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a.A.ILLXSI•II, I ,
WEDNESDAY; OCT. 28, 1857
— Pnlita3LNKitihTiihr7 -----77 .
In:the name and'by the authority of the Com
monwealth of. Pennsylvania, JANES P - 9 L-.
.LoCK, Governor Of the'said Comnionteealth:
.A PROCLAMATION ,
Yelidat Citizens :•-:--To I. ender:AO - Alniighty .
nod, 'who controls the destinies of nations
andmen, the homage-of devout gratitude and
praise for-Itis goodness and his mercy; is the
' nprepriate and solemn duty of ri' free and
highly favored people. As the giver of every
4 , ,ereial, and perfeet gift We should ever 'twos ,
titstrithr - hand in ierciisr-nrui - naknewl
. edge out dependence upon Ili4 providence . ;
tatti although adversity may ' Mow its dark
shadow across ohr polliwog, yet we should he ,
-.- assured of this " the Judge of,all the earth
. will do right." •• • ' •
. During the past year the bounties of dkind
• Providence have not been witheld from our
' Commonwealth. Our free inStitutiolle have
been preservedand our rielijs and privileges,
. civil and religious, enjoyed and 'lnnintained.
• - .The arts and•sciences, ntid.the grout interests'
, at (demotion, morality and_ religion,._ have ..
"'claimed the attention and received the en
couragement of an intelligent and Roma pee
. ple.'--41onorable industry in its iaried'depart
, mints has been rewardetl; , ,totitl althotigh re
cent and severe financial revulsion has tilled
' with gloom, sorrow and distress, the hearts
and homes of many of our citizens, vet no Noe
al famine, no dread-. of iiiiFill-trg-pratibt-incir
• • social calamity, mingles with our emotions of
gratitude for poet blessings, or weekend our
trust for, the future,,in the providence of Him
Who wounds but to heal, and " whose triOray
. enduroth forever." A Wesiteous harvest has
-- - crowned the labotirs' of....the--hushatninin. 7 , -
peace.with . ite gentle and reforming hill otences,;
and 'unwonted health with its benetitS and Met
' elms, have been vouchsafed to us. -
• In neknolviedgement of these manifold hies
, .winge, we should offer unto God thanksgiving
'tied pay our vows unto the most High ; AWI
call upon Him t• in the Clay of trouble: Ile will
•deliVer . thee an& Gran - skull oh rityllitn."
Under the solemn coniiietion*lie +pie
-713i of this'iluty, on tin c:ottfortuity with stab
. limbed custom soil the wishes ()Limey good
eitizents,l, ifrotne Tot,Lonic, - Gores Ilisr at the
- COntolutiwt:itlib Id' l'ents , ylvonia, do lye,diy
secouttbend Tnunstmy Tun Twlt.) - -ont.Tit PAY
lir NOYESMER NEXT nee day ~f getterel thanks
giving and praise. throught [hit; State,and car
-*lastly request the 1.er.00 Gra obrsaiising from
their , usual ~rocations and all worldly pursuits
they assemble on that day. according
_to their •
religious ctn. otos+, and nnitein trictlisg thanks
to Almighty God for Iti•i peat 'goodness and
mercies;.n d white lottint,ly nektrowledging
tar transgression,-dud improving Ills forgive
strie,,, beseech Him, with eincere and earnest lls . '
sire, to return rind visit iteagain with Ilie love
log kindness, ranke•sao worthy of His bounties,
Seacontinueio us the rich blessi,ugs of His
- providence and grace. ' ' ..
Given under iny.bandand tiro Greet - Sent of the.
,- , --,State at Harrishurg, this nineteenth
' ,L s.
y of October, in the- year, of our
‘--...-, Lord ono tlintleand eight hundred and
-eft -seven, and of the t',numon wealth the elgit
, — Brthe - :Gavern . iom — `,ll. Su
Deyfi.fy Secre(ary - of th'e° COMVlCillwenith
74; 4cadeFs . and Coriemposid calla
The first page of tho Ileidhl preriiniENltis
week, Lpleuenui. variety. " Faded.l3er.uty,"-
1e ~gtoetbly written mid given promise of fm
sap ,hope to hear from the
author again.. Every one thould run The
Head ofthe• llousitheld," they- 'kill find it a
- very planning !ketch otdotuen is tile. " The
Oiee.in : the Dark," is a good introduction to
dumber of ankilgths,and the ladien will find
leLtheir-thlportrhent; to o articles — for — the .
Weds! benefit. "'The Canoe," on our
"fourth page, is one of the finest articles we
: have read - for some it wrist written .for '
the Home Journal, by Emtivi R. Peas, and has
•touching pathos' thitt will find a response in
every heart. A court Incident, entitled, "Lend
via not into Temptation," Conveys it useful lit
. NOD, and la a Eappy illustration of justice tern
10., Our paper not weett.was delayed be
yond our usual hour of publicatien, in iconse 7
queace of the great length of-the list of pro.
=WWI awarded at the late County Fair. We
Oistameneeci to putit in type, without being
aware of the apace it would ocapy, but con
cluded that it would. be more Batisfectury to
pytblitth it entire thou to hold part of the list
over. The effort to do so, threw us a few
ours-behind—H too. •
• FINAL RESULT OF THE .ELECTION —officjal
returns from till the counties in the State with
die exception of 13utler, Fa and Venango,
Late boon received, and the vote for G vernor
foots up as fellows:' Win. P. Packer, 18, ,458 ;
David Wilmot, 141,165; llezellturst, 2 XI.
Packer's majority over the Wilmot and Hazel
burst vote combined, is 13,361.
The aggregate vote Imt year was,
do this year was,
jer;Joseph C, Hays, Esq , Editor of the
crlOwford Journal. published in Meadville,
ins elected county Treasurer at the last eloc
Slop, on the Republican ticket: Many of our
nuke. pill remember Mr. Hays as a former
resident otC irliale, and for soine time - an as
etiolate editor of the Herald awl Expoxifor. —
. Vr : e,oorigratelato him not.only on ,his eleo
flop, but beaause ho is also a favored res.ident
of the most..cuutit'ul town
PriILADRLPIIIA :11161iNING MlSS.—This
/cranial has cossti to esied, its•suliseribereo
irill hereafter be - furnislad with the Pidindel
'hip Daily 13un.,, The Sun did good "'service
'4usdogthe Inte.oampaign, and pledges renewed
etfora topaintain the priiieiples of the A ineri
eatt,Republie,an party. We hope our friends
11111,1,give it a' hearty. support. I_,
ir On EIGN IVEIWB
• The iteamer•ualtio orrittli -- at New York on
Ike 24th witiv-Liverpool dates to the 14th
lasi, The London money'nnn•kot was unset•
Cod in consequence of the unfavorable. news
from the United States. An eacest•ive do
•ttsaod prevailed for money, and the rates of
peanut were raised from 6 to 7 per cent.
rade for the Great Czarawitch
u at New Market, resulted in the triumph
of Mr. Ton Ifroeck's t'Prieress " The success
if do American horse was received - irith great"
aheerieg, and she immediately became' the
trolfaverite in thiklietting for the Cambridge :
Wee otakeo, to be run for at New. Market, on
lib* Mb of October: Before the nee one hun
&id to orie was laid ugainst prioress, - .
The American horse Lecomptecditid froth en
attack of colic. Pryor had beau stricken "out
•f all hie engagements for . the itrosent
'Mc L M. Aroblbahl, ft native of Nov..
Bootie, and fornie4 ,Attorney General of
Newfoundland, has been appointed British
Consul at New
The Earl of Fitzhardinge died ou the 10th.
Oxygenated Bitters. —l%lB peculiarly, saes:-
atom medicine, no n remedy t'er bystitpsia,
Lee no equal, and n'tirial will satisfy tlielnest
illiceptitial sufferer that its value eitrinot be over
. sodsoto t i. : le will tare Dyepepeit,
Well, the State election is over, and the op•
posit on of locefoc . olsra. have been routed .-horee
foot and diagoone The result is the elecilen
of Wm. F. Packer, far Governor, with demo
orMio majority in both breaches of the Legie
.l,vure. 'ln the State there. is a heavy falling
elf from the veto of That your. The
/V." cir St e rafght6ut party, pokes about 000
votSS,: more than a thirtrof which were ob
tained in Philadelphia. This amount forme
rather too enroll a capital to do business On .
(Intl! the next campaign,' and therprobnbility
is they will auven4 In Philadelphia. the voto
Is . efghtnen- - thousand• one hundred sinl - four
loss than, the vote" of last November. The
American vote Or .11azelhuret, is ten thousand,
less than Fillmore's.vdte, whilst Wilmot runs
.two thousand beyiurtheivote. • ofFrewnt.
It is neither pleasant to,
,us, nor profitable
to our readers',l.n go into:details of the result,.
Or to speculate on toe cause of this "stain.
Tiede" in favor- of Democracy.. •It
to know that the State has gone oVerwholm
ingly Democratic. The people have Spoken in'
the exorcise of a constitutional right,.and
hoitover'nnich'we may deplore the course of
events,•we boti with submi,sinn to the will of
the majority. • Nor does-defeat come on us'
entirely unexpected; we felt assured flint the
'airtiightelitnomination was "trump card"
to be played into the hands of the locofoco par
ty, and that therefore,-it was impossible for
Wilmot to " win." But we were not prepared
for *.sucli aone-sided glair as this ;election
turned_nut ttit„be in comparis'on with that of
18561. However, there is
~,s ome consolation to
be drawn fromthelact that Pncicrr's majority
is so large as to put our defent.beyond. the
ossiltilitr of a . doubt. The fall may have
be n a lirtril•one but tee are sure we have tg2l:
to the bottom Of it. •
We do not always believe it the truth of
the popular apothegm that the ' , people can do
Po 'wrong," When applied to our political 'con
tests. We believe the pimple have done w ,L ong
now, and will do wrong again, as O'er, so they
suffer thenfselves to be led by vckless..dennt
gogues, who change their principles Co .suit
•the times, •seek n market where , they can
barter-theta for Southern votes,.:'
As the DemocratimpartyAHsumes that their
vote at. the recent election is virtuelly an np•
proval of their docqineS and policy, - having
now II democratic Governor; a majority in both
branches of the Legislature, and in 85C1,151011 of
all the Deport rents of the , State, if they carry
out theiroften repented pledges, we' ploy !oak
for th e i n te a d a eti ee of radical measures.
. A war-of extermination agnitiet - the b.inks,
mod persietanethin the tree trade policy, which
has. alreitily been the means of throwing thou•
.EfllidS_PULuf eniployment, and is ealeulati.d.to
prostt•vlo otin individual
building-up the Routh at tile' expellee of the
North,' draining .tbe couTitry of gold end ail•
nor to pay , English Manufacturers, while our
ow.m.:energiee'are.erippled, and our mechanics
are idle itithotat_theLineattiLoEsubsWene-- .
This is Democratic pOioy,' and We 'tiresome
those who are so ready t - Li'east their Vt4CH . III
that party, arc prepared to hike the corse•
qm7nds. ' •-.
To don who hove token no
poljticol — discussions which marked the late
etnyass.:.wlo knowAtio'inipi c rittice.,of
iitheitibAration of the tilfairsat Government on
,the.princiyie of eiinal,and -ecnof jitsfice, and
who tire oi'posed the progressive and ogres
Sivespirit of modern_ democracy ; Iveltave oniy"
to-say, that by the apathy of some, and tlio
treachery of Others, tho:ciinservative party, of
the country has been left .! powerie . sa for good,"
kid we tny.t Wait 041raly for the "-sober sec
ond. of the peoplt;, to dispereCtbe
darkness in wiich we and now enveloped.
.I,k WORD FOR. TIM DERALD:
Now that the election i 8 over, and the po
litical campaign ended, in which no doubt, our
readers have had n surfeit of politics; we
shall f.r some time at letist, endeavor to 410-
vote more of our attention M subjiotB of Ali-
Cral interest, : 'and thereby' allow our piper to
cocaine its usual variety. Whilst we give clue
space to forelon and domestic news, to the
science of agrieulture nn,l the edoptional in-'
tercets of the country, we shall py increased,
t, a tendon to the local department, laid .tho'
,acme time strive to eitahlielt n literary char
deter for the paper by origindi co•.trihtu
selections from the best literature
of the. (19 t., and by thus . cotnbining instruction
witlromusement, we may hope to Make the .
herald a welcome visitor nt. every fireside
where, it ismdmit . ted. If we;eacceed no we &-
vire to do, we tall expect nu increase of pat-
There are n great many who take no county
paper, although its agency is developing the
intelligence' of the youthful membersnf n ram;
ly, is admitted by all, and its usefulness can
nuChe estimated -by dollars and cents.
No one therefore who desires ineermdtion on
the'ciirrent topics of the day,•or who properly
appreciates the importance of early education
_withodt n newspaper, and whatever
importance may be attachsd to city papers,
ournounty papers must alWays ccmmnnd the
greater inlet est, on necount of local trnneno
tions, news of the courts, marriages and
deaths, advertiseuients and' the mnpy items
- connected with home mato.oiations.-
Now is the-tinio, to subscribe. stinter iv
appronchiug when durink the long nights, as .
the home-eircle marounds the hearth-stone,
the Herald can be introduced. to shed, from its
w.i.11, filled tinkles ; a genial influence over the
faaily group. :
The low price at which the Hera 1(1 con be
procured, brings it within the reach of nlli and
its real value to the farmer, mechtinioend tut
sinese man is worth fur more than the price of
subscription, in the good effects it may pro
duce en the, minds of their children aside from
its importance as- a weekly record of events
whiCh innke up -the Woqd's history..
The rapid increase of our subscription list,
. also makes the Herald n
,valukble medium for
our advertising friends nho wish to make their
business Mentions known to- the community,'
'and our correspondents are reminded that we
.hope for a imatinuacco of their favors, to, aid
us in giving to the Herald a prominent posi
flan among the journals of the day. •
FROIILAV_A SHINO TON.-
WASHINGTON. Oct :'B:—The Prosidint hoe
ing learned that Ex President Pierce contcm
fames visiting the Island of Mallet-is
. for the
benefit of his health, has' ten lered 4 passage,
through the Secretary of the Navy, in' the
United States, steamer Powh.ttati, which Is on
the eve of leaving for the Eost Indies, touching
L'ent. Col. Alexander,- commanding the 10th
:Regiment says that tho march tigress the . Pr
airie country, frobt Fort Leavenworth to Plat te
river, the time alloWed by , Hen.• Har
ney's.ordcrs, and was, perhaps, the most 'ox
etnpt from loss and occident ever known. No
serious aleknees has prevailed, though four
coves of bilious fever, produced' by the great
altercation" of theteMperature and the miasma
of the Platte bottom, have occurred.. He con
fidently apreased the belief that tinless some
very unforeseen accident scours bin - regiment
will reach Utak - in a condition of perfect et&
clency and discipline.
-The- DiPloospid corps, ,ip dv, 'received
Oardel orinvitaatito is grand clinger party at
the Preeident's house oe,Thureday. : ,
NEWS OF THEAVEEK
It is end flint several diAinguished,-1-Arneri
con'offiders are novinttiashington, endeavor
ing to get infolhe Britioh service in Iniiin..•
The New School Phabyterinn Synod of Vir
hnie nJnpted the report of the commit
feo'on the minutes of the Genertil Assembly,
vecomitionang the withdravanSof the iisttoS
from thnt body in oonsouenoo ofits n 64011011
.tVe slavOry..queStion . . . . •
•• A meeting ofthe citizens of Ifa'rrisburi,.
was ltsid.at the -CoUrt House ori''Saturday
evening; td request the Town Council to issue
small notes for the convenience of business
multi nitiking cliatigt;.Thfudgo Loos presided,
and a committee. was appointed to confer with
the Councill.On the subject. . • •
A destructive fire took place. in Cincinnati
last week, in 'the sugar refinery of Messrs.
Mitred' McKenziegad Cal„..fturnising_al.
of $5O 000. They wore insured for $60;000
of which $4OOO was in, the State Mattittf In,
surunce of Ilurrisbarg.
Thotnos Allibone: reesident of the Bank of
Pennsylvania, has resigned his posltio'n and
left for Europe.
EXPENSES :OF TAR EXTRA SESSION.-Thp
entire expenses of the late extra sessitin 'of the
Legislature, will amount to about iti,oorr: - -
Thio - will .be
_mere than. made up by Atie.!ax
of ono-fourth of one per cent. levied upon the
banks by the late at in regard to'Banks.
The State treasury ; therefore, gain largely
by the operation.- , .
09 Sunday Inst, it large meeting at Germans
was held in Philadelphia, drawn togetliikhy
an itillamatory appeal in regard . to our present
financial, trou.hles. Vialent_apecches wore made
in the German language. 'The motto' of
"bread or battle,".was often nlludcd to:.
..--_lllri.,Rutfp, 7 li4o4ne—long—tieenLoelebrated
asilto lealler• of fashion in Philadelphia, died
apSaratoga, last week. She had been spentl 7
it% a portion of the mummer at the Springs,
and became too ill to be removed. It is cold
that Mrs. .Itosli was a remarkably brilliant
woman, highly educated, and 'with .a mind
coostantly improved by . early study.
.the /t erican Soul
died in London, on thr 10th in , stant, at the
ago of nathretif :New
• A telegraphic despatch to'ilie - North. Arneti
can, confirms the news 'that Gov. IVOlcer and
Secretary Stanton bad rejected the prepooter
011/3 fraudulent returns in Kansas, and given .
to the Fro Statc.thembers of the Legislature
their certificates of electiori. .The Governor
has 1: , [ 3111.4.11 proolatnation to that effect, and
as the Republicans lberibrliti've.n clear inn
.jority in both houses of the Legislature, the
Pro Slavery men - are raising a storm abdtit' . -it.
•The accounts •of the election.in.i‘lidnetMta
.111)-91ill:FOII:fileting.:1$.lifIlSey, 1110 Reptiblica'n
and S bley; Dentocrat„itre_running
neck and neck -- ; - Sometimes Ramsey is ahead
of Sibley, and then 'agaid, Sibley is behind
Ramsey; • _ ' • _
LEGISI.ATVRE OF 1138
:The . following labli , a exhibit the political•
comploilon of tho Legislature of 1.858:-
, Philadelphia, 'City— Harlan
.Ilielitirdson L. Wright, Dein.' S. Randal.*
"Dem. N. J. ifarseiis, Dep.
Clie,ter and Delliwafre—R)/affman. - Opp. •
• Nlonigamery-Thoillas I'. Koos, 'Dom. -
Iluelts—Jona than lily, Dem,.
Lehigh nod Nortnapiptim-4 mph Laubaelo,'
Carbon, Monroe, PiltoMnd Wityne 7 -Thonini
Craig, Jr.,.lltn?. . .
Bradford, Stn , quehatinn, Sullivan and Wyo.
tning-;:C, Reed Myer:, Opp
• Luzerne— , Gen I'. Steele, Dent. -
Potter, Viryleit.G. • W.
Clinton, Lyooming, Centre and Union—An
drew Gregg, Opp
Snyder, Noriburnherland,• Montour nod Co :
lumbia—Charlea It Backalew, Darn
.Ciimheeland, Perry, Juniata and
Henry Tettdr, Dem.
Dauphin' mid Lebanon—John B. Rutherford,
Lineaster—Bartrani -4. Schaffer, Opp. Mar
York —ls9'limn "II Welsh, Dew.
Frunklio nhtl Fulton—Oeorge W.
Brewer, Dem. • .
Somerset,: Bedford and fluntingdon--I,vm
• Ithdr, C.itobrin and Clearfield--301in Cress
Indiana and Armstrong—Titian. J. Coffee,
Westmoreland and Fayette—Jacob Toms;
Itiashington and Gre9ne O. W.; Miller,
Allegheny-- William Wilkins, Dein., E. D.
Beaver and Biller--John It llarrts, Opp:
Lawrence, 11Iercer and Vensugo--I'tanei.t,
Erie and Crawford--D. A. Fiarney, Opp.
Clarion. JetreFoun, Furest and Elk-.-Ilenry
flolding over 13 '
New Members .
New tuembeie in Palic—old mernnozn in Ro
*ni. fill voonney.
Monroe and Pike,
Sul'n, Honer, 2
Lveoming and Clinton, ' "2'
'Mifflin, • . I
Union, Snyder nod Juniata, 2
Berke, - `•
Cumberland and Perry,
Bedford and Sonierset,
_Hunting Ion ?
Arndtrong end Wcatmoreland, 8
Fayette, • •. • I
Allegheny, . .. •
Idercer anal Venango,
Clarion and Forest,
Jeffeen, and M'Keen, 2
Crawford-And Warren; • - ' ••: 2
Erie, ' • ' 2
Potter end Tioge, .. . 2
' 88 - 46
DomoOratio majority on joint ballotr dB.'
The free B.tete
sat! Is virtuttilly ,In'some four or five
of our Votinglireaittets heard from, the gross
.est firiude have heed practiced on us. At
Kicknpoo,An insignificant viSago above us on
',the river, where they have not over-200 votes;
— tre — y — Tolla - 9007 - 00v. comthanded_
two-companies cif' troops- in person, and told
Omni they 'hat! a right:to vote; and they
In .Johnson county, south of us in. Oxford
precinct; a ioWtiship with some CO votes, they
ratufnetl- IGOO , . Pro-Slavery -majority.--Gov.-
Walker and Secretory Sianton, have become
alarmed at, the indignation, expressed by the
Free State 'ram and are 'withholdingsome of
the certificates of election Free State, juti :
lee hero to-night. -"Fours
Ti e.felrotving ,circular, hair been" sent by
the Philedelphia - Bunke; to the. Detil" hi the
ioterioc of the Siete.
"The undersigned n Committee appointed by
the Banks of Philadelphia, to confer with the
other Bunks' in the Commonwenltlc-on the
_subject of ; the bill recently_passed . brthe -Leg.
legalising thd suspect:don
. of specie
payments, beg leave to address you in regard
More purtlepiarly to.the provisions contained
in the ..third section Of the slid bill Slimild
the stoi-k-holtiers of the City Banks nccept_the
bill, it is their desire td give its- requirements
it practical ned benefieial effect, by uniting
'away All. inipediments•to .n.free anti legitimate,
ciretalatiOn of the notes. OP all the Banks of
the Ccinmoniiealth entitled tti'credit, rani thus
•gicing such facilities to the htter,antl. trade of
the State ns will hest promote the general web
fore. - 71if - effeeTtTibis•wilt require your nid and
_co,operation., v ilnyt_farAtre.yon. tcilliui „anti_
prepared td-ilo 010' ,Can you make arrange:
•mentr.to bays your notes, redeemed-in
delphia, en nolo keep then, alt par, provided
Alm Batiks in Philadelphia will ogres to circn
in te't hem. fo the es leoPthe - trade nod business
'will allow? We think, by a proper arrnnge
ment and titelerstnnding between the, city and.
country - Banks: . reciprocal nitriintneeS and n
sound and healthy currency Fan he maintained
amongst us. We'desire to - know your views
upon the subject at us early a day \aispnie
n 0 ,i
that ngreed - upon ntay , bnitittredi:.
ately thereafter put in operetion:? ,
Some of. the city papers are ntlyocating - the
passage of a Free Banking Law, with a 'metal
lic basis feTreurretfcy, but we apprehend that
basis will ho a 'very unreliable 'one when we
reflect that from the first of January until the
first of 9dtober, nearly shirty
_three • milliene of
doOdrs was vent out of the cOnntry . front N'lVI
j.Ol - 1( city alone,, to pay, for foreign goals Which
tines been imported under the flee-trade poli
cy of the Democratic party:
In New:York the oitizenti are .becoming
fenrfUl of violence, from the ninny; persims
who tinve 'wen thrown:out of emiloynunt : In
beveral' of the Cities; relief nspochtions have
bron formed for „the purpo;e the
needy-during, the ennievivinter .
11c;a111. - EtThlixl)l;il . 'lie
II MI us p ensinnu and failures tu the din
ferint States for the last three months
which, sum up aa follows) • •. •
Angust, „' .Pit
Beptellibn, . „
~ . - • 39-
October, . 1 . •• 489,
hi addition to'the foregrang thereout° 33
. in Canada Weld and 6 in Canada East.
If o'e e.titnatr the nobilities of the above
'at an average of $100.0013 each. we h a v e an
..aftgretpite of-nearly $lOO,OOO 000. The Liy
erptid Mercury says that in tlientonth of Rep
ltunber, up to the 21 . ith,.there has been "about.
the acttregate,araount of liabilities being i4O,
The New York Life Illustrated, 'of October
the 21th says there is scarcely a publisher who
escaped from tdrelist of "failed or suspended."
We may n ime; ',Wino discredit the following:
Harper & 13rothers, T. II Celine &Co., 11.
Copperthweite J.i'. ? Jewett &Cii.„l. S.
Redfield, Philip J. Cezzens,Miller. Orton &Co.
Richard Marsh Y. M. Emerson &Co., Miller&
Curtis, Bangs, Brother & Co:, O P. Putmon
& Co , Stanford &Swords', 11. W. Derby & Co ,
Fowler & others who found it . im
possible to meet Allele engagements during
this unprecedented pitnio, Which so completely.
deranged the currency throughout the • whole
) ylrginla,New.Scholl Pre.byterlan
WAAIUNOTON, Oat. 23.—The Now School
Presh terian S nod ofl,rtinia_nttw
elan in this city; eArreises jurisdiction over
the greater part of doh State, the Western
Shoree of Maryland, and the District of Caitlin
To day the ,Rev( lfr, D.tnfortli, front the
'Committee on the :tiinutes of the General As
sembly, held in Columbus in May hint, repor
ted that It
,was impossible for theta to concur
in:the views therein expressed Therefire the
Synod of-Virginia ic left to the alternative of
dinsolving its conttection with the General As.
numbly, and accordingly • make this recta
mendation. The Committee say . that in sug
gesting thin course they believe they are ex =
pressing the sentiment of the groat majority
of the Churches, deliberately formed after the
most ample discussion, and when all the In Palle
of reconciliation and all the4orts for united
cotton have been exhausted.W
Several resolutions deprecatory of the ngl
Cation at the slavery quettien were laid on the
Tito Rev. Mr. Newlin, President of Delaware'
College, offered n substitute tur the repqrt,
tillittit'gave rise' to a more than ordinary ills
ctis.tion. . It wits in substance, that the Com
mitiee be excused from reporting on the -min
utit al' the (letters! Aisentbly,and that the Syn
od reserve' definite notion "on- the relation- it
sustains 'thereto, until'ihe nest Synodical
1' ' •
A witrm debate emitted involving the merit,:
of the' slavery qdeotion, and .was puntinued
until n late hour that evennig. •
2 a .
Sunderland; of.thie - Car, - eppoßed - the
agitittinn.cf the t tihject,- but hetueen liberty
and ltetnitio he etuphat;cally
. profs-red the
fernier iii itself considered. - It this Iros nhol
itieopiem, let the Synod Make the most of it.
Dr. Boyd joined issue with Dr. S - dtherland,
elruestly ntivotiated 'a withdrawal Dote
the General Miserably.
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this valuable Journal of Science and Art,
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* The degred of heut in the•Obtive register
is the daily ncernge or three ohservatiotm.
"The melarichnly daye aro come,
Tim emidust of the yunr."
• From the - windows of our sanctum. the tiow
stretches over no beautiful IClautko,pe the'
eye of - moil over rested . upnii, nnenit through
the post summer, hove wh:gozed with pride'
and pleasure r over our beautiful valley: shut in
by long ranges of mountains. "bosomed high
hr.-tufted trees,". with her fields of waving
her hills goy with, fresh verdure, her- ,
decked . with a profusion of -.blossoms.
her rippling streams-fringed with-wild- flower:v .-
nud her dark green woods rich' in,enehunting I
be,uty, and' filled. with the merry minstrelsy
of summer. •
.__.l , lo7,Ato.w_chnnged-the-sconellitnd-yet. : 1197-
.IKinutiful the mufiy-colored glories of fa
ding year 1. pie dusky green of summer gives
place to brighter tints, and the .Inti;lseape
owkwiill gold and orange . and purple. Ere'
long, the hues of Autumn will- fade and 'the
withered 'leaf, freed from 'the -parent stein,
Will fall silently to the earth, or be whirled
into - feilgetfulnesa - on the Wings . of some 'pees
- ing breeze. Thus evir ; "the
faileth," and We
' fall with the' failing leaf; yet cheered by'the
a•surance that .4... though •a rn in die yet shall
be lice again," and this ritiithow of jiton.ise
will never: fade away.
We 'close theca reflections by introducing
the followitilg beautiful nod appropyinte,lines,
written by .Win. II C. Hosiner, entitled, "Fare ,
well to Sunimer." '
Farewell! thy Inerni.is on the wane,
Thy last bright day he near its elnse;.
rosy- lips that thirst ler
Heaver) net a tirnp.llest,iws; ' , -
%,..1 The cricket, Summer, sounds thy knell—
Queenor,,,,.,lns: tare thee riell.•
The Ilas;•ers ihAt wrttlied thy beanteouis head
Droop. pale and withered. on thy brow,
The !Wit that made thy Morning red
pipe lyrn. ." - aihrd
To Suinmer and her joys farevco.
Gone is thy belt nr naubow
Stnrriot wlGt tpoAkor..trops ofthenhowdrs;
And lartle of toohnnted greeO
"DobroblerO,l o'er with flowers:
The gohlen.wand of svnlitll7.ll!:frx:ll
In Jim and ',mike. non—:farewell. "
There ;IN eciunnuer of the hiart
Tint hAth itc Ilif.Ornilli ruling here;
Pelizhts OA!, unrmed its Cor l . dep.rt';
Ilre groan dull etnd Atrenr,
And t.idder, than , the (walla high
lione Arllpers to the soul—fsreliell.
—We !Brea the "attention of ?tininess . men
who are looking about for new locations. to I
, tkie . ntivertisement of - James flnmiltnn,l eq.,
who offers for rout, two store rooms onti
dwelling. which he has recently er.l on the I
corner of High end Pitt streets. The stores
• are of good size, and the situation one of the
'moat elligildo in town for any kind of business.
Bentz & liro.. give notice that they ore
selling off nt a' great redlietion in price, has
log just received lOrge additions to their stock.
Ogilby is also in the field with anew stock
of goods, which lie offers nt panic pikes."
Adam Sensemun, Trustee, will offer at
public Ent e, the Real Estate of Satn - uel
son, dec'd., on Friday the 30th of November.
A. L. Sponsler, Esq., .I . ias remor . e.l Ids Real
Estate Agency, to his new office one 'door
_west of the-RailrOntl-Depot: •
Mrs. Neff,' will open to-day, a new and •
. gold assortment of bonnets. laces, sod dress
goods, suitable Tor the fall season. will
be 'good news 40 the ladies whojiare'',‘ziatli
. ing tolwear."
Shryock, Taylor '& Smith, ativerti.e New
Book's, &0., and Robert Moore, gives notice
that he has the hooks and nccounts'of 301.10
O. Williams in his hands for settlement.
GARDNER & • Co.'s SASH . FACTORY.--:
So completely has Carlisle been behind the
age that until the last.summer, there was no
establishment in the borough for the manir
facture of window and door frames, sti;th,
by machinery. 'A factory for such work, was
however, opened 'during the post summer in
connexion with the Foundry, of Messrs. F.
-Gartner & Co., on Main Street, and at the
late County Fair, we had some beautiful illus
trations of their shill in nuteltine-woiktd
doors and sosh. The articles exhibited, by
this film, comprised a door with. moulded pan
nels, two nights of gothic sash, a liar of vett
lion blintters,,tind it variety of wood mould
ings: These articles at rooted no littli attert- -
lion and were subjects of general atindrati o n_
and praise. The door min n novelty in its
and we are informed that its putting,to- ,
zether comprised no Tess than three hurdle'
and nine iiee .e s of moulding, p. It is due to
him to rude, that this doer is the work of
Mr. ALI:NA:awn YPAGF.II, 'the foreman of the
establishment, to whose skid and taste it cer-
Attittly does high credit.. The other nrticles
ga . ve anificietit 'evitlehee that Messrs. Gardner
& Co., make it a point to' employ good work
men and •secure a high reputation for-their
Forsn DEAD.— John Reed, R native, and
for.many'years a resident, of Cari i it4e, was
found dead. on Weans:rainy last, oh the farm
of William Conner near Shepherdstown. From
the_position-of_tne-tstaly- %brit he my diScor
ered, it was evident that Isis death was sudden
and, from natural causes. At inquest was
held, by John 13. Cos4er Eq. , and the jury
made a return, in necordane with the facts.
Mr 14(0 had Mh/we'd the hithines of a ped
!ftr for4ioy years iu this 'county. and hail a
conshiortiNo auto of money about lola
'when he died. Ilia moult.. wen? .broughi. to
town by*bis reloticei;loil, 'buried ou
Saff7The Cumberland Valley Railroad Co.
has declared a dividend of four per cent: on
preferred' stock, and two per cent. on com
mon stock for the six months ending let of
October. This company-has avoided floating.
'debt, stodgier total capital stock and funded,
debt is nolfbut - abbot seventeen thousand,
dollars greater than in K 2, 'whilst .duriug
that period her reciii6 have itioretundAolXl
41143;000 0.41188,000 per annum.
- SALE oP,REA •EsrArr f .—tThe !IxteriL
i;iv'a sole of Real Eitittle; fitiveitidd by Nit:ears.
A. nod 'lt. Noble, took pipet; on the 22d inof. ,
N0..1, a trnot containing 8103torea, about two
miles iuom town. woo divided into ihree Nemo
of nearly equal size. Cleo. W 'Sbeafter. 1)C;11Filt
9,De at $0.25 . per nere„;unimproved ; dion. L.
Todd, one at $B6 per acre; unimproved ;.and
the-third.rwiiirthe4ntßioveateiitir, — Wati — arriieic
downtO J. Broviet Parker, Eel., at $Bl PF ;
The "enmeronParm."..wns Sold to Mr.
Horn, of this county, at.s6o 5Q per sore.
' , The thee 'clown as the " Tovio_Pitryt,!! was
at $4.50 Per acre.
The ositiOiile, Paria;".helow Middlesex, otos
solti Joby Miller, at $Bl per acre. Part of
Ohl tract is slate lend.
A small UT:it of abOut four nereqi, pent. the
and Mohler, at $63, A field of 20.'aeres bli
the Waggoner's Gap Rand, was tioldito Robert
Given, at $75. ,Sei , eral tradts of woodland,
brought an aiitragn of $93 per acre.
A x...OINRAGE.,-- 7 .Yesteray afternoon
tts the cars were about to leave Chittabershurg
tor Ilarrisburg,two sons of Chamber McKibben
. entered the car from opposite endiarmed with
revolsets, and . commenced firing over the
heads of the pissengers at it Mr. Craig, of
Pitisburgh,who wits.sended in the car. Eight
ken idiots were fired at Mr. Craig, only two
of which :took effect. Mr. .Criiig returned
the tire, but we. believe without hitting his
lisnnilants ; o'ne . side of the oar was riddled by
.shol._:.--.Mr..-Crnig-thoughseverely - injured With
able to reach ShipPentiburg, where he re
mains under the care of a Physician.. .
The fend between , the Messrs
antd_theirbroth er_.in law. Graig,...is. - ;_tif2..ioUg_
standing; and we linie no desire to invade the
sanctity of iiiivnto by detailing dm. origin
but we think thes'e gentlemen should be taught
,'that a crowded ear is not the place to practise
target_shooting. It is n• wonder 111/1E more of
the passengers were not' killed or wounded.. -1
..M.Our renders Fill _observe_ that J.
.01oniaeker erlibratid_Piano- man ,
ofacti l irOrs of openedrit stn
of ilatroments in Mrs. -nrubts room near the
The bigh, l 'alnirneter which this escatill'alt
tnent,enantioa, for tine toned Pinnort,' (efrerett
auto gnnratttee to pureltaseracall and ex
.mine them' y.
,11-q.?" We . regret, to learn that - • Dr. J.
Emory Day, sln fDr Ira Day, of 'Mechanics.
harg, , died on iho"lsth Inbt.• after a short ill
ness. 'He hail Sinit entered a profes . sion;ith
fair prospecia of a life of usefulness, surround
ed by all thaw • associations "Which make lifo
desirable, when lie was'suddenly called azoy;
leaving a largo circle of friendta'cleploreNds
fir oaf( flifl
AMERICAN EI,DQVFNU, A COLLECTION Or
SPEERD EN AND Attun.pars, by the most emi •
vent Orators of ;America; with Biographical
:Retches and 11lostrative - Notes,' by FRANK
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E Lovers of American literature, 'end - those
desirous of ?eying Moimments erected to.the
memory of the founders Of our Prau , Prepjblic,
will rejoicrtitrhe appearance of this . ivork.-- ,
Onr librarieS, both public - twit Private, lutio
16iirk - ftilT tlw want..of.it, and now, since the
publi.hera !nice brought it out in a style suit
able to ilie•lllustricus subjects, We 'hope-it
may „meet with that buccess which It richly
The plan and scope of the work is en well
set forth in the preface, .thnt we could not du
better.thnn quote it:
. 4, The design of the present work, is to for
nishot,convenieut and pnpulnr library edition
of the most. celebrated speeches and addresses,
'forensic and parliamentary, of the principal
tr.itors• awl statesmen. of America. It . con.
twins ninny which hare noes before been in
eluded in any collection; and therefore, inac
cessible to the student and general reader.—
As for as attainable, specimens of the elo
quence of the Continental Congress have been
given, which - fully_ illustratePthe principles
a ny_the_sufferings-of- t t i en
my perm!: - Mali: entire speeches from the
debate; in Congress, slime the year 1789, un
der the present nrinnizatien of the Govern
ment, will aloo k Le found in this work. &lee
liens from the earnest and able disenositins.in
the State Conventions, 'dr the principles in
volved in the adoption of the Federal Cunnti
tniion, also form n.cousiderable portion of the
work ; and thus render it 111(1111.1C no 11 means
of ,t l cydriog an Ilthlryntam p lig of- - that itopOr
The biographical sketches preceding the
selections trom the works of euch orator, ore
intended to pret;ent/it•brief outline of their
lives and public services.. The analytical in
dex attachi - t,ithe work may render it-gene
rally 'useful as n book of reference."
That's what the preface says about the con
tents of this admirable work, and it give's . the
reader an 'excellent and .correct idea Os far as
it goe.; but it says nothing of the magnifi
cent steel engravings tvhieh adorn its pages
They, of theMii.AVes, ore worth more than the
price of the work. The first volntrie'commen
co with James and the second one closes
with Seitrgent S. Prentiss. All the interme
diates ..drent lightB7 having is place sundbeing
duly coniddered.: Of many of them, steel en
graved-likenesses are given,- such us ApplAn
Co., only know how to get Up. • '
This excellent work is sold exclusively by
subscription,• and soy one wishing to tee:
himself to o. dopy, need only N upon
Stasook Taylor & Smith, wh re sole agents
for the counties !..!„..--I — Flanklin, Fulton, end.
Cumberland,—ofd for subscription
book tib!lilted by U. ApPleCii '&. Co.
°HAIM)! FOR. NI/VE:3IIIEIi, is adorned with n
superb colored fashion' plate, and is filled with
interesting and spicy ahieles Vmter tlitlaup
pervision or its' present Mile Editor, CuAtits.4l
G. LELAND, E-q , Gun Mint has been wonder
fully resuscitate 1, npd iu our opinion,lt now
exceeds in excellence nor period of its exis
tence "E liter's Easy' Talk". always COD
rich' harvest , st' good and is.a
certain cure"for the . W7)rst .typo of. the blues.
Whoever reads "t3roliaM's E.tsy Talk," has
:14.bluct Mondays. Tlni present number. con: ,
tainit'an able amide on that long mooted and,
much,rexed question, Whiistruek Billy Put-
priitnitio great iinproveinentii
fordBsB. They promise ilix,ty colored plates,
health's other engravings., A 150... nn original
i stoly called " Tbeliing's Love," by J. J.
BRED, an original poem by G,„4.,,80rata, and
ttLovikand Luxury " by ?drstdr. — C.` !lunar.
jay way of keail;tus, they will eeud•to every
three dollar subscrib. r, sv t r linut charge, a
copy of each of. the beautiful, portraits, in oil
Oolore, of then. Washhigton-aud Henry. °lay.
phia, Pa., and eacloco three dollare,
at Piper's, and be served at 25 cents per awn
: NEyi MUSIC, FRESH FROM OLIVER DITSON
C0., - of Boston. '•
" llHindi' Punch'" as perftirmed.by the Gerz
mnn Musical Seeley. composed and arranged
for the plum), by Carl Zarralte, Prof. This
is quite nn attrainive piece, has 'a brilliant
stylo v ,is tolerably easy, and is well sustained.
Waltz,'"_l,compoeed . -by Iluridel
"polden Woolirb Wlnitz,' : eomposed. for the
piano by L 0 Emerson. This Like the: pi;e•- •
6eding:pieoe is brillionti - not diffieuit of execu
tion, and neelle on.y;to be.tried to-charm.,
!' Ferie'e IllidnightWalv„'..eotaposed_atel, 2 l .
arranged for llle — Pielia by Nathan," and
dedicated to Caroline. This piece is like its
name dreamy and beautiful In - it are intro
duced-the airs "Oft in the Stilly Night," and
"Bet°ld bow - hrigittly breaks the morning." '
it--Priate---llburre'r-fttrickarttr• — TfiTtriTlT-Sin
."-Itlelodi s of- the Day," composed and ar
range by Ohas - . GFobe, a simple piece, and -- .
milt d 'to Young performers: ,
"The Dearest, Spot of Barth," with. varia
tions, by Henry Tucker. The tilt° of this •
piece has been a favorite ' with. th Addle for .
some tittle, end with these brillient.and beetle'
tiful variations it is rendered doubly charm-
ing.. It is a litqdillioult ! but aroplyirepays ._,..'_:.
the study, laid can easily bo mastered by me-
"La Barcarolle," theme by C, 'Von Weber, .
arranged by James Cs Barrett.. iTbia . is ono
of Weber's finest : themes, and of coat/10110-
' longs to the higher order of music: . An ez• .
cellent practice pjece.
.7 .'t'..BM - tuy , Blink Boltottleelt," &imposed , by. ...
11. A. Pond. A piece attractive in its style,
and not too difficult for ordinal players. For
gale by. Shryclek, Taylor R . r.' Smith. "
rigY Fo . firislirv - E17171, - IP before ue, wirh
an unusunl amount of interesting things,—
G'odey has cortninly sirpnsWeik_ any o r pn; l •
hlBllO in this .nutitlier, , and it must ho put down
ns the.Lelle of - thasenson. Tho'steel ongrav
inz of the "Ginverness,'! is Aperb. The On.
1- fored fashion plate is Atm fine, and Ow wood
h:-Theirendounntter is of n superior,'quality,
and ,Go,ley,- has got - nut a
Magnificent Lally'Sl:ao..k. Air NOvember. lie -
'says his .whole . ottjetii , in to 'plerise the Indieet, , t' -
~nd if this natnyedon't do it, he had better ,
. givo up. For 1858. lie pr noises anow story •
•from ALICE B. lIAVEN, culled" Margaret's
Home, or the Story of a Household," tO be'
through the year. So our fair
friend:4llnd -better commence with the Jena- -
try number: lerms . :' . 0110 01;y,
copit.s,'ss ;. three copies, Bti. Piper lias' it
.at.:,45 cents per-number: - -
M'tln. STP: NI ENS' L ATED igr.w
for N•ryoutber, in on our table, and, is - a
.noble looking book, 'The print in large. paper
heavy and white, pogeti:rif dim 'largest octavo
.oize, and the engAvings on a liberal
Thitt ban been] ktel
dies! tri”isary of Fashions,-Needle Work ; nod
ijoulould_Ee.,notay.." The rending matter - '
cooi . prises t:neelent tales—ens:lr and 'poetic)
gems. The Dlitrens givei eitaptei- of her
tine sidry,.., , fhe Itoyol Slaters..? This in ono
"pahlteations extant:Abe, price
being only - 15 -- ceuts" per tflMl3)er, 50 per
yet ; and to clubs of 'reh 'it is furnished nt
*I Addrris Stepheof;'' Monthli,"
133 N'asenu St., N. T. , or dill iu nt Pipers',
ARTIIVR'S 110315 MAGAZINE, for November,
eotnes_graced_"tis ,usual—wi rn steel 9 / 1 -•
graving and ixquinlie eolore4.fashion plate,
besides its usual_ittnoniit of patterns, draw
hip and deAgtrs,--ititere,ting to. Igninis7
this number VIRGINIA F.TowssiNn's celebra
ted story, Look Out," is concluded. J. Srnna
1104I,AWAY, gives No. V, of "Our New Liter
ati;" and Grime C. Snort, fills the "Toilet • •
and Wrork,Table" with '• fashions for Noveta
her," in his usual esbellent style. Of the two •
dollar Magazines Arthur's certainly stands in
the first rank. There - is tone and character ,
about it, and it is rapidly winning favor with
To 6e had at Piper's at cents per num
ber, or address T. S Arthur Ft Co , 103 Wal
nut St., Philidielphia, and get it—one copy
$2; four copies
Ttte Merchants' and Dt an tifftet urara ,
--S'rliaciOrl - lhaeLorMars.—A benclr-wrirrant—
was heard to-day, issued at the instance of
Mr:- Scott, President of the Merchants' and "
Nl,lllllfacturers` Bank, against James and lier
.calus O'Connor, Brokers of the firni'of
ner, Brother & Co.. Charging them with ob
taining fraudulently, and by the complicity of
the .book keeper-of the hank, $185,000
.O'Conner in his .clefence j made grave
tions-againet the batik, denying the indebted
ness of the firm, and claiming to be the agents
of the batik for the purpose of drawing specie
front .the oilier banks on their notes to ieplen
ish Ifs - vaults ; that large amounts of the
notes of distant banks of a less denomination
than fire dollars„and also
. 9onuterfeit money,
were drawn Irem the bank on their checks ;
that .their dealings with the batik since Feb
ruarrila,t have atm - Muted to over three mil.
lions, a large portbm of which was not on the
private accuthil of the firm; that the respond 7
'ents 'in vain attempted to effect ti settlement -
1 with the bunk, hod had placed securities in ..
the hands of a 'disinterested party to cover
Further invosiidation was waived for the
' ptearuf, 311.4 , 511.. , °Twiner having' elude - on
Not witlikanding tlibs<riereloPmelits the
'notes of the ILt k still talii.o by the other
tika_io-piriment of notes due them, nod also
e public, It is unit' that its .atoolc will
/not. be depreciated.
• Military Court Martial..
HeadquarleralJrpurtment of the West.
• SEPTEAI4EIt 22, 1857. -
A general Court Martial is liereby.appoin
ted to meet at Fort Leaventrotth, (K: T f on
the first day' of November next. or as noon
thereoPer as practicable, for the trial of Col.;
Kilwin V Sumner, First Regiment of Cavalry.
and such other officers'as"mny be brought he..
Bvt. Brig. Gen. William S. Harney,. Colonel
Mt. Cot. C. A. May, 111apir 21 Dragoon...
Itvt. Col. .1. Monroe, Lt. Cal. 4th Artillery.
Cal. IF %Wheel'. lib liilaniry. •
CuL F.'Lee; Yd Infantry. „.. .
Brt.•Lt. CuL W. Huffman, Major 6th .fisfattl ,
Brt. Le. Col H. Brooks, Cuptain,2d Artil.
Bet. Lt. Col. M. Burke, Nlnfor 21 Artillery
. Pieittiru Alorrieon. ith .latitntley.
Lt. 0 , 1. G. Andrews :60i littetttry, • '
,Lt. Col. 0.011 Cresecuttu, Deputy Quarter.;
Bvf: Maj. G. D. Ramsey, Captain Ovinanca
Bvt. Mvj. LI. J. Bunt, Captain `2d Artillery.
Judge Advocate—Copt. W. F,_Borry, :hi Ar
By order of Bet, Mel. Geti;P. F. Smith.
_ . Ittottnau C. DIMIC
. Lieut. and Aid de . Comp, Aeq . A. A. G.
MOTICE.—The books and accounts
L.l o(.1. 0. Witham', are In . thu band. of the sub
scribor„norsone Indebted will please call soon at the
storeroom on lb ostalgh street and audio payment.
det, as, ten, • • - • •