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SUNIJU11Y AMElUOAiN AiND SHAMOKhV JUUJliNAL.
vEcucsponiHucc. Fottheuntrarr mlcaa. Taot.T . , Dec. 5, 1851. 'A rVss-n bsmiln tea msni'im vt And Ni'e hi n """ 1M. Editor "'' m ""'H' ncni. ced at themouee of Mr. Gray, a mile or two .ftlwvVTroiit Run, mid within hearing of tin murmet 0f Incoming Cree k mine host is one of Ihe Old Setlleis, ami a due decendanl if the mighty hnuter Kimrnd. ft is do. . liuMIul, after Ilia fatigues and labor ol the hunt, to draw around llie blaring Hip. and listen to some of his thrilling in idem ol other ai d fur tiff days. Around are the everlasting hills, nstiti itm all sorts of fantastic forms, and filling the mind of the beholder with feeli n of admi ration and awe. Here and there Mime pnHk throw it rugged form along, the sky, while on Hi tops, and in the dim distance elands the tall pine as a faithful sentinel over the charming scene. Our little parly conils of three persons, all ardeal lovers of the hunt and arms, tomed to its toils mi l fatigue. As good luck would have it, we had hardly been Mated in our new quarters when the sett ling announrement wn piven of the close proximity of a Bear. His lordship had been feasting rather abundantly fiom a choice lot of sheep near a iieiglihoiimr cottage. An invitation whs kindly ofleied vis to join the pursuit, and ou an will in ngine how eagerly accepted. A loud whistle sunn gatheied round us a dozen or more of dogs and oir we started for the hills It was mil long before Uriiin wns loused from his l.iir and the quick sh:np baikiug of the dugs told us the course of llight the game had lakan. We followed on hill ufler hill ui iissed, ami quickly left behind. Now mid ilieti n wounded din; came limping hack, to crouch liembling; lit m-r feet, and then bung tip thxt rear. At length the balking became tearer and more distinct, and we honied forward expecting to find the game tieeil. Rut not so, for on rounding n certain point we saw the Bear sealed on his hind leas, nt h distance of a few hundied yards fiom lis. The dogs had pressed iiiin loo close, and he was compelled to turn and battle fur his life. He had just taken in his arms a favoi itedog a half hound mid half setter. The poor fellow seemed to know I lie pnil ol lii condition, for he how led inewt pileonsly and turned his eyes toward lis, as if fiom thence tilone relief could come. Ho was not mistaken ; for even then the iinening bullet was on its way, while, tin t-haip crack of the tille sent its echo down the valley. A stream of blood fiom the b.o k of the neck told how true the ball had rallied, lie sprung a few feet into the air, leleasing at the aame time the d g fiom lu embrace, gave two or three mail growls and daiid off into the thick laurel, and was soon lost from view. We traced him by the drops ol blood until nightfall mid tiieu lehictautly gave up the chase till the following; morn ing. Wo were somewhat surprised to find in our rambles, a great number of fresh oil tracks, and once in a while we eiieonuteied the skeleton of a deer ; thus showing lhi.t they have other enemies to shun besides the huutpr and his rifle. Theie is one spot that I will designate as Wolf Hollow where ihe wolves had beaten the snow as hard ns a rock, and scattered around, were bones and hair, and other sign of a general massacre. They must have met it. council, and had a regular feast followed by dancing and o'lie amusements. A fiiend suggests it may have been a Thankgiving repast, and lh.it lh- had assembled on the 27th of N.iveinbei, according to the proclamation of his Em'i . Irucy the Governor of Ihe Coinuioiiweallh. I wonder what action would hae been li.nl if the high sheritl of I lie count;, at the 1 cad t f hi posse had appeared among ll.cm, and iad Ihe bounty law, we think there would have been some sudden leavetakings to I iris unknown. Our last days html was more successful limn any of the previous ones ; and also tilled with amusing; and pleasing incidents thai time cannot efface from memory. We weie routed from oiw slunibet Inns before day I draw aside my .curtain and looked out on the rQiigb bleak hills. They looked ntts'e. rinaa at such an hoor, and seemed like im meuse itiauts sleeping in the cold mo ciligh . I fell ho bitter cold the air was w ilium , and began to think all hunters a eel of fool-, and winded the deer a tlinuiud mdes iiiia). it ia singular what a different view- I took ol thing from that of the past evening, sound before a warm, cheerful lire I was poudei ing in my mind what plea would bent r. rose me from the day hunt at least the eaily patt of it when my cogitations were abruptly cut short by my two companions. They look the mailer in llieir own hand a'ld settled it to suit themselves. I was very soon armed, equipped, and I'tit.iidiug cheer fully over the vet) hills on which a lew inc ident Define 1 lonked w i It such honor. I was much amused nt n j ke, one of our tarty L'laiiiitt'l ut my epciie. He chol a fine fawn, and a il lav xvoiiudcd on Ihe ''vuuj l.J as if it had not been ruined fjni ilp uigbt " pse. instead of passing a kiwfe ai-gss Ihe thmiW of his victim, my ffiaad ealie4 -tuudty idea was l 'jap a ep ftuif Lis 04ii uijii. Mini thus d;. iny atieiijiou o t&e sp'ii; .'imkii g of eourso I ul.i ii I fefije o lj;ie h''. The table, buwevef, rather turned upon him, lor before t came up ihe Jrrr bad p'liu aay on three le, and m spue of nil nor ufler -fuijs, II' cn-iped. The juke would tiavir been a cspi'id one had it juuved miici xfnl. have nui' tb'uitiht tbal I mihl lca fid lowed ai ilhinliiou ejample and like Jnt-k Falstulf with Hoti-por on bis t siW, rsnied my gam U camp and i jajflicd it a my own Iroptiy. I'eihaps I weary yaw, for I feel as if lhi letter wa emended beyond a pruper leugtb. But if man would find liu pli-nsme and recreation from business; if tie would por aesa himself uf heartfelt emotion; and feel Ihe "exulting- thioti ;" he most join hiinsell with a few t-bm spirii and bio away to 1ie &id ami mguntain. He must bear the ojKiuing of Iba rbasa mJ b W at the dealb. The heart iws i s misuivii g ns th' wounded Deer pHiilini; i...d exhausted makes a last faint slingul- f. r life, t s loi.k even in death it gentle and kind, and while the sharp knife ia passing across its thrust, ami ihe thick film settling on its eye, we almost turn away fiom its mild and fomiving guze. . Tiuly jours, VIATO. SUMiUUY. ftAHHIt.lY, li;( hl Ul.lt VO. II. B. MAi:it. Kililoranit PrsprlsUr. V. II. TAI.MKIt itmir iiuth masi-il uitpiiI t in-cmv" M'iiilinii and mlvertisiiiir lit IihoIHci', in I'liiludt-lpliiv, Nrw lurk, HjRt in anil M.iltinitire. To AnvKSTinKis. The rirciilnli in of t!i imhury Ainrirnn nmliK tlie (lifTWrnl t twin nu lli 8iinr)iirttmiiin i ii-tt eif1e.l If enii:il!eJ Ii) miy ijer tntilinlieJ in .Virth rn reiiiisylvania. TIIU XKYV roTAK l.V. This law wt-ni into ooeration on ihe flr-l day of Jtil i-,st , ui'd w ill up-iate to the In!, louius effect i poil the fNBCSV AtK!!lCA!. 1. Snh-ei ilit-is will r.-eiive it r mall, in N'lll I h.llllhi'1 l.ilnl Count;. FHKK OF nTAIiK. 2. Fur a ilislauce not t-xcocdinu fifhj miles il fivk tK NTs per iiiailei. 3. Ovei liltv nod not exceediuu three linn ilrcd miles in ten ck.nts per quartet. 4. f)wr three hundred uml not eveeodiui) one thousand inilei-, ol fiftkkn cknts per aiiiinni. i;lITOIf S TABLK. Ilnslilrs ollrs. AnTftra'ii tloim Gstkite i.' reillv nn pxrMrnt liurtiy innriint. Its r iln iins tire weekly Ink-! witt interest uiit. iiinfriletive mid n'titi.t'i? inntter. nnil Itii p'tilnrittl ii.:)MrT inent in lite li.nulfl nt T. 4. Arthur is just wliiil ia eten. ti.'il in a faintly JlHT. Tlie t 'tie of Itie pnper is liiulily tn.iril nnil e'u e. It is pnlilinlinl liy T. S. Arllnir & C- . 1U7 Wiiluut -it. I'lMtii.leliplii i. til M per niniiiin, l-'nr St Itii ui(Hr iuh! (i.'dey's wilt t sent f r nne yenr. Copfy's I ao's Poo--. f'T Jiitiiiriry. M-r,?, tins rnmle lis np enniiiee II is n m il K 'li-i-nnr ntn -ii- Ii v lis. tn'. Ii--it me! Ssirktin-r in art aiel Ittenitnre. Five lie.nitii'11! ei-crcivinp npj etir in nnes-iirMi on us iniiny rnfie."' nml nre f. II. -Weil l.y one hllliaiell epea rif leOer press, e llt.'llltine nrriiiuil elFitsi -ns of ff'fteil mini's Ttie liril'ti-s f nir l'ltl is a lienn il'nt tine encravine. ol fie itistinet t.ietnres 'riie llat'Py rnnii!yM is enaniveil in (ietii irriph n new uml rart style. ('Kiev's begins the yenr with t-rielt j pr-speets f.r i.s ptitnms, nn.l ll;ey nre seeitn; wi h e"ti- j sai nsness I'm! it nlwiiva fnttiMs its pr tuisrs. rte-lt sue. epeitiitff ntlii.tier exeee Is its preiteeess r nml n one e in . tell wh-it wi;l e 'lite nex'. We mil nlwnys re'y nivii nn ni-reentile surprise. Tlie llih!e is 11 tHk "f Wi'-lis" I is G tey's is ihe itiniT'izttte nf iiifi-izines. jy M Rsrs. C;vtlib' and Fulb r have our iliaiiks for favors from Washington. We have a telegrajiiiic report that Mr. Clay has resigned m seat in the Senate. (L?" lit. nharian Funds. The amount so!, scribed up to this inorniii is SOJ,000. CoriL. Tuesday nnd Wednesday were exceedingly cold (lavs, as all in lhi neighborhood very well know, and when we chronicle their severity, we are writing for posterity. Newspapers, aceilain nii'i. Vrofyearsafierthedateof th' ir publication, i come more precious and prized than any o'l). r prin', nnd the un rctiry, at the shady i le of our otlice, on Wedneg lav niorniug it sunrise, touched 10 degrees below z, ro. Of course Ihe Susquehanna is closed, as to its surface, with ice. i It '.'iiiil.v r.tio rul n Of the "Panii'y Pieshyterian" is down pun ii f r praising the quality of I'm'. Vmlerson's gin a id spiakiti in hih tern s if champagne ice. Ilainr a !iely re- Oxlledim ill our brother's total ahsti- 11 lice prolesioris, we ntiisl insist upon he ipeiioi'iiy tf our judgment in re- gard to gin and rum ol all verieties, and 'ee inclined la think Ihe remarks of one who has confined his imbibitions to (old water and green tea, upon the finality ol nv other liquid as rank p: ("sumption. What do you know a'ioul gin, brothei ? You have never imbibed il in cock-tail or ding. You can no more appreciate the lelighlfully Viilrinliii t ( is of 1 fiain- pagne than a Q'.ak- r can the laplur us j" t a repenting sinner at Cninp Meeting. i s far as leii.pi tame goes, we are with you, having no lahcy lor In aihu'li'-, brandy- loss mis or any uf the cunioiiiitaiiis ol'i .- ess: we bale all eNtieiiug and are nut n atlien eliottcrh to ilecpise any of (iod'e :iK)d gilts. Allo'.v iis to recommend you a :iu cock-tail, light ; it will do mere to wards correcling the acidity of jour ston ich than half a dozen to'al a'l-t'nn me a I Iresfs and put ou in a belter humor with vour. neighbors gen- rally. Doii'l be afraid il good w ine, lor the learned ax'le pr. -I'lihed a little, either as an appetizr cr lig. stive per.uader, liir the stomal li's sake, ind a greater than he gave aid and run fort o the liulb-r at a certain wedding paitv. We admit that this is an aje of progress, 'nil don't approve of any person getting 00 wise. We have always entertained l!ie opinion that there were some very rood persons in those ancient days, quite as good as those of this lightning and slenm age, Thi opinion may he wry errom our, but we rati't help it, and will stand up fur t!d Jimes and old whiskey. It is as bad to be ton soV r as loo drunk. We never knew a rahid total abstinence nan win was not interim rate in some way "f nlln-r. and we bat e one inslance, at b asl, of very reat silliness in a wty fobi r person. The Siiq'ie ann is closed by the ice and boating upon the canal s-oJed ioi this season. Ihe coal liusiiies 111 llie Shairvokin region bat been quite active this year. Its excellence and sujx riori'y mak the dertiaud eireid Ihe supply, 1 onttun ers ran not be lul y supplied until lb rail I between tbu dace q4 fcbamkio. U rtlaiJ tCF Such mean little apologies for snow s' ormi as we have now-a-days are enough to drive one mad, Kossuth's knm and so has Lola Monies and Ihe President's mes sige. They may do to kick up a dust in the cities and amuse and excite the citizens, but a regular old fashioned three foot snow would Wake up all Ihe sb igh bells and belles in the lotinliy, make 11 ore music. Inn, anil frolic and i ncitement than all the champions of freedom in existence. JJy the way jolly sleigh load of jolly people is one of the freest things in Ihe world compared lo which an ocean hath with the helle ol Ihe season in jour arn.s, is perfect It rannr. The Irial of Castner llanway, chnr g 'd with (reason, on account of his partici. piition in Ihe Christiana riots and murder, which has been progressing in the U. S. Circuit Court, at Philadelphia, ended in Ihe arquittal of the prisoner. Judge Grier charged Ihe jury tliat Ihe ofTence did tiol amount to treason and Ihev seemed lo agree with him. We have no douhl Ihe judge and jury were right, but can't help be lieving from the evidence lhal llanwny ouht (o be hung or sent to Massachusetts. " Last wei k Gi-oar.fi D. Hai c iia tvorT, E q., formerly of this County, was admitted to practice in the several Courts of Sihuylkill county. The Emporium says presentation of the certificate of iV.e examining committee to the Court, Wm. B. Potts, Esq., paid a very high and Well deserved compliment lo the excellent qualifications and proficiency of Mr. Il.i'tghawoul. QT?" flic Pin. The ho-.', belonging 1o Mr. George Harrison of this 13 iroitgli, whi h took the first premimii at the County Fair, was killed n lew davs ago. I's weight when dressed, was 520 ouuds. !T Gamu. A number of wilj turkeys have been shut by some of our sportsmen, dining this week. This game appears lo be plenty o'l Ihe Slia.iiokiii Hills. rtlOM WAHIIIXCiTIIV WasIIINGTuN, I).'.'. 12. Tlie resolulion ut welcome lo l.ouis Kus si.llt, ..h then, mi ninlittti of Mr. Seuaul, liken iiji. Mr. II. lie paiied oil with Mi. Ui'irieu. A lapi l ileli.ite npuu ihe reso'u- i 111 was then had b Messrs II nljr D nine Koute nml SewaM, Mr. I) (i piisins; nnd llie ethers tavoiint; llie leaolutioii mid it finally passed in the shape offered by Mr Seward, as lullows : Kcsolt'cil. bit the Semite and lloute of Rep r'scntatives of the United States i Congrets assembled, That the Coimtess of 1 lie United Stal's, in the name nnd in bihall of llie people of th" United Slates, give l.ouis Kossuth a eordial welcome to Ihe Capitol ol the Country : it was ordered ton lliir.l reading, yeas 33 uas Ii, as billows : Yeas -Messis, I'.ia.llnir) , B.ighi, Broad h -ad. Cs-, Clnse, C'laike, Davis. 0 nlL'e ol Wis., D.iuulass, Doivits, Felch. Fish, Foole. Vl., Foole, Mi-s, Gwin. Hamlin, Huntei. J s James, Him; Malloiy, Miller, Nor- ris, Uh'-lt, Seward, Shielil., S nith, Spun e, Siiiekton, Stimnei, Wade, Walker, and Whit en ub-3.1. Navs Mers. Badger. Iturlaml, Clemens. 0 1 v sue. Million, and Undei woiu! 6 Tips lesiiliiiiuii was taken up in th II nisi on Muiidav, anil p-'sci by 11 vote of 116 lo IR. Thus il will be seen that Ciiii!iess have cnrii.il mil the iiitninini setilinieiit of I he cotniliy in reference to this gical man. The iiiinounremeut of the result was followed by much applause in the galleiy. The resolution was then read a third lime ni.d passed. Washington, Dec. 14. Dr. Jackson of Philadelphia, who was mmiI In alien I Mr, C'av, came duuu with his fiiend Josinh K indall. The D s'tnr dei'lared llie disease 1 11 1 nit lii last of llie rihl lung. Mr. ''lay re iiiiin!! teise, will, Hi his phj ieiiin's re (jtiesl leave heie Ii .moiiow or next ilny for I'hil.i leljiliia. to slay either at I) . J.iekennV liuiise, 01 II1.1I ol his Itleirl'., J miidl Itaitd.ill. If is ih'iUL'ht 1 h.il Mr. Clay will yi t rrcovei I'V skillfi I lieatmeui. Mr. Fvatts of Maine, will prubiibly be 1 'iinitliissiuner to China, Mr. Jack Oule will o Clitrje 10 DenniMir, and Mi. Biowu re nt lius in ISussia. Tr.KntBi.r. Mirih.b Fut 11 Pf.bsoks Kil ku Boston, Dee. 11. All iu-ane man, 11 lined C.iniLMii, I i v i 1 1 u seven miles from Si. I dins, N. B , murdered his wile, two chil dren and until, and daugerni.sly, if !i"l fata', 'v, wen nleil fmir o'her persons He cal'e.l the fatuilv to pinyers and llien cnniinencetl ihe hm 1 id bnlchsiv kil'iii'j his wife fi st His youogeal child he p"nced on Ihe table and severed its head fiom i's bndv. lb tfeii escaped lo ihe woods, and was troeu when taken. Kkntcckv U. S. Sr.sToa - - Louisville, Dv. 13 Th" Legislature of Keniuckv, nl Ktai kfort, jes'erday, elerte.l the Hun. John P.. Tho'iipson, Wh g, V. S. Senator, for six yiaia fiom lh 4 h of Match next, in place ef M'. Underwood. Ml'RDFtR Or a rlB'lTllCR. BufTulf, D'C. U Ve.t. r.lat , an alieicalimi lock place lieiwren two bio hers, B Warm r, anil Ch isiiiu Warner, in which ihe laller was killed by Ihe former. The difiicul y arose out of money transaction. Thc Havana C insvl -New Orleans. Deo. 9. Judge Sharkey, U. S. Consul a Havana, ariived hero to day, en route lo hie po . He leaves here 011 Ihe 12 iutt., to en er upon hi diltier. Brigadier General Bclinaf, of the U. S ,, and a dislioguiehed officer of ihe Mexi an War, died nn the 10 h l.lt , 011 bis return Horn Ihe Vruzua le Fort Gibson. Ue was bout it yean of ttXTB AIT OF A LRTtF.R FROM THE I.DI tor, hatid PlHLtDrt.ruiA, Dec Ifi, 151. The movement of Kossuth mi I continue as much a ever, the nil ahsmlijiig topic of conversation, while his sp eehrs and addret. ses fill the columns of The papers. 1 hi conversed with a number of persons who have seen and heard him. anil all aiine If a he is one of the most extraonliniirv mm o Ihe atfe in point of ploqnenee and itilellect Colonel Wi.llace of the Philad.-lih a Sim whit was present lit the n.ui(;ti ! uiven to Knssiilli Inst eveuiii'i by the membeis of lh" Piess in New Votk, in reply loa remaik that I ma le in regard In K isnilrs intimate know ledae of our history nml pn'iey of 01 1 government, staled lh.it there were very f w statesmen in our country so well posli d up I t the d imentaty history of llie United Stales. The Hiinuiiiian statesmen are uet.. einlly hiuhlv iiiiellL'eiil, and many of them have studied Ihe policy and hisloty of 111 uovernmrnl with much intrel. Kosi lh he says ptoiinuiices our lancunge its cleailx a'nl as distinctly ns nn American th tit: Ii in I without the foreign nccet t. ('rent prepar.i- liot.s are trtiikina lo rive him a uriind tecep lion in this ,"itv on Monday to M. His s'a in New Voik luir been p olonpetl to n'raiue malteis. ns is srppnsi-i,; i" retnnl lo raisiig money for the stti:i'"le in Hut paiy ami En- ropo geneiallv. It seem lo tie admitted that here wi'l be a oeneial i plu ii e t"l teve. 1 1 1 ton ait'oiia the ijoveinineuls ot F.nrope du. rum the ensnum year. The viauf of the times iuilicale nil this, and the t rants in power iilteady liemble oil lln-ir llimues. ' I have reason lo believe that iheie is much in lh' mi-sinn of KosMith ihiit is not publicly Hiiiiounceil, and that there is an tnnleis'iinil intr lhal a siiniiltaiienna ri-itii; of lv penplp will lake pl.iee. Kossuth will uudoiibledly be the leader in this otent leioluiiun. Hint seems lo have been niiseil up by I'ruvideitee fur this special pitipnse. IK' sajs Austria is now much wenker than sli" was durinir the siniool,. uith lluneaiy. I: Ifr armies lire nunsauils i Jim ;ii inns u m nn'v m;h, nn t ipp'iilutiily to tiiin their am s noaint the iiipiesni nf their couuliy. I have 1 o d mbl lie' mission of K.i--iith is mainly lo raise inoitev, arms nnd ainmui i ion. Men. he -as1iey will have in i.buiul.inee. ami ! ihev want is monev to P.ocuie the means to ii: .hi with. Since lln treason ttials have ended we have heard but liitle in regard lo ihe mailer. I'll speech of John M R"ad, I'.s,., w as pro biblv one of ihe must el.tbotale and aide ef. furls of the kind lhal has ever been d dive red in our li.tl's uf jii-l ice - no! so much lor elu pieuce as fur learning and deep les '.ireh. The v hole subject fiom the lendil ages to ! Ihe present time has been thoroughly dis- sected and discussed, ll will heic after fomi ' a leM In ink on thai subject. j I siepp 'd into ihe Supreme Court a few days since lo see Ihii new Judges. The lieiich is a strong one and seems lo give gen eial satisfaction. One, of the old lodges in formed rue lhal there umv existed iheulnuisl harmony among nil Ihe Judges 011 ihe ISeuch, miHee 111 Mitilaty Alf.iiis. the regnl ir Coir--and thai all by-gones 'vere laid Hsi le in or- j tuiltee of Wars ami Means being so ennstitii tier lo promote the public good. This is as I ted, in hi opinion, as earcelv to pa s the il should be. The result of the lasl flection in llie defeat of Judge Campbell will be of inestimable value, nod alieady many of his own suppoitfit acknowledge the fael. Here after no itieump"leut men w ill be put for ward fur ihe nlliee of Judge of ihe Supreme Com 1. Tim only way to gel rid of dema gogues is lo choke Itie.n otf. The draw ing nf Ihe Philadelphia Art Uni on will soon take place. Those who want a eh.11.ee, musl suli-eiibe sunn The engra vings w Inch are fumi-hed in each subset di ", arc uf thcm.elvt's woith ihe pi ice of sub SCI 1 pt ion Jenny I.iiul, Ihe peei less J -nn v, gave ll e fi st of her lltree farewell conceits to night. Ilivi'g listened to Caihariiie Haves a fevv nights since, I was anxious in compare lh' sweei tones of the one to llie brilliancy anil power of the other. I had heard Jenny sev. era I limes before, and was of cotiise deligh' ed. The more Ireipienlly ton hear her, th better yon tvill be pleased, because to time not much accustomed lo her style il rerjujie some little practice. The Iiuth is ihete i but one Jenny bind and wherever ehe u pais, she uver-hadows all rivals. -Job Audeisoii my J ' and ih le.u'ilnl sot g o Lover 1 Tim Al gol's Whisper," were tli uiosl Ik'.iii I ill elt.ii'.s I ever listened lo. Jenny makes heiself exceciliugly pnput wherever eh" vnes by her geiieruj'y and Id etality. At Hirri-biitg she staid at II -it II ilel with h-r suite, a boil two days. II bill was rendered 10 hei for ?liO 00. Je u however lliuiighl the sum too rui.ill nod m led 1 150 more to the bill 1:0 doubt lo lh aurpiisu of Fiiend Heir". F.-CAPftn Convict Aaar.sTr.n The ngn I). Iphi, w ho it u j be remerubet d, escaped liooi th 0 n pit in county piion sniiie lime i Oeliihei, was artested on Sunday evening ll 1 "ill i"t , in ihecilv of New Votk, by lh keep, er of the piise, Mr. J.di-i T Wi'si". r n ho 1 wav is h s'aled) tochuich. lie xva convict- eil Mtioiit lour yeais ago, ami sei,i,-iiceil lo un dergo mi imprisoumeiil uf It vars. fnral. iempiug to fne tho II del of Mr Heir, at H.ir lishiug. 1. 01 A M ktkz is pr. puiing f.r her a' paarsnce 011 ihe s'ng- at New Yotk. Hei m iideti Haiti was R 'anna CtlU'rl, an I ehe is ihe daughter of a poor shopkeeper in one of the It itish islands. She is now past 27 years ami still retain her beauty. She do. uies many of Ihe s'oiies in vxhich she has ligured as lha heroine in llie press, and pro nounces them calumnies ami falsehoods. -Her li e has b'eu a very chequered one and I'Oiioeiiy alone 10 see one so much talked of willaitiact vast numbers. This fuel may shiM-k some, but il is true a pieily woman a ill carry ihe day against all scittples. Terrible Fine in Ralcigii, N C We learn thut a inoet ilisuslrous t'otiriauratioii no 1111 red in Raleigh, N. C, by 'which frnn weuiy lo thirty building were consumed, 11 eluding the Telegraph Ollice. So rapid ahs the e( read of the flames that il wa found necessary 10 llo up buildings to preveut tbeir unljcii exltpfjoq. 1-tTTin rnoM WAiiiriTii, I kotiiii. WsHnnjTorf Dee. 15, IS5I. I Notilhtnndiiig his uieal 1 fTorl on Tlinr Under the ihUnriire uf the screw nmpe). ilsy evening, the 1 1 ill ins'., M. Kossn b 'or, i r., the preriuns mtestinus, the Kossuth 'esululioii passed the House bv a Iremendoea I lalions from Tientnti,. Jersey City, the Mm rnnjuii'V. There were bill Ifi votes aitnittsl i i-lers of ihe Lii'dermi Chtiicl', ihe i-oloted 1 ...L;. I ; .. 1. . . . '. 1 wu cn is in uscii a triumph ol 110 omnia 1 y nature. - The fiiit'g into the rinmelhrns canmtt. as tel, be sufficiently e plained ; hince snlli cienl time has not jet elupsi-d lo lienr the explanation the lliiti-h nnvernnicnt may have to uffer, in teuaid to that lidiculuiis affair, in reply In our olficial iutenngiitioiis 011 ihe snbjtcl. It is nut as Bii ih agents lhal the oflieers of he- RritRuiiic Majesty's ships nf war have e ifoie. - il a por' 1 1 f y at Great town ; it is as agents of his Majesty. Kins f.ailinipper I., of ihe Moqoiio Kingdom. Now, consider ing lhal the Clinltn -lit.Kver tiealv distinctly sitrrendets, on ihe pari of Great lliitain. the right lo maintain 1111 fi'med foice, gnitisiiu, &C , in lhal pail of Central America, the qnes'iiin mnv H'ie wltv K gland has not vet complied wi'h the stipulations of that I rent 1 I 1 Mie message of the Ptesi, leu', we find, is nn evetise. hv ihe people are not en lightened on lha' snl jeet, tlnil 'he isvolnlion i 1 Nicariigua has pipveuted nn tiialers'and ing with ill- authorities ut that Stale. That is. tin il'iiihi, (rue Neither can il be doubt 'd thai these revolntiuns nre in pur', nt least, if not nltogether. fomented by Bti'ish inliigue. We have always hid an interest lo strengthen the Smith A neriraii Republics, and to make them bitty tin ir lends fur lite ptliHist nf in ion nii.i slreng'h. Kngland h:i. piusiti'il a ilifieient jmlicy, fmiiidcil on her own aggrandizement. . When the five Central Ameiiean Slates. Guatemala. Costa ilien, I Ininlnras, S.inSalva dur iittd Ntcaiagiia li:sl achievi d their inde pendence, they si-til a minister lo K igl.uul in oli!aiu fio'ti lhal couiitty tin recognitions of their iiidepeuileiiCe ; but lit it atiuister enini'ied fouileeit teats in K iglatid wi liittil etl'-ctit g his pii'p tse. K ig'aiid iil aeln il a boon to thai 1 fi 1 j 1. it i. 111 whit h h" five Cen ttal Auieiieaii Stairs never giaul.-d. and that was the if I'ligtiiiioii. mi the pari ol Central Ameiiea, of the llrilish ftfscsston of Belize j and adj .cent islands. i u1'""1 "v,"r 1,1 ""' I'",-'"!'i"M nil llie coast of C'eulial Allien.' She had obtained a lease fr nil Spain, fur eixty vei r-, lo cut wood on the coast : bill 11 1 p.-i misiuii lo piled a permanent lud .'einen', or tu e-t .! Itsh a colony. As she knew the Central Ameiiean Slates lo lie weak, especially (liter their snuggle wi h the mother couuliy, she thought she cm 1 1 evtoil from tin m that which Spain would have never emoted, had she remaiueil master of the cuiuitiy. Hot the Central Auieiican Republic was equally obstinate, and as lietg as th" Union of the ' Five Stales lasted, F.nalai d had inetcly a dc facto p'-ssessjon of ihe Hebye The California military claims were brought up to-day in the House by Mr. Mar shal. who moved lo tefer them In the Com- j nppioptialion bills. This teirible iiniinni v nienl canseil a ilivisinn 11I tlie 11 ms. ( mm subsequently a call for lh" axes nnd nays pending which the House adjourned. Simi lar scenes aie In be exacted dii'i' g this ses sinn. Ouskrvk. Melancholy Incipknt. Th" potent in. Iltience of the mind over th body was fear fully illustrated in II is'im the past xvei k. The B -e states thai lleniy B'ath brother of he late Mis. Van Wagner, recently relumed fiom Citlliiritia, 011 learning the idiot-king ale of his only sister, xvas imuieiliately ei.e I w ith n delirious fever, nnd died in a ew day s. The lasl -id rites lo his memory icre performed on Sunday alii'iiioon ; and '11th thi iniiideieil sister and broken lieaite.l titnther xvere laid si le by si I' , a itielan holy commeiit 011 the strange vici.si tides of life. Wi: le rn lll il Dr. Jackson has sounded lr. Clay's ches', and tives it as his opinion hit re j one and goo I musing will soon pin I in light again Mr. F.m'e h is niinmiuc - I that he xx ill av.s un Siiud ty next lor Mississ jijv. Qlmck Tvrc Sr.TTINii The Nxv Oi leans 1 1 ! let iii et s hit, on the receptio 1 of the 'r 'eideiil's message in lhal city on the 4 It Mian', one nf their last eomposiiuia set up four 'rmsaud live hundred em- in two hours and 11 miti ites a fea , it says, which cannot be al any xx here. The King of Hanover, jnsi deceased, xva 'leoulx urvivingsonof (I lege th" Thud. I le vis the next heir lo lh" Ii 1 i-h throne nfvi Victm ia, had ehe remained eingl - or died wi' li nt i-sne. Ilia slice S -or is his 01 I c sin. Jem ge Ftedeiie, who is blind, nml .Imrefote las lele six urn couusellns, xx ho xx ill have 1 witness all Stale ducuiiieiils. Tha New Oilcans Picayune contain n lelail 'he 'ate id vices fiom Texas. It is epnrteil ll nl Co'. I!i gets lies recovered xveiily.five Alcx'i'nn boys mid l o w oinen. A ho were taken captives by the l.nliaus xvilh whom he funned a treaty. Maryland Colonization Society. The annual appropriation of ten thui stud dollars, which h i been m ule fu, a number of yeais iw.st by the Slate of M ux Ian, I. in aid of the Colony of llie Miry land Colonization Society at Cape Palmns, expires by limitation duiing lh' present year. A Vf-teban Tvpe F'li'.vnia Diad Thonas Man'ey, Ihe oldest txp cnslni in R 'Sloe, died on Wednesday montioe, nged 63. He tva connected xxith llie fit si type foundry in Nexv Ritgluuil, many years sim:ei an I has continued in the business until with in a short lime. The Giaml Jury al Nexv Oilcan have found i ulictnieiiisagaiust R. O Suith, E F. Abet, St Lenn Fu.itiile, Win II. Wilner, and J. B Serapnrn, as participants in the Cuba liota in lhal city nn the 5 1st of August las'. Til I'residen' of the United Stale ha re cognised Leonelle Cipriana as Coutul of far diuia, foi California. received on the same t!av a number of di p. - I . e , . . n.. . peopie 01 itt-w- iikk, kc The Btldress ' the ilepntiiiiui s were simi'atly sjinpathetic widi K'issiiili mid his missiiiti. With the I.iilieriin Cli'tgjmer, Kosuth hail tptile a hihg nod familial talk, he being n member uf the Lit heiaii Church. He signified that on Sunday muruing he would attend the Lulheinii Chinch in Walker street. To Ihe other deputations Kossuth replied luiellv. staling dial lie Imped their sympathy would t ke ihe form at once of practical aid lo Hungary. In cunsequence of the continued appeals to Kossuth lo consider domestic and party rpiis'iors in this country, he has been itidit I to iittel the following tliimir.li the pres. : Mliivtig finite to the Ui.i'ed Slates lo avail mysep, for th" cause of 111 v c no'iv. o' the sMiipiiihv which 1 had lea-on to belit V' exi.ted 111 tlm hen it nf ihe Intiiif. 1 f uml t my tliov to if flat, in ihe fiisi moment ol my ariiwi1, tlnii n i mv itiisi.in to ph ml ttie i-.ilcpfii. lance ol llniigaiy nml ihe liber- ly of the r.niiipeaii Contiiieiit befmc Ihe Great Republic of thi; ITniteil States. M p inciple in this imperi is that lhal every 1 atinii has ilm soveieign 1 ighl lo dispose ol i s own doineeiic nlbiir-, widioul any lon ijn i'lleil'eifnce ; that I, llieiefote, h.tll mt iindillewitli any duineslie coi.cetns uf the t'nitfil States, and thai I expi ct it fiom all the tneiiila uf my cause, mil in do iinwlih g in res eel to mxsel1, that cuuld throw ilitli enhies in iny way, and whi'e expiesing syii'pilhy for Ihe can.-e would inj il.,: ll Is wi II regn t thai I mtiM leel Ihe tie. ec-.iiy ol iig.iiu making Hint appeal In the p iblic opininii of this a -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , iin.t particu larly to those w ho piolees llnuie!vca tube Ihe Ii tends ol ui c.itise, tu give 0110 pi not ot their stttipathy I y nvuidirg evett ell p w h ch uiighl 1 nt.iugle me into ilillictilties in 11 Slli'l'l lo ill. 1 which I h.ie ndopleil. I , , . , . , , . .11 OH III II I II .1 III III I HI 1 1 lJ LM- Mil ll'.ll I 111 piio-iph', VI, not to mix, nnd not lo he j clock. A. mie, up xx i h demesne coiicen s of party I"'"""1 niies'juif,"' ! .. , ' L. K0?SUTII. j J' Ni.xv York, D.c. 13. IS., I. ' f'lTTA PcitCIIX Pkns. Ainoeg th mnsl i' rem iuviiitio s a , giitla p icha pens, xxhich a suited to io ar mote dmable than guose I il s. nml mere available than th. metallic rn leii.ils. In I.iveipool. N S, 1 iuely x ices xxete nade xxid nxs, nnd mie hundied : lid even hiee cluldien weie lel'l L.tliei les-, by the ravages of the gn'al e;,iu in tho (jiill ol Si. Law tence. Sv.xii'.t'riiv tr.i'M A.utiii:r Qt"AiiTi:n. The ti'leeii ill lOtiglaiul is ii' init In present lh" youthful Iviqi ror of Austria xxith ,1 ttiag nil'icent bunk-case w hu h is In ctisl !fi i!),(K)t). H'betlii ril is lur bi liln ral principles, or to lu ul his wounded et'iisil.i'iti. s, is nut .slated. e. 11 1 . 11. 1 1 (i:.V. HaYNAC H ali'Uif to sell the laige es- tatis he pun based in ll iti.'ary, nn a cnuiit ; nf the diiliciiltv nl fin 'i'tg Inlmrers t'i colli- j vale then . The 11 nilgai iaus won't wmk i fur the xvoiiian-xx hipper. 1 Mr. Sanhcrsox, the Potn fist- r nt IV. ' j R . .11 1 ii indiilpb, cru.oiit, has be. n d. tec led in , Coinmillllig ih I tcdalliHii tipnil the lli.lt i and has bectl arreted, Skvi-.rai. npp'icatioiis h ave be. 11 made inthe Auditor of lh.' Sale of Illinois fur air hut i x In d 1 a b inking nusiue. n eler lh" law recent ly appioved by the people of llie Slate. Bad Entry. The New Yotk Pay P.. de'einls Cel. Wcl-b's course in legaul to Kossulh. ! tt'uninir in the ce.itre of Spuri'ienu street, in the j lute lictvxet'ii John C lioyd and liavid Mr I'lTxxi rN tbtee m d four milliors of bar- j Kt.iuhi's laud, ihcnce i-UNtwdrd along ttie middle if Is of water pass over the Falls of Niagaia ! l "aid Spiirheim ei.ret. to lite centre or inter- every minute. " IIeV AdvcriisemCIltS. ATTDITOH'S IJOTICZ. rpil r. A Co iiuderMued, Hpp'iuted hv llie Court nf omiimn Plcj of A nrthiioil.e laud coaut Aiidil'ir, to ilislnhute tin imiiicv arising 011 the a.i'e 'under a xvrit. ut' pirtiiiou) oi'cerl.iin rral es tate of Thomas (iraul, ilee'd., I. ullil 'jlnoliu those rut. tied to the same, hcrehv nolilies ad person interested lhal lie xxill alleud to llie dii- ti.u ..I liid 1 oiitineiil .it liis oU'i.'.. in tlie lior. 1. w 1.. 1.- "I... ... 111 ..'..I. ...I llllgll Ul iTUIieiilt, en llie .i.e. oc-i.. ill 1.. oienn, i A. M. ' C. J. I!l!l Ni:i., Ai.dilor. ISiiuhiiry, Dec. 0, I sol. '-I. i N OTIC I's TO LTJilBERMEN & CONTRACTORS F.ALKU in hjui-iI lulls, will be lecetv. d i.l ine - I'tii. .nleil Ina nnil 1 n . t 1 1 r Kail lio.n tlilice." al Sunlnny, umii 12 o'clock, M id llie M ll ol J.1101..1X l.t'M lor Ihe tini.o-lil. g .Old il lixatlug ol a ii.llllly ol e ak! II id pine nililier lor tul.lglug i.pmi the lute ol eanl load, liecoldiug io t'lhs a.al speClllCa-l I.-, which ill.) In.' -eeu al III.' utlUv 11 bole ill .iinl al.cr Ihn 'ii id utt. J. It Ml I. I.S, E ginecr. Suiibiiry. He.-. '.Mi, 1st j - 3l. The Dinville D iiuiciiil at n.mville. The l.xcoioiiig (Jiz lie at tViiliain-poi I, Tae Mdnn ioi . t Mil 011. .ii I p'easi' give ill above Iwo iuseitiniu. and send then accounts lu Ihe otlice ol ihe ."uiitiUi V Amei ics . SIN If I II Y AM) KlilF. KAII.RDAI) COM I'AW. The A 1 1 1 1 1 1 a I Viectii.f ol'the Mo k holders in the f-onihury and I'.rie liailro.ul Cum- pany. will be held in Phil idi Iphi.i. at No. 7J oulli FOl ltTil S l'K KIM'. (,K diu'4 b'ailroad lliiildiii-s) up staiis, on VO.MiAY, January I'ith, ei.VJ, ul II oii s K 111 me mm mug, at 111 tlie mot mug, al I Mil cu lime ail I'.lcrium mr 1 resiuciu hoii :naiiii era will be held, in accordance Willi the Char ier. The Polls will Isj oh-ii from li o'clock, noon, lo S o'clock, P. M. 1). I.. MIM.ER, Jr., Presiiieut. C'mio Iiinm.;. fve'y and Treasurer, llceemls-r 20, 1851. 4l. r.. . I- !.... I SI SOAP AND CANILES. Till. aulirrilMr takea this method of inform ing ihe citizens of Sunhury and xiciuity. lhal ihev aie engaged in th manufacture uf 'nap and Caudles, nf the heat uiiulity. al Nn 41 Pi liert nrel. Pl.i'ailelphia. 'I'hey respeeifnlly invite a I who buy for cash, to give him a rail they will find it to lo llieir adxaulage in dealing w illi hint lor articles in their line. K. 1H KKY A POX, 41 I'ilUit uhove bill. Dacemlier SO, 1851 If. WM. M. ROCKEFrLLEE, ATTORN BV AT IjAW, M .MH IIV, lA. Pee. 13. 1651 it 10 IHIWTER8 AND PUELI 'HERS. L. rELOUZU'sS I hilauclph'.a Typs Fonnlry. Circnt Itciliirfloit I 1 T-sit c rTHB niulrrsi;nf(l liejs lenrs ti rail the atten lion of Printers snj Puhlisliers li tlio grtatly reduced prices of his Type, vitl Pe irl, Ifi 1 ,0-a. Minion, 44 A attic, 72 Ilrevirr, 4Z Nniipiii!, fla linui ireoise, 37 Long Primer. 3 Small Pica, 3 Pies. Oil, nml all other tys? in proportion. Hat wishing to rncoursv'e rash payment-., the suhscriher will moke a still larger ileiliii liou of from 12 to 15 jier rent, lor r:h. Having grenily eularj-ed and improved Ins esti'hlislimriit. lie Mailers himself lo lie ntilo In S".plv his rnstoiiiera with greater ilea patih than most of his rompetitors. lie has cnnstunlly on hind Canes, ( hum's, Coniiosnn Sticks, Mil nils. Driiss and Woollen Gnflnvs. ,e ; all other riiHii rinls used in a Piiiitintr Oli! . A II nrilrrs thniikfitllv rsceivej and prompt., trnilril to at, the North West Co nor nf :U :,J I'heslmit streils. ,. J EI.CIKK. N. 15. Old Type taken in e riati-je for iuv at idee eniis pi t putrid, PliiUilel. liiii, ! it, iitl, I S.'i 1 .- II'. J. I. CITTRIs3lf Ao 8 Xortk 17 ft., Irlvren Arrh and Hurt Si., r mi AitrtpaiA. TE1iKnY int'nims tlir pul lir that he imports and ciiiisiiiiillv krrps on hmid at his new store. No. 8 North Sd St., a lariie aetortinrut of Foreign Fancy Goods, Musical Instruments, ridurtt tf Paints, which lie wi'l sell at tlie lowest priros. His Muck, ill pint, rnafisU of. A rcordeons, Violins. Music limes, Parlor ami Hur Itiinm Or Balis. Me oilcnns, eriiphities, M iiilieinntiral In strtimctits, Masnels, .vpy nml Opera (ilnsses, sitalionerv of all kinds, Pocket Hooks, llrmire Powder. Dutch Met it. iJold uml Silver Leaf, Sen es uf all kinds, Sniul" uml 'J'ohuccii Penes, I.illios apliie Paints, t 'upper Piute ami Steel En (."avinuH nml pii lures uf every variety. Also (ii't Praute .Moitkliuis of various sives. Di'iilets Cniitilrv Merchants, ami Pedlars, sup p'icd at rcusoiiul'le pi ices. , Dfieiiihcr g(J, jl. tt". ATJDITOH'S 170TIC2 i OTIf T, is hcreliv jiven that thr umlersiened, ! itppoinlrd Auditor, to ranort lietisj sainst 1 lite i slalp of Murtiii Irwin, div'd., I.its of the Imr I iiith of Siiiihinv. and to distribute the als amoiu Hie 1re.l1t.1rs et sm-l dereiletit, will attend , 1 ,r I'urpose at Ins ollc e 111 Sinilnirv. n;i Sj. . ... ,. , !. Ml 1 , in v, lirux., al 10 11 - M., when all persons intareslej ran h 1IKNRY DOW::!., Auditsr. v. Dec. i:t, is.-,:. tu AUDITO VOTICI-: is hi r.-l.y s-s aiirucd upponit.'d : v-u tin,: the itn.li-- ppi'int. d t.v lite I J. iili.ina' (;ourl of "V'irtiititii! etltind comity, . Auditor in th matter of lite exception-, to lae tcvotiut of M. A. 15. Smith, nnd Virilii 11. Smith, lAe.-iitrices nf the list xvill and ti'-.i:imeitl nf Keiidertnit Smith, ivr. who xvas lite Administrator ' nun, 1' r . of Thomas (irant. ilee'd , xvill ai end to tha ilnlas ol his appointment ut toe I.awrenea llnii.e in Situluiry en I'riiiny. tlie ud Uav of .l.iliuarv m il lit 10 t.Ylivk. A. f. 1'. M I;KI.1:Y, AuJitor. fimliu-y, Der. t:j, lS.'il. Jt AirriTor'3 icoticf. 'V'llTIf'K is hereliy givsa tint tlie nil leisi jtxed . 11 litnr. appo nred hv the Orplum' Court ef rxiirihiiinl-prlamt County, "to anike distriaii li. in of tlie acts el' the e.na:e nl Christiari lli'icll. ihv'J., lute of the ! 1r.11.tl1 nf Norilium herl ind. tn mid anion,' Ihe cadit irt of ai l dee'd..'' wilt attend ti tlie ilut:ta of his aniioiut- I ment 011 rduesdav ihe .'llstdiv nf Dtceouier ins'., at his olVnv in ihe Ljr in 'n of Mutiliurv. at 1 ... .,,... . ,, J. Ii. PACKER, Auditor. Sunl'iirv, Pre. 10, l."il Ml. I IV viihe ol'a rerTuin Writ uf r. laim$ ! I J ..... .ll.- ...I II 1.- . 1 a . - .t.. I.- . L. inn- wm; it r" laiirii i J.iir i-t ,,,,1,,,, , nl(.rv , , ov:0.k- M Ml)i). day tlie .oh day el J inimrv next, at tka Cnurl j lluitse in the IJor mull uf (uiiluirv. the fnll iis- I inn Knil r.state tn wit: dII that ttmliii.iss! inairly 1 or hall part of a certain ! 'IV'll'f III" f'llu! ..... ......... ailuite in Coal tiinusliii, in Northumberland riuiiity. Icing part of a tract of laud taken op in 1 the name of ."Saiuui l CI. irk. and kn iwn hy the ' naiiie of lioxda' r-toue l.'.ial tuarrv, on which. j the town ol ' Muunukiu is piinctpa.lv laid out, he. Ki'cimu 01 s.iiu rspiiizni un si., aim i.ik- aireci, t.ieiice south x iirnlv along tlie nnil lie of aiid , i,',,.. a-i-c-t j,, U. centre of iuleisi'i'linn of snid ! Risk mid Weoeter streets, ilieu. e wasixvard al Mi t e inidd'c nl' s il W e lifter rcet, m tli !oi,m.,l I I, toe.-o t!.e ..nn.e; (!:..!.' a.,,1 lite lll-.e. Xl c'.ni'l u ,''i v ; t. o. !i is ti.: toe 1 HUM I iiu-i ..1 ;...n ii .1 i. iiu-iit-c 1 Mintii a let eatii iinti..il ilia to a in' i,i of sirtucs ' i i a line In twern t e "Sian.ei Cl im' and "tt in l.rici.' mrxexs, lociii r wet aloinj tiie said line sevi iity one p. r. ln a lo a p 1st in toe iirt insu : ton en lute, and lie lice 1101th ahui aaid line I t c inldide ol said Siurz!ie;ni street the place ol ! Is' Hilling. I oiilaiiiui" uliout ,S1 tCI'VSJ uiori or less. Siczi'd, taken in execution, and lo he sold at j the piopcrly of Ki-'haril Kii-iiardsnn, with uotici I to Henry f tv, Daniel I'ipliliu. Isilah Miller, Jo J sepli Hill and L'dtlJ iiid. lerreU'iiants. j AI.M: 1 A certain one and u hull alory tiame liull iliR iluate in llie town ol Tievnrtoii. in said Cuuntx 011 lot No. 'J in lilmk .o. K.", on Khaiimkii stiect, i.l k.id town, and tlie lot ul' ground sppur leua il la s.ud hiiiahu. .scicd, l.i ken in I'kccii'inn and to he sold t'.c projK-iiy of lieruaid McMarnuis. ALSO: A certain Iwo story I'ratne hui'dill ailuate ii Ihe uteri said t-ixvu of Tiev irton and Count; Ht.irc.viid. uu i ll .No II ill blii. k .No. I III, 01 j . h iino.ui slri'i I in aaid town, and llie lot c ' gmmut appurtenant 10 said Iniildiu. I Nczcil taken in e ci ulinii and lo be sold at lh j proie ly ol lieu y 1J. Wcaxcr. j AI.KO: j A certain Iwoatory I'rutne dwelling house, aitt 1 ate in the nlo.oaid tow n of Tri'vorlon and Com ty afonsaid on ..t Nu 7 111 blork Nn. UJ. i Slukit sir. el in iid town, and llie tut of groun I iippurleiiiint In said l uilding. fSieed. laken in e-eeniion and to be aolil t ' the pro cri ef Jehu (iottlcili Aba. J A I. Ml. A certain one and a halt atorv frame building situute in Ihe low 11 of I'rexorloii al'oresuial ill sal Coin tv. 011 lol .No. II in block No. 1-0, 0:1 Mniniokin sirii't in wiid town, and the lot of ground appurtenant to mi il 1 aildiiiK. Kb n il. taken in execution mid to ls sold a thc pri'pcily of .Michael Warluian. ALSO: That ceitain two storv BRICK CHURCH, situate in thc borough of ("unbury, in aaid Coun ty. Uuiliiled snuthward'y by Ulacklierry street, eastwardly by liixer street, westwanlly by lot of J. II. Purdy and northwardly by lot of Ihe said J. II. Purdy, containing in front on lilseklierry street, 30 11 et, and in depth on Hiver street, 60 feet, and llie lot of ground appurtenant to said buildiuar. Pic zed, taken ill execution and to he ohi aa llie proierty ef the German Uelormsd Church in Pitiihurv. with noiico 1 1 Jacob Seash iltj, Daniel Haas, 1). O. F-. M.iiie, Philip Keou and George Yuuug, Uuildiiig Coinmitloe. WM. li. KIPP, eheruX rberilTs OlTic-e, Sunbury, Dec. 13, 1851 4U