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Tliutxiiiy, Sittiulcr I, 1853.
KOIl CANAL rOMMISiOXEK,
MIOSES I'OWIVAJMm Lnncasiei Uunl
FOIl Al'DITOR. GHNrRAL,
ALEX. K. MrCLUUK, Franklin Co.
CHRISTIAN ffSYEKS, Clarion Co.
Jl'DGE Or THE SUPREME COURT.
TKOS. A. EJU)I, Philadelphia City.
"We invite attention to an advertismcnt
jn another column, of Clark's Patent Flour
Mill. This valuable invention is likely
to bring about an entire revolution in the
milling business. The machine thus in
vented, being of bo small a compass, re
quiring so little steam or water power
and to be had at so small a price there
can be no doubt, it will soon become in
general use. It has been full j tried, and
a number of them are now in use by the
millers at Rochester, New York, the great
est flour milling place in the world, and
all those who use it, have joined in a cer
tificate, giving it as their opinion that as
a milling machine, it is among the best
inventions of the day. Their certificate
is publi.-hed in the Philadelphia papers.
The Yellow Fever in New Orleans
The following statement shows the num
ber of deaths in Now Orleans for eight
August 20th 295
" 21st 248
" 22d 265
24th " 188 '
" 25th . 200
" 20th ' 154
" 27th 159
Total, S days, 1,743
The Next Congress.
The epidemic is apparantly abating,
though, considering the reduction in the
population, the mortality is as frightful
The donations from t lienor th are re
ceived with unbounded gratitude, and
will cnapic the Howard Association to
extend their work of benevolence mater
The friends of the Maine Law, in Lu
zerne County, have nominated Lord But
ler, and John McCauley, for the Legisla
ture, and recommended Madison Myers,
of Kingston, for senator. In Cumberland
Count', they have recommended Lemuel
Todd, for Senator; and nominated Alex
ander Cathcart, and IT. G. Moscr, for the
Legislature. The former is one of the
Whig nomiuees, and the latter one of the
Thc Case of Mrs Gaines. The case
of Mrs. Gaines, in which she claims to be
ho rightful heir to a large estate in New
Orleans, it is said, is again to come be
fore the judicial tribunals. Mrs. Gaines,
it is further stated , has lately been in New
York city, with a new and important wit
ness, Gen. Yillamil, of South America
who it is claimed, has a personal knowl
though this point is not stated. Gen.
Yillamil is a native of Louisiana.
The New York Tribune publishes a The Arabia at New. York furnishes
table of members of the U. S. Senate and one week's later news. The difficulty be
House as tar as chosen, lrom which it tween Russia and Turkey, it. is thought,
appears that the parties will stand asfol- will be settled amicably through the me
lows : diation of England. Prance. Austria and
. i w t
senate. 3G Democrats: 22 Whigs: Prussia.
4 vacancies Total 02. The London Morning Post Trims tho.
house. 141 Democrats: bo Whis: following as the probable grounds of the
i rce fcoil. settlement:
Alarming Riot at Niagara Fight
between Negroes and Police Of
ficers. Buffalo. Aug. 29.
A riot took place yesterday at Niaga
ra Palls of a serious character.
A deputation of officers from the South
undertook to arrest a negro waiter, at one
of the hotels, for an alledged murder.
Tho waiters, believing him to be ar
iMIsSlSInil? irlfl T.nill'cinno Tlmfn 1 I ynnh irlinn rt.n o .. ll. it f I "OHl tU
nf r,., - t t:-,x: Lt. -n- i:i:r. . . of the dining room. One ot the omcers
l?nr Rf0i,,. t n w J-no waiters, oein
of nnnrpSO rl.-l.rvU.wl a f.u t n ,i;: rested as a fugitive slave, rescued him
ri " j w v. , vnWliU, I V I bliu II 111 1U I Ij U Ul UlGUlbllUU tui" ( ,1 rr 1
from the officers, and barricaded tho door
nf nniircn orl1 fn tn mlminiolvnfiAii ... o tlrt T7.m!nlii!A.-i :il 1, rr ll 1. I O
w " u,vv iu wi, auuiiuiciiuiiuu iuu- tut j. 1 11111 Litliuiua will UC CllUULUU l)V 1 1 f 1 , .
ioritv. Pviea GnLnhnW nnv, i.n fi-f wol drew a revolver, and snapped it at a man,
1 ' O hllf thn nnn mtccnrl tii'A
uuv luitsouu iii v;
The door was then forced
in September. The to definitive project
in of settlement was sent from Yienna to
Tl'rOll tho Gth inst.. n. womnn.
7 ' ' - - 1 -- J uivivmviiiu II UJ iiuuu 11UUI t ICHLlil LKJ -t i llil
Johnson county, Ind., during a domestic Constantinople, on tho same day that it agam SC1Z?d' ?nd M01?. reS1CUcd hJ l
quarrel with her husband, struck him on was sent to St Petersburg, that is, on the ?eSes, ho hurried him down to the
the hfind i .i ninn.n nf mi i n fro,o o,i fnu i n ' lurry, wucro ne lurapeu into a Doat, anu
1 1 1 1 i . i I I iron frwtrari Itn f tttott o rrcn rrr
killing him instantly.
From the Luzcinc Union.
A- Postmasler Arrested.
Por some months past, letters contain-
received at V lenna about tho 14th. This
will, of course, be despatched to Constan
tinople, where it will arrive about the
was rowed half way across the river by
the ierryman, who left the boat in the
middle of the stream, and returned on
another boat to the shore, to ascertain
A Turkish ambassador will be ready the Particulars of tlie case froin the offi
of the Ambassador being on his road, the andinjg at the bridge, and there deliver
Emperor will telegraph his orders to J T3 J thS , 1 f. Utl
LUCU bCUIlUU 1U1 LUU 1UWC1 lUUUlUg, OUL
were preceded by the negroes, who, to the
number of about 200, reached the land
The officers then claimed assistance
i' ..i . . i. rn i i i -lit I r ; i .f ir i i ir i rr it
V, ;n:i r--i r anu in company With an officer and tho LU J-i"ey, uecause sue will nave succeea- lorraing a pare oi v enezueia, anu lucxico. uy an omcer oi ine ii
.us, uiuiLiuui iai;i, uucussai v lur 3 i j .1 -m . . . in r.., i , v. . T. ,.
4 4 J lT-i. i . . . Pfl in rflinnnnif rtin nrnaeni.o -t l'nnc.rt rn nMllir thn nnnr nrnmndo in rohn inn 'I tin I iAiinilnrp I ninmiooinn I fa nnin
i I'nsT TTI II CTnV At tllic n n nn i 1 , T 1 i w - awjww.u 1(1 v.i;;uili ul JLttlOClil 1U1 I i j i-lwv aa av.jaiwi. j. uu I vv j x 4.4 t.jt v i - U.J utuuil
110s fn nrnvn
r.., v. ulTUJv., - - - . some liinu or synallagmatic arrangement. eartuquaKe oocurreu tuo 10m oi duly. consists in a nne. siiKy staple,
the fact of the marriaiw. nl- """'eiy lu I lainSMlie lOSt UlilCC. wl,;ch should rVn thn fW n. rilTt Pin Thn first, shnnk wns fnlt nnlv nont. ttrn lnnrrtl, nml strnnrrtl, tn nil Hn.l
i3too The Morristown (N. J.)
Banner says that the potato rot is pre
vailing extensively througoout that coun
Buy" On Saturday last the Locofoco
Delegates assembled in this Borough, for
the purpose of nominating a candidate
lor the Legislature, and to appoint Judi
cial Conferees. The anti-Dimmick dele
gates alleging that gross frauds had been
jrattised at the Delegate Elections, re
fused to meet the Dimmick delegates in
OnVL'llflon. Thn rnsnlf Tt-oo tVin lili:nn
- w u.u . I J uviuiuu
.f two Conventions. The friends
Dimmick meet at the public house of A
A S. Barry, appointed conferees favora-
llo to M. M. Dimmick for Presiden
Judge, and nominated Abraham Eding
lr, of Hamilton for the Legislature. The
opponents of Dimmick met at the public
1 use of Joseph J. Postens, appointed
conferees opposed to Dimmick and nom
inated Jacob H. Eylexberger, Esq
of Middle Smithficld, as their candidate
for the Legislature. There was a large
attendance at both Conventions, reso
lutions approving the course of President
Puree and Governor Bigler were adopted
by the anti-Dimmick Convention, but
" in-i 11 uui uuutcu 1U IUU TT il xr 1 1 r
- 111 5 A mnnir Mm nttol Tn A...H
if accidental, or designed 1 4l - .. . ,Z , " u,-' taken the papers
, , , fa, - noticed one addressed
I 4 . Am J tj I ,J A I T J 1 1 I
Whig Siate Coareution.
Tho Whig Stale Convention assembled
a Huntingdon, on the 25th ult, and nom
inated Jhomas A. Budd, Esn. of Phila-
Iplua, for Judge of the Supreme Court
The following in relation to the nominee,
ve coppy from the Daily News, of Friday
"Mr. Budd is well and favorably known
here, as a gentleman of ripe education, and
a? one of the soundest legal men at the
Philadelphia bar. Modest and unobtru
tive he has never sought place or position,
and has devoted himself to his profession
u:th marked success. He is a gentleman
i-t the meredian of life, being about
f rfy-eight to fifty years of age, and was
a student of the late Jno. C. Lowber, a
gentleman whose name will at once be mouse's Print? TpWU J ' T"' '
o t-v"i una a ne ana iamny, anu uas always
. ...... il. . :i i - r. TirMT I tlion tn ctort. -Tnv St. Tnf nvcln rrr- on1 nn
us .nun..) untuuiuuuiuutunoin ukcs- " T " t " kLi 7 Pinding the crime to be murder, the
uanu to noncsuaio, nave disappeared in . , , ' n:"7J 1 r1 , ferryman agreed to row them down to the
, . . iliiuiuia IUC 11U551UU VJUUIUCIJ Ul U1U lill't . 7.
a ui my aim loua manner. oevcrai
smau sums ot money remitted by mail Emperor will telcrapl
did not reach their destination, nor the Prince Gortschakoff to evacuate the Dan-
letters containing it. On Saturday ubian Provinces. These telegraphs, bc-
j - c tt . .11 , ' ... uumntr oi aoouc
morning last, Capt. Puchard. the P. M. S r me most part o msemapuores, will, . , , rn f, ftffl1
' i . . ot course, not work with the same speed X.u" VT
pa,,, uUuuau mc mivit win m as t,e eicc,ri kfc th A fi "aft 1 J.u uiua-is iubu uiuiuicu aui,
a letter, and with two other letters of no Lf nvonts will ho Rnfflr.;tiv vnA irom a party of some J00 Irish labor
I - . - ..... v uu.uu.Kini i . i. ii i iu Dill- 1 1 il "11 1 1
consequence, sealed the three in a pack- rant us in expecting that by the 10th of V y on, lue rauroau anu a leguiar
then put Mr. J
b-.l .1 1 .... . I J- "I "1UUU Ul CULWCUU
OX With thn flriUPr tvitli lnctrnntmno i-. , . i -. .
' ...-v.WmJ iu iCSChid l'achaivi nri Hrnsa tn rtfro..
go all the way to Honesdale, and asccr- sclrode a note, in which he will enclose
lain it possinie where was the suspicion tlie Urmans in which are accorded to the
ground. The first Post Office above this "reek Christians, subjects of the Sultan,
place, on the route, is Plainsville, II. "f0, than even
otr.; i,T)v askc" lor tuem- 1Ie will sr
Cortnght, P. M. fl). . nnA nBO
., , . O w , uuu UMIUU 111 111 Ul iuu; 1
After the mail had undergone a change -excellent disposition of the Sultan to- pcrS are received-
at tills offiflfi. hv Hnrf riirlit Tr V A wards 1
the ba?. and found thn T.nol-.niro ;ntn,i Recorded such and such rights. This MMiqiiaKC
to Ilawley missing.
.uauu imuimauou ueiorc otcpuen v augun, end. most desructive earthouako at Cumana.
i in i iMiiiri l t t i ii iti l: ii (ti r nil niifr rntit: rininrr
ted it to Hawlev. He September the last Kussian soldier will i..? ?;- 7 7 TL T. , , 5
have re crossod tlir Prntli " Put LO '"S" auu purjsueu uy inu lauorurs.
acob C. Fleischman on the m iAv f'. .1 . Several of the former wore knocked down
:iil win uc tins: .,1 -, , . . ,
with stones, and severely injured.
Sneed or Watson, was then taken from
the boat, placed in a carriage by the offi
cers, and brought safely to Buffalo. 1,-
Knn .1 1. .1 1 -ir j n .
more privlages than even llussia had "waiu uuu ueeu oura lor mo ar
nskprl for tW it B :i of Sneed, who will be conveyed to
things to the Czar, and assure him of the Laltimoro as.soo1n as the necessary pa-
11 1 r ..
nnfn it-Ill V.r. r.t.nn...ln,l V. TP 1' -1 . I 'P1,a T T " 1 1. 1,
TT i. l . uwuv urn uu uigauuiKU UV !l JL UrjilSU am- 11 w J1V11 Will 111 UUCUUlil UU3 UL'Ull
lt-lurut-11; ana haSSador. nnd thn nffni'r trHl Q nf nut. short, hv n fonrfnl nntnctrnnlio -i
Notice to the Ilumaiio.
John Lehman, formerly a Luthran
clergyman, succeeded on the 19th of June
last, in persuading three children away
from their mother, which the Court of
Fairfield Co., Ohio, had decided he should
not have. Thcy were traced towards
York, Pa. They have been.at Lambert
villc, and left there two weeks ago. Next
seen at Milford, next at Bloomsbury,
where they started for Elizabetbtown, and
as they have not been seen at the latter
place, the supposition is that they got off
at New Hampton, and are now in the
John Lehman is about-34 years of age,
over middle size, rather thin, dark com
plexion, black hair, grey eyes, considera
bly sunken, red spot on his right cheek,
about the size of half a dollar. Eldest
child, a girl of six years, dark complex
ion, light hair, black eyes. Second, girl
about five years old, black hair and eyes,
dark complexion. The youngest died.
jf" Editors of newspapers will please
copy, and confer a favor upon the moth
er. Address Louisa Lehman, or E. Ya
nuxeni, Larabertville, N. J.
A Paris paper gives an account of a
very wealthy and popular man of the
Gironde, lately deceased, who in his lat
ter years was afflicted with a strange fan
cy for knives, daggers, and swords of all
sorts. He never saw one that ho did not
seek to obtain it by fair means or foul.
In the course of six months he had pil
fered from his neighbors all their table
knives, and every sort of dagger he could
lay hands upon. But they knowing his
phantasy winked at it. After his death
in his office, the key of which he alone
had kept; there were found 5000 knives,
swords, daggers, &c, all neatly arranged,
with labels attached, which indicated the
place and name of the owner, and the day
on which it was stolen.
A New Kind of Cotton.
We have seen a specimen of a new'and
very beautiful sort of cotton, brought
from among the Pino Indians of New-
Esq., who issued a warrant for Cortright, "The conclusion will thus be favorable the capital city of the province of that
On the arrest of Cortright, he admit- terference between the Sultan and his own minutes, yet in that short space of time ly known. Yelearn that the seed has
ted that he had detained the Ha wley subjects." it destroyed every house but one in the been introduced into Texas, and that the
package, and allecred that he had nh- I he steamship Monumental Ci
EST" The Erie Railroad Comnanv hum Ufmntoi? thn Wtor A fi,f u i i.: Krecked on her passage from Port Philip Arriba. Six hundred soldiers in the ly. It has also the great advantage of
1' J . . avv.i , nun WJUU lb II UJ till 1113 . C 1 i . i . , ,. ,, ,n. l 1 il . , mi ll . 1. w
...... . I ' I r r r T nntf on t hlrtn i.tv I . -v r lr.J. 'II. I hirrnfl I CI tvnnn uniftnir flirt, vmlnxi' ' I Un nnf H arrAnnin 1 1 rt o rl . . ...
since the oth ot July discharged loOO house, some distance from his store. Arab shin, irith thTndi Thl it fi
mnn I'TTI'll I X J " v m ajuu- i " - - - "J - I . . w- nivcu
JULU. W hi n HP wn? rrnnn tnr f Ii n f 1aUiW C ,1 ih. Oj.i T- n t i .1 x n . IT .1 t t
fa"v. lucu lULtci, iu uuu ui iuu iiu or tjune, iounuerea at aiuu to ueu. xuonagas. ana sonciccu sue- peculiarities are proven permanently to
- . Til. ft 1 I 1 J 1 1 I 1 . C 1 , r. r r y . fr .
uumpaiiy wuii an omcer, a search was sJl auu me mans anu passengers were cor. uumana is a city 01 aoout es,uuu Deiong to it, must ettect a revolution in
made in the store. Tho idonMpnl nnoV. Iost- population, lying on the Irult ot Canaco. cotton raising. Irtbunc,
age was found, broken, and the two let- , bC ,Sre,at of he, fleefc at Spit- and is tic oldest city on the continent,
ters in it, but not the one eontrimn-the - Elevcn hndrcd reraons died of
0 UJJi i" uiusuuiji; ui iuu nouse oi i wa iuu iu ojuruuiuuu, auu uubiroy- c 10 era in (Jn ontt.i in in-n dire In tlif
monev. Amnmr .wmd tin wnrn 1 n n nnP Pollnmnni- -Pii. :i nA 1. 1 t,:u: :i,i; .1 . :
Philadelphia has sent $15,000 to re- fee pot, were found several letters
lievc the suffering population of New Or- ten to various persons durin" the months comprised twenty five vessels of war, car- left them . All along the coast of Yenez
nf Tulv iml An c i i i rJ1DS 1 urau men, anu i ,u i u guns. Thir- ma shocks were teit, out no mischiet was i m
or duly ana August some broken and f c L ,1 i o ,1, ihousands of Parents who use YermihVc
i i n , , teen of the ships were screw steamers, 9 done. rnmnnQi.,1 nr Tnnr n;i r.ii ?-
reseated. Also, n nntn nnmUi. nPn- -i ii , , r , ' coniposeu ot L-astor Uil, Laiomel. &c. arc
' paaaie wheel, having an aggregate o not aware that while thpv -innr m l,PnPfit
1 nnnnr onvn nn frm l,!. i.o,i i omm i, ' ti...?...b-r . , nn,. i:i. .ri. - "oi aware, mat w line tney appear to beneht
rs., ..v- .w.ivu uuu uucii nuou uuiou uuHer. uuiv turiB uueoi oat- u'zo J-iiu uuuur oi me j.iuuiv uas ttic patient, thev are actual v Iavmrr thn fnnn-
,ii-i. .. .... I i i -. . ..i . - J a
imong the letters we " smI)S being wholy without auxiliary traversed a good part of the county of pations for a series of diseases, such as saliva
2d to "Mr. Peter II steam- lliQ smallest guns used were 32 uautauque, JNew lork,
.! 11 ot 1 1 , . , I
io uciiu tiogs, oi ueaa cows. I4 dead ni.i c TT . , pounders, the larcest throw S-l lh shnlls. the grasshODDers h
cats, 12 dead sheep, 19 dead swine, audLi,:. ';inr1 i -n -o, , ' xf" bufc 08 Poundcr3 formed the bulk of the every green thing
, j i . . i .i , , r1" iuiiuwimuuiu uu iue armament inr rra.t whp.it nit;
1 dead allijiator. besides 1.1 3 tn nf . uuuiauiuui. luo o1 ubs; wneai, oats,
,,, , llini , T i,tn' 1DSt-: thls uad been opened and tatoes, &c. He estin
butchers' offal, and 119 tons of W50 ...i .1 ' j... 1 ' ..
seaieu up again. U e saw several pack- C?vfn nnrC ? an,. f, : ureas or tnousanas
0Ulil- UirncWi, 1.0.1 K .:n " iiumvaw- countv. Pa., has s
ages which had been rifled of their con
fnnlo MMini-n 11.11.1' ll 1
1 oJ I he .Northern liirrht nt. iVotp v nrl.- mi
.i.- i 1 i . 1 1" "VJ --"i" wii
outuiaj u.uiinug, wmcu nau Wednesday, furnishes 1G days later new
the same cause.
and states that tion, loss of sight, weakness, of limbs. &c.
ave eaten un nearly 111 another column will be found theadver-
that put forth, includ- tiemcnt of IIobensack's Medicines, to which
corn, turnips, po- . " . ",u tlllu""u uirecuy iniercsiec
iates the loss at bun- heal,,K In Li yer CompIailtg an(, ,
ot dollars. Jne arisinrrfrom tlmsfinfa h.lin,,trnn i,i.i m..i-..
i o ... - H...w,.b j.wutMiiu umn
uffered severely from use of the only genuine medicine, llobcnsack
(r"I3c not decrived," but ask for Ilobcn-
JCSTlt is estimated that over $137,000 sacks' Worm Syrup and Liver Pills, and ob-
Itlormou iHo! of Col lectins
When a man refuses to pay a debt a
aiong the Mormons they send three
cers called whittlcrs, who take their
tion in front of the debtors house
with a jack knife and a bundle
and whittle away, day after da-
delinquent knocks under. It is Eaid that brought to town, and gave surety for his mencing June 1st. will be larger than in Ratter. The steamer found them in Nan- tt'
the remedy seldom fails. appearance at the United States court at any six months since the opening of the fluan barbor, awaiting the ransom of some sh;p p;ice County Pi
Uliarasport, in October next. mines. The wheat crops in nearly the merchant vessels which they captured. .
JPSrYYe learn that the first seetinn nf is a heavy blow to the relatives
he New York Central 'New Jersev hrtn2m as tlic' arc people of respecta-
' I 1 1 1 I 1 f tt rt-wJ 4 1 i I f 11
mrl PenQvlv,!,;., rn.m. n .uu .unn. yjn mem Uie DIO
. .iiu viupanj, fals ith i sever:t TUi(psjIl:5
-been detained, (but which were not veto- from California, beinrr tn thf. 1t. nf A,, have been contributed in various eitles serve that each 1ms the signature of the Pro-
offi- pened) laid by for future examination She brings 520 passengers and 81.124?- for the benefit of the sufferers by Yellow pnetor' 2: N HOBEXSACK, as none else
sta- On the return of Cortright from l,;J953.on freight, and a large sum in the Uver in New Orleans. '.
. each house, he wnR ,innl,u fn nnf wi.Jhands..of Paase?Sers. Tbe miners are m, , . 7 . . MAJSItSSD.
' . . . , , generally doing better than in any former J-iie aa vices irom bhina give an inter- On Saturdav ucut thp 7Mi nh
of sticks money and the lost letter, but confessed L, ,i u i i.. nJ A cstmrr neeonnt of the enntm-e nf n ninoc ., . i"1.,, A"SU the i th ult. by
:nni i jxi i ' ' UUu u u t,UUUgiii mab uiu aiuouut . -o . ,,:.: ""tue nev. William UlarU. Mr. I eore Ace.
, till the he had taken out the monev. Tin wis of cold taken out in thn si v mnntl. piratical lleet bv the JJntish war steamer L vr c.:i.ri,i t. .r
;iuiLiiiit;iu, luuuruu v. ouiu v, ana
innah J. Smith.
of Porter town-
i rnrui2ed hy legal men as among the
Lrt of his day. A Philadelphian by
lirih and education, his nomination can
iir t fail to be received with peculiar pleas-
ur by the Bar of our city
'We regard this nomination as emi
nently popular and fortunate; for whilst
it is of course conceded that there are
now upon the Supreme Bench of the
State gentleman of acknowledged talen
and legal acumen, it is an admitted fac
that the great commercial and maratim
interests of our city, and indeed of the
State, has no representation on that Bench
nnd when it is remembered that many o
ihc most important cases that are heard
before this Court are of this character, it
will at once be conceded that the policy
of selecting a gentleman whose practice
has led his mind to their investigation
was praiseworthy and wise."
of whole State have been struck with the luc pirates seized with panic, and attemp-
?5l?rV T.T87V IICt rvTViiT nil t ni
rust, In the South, Lynch law rei-ns ted to escape, but finding it impossible m MILLM.
w supreme, the inhabitants bavin"- been Preprireu ior action in earnest. Altera. aiciu cumuineu gnnuingami Doit-
l. ll. 1 .1 e "1.1 hot, enntest. in nirntna -arnrn nvnrnnivnrnd M'o "U UlVGnilOn WUlCtl Cannot fall
who infest the country.. The Supreme and one of the vessels blown up. The XZ
1 Uourt of the State have decided that the ouier VCSSC1S maue tQe oest 01 ttlC11 way middling. sl,i r.it,i kP!,h , I I " r
mines arc the nronertv of the State, and to thc shor0 antl Retting as near possible, Lmf inn. nmi i. tim ,nnt 'u 1
Ve learn from the "Washington Star,
that the Post Office Department have re
crntly decieed that under thc law of 1852,
a subscriber residing in a county in which
a paper may be printed and published, is
entitled to receive it through the mails
free of postage front he post office within
the delivery of which he may reside, even
though that office may be situated with
out thc limits of the county aforesaid.
At Chicago you can buy a house
in all its parts, framing timber, shingles,
doors, window-sash, shutters, flooring, all
plained, tongued, grooved, numbered and
ready to be put upon the prairies to which
the many railroads will convey it, so that
the farmer from those wide extended
plains may come in one day, buy his
house complete, and take it out next, and
with the assistance of his neighbors put
it up within a week.
onal canvass was opened utiiag spcarca anu stoneu to ucath m the tu,u -a" uu iuF'-"i--u any power
on the 18th ult,. bv the The piratical fleet, which consist- jrom four horae, to any which may be desired.
)cnt. who took the tumn ed of five junk boats, and the Lorcha, and " u;" ' , I . ' !.' iacl! i makB
i. Mr.AValdo, his opponent, mounted in all 3d guns, had long been nRn(i ..inn. rhn ,Wrin, o n.i,"
ng in the Southern mines. thc terror of thc coast. Lieut. Pidcock. mill, or the witont for on.,nTin nn.,,!
successful operation from Easton to Bel- been regarded as a man of honesty ant
videre. connectin'r with the INTnrsA l?no t integrity. I he news came unexnected.
a -i- , ' i . . . A " . il.. 1 T i i ' :
Easton to Philadelphia. This line when general ieeimg or regret seems mac tue uencrai uovernment have no do- "a ju.icu uvciuuam aim &wam nns tiuly scientilic null fills a space of but
i.i , .. to pervade the whole communitv. million over them. A novel doctrine. t0 tue "each, l here, however, they were three feet in diameter, and five feet hicrh. I
toiiipit.u, win oe one oi the most nnpor- ne h.d3 bad tbe officQ for th(J ksfc thrce trul Tho usual number of nmr(Iers and met and knocked on the head by thc vil- worked by a single shaft, capable of grinding .
tuuk, m Lina oiuit; aim iew Jersey, con- or tour years. robberies are furnished by the papers. agers who showed them no mercy, many anu ooiimg irom tnree to ten bushels ot wheat
nccung J.'unaaeiphia, lrenton, Lambert- -"-na this ends tho career of a young The Uubernat
ville. Easton. Fleminfrton. Dnvlnsfmrn maDi Just starting in the world, with an- in Sacramento
i -c ; j . w
kn Ti,n-i t?:i i i- - parenuv iair character, respectable tann- present nicuml
vv. lA-w. ,in iuu utuLiai iiiiihuuu iu Jew i ,. (, -i , . . i
iy connections, o: good business prospects ! ior rc-eiectioi
At one blow separated from friends. "Ye bas been speaki
Iiitta t. rl.ll ll. 1 f. .1 rjl .. 'PI... 1 Ii. n..l'.C .fit., l.i . .1 IX'lm Ttroa l-lllnrl In lin KnUln ...l. r ll l. . ... ;V . .
I Pni'f ! f .i , , "u,c oiawu. luu auuvu lacts witu any j-uu i.nn -uiiiui iiia oi me isc reports the 111 unitiu, auu nuu was 111 l-uunsyivama, are requested to audi
. iiuuiTi other view than as a caution to others canture and death of .lonmnn
The Harrisburg Journal, alluding to that "honesty is the best nolicv." and brated robber. The capture
J. Porter Brawlev, the Locofoco can- tUat tue community at large have a right bave taken place at Panocha Pass, by a C0S Islands with all military honors.
didate for Survevor Ooner.il sav thot 10 ue 1DIormed ot a delinquency in winch, band ot rangers, who killed two of
he sold his interest in the two nf PT?, some of their interests are in- Joaquin's band, and
VOIVHU. IHfTht tnn r itm nn.l nun n CUUUa n-lU. UlllJ rim llffhnofn
Alll Ci. li:i. j .11 .11. V. . .... . "t?"v . i- miuu puwiiws, - , , ...w r
luc -oueJ w xtauroau anoceu mm iiuch credit is due to Capt. Eeichard, They beheaded Joaquin on the spot.
by the Canal Board, at a profit of 13,- for ferreting out the fraud, and having Tho news from Oregon is not of a very
000, and that it is generally understood arrested thc culprit, lie also took pos- interesting character,
that he has an interest in other sections session of all the books, papers, &c, be-
though his name appears in but two in- IonSinS to tlie government, and the office AlcJlCmV IlcvivC(l
-1 ' il !, nil ..... 1. 1.. 11. '11 I 1
biances in tue list or contractors, it will uuvy lu uu suspenueu, tin a succcs- ir Tl,n,lnvn 'nff-M i. i:.i
vv..v..WMM . . J IUIU (. Mil
If .1 1 1
September 1, 1853. 3t.
DTrtTD TV T t fl TVT tti t 1 t-i
after a desperate W W. B. Astor's tax this year ex- XtJVxlOX JClt'O INUIlUili.
fight, took him and one other prisoners. cocds 5'10 000 tlic llignest paid in N. Y. f OliOJii is hereby given to all legatees
be remembered that the two contracts a- sor can "e aPPointed. The people within nor i)0forp ,
warded to J. Pouter Brawley & Co. tbe "elivcry of the "Plainsville" office :n w
:i r 11 1 '
had been bid for by responsible men
812,705 lower than the sum to be paid to
Brawley, and it is well known that he
never gave any attention to the sections
allotted him, but he secured the contracts
thc Academy of Science at
Inch he asserts that he has
YTP The rinWin rinlit nf tlie TTnJfen estates of the respective decedents and mi-
States, on the first of July, was $G0,G05f- nors that thc administration accounts of
101,24, the interest on which is S2.012,- t,hc fllow,nS estates have boon filed iu
093 per annum . ' tue omce ot the register 01 Monroe coun-
iy, auu win uo prcscntea ior conhnnation
Singular Phenomenon. f11 aJi0Wta"'e t0, c 0rPhs' Court to
Iu Patterson, last week, a little girl was foresaid county, on Tuesday, the 26th
Will linrl the mml nmffnr iry flin nrnMnl I , ' ...
at Wilkeabarro, or 1'ort Wnchard. ' l.l.i. lf "t'T-.Jt l" at th, ndoW h! "V. ?J SoftUv, next at 10 oVtodr,
I " www vs fvi y is
Very ICW Simnle n. vonnrr mnnle tree. A ft.Pi n IhmIKoh A Af
..UJ. .- i . 1 " -i f. " O. " l . - M.imuu. i. i-i,
Uiglit about Face. 7Lui," ,,n ' !Lu,aslL hh'lT? ? m!,?,of .TH ' J-pA u.,
Tlia Qfnfn i r i il -i . jtvpuu iilu luio wuuu iiiiuiuuuu uu ult uouv. ami msiraioroi i c estate ot John Kolh
nl;;f , f if; V::: ruuu uuus', Proa,01 w not the iirSt instance of the kind late of Eldred township, deceased.
vivciuv uu xuo l. i f 1 1": i i i i iniiii rrr ifiiu run i w i r 11 en m n ti ir Amn i i i -1 1 i . -
merelyfor the purpose of selling them Union, a iournal tht. n":; 'c hnal account of Dawalt Pisher ad
out at, a lnro nmfit Ti,a u.i iLf "u:.:,.. " . , i J. T ""lv-" ul ministrator ot thc estate of Mifih!
f.fnV i " : rr " r, .TIIC1 10 , a.n . acpenaont aione moaines the properties of this radi- jrlf all the money eirculatinir in the Hawk, late of Chesnuthm tl,;" 1
ith United States were divided equally a- ceased. '
but mong tho inhabitants, every one would The first acoount of Charles S. Frantz
this rejoice (for about three minutes) in thc administrator of the estate of Christian
wv- uu 6., iitwo U1 uu uLtuuuon luougni;, uas neen iorcea into the taslr ot caJ, and thus presents us apnarentlv w
-j- o vuiw, uuu nuiwj-wassiuug iue management oi our torty Dodies, while in reality there is
that ho has not been in Harrisburg but public works. The Union savs our im- nnr.' IT
, , J I ..o.. 11 no Ml JUL
?i tow nnva Kinro I net. ennnre Iln ; i l : ? i li i i i. . .. ....
.... . arc jus uuginmng to prosper, Douy oy winch the radical is convered possession of twelve dollars
been receiving his salary from tho Stnto wlion tlmlr nnnna j.o,, :i 1,1 n.v-u pMWS1uu w muvt, uuuaio
--"O j wwvw . wuuii (.AUbUObj UilVU lllKJiiaiU il I 111LIJ "IJlll .
fnr rl n! n rr iintJi?n finrl line linnn ii!nn mill!nn i P. l -ii i i I
Z " rr u "vu '- w -we ianu AcciDENT.-Mr.S.J.IIollinsheadmet
ui, iuT xak6U,Wuu,utUuCT wuen we nave -prosperea- tor hve years JNavioation resumed. Thebroaches with a serious acoi
Singer, Jr. late of Jackson townshin. dn.
. S. J. Ilollmshead met The account of Charles Drake Eveon-
he has received to supplv pork for the more! Shouldn't wonder if the Union in the Delaware VUZ Zr . K"; . 7 '5. '" 'a3t, w' And K-tamml of
Navy Mr. Bru.EV,a again a eandi- undertake, next to demonstrate that the paired, tho water was lot in at EastonJ a rid township,
(1 fl In Tnf f in ttio lin nMir rl icrl-n laaoitrlllinrinnncnriUCll. . 1 I 1 .. - I I " " 1 v "o Q " J ""n I UCljOMLUi
l-. i " , , , " auu u-uuBO ui tue ul u, are just, oeginning anu navigation resumed on Saturday last, ran under his horses feet, frhrhteninfr her
H lift finnl innAimt -.f nir.T 1 .1
uis re-eiection would he a stain upon the to prosper too, since Uov Bigler has tho 27th inst A in n,,.,,!,. t u i ii . 1 i t i i . . um, ui jnas xonser, a-
"ndr1,"finM?11? incrcase, debfc at crl-( fillc? P.oo little delay was ex- throwing Mr. II. out, breaking one of his ceased 0hcsnutbl11 township, de-
L ti n n f t I T V ? 3gaiU ! ra? f a miih?D 1 yCf !- P,1'0fPerous lrienced. We presume it is now in sue legs just above the ankle. He was bro't S UIUEL HEPS ir Reist.r
him he must be aefcated oy a large ma- imeS these-and the 'good time 'still com- cessful operation which will be joyful home' the same evening and is doing as Bogi Stra f
3 - lnS' news to many persons interested. well as can be expected Democrat. Au. 25 1853.
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