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i " y wut Bcirr m ociray. TXtno ine' anero- ".. lWa 1 ti e'.Me of hfy fellow mea.J , ? "r eennot; mine; w rtn dmHif)? ftrthe '-bfKB duik devolving npon fee, bewriwliatartwii and iinef expfienee i itht- aware rbal the eree II Ooo ifcv1tmof Ovrw;toe w&teeotrt to, her Chief Mrtis "itB.te'ihat power and psmaritye,; wirh wbick it is usual tor or MpuMi'iai government lo1ufbe the highest ex "rt( office but, itis-iufveflhelew apparent thfli' the Mnffico Governor or Ohio is one of greet 'rapoueibili ' V.That arkr which bears the miets and character . f two millions of freemen tsone on which ao eons Id y'rntarflan.woold rudely lay eve a thoughtless band. ; My sense ot responsibility, however, is much listened ,v hy the high estimate I entertain of tb wisdom -of tlie ? jrWamrwH-s'! ' : : -,.:.,.. A will pardon ate it I give rent at this moment. t . reeling oi patriotic pride. Ohio haabevn. my home lor ine greater narrot a long lire, aow drawing to a ' ' "ose. It haa been my privilege to -see the wilderness ? blossom a ill rose, and the "olitadwof the savage fill p with a twmilaliotfof gUd, ipdastHous and tiriHzed men. uttier Stales have their aifvaniacs but in nnv ? of them I feeT a stranaeri within nurnwn beautiful iW. r .i . ....... " .' . 7 . ' " el Hea the re gida of my choice, and which 1 1 would "eiebaxige for no State on the continent, Do island of the tea. With a soil whicb vields a rich harvest so the vesper's hand; a climate well adapted to call forth the -. hirhesl natural and mental energies of matt; a wise and lrtooM population, a Constitution tormsd on fast ideas wdwt. human rights and wanta, commercial, political of Swiiraotnary iropoilance, and undeveloped resources v i beyond competition, Ohio is destined undue ihe smiles i Providence, to sea do superior in this great confeder v i' ' la bo period ol our history have we bad greater causa V' .t" cratitud to the Almighty than iba ptesent. UUr basket and store overflows with Ituit . Our bands ate .nerved with might.: Our feet find rest and our hearts repose in quiet habitations. Our " credit la1 respected at -- home ad anread; political asperities are softening, and, the whole population ia cheerfully , pursuiug the career J),! .prosperity, education and virtue. In acknowledging .the hand, whence all our blessings flow, I trust that my voice is in harmony wntutit Hearts ot my couMrymen. -T ha great iuquiiy is, bow we can retain, our rich inber itancer uut :.': - The first and most important of all the political mea sures of a republican, government, Is to to ouicken, Jilt tt ' J V. ... . J. v W here ib elective franchise is' ataost universal, t ia B.iiii,tfniiiiti- ii.ni ihp mm f ihr nntni. h ihstniWMt in moral and political science." . ' "." " ' ii .'... j . i. . . . ... 1 . . . . i . - t uuircisai! auiuuico inai ine peipnuny oi our political . Institutions depends, under God, upon, ihe diffusion of ....... r f.-.f,......, r,.,.. 'sound educatioo; An uninformed people, with the best' '". Let there be adequate goards against a atmmu-. ,ng rs.obvioU truths. 1st. I bat the lartff has raised Output Family Naetpaper, ! eonstimion, are as unstable as the sea, and Otteily iBcarj of the security, bv depreciation qf the value of the . the va'us of agricultural productions. 2nd- Thst it has ! . , . .. . g ; . . . . etble of fixity any aate and settled poUcr but are de- toclf or real estate held in trust by ihe State Treasurer,.! op,nw , mofa mible market for our products. . ffot the "'9 .Un"'tf """ he e(""", !'ffie Wl" bi ffiebeiifedupol ZkLC&ai against fraudulent action othepartofthe banksT' 0f ,h. ad..,..r.ge. of the tariff is an .mancipation -' brier unsuccessful efforts at aelf-governnxiat. to surren-i . 6tV . Let there be also provisioks for the exercise of a from nur dependence upon the nations of Europe fur um lns or,l8n 01 me prnpneiora. . . , . , e'er their liberties. ' I necessary scrutiny into their operalioha from time t. tnunh of the moans of national dafanca. Who dn-s not " Ttrms if Subscription. The wise framera of our eallent eorfatimiiott' were timei for Ihe censure of such aa may faff to pay u0w that clothing and blankets are as neoaaaiy to an 1 Three copies for five dollars -psyable al waya airtct refu1toliy, in lhat instrument, thebaslsdl a system heir bills on presentalion, at their respective coulitefs. ' army powder and bill? It is a remarkable fact, that k '. and the remittance, and the lemiitanoe . nf public instruction; and ever since Ihe organisation of lbe,e b "t limiw nPon Ine capacity ol the UI1(9r operation ofthe larifT our etports have been . !' Posmge. No letters not puid are taken4from , the Stale gorernmenf,'tne Legialatnie has firen more or yitockhoWer to borrow in the baak la wbieh hta Mock i iocieaaed rather iban dihiintahed, ewing to the atimuh ..the Pesi offk-e. . . . . ., .. , less attention to this subject ' ' -' held, . , T' 4 ., . , , . I ting vffecis of the prulectiva policy. There is it no n.es- I'ostmaslers aad others, acting as agcnll,. and ramit- ':1 " Aliaoughl would propose no radical change lo i the The first Inquiry which arises in eiaanining thiaplaft, iur, 0r guvernmant baiter adapted to dtvalope our re- ing for five aubscribera shall raceiv the sixth copy gratis ' present schooHaw, yet, 1 humbly coneeire that ejpe-,,s to ita practicability. Thia will appear, if we eon-; MUrCss, incros.e our wealth and, fill up our unoneu- . .... v .Address, - 1 riene haeehowa ikat ft ia net meapabtc of improre... what wiU be tba .probable, profits of.lhe nckhld. j pja Md with indnatrMiue and hapfy people. Ought j. - ,-. JAMES W.JUOD,.. -rnentj and F submit to the consideration of the Legisla- eroB his actual invesiment. I not the Legislaiore to apeak out on thieauhjecl, if ihey j Sueceasor to J. Winchester A Cu-,30 Ann St., N-Y. 'jnre."whetheritouebtnot.'atlhlstlme. to undereo revi- Fof the State atock, or real estate held as security, he ,eoncor wjtl, mt m ih vrawa ainreasndt ' tm i. , , ", ion;whptberalternationsarenoidemaaQd, to-e,'evate eominoeetn receive hie profits, to wit; his intereatoaj Anrnlier subject to whrrh I alludedf isrha snnaistion the character of the school teacher, to seeufe such a the State bonds, and his rents lor real estate. ! of Texas. Artomeut on this subject would be urn-el ed uniformity of achool books,.aa ia not Incompitiblewith " Frthe 33 percent paid in, be woold feceife 18 per j for ppaou, 0f place in thia address: but I may be per the progress of improvement In the art of insiruction; . cent i f th i08 were a (ft time at their maximum miVt$ to iay il)cn are ,le tffecti w,ic, ih, prp9, .Lo. t.- . i , . limb, r kHi a. ilii. t. imnA.afKU VMrhaina Inn aVafBOA ' ... ... .... m wroco inc aprrere or common scnooi enueaitor, ao -ihai ft may embrace-, not only the elements of that ' amowieajce wni'-n is esaemtai id tne oiUiirary tntercoorse ;u p" -.. i" "" ' 'erid business of Ihe htrmMesi walks of civilized life, percenu Deduct ior expense andlossea, aayfivepT fiutj also, frrodimems of moral and practical science- eeoijand we hive a prom of lOperrenC .. . - to provide (or a more strict aceooniabiltty of directors, Secondly; la ibis system aalei what Is tba aecuri-'xamiaere-and allbiber efBcera aeting trader ihe law: tr lo the bill holderl Say he holda in his hand a $10 and for the appointment of a aroeral eorjeriMendeni of oil'. for ,ni he haa aa eecurity, Jat, the ten dollars de. nwrueirott; Collegiate education baa an Important bearfn CD a,!'ciiwin scbec4 instruction.'. It it to lbeoli b are lo look los the antnneient iacHf-r thn nnalifiad .. ...Ihauspir whicb demands euiUVtlQaof,he columns of -saw common IB BO. .rnt nn.k')i. .'-.it .' -,4 'jk'J "jff t-Influenced by .views of Jbis aalitrerOen, Washington 1: frequently Drged pou,3owresa Ute,e?tahliikmeiit f jNanonal university; and tnurbody as fiequrnily e.ale UPicetH endowment, fer State Universiiiea. The f Colleges at Athens and Oxford, under oqr; immediate xeontrek are deserving -your consideration- A It bong b th k. l.Lr f..-..L tlk .dji. a:n. it.- J U.rr-lMicifvi IIICWIIHAWIV 1UC IB flAIIIK IOC Oltfl svaid of cellpgta.((ducation. ia our Sitr and wpfj (or. n BisuiagAawuh many. well: eddeaiedand valuable' itr jJ'?ens,.lvet, il ia feared, that;they. likp qthey fltate lnaOiir t lions of ihe kind, have not; fulfilled the, ,frfat expectations ot.ior eoinroiraRy Jt is, highly .desirable mat (be &il ..fjar. bt4rice4,lvfia Wrsea,and thateueb mezlrs as are wiihin the 'power of tbeLegisla'ttiremoy be erapfoyej to k--.i. .1 . -ii i ... .k. i. r . ' ,: Professional education hs: ieeeived ,bnt liule .alien- Son irota ibe btaie XiovernmenL The Medical Col lege of Ohio may, however, fee claimed a a State-In-fi atitution;. and it ist worthy of its parents (fe. It: has. however, received ne appropriations of late; and has vrrq ser pronumma as io ou'grow lis opunmga , . i i" Tie fal hful trustee to whotri ita mierests are errro nrfrerwilt, in' due' lime, pteaent iia, claims, whfch I eixnmeihi to your fa rursMe consideration ; more espe , fie-fr, astheycan probabfy be cancelled with theauc- tinff ftmd of tbe city, wiihirr whose limits the College Is R)catrf.-Tbehealil and live of eommaniiy are-as pioperlv ihe subjects of LegMallvt protection as its pork nd flour. " v -'i-'- a. The law heretofore ersting.whiefe.irrrposed penalties, , a nd disaf;di(iea apn surh praciitioeers of medicine aa . MS not Krve'saiisfaetorv ,ev idence of adequate science wedairilf. prored ineffieieal, sad. Was reganled by -the publie rs,antirepnblican and arimas; By tendeiing mcd icttutmh seapevt able, and medicafRaowlerigeacces abi.'. w accomplish the objecefTrciaallr aad ' in air nrnctVfoitable mode, If publie opinion weoW- juslify the messtlfa.- Showif be gfad lossea the portals ol our medical echeila b'r a permanent endowment of their pao-i 1(rorsl)iD3 thrown 5Jdt ppet) jo epooresi youth i the I lann. ,4 ".jj .. , ,1' .KThireay eettain scler'ce wmch, because tbey an aot leultivaied at private, .jpesari bre alwas recej. wel w4U-Jeet ili.Mv,ocour3gementI-ivi-p-d connirica; ationa these stoien-flre Geography and Aationom u is the praci,(pe el, the" nation .e explore 4.fie (lie disianl cit.iBtijbul vnKhlVe. niit to' atrrrey our (pwrl fiilli anJva1leys'u A more thorough Wd exteestvie Ttaminationfonrywb. natural history apt?, gelofry, 'would result n vaipaerooJritiutUins hvkiejice'"anif Would, bv nrvenlirig nokhown oour'jes, " repay ' a' tSoav and fold ine eVs which it might Incur,., A small sppiT nrfatlon is all ihat I WbnT.f sawest htVeser.t: ' ; -tidven WTlh mtbefac. Jhat aa Observatorf I ",.alTO?Vt.?r" Uufe . flir. vrhfi is likely to become the bes ili Me rtl IfiiliernnViirirre. '"Mayiu; tfktetr iniiVm' (r Mmntltirii III ahnuv I iwrJZ., cl8. ? :.ol in inwiienimprrerp. wiayus eapiovmw .eree - '6rW.hlf(b Unpens. In obmtf fatrtnble rtegveY ttrrv-iriaoirannwin.gcwe nava nerjrra my lata.nan ik-oV knhWledce we have derived is Ihe last half ' ,:n.,,ry (rlrl 'vtwmt-''; I T,"T!.1.'"'? ootpaw Prew. - monument witnooi iroricw. -1 m t - Amomrlherarionf-.ubiei.Na o whftru veur atlcntfo b eas to .whWu yeuratientio i.b.capj.no'otto S rM;i viirconiuneritaat his irme, thaO Ihe flrteation or -Innka-ahdmcMrrrencr. 0.r,.l wrrW.-olT' jfn number, and some of them are prepafmi; In tw s. ihelr buinev;Tbai Banlm prtrtiore onrprMfieTtif - no lunger a moot'd e)iwattu, XThey inerea the nrnS. vfueii mm$mwm. aeiw-wcom, eroial nnoratino jnd ifliird a rnrrencv. which f readl rrteri iv cnunien. easily ann san-iv rran'.nreii.snn nni'rr ps" , mp ivaint.ilAtrf'tanfaM'fniW IrimetiMia t tin? 'wl at L tbe hotter.- ' , . ' pay and other receive What they mutually agree 'upbo in a bargain cat) answer no valuable purpose auuog a tret arm independent people, .i.egulalloq may yiitait ettrrency ll sebtpm improves oo, ) t wk . . . i ti . .. il . " 1 .. ll t j ..j k . t : - j.tv odtsjatruj o oausiiHt mium vo ovpu' o time io the State erOhkil Many evil liave attended oor former policy, and they witahi bars : beta eapeeted. The difficulty ot devising a sale system in new coun try is very great; the balance ci trade being agamst .it, thera h a perpetual draia upoa ita specir. and iia capi talists being few ita Banks are generally established by those wbo wish to borrow rather than lend. ' Still the banks of Ohio have contributed largely 10 her wealth ahj tinflmMtMl nj fha rHMM nrKnrl V ni k.. .... r... r. -r . . , ope that Iter banking institu tions can bi placed upon rood foundations. : It must be admittM however, that the auesnrw ol the (orrency fa one requiring much, cautious deliberation, in consequence of tba various opinions on ' the subject and the magnitude and eoropleitty of laa intejeata it in- voire.,, To make a Bank wbjch shall ba sale, praeti- cable ana popular, is the problem, ana is one oi do a 'rv solution.-T,'i b vw. it-tt- if 4 .tjti.tr-': -. The State Bank ol stater CtttWa have not proved more useful brsectire than local ooea. Their Connex ion with rbe Qmrtrnment is. liable to abuse, and exposes them to prejudices ot the people, wbichoucjit tiever (o be overlooked, when tbey cab be regarded Wilhoat det riacntw the public interest. t. r The vxisting geqeral law mar be safe, but it is not practicable.' " v v; . ' r - .' - ; ' " A avstem of local Banks eaonot meet With tfeberal favor, because jt confers according, to the partiality of ine localities, great ana exclusive privileges, anu its ad justment gives risa to uqubleaome ednflit ta, not to say corruption. H . -. , ,. ' The syitem befoTe tbe last Leglature, arid which ia sJrhilarto lhat adopted in New York, meeta with con siderable favor. ' 1: is liable however to a serious ob lection: It would subject' as too much to the' merry of Wall.Wreet.: J;.. f . ' i . ,(--;, ,, The followina olab. which la a modification of the system referred to, it seems to ms obviates this objec tion. . . n . ' '. . - . 1st. . Let tlie system of banking be free! this would secure its popularity. 1 ' 2d. Let everv bank be eompellet1 to keep in ila vaults' at all times, one third ol its circulation in specie for the ledemption efils bills; Ibis would prevent unnatural eootractioc and expansion in tba currency, . . . ' 3d Let eaeh bank depostte with the State l reasurer, ksaecuriiv. for lis Circulation, Ihe amount it issues, - either in Ohio State Stocks, or. In real estate within the liaita of Ohio, at half lis appraised Value on (he ux 1 list. indenendentofoerishableimDrovementa. T" 4th. Let everv bank be reauired to have a capital of , , - - - - , ,f. 1 hi least jtwi.uuu actually pam in. " "i'--,"'-i "-"f- , eotfld flotaafely be eatimaied at more than $ibO ,1 posited tO the State Treaaury, IB real estate, or hi State stocka. 2ndly, Three dollar tfftfty three and one twm the diseounled note on the borrover and ha endoraer, 1 '!"f to to lhe "Bd ' i5tt,, U,Cer' T. ia oisinieresteo.i , , ... , . ; ll ia nhilMt rfiaf real eats fa fa firf feadi T COnvArted i " -J!C.. J "J ..!? ; Irjto moner. it mar he answered, 1 at That the amount of apecie required to be paid in, makes the resort to liie collateral eecurity of doubtful necessity! ltd. The rest estate IsluWected tdaellatonebalfibsleaa of iwothirds ita appraised valoej and that value lo be fixed by tbe Assessor., j. ,, " , If it shoonj be said thatthe plan aoggesied baa been tried; and eocriemned i rVrrebigafl, the answer is, ibat, npop cqmparrson, tBe above draft diffcra moterielhr from tbe "rree-banftingla" which was formerly adiipr d irr that 8uter an that the lands bf this State a re gerjr eraUy ctrltivated and aaleabr whil't tftnse ot Micbf aran; oil whi hUe banks were passed, were for the (host part, wild and tiasaieabie i bis pran is preieraaie in 1 my ppipioa. yo the ene proposing State Stocka, alpOef because it Would enable tne citizens 01 unto wno nave substantial resources to enter into Iba business of, bank ingfWitbcut being subjected te unreasonble. impositions of Eaatertf Capitalists and slock jobbers ;-Whilst ar tbe same timer Jt Wuoidaaaae aa will oi capital from Ike Mat ... Just eomplafnt has often teen roadeagainst trie mor!e ia WrUca iheaUmrrctsiaour reniienuary nave oeeo sm prored. .Tbehr labor has beea brought into direct com petition wiiR ibat ofoor MectiaBica and Madufaetnrers to their manifest injury. There is- fo aorJfbt flral 'be convict la Dor can De ao oireetea aa 10 compete wun iur eign labor alone, withont Defng made less productive than it haa been heretofore. 1 No class of our citizens is better entitled 10 Drotection tfiaa the ene to wbich refH ercace la made, ana I laxe ine eanicsi opponuouy tu attract year notice lb this object, nod to reeommend a fadicsl change, at aa early a period aa it can be effected consistently with a proper management of thb Prison. It is also wenhy vf consideration whether something more cennot be done lor the rolormation of that unlor lorrate. bat d'antseroos. daaa of our fellow-citizens, who ar.sBrTerivis''lbe oenartr aiTthe law;4 xtf- 1 Permit me Is ea If row alterutoa to rhe laws 00 cor SuiuieBook', which lay reatrlctfots' anddisabiHtiee on the unfortunate eofotod pwpalktioa of oor Slate. , Lws which are too severe to be executed or oteyed, ean an swer no ta loahle purrW. - It does appear t me iHst a revision tf those laws is nawcaUed for, astf titar.reaeoa. justice and mercy demand a mitigation of their peflal 'fof , f( ; ' - .r- " j- I U will be perceived by the Legislaiore that a reviMorf also of tbe Militia Law ia demanded by the people of Ihe Slate. In a republic like eurs, a standing army is regarded as danerons and hostile to ritiertr, and repnff aant ro the feel toga of the people. It is to Jbe mittjia we ahowM look lor assistance in repellieg invasion from - 1. . M J . uui..,.teKtau. ..J iflMauflrink el l.m r"rSZ "il ",JhJtLAZ rJilMnriii, ws The cree- :n7Y.,mntm0st of the militia from dutlr. tfme Deace-. U creales an ineqiialiiy tetween the iodrptn-- ; - - - - ' .j .k ' ii..-j-f' j,. u. WSZ .."JUvl - . - ... .L , -m,,,. ar.aniui VF'KTVU'. " T'?L " 1.." "" . """ " I" "1 Inirodiiciorr lemarks, f alluded to power of the Executive- wiib frellags f p ilmi.ed o Executive-wi.h frellags f pride. 1 recu , . , n-ini .w. - . - : . a" . 1 - KCUWluy njw J-" 'V- 'XXmTrX , V . 'JJ. i" inrtin i"fi 4M, L r.f.W Hcn tlie more narrow the limits within which Exec otlve power and prerocatlve is tonfined, corrsistently WHB wsatr fiio eiucirna annniiiwiBiwiif ti y. the people., It ia eoniended that Ihe veto is necessary o r irid ill 'advised legislation,' and to guard T' - M'intiivittA fcgWattonand to guard I'"'"" 1 "' 7 ' . r,. ' n-t B cekMtiinfrifttiniM'rtf Cotvuiwiloo.is Theory- must . '' ..: 1. ,i,:. --i,u- in,, . ..nerf HOW IO rMWHIVV CI on IlllPWUjni, if;j.ji!,4.,,- meat f. Iiur-twe years we hare found to areslitr for mw I""' !" ""-.-; " -i , . 17; oartiesi viewiinfou Coiwumiotw ia. contrast' wuhjhe gUvrmuieots-04 Europe, were iatlnl it-wa. f'a.ope of re(.iaied'''fr '.wtmnr!, l.si'eat"i.leiure Hj. ' sandV .Had liwy liveJ toour owaeSav.- howevr, ihefrv'VfnJ r'. ft.irli twatee U- vaiaawa ati'ylcM of r 4H lean would havin in the-revere tieciioai.titis nbO' BBiAsal!. &id,tfc w ike Bri Kdlior bfjlie NkwWoaw obvl mm to eaoane ibe observation ot ewntbeaUpeiOcl.it the peopl?, ahtj paired deliberatelv by a strong majority of their Representatives, arrested by tba veto," and in bands too. wmcn tram the peculiar delicacy ot tne mone ia which ther were clad with supreme authority, ought to have bandied the "one man power wiift aesiiaacy aad modesty. - : . The exercise of the veto baa, of late rears, become so common aa scaire to excite aatonishmebt or observa tion.' It Is a matter ol' eiatulatiou that the American rjeonre are discussihg the question whether this t eraen- dous power cannot be restrained, and the patrontl of the txecu'.ive cuttailed. . ,,, Should the ir. objects be ateumplished wa ahould have maze rational liberty, less incitement, and ess cotriip ikm in our elections. WithgratiKcalion We ran pomt to our own government as a model, and to our owa ex perience aa an argument . in iavor of both vl these re forms! . . j r-'- '. Of measures of Natiohal policy U ia hardly to be presumed that I should apeak; There are, however, three, which have a bearing so direct hpon the interests of th State ant Which are so prominently before the people, mat 1 cannot pass tnem unnoticed, ut tnese tne first is the larB, Ji. all nations adopt the pbliey bf free trade, the apprdpl-ia e direction bf the labor of the Coun try would be agricdlttiral. A, free trade., With; the World ia not to beexptctedj and the reitribiions bf Dbe hation rail for the protective measures bi the OtEer. , No soon. er had the war of 'be ReVolutiod closed; and the com merce of Ibis country with Gteat Britain been renewed, than the evil effects of the British policy wete seriously fell: and there Is no doubt that the want bf power in the articles ot confederation to tounteract this policv. was one ol the first and most operative of the reasons which I . i . .i .i . .I- i r- , A r. I led to the lormatiob df the federal Constitution:' After j Ihe organization of the Government, Ihe proteMibn of. domestic industry was recommended ny an me earner administratiMS; but until 1815 tba warsdf Europeand other causes creating an increased demand for agricul tural products, countervailed the unequal laws of the moilwr country aodeti percentile necessity oi pioiee- tion: ' The tariff of 16 soon, led, br its obvious benefits, to a more general in 2i, But of late years it ia to ba regretied that various Opinions have prevailed, and a changing policy has been adopted: Tu traVarse ihe arguments uf oulitltieal eennnmiats fi r ind acainaf a tar ff. would be mv but fruitleis. An ounce oi tact is worm a ton ot tneory. xna luitow. "... . .' hi. .. ard measure iUp national would hare upon the the national treasury, faith, the extension of slavery, and the peace sod prosperity ot Ihe Union, that I Suktnit t tlia wisdom of I hi Loaialaluro whether al clear and direct noioi.f remdi'ttrance slinuid nut ba ultered against it , In no measure nf national character hive the people i il.. inlo...l lliuM ih. Jiri.lhnllfttt Af ika nrMP..,!. nf ii.A p.u.i: t j. ... . ..... A dabt has been Contracted 10 ffiake :,.... :... ,. r .j i ...u. . . m. . . '..,.,. rt.A ,nr. , ...., ,d to relievn the people of the t.itckben of , j. "onor' "na ,( j" pen(". i ,n,V V r foitd.- Thia messoro baa !e invsStMtnted and dcided ... . tM i,..i r.i.a. a :. .......1. . 1... y 8 """J-.. ..... .... u.. y,,w. also tiean inve.trasied bv llisir representative end bills to carrv lha moaau'e into efTeel have been passed by largel majorities in Congress, and twice rlt-feaies h ine will of two men. I advert to tliis aiibj.ef now, not wiih a .1... 1.. ..,. i.i 1,. u..,. J...: . ... ... .,..c ,.V,,"T "'" (lie hrorMit crisis, but for the iicrrpnso of xoepina it be fgre pur Leinia'nre, ,llia( at the propar.tims, ai eiprs simi may be (tiven.. .., . ; . ....,....v . . The suliject of internal improvements wi'l, I .(ruit, always reuoivo Ihe oatefnf cona deration of the Lcgmlv turet It is to bebupeil iliat the vsrious pnblio-cnieipriHes -will If rlie vitnriin of the channels of eomtnercUl inlarcniirsa, mnka tlie markets scresaib'e l all ptns of ilia Stale, ; In no lJrsnch, f thaTiiiblie setvi' has our Stale S't'dee'p ah intoiest, in a peciinisrv Vnmf (ifVietv, as in that of the brinid of tjnblic works' More thnnas 7iMtieen Ohnuully dirbursed by the agents (1; this de-. paiioiaiir of tne arvtcev tiuu all olliars. ttenca IDs inletest of tlie Stale at hnoieita cliaractnr abroad,, and tlie imperious duty ol lh Legislature... demand aa i resirgaiibO, and Hi ret scrutiny of ihe fiscal msnagemeot f those enagxd m thia diniaioft of the public eerVire, If the law definingT th doliee ef the board ef pub'io worl:s be intffieien' ahould it not be a emended as le require an exhibition nf all ihe receipts ao dinbirrsa ftlenta,' and a complete closure of each nf Ihete tfenCs acei'UPis it Ihe clot pf every fiscal veer;' and op failure tn eorni ly with inch provisions,, lo be dischargee);, (rem tJiS ptblio serviref t . . , . , Will it not & adviseble lo lefluireall pernns connect. tf wfih the Doatd of publie, VVor"is, to.cluae up their aecnwnts to a aav dtwignaied, and in fulur have ell mo eye oolhwled fir Stale purposes placed titular lhe care and eontrof of the Slate Tieesurer,' and all payments hereafier' made, whether1 fr contracts, awards, salarh-s or feee, paid by t ne Treasurer on the order of the Audi tor; after sccnnnin hare been eiiminteT and passed upon by ;he pfH-era whose dirnclinn . the service may hsva hrpn parfprmed?., A prudent husbandry of ilia rsiources of tlie Stale., an economical sdminietratinn.of the pub-. !ie effaire, a sacred regard t. Ihe puiji credit..- aed ounehialily 4a lhe lionitiiut o-ihe-.poUic dht,. Kill, I troar, always dwliogdian oer Slate e"amnieiX j " - fy )eur drmatatiooe be ehsrerterWd by wisdom and kindnesr, and crowned with- the b'easing of film, without whom, nothing is wfse.liolhfhg'gonit. Pina'ly,, 'H ow citizens, I await in l"rtpa fh iap nf vmir liors. ' ..' ",: ; OROfCAl. BARTLEY.!,.. .Deeemlicr J,' I84i . w.n.: i ?'...''' " PUBLIC BMt, ITIIlE eiihec!i)tr Adrn niitiatornf the estate ofCl.rls in.lta, vtT . U'vuita.i diarpaaftil will iiffHr at public vendue, on Muyday. the 2nd day nf Oacriiiliap eV at his .'isiHarice. in York toWnship Hi miles sputh west of New Philadelphia, lira iillnwirg pro rmriv le svMf A n bow.'wagnrv. a-ile wet.lt, a hnw bin. a lot nf le'ieious and medical bonks, some .1- .. .-. n. i 4l..i.li.,l knk. nf which ate -Gwtmsn. ' Also t hool books, sevo'al -I" l . I. : ,. - I.n.a .oi ...1' wen aJ..n,i. ir w.'i'illl"l W'"'S. V i ,...iu,a-uw.,i, . ...r.. i , . . t . r .. ...j:..... ' laoins ana a great iiumuvr ti ariicitm u irnnnia ,v insrrtvit)ite to' eelnmaiice f (nit o'clock on said day, When terms, of sale trill be marie known bv - , 7 7 " 5 6 FORGE BUfiBEIt, Umr. - a PMfNrsTKAjohslrbTtc'tr tfTICE Is herahv given, that the aiibvei'iber ba IX beert ktttnlnsed 'Admniisfralnr Ttf tlie lS'a uf WIU IAIVI. Kty lasett, Altietpana rieuif tn dbted Its said eatate are rrq.ted ia makmw - ,r i r5 i tn . . .. - MrtmihiairaiAr. obaervei thatthe temteticy or bur general govern memi is nr P,7, . 7 loonlidatidn. ' -ltrtreHae been, for years oast, a M..srtwi yssra.' - . !)f gradual atco mutation ol power iu tne centre.1 : ' ""I ' ArdHsetuents tlie taosr npmrtn eherwter lava Ma w. k.u m mn.,.r, .li.r h.in. nnnuH h '-wMti fcf Whfca Hi UttrnelloKi of Uia Kifr Woato wHI ha .Nov. 7ih, l4l.-(5-4w tiui',i;(m hrfeior. f!fliis tost.osMiihed ana" losfl n "itf winws etra ir i ii to n mpien I f really iaertaaea' ' rtia tomtnf year, sn4 watch cannot fsil i aiv ll a anttcnalrrmilaitoa tn svrry took aud triar f U !.. u uul iNiaanati (ssfura will ks a MrKs or ex a.uUiwly WrUtcaarMe.aiiiliM : The Utile MiaeriMef Duman Life 1 A seris-eomlnit, qiilszkaf snd'satttetie work, to M illustrs tea? wfcaevef : ' ''' ' i-- , - 50 cxraaAnzfas. ; Hastaa an4 kxwiiii by tl. irsaiMt- artists In Euro pa, Hibulnf In Ilia ssost tiumoroiM ai4 talrierous manni, al the -IHa whrni ajwh u Irrlr la," and wliku will and a counterprl. m Iks aitxrWst orworvaiioui, aud dally lift of etry nuts and wawa Iu Aaiarica, .. .: ),-'j ', 1 Motklui of IBs kind has evar been seea in this country and wacaa rejdlljr lowglna tlia pltaenrs and surprise. Willi which Hi W work will be bulled by all classes, 'i bla Will lie foliuwedtty . . ..r, . . . -. , f I "" ' ANOTHER GREAT WoRIt " Of totally itinerant but equally rao;e and amaaing eharae-. if r. to In suleiididly .auibaUlshad with two hdndhss ana rumv saaaavixos, by tlia asaia artiu mukiuj foe lUe year lite nchaat u . , , ,., . .... . I,1' ILLUSTRATED FAMILY NEWSPAPER. ! , . Ever atwrhpiMln Europe or America ber 3UQ of ttiew En' ravines are lrea1v tn aand.ao ;ihal no Jiiowliild fhilunt eati' ecut talks fulBlmSnt of promitea ws make lira puklic ; To couiain Uieafe in the tnoet elegant manner, and for (rents con vcnieiice, Hit form will after this yojume be changed to a Quurto similar to tlie "boaooa Pictasuii Thus." . , ... THE LITERARY btMTBNTS t- l't',' Of the coming Itdlurnes will be of iha highest order of merit The Nkw Worlb will be erualiaticully a Nawipaa and hots, Mioisisi. It will not be be a repoailery of diuaetia wnyii. but k ruey, spirlled, lively and enhirtaiuiiig record of paMlnj; '" if wlllafcound in iniereatln Tales and Anecdotes containing Jnsiand Independom criticism: s,couriiiu f.illy and i -a - -t..v., .......ih THE LMllELLiSHMIiNTS Will be engraved in an unsurpassed atyle and to give lliHin the gwsieit atteot (he paper will be Ufa line qual ij,y, ln(j n,o tvp; rlear and uniforrm so that the New World ahall ba fully equal: if not suneriurto the beauli ful pictorial sheets of London anil I'aris. i - - , , To sum up everything the New World shall esccl iia fifimer ehsracter in;evary resiieotiiid present the ttiost indisputahlo claims to ba celled the most atle ehierlaining end'agreeuble, and from ita stjlo and eun- , ,e1J. lhs BE ANDRETH'S FILLS. I Secured by Utters Patent qf tht United States.1 rfpUB BRANPRETHB PILLS, as a general family med'i. i M ' ' owe, especially In a-ountrysosulJectto sudden than- of temperature aa ttiie. Uieir value ia Incalculable. II v having tlie Braudreih'e Tills always on hand, suonld a sadden attack of sickness take place, tliey can be given at once, and will often bars effected a. care .befote ilia physician, otrald llMVA ftfrived. ; - . i. .. ..i.!. i. a .1 .v. I .1. .I.'. !,, . it, unoirc, anu in liinn.nn.iun m iinioum, .iich pniwni at Once relieve, and peraeverence In their use, according to lite directions, win surely do ail that medicine eau do to restore e ef the patleat. ' . ' ' ' Jn 1m"M "n of mercery, or from any Err,ipeta,, Salt Rlieam, and In all ease, of ehronieor recent .1. r .... h.j..h, mu. ,m 1 a....... , uiiiicnm, u on . ui . Hiv...u,.t ' or InBaiis aervlcesoies occasioning so great a eUsngS for the belter aa 10 caase gtcat lliaokfulness. . ' . ,. ,.; . ... Iu all cawisof indigestion, Woims, ABilima..BIeases o.f the Hca,t' nd lu B" ffecllon' of ,lie and bowels, Uia Brsndreili Ptlls Will be found a never fnillnR remefly'' " rr. h,.,.rlfMlll-nflt effheaa ca.cbraied nllls. the shooU tie kept In lliS house, so that upon lhe first commencement of Sickness tbey may bent ones resorted to-,'? One dose then Is seiior thsn a doteo after tlie disease lias' become established la !h system; ' ' : r t i.i j 1. j s. .1 w , The Brandreth fills as pnrely Vegetable, end so Innocent tbai.ihe Infant ef a month eld may use them if retjubsd, net oly lib safety put with a.certahuy of receiving all trie ts tcai medicine Is cnpaWe of Imparling,. ) Feaaals may ott heal durjug all Uie crUical perloua of t,.air Uvea. , The Braudreib riila will insure ihelr liealtn, and produce regularly In all tus functions' of Ilia,' ' " ; Be cerefa) rf (6unterflt rnis ' tt ta spald IbeMf , . i1,BC0mTT."s-' . ' Escb Agent Who sella Hie genuine Irandratk Mil has a CseTiftctTt o Agent y which haa beea engraved at a east expense. . It represautahe'aianofaolory alBiog Slag.eit tbe hanka of Mm Hedson. river, and btaigiied by r, ftraadreth, awlkktssaJsUmpedaponthepaper, ,1 n ,,- ' ....... . . No- 2 8 E C 6 R f T Y .. . Above all observe the labels iipon the boias. ' tach soaTef the-genuine Mis baa now THREE LABELS Apon It," Tbe tap and tba bottoiH label containing upwards of NIVB THOU SANB lETTERln ft ED 1.1 1. Tlia"Worda BENJAMIN BR ArVfiRETH'8 ril.LS being' primed over twe1 hend-ed flmes dpoa the two labehj. " - c- r- v-.t.; M . ,j , ... The above justly celebrated rilrs tsirbe prater at Ike Storoof Joha " Cliapln, New PhHndetihlu,1ie being tbe anlj aiTtfiorisM agent for Tasrsrawaa county 01ih'- - " ' " Ajust22, 1844. ' ly ' ,'" ' " ' ' '-'n . JtEW CLOCK J3ND WATCU kT.7 -I ESTABtlSSfclEIIT. ' ;" '' J. 8HURLEY;' -"''" r ii'j r LOCK end 1'Wstcb 'maker ,' 8ivwm'th and. JaW- J aller, bavin permeneiitly . located hiuisall jn , ; . ..I . Atf fUILADELPBIA.M , ' , wikhes respectfully to, inform llie 6itizens of Tuscara was .county and ilia public generslly'lliaf b Hsi Openod e stop in the above bus'mtuts io.,all its ear iotis stanches next door olvirti Etpith'a tavern and ' hopes by alrirt siiontion eoriaasiduity u anerittluit patrOrtnje, ,.J 8 having been in the ahawe) busineaa for Upwards of 28 years flutters b'uselffe be enabled to give, saliefaoiion to nfl Ihost wbd may think proper to hust their work to hlscare. ' ''' "' '"" ! -"'' " ' " '' ' Chronometers. Duplex, horiznntsl Patent and detaeli' ;eJ Levers, l.eiiti, , Independenl Seconds,' Repeating Musical. Watches sot Musical Bona Boxes, carefully cleaned and repaired.. Silver piste and jewelry rarefnU l ,reaired with nealntss and dispalcli, .uifelt and rbreixatlorkaiii rery dtsan:ion -cleaned ei.d repaired Kovi 8, 1814. -.' ;4w : .... J .. Philip Murpbv Adm'r ) "VTOTICE la h of. Aiiiahaui.VanosUaii y 1 1 that on Mori1 . t i C day ofDacenibnr . James Vsantlran el al. ' betwean the hours OTICE' la hereby rn day llieanili A " ri'saii A- lt,r? lours 0 JU. lr clack A. M sad 4 o'clock V. M.- l will se!l at fkhlt suction at tbe donr nf the Courr House hiNw Phil dViilla. Tnaearawes ermnly, Oiiio, ihe (ViHtwifg rls seriHsrl S'eaT Kstatetn wh. Lot niimheidthirtv-eta($6 In lbs first (I) sarrinn of township seven Tanf range - (J, u , (Tered Tor sste .TZnnesvMa Oli: i . . ... .. Kov iX mi 4w mculofi wjikk JliMa;mUlia.u,lt,fca'opia ra oparaUoa ai; uiany iiearts and. a.h laHl-nntiiklailiiH actaanmnl jnion aoyilms; jisrllcularty la li e plcinrial auriai'iit..',llit!n "0 care or dlliget.ee coiilit vit, kud i-o eiidhure jtreveut. tlx Colonihliin'iisgesliiafmli gbiik en ttearlity JncrV mli'tf In pupa tarll diit iUiport rtom fin Ural liumlitr, and (I'll otilwiiglit uniOrtdiM teilani'y'f ll' pravthay l'tatld ad tn awaved kv neTtraCtv nd anhtMsr ay fraarhtpiesnVi of aoartrllHiion sod editor have tern tltfaet9r to Aba; pan-. licandaaoautad-atriiinillM ttiroiil knada tor ,Uw e uetominaueaioenaAftaaeaicprtato 't y f .'. Tn. nuUkiliiir nndattook lbs work wllh the firm tun vie- Hon ibnt lite reai eliy ef Jaw. Votk. Was ihe best and. true bonis for s magsalna jsf general literatnrli'; tliatnolwl it- iBudins the failure of inany.-arevloue aiianipi to estajilUh- auch a work, there ceu id lie no inipoibllliy of snceess WUta sufflcieut eapltal, persererance. aed' tliS trgnt system of :maa agemeut oath by psblniUr'-krfd ellller mimalaiett' by Hiss conviction, be embarked In Ina enterprise, and the eeult ef tbe 11 rat yeat has proved teat lile Jedgnent was correct: d -, it baa lens erased m he aecsaaary er vsbsoobI IM wd' liuuid anmla of the, Coluaklea aa- ea- upeitaiaut. At all- events. U le now, aa .aaiierhnsnl SMnaiaiiiially)lr''l.'" Was (m! ourcIVes anon sa f)rrtv a basis at any aiinliar ;pi;rni tlia na,U nr. Urlartmlamtllllia. rafd not SO IIIUCU securing What ground wo bva gained fot wo noiisidol Ihar" suffic'ienily secure as tlie extension of our spliere. or aclisa and utility not so niiiali, event tin mirl enlartemcat of our subscription list, as Ilia niott hillside mode of rtiierings for the amusement (iind sntirwr tajT occasionally w f tofit l) of. our suliacrlliers Id - lhe uresenl and the ruture, the many whom W In v, slid His many atorewe ahall ua dnubiedly have as tlwe robs Oa.- ! ei I .i if i Wa have madearraniemetua whtrh-will enable ua to, re sent otir fi-isnusr wllh enibtllttJiaieiits of .vsri' superior-imtet aiyleandflriisli,,. lu this rs ol I iaour (Iras purjwse lo out vie, f possible, all coin elllioii. , Our ruUiio .and engravings, we'conO.lcliily beiieve; Wili not W equslled-very certainly they shall not be surpassed In reel mStil by those of any; olh. dr mog.irlne, We ito'iase lo gIVa bkcIi riioniH 'two Or moid superb engravings, Independpatly or twe pages er music sy tne innsl eminent composers, and plait bf hiiilieiitlt lsishtans, Begarillng the literary and editorial oonddct of tlie Colum blnn, tne publisher does net", feel sailed noon to any more than a law worda, , - The general msnagemant of 111 Is .dqiari itieiit Is, aa beretofcre, eiittusti'jt la a gsnl'eman possewlng every qualification for theinsk, aud who lias given abundaut ovldence. not only of the higliejjt ability; to put forth aoierl torioua magazine. Lot of tlio ability to put, forth a magazine exactly adapted to ike tastes of our readers 'The publitlief, therefore, hnseveiy CcaiJcncs Dial what lus' bean' donH for .he lliersfy value rfflili Jmrnnl will be rforiS again." "Wd srd perfectly ftllllfis ihnt eur future iti ihlsreipet dhould be es timated by our pnat;' Ths Subjoined Hst Of Ibaae who harS furnished articles lor theColuaaosaa during the by-gsiia year, will at iffy we -feel assured, tJis moat faiUdioaa,. that wa are reseluielospara, in na particular, either eiarlioo or aasenee. Mrs I. H ttlgoilrneyr in. Kirklsml, Mrs Ana Stephens, lira F 8 Osgood, Mrs EO Bwith, Mra C Xnwelt Mrs K Ellctl, Mrs M 81 Leon Laud, Mis Jhiaiss 0 Biobls, Mrs James,' Hsll, Mrs in, Hunt. Mrs H LlttMaipe, MrsCal Outler, Mr flC Rrhbury.Mrs Caiy. Mrs Ii a fiaale, Mrs M A BrvHig Mu Mury I.r.WHun, Miai CalSHsn, Miss tsetwlle Jcalyn,: Miss Wnrtlin Kusnell, Miss Btnllv' R Oharhack, Mies Uuis, M Brnuner, Miss Fanny Poroster, Miea M O OuUiey, auiho- of Summer Frolicking" J K Pauldinf, sVei e tpryaas, fit Sreene Ualleck, B A Foe, John Nasi. Heavy W Metaerl. IS; Huttings Weld, Park Henjanatio vVinssai fee. a) W KaoOavl, Henry 8 Schoolcraft, T 8 Artliur. M t firatlan l'l"sullier of the widow ofBrughea," H T TecketM Jawes f. Otis tebt. t Wade, Baml 0 Pelterasa tJm. 0 Oonld, Bssai sva C.fsn. no Hoffman, Theo 8 Fay. Rev. K C WaoOwawik, 0 kleoeldl Mcl.eod, Km H Willis, Waller Whitman. Isaac t llieaberd.. T ft Read, Wm Oland ftVarne, Rlh t. WI.Hs. eaff A Clarke C Wllkirrs Eimi, B J rortar, B Paraily Hatailtea Mrasa, M O Hill, M K Wilaorii Joseph BMf l.iao, V McLaelUsas; eras Hue. sell Jr. The anther of "Time's Itsier," A Ms sr. Ossen O Warren, Anguslaa Suodgraas, J T MSad'Sy, V h tadera.' B-.B 'Hirsts- ... j .tt ;,..-''!' . :i'-.'v.r . With tbe aid of these contributors iof beta ftis needless to say one word In ths way of eeinmendatlea) aneal Burner ous it)ier. perhsps eiually BMritarioue tf leas eslehiassd, what IikVe promitsd us their support, wa Ssrter earealvhs, that aat literary work, ths Celuwbien need as aoeer Be eefi'ian- s'lonof being excelled. : . ' "But what wa hard' dona la already' heUere tbe-'peklk), wliol will not (kll to judge us with Impartiality; end hs raadsot lo wbnt we Intend to- do, ll will be both wiser ami store becom ing (aliliOBgh leu fashionable) not re boast.' ' We avay be per mitted lo assure our frends Hi btiel; kewevtr that ws bave msmrsd mimarous plaiea (for tlie Third veluew) Wkb wbich we feel confident they will be pleased. -, ll ksour par pose lo put forih qrery energy and,, U will Jta no fault ef our own If the Columbian shall not bs found at lesst aqual le any maga aipe, of any class of price. In America.. . , Dealers in renouicaia tnrsugnont me u. Diana and the Canadas, who wish to become agents for the Colum l.ton Magozllne will plsose apply te psblislier Immediately! The mnrol discount will be made to them. '' ICTEditeri who will Insert this prospactos Vinllre snisenrf a copy marked asd addressed ro-the Columbia Msgaalnav shaM bave ocpy; seat to tliam far one yar. ' r ; jt k'. -.jt -.i TBAttBiuci i'-l -ui b a 6ns enpy one year in advance, . .. - . 9 ,., j ) 9 . one copy two years , , i.; , "Tiva Ettht1 '-S 'Eleven- do''-do w:,.r.tt vlro 1 ' s! Jry-. -Address, post paid, u tiyx4, iss ,Jm !W;a'-. niBAEL 108T, 9 Astor Bouse. If. f UN, COPPER' 3D SHEET IKQiH OtlA EIX respsctKilly informs tlie puhllO' that he tuis ' 'opened a abop ia the new building,, pppoala B. Miixaa'a? Tannery, ia CANAL pQVER.Jor the purposs of pianttfas turihg an kinds er ,. yVV. r,. '') " COPPEfl,. PBEEt moti WAtl, , df Which he-will always keep an essortment eonstantlir e ' kand and sell for CASH, er srcliauge for Couiiiry prod ucs, aay low a aay other establishment west uf. the. Ohio River. iCall. see,' and eisinlne before purchasing elsewhere,. , '. , JOB WORK done In the beat, aisuner, On ita shortest as tire an J most reasoaahte terms. '...',' 'j 117 Old Pawns f Cor-psa ' take'k W ' exdiangS' for weslr Canst Dover-Jooe 4i M44, ,(' t1" '-') is-'lUy. NOTICE lis hereby givonf ihat the aubsoribere haver been appointed Adaainistratoia of lhe estste or iOirN E3f LINE, deceased AIIrraohabeitiindeblii to said' estate are requested temakd ismnediate pa) menf, nd haaine chims. nroresaiit (hear leaallv provenv whhib one year IVom this date. s. .. ! .i. . n ... vi-.-i r-K-f n ELIZA EaLINE,"' .d w,.nv .! . : I -'v'CrEOKGlS SPEAJtEff us... its i.vv iijcs t w, Adhunistrstiors. lWTh, 1844.-43-4W - i-t ; , i ApttlNITflATQKS:,.liQTICE, u-..,t- NOT'tt is Jiereby given,, thai (bo aubsoiiber .hae been, appnila4 Adminisrratnr of the elates of DANIEL CROSS, LAFAYETTE, tR08S, ,amf! AB1ELISSA CROStV deceased., ,All persons, bame;: indehted to said estate are. raquatfcd to ms6e imroediato' payment and . these having claims, (Ot presanl tliee iejally.tioseo, wilhjn one year, from this date. . ,j,tiS oi UiVr ftANA.,. crossv. jrwi t . A4iomtrut. (a sas. 1 ikaajJ VVVt?.VZ".- l.-. sa:w.vt, jtOMWlSTRATORS"'. NOTICE , v NOTICE ia haveby iieff,'"4bBT the eulnrrinor hae appninted Admintstraioe ;f . lhe estate of' JQHM'Oi COUEV;deeoiutd!'C All paWoiie beinn in-, dented ieaid eslale, eve requested to awake Immediate Kavmant. and those Tiavini elaima,. m-- present rllKm i-leinlly prtyveW, -witbiaona year romhrdait.... vt I. ' ! I " -i ' , ) . i Jt JOSUV - COR K9J i . ... : ih.vu iAcii.ji' .'( AorjaiQislratoY. NovJlhJ 1844"- 43-4v' !' e-wawfei mtf.M i t . j i ii ii i i iji i ti i i .r, EXE4J4J i'UR 8 iALE !,-., THE Hirlersianitd wrirntTar -s Public Rs'e nr Jat -urrlatne SS I dsv'nf Nnvembdr A. Di 1 814 be sweaa Vhe nmrra nf W o'clock M. end 4, o'clock P. M., nr' ilhwinwa of Ni'weumberlartd Tusearnwa rtotmly, Jtwarnlitired 427 itMhe town ef NevrThilsdelphia, antj sVtf numbered' 32 in thenilare'iNtW Ciitrll.r lanrfTbeing the prnparty of Philip1 pTuilerj late of Wsv vvrTwMilryH.'d.-Terms wil be made known on, ikedevof sale; by a .- -t . ifts'ii' is '8 LAt'PU, r'stenior, Ott Sih, A..P. I84,i Ota '