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; WEDNESDAY JANTUAIti"'COis.IB:
" : Phefelle*Wing was the patriotic- language
`of hvor CLAY in the prier but eloquent
`elided' made durrog hiarecent visit to Phil
' adelphia: •
, irl'hore Is," said he, e ;geittletircti, (Instilling
- lififore We part, which I wish you to foment
,bitr, his gicripusand beautiful laud ls vitt
'tommon countr!)—in Peace or il - Var,itt.:ibeal
..orin woe--utiTierbad . riiiiiitrOtion or *gond
lovernmeni , R,,E:111 IBER TO S.TAND BY
_ WhigMotinV Neeting, - •
~ THE DO. I OCHATIC. WHIGS •of Cum
`erlend county are requested to assemble inen
`end County Meetin , on MONDAY EVEN
ING, the lOth 'of enuer 'l'BlB,inilieCourk_
House in t e orou o Ataitle, for therurpose
of appointing Two ' elegtites to •repretient avid
'county in the Whlg, Stato-C,Otivention-ta-be-Ituld
- -I.riliktfidfiiii;oti ihe'4llopf Moab, 1848. '
By brderbf the County CduinVittCe . .
liit3+oll.!oUr tittricrfor the . piir 7
!pose of getting in tlte:.(.;ps'erner's Message,
•attd thought our, arrangements would secure
'ue . a dopy 'in time . to enable 'tisqo :Obi it 'in
• "Vpe, but ufthe eleven'ilithour we were dis.
Daily NS - ft Amer
ican appiared`in a beiviind'elegant chess on.
Monday morning. The North American is
hibitt one of the largest, ablest and most ek: -
.terprising daily papers in the ccuptry. We
'wish it continued prosperity..
DAILYIICTELLIC ENCEII.-111 have receiv
'edithe first number of this paper, publish
ed by McCurdy & Couttec, of Harrzsbnrg. , ‘--
I leks neatly . gurup'end edit 'dins trip proceed
ings ni the first day's's'ession,w ill') much oth
er matter: Terms for the session
MIL CLAY united in AVashington on Mon
day evening, when he received the cordial
greetings of his many lrieuds. lie is said to
be in good health and spit its.
ar-The report of the Auditor Genei al
shows that the revenues of Pennsylvania in
'the year, 1847 amount :o $3,373,025, and the
'etiverattures Tor Ore Barrie .time To '83,680,
813. The balance in the treasury. on 'the Ist
.of 'December was ii,880,890.
HON. Itlifes CbotT.ll.—The Getty - 815=g Sthr
'states that letters irota this gentleman, teeei
Ved Within a few days, dated f:iverpool and ,
tendon, 'in the 'beginit ing of December, un
nounce his airival in England, utter it pas
'sage of•tWent - y Aye. At the time of writing
he wit's •ih . ktiocl health, mat designed aler
ting for hily in a lea daya.
Puce !—Rumors-of Peace are again a
float in Washington, and it is highly proba
ble that Mexican cbtrimissionem have been
'appiiinted to •nc•gotiate.: Mr. Trim ; Ekrecall
reached himjuirit three days befura Corynnis
sioners arrived at the city of Mexico to re
open negotiations with, him..
' THE MIINEY 'locoman from
the cities 'of Boston, New Yoik, , , Philadel
phia and Balrimore, agree in rePfesenting
The money 'market to be tight beyond prece
idepit., tne _stock market has a—steadily
downward tealertcy, the 'Owls discounting
but little, and the rates of money are very
high. A panic seems alas to be pre.vailing
with respect to country bank paver.
Several country banks in the State of Neit
York have failed, and some others are put
'down as doubtful, such as Balstom•Spd - Bank;
Northern Bank of New Fork; Champlain
Bank; Merchants' Bknk of .Ellery; farm
ers' and Mechanics' Bank, of Ogdensburg;
Jarcen' Bank; Bank of :Coming; N. Y. State
)A24EB PEACOCK, Esq. late of Harrisburg,
)iaa purChaKi3d an interest in the a Evening
Bulletin' paper, peblished in Philadelphia:
The. editorial corpi of the city will have in
him•`a vainable•acgnisition, •
Kr. It le said that Bailie ll'eyton - proposed
the qneation directly to Gen. Taylor in New
Orleans, whether he would accept a Presi.
denial nomination by a Whig National
COnvention, and that he replied in the affir
07.0r - The Canal Commissioners give no
tice that all the, repairs on the main line horn
Philadelphia to Mahar& will be completed
rthe middle of Febenary, and that nesigaT
lion will open As early, in'the spring as paw.
`he friends of Dallas hare carried the
delfligates of the city and county of Philadel
phia-toihe 4th of March Lc&loco State con
vent*, beating the BdUltananites two to
- Ott.. A !dine., wiltee to the
114Terefjoustiel,that . .Illere le little tiottpt of
the pootagerlevi.be;rig'cileedified at the pro
sent.seeslon.cii congresi`tte•*inebt the up=
prigitictti'br the 'ck-ittrit'fi.piii.
tO-Tlie '4iirard College at 'Ph
- Waa`oiened Oh 4ie, ceremon y , . a, Saturday.
liii:;AdAip , Oei:iike,iiide iii os. i.. Chan.,
lliri'ol4 and fon.',Jg3lJone ,:-the .Presid
dent: .;r : ( c,• n „( „, ,t”
Gen. Taylor has declined an invitation, to
vleit3Viokeblfrg, on al:teeing cf engage in aide,
lio,' • on'hia illafitatioth' , •• hartllyiir6hahle' that
i-triplo:the North. • *, •
,••• oi?to Sok!
"c, viii ontoL~Afiienrap ' f. hiduetrx
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neintiins•a.long'ialterlitm.biiii,.,Cestq in re-.:
[lUtioti,to gle'Wfleitot "..I!reoviso, in Which tali
;Isllorit difttattibptlii'mittlie, o‘Ptiekartax
!! p4op',-;selriA':ioF;''O,'tik) -",""."
i - iii - iiitii;iiiii:e4tO , iinet4S - eeln lii;
lisdietithlisP qpngrptisl ittfir this mit er ,%tval
4lam-iefrivorOilettyktilktothl3 s pertrllts-ot-atiP
teirifeiff(vili4`rria3-bliliegudttike4chitiredi` , .:
the right to regulate it for themsilves,:under.
the general ptinciple of "thexamstituttbm""
Then Follows his . reasons lie ilas "uot`
see in the constitution any griiiirtif iltelArii-`,
site authority to Cotigress,--ho believendliti"'
measure, if adopted ) Woulll weaken, it not
impair, the Utiihn of the States--that it would
lead to an immediate withholding of the sup
- pliesTiiiiiillins""bring about' a' illitietidfitble"
t'eFrrtintition.cit;the "war—fltat a trealy . embra ,
eing this ,restricticUr would bit" defeated- by
the Senile, and thus place a barrier in the
way of,aliy.further extent on of ter reory ; and
that'theinviso,X carried into effect, could
not ope'rate upon
. any State to be termed of
newltacquited territory. ' .
• fiar,l . 't ExcrreaftrlT'afatttittunc.,—The
Sltetittof 'Dauphin county called out about
one hundred armed citizen a'oldiOrs, provided
with a 'brass six. pounder, to assist hi:n to
. levying•iinthe efiects'ef Certain'ciltirratiors
- Oti'llie - Centralltailitiad. The cause of lite
excitement Waa . this: The origi s ind contra°.
torslor the-Pennsylvaniditailread beidge,,a.
etoe ,lie Susiptaltunth, about tire miles a
tovn Hartistifiiril - for - surite - eattie - not
'clearlyascertained, swyended operations - on
the work, some of the creditors in the bor
ough proceqtled to levy qn the effects of the
contraCtries., whereupon the poor . laborers
who had not received pay for their work,
became clamorous, and would not permit
the sheriff to remove the things seized upon
from the premises. „ -
Upon -- the o: the sheriff and his
military prisse atpe'soene of action, the cf
pis had all been reriloved,Stil that worthy
officer. after hstanguing his men Etarted for
bomb ae etlipty as he Carrie. _
mei . M. Johnson, bound to Wheeling . from
Cincinnati. blew upon ‘V ed ' nesday lat . !, near
Alaysville, and .out of one huttdred and sfx
ty passengers, between sixty and seventy
ate either killed or missing, and thirty others
so badly kerildea as to make their tecovery
a matter of ,doubt.
After the eNplosio c ri the boat took fire ; and
many who escaped the explosion weio
tiler drowned or 'fell a viotitn TO tile fury of
So rapid was the pro.4ress of the flames
aimt tho exploshm, mid =o cr.toplete the de.
vastatioll,, 'hal hardly atiellort could-be made
for self-preseitiatinn. Tho boat was sOOO one
.heel. el 15re,5thil homed 'to the wateis edge..
IVLinyi,mm—Governor Platt's annual mes
sage le the Legislature of Maryland, shows
the state of the finances to be in a good eim
dition, leaving a 'charge on tho treastiny of
only $83,411. The gross receipts dining the
past year amourded te';.51,300,000, and du
ring the ensuing - year will probably be in
creased to 52,000,000, being an estimated
surplus of E200:000 over the annual expen
ses, accruing arrearages on the infeees't of
the State debt. The debt is reduced to 89,
Thu Legislature is urged to continue the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Westward, and
an opinion t>S expressed in relation to the
tonic to be pursued.
The message con •,..ucles with a ilisquid•
Lion on the Mexican mod adverse to the
annbxation 'of tetTitory
I* Maj,. JOVN P. 'CaixEs, recently a pri
soner in the city ol Mexico, and a member
elect ol the present Congress, reached his
home in KenitnAcy, Thursday week, and
met with ini• einlinsfastic reception. tii au
address to the people he gave it as his opin
ion that the War had been wronglull'y bro't
about, and wretchedly mttimanaged by the
President, Ad avoWed his intention to 'vote
in Congress agair.st the annekation of any
Mexican territory to the U. States, or the in
cOrporation of any,portion of the people ol
Mexico with ours.
Capt. CAbSIUS M. CLAP, the partner of
Maj. Gaines in his captivity, MIA also re
ceived at Lexington, ICy., iylth every dembit
straiten ol respect.
Kr The Washington eorrerpontl-ntof the
Baltimore Sun says that Clentl. Qiiitmait and
Shields, who ate now in Washington, are
both iii. favor of the permanent occupation.
ol Mexico. • He adds, 44 that- both. Generals .
seems to agree that if our Government doit:i
not authorize the permapeOt occupation of
,Volunteers %illl conquer. it on
th l eir own account, s and both the Ad.
mihistration ;and. Congress." We rather
think the Volunteers whoMre'now therehave
had enough of ; Mexico..,
The Alexandra Gazette says that MI • Petig
told us-In the thesst.ge of last year that' it
remainidlo be seem iv heater:the': ilrpiosiar,
tirci.ii , :''atly,itatageous to the I.liiiietl - Siates..--
Heforgot tell: us: iu mhssn;ieirlitit
hi itas,4reni cannet he give a_tipsefaf
eagtrupOn the subjeet? , .•
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• in a . o* - 4 , 4c - iiio,l th:e7addicailittifi. , ,`Tifr:X.iti`zf '.
s tit A ell :1 led hi the Steen(' i'itishierian ct,iof;!
he . ‘ ,, t i. ‘leeilihe !ist , l?gratiPlii„ . _,.. , 4 - :filsiiiii.=,'
mop e ei.L'iliciffelitiit.paper...Entertitiaindeils l;
ticiiid higheit respect for ItiOstiit4eritleil,'
44tre'regliyre heard the opinions adiajceB.iii2,
ihiti'ddpeas .v . l whielr purpOrted' to be a iiiifiiiiie..A%
thiallhlti`anil the Church against the "modern
7tecesies" of "itinerant talkers npoe..TpRIPCT7.
itheli!'''''WitelliWitiVitlitreitti IM 4 Cieaftil'or ,
"Itet.,in . fitistUrpose,- le
,alMatter oCittinion i:but
for bur partive could mot help feeling it to-be lit
in effect than atitipplogyfor intemperance,
or at least a justificat.ton'of trioderatelYvinc:drink
ing and such 'if we are not:inistaken,svas%the
genial impression it made upon his miledcaudi
-enie—of-frielidit and enemies of TeMPOrtiecti,--_7.
We would not do the slightest injustiee' t'o lir.
L., or doubt for a Moment the . eehleiplitioii mo
tives of his address.. We'onlystatei whitiVe be
lieve was the injurious eject, of it. With his re.
illy as it related to a previous attack we have
nothing to do.
' stood him, to show that the Temperance mon
and Their,leAturertovero-st-issue-wit - irtlie = BilitF;
and that their course was unscriptural and little
leis titan Infidel in its , iendatieios. To , this end
he quoted numerous passages fro; the Bible re
foiling • to- the . existence -Of trine in - the - earliest
ages, hs use as justified.bY the. holy-men of old,
its, manufacture, by the Saviour himself,
The 'scriptural denunciationi 'of. wino.drinking,
abalias that in. Prover a xxitt,Jie did not take the
trouble; 'to refer The temperance-Men; Mr.
selves up Itb,clVe the Church, rating temperance
as higher than religion; and talking of "redeem.
ing" men as ”signing 'the pledge" were
a passport to ifinnoitalitY. And these erroneous
and unjust asstimplimit 4 -these "abatraetions" as
they seem to us ,, -Nvere the foundetiona of
denunciations and aspersion's upon temperance
men and temperance societiti's,'endh as we regret
ted extremely to hear'from the pulpit.
With all deference to Mr. Lillitt's
.s )Tinions we
cannot help thinking he is considerably_."liehind
the age" in this matter. He draws ieniiiiranM3
men into on issue in which they ought not, or
cnnnot, he legitimately drawn. It ia Nan lees
than absurd to say that the friends df„,kermier :
I of the evangelical ministry and the great mass of
professing chris:ians in the country, are pursuing
an unscriptural course. Even he him'elf admits
that "lentil ebstinenee" is hecessary for example's
sake. And this we underatand to be the simple
ground the Temperance crise. Then why
his violent denunciations of it on other . grounds
ieh:c:i do not exist in reality, or why is he at issue
The Tetnperancc•cause we believe to ben great
and good Otitarprise, worthy of the sympathy and
advocacy it receives from great and good mett.—:.
IF,rit is liable to he li - diverted in is designs—if it
exhibits any tiliti7a• exalting itself above the pu
rity toll power of an earthly institution—it it
the ditty of good men to be in it that they may
Check sucl unholy .pretensions, and give it a
right direction. Bur while it - does its great work
in the melioration of human suffering—while it
goes forth on its high mission of benevolence,
&Viking at the . ; direst of curses, arresting ih t e
downward course of vice, raising up the degra
ded, restoring to the Mather her fallen btlt darling
boy,Aringing back tq the wife and children hint
who had telt them is Ririe In Misery mid destitu
tion, making glad the fireside wilichiniemperanse
had plunged into sorrow, and raising man up
from the vilest sink of degradation, "clothed and
in his right mind," to the conscionsness of a be
ing "made in the imago 'of his Crettior,"p—let
good men pause and tremble before they venture,
no manor holy 'conscientious their motives, to
' throw en much as a straw in the was' of hs pro
gress. The Tehmerance cause is not a-popular
one--its friends, so far as we can see, have a
worn of centuries in hand, and its final triumphs
rosy not be Untii that glorious period when
"righteousness shall cover the earth as the wa
ters fill Up the channels of the deep," but their
work wo doubt not is 'auxiliary, to that blessed
consummation, and in God's name wo say to
them tire not, faint not, but press onward, ON
0 - We have since received weepy of Mr. Lit
lie's address, but too late for publitation this week
Bbns of IC'empotnnOi
Tito following persons were cleated as officers
on the 3041 alt., for the entitling quarter,
WASHINGTON DIVISION, NO. 9.
W. F.L—Samuel M. Hoover.
W. E. R, Davis.
R. S.—John J. Gel*len.
A. It. B.J.,Summerland.
F: S.— avid Smith.
C.—S. F . Geneen. •
J. P.—R. Brubnker.
0. S,—Charlee Murray.
DARLISLE DIVISIOIc, Rd. 67.
W. P.—Geo. D. Brooke.
W. A.—Stephen Keepers.
R. S. Philip Quig,ly. •
A. R. S.—Jesso D. Rhitteltart,
I•'. S.—Joseph S. Gilt,
-A:- G.—T. .1. Bell.
J. S.—Jacob Myers.
O, S.—Solomon Skonfer.
Litahlry • Notices:
• . . .
Among the•riohesk ittraotions'olotii table
is, the January number of Godey's tar famed
Latly'rie Book; - The'firslr:Uniber_ot.tlia Now
yet* is really a'gein. ; `.T'lm
beautirtii,ilealga . :and,na benntilUlly of iir).;
Seveml oilier r engravings enrich% this nbin4 l
her. ~T he numerous talented coetribiltarie*
the work haite' . 'seiVed ;
which 'eanpi*;Will,M.be bnjoyed by its, *lea , :
ders t improvements arid'
additional .attractioriN , he
'q•';e o4 ` , ../kr lll V-3 1 9 1 / 1 115011rg:T:,7Zc...
1 10 . 7rtintisilOttYi:14igiiliture met at Hay
tii" .; 4 h the 11 onfe
'the Senate sate n?clndlcf !'l£lGl:<:_ i _
16 .1. iiiiii'pi0ep:r.i.tfieii.?'etilii:nie m b ers an
'fi"3vides; and GEOkGt;LAPLEY of Ches.
ter (- 1 1 13 jg) , roceived .33.4v0tea.,1ne :Prater
wee donsequently,,cleelared elected and, on;
filling the' chair made . 4:fteitirien_t and elo,
address ;-; ?
The.usual committees td.liatt . :on 'the Gov—
girnor,,were., appointed,and- the , 'llouse- ad
.1.0 the_§enate.ll'l4;- IVILLIAiVISON, of
Clitster, (Whig) WRB elected speaker, who
upon "bdrugs conducted to his seat learned
Munk's - tor 'the Impor conferted,apon him.
`CAUCUS' NOM IN ATIONS.•
The Senate Whig caucts hare nominated
Pearson, Sam ersdt,Clerk_aniLSulliVan_Ass!p_
Clerk; Transcribing 'Um ks MeCa •le • •of
n county, and Destimond, Philadel-
The Democratic HonSe catbus nominated
t;n1„ Jack, Westmoreland, Clerk,. Over Tug
tin; 5p to 4; McCleary; Settgeant-at-Arms,
County Philadelphia; Doorkeeper ; Ziegler;
Tho Clerks were to be eleolad toglay, an
wo•presit Toe haye beett jp,popordeece, Witt
' Mr. Speaker Winthrop is doitig good_ work
at Washington, in clearing out of the Capi
tol the remittal, and other (1 rink in 4 places
which IniVese n maintained there during
previous SeSSIOL s ,
.tor the members of the
TEN MORE REGIMENTS
In the SENATE, I'lr. Cass; from the Com ,
mitre• on Military Aflahs, has reported a
'Bill making au increase of ten .Regiments
cif - Infantry to the army engaged in Mexico
—lii? men te- be enlisted for the war; the
officers to be appointed -by the Piesident,
with the adilice and consent of the Senate.—
Each reg . irdent to have attached to it a sur
geon and two assistant surgeons.
On Wednesday,,iVir.‘L'ass reported another
Bill providing lot 'the raising of twenty addi
tional Regiments Of Vdruntrers.
INCREAS OF TIIE . A RMY—Tire National
Intelligeneer of Thursday sayS:Phe
tary Committee of the Senate repotted a
bill, a few days ago, for adding ten rdfivnents
to the present twenty'-tiro regiments of the
!ovular army; and yesterday the same com
mittee reported a bill' authoriting twenty weir
_regiments of 'volunteers. %When all these
regiments shall-be raised the Army of the
United• States, regular and .volotneer, will a
mount to some7riey or seventy ihmisimd men,
at a cost of . !trillions of money, which it is
at present impossible toeftimate, and all to
vindicate the personal consistkley of Pfesi
dent Nix. The ruin - out eons uenees of
this 111 2 sturre - d Mexican war noiv_repidly ap
proaching a polo( which the Most blined•lol
.lowevof .puity be/triable to extenuate
E2cEcuivE Nom [NATIONS
The PieSidefll bag rotiiinated to the Sen
ate ex-SpeakerVavis, of Indiana, to 'he
MiniAar to China, in the place of Mr. Eve
John Rowan, of Kentucky, to be Charge
de A Pah es to Naples, vice Major Wm. Polk,
Dr. N'ilep, of Baltimore, formerly Secre.
iary ul Legelion at Parisoo be Charge de
Ml:tires to Sardinia, vice Rebeil.ll'ickliffe,
These nominations have since been con..
BrrneJ by the Senate.
On Monday, in the Senate, Mr. C ass' bi'l
for increasing the army, came up, but was
postponed and made the spec . ial order for
Wednesday. In the House, resolutions on
the War question wei e intiodined, which
cawed SOlllO debate, but no busittesK of im
portance was done.
WASHINGTON, Tuesday, inn. 4
SPEECH OF MR. CALHOUN.
Is SENATE.—The morning bm.iness was
unimportant, hot the galleries were crowded,
HS well as the privileged seats on ihe floor,
to hear Mr. Calhoun's speech on his renbiu
lions pleviou;ly submitted. They wera as
• I •Resolved, That to conquer Mexico and
hold it, either as a province or to incorporate
it m the Union, would be inconsistent with
the avowed object for which the war line
.been prosecuted; a. departurft from the set
itled policy of the Government; in conflict
•with its character and.genins: and in the end
`subversive or our free and p * ()pular
"Resolved, that no line 'of 0147 in the
further prosecution ~ f the war shank( be a
dopterti which may lead to ocinse9uences so
disastrous. • '
In support 'of these resolutions : he teiteraf 1
tad the sentitnehte'crietained in his speech I
of last eessinn;•its'to the piceptien -end , etedoi
of "carrying'; on the war: ' Oohed opposed '
theee ott that fief:Reit - xi, not only because he
believed that ihe war Was armedgiettiyi.end
might hive heir . ' tiaol44rolo,ll, iiut.,frorp
thedkigheet congidertitueiS '- of:betides!, 'policy,
,46E.110'.bitlieV'ed . .thht,,I heappai'iik
pt-ais - of
therAdniinistialwiri;r . if carried oui;,weeldletid '
lb the: iriotirseridiat evils'. ''.To 7 oppbee', these,
evils as far, as ,Tiessihle,,
,fie ,hut? t .'las! ,y,iai
4oliderethde., a ‘i, :l l i t e h e d ' r fej ‘ l 4l.t o i ur d ' i to , cAapf r i ci l i ci )p c ;: a n: i i 'il d p ni tic iti p l c a t ;
lirkei.::•The . sa(ise , ,ino(it;e al ety,' , acteated%hhO
, in! offeritig'aud':;preis.,sittii.'ties,O'.; , ..resohifhiesi.,
lie ;!pad' ttelleiiketal tiOt . 'l4:9'y 'cbtisitlO.FlttlOAYi
to'actOrtte , htii.'''.ffeileitfict,felt - oallectupo%
hit 'sustain' theitf?Eit cal ii o.;,riqr,:ici,, , ,,itieligil)4P . ,
(bit divoilitioli:l4iiiisi , his
~nritieseres,,-t 411 e.
'B.On:if aticuite,tpjtailSr!'/Ut epoke I,d,.lettglti,-.
'nOtil ,3 willi' his'. aCbuitealKi4bilits , ? ,, r,ttOre - ti'
into ari','Carriegt.lltifthicti`O,l'tlie'Xiike, oti c y;,.,
pli fir • Oftiiittd'. ty min,. iclik,(4,4(c'fi - ei . 8,1R,,
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, 101 - :cibittifiii4:jailiciWli*Aii'sp#4;Whep,il l9 ,
IWelletit-iliac by )Ip:
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,dioitiitive'li , iii:Yitn liglArA ti p'rin't!ete 7, ,
iilty:l4ll4iljeoiffilifiSYJben. 404',' . 100R,miftitPfy i
hir tinathintlypigla iTios atN,Toi,py,B„i,se6 . ,
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itet)ioqfie:Uj's;'Stillet . 4l;ein„l, alli(o!n.t.01
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the 28th with lutaii.datesOiMioVere.'Crui„
AmPt*L4.oPassf 3 ni,S( B 4reiiiiitiMb**oftl3 , .
efilsAlqrnlllo',honik? . f ate
haKearOliels ButiOi,lMsitln - BCoti r 'and
s um; esphltini Thompson , and TIM r; 1.441.10.
W-il . tr
. The barque ,Brain had not arilvod l at Vera
Cruz, and it was feared that shO' ivas lost.
No later dates had been received from the
Later fr om 'the Brazos.
steamer Tetegrailh - lias 'arnved !Kam
the'Bilizos ) brierg,ing later dates frinri
The Matemerae. Flag :states. that a large
nemper.nf_ Allpx,icene:wgreT.entigraiing =into
Texar the-fisariose of obtaining' the pro
tieilopjoi the Apieridan lawn Mould the Rip
...HOW' POCULAJAITY IS..M ADE r.—The city re.
Porier of the Daily News, gives the follow
ing developement of how the war is carried'
on by the friends of Buchanan against the
L - Bwhautin this.city, are giving a series of
grand c.'leet4," or in other words
magrifficOnt suppers, &0., to wide!) all the
kighei-grade of the faithful are. invited, and
'at which it.y.thec.us(oirrto discuss„-amid the
'lldrietesti popping of wine corks, the great
sciiieStiona of the war and
the necessity.cif continuing the war as long
mcposs , ble, and the exceeding propriety of
elevatit-g theallegerf "favorite son" to the
'presidential chair as soon as possible. The
evdnings - tifTtiestiny 'and 'Friday" are the
'of which was given on Ttiesday night last
by Air: k'ostmaster tehinatwaud the unsur
passed maga. iheence of whkit Was yesterday
the genera, subject of converse, (he expense
being estimated at not less than a round
These things 'show how the honest dem'od
racy are bamboozled" by their selfish.leaders,
who reach the honors and the spoils.. It is
worthy of remark that all these Entertain
ments are given by . the Pest Office and
Custom-House office-holders, who hold fat
offices and big salaries by the I.vor of Rlr.
Buchanan. 1411. Dallas not being a favorite
at Court has no patronage.
St.. vcay.—Looking over some calculations
on the census 0f..1840,. - We found these re
sults; • •
For every one hundred whites—South Caro
lien has 1.15 slaves; Mississippi 100; Flori
da 02; Alabama 75; Georgia-G0; Virginia
; North Carolina SO; Kentucky 51; Ten
nessee 28; Maryland 28; Arkansas 26;
The while slave States number 15. •
The shines are chiefly entered in the
planting revions. You may find 2000 slaves
in parts of South Carolina, to !O() whites—on
'the other hand there'are-districts having but'
few bond. In the low - hinds of Virginia,
North Caroline, South Catalina, Veorgia 'and
nit Florida'and Louisiana negroes abound; in
a bill country or upland region they pre
in numbers. The sane _ holds flue
of Missis'sippi, Tennessge-i-Ese. But.in
Tennessee, AVestern slayery
ken ROM A TIC ..LAMP GI,ASSE/3.--A very
simple routrivava, but_one which is of uni
versal importance, and affects all who vela
their eye-signt, has been recently patented.
It-.consists in substituting for the &slain] ,
illes at present in line for gas, lights, and oil
and other lamps .glasschimnies made of blue
or rather gray glass, which are either ground
or polished; as Ihe case mny be. The effect,
of this simple introduction of a colrdtl me
dium,. through which the light of the 'frame
passes, is to get rid of the led or yellow
glare of the artificial light, 6nti to produce a
pure white I ighi r similur,Or 'elosely approach
The relief given to the eyes by this means
is at otice .experienced 'and the aid afforded
to artists; and painters more particularly,' s
obvious. The expense of this.improvetnent
is not mord than that of the present mode.—
The improvement is so obvious and so easily
Contrived, that it is strange it %%as net - er
thought of or acted upon before.
13scucLons.—A. bill has been introduced
into the New York Legislature, to lovy an
annual tax of $7 on every bachelor between
the age.; of 28 and SG. The following is this
"Sea. 3. Every unmarried white male,
unconvicted of crime, o good health and fair
physical proportions, and who is between the
ages of +2B and 56 years, shall be deemed an
Widowers, of over tWd years standing
conic under its provisions also. Right, all
0.7" There is a man in Worchester.
who has lived so long on corn Bread that his
hair has turned to silk, like that which grows
on the grain, and his toes are so full of corns
that he expects to see theta covered with
Puutrowsny CorortimP•rids.—From Its 11111'14 al
,always baffled the most *kkilha medical treat
ment. has very Wetly been termed the “Opprdloritun
of Physicians t" and, Until within n few years, been
•generally considered' Incurable, although tunny medi
cal- Men - of the Mullett' standing, 'ainonrp whom we
may mention Laennec and his friend Boyle—both dis
tinguished atithors,admit that this much dreaded dis
ease may be cured, even In its advanced etages..wilin
the lungs are not completely lisoiganised. The ro
inerly which we now offer, i'llierrsn's DALIIAM OP
%Vim) ()Hagar, for-the cure of this illeense, not only
emanate§ froma-regular Physician, but hoe Mao beet,
well tested in all the enmplainti for.whlch it is ra•
commended. It is not my intention, therefore, either
to cloak It in mystery,tirtin any, way decel4e the Ruh r
lie by alienating:lts virtues Lon the contrary, # shall
I Dimply endeavor to gives btlef statement of its use.
fulness-hind - Tatter .niyielf that ti' surprising efficacy
•tvill enable me.tsfulyptalt such moiler its virtues as
twill satisfy tile - aoot Incredulous, that Consumptinn
may and "can be cured," .1f this medicine be resorted
io in limo.' • ': • "
TO. gnihnifie signed 1, BUTTS on Mg wrapper,.—
Bbl dln Carlisle by S. ELLIOTTrioIe agent. • •:-
• . _ •
Costitok ! &ikeiiViA W Oluiiit
'Bored that a - pm - Sall la an'evidenea3lait same haphrlty
le 1 940 hi Illa lanes. which; If .novslieedlly.remov...
ad, will so' Irritate these ,dellcate marls as sooner,er
later to brlnton "Inllatinatlon or the luotts"—alorn!
df disease yv,hlali,wo
. I . llgh road to
Waleuir -INDIAN • V eilifAiliEVriEl#l;:ii e
re , nio t
delightful: medicine for: currying o ff a cold;'becauga
they expel , fromitlie reyelentalP inerbidKAnd corrupt
iiUIIIOII (the • dridee'oriVerfr
eseVarol halting] mrannbr , '.:Four , or fide of .kYriglithr.
Indian Vegetable Phis. taken go in g to ,
'bed,' will in a ihort lime remove the Meet ohailnate
i !Apid,at the mine. Woe the'digeetiva (grunt yvill he
,restored* to a healihyototle, and tha.brobd 'plum!**
ifleivara of cOnntaileitaofalralpthii!,(MMelrte'coarf
nd - wifkanger r,otliera arelnade to reeemble ln out
per& appearance the origlhal infest
plurseJe purchae&from 'AIM-regular agents only,
Mlie-br-more or wkonf,mayrfrsunttlirkVery — Villoge
ar] .lown ther 'Prigniphi ifil) fire at Philo!.
Sold 'ln Corillie gni - mot:4s, oaIEBY
'agantapubliatied.in advectisipgc,tkupit4,W :.; i. 1 ,1 i;4;'
. . . .
) B•NDS' ButeArAnn i tYp-An oniinent- riiyslllr 1141 . A11'
.pine of iber vahro b le'Worldi tkiiniitrintilighed.:'!nrys3--
I'The doctrine ofihgr,a i rghtptlon of medical .eubsrances
IMO the , blOod,:l a now, getleinhy,recoiitil,fhrt,:it , la eat.
, pAble of physiological chemical and illoroneullcii de
oiiitintion.',',, ..It:loArits 434inetItotoiopertition on
Ine:yltal strennithnt Eihrider`Arireipqrlha has porro(m
!ad such, erionishlng:iiitres . of Illitrorie' Eruptive anti
Glandular Ikpronspg: , and-n" Writ .of - othor nialedlei t or,
;which infected Wood ir ifie, founditioni . .'llthideter.
gent Moments:Air...6hr eira,ordinary iiiellortalorfr ere
inoninkluoliAliropop tlio eopiniinication•betW eert : Mr,
digestive rip : gorging rind ,ihe velthrinto the Oircirleil n 1 14 ,,
• a nil i bora hy Ini' henfrailzing n64_0111114: prong) . lit
.expel tOI that hi foreign th,tiie'erinipooltlon'of henit iy.
'llinod,..-The- rogirihr,witif , Trgilith;ilio viligjiiiiinciloht
:116,n0 of diglingirg-Arq fint4 4 3l l 4 , ;l3,4AhrlyAkdreltiOnnd.
Its iihir'initAqqatk,tiffilll!f. 11,PON'.441'IMP-tt!4lr-4.:
, ii,t 6 ilihi I.l!CP!.if ; ; , 41 , v , 01pti144004 .A,i f
~i r Flittrea,kh i :b 1 -
iii p. - 100:Fugotte0' 3S
~ -14 1ACAIN:N',', - -. .t is i , ",--.
, A8410,4114(4. t ßivEtt4 4.1 ,0 014 1 !). , M 1 i p i lut..
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111/P,O o co l o`so l X:P olll l:l ' 9,*!:#7sf,'!. l 4l9!!let.ti
"'•' -, ,',.,..1'''< , ',1',,; , AC: , V.M4e;t,11:4NT,5:7W, rp-;.,,r..,-'0,V.,.5-1,.5 , ..,,
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itiiad deal of afloat isatlaAitliitaa v
a vigitious offprt..unitoatelidig;
bit facide aftthelifeeent. WI; ion of Iltit
islafareta pßeitti t authorialeitit,
ihat:44, 3 lablishat;iiyundkinOperlestrictipiis il
of F ree pinqiii in this State '•,.friatv
Walt onty„cafi' determine.
Zme : —A large body of carbonate of zinc,
.beeti discovered by Dr. Wm.
B. rahnestock, near the lead mine of Mr.
Shenk, in Lancaster county.. The .ore,
which' has 'been ptincluneo lime, has,
been ascertained to contain 60 per cedt. of
'Q6-`Gen. Shielda, speaking of Gen. Scott
at. Augusta, remarked "that though' he en ,
tered the'ernay . prejudiced against General
Scott, he considered lijin, after his
ence under his.CorArnaucli as having no liv
tng the qualities or a great cbm-
twirAcorpa-of , engtiteers - iroirrililrail i
mam; and Ohio Itailro'sd Conipaity at Whal
ing locating She ronieeastul'id. They have
progressed - in their surveys as fiCas-iticAloc
hiiin's creek,six..miles:lroin.Wheeling.- •
• [t An official statement signed by D e an
iel Grahere, Register of the U. S. Treasury,
'shows that the expenditures Of the. Govern
meet for the.first quarter of the present fis.
,were . eighteen Slid es lan millions,
or at the rare of lieventy_forailhotts_p_er
(6 — Died in Loughburg, on the 14th.
Mrs. k.:l,zabeth .T,ackman, aged about eighty
years. She'yas stricken-with palsy, and
laid forty days without partaking, of a trOr
sel of lood. .
The National Whig hints that' if the Whip
will not be M impatierft, , !thev• will get Gen.
Taylor's opinions imin over his own
lure, in all proper time. 7'4 . 9 will all be mare
Utah yaliAfied." Gen., TAYLOR is a Whig and
"nothing else," and every . Whig can
eistently support him.
On the 36th ult., by the Rev., E Breiden
hangh, Mr. SAMUEL EINE ENRINDER ! Of Al if-
Mr) tp., to Mks SUSAN HAHN, of Franktord
On the same day, by tkO same, Dlr. AN
EW 1361 . 1.s„RiLNewv to Miss ,SlitA
JOHNSTON, tAttiyrie tp. -
ofi the-BOtir j ult., •the Rev. J. A. Mur
ray, Mr. An.of Lnim• to Miss REGENIA E.
McGowAN, only dnugditer of Mr. S. McGow
an,near Spring Forge, eurrtherlafo co,-•
On Thursday, the 30 hf the Rev,
N. I IMlnnui, Mr limirAmiN Niesc - Y r
roe township, to Miss Sminll A. EISEVAIUJT ;
On the same llay,by the same, Mr. GEO.
RICIIITLE 10 R.liss ReoeccAllmexea, both .
. Lt Newton township, on the fathllt.:
bronchifF , TAllS3 JASI IsAnELLA;Oaiighter of
John Piper!, aged 23
On Saturday last, Mr. Wita.tatir CRALL, an
•Ild and respected. citizen 01 this borough,
aged 72 years.
in Vanishing. on the 2fiih Nov., in the 22d
year of lierage, Miss MARI: AT:F.T P. Mow, daugh
ter of James 8. Espy, of Harrisburg, and adop
ted daughter of James P. li:Spy, of Philad'a.
Thus an early grave has closed over one whose
virtues demand soinething inure ihan a nutsnili
sigh, and whose acahrripinAnnents impel the tri•
time of even rnOre than a tear. She who bur
abort tune since watched wilt an Angel's care
over the pillow of p Ayin g 'sin er, and who, true
to her nbrilest is stitiqs, was unceasing in her en.
deavors to alleviate - Chit sister's sufferings, has
herself , gone to - join
“The inionneroble caravan. that nieces
Ti, that aly,sterlatts realm, where each shall take
charrifi.v. , } in theadent halls of death.''
In this insintice, the "tell destroyer" has ens'
a gloom over att extensive circle of relatives and
friends, such as no evidences of condolence, how.
ever sponninenns or sincere, could lor a .moinent
dispel. But still there is a something connected
with the dissohmOn 01 the ptdung and the beauti•
lii is 111 , 41 prottiptit Us to th 6 peigormance of those
friendly rocs which take limm sorrow its most
poignant sling and ham grkf its most latter pang.
lVe cannot torego the melentholy pleasure of tes
tifying to the ttentahility which characterised her
dn.position, and to the stievity end gentleness
e 1)1..11 marked the manners of this most [Accom
plished young lativ • nor would we do justice to
our own feelings did we not say, in all sincerity.
that we deeply sympathise with her lim4 In the
dispensation of Providence which has ink'elt her
from their midst. May all who lament herAeatth
kern to imitate her Who Would
strew flowers upon her grave learn to live :he
tt•—,l d:e os she ruled. •
110 the SlOoliholders of Ihe CARLISLE
BANK. Notice is hereby given in confor
mity with the following order of Court. ••
• GEO. A. LY,(ol`.f, President.
4 Xarlisle Bank Jan 5, 1848.
In the Circuit Court of the Unita Suttee, in .0 1 111
for the Eastern District bf Pennsylvania, in
the third eircut,,pf Pctober.session l .lB97.
Krebs vs. Lyon et al. No. 1, April 'Session,
1848. In Equity. And now, .to wit: this first
day of December, A. D. 1897, in thb thither of ,
the Hill of Complaint of John M. Krebs ve. Geo.
A. Lyon arid otherB, Direttors of the Carlisle
Bank, and the subpoena issued ihn of the Circuit
Court of the United States, for the Eastern Dis
trict of Pennsylvania, No. 1, April sessiun l 134:8.
On the, pentiodolthe Defendants,Veiting but,
I although they represent all the. Stockholders of
the said Bank; that differentintereste in different
classes of dui said etuckholders:thay require them
to have null& bf tbb" pr . ficeeding,..diut ' theY Poki ,
Appear and 'defend their respective interests, tf
they shall ' think proper; and that front their num.'
bar it would-be: , inconvenient and expeaSive to
bring tliem in 'as Tarlies,'hy , the,'Proeesir Cf the
COurt; , attilliraying , the Court foMinke ati'drdni,
tibtfidriaingAhllm to give notice' to the Stockhold! , ,
tint.Of•the;dprocieeding,vbf'a - publication Of , said
petition,.and the decree Of ;the'COUrf . thereori, for'
tour.tvcisks preceding the first day of April next,.
in , one • pager published in 'the citY'of Philadel.
phia;.and in, two.papere published in .the borough.
of .Cailiehwt - Vhe C '
hart; haviegitaken the oaind
into consideration, .thaltcs the order; according O
thesaid,prrizer,,of the petitioners..., ; , I .... , 0. ..,,
- . ;g --- , 7 , Egtith,rit.Disirict orperm , ..- See l ,-,.,,V„:
• j,"GForgo';-glitt,. Clerk, Of. the Circuit:Conn Of.
for the Eastern District th
of Peitheylianfe; in e Third,Circu4do hereby,
certify: t hat the . thiegoing is' a ' true„anAfeithfuli
copy of the origfnal,.ol) file andrenisitung:of “re ; :
Witheiteniy„htind:Snii ihe'Seal of the
IL, S.], sej_d_Sourt, at' Philidelphia,-tlip,seeott
'clay - ortleeetrthei,'.A: , -BC- 1847 c eifd.ln'
the seventy-sedond',ycar of the lndependenee'X
the said, UnitedfStates.., 11ni,:.. , , •
GEORGE , PLITTi,CIeAt C:C;'',l
..; Nap AgGlLLS,Airtilited,';..“'...
rillildaubiariber wiehee o - engaget'in the' sale
. JL orlde`PoliN a numbe r'oryoung, and middle ,
aged .fifen or.moral 04;001We :babits,‘ as trae;..
044411090;i: - Hating completed, pow bed greo..l
iy, improv e d tuition of .hia.prdeermit Alas,; 73 '
Wove P, larier c ltra IL Of Abe,,WorlfliAareredge, laud
Dime r once 'M.' the•;.*Vnued . Buttes,„fitk,Totionall
111np of : 09;,11nited...Stemitalsitia varietrokodt:
tr ? Mar inalmqpir Oirieol,:r..4lllicOi , thin
'13*19 - lor,Wliintll 4 Itkfunirt,',4 l 4 o TiorPr-dOlif
o,Welitißt a fr0...., v 1 4 ,3- n
4 1 . 0 1e 41 14
W..i(i),,.:. '. oi)itti.o)iiiitii.O.,
44,s ::HERIORRHOIDS. or PILES,
tiER AL or . Externstliellnanjwitly cure
I,A'RY,"*.n :INTERNAL REMEDY phich, if use
.ocolding ro directions; a CURE gar. LIFE is guar
_MPTanta or:THE I .lseAsS , --A comment con
eminence of this affeetion,,e6 a kind of tenesmus
or bearing down sensatioei, as it is familiarly call
ed; there IS also a herd; tension and throbbing it
the part, varying frotha moderate degree of them
sensations to tho4nost excrutiating suffering
these are eausi) . by the great fl ow of blood ti
the parts. So etimes the inner coat of the . Lowe
protudes at ,livery evacuation, terrning - What it
called Prolfisus, or falling of iliebowele'.; this ii
theieffeet, dif long conlitiiied irilialionjand weak:
netts or that' organ. In hoitio instances , the paiieni
experiences -nervous peintrolgelftird'indencriba•
tile, and known only to, the sufferer, which corn.
mence immediately aftete-in evacuatio, and con
tinue from thirty minutes to several hours ; these
benealions aril very annoying and sometimes very
distressing; Thib tfiecnae; when'of longeontinm
mice, is attended by pain and weakness , in the
back, irritation of the 'kidneys and bladddr, and
other.organs in the vicinity,- pain end numbness
in the legs and-feet, a sense of sttaittiese'fabout
The chest, and unnatural fulness of - the alidiaminal
viscera, accompanied with palpitation Of the-heart
_ antLo pp res sion—lndiiiiinals"soinethererviptnii.--- -
- tince - , - pievitiniTs - To - liiii - iitta ct of the Piles; ElYmP
toms denoting great derangement in the cirettla
non ; there. is, a sense of weight and presittire in
• the abdomen, with a• pecidiar• feeling of.luneasi
hese in the bowels, constipation or perinieurn,-ae
tended withpitm in die-'back and IMnS, nausea.,
~antii i iiliglit4ains- in- the- stomuchiiptile eouiffe: -
nanc.a;nonfn,sed'itinaticitts In.tha head, wearinesnr,.
dihnontentdd itatenttlid-mind i
and a sense ... a (intim. and oppression in the re
gion of the stomach., The circulation on the
'surface is feeble, and the ciirrept Of. blood deter-,
mined inward and downwards.,
For all Of the above' &leases and comptc.inte,
Dr: Venial's VihwrAhLe .ELEc,TvIARY.,CUTes ef
fectually, and therefore .prevents-Pitds.
- - --READ T-11-E- 2 -1 2 -ES-T-1111.0.-g Y.
Ifposox, Dec. 11, 1846. • •
CENTsz—I have used Dr. Ilphom's Vegetable
Pile ElectUtty which I purchased of you, and --
find it one of the best medicines in use for the
Piles, and also far bilious affections, arising front
an impure state of, the system. Yours, &c.
E. A, COLE,.Marble Dealer.
U. S. MAasuto,'S Or'ster,„
Dec. C, 1847.
Messrs. Wyatt & Ketcham—fientleitiom tut
derstanding that you ore the general ugents - for
the sale of Dr. Upliam,s Vegetticle-Electuary,for
the cure of „PileS, 1.-.ALIVe-dsemed--it-my duty to
volunteer CrerommendatiOn in behalf of that-in
valuable theilieine. I lidve;benff afflicted for ma
ny years with Piles;and Nava tried various reme
dies, but with ho beneficial effects—indeed, I
began 'to consider my case In lerly.hope 1e55„...13 t
eland the first of September last, 1 Ivas prevailed
upon by a friend to make a 'frial of the above
Mimed inedicine. I took his advice and rejoice to
-say that I atn not only relieved, but, as 1 believe,
peffeetly cured. I most earnestly roommend-it
to till who'rnay pare the misfortune to be allieted
with that annoying imd dangerous disease.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant;
REMARKABLE Cent OE PlLEti_! — ' 7lllllTY YEAS
Mount Washington, Berkshire co, Mass.?
Messrs. Wyatt & Ketcham--Gents: Fdr th.rty
years I have been afflicted with Piles, general
debility and inflammation, causing rumors and
pro'apsus oftliu mid - which had resistedall the medical trentmetk Dr. Chapman and oth
urs could give. The last three years of that rime
toy sof - Fenno defy description. I was confined
to bed; unable to help Myself, end at last given
up . hymyTdiTsician and friends'inliespair of ever
gruiling health: in fact fur three days before I
commenced lining Dr.'llpham's—Fivleetifffly.l
was entirely speechless and my -burial. clothes
were made. But under Providence, and the use
of Dr. Uplinm's Electuary, though an OLD :DAN,
Iduive Bic pleasgre of stating the fact to-the obit-
Ifs that my health is now good. and hope to live
many years, if it is Cod's will, to make known
the virtue's of Dr. Upham's Electuary, and to re
commend it to my afflicted fellow•creatures. It
helped sue beyond the expectations of all that
knew my c.se, and 1 can only 'say to others
that it is, in- my opinion, the best niedieino
in the world for Piles, or any other disease of the
bowels; and if they will use It according to the
directions, I will myself warrant a cure in every -
case. Yours, mkt the utmost expression of
t nen k ful ness, CORNF.LIUS SPUR.
Egramont. Berlts co, Mass.? .
November :29, 1847, 5
'rile above certificate tells a simple andlruth
ful story of suffering and relief, of which, as phy
sician and winless in the rase, I cheerhdly CD
JOISO. DR. CHAPMAN.
NOTICE—The genuine Uplinm's Elvetunry
has his wrolan sig.nmore, thus (VT A. Unborn.
AI 1).) 'l:ba hard 143 alone done with a pen.—
Price 81 A box.
Ct:rl II d wholcsalr ntid i-etail by WYATT &
121 IFiiitnn strees; N. Y., rind by
Druggists getnrrally liming - horn din United States
SAMUEL ELLIOTT, Agent fur Carlisle
January 5, 1848=1y
. . . .'I he two-story Brick Dwelling
lip HOUSE, adjoining the Methodist.
Parsonage. on Pin street, or pre:
. It", sent occupied hy Mr. M. P. Ege.
!!!: . :•; , 1' Posse Felon given on the Ist day of
April 'mkt. Also, the SHOPS now occupied by
Mr. c4egg, choir-maker, on Pitt street, ono
door south , of the Methodist. Parsonage. For
kerths a'pply to .
W. D. SEYMOUR
Carlisle, jnn 5 1848
FOR RENT, ..
'4l; Two BRICK 1 - 101.1.Etit in that well
6 16 e r
s . -business
s n 6 f , n
I Carlisle obagi
v t a a n ll ,g e:
at.... 1 i ffarptir's'Rnw,' on the North-eaet aide
the lbt day of April next. For terms apply to .
JOHN N WE A VE.E.t.. - 0.
GEO. A. LYPN ' ; ,
January 5, 1818—tf ' 4 '-''''' -' ',
The Two-Story Plastered 1101.i.SE;
;I I I Kitchen. 'Ste. in Main Street, now
• occupied by J, B: Bretton, will lidiented'
or one year front the first of April nest. •
FROM the lat of. April. ,
ISO,. that ,
- convenient STONE HOUSE;oraligh
. g 4 f Street, Carlislo,, east 'of G. Lyon, .gag,.,
1 i containing two good ::parlors-and- limo
other rooms,' four-fifths. of the, hall,
kitchen, oven, smoke-house, garden and yard,
and all the collar under the ,front heave. ApPIY
to • :- —• • •: - WM: BUTIER: , Agent
for the.heirs of Mrs,illatteer deo'd.;
- Messrs., J. E . - L
by, Pe - dile, ;and: Joseph 1101,
bort, will give into,rmatlop and,the terak:., If „..
January 5,'1848 .... '-. ... I .- ~,, .. , titr. '
T A.N.D 01,o',cCirriek'pf- . 4"Zorib,
; a • ;
1.?4 ittid ;out her . eireete, t
is , • occupied by Chnsfititilrilittff, foitublie •
wit h-the-room-i n-t
tocom mod lo tie Ippm'onti
lotto part 'ortite'lot-rt , mitletfil. it cute -crib° ' beet
buitinees,apiPditip tbe,plice. or terms
of • - *,• •," --- J.Q4; 1 1:';A:2111)5111i;IC,13. - f,, 7 ,
Cori-islet 'Jen' 5 '1848. 4 r • •
ei6if ;ii : lk " i> 4 El;' l / 4 .
LING Housgp ; A A 135Kidinis • Row.
Also;'TiiciFtarnh DiVe 4 1 , 1 101 .1 ?PPSia ,
Dwellino HOUSES'lti , eltnith'Hiihov,er
S. adleiniriefilartem: 'Mao
E4velling HOUSE ;in Chun li;alle'y."Fur,tb a
apply to the aolia,Oriber.
t• , ISS tIJIM vou ! vagiln! , ., ,
1 ° 18 1 e 1 , ..
1843 ' 4 4 t
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niAlfeiniogo . nejiltrit t egiim,All persons_ .
piirt 414ttil MICIIITBIIArIeatP4II
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