularity, and Cavatinac's downfall.
returns from the Previ'ices are even
decisive, ns we antiep ted, than the
ages of the Parisians. "1. .Paris the ab
majority of tin. Prius over all his
tethers, was near 20,0 0, and in the
ieu subburbs, ad a t ajority of 20-
and an absoln • mijOrtty of 16.411
3 out of the :36,000 Cites Lolled for all
the candidates. At .13ordsaux 10,000 voted
for Prince Louis, whilst rely ti )00 voted for
General Cavaignac. Julging from all the
reports which have reacted us the Prince
will have'an iinmense trajorit ' Ca
vaignae votes have mostly been - trocured by
Government influence. Aire dy lists of
the new Ministry are
. circulat , .some. of
which place Marshal - )ticlinot =Coup; the
- Ministers. .
• LATER YET.—Louis No poles
. engrosses all the attentim of the
Geitetal Cavaignac was burn
amids a large concourse of people
tat the Place dii Throne.
1. The Liverpool Mail of the 10th
1 • 'that the basis of the NeW Postall
'sent with the United Staten ha:
settled, making a considerable red
',;•'' tnerican letters, and will. be sett
' , present steamer.
•The steamer America arrived
• A.. 4,• and the Acadia in about
4 ?'• t
~ . ..Washington arrived at Pout
....i.' 4 on the sth of December, having
' I TT • d ' _
': • —rine States .4an the 20th of No,
' The Hermann•sailed, on the 12th
'for New York..: , . •i • ' ' i
, . Eurtlier—inteffigence Iram. the CI
' Good Hope confirms thee news of tt,
and of the complete. die ersion. of ti
. surgent Boers. •: ' ' . .
-,... . . . " D
- . Profound tranquility continues.
'evictions, 'voluntary and . : inveluniar!
• gather with the past emigration, coni
Upon an extensive scale. ' The. Lord I
enant returned hisit. iteele. , to. Diiblio
. . ,
see - st to be addressin g his intentions to the
e 0 ttraticin-vf all sine ores . Many officers
in the Coast , uard sdrvice, the post . office,
and board of, public fivorlci, having been
abolished or tmnsferri4 to London.. There
was- even - a rumor Pif the transfer• of the
Irish Court of Chancery to the English me
tropolis,-but; we altogether discredit this.
Duffy is now the only remaining prisoner
in Newgate. His trial commences on
The agitation ' i favor of restoring the
Irish Parliament makes no progress.
The applicatio - made by Lord Fitzger
ald for support, seem in many cases to be
repulsed in unequivocal terms. _
LordeClarenden xv• warmly received on
his return to the .Vto.: ',legal Lodge. The
usual addresses ,ittWasnfidence have been..
voted, coupled witicetlie declaration, that
now that-lA-tate is happily restoro. it is de-
Sirable to promote an emjuiry into the causes
which have stimulawd the. late discontjnt,
and recommending a removal of the many
grievances under which the country hibors.
Thd \ reply of his F4cellency to the deputa
tion arid memorial respecting the late nlleged
jury packing, is temperate, eloquent and
ratiocinative. It disclaims in the most em
phatiC mannerNany studied design on the
part of the Government of excluding 'Roman
Catholics, .as such, from serving as jurors,
and pledging, himself that on further occkt
ions the Anernev General'shall not go be- I
yond the, e lvviti mate grounds of action which I
are ahs; iutely necessary to he maintained
: 11; 1 ;1:i4‘1: administration of justice.
lis I•;x..t 11, , 0 declines to make alteration
i n the ; it stands::
Sol; 11 t rlSrien and his associates remain
in Ri, Hnoml Bridewell. It is rumored
that i; Judges of the Utieti'ißencli de
ride i ;far or of the writs of error, the Crown
will withhold :the requisite sanction fur an
Nye•:l to di, of Lords.
feetri his e
%%,t; found it
f to-dnv n
doaths starvation throughout
Ireland. 'i'here have been exten;ive evic
tions ft 111011:: the tenantry.
The flight of tenants Coward the cadczraot
ships is I.:;ceedincy grotif.
Violent outraaes among, the Ftarving- peo
ple are being committed' in all their dignst
There here eight case; of Cholera and
four deaths in Glasgow during the last three
days, and on Friday twenty-six now ei .. i , st-c
arid six deaths, and on Saturday. there Were
nine case:, and three deaths. The Cholera
is evidentlyibsitling in Scotland.
The revolution in th . ,!,,eity of Rome has
terminated in the flight of Cie Pope from his
dominions, and the head of the Roman Ca
thdlic ChUrch, one. of the tanst•popular and
patriotic P:itices that - ever ascended the
Papal throne, is now at) mdle and a wand
erer. After the scenes dtscribed in our
last, the Pope remained a prisoner in. his
palace in the OA' •I, protocted_ from per
sonal danger by to direct intervimtion of
AI. do Harcbur s,4l2e i ggencv ambassador.
'r he Pope, in flee rom Roue, took ;Ll
fuge at Naples,al . - ul vas unr:er eie prmectitit
of the King. 1101110 continuos tranquil.
The Pope refused to go to France. Ile has
.signed h protest decdaring th) late acts
null and void.
Another account has it that. the Pope has
fled to Sicily. -
There is a ministerial crisis a Turin,
owing to the contest betweenthe peace and
the war parties.
From Frankfort thelews •is imp lant.
The National Assembly has just decald by
a majority of '225 to 111 that nobility s a
distinct and political class, shall bo set a,ide
-and by a majority of *.:53 to 170 that all
titles, nut attached to ito office, shooklNie
The array of the Emptyr now runounA
to 500,000 men on the frontier, and makes\
it evident that he is watchini4 the progress
of events in Europe. The
army is kept in
a high state of discipline, ready to act when
ever an emergency occurs. Such 'a force
cannot fail, to, have its iniluencc•in 'restoring
the' Pope to his throne.
The report of the death of Ibrahim Pacha
had been confirmrd.
,succeeds hint in the Viee-
porr .; u: iis has .abdictcd .in
(nem. .1 H. , I'rincis Joseph, son of
tilt '.", ...—a vomit of eighteen,
who 1... , le,:m himself the
t..e It is supposed that
mach :!trokl in:4Y Emperor's ab
ication in this ; Lis successor will
not he bound as Iredtcessor, by pain
ful antecedents, nit wi H •at liberty to fol
low such a cours as accidents of the times
may render neCl4y.
The military Aitical offen
ces still continue. !nant of the
Austrian army, nt .1:j, has been
sentencey 4 co vienty years
imprisonment in tying taken,
part in the' late insurrection... .Another in 4
dividual, named Urban, hits also - been cob
detnned to twelve years liard.woricius.
for a similar . It has been..remarked
that the young Emperor lways appears in
public in military unifo , and also when
he giyea'audience to deli tations. The Cho
lera is•raging fearfully at Presb9rg.
Privateletters mention that the abdication
of the fate Emperor of Austria had produced
a very favorable impression,increard by the
hepg 1114 the new
,Eiejier9r *Pula agOn
estrtblieh the Court of Vientitt: •• ;
t in 12
Mahoney h• s /
if Dublin had retu
Dufry for .frlouin, is
red in the columns of
me letter to Air. Smith
ri to iebtrllion, which
Gold Mini; and Gold Hunting. D ,tr . 01 the' Coal Region.-LThe Pottsville
Gold is found in most granite ridges Pre- Aft • r's humid, says:
ire nderstand that there is 'ati unusual
.enting Cracks., rind injunctions with quartz, .
nd consequently in thb Sands, beds and gm' of stiffering„in this region. so disastrous
eadows of streams: flowinertim such rid°, h been the business, that many of the working
•a. 'According to geology, which writes in i tri n are deprived of the wages due them, and
I hand qit ito legible to those ivho understand fli ir families are absoNely suffering from want.'?
is alphabet, all metals are thrown up from i
A Jersey Chrisl,7lllB.—The crossing of the Del
he regions• below' the stratum of priori- •x •
ive rock, or' granite, through cracks its wait , by the American army, on Chri nas
,#ight, 1776, and the battle of Trenton on th fol.
~; ~, m. Granite consists of quartl,
c id P , ' - 'o•.nd Mica, fused, mixed and cooled: ...loaang day, were eeiebratcd on Christmas, b the
-l e •• ••• tch of these elemems must b e tb itit t, ;iteepla a Trentha, by a sham battle, in which
selow this cooled - crust., When the crest ilie. TrPnuin vo.lonteers partiCipated, assisted by
racks, either by contraction in cooling, ~.. !the Philadelphia National Guard.
expansive foree below, some of the elect
below are usually injected into the cracls.i
Hence wo often find veins of quartz in stet
of granite, sand stone and other parts of the)
crust, nt right or stnaller angles With thcd4
reciion of the cracked stratum or strata •;•-a
When ' quartz 'is thus injected, it is s me
times mixed with gold alone, someone's
with gold and sulpharet of iron, some,rries
with various metals ; and those ir:tied
veins are sometimes found-on the-seoaths
of the highest mountains, forged trough
the entire crust of the earth. By cetosure
to water.and the atmosphere, the suptinret
of iron slacks or separates the quart, fiber. ,
ating the panic Isr of sul-.
phuret 9r pyt a (awl; rd s
tvaahed 1)• the stores, in
to the beds and 5 )f. rivers,
the slacked quartz heing ako wasted down
as sand. —.Ail it tuerals are find most
abu • dandy in ridges crossing etch otlitt4r ;
. for ere are cracks in both dire tions. and
tat most numerous injections ,n a giver
space. . Seinetinies gold is fond without
I i ; and in this catwthe .uartz is not
slacked, but simply worn amallissolved by
' the rains and floods, especinlb When, aided
by frost, as in great elova bola.. The gold
washed down, is found in Imps. 7rains,
scales and dust, and throtoh the whole
depth of the alio vi,m, how, oft ; t:reat. Anil
it-a ill also probably be roma throughout
;he quartz vein. 1-fence MI 9 gold is found
; 11 a ll ue ; ;;IL , it can geuerallY. !hotted) not al
ways, be trued to quartz vans in the moun
tains from which the rim. flows. But
sometimes the golden sands disa;tpear sud
denly, at different distames'from the ridge.
In such cases, the quartz veins have been
- njected, not into the rit4e, but into some
strata CrOf:;111g the bed 0. the river, which
will be Found on ;40netraing the alluvion.
l'he gold of Caiiforn a Will probably be
I traced to the quartz veils 'of the Sierra Ne•
uada and the crossing- rido.es. This Sierra
Nevada is a continuation of theA tides: be
ginning at Cape I h4rn, 'Lind lw-aceeditor
through Mexico to 11,4hring's,Straits ; and
as go,d is .found ;that.: the Miele A tides of
South A tuerica. and A 'telltale of Mexico, so
it prolia I.ly will, or III:1V be, through the Si
erra Nevada and Cho Mountains of Oregon.
Another continuation of the Andes, and
more immediately of Anahuac, are. the
Rocky :Mountains, terminating ie 'Russian
America. These•ridoo4s are crossed at dif
ferent points, from Cape Hortt to the Arctic
Ocean, by other ridges, minting in various
directions bet weep East and West, as the
main ridges run North and South ; the
points of cro, , siti!rs being called hunts Icy gv
ologists, and always the most fertile in met
als, ' Upper Caliii?ta, like Old and New
Mexico, is very knotty ; and hence time
abundance of silver in Old, and of gold in
New Mexico. As these processes of slack
ing, wearing, washing and depositing, have
been constant through invriads of years, the
alluvial deposits of Caliihrnia are probably
very deep. The Sacramento, flowing
Southerly,. and the San Joaquitn, flowing,
Northerly, rise in the Sierra Nevada, and
receive several tributaries from the Santa
ridge. Wherever an injected crack is
found in this ridge, washings from it will
flow to seine river, carrying the injected
mineral ; and if these injected cracks are
numerous enough for each river, and each
injection contains gold', then will gold be
found • each of these rivers. But these
are points vet to be ascertained: The
whole alluv on of Upper Calilbreia mar
contain gold y and in large quantities ;' and
gold may b 4 \found only in the alluvion of
one river, , asked front only one injection,
and that of e nut very rich. Geological ex
ploratim done can inform us.
'rhe gold of Russia is found in Siberia,
in the Ural and.Atlay ridtrei, and the rivers
flowing from them Northerly. It is also
found on both sides of the Caucasian, the
Oimmaleh, the Minn Chan and the (Thant
liidges. It has also been .found in the rivers
QQ Europe, washed from the Alps; Pyrenves i
- )penines, Darpaihian, Dofrafeltf, and oth
e,ridges. In Vir , Tinia, the Carolinas and
Clirgia, it is wasrtedßifotplb the Allegheny
ridks, of which the Blue and Cumberland
gold be abundant in California, it will
be ot:ained by hai l work. Those who
seek k must encot iter hot suns, heavy
rains, tang marches, hard digging, hard
washin‘. They must renounce all luxu
ries and conveniences, provide plenty of
very stfcog red flannel shirts, pantaloons
that canna be torn, boots that will resist wa
ter and thri,und long enough.to ford rivers.
They mu4sleep on the ground, or on hem
lock bough with stone for pillows, provide
strong, tentkor rely upon bough shanties,
wear - broad4riretned chip or straw hats,
white, use tat simplest. fare, moderately, at
regular hour* (ship-brend, or animalized
bread, are thelest, with smoked beef, and
drink water onl:. They must go in com
ics of ten Imore, on joint stock, each
takin g 's turnp . to do anything. They
ust pay exorbitint prices. in California for
Supplies„and have the gold region during
the rainy seasonal lour or five tnenths.
With careful attittion to all this, and the
hardest work; the*may do - well, and may
not. Those who 'Lye nothing to loose, can
try California, T , )se who aro doing well,
will do wisely to let eltalone.—P. Ledger.
10" Cdptains of s inlissts•at Cincinnati
find, it hapossilile, te gage crews for,Nent
Orleansi on account .1 he Cholera.
Fr One hundred cases of Cholera 'were re
ported at New Orleans on the sth of last month
The number of deaths are not given.
CeThe Boston Courier says : —"Aaron
Burr died a 9hilklipn, according to the New
York Times. So l'urich the better for him
self. If he had five,/ a Christian, how
much' hotter it would have ben for the
On the :Id of December, by the Rev. 1-1.
A. Schultz, in Bethlehem, Mr. Jacob /Cent-
Ver,of East Allen township, to Miss Eli:-
dab. Mang, of Hanover township, Nor
On Tuesday evening Ink, by the Rev.
Mr. Dubs, Rev. Namacl Leith, of Lower
Saucon, to Miss Sarah Gross, of Allentown.
On the same evening. by the same, Mr.
Emdmict .41 , e1e, to Miss Maria Ginleht
ger, both of All , mtown.
On the 10th of DeciimlNy the R e v,
W..'7BNirtninerer, Prie to
Hies Rachel Brien, both of Hilltoivn, Bucks
Now is Your Time to Buy Cheep
IrOil Odid itirdnre,
Barber & Vol/ig,
Respect! ully inform thoir friends and the
: public ' i general..that the;. are determined
to sell tin r Fargo:dock of I ron just received
i comprisim, among others I
4NO Tonl Eopliill Iron,
such as &pure and itiuill. All sizes of
\t a_ which will Ilt• sold at 2.: cents.
I a pound, and for l'.‘sti at t.l cents, flaiii-
Imered at 4 cents, in,,l all siz it American r011,..n.d
,..n.d ATry cheap.
\ ^:':s Ulark.zinitli Anvils. of the best !.ind
and wamilted, at :11 ', cents ti pound.
I. o l lorse S iil lb,ds, the host in the
' 4 l l / 4 4 „.
United States, nail:mind.
Al,so—Cost, Sti•nr, Diislr and Sprin!, ,
Steel. wit he sold ir extraordinary low pri
cos, :tm2etlier with 1. very estinsive asxort
~,fSv , ,:;•&l4? II 1. R . DIIA R E,
Saddlery, UnaciViljainaig.s. 4;.::
Nlechanics Tools, such as :lanes, Saws,
land all other hinds o . " Fools, xrhich will he
sold at lower rntes, tbln any other house in
the United States.
Thanl; ful for past favors thy 'have' 're
ceived ; . n.ttit a t zerterr-is puldic.: they trust
!hat -throtolli punctual attendance to busi
ness and small profits, they tvi I . he able to
!,nail! a still noire exteio.ive patrd'ip , ze.'
Jinni:, ry 1. • ~ 9-1 \v.
.tom • .
~ tcr - 17. 41' ::
Raitl QP- - ; 74- e:- 4. :,-;;;,.i" ,
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lee., "e ''"
NEW HAT & CAP Sr
Hirano IL remi
Talies this methodio inform his
and'lln; public in general. that he
a room in the new three story hricicl
of Mr. Daniel Keiper, in Hamill(
in the BoroneTh of Allentown. a f
west of WeiSs's•NVatch and Jemil,
%Orem lie has opened the iiew
Ile ha? just received, a Very large assort
Beaver, Castor, and other Par
ALSO, a beautiful assortment of fAllionalzle
Silk flats, Caps, &c., of all sizes, prices and
Ile flutters himself to say that he will
stant void for his Huts, tha 4 hey dill not
only retain the color hut tl they cannot'
pOint of durability, be e . xe Hod.
MC. Yaeger trusts that the Agit punctual
attendance to his ;business, ; .1 reasormble
pokes, he will be able to ~ tin. a liberal
share of patronage, for , ‘yllicl lie will ever
Deinure ; Lehigh, Schuylkill RUL misijuelutlina
Rail Road Company,
Pnrsbant to the Act of:lncci,moration. the
Stockholders of the coo an will nit at
the office of Jamcm , AL Pori cr. 111. in WAs
ton, Pa., on the second Monda of J a n 1 / 2 i ir y,
A. 'D. 18-19, being the eight j day ol the
month, at 2 o'clock P. M. to el 1. by hidllot.
a President, six: Managers, a'l •asneernd
Secretary of said Company, for,the existing
year. J. N. HUTCIIINSON, ( (T w i n
December 9;•.!548. IT )vi.r
. , •
Important to Cott ntry rcha ,— re c,
ed and. for sale at the' Phillo4 • is store,
20 hhds. New Orleans Suga
20 barrels splendid quality S
which will be sold hy tAt3 hogshc lor bar
at Philadelphia prices. • •
YEAGER & IDNER.
ENGLISH & GERM
Of every description, neatly exec ,•dat th
• Office of the.4qtegister.'
BELL-BANGER, BRAND-011TM AND LOCK-SMITII,
Respectfully informs his friends and' the
'public in leneral, that he still continues the
abtlye bUsiness in all its various branches,
at his stand, one door south •of Dillinger &
Craig's Dry Goods Store: in Allen street in
the Borough of Allentown, where he will
also inaiMfacture to order all kinds of
; . I LE IS
••,-• flir 'i hrt(g7-liStR, Grocers,
and other branches, war
rantvd to be strictly accu.r.
• . eerzni. rate, finished in the most,
splendid manner. Ile also manufactures
all kinds of Leeks, I )oor-plate., Door-knock
ers, and every other article in his line.
Repairing of I_, , s ks, Lamps, in short eve
ry thing in Steel.kon, Brass or Copper, can
be repaired at the'Hiurtest notice and on the
mbst reasonable tcrrns.
Mr. BOHLEN .trusts through pUnctual,at
tendence to bri;ii..9x,s and inodeft.te charges,
he will be able to gain a large share of pub
lic patronage, for which. he will ever be
Alleptown, Deco - 111)er 21..
M i s
Talke . .... inform her old custom
ers, and tho public in general, that she still
tontir•ur a.the L'illiarr . and Mani ca-making,
bu , inesh el in all l's vai lens branches, in the
vi doge of Coop(' rsbn rg, Lehigh county. She
ha; lately return, d from Philadelphia, with
a biautiful'assoittaent of the newest and
, s, most fa,luonable style of
1 1 ; 1 : 11: : JAMES BONNETS,
i tt 4 4t ' r 'i mch as Silk, , Silk Velvet,
i 4 , batin,.1. 1 ) 1t.,11, 1 0..c., of al l
l col- .
i 0r,,..t‘ t sant prii..t.s,a arge
imi.et,, of Ribbons, French
anif American Artificial , '. is of all 'hinds,
co:uprising mourning and at i made in
the neatest style, allot which will b dispos
ed of at the v, ri lowest terms.
ClordrB, Deevore, aitd. Mani;ll(l3,
wil! be made in the latest Ta&llionable styles
find ill lile and roost expeditous man
iner. 40 has assn wade ni•raneXimenp to
riTeive the ininitl;ly Fashions: 'Litift
delidria, both in the Press-making us well
as Al iilinery hooch of the business.
Repai rim! and shaping of old bonnets and
dresses will be done at the shortest notice,
and in the most fashionable
Miss •S'chayer returns her sincere thanks
•for the liberal patronage heretofore extended
to her anti trusts her moderate charges will
gain her many new customers, and a con
tinuance of the old ones.
Dec. 21. •
LippArd's Newspl r.
." The qtraker'icief .P 99
TIV , VIEMIGE LIPPARD.
AtabOr of Was•hinki•in mid his Ge •-
rals, or Le".ends of the Revolution ;" 4. The
ttin.ber City," " Paul Ardenheiill, or The
Monk of the Wissahickon," etc. Terms,
TWii• not.i.Ans iy!r• year. invariably in ad
vance. Single numbers live•unts.
- • 'Phis paper will be entirely different from
auy other publication of the present day.—
It is designed to be. in every respect; a popu
lar Journal, devoted to such matters of Lit
erature and news us will interest the great:
muss of readers. It will be edited by George
Lippard, show Legends of the Revolution
have become . household words ,throughout
the United States, and whose works have
been re-published itt Englaad and Germany,
where they have sold by hundreds of thou-.
sands. The New World, (edited by Park
lienjamin,) pronouncesceorge Lippard "Tun
E t7ti EN' E SUE tif America, possessing graph
ic powers, which even excel those of the
"Teat French Novelist." He needs no ,en
comium from Publishers; the best• Magazine
in the. country, the Lady's Book, issued by
Godey,..holds this language in its January
number c "'Phis author has struck out.an en,
i'irely new patlh and stands isolated on a
pointinace'essible to the mass of writers. of
the present day; He'is unquestionably the
most popular writer of the day, and his
books• are sold; edition after edition, thou r
sand altiYr thousand, While those of others
accunudate, like useless lumber, on the
shelves of the Publishers." It is our de
sign to make this, in every respect, tire best
Paper published in the United States: We
will not set up-the_old and useless matter of
daily, papers for.oar columns, not will we
crowd our pages with masses of unsightly
advertisements. "The Quaker city" will
be at once a Literary. Paper and a Panorama
ofCity Life. intended for circulation through
out the Union.
The publishers will embellisii . the "Qua
ker City" newspaper with the best timod
emzravings, but prefer to rest the claims of
their Paper upon its literary merit nod the
interest of the Romances published in its
TitAll'prrsons remitting from the coon=
re TWO DOLLARS before the first of
February, 1919, will be entitled to a 'copy
of any one of Mt.. Lippard's Dollar 'honks,
the tnli;s of Which are hs follows : Washing
ton and his• Generals, or Legends of the Re
volution ; Paul A rdenhehri c or the Aloak of
the . Wissahilion ; The Nazyl93.,avl Sequel;
The Quaker City,-a-Ronai66 of.Philadel
Our tennis for clubi are as follows ; Two
copies for $3 00 ; Fve..copies for $ 001.
Teii copies for $l2 00; TWenty copies for
i.:V'.lll persons (AtTents, &c.) who wish
ti , obtain this publication will address (post
p.tid) the undersigned.
• , -JOSEPH SEV ERNS & Co.
No. 7Q, CliOstniit street,
J! ituary 4.* • • . 7 :-3tv.'„.
oz cI) a ire r,
TICLES. I Per Allent.Easton l'hilda:
Flaxseed . .
Salt . .
Lard . .
Ham . .
Linseed Oil. .
Oak Wood . .
Eg Coal . . .
Nut*Coal . .
Lump Coal . .
Plaster . . . .
REI :a OF THE
JP. l w K S TORE.
The subscribers respectfully announce to
the citizens of Allentown and the surround
ing country, that they have again'• removed
to their "old stand" a few doors below Ha•
genbuch's Hotel, in Hamiltim street, where
they will'be happy to supply their old cus
tomers together with Thousands of new
ones, with all that is good and cheap. It is
useless to say that WAGNER & HUBER have
on 'hand, ,goods of every description, style
anti qua I ity, also Groceries, QueensiVare,&c.
In fact they have every article on hand that
appertains .to the busineSs, all of which they
will sell 25 per cent lower than any other
Store in Allentown.
WAGNER & HUBER.
. Allentown, Dec. 21. • *•-.4w
W'"lPcd, 7 r7l.6'lll
.Q• Competitor in Selling CHE3P Goods.
It is admitted by all, .that we have out
stripped every house in "then diggins" in
the way of selling cheap goods. We now •
offer a reward of sl,oob for the person that,
can be produced, within a scope of a days
journey, who is able to sell as cheap as.we do.
IP:fag/ter. iS' 'amber.
Have the Pleasure of eihibiting the first
arrival of Full and Winter Goods, which.
is much handSomer, larger and cheaper than
any stock ever before opened in this place.
Owing to the great decline of Goods in the
eastern cities, they are selling many Aides
one fourth less than beftire.
Come from the East, the Mest,.the North
and the ! South, to the Emporium
of great -Bargains , ! !!
"A pennysaved is a penny earned." We
are determined to sell more goods for the
same amount of money, than any other es
taillishtnent in town. Should any doubt the
fact, we invite them to call, and if they do',
not find things, as stated, we Will . pay them
their lost time, and let them slope.
Their stock consists bf a general assortment of
Gentlemen's, Ladies--and Children's
Dress Goods, of every descripton, among
which way be found all the latest styles of
Ladies'' Dress Goods,
black, mode colored, stripped, plain, chame
leon and satin stripped dress Silks, brillian-.
tine, lustre, satin stripped modonna cloths,
figured delisle, brocades, gala plaids, tibbet.
cloth, patomatas, black, brown and mode cal-,
ored French morinoes, mohair plaids, bar
rel!, corded, figured, satin stripped, mode
colored and black alpaccas, es-loi as 12i.
cents a yard, cashmeres d mo)
lames, from 121 to 621 ce is a yar .
Pink, blue, white and bla It bon et silks
acid satins, with large stoc of eautiful.
French ginghrtms, glish es and ca
licoes. Calicoes as lox s t cents, and such
as heretofoae sold for. 1 . 2 T-for 6 and 8 cents,.
and Pis cent calico at 121, also a beautiful
4 quarter calico at 10. . .
200 SimMs of every style and quality,.
black and [node colored tjbbet, silk fringe,.
terkerrian blanket, long shawls, black . silk
crape, lac laines, black and diode colored
cloth, and other fancy shawls:
Cloths and Cassimereg,
The cheapest in town . ,.of every descrip
tion color and quality, 0 quarter brown cloth
from $ 1 to $:.l per yard, Cassimeres, plain
and fancy, at reduced prices, Satinets and.
Jeans, at any price asked for, Cloaking and.
Cloak-linings, Tassels, &c.
.10 dozen Um
brellas from 50 cents to $ 2.00.
WAGNER & - HUBER. •
it A reduction in
•In 7, r
me Rio Coffee
at 10 cents a pound, and'as low a: 61 cents.
Stigais, 'fens, and all other kind• of Groce
ries they will sell cheaper than • dr before
Offered in this place, •
Butter, Eggs, Lard, and all other kinder
of country produce, will be taken in exchange
for which the•highest - ptiee will be paid.
`WAGNER & HUBER..
Four llorse - VVagon For Sale.
A heavy four home - Wagon, nParly new,
on ly .used for about two weeks, ip offered lot
eule, and can be bought at a bargain: For..
farther.information apply it the office g the
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