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IVEDNISDAY:FEBRUAiIY -2 ,
(t4rSee fourth Sage hit. a scathing letter
'rom tlntlependeut," relative to the ontrk,e
oue 'fire in the rear,' upon the heroic- SCOTT.
0::;r7 We are again under obligations in the
non. hissers Brady and Stewart, of Con
gressflbc . telbuble public documents.
long ,itrtueitbietnerati - hare
Abridged our 'variety- dl -reading, maser this
week„ yVe shell arrange it so as to give the
usual amount in our nest.
D :1 - The day of sale in the advertisement
at the Messrs. .11./ngtvalt, in our last paper,
should have read Thursday the 3.1, instead
of the 131 h, as oroneously printed. -The,sale
iVilltake'plaee to-marrow.' •
• -- - (Lel' nirrWhigs of Conglesce t- have — hulti' - a
•• meeting, and iieeideil on calling
Coneention. Anodiermeeting will be held
this weekm fix upon a day'.
o:trOur readers will. be gratified Id lien
'from Major Jack Downing again. Ilis las
spicy despatch will be loinfil.in another col
• Jonn naa been duly u
thorized by the pi oprietors of fhe Plnladel
Cumberland county for the daily, tri,weekly
and weekly issues of that paper; and the
German paper, the,"WOelientliche Nenigkei
lonj" which is to be published from and
after the Ist of March next. Ile is now
travelling through•the county for that purpose.
TRIUMPII.OP OLD FEDERALISM 4 .-1 n the lo
co foco county' convention, yesterday, the
.friends of-Mt.-Ruchanin gained a signal tri
umph over the supporters ot Casting-vote
Dallas, the latter led by our.neighbour of the
...Volunteer. The• conveitti.ui a`ppointed Dr.
Jacob Baughman, Senatorial Delegate, and
Wm. R. Gorges and A. Sinith M*Kinney, Re
presentative Delegates to the 4th of llittich
State Convention. That Convention appoints
the - delegates to the National Convention.
Oz*:,t-The Washington Uuion lies exploded
all.the warmly cherished•hopes of Peace, by
averring positively that no project of a tregY
has been received by the State Department.
Nevertheless the semi-ofliCial corteepontient
_of the . Baltimbre Sun avers positively that
Mr.l'rist has sect such a project, although,
Mr. Tiist bailing been recalled, his negotia
tions have of course no official sanction.—
The earnest efforts of Mr. Tiist to secure
_pettce.shody,rdany tele, iltel_be_hita mote
lionestythan his inasteis. _ -
Qz:7- The De:nocrat takes a .paragraph
from our japer of July 27th,, to shOw ihat
we were then in - fairer of calling out more
troops, and contrasts it with our opposition to
the ten regiments bill now before Congress.
- Cifffiiiill/7 - we did jUiti in the call for more
troops then, hews° all the battles had yet
to ICe fought. But now that Mex'ico is van
--Adished Gen. Scott asks for no more troops,
and we tire not in favor of granting them
to carry out Polk's ruinous and reckless
sche'rne of subjugation and conquest.
(Kr The'Leker of Monday -expends
column of indignation upon Messrs. Corwin
and Webster on account of the "aid and
comfort" their speeches have afforded the
Mexicans. Nobody ever saw in the Ledg
er however, any expression of indignation
upon the "aid and comfort" Minded the Mex
icans by Pulk's admission. of Santa Anna,
or by Polk' s
, recall of Gen. Scott right in the
midst of the War ! Oh, the hypocrisy of
A. Washington. correspondent of the New
York Courier says—" 4 is now clearl y , un
derstood that General Taylor's name will be
presented by his friends to the tV114..t Na
tional Convention, and that his name will a
bide the result of their deliberations.. I
_this on the highest authority. is
therefore in - the power of that - body to reject
or accept the acknowledged strength which
his well earned confidence among the peo
ple will bring to bur standard."
The National Intelligencer of
Thursday, ivhich'no doubt speaks, from
authority,. and knthOe d ge, conclusively
settles the question as to Gen. Taylor's
Whigism...__lLsays ...GEN. TAYLOR
.IS EVERY INCH A WHIR, AND NOTHINO
ELIE THAN A WHIG.'
O 4 !ow years ago no man was the sub
.jeCtergreatr and bluer indignation by the
115001000 press of this State, than Thomas H.
Burrows; the man who Wanted totreat a 4:at
tain election as Though it. had not taken
place at off: . 14.6 w—the locos of Lancaster,
ari "cheek by:jeWl , i''friends . with• him, :and
even 'ptoposett tanning.hirn, ark their 'candi
date far l4ay*,,p,f,,that..e,ity.t. Thfasalccos can
sometimes:awallow . liardloses . They even
want to annex the'. 4 Jniggors"• of 111exicir to
`izr''Observer,' , the Washicgion cOrresponr
eleifisof ill's. Led ger; ( ls nt
— lsTiss " F . d OfiuuLin . Geir 8. eio.o*l
9,1 .. in
' hen dir4.;* doubt ilud*Po l o gime; but it
ry AlifOntilfsigatt 01,110.v111 . g,
Etton - po tre Cou
le! 6, ir , d ritte;i4en ha° exPr9e
opinloi4ittbijay,ot•lnore than one
oc (melon, latel3llthilastiteht Taylor should
be nominated by the,
-.34„ , Wings; Ilkathe is
•, ii h 'g 14"seif:
of itcipoirtatice hq
tnvispi red en eilltorttianett of R p ! .. National
cliscarraion'OOf Senate; and hasislt
.;,!,•,..;eited'enthe able apegelier.
Otr, Hon. neveidy ,)cheann and k. J, gent
gag; hail a., wrum'alliMatittit at the Etat,. ii
dti;elo,!oy);ll#l , ';iit*iilii;,but a has since
' Ailk!s. ' oo:A* l *; ll " l Aitftilit
. , . . .
- '"ghbitist Otittikenfihe.;Adritinistitilibra2o-
Wan .friiin'the i
chieltehminatfd piobibly . ftet
is-n othand look such
e .I,panny eep gna nis
ing of a fearful storm 4 ready. to burst 'with
overwhelming ruin upon the heads of James
-K. Polk and his corrupt advisers.. The:ad
ministration may seek to crush Gen. Scott,
.but its malignant designs will speedily be
defeated 'by THE PLOPI:E! The free and Itchi
est democracy, of the counityrwlll7 haV e
h e ld with pride and achuiration_the, glorious
career of the t luslribus hereof, two wers
Will gather around hien as "a Wall of fire,"
to sustain hint against the malice and jeal
ousy of 1104 who arikplotting Ids downfall.
The adminstration may strive to disorace
him; but the name And lame of SCOTT caul
never be tarnished While - a patriotic people ,
` hold aim in admitation and grstitude as the
gteatest Captain of the ago! The truckling
• minions.. who surround James
-vainly-endeavoied--to e --tbreak- -shown , - (tord_
Rough And'lleaty," by votes of censure and
einbarassmenis - Of his military °pet:winos ;
batllleir black designs only ,recoiled with,
double force.upcn- their' own heads, while
the MA' of Buena Vista was elevated still
"higher idthe warm affections tif - the .peop - le
So it will be with'Polk's malignant perseert
i ion of Gen. &Mi. The man who bus passed
through Cerro Gordo and Chtitubusco fights,
-unharmed -by MeNican bullets', cannot be
destroed - Thy a Miserable "fire in the real" -
•Imnt James-K. Polk. -Let the _petty dema
gogue beware, lest his jealous plottings
only result in promoting The heroic Scott from
the General-in-Chief's subordinate position
to the still prouder station of.Certimander-in;
Chief of the Aimy and Navy of the United
The Treaty—lllore DevOopements:
The NCAV Yotk !Jerald, of 111Onday,'saysi
with its usual flourish of trn rnpets, the it has
received well grounded iutelligenqe from
Washington : that a treaty of Peace has posi
lively been negotiated between Air Trio and
the Mexican negotiators. The Tthrald says
that Mr. Trist has acted in conjunction with
Geb.g.ac.titt; both of them acting
stroctious•from Washington. The same pa-
per also pretends .to have information that
Gen. Scott has taken this responsibility by
the advice of a letter addressed to him in
September last, by certairfgentlemei . i. in New
York, mutual friends of-Mr. Van Buren and
Mr: Clay, who earnestly urged him - to push
negotiations for a treaty without ihard to 'his
instraictions from Washington.
The Herald saysjhat by this, result Mr.
Polk and his admitfistration are put into 'a
fix.Llike that of the. Oregon treaty, sie "it Is
not likely that he will take the responsibility
of withholding the project from Senate,:.
or Of opposing its confirmation. This trea t y
business May throw Berne light on the Presi
dent's order, suspending. Gen. Scott, and the
Court of Inquiry at Perote. The Herald
concludes by sayin,g 7 ,
'On the whole,-it may be saidto be certain
that a treaty.fias been,egotiated between
the American and Mexican commissioners:
that there was every prospect of that treaty
receiving the sanction of the Mexican Con
gress, which was to assemble at Queretaro,
on the filet t f January; that it may be expec
ted to come from Mexico by the next arrival
from Vera Cruz, perhaps; and that it may
occupy the attention of the President tnd
Cabinet, and the Senate, before three weeks
shall have elapsed.'
doings of the Legislature have -thus
fat heed confined, with few exceptions, to•
local matters of little interest, except to the
section o 4 country immediately concerned.
In the Senate, Mr. Middleswarth has re
ported to the Senate, .fioni Committee on
Corporations, a general law for the ineorpo
ration of Manufacturing Companies—to be
effected through the agony.? of . the Court 01
The Joint Resol u tion:: in favor of a repeal
of the postage laws of hist Congress, have
passed both Houses. •
Mr. Sadler has reported a bill to the Sen
ate extending--the charter of the Chambers
burg Bank. - •
The - nomination of Judge Ntra., of the
Delaware and Chester district, was rejected
on Wednesday - by a vote of 19 to 12.
In the House, the. Senate WI for the:aboli
tion of the Board of Revenue Commission
ers, is under debate. Ms ..thought • that the
bill will bo negatived.
The Resolution in of the abolition of
CapitarPtiiiisliment, has been indefinitely
postponed in the•Hotise. • •
A. bill has been reported in Senate
supplementary 'to the charter of the•'Carlisle
Two pieces ot cannon, tiopliies from
Pdexican War, have by resolution of bOth
Houses been placed in the roll/Aida 01 tlte
. . .
Capitol. . .
A bill for the :regiatratien- of births, ',mar
riages; and daaths;-is bercire.the. - Legislature
... "A hill-has passed-both'4Housealldgalizing
signatartt'erriade by litlig mario of 'the;eata:
par to'tsills, , & c : **eel the reeeni - deCiaien
a:the Supreme Court which, declared such
will to he 'inland.: ....". ~ ;'
611111rCulniStpl . 1,. •-•,-
;Ttli,t ; )Vhigs of FranklthOunly,l held their
it*y i reeeting on the 18tht?iti;--Aesolutrons
jOicillsi)p.,,lavor of ii
tiNt ,s tyipa . l Conven-
I :tionpbbt frtiptiferenee•tilis texiiressed for a
• Pieeidential R,' M.' Raid Es
iiiichosen7kliiiiterial (relegate and J. C,
Al'Lanalian and Samnel %Volker, Itepiesen
lative delPgales to the Whig State Conven,
non. Messrs. Charles Wharton, Dr. R.
Hays andygry r i, McLellan were appointed
Fonferil#lo, meet others' from Cumberland
;e4ll*o4ti t '•#if purpose ot settling on ther
. county held
AV.w.t.c.,,,41 tt.t.. , V‘lrc, • .
i;;. Br :4. ~.17 , 4Tre(19,!,. 7,eek, , 1
imp a1..60eL trlnd, - 9eo , 14,Kopi
haver, replikrisetliP;VoniTl:heo. Groti;
the National conicolyinol,lFrin**ll,tigieli;
suppott Oen:Winfield foollfoitho.:NeitiatitV
ey, The deleg,atien stood Scott'36lTiiyibfii
• ,- ‘`'
Aii#J6Aileia:4l4t . ,Whil9lau:l)ol4". ?pi* ,
biirdeAS :rtictte oppressiveiy; (Otto+,
.tbaji,liiiitFiTyorse injury io
may be 'well. to hear 141.0:
otheriiieti'layi whose stailding t - en)eilcnbifis
and pritriot!spr; entitle their , opinions tO
much weight tti Mist hpar-
Geel:kw.ea-- 7 -theliOn ,jll battle, but the rm
friend and adiocute of. Twice, tt„
hy Gen._Taylor,l4',a corrplimCntary:dinuor,
given to him in New Orleans ; Mt thelsth Mt:
the old hero •said—:"
••!rtie-objectliearevt tobis heart-had Wait):
bring the - war to At tpecdy termination—to
restore peace, andairitty r between twia oer.gh
boring Republietivlio hill every yo
cultivate mutual sad, whom he
would much prefer, to see vicing with each other
'in the arts of peace, than contending on the
field of bottle." •
"tie had always hoped and believed, that
by that spirit offorbearance dad magnanimity
which a great and powerful nation- should al
Ways practise towards a Aelde and prastrate
enem-y,peoce. rn _ restored_
sonslent - - 11 the honor
aititeat n•n__ at eitonor, tote rights, and tl
rinterests ol both nations."
Dees thii•Sciund like the sanguinary' fan
gunge of Polk's` message? What is ,it but
saying in clear terms that we, having con
quered Mexico,..should now ofler her fair
ierru,s of. honjuaiile Peace ?
honot old Rongli,and Ready for, such genii=
• The lion. Mr. Poinsett, an eminent south
s ilemoarritic statesman ; and cute minister
to Alexia°, has ramntly'written a letter in
which he takes decided ground' 'against the.:
views of Polk and hiS Secretary of Wen—
Ile expresses his regret and surprise irthat
they persist in recommending a course of
policy which will lead to still further useless
expenditure of bloOd and treasure ; and Will
finally have to be abandoned. With- the
reasoning on the subject of the acquisition:
'of. territory (says Mr. P.) I have_ nothing to
do, especially as the President seems to think
Congress pledoed to these conquests. I can ,
only express try film conviction that these
territorial acquisititins will not add to our
strength or .prosperity.' ,
He scouts the' idea of supporting the peace
party of-Mexico, as utterl-i-le T artd-also the
- bugbear of foreign interference to establish a
monarchy in that country. Fie is 'Epersuaded
that so long as we continue to prosecute the
war in Alfa interior of Mexico, we shall have
nq peace with.that nation; and that' all at
tempts to make peace with a faction will
place us in a worse position-than open war."'
Mr. P. speaks ''with the autholity of a per
fect knowledge of the nature - 611:x country
and the character of.the-people." -- -
Mr. P. states that to succeed in levying
tniljtary contributions, and previsioning the
- army by knee, wduld require a very large
body. - Suppliers could Only:b - e - Oita - Mid by
formidable detaclunents, In conclusion, Mr.
Po'msett sayst,., ' '
"I have given you myopinians very hurri
edly, for it appears to me there is little lithe
to lose in setting are course to be pursued..
We can at this period withdraw our forces
• a idiom dishonor; nay, such au act 'world, ,
elav - arq us in the estimation of the world. -
The slightest reverse—a threat of fit - feign '
intervention—might render such an act diffi
cult, it not impracticable. Before our hoops
evacuate the Mexican teintair, Ott people
ought to be told what we intend-to do. It is
barely possibe that they might be disposed
to peace upon witnessing such a movement.
With regard to the details of the defence
of the line—not the line of defence—they
can be determined vet)/ easily, and I think
we might be certain of remaining unmoles
ted for twenty years, and for ever , with such
precautions as'might be taken 'at .east."
%Ve next have the opinions of Jutlg 1111.ean,
of the Supreme Court, one of the most emi=
nent jurists of the country. His letter being
short, we give it entire:
IVAstitsam:', Jan. 7, 1848
Illy Dear Sir.=-To all human appearance
the termination of this miserable war with
Mexico, is more remote than when the first
blow was struck. In my judgement it.w as un
necessarily and unconstitutionally corn men•
ced. by Marching our army into disputed
territory in the possession of Mexico. Aral,
I think, that Congress, who unquestionably
have the power; should put an end to the
war on jusvatul honorable principles.
After agreeing upon the terms upon which
a treaty should be made, they should call
upon the Executive by resolution to offer a
peace to Mexico upon that basis; and during
the negotiation hostilities should bestettind
ed. If the .President-shall refuse to 8 o this,
iw the military appropriation bills, the army
should be requited to take such positions as
shall carry out the views of Congress.—
These bills the President could not veto,
and he would be' bound by their require
ments. This may be done by the House.
I hoptigthat Congress will refuse to issue
any more treasury notes. The times de
manded, together with those already in cir--
culation. would"flood the dountry with that
kiiiil or paper.. Such an emission woind
constitute u government;bank, - controlled'
anti `managed. by a party- administration.—
'We have now fifteen' tritlfion el ;treasury
notes in - circulation, and - trtutififrity:to. issue
five, millions more. 11.rtyottlil' not increase
this bircalaticn a dollar, but yedbceit-its4ari
idly. as; possib l e.. Siefert system :would be
_incomparably more. dangerous Jct. : the:pub:
Removal! 4nrci the, p.ubliejibetty-Kthap•-etiy
other,,system o! banks* that,cetillitbe:Aleyi-
To, meet any, deficiency of, tho revenue to
pay the Current expenses; of, tiie war, 1
"would authorize loans Int par,, paying npi
more, than six per hint: interest, and: if loans
cannot he Made at this rate, let the
istratiap , resort, to, ,a.
which:shall cause 'the people,to,fuel', thelex-
Tense of the war:-.- , All ware should be 'se.'
companied by a system of :direct' and
nal taxation— NOthingshort of -this cantahOwl
odd itioii:l9 - the sacrifice - of - lifk - 'Whit we
,pity; for military glory: , This . wris'the.poliey
in the better days of the republic..::..
late,wfir wtth.;England was nobly sue
. 4,04 people, : not only in the
lint , ,by, payitterit of taes. ' A nitlthey
rivery;lnat -- 'war. our
countrY shall be involVed. , 7, Btit I risk tieth.,
ing•ka .saying _that an atsenipt to adopt such!
a;system;of taxation would • n i ps:this„
Mexican War . , in sixty days:- An Ithis,
showa that, the . 4tir'should , be•put':an
t f i,.• .. ,This;, may .lieT done by ' , "Congreas' in ,
'ninety - days, I , lpitiy,Goilflitit'thay may
do, Truly younsl. ,4,Joing.Mar sEAt c,
:“The Louiiville Journal is allraidlhat; the
•Arlininistration; is getting 'rtit?it ,
ils,huntis than it can manage 1
of ConvenienciAnd end tneratis jts Isar Ppcih
Isitisiftoi its ' , Witt uppn
his :1110-.Conitittktliin, its
sere en d :
- 44 4 4416 1
,frhi3B fro b la me
Aiouidasit , *,!; . 11147; .1
reo7#..docia , -d cal 'anx
to know going.. it ...but here.....,:t
V .p sll lt os i :y•Ou are . full as anxious_
gel your message . to . Congressoind their first
d grii' tire lasi:, Pile
heartt. When.l . foundflre 'Whigs hail fairly.
carried:th.ouse, see a ,tnome,nl- there
:iv as a bad time ahead for Says ; F ;leek
pat for'sjitials; . theold 'Orin Will have .e.rongli f
time' Of if this winter:' geed. mintl , lo
come right home to help scan by the he*
for 1 knew; yOu'ivOulrf.necdine:, But therfl
'see at once that wouldn't-do, for our officers,
have got into a dreadful snarl - here, and. I
shouldn't dare:to leave'rill things is .settled,.
for fear the'atinexin would all go back again,
and we shouldlose our two years' . work.—
So, as I can" come, all. I can do is' to give
my notiors,about things, by way of advice.:
I see how 'twill be; the House will..be
quarrelling with you all, winter: they'll be.
think el,. and all the time. pryin , : , into your
secrets absitit the war annex in: 'And .1 don't' .
b e li eve the eenate,will be a copper better:— '
Tis tree thei . e.aint so many Whigs there, but
there's them that is full ns bad.' You never
can' (In any, thing ,with Mr: Calhoun; you
know he always splits every thing In two,,
eyen.lisbriri_Pallte_mosthellfeverdo locus .
about.thisennexin business will., be to -split
Off a - little piece of Mexico. II lie finds out
we are annexin the whole of it he'll fight
;iglu us till, all. is. blue, "rhen there's Col.
Benton 1 don't think is a whit betterthen Mr.
Calhoun. You-know- yvhat- a- foss he made
when we tdokln TexasT because riot out
io"take in a little grip of Mexico with it;
only. a little reasonable strip, too, lest on our
side of the river, so as'to Make sqhare work
of it. Col. Benton's ebettezer was right up
, about if; he said-it didn't-belong-to us, and it
didn't belong to Texas, and we had no, right
- to it, and shodlrynt touch it. Now, if ire
matte such a-fuss about that little strip on our
slier of the river hell he likely to raise Ned
an turn up act i e n s out we have a
notion of annexin the whole of Mexico.—
And he'it.iiterrible enemy'lo have I can tell
you; L don't believe there's .another man
in the country that can look down op 7
position equal to him. Now, with . such mon
as these in the Senate,. besides all the thug
derml Webster, and the pursuadin of Critten
den, how are you going to get along? 1
think there's.no way kit as to get along
but to keep such 'men in ihe dark. Keep
coaxiti the money out of em to conquer a
piece but never let em. mistrust that we in
tend to conquer the whole. We must look
one way all.lhe time and row 'tether. I
know you'll have a hard time ol it, for Con
gress will keep diving into you all - the time
with this question and that, and pryin into all
the secrets about the war, and want to know
what orders you give to IF, out here in Alex
' 0, and what the armies are_going to do,
and where all ithe money goes to, and a thou•
sand Whigs that they've no - fifiSinesilit.-:-..
Now, when they keep coming to you with
these tigirquestions,l think the only sale way
will be for you to shot your mouth right up,
and-keep a stiff Upper lip,- and not say a
Word. And do e pray be earelul what you tell
to good °ld -Mr. Mettle, for .you know lie
lievel.could keep his mewl) shot. There's
some dogs, you know,that always bark at
the wrong time, and frignten away the game.
You never can train em to keep still when.
_they ought t . You remember, - more than
two years before Iffe win. egtin, when
- yciii - W4s - lii .. .Aig4i.itilie work privately pad
carefully, anl.l getting your Ships round to the
Pacific, and giving the officers their orders
to wait till the train was touched on this side
and the moment they heard the first sound
of the war to snap up California, and annex
it, and hold on to it, "so that if we found the
people wouldn't let the war go on, we could
come to a settlement, and each side, hold
what they had got—you remember 'tine Mr.
Riclue got so full of tho matter that he liked
to bloomed the whole business up by letting
an about the critiqued of Mexico. A little
more such car lesstiess at that time would a
been likely ta upset our whale kittle of fish
—we iniaht a lost California, arid Santa Fe,
'and likely enough that little strip on our side
of the river jilting Texas. A I,d as for the
whole 'of Ataxic(); our jig whuld a been up
at once; we might a whistled for it till dooms
day but li.vouldu't come.
I think you diri right to make believe in
your message that you had no idea of con
qUering the whole of Mexico. I don't be
lie% e it would•be safe to take that ground till
thp work is all done. The people ' of, our
counti are too skittish yet about conquering
other countries.; they 'taint got use to it.-
And for this reason you will have to be very
firm with Congress, and not let em cross
question ycu,too close, and get you into a
bother. CalCupon em boldly for large ar
mieg, and..utl the millions of money the
mints. can mike and all that Mr. Walker
can borrow, end e tell em you are digging into
the vital 'parts . of Mexico to get that five
millions she owes u 5.,.,,
If they ask you if Mr. Tyler didn't offer to
give iip_thot five millions to Mexico to pay
her-for our taking Texas without her leave,.
jest shet l „Yiin mouth up.
, Ifettjt ask putt we hadn't ought to give
up t if five Millions to Mexico for that strip
on our side orthe river - that you sent Gen.
Taylor to take without her leave, jest shut
your mouth Up.
II they ask,you if Mr. Trist didn't offer to
give up that five millions to Mexfoo and pay
her:twenty millions mote if she wouldn't
try to get back California anti New Mexico,
!Mayon hid taken from her without her leave
just shet l youn mouth up.• ' .
'Obey askyon•Whatupon earth you 'can
want now. of
,Itt hundred thousand soldiers in'
Mixicoi acid a•lituidred , millions of dollars a .
Year. tat .:Spending Money, jest open your'lips
carefully_:o'littler,wayliantltelt em:yen - ,are .
diggingmlethe vital parts of. Mexico to get
that; five millions . of dollars she owes . :us.' '..
.Then'shet you' Month, ri g ht up. again,'and
keep•it shetiand ' I guasa i , yciu'll - be, safe.=
Pon'e afraid of em,; they • can't ' , pry your.
rn outh.tipen if. 114 sheuld try; and
hat will•pacily 'cim,- till we ; get' the.
Woilt-allitlcine . .and .I4exioo.alliennexed,- .
Then you can 'step :.!. up • to cum , boldly - arid
tell'emymrhave'made the greatest bargain,
ihatTanybedrover 7 made/on.Altia...airth;Lyom,
have got the:Whole •of:Meiteuj', - people,:athl.
abb . % fitly,cente.iiiend:And, the , . gold, mines:
!hretrn , in die nothing:
.: ;= .
~:- t '.l , : :: .
::: i llii i:2 , liii t iiiiii4a if v6ll: . rntike'':th'e r ':ientent
:Inniiiitlniuthat'eVerlived yet - f gfeetei;theii
Miishillgtanrdoficklati; Cr atiybot Olse; •
Thti„World - wilt thenr,Sity;"Wlutegretiethitiga,
*iill''' , lVOthiligloal.Tile :Milk:defended ?hit,3,
ttemitrytinffbitill'4 . ,:te , Republie . ;';'biietherer
watalot.',Polli, he: conquered a country" unit
itlooXedlit,,lienublio.",:. : , :iliti'eci . sure:',
donne, teAhle thet IF . arish , yotfoottltratO ; th'eli:
settingibp thift'giettt - WatiliiiigtOn•Miamiiiiint
theralithe , '; ; aity-, Of ' , Wioiiriiirii4;',.:foi;l4'fit
,0100400.4 40106.; lii ;'l'4isetl to'You'yet,',al4l
this,Moimyfehbuld:barettired i forthat oftrpeiiii::
t treriTilcittiivjWtv'6s4loo 110 :iv0 1 4. 6 ift',9,0i:
iiii,l,6o yt,i4..0 . 40(..hi,0k0 iv (meth* It s ,Orti°4"An-,
:cleOlfeAteelktirintoOtiliellipi,ii . nwitimi• lintl.
thiitovu;:immitl,opp:Lit , :cpriottitii,rially::,!2 'At
any ito;:wcirth ~ trYiilli'l l iiey,- - ,::: './.:'.-,'-, , :y - r-' , ....,
o, ::s4Y:iiitaliteiti l iditig!'i . OVPitiiiiJ:44.
you : imit*:',Ntlikieti;'i:l:. Whitt:': if ,il,"entitilitil4-
1 , i
, t an
tall: 65t h at iiiiP..ofllolOO' Who:
bitilt.the.firalgieitt teniplktdPi*lti'it( he-
ite-wash-bulitti'e-;)itime-ortitirlt - Asitlit)oi
hie tt it,:46.otilif,ftitinkt , in.all
the liistorieri.dtotrn,to'this',AlaY:;(s6:zln this
grand ennextll7;;linsiticrie lify
o4thrn - ;' . if you ;
shouhl .temple', that,
Washing* built, and burn it . detvr."'dohlt be
afraid but what your name will-live the
page of history IWI as long as IVashington's.
- -But I've writ sn that I Ititink,
Iverri" tairiy" hut ithent tit rtiteri'
here. Wb keep p . ushieglehusiness.....hcire;
of . the country , and The ariny Eras noiV vont
menced spreading out and turtling squatlttro.
1 But we havn't near enough to spread all otter
the .country leavtngitheqt. too
scattering . I hope you Will harry °tithe 30,-
.000 more men that, you promised, as last as
possible; that would make - us near a hundred
thousand strong;:hnotigh- to' spread out squat
ters Into ail parts of the country, and the
annexia business would . be petty much over.
That is, - thest ennexin Of Mexico; and t takii'
it you'll give us holydny, and let us rest a
few months before we hitch on tb. the next
country down south. And besides, weal's!'
need that holiday to see abbnt electing You
elected in the common way ci.norrit;-„ be
frireTistrwill-b-e strong enough to stand Presi
dent all the time 'without any election. I
see things -is going on very well: for, 'your
election this :me. The more candidates
there is on both sides, the . better it will be
for you; and it appears now as though , !here
was agoing to be:lots.ol. . • •
I.reinein your, faithful friend.
' JACK DOWNING
Dr. '1 race Wells of New York-was -ar
restainist week, _rui_n_Charge__Cf-baving
thrown yitrol- upon the dresses of tonsil: fe
male characters who walk the 'streets rd that
city. On Sunday evening; he Was lottnd
dead in his cell, having committed' suicide
by cutting-the main arteries of the left thigh
with a razor. An empty bottle labelled ChM
rolorm, - was found ,at his side. Dr. „Was
was well known in the scientific -world, as
the oudginal discoverer 'of ether or Chlore
-form r and—of-its-successlul-operatton-im,sur--
gloat oasis. The history of his death rivals
fiction. While under the influence of Le
them, he went into Th e street anti-:began - to
throw vitrol ion the females who passed by.
waking from ',his delirium, and discovering ,
the penalties and disgrace which - Hit around
him in consequence of his rash act, he COM
mulled suicide it, a rnoment - ol insanity and I
remorse. Tinis, the discoverer of Ma Le.-
therm has fallen-a victim to it.
The locos of Tennessee held a Slate Con
vention at Nashville on the Eighth of Janua
ry, nominated a Presidential Elnetoral Tick
et, and-uppouned delegates to the National
Convention, but expressed no opinion as to
who should be the candidate. There was
au hottest consistency in this silence.
essee havir ' , given embody for a candidate
in 1844, is determined to rest- content with
any WI/ in 1848.
The Newark Eagle, by - the way of argil
event to tirove - firta - the Demociatie rffilyy
--largely ascendant in the country, says that of
twenty-nine grivornors of the Shoes in the
Umon. twenty are Democrats. It takes good
care, however, not. to -tell- the whole imp;
for it miglu have *Mod that of those sante
twenty-nine. Slates, seventeen at their last
elections had chosen Whig Legislatures.
Alajor Bliss has" gone on a visit - 16 his
friends in New Hampshire: Ile iS an excep
tion to some other notables in our mind's eye
lie is modest and -renting in his manners..
and trivets without seekitignewspaper puffs
and conpliMemary dinners, as - the rewards
of gallantry and heroism. .-
LEAP VEAL—The liattleboro' Eligle states
that the ladies of Vernon Vt., availing them
selves of the time honored perogative of
leap year, made arrangements for a dance.
or. Tuesday evening last, invited the gentle
men, gallanted them back and forth, and--
paid the -bills.
Qii Sunday a lady called to her little boy
who was tossing marbles on the side walk,
to come into the house. "Don't you know
you shooldn'the out there, my son ? Go into
the back yard it you want to play marbles—
is Sunday." "Well, yes, but aint it Sun
day in the, back yod, mother ?"
The magnetic telegraph is in operation be
tween Charleston and Cheraw, South Caro
lina. It is said that the line will be opened
uetween Petersburg and Charleston by the
28th inst. It is calculated that the commu
nication Will be extended limn Charleston to
New Orleans by the month of May. •
The synod of Mississippi, in view of the
present relations of our government with,
Mexico, have petitioned the Presbyterian
Beard nt Foreign Alissions to take into spe
cial consideration the propriety of embracing
in theit field of operations such parts of Alex
mo. as, may be occupied by the American
TLe Cincinnati Times says that some ten
or fifteen years ago, six young men, one by
one, left their native county, (Fayette Ky.,)
in search of a livelihood' abroad. They will
all meet at. the present session as members
Counterfeit $6 notes al the -IVashingt, on
county bank, at Williamsport, 11d., are in
circulation. They ate singled J. Van -Lear,
instead of J.' , Van Lear, Jr. The paper is
thin, but the4are calculated to deceive the
Secretary Walker in a letter to a friend
says: 111 y -health may be sufficiently restor
ed to remain in the department until the 4th
of - March, --- 1540. After that dale I must go
into private lite, and have repose of both, bo
dy and mind. -
ciA military expedition, to the mines of
Mexico,P in argot-Piing at New (Means. It
is got upby a private individual, who wants
five hundred soldiers. What is the object?.
_ A Washington correspondent says that
Senator Caineronof.Pennsylvania, has tea
hied some $300,000 by the sale of his lands
in - Vir,giiiiitje aortic English company..
, A carriage presented to Gen. Harrison ;by*
the young men of Baltinhore, which cost $3,
500,, is offered lot sale. The family are obli
god, by' their, pecuniary oreatristances,- to
part with it.
- The Wellsburg: (Va.). Gazette. 'a:,spirited
paper, says the 'people West.Virginiar are.
in earnest about emancipation': -1 he wind
'in,..,!,4,blavery. MUM .4011b0jitdiea - Mita il ia - the
!" *• •
The 'Freiletick (1144,) Herald says. -that W.
D. Bowers, aged , lB.veare,',llosked 20 barrels
tied. 9- ears of -corn in 7 hones' and,2s'
'.•;4i;i,iiitioiiii-liiii-Tbefcikti'.,the l Leiishiture 61
Vennsyliitnia Bank charters p3 , the amount
iCrebiier eithle,prilYeifs '
in' breCking licoue;,.s7ainti
Iliiilori;b'ut gave v.itie )o,1? whe,ti • he ke(iid
John Bruton; Eeq , i.celebr4ted anhquarq
announces a riublicatiOn in-which;he inonii.
881! -- id'exlioae'qi0:'aiiihor, of 'Junius' letyna.
. - The,,, , eni49 l loll l l(lcol
it ' 4l,o 4 oP:thP4Pq l o l )e 6 :ll l .difleollik
sif" ' lately bail
in.oeceitleriboZ- 1 4.4tiiiiiioli:,45fAh4:ie(rktosy
-4 ' - GetiVßOitmavilti:e.,lsTe or flr by 10,
„ , , ' „ •!. ,
~. - .I !:••••,"":"- ' 1VEti• Intelligenck:'
~ 4 . 1 . -
Thist4tirnpr:Neiv .Orlearne;ll4,left Veto
Citiz 'oriihe - 14 Ult ••;..aril_Vstri ift.N.'eNv_Gdeiti L
. Thal tnov-rttunberr..CiPola...os:
lail ii iri sledßars..'.fethrine:thrith.:..ia.-Lietititk
.canoe vtirt anil , tatitaiii ',l( illis:bit'it:'.- - 5
~,; i The attack on, 961';.s.MileMttainSiii-leruitir
..rned.-..,,,1,The• linis4M'ealia.ati*.r;el go o ds.: Seilaidrad":liy. tha4riiilliiiii.'-lalls:lpriticipally;,
upon' . the' merChatitione.‘Enilish, House,
alone;losing • 854;000.'.. .Tlia, - Ftimch and'
Spinish..merchants. have reciatrared their
. goodsAY - paYing smartly' - lir !to - Shape -bf
'black mail to the captors. .. • •
' ThejortiOn Of the train cut oithad dwell':
homily...lagged.- behindr, - COI. Miles' could
net ,waitior_thetri to .conte_up but lefti_gpard,
of •tereati-fivilinen behind,..which was to:.
tally inadequate' to, repel. ; thia.:huddeit„,..ensiat,
(if' itt 'Vuortilliii.,"•! -' ' .
,Ocean arriied at. Vera CII.IZ fin
the sth it stant,'fiern New-York, with recruits
'under the, commend .of Capt . Henry; of the
pd lrifaiitry. ' •
.' • •
Dates from the city of Mexico to the Ist'
_ Gen. Brett had issued an 'bider assessing
upod the States of Mexico, occupied Ur* to
be occupieff - by our troops, an annual' tax
amounting to about .$3,000:000.
There is nothicg in. the intelligence re•
reeived ) =-1 - ohlrlitglika- - feace-.- ---
Padre Searata was at..san Juon_ Zeohetna-•
can', with 800'guerriflas , on the 2 7th ultimo.
From thenee be proceeded , to within, eight
'miles of. the city of Mexico. He is a bold
fellow, but the drigeons are•after. him.
A rumor was afloat attlth capital; that the
'force under the,command,,,of Col. %Villiers
- that;left that City . -en - the 26th, - for - Real 'de l
Monte, 'had been cur to pieceri.. The Star:
however, does dot believe a word of. it. '
By this arrival ; the dates from Queretaro
are to the 28th of December. Hopes were'
then ,entertained ,that the now Congress.
would have a quoruni and. there ,was_mach.
less.rillc - Tifiironanciarnas and revolutions
than . previously., ,
A letter from Queretaro 'of the 26th ult.,
says that ell parties are agreed not - to send
Conimissioners to Washington,
being preferable le that stage ' t degradatioh.
%'e find little said' of a treaty of peace,
but there were Whispers at' Queretaro of an
117 ' 4 iice of three months be: thi.'
nothing new ; except-the arr i v al of COI - Mileti?
train at that place, without any loss or tattack,
than what has been .dready published. The
letter adds that the train proceeded on its
reutelor the Capital on the I Ith ntst.
Every thi g remained quiet on the road to
the inlet ior, and will continue to be so until
there is a chance for booty.
rIIILADEL:PIII.t; Monday Evening, Jan. 31r
The Flour market has been very inactive to-day,
and buyers hold off for the steamer—salt and hood
brawls are held at $0 a 0,12 b, but without sales. eit
cent in a retail troy. Corn Meal in-generally—held at
$3, with 02.874 offered., We hear of no sales. Clain
—Receipts very light—good red Wheat Is-offered at
135 as; Corn 01 n 62 cis, atilt Oats at 44 cts. Whit.
key le quiet; bbla are held al 20 cts.
Ott Thursday the 27111 - mlt.' by the Rev. O. Mc-
Loon,-Mr. CLEMENS MCFARLANE, of this limo',
to Allis -- BUCHANAN. of Newton tp.
On the 28th ult; by the Rey. A. H. Kremer,
Mr. DANIEL PAY, tO MSS CATIIKE/NELEASE.
On the Ist inst, by the same, Mr. SAMUEL D r
/0 Miss NANCY WOLF, all of•this county.
LIST received a large supply of VAL
FINTINES,-poeticiil,, comic, cheap and ele
gant, of all varieties and prices. from.the estab
liShment of Turner S. Fisher, Philadelphia. Call
and see them before the 14th. '
fob 2 8. W. HATERSTICK.,
. THE two-story brick D WELL
JNG HOUSE, on Main street,
.•. now occupied as n boarding-house
•.• ; by Mrs. A. G. Hall. It is a corn
. fortable and . commodious house,
an. situated in a pleasant part of the town. For
terms apply to M. G. EGE. feb•2
rjriflE subscriber h , eby gives notice
triTil_hei:ttoohnsed n elt, the properly of Dan
iel A hergnst, at Con file's sale, on the 22d of
Juno last, which he has left in trust with said Ar
3.7-pd TAMES ARBEGAST.
p OTATOES FOR SALE.—Mercer
• and Pinkeye Potutoes•orgood enalitil, fur
sale by the subscriber, residing in Carlisle.
' fob 2.3 t EPHRAIM ZUG.
XVILL be sold at public sale at the residence
V of the subscciber, to West Pennsborough
township, near fla ys' bridge, on WEDNES
DAY the Ifith day of February, 1848, the fol
lowing personnl -property, viz:—Two first rate
draught Horses, three Cows, three breeding
Sosi;s, 25 head of Hogs, one 3 or 4 horse Wn4on,
Ploughs, Harrows, 3 Shovel Ploughs, one Corn
cover, one Tillbury, two Sleighs, one'Sled, four
setts of Wagon Gears, two setts of Atingle Har
ness, wagon saddle bridles, collars, plough mot,
butr; trace, log and covi. (+tibia, two pelt ofliay
ladders, lime bed, woo'd•lndders, windmil4- two
cutting boxes, (one of which is Hosey's patent
owlet straw cutter, new) 2 wheelbarrows, iltind•
stone, bags, shovels, forks, grain c /lleit, mow
ing scythes, one sett of blowing t ',ls, n lot of
locust poets, 1 one-horse wagon, o threshing.
machine of . Mix's patent, and a var ty of other
farming utensils. Hay by On, corniby. the bar
rel and bushel, clover seed by the bushel, pota
toes by the bushel. Also, Household and Kitch
en furniture, such as, bedsteads, bedding, cue
boars; "Inblrs, stoves, bureaus, set*, tubs, ono
24 hour cased clock ; also two hiveli of Rees.
Sale' - to commence at 10 o'clock Ts. it, On said
day, when attendance will be giyon and terms
made known by
feb 2 . •, . - QED: MYERS.
The Franklin Fire Inguralize. Cont.'
pang of philadelphia.
. . .
OFFICEi:No: 163} Chesnut ptrect, near Fifth
- • .7)IRECT.ORS.,
Charles N. : Baneker 'George W. Rtchnrds '
Thomas. Hart' . Mordeeni D. Lewis
Tobias Wagner • - . Adolphe B.' Borie
Sainuel Grant ' • Dewitt S: Brawn , -
Jacob. Smith'.';-Morns Patterson.,
Continue to'rneke.insuinnee perpetual or third•
ted, on eyery deseriptien of proportytn town. and.
['country, at rates as low as ''a'ro consistent 'with
security,-.The - companyhaYe reserved - -n largo
nOntifigenffund ) .- which,with their eapitil 'and pre.
minms,•safelY . .invelited,. - airpta, ample Rroteetion
-tc7the--insured. • " .." •
The assets of. the. 'company `on annoy; st
1848, se published, agreeably to an ISO rif Moen*
'bly,'• were as follows, ,viz '
Mortgg a _Real. 'state
Sine° their iitattiporatibtil it'period of 'eighteen'
yeartti.theyr.lniyo4lo'opwartis jpr oias . .AtILLION,
ria' BONN= .Tiroptmigt;vor.Lsna;-Iciattes bylloe,.
insurance, es ,well tat the , :,tibilitY and disposition.
to; meet with nesii, , I:Dahill! les:
- CHARLES N. BA - SCICER
See' ::r ;.., fob '2 ••'.' '
ir.,xcEiotci'pf 'Rama' ,orgas cc
b''' - A' cc
.iii,oby,.6ojvon am ! leneierof- eni•
hnoirotion on din etnnio'Sof Doniql. Gnrghlo,: Iota:
, of Cumberland. havis
,iesued by, iho Rogiente and ;-
'804900 1 4;10 he:ntibnoribcr,.who reoh4thtf4nit•
;pornons linryg claims agoiristsqleoonfotn,o*ldc:
`dooptlint Xolueated 19' nia4C klicfrho'is*i*
:•Aiichout'dnjariond.)lnfin•Andobtoti;to;nlik`o'lo,7 .; `,,
f e lt
Annual'.Report of the Board: of
P9Ol - XSOOse Itts*teri;. -
. ;:Colfhi Hon': Judges of t& * If
it .Cumb ) cted.".
lr illnlKikiul.erilgeecLhaYieebeen-atiPnintetlzbyj 2 ='-
T - A - Tyn, orh — oricirableT. RAY a corniertitrtarrO ertam
.ine intfkand,report litfciti the .corrilition bf tho.poor
„Arita,. county, beg leave to btakthat in .
dmitirge of the duties attained 410a:they
liva;ltiyaillerent times, derfng the.,preserte year
..visited'that Institution. •
-'- . They are gratified lobe enabled to say,that the
i.abd order and, cleanliness which lust year were
tits teiblect of coMplitinent to-the directors, stew
gra find Illation of the hoUse. still prevail: The
ilifibient_apertmente . ih the , establishment , were
'carefully' inspected, and neatness and' regularity
bliterVa le in all. .Tho aiet proVided for the pia.
perh Is of 'a - wholesome Mid nutritious kind, the
.ettithing-tbod .antl.sebstential; and - every mien.
;ion . seams to irepaid tel..their_personal
Thb' house 4 1hrou'Ocinlik cloin; andwell
Ventilefed.itrid all the `wartalibit necessities of
the inmates. prererlymturistio**,',Y.-=` , '''
Lobar is previded for iliiiieWho ar'e able taper.
farm-it, and.thia entlileykatitAnttibetes alike to
their, happiness and pityisicalNalth„„ Those who
are sick, hiVit,the.attendfince:Ore ara , eful end ju.
dicious physician, atittiiiiepreVided with every
necessary , cornfort...Dikking.thelest summer, a
substantial two.sterr joone heti been
rected,atrc..cotu_of_about.eiwodinndrect=dollare - -
This was greatly needed, and, adds:m.oh to the
Convenience of the estdblislimapt, fanishilig
ple rcioin fora bAlierY.atni gibing Sadie...eal sleep: ,
mg rooms for,ttllgpaupers.
On examrfihig the hooka.of the,Tiftitittltion we
find , that trn_thbls_t tliere_wer_ono__
tfeEtnligriiiid twenty-two Mantes Ales registry:
Therg....hivse4sec k n adinitted'ainch Oreigine hen;
died and- fifty-four,.making ifie whole
who have been relieved during the probe* TettE,":
two•liond red end AnOnly-stk. In add it len, t h
number many transient persons in indigo.' ef:- •
commences were admitted fora day or two,.or
whom no record ie.kapt.
your committee-cannot close their - report with
out expressing 'their gird di cat i on with the apparent .
Cheerfulness and contentment of those who Ate'
.benefits of this noble Chatiiy,.
and also acknowledging the courtesy of the stew:
aid. at alhimes strewn them, as well in hiti . atten .
dance upon -them during , their visits of inspectioh: .
as in furnishing inforination in all. matters con
nected with the managenion orthe.house; which
ie scope o t en. inquiry. • -
WM. GRAM M.
• D. N,MAHON
Nano wit, tlth D• , etetri fiber,1847..•• sport
of the Visitors approved of BY. TUB COURT
CUMBERLAND COUPUBY, as.
In testimony that the forego i ng II true, copy
taken, from the original remaining on file
S.) in' the office of the clerk of the. court oh
quarter sessiens stud county, I have
hereunto set - my - hand - and - affixed - the - scal -- of - suid ---
court at CUrlisle. thej24th day' of Jaituary,,ikitt.l
fob 2 J. GO OB,YEA.R., Crir. Qr. Sess.
• ' I will sell at public, sale at tlne
Coort•house ih the borough of Car•
14Ie ! on TUESDAY the 15th hist,
t "5. at 11 o'clock A. TI, the large NCI/.
story STONE - HOUSE and LOT
of GROUND, situate on'East street, sixty. feet
in front, extending 'back to the I.,etert spring,
with a stone Stable at the foot of the lot, which
is bounded on the north by an alley, on the south
by property of Jacob Zug. -
Tbis property is admirably adapted for a dwell
ing, brewery, distillery, or ally manufactory .re
cowing an.abundant supply of fresh running wa
ter. The property will be sold without re - cm,
upon the following teems--.-One-third of the put -
chase money to be_paid on-the let of April, 1845,
and the balance iir three. annual' payments, with
interest, to be secured by mortgage on the pro
rpfiE partnershfp heretofore-existing
.=•-I:betiVeen the subscribers was this tiny (29th
.Dec.) dissolved by mutual consent.
BEN J.P. :I . lllsl. E R.
Jan 12 1.948-3wpd
The Bee-Hive !,t -Removal,
The BEE lIIVEIms
f 44 removed to the house
lately occupied by pa
vidli. Arnold, on N.
is one of the most cen
. - traf - business parts of the
town,ifiaiter niyaelrby strier-attention 10 busi
ness to be able to accommodate all who may fa
vor me with 'their custom.
In additioh to my former stock of goods 1 It
jdt received a general supply of DRY )S
and GROCERIES. It is useless to take up
time to name the prices of goods; only ',Nelms
at the Bee [live, lima for the cash I will give good
Goods, good Bargains and good ntielmon. -
jan 12 1848 S A COYLE
Selling Off Dog. Cheap..
THE subscriber wishing to discontinoo•hs
siness,•will sell his entire stock of CHEWINU
TOBACCO and CIGARS at teduced prices.—
His stock consists of excellent Cavendish and
CongresS Tobacco, :Havana,. Cuba and Seed
Leal Cigars. Also "a lnrgo lot of Half-Spanish
Cigars, Snuff, , Pipes and Scafarlatti Smoking
Tobacco, all of Which will he sold at
: greatly re
duced rates to close business. Call and see.
Jim 12 THOS. H. CruswEbr,
THE subscriber has just opened in the Store
Room lately occupied by R. Snodgrass. Esq, oit
West Iligh street, in the borongh of Carlisle, n
large and general assortment of DRY G 00 Os,
GROCERIES, QUEENS-WARE, lIA.R L/ 7
WARE &c &c, all of which have been selected
with great care, and which he• is determine -to
sell ns cheap as the cheapest.
The public aro respectfully invited to give hint
a call. He flatters himself that hicint otter such
inducements as will make it their interest to-pa
tronise him. • .
CCP" A lot of Auction Dry Goods nt "very low
prices. J G CARMONY
Cnrlisle,,Jnn 12 4148
Nap Agents Wanted.
THE subscriber wishes to engage in the sale
of hie Maps a ; number oflmungAnd 'piddle
aged men of moral arid business`habits, as trav
elling agents. .Having completed new and great
ly improved editions of his Universal Atlas, 7.1
Maps ;.Jarge Map of the! World; Reference and
Distance—Alan , et: the• U.niteo, States, .National
Map of the' United Stateleri;ii-varititiAptli
or Maps,.including - several •Maps:of Mezieet,-Mwr
subscriber is prepared to furnish agents,.forl•eash,
at the lowest possible prices., Addresit
S. ALi USTUS MITCHELL,-•
North-east corner of Market and ; Smientlr•sts,
Philadelphia: Anns 1848-5 w . •
T , .
IM subscriber havin gdetermined to make a
change in. his business, Will 'sell off his pre
sent. steak of goods, at greatly.reduced
Perriens desirous of gettimi.geod bergains Will do.
well' to - call:ow - Seeds will brsold ,utiecunicinly
low for, cash.: The.stockis.lnew:largo.andwall'
assorted With , reside e . rd• si nide goods:
Oath:ale Will be sold 125 per cent..befetlifirst cast,
A. large biker-BO o'l' and Sid ()EP
at reduced' prices. Also -a full' nssOrtnient'
GROCERIES, of the:Very•loWest prices. • '
Jun 12 , C,HAS,.,OGILI3r:
Aliiisru DziOs T DA .
~ . . - c . . 1 r,,..,.z
, i , : -- .' .January. 2(3, 1848: • '....5 - ' ,.
THE siickhi d ers ~
of tlis "-Itistittition
. •uni .berobly, rotified - (lint thoyiro'ieqUireit
iiity; Within ihiiifdiyitfastr this di(i; thirip
coed instalment of favo,arlvi.on,overy. share of
stocli;lierd'lit:tb_k?ro iolpectivety,:, ~>
. ..;Fly order of,!Eo Board' off)lrebtkpit.'Kz , :•,:: , ., : ~-
.. „ , ',..71 .. '.' , z " NY.,B;'Cit),BEAN; CO's*. :___
,111 - T °TIC LI 'ls lierePy;gito p1a1,016, pititriarehin,
,'herettnere existing 'lmat'wen the, subscribere
tinder the finn - of . GIt t ItAOIM4(4.7treKINNEY.'
*ait ".dieeolyed,.. 4yielqiik - ,catteeitt, the 6th Of
January met. A pesrons ihdeined4lithe
end-thoso;lunitinit elninwitre requested to cell. on,
Y.; A. iticKinney,_wherhaS,the booke.enclf is Suit.
authorised . to :make. ectllemetits:
JAMES. , 6ILMOR t%
mr!rire liiwinges , will be cont.inuod •ot 'the' 'Old
atentV o by'Gilmorci,:tiuS , Stough, Lritujigglic.h..
, puhhc 'pUtroUttjgo.;' , 'Jou
`'• "‘' `
iyeeivo4 at .a4p,qo
4. - -P 9 g° l 4ive 47 ;
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