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PROM THE SEAT OF WAR. The stcsruship Calveslon, Cpt. J right a 'Wed ui N Orle at s on ihe aoili uk from limit S-nlIayoji coming by way of Gl mion. She 'ia relieved out citizens ol the painful tuepcnse which they have labor ed under for several dijs. Our advices from Monterey name down to the Oih of October. The city is in illi quid occupation uf nur troop. The sieatner Col. Harney, with govern ment store, was lout, v i i h fifteen lives, on ..... . i r I lie mill ul',1 at lie mouth ol Uie itiu Grande. An express had arrived it Monterey that Gen. Wool, with S.500 men Was to leave Sun A Mania the 28lh of S pteiuber for Chi hnahoa. Correspondence of the N. 0. Picayune. MosTCRnv. Sept. -2Q l Ji. An express rider has this moment srnv cJ from Gjlina which place he left thi rnrrn'-t. It i only b da)' rit'tjt'iis ndr (l iji1, und he 3Nie, on tlie niillioriiv if 'hi 'Wican? ihat Sjnta A:ins arrived til i" fi yrf i -k fr-riiiny or the oveninj! ' - - 1 . M'narin ed fortif)ine i. r . -lie had no less tliii u o." wh . ! v iih h'fr. which Hdded lo those Mere under Ampudia, will swell I . - y in dvr 20,000 men. H . -i flintier has it lint he is lo erect vrn-ln and baiiericK close by the Kineonnt d tha limits of uur lines by the clone of the x;v davg truce. If all this should pu'Vi. laic the army may have mora bloody work to do than over. One (''in? is certain Santa Anna was hourly expected here when Gen. 7'ylor truvcd om! many think that Ampuiiia's tea, eon for wishing to retire was the fact that lie found himself to a degree surrounded af- it the successes of the )2d division and w as noxious to fonn a conjunction with hit nina ct on the best terms he could make. We sha'.l L.ovi me.ro about this matter in a day or two. The following order of Gen. Taylor an nouncing his victory wo copy from the American Flag of the 10th inst; Oader No. 123. Headquarters .Irmy of Occupation, Camp near Mtnterey Sept. 11 1849 J The roiiTi finding General has the satis faction to rongt ululate the Army under his commund upon another ntgaal triumph over the Mexican J-irrfs. Superior to us in numbers, strongly fortified and with an iin manse preponderance of artillery', they have yot been driven from point to point until forced to sue for terms of capitulation. Such teims have been granted as were con sidered due to the galliat deftoce of the town and the liberal policy of our own Government. The General bog? to return hi thanks tn his commanders and to all his officers and men, both of the regular and volunteer for ces, for the skill, the courage ar.d the per asveranee with which they have overcame manifold difficulties, und Anally achieved a Victory shedding lustre upon the American arms. A great refill has been obtained but, not without the loss of many gallant and ac complished officers and brave men. The Array und the country will deeply ympa thise with tha families and friends of those who hive thus sealed their devotion with their 1 wn V nider of Msj. Gen. Taylor: '..Snrd) W: W. S. Bum, As't. Adj't On. Official: Guj. A. M Call, Afn't, Adj'i. Gen. 4 riu .iksican los.i has not been, and pro bably never will be ascertained with cer tainly. It is belivfj io exesod 1,000. Cap' O.V1II led fli: Kendall at Camsr - ' ;egre t . ihdl csrliin difficul ucc ;rred tt-Camargo which It wus r ft f'-.ii'd w.utd Ipsd to two privair .-iir)s tn v Mch 'wo of our citi- ' "" '. tike part. W8 regret to nl t ,:-n a "uto.fct, o'iO do it only to '.vngltiiied rumors in circuhitiou i 'g r l to the minor. It is staled that V - (Jen. ,Mrsl.ll. nf Kentucky, had de ta.. I sat':.fitcti3 fr- Colonel Balie Pey ion, u e'tr, and that a incetiijr would riv p . pnojSly on the I Jih mat. An ier . T.rnliy wg (, be arranged nt about - Bfliu i: i8 and in a cimilar mode be- i v ipiam ijiioru of this eity, and Cjpm,. SuiVi'rs, of 'IVxai, MoSl inceie Jy do ve hopo that nn adjuitment mav have nean attsctta witliotit renort to arms, ffo i jsi repeat our rogret at being compiled lo allude to the subject. Wo glidly.turn o other themes Tha Picayune publishes a eeries of let ters from Monterey from Mr. AVndull, irom wbleti wtwlect rho Mowing item Speaking of wounded comrades reminds rne of poor Thomas, Hu was one of lh most during follows in McCulluch's compa ny, anil imU Ms iioie wcunoou in mi chaise the enemy's l.incera made upon of on the morning of the 91st. On iho foU lowing riioriinik', while sinnniiiB the hattety on the liclsjtil overlooking the Bishop's I'ul r'e, ha was morul y wounded, and ufit'i anffi-rini; inciedlbl) died on the morning of His 21th. A in Hike l hall sh.itierud his hip j -Tint, at the mine time that iho t rave Cxpt. (iillespie whs shot through, and the two are now quieily resting sida h) side on the height where they received their death wounds iUount Gillespie, as it ha been appropriat'ly named by Gn. Worm. The friend i of Thome? ure auiopg iho most ro apectable in ,M i j land; he was in ihp sjtiie mess with myself, aud it ma afford his qoaintances ao:nr consol.uion to know ihm every attention wa paid him, dorini; hi lasthoois, tint I'ircii iiiimres would hiIohi I sav Ampuduss ha Isfi town for HA lillo on tha morning ol the 'Jdih rude h Ioiik in his escort for h mile or two. Tin base and lying wrtteli for every p?e in hii black history proves hUi such look-id crestfallen, nerwios. and timid to b degree Ho was leatfnl lr el some of the Ttxaii Itangorn, tniny of wlioin had deep wrong at'rli lo avenge might sh nit him from the way-Bide; and as he rode through tlieir en oampmenl, situated directly on In route ha could not conceal his fatis. I'oey allow ed him to pass, however, w iiuout ven a cr or shout of exultation. A great many are discontented Bt tin terms given tha Mexicans, and think thai thev now will certainly tight again after be ing let off so easily. Had iho buttle con tinued on the 21th three hours longer, the Mexicans would undoubtedly have been on their knees crying and belying for their lives. A terrible carnage would have ensued had not Ampudia sent in propoals fur n surren der of the town, lot hit lorces were hud died, if I can use such a tonn; and all t'vt General Taylor well knew. To m ry oo tha known conci'iatory policy of our Gov- ntnment, however, appears to lme been his oim to spare life and propei ly, in ac cotdance with his instructions, his object end this should relievo him from ill micure in the matter. For myself, having jmne slight knowledge of .lfexican clwrucier, I believe the whole policy of our Goveinmen is, and has been wrong for years. j General Taylor is still encamped at the old ground, three miles fri.ni hero Centr als Worth and Smith are i.i town. The. main pari of the wounded officrrs ure don g (veil, Gen. Butler is reining, while Colo nel McClung and Mitchell are also in a fair w ay. Our Army Iras token or rather, reiuinnd, ihiriyfive pieces of artillery, many of v Inch are valuable and n much ammunition a? will ever be needed to nan wiih them- Tin killed and wounded of the enemy rannoi be -tccerlained with any degree of cilanny,lu i it is known now that their Ijsh fir exceed ed ours. The report of the different coin- mauders in Gen. Tajlui's army hre not tl been sent in yet, but enough is known to render it certain that our lota will nol van twenty fmm five hundred killed and wound- oil. A considerable number of iho wound td will die, so thM Hie number who will have lest their lives mil be hlout three hun dred. Gin. Worth losi eii'lny , killed and wounded; about twenty killed, or hove died eince the battle, The large for! on the norlh ol the town W i very strong woik, and ii would have con heavy aacnfu-e of life to have taken it. 1 is built scientifically has four salients, each nf which is piercid for eight guns. In siilo of the walls, hich aru apputcullj new ind which enclose mi area of ome two or ihrea acres, aie the thick wnlls of j large unfinished caihodul, Inside of which nn twelve very large pillars itiitjiidrd for tin "iipport of ilia r.iof. These pillars are hi leant twelve feel iqusre at the bane, and like 'he wnllf, are about 20 feel high. The walls of the lorl aru eolid and npaily bmli, having a gateway aud drawbridge on the side next lo the city . EVACUATION OF MONTEREY. Montukev, (Mrsito) Si pi. 9, 1S4G. Gentlemen: Wo are ai length in qui Jt pokt.!uiou of tin place, the Ust divi. 'oii of Auipudia'n anny having inaicheil ml yrstrdy moiuiiii. The 1st divi?. ton marched out on the 2G It, the 2d on he 27 h, Dinl the hblonen on the 28 h. I saw the ivvo lant, and vva hlu lo form a tolerably good idea of the number ol men in Ihem. There could not have Keen fewer than 2,500 in each divisien, of regular foldiire, well atmtd toil i- quipped. Add io these tome 2,000 noremen,wno Jelt Ihe citjr In email par- ties during the four dnyi figlil, and o least 5,000 citizens of Iho town who ook up srrr.s in its drlenre, nil you tuve a pretty strong forco lor the lic ence of plsca which iuuio sod H have ccinuined to leiitltt is Mioiii' os .my in Iht woi Id. How such an army thus situated, t'ould ever allow i hi If to ha c-onqiiereil tiy a force of lv$ than 7000 men, wi 1 jhvaya appear simiie to me. The cow Jiilice of Ampudia is now established neyoud a ilotibi. So c refill was lie of lug penon, that i' is -aid that he never once It f his house when any firing was 4oing nn I ot a pity tlui one ol nui h f 1 1 p n i Id not lixve drn pid into hi OeillOiHli. I 1 1 peiferl'y sa'ijfiud. when I saw he Mexican troops pas out of town, wMi ihe an an.tii,eois w I irh Gen. Tny 1 r hHil mde with -h. rn. To have ta ken 1 1 1 1 est nipn piifiintfj wou'd have lieeii u.ielehf. Then nt m we did nol vn'; ihtii hones weie woiihlrss, with law '( p iinf, ind II would have Iihmi tiy expel nvi' h ml Irohlcsome lo eeil mnl gur (I so nuny men. And mor over , ii w. ii il have cost msny u valuable life lo hve cairitd the ciiy a' the jinini of ihe hiyonei. 1 rude on t with the Head of the col iimn day before yesterdiy, whou thoii 2 I (1 i visit n led town. That scene alone would iilmost luve remunerated one for 4 loop j .-uruey io iMonirrey. At the henl of i!n column lode the commandf i of the d-v.-ion, with hii eU(T, ircompan kI h) M-j Scntl; of the 5 h lulanlry, wi h hie Adjutant, (Lieut. Denp) anil Lien's Hanson, Kobisan und McLnvs Cnl. Peyton lode by Ihe hid of th chh f, and received a veiy BuVctionalt -mhrce fiom him as we turned out lo let the column maich on, when the head nail reached PaLre Mill. And non waa prettuted a M'nue that I can ntvei formal. Tvo regimfiits of mfaniry led jfj, with color t) ing, drums bta'ing. .mil the ti umpetrra blowing with all heir miglii.Thc fiftrs made all ihe noin hey could. The men were uM well ii nn (I, and the whole divirion teemed o be vv II ippointt tl, wiih the exception jf lioef in In u of which, most of the men wore and.ilf. Three pitcii of uHilltiy mm in the centte of tie column, um G, one 0, ami one 12 poun del. The Ime umicbtng four ahrtt, ex'efiiled hIjoui one mile. The Arm) was urcumpanied by n great many It nule. iHictf5' wivis on h r-i-hsck, their la'htr n.t ffl d, ar,r. with h 'is on; tnliiirir' wive- ninuoieO on dtiokr) i or on fool, tome of then ciri ymg bnideoi ih.n I would ccircelt ihink of arkipg on inole4; yoony wo intn wiih-horl iettico)i.-,and hats, trip p ng lightly hlong, yr-ung giils liudging a'ong wi'li their little valuable in their inns. I noiiced one preity lilllo eras lure, r.boui nine yearj old, wiih a pi I click en on one ai in and a panoi pci ched upon he i luml. Tlie ugliusi woman 1 ever ncaid of wo- walking behind n poor flea-bit donkey was ndileu by a joung womio, a t-eond etliiion ot the hl ono. A precious pjir. i,j mothei )hd dang titer. Mo.t of the lioM'.ers looked sullen, mul heir eyes gleamed with lulled, and i, d-siie lor revenge. 0,,H ofMcCulloch's horses, a valu.ble r-nimal, which a m.n leading out of the way of the Aex ican troops, was seizid and led off, th. toldier-i leVblliog iheir mukels at ihe nonler." when hn endeavored lo recovet nt hoi.-e. T ie mil ni. 1 1 was promptH elhiued, howesri ,on i Ii e cir rumstanci f hnng nienlioi.ed lo the commanding 'lller. YftenUy mnrr.lng iho laM division whp diiiwn mil in the pl2) lo the ca'lip 1 1 - I thai in, ihai ihe ilzi could hold mi) Capt. iUilc-e, who is stationed there wnti Inn regiment, 7tli Infantry, drevv up Wis cnuiuisiid and saluted the ttglmetils us ihey p,u3ctl him. 1 neci heard a jjoise uiml ) t slcrday niurniog. Pdudciiiunium never cunuintd us noit) j gmg ub the Mexicn arc, l setmed '0 bo ihfi particular endeavor of cvei) in. in to make all Ihe nou-o in his power. There must have been filly buglers & at nun) fifers and drnttirntrs playir gut tlx same. time, cm d no llwce of linen M temp'ii'g the same tune; saw Sf wrel teuimenis of fine look- ing foldteis, men of good tiz?, young, active and otlilefic. The lit division ii encamped in the grove thiee miles i jst of iho town on r of Iho loveliest spots n Ihn woiltl, slnnl ed by large prc.ni and livo ok trees. I'his grove seeins to be the only wood land In Ihls region, aud is reported lo bt cilizrts of IVIunlercy as a place for hold ing picnic parties. Thn3l,i volunteer division, is encamped in this grove. Gen. Woi th's dirisirn nccupictf the "own. The citizens aro beginning lo retuin in great numbers, and appear io feel glad llul the Mexicm army has left iluni. 1J. The Relative Forces, Lostes Ac. We aro assured that Ampudia hail Iron) lourieen to s x'ipii thoiijnd troops the former is the lowest ntimhi r given by any one. They had itbout fifty pieces of heavy artillery worked with u degree of skill srid precition uiurpj.t-s-ed by any nation. They were also in a strong loitilietl lown. Ihe slrecte leadine into Ihe lown, to the Pluzi.weiei all either closed up with heavy & ftioog walls of solid msnsoury r quiring grcni labor, aud executed in Iho inojt work manlike manner, or thfso eireels were protected with batleric-i of heavy onl- nanct ; planted so lo tJTeciually cover their entranro. The American army did not exceed 5000, and 700 of lhee weie served at i camp guard, to protect Ihe camp from forces of Mexican cavalry; so lint wt had hut 4300 nu n in Ihi engagement. Nearly all our most tfl-cMva ortlnanci d been left behind. Tneru wss onl the F ying Aftilleiiy, whirh in omIm to ilo much execution, loil to he t xp-. -id to a moat tle.-f uciive fir.' fiom il r tfiiemy'.-heavy bat eiie.-, Add two 2-1 pound howi'.eif and one 10 uch rnnnur Jinl our whole loice given. Tl.i.i litw- a dispui Hy of more than ihneto one, and v.tst 8tlvalllago g,ioi (,ur anny in pr.Miior., fully tqiirtl to the im qujlity in iitimbeis. The Inst of our army is 561 in klhd ar.d woiiuded.-l 1 of whom weie officeis M.ij. Lesr, 3.1 I n f-t 1 1 1 1 v, who was re- ported severely wounded, is f.t.t recov ering. Too enemys Invs i nol known wiih ceii.iit.iiy The M xiciins in Won- teiej slate ii at 12 or MOO, but abou' 1000 is thought lo bo a more probable oi imatp. LCJ Jl C) (SB --fcA i.J o ' IltUTH WiTllflVT VEill " V. 15. PA IME 11 ICso. is authvrizid lo net Aienl fur the ('ourjniiA DKMnriui-,' and re- ettpl all monies jar auoicnptiim una Aaiirlis ing at his Agencies in rmludtij'iia . bu I'me-tlreer. Acu) Yurk " 1GU Nrutsait'iti tll. niislim " 1C Stute-strtet. liaUimnre S. K. cor. Unit, und Culvcrt-sts. Merchants-eehunies and Trattmnen may find a to their navviiiagctn aaterlue in this puiitr a.- u n rie tmiij one puututita at the c aunt) .'cat tntf a irrcattr circulation in the county ttun any uilar jjaper puUUhtd xoitlun liihmits. an AivnnNricn, To the Printing liusitios in wanted at this Ol tic. An sctireboj 16 or 10 jcarsof ogv will re ceive good encouregf rncnt. ThePiintor it much in want nfa fpw bmheln or WHEAT. CORN & MUCK liint I I r . . i . iiiini, oi innse wi)o owe nun unon snh.-cription. II" would also like u few loshels of POTATOES. Coi.i.Kcrons OrncE. ? Berwick, October SI, 1840.5 Col. Webb, Dear Sir. The folluwirg shows tin Collections nt th Office for the prrnni li. cb! year up lo nnd including the 3 1st ol October Fin the month uf October I'tr lrt irport 012 G70 78 f34 74 Whole amount A mourn of Coal khipped in October I'f i last report 67,1 OB 62 27 341 tuns. 130.CE2 Whole amount ICG D2U tone. Yours Respectfully, J0.1N MrREYNOLBS, Coltcter. The Hon. ndiew Besumunt, of Wilkrslnrre, Pa., has bren appointed by thePiesident Commi isiuncr ol Pub lie Huilding8 ol Wabuiiigton city, Vict MJur Nolatid, BUSINESS OF BLOOMSBUUG. There Is no VilUge in mrlhern Pennsyl vania that Is mereasing more ripidly iti bit sines and p"pnlalinn llnni ilia lown of Bloomsbiirg. Ali5iongli tin ro has been nitir llfty dwellings binll the pail season ynt there Is not siilueient. as trioir ra con" itint appltc.iiion lor tani'iiirn'S by strangoic who aro itiixiiios to locate ihcmsclus here 'or vniious kinds ol business ArrHngemcnts arennw making fur tl.e f rfrtion another yen of a largo number ol dwellings and sinre? to aieomodale iho influx of population. Our old merchants have all furnished them- selvoi wiih new splendid and extensive as Korlmcirs of goods, while n new tin shows itself every now und then as wo pass through iho streets, the latent is thai oftSlnnn and Mendcnhall who luve opened a splendid assortment of entire new goods In the now storn ntljoining Deohlers Hotel, opposite ihu Court House. As thay are both young and cnterprtzing ynung men wo have no tloubt that they Mill do an extensive bosl- nesa especially wnh tha 1,-idies. '1 he ftruiers ill now find ready market hen for all kinds of cnuii'ry produce, and luin. her, aud can buy their goods as cheap as a. any olhtr place in notthern l'cnnsylvsnU. Thr Jail and Sh nfJ- ll were le m S.tiTtlay Ispi, fur ab-ut tinny live hundred do lure Ihe Court Il.n.M I now uiidt'i i oof, soil bo'h building "it o ho comph tetl beforo August IS47, anil it is expected they will uu fiuiHhatl in season for Ihn holding of iho courU here n llul month. NEW PUIJLICATIONS. We luve tecfiived tin fft number if a new puMicilio'i just commenced ff. Pi Lilclpbia, ciitillei' ihe 'P-o .yV,-.k- y,' and 'S mi M Ui'y Si ny 'I el er.' tne weekly cnniaiiu e'hi, ainl the semi monthly tixiern Urge pig"s- and nu publiftlied it tho 1 1 1 vv jirico ol 50 ccnlf e.ich, the fi't numbur rnntaini. Ileidel in rg.' a loDance by G. R. P. Jamcf E-q It promise a rich treat lo the lovtld of mi-cellatieous reading. It is iiiuiorcd from Wa.hington, tltJ' Ordns luve been forwarded to Genets! Taylor lo put an end to the armislice, tod immediately niaicli fot S ilnllo, ,ind ili.il on'.etH will Mioii be is.-.n-d for Ihe vnlunteers from the north lo proceed f Mexico to join the army U. S. Senator lion. John H. Clark hue been elected U. S, Senator from Rhode IsUnd, to fill the pUco now oc cupied by Mr. Simmons; Gov, Doir was the Democratic c inditlate. Christ mas mi Friday Our g'eat holiday Tills on FiiiLy ihis )ear, and il old writers and legends are to be believ etl, ii a i j? ii fi.-.s u hard winter. Ol course Further Advance in Cul. The leale, e have again advanced lh piice of Anthracite cu'tl 50 cents a ton in N. York. 'I'll 1 1- makes an tdvance of one dollar within about one month. The ie ail piico is now S7 a Ion of 2G00d)s. This is one ol ilia iff ct.s lesuliing Irom iew.p;per pjinc making, so exiensive- y piacuct-d dining Iho past bHSbOn. Consumers vvvro iuilticc.il lo wail, hy he piomiM-d letluc.ion in pi ice, till 'hey u-jW find the Mipjily short and the pnee innterially enh meed. Jl Popular Candidate. -Robert W. Johnson, Democrat, said 10 bo a biolhpr of Richard M. Jvihncou has been ulccted lo Congress from Arkansas, nullum opposi. lion, He recenud 16,125 voles oui ol 10, 620 polled. The cleriion in few Jersey for mr inbers ol Coi. guts has iciiniiiulcd in favor of ihe Whigs. I he cleciion for Governor, &c. in the State of New York look place on Tuesday las' Wright Ihe Democratic candidate foi Governor received about 5000 majority in ihe cny cl New 1 ork( Hut wlm ihe re Milt will be m iho Sutc, is yet uncinaiu from ihe return" recetied. Matrimonial. Gunle men iidvertising fur wives 111 Loudon, hang out their doguer leotype iiiiuiiiiirts in u window uf noine fathionable shop, unh this latitli W bnied a fema'e companion 10 ihe t bine. Apply personally. The Governor of A'euiucky has appoint ed Thursday, the 'JOih uf November, to be observed as a day of lliauksgiviiigj and the Governor of New Jersey alto. This makis twelve Siatis which will observe i,e eaim day as t day-t' tli3iiktgieiii Constipation or tiiu U wm. (- ., cness, headach, giddiness, pain in tin t- t nnd luoitsi, nausea and sickness, variable . ,i petit", yellow or swarthy complexion , -re the usual sjniptoms ol l.iver Um lllai"'. Wnuhl s Indian J-rgf table IhlU are . wivs certain to r-nu i iIih hIiiivh com. . ' . i- i. pldllils, because nicy puryv irmu tun noiiy hose morhid litimors aiiic!) aro llie cause, not mil v of all disorders of ihe Ii er. 'ui f .vrirv malady iiiihleni to inntii A fingU 25 em box wi'l in nil eases give reliH, ai il iiert-evi ranee will most assuieiuy unveete. iy panicle of disease fnnn the body. riuhru Indian rcjciuuic rills also rniripleiely rleanso the siomanh and bow. Is of all hiliotiH nnd putrid luiinors and horeforo are a certain cure for clnihtylytrn. cry, cholera irorbus, and other disoiders of lie 'iitesiinrs. Oflicr.s dovotnl excltiivelv lo the Sale nf vVRIOIirs INDIAN VliCKI'ABLK IMIii.S, Wholesale and Retail, No. 103 liice Street, IMididelphu: No 268 Oreon wick Street. New York; mil No. l'J3 ''ret inoiil Sircet, Bopton. Agent lor Bloi uifl urp. Georce Weaver For oilier Agents see atlvei iisciocnts in a. noilier column. '"ts'isyst'jj'j MARRIED On T.. -Uv, 27 n Oetidl-r, a' C"n'l burn, L' ' s'i r.,. It lv Rev. M 1 ( ,r in in, M r fitvnLrs IC00NS Inrmc'lv nf Mimtin-inir, 1 tVlls llJLlZAnKTIt FltA.VK, ol Ci p-is boig. On the 3d inst. hy the R v. W.I!, nm J. Eyr, .Mr. Wilm.iah Lhwaiis, of I tirhe-'fVllIe, N n Htiinl)M I a .(I e-t. 10 Mips RlAnr A:.v Clatwell. cf C'.ma- WiS53. On the 29'h 11I1. hy the nino, Mr. J.con Fisniui, ol M iin lowi sh f n Mi .MAnvlloi.LnNrtAcii.'il' Cttnw ... 'No Hurabuff.' ' WE ARE NO I PUFFKUS VhJTKI I'lini! are we eninn ti) tnlkn'mu U'n 13 lietwt-eii 1I10 t ni'ril Ma cit nntl Mi-m ,, ,, nt ' koIIuib rooJj 10 iier cent, tfl.wte, . ,. . . . . . 1 iviiiii-r iiri u goinu 10 mini! tnpcii pr 1.1 i i. vortisemeuu every thing we have f.imalr f nm ' noeille In an untlior,' hut mark what we Wo bio going to Keep as nice a variety of Gon li, r lioth quality and price, aa tlmji vUn mal,.- ui -n iion-c in the pa era tliun wr ilo. i- Iuim- j,, . cliascil our goods nt- chran ns it is iu-.ji! It- 1.1 1 . them and we will sill thcrn as chcaji, 11 our i.iui. will yivt- us a ca 1 :it uur reccnlly erecieil liy II. H- I1K;G, dnecltv , -aile the new Court limine, run) n-xt duur i.u... ui Deoltlcr's Hotel, we willblmw them an ENTIRE NEW STOCK (JF GOODS "e'ected expressly for their accuinmodatiun A moiig the articles of DRY GOODS vyn have French nnd Amfilcnn Cl.(tTXI, Cua siinerea.mttinelif, vcklings, &c &c For ilm l.ndit'B we linve Caxlimcr. V i-'n do liiina. ('nthliiere liolicp, ( l.-l 11 g. I'j.: . ' cry ti) If mnl price from -1 to 115 ivnti 1 ' yiiaivla, tilovei. iVc. Ac. in fuel every v n ' .-i v . r inercliaiulizu inually kept in rouutry it.)ri-a.u .ta tsomo thingB a rc dlffiunt. Also Ihu and Uapaof every desrri,itum. As for our GROCEUIES, roll nn 1 cxunina 'ha n fur y ninal 'fi a iJ jou will tind tht'in excellent and vory cheap. They hve also an assortment of QUI2HNS AND II MIDWAItU. And the best of 3IACfCB!lEL '' Srisb Salmon of n superior quality. All of which will lip tin poifdofi.l exihangc fur Cai.h or t-'ountij lio iluce. SLOAN .t .MCNOfiMIALL. Dlonmt-hurg. Nov: 7, 18I6 MISS M. E IIOBISOX, WOirLUrctpeclfnlly inform the einV'i f HI loinliurg and vieini v. nnd the I.. J'J Cbpividlly, that fhe has just received, and is 1 1 stanlly riceiviug from )'lnladelphia, u new uJ MplundiJ uiorliiitiU of FALL & WINTER MIL LIN FRY, AND FJJNC Y TICL FS, among which may ho fnuiul, velvtiH nn.l aiiinf all colon, (miller, flmvirp. iiblinu-., lu ruo tur veils, kid und cotton cluvrt-, linen uml ruti 'i lu1' I kercltic ft-, pull a nnd plain eonih", t-h.-ll inn' oi '.er t-iilit i-oinlis, Lrcakt piiiM, sli.iwl pint Hiel nil nilier knulu of pins, In-.id and other needlef, gjld uml t I vi r pencils, mlver and Mlier tliin lli; t-iiel ln-ndi, rings and Ii-fiiI, fhailid and plain tn itt fir pnrM-i a nd lings, r lat-ps for hugs, purr-a nnd Imi; rtuily made, ve!rt nick rilihons of dill'trenl kimlt., c. llur 1 lie, ca) t-luir edging nnd hoidt'ing. In id iJitxet, liruielelB, I100U und eyrit, thread, inpc ii .. in Iml almost every ihing usually lobe fntind inaf.-i') store, nil ol' which the will dicpotu of lb Ilw ab ihry can le ohtainod eUewhtiro Alao-I'iit-hioi.aLlu UONNKTB aud CAl'U mude and kej.l 011 bund fur ealo Noveniher 7 TO BUlLDKivS. A LETTING FOlt THE UUUDI.NU Or A CHURCH S'ill le given ot tho Uurkhorn, on thelOlliff Novrnd'or intt. UinienBioiib 40 frri deep, ilO firt wide, and C fict hitih. 1'iopi.t.jlp will t e re- flvcil for eillier Uriik or Finine.und for cilhcr Itm whole or for lite several '., of the wink J. C. KIN IV ICY H. L. M CONSFll B K. MF.UlCl.i Ui HERSR a. SCI1HOCE Novembtr 7, 1