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WEDNESDAY,. SEPTEMBER 215:j;
OL 11170 KS COUNTY.
'FOR AUDITOR GENERAL,.
HENRY W. SNYDER,
• 'OF UNION ctitnyTv.
FOR SURVEYOR GENER.4L,
or WASHINGTON catimtv
Resolved,. That, with a view to -sustain-eh
Executive by the` association of men—menoft
high character, sound political opinions, and
large experience, We have this day nominated
-, 3ristruc DUNGAN, JOSEPFI HENDERSON, and
Canny W. SNYDER ; surrounded by such men
and no longeeembarassed by adverse associa ,
lions, - the Whig"" Governorcan, without Tear or
aimoulty, carry into successful execution all
measures' necessary for the public good ; for
their election, and with it, the election of a
Legislative - mayority, so important in every res
pect, we invoke aeliritP,'harmony and fidelity - in
atm Whig ranks from one end of the State Co
he other.—Resolution of the Whig Slate Con
WHIG . COUNTY TICKET.
Con g ress,
ROBERT; 111. BARD,
.• Of Chambersburg. •
ABRAUArd. W. MONROE, 01. Perry Co
. • Of Perry County.
JA NIES ICELSo, Southampton tp.
4 4,OHN - B. CoaVER, Upper Alton tp.
Director of the Poor,
JAM ES, WEAKLEY, Dickinson
DAVID CO 81,,E,. onroo
' Prosecuting Attorney,
JAMES R. SMITH, Carlisle.
Deputy Surveyor, ,
JAMES 'MACKEY, Shippientaburg
'kr WHIGS ! Remember that next Tuesday a
week will be the Election day. Then go to work
for lORD,7DUNG . .I3N, SNYDER,-.II.EaV'DER-
SON akl. WHOLE - WHIG, COUNTY
TICKET! Prompt, anti vigorous action is abso
lutely necessary. Talc ,to-your neighbors—utge
Aim to , go to Ihe Election—a full- vote is a Whig
ARRA•144.31 W. MeNROE, Esq., of Perry _
county, is the Whig candidate for the Stater
Sonata in the district of .Perryand Cumberland.
•We have not :the_ pleasure_ of a personal an
ilinintanco with Mr. Monroe, hut we undor
stdnd he is a plain, substantial and highly in
telligent Farmer,„ who Is justly esteemed by
his immediate neighbors for his many excellent
qualities. The district was intended to be one
cflbe strongest locofeco districts in the State,
and the prospect is certainly not the most Sat
cring_to the Whigs.—Butif-wo-eiWt-corermanct--
success vo can deserve it—en lot us give a long
pull, a strong pull and. a pull altogether," fur
the Whig candidate for Senator!
Robert R. Bard, Esq.
We learn frbm an authorized source in Champ
hersburg, thc.t although Mr. Bard, our candi
4ut for Congress, is gradually and. steady re.
'covering hie health-after a severe illness, he is,
still not strong enough to warrant his 'malting
any appointments to address public meetings in
, the distriet. We regret that Mr. Bard is pre
rented by ill health 'from "taking the ptumr,"
for we know that he has both the ability and
the willingness to defend most eloquently our
glorious principles. 'lle' hopes however-to be
getable to see and Mho by the hand his Whig
friends in Cumberland and Perry, before the e.
lection, though he will not be able , to address
We learn from Franklin that our friends cal.
culato upon giving Mr. /lard, who is.ene of the
most popular Whigs in the "grceh epot," the
biggest kind of a majority over MeLanahan. 7
Perri will of mime givo Sir Henry Bo!woes
man the best jilt she can, but ifour friends will
onlY hold Locofocolem in check here in Came
berland,"the sixteenth Congressional district
Tellthe next represented by that true Wor: for
American Industry, ROBERT M. BAROI
Be cctive,./M v.igilant; Whigs .of old.Cumber7
Collector - at Phillatielphia.
. Writ. 14 Lewis, Etal.:—appointed Collector of
the,fort of Philadelphia, by _Gen. Taylor, Was
on Wednesday-last corvirtned";bytthe IL S. Sen
. ate,by a large vote. Mr, LOWitell nomination has
been.before.the Senate since the opening of the
session ..Congres4, having eatcountc red the
Most detertninedapposition from Sontitor Coop.
er. ;.Pa Wednesday Air. Coopor made ids final.
speech at considerable, length against the nom
ination,: afierwhich the vote was taken, result.;
llckyze.-;4llnsere. Baldwin, Batnwoll, Bell,Ben-
BerOan; Butler„Glmoo, Clark, Clay, Davie
of Ilisaiselppi;Davis of Mass:,Da wson,, Dayton,
Dodge; f Wio.,DOngo of lowa, DoWno,Etving.
Gwinn, Green, Hale, `Hunter, King,
Mangum, Mason Pratt; Runk, Snbaotian, Sew
ard, Shield!, Souly, Bpruapco,, Tur,noy„.Walei,
Walleer,'Winthiort. 7 -3C
N'Avo.--Mosoro. Cooper, Whig, and Caes•
tionaton, Norm, Sturgeon; ;Whit
ANlENT.—At.ellioon t Badger,: Borland, Brad
Foleli,eFoote,: Yonne, ;Miller, • Morton; '' Penton,
Pholpo,Smitb, Underwood; ,Upham;
• . .
Aire ' Yon 7/koses,i'ed.
we' ' , ;outd,teiiri4il,4Ar renderl flint'; to
1100 114 Becorid
bar (the Bth) it ia'reiiuite'd, by 'lily; to bo
waecritt iciatie ten days befora tins' election, 'ohd
.havoluila n - 131016 or county 'tan.within Ewo
yeah: 'Th'a , last day on *liiobliesesamenia caw
be legally cinudo,.will.ibe "Friclo:y tha' '27th
inat•llhb da) after t& iirolf;ro4. ;' ' •
TlO'Jooi4a F: Cox, Esq,, a prominent poli•
lioian and a kiWyor of r em laehda; . died of fled•
ford, on Wodneodai last, in / 14 50th "year of
►VHIG COUNTY COMMITTEE.
the Whig Standing Conirnit- 1
too of Cumberland county held:on Saturday,
tlittqlst instant, in Carliale on- motion "the fol
bg persons iverqlected us permaßent of
cJlpf the,o4r,llttitti; Ci ,011 1 1 P. 1 " 1 4 1 L i t t
Keithermen, - ; i flifiktperisburOSecretar,yi..l
` tootiet4lte !ollmetinguili:dresirkothii:Whige. :
Of CU mbditerid eetitity...wrik,r6l4,ind iOtired . tit
To the Whigs of Cumberland County
Pcirow Citizi3ns : general State elect ion
ja . :iiiicutliaV and wet aro:pc:pet!, *fed) ',La . ad
dress you, to ins:oho : you to immediate and' ear
nest action. The importance of the contest
evident to you k all when s'e
name the Jet:pont:lW State and :Couht,y office°
which aro to be filled, viz: -
One Oahe/ Commissioner, , -
One Auditor Oenereli .
One Suideyoe Geuerat,
One Member of Ccm - gress,
One. State Senator;'
Two Members. of 4siembly, ,
One County'Proseettling Attorney,
&c. Yon are also called to vote upon a pro.
posed amendment of the Constitution of the
Stale, providing for theilleetton of Judges by
`ttfriTaterotTif the riiitatalinent of the
Ciitiatittition we shall not assume to advise you
hats to vote. It is not__ a party question, and
all we ask of you therefore is to reflect careful
ly 6pon its expedioney . , and voto according to
I your convictions, of right.
Without dWelling upon the character of the
Whig candidates who have men .prCaenlcd for.
election t..) these offices—all of whom we can
cordially commend to your warmaat support—
the County Committee deems it of more impor
tance to urge upon every .Whig voter the press
ing, nebesfdly of faithfully depositing his vote.-,
Tho righiroj ovoryoitizen to vote lam privilege
known only to theleaphiof the-COW-States.
'Die down-trodden masses of mankind elsewhere
know -no suck glorious priniloge.. It is strange'
that where such a privilege exists the duly of
exercising it should have to be mossed upon
its possessors. But so it is. The mortifying
fact iaevor j y year exhibited in Pennsylvania
that thotisands of 'voteis habitually meglecide
exercise this great prioiirge" of the freeman—
this sacred , duty of 'the citizen. And tho still
more discouraging fact to us is that of those
multitudes of delinquents kg tar-the largest por .
tion are frequently Whiga. To a party whose
ranks can boast so large a share of
gent, the respectable and orderly clues of com
munity, such a fuct is a • burping sharne T —an
utiptird6nublc reproach: "A FULL VOTE is
A WHIG vlcToßir, , ‘ has been so-often veri
fied that its truth bus lhacome a pfay.erb. For
want of a hill vole we have - experienced our
most mortifying defeats.••
Fellow-citizens: it is to, invoke you to the
discharge of tine great duty—to scours this
FULL VOTE—that we now arldress you. With
a full Whig vote we mil) , safely indulge the
strongest hope of suecose—without :it we shall
,meet with nothing hut defeat. Let the active
personal exertions of 'every Whig be directed
then tdildooniplishing this important ed. We
- wantORGAINIZATIOk—wo want the Whigs
of 'Minh terve - Ship to know each ,otlferji;o want
them_to siand side by_Lside,ahOulder to °hold
' der, that they may animate and arienuragmeach
outlier. We call upon .tlio YOUNG WfilDS 'of
the townships to carryout this worliAsf orgenil
zaticm. We wae(them to enrol, name by name,
every man who glories in the name of Whig ,
and summon him to the GRAND RALLY of
the sand Tuesday of October Let no voter,
huweverhumble,—whother in the. shop or on
the fas,M", in the factory or the mine, in the
valley . 0 - 2 , 4 he mountain-cabin--be neglected.—
Our glorious requires, every man to do
his duty. The second Tuesday of October is
near at hand, and we call upon every Whig vo
ter to give the day to his country. Let :him
resolve to vote himself, and 'to urge his Whig
neighbor to vote, remembering that a full vote
is a Whig Victory !
John H. Weaver, :Pin. D. Shoop,
Richard Anderson, J. Bomberger,
Abraham inititta, Thomas
George Knalle, John B. llomyson,
.L W. Craighead, David Lesher,
Thos. V. Flmoers, James L. 411cPcnoe11,
Thos. Afe Kinney,
TeeOniony of Opponents.
The• Chambersburg Valley Spirit, says of
Robert M. Bard, the Whig Candidate • for Con
gre,s, "he is a very able laWycr, as well as a
pretty bitter whig." -
The Philadelphia "Spirit of the Times,"
edited by A. 1-1,. Smith, Est. formerly of Chain
bersburg, iays,"llilr. Bard is a lan yor of pop
ularity and ability, and' a. perfect gentle
Such is the character of our Candidate for.
Congress, according to the testimony of our
opponents. Whigs, is not such a man Ivor
thy.of your most activeexertions to elect?
'To exhibit the refined taste and delica
cy of feeling of the idcofoco 'candidate' for
Congrois, Jas. X NICLANAIIiN, we copy the
following resolution adopted at the Whig Con
vention of Perry county:
- Resolved, That Mr. McLanahlm's grand ora
torical flourish (in his opinion) at . the Mass
rneeting,held in 1848, in which he said that
.Gen. Taylor and Millard Fillmore 'were at
Jersey match-,a bloat stud horse iind'a gray
mare-n-6 sou tberp slave...hold erowd_a. :northern
abolitionist--iiaveling•np__ a steep bill with
both wheels kicked,,' does not impress' us fa
vorably_ with either his liberality of 'sentiment
of histourtesy as gentle Man. •
The slogan° of Mr. McLanahan's compari
son entitles him to take the hat of eny decent
man he. meets. • .
. - .
jr g -The Carnolo . Herald trios haid to enlist
the feolings'or the laboring portion of the cam
'munity against-Mr. , filacLanahan, by holding
him up as a man who is
Chombersburg Vayey , • ; • .
Nu we don't. But it. ta,bocause,himeelf
ing in wealth ," he show! no empathy and ap•
pears incapable all sympathy, for the poor
a n d laboring man, fl'e 11naplfeatFrI by hie votes
in congreee,thet we have endeavored to enlist
the feelings Of that portion 'of, the emnlnurtity
aga i ns t JamaaA r plol.;anahan. )t:''Would
strange indeed if they preferred MoLanahn'n Zo
Pittner; Spurt's LAST.—At. the . late
.hratie State Conventick.in Now York, John
Von . Borenhad the effrontery, according 10 the
N. Y. Courfai& Enquirer, to deny that he hod
:eier belonged to the Free Soilparty, or that
nny stioh paithin fact, find bier , existed. •
;Qusom Wocu.—The Detroit Tritium, boasts
bl n hoot flintier in that oily, who takes a now,
calf akin and in four days reproducesit in -the
form.of nu, elegont pair of hoots. The boom '
will doubtless wear out with a rapidity corri;n !
ponding to Viet with which they., were, wonu
Pottitciee 'Wive risoO 'Oleo at sDelon
rook 83,50 to . 04 per barrel b 'in* ooneeipletiee of
he tavosao of the potato rot In that State.
'' Ephraim Zug;
Joiui S. Crist,
G en e Miller,
Whig County Catmints
The Whigs of.Vnion In Council.
Elithnsiasile Reception of Governor
pCiworis preacia—SPeechee of
0-01erhor, and Han. D. 111. Smyttee.
441JaRtifilPeniterat of Friday. lost con- -
r of 'the Whig foluti- '•
' : vuarti ,l lBl n 4 rfl 4 l,,l 7 74 l ir itA i s n td p ac t u . a av i d ihP I'Vtal W hi g s
t o h r u s t a n s i t o i en rcoon .'
iliite,,linv4linston, by the noble - Whigs of
t9tt a d thc .. ilfijoining - ceuntics:
The perinacrat says in pursuance of the In•
a - Batton and_pyogrtennie.piblislicdin,.our last
Week's paper, the ,cornmitteo of reception, Col.
Geo.-V. Miller, ,Col. Eli. Slifer , Alax..ll.'Blair.,
Jatines Aikergiond o.'N e ,Worden,, on Tuesday,
17th Said., received end publicly welcomed his,
Excellency Gov. Wirtinit P. JORPTSTON, between
the hburtrots'and 6 o'clock, from the pack - et
boat oliposito Lewisburg. A general,' proems-
Bien at a past•B o'cloclt was , then fornied, con-.
sietlog of innumerable - horsemen, carriages,
three fine bandiorMtude, among whicit,eliono
cel4Pictiou sly ; -- thia fine - leass - Fa - a - Of - Moo tour
•county, and- the 'Montour- delegation with
splendid banner emblazoned , with the name or
their county in largo and ponspieumis , charac
ters, accompanied by a vast crowd of the Wor
thy and intelligent inhabitants of the beautiful
town of LowisbUrg to escort his. Excellency
Several aoropriate speeches ofwarm and grate- .
ful 'welcome and greeting core made, among
which, wo cannot forbear netleing the eloquent
and neat addresb of Mr. Jainee Aiken. , •
The procession thus formed, with the Gover-'
nor thus escorted in a splendid &much° drawn
by steam of four fbiegreys proceeded through
the lovely and luxuriant Vulloys of Unit.n—the
cornucopire of Northern - Pennsylvania, accom
panied by the Hon. Daniel Smyser, of Adams'
and Col. En Slifer ,•of Union, until it reacheti
Mifilinburgi Whose warm-hearted and just
thinking pePtilation turned out to add their
cheers and their,approval, of a visit so pleasing
to a people who wifirottlparty bitterness, party
prejudice, slavery or bigotry, know so well how
to-appreciate she norvicos,integrity and- talent, - -
of a well' tried public sovvitnt, us do the
German population of onr slater county. The
- procession then proceeded to New Berlin, the
final destined place.of public county reception.
The Governor, en route, delivered neat, brig
and appropriate answers, to yhe several addres
ses of welcome which. met his ear At 11 o'-
clock, A. M., the proceshion amid the display
of banners, the cheering of the populace, the
exhilerating and exciting music of the line ._
Lolvisbtirg and Montour bands, reached New
Berlin ,and after deployinglir fine 'military style,
under, the excellent arrangement of tiro Mar- .
dial of the day, halted and displayed lion( OP=
posits the public buildings; under the waving
of the splendid and beautiful array of tho State
and„,Nationnl flags, which tastefully extended
-from-theilandsome-brick - hotel - ef Col. Kleck
ner, the obliging, gentlemanly and hospitable
host, to the public ' offices, where .an elegant,
commodious aid forgo stand, accommodated
with seats, had been erected for the syeakers
and orators alba day, on this most interesting
occasion. Hero, the vault - f Heaven rang and
C . responded to the shouting welcomes of 4000
I voices 'with deafening clamour of joy and glad
nbss. The nt,ting - ivas then organized. Ner
14~iddloewai4li i,, was unanimouslY chosen
chairman, with five vice 'presidents. and an ad-'
dress replete with the good Sense which always
characterizes the words and actions of 6 . 6 speak ,
er,was delivered byNer Itliddleswerth,DsiV, and
responded to from the barouche by, Gov. John
ston. Tho Governor, accompanied by the, Hon.'
Daniel Smyser, of . Adarns,Col. Eli Slifer, of
Union, and a large cOnpany of friends, retired
' tchlio hotel of Colt Kleckner, "to whom elk,
praise .is due, lot the good order, attention and
hospitality, displayed in his endeavors to ac
commodate his guests ;" to partake of a most
abundant and excellent supply of the creators
comforts. Immediately after dinner, the Chair
manend vies Presidents, with time several speak
ers, Gov. Johnston, the Hen. Daniel Smyser,
and Mr. Johnson, of IVLuncy, took their seats,
and the meeting, consisting of 4000 persons by
ittimstiunTwww - ctilld - tm --- 'irder, and Mr. Silty;
ser delighted the immense multitude with art
oration of surpassing power, eloquence and hu
mor, some touches of which convulsed the au
dience with agonies of laughter.
Gqv. JOHNSTON' then rose to address his fel
low citizens,of Union county,'with that dignity
of, Mein, diehlinesa of person and manner, af
fluence of language, and cogency of reason and
argumentovhietr,are stypeculiarty his own.—
fle commenced expressing his pleasure at meet
ing his fellow citizens of Union county, and
his grateful feelings. for the welcome he recei
ved ; 4,e was aware7 - thattlitferecea of opinion
did aAI would exist, and in his opinion, were
necessary to the purity and permanency of our
institutions ; but he deprecated and deplored,
that central organization of party power, and
that party bondage, which demanded the .sur
render of private freedom of thought and ac
tion, and that abject adhesion to party mandate,
which converted freemeninto slaves and bonds
moti I He justified in the most convincing
manner, his' veto of the first . Apportionment
bill—lie remarked on the necessity of carrying
out his endeavor to ottinguish the State debt,
by forming a nucleus at the last session for its
graddal reduction and final extinction ; and
observed that the actual and necessary expen.
sea of government, for all throe departments,
legislative executive and judiciary, amounted
to the small sum of 8250,000; whereas, -- four
milfions were annually paid by taxation '&c.,
on the citizens'of Ate. State; but had we no
debt, two niillions of dollars„ after' all expenses
paid, ;Might be anurrally 'atm/jug:l in. furtherenee
of our system'of common schOol 'education.--
He, lathe most plain,. argumentative 'and Con.*
vineing manner, urged therieceesity of a change
ill the collection of our national revenue ; so as ,
by that manna, land no other presented itself,) •
to-protect and-fester horde Mduetry, and pro- '
duce a home market; he also. by iher inust for- •
cible • and conclusive ' , arguments, showed the
ricultdrallsts on a foreign minket for' their'Pro- !
duce. He explained lucidly ; and eloquently, ,!
the importance 'of the results which would, fol
low the neat election, instancing the election i
of Auditor Neu Gr
Neural, Surveyor .enertil,'Prose- '
outing Attorneys, arid t h e ;alteration by.aidend
i went of our organic Itiro; making an electivb
judiciary. He appealed to MS felloW citizens
with irresistible force, endeavoring to convince
men of every party, that it was their ditty, , pvisii
at self sacrifice, to attend and vote at the next
election; urging that these ryho were opposed,
and those who , werein favor of the amendment,' .
ought to vole,,ici ordei that the willed the pee-
plc Might be fully and fairly exp ressed. lie
niado sortie equall y pertinent and . ust remarks
on the great question dein - very, contending for
the right or the people of the, territories to de
cide the mullet: fur theuiselves,•but that the '
Wind government had no constitutional right
to aid m the, exitnsics of 1110' urea' of 'human
bondage. He Passed en eloquent eulogy on thee
memory -and millimeter of ZACHARY TAYLOR,
I and trilt , erteeto the policy tvtueh 1/131.1 been par
'sued by the Statti and national administrations
since 1848; opproved . and Jusiilleti it, and was
of opium' thetaine measures awl, principles,
if Persisted in and earried,ouf,' would redound
to our national and state interest. .
Thu speech was considered by all ;who heard
it, as one of the'ablest, most elotpieiit and ar
gurneatativo addresses, thaphas been-delivered
in our Stato for many yews, and wo most sin
cerely hope, that a copy'of it May be furnished
!Governor 'l6linstoti Win followed b 1 Mr.
Johnson, ofsAlifney, who 'pronounced .a deser
ved encomium ou Messrs. - Pollock and Caney
tind went on to 'show, linit:JaMos Armstrong
was well qualified to suceetid them in congrosN,
and, paid utany-mall deserved . complinients' to
his tatentsontegrity and , oppacity, tor' Mantra ,
Miatid usefully ,d 19 charging ; Ids , duty' the
RepreSentailro of the 'glorious tbarteenth dia.
Thua ended thia memorable day, wbith will
long live in the'-memory of-tlit ge WIIO ivere
. _~: ~ '~.
sir it e ,i,„
1Z When the Whig ntenibermot Condtaes
last winier,itiagea trioyaitiont-toward effecting
a change in ; ,the present Tariff , tho .British.
immediataht . to*tha Marti; atiii" , '.itildrdssad,:the
I.4 °Wing" - e:ltei : A,Olir Secretory Get).
Taxl4:attaiwayi) taannianicatad tt:ta Congress,
that it.inight <be danoupead 'tlestalvad.7
LEGATIoN, Jan."', 1650:
Stn.: it having beeniepresonted to her Maj..
esty's,.Geveraiment, that there in. some idea on'
the pact of thoUoverninent of the U. Stites to
increase the duties on British iron importmi in?
to the United States, I have bend instructed by'
her Majesty's Government to express totho U.
States Government the hope of her Majesty's
' Government, that no addition will be mu& to
the duties IMposed by the present: 'tatiff.of_tlic
Unite d States, which already weighs heavily
on .Britietulprodations'i! had I.carinot but ob
.serve for, my own part;lhat,. so „augmentation.'
thiitliitiati 4 . PrOduice or maniac-. i
fermi - node let the moment when 'the'
Governinent.has, by a series ef...measures, been
the comrrereV - WeTiveenllie .two
countries, would prodvce a coy disagreeable cp.
fect dn . :Maio opinion in England.
avail myself"til . theeppoitunity to renew to
you the assurance of my most distinguished
_ LIENS Y L. BULWER.
Hon. bIIN lII,CLArrON, &c. Sic.
This imptident interference with the policy
of our government wee very properly and
vcrely denounced by the HonJames,Cooper
and other . I.Vhig members, but Sir Henry Pot
war's letter-seems to have bOOO recolied•
great weight by. the Hon. - JAIIES X. MCVAZ:A.•
HAN, tho representative of this dietridt. Hellas
aver since voted against every effort made by
the friends' of protection for an amendmel t of
the tariff of .1846, nicroly because; in . t h e lon
page of Sir-Henry Bulwer,lt. would "PRO.
DUCE A DISAGREEABLE EFFECT IN
IVORRINGMENof Cumberland; Franklin
and ., POriritilir you, by your votes;lsenil Sin
TIVE back again to Congressi or will you not
rather suttailijotir own country,ari your_oWn,
interests by voilitg.„for ROBERT. M. BARI),
the advocate of protection, to American Indus
try? Let the ballot-box speak
Later from California.
LAND TROUDLES-RIOT AND Loss OF LIFE!
—The alcamer-Philadelphia arrived at N. Y.,
from Chagreis, on Thursday ;yelling, bringing
000,000 in gold dust^ on freight, and •oboul.
300,000 In the,Mands of passengers. She
brings odvices from San Francisco to-the • 15th
.of August. The house of Barton Lee, at• Sa
cramento City, hod failed for. $1,000,0001 A
serious riot, attended with toss of life,.took
plac'e at Sairamento City, growing out of the
land troubles. Sixty of the squatters ,proceedcd
to the, prison fiip, to release their comrades
who wore confined there for misconduct, when
therivere c - intrielnd - ind oppo s ed by the ATs7yor
and other ailizers. An affray commenced, in • ,
which Mayor Bigelow, the City Assessor, and
many others, on both sides, were killed , and
wounded. Two steamers were despatched
to San Francisco for assistance, and the Lieut.
Grvernor had proclaimed martial law.
It is slated (fiat just as the Carolina .was
gettingontlerivay at San Francisco, a despatch
rece*d oitboard_from the _office -of -dhe
Pacific Jveuiii - stating that an ,
express had jest
misted, bringing the intelligence that- Sacra
mento city had' been reduced to asheii - aitti the
squatterswere receiving reinfor'cernents from
tho t ralties. This dispatch was receactifiy
Norcross, Assistant Editor of thp Pacific News,
Who was a passenger. He considcred it, we
understand. entirely reliable. At the limn tti
Limo the Carolina left, fifty U.'S.soldiCis had
leftEyficia for'the salia. of . and two
no &leer companies in San Fr:incise° bad
also offered their services to maintain order.
By the arrival of the Canada, we have seve
ral days later intelligence from Europe. The
most important item is the reception the Aus
trian buteher Harlan met in London, which
place he visited after he left the Peace Con•
vention at Frankfort-on-the-Maine. It appears
thatiha - Cslted - a - lar -- hrliWe ry
_ .srge — brewery, where _custom
usually required (la registry of the naine.of
each visitor. No,sooncir had Haynau roes ! .
tered his name, than the noes spread through
the brewery. Ininiediately the worktnemwere
Up in arms, and ran through the yard shouting,.
"Down with the Austrian butclor I" Ho was
treated 'with the greatest indignity4n such a
way as donbtleps' taught hint hex his course is
zietved by persons living out or his own coun•
try. .tie - barely- &seeped', if the account
correcti with his life. Part of t h e Eoglith
press condemn the action of the mob, though
all agree that his presence was provocation Bur
ficient to excuse a greater outrage.
It is still said that an effort will be made to
place Prince de.Joinville at
,the head of the
French Repablic—he having declared himself
in favor of ttrbaf republican government—not
such apne an - noiviitars that name in Franco.
The; crops have been gathered in England, and
are said to be good. -The repeal movement
has again been agitated in Ireland..
ULTRAIIOI.-1t is difficult to say upon which
extreme of the slavery question is exhibited
the gieatest folly. The ravings of the Cozen
ovia Convention were thought to reach the ex
tretnepoint of indelency which hod been -at
tained. They recommended the slaves to mur
der their masters, steal the s iftest • borses .
run away. But we notice a Southern paper
whieCis not to be outdone by any Yinkee
however ingenious, in cilium and general atroc•
ity. This paper advises a foray across. the
border and the destruction of a few' Northern
towns', just brit/my:of showing- what they can.
do; and for the Balm, ive suppose, of petting
an end to the discussion which agitates the
Country, and restoring hahmonisto ill Sections.-
1 PillaD s
ILLPIIIi t CONSOLIDATION NIECTINGI.—•
At Philadelphia, on Monday evening, a great
mass meeting was
, ; hold , in the, pounty court
•rooini at which the Hon. Wm.. M. Meredith,
late Secretory of the Treasury, presided,,,as
sisted by about 80 vice presidents,, the, object
9f which was to procure a union of--the city
nod districts under one Municipal
iv'ith the hope of putting a top to the disgrace
ful end bloody riots that t aye becninit'‘of al- .
most'ovary day occurrence in 'the districts,- . A,
series Of resolutions were adopted urging otf
the legislature early action in the matter. ,
:Ton TOREIIII ENIOT OR AGENT, Aewn BET,
had arrived 'in Washington and had taken lod
gings at the Igational Hotel. The Jvidienai
Ititeltimegr says thls'visiter of the far East to
the remote West is the first subject of the Sub
bhmeyorte whOhas over come 'to the shores
of America in ths service of his 9-averment . ;
and although he comca as ty simple agent to
view our country,-its internal condition, PoWer;
pursuits, prodtictions,.institutions, , &0., 'and'is
invested, we believe, with :ne' diplornatic
functions, his vialt may lead to diplomatic re.
lationa between the two GoVermentsorid eV-in
itially to a mutually advantigeous Commercial
intercourse,betwc,on the two'eountries.
TZXAS SATISFiIiD.--4110 Washington .linion•
ledree that the people- of 'Texas, wl!1,,
the proposh ion of Congreas almost , nr ith neela , ;
'nation. -They would be greater fo'ela than we
take thatalot) If : they; dtd not. - '
7 . 7. agieLaulthark.andslavery,-..
, A letter from a distinguished . gentimpan.,at.
Washington, says the Chamberaburg ll'hig, or
fering us a hearty congratuiation 'upon , tM i
nomination ofour fellow eitizeri , 4o3EßT
-BARD, thus spealcs dr. ilia. douAe.:fortiOfe Mc4l.
I.,analum _in the present -Congrits, - ;liet - tlio i
people—not only W igs-4iit the propfei!
read and reflect, for it is a mataittfitffdeletlf
affects the: interests of all: -
,‘ While the Territorial Bills were passing,
McLanalian, in committee of the whole,
uniforinformly voted ON THE SIDE OF SLA
VERYT vOted'ogaitilreNcliiding 'Slavery -
from the Free Territories, lie voted for ad t ,
mitring (prospectively,) new Slaie 'Stifles
the 'Union. MI voted agqinst continuing the
Mexican faws uhdlishing slavery; ‘Vhieh are
now in force in the territories; nod when these
bills tvef6, considered' in. the House', w here a
Journal, is kept,. he voted fur. the g"g previous
question be lore any a inetultnent could be offered, -
!tither', he WENT WITH SLAVERY ALL
THE TIME, AND AGAINST THE PRO
TECTION OF AMERICAN INDUSTRY.
"I hope every' voter in F , ronklin county will
be, at the polls, that Human Freed.ons and Do
=meatier-Industry irray - belairty - rvirrentudWis .
your district firthe nest Congress:" No better :
syeetkin than IVIr. Bard could he made.",
\--- "- - Sirigic Shp Tickets. •
The following sections of iho Act of the
General Asseibbly; approved the 27th day, of
February, A. D. 1849, ore published for the in
formation of the electors of Cuintierlend county . ,
Sec. 1. Be it enacted, &c. That it shall be
lawful for the qualified voters of the counties
of Adams, Dauphin, Lancaster, Yell, Frank
lin, Cumberland, Bradford, Centre, Greene and ,
Erie ; -from aitd , sfier the pasage - of - this Act;"ls —
for all the candidates for. the various offi
ces to he filled'at any election. on ONE SLIP
OIL_TICIiET: Prot filed, The• nice for n bleb
cv6ry candidate is voted for shall be &swill- -
led, as requited by the , existing this
Sec. 2. That any fraud committed-by_ any
persop voting in the manner above prescribed,
shalthe punished as :similar frauds are ,direc
ted to be punished by the existing laws of-this
Murder of Two Brothers.
PErrsnuno,Sepf.l7. • Last evening a Man by
the name of McKay or McCoy took lodgingi
at Bellihoover's hotel, four miles Mad town.
He was plac'ed in the same room with ,
train BeltOtiover to• - eleep," From some un
known Cause be got up dur/ng the night and
stabbed William, who by his cries for help a
larmed the house. Melchoir Beltzhoot er
hastened to the assistance of his brother, when
he encountered McKay, who stubbed him' to
the heart, and he'dia instantly.
The Barkeeper was also stabbed in the face,
but not dangerously. William Ileltzhoover
died from the effects of his. wounds to-day, at
noon. The murilerer has been arrested and
.011, but he .is so badly beaten
that the Prison Physician thinks tie cannot re
cover. Had not the poPce from the city or:
rived on the ground-as - soon as they did, the
murcloreriyouhLhave. been- Lynched—by—the
enraged.people. No cause is assigned for urn
NOT ices or 1 3 / 1 .1.9.-.-- Washington, Monday
Sept. 16.-- T Mr. Stevens 'of Pentisylvanie gave
notice that onto-morrow or some subectriont
day ho would ask leave to bring in the.following
. A bill to alter and, amend the revenue laws
so as to afford reasonable proteetioo and °input.
°gement to American labor;
A bill to abblish slavery in the Territory of
Utah ; • -
A bill to repeal so much of the acts establish
ing territorial government in New Mexico and
Utah a's recognizes slavery in said- territories ,
and as plcdges the nation to admit new slave
States into the Ounion ; and
A bill to repeal and ponnual the fugitive_ slave
law, passed September, 1850.
TARIFF or 1896.—The Brit istrl'ariff Bill of
1846 has operated most disastrously throughout
the country in reducing the population ut man
['factoring - towns. - We have already given sov-.
oral case -- 8 in point ar,d hero is SIMI her. By the
recent cens7:.ts the borough of Plicenixrille,
Chester county, contains .2667 souls. In 1897
the population Ras 3333, showing - a decrease
In two years - of 666. 'Where are at present 116
vacant dwelling.houses. This decline of pop
ulation and • cessLoLdwellings_ism-wing-e ht ire
ty to the disastions ell'ects orthe - Terilf - of -- 9846.
Phcoriixville is a manufacturing town, and its
prosperity depends upun the amount of impor
tations in iron and cotton. , The quantity and
value of the iron now rondo at.this place; is 50
per cent less titan it was two years ago. Con
sequently hundreds of persons have been obri
gen to sly from Pl'tentsville, to seek employ
ment elsewhere - or in some other business.
Loots Our t—Altered $5 notes, purporting
to he..'un the Bank of Gettysburg, are in elicit
7;liree.nien wore arrested in Philadel.
pith on Wednesday, whihliail some of theta in
possession. The signatures are good' imita
tions of those on the genuine. Vignette, the
figure of a female; eagle, shield, and liberty
pole p ships on the back' ground. Left hand,
an Indian figure with strung bow. On the
right is the figure of an American sailor
with a flag:
' ITZ'Thei bill for 11w abolition of ,the Sla!tm
Trade in the District of Columbia, which had,
previously passed the Senate by a vote of 8340
13, passed the Representatives, on
TusedaY 'week, by 131 to 471. This completes
the whole list of measures, proposed at the.
commencement oOlie session fur the atljust
ment of . the difficulties glowing, out of ,the
liZrA lino of steamships is °boat to be-es,
tablished between Philadelphia and Liverpool.
'Pwis vessels, each of 2000 tons - burden, at a
cost - of 160,000 dollars; are to be. commenced
immediately. it is expected that when fiii2shed
they will make the voyopo• each way in about'
,me lee days.
For Oa !Jerald.
' Senatori#l CoOferenco:
, • In pursuance of adjournment the Wtiig Con•
fumes of Cumberland and Perry Counties 'met
at Sterrets Gap,,on Friday the 20th .of Sep
. On motion the , Meeting was, organized by
appointing HENRY H. ETTER, of Perry,
chairmain, and George Sherbaho, of Cumber
land, Secretary. • ,
Tho name of ABRAHAM W. MONROE,
'of, perry. County, being proposed au a candi
date for Senator,.and le having received a ma
jority,of the votes of the Conference., ho was
thereupon duly doctored the Whig Candidate
fprihe Mlle° of Senator in the diatrict comp°•
tied of the counties of Cumberland and -Per-
, On: motion the -proceedings were ordered to
be published .in Om : Whig' papers of the - dts;
E Signed by the °Mein.)
VtaI:TAIILE Mithl'EPSIA I3ITTEne.
—These bitters ore getting to bewidely known,
and it is well that such is the case, for among
.the entire lot or popular patent medicines,
those,.lor. that malady, llYsrarste, have . no
Thiti distressing complaint is easily con
gocred by the nee, or Ka Cc:hitt:fa Dyspepsia
leri atl_thotienncla have tested the efficacy
of Jim same. Thoy are invaluable. ' They
will rVlawa :al:oat:N. and , establish a pern:anent
cure. Thoso • afflicted withVarius disepaes
ospeCiatly Dyspepsia; should' not 'fail in trying
theselniters. Circulars, containing the Cr.e
Remar &able . Cares, and. the high
estimation- in which' this Atoilicine is hold by
the puhlie prose, can be.hail.of 'the agents,:free.
Pribo JO canto per. halite. Principal Office 122
Eulton street, N, Y., up stairs,' Dr. 0.
Agent ter Carlisle..,
Mn. Eorron4' , ..l'his stibjaet is deserving. of
more attention than it ^iititit yet :received - from,
Oftr: farmers atirfoil who have grotintla to matt,.
n Lelia 'to smutiou. some t: : net ices o:Y .
411e•Tririt of our:o6unty,il,,you can ipso room;
:pinynto7f :Fie°, fruit atidcliolo9
,tablea'%.firliary risfamilyc and it TO
sheer negtogene . o if our farmers'.do not possess
them. flume seem to-hpect that nature will
spontancouely . yieldhergifts, without any.con-.
trattitiOnof money, time, Of labour; but such
.ia,t m t .I.IR usual course of thingsi ) Site rewards ••
the industrinus and thOse who fpnt.their shoul
ders to the Wheel, while the '4•gligent,'the in -
different, and •pcinuriptis, are only partakers of
wlial:theirmor o fortunate neighbors mould not
look at. Let any no ride through our coon:
try..,Oreltarda there are, mid loaded with up
pies,,but in Many eases of poor and indifferent
quality ;-peaches you will in eet with on almost
While the: pears iire•olfeu choke pears,',urid the
grapes, the•wid . d grapes of our - woods. Tb'?,o
are indeed- - exheptions, when you will find".as
good.fruit us..you could, wish, and it is satisfac
torily shown Unit we can ritiso peaches, pears
apples and even grapes in this valley of excel-.
• • .
'The expense of raising , choke fruit will be
well repaid at 1110 prices now giveiriinour mar
ket, although a largo supply wooldtOduce it in
all probability Much below the present rates.--
14.1 s true, fine lruit will not sell for as much in
Carlisle as in the thy, 'even:with present limit
ed supply, but it commands at least twenty
five per cent. over Inferior qualities, takes up,
no more ground, .and vary little additional la
bour, and then, the' luxury it affords to`the farm
er's- ftruily would, of itself, repay the trouble.
Strawberries —From .the garden, sell in our
' market at twenty cents a quart, and would pay
for their culture at lialf-that-praio. In cinein
nnti they are sold at oae-fourth this sum in
gloat quantities. This frtrit, -- tinleS - e - the culti
vatur_lias had some experience of its habits and
treatment, doee not al;vaye succeed. Nlany va
rieties deteriorate and become barren r the
cultivator will 'mark the best bei4g- plants
arid-root out the others, he n ill greatly improve
his bed; but the Hautbois and Large Early Scar
let arc not liable to - this 'degeneration. The ,
latter is a, regular, abundant and excellent
bearer, and ought Mho preferred to the larger
- kinds by those who cannot give more than or
dinary • attention to -their t: ultivation. The
Strawberry requires a soil of a deep tieli loam
to yield good returns,, and on poor grohnd will
have light crops - of small size. It should have
a full exposure to the sun and. light, and-the
beg time for making new ratitations is in A
mil and August. They ought to be planted in
alternate strips of wound, leaving one vacant
fortho -- runireTETWanTeicinftcr the crop is
ovor'digging up "tlie strip that hue borne and
relay I'm Alm uoL.year's crop.on_ the _young
-strawberry vines - which have covered the va
cant strip— and so on alternately every year,
which enables the cultivator to Manure and
prepare the ground Mid have heavy crops each,
Pea'Oca ! —The peacjk- is the most luscious
and:healthy (bed of—the fruits of our- climate,
and amply repays cultivation.' No one who has
- land ought to bo without a IoW choice trees
for his own use. Large sums have been made
:by its cultivation in Jersey and Delaware,wharc
tlity - itre raised, on a great scale.. Our peaches
ore generally of very inferior quality and not
fit for eating : but experiments chew that they
can with very little attention be raised here
nearly equal to anything that can be produced
The best soil for the peach is a rich deep
sandy lows—it will succeed will on a mellow
loam, and will grow on a light tliin sandy soil
but:not well on Compact clay Peach orchards
ought not to remain in grass; it Is much better
to cultivates them with light crops. They re
quire to bo examined several hints in - the fall
and the Peach Borer, or Peach IVorrn, which
devours the bark just below the EitgraCO of the
gyouno, ca r¢l ulThiliew out and -destroyed.—l
a half peck of air-slacked lime is put round the
trunk of each tree at the end of May or begin
ning of Juno in each year, the worm, will eel- .
'dein attack it.' Peach. trees dd not het more
than a few 'years by ordinary culture, but_they_
arc cheap and easily propagated by budding.— .
The frost here often destroys the bode, but if
sumc were planted on high, as well -as -low
grounds, (where the farm admits of it), there
would be - a good chance of getting a crop every
yore front one or time other set el trees. nil
year the trees in the law grounds, as far es 1
have observed, have suffered roost from the,
frost, while those on more elevated situations
have given an abundant yield.
I have had: some specimens of peaches rais
ed hero sent to Inc!, which show what we can
du. 'Mr. George Murray raises Prince's Red
Rareripe of excellent 'quality. He al.() sent
mc em beautiful and fine flavored , peach the name
'uf which I do•itot know. From Mr. Thorn's
garden I received a largo freestone peach of
first quality for sweetness and flavor. Several
freemitene 'peaches of excellent quality, size and
beauty, were reeeived, front Mr. Goo. Spangler,
although his crop was mostly destroyed hy the.
frost this year, and , sotalso was , Judge Line's,
' who,has the larg 'ist nursery of fruit trees near
this place. I can speak from last year's exper
ience 'of the superior fruit produced by his
trees. have not seen Mr: MillwrAlr. Stu-
Man's peaches, and do not Itnue whether they
Mired bettor with the frost than others. A yel
low freestone peach, supposed to be Crawford's
Late Melocolon, from - Mr.'Johnston Miiere'S
garden, measured nine Inches in circumference
And weighed Hourly air and a half ounces, and
had a rich and excellent vinops (Limper.. Some,
rut freestone peaches, raised on Major Hender.
son's farrn, weighed nearly' seven ounces and,
measured nine niches In circumference. One ,
from the late Judge Duncan's garden, the Le
mon Clingstone, measured ten "MCA quarter
inches and weighed nearly
,nine. and a.half
Our mdritut has torn - 'chiefly - supplied • from
Mr. Cookloy's giobard, who has not only the ,
greatest supply but the best poaches that have
boon sold in our town the present 'year, but
those that aro brought for sale aro no ways
equal to the 'choice specimens' flew Mir gar- .
'Ono irolll. the farm f .1. Hamilton, a white
freestone poach, supposed to be (hit La Grange,
slightly red 6t'-the stone; sugary sweet and o f
delicious delicious flavour but rather mars()
grained, coonsurad'ten mind 4-quarter Welles in
eircumferanco, but below somewhat decayed
,weighed but. eight uncl,tllrceluartnr onnocs.:
'ln the next Herald we shall have'somethipg
Ihrther.....,to: say respecting the 'and. ahlo
the pear. , 11,
§ept. 23:1850. - •
TALL - .CANDIDATEI3.—JIidscS Johnson 'and
Wood, ,and the Rey. Mr.
,F 4 dwards, are. the ,
Whig, Democratic and' kiou Sir candidates
for GOvernor Ohio. The t '
three met a
Cleveland a ahem tithe t:lnee, and 4.,Wini found
that they measured nineteen Teel!
4:CVJenny Lind gives two concert's. in LISS -
on on Supt. 27th and 30th:
• .To.Pliisfele.ne- r -A Rare Chance,
OFICICE4Foriti tore, and a good suriply of
OAfediteinea.'fdr sale; if nppli ed for soon.—
trltithAillice tali° to rent; with no entublislted
tprallf l o wolth;.,lifteen htipdred n which
,can incritased.- For:furtlier information np
ply.tit this:office. • [sent:4ll(ll no
Nron-CE is hereby,given to all pereoneliri
il wrested that tint undersigned has been op
pointed Auditor to report on exceptions filed to
thcvancount of Thorium Greason, Assigneo of
David Reed. I will ottend on MONDAY ,the
.7th of-October ilex!, at toy alias in the `Born!
of Car - • t
sept2s R M HENDERSON;Audito .
• Merchant, DIM to Rent,
THE iinclernigned 'offers hie . MERCHANT
MILL at the Carlisle Iron Works,for relit
frow.the Ist 1851
PE PER P EGE
rulllE subscriber has-just returned from the
N — cttv~vttlt~t ACT l'inte t of-TATNT-;
AND- fi I'APLE DRY GOODS, consisting
of MerinoeS, Cashmeres,:Alpachas, Mous. de
Laines, Chintzes, C;ngliams, dce. Also, Bon
net Ribbons, Embroidered Neck Ribbons hi
meat variety, Lattiee'Dr'ess Trimmings, Ho
siery of all hinds, with the •usual Fell assort ,
;nom to witieh he invites the alttintion of the
citizens of Carlisle and vicinity.
Money 5 4 trveri is ..Honey Afarle.
TROUTIVIAN & 11 4 141V5.
k - TEw. C:HEAP AND FABHIONABLE
IA CLOTHING sTov E, an East Alain
street opposite Elliors.Drug Store, in the men,
forint:oy occupied. by d 1 r. Daniell as a Clothing
Store. Thankful to the citizens of Carlisle
and vicinity for their. increased calAbrri, %vein
gain request their company to view our loran
and splendid assortment o 1 &ad s oliad c
ing Joe FALL AND VIN
'Our stock consists of nll kinds of C n ATS,
PAN'I'S, VESTS, and Gentlitmenls-Nearing
Apparel in general, suitable for the, season, cut
and rondo in the most workmanlike =rifler and
of the latest Fall and Winter Fashions. All
who Wish 16 favor us with a call can save from
twenty-five to Wry per cent. by buying or cur
store, and nll goods sold warranted to give en.
tire eatisfacOon. k-cpt2.s
A FULL assortnien.—of Whi , e and Mixed
Merino Hose of till sizes for; Children.—
Also, Ladles Hose in great varieiy just opencd
IUST opened n general assortnient of Tripos•
try Worsied in various colours fo'r Knitiin g
Si:arts, Slim's,' 0, Shawls, 4...1e. Also, 1111 addl.
Sional supply of Zephyr Worsted i
septi2s • G W lIITINER. ''
Bonnet and Neck Rioboxis
TIIL subscriber has just opened nn assort
ment of Embroidersti Ribbons of beautitul
styles, with a lull supply of Bonnet Ribbons of
all qualities sep2s' G\V 'III:Ws:ER.
Black Silk Laces, &c: •
AVA Y of . Black Silk Laces, Tliredd ,
and Colton Laces, Valenciennes Edgings
Lunn Bobbin. Edgings, just opened by
__sept.2.s t;`,7 G. W. HIT-1,1
WHEREAS the -11onurahle FSEDERICIT
WATTS, President Judge of the several
Courts of Common Pleas of the eounties of
Cumbciand, Perry and Juniata, in Pennsylva
nia, and Justice of the several Courts of-Oyer
anit 'Peitniner and General Jail Delivery in
said counties. and Hon. John Stuart and John
Clandehic, Judges of - the Court of Dyer and
'Permitter and General Jail Delivcv for the
trial of - all capital and other °l:residers, hi al;
said county of Cumberland, by theirprecepts to
me directed, dated the 26th of.,August, 1850,
have ordered the Court .of Ciipi,, - and . Terminer
and GenerulJai I Delivery, Lobe holden at-Car
lisle on the 2d Illonday-=-o. , ZloveMbernext,
(being the 11th day) ati O'eiiielt in the fore
noon, to continue two weeks.
NOTICE is therefore hereby given, to th•
Coroner, Justices of the Peace and Constables
oldie said county oft:timberland, that they ore
by the said precept commanded to be then and
there in their prpper persons t with their rolls,
rceord a, 11111VIIN hwy., exam inationn, and ull
other remotnbrances, to do those things which
to thcirollicea appertain to he done mud all those
that are bound by recognize nees, to prosecute
(against the prisoners the t are or then shall be
in the Jail of said county, are to be there to
prosecute them us shall be just,
DAVID SMITH, Shr.,-yr.
Carlisle, September 9.5, 1850.
A good Parlor Coal Stove
OILS A ,A) !exans_Apply
y• WILL sell the two story
.BRICIC HOUSE, situate
on the corner of the square In
this borough, in wch 11lichael
T; - . - Ee now reside hi s. The title
is perfect ; clear ot. all inetnahrance and the
lends will ho made olacconitnedate any pur
chaser sFTho,will secure the payment of thv p q r•
bliriso money. WATTS.
GEORGE Z. BRETZ,
SURGEON bENTIST respectful
respond - -
ly inform the public thnt he is now prepar
ed to perform all operations on the Teeth that
may be required. Artificial Teeth insened,
from a single tooth to an entire set, upon the
latest mid' Most approved principle, The 'pa
tronage of the public is respectfully s tileited:
rie.mak be found •at the residence o f his bro
ther on North Pitt street.
Carlisle, Sept 18, 1350.
Valuable Farm at Private Sale.
THE subscriber intending to remove to the
west, offers at private sale a valuable farm of
Limestone Land, situated in North .Middleton
township, Cumberland county; about - 3 miles
cast of Carlisle near" Middlesex and the -Har
risburg pike, adjoining the Lotart Spring and
the lauds or Jacob Albright, Joseph Witmer
and others' containing 120 ACRES of well
improved , land; well fenced with post and rail
and in a high state of- cultivation. .Ten acres
of it arc thriving timber land and four in excel
' lent Meadow. The improimments
nro a good Bank Barn, 75 feet - tong; -
r i m .a large TWO STORY FRAME'
frage 41,: H OUSE, with a wen of good water,
near it, and all other necessary out
buildings all of which nro in a good stoic of
repair. Alao,n thriving ORCHARD of choice
fruit. hullo convenience of its arrangeincnt
locality, fertility and improvetrient, it, is scarce
ly equalled by any tarn[ in the country. A first
rate-Lime Kiln has been erected on the plane
within the last-year. It will be sold on reason
able terms. Persons wishing to examine it, or'
desiring further information, are requested to
call on the subscriber. '
septlS JEREIVIIAII GREINER:
FIRFT ARRIVAL OF
Riots and Shqcs
FOR THE FALL sEnsON •AT
.711A'atreet, near the Rail Road Depot,
COMPRISING Men's, Boy's and Youth's
Calf, Kip and coarse Boots and Brogans,
which are warrantellto be of the best quality,
Ladies Gaiters,- Buskins and French Ties,
Misses and. Childrens boots and shoes in great'
variety. Also; an elegant assortment of GUM
SHOES and 1.1001. 1 3, with ell the lei° in. '
provements end warranted perfect. Having
purchased those gum shoes from the agent of
the Manure'ewer, I am authorizedto mils A
NEW PAIR in place of any that provo defective
in wearing. • '
Having a of French Calf Skins,
Morocco, KidoStc., and 'geed .workinen, every'
attention is given to [stonier work as usual.,
soptiB WM. M. POBTER.
Plainfield Classical: Acaderay.
N oxamination' of the Studmili connected
with this'. institution will taste place on
TI URSDAY", *Septomber 26. Patonts and
thelrionde of education two invited to attend.
R. K. BURNS, Principe!,
t.:sta.lo 'of •DAvir..WOnsT, doc d.
ETTERS of Wilminiatration , on'the main
14 of • Llavid Worst,' Into'of , tho borough of
have been issued by the Registff °fib° county
ul'orcaaidi to the subscriber residing in' tho,bo..
rough and county nforeenitV All portions hay,
'tag claims against siiiitsoste will prOsout then%
properly tnitliantioatoiljor.sottlenient rind ,qisu
indebted will *lto. inirnedinta pP.ggitjont to'
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