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REGISTER or SALES.—SaIe bills for
the following sales have been printed at the
.• Sale by Simeon Fisk, of Dickinson town.
ship, on Thursday the 15th of February.
Sale by administrators of Joseph King,
dec'd. of Upper Allen township, on Tuesday
the 20th of February.
Sale by Jacob Plank, sr. of Monroe town
ship, on Thursday the 15th of February.
Salt by John Brandt, of Monroe township
on Friday and Saturday, the 9th and 10th of
Sale by the admini trator of Andrew
Senseman, dee'd., of East Pennsbort town
ship) on Monday the sth of March.
Kale by 'L. MeDcwel, Admr: of Martha
13owinan, of Frankford towuship,on \\ - ecbtes•
day the ith of Mardi.
Sale by Jacob Miller in South Middleton
township, on Thursday the 22d of Feburary.
Sale by Adam Cider in Lower Allen
township. on Thursday, Mardt)st.
Sale by Joseph 13. Stavman, of Hampden
tp.on Friday, the 2d of March.
Sale by John treason, of West Pennsbo
ro tp. on Saturday, the 2 ith of February.
Sale by John • Ciirmonv, of Carlisle, on
Wednesday, the 14th of March.
Sale by Joseph Sadler of Kingstown,. on
Alednesday, the 21st of February.
Sale by Michael Littshaw, of Dickinson tp.
on Tuesday, the 27th of February.
Sale by Rudolph Heberlig, of West Penns
hero tp. on IVednesday, the 7th of March.
Sale by Andrew Colliery, of Dickinson tp.
ou Friday, the 23d of February.
Sale by Jacob Miller, of South Middleton
'tp. on Thursday, the 22d of February.
Sale b e y Lafayette Moore, of South Mid
dleton township, on Friday the 23d-of March
Sale by Margaret and Sarah Wile, ii
Shiremanstown, on Monday the 2tith o
Sale by the Executors of Geo. A. Lyon,
Esq., of Carlisle, deceased, on Friday the
23d of February.
Sale by Cyrus Smith, of South Middletot
township, on Monday the 19th of February
Sale by Daniel Myers, of Frankford town
ship, on Thursd4 the 15th of March.
Sale by Israel Bear, of West Poini . sboro'
township, on Saturday the 10th of March.
.• Sale by Christian Hass, of North Middleton
township, on Tuesday the 20th of March.
Sale by G. Keesman, of Churchtown, on
Friday the 9th of March.
Sale" by John Strohm,
of West Pennsboro
township, on Tuesday the 6th of March.
Sale by George Priest, of" West Pennsboro
ownship, on Thursday the nth of March.
Sale by Maj. Henry Snyder, of Mifflin
ownship, on Sathrday the 3d of March.
FoREIGN mtLlTAux,—The Tniovezrent a.
gainst the existing military organizations in
the United States composed of foreigners,
seems to have excited the' ire of Join
AO, the Irish exile. We find quoted in the
Cincinnati Commercial the following extract
from some speech or writing of his on the
"For every musket giveU in to the State
Armory, let three be patellas& Arthwith ;
let independent companies be formtd, thrice
as numerous as the disbanded corps—there
are no Arms Acts here yet—and let every
"foreigner" be drilled and trained, , and have
his arms„ . altvays ready. For you may be
very sure (having some experience in that
matter) that those who begin by disarming
you mean to do you mischief." , I
Whatever 'people, may think about the
movement against foreign military eompa
flies, such. talk as this cannot fail to add
strength and force to that movement. The
judgment of the exile seems to have forsaken
him since his arrival in America.
DEATH FROM INTFAIPERANCE.—AIexander
Barlie, a liquer dealer in Pittsburg, of very
intemperate . and eccentric, habits, locked
himself in his room .at his lodgings, while
crazed with drink, and remaining there se
veral days, the neighbors broke open' the
place and found him dead and nearly naked.
Ho had apparently died from cold, hanger,
and, intemperance. • He was about sixty
years cif age, aid was.at ono time a leading
merchant of Pittsburg.
Advices from New Mexico say that the
Indians were more than usually troublesome,
the Afescallerps having run off over 400 head
of cattle, and the Jicarillas - thren,oning the
northern lino of settlements. The
were suffering from smallpox. The terri
teriallegislature was in session at Santa Fe,
and the Mexican party had refused Co' pay
the freight on a number of boblo presented
by Congress, because they were printed in
the English language.
WEI_MESDAY, FEBRUARY 14., 1855.
PROEEDINGS OF CONGRESS
SUMMARY OF NEWS,
WEDNESDAY, Fob. 7.
Congress.—Yesterday, the Senate passed
finally a bill appropriating $'30,1300 to open
the mouths of the Mississippi river. The
French Spoliation bill was then taken up and
passed. It is understood that the President
will veto it. It the House, the Diplomatic
asd Consular Reform bill was taken up and
discussed, as was also, the Texas Creditor
Pennsylvania Leliislature.—ln the Senate
a communication was received from the
State Treasurer, stating that the defalcation
of J. M. Strickler, Collector of Tolls at Co
lumbin, amounts to $55,000. 'A resolution
was then adopted requesting the Auditor
General to inform the Senate whether suit
had .been brought against Strickler or not.
The bill,to extend and continue in force the
act graduating the price of lands on whicb
money is due and - unpaid to the• Commo
nwealth, passed finally. n the House a com
mittee was appoint , cot ..isting of Messrs.
Steel and Morris 0 l'hiladc phia, Fraileyff
Schuylkill, Stehley of Dauphin and Eyster of
Allegheny, to investigate the charge against
the Northern Liberties Bank. An afternoon
session was helil and several private bills, of
no publie.importanee, were passed.
THURSDAY, Feb. G.
_ Congress.—Yesterday the Senate passed
a, bill changing the name of a schooner; an
other appropriating $161,000 to remove ob
structions at the MOH Eh of the Savannah river,
Ga.; one appropriating $30,000 to continue
the improvements for deepening the mouth
of the San Diego river, in California, and
other bills appropriating money to continue
numerous public works heratofore com
menced in the State of Maine, to improve'
the harbor of Newark, N. J., to improve the
Desnmines Rapids, and to deepen the channel
over, the St. Clair Flats and the St. Mary
Flats, Michigan. In the House, the Texas
creditor bill was taken up, the appropriation
reduced to $6,5.10,000, and the bill - then
passed finally. The amount is to be appor
tioned pro rata among the holders, who ar
'to release the United States from all claims
on account of their securities, and the act is
not to take effect until the Texas Legislature
shall pass a law withdrawing all claims and
demands against the national government
growing out of Indian claims or otherwise.
Pennsylvania Legislature.—Yesterday, the
Senate, passed aAsolution, asking informa
tion from the StateVreasurer relative to the
defalcation of Robert G. SiMpson. Also, a
bill to charter the Allentown Bank. In the
House, considerable discussion took place on
the bill to prevent the sale of intoxicating,
liquor on the Sabbath, and it was finally
ordered to be prepared for a third reading.
On Tuesday the ice in the Mississippi
river, at St. Louis, broke up, doing cousidera•
ble damage to the steamboats at the wharves,
one of - which, the Alhambra, sunk in cense
quence, as did also a number of barges and
coal boats. The stnrm and cold spell, yester
day, extended over New York, New England,
New Jersey, and through Pennsylvania.
In the morning the thermometer was below
zero everywhere. In the Eastern States it
was from 10 to 30 degrees below, in New
York 10, and in New Jersey 5. The Lan-
caster city election was a victory instead of
a'defeat to the American party. Jacob Al
bright, who was elected Mayor" by 274 Ma
jority, was their candidate; while Kieffer, who
was beaten, was the Fusion candidate. The
Americans have 'also elected most of their
other candidates in three of the wards. The
vote for Mayor was:—Albright, 1197; Kieffer,
923. The Washington Star is satisfied that
the President will veto the French Spoliation
FRIDAY; .Feb . 9.
Congress.--Yesterday, the Senate passed
a bill repealing so much of the Roth sect'on
of the act establishing the Judiciary Courts
of the United States, as authorized the taking
of depositions without notice. A bill was
also passed to amend the act carrying into
effect the recip - rocity treaty. A debate took
place ou the bill to allow railroad companies
three years credit for duties on railroad iron.
In the House, bills werepassed relating to.
the holding of the United States Courts . in
Tennessee and Florida, authorizing the opin
ions of the Attorney General to be printed,
reguating the salaries of the Judges of the
DiTitriet Courts, dividir g the State of Illinois
and Ohio, each, into two judicial districts,
concerning the apprehension and delivery of
deserters from foreign vessels_in ports of the
United States, &c.
Pennvlvan a Legislature.—Yesterday,
'general nominations were made for United
States Senator.. The Senate passed a bill to
incorporate the Anthracite Bank of Tama
qua, and others' relative to the jurisdiction of
the ourts a Philadelphia, to the ereteolf of
bridges, over cana's and railroads, and.char-
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ters for the Farmers' High School, the Key
stone and Empire Railroad, and the Phila
delphia and" West Chester Railroad. In the
House, the bill to prevent the, sale of liquors
on the Sabbath was debated at length.
A fire yesterday, at Mattapoisett, Massa
chusetts, destroyed nearly an entire square
of houses. Loss 20,000, of which half is
covered by insurance. An earthquake oc
curred yesterday at Eastport, Calais, and
other places in Maine, and at Halifag, Nova
Scotia.. Windows were broken, and in some
instances buildinge sensibly' shaken. Ly
man Trumbull, Anti-Nebraska, has been
elected United States Senator front Illinois,
in place of General Shields.
• SATURDAY, Feb. 10.
C o7l rpC l 3 . 3.—Yoserday, the Senate was en
gaged upon private bills. In the House
Mr. Breckenridge, of Kentucky, announce(
in a speech that he had declined the mi.. siw
to Spain. The "Diplomatic and Consulai
Reform bill was passed. •
MONDAY, ' Feb. 12.
Cungres,?. —On Saturday, General Wilson,
he new Senator from 'Massachusetts, np•
peered, was qualified, and took his seat. in
the Senate, which body also received a com
munication from the Secretary of the Trea.
sury, declaring the value and fineness of
certain foreign gold coin, as ascertained at .
the United'Stiites Mint. A bill was passed
by the Senate granting bounty lands to all
Indians who have served in the United
States armies in times of war. On motion
of Mr. Benjamin, of Lousiana, an order was
adopted directing an inquiry as to the com
parative expense of silver coinage at New
Orleans and Philadelphia. A bill appropri
ating $500,000 for harbor improvements on
the Lakes caused much debate, after which
it was sent to the Committee on Commerce,
with instructions to report specific appropri
ations. A bill from the House was passed
to divide Illinois into two judicial districts'.
In the HouSe, a bill was - passed appropriat
ing $60,000 for building four additional
revenue cutters. A bill to extend the patent
‘& Hascall's harvesting machine
was reject ed.
I(rur.c!ll van ta Le / islature.---0n Saturday,
the Senate passed bills to extend the time of
completion of the Andalusia and Heinle% ilk
turnpike road; ielatis.e to the safety of travel
lers on railroads ; to incorporate the Dela
iNaie and Schuylkill Plank Road Company,
and to extend the benefits of the act fur the
encouragement of manufacturing operation
to the manufactures of flour and meal. A
veto was received from Govenor Pollock of
a bill to legalize the election of a justice of
the peace held at an illegal time in Shrews
bury-, York county. In the House, bills
were passed to authorize a connection be
tiNeen the Eastern Division of the State
canal and the Susquehanna river, and to
extend the jurisdiction of the Courts of Com
mon Pleas over divorce cases.
The nomination of General Cameron, by
the American caucus at Haraisburg, causes
much dissension in the ranks of the Ameri
can party in the Legislature. There are
thirty one bolters. The Illanyis Legislature
has passed a prol4 . ltor lie for law, and a
lona resolution insttimtinti the Senators of
that State in Congress, and requesting its
Representative, to oppose the formation of
Elmo States in Kanzas and Nebraska terri
Congress, yesterday, the Senate passed
,to remit or refund the duties on goods
• destroyed by the great fires in New York and
San Francisco. Also a bill °establishing a
Circuit Court of the United States for Cali=
!bruin,. In the House, the grand feature of
the day was the passage of the joint resolution
froth the Senate, • authorizing. the Pres'dent
to confer the braver title of Lieutenant Ge
. on General Winfield Scott, for his etni•
nent military services.
In the State Legislature, yesterday the
Senate passed a bill providing for the security
of passengers by railroads, a bill authorizing
the disiplution :of the Pennsylvania Steam..
ship Company, and, in committee, Mr. Price's
bill to define certain duties and rights of bus
band, wifi!, parents and children. In the
House, no business of interest was transacted.
At Harrisburg, the 33 Know-Nothing bol
ters have held a caucus, but the •result has
not transpired. The exclusive Whigs, Bin
number, also met :t.esterday and nominated
Thos. Williams, of Allegheny, for U. S. Se
nator, while the Democrats, to the number
of 26, met and, nominated Charles. S: Buck
alew. If these numbers be corret tly stated
they.make ono more than a majority, of th'e
joint ballot, and will therefore, enable the
dissatisfied to prevent an, election.
REPEALEIL-A bill has passed both bran
ches, of the Legislature ) repealing thc act
providing for the•registration of births, mar
riages and deaths. The experiment of trying
the opCration of this laW has cost the ta.N
payers of the State some • thirty
dollars. 1. .
TUESDAY, Ftb. 13
A COLD XIGHT.-A gentleman who was
,raveling between Syracuse and Canandagua,
N. Y., on Tuesday' night, relates that the
stove in -the car was heated "red hot." Ire
stood three feet from it, and his breath, as
well- as that of all the other passengers in the
car,'was as plainly visible to the eye as cig r
smoke-111016g the same effect upon \ t' o
atmosphere in the car (whore there had n
a lire for two or three hours) as is observ. d
out doors any cold, frosty morning. In•
-nerable ears, noses, toes and fingers were
The gentleman referred to, mkglov-;
nis hands. at the suglzestior of the con•
ductor of the train, touched the "hr it' iron'
of the car ; it produced the same
. 0:114.1 us
'.ouehlng a red hot iron, leaving the pnip sad
mark' of a burn,
LATER PROM EUROPE!
ARRIVAM OF THE ATLANTIC
SEBASTOPOL NOT TAIL EN.
Disolution of the British Minestry
• THE PIIpSPECT Or PEACIC.
IMPORTA:qT. FROM CHINA
The steamship Atlantic reached New Yor
yesterday from — Liverpool, bringing pev.
from Europe one week later. The Queen
Sardinia is dead. Lord John R issell ha
resigned his post as leader of the tnimiste:•
party in the tionse of ceimmo,,,, and *fh
opinion seemed to prevail that the ininistr
must go out.
Altnost the only intelligence or interns
brought by this arrival is In be found in O.
proceedings of the British Parliament, it
whi c h th e conduct of the war •has boon Cis
cussed in a spirit very much the reverse o
favor:l'lde to the Government. Lord Jol.
Russell has resigned. and other changes
amounting to a total breaking tie of tl
Ministry, are talked of. From the' sat a
war we have nothing new. The Vienr.
Con'erenc e will not meet until the ro'dlle
' February. Most of' the nations of Film,
are pacing their ii:rmies on a %val. 6-ot:ng
()pin o I changes several times a d r n s ti
the prospects of an early peace.. A: !tope
of a speedy settlem-nt recede. fear: of
extensht of the area of' hostilitit s inereas.•
and in Pdris it is a common 0 mar!: tha'
Sprin ! will ste a'French rr•yn• Marching oh
A liairs'beforeSebastopol are nuchairre:l.
The firi•ish army is in 11, wretehel condition
from inismaangemedt. The Swedish aptly- -
is immediatelvio he piaci d on a war footing.
Nuawrotts failares aro re' orted in Liverpool,
but the aummitts were r xaggerated. Ac
counts from ‘ar'oas parts of Spain indicste
an approach:ng Cat. Est idsurrection. Chi
nese advice; to December, 12th, report that
political affairs in the South of' Chiva are
more critical than ever. Trade was con).
pletely suspended, and the Canton, atrh a- -
ties have officially applied to the America!
and English Consols for assistance. Cou
siderable, reinforcements were reaching tin
allied-armies in the Crimea. Sickness w
increasing in the camp 3. The Russian 01
oral Liprandi has again advanced his In'-
posts to the Tchernaya. A Russian army u:
.10,0-)0 men, with a battery of 80 guns i •
said to he at the rsthmus of Perekop. A'
Sebastopol the French had mined the - thy:-
staff battery and only waited a' fat-oral,
opportunity to blow it up. The Russians
have repaired and reocecupied the Quardn
tine fort. Arab deserters report that th-
Turkish troops were treated with very Mt!,
consideration by the-allies. A despatch frdt.
St. Petersburg announces that •the trarris'ed
of Sebastopol made two successful nigh.
sorties on the 13th and 13th, killing a rot
siderable number of men, and taking fat
teen prisoners. The large Russian fore,
mustering at Perekop, is said to be fur a;
attack on Eupatoria.
FROM C ALIFORNIA
The steamship North Star arrived at N, ,A
York on Monday, bringing later advice's froni,
California. Intelligence from Acapulco nut.
Lions that the troops of Alvarez had obtained
a "victory over those ofSanta•Anna, and that
a thousand or more of the latter went over
the victors. In Peru, the rebel General
Castillo had overthrown the President E
nique, entered the capital in triumph, and
seized the government. Echenique sought.
the protection of the British Consul. The,
government squadron voluntarily surrender
ed. In Bolivia, the rebellion had licen put
down, and a session ofCongriA's ealletho Te
ceive the resignation of the President.
The North Star brings $1,2:;9,000 in gold.
Uer passengers came over the Panama Rail ,
road, which is completed mid in operation.
An attempt is being made in San Francisco
to raise a company ofFrenchmen,to colonize
the Island of South Caledonia, in the South
ern, Pacific Ocean. A great riot had oc
curred at,Los Ange los, on account of the
Governor having respited a murderer who
was condemned to be hung. The Maytr
resigned his office,h aded the mob, and.the
people of the whole neighborliodd, to the
number of 5,000 men, gathered in the city,
took the man and hung him.
Later news from California has again been
received by the arrival at New Orleans of tl c
steamship Prometheds, from San Juan—the
San'Francilco ad ices being to the 2tli of
January. Tho . California Legislature had
balloted twenty-two times, nsuccessfUlly, lbr
a United States Senator. In Oregon, the
Klamath Indians have attacked and mur.le -
ad five white persons, near Orleans, and were
numerous and well armed. Troops had Leon
despatched against them, and a general %Nur
with the Indians was apprehended.