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"TIIUTII WITHOUT FKAll
B.rrVtUMl .V.71'11, 1811.
TIic Legislature of Conncoliciit on Aptilj Jlrmtaf the Publisher of the Ar. J urA I
2 met in convcntion.nnd nceording to the Evening Post,kn officer of thu U. S.
provisions of iho consiitution, wliero no. Senate, llio New York Sun snvs. has nrres
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u rui in bloodshed
tottorrd by 12 or
intense cvnrv mnninnt. nm In
wim me particulars ol ai. Native AmoriiMtis wrro preparing them-
Tlic Xomtucc of the Democratic National
HENRY A. MUHLENBERG-
JOSHUA HARTS IIORKE.
' noo'jjeF. T.eliinnu
. "l-uiiun Ktieaa
n in. 11. Smith
t John Hill (I'Jiil.)
6 Samusl R.-f.ecch
(I Samuel Ciirnp,
7 Jchso Sliarpo
8 N. W. Sample
! Wm. llcttulcnrich
10 Conrnil .Vhimer
ill Stephen UalJy
IS Jonah Urcwater
13 fJcorge SclinnMc
I t Nathaniel II. KMicd
15 M. N. Irvine,
lfi Janice VVooilturn
17 Hugh MoiAKf'i'y
18 Isunc A nk my
10 .tohn .Mathews
20 Wm. Patterson
"1 Andrew liutko
22 JiJui M'tiill
2.') Christian Myers
Rumsr with her ten thousand loneur.s.
Dfi tells ten thousand lies:"
There is an atsertion in llio "last Co
Inmbia Democrat that Allen IS). (! .mer
er owed the Stale last Jnnnnrv one llinu
unit llilltn.,1 ' Wn Intnl.. it ... ill 1..
he believed that any one roulil bo found so following was the result; Wholu vote 208; feloniously obtained a copy of the Annexa. on U,L ua P110"3- I'lOin mem wt
lost to all honorable leeling ng to make n Hercssary to a choice 105. linger S. Dald lion Treaty. The officer returned to Wash. Ilavc C0l,ui-'nseu ine toiiowiug account. Order and quiot were
0uii.-im mho ui; uuuvu uum ii a pamci. , received 110; UliaUIICCV F. Cleveland inilton 011 Wcdncsdav with his nnscinnr. One of till) most mi V alarnnnir rinn iliml I O'clock at night.
0 evidence oi lis mini, n.u it is never ,Ceeived 83. Whi majority on joint ballot i . I." taken place in ibis citv, ociurrcd On Tuesday i.iorni.u', a lnrsje meelinc of
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session to nnw mat tno nsscrtion is witn "w ' ' ".. 1 a.M.gcs 01 spcccncc ,,.,,1,,,.,. ... , ,i1D,ri, , . ,. .. ,.,, nnso,i (TU,! , r .. n.... i
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niu i.ii.ii. ... iauuiihu wwunn u rtcoiliiiiuiiuu vuiuiUH iruiri'll 01 local re lave UCeil receiVCI nl t in tin In i, nil iifficn I 111 t ic (till! v nsninra itini ..I - i 11 ISO limn nr in m i linn In Itin rniVnn u .r.
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rant laoricatlnn a IllftllCIOUS anil nalpatllt .... , ,., " , ' nl'diiriniiiiiu lli.ir ,il ' ' Piirliiir llm nmrnln. .Minl Mmilii wmn
falsehood. Capt. Webb .nnears to be try- """ . ,uw" ""V" uc o. tne nouse o. uepresenlalive. -" ; ; " - - - if -A'""rn:"-n
inir l nnt.lin Hnrnn Mm, l.iisnn l.nn.nin restored 10 colored CtllZeilS, as tlieV lomiCt .... i.-.".".. i.T.. b . . T - . V 'g.' " . V ;, V. V '
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hut no one will think of beliovine his state ty enjoyed it, when possessed of tbo same A Petition for a pardon for Kaine nnd hollowed by lleneriil Siniilt nnd' Lewis Ll The papers of Wedncsdav Rive an ac
mem meieij on ins asscriwn. no one, we quulirtcalinns which confer the right on olh Flinn, the two I'ilUburL' publishcts, in pri Levin A low minutes afict Mr L. coininen of the conlintialion nf the liol on
presume, is sou cnoi.gu tor mat. ,r citizens, who are not electors of iho .t. un.. ccd addrcssltli! the inullitndn. n ui.ir.u .if 'I'tu-sdav. In llin nfi rmnnn nf llml ilav
ICTThc above we takelrom the 'Star h'ho banks of the Slate are aaid to bo in ex sible iudees do ncl liko to bo called has been rai" C"I,1U "' alltl 1C mcclinB mljourned in U meotinR was hold in the Stale Mouso
I the JNorth,' a paper said to uo prtnteil cellcnV condition. 1 he school fund of the sent Iroin thai city to Governoi I'ortcr will
at Berwick, and under the nominal Ed- State now a.-nounls to y3,05I,4a3 77. thrct thousand names.
M. Gancewcr. lati I'lic dividend distribuiod to the schools dur
tC7A Dcmocralic IVIcclin
will be held al the School House in Es
peylown, tins Evening, (Saturday, May
1 1. tar the purpose of forminc a De
ICTX Democratic iTIcctina:
will be held at Millvillc, on Saturday
next, May 18, at 2 o'clock in the after
noon. Several addresses may be ex
(QThe next slated meeting of the
O II A AG E V I LLE AND RIIOERS
liURG HICK0IIY CLUB, will be held
at Orangeville, on Saturday, the 1st day
of June, at oneoclock in the afternoon
BLANKS ! I HLANKS ! !
rcyJusticps Blank liXECU'HONS and
SUMMONS just printed and for sale ai
RIOT IN. HIILADELPIIH, I ;i contlniied when onr rcpor'rr Itft tlifl
'Pi.n Pi.il ..I..!,. i.i -CM' i... 5munu 1,10 cxcuemcni fas urtiwinir nora
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ilotship of Alien M. Gangewcr,
Collector of Slate Tolls, at Berwick inB "1C Pasl 'ear las UL'e" l ""O lor each
ndthc dislributor of the filth of the scholar between the ages of four and six
il.n n,r,.,;n,. t... teen years, amounting lo 8117,717 00, in
1UI lJUUt A. Ll U II U 111 M-f UIITHIV 111 - -
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fifliponrpr anil nnr wmili! lmninnn Irn in I '
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the boldness and assurance wilh which he "I'll"'- -
peak5,thai he was one of the mostrit-
loving, innocent oeings m tnese uiggins, SIIAMOKIN COAL REGION
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WU U.l U,BI9 1TC.II p.O.-O IU l.U -3 ...C .p.,,, SunblJrv ., 1 Gazeu gaV8 ... -j.
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-l assgrowcu. iipwarus. s we nave, tcngive businoM wi bo t011Ci duri1(; ,ho
however, no disposition to tamper much present summer, in the Shamokin coat re
coi.8rqiieiice lo a small market hunnu i;i thn v.inl hv ilmlVniivn Amnrini t ivliini,
..eigl.ourhood. Upon entering llio market speeches wcro made anil rcsnlmion
itltiKf n litriiintinn I . t .1 I
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inenl men tn the cause csnouseii hv the A. r . i . .i r.
iiinM,.,,,,, ... .! .:. y A adjourned to meet acain thai nftctnonn.
iy a onil 2V T "",nUmai i- .Lo vicinity of the scene of the pre
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Jual i nun id timn Mr !....:-. vnusuuy i iui , auu i lie crown i iniiicii i-
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the stand lo resinim his n,li,.,to ,,..,t ..,.1 alely wended their way in that dit cctio-
spoken but a few momeiits. whpn ilm Ni 1 ho scene of the riots of Monday at-
1 1 V Aineriprum umni ..UJ..II..,I i i Ici'linnn. ill Knnsinntnn. was rmipl rtnr.
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out or the baggage car or the passenger M brickbats and other missiles.' 'ng Tuesday morning, and many fatni-
train of the Baltimore Line, between lialti 1 This unexpected attack throw the meet- !ie-were rcmovint: from their dwell-
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more fcWilmington, while on route to Phil a "'8 11110 llle greatest disorder and conslcr ings. In the eatly part of the arternoou
The robbery was effected Sy unlocking the . , 1 . ,? 1 .cm:0Ullle entiftl, and largo numbers of people were gathered
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cat by moans of false kevs. ",.:.V I " 'V..., Ia, ''. .. . r l,ev" ,n various quarters, nut wcro peaceable
On Wednesday night, ti lth ull, three box
cs, containing specie to iho amount of $3,
000, in Amctican half dollars, was taken
having iho stand, endeavored at the lop ol Lid orderly. Between four and
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with the Utile iustrumcul,' we will
iion. The large anlhracite furnaco which
ins voice, to calm the meeting, and just ai
The lms ",u'er.i musuets were tired from the
teat oi tue liiocrma Llose llouee, in Cad-
Military Conspiracy in Paris
oniy,in answer lo his charge ol lalshood.hvas erected a few years ago.and which had 1 ,c,,u" ,al,urs ""' " -'"""? uu,'sl''raLValladei st.
exhibit to the reader the following, tak- been idle for the last year, has been fitted c-v ,,,M 1,89 uccn u'sC(vcreu among me gar This vulloy dealt death and destruction in
en from the Books at th, nrnnnr Dp. up. and has aaain been nut in blast. The rlson 01 1 arls! 80me say,ng "lal lic reports ihe rauks ot the Naliv- Americans
partment," by one not only well quali- business will now oecanied on under more ar exaggerated, others that they are a Lib ,,,a,, 8n Aineriean, was instantly
. . . . . . J . 1 'pi.- . .t lUilleu, and ten others seriouf v wounded.
lied, but autlioriseil, lo 'examine them, auspicious circumstances than lormcrly, """""" w "y 0, who1 was a foreSnc, '...i ., .v.,Jwhich was held in the Siale Iloti.iu
millet himjudgeupon whom Iho charge there having been several rich iron mines "ave iauc" I)UCC 1,1 1,18 um ""nentoi tne supposed to hive been wounded by a stone Yard, a largo body went into Kensing
of 'a malicious falsehood' rests, whethei opened in the immediate vicinity of the "nD) mal a" ,eavc Ul aoscnco "avo Hung by Ins own party. inn in procession, wnh a banner and
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nnon Allen M. Ganp-ewcr. or unnn ns furnace. The ore which they yield is said pviiuurawnj r au ...ai bevera, couiicusou iiju ui iiiu procccoings mo a in-'g. iney immediately repaired
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o'clock the crowds of individuals be
came great, until they numbered in llio
aggregate at dillerent points two or thrcu
Ihousand. I he urcater patt of thdm.
were however, considerably below Iho
scene of llm riot. After t lie adjourn
ment of the Native American meuiinu.
Here you have it.
I to be very excellent. Ali the different coal
At itiin stage of llio procccdincs the A hi
general officers have been held atthoThuil ,n(irlfll's eu in an uireciinns, and subse he market housp, when
iiiurnlly teurgauized in small 'squads,' anil
. . I Inline 'I'll rt II M f 1 rtnnnii! punil fin liinnnv
iiiinra uiai nave uecu u iBiieUiSuuiu ui wineii u emu en in i hp nil I ininap vim ' ' l.n.
4 4 "ave no been worked 8ince 1811, will again aPPears 10 be som0 sorl of Uiowralical Re ralt,d Ulld auacUea lhc hose house.brokc in
ALLEN M. GANGEWER, Collector at be operated upon. puunc associauon; wuicu, oi coursc.tne me winnows and Hour, and here they wen
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To the Commonwealth, Br.
To balance on Canal Tolls t'un iho Com
monwealth, $1027 30
" Enouh said."
authorities are prompt in quashing.
A HUGE ANIMAL,
fjThe Bloomsburg Rail Road Iron
'Company are now progressing rapidly
in lhc construction of their works upon
their upper power on Fisliingcroek,
They have contracted with individual
for the construction of about two thirds
of their canal, who have already com
menced work, and the company, ha v
.also a large force on the remainder of
the canal, and at work upon other parts
of the establishment. This, when com
pleted, will be one of the best establish
ments for the manufacture of Iron in
Pennsylvania. Being situated within
half a mile of the Norlh Branch Canal,
on one of the best water powers in Nor
thern Pennsylvania, with abundance of
ore and lime-slone in the immediate vi
cinity, and surrounded with an exten
sive fertile agricultural country, it gives
it advantages that no other location
possesses either in or out of the county
The Whig National Convention mei
it Baltimore on Wednesday tho firsi
lay ol May, and nominated Henry
Improvement in Solderiim. A discove-
Iry of importance lo mechanics who use soft
liolder is mentioned ln-the report of the Ex Tho Arkansas Banner contains
aminer of Patents. Zinc is dissolved in nidation ftom a Mr. Anthony,
muriatic acid lo saturation; pulverized
immoniac is added to the solulibn,
met Willi a feu dejoi,' ami again scattered)
in all directions
They however, although fighting against
such lea r I nl odds, maintained ilieir ground
nantully lor a lung lime and demolished
ncnt ensued, and iho rioting renewed.
Shots were fired from cevcral of llio
toiisps nppojilo, and one young man
'cilled, and several wounded. Tho lion
es from which the shots were tlischarg
(I were a?siiluil.
The Carroll Hose carriage was taken
from the house in Fourth sireel, abovo
. Uvery window where a nun had been fired M'cr, and dragged up side down.ihro'
giving a de rum ,lc Oist r ict ; the hoso iniitred. and tho
sal scriplion of Iho remains of an animal; the The excitcmcni which pervaded at this, carriage made a wreck of. The hotiso
which, largest ever discovered. 1 he ball ot head time, cannot but be poorly described with of the Ihbcrnia Hose Company was also
liter being boiled for a short lime, is decan- of the thigh bone, shows the probable length ,M0 P011, . A9 11 8ina11 bani of a,lvaB were .utacked, and a borrowed cairiage taken
.ed and ready for use. In using this com of the animal to have been forty nine feet!- "' ' Vs. T " , . ,. ' ' T , ' . . . nu' 0ul "ol wrcih 1 he llrin llur,,,K
tin nnr! nn p nnnttirr nf ifin mnlnl in iianafiii! A mnnrf llin Itnnna nf llin linni ti'nu fmintinli i . i . i . . i. r
..w.... , ..w .ww.,.,,. , ...ui.iwiui i ttvwoDuiTi-- ...w ..v. - Itll Hill. II 111 1 lift NIHIL II III I1I1L 1,1 KM III IWI1 fl. I . . i i i . i
Pt,w. nf KVnliinltw. for P,5,lnl. and .1....1 .:i 1 ' : V ' . ... . ' . " 1 . ...V. .. . . ' Otimocr Wliere WOUIlUeU While
w- --v. 1 - 1 inuwuvei uAimicii, anu uu, rusiii, auu oiuer iu?n ui iiiiincnsu siiu unn vi;iyni,ini ,ioiiiiiig iieei; one young man in 111 is pariy was buoi 1 .,pr ... :n
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on we iniru uaiioi, ineuuuic v icime,- maieriLis are dispensed with. It is only twenty nine tnciies at lis largest extremity, "'" a" 1 Thrco were killed instantlv and iwelv
was liuurcu in iub riuni fiiuuiuer oy a uritK rr . 7
i,.., pr iiucen wounucu, some uangerouslv.
ipon a stick9 or feather, this solution lo iheltliree hundred pounds. '1 he situation, in thel . rpnnripr fnr ihp. Nnilvp Ampripin n.
A Mr. 1 awrencc, while slandin" on
part to be soldered, in place of the material, structure of the animal, of lbi3 immense tusk well a a renorlet for this nanei.in common Second alroct, received a shot which for
Mr. Spencer, Secretary of the freas- generally used lo prevent oxiilaiion ond fu. or us use, cannot be determined. with otherseemed to bo selected as a mark innately struck against a penny in his
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nrv. ias resumed. 1 'I itate n o now oi tne soiuer. oncn is uu . in.,..,. '""". luiumi ""cr11"" munci )u
-J C I .. I .inniiliinl.ill.i tit tint inln llm r-inL't? nf llm Inul.flllri. ll.i. I Ii I ...lnil. ll. ..U..1. I
mcacy, nut n two pieces o. oar, possess fff Directed Enternrist.-Samv twelve i;a,i,iir-., hv hi. ,lnvi,r.,s ,.,hi... hthnr n..,nu - .r. " . :"'
The excess of lolls on the Phila.IcI- nig considerable surface, be wet wilh "iibI aB since Mr. Samuel Williston. of 12atlie oacuped serious injury made all around. One small boy v hilo
phia and Columbia Rail Road, during soiuuon auu presscu logeiuer, upon ine ap namp(on MaBsacbusetls, began the manu 1 here is anotlier incident connected will, .landing near the mat kel house, wan
plication oi tne soiuer.ng tool tne aoiaer f Gf Cloth iiutlons. Bv desrecs he 1 s 7,n,r wo. T- ?' a l3S'"1' .- Nu uck with a ball onthelowci
uill immPi inii.lv Hnw hnlu'upn llin n hIhh ..... n nnu a smiiii iiuuiucr ui nmi.v aiuuiiMin
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huyscn, of Now Jersey, for Vice Presi- necessary to apply, with a bit
the last five months, over the corres
ponding months of the last fiscal jcar,
On Friday evening, the 2d inst., two
valuable hotses, and a saddle and bridle
were stolen from the stable of Mr. Al
exander Jri veiling, of this township
Upon their being missed tho next morn
ing, suspicion fell upon an Irishman,
calling himself Patrick Hutchinson, but
whose real name issupposed to be Gradj
.vho was prowling about 'the neighbor
hood the day previous, pursuit wah
made, and he wastraccd through Wilkes
'oarre, and caught on Salnrday night a
bout 12 o'clock, 25 miles beyond, on
the Easton turnpike, snugly stowed
owaymbed at a lavern. 'Ihe horses
ond thief were returned lo the county
on Monday, and the thief deposited in
-the county jatl, to await the orders of
the Court, at the August term to taker
journey to Philadelphia in company
wilh the Sheriff.
A serious and melancholy acciden'
occurred on the Philadelphia, Wilming
ion and Baltimore Rail Road, five mile.'
below Havre de Grace, on Saturday
evening about nine o'clock, by the col
lision of two passenger Ira ns of cats
which resulted in tho immediate death
of one individual, and the serious injury
ofsevertl others. Ono of whom ha?
since had a leg amputated.
On Friday afternoon, tho 2d inst., i
--violent wind and rainstorm, accompti
nied hv a little hail, passed over this
place, tearing up by the roots scvera
fruit and other (rccs. In Huntingion
township, J.uzerne county, about 20
miles from tb' we learn that a larg
quantity of hail fell, covering Ihe ground
three or four inches deep, and Lreaking
considerable window glass, as well it
iniaterially injuring the grain. In llaz-'
fclloa it was also very severe.
expanded ins business and cniargeu his were reirCaliim, a horse attached lo a milk
wealth. Iking of a generous disposilion,in wapon, became frightened nl lhc shouts and
addition to manv acls of munificence anion!? yells ol the l,ulhulics, and dashed down Hit
Cottazes of Unburnl Jfrick. Mr. Ells : ,,.,..,.,., i, i, , , i street with fearful rapidity lhc animal
m HilO in n uruiuiii uu ihuuitib u nuiui wauifii U . , , , , ,
worth, Commissioner of Patents, says the , 1 i,.l.ni .nnin... ..r ii, n"'o. B"u 1,0 waS" ovenurncu a
liw 1 1. w w w uiiu ' "llll w l w i w w w iiiv II. ,. mill twin n II i unn IV In IIKiri.
experiment oi cneap cottages oi unourni (lay anu Ravo ()f his u.ealh mos, amply . . f . considerabl v in
nrien nassucceeueu aumiramy. ino cot About two years since he endowed an in iured
tigc erected by himself at Washington, in I stituttors for education in that town, by a The Catholic women turned oul in grcai
lliniiiiera, uiiu wuic ueu lunuui in ii.ij
handsome as the best brick houses;
warm in Winter and cool in Summer.
view ot tne uapuoi, anu which is two sto llonalion of $30,000. It has become highh ' u'"""". ' k
ii i v, . i ru i iiii. ii iviiiir iiii'ir :iiirn is n t'u n i
rics in tieigl.l, stands well, and appears as or0inoroUBi nnd recenilv he has added ao. , sTn .T,i,., .,i' B.,nt,n,i
i IUIIInuaui vuu I ii i-ii i i , , w .
anU HlfWn tn (.ia nrirrinnl npinnt Mr. V tl list nn 1 1 Ii a tian Cirtt irnmnn rnftvm it lilntv Irntn
I 'UV ll III" VIIIIIUI Wk-lj UkUl, 1M lllMlll Mlj llllll Vllb UIIIUII IWV.V-1'WV Wf... U(
continues tho business of manufacturing a missile over iho eye, and was knocked
Some have doubled the nolicv of crcctin"Li.i. i i ..!.... i.: down She imincdiaielv regained her feel
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,uch houses in cold climates, but in Cana .., lha. ho no, onlv 6m)nies ncarlv ,i,P " J"1110!1 vv,lh ,h? l',shmiiing at the to
....... ' . . ations, mat no not oniy supplies nearly tne if ,1(.r , jt , ,el)), , l0 iefn.
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iCrwe niiutin.il our iiaimsoHies. prt)VCll. United Stales. iho d.sirict of Kensington, since .he memo
bow to our friend Tate, for neglecting
to mention in our last, that he had been
tilecled a Lieutenant Colonel, by a ma
jorily of 1 1 voles over his competitor,
fter :i well fought contest. We hope
he wil wear his honors meekly.
pool dales fifteen days later than before P-ongo
Che Texas question of annexation had
reached England, and produced a very
groat sensation in political circles.
Ireland was in a very excited state,
mil our next account from GrealBrilain
mist bo of the most interesting nature
'O'Connel and tho other Repealer.'
who were convicted with him of a con
spiracy, were not brought up, as it was
rrxpected they would have been, on llu
isrsi oay oi easier I April lorm, but a
rule was served for them to appear be
fore the Court on Thursday. A rub
was also 6erved on the Crown, by 0'
Conuel for a new trial. The result of
these motions will be looked for within
able riot which occurred near the G'lubi
llillc nlii.nl 1 vnfirj noil
The Rov. Samuel Woflard, of South Car jj u Ground Work. Mr. A. Ronald ' A7,ie O'clock. P M Kensington is yet
olina, has purchased the Limestone Springs whoso Colliery is situated on Mill filled with laigu numbers of pen.0113, iiui!
property, in Sparlansburg dislrict, from the rjj.jjgjj Iloar i0itt, villo has in order in overy uioineni olhcrB from the surrounding
St.to Bank, for ihe sum of $20,000, and aval limScf of the use 'of the Railroad Ji'eis are pouring 11, We learn thai larg.
..... ,. . ,, .. avail nimscii 01 win usl 01 uiu iiauruau Bta,;i.s 0 tire arms and men aro secreted in
lias presented .1 to the South Carolina openet an old jrlf(( whicll extends from Sl Michael's Church, nnd word has just ar
Meiuouisi uonierence, provueu tney win Mij. Creck l0 Mt. Carbon Railroad, a dis rived thai moro than 1000 armed person
Church A largt
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1 On I VV.i nrinrh V M A nnmlmr nf N'a
FOREIGN NEWS, establish, in a certain time, a College with UIC0 0f upwards of twelve hundred yardb are in St Augustine's Cliurc
The Steam Ship Hibernia arrived at two Professorships, one of Divinity, and H,1(cr ownthrough which ho now'hault I'onlire has been made by the IS
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Ros'.on on Sunday last, bringing Liver- 11,6 n"ert" aw5 a'sn a house and lol lor a ,j10 coa, until tho Mounl Carbon and
Carbon Railroad incompleted.
jiaraening nooa. uy means ot a
preparation, by exhausting tho air, and then
infusing the sulphate of iron or other sub
stances into the pores of wood for railroads,
it is said the wood has been rendered so
hard that the iron wheel of the car leaves
no trace after more than a voar's use of this
me Americans have just arrived, and whilr
naar Gcrmanlown Koad nnd becoud street
number ol nnviiii? stones were showered
Casper Hauser.h. New York cones Lwn 0 tem from die roof of a house, bui
nondent writes: 'I received a letter Hit without any serious cllect 1 lie INaiivet
other day from Germany, which states thai rallied, and stoimed 1110 House, breaking 11,
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Ilauscr, is about to be unfolded. Iho lei 1 Oatholicfi have complete possesion of tin
tor states that he was the legitimate 6on 0) market, nnd seemingly each man in tinned,
die Dowager Grand Duchess, that lie wn some with muskets, others with nflec, nut!
i.n i.,e, ,i ,!,., ii ; ii,.,, Unn. nmi Uhot guns
IIIU IU.I IIIU1U ULILtl till lb 111 ...U. .1.1.1 Ull. 1 ; n. n. .
. , j;ttvin " much, v
was taKPti out oi 1110 way 10 iiiuku
m Tho mob collet1-
ted about the lllarti wlitru Ihe fllltiff corn
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iiam iiuooer i ioor Cloths. Mr.Uood- 'or anotucr laniuy, anu iinauy ansasbiua ,,ienced in tho alicrnoon l lio exciicmcni
was moblinlnnso A fter partinlly demolish
ing ihe brick house, from which a musket
iiiiwi ! mil '1 llin nfl Afiwirili llllll? Iitrviifiil I..
f I'll1 1 ii 1 I m 1 1 fii t 1 er l"UB llini 111 iiiw ui v 1 uutni tin- iiiiitt-n iu
..1.. ui tn,..;,, which uiuiiiaiaiy win unvc juuwjneions, 1 no proprietors 01 tne 01 wnt(ls ,,0 Qiphairs As Intn, wliero they
oil cloth out ol Iho market. 1 lie rubber is Charles Hotel yesterday treated their board were mel with a volley of inuskelrv from
spread oer a coarse duck, the surfaco is'ers lo these delicious melons lit tho 'lasi iho liibli Onllinlics, w ho wero serreleu
year, of Maseachuselts, has introduced a- led.'
moiig his India rubber iinprovfuionts, a spc
ihe abdomen, which, luckily inst uraz.-
ed the skin. During llm latter pan of
he afternoon, the houses on Cadwalla.
Icr street, north ofMasier, were (1 tec!.
ind continued burning for several hours
No (ire apparatus was put in requisition
It is said that several companies nude
illcmpls to reach the spot, but were pre
vented. Thoiexlent'of damages by the
fire, up lo ibis lime, cannot be asceilained
riom appearances, we judge that
some ton or twelve buildings wore con-
John Taggart.charged wilh tho shoot
ing of Rhinedollar, was arrested yester
day afiernoon, and laken before Alder
man Haileau. Ho was commitled nnd
put iulo lhc cuslody of an ofiiccr, to brs
uiltcn lo prison. 1 ho crowd iliat fol
lowed td the oflice.upon his being laken
out, resislcd lhc cHoris of llio ofit cr to
1 xecu'e the commitment. On the wav
down second stiect he was beset by iho
11 . . -. t
moo, wno wero exciltd lo the highest
pilch, and beaten and batleied in tho
most awful manner. Propostiions weio
made 10 hang him, and a rone was nut
around his neck, wilh which he wan
dragged some distance, until he was
completely exhausted, and supposed to
ue dead, Alter this he was laken tu
the Northern Liberty watch house,
wlure, it appears.-, he survived, and wad
still living at lhc la6t accounts. It waa
alleged that he was seen lo discharge a
heavy musket twice, ond when ancslcu
he had it in his possession, charged wilh
a ten finger load.
About daik, the military arrived on
'he ground under.lhe command of 'Gen.
Cad w.i Under, and I heir appearance had
the (fleet of producing quiel, and ihu.i
ended the second day't, t;oi.
Tho Washington Globe concludes n w
long and able article on Iho subject of
lhc nexl Presidency, by saving; Mr.
Van Uuien ia not withdrawn he
beautifully smuoih. ani. llm fiirnrpR nrn n.'nni.n' i ,llnn,.r Ti,nu lunrn r.np rinh nn,l "l iho sy hint insiaiilly killing one man
...i.,,, n ,1,.,. , r..i 1 1 i. 11 . mi 1 f.i. 1, ... 1 and morally wounding iwo oiheis The
various as tl ev are tastellll. An Ini i vnl nw I T nn I nf in . vn iv K 11 i invi , ...
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, , v.u..u.y , neu.c ,.na, mbber fluor colh cannol bo worn ou( ar)J - , 8mark HpB(Whle yc, yo aro irudg Wnj,,,,, tho Cun.mis. inn Merchant on Vino
Chrilllfl in in mn nnnoi il hm tlirAi.i . ... 1 1.1 .1.1 - ... I "
- "w 11 can ue wastieu wild 1110 same caso as oil ing through snow drifts, Muskmclons on htnei whaif We wero unable to asrertafn
ireljnd into an open stale of rebellion, cloth, the 17th of April, A'. 0, Picamme the names of ihe oihcrs iniurod
mil bo wilhdtawn, but by the sanio
voice of thai great parly which has ip
viietl him to tho position he holds.
L t lhc Demnciacy of the whole Union
teuiaiu assiucd of llii, Washiugion let
Icr writers to the conliarv nolwithiland-
Tlie firing ing."