SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAM0K1N JOURNAL
General Election Returns of Northumberland County, held October 14, 1851. Official.
Judges of the Supreme Court.
IT !n 53
a 9 -
2529 1653 91 12512 1G27
121 105 103 100
2112 1735 2301 2391 2393 2 1 62 1S05 1600 1625 1570
2331 1614 2113 773
56 II I 106 117 62 151 135 90 153 98 7 114 2 151 149
76 2 143 87 143 84 149 81 170 62 121 43 169 166
55 122 119 197 113 203 132 132 166 100 31 Hi.-, 119 109
21 47 92 75 95 72 103 66 109 32 82 4.) 141 96
17 72 225 78 207 82 230 72 253 101 65 70 221 222
52 27 217 155 213 161 260 111 310 227 130 ; 2 -hj
60 30 162 95 136 113 172 84 222 62 1;)2 7(5 212 i !':7
75 7 84 77 80 79 92 63 89 16 S5 43 ! -7 ! X7
31 10 62 102 26 142 85 S2 10) 55 21 8:) I ! m-l ; -m
31 34 264 56 130 192 225 99 27 ! 77 14 5 W 5 1 i i !
23 79 219 156 H9 183 22tf 126 266 201 97 41 I .;:) I jj
7 71 152 5) 15) 51 166 44 162 90 S3 12 3 ' Hi ) i 157
31 33 46 82 6 57 77 69 53 M2 41 7 87 10) j n
J I 21 63 21 5 62 26 63 2 ) 84 6 ) 25 81 t
13 7 131 16 171 21 141 51 183 23 157 4 4 137 H7
140 57 00 216 63 213 65 21 1 67 69 1 201 65 61
8 22 27 24 1 26 22 2.) 20 4:) 18 16 16 37 32
53 43 170 125 1 162 129 j 22 67 216 109 HO 36 223 202
3 51 1 53 3 j 3D 11 55 41 2 4 55 56
773 693 21511730 i3 1 2t 13 20I51 2 ii7 1513 3067 "l557 Km n73 " 26 ' 2937 23K5
TIT Note. Democratic Candidates in Roman. Whigs in Italics. Native Americans in Small Capitals. Volunteers are marled with an
o v c i 9 it T c tu s.
ARRIVAL OF THE
THREE BAYS LAT tit 1 1'.OM El HOPE.
New YortK, Oct. 10.
Thf! steamship Asia, from Liverpool, with
dates to the 27;h of Sep'.ember, readied her
wharf at half-past 8 oYloek this morninp.
Slio brins: 12) passeneif", nmoug them
Almliime Celeste and James Wullack, the
In Brussels the artists had given a superb
ball to KiiiLt LeopiiU, in a ball erected for the
occasion, nnd deeointeil willi the finest gems
uf which Belgium can boast.
The greatest rejoicing was occasioned a'.
Mailiid by the recepiion of the news from
Cuba of the capture of Lopez ; but it was re.
polved etill to pern! out the reinforcement
di'siirtied for tl Island. The Marquis of
Mirnfl'ires has a. I dressed a note to the Span
ish Ministers nt the friendly Courts, in which
he stales that although Spain does not lesire
war with the United State, she will not heii
tatn to deelaro war if forced to do so. The
excitement in relation to Cuban nfl'airs is in
creasinj, even yet, nnd warlike threats
against the L':;iied States are rife. Des
patches have been transmitted to Wattling
ton, proles'.in in the strongest terms against
the supinctiess of ths United Slate Goveru-ni'iut.
rut: n i silt.
The contest in this County has resulted
in the election of the whole County ticket
excepting Mr. McCormick one of the can
didates for Associate Judge, who was de
feated by Judge Dentler the whig candi
date. Dr. Heck our candidate for Sena
tor, received a good vote, but the heavy
vote of Dauphin elected liis opponent J. C.
OFI'K MI. VOTK I'OII .0l ltMlH IN 1M-,
AM) OOVEIIMMI'S) VOTK l 1-S1.
Cut M TICS.
JATinn.tV, OCTOBER 1?, 151.
Kunkel, Esq., of Harrishug. IVm, 13. Kipp, BuaTcr
Esq., has been elected by a large majority. Qtaj(orit
II. B. NASSrit, Editor nnil Proprietor.
Bv Ti-i.r.crtAPii Phil ulrlphin, Oct. 17.
Coulter over Campbell in the city and
county 9500. In Chester iG.Ij. Dauphin
tS 49. We have lost (ice ol the county
members. It is thought Campbell is defeated.
lie has all the necessary qualifications to Berks,
make a "ood officer. Our candidate for Bedford,
Commissioner, after a hard fought contest Buck
in a kind of triangular fight against Trego
(Whig) and Wallis (volunteer Democrat)
came oft victorious. For Assembly the
contest was very close between Mr. Full
mer and Mr. Scasholtz, the w hig candi
date. Mr. Seasholtz has proved himself a clarion
fjy The Packets during the week of the formidable opponent, and his whig friends Clearfield,
in the Forks now say that it they had Clinton,
known he was so strong they could easily Columbia,
have elected him. Mr. Jordan has been Crawford,
elected President Judge of this district
without opposition. The whole district
(J5 The First Agricultural Fair for this Was unanimous in his nomination, and we
County, will be held at this place to day, ft.,. satisfied they w ill not regret their
State Fair at Harrisburg, w ill carry passen
gers at half price. The Fair commences
on Wednesday, the C'Jlh inst., and lasts
rr.o.vi ;s Lvr mexico.
Letters from Santa Fe to the 2J Septem
ber, co.itain the folUnvints intelligence :
On the 28th ult., tin feast of San Angus
tin the Navajoes in a lare body, made a
descent upon l tie town of Los Gavaldomes,
and, in the absenco of the greater part of
its inhabitants, who were in attendance rt
the celebration of the Feast of San Angus
tin, in the iittUo of l.sletta, twelve miles
distant fio:n the scene of disaster, succeeded
in d.iving oil" the entire stock belonging to
that community, and, horriblo to relate,
killed nine of tho citizens, and carried olT
six women and children captive.
The daring nature of this incursion mny
be imagined, when you learn that the attack
was made upon n town, which with a set
tlement in a circuit of five miles does not
number less than 2,000 inhabitants. This
attack is in strict consonance with Indian
tactics. Their plan has ever been to strike
their most fatal blows upon the settlements
immediately after tin departure of the
troops upon a campaign neainst them.
Elections for County Officers and Dele
gates to Congress were held throughout tho
Teiritory o:i the 1.4 Sept. We have th0
returns from the precincis of the county of
Santa Fe, A. W. Reynolds has a majority
over R. II. Weigtman. of 360. From infor
mation fio m other cunnlies, lew-ived a few
days before thn eleetion and yesterday, it is
believed the contest will Lea close one, and
the result i i doubtful.
(Friday.) We trust it will prove success- c!10jCP. The Prothonotary, Treasurer, Cor- Fayette,
oner and Auditor were elected without op- Fianklin,
position, and will no doubt make excellent Fulton,
Jtrifir or Tim .MTllEViE rotRT. Indiana,
The Democratic Candidates nominated Jefferson,
lor the Supreme Court are no doubt all Juuiatia,
elected except Judge Campbell of Phi la- ,'1"c"1"'
delphia. His own immediate neighbors . . . . '
ave repudiated him for his incompetency. 'P .'
themselves with the fad, that if they did This WM jllsl anJ am, aJ;, (
not whip their opponents, they at least weighl am, c,laract,r to the democracy, Uarence,
frightened them considerably. In the anJ .. . . bHlll.ri,;al ta .... nar, :,, M.Klil
I --0 -' i- ,r --- 1
the uid, notwithstanding the croakings of Mercer,
ful and interestin;
C7" In Union and Mifflin counties,
Judge Wilson has been elected over Mr.
Casey the whig candidate, alter a severe
and bitter contest.
The election being over, the win
nets of the prizes are, no doubt, exceedingly
glad, while the disappointed can console j.
meantime we would advise them to read
at. electioneering speech on our first pn-r, t,ioM ww wouJJ hg j., MilTlin
mine the sport o( political intrigues. Our i'l,l,ru i
. , . ,, , , Monluoinry,
Oposition to Judge Campbell caused the juntour
expenditure of a good deal of wrath and x, ,iam'pt(,nt
cahbaze. Our motivm were questioned .orihumberland,
and our statements denied, but the result l',.rrv,
which may afford them a lesson lor im
provement in future contests.
rjy C. W. Hr.ciN, Esq. We are pleas
ed to learn by telegraph that C. W. lie
gins, Esq., has been elected President Judge
ol Schuylkill county, by about 400 ma
jority. Mr. llegins is a native of Sunbury,
and until within the last few years, alwaya
resided here. His numerous friends con
gratulate him upon his succew.
K4 1 1
lias borne us out. We stated that .ur PluU. city Si co , 21000 251161 00000
charge ol Judge Campbell's incompetency Pike,
would be backed by at l-ast 8000 demo. P"'"'f,
cratic otes which he would loose in the Sl-m'.vlkl,,i
City and Coun'y of Philadelphia. Have
uy not heen bnrni nut hv thi rt'tnrni. .
irhtrl. .nnb ll lit 0111 V. ,t I, . ml... r 1 . ,1
limn, it v,.' -'r .iuiuiuiii.il i lauii Ona
County has also set her s.-al of opposition Union,
to his incompetency, by a vote showing a Venango,
a nil r: Ltor.
Th.; Louisville Co li i it; r of the 8:h instant
The papers llirongh liio country lire notic
ing with favor llm veidiet of leu thousand
dollars lately reeoverej in Ileniy county, in
this State, in favor of a young lady, in an uc
tion of dander, as a strong indication of the
high moral lone of the community where the
cause was ti ied. It may be proper to add
that, j sua:i as hi veidiet wan rendered,
Ihi fair K"iitucky plaintiff, scorning to re
ceivu lh money of the defendant her only
object being itio viu.lieation of her name
from tho calumnious aspersions of the du
fdiidaut Jiieeled her counel lo enter a re
tnttliliir for rriiuir.tt of the ver.liel, save
what wouU be anilieient to compensate them
fjr their serviee. Up'in consuhatioii they
coilSiMited to be ialitiei wiih five bundled
dollars, an. I in aecO'danca with ilia instruc
tions of th-ii client, ru'.eaied the defendant
from ilia payment t!" the- i.nm tiound five
hundred il )!lar.
On Tuesday passed off very quietly.
The weather was fine and the turn out
good, and the result is, as we predicted, a loss of We trust the lesson will Warren,
large majority for lligler. On Tuesday prove useful in future nominations.
night More- we had finished counting off
the returns in our own bos, we were re
ceiving the returns of our neighboring
towns. What a revolution the Telegraph
lias tllected in this matter. A few years
ago we were kept in a glorious state of un
certainty and excitement for a week. Now
imtal (osr:qi r:ci: or tollv.
An occurrence, which happened nt a
young ladies' seminary in New York, i
mentioned in the Times of thai city, which
presents another proof of the folly of iudul.
giug in ihe thoughtless practice of attempt
ing lo frighten others. Two of ihe young
dying VU.WS or Mil. r.u.mii N. Michigan Kaii.iuud Conspirators. The
Washington, Oct 13. Kalamazoo ( Mich ) Teh-graph says that Dr.
The Charleston paper publish a letter Farnham und another of the prisoners, while
fmin the linn. Joseph A Woodward, of on their way to the State prison made a free
South Caiolina, in which yhe Mutes Ihat Mr. and open confession of their cuilt, in thf par-
Calhoun in his lest bonis made known to ticipalieu of the bnrnina of the depot at De-
several friends his despair of preserving the tmit, and slated that tint only u!l of them
Fedeial Government, and his conviction tha' w ere iMiilty. but that there weie oilieis deep-
resistance lo the then pending measures of
the North, if ihey were carried out, would
become the duly of tint S.iulh and of each
single Slate of the South, even if no muio
than one could be found willing to act.
LtTrnt rnou tiii: l.ite col. tniT
Washington, Oct. 1 1.
The llcpublic this moiiiioL', contains the
following letter from tho Ule Col. Ciitlendon
tu bis iiiicIl- :
Ship of Wat. F.i-erarza,
August 10, 1 S3 1 . (
Dp:ah. T.5CI.K Li n fj- moments, sums
fifly of us will li shut. Wis came with
Lope. You will dome tho justice to be
lieve my motive for comiu; win a ijnod one.
1 was deceived by Lopez lie, as well as
the public, piess, assured me tin; Island was
in a slate of proprGtt revolution. I am
commanded to fini.-h writing at once.
W. L Cr.irTF.Ntr.
I will die likr- a man "
To .1. J. Caittkxden, Attorney fteneral.
The Ileptiblie make somo veiy severe
comments i.pon the course of tlwie preses
w ho incited the expedition.
Tun Havana Con-i-i.siiip ft is announ
ced that Chalice C. Lauydon, Esq., of Ma
bile, has been appointed United Slates Con
si. 1, at Havana, vice O.ven , removed. Mr
Lausdun is a l uioii WIhl', and a ('-n t It-mo n in another column,
much cMccmt-d in Mobile. Ho is the editor
of the MoLiilo Daily Advtitiser.
16S225 I6S522 000000 000000
The majmity for liiyler thus far aceordinK
to the above is ahout 5000. Eighteen coun
ties lo be heard from. Jtigler will be elect
ed by about ten thousand.
the news is conveyed by lightning speed, ladies in the institution were engaged in
and before midni 'ht on the day of elec- lheir own room, eonveisiny upon llui science
fun, we mav frequently form a fair t sti- of anatomy, in tho course wf which one of "
mate of the'rcsult ol the election in the 'h''"' proceeded to relate some cxpe.ience Jjl illaCJUCUC ClCCJVapl).
. . .. i-liH had (ounerlv ucouireJ ill a dissectius-
State. hile watching the result ol tne i . i i
o " room. J st ti the conversation reached
count, for Judges in the Court House, some of lho (jom anJ
one conies in and announces the vote for a0!iorof the inmates iff lho w-iuinaiy cn-
Cwernor in Danville, in a few minutes al- tcred with slow and solemn liead, bavin-; a
ter, the result in Mauch Chunk, Allentown,
Mineisville, Poltsville, &.c, is announced.
Shortly after another dispatch announces
1001) majority fjr liigler in the Northern
Ubeities. A green horn present, very
complacently inquires if these were the re-
white &b -et w nipped tibuut her form, and
her face powdered lo perfect whiteness, her
jut black huir, ejenauJ blows presenting a the last piarter.
' , . , . .! i. ... . The Piesident sent Consul Owen Ins recall
CUIIUUSl w mill t;ivu riuiuut ii v r.i in a iu
her uhost-like countenance. The lady who
was rrlatin; her experience, as already sla
ted, is said to be mentally superior to any t.f
Commuhjhb I.kwis Warrinoton, of the
U. S. Navy, died at Washington on Sunday
illuming, after a painful ilhiet. Ho was a
native of Viiinia, und had been in tint ser
vice iliiL-u 1S00. IL) was a yalUnt officer
and much est.-omed geutlemnii. IU ateod
third on the list of Put Captain.
Tne ceiuu of Dunkirk, the terminus of
tha New Voik und Erie Hail Hoad, fchow
population of 3500. Six months ago it
titl 500. t'o.r other tn.vut can ihow so
i tollrW.i ICI.M4
nish. Some of those without, however,
had frequent occasion to refresh their mem
ories with something stronger than water.
The night, however, passed off very har-ifciniouslj.
Th Friends of fien. Butler in Kentucky
tiniiie him for the Prenidnnry
Iv Sir plicated who had not been in rested or
even suspected Their names he did not
Mit. Weiktkh. The lijsion pap-rs say
lh.;t meetfmes lite itl"iil to be taken lor
the ;iss-inhliii( of a l - ivi-niion ut Kauenil
Hall for the nomiuali-m of .Mr. Webster
for Ihe Presidency.
l!.i:ifl ind's (Jerm.iu Kilters, prepared nnd
ild by IV .1 eel; -on, at ill-- German Medical
Slo F!,'l20 Aich street, I'li:la.lc!plii.i, daily
increase ia th-ir well der ived eel-i i!, for
the cure of aii diseacs ari.-inu lio:n d- riiua'"
inent cf the hver. Th'-se hillew have, in
deed, proved a bli'ssiim to ihe nlllieled, who
show liieir jisriniile l ihe mol (lallerni!!
ti-li-iloni.ils. This me Heme lias eMahli.-.h-ed
lor itself a name that eomp-i itors, how
ever wily their schemes or s.-docive their
promises cannot n-acli. ll yaiue.l tile pnh
I ict eontidence by the immenee tienelits that
have been deiived from it, and will ever
mniiitain its position.
AN'OTHKIl SCIENTIFIC WONDEli '.
PEIVIN, Iht True Ditslim f'l'tid, ord'ustric
Juice ! A ar.-ul D .spi-psia Cnn-r. (in paied
1 1 on i r.-uiii-l, or the I 'hi 1 1 h Stomach of the (,
litlr diieeliuiis of Pnon Ln-t-ij, the :-ieiit
Plnsiolot-ieal Ch-mi-'. t'V J. S ll-injli'oit,
M.'l), N.. II Ninth Eiah'-ll Si reel, Plnla.b I
J'hi.i. Pa. This is a Irniy wonderful reiue.ly
tor Iodide,.: inn, Dv-pepia. Janndier-, l.iver
Comp'auit. Constipation, and D.-bilily, etiriu;!
slier .Nature's own method, by Natnie's own
ai-iit, l In; Itastrie Juice. See advertiseiui-ut
S lir r'iy eiwn that the suhs.-iilur li be
atuioinlcil nil Au.liti.r to Iiuilil the nrn.ui.t
nf Mint P. Sctiplmm ailtu'r of Martin Irvin,
i-cr'il niul lo i'1'i'iii linn t ! ic itscis ainonj tit
rrrJilnrs ol's-.iid ilrc'tl. Jfr will thrrrforo attend
at his t.nice f.-r tlmt purpose, on Su'tirdav, the
1st Jay of Novt-inl.rr in-xl. wlifi all iutereatad
fan attend if tnry think pr-iper.
C. .!. Ul;l i:it, AuJitor.
f-'tinhun, Oct. 1, lts.M 31
A LI. orgsnieil Filiform Companies in th
first Hri.caile of the Kth Division of the Pnn
svlvntim Militj;,, a-c requested tu meet at their
Armories or their osu-.il places nf meeting, on ths
i'nih inst., to elect hy hull it. one pe rson to aer
a liriMde Insprrtor, for the lal nice of tha pr
ill order of ihe Major General,
' C. C. WATSON, Hrij. Can.
Oct.iher it, i m; "it. '.:
COLD t AUTHALIA.
The Itov. Mr. Clarke, u skilful peolooist,
speaking of the I depo-its in Australia
'In the first place, il is tu b f noticed l hut
C'il-1 is one of the most universally distribu
ted ineials in rocks of a certain c'as, and
th.it -here is scarcely a river of nny volume
upon lho face of the glolu- in which it does
not exist iu small (!inuti:ics. the and. and
Uiavels of which will pay for the washi--;,
prnviden llu-y yield 24 i;rs. p, r ,.,t.
This ocntlcmaii is of opinion tli.it ihe
anrifeioes leoion of Au-Uia!ia i- verv exten
sive and eoi rsptiin!s i i i s meiidi,n:s wi ll
lb Ui.il and C.ilifor-ii.t Cordillera. As eti
ileece ho a Id.ici s the f lloai' fact never
before livut lulled :
"If we look at Ihe -jtohe, we shall find
that iii lonyitiide of about 149 ih-erees or
150 decrees east ex'ends I lie- mi Idle or lb
ni-ri lian chain of Australia, pnalleled by
similar c!;ni;s bavin-; sin-i'ar axis iu S un 1 1
and i i West Australia. Kvteily ! 1 deurees
from tlii- main Australian clniin occurs lho
nin ileious Uial in CO det-iees east, tin I
exactly DO degree IV. on Ihe same chain oc
cur the ninth and souih auriferous mountain
of California in 120 decrees west. The
fourth qnailrantal meridian fall nlouj; I liri
Atlantic, between Biiizil and Africa, both
aui iferons rc;.'ion "
And he adds :
"Hy personal surrey, or by the assistance
of numerous kinds friends, who take an in-
Snuluiry, Oct. 1S, H51.
Aiiinimt nf coal luonoh! to Suubui y, over
the Ptiila-I -Iplii.i and Sin. bury Railroad, from
the Siiamokiu Mine : " Tin s.
For ihe last week, 773
Per last icpoit, 17.C02
IXtktc ol" Kl'IIM till l il iWO.,
"JfO TICr. ii hi-ii:liv "iv-.-o t!iat letters Testa
' incntary have her n ui allied to the aubteri
heis. on the estate of Kpl.i.iuu 1'. Shannon, !-t-'il.,
late of the Ifo eo.-!i ol .NorliiiuulierlaiiJ.
Ail pe..ns indelae.l lo s.iid e-lalc, or hatirif
rlaiins ii - liiist the hjuic. are requested t call
on tae suhs.-ii-H-rs lor s"iie.ueiit.
No.t'aunihi-rland, Ot-t. 11, ISM (it.
'311 K period for Hie fall and winter's supply (
l-.ishiou.i!i!e chiilun has at i i -ecl. To meet
the c-xl'-aoriiiuary increase of luisicess at tliiv
time, Messrs. IJ i. khill A Wilson, of Philadel
phia, have ma.le Ine most e.trnsie arrange
inenU. nail th'v uo-.t Lac the larite-t, hesl and
cheapest lot of fa -hioiwl le i loiliin- j be fonnit
any wherein the rilv, a' ihrir store. No. Ill
('liestutit street, corner U I'ruiiMiii Place.
Orlohcr 11, IS."!.
TOTK E is h'-ieby yivi-n th.il a Speciaf
' Court of Common Pie.is. in nod for Ihe
County ol N uihumljeil.i-id. to coinmenee at
!h- Conn II -use. i i the tKinuih of Sunbury,
at 10 o'clock, A.M. on Monday lue 27i'ht
div ol O.-Kil-er 1551, and wd conliime ONK
be punctual iu
J.iiois aie r
iioree.,1.!'. to Hi.-
Given lo: in
, al I iii
h .1 ..I S-- dunv, the litis
. .V D. I I -.i'ii.I the In.
ic I.', i .-.i Stall s of Amer-
u.oi: v e-illh.
1 hiIadh'-iR t'n-r
,)i It. S.r. 1
Fl.ofR AM) Mmi.. The m.iik-l loi K (.1!
is dull .u.iiu. S .i in In t I tu.iii'U, I'M sioci,
an- h.-. at S4.12J pi-rb.nr.-l, Inr i kikm!
S ilos fur eil use at 5?j S7..S I. E'ra . i.r is
-, t la hclj
i Id at 1 50.
livt: 1'l.ot.ii. Is veiy dull.
P. -i.n. is held
ii ill ilen aud al
r.-. I at sic:
Cows Mew.. Peima.
WllEAT Sales of Peima.
pri ne w bile at S I., NO
t. s I i d.-ui. in. I, sales at 05 c!s.
Ci-hn. Tie- sunplv iiboul eipi.ils ihe de
mail. I ; ellow comimiiuls 63 4 cis.
Oats Are veiy dull; a sale Peuri. at
Whiskey. Is dull ; sales of bids, al 22
cts, ami of hil ls, al 21 a 22 els.
Ocl. 15, 1851.
filtAl.N. We note utiles of Maryland and
Vryini.i Wh-iils to-day at 73 a 75 cts. for
j;ii(i I to prime reus, und 76anO cts. tor youit
Poii'.ias -V -
Coin, f r S.-ia! '"i.rni
I' (Vl-onu- il f
( 'lui-U.in i.'o'i.uu
ti I' Tvs.m lor Jo'
W in Met iO.v
Plait iV ri-.ii
M..u ,V -ho!,er
Cieorife I'h-kcrli.' atha'r
el II Wm4
i "a J .r 'a i S HuaUt
lex J.inl in
U :a f' 'i vi John lliters
;ei- I !i:t!cs IKuisel
i.i Ki. It trd i.io.hiian
i'Ho;i vs paniel 1.. s-clmees;
vs .--I'liiel Jarret
ii It t I 'iiiniuin;
ts lleun Mas-tr
1 s I -amel llreist-arh
ts J.u-uh K Trejo
vs John Knhr
For the Sunhury American.
soiTiiriti H tm.
BAi.TlMoar, Oct. 10.
About $10,000 have been found in Ihe
Dead Letter Olfiee, at Washington, duiing
teres! in in v humble endeavms lo advance w hite, and trO.if'o els. for family Ikmr while.
th.i process of science in this colony, ( i!J-'1' '' ' " PJ ''-'"ts for both
', , , , w hile and M How- A lot ol very pi line new
have had at one lime or another under my xvhj() U) ..,nl,it ,hi: fst of tr.e
hands collections of rocks Irom almost every sca-on, was sold on Saturday at 75 vie.
We quote Oat al '41 it 35 els.
(ic.) C M.-Ki-e vs Joseoh I.oin;
riarali Slilv.el vs Samuel S NheJJsn
S.iiue vs Ja.-o'.i .Vtit.cl
R 1) C'uniiiiiiii; vs TIhw .V Ma.-key
Kaker &- Co lor .lacoh 1'lnoiiV s Henry Conrsrf
tieor-e V.. (iihrij el al vs lVter Warcy
Isaac Tyler KM s.-v.lol'a ailm'r
s-halVn.;.- A. Zeilcr ctal vs 'l'hos Mackey
tico lvstcr for Mar- , .
. ;,. vs hit u- Ciicenougli si r
Wm Mrller vs George Forrester
JOHN FAKXssWOKTH, Protli'y.
Protlxniotitrv s Olhce, )
fJunl.UTV, Oct.'ll, ISiil $
The Chaileaton .Mercury attribnles the re
Mill of I he electron in Georgia lo Fe.leral pit
t : onaa and cajoleiy ; and, Georgia having
deserted, South Carulina is called upon to net
first, and ask for co-operation aflei wards.
The New Orleans papers, of Jhe 3d insH.,
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turns ol last year, anu regarus wiiii wo.mer )ie, u.nes, and noted for her st.eiigth
and amazenn iit the announcement ot Hie cf ,iml ami fieedoin from nervousness and
result from distant quarters. The tele- absurd i-ensibiliiy . So sudden, however,
1. ,,n;.-a ni il.ia i. lace was rrowded all u:m iho ni-iin-o.-ieh of tiie lioure. iusl al a
nicrld. and the instrument was constantly mom,-.,, when her mind was leas, prepared r-'ved lo-msM, are bar.en of news.
Click L from 10 o'clock at nirht until fur anything associated i... tho,,,,,,. of , he The ,a ves,,,,. New, publishes u lelter
i . Z. and throughout Ihe next ITJ .. ?! ! ..J" l"'
, ,c IIP v he fell senseless to Ihe floor, and awoke to ' ' "' ""s - -
day. Our youn friend, Samuel J. I atker, ,1011 0f lhe failure of Ihe Compromise mea-
was kept so busy in sending , and rece.v.ng anxjoug Bl,euiUljU ha, reasml ,)uJ (i sure., and a propo.ilion to decide the Slavery
mesa2e, that he entirely forgot the fact iuh Ueus of the mental wieck. Al question, once for all, by un amendment of
that a bottle of pure cogniac, was in the ju4t ,lt;count4 no t,a,ISa was disi-oveiable in ,lw Coustituiion.
adjolnlnir room, such only tur i1'"'"1' lho distressing symptoms of the unfortunate
Jerry Walker of Philadelphia, nearly op- jjhI, und there is little encouragement to
Dosite Javne'a Buildin. knows how to fur- hopo that reason will ever resume its scat.
- mL , , i i
tins occurrence, 01 course, lias pruuuceu
much distress, Loth iu Iho seminary and iu
Ihe families of I he respective parlies.
available locality between Cape Howe and
New Guinea ; and I am prepared with evi
dence, some of which will appear in the
Report I have been long preparing imf
which, but for the pressure of my more sol
emn engagements, would long ago have
been ready for the press)- to show that what
is now known of the Uial ami of tho Cali
fornia Sierras may be piedietcd of unr Aus
WHISK KT'. Sales oi Penua. bbls. at 23
cts., an, I ol hhda. 22 cla.
eiEORGI.l l LKCTIOT.
Ciiarlmton, Oct. 12 W hive at lengih
definite lelurns of the Congressional elec
tion in Georgia. The Union candidate for
Congress are elected iu the second, fourth,
fifth, sixth, seventh ami eight districts, and
the Disunion candidates in the first mid
Ihir l distrii-l
Tut Hillotype A fine specimen of Ihe
art, known as lho Hillotype, or colored Pa
linvneotj pe, is on exhibition at Albany
The Aryus sa r.t it : ' ll is a view of
Mr. Hill's mountain home, with ihe Catskili
for a back ground, and a watoifall in Ihe
fore-ground, presenting a beautiful landscape
tinted by the new piocess. Nothing can
exceed it in finish, and no effort of art can
imitate so well the aerial perspective which
is here piesented in entire keeping.
Trie Fi.owr.a or Politeness There is
now grow ing, ut a iiinsery-giound in Chelsea
a Yictoiia Kegia so gigantic as nearly lo fi!
lip the garden. A person of ceremonious
habits, in passing the flower, put it gently
aside, exclaiming at Ihe same time, ' No.v
then, bv vnnr leaf ''
rsu.NiuTiY pith r: Ci nUKNT
Wheat. - - 9
Kir.. - - .50
I'lini, - . . 50
Oats. . . U7
HiTTaa. - IS-
L.iii . . . 8
PllHK. ' 7
F'm i in. 118
ffirtiLtii Kiss. - 10
Dhilh Ai-i-Lta. .75
Do. Psacuss. Sot)
FAKjIER' U BIF.niAMfS'
OU ar roBiinmulcil le meet i"
Market eiijuure, Kunhury, oil
MONDAY, 20th of October,
st 9 o'clock, A. M., fully equipped
Vy ouler of the Captain,
SOLOMON' STItOH, O. .
fiuihor)-. Slept. 57,184 1--
iOR Special Court, Octoher Silli, Anno Do-'
Setiufsr. Henry Ha.inabach, Willisas
N'oHTiienBiBiAin. Geo. Hvert.
DiLiwmr.. Samuel Mct'arty, Peter Kuhnts,
I.kwis. Samuel SImhiioii, Michael Shads.-
Ti khi'T. Charles Kiddle.
Km nr. John Vsn.leven.ler.
I 'a i us uc Geo. Hennri.
L'i'pkb AiGtsri. Jacob Lckmsn, John
Coor, Join Hmilh.
I.cntf.r Ai'gl'sta. Wm. V. Silverwood,
Rish. Win. Yastine. Henry Weaver.
SiiAHOKis. Christian Uoul.ijh, Jacob Nos
ker, James Yocuni, Koliert McWilliains.
Coal. Stephen l'.im-nliart, Philip Sumbacli,
I.uwi.a Mihonot. Nicholas Eingaman,
David Main, John Keihl.
Ji iius. John W ert, Peter Ferster, D'aniar
Zarlmiin, Daniel Swarti, Henry LaUhs, Jr.
Chat. Kulhaiiiirl, Geo. Ilarmer.
1'eri.a Maiioiot. Jacob llofli.
"T Ol" are commanded lo meet in Mar
ket Square, isunbury, oil
MONDAY, 30th of October,
at 10 o'clock, A. MM fully equipped h
drill. Hy order of the Captain.
geo. ouniWT. o. n.
iinrn-. Her. 1 U IS;1
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