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SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SttAMOKIN JOURNAL.
ITEMS EDITORIAL md SELECTED. BUSINESS NOTICES. Sunbury Ferry. Messerg. Speece and Lenhart, give notice, that they are prepa red and always ready to convey passengers, teami &c., across the ferry at this place. They are obliging and careful men, and re provided with excellent crafts. Persons in want of Fire and Thief Proof Iron Chests, Refrigerators &c, would do well to call on Evans Watson of Philadel phia, who have a large assortment always on hand. See advertisement in another -column. Pianos. Conrad Myer's celebrated Pi anos, are so well and so favorably known among musicians, that we will only say to those who want a good instrument, to try them, which can be done by calling on the editor of the American who is an agent for the sale of these Pianos. See advertise ment. ET' The Poem, entitled the "Harvester," in another column, is a well written pro duction. It is a new theme, descriptive of a wonderful invention. KF" Lindsay Priestly Esq., was, on mo tion of Alexander Jordan Esq., admitted to practice in the several courts of this district, on Tuesday last. K? Special Message. The President transmitted to Congress on Monday last, a special message approving the course a dopted by Mr. Rush, our minister at Paris. The language and spirit of the message will meet with a unanimous response from the American people. It will be found in a nother column. E?" The London Times speaking of Lou is Phillippp's back door flight and the dispersion of his pusillanimous family, who had not even the spirit to stand by their own wives and children, says the French Monarchy "died of contempt" of all causes of political extinction, the most fatal. OP" Hon. James A. Black member of Congress from South Carolina, died sudden ly at Washington. EF" Fruit trees arc groatly benefitted by phospate of lime, (bone dust) or even whole . hones, buried at the root, are beneficial. For pear trees it is especially good. K? General Scott. By late accounts from the city of Mexico, it seems that Gen. Worth has withdrawn his accusations a gainst the General-in-Chief of the American Army, and that the Court Martial had ac cordingly suspended the examination in his case. One despatch stales that Gen. Scott will soon return to the United States. The rose is sweetest when it first opens, and the spikenard roots when the head dies. Beauty belongs to youth, and dies with it: but the odor of piety survives death and perfumes the tomb. Life is shortened by indulgence in an ger, ill-will, anxiety, grief, sorrow, and ex cessive care. The vital powers are wasted by excessive bodily exercise in some cases, and want of a due portion in others. Modest men conceal their joys as well as their sorrows, for they consider the one as undeserved as the other. Nothing is so favorable to love as a little discord, as the frost makes the grape tende rer and richer. Hear not ill of a friend, nor speak of an enemy. Believe not all you hear, nor re port all you believe. Religion should be the garment worn next the heart too many people make a cloak of it. A Heavy Mail. The largest mail ever received in New Orleans was from Vera Cruz, on the 20th, by the steamship Massa chusetts, at New Orleans. It contained no less than forty thousand letters. Quite PolItely. Louis Napoleon Bo naparte has been civily requested by the Provisional Government to leave France, for a short time, until matters are more set tled. Fanciful. A lively Irish writer speaks of "a dish of potatoes, roasted on the turf ashes, just bursting their drab surtouts, and exposing the delicate whiteness of their mealy bosoms." It is said, that it has lately become a common practice to hiss while God save the Queen" is being performed in theatres of Dublin. Brewer's Yeast and cold water, with a milk diet, is said to be a certain cure lor the small pox. Napoleon's prediction. "In fifty years Europe will be republican or Cossack," said Napoleon on the Island of St. Helena. i4uiful Proipxt. A London paper says Prince Albert's grandfather was the Father oftwenty-one children The Start and Stripes were hoisted in se veral quarters of Pans during the late revo ' lution. Model Artistes. The Grand Jury of New York are attacking model artiste ex hibitions through the lessees of the buildings where they are exhibited. Several of the proprietors of fashionable saloons have been indicted for allowing such exhibitions to take place in them. The female models were completely naked, not even a "rag" to cover them. A New perfume is now extracted from fhe rose geranium. Why is a thought like the sea 1 Because ittt m n'oiion. A tiil More Grape A' Taylor cam paign hat been started in New York, under inr HUP Ol UIO -vimjic tuiui. Should wi m so, Out of the 400,000 Children in Kentucky, 160,000 are wholly without tht advantages ot school education, Tho renort lhat Charles F. Adams is pre. baring ibrths prew the. .writings of his ftp Wkt Ferr. It should be remembered that Told, coiijths, consumptions, inflammation nt Diallings, pleurisy, anil many other fatal disor der!, re often the remit or catching cold, in consequence of wet feet, damp clothes, &e. Wri if h's Indian Vegetobte TVfour undoubted ly the best tndieine in the world for carrying off cold, became they, puree from th system thoe morbid humor Which, when lodged in va rioni parts of the body live rile to every mala dy incident to man, A few of theas Pills taken every night on going to bed, always afford re lief, and. if their me be perievered in, a radiral cure will be the remit. Caut'on Tn avoid counter feita, purchase from th'tse only wh'i can show a certifitste of agency. rireetiing the Innding of William Penn I and compute the Inhrla on the box with the fac simile on the. certificate. To be genuine, (hey must be eticilv "like, signature and all. Beware of coun feila and imposition. fXj" The gmuine for eale by H tew at Masstie, nle ngent for Sunhnrv. end nlher sgente, publish ed in en llter part of thin paier. PHILADELPHIA. MARKET. tt'itnuit'OAT. April .1. ISIS Wheat Red is worth 135; white 133 a 140c. Rte Is in demand at 85 a 8Gc per bush?). Corn Yellow, 5 lie. a 50c. weight; fair sales. Oats Are dull at 38 a 39c. Whiskey Dull in bbls. at 22c; hhds 21. Cloversef.d Sales at S?3', a $4 a 41- SSea l'UICE CullUENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Nasser. Wkut, - - H71 Rt. Conn, .... 60 Osts. 4" BoTTin, IB Knott, -8 Pork. . . 5 Fttxsrsn, ... 125 TlLLOW, ... 10 Bskswax, 2 Flax, ... -8 PROSPECTUS For the publication of llie KLMll K Y AMERICAN. Greatly Enlarged and otherwise improved. The subscriber having assumed the pub lication and entire control of the Sunbury American, will commence the publication of the same, on Saturday the 1st of April, 184.S,in an enlarged form and with entirely new type. He designs to make the Ame rican a valuable, as well as a handsome family newspaper, worthy of the patronage of the public. It will De published every Saturday on good white paper,, ut 2 pi r annum. We make the following offers: To any pi-rson who will send us five subscribers and 10 in advance, we will furnish a copy of the American one year, and also a copy of either of the following excellent publications: Ppeel'a IlluMniteit rilili in of D'AnliifPie'e Ilit fry "f (he Rei' -nil iti n, flrfimtly b hiikI, 4 v.l. in 2, price ft! 60. (nee ailt'ertinetnent.) The J 'hit D nkoy, (me year) pulilinhed weekly nl 3 per nutiuui. O nicy's Lady IJ 'k, ( nc year) published in uillily nl ?3 per oiiiniin, r tnfl I r the Po pte, (-me yenr) published in iiithly at S3 per annum. The Nineteenth Century, ( me ye:ir) published quarterly at $3 per uiinuin Any person sending mfive responsible subscribers, will be entitled to a copy of the American one year. Or, any person sendint; us en subscribers, with $10 on account, shall be entitled to a copy of the American for one year, and also a copy of either of the above works for the same time. II. Ti. MASSER, April 1,1S48. Editor and Proprietor. WESTKU NEW YORK coi.m.gi; of ii uai.tii, 207 Main street, Buffalo, ti. Y. DR. G.C. VAUGHN S Figilahle Lilliniilriiitic Mixture. Ti!! celebrated remedy ii emit mtly increJHflig its lame by the in iiiv cures it 'is in iking ALL OVElt TI I E WORLD. Il hit mw tec methe nnly me.ticine f.r family ute, and is particularly tt:c mineiik-l i' t DROPSY : all ft iga f Uum c 'inkblot initiu-din ely relieved, nutter m n iv imb KaiHiuig. te nimimiuji in ic&uui ii. GRAVEL, and all diaennei of the urinary nrgunn ; fur thwe diareM lug C iiiH imi ii nullum nioiie ; u mtT urueie cuii rnicvo y u ; und tiie curt tfKlilifd 1 1 wille 'iivitit-if the m i akup ticul; lee painiihk't. I.ivt-r C lit,. Kin, liilii ut diw;aa-K, i.' i) l1,, T the Grmt V-iit eiM;ciallv, mid wherever these c m- plaint prevail this medicine i flared. n i deleter! ua ruiiinf nnd is a part "f litis mixture, it cures these diiujiaua with cerLuinly imJ celerity, ttitU d.u u H leAVe the system t -rpi-1. re rami-lilet. a complaint of n mst p liutiil charaeer, ia IMMEDIATELY RELIEVED, and a cure full ws by a tew duvs use ni thisartiele ; it is fur be I ire any tether pretuniti it I r this dise.iset nr I f any iHherdiseuM urigiitatuig from impure hiuud. skc uu phlet. UttJlLllY Uf IMLMMLiW, weak hock, weftkness f the Ki Inevt. A-p.. r inflanimi- ti ii t' name, is iuimetliarely relieved by a few days use f this uiedicine. and a cure is always a reuuii d its use. It stands us A CERTAIN REMEDY, f ir such cm.iUiuts. uird als fiH derangements of the fe- nule Iniiue. IRREGULARITIES, SUPPRESSIONS, ni infill in nsiririti ins. N arlicle bus ever been offV-red except this wliifh w uld t Hi(h t!iis kind 4 derumeinenls. It m ly be relied upon us a sure and efloctive remedy, ami did we feel permitted t d s c uhl give as nroif of cu'ea in this distressing cl i U e moluints. Jee p'ira;ihlet. AH broken d wii, deSilituted c uistituti nS fr nn the'tHlect of mercury, will find the btwitig power of tlu article to aH itninedijicly, and the puis uius lumeral eraJicateJ foin thcBysipm will find the ahcmlive rro erties of this article. PURIFY THE BLOOD. . attd driven aueh diie weg t 'in the ytem. Bee pnm thlet f i,nnKiiiv i if eure in all diuaics, which the umiu.if an advertiaelllent will n permit In U lltliml here. Aftuilt live them away ; they C illlalll e pugea m evruucaiea ui high cliaracter, and a Mr mger ARRAY OF PROOF of the virtual fa medieine. never anpexred. Itl.oiieof the peeullur fcaturea irf thu article lluil it liever fuilt 1 1 beneQl in any e;iae, and il h 'lie and muKle are lelt t i build upju let Die emaciated mid lingering invulid HOPE ON and keep takina the meiliciiia aa I ng aa there ia an iin priventeul. The nr mriee r wonlil CAUTION THE PUBLIC g.iinit a number of articles which e mte out under the head 01 SARSAPA1ULLAS, SYRUPS, &C, curea t'' Dr ipay, Grtvrt, Ite. i They are xl firni tlinig, and e Jiicorteit t fan me nnwirv ; TOUCH THEM NOT Their Invent ra never th wglit ia' curing aueh diienaca till this article bud done it. A particular MDdy of the pam phlet is e-trneslly S'dicited. Ageuui and all wlio w ll the article are GLAD TO CIRCULATE trrmluiUHwIy. Hut up in 30 ni. bottlea, at Hi i 12 oi d i at ftl nach llrft larirer h ililhi A na. m ire th:in IW I siiihII b It ties. ! nut aud'gel iiu'sed upon. K.very b lle lias "Vantrtml vegetable I JUi aiuiptlc Misture," m iwi up-ai Ihealaaa. the wriltrn sisiulure of '-It. C. Vaiului" imi the direct! aia, ami "II C. Vaughn, Biid di," stainped on the en. n m osner are reiiiiine freiron w w. u. Vaiuilui, and a 'Id at Um Fruifinul Otfice. Main street, Hud j ., at wltolra.ile and reUll. No atlrnti n a I veil I let ters unless post p-itd-?- drra froijl regularly e susituted 7iiiw ciwikwi i p"St pawl tellers, or vernal cNnuuuuca tl sis a HieiLlitf h.Ivi.m nf.unn.lw MllMiittMl I . meili. Oilii',.. rtv-v tuu exclusively It the sua 1 tbu artMe IJ-i Nuauusr. Nsw York city; Htfi r jsci at .u-oa, Mass.; and bv the principal OfuggtsuUirjoglwuttlM Lulled Suites and Canada, as Aguu. List of Agenu. Hi m fc ).. VTh 4eaaN Aeenl PhllanV-l-phinJ. W. Pntinf, Kuubury Issue Ge-trharl, Hrlnisrovs C. A. Wyeth, lwuburg H. I Sheeier, Milton Hayes r at .touruHcs, Mcr.vreasvuia wuat Movoy. wortnannier. land. April 1, 134-y ' 3 sv.-" aa k - 'larai - F r - -r . THE ONLT RADICAL CURS FOR CONSUMPTION ! ! ct ifuh or King's Kvi, Kheum timti, Obt-tinute d tinetua fclru tions, rimph s or Testulea n the f ice. lHut -hea, Hilep, Chronic t re Kyea, M ig Worm ..r Tetter. Ho llilend, Kuhrgetmntt and Tain of tuo D m sind joiiiw.! ubh in I k-sra, flyphi litic 9nip oinn, Hci itiea or iimljagj, tliw aes a.isiiig I'r m im injudi ci ut use o Meicury, Drop, y, f J lmpru ticiire in d.'ef la , Chr ntic C iiaii tuti inlDis-nr.k-rs. In this medicine acveral inn -rent but very potent artiel- a f the vepWable kingtl tn nre united, f -rrmn$ a c mp und entirely ilitTiireiit in itscharncer mid it perties fr in any o.her pren.iT. ti n. nnd unrivdled in its npentli n ' n tie s.-s'.cin wtien kib iing under clise se. It sh ukt bo in the Ikim-Ip f every pera ii, wh by business, r gtiu-ml c mrae m' liie. is prtMiiati mc to the very m iuy tiilinvints tint ren der lite acun, insleaJ of a bkfting, and ajuftcu result in dcith. for scaoFrr.A. Dr. Drake's Pniiacoi is roc immeiided as a ccrtuin remedy. N t ime in :tn"e i its f lilure h is ever ticcurred when free ly U8 xl ! It cu. es lite ilic ise hii I nt the a line time impttrts Vigo, 1 1 the wh le system. &x ful us iers na can never p ty t o nr.ieli aitniti n t the st.ite of their Wo d. Its nil- rificviti tn sh mid be their firnt aim ; for perseverance will acc nnpusii a cure 01 kvkx heueoitabt aisetise. von r;urpTioxs"oF thk kin. ftntrvy, 8i trhuric AfTeeti us, Tarn rs, White (wcllinsr, l-'rysijM.'liiH, fleers, Cnurers, Himniug I? "res. 6vlrS and Hi Ips, Dr. Dr tk s Piin tci'a canii i le t n highly ext lled ; it searches out the very r tot of the disease, utid permanent. ! XDI RKSTIONOH DYSPKPSI A . No medicine pcrh i s hits ever lieeu disc vercil whieh dives s ui K'li t ne t the st mnich mid c nines tin Sucre ti ii of a lit? ilt hy g intrie juice t dec mipose the fud us Dr. Drake's Panacea TtlRTKMATISM. Dr. Dr. ike's Paincen is until with the frmlcst suepeim in Hheum-itic Com pi lints, especially such nschr 'iiic. Il cure by drii'inir rut nil iniiui;ii s nud f.iul hum urs which huve iimiuiul ited in the svstem, which arc the riiiiMe of Hheu- iirttini, O ut, and SwHIiis I (he j, inis. Other reniedii s tindiiiiL's gire It-in rniry relief; this entirely eradicates the dUfwm; i in the system, even Utii the limbs and be net are urcuttiuliy swi litn. COXSL'MPTiOX Con st? mpt mx can bk cuheo. C uphs. Catarrh, Br n- 1.1111 1. ininif t xii " il, Aailltllilt Hit i I jl--'iuri; ha- rect 'rnti n, liir ii Kluth. Xurht Swcits. Pain in the side tVc. have Iwncurtd. nnd can be Willi ns much ce-t anty ua any otherdise ne. A specibe his 1 itg been s ught fur, but in v-iiu uir.il the dnte very of lr. Dr.ikc's Pun.cea. l is unki fiiui site but c.:rtnn min eltic.iti us in its operation, mid cum t n SHibly injure (he m si ih-l.c.te c iibtituii 11 We w uld e.irnes ly rec aiiiiieud iImhh ut linked to jiie it u t.i.tl md we iM-iK ve they wilt n it Icive uccnsi n to regret it. Tin s.-Kieai is cle insetl nnd nrrriiiliciit!, (he uIcitm . n the luiti nre he dil, nd the Mlu n s gradually regain their umiui iie.u it in in sirenin. lieuu tue i.iiuwuuj : THSTIMOXY. PlIILA.. D-c. lit... 1H17. DK.tli Sir : In reply to y ur jucti n ras,.eciiiig ihe u?e oi vt. uf,v h runuci'.i, i win siv, inai ai.n iuii a perit-ei iiisiwiHTver in the exietence ot u Panacea, or cure l r all didtupe, h,.wevfi v-t I liable it nmv ! in certain c luh.i tm oi the systf'iii, s.ill 1 have Ijelieved t hat u cure I rC iiniinij tii. Il would be disc Vi-re I s ner i r biter, and cuii sitv led me to try y ur iiiedtcine in Iw veiv iavetcrute taut Ury were pr ai uare I iy llie ultemliutf nhvsiciaas to !e flLMdXAKV CON!l'MIriOX, UllU UlRUIll liC-t hV till 111 118 IN tLUAULE. Out' oi the prrn 'im had teeu uii ler the treat ment of several wry able pr iciu n -rs I r n uuiu'ier ot years, nn I they n I kIi. h id II t ihui -m-d C ii-u.iiiiti ii e inbme with St lul i," aad that Hhriirmtt I'uueri ir s me time, (nit c mi l n t tie (wrui un-ntly relic veil, in bth casts me euect i.t uie inn icea n is ik-cii m ft gratil nig. Unlv f air ir live b tt:lca were m bv ne f the m rs ns bef r'e she beinin t i im r Ve ranatlv. 'The nlher t k lib ut ten. I will nily mid lliat 1 1. mil ir ns I am with c nsjuipti ii by iiilierituuce nud by eX'eiiKivc beiva i;jn as u st tidy, nnd ku iwing ul i th.' in Jti'iojH ellVits in nine cuxi'S cut often o." (nr, Umifel, mid other v p;t hit t uics, ns well u .f miuy oi me exn('oruuift.uiuHrtiaiive, I mi iiM inner ln.ve rec timietidtd ihe ie f Drake's Paiuicca if J I ud u t I een aeuuainted Wltii the iiiitrcdieiits. Suliii-i; it t iv th .t ihetie tire lec uimeudcd by our in p .pillar nnd acieutilic hvsi ci ni. ini'l in their prcKmt c iiiltiti(d stale, firm pr Isibly the bfsl ttltetiitive that has ever been m ale. The cure is in ticf r tune wi:h u Ihe ry of C mtu iipiion br.nched in I 'nn ice n ti-w years ng , by one - if her in wi eiiiin.-ui wri ters "ii iiii-dii-iue. uuil u w es:ubluhed by fuels which a. I- mil ) it i lllJ-l'inr. Very Rrsjtcclfiilly Your', I. C. (iL'XX. T i use the l uuiiaiie of an niter. "Dr. Drake's Pnuncea in nlwtiys siliHtiry in i s elfivtH never injiiri ni. It is n 't us i(tiaie it ih ii h aim r.xpect r.un. it i it 1 inhaKUU fi tun the invalid into a luuil SfClintv. II in u great reiiifdy a grund healing nnd cunilive e linn und, the irn at and only reim-ov wiucii meiiie u science ana skin lias yet prmuruu for the treat n tent oi this hit licit line n UTed malady. And il pera n iiflliete.l with this dread disease, will be jiift t mumi-it ami ins irien.is. n ne s ii wn I me crave with ut tenting i:s virtues. A Mngle b mlr, in m l e.is!s. will pro uiiee u lav ininie en uige in me e niun n oi uuy puiicut, h wevcr I w.-' TO Tllli L XDII'.S I.'idies f itfile c jiiilei ii und c nsuinative habits, and su -h us arc dehilt ited by th se ohtttructi lis whu h females me liable t nre rent red bv the iibc if a b idle or iw , to bio an vig-ir. Il is by far the best remedy rver disc vereil r weuhiy ehikireu, ami such as hive hud humirs : U inc pie iv mt, they take it. It immediately rest res the appetite, sireup-n una c i r. IS tthhiff cm lie m re surnriKinir than its invi irntme ef. feem on the human irume. Pers lis. nil weakness Hii.riai. siiude bet rc taking it, at once bee me r 'buK und full of energy under i's iuttu"iice. It immediate c 'Uiiteraeu the ue rvele sm less 1 the leuule Irmuu. CAI.'TIOX. Tie careful and see lint v n eet the ceini- hie Dr. Dkakk's Panacea it h -s the signature f Cxo. V. Stoiiks the wrtvper md nls the mine D. E it he's I ANACEA, I'lllLA." I'l Wll llltliegl'M. Pre t ire I nK bv SroRi Co.. Draircists. No 'il X'orth i u ni., r iiii iiiri'iuiu. April I, imt ly lvr llrj aooU. 7"ArKtlTr01T & HALL, No. 7J Sunt h 2i. Hrt t Vhilod p'Ua. AVE now in th nr and nre daily rreiv. il A irtK in ad itiinn to their MtoittTint as they ar rive in the New York and Philadelphia Maikets new Sprintf Dry (inndt ronsisling in pari of New Styles Spun Mo, d Laines New Stylet ndrpi in mi ip-a. I'lauM & I boice i;o ort. mode Paregi, NVw Lawns and mod Mot d Lames. Paul da c nerves, a new artiH. new t le TlStlS &C, itC. Frckch asd Scotch Gin.h am In store one of the largest attoi tmeut in Plulade'phia, from the lowest pi ice to the finest qualities, much lower man last aaon FURNISHING GOODS. On hand at all teatoni of (he year a large at toitment, boib ol Lineiit and .1usliiit, at greatly reduced prices, alto Linen Uamaska, I ounter panet tuc Shawls, Gloves. Licet &c. 1 1 f Ij Lush Black Silks, for mantillas. Viaitet. Dret set kc. A. ens & Uoy't wear of all iletcriptiont Ladiet and Gentleman visiting the city are in viled tn call and examine our I lock;. A liberal reduction made tothoi wbo buy to tell again. Philadelphia, April 1, 18 13 THE CHEAP BOOS STORE. D A1TIELS & SMITH'S CiiKar Nsw It Skcond hand liUoa bioaa, A'oeM IVcti corner of r'ourlh and Arch Streeti Phtladilithl. Law Dooki, Thralnniral and Claitiral Books, MBDICAZ. BOOKS, BIOGRAPHICAL 4 HISTOHICAL BOOKS, SCHOOL. HOOKS. Scikktific a Matukmaucsi. Co ki. Juvenile Books, in great variety. Hymn liooki and Prayet Books, Biblea, all kisM and prirra. thank Boola, Writing Paper, and Stationary, l-..0l. , t amd Hilait. IV Ora prices are much I iwac than the aantn-sa prices, I f i .iik.ii ii aiai siiiuii arccis ui in .as purcuasaa. - 8 k iniirnal 1 1 wrier ir nn Imdua. I'biUdcipuia, Airil I, IMK-y PORTEP, & E1TOLI3H. UllvtKRai'OIIMIiMIM! MKRt'UANTS Bted UStUrs la ,. ti 3. Arch St PHILADELPHIA. Censtanlly on band frnsial asortinrnl vt GROCE1UES, TEAS, WINES, SEEDS, To wbicb ibey reciliiy tuvita lb attention ol lbs public. All kinds of country piodura taken io rlrbanga lor urocc.iea or aoiw on iuinsniasioo. Pbiltd April 9, 14I aiEsnasoN. Commission nnd Fnrwnnling MBBOIlcVNTS, N. 48 Cummeru Slretl IVhaif BALTIMORE. Will mtWn and Bf II mil kind of Country Pio- ilucf Flour. Grain, ftc. N. B. Particular attention ilvrn tn the aate of Lumber. And cash advances made on con signments, when required. Apnl 1, 1848. 4m Pictorial Edition or d'Atsblgiie'r) great Work on the lleforntntlon OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY IN GER MANY. SWITZERLAND, fct Will be published or. nr abnut the 1st of April, 1818. by JOS. A SPEF.L. No 08 Cherry at. above 6th. hia apleniinl 13mo edition or the above numi'd work, with 18 eneraved illii.trations from nn. ainal designs; 4 vols in 3, bound iu extra cloth and library sheep The publisher respectfully tails Ihe attention of the trade and the public ('iieially, tn this 0'k b inf the only illnstrat. it edition published in tht Un t il States He trusts that the beauty nf Us embellishments, the strnnK and substantial manner in which it is bound, in conjunction w ith the known popularity of the wnrk itself, will be a sure tecoinmendulion to public favor. JOS. A SPEEL eeChrtryat above Cth. J. A S has also lately published, a new and beautiful Ed. lion of S-re-ant Bell's Rnree Show, a suitable book for children, neatly done up in extra clnth Philadelphia, April t. 1848 Important Information. TO all purchasers of ready made clothing, in formation i hereby given that th well known and much celebrate-l Clothing emporium, known as the riiilndclpltla Wardrobe. P. R McNutr.ta, Proprietor, If ins CWnul ifiect. between Ud and 4th it.. Philadelphia. Is a.toni.hiiig the community with liia cheap and fashionable apparel, nf every description and va riety. Vesta from 50 cents to 6 dollara. Good black Cloth or Cassimere Pdnts, as low as 3 dollars and upwards per pair, ari-niding tn quali ty. Black French I lothdresa Coats, as low as 8 dollars. Summer clothing- cheaper, peihaps. than ever was known heretofore of Ihe aaine quality. Wholesale dealer are particularly invited to call and examine the large and well got npclolh. ingnfthis large establishment, is very particu lar attention is paid to the cutting, so that purchasers at wholesale w ill be certain to get garments when they rnme to put thun on their customers, that will Tit with tas'e and ease, which is a matter nf great importance. e invite one and all to rnme and examine for themselves be fore purchasing Philadelphia, April 1, 1818-3in D AG (Hi It II F.C )TY V R U( KiMS, Ko 19S C'liCMiiiit Slrrrt, &,uth East Corner of Eilihlh tt , Pliiladi fphi'a. IJMK I'K AltS Irnin the nnnl e-t li-st i'i I" Ihe largrst :z-. einclv nr in group. The I' nprii-inr are warrnnteil in a inn, that iheir work ha ga!n. d o leiuita'ion pciiiiI to none in he w..rM. Exlrscl fr -m the Pre- : l.ifi-like in the etpreedon, chnstly correct in ilia h il ng. Lidaev The ait hue .rrive.l xl g-eit p rf.-eiinn, and one p ileri-liid ii lietier than Met 'lee & Ger mnn." Bait' nutrr Ir.t. "Adini-alit. ! n.if in? cm exceed thrii exqmsi'e drlirary."- V. S Gazette. lix'racl from the report of the Juiluc, t the ls-1 f&irnf ihe KrmMm lu'i u e l).iBiieireotvpe in fun di'i anin'-nt tlfre are rnme vi'y CHeHini iincmrm in the ex' il iii-m. and the Juiigia ihii-k IIh v s.e a umureskivo nii.irovi'iuenl in this ln.im h f llie art Thev hive not r comme iled ana- ward in f ior ..f inv nf the rnmiitni. I'UI aie i p ne.l to tank a- fint in order, il.e c.l'ecli in of Vlct;l.tF.S St (JEU.M'lN, ontaiiiii.g the tar get! number nf superior tptci mens." I nil. tlelpliiM, rti 19. ISIS. sin STEVE. RIDDLE. Screen &. Wire Cloth Manufactory, So. 48 North Front street, be'ween Murk t ana Arch street: VRTT. ATIBLPHIA. rpiIE SuhwrilxMB hxvins; in-d.-!reit iinprove 1 in th MliAVri hiiinfa. are. now msttu. f. during,, f s tipi-rior qusliiv. all kind.nf PLAIN anil UHWAIVlt51 I AU "llirj hfiiiv, mm si Sii-vis. Id Idle. Hrrren. Ac. for i.ll kinds of (irxin. See '. eisiid, Oie, SnulT, Sruch, Bm kdii.t, Vc. Foui dna' Mevrs of h upcrloi quality con-la . 1 1 y mi hand Al o laf a, VVne His'i l.'nvere, 8 .1a Springs, Twilled Wire for Spark t-ntc era. &c. Ornamental M lrc Work. Such a. Cg-s, Nu'se.v Fm-'er--, Uarden Uii ilw- nir. FI"W.-raa d. I rsini-r. Ir. II work l.n l.rspe v.... X. AI..,Wii. F. nciii i ( evi-rv de-crin- . 111. v. . . - - - - - - . on. fry Orders thsnkfuMv rcci ied nml pr mp. y ex.cu ed hy WATSON ft COX. P..I. IQih 1014 Im PUMPS ! PUMPS !! Improved Hydraulic Fiimp, Foe Wells. H'dling Mills. Furnaces, or other Purpo r. THE ru'wrlher r. pvtfu'lv annuiince t th public Ihst he is now prepured to npi-ly or. ilers lo any ext nt f" hm Patent Unuhle adini. -ucti m and Force Pumps. Thee pumps are mule nf ca-t iron, nnd Ihe wter is sucked nr fr. red through lead pit. F-r r-impl city of construe ti"n end durahilny nf ait'mn. the. are tatlly supe rior lo an. now in oe. They h ive msry advan. U.cs . ver the common pump, among which are ihe f.'llo ing j They are a cnns'ruclej that mischievom pr sons cinnot spoil th.-ir action by introducing nails nr spikea or any nihn snh-iuni e-sm na the vslvi a. aa is often done with other pnmne thereby render ing ihem uaeles till nserhsuled. They ie war ran'ed to I perfectly aecure from frosl. They ere so airsngrd as tn slT.ird ample pr .tec inn xgainsi Fire sh.-ul Ihe p emises nn Which they are ended, by eimp'y attaching a piece nf ho-e. thin" which tley will force water lo any part nf, or over, a three stiiry house. They are particularly ada ltd nr very deep wells, aa ihe leveiaie can he n re. gnlatei that a chi d of ait yeara old can wiib lh greateal ease draw water with ihem from ihe die. Ist w.llr. 'I he nhjertion a i justly urged by m ny. that m ter ia n oil.il hy atanding in pump l -gs. is rimrely obviiled in this pump, and fre.h wsii r ran atwaya te as surely ohtaiiu il as when drawn with a bucket In situations where it ia nece'sa. rv lo r.iise or force larie qunti irs ol water in giest .Ii. lance, fur auppling hoi'era in mt'la, furnae.-a. 4c .. these pumps are invalushle, a. Iliey can h made f any a in, and eip.Me of throwing fiom 15 to 10(10 gallons per minute. And to eiown all, they can be aolj aa cheap as the elieairsi. The subar.rilier bsa penl the last yesr in axp line nl nil upon and pei feeling his pumps and now note Ihrm bef -re the publ c with ihe fullil rnn fidi lice thai they w ill be Mud to answer hi de sc..pi. n. He tak' a p'ra-u e in referring lo Ihe follow ng enrapsniea and individual, upon whoee pr.mise. hi pumpa have be.en errc ed. and wh iiave eipnatd their aalisfeiion iu Ihe bighrat terms t The Montour Iron Oompany. Danville, II. Bro .mrl. agent the Blnomatmrg rttdroad lnn O m any. bloomsburg tVl. Pa.t.tn. agent j the B I ugh .ml Ready If. hi W.yk. Danvil'e. Hi.ef. Foley St Co.. pnw riil-re the Uwii ;ui'lf Berivirk ximoii P. K..", B.q . ud John l. Waituti, Esq . Danville, tie could retVi lo n-.ny i there, who have lei ted Iheir qilal lies. ImiI llie te irspectalile Arms and individuals are deemed sufflckonl. try An aranrimenl of LEAD PIPE9 constant ly band, which It be e dd on the most igas n able terms. All orde a add se.l to Ihe eu'eriher, at Moore afc Bnld'e'e F-undiy buildii.ga, or Moo lour House, Dauville, will rw hh progepi av tenlion. HOMEH f ARM ELBE. ), I, I84B tf. AGENTS to canvass for some New and Poru !. Woans, in every Count1 ihioughnut the United States.. To Agents, the most liberal encouragement is offered with small capital of from $23 to SI00 A chance ia offered, where by an Agent can make from I0 to t2!5 per week fry- For further particulars, eddresa (post paid) W. A. LEARRY, tin. 1R8 North Second St. Phitadelphit, April 1, 1848 3m TITENI, VIOI. VICt. Dr. ALLEN'S VEaB W TABLE COMPOUND, for He ctpe ol OYSPEPHIA. l.tVEU COMPLAIVT. NEM VOU8 DEBILITV. HIMOUS AFFBCT.ON8 Ac. This Medicine i offered lo tho public under Ihe tsiiranra lhat there is nn article in exietence having stronger rls'nva to their e 'n-ideinli n Br ing Ci mpoundril by a tegular (Jraduate of J. (Pr snn Ci-llege, Pliiladi Iph a, end a practising physi cian nf twenty years' sisndii s in Phihde'pliM. hi long expinrnce l s cnnflimeil him in the opinion ih it comiound medicine ws. required to prevent and remnly the d h'litstion pr ducrd hy rrsbbng in Inv, mianmille rliinstea, and In counter ict Hie prn trsting inflmnc.a of iimny nerv mis dmoider. with which ihe human ftoiily are sfflirlr I. III'. ALLF.N is well known i hisici.n. and ha usel the abeve medicine in hi" paciire f.n yrara wi-h the most -tnnishing effect, having tee tod its qiialiii-- in ahn-e FIVE THOl'SAND C;A8ES. Nn medirine ever l en i veil more fl il rring re ccmmei.dati ns from hyicina of imiiienl tt.ii d ma thui hss b. on bestowed on thi. DY-PEPStA Oil INPKIESTIOV AND I I'S CO.VSFQTJENCES. An end t Pr. f. s sor i)n-"Il chiefly arise in Hiona wh IotI either a very sedentary nr Irregular life. Aithoimh not rrgsrdcd a fnt il disei." yei if neglect' d or improperly Ireared, mav bring nn iicunble M-. hin h dy, Jnundire. Mnduess, nr Veitig , Ps'y and Apoplexy. A pr at aingu!riy att- ndarit i n it i, ilmt il may and nfieo do a cmilp ua a sres length of time without any rernisi-ion of ihe symp toms. CAUSE. Grief and onrs-lne.a nf m nd. In tense MUily, pmfue evacuaiione, exces in venery, rxce-sive use nf ptrilunu liquor, tea, tobacco, o piom. and oilier nnrcotic. iinmndeMte rrplelino, over dislooiion of the ntnmirh, a ilrficiency nf the secretion nf the l ile or giairie juice, cxpostiie to i old and d.mp air, are the chief causes of I Ms dm esse. SYMPTOM:. T.oss nf sppctite.nausei, ierl. hum, scidi'y, and foetid eructaiion, gnawing ol the Biomach when empty, uneasinre in ihe throd pni i in the aide, colivrns, chillm s, I nRUii'. Inwnesii .f spirits, pilpitntions, and d a urlted sleep." TREATMENT. DR. ALLEN'S VEGE TABLE COMPOUND has nev. r failed in alb.r dmg immediate relief, and a mdical cu e f.tr this ilis.'e. fCj" This Ve licine cm be hd nf II. B Msa-rr. Sutihurvi J. t;. M.rtin. I'nlt v He , Med r At Bickel, Orwigshurg ; am' nf Druggsts g.-ner.lly. ALLEN & WAHD. I mp irt na. Phila'elpliia. Nov. 27 Ifl47. rq ly CD II 'O1 Sia S2f 3? BT h'i power to cm all XXTtaasl SOKE SI HOKI I.nrn hum irs. tKl.M UIBiK l'lhOt)l Vt)j.US nt ili chmge then .u iii.l msl'er, atnl then heals them. Il is I'cliK le nied AH-healing, for there I r ire ly a ilinej-e ex e nd O' irilerni1. th it it will no1 b.-mfit I hsve used it fr the I at (nu-t..ii y.ar, fir all als ei-il if 'he the. I. Mliau " lion and lirr. nrnlving ihe U'oiniil danger end io-poi.s Inlil v and I ileclnr.- I f oe heaven r d llmtl. I'isl not Hi nir sinule ciee has it f.ii'e.1 m hei efit w hen ihe p i tient va . w bin the resell nf nioiiul menu.. I Im v.- had physiriiin, I -nin d in ihe profession. I hve had in-nis'er of ihe gn-pet, judge of tin bench, aldermen, lawyer., gentlemrn ol the high at erudi i.ip, and multinidcs of ihe p ior u-e it in every variety of wsy, w-d llnre lis-, hem but one . in, v nor u iernl voice rn ing S 'M Al!lter. tour Ointment i- (SOMU " In Pcrot'u's, t !d Su e, Erysepelns. Trtt- r Li ver t'omptaim. Sore Eyes, (j in-. Wore Throsr, Bmnchiiis, Broken oi Sore Urensl, Piles, el Che.i DirBia, mch n A hnm. Uppiemnon, Puio Als , .;re l.ips Uhappal Hm . Turn r. CliiU dri na Uui.ni'iiui Krupiions. Nervous Dii-rses. and nf the K ne, there is no uudiciue now known s go d. SOALD HEVD We have curulossea th.il actually di rinl ev. rv lliiiigt known, as well a II e ihility . f 15 or ail doctors. One mm told us In had epeni fdllO n hi i h IJ en without any bene fit. whe i few boxes of Uintmeiit rund Ihem. UAl.UNE-sS It will irilore the hair aoouei than any olhrr thing. HEADACHE The aulve haa cured peison if Ihe hesd.iche of 12 e.ir-' l-mding, and whn had il regulir ivrry week, at lhat vomiting ofi.n io..k p uce. lEtrntaa,Eii Ann. and Ani's i thi Fci:, are turtd ly this Ou.tmei.t with like uece. , RUItNS. It is one of ihe lest thing in the wor'd for liurii. (Head the din etions around the box ) liUF.l-'M V'l'ISM It rem .ve almoat I nnie U ately ihe mfl -mation ami sMilbng when ihe p on re i e. (U-el the Direction, i.rnui d the Box.) COLD FEET. lJoiiump'ion, Live- t.'om i Inint, l'.iin in I' e ih at i.r i Ir, biMinj r IT of the h. ir. one or the i.iher alwiy aecompai ira nil 'e.i. (Thi Ointment ia the tiu r-me.'y.) Il i A sU'ii eign of ili.rae to hve cold fee , TE TrKlt. I here ia no hing heiti-t for ibr cure .f Tetter. ... PILES. Thousanils ato yearly cured by thi, ilintineiti. . CORNS Oecisionil ue i f the Oin'mi til will ilwiyi keep Co is Imm gowtng People need never I Ir.iiit-'rd with 'hem it t'.e wi I ur i , Read Ihe fiUiwing Conimitiiication. R ceived Horn an d. reepecid -nl well know- en ii n ol Phi sJjIphu. and ll.en j-ulge for y..ui- sr.t: Phi'alelp' ia. 10 m.. IHih. 1816 T- T. B. Peter-en', Having b-en r-qnt-i1 in cie mv n inn in on ihe mem . f MLLIS TEU't SALVE, I am willing lo enumer.le so i.e .if the lam fits which I have ixpnieured in the use f ihe anicb'. In the apin g of 184S, I had an at'srk of Ery iila ni my f.-ce which became very painful, and xteudiii into one i f my eye. I ring stlendrd with try. r. my d. stress wss great and I began to be f ar ful of I -si' g niy re. Alt' ough nol niuch of a believer in what i roinmouly el. d qusck mrdicines. I purcjiaxed a h..x and made an appli.-ati.ni ti my face. To my suipiise Ihe pnin soon ab te.l, and in a we. k' time I was tut re y cured, and I firmly Iwlicve lhat il i ihe ail.e, under Providence thai cued me. From ihal time to the pre. nl. I have ued Ihe uncle aa ocess-on required. nd in evrry cse whore I have ue I it. I hve found decided benefit At or e lime, en going to bed at night, my ihroat was an aora iht I swallowed with difficulty, but by an application of the reive I wss rnlie.rd tefoe iiioini g. I have usod it in rse of horns, hruiws epr.iins, md 0 sh cute. I with llie bappiet effect, ai d una case of poisoning hy a wilj vine iu the wohU. h i Ixen dried up snd cured by a few ai plic oions From niy own experience, I would sl'onely ie con neiid it to all, as a cheap, couvouient, family inedieine I bse become so parliaj In it, lhat I expect to keep. n e n-teiii'y in my family. , . 'I h 'Ugh not ro itioua to api ear in print, yet I cannot r. fu-e to hv una commni iia ion mad. puldic if judgej hot lo serve the e ux of buinani iy. ftcapecifulty thine. , AVM AD WIS, . . Jin. S6. Old Y.-rk Idwd CAtlfMlN. K-i Omimrhi will, be gellllllli unl'sa the narn a o J sine M'Adia'er, nt Junto. M' iler cV Co., are. wulie(vwoi a ien on eve ry UI'. . . JAME M.'ALLNI EK. .. Rile prop. i. . ir wf li e e'.e m-dicina. UyPRICE: S5 CENts PEN B0X& AesiTa i J W. FRIMNO. Hui.t.u.y. rOKSVTHi WILSON A Co.. N.-rlhtonlwiland Dr WM M BlCKI.EY.Ds.ivda, J. (. I'KOlTrtE. 8el n.arove. . Y. C. SH t M EB. LrwrUir(. M M. F. NAUI.K. Milton. . . JOHN SHABPLEeMI, Caltawlaee. Feb. lihil4i.-uwly PHILADELPHIA lSDICAZri H01T3IS, Estubluhcd 1ft iMr. ag. ny Pr. KINKELIN. The oldest, surest and hest Inind o 'cure nil forms or ecrt I diaHtaail (JitflnMi of i he kin nd oliliry tthiin of youlli, t DK. KINKJU, IN, N. V. corner of 3d and Union sis., between Spntc and Pine,.i squares from the Exchange. YOUNO MEN I If ynu value your life or your health, remember, the delsy of a month, nay, even a week, may prove your ruin, both of body and mind. Hence let no false modesty deter ynii from making. your ease known lo one who, from education nd reierln1iility,e n alone h-frrend von. Ho Who plnces him elf under Dr KINKELIN'S treatment, may religiously e infidn in hia honor as a gen lemn. and In wlm-e bosom will be forever locked tho errrei nf the patent. To.t m my think they will hug thenerrel I.t their own heart, and rure them-elv-s, Aln.l how of ten iliia f.ittl deluaii.n, and how m my a pro mining you"g mnn, ho nvght have I rrn an orna ment to ancirtv. ha. faded fnm the earth. COUNTRY INVALIDS, finding il ii c-inv. n'eni tn mnke ym son l applies ti n, can. bv stating their c rxplicitly, toce h r with all tl eirsyoiptoms. (per I t er post-p iid.) Imve forwarded to ihem a rhei-t roit'aimi.g Ur. K's me dictne. a:pr. prie I sc.-ordinglv. Parkagea .if M dici ira fn wirdfd to any part of the United Stale nt a nvinii ftl's nn irr. Xy PoT r.in LVTTra. add eed lo D'. Kiv ksliv. Phil ideln' is, will be promptly a tvnd.d to. Oo. 30ih. 1817. ly LIST OF JURORS OF Northumberland Cuniny. for Apr. I Trrm, A. 1). 14. Grand Jurors. Prtaware. etainne1 Mc'Iaity. MiInn, John fin il sml. r. Chillisquaque AJi.ru K d'er. Pninli W Siarnm. Nnrtliumbcinnil. Daniel Broutigam. Sunbu y (Jide.in Markcl, John P. Puisd, Oeorge V'eter, Enq Upper Augusta. Samuel Huntei, John Burns, Shamukin. (.corse Siartxel. Frederick Mutch ler, Anron Ke lev. Win. Mc Willi on. . Ruth. Jiico'.i Giathart, rJamuel Ely, Isaac Erkrn.in, Coal.VwM KeMeltrr. 1'pper Muhunoy. John Ileckmin, Edward Enierhne. louver Muhunoy. Christian Albert, Benjamin HefT ier, Josepti Trego. Little Muhonoy -Wm Uoihermel. Traverse Jurors. Turbut.l intra Marr, Peter Dunkel. Lewis Phdip R tup, John Fox. Delaware Henry Reader. D niel Smith, Gen. firav Molomon T-urkomiller, Hugh R ed. Hid mi.n Ov ter, Samuel l ei. Win. Hnyrs, Robeil H. McCormiik. Solomon Denllrr. J,lln John W. W. od. F. W. Pollock. Mirh.el 1. mm. J. II. McCormick. Chillitquaque Csmuel Richelderfer, M'illism !avnian. Hen y Slice x. Thomas Purdor. Nnrtliumber.mitl .Charles Vau. Sunbury. Fn-drrirk Lnttrtia. Jesse B.i'in. Upper Aiiiiusfti. iiemc Fssntd. Ia. c Ftsh r .1 tne t: ip ptell. Maik 8 ack. J1C0I1 Evert Imver .tugiiita. Jo eph I i n Henry Br.twn. Shnnwhin. John Huff. E.q., Objd'nh Camp ell. Rush.-Robert Q il k. M'il.on Mdtler. Cmtl Will Fegely Upper Muhonoy. Henry Pnyder, Solomon Folk '. . Lower Million). Elijih Byerly. fie.itge Har ri. Siinun l.-i k r. J 'hll Me-nrr jr. Little Muhonoy. Jacob Rskcr, J inathun Dun kel ergrr. Winiiel W,.gor. . J ickstm.--k i ilisui Tmulman, Jjseph Batt d.nf. . .. I'i'lil Jurors. Turhtt. Pnilip B'llniv r. Lewis lohn Cl.ipp. John Wil.on. Delaware John Mcngus, Win. B. Irwin, Sam uel Foil ey. ;V linn. 0rar Ildmmand. ' ' Chillisqunqur.loUn Murtay, Charlea Oale, Willi .m Moil's h. 'oiti.--Michael Bsrnhsrt. Joi n Vandevender. Northumberland. lmn Dirffeiihaelier, Sa muel Cm. Sunbury. J .coh Martin, Andrew Durst, Dsn id lln.is, (ieo ce K.diriiar'i. Upper Ansrinla.lfhn Cooper, Robert Pursel, 8..iine Culp. tjiwer Augunta. S ic Bastian, Teter M. Rep. fer. Shamohin. Da-tiel Miller. Wm O. Kse, Wm. F-rrow, Frnlirick Adums, Henry Reply, John Frank, Duvid Mar x. Upper Muhonoy Samuel Res-ler. Lower Mahonny. Jnusthan palt, John Bade- man. ''' Jackson. Daniel Oyster, Piter Coble, John Wit. LIST OP CAUSES. IO It trial in the Cutiri of t.'ominon Pies of Nor - thiim'eiland County, al April Term. 1848, commencing ihe first Monday, being the 3d. Re.jnniii VV Richard te FranVin W PI .M et nl J W eSritx'mgei, alienee nl fiarver v. J (imvei'a heir William Simeiiton va J Shiimian & E lireen iugh P. Irr H ch'er'. eir's v Dif'ge ct llarn-t llenj imin Robins s Valentine KI na I. 'harte. II I'rtck William Fruk Henry Ma.-rr vs H B Mnsaer A Jo.eph Einelj lac-'b lie.d is D N Lake et al Hi.lrt Smi'h v Aufiiistoa & John Huey Fieeiimn II C'ark vs J. dm Scliriner I) & P R111lro.nl n vs II .y Wood (V Snyder W,n Si It Fi go ) Sl C 1 vs (ieorga He, ken I' II Wilson v Abraham Mlraub iUrl.iw Prior a Hugh MrFall , f.iuh II Comley va Win H Frym'is ftc co Clisr es PltuSat.U vs lewis Dewsri Will a-i Murray v B d x r Os-nhsrt II then D Fordsmm v Itet -j min Fordemnn (e ige Oyster a John irnharl at al Fl ti l er M ithewa v. Daniel We doer l-r.el Gttieliu v John Pinter .S.m elR.ed . vs Geo ge Ii iteilx eteib I Comly ttsl vs David M rr dr. Isaac Blown Wm D l.'eaihan v Charlr Ca r Dsniel M.llrr and wife v Ph'l p Heckerl John W Peal vs T A Billinn'on. late constaUe 8 -m va riama Myrr & Ujfon vs l.ewia Eppleeheimer et al Jiicob Le seining vs William Depuey Dentler Si Montague v I'h'i-iuin (iusb jr Hugi Be lag VS It i W Fegely KI jah 1'isnfoid va M &. P Billmyer Wm II F'yn.lre va S.oiuel Henderson Wilbsm Sisrks , ve John M. Gn nis Brautigam St Wspp'cs va C H and Wm Frick Henry Keieer . , va Ilenry VoitSe mer Batik of iVonhuiubeilaiid va Philip 8 sm'tacb (iideon Market va J din J Wa.f.irJ Urorge Hileman va Mar in St Wm Ksndtds J.din Diehl rt al va Pi ter Lax irua Mich.nl Barnbart va Wm Moritx'a aJmrs Fre-leiick Krener , va Viliism Ayr;-a For.ythr, W1I.00 & CJ s J CJJryaul h I T Cle ment Wm Pst'essvn'e aia.'nee a W MrC.y'a ednve eke M iban lorSimoiit.iu a H irkriihrig dc tlisliel Hugh IJellae. vs J m a R i's el al Mm G rner's hf i'S va. Leah Slrq cker Anlhonv tismer el af va 8ame Jacob H Rtmad- St if vs Jsme V Wm Rose R .le t M CI rk va Isssc Brown J P ll ii kiiilieg v J iiiss ttcb Amliew K me us' sd.nrs a Davi.l rtth hfckr H-nrv II Huir v Wm.McCaa'a adme D.nIUnat as U l.xer G imhari I'h.tmaa Alen Junes Cuinin.nga I'harl. a D n herty V Samuel Caldwell J ho W.ilf a Chsr'e Kuaarl Wm H Strickland va Amos E Kapp Jacob riwenk va Samuel Henderson Joiin McGiunia va Wiltwin Stirka Dr. B mttam Ueaibarl a Charles Grarbait lieorge R.ad va John L.rsK.w l .l.n II M.Miieamer e Thoins Lltd. smu IYouni t. as. J dr. M fcst-littler dx co "rhool Dt ctore of Rut(t thp va MmJ fVase Francis Gil-aon aw Jnho M Hou.el Daniel F Caul xi Denllrr aV Montague JOIIN l"AUMVORTH. Piothonoury'aoffieo, 1 . truth's Banbury, March 4, Wll - Special message ,.' Of the President of the U. States in Referents to the French Revolution. The followinir.is the message of President Polk, transmitted on Monday .to Congress, ap prizing it of the course pursued, by Mr. Rush in recognizing the new French Government which the President fully approves: To the Sena'e and House of Representatives bflhe United States: I communicate to Con grest, for Iheir info matior, a copy of the d s- patch, with the. Accompanying documents, received at the. Department of State, from tho bnvoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo tentiary of the United States, at Paris, giving official information of the overthrow of the Frencli monarchy, and the establishment, lri its stead, of a provisional government baaed on republican principles. This; great event occurred suddenly, and was accomplished al most without bloodshed. The world haa suldom witnessed a more interesting or sub lime spectacle than the peocfablo design of tha French people, resolved to secure for thsmslvi's enlarged liberty, and to assert, iii ihe majesty of Iheir strength; the great tiuth that, in this enlightened age, man is capable of governing himself. The prompt recogni tion of the new government by the represen tative of the United Stales at the French Court, meets with my full and unqualified approbation ; and he has been authorized, in a suitable manner, to make known this fact to the constitutional authorities of the French Republic, called upon. to act upon a sudden emergency, which could not have been ati cipated by his instructions. He judged rightly of tho feelinfjs nnd sentiments of his country men, when in advance of the diplomatic reprei sentatives of other countries, he was the first to recognize, so fur nsit was in his power, the free government established by the French people. The policy of the United States has ever been that' of non-intei ventien in the do mestic ailairs of other coufitrtas, leaving tj each to establish the form of government Cf its choice. While this policy will be main tained towards France, now suddenly trans formed from monarchy into a republic, all our sympathise are naturally enlisted on the side of the great people, who, imitating our example, have resolved to be free. That such sympathy should exist on the part of tho world, .and especially jn France, is not re markable. We can never forget that France was our early friend in our eventful revolu tion, and generously aided us in shaking off a foreign yoke ank becoming a freu and in dependent people. We have enjoyed the blessings of our system of well regulated self government for near three-fourths of a centu ry, and can properly appreciate its value. Our ardent and sincere gratulations are exten ded to tho patriotic people of France, upon tHeir .nobb, and thus far, successful effort to found for their, future government liberal 'in stitutions similar to bur own. It is not doub ted that, under the benign influence of frea institutions, the enlightened statesmen of re publican France will find it to be for her true interest and permanent glory, to cultivate with tha United States the most liberal prin ciples of international intercourse and com mercial reciprocity, whereby tha happineas and prosperity of both nations will be pro moted. . James K. Polk. Washington, April 3, 1843. Confirmations and AppsinlmrnU, , Washington, April S. The Senate has confirmed the nominations of Joshua L. Martin as Charge to the Papal States, John Appleton to Bolivia, and Elijah Hise to Guatemala. Gen. Shields has left for the West. He haa been appointed Governor and Commander of Tampico. , ! I ' . ,1 The ' Metidizcd India Rubber," made for the purpose of being placed under iron rails, wh'fre they have a bearing on iron or wood, with a view to diminish the wear or engines and cars, is to be tried on the Stonington route, fuur miles of which will be laid with by the 1st of May. A DisursTixa Sight. A few evening! ajro, in Cincinnati, a female, her finger covered with gold ritiRs, and her body co vered with a cloth cloak, was discovered sleeping in a stable, and so drunk that sht was unable to stand, much less to walk. Wei.i. Said. Bishop Griswqy, an Epis copal bishop, at an ordination, once said. "Bretheren, when, your minister preacher . politics, tell him he is out of his place. Jf ' he persists in it,, send him home. . Tell him you have nothin more for htm to do." The armies or France, including the. National Guards, number 400,030. Th whole passport system has been abolished throughout tKe French Republic. Necro Sitfraoe. 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