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LEVI L. TATE, Editor.
SATURDAY MORUINO, DECEMDER 8, 18(0.
L. ArrLEMAN. Esq , Superintendent of
Common Schools for .Columbia county, is
giving close attention1 to tho duties of his
official station and promises to mako an
efficient publie officer.
Myeh's Galvenized Tens, for tbo
salo of which Mr. II. J. Hunt, No. 731
Gilford Street, Philadelphia, is tho agent,
will write with unusual caso and aro a
very superior article.
Samuel Ksonn, Esq., of Centro town
ihip, on motion of John G. Freeze, Esq.,
was on Monday, tho 3d inst., admitted to
practice at tho Bar of tho several Courts
of Columbia county, and enters upon the
duties of tho Legal profession with quite
The Teachers Instituto of Columbia
County, will hold their next meeting at
Orangeville, on the U4th of December.
This association is doing much good in the
Educational cause. AVo direct attention
to notice of the Committee in another column.
The Hudson' Dromehs, held a Con
cert on Tuesday last, in tho Bloomsburg
Court House. It was a magnificent suc
cess. Wo had not tho opportunity of at
tending their Concert, but aro informed by
those who were thoro that tho Singing and
other parts of the performance, was tho
best entertainment over given hero, and
gave entire satisfaction.
TllO MCSSagO. their territorial existence, and until thoy
ri xt... . ,f ,i . iMO: . eha'l bo admitted as States into tho Union,
I he Message of the President was ro- .,, . ,.,'
,. .1 mill Ul MtkliUUU MUlblli Ui luvu vuubh-
ccivedin this city yesterday, soon nftcr tions may prescribe.
noon read in toverat public places to 3. A liko recognition of the right of tho
largo and anxious crowds, and soon ox- master to havo his slave, who has escaped
tensivoly circulated. Never, within our from ouo btato to another, rostoreil and
recollection, was there a moro intenso do- "doJiTe,ra "P"'0 Liw am of the validity
i i ' t . r.i m' Mt . of tho fucitivo slavo law enacted for tins
siro to know tho views of the Chief Mngis- ,,urposo (0 cthor wili, a juration that
trate. Calumny for onco was muto, and all Stato law8 jlnpajring or defeating this
all foes and friends awed by tho solom- right aro violations of tho Constitution,
nity of tho crisis, united in respectful at- and aro consequently null and void,
tcntion to tho farewell uttorcnecs of a wise It remains to be seen how theso rccom
and experienced statesman. Nor has inendations will bo received by tho conn
popular expectation been disappointed, for try. Such is the temper of tho public
what tho President has said on tho en-, lh' 110 Inau however wiso, can pro
grossing topic which tho Constitution rc-' "ounce upon the effect of any proposed
quired him to discuss, "tho stato of tho measure. Human judgment, always falli
Union," is characterized by energy, do- bio, is in tho presenfemergency altogether
clsion and moderation. There is no abdi- t fault. If patriotism is not oxtiuct, wo
cation of tho authority of tho Government may hope for a reaction at tho North
of tho Union. On the contrary, it is ex-! which will bo generously responded to at
nrns.lv nml nrrmlmrinnllr link lint nffrrnivn- , the South, and which will result ' ill that
lv asserted. Ho does not brandish Fed- consummation So devoutly to bo wished
cral authority in tho faco of an excited ,for. lb preservation and perpetuation of
community. Ho docs not scold. Ho docs , 11)13 6rcat Hcpublie.
not threaten but in tho singlo phrase, in
which ho says that tho property of tho
United States in South Carolina shall bo
defended, and that, if in its defeneo, hu
man life should bo sacrificed, tho responsi
bility will rest on tho hands of the assail
ants. He comprises the distinct but pos
itive expression of the sense of duty which
binds him to execute, at all hazards), tho
laws of tho United States. His discusses
calmly and intelligently tho abstract right
of secession. Ho examines it as a ques
tion of history as well as a question of
criticism on the Constitution itself, and ho
comes to the conclusion that it is, after all,
but a question of words and phrases and
equivocation. "In shirt," says tho Pres
ident, "let us look it fairly in tho faco.
Secession is neither moro nor less than
revolution. It may or it may not be a
justifiablo revolution, but still it is a revo
So considering it, applying this view of
tho Constitution to the state of things cx
isting just now in South Carolina, a less
tolerant and sagacious man might easily (
have been betrayed into Lroad and rash
assertions of tho coercive powers of the
It is gratifying to know that our foreign
relations aro of tho most pleasant and
Tho President adheres to his former
recommendation in regard to tho Tariff,
to wit: specific instead of valorem duties,
on all articles that will admit of it.
"We, of course, expect in future to notico
tho recommendations of tho Mcssago moro
in detail. It is a document that will bear
searching scrutiny and closo reflection.
Our columns aro so crowded to-day that
wo havo but little room for comment.
Wo arc amused as well as annoyed at
tho ignorance of some of tho loeofocos in
tho country those wo mean who take but
one paper, a democratic one. They aro
under tho imprcsiion that Lisoi.N is al
ready President, and all tho panic and
finnncial commotion are the results of his , Government, and into an assumption that,
administration I It surprises them to learn cj.,,,1, ii;. u ,.
he won't take his scat 'til tho 4th of March. , , , . . '
Thoy scratch their heads and say thero fcccde, she ought, by tho strong hand, to ,
must bo something wrong if all this is oo- bo forced from her position. It was once
curring under Democratic rule 1 j wisely said if wo remember rightly, by
Columbia Co. Republican. sir u0UErtT pEEL that tho omnipotence
Dr. Jons could havo scarcely pcrpctra- of Parliament was too grand and bolcmn
tod a more detestable slander and malicious a thing to bo paraded and lightly talked
falsehood, than tho abovo, upon the intel- about and threatened that it ought to be
ligent Democracy of Columbia. sacredly veiled in tho very recesses of the
1 ' T , , ,, .Constitution. If this bo true of that ar-
The Message. Mohave penned tho,,., . . ,
, ,. ' ,, , bitrary power tho vast sovereignty known
last Annual Message of President Buehan-1 g 1,arjialuonto; wucll
an, as every American Citizen must Jo, trua is it of tbo llmitC(1 nnd well.
with interest and satisfaction, and will dufincd v(atcd ;u Qur FcJcral Goy
next week lay it. in txlcnso, before tho , . .. .. , . ...
' . ,. ' ,, crnmcut limited, too, by tho express ua-
readersoftho "Columbia Democrat." . . , . , . , .. ,
" ' ' . . , , , turo of the grauts which enacted it, and
The Message is eminently sound and pa- of tb(j
cific on all national questions, and must t Bnd tand arounJ AnJ SQ ,bo
meet the cordial approbation of the con- u ., , . , ., r, ,.
' . T , President seems to regard it. So tar as
servativo pcoplo of tho Nation. In a word , ., ,T ., , . .
1 t in Inivq nr tlirt I mind Strung nrn nnn
it is regarded tho ablest State Paper , , . , ... ,
, , travenou by her citizen?, whether they
that ever emanated from any American
Executive and will be so regarded by tho
live in South Caroliua or Massachusetts
he will enforce them, and ho will not ro
coguizo any exemption from obedience to
those laws by tho authority of a State that
claims to havo "seceded." But he won't
r. . ' t . T
v;ourt convened on iuonuay iasi, ua-1
oembcr 3, 1800. Hon. W.J. Woodward, make war, and ho thinks Congress has no
and Associates Kline and Evans, on tho rl2t 10 ulak0 war UP0U tue bt;lt0 itsclt.
Uench. ("Suppose," says he, "sueh a war should
Commonwealth vs. Wrirfit lluches, result in the conquest of a State, how aro
Surety of tho Peace Dist.Atty.& Freeze wo to govern it afterwards? Shall wo
for Commonwealth, Clark for Defendant. l"ld it as a province, and govern it by
Defendant sentenced to pay tho costs and despotic power I In tho nature of things
give bail in three hundred" dollars, with we could not, by physical force, control
one sufficient surety, to keep the peace to -' tho will of the people, and compel them to
ward3 all good citizens, and especially to'olect Senators SndKeprcseutativcs to Con
Peter Miller and his family. gr3, and to perform all tho other duties
Wm. Appleman r. Jonathan Mastellcr. , depending upon their own volition, and
Action on Book Account Clark for Plff. required lrom tue ireo citizeus ot a atato
Frcoze for Deft. Judgment by consent , ai a constituent member of tho Confcder
for 812.00 for Plaintiff. ! y."
Com. vs. Peter Applcgato. Indictment, This is sound, constitutional and con
purjury Dist. Atty., Freezo, and Jackson, 'servativo doctrine, and not the less so
for Commonwealth Ent and Clark for . because it is geutlo and merciful ; and tho
Spirit of tho Ago. ,
Perhaps this might moro properly ho
rendered tho spirit of Pros' ess. Notwith-
Washington, Dec. 4
House. Tho Chaplain, Hoy. Mr.
tandinc tho objections sometimes urged, Stockton, prayed that 'Congress may
wo desiro to yield lo it tho tributo of praisu wisely consider tho propositions prcsonted
and admiration. It is this spirit that con- in tho President's mcssago, nnd dcliber
verts tho forest into tho blooming field ntcly act on them in all righteousness and
whero onco the widely expanding oak and truth.
towering pino held sway, tho luxuriant! The Steaker laid beforo tho Houso
grain field or tho grapery or orchard is tho annual estimates of tho Secretary of
cultivated, yielding their annual incrcaso the Treasury, llcferrcd to tho Comuiittco
as a reward for tho husbandman's labor. 'of Ways and Means.
It is this spirit that converts tho quietly! Mr. Moorhead, from tho Committco to
flowing river into a motive power almost wait on tho President, reported that they
unequalled in valuo and usefulness, 'lho had performed that duty and tho Prcst
first steam cngino was a remarkable inveu- J dent requested thcni to say he would com
Or Her. I. Dahl ct BcrwlcV.
in llctwlcli, AnJ 2fl; l?rn, Pa van. Kiorr of Ontrc
imvntliip. ofiJ MI'i Bnt, Kuhek, ot Utinrtrock u, i.
In Ilcrwltk, Hrpt, 11, li'fQ. Jt Hi'k, of S.ilcni, nnil
Mlafl Anltlc BllHtxtn, ff iNorlliulnbcrland.
In N'ricoperk. ffft. 13. 1S0O, Jaiod lurr, nuJ Mlia
Mill m Nlm, nf ttiat p'neo.
In lltlarcrck (owAtliln'iOct. A, lff.0, Wm. Admi. mid
Miai .MR KrTt, both of tlinllonn'hlp.
In norulck, Ort.d, fO. E. H. LelssR, nn'il MIm I.Art'
m Vii.i.um, of Scliii) Iklll co.
In llrrwIrk.Oct. 57, HfjOKRAnKIJi SnfMn. of Mnlno
twp. nnil Mill Cakouh llAnimiicn, of Contro twp.
In llornlik, Ort,27, lffO, Jo Mahtix T'nA!iT7., of Her
lflt nnil Mlsi Dmoni Av IloimmcK, of Hlackcri'ck.
In llrtn Irk, Nov. l?lli. J It. Jamtok, and Mti. Math,
ad Urown, liotli of Malno township.
InTnmlilckcn Vally, Nov.STtli 1800. Jostrn rooit.fir.J
Mill UA1HARINK J.IIIRr, IMJ1I1 01 PrilllJIKlll iUUlll'. 1 u
A BOOK THAT r.VERV rAUSIKIl!, MRCIIAMIC A.Nt
UUSINtSS MAN WAN'iH.
THE TOWNSHIP & LOCAL LAWS
of the Slate of Pennsylvania.
Couiplltfil from tin Actl of Aiicmbly by WILilAM T
lUINllS, Ri'l.. nnil iiiibllilMil by iOWAltlir
J.UIW, Wcit Chcitcr, la.
Tlll;3 work coinalna over 400 pngci of iloidy iin,iBi
iitaUrr, nnil uill bo 10I1I by lubicrtption.
HtuRelici ttioitiitlca of tho Justice a of tho Piaei.with
forma fyf tho Ifaiiinctton of tlivlr bililnwii.
It tciiclici lho Uutloa of Uomtalilca v Itti oil tha tiei.
Hilary foriuf, nppfrlalnltin lo thoolhcc.
ltconlnlni theiluti' i ol Supwrdioraof avory Count,
and ToiMlablp lu the Htato.
It coiitnim thu inoiii) 01 procconro ror tin laying; cul
rilll0. Nov. Sllh lfCO. C.IOIOB IlkPCt ofS. n ill oucnillj 01 punic am. .r.....i. ru,,,. ui .acaillij w,4
lem. S. . K.,.. of UK; . Place , ff.&Bltt..u,..
In llliiomiburs, on the 2d In.!., by the Itcv. J. II. Diniiii, ti,,,,,, Ueciiloni and illrcttioui. tosdhef with foru,. u,
at hit rcnldence Mr. Uaviu L'. IIeimiiai.ii. of Bcott twp., ieodi, Uomli, (.'ontrncti. Ccrtlflchtea, &e.,ic, Tlii!
to Mlia Mnv Ann llitMcn, of I.lsht Street, tol., co. t iieinrtiioiil of ttiu n urk noa c piled at llarrltburc !!
t .. i..L.nn tnuMt.l.in Pnli, iiil.in muiitv. on the Slit of 1 Mr. famuil 1. Haifa. Ilcimtv tiioirliituidcnl.atid ii&inK.
ticn when introduced, but homo on by the municato his mcssago in writiug to-day Novei'uhrr. by Junice vorum. mmn w. uauf. wwiinh. pricoof mo roimpi toanyono mterreu.a
,., , , ..It...!. .nndMlia r.unnnritlloRi.l.olliofl.urrfn. ; coumy, W"-"!'";1'; . f.r..i.i ,,..
On thl S3 lilt., by the Itcv. It. Kelly. Sir. J. T. Iloliioi,
ll cinttalni the ilutlcs of Ttiwusliip AuditOra.
Ucout.ilns Hie lam rclatlto to bcgti atid Shunti,
It cuiit.iini tlie dutift nf Asnenor.
It cnntaiu tlio lawn ritftthtj to (3 tray f, Muloa mj
Bui nf .
It coiitaln the lawi relative to Tencci aod rntw
It contaiui tin- lav, rclntlv o in Gamo lluuting, Turn
tide of progress nnd development ; it liaa noon,
1 C ..11 ,-,a ndnnlml AT- T . c Tt. 1.na ' ft
to tho uso of man, The magnctSo telegraph arrived. j wr
a few years ago uuknown, is now madcj After soma unimportant proceedings, I
t,A mnrllnln nf rtrtllllnil tl inn tflM tlfrt WO.On 1llll1 f Afncinnn rna Inifl ItnTiMn tlirt TTaiIci ' 1.. U.l.m tniwtiaititn t iimm. omiiitv mi ttifl 'II at f nii.1 llxi-r.
, . ,, i n r ' Aiiguil lait, HkMtY, ton of?tnm Dcvfiiport, ogeJ , U contiutu thi LluUion Laws with all the ueccmrr
throuuuout the world. 'Hie railroad now i nnd was read by Col. l'ornc, tltc fepeaker n enM. romu.
. .1 m 11 i . . i . . I tn Mtfllin inn nahtn mi Ilia 3.1 nf g-ntrMihtr rnn I COlitflilll ft IflTpO number tif Legal rorilli, ttllicll kftf
curves its way through all our valleys, having first requested gentlemen to be si- Cathr i1k aauLuuf 'r Jamca iiio i.; iicj ? iliontbl "" y uny irmuaction f bu.inc,-,
, , , . ' . I an. 1 1 .ttfi AcktinwIilpLinentji, Atltda fti, rticln of greemLl
CrOSaeS OUr mountains and Spans OUr rivers . lent. uitaouny. a(1( 0lMltratlSi i-artiRTBhip, Apiiremlrcn, Alignment,,
. i i -r . t , In CnttwlBift town;hfp. on tbe Htli nf pP,tfinl,Pr AttcntMl.tiio, Uillt bf J:chanv0 aiuMroiniu.ry Nou,
carrying prosperity, ciitcrprc and luuus- Sun'Atk, Messrs. Gwn, Ilarlan.John Amnd, daugiitcrcf juacph Mowroy.agcj s car una ii,iu ci rfio,iwri,eck,cw..&i.u, iieda. u
, . , 1 , I . M , tit.,.. 12 (loyn. Bitlom, nun tillu und I'rotluto Notes, I.nnloril nndTsn
trial economy with it wherever it goes, son, (Tenn.,) Thomson, ami Wilkinson, I in Miminnntin lntu of septembvr, Mites Mionof am. uaT-n, i.tum o( Attorney, .inrriancf, Murtrifm.
This spirit has laid hare the mineral wealth appeared in their teats. . H.i.mtcivn.i.ii.. .... n am, r Seot,..,,h:r. ".nv i'!"1 1 J t; .ob,ci;u, ? si a,,, copy, p.,,"
Prayer by tho Chaplain. M.no.n.T ilanjlitor cf J.l... Uu.,a8ed l)rar3.,.o,itl,. "iZolnlAi
An ALLWinn JIail ltonncn Annus-
ted. A few day3 ago, a young man,
named William Keating, a hraliesman on
the Norristown Uailroad, was arrested by
1 ost-Uflico Agent, Jlooro, on tho char"o
of robbing tho mail between Philadelphia,
.Norristown, and intermedial points. It
seems that for ten days previously com
plaints had been made of the failure of
letters and parcels along tho lino; and
n one instance it is said lho cnlirc pack
age for Levcrington was missin. Mr.
Mooro at onco look tho matter in hand,,
and on Friday morning, at tho Norr'n
town Depot, (wo presume) saw tho defen
dant pick up ono of tho two pouches
brought by tho regular messenger and de
tained it on tho platform of tho car, on
tho &tcps of which ho sat down, with tho
end of the pouch within reach ; in a little
while ho took tho pouch inside tho car
where the agent had taken a scat, and
where ho soon loft it and again went out
side, when ho pulled out papers from his
pocket which ho examined tore up and
threw away. 3Ir. Moore testified, "I stood
in the door-icuy looking ut him, and as
soon as his back was turned,! jumped from
the car and picked up tho fragments of
paper, which show that by duo coureo of
mail, thoy ought to bo in that pouch at
that lime." Other fragments of wrappers
and envelopes bearing Philadelphia post
marks, havo lately been picked up in the
depot.Ninth and Green streets. The hear
ing of tho caso took place beforo Commis
sioner Ileazlit, on Friday, aud was then
postponed to Monday at four o'clock, to
get moro testimony. The accused, who is
only about eighteen, was held to bail.
Ihe act as testified to by the post-oflice
agent, appears to have been openly com
milted ; the pouch being so insecure as to
admit tho contents being drawn out between
tho eyes through which tho strap or chain
passed ; and the agent, who says that the
accused sat down on the steps of the plat
form, with the pouch within his reach, did
not sco the robbery, if robbery there were
of tho country jgiving ctnployincut to thous
ands of tho?o whoso boast is physical su
periority over tho denizen of thu store or
ofiico those in whoso breasts warm hearts
beat and noble impulses aro cherished.
The mighty rivers of tho veil aro plowed
by that magnificent agent of transportation
the steamboat, convoying rich cargoes of
tho product of thu soil, and furnishing an
other proof of tho progrcssivcncM of the
age. While it is undoubtedly truo that
our present opulence and influence is main
ly, if not solely, attributable to tho superi
or genius and enterprising indiutry of our
pcoplo, it is equally true that tho spirit and
power of a self constituted, arbitrary aris
tocracy opposes every thing that tends to
progress and a more general diffusion of
our wealth and advantages among all
classes of population. It therefore follows
thtt if monopolies should bo broken down,
aud individual enterprise substituted, there
would be awakened a feeling of competi
tion that would servo to improve aud bring
into practical use every element of wealth
tho country possesses, and thus elevate the
tandard of popular industry and givo to
labor its truo and merited dignity. Those
thoughts, hastily thrown out, will, it is be
lieved, be found worthy of series conside
ration. Erie Guz.
:V Panther in New Yuhk. Last
Tuesday, as a man was walking in the
woods, about eighteen miles northwest
from Uoonvillu, X. Y., ho suddenly came
across an unweleomo visitor, in tho form
of a largo and savago looking panther,
which, as ho approached a pilu of lumber,
was discovered sitting on the farther cud
of it. The man immediately took off his
coat, flourished t violently, aud hallooed
with all his might. At this the panther
took fright and disappeared in the woods.
Tho man then hurried on but had not
proceeded a great distance, beforo ho a.
aiu saw his four-footed enemy, not many
yards in advance of him. Again ho took
off his coat and shook it defiantly at the
made tracks for the
Deft. Defendant not guilty, nnd Prose
cutor to pay tho costs.
Com. vs. Clark Price. Indictment, as
sault and battery with intent to murdcr-
moral of it all is, the duty of conciliation
and a recognition of tho power of public
sentiment, as constituting tho safeguard of
our institutions. To thtt public sentiment,
Dist; Atty., and Jackson for Common- even as represented ill Congress, tho Pros
wealth Freeze for Deft. Verdict guilty
.in manner and form.
t Com. vs. Wm. Drown. Indictment, as
I sault and battery Dist. Atty., and Stew
art, for Commonwealth Jaekson for Deft.
' Verdict not guilty by reason of Lunacy.
Com. vs. Wright Hughes. Indictment,
assault and battery on wife of Deft Diat.
Atty., and Freeze, .for Commonwealth
Clark for Deft. irdict guilty, ono dollar
fine and thirty days imprisonment and
Lemon's Administrators vs. A. W. Crea
mer. Action of assumpsit Wirt, for tho
Plff -Hurley, for Deft. Verdict for Plain
tiff for 823 85.
Stephen II. Miller vs Daniel F. Seybcrt.
Action to recover bid at Sheriffs Sale
Paldy and Clark for Plff. Freeze, for
Peft. Verdict for Plff for 5134.29.
Com. vs Wm. Tyson. Indictment as
sault Dist. Atty. & Freezo for Com.
Clark, for Deft. Verdict not guilty.
Prosecutor to pay costs.
Peter Billmeyer vs Michaol Moylert.
Action for valuo of Horses injured by Deft.
Clark & Oomley , for Plff Hurley & Dont
ley, for Deft. Verdict for Plaintiff for
Court still in Sussiou, Friday noon
a w go. to Press,
ideut appeals. Ho asks the South, tho
"r l i ip i .1 . .. .... o"i r..ce,veii ineir iinqiiniiiiieii miiirouaiion, ai a rinabU
lUr. JilGLEU, OU UClialt Ol theccmmit-l On UmSSth of Soptcmbi-r, lii Mifflin tnwimlilp, M.nv mu.lboiik of relereiicu upon all liilijetti apou Hhitli u
li.l..:i..il.ll.ll .1 1 .1 . AiswireofMlihaei Keller. aseil3 yean nnd a inontlH. ,.,,. The whole l nrrnnged In -mil n inntiiiM ai ti.
ItO 10 wan on IIIO J. rCSUieni, reportCU Iliat On tho Sil of October in llollenbaik tp., I.iifrnnCo. Iinnc-lit ii plnin, ouiclio mill eihcil itnU'meiit of tin
il j .1 .i.. I Mahy l.'Aiii.niKit. iliinuhttr nf Samuel Hem. aeeil ll iliitieaofiillTovvnihiliOfiiceri.nl liiny be readily ui.
UlLy mill puriormcu llMl UUI. 1 yean 2 inoulhi I) dnyi. uernteoJ by any ono. Tlie Uonnly V.1II bo thoreujUly
lho President s Jiessneo was delivered In Ornnje tnn.. on tin !th of Octobe
, . T . . . . . r. of John IMnnu. aped 35 year Suiontlii,
ji, u. uiu2buii.iiii'.i, ma pwtiuu oaic- i Uattaninti Valley, on tha ISlh of October, IIicka, p. s. UomlConi alien are wanted in all parti of tbli
iipr. ,wl ,v,.a rnn(l i wne orconrou ueitn, iigwu 01 eari o iiionurj mm , rnutity rorthenonie work, touliienn liberal roiuiieii.d
i.ii),iuu liasiuu. .dayi. ' tiuinitlbogiteii. Applic.illoinwliich uiuit bi made at
I On the luh of OetribKr, In Ilollinhnck twp., I.ui, Co, " rl dat. nddreiiru lothe Ueueral Asolil at Blcieu..
DlSClIAUUi: OF WOIIKMKS. We regret Kolp.i S.nu, ion ofSa.nuel Una asedayearaO oari; will receive proinplaltentloj.
., r. . i i . , . . inoiithiildiljya, ' '
to say mat on oaturuay last . u. niciioi: ; int'emrr'viii... on tho aw of ocub-r, tnfam i.m if
Mcphn Hill, ne;eil one mount aim one il.iy. !
uerbiuoj by any one. incuonniy win oe iiiorwuitbly
il.i.r ".-..v.- ivir enniae.l lor ihe work, and tbo auppoit ofthe iltijeui
ihi aaffl. 'leclfolly aoliciUd.
ilia, ami ii luyi. ( ,, J01x, (i,,.r ,s0t for Columbia Comity
IN'KW STUHH & N'KW GOODS.
! tiiiilcr-iitiPil, rntcful for ti.iat -atroniBc reiif at
turcrs 1U OtatC Street) Ul-.CliargCU a UUm- HKE.iriit( soimf Wm. KlMiir.mjfilS munilHaiiJ 11 ilny lie in pfiisral, tli it nm Un rvumwd hvr I'anry ami Tiiiu
lnOrann tup, on tli 2 I of.Vov. Vnn pk, dnnjilitcr f
discharged tvciityscvcn men. M'ilsou Sc !
brother. afrricuUural itunlcinent manufac- o--ne wiutiimir, osni i yrnrs u momhiami isi'ny.. ,.,.
j, 11 l 'w 2J 's,'nvv'n ',lI''c1', twp., CViinnliU Ctmnty I tally lurunn thu l,idie vt llfuuiiivhiirtft ni-iil His put-
her, aud a number wjro aUo discharged ' n'SVrnX
from tho Ilarriiburg Car Fartory, Ai""' ,, . , ,.,,.,
" . . . I At Irnn-Hl... (Mooinphiirp,) on tlie Stjlli u)t , Jonx I'iia-
great many articles manufactured at their ( oihaid, nem near a oBr,
establishments arc for a Southern market; ' ""?aMB. -gn;rgTr'',""-J-L"
butall orders from that direction having i (1 QbUCliiSCin(it5
ceased, tho employers have been compelled . , .
to reduce their working foice. j ADM INTSTH ATOR'S XOTICE.
This 'n only thff beginning of tho end Estate of Peter Crawjord ilctcasetl.
and neaven only knows how many poor r uitbis ofAiiiniiiiitratiim on the u.tate of I'li m
lailllllCS 111 UU U11VCI1 lO tlie VCrU 01 Sl.ir- couiuy. iieeeai-ii, nave oeun ernuwii ny in
vation beforo tho winter is over.
l'..l.l..,l.;n.......lH toll... Il..l..rail.l.,l ru-IHltll, 1,. .l.l
Tho towiuhip'iill pcrimia lnvini;iaiiiii arninit the K.tal- of
... i.i . ins aeeeiii'iit are re'iuehien in preicni uieui 10 ine .mi-
statement that business had been curtailed mitii-truor. without delay, and nil piinni indebted to
I make tuiinenl Krthwlth.
ana tliousauds upon thousands ot onera-1 joiin HSirrii,
, , . ... , . x- ii .lifta'r
tivcs iiau uccn ui-cnarircu in acw xoik necnnb're, ijoo-u.
and thu Kastern States, was ridiculed aud
pronounced a lie by the Republican papers.
What will they say now, that the panic
consequent upon tha olectnu of Lincoln ' '.S0,"" rjf"m;fy! ,u,ri"vc- ""'
l- er iiarticirlariund compute iiutrlidinni olicloie ilainn
.ndiiddeeia J. V. nAUUI A. I'i.
TUAVKLLI-VG AGK.NTS WANTKP !
Wll will employ Agcnta to m-li n new lint tnlilaWe
I'alelited Artiel'1. t Mil f on cwinmiiiimi nr nt a lib.'rul .ii-
has reached their very doors
Some of tho men who havo been dis-
chanred nut in a lively time this summer
n marchiii'' tho streets arrayed in oil ihAOllhliS lhl 1 1 U 1
cloth, bearing torches, headed by bauners , T"?,"," !'l'COm'yni" kel,,W "'
promising hoiucs to tha homeless and land MOi)A I' DEVUM3ER U ilh, 1S00,
to the landless. HOW do tllOV liko tho 1C- aiiJcloliinn Friday bvenin- of the nw wink.
. ,, i.l ArraiiK.'iiH'iil. are in prosria whldiare denned to
SUIt 01 I lien- OWU actions, as iar US tliuy VC render the ln.mut.. one nl llm mixt inter xtliiff
ot ? Ilarrhburg Patriot,
iiiiiiMire. trim, tlie Lkchinee ihiildnei intu the l rick
buililiiie of Mr. John 11. Puri-'l. Tint ilor.Weiit tfttn.
Coiiit llouie, where ahehuajuit receired a helectai.
Hortmeiit i f
Fashiniinblc iM mid Winter Goods,
Tit I i'. MINUS.
XO TIONS, ij-c, &c
WIiIlJi will bt solJ mi Uit ti-rnu and to tvtblcli !b at
tifitiuu of (.uiiitniri n imitcJ.
AMELIA D. WLUB.
IMuoiuttiirg Nr -v ID. It-U).- 3iu.
M j-: w "iT'Tb h iT
X'l MlliLES.HU .Wll RET.HL
j !im AP
) Tin' HiiilcrjiiTtifM :ctpi'rt fully inform tlii citin f
I IlUjonuliurn, und tK ut'lic in suri-hI, tlint In- Inu pur
i iuticu inv i.t ii ji i a j otr., in ui n niir irniiie uii to
lioiuv, on Mai, i street, n-urly i'pjoiitr tin- V.xc aiijcj
Uuil Jiiieu, whttri Ik Uti jiikt rtcent'tl r apletuu iu
Lll'Y ATS AND CAPS,
Hirv'rt from thu Manuf.itturies, of bll klnI. ttj Ivi, m-n
an. I tir.'H, l.itcnt faMiii..., vnIikIi Ii vlUf whvlittAt kul
rot.nl, al vrr low pricM.
by 'I'll -si JiiiJi m ill lid hliI at wry Ion ptues f.r
JOHN K. UlUTON.
i:from(juri. netotiT 37, lst'.0
Dn. IIaye's UxrEDiTio.v. Capt. Mc
Cormick, of Dr. IIaye's expedition, thus
writes to a friend in New York :
UrrcRNAViic, Aug.10. Wc havo been
greatly favored thus far, in making the
passago to Disco in M days tho quickest
passage made by any of lho Arctio expo
ditious! Our little craft is nil I could wish
her, and I havo not spared her. Our on
ly accident so far has been tho Stavinj
of our ttern boat.
We havo had very heavy wcathe
coming out. Tho waves rolled in on ono
fcido and out at tho other. Drv nlntlios
.-.-.! 1 I.-.ll.. L..1 Cl.-.ll. i-
lrrimii'ii iliiii iiimiv i.x iiinir:iLi.ii liiiiilii. lii ... n....
' ' ; we naTO neen sirangers to. otiu wo are
pause-to bear tho ills, tho confessed ills, . d ... anJ . . . . .
they havo, rather than rush to others that 1 poj0
thoy know not of. Ho supplicates the W'e havo lot ono of our bands-Cam-North
to retrace its steps, to check tho tho carpenter Who was fouml dead
spirit of what may well bo called scuti- inL-ubcd. Wo buried him here. Our
mental enthusiasm on the bubject of do-1 6urgcon cav03 u, at plac0i Our wholo
mestic slavery in plainest Knglish, to i t.011lpillly ar0 united ai:d in .excellent spir
mind its own business and thus appeal- ita)0ftcn making our little cabin ring with
iug to both sides of this heated issue, ho laughter,
suggests a practical reinciiy in an amena-, 'j.jiib evening we leave for tho North,
ment Of tho Constitution for the territorial ' ,nnr,ln.r nt. 'nssnnsnlc tn nl.tnin n. f.iw innrn
question, and a repeal of offensive local jog3i Vo tako u new hand from hero,
legislation. the son-in-law of Peterson who takes the
Ho thinks that Congress has tho remedy placo of the Carpenter,
in its power, and recommends that it shall ( Look for our return in about two years.
propose an "explanatory amendment" to .. .
tho Constitution on tho subject of slavery. 1 T"E notorious "Billy Mulligan" has
Ho says, "this might origiuato with Con. been convicted in a New York court on a
grcss or the Stato Legislatures, as may bo charge of attempting to shoot a police of
deemed most advisablo to attain the object." Cccr. The fact that a leading ruffian and
This explanatory amendment would bo in- bully can bo convicted of any crime in a
tended to settle, finally aud forever, the Now York coart has so astonished tome
truo interpretation of tho Constitution on of tho journals in that city that they make
tho thrco following points : tho matter a bubjeot of editorial comment,
1. An express recognition of tho right JTnn T mt
of property Sn slaves iu the States where Sbsiexoed.- John Cathcart, of Clear
it now exists or may hereafter exist. field county was sentenced last week, by
2. Tho duty of protecting this right in Judgo Linn, to bo hung for the murder of
all the common Territories throughout his wife.
woods. Tho man by this time had become
thoroughly alarmed, and pursued his
journey with all tho basic possible. Know.
ing that a house was not far away, ho
made towards it swiftly. When within
tight of it ha turiud and looked behind
him, when lo I tho panther was tteallhily
following him, and at a distance of only
fifteen feet. His coat was again brought
into requisition, aud was shaken, as be
foro, accompanied with loud cries. This
fiuio tho animal left with precipitation,
and tho man hurried to the house, and
upon reaching it fell to the floor with ex
On. Si'itiNUS in Canada. In borimj
in the county, but Ihey are not hiuluielit y computed to
give tha or'ixrjiiinii nf rvi'rri.j.
The tilueimnf the village and t iciliil) liaveL'tnerously
i.U'.'reil lo entiMl.ifi d lari! nnjontj ol" lh- TiuJunnf
the tounly Iri o wlliU there. Ami the esp-imca id th
r 'inHlniler, il they are preient, will be but 11 lljjht burden
Light Street, lice. loo,-3v
i', M. roTTri. Coi.iiiiittoi
tnr ml n tine rinv.3 Riiino n Siiimim. t liinn. 1 for the lii.titiit tu a. le
, ,. , ,. f. 1 I I'rof J. 1'. WICICDItSII W.uftho.'.l.'itJ Vormal Schnnl
da, Oil reacllin?; dOWll lltty-SOVCll ICet, ttlO andolhr prominent iimliuUon and lecturer! nlll he
' a J 1 ,' ,..e.i. ....... 1.. ...a... ... 1 .1 1
gas rushed Up With great force, throwing IrnM an iilleiidaticii 1-( thirJ In n cnieral KallKiine of
lip dry Sand for all hour. It tllCU CCased, I er nf tin t I deem it' a dut) u. uill m n privilege tu
.lull HIU uuilll was lua'tiiivvi , uuv tio buuii
ll.:. .un,. .ln.. It.n r.ra vo1l,l,l im llMftl I
US hlua na.i uuui 111. q1..? .ui.v. u, ,1.1...
great violence, throwing the drill a pieco
of iron ono and a half inches in diameter,
eight feet long and weighing fifty pounds
entirely out of the hole ; and it continued
to discharge gravel, water and stono into
the air a distanco of one hundred feet.
Thu ttream widened out to tho diameter
of a barrel, after leaving thu hole, and the
quautity was such as to raise the creek
considerably above its ordinary level,
though it is hero twenty-five feet wide. Af
ter tho flow of water subsided, the gas was
ru M.-nc.M. t'.i.i:ur..TOK.
I'll M.TICAI, L'AI.I.'lII.A'IDIt.
I HAITICAI. t.AKCUI.Al'Oll.
I'll LT10AI. CALCULATOR.
is o EalTfi ec ' s
A HdOif HIT pLilt KtLLP AND L4I ll LA t Iuk1 Milt Ul'tlSL.i
Oi'kRAlioNi, t' M Anns M. UtiiiHiK. l'Htlitl. tint
fcmt AMI 1"UN LVAM kit. NKU KUIUOI, -LI1LI1U.I)
1IY J. It. l.Il'VtNCUlT &L L'll., I'HlUKtlHIU.
Tliia vork coutninj iU)i tiaj;o, ami u mania of 50U
If (licit finil litHiutiU'. t'lillrcli ntnl IM,rri ininr i-iiaciii i
fired, nlld an OXplOslOn took plaCO which f urtHH tvarj - Any itillrecommnii purttiitu of Huki-
hook tho uround for half a mile, and then , nmit iiini,iiJurcc-aioiirami iiroiiouucMi iiy an u-
0 ' c cif lniBiiiPSd men tout nviutnr ikkik or mtiBkM t
COntinUCU tO &CUU Up a &IlCCt Ol liaiHC aa itprljliilnir tncoliulanoiiK, IJmtlinH urrrbi'in iiubluhvi
1 . lltr Kxamplu lit tliehonk it wonKki) oL'i istiiLnii
hltJU a3 IUO Water Iiau proviousiy gone, naicu ma piatti nmnnir. ao iJi.ittt'uita pan
f ,11 i i ari'. tlmst.' rcffrrmif to tlit- work ill Jmd no
H, P. A !- W, 11ARTHE
WH wmit.l r-jipjrtrnlly invito tha attention vf on,
IrUMiils nnJ tlu jmlihc in'itvr.illy. from Uo Tunu
and C'uiinty. to our prfsi!it Now rlok of
EAB-Oi ami Wii'i'HJBt
wbUli Iinvulm-n .l -t tJ t Illi prvat van' nml uailvr mora
th.HiurIiti.ir) ;iihattj;e. Wu t.ui uiXtt to CiS
r tan if Jin it .jj'r- tr ireui ni(iuci'ni?iii.
tiurt-U'tu uiunractH oinmii .-very vnruiy. tiyiu a-m
1u.1l it in tin Itrr--t Condi Mug. Wu Uami
fK'l.atii trtiin 1 ii tin., to i tier yarJ.all Vuil l'lsl '
Lnitou I'l'iMlt, r-asmiy I'laiiU. fanhmcri Kliuir
etriK'n,'J6Utls. of Kxirn I'l.uil xilb for SOct.
per y.inl. Itlnr k Hilk ami othor lit larsc ian
IU !(, litwU, Urorhii, it. 1 1 ax. CtiniU
nnj IM.itikut, I'allroca. 'J'lf kluji.
I'li'tks, Hiripvn, ict- fa,
Cldthi. CHhhiu'M Hattin'tt, Ac,
In niLlttii'ii tu Dm aljuvt w v uiler (Iroco
ri4, Il.ir.hvar, (Iu'thhw nr1, Willow nnJ
Odar Varr lUi.tti ai.il SIioii, Hat ami l'u)S,(at
reaurt-tl (iricnK) Wall l'aipvr. CurpcU, (-'nrpt Cliui'i.
futtoti Yarn, it,, A.c. rU, ialt, trou.Xaila, Luiab.r,
Woml ai 1 foal.
I loomiliurif. rpt. S?, lef-O,
A Traqedv ix Paducah, Kv. A
bloody tragedy occuncd in Paducah on
Saturday morning laat. opposite tho St. I
Francis Hotel, which resulted iu tho im-1
mediate death of ono of the parties and the 1
mortally wounding of tho other. Two
citizens of that place, named Capt. Pigg
and old stcamboatmau, and a Mr. Pryor,
had a controversy about soma old affair,
which soon became of au angry character,
loading to threats to shoot ou the part of
Pryor, Both drew revolver.- and fired.
Pigg was shot on tho side of tho neck, tho
ball ranging round the head and lodging
iu the brain, killing him instantly. Pry
or was shot in tho Ueshy part of tho thigh
making a daugerou) wound ; tho second
entered his abdomen aud lodged in tiotuo
part of tho body, tho wound, no doubt,
proving mortal beforo this time.
Tills flamC COUUV be SCeil lOl lnilCS, and In n-ailily loUtimUi fn nunl. itHiernl arranffv-
, , - ,, , , ! ... iiM'tii 01 hip t.. iii u ijJi j uk la o siiiipiu, mat any one
WaS lUtimately CXtingUVSnCU "tl great w ho kmm s how to ntl.l, mibtrjct, imilliply, nr djvWe, can
lien, or arri t at the trim rHiitt of nny f stiiuiitf r"iufrcil.
'l'ht rliH'faim of thu uutlior hnu liLtMttucjchevtliiMiry
and nlitlimniifiv in li'-urc. n i in i ri i onlv At farts ami mm.
pluiiy, boh'n i ii tli.it tmihtt'r"! nirti r.iru liitlu about
apcntlin linn' in ilucuaiiiitlit! p)iil)pliy nf ri op
lliu fru'iici' ft if fiiiurca. ilci-iiiiiitt it 'kiiIIiciciiI for tbeir
Itirpoeto bu abld a. siiiMKvr, li rcffrrnri. j tirr i c
, at the tin result. Tli i'Al.f'UI.ATult iliilfrs i In tliia
rcuprft from hII Ariihitii-tim of the Jay ami kiiolrcil
rvorka it is a key to prutirul buviiicus citlcnljtjuiia it
i iu the h null of ihi ti-tfli r in thu b"1iou1toui.i -it fa
cihiatva liiuo nihl iiiajirca LorrortnuB.
THE WORK TREATS OF THE
Mi'a.urniitMit nf Lam!, of f.unilHT. nf ririrk ami Untie
WrrK. of ritoiic nnil ljtoii.1 U'wrk. nf Orain anil Cram
lliiii', if Coal anil C.inl I'ina, r.f tVon4, of riolnli, ul l.i-
iuiiii. ol circular. i-'nari.. or IrrvBiiiar vi'si'il.. ol i ll'
ti'riiHatil Vaia. of Ito.lini; uf I'liKtcruri-.' rainteriT.'
I.larlcrti. I'avi.ri,' l'lumln'M,' I'aiifr llaiisi-ra,' and l.'p
The John llrowu ltcpublicana of Bos
ton invited Gov. Packer to bo present at a
lueeling ou the -'J of Deo , tho anuivcr-
ray of lirowu's execution. Iu reply ho
llARRisnuna, Xov. 2J, 1800.
Sir : In wy opinion, tho young men
whose names aro attached to thu foregoing
letter would better serve God and their
eouutry by attending to their own busi-
' , . ........ . itiiiriurii. I
np(i4. .lohn lirowii was riL'titlullv Itailfrcd. i.n.ii.r.HVmb .it ir..i. i.r i n i i.r iv.-.u... i mc uitim aatufjiiiou.
i i f . 1 1 1 1 . . .7. . il nnil ll..m.Ltii Ptrli'iu.'i.. nfiN.. Ili-ri'ml .tHni i.t Itn. i OlL! of tlld Illo.t talll lU foJllirt'lT (if till! Maflllll'
ailU Ills JUIO SI10U1U liu ,l warning lO UlUCIS ,,uclia ,, lla npltrntimi tu llu.iiHH r,f I'll iilliiMiaiiil Ihorouipailiu nol III .iialiaiiisa
I'RED'K liROWX, Jit.,
Mulli ami ( IifMiuit SliTtts,
VITOHITK '1 Ilk "UtRAIlD HoCV
ty ,7.7L7iP..V, VnKXCU, .1.V1) ?:.XlLl!ill, l:
VIlKMICIl.i .1X1) uuvas.
T o i ! e t Articles.
Lnbin'ii, CmnIruyV. Il.ij ley's, A.C., fcc i.c I'erfuLuery,
H'i.ijiH, rf.u iK'tw 'I'oiU't I'uuilrra and Coamctica.
Iliti Dkl'moosL. of tin' bcr-t ilutilli'jtf.
Ilk.ni' I:m.i.iii TiHtut l'ftLdiiLH, of nil kiicitanil ityles.
Hkvr'tKii khs. "i'uii i ii Wamim of aiirued WtnJi.
It ti( U.M.Lii Hack Hut huh.
t'oniH ofall Kiutts, ltulUlo, hull t RuMer. A.c, Stc
l'oAHhai tun -iiiK a i ii I.ubin'tf , L'oulra)'ri and aTauj;-
ciKt'ii, &.t., tc. I'cnc ItLAR'a On..
I'lke i'olu ioui Wauk from I'urclaia J'ouutaina,
Hole ami Soiia with iIioUo !S nniH.
l llLI) K iJIlOW, Jb..
K. f Cur. I'll i uiul ClKUuul
Auu'ist 4, IcOO Wm.
M AC II IK Kl
PATLWED MMlCIl 9, ltfS3.
PRICE $10 EACH,
Ii.iviti; pur litHi'tl tiie filiiMM' nplit of tin. Bbovu
WlUilblt; llMI'ltOV k.U L Ilk A I I' A ILSV thWIMi Ullllhk. ioT
thuioiiiit) nt L'nliiiiilu.i, will bf luipiy tu ui) tlinr
tricioU with llio iirtitk lur the aciuuiiiiolatiuii of tlieiu
udu's ami lamilit'ii 'I'liu toltiiMing arc boinu of thtt u
IK'rior itdvuut.iea thU iinpk'nii'iit iioasubbua our any
u it vet ollrtM to tliu nulilir. Vl. '
I. It trout 4(M) to UK) ailtclics jtor minute, tUua
fin mi; boll i iit.iu ami labor in I lie operation,
il liu ciiisiru(.tioii in no ulain ami biinnlc. with any-
thiuj lUf inr un.iiiu, it i tu) kcol in urJtr aujudl
having Himilar iiroolivities,
WM. b PACKEU,
Governor of Pennsylvania-.
To Pai'KH MAXur.vcTuitKns. Since
the introduction of envelopes, tho outuiilo
leaf of most letters and notes is useless
aud wasted. People generally, to avoid
I Klniiitrt miH (Yimnnuml Inf.rptl, tin. I llirlr i-ntlrn iinnli. I 4. l.nibU' tlirr.itl .MaOiinOb.ftrc Ul tl V H ll ilhmtt U III
cfitiou ti lliiaiiic truunrtioiu. uillillio lam nml ui-n- . n'l tfijr unhandy tn thn-Jnims, but Una AJarttiue i
I tif gnviTiiins nml r'-cnhitins tint afiinc iojm thcr willi tnatr llircolcd than u n a tomnioii iiucdU.
mi im rou Coniuifrinl I'orma. of Lipnl TmmIlt, ofl'nr-, l ii'' utt.uhcl to n leuiul, table or Btnml, in cp
ti.il P.iMii'-ntiioii N'otcf.of In-inltina niul Itiink iMdrount, cr.iiiuy orUi i, uiul di-iiinn'd in l-& ilun Imlt .i nuixiu-.
of U'ii.ittim uf r.iviuciita ami of r.irtucrnMji Ardmiitcof U treiitly i loimmiuh itia thri-afl, nml tl, iiruJurm
Afnt'nuaiit of Taxia. of Wvitjlit aiol li nsiinB of n mfjiii. ulln i 'till) uroi.g lor an) tv ink for "hi h in
1imro and Cubic Mi KMiiru. f the H-nLiri root uml iu di-ftiueil, a iuuliliiti(iii u kiumuto othr wwinj Ma
A ii In Minn to lluxiiii'im, of ynrf.ioi, of lUiMVatloit. lining.
mil of many other iiiti'ortani nrartirul niiit'-raiionulli- Vo huinin lruid la capable introducing a beam so
in tli" aconc ol an iKlwriirftnK'iit to iiiiiiion. , n'ttm-ir anu i k inane.
.yiiwnp i lie nrmy oi i aifiu cit- ..liuiuura. -
ihuil tm thcap and durable an K a mold's 1'aum. but
ij atiaiucu to au kinas vi worh uurjpuncucc
I . IIROrt Hi UXLNU Or JAMAICA lilSUt.lt. i Ilia 14 Ulliy - I
ofimilyiu'jditine: at ihi4aeaaoii, uhviiaiVoctionaorilH' IT 18 JUST TIIE 3J00K POIi TIIE
litiiiiiiu !i nnil bow da nrfi sn rniimiftii. liu f.iniiU'. itiiiu Iilu- r-.-. n. m, ..i..ni i. ti...,.i- .i... .!... HoLtlarhili
" . . .7 I: . . ""J""'- 'iv ' - .. .Mrna..,i, - ..M.( nr IIIO ltdg nr,(
at. or travi-ler should be u itbont it.
ficnriuualu BUiuinorcoiiiiilainUofrhllJrpn.iimliaknown 10 " ,'?V-yrr. ,l . .."'V tnc'',x 1 Tl'"nr,i' waytt, Icmcn and floutr. ttcH can
It ta pmiliarly vf- I'mfua-ioiiiil man. Ithna jironia wiluablo auxiliary i (. Tin onirntor ran fhnne hia ficani. just HHlieiilrn-CH,
i.n i iit.-d Ut
lt..i.l I'.im.. li.nl.r Ii.iI.h Aa.i.ao,,. il, ti,.a. j. iiwhuh vi, nui w 4M.V-...
BuJecnhril by tho iiu-dical faculty, ea.lvcUici.ui.t ricrk to tl... il Mncm-er ami the irvryr. to 'the , 1 "! . "it nnnlruL.rl nd.tnft m .ii kiml.f btitDnne
ttTy- Tiw llcavena c illuniniated o tho evenioc i.r fc"1:?"'"..1 ."d !!!" 1 -tl1" a. .hirU. bo.um.ai. ri-tbaml-. u-lbra.
.MlEmt Si. !? i. nv III! Iito.t .. fiiuia Aurora uurt'Uill 1'avrr anil mo 1 llt-r. ar. &.C.. t-ac I ami alluill nnil it in..n, .1..1 -..1 .... '.h.aiv
ever ion In Ilia ccniury. Ilayaoflri lolori'illiftiLllaili- '"'.'I'11''' totfctir rarium auu bitter than a.)' tank rar. tliii Jla.liiiiii I. ra'lhcr iou lislit I't'rointrucli.'ii
c.l atro.i Ilia iky. ami lllo cluii-ia uirt luaiiliful in lho ,mi!4illS.,..i , ..,.11.. .' II. Unt ull lUo luri'llulill nilvanl.l!l., lUouBll ri'al I"
llm nnnr.nrnnr.n of mivmnrxsa. nun n wlinln 1 x, . .,,,."1 1- 1' i, "l lii .oil on. ,l ii.Ulo Into mi anil lanri-. ln-n toiii.ar.;.i
sheet, wlien a half one would answer every j " ," '"" li'Xa la hw'biSh" Pr S.-
J j iilvi.iiilotlio fulloiiiBorJi "liny nil )uiire.iniiinla AUilnia. V. M. ItOIIRCItf
jiuipuu. nuui la iiiiuiui. ij iuii.-ujf iuu 111 nil1 urim 11 ciiina 1.10111111H nun ni j.oikiiili. ac ivitjiliM. ' Jioz JV11 1 llllailelpllla 1. II..
Su. UJ3 anddlxj t'ticktnut .trict, uliovo Uixtb, rttilaila.'
evil is, that paper manufacturers should
manufacture! letter and noto paper in sub-
-.--.I 1 l.-lf J 1- . . 1,. . ... !.!..
Miauuai una turau, ainu, .1 oiuiup u"Si. , Fuurili n.l Market itreiti, loo ma Mlow in tlie li-ati-n
bfl PUt in tllO Centl'O of tllO bheet, ftt tha Wear. aaliilleJ that tlio only ajr to UuiM up Uo
1 1 . L.,1 b.. n I..... I.11.I IU In ..11 ,i,iA .l.n..i. M.I n.i. I'CD
lop, llisiuau ui uii vuu uuiaii 113 11 nun ,ali,rJclloll ,0 ciiitoniin. l'ulilico not aniuir,
C7" A NliW F1II.M AND IIU8I.NT8S LTO.V NUW nq ij 1 P H T I t
rillNCll,Li:d.-Wmr.lliLi.CwrifiilUj:.a,coriieri.r I UAJJI u u ii lj 1 i
doUO, 60 US to distinguish it from tho whole olid iMiinlmj liaa hail iu ilay, anil wo iatcilil to iU our ,
1 . V-;-, .; .i... ... I gooili fiio nr cint. adiancu upnu ion, (no mora nnJ no
sheet. Uientific Amc, ican. , um ' vnnatl,m , mtlI1kl,,1 fllet .,. fficm
-- I will sustain itai'lf without putling. We shall buy aud
A KeCIULAH jMoilMON, Dr, Huiltcr, 1,11 eclnlvcly forcnah. Our uaiortmentforinennnd
11 ! . . .. Xt t Itoyg la the larei'at in riiiladrrphia, Had our prlcca uiuttt
Mho lias served a term m tbo ew Jersey ot;er lUan any othw. Ct t and c for youmif,
otato I'nsou Jor having tlnrtcen wives, has to tbo
bocn arretted iu Brooklyn for marrying
Thoaft who want fiood rian Poal, ran In nurr'l(,l hy
e Car I-"ad dirort from the "Vlinra with Lninn, t'roken
iff novo ana .Mil, ni rrducou ratca J-amlieii 1
in their winter iuiili ui-U'u wtlt lv ml line nn
x. j. iii:nih:iismot,
at the L. u, 11. 11, ii. Depot,
. Her 1, lflGO-31. 1 '
wiihthu prc'rvatiou of Uealih, btiuc u baviuij ot b"lU
labor and tyilit. and li-.it atlio operator w Ittiout t'p
in;, aii'l enabled tu peiforut liia w ork, occup) tntf &
turn I poHitlou.
UV- Tor i"ile by tho un.lcrsiifned, at tbrir reu'Wlivw
rcmiU'iiTi, iu llooiiilnirt.ri "ho will put the uiulmit "
oyt ration and sivo all nvceanary iiutrurtiou.
Uloomiihurtf, May 12, 1SC0.
0 II A 11 L K S II 0 T K Ii ,
IIARKV SIIIRL9, raorRlLTon,
Corner Tliinl and Wood nru,
JS Til AY.
Dec. 1. UDJ-Jni
WIIITD IIALLCI.OTIIING DAZAAR,
S. 11', corner Fouilh tnj Maiaet ill. riula.
February W, litVJ.-Km.
ffiSL ( 'v'hi Uats, Huckwhcat. Potatoes Hut
in lt i'i"niejlat llAUT-MANii.
niewhita marka upon her.- TKK3S goods in great variety and tor
year old. The owner ia re- JL aala utUi cheap at UAKTMANS.
pay char gea and take bar -
(.'amo into tho rnrlomro of tho undertilffnpfT.
tow i in Columbia rnuiity.'iibmit the tirt of Noicmber
i-)0, u itu low wiiii Home
bunuoai'il to le about ten
aueited to urovo nronertr.
awnji or ue win ov anpoiea oi atino imv flircfii.
Dec, 1, 160.-31
OMETIIING new to be seen at nj
lima at HABlfiw.