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Thu ay, May 13, 1341.. ' _
'OR GOVERNOR, , -
FRANCIS R. SHUNK,
FOR COAL COMMISSIONER,
MORRIS MAGSTRETH, -
OF OoNrcommiir COUNTY,
ar We tr4st quifrieindsW'ill remember our
pro posals for eftending the circulation 'ef this:
paper during Pe campaign. Fifty
.very small surf indeed—who caunot raise it at:
any moment secure it - forfive and a hal
months. Willteur friends. all of them, interest:
themselves in OM effort ; and give-us a," thntri- -
ping" list ? ‘d along your half dollar; of
ther in a "c1ulk:1 or . singly, and We promise to
satisfy yord , --foi it.
Among the test brilliant aeldevments oc'eur
arms since the I* nmeneement of the wary. is reek-i
aneil that of 84rameeto. the official neritit
which is given another page. The gallant
Thmirti AN andillis brave command have earned
lawrelq, whics even ,in a time when victories,'
g lo r ious vietorks, are "everytdayeceuriehees,"
and valor less thought of and appreciated than
ordinarily, givi: them a fame as brilliant as their
,leeilq and as ignperishable as the universe.—
Their-A elebriti is every where .acknowledged•
Nine hundred pen, encountering an enemy of
inre than ftlr thousand upon :well-fortified
luronml n 2 thei . e own elidOsitie, and overWheitn
then: in suet inglurions ilCeat, with a loss
of oar man oli defies a paiallel in the annals
lof war. • Wh4: rejoicing ever the ,vanquish-:
Jo ~ a t of eowar* Santa Anna, let us ; trot for
r i to h.Jnor Attl , bi-ave 3lisionriatS ;4m have
Ipurne our arms in such brilliant triumph in tin.
far-off regi , us if New Mesiro and California.
••• Ootticy IFlCAtiry I*"
If thi' M,.4an tray.is nnt terminated soon.
We shall be 4rter getting . ' the head to thii
article stcreotked, to save . labor. Why there
nothing but .42 Victory !" "Victor 3! n".
t.ry : whei we hear from our army, and we
don't expect tire will be while there remains
!4 hostile Mexan between the tropieS : To
di y we chro:itifa anillierfbrilliant triurnidi tof I
tae southern ling of our army, and the cam-
plete defeat 24-the wooden-legged hraegart,
S-Lota Anna, and all his forces ; under eireunt-
,(aoces which lied a new lustre epon the gin- 1
r, of our trop, as enduring 3 111:Ft(Trity. i
But the reAcr u ill as.,l :. " Will O t is' put an
rual I.l+ 1L„ wartr ' Mere ,
you have us.—
11" e can no mfrs - answer this question than
von. Were aily other nation on the globe our
a•ita-iinist instit.' , atl ofllex*.antisttstained the
:aim inoTori4 tletiats, ire conlil answer at
niter , . . But tl4 singular and purblind obstina
cv with, whic hOesc hall-eivilied Mexicans re
,l.; alLevartnis of:peace. ut so extraordmar3 .
that e'vena pridictiou* - , hazardens. ' We tho't ;
soon co eto their senses when
f lat they wouP
N e ,th\
worsted at Buiina Irish, anti then again' at Ire
ra ('rur.., buti' this we were diS4po.4/tICCI.
Vet bow th tr
ey nionger-hdld out is 'poser to'
all. Ilewevee4let the result be as it may, the
course of our aimy is "onward'? until a peace is
' e .nquered ever) thotigh all of . Mexico is over- .
run. 4 (T'en. st a. as we learn by the late ad
yiees.was pre4ing on with vigor toward the
capitol, and liA dottbOess ere, this. raised the
" stars and st4 . es" °ter the renowned "Halls
of the Itionte4mas." .But whether this trill
, ulolue the ititatuated Mexicans, or whether
there, in the distracted State of aair;.4 kith
t'ie President t Santa Anna) ia : theeltappnral,
he can arrattg4 the prehmioatiosef peseei. axe
problems not. t6ilksolved: \ This much, bow
ever. we will i', venture to say, vii : we should
not be surprisd if the next advices from the
elty of 3lexieo,hrought overtures of peace, and
the soldiers of our army were soon permitted
to return to envoy the fruitiori of' their 'glory in
their native. lina The desire for this may
make is too 4nfident, but such iiour i opin
ion. which the i powurdly conduct of SatifaAnna
and his forcet in this- last: engagement, has
contributedtied a little to fvrm.
FOr the' 4 'lilues. 9l - .,
If any of o* readers are -.troubled 'with, the
"blues',” we, , ,,ouldadviSe4hetn by all means
to get a copylitf tin..itsf*ideral organ of this
place and nit to it whenever, thus afflicted.
So ludicrous" dish of " twiadfo"we , have pot
seen ultn4e - ti k" ,for many . a daitetnre, , I.3ut
its awkwnti I wriggling" . to . .get itself and
party out of 4 responsibilty of electing l'O l n,s
Trsan Presicte.nt, sod eonsequeutlief,cflilet
ing the annex4tion of Texas, about whieli it
keeps up ancfr, an incessant, yet is silly bey4nd
All - parsila• qhe same sztliy..l*.„4,i4 ,of it!! *l.!
tempt. to 'stall the lirery.of the court ofiteiv-
eti to serve, tit) .d. 7 -I in," dr. in .otlier:ii.L.o4lB,
its bland • ' ....
,ellOrts to gji out of ttis ' i'eatr
al garment , • iiiio a'Derncieriatioe, Here
is a passage Obi, diewie:vinote'atoitiiretaitiP i '
" The meeqpretaineo of the "I*f:4o4g - ie.
now left in 4lik - ii*ationg the chief tam
d the prisenitabniabitriatiOn who broughtio.-'-
' tbia itali c , whk Dent
tbe•he*:ortrats there ltie
living. r,..a4n ... ,g thous`". AlsapiarOii' &oh
of the annou ., of.. , T4.a'Silitid of the War
which-Owl, ':**rnert_tbe - 001444- Would 'be ite
t . ..'i.
.., I rEiere
t j . - .
.2 jrthat4ekaltOtli:ivc Ottille
"-ager:' - heft„, joul.enee',44 ballerdas' li:eo3 S ' Lli.
Comment is 401ets. • ' • !7-. - •-• , . 1
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riiire44isiii - 4 : 211::4:0': ;us — .
1 VO - ais ptr. , oats! rizefferts to . . out
.the Federal Prgareortbi; lohioe- - iw the . feu,'
o f corixi - ati . 7 . o" . iiiii*sr4T. - pis t week is e-dr
t&-"ltlla't "tiiiii ' l ' - rf ilial'bi
1., 43 PP., . • 9T- , , ~,, ,u,kall,„ ,Ya 4:5,, i t,
Ingbonsiderable:zesiV awl quite,xtlivo ion ft;
, if as . toms , Was . not r ivied
*l* about a% 00 1 ' 11 eieretice, 'as the ,e nter
'tench: • Wp.ootrenaibis exhibition o
age; boWeroiVi:nek wo' 424, - despise the cause
lii:""triehlt: is-e c i; aged. . _
..-- The controversy; it: 'has doubtleitheriii oh
s4rki,t 'fir.liOuilfilliiil.iit.o by, our n'Oiglibi pt in
. the Banking system and - the Mufti
plietition'ef Banks;: Pas teen gradually-diver
ging until it IniS finally Been drawn by hit i rt into
one general- gnettion"of the-public •ben l efit of
etirperattinit.:•AliS effort fait' Week a`aithainl •
devotod,to areiterition of this point, elicited, ,
no : doubt,-lby 'the few:Oneres
. Which ' Nr4 ' Pro- i
powided to hini . trio We:elcs ago. But pow a
perrunt.of our neighbor's sagacity and pntilence„ . l
could be led . -te••a*o* iirteP • a proposition, viz:
4 . 4i.•&j riciiiiii3 o:Atileies:the inevitable result ,
, , ...
,-of whichis-to ,- inultiply capital inordiriartly in
the hands of it te • 4 it .the expense of the 'any,
ris mote than we
.can comprehend. .-- Yes such j
wand to-be the fact. I • 1
Funtte BEiiEFT+ OF COIL POR ' AT lON St—l-what
a paradox ! What, greater benefit to the com-
triunity is a corporate body than a co-Partner
ship?. li'lla't Is the difftrence between item ?
• Bina), we answer, chiefly that in a co-pattner 7 l
skip, the members of . the' company are each
individually as well.as collectively respopsible
for the payment of its honest debts---i-bat in a
cnnion Arlo's TREY. ARE SOT T . Is. this ex,
emption from liabilities, this privilege oflstrin- , .;
dling their creditors, which' corprate Powers
Confer upon them, of a "public benefit r--1
Then are bankrupt laws, and a 'multittide of;
other enactments equally as repugnant to corn- ,
Om justice and common sense, "public :bone-
fits." We are sorry our neighbor did not
-condescend to explain how--sneh speeitil privi-
'egos, ai will enable a few scheming members
of a corporation to defraud their-creditors with
' ithpiinity, can.be considered a "public benefit." 1
But perhaps this is in reserte for a future num
ber .: • . , 4 I
Out eighb.or, it is true, reerred to aa' great
'Many cases where corporate powers have been
_ranted, andth a number of counties in which
the monied nabobs have availed themselves of
these exemption privileges by the looseness of
Federal legislation ; but in all we do not find a
single public -benefit. named which -might not ,
hare been secured Ivy . ..a copartnership. , Let
as take one for au example. He cites the
Conestoga Steam Mills Manufacturing compa
ny, of Lancaster, but what does be 'prove by
it? Does:be even:attempt- to- show that the
public would be any more benefited if that
company.yvere imorporated, than now, when it
is simply a co-partnership, the individual mem
of which ar4 liable fur all Of the debts of
the company ? Certainly not. lie "nerdy
cites it because we had called- his attention to
it'; and without attempting to enlighten us up
.on subject; mod'estly intimates that. our
tineStions were ratherimpertinent for Montrose
editors, and gursses the petitioners (the stock
holders and their dependents) know the bene
fit, which is enough.- Astornling f !-
. Ilut here is an argument taken from his late
corPorption eulogy, width caps the Climax in
real earnest : z..., i'-'..r.4
• Corporate powers are "to enable the many
eie ens of small capital to associate it so as to
cotpete with monopolies of the feu individu
f ' '
als itf immense capital: l i driefr preterit, ig to prove the charge on Gen.
15 our neighbor, [from the
What-A ridiculous blunder ! Our neighbor ri.,,,,
emocrahc- C'nion,] and it will be seen that
hasicertainly "saddled .the wrong horse" this' 14, does not give any vote of his directly touch
tim. . Who, are they, let us enquire, that are ing Tea and Coffee at all." •
conatantly knocking at the doors of legislation ill That this assertion is literally false our read
for special privileges? Are they the Men of 40 well know. But we will take our neigh
snicapital, as our cotemporaryAvers-,? Or ter's statement, for argument's sake, and what
are 'they not the monied nabobs, the.Appletons, apes it prove? ' Why, that this valiant! knight
Lavi^ences,Biddle s s, Stevens, and:,...i744 our of Federalism ? this inveterate opposer of a tar
Lana ? . Why, the Veriest tyro can tell you 1* Tea and Coffee, "dodged" the vote upon
better that, the Register )man has !, ':EYeryithe Veition "directly touching" the subject at
body knows that it is your men. of wealth, not! Oi t sue 1 ' Yes, General James Irvin, the emboli
ybur men of small capital, who at'elneessantly 't(inent of Federalism in Pennsylvania, although
begghig,to he made a corporate body, a sort of I I ", tis name is found recorded in the list of ayes
Mining or manufacturing leviathan, ready and 4ild nays upon the questions next preceding
able to crush down or swallow Up at any ma- and next after • the one "directly touching" Tea
nt.nt, every thing that 'ventures into cramped- Oa C o ffqa, yet, strange to say ; as uneompre-
Lion with it. • Yes, these are the men who arelOising as was his vaunted opposition, upon
it a llpsi4y, -coveting special privileges, priVihrs 1 that direct question 11E REFtSEI) TO
rill'nl , double their espital, fictitiously as by VOTE AT ALL I Tell it not in (lath ! 14 - --
magic, and exempt Wein from every liability or Understanding men will view all efforts to "fog
restraint i This fact is clear, beyond ..4 3 1)Pte- , user' and vindicate such a course, with a smile
flut j ive are extending ' our remarks heynndlg-honest men; whether rich or poor, will spurn
What we intended, And we will therefore dis- the trucklingldemagogue, who thuls deserted
niiinfthe subject for the present by • directing } th e ir rights,, with .the bitterest etintempt.t-- .
the'Attentimr, of•sosr'ctrtempoptry to t
I he follow- i dur neighbor's admission being true, this att
big propositiOns: - ' N it not a whit hetter than it. vote in favor of such
1. Will our neig*ifte so good as to inferm,4 tax. We certainly commisserate our friend's.
us the "public beneyte:4,na incorporate body,ltrosition, for the facts, no less than his own'
width might not have *§A ~equally. as ; well se : - tewkward defence, prove him sensible to the ei
cuietl,by . individuzil- or eapartnership , enter- fkeme difficidtytof the task he has undertaken.
i r i s() it ~ - ' ~.---- -:. ': --
.. 1 , p We now conclude our article by propound
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Is exemption,from hability,to pay honest kg to the.. ,4;tegister thejollowing qtteslions,
debts that qtenefiCto the public y"' ' , fix :
' 3. , In what - wi` L yisttle-iniblic ber, lo 4tedhY il 1. Will that paper deity that the Tariff hill
this coiistant liability to he' defrauded ? / • Which was passed in July,. 1842,, and after
, . :.*,'.'-' . .4;:not , this "public benefit," afto4,ll) yards vetoed hy'the President, imposed a tax
isitthative benefit. to the, we t abTt of tritaPit*- Oren Tea and cidfee? ''
tatto,. .... , ..V;-,A- i- ~; IN ill,tt, deny that,,,although- Gen. James
i ,. .' We have ether querettlef'prOlia*, `" but .these vin' knew:the fact , affinned in' the preceding
1i01,.!; 1 1 1 , , c4'_
•fliii ' . j. 7 0.0c,..,3y4? - Ijoo,j'i9.iii
,`-; eigan.lireOltquebine . the . iintitidn, -ji ;
,y,ill.conSue.hinuTelfto the 'points n a g- tila an amendment to .the tenth-section,. Whit+
gefited;?,4!tudtepni,oo:iiiinfot*O#l7' impose(' to' strike out ar ea and CoOce; he ao.i.
W.fqio4o.-. ii it4e::ais c umslo" ',')i,,is. prutrsict- :kept 00..qiiesac;ii entirely . .
,- -; .. ~ •
o,.ireAiit get:tare . fully ;Into the details iill,;i:i.it
r ,, . 1. Mit, pretend i thaty,, thy; act (dodging)l
faOikrti4 il4iiiiWeinieti 6f, 0r,.6i..i, 0 -i0t..44.r.0.r. idly, bettor' than ' against tu *
o 04. 7
after.3,sz4',Ti" , V.ljUi . ~,
~.,...lii, 3: :# ii went? 1 ., ..,„, .. ; --, • -.1 -
46iiit is *ol'o *at -illicisthel4ll6 - 9! l # 41.4f r iait4044thskttspen that; final Tiamdr,ci
o;cirigGloriini:ihe;,_Nesieislistezaio , , , t; 7iiii* ofi Abe bill 'thro‘ i st the Mouse; Mr; Irvin v oted.
k f 1F14: 9 4 7 : 4- ?•* 54 ,
f h I)Alekr aid i ' i t.? irke T-0: "o#7fr4ilkwiY settle
inkinintalin4i . 44il-1k..41 . 4-,,..„‘i1i1i am. 6:llispute it t ionce, and we : Urge them upon
r u m ar r yal l ig - tl i tLectii r s"..ean produce',";. , ` •' 0 r cotemporarS , :'s com=ideration. : When they .
••• . ../
ILlifylard Tea std Coffee.
It seems from tbe Maro c labor .414. imligna
is vcry,--gmeivannoYid , hpthe fact, , :oi rather
re tition, that pen. Irvin, the Federal can:
tffilitetor . oovernor, # voted, while i 4 Congress,
tax Tea and Cdffee. , - can linagine our
neiglilior's catmint!' fortification, aid therefor e otin ei‘^sim indignation,
awkward defence. *- efforts Trove him to
777 _____ His
litilmenlyaensitivo: upon the point, and are $
Wit yet forcible acknowledgment- that such
an act on' the part (If his valorous iron lord, if
proved upon hun' r ill sufficient to aaalliilatc all
chums he may press -for the,suffrages of the
11 . 0p1O Of this county. ' Sib thank ,or . totem- I
Orary mist nincere?y.for this unmiatakahlnad-;
,4ilssion. We supTiose.now all that is tecessa
-4 to do in order t 1 silence his guns, is, to sub- -
spintlite• the charge. This We shall now en
dliavor to do. 1 - . . ,
.. We presume ot i tf neighbor will 'not den
G hat he has already admitted, and. what we
ejin prove,) that Oen. Irvin voted in favor of
the . , Tariff bill of 341y,1842; which was - vetoed
ri President TEE*: We are thus emphatic
14 relation to the bill- in question, bedtime we
perceive a dispos i t ion on the part of . oureotem-
Or-m.)7, in order toescaie the dilemma, to con-
jfiamd the two, vizi the vetoed by the Presi
tient, and the one Subsequently passed and ap-,
proved by him, which was impereeded •on the
vot day of December last, together. We re- i
', !teat, if our ne ighbor does not deny -this, then
, ~ •
.4 think me have him cornered beyond the pos.
oility of an escape. ; Now toi• shah. clearly
that that bill did tax Tea and Coffee, the ful-;
thwng extract from a letter written by the late
lion. A. H. READ, then in Congress, to his
: , 1
constituents; assigning his reasons for opposing'
that bill, are submitted. We quote from the--!
e'rditeteer4- Star; Sept. 15th, 1 - 612. In rela
! t(Oh to the'vetoed bill he says:
:',`:::. 'Tea and coffee, emphatically 'the beverage i
al the poor, arc taxed by this bill to. the a
- ' l ` )- 0 60 .
Mona- of ....,-a • 0 , and as Originally ee
-1 !bitted by a Whig, Committee, it imposed a tax
d $4,500,000." , .
1 4 v . 11
?,i ..r. ~E.S D' 8 statement will not be doubted. t- EXC('SS received nri'der tariff of
Ili fact it is well remembered that no longer a- 1846 over tariff of 1842, in ' '
than last fall he was cited •1. by our neiglibort the first fire mont months,; .s3o,o9l - 74
.are in warehouse a considerable a
s eminent autorty; we cannoebel 1 ieve
a s['mount of goods upon Which duties have not
taist, he will have the temerity to deny the factsbeen paid—which if -paid would swell theLre
altove stated, now. And if not, then lio.M does iceipts very much, sh o wing the favorable effect
[the case stand 'in relation to Gen. Irviii'Svotes . *! of the chance in the tariff.—.V. Y. Bro. PoSt.
Who is it that is guilty of misrepresenting,' of! ~- ,_ --- t -- „, -----„,, —.,.,,,. , ,
'lWqf-t b I aN OM IN ATION .OF I Air LOR.- - 1 BO II asourig- .
e-coining," to use our cotereporary's own el- Lou Union, the organ of the Administration ;
cijquent expression ? Such a ease we are wil- . says : . ' .
fin: gto submit to any tribunal, not doubtiniz, ; • When General Tayhir's principles have been
the result. Ile may quote as many w ashing _ lly developed, if we approve of "his
ful l Consiitutitm and ot the policy in which!
thn letter-writers and Ingersolls to back up his ' the
ko government should be administered,. wel
fOlse positions as' he pleases ; but we forewarn ighall be able to appreciate his claims to the
lom that he will find it no sinecure to impeach ',Presidency. - We shalbweigh them in the best':
• spirit. We are now -uncommitted to any can
the testimony of the individual above glinted.
ldidate, as arc lintelredi and thesands' of fue l .
'llie,"fact we etnslder established beyond caiil, !..
tliat the bill did tax Tea and Coffee, and we l - -7. --- — , :-------L-
d.,an conceive of no other methosl of escape, but' The oice dford.
The ever active Denineracy of BeAford coun,-
tn deny 'die:ply,, thaklrvin voted for that bill ity Inive held a glorious Shtmk and Longstreth d
pan its final passage--a task trivia will 5t.5.e, , t , , ,,,,, ! ,,i, p,
.1-k er as ene 4f the largest ever .heldl
ger "even the .flegister's effrontery and easy L in the County, and sholirs that our brethren in
, the west are alive to their duty and determin
aviracitv, we 4pine. And therefore' the lame
......., ed to perform it. The meeting was addressed
s o our to "plaster over" these
.• by HOD. Jon MANN, General . BOWMAN aml
palpable defects of his Iron lord, are appatentlothers, and from the excellent resolutions read
a glance, needing no greater rebuke thanthe f
, by the last named gentleman, we clip the fol-
mnple facts themselves. !lowing, and hope the same resolution, (or a
'similar one) will be adppted by every County
t- 9 But while remarking again upon this (Ines
annexd meeting in the state '
tion, it may be well to notice the
Resolved, That the federal party in Penn
larertion w h ic h we find in the columns of that Sy lvania, in pretending to advocate the claims
V.sper five weeks ago : .
, my "Let the reader closely examine.tn , e ,I t of Gen. Taylor fur the Presidency, are guilty
of.hypocrisy that Satan himself would be a, ,
Otielr -etendin; "he eh: - 'lli GP' shamed of. Thil 'de 'faction h-
are answered, we , will aitepd-to liis case again
Dhaka to en' 4i:to
The, citizen 4 of - Phil del bia, on Thursda •
la.st, gavo a - plsblie dinner to ,Ccen. I Dixie Cos
111..'who, owing to deelining health; has just.
retuned ' , fiord . .. the; emhmand oftthe Home'
Squadron," in:the Gulf t The &mier is spoken
of if the * eitY patioris sis .o(istignitient
The account of it ocenNes nearly-four ookunns
in the Peassy/vanian. tHen. A. , l2(aistsoza,
Presided; assisted by !Honk Joins M. lit.en
and, THOMAS 31. Print, as Vice Pre.sidents.
Invirea VOTES.4-Wfien Mi. Irvin was
4 mensber.of Congress, he voted for the British
Monster, the Viseal Batik of the:UnZedStates.
- :frleyeted fe;' the Baialtrup,t Law,--.-tuykafter
wards, voted against its.repeal., I .
lie voted against exempting salt fronX-duty.
Ite diodged - the vote. , waking tiugar 'free Of
He voted for a tax on tea and coffee, as the
jounals will show.
He 'voted too, for the grand - fedeml scheme,
MEXICANf WHIGGER4.—A late number of
the New York l Tribune, (March 26,) boasts
that •`the war is openly.'glenounccd b) the mass
040 Whigs." 'This should lie remerubered
m connectien Witb . the fact that the "Diario;"
a leading Mexican paper, published at the cap-
Raba that nation, in •an article encouraging the
Mexicans to persevere in the war, says:
"The sympathies of one entire party in thn.
United States are on ova side, a j nil Apng will
Mexico remember their'patriotisza r . .
Yet this satuTparty;,)s hose entire sympathies
are •ftgainst their own country, in IS4B will ask
The people of, the United States to entrust
them withthe control i•of government affairs.
TILE TARIFFS OF IS4 AND 1846.—Amount
of duties collected at the port of New York un
der the tariff of 1846, from the Ist flay of De
cember, 1846, to' thelst day of May, 1847, 5
months. $7,834,982 '27
Amount coffected during same '
period, fro& Ist December,
1845, to lst'Mav, 18:16, un
tariff of '184 . 2, ; 7; 804 890 53
_..ls vile faction haft no more
notion of nominating this brare,,old warrior for
the Presidency than they have df nominating
the Buck-eye Blacksmith! They have bro't,
up his name, at this time, for the,sole purpose
of hanging. their BANKRUPT, TEA and
COFFEE TAX candidatefor Groyernor; Ja me a
Irrin, to the ikirts of his coat tail; After the
next fall electioruthey rivill drop t i lle'oliP Ger.-
eral like a hotipotatoe,larUl take up their idol
HENRY CLAY'. Is !there any man in Penn
sylvania who can belieye that GO: TaylOr 'Will
reduce himself so low, is to be found acting in
concert with the '.1:1Crll , i:eS of the country in this
,war—those who denounce it as "unjust, un
righteous and damnable," as does the United
1 States Gazette, North 'American - and Inquirer,
I printed in the city of i Banks, and who now
iintifess to be his exclusive frien•
I Resolved, That we will 'makeln
' for next fall's election So as to be prepared for •
a rainy Any—and
w hether it rains
-hails or blows—freeXes or thau's—storms or
calms—we will turn out to the Polls in one
' grand solid column, tinder the Oorions,..ban
ner of SHUNK & LQNGSTRETH, bearing
1 aloft the inscription! " PENNSYLVANIA.
SHALL, &. MUST BE REDEEMED."
Suicide at Italy
A correspondent of the Nana hanian, un-:
.der date of May sth, Writes as &hews :
1 To-darahout one o'idoelt, Jell Partheinore I
drowhed - hiMself in the', big Canal_basin, in the]
i iiiar of the State Oapitiol atid opposite Porter's
Furnace, and for which nO 'tense is assigned—
!he was a Man much addictid to strong drink,
and probably , was - soinewhatintexicated when
Ihe put an end to his - exisOnce— t he is repro-,
sented to have drowned hiMself ' , '.ery , system.
atically—on his way cut lie intdrmed several
persons that it was hied int4tion 1 to do so, but
, they thought the man w jestit,g. _On his
arrival at, the,basia, .he lai hill t; eclat and
vest, upon dui bridge, 't,ook out . is watch and
placed it in his hat, and ,n' j mpett off :the
bridge into the water, Isom e 20-- eet deep ;' he
dkl . this in the , preseice•Viev ral lnen who
were' laboring in the.; ticighliiirli dr but before
they* could redder atniatturfe,.:ll' IWatial d9ad
as he wished .tO • bii. The :4•COr ',.eirti inquest
iris lieldsly, kquire .Iglhiettri the verdict,
as the " itenuzers 7, in yoilr ei y , would say,
!t was accerdi4y.". ' 1:: j`
You -*ill reeo ect , qat th' fi er and'matlV•
er of J Rithebove Suicide * re barbarous=
.ly ailirdired,'oe " morning aiipF.,
their" residenceabout two miles st of Harris
burg. This t iriolkoc t s (61(oli
at the 66e:4141w iti4.lCtille ,0' ,iit.
.umnoo party Or, aorx, a*
I;ard" this year,'pholiliwthe
"tale"in nearly every tdittriet ini the . Stato.'.
.' . B dicukr.o.T44l l # l 4 l 44# l 4federiek Reif'
o iihollidiken.tkaaeijientoliee;nt deatk at
Ilittslinikt,4olinitted inlet& during the4sighi
Of TiiiwidWilisik l ,lteWVl i iiiiiblelus tun
on Vtid a y; k.1i...4 :, -. Ai, rl-r.;-;'.;: iftJ I;L..;:i- : 1
14 out akisite4ii ‘ n his•lefirStus. Asiatic sail
or some other simrtipoidtmlisAbst t mme, Ann as
this in stiopbajAhty_wust4tot ! , speedy enough
4.titketreetNdie ali# ipum:4140.141 means of
a rope made of shreds of 7 , a..ipthem.-
More than `three ! weans': ' ' 660;142 was
Beard 'to say ' that; ..6 ill Thik ; - ",e9niiik' .4 - this
country 6' lliriating-H-peilipkiiiikht 'Wish to see
tho Patelirniii3 hang; tut' ItiMtwOutillie &Sap
pointed. „if you know how to undersfaki me
right, you knot. tisiiii 1 iniets";''' A sleet of
paper traifound in hA'eell, 'ti poi whi ch be had
written the following : •:' '"'' •-' - - i
"Yon need' het . piitt: the Wm' e'ttiiion any body
else. • ,I. do :dot, wsot to ba linng. NI, one
knim:isnytking iq.)an't it,.. *ye l it pines from
but nipalf„ ., ', ) - • :: z `g4 tE Dlt;ticßElDzt-"
The Chwleston Patriot sacs
" Severe, of our • enterprising. ,citizens hate
deteermin to crect ? as, speedily as possible,
machinery for Iliaspinning ; _of :cotioh yarn.—
The stock is taken, and arrangeirtents will be
made to commence it an early , day., No doubt
that in less than Aix: monthi s cotton_yarn spun
in the city of Charleston, will be,arnung-onr ex
ports., This is bui l the commenceuient:--who
can tell where Wwill'.end ;
We bare . lieli4:iriert of
that thoSoutli; 'Ulti'nliitely; 1 4111 become the
great scat of, manntictunca in . . this country;
and we have seen ftatistici Showing the increase
of manufactures in that partiOn of th6linion
within the last
,ten fifteenyears, which Seem
ed to warrant the prediction, _ '
DItEADPUL - SiliPlitECL74ll.. emigrant
Hamburg • ship, while od her tassage to Cana-
da, was loit e 4n the Gulf StieaM, :and dreadful
to - relate, 1 emigrants. and. 'the crew perish
ed. She was called; the Stephonic, Capt. ,Ber
ger, and left Hambprg in Ootober. The.masl
ter and four of the crew - are reported to have
been picked up in an open.boat 14 a sehOoner
froth New Orleans4,l
BY LAST IclGl l / 1 78131M14.- • ,
The Southern , papers reedivedl last'evening
bring a confirmationof the battle of Cerro Gor
do, and furnish some ad:ditionat particulars.—
Our lois in killed and wounded; as waits that
of the enemy, has-been very severe, among the
former of whom'we are pained to name Brig. l
Shields. Maj; Sumner Inns wounded, but
is considered Ont of dang!r: Several members
of the Pennsylvania Regiments were wounded,
one of them mortally. TheeOutitry mourns
the loss Of allthe bravo felloWS Who have fallen
in the pliant deferice of her can*
The Mexican prisoners, been alloived
by Gen. SCOTT, to gicto their honie.s upon pa
role; except :fifteen officers .who -refuied such
conditions and are ,soon to be transferred to: '
the United States. Gen. , Yega is amenithem.
The amount of money taken 'frOni the envoy is
sit down at 570,000. Santa Anna's carriage
has been appropriated to the transportation of
the wounded officers. " ' . ,
News from Gen: TAvlcia.s division to April
sth has been received. Ile is still at Walnut
Springs anxiously awaiting the arrival of the
The Democrats-a Itherle IslanAliave
elected. one of the two Congretistnen. A gain!
Dar In 'lowathe, Tletnoemta elect ed. their eaniliiiates toi.thtlen,inOVory
Attorney at: Lew;—Has removed !his Office to
Turnpike Street, one • doer Egist of B. T.
• Case's ( ffiee, and three izluurs Weist•.of the
Register Printing and.
Montrose, May •13i . 18411 • •
N vv ,r'D
ZlliEiSubsriber ismmtv receiving and qffert
forf alo a new any desira b le stock of
SPRING A SUMMER'GGOOS
at prices which Cannot fail tO be satisfactory. AO
all who desire great bargains. His mock com
prises a full assort neat of,
DRY G00D5,..; ; CROOCERY.
MEDICINES, 14136, -
Dirs-STUrFa, WSlea. •
.1 Izsa. &c.,,,
all-of whisk will beinidAt i unesuallyftnaprices
N. B. No. chargel made for go ibi 600300,
therefore don't kit tkgive Ua ji, put beissre
chading •elseihere. • • - ' Ji'ZiOnst
swim .. 1 :. :, : =„ it •-'
IN exchange folGooda, Egga, l ßeeswax,.Tiw
1 Cloth Flax Butter, Dried _ Apples, -Rap,
Grain, Old Pewter, #elins, acc2le.
, ' , '' ..fl'' — '4:i . . , - j•-/4011*+,::'
A GOOD assutypert of La4lif!l! oboes; alipa,
cheap for cai4 tiy
OODEN PrOte.lnyter - starnot and 1.114.1“;
v Ti Zisai!
OZ Eags.warit'ea' fo
1 : 1 111 ctif.aildsieanet,R
May 5. • -.1.,%;`4.
h , lt„
`-trOttlART Plinik at 25' cial.; And s listt aE
u. i s: 6,1,7 :foe'
by,' -4 Ii11)14,3 , 410011E11111ANt
April. 21. -
J. H DDIOCK,
4 ' llltll . 11111 1014
/60 all kinds just receiy
Ind 'will be acid age.,
at I • 3
the:fsrge kiid, of $'
Ne 4 • .• I ford,:kiint
son *bit will leavg!inforAnt
trat il 'iOdice oftheir ti•her
dly rewarded; :
lE‘public is hereby e.:
TCousin/ a certain pr's
a tout she MI6 ortioVelo'
Millard. or bessrerl feeerkt
Johwja, Westcott Find
we have received 'no ver
are determined riot to payl i
Ledgx. May N #347.
A T ibeA:1111. Stiond - of
luny be found F.-it 1 ",
C. Siiniton; who, have eat -'
under( the f irm of r.B.,cis
will endeavor at eckt times
ettegdAoktios l ool l ilo4,
The temaininglitnek,of ,
cerlta r liarderture,
Glstsss tic. iic ., wish w'
be sold iulusUdlfy
• '.. IF. B,C
IaIUTTER, Sot rano
_LP. Beeswax," 01 •Coppe
of all i kinds efn0•137..21c.t
for any of our"GOods. .
ROW N:-.71-4 inch - •
1,3 •bell at sides, 1-16
curva. Oval,• fiat
wille,ifrOnt anis' rear, and
Ilinnra4-14 Oran inch wi
•"r above neat • sty le t ".
York' Sa tu rda gill arch
tar, are - now realt and in
• 4ao Isano
:..the-head.o ‘- .111auni
bttrn let 'rays of S immer's
ly~¢seeittial to ,.his r eond'o'n,
,litiself Stith se
latedAd supply the - defi t ` 'ie.'
cha*such:larticlea, as e
titotteequally good. can be
nants orSustinenSnna • '
whont. h,rpay !.Isonderrt,t ha
ve l 4tabl ttnint sefs
'One of the Pan
oft' kind s 114*.0f.. d
thin tit their unnsitally, la=
1'66'1104d. nnd'inn:ilifnctu re
(neat". AI: P. ,tkiCo it a v
.IsTEw„Vnttir. a- full - .Supply 0,
&CAPS. 'wit ieft gites them
and varied assortment
eve)._ Offered for,intle in. No
All of which will be sold .
mi,of F ose, April 29, Js4
,A - NOL'eri - r_Y I+ Pr Og
~;(*. Brush,. Cashmere,. •
colorh quafities stid prices
atffie, Hat It Cap, pot
• LEGHORN. AND Si
MPNS ond dou .]
Leghorn.a ), Am: . .
Coburg draw . al Amer '
of differemt quAties. tore . 1
se , RQZ. Ml6* and El
7 1 Ir Gig.T.ed
A Ilot. Ch.elip6r
iiiiktrianu . ea:ay . * '
•;:, , ,f:tsi
eiw it ia midi's,
7 " . ; -ij- ! : ,dD w c eccumb.---- :„ o t 'i :, 43 ,: irot :t ti, l . i : ,,
._ ., ...PiliiiiWiiiel'
,ii,Thookhow4e it . , i ,
slypii.oti,l7,4 i % nd s ,
tkitOstrnso •• 1
is!Thelimliojik: t bu i ut i f
tiii:,iforois„,,iti.. o ,-., b0 . :,40
..Pood 7,-l e re - olies:A‘
Jr riPecta /sfait 4,
- ' Mostrcee, AP1•14,,!-..
mit thirefieiiptid ,
6 C,Slijklui: Clam , /
, ows - 05h411,4 spiia
inserts nst, pu
lkgpit note, - ;gtreb.
; .1840, 1 p) Abiather
w we, aim rteit by
'stab Westeott, as
fir snid itotrAind
casino aokasi cam.
ESVAT AT :
3111 1 MIN
' W 9 Atilknegs s•
ratJhom with a
...-!* . 10111 4
0 Pewter, Grain.
ill Lb? - retirfily -taken
I A -
blau, ; , 546 yeoman;
runt, sod , rears,,-174.
sbpic-- f li" incites
- • "
lintriduced", 41, Pkilr
.11,11 b y Beebe* Co*.
," :,fiislied to
,coir Ong. iwincient
;' fr title; *bog& titit ,
obutineit at. tbe,iew.
Elm !toet.; . •aklien,
i•- e , rquieft. : In 8.14 j.
star* of- Hats now
• j . - recelt — 'lrolll
/ - 44 1,1
her, Pgnasytvo ;
Or - ,.,115n or awn%
tider the usual pr
- • _ '
.4eaver i ,
5(61# - skin.
of 41i ilia pea'
frat 4 $1;90 - 4 44.00
r* - .-
rrit: - .Ttoii:7 - L4 CO.
le .Aiet.-singtt brim
dead. Eiiglimb and
le cheito e;.- •
.11 IVO% tt
Wilfi, lll l - .4 11 4000t
0111 .6*.•1 1 4. Wag
i‘ si t oss za l .
-V -.., •:- -- _
- ,104,17 .
4 1 :
1• . ' 4'- ._. ~::!:t l. .