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SJTtfltV.IY j.i.vti.ixmt, liO. few Uopi" "r CHARl.nS M IN Fill's new Illstnrv of Wvoitliiltl. fot sale a Tdtuabla and Intelenlin Uook. dice $?. Inquire at thU Oiliw. IMPOR.vrNEWS FKO.M EU ROPE. By the arrival of the ship Liberty i Bos'on, four djysjaier new has b-eii received from Lmdon. It announce. Ihe resignation of Sir Hubert Peel and the entire formitlon of a new cibinet. This new is important, politically s well as commeicinlly- This chinge of ministry' has created great excitement in England, the meas ures proposed by the late Cabinet, ihe opening of the port", and the extension of a more liberal commercial policy: were deemed to be essentially pee measures upon the existing relations be iween Great lirittain and Ihe United Slates' The attempt to carry these measures through has caused the dissolu tion alluded to, and placed men with new views an'd new feelings at the head of aQiirs. Politicians will be confound ed by thejintelligeneo and speculators ii iflour who heve heen -waiting in expects tion of Ihe repeal of ihe corn laws will lie not a little astonished and bewildered iby the .result. , The news by the next aleamship.now ilue at'Roston, is more anxiously expect--ed than ever. The public wish to as certain the consequences of tho dissolu tion of the Peel ministry whether. Lord John Uussel will be sustained by' the people whether .Parliament will be dissolved and a general election take place whether the Tories will be re stored to power or the Whig1 ministry be sustained and (he. corn laws bo re pealed whether the ncv7 minister will .be. disposed to moke any -concession on tbe'Ore,gon question, or whether 'I'd I me-rston will insist upon sustaining-nation' tt honor and dignity, ara all questions' which though -variously discussed at the present time among all classes, cannot. ha determined with any degree of cer tainty -until wa receive further advices. fromUnland. The news, then, will be the .most important which could pos -aibly come, and public anxiety is on ti p toe to receive it. MEXICO: The JVew'Orleans papers give Ri "ports from Mexico of another R-volu lion having beenfoffecled there in favor of ihe war partyr and that wjr againstin this country has-acUially been declared, hnd that an irmv is forthwith to bo sen! ;,T.. Tf trn... S..N ...nna..,l to ' 1 ' hava been broaght abouUby liritish in trigiieni.man.agerr.ei)1,.io.draw our al r,. n..- cciiiiuii nun. vivluiii . . . The Washinglon Umon..oticing the recent news from Mexico of the contcm plated revolution, says.; MVe. under tiersianu -mat inese siai-emepis are buu -otanl'nlly confirmed by the official ac counts' and then add . . .i . .t ...t. ttnmnr 1... onnforihin thn oirPet ot Washington lo day, tht Mexico has ve receive.!, tul ..ot much 01 in .i.ntorii ...in.i ih. Tr,,iinn .SmiP.. 'eresl is found in them except iho report nVar-msy cnsuc.'but it has not-yet been ,,,al 11,0 inhabitants of Loredo, a Aexi declared ,a U t$ we are adviee.l..Mex "n 'wn " ,he Eai!,er' , 0Ank "f .tl,p ico may be mad enough to resort .to l I X ' . " " .. "'V ,"' r" ..i..mii r i rn, .11 m.r .tomon.uPtates ihould at onc fxercise junsdic ....!..'. .1 J :n u.i.i- i. ed by Mr. Slidel. The result of such course on her.part .rmy comneil us lo ' i mnr...;.lir m.-iMr,. Tnr li laino liKiicc . Tht Warren Traeerdu Case W&in.-i- tin the'Suprem.e Court of New Jersey,. .on - - O 4 W Friday; Abner'PMke'e couneol moved .. . . . . .... . ins uncharge iron, inenwo ir.a.cimcn... ye, remaiiniiB, cngiirg-niui w...tuoi8 iuh cerneu in miuruer ot ;ne v-.aatner ramtiy The Court struck out tho -words 'from hit .1 III.' I . f J i" recognizance",1 but refused to add the words frnm tho -eaiJ indictments.' leavinc it sim.- i... uuj:,,!,.!...!' im ,;i iiiy -mm im ' " .-,,.....,1 I... il.n I .unrf u.l.i-1it ll.ia ' ' . . . mounts to a -discharge fromihe .ndictment.i or not. motion was iun maoe on a . part of ihe Stale,- that the indictments cnrrlcd down lo'trial at the next Warrep UitCUlt, This motion was prompiiy reiumu . - . I.. l So here the-tmaUer will pto-jabiy enu lur ever, as flgitnit AbneT l'lifiic... ... .1 l A COUNTY MEETING!, A largo meeting of the member uf the ''ar, mid citizens of Columbia county, war hell on the Mondiy evening of Coup vreek, January 10. h, 181(1 at the Conn llnuse in Danville, in relaljun In the nnmi nation of linn. Gp.imoti Woodwahd iy Ihe I'residnoi, ns a Judge of llie Su preme Court of (be U. S.: when, On motion, II on, Stei'HKN Rally was hosen President. George Smith. Eq ,ram Derr, and (?nl. Vahutine Best, Vim 1'residn'U an- Charles r.Minn and Ell. liiMy . Esqrs. Secretaries. On requtst, the object uf the meeting fas ihen slated, iiia very -tppropriale man ner, by Edward 11. Bdldy On inritinn of Cliarle R Uurkalow, tlm Gbair appointed ihe fnllnwiti; gentlemen a committee to report Resolutions ex pressive ofiheeii9 of ihe meetting, Charles R. Ruckalew, Esq., Ilium R Kline, U. K. Rhodes, Henry iV0bb, M E. Jackson, Esq., Charles Conner, I). N ICownover, G. W. Morris, Harmon Labor, Samuel Wilson, Peter Ent, E. G. Ri.-kelU, Cornelius Cleckner,Efq-,Biul Juhn Rhodes. The C ommitlee after retiring, reported the fallowing Resolutions, which were, up on vote, adopted unanimously. Wjiurp.as, The nomination bv ihe Pres ident nl Hon, Gkorge W. Woodward fm a Judgssi.'ip in dm Supreme Conn of the United Suiea a uominatiiiii generally an' Deniable to the People of .Pennsylvania has been mot by 'unexpected and singular onnosiiinn; we, tho .citizens uf Columbia county, leel called upon in express our opinions upon ihe subject; 1 herefore Jteso'ved, That this meeting hold in high estimation the talents and virtues of Hon Georoi: W. Woodward, and believe if placed upon the bench nf Supreme Court, ho will bo an able and upright Judge, one worthy of Ihe alalion, and worthy lo be a successor to the great and pure men who have dignified thai bench by their integrity and learning. J?esouf!(J,That iu the nomination of Hon. G. W. Woodward, the President of the United. Slates has paid a merited compli ment to the Northen Pennsylvania, the residenre of the nomineeant! has exhibited the usual sagacity distinguishing his pub lic ennduct, Jlesoved, That although members ,cf this meeting nave bad preference for oilier Pennsylvanians to fill the seal of Judge iialdwin. liny cheerfully acquiesce in thp nomination m.ide by Ihe President, and heartily endorse the capacity and charac ter of the nominee. Resolved, That iu ilia judgment of rtns meeting. Pensylvania is entitled to tic hon or of filling the vacancy on the -ben.-ih of the Supreme Court, and that a non-ennfir- nation of Judge Woodward, ay the Son de, would be an indignity in litis State, thrniigh-the person of a perfectly compe tent aud irreproachable citizen. Resolved, I hat the accnsalint-a made a gainsl Judge Woodward, so far as they nave-come in Hie Rnouleileani ,thi nipet- ing, are-ranUIy uninsi di unmerite u;- uos niaed by those who know him, and tin worlhy the nntir.o of the 'honorable Senate of the United States. Resolved, That tho rciectinn of a Judge who for vears stood in the front rank of awyers in 'Ncrthen Pennsylvania" both praoice & characteri-whose-judgment Idas air.ee been matured upon the bench, ' " whose integrity is unsupccled, would be ,u,y 10 P'onun jrtament a?ainf. ' nominee, not a civ resilient, anil i respectfully protested sgainU by this meet Ing- Resolved, That the prnceedings nf ihi . , i i i i .i r .1 meeiing be published in the papers of Hup B01in,yiBna ,,B, copies .bo forwarded to the President, our Senators in Congress, nd o the Representative Jro.n this Dis- iiii.i Signed'by the Officers.J FROM TEXAS Ualveston papers to the ,7tli instant 'ton over them. 7hev have suffeted from Indian depredations, and urn i niTr M'lis inn i rr i nnna inr itrntun r"""" '"""" "'"' 4'y- ',0" 1 o accounts irom Seeum, W'-w Hraunfels, San Antonio and other Wes llf.rn ll.lVnH. Wllllfl IAMli-ila ft AVIrnnrili luar.y deeree of proppeui'v and an im mrnse incrraso -of population.' There .tt . f I .. jve" "'y 8IX or sever, minnreii troops (or1 " -'"". " y , "u r ' hi Monterey, -frisia remains in his hlcien,,a Ur-M0lrter..v . He j, view - m wnw muclffusnicton bv somo of ihe ' - -djiors at' I'uebla. They havo charged nim with being friendly to the Amcri,- cans and accuse turn of having enriched himself by selling provisions lo lha'Uni 'ed Slates 'Army. A large flock of " , , . .. ii- i .ha.n Hind flrii' nil trim. Inn Kin I.rrl1n q I ' I' ,'i' ...w u. u. I a Trw vim I; jini-nnnr! unlit in I tin A m r r - ,n mri .hM1 lirxn nmn. nnri lhrf-p pi.i.nm say ,lhe6e ui n.uei0fl 0 ,0 Aiista . I . ' ., ..... br .-M.t ... The newiipaperc of the Souili aud'WcBl I !.!..!. ..r . I !... f.U -.1. -iro comniiiiiig in iiip-onruy ui wie weannanj (aor )dfne) Jeul - rr. inn wnars me use 01 luicicica.uon l.l L. . . ..I tuaw vy vuiujuaninig, Show Another addition of ilia whim and lWeey messenger,' to the depth of up- taiuo in i iiiciicf,wus voticnsrtieu to us on Tuesday night and Wednesduv last making the sleighing ngijr. excellent- So ays ,1r. H.mtf . oml ..... I - :e s. i. - wuw.., runner ii ii is in we iu many cople in his uen.bibnrhn.nl. The wife of pX GjveriTir Th.im'rt of Maryland has succcded in obtaining do oice uf dinner- from Iter husband, Heuwjs, n old bache(ir -married a .young wife-- iinl became j-jtlous. So they wero.'acpsra" led. Nr. M'Clnre, Ex-Secretary of this Cum? inonwcalih.caiiie in his death at PiCsburgh on the 8.h insl very suddenly, In passing to his room in his bouiding house iu the djrk, at a I,iIh hour in the night, be fell down!! back stairs, and it is sumioscil broke Ins neck by the Nil. lie was not discovered until Saturday ninrning, as the stairs were not usr-u in the winter season He leaves a family at Carlislo In inoutn his uutiuicl) end. Mr. M'Clurc was a man o'. good education and lint: talents. ..iMjimii'i-i".lJ List accounts, Moritutis all quiet, en deavoring to persuade Sister Smith, ('Toe's' wido"j,to go with them lo the Calafornfas. She says 'No.' That woman kunws something. In a Idle letter, she says ('and it is no tloubl, (he mild saving of a, wife J 'I always thought my late husband, on the discovery of a Mormun Bible, a little in sane. 'Many obtcrs thinks he was good deal knavish Something JVew. I hero is n ten-pin illey filled up on the ice in St Louis. The surface uf the ino is tho alley, a couplo'of posts are sunk through, & a sheet of s trong canvass stretched between them to slop, the balls, just before which the pins aro sol KISSING A NO WASHING The Ohio Akron Democrat gives ihe fol lowing report of a trial in that village, T.h I'iukand Milleriles have some queer notions intf practices, to say tho least. 'Rather loniical tria" took place last Saturday before Mayor Chamberlain of (the lale) Rev, J I). Pickands, of ihe Second Adven tChurch eharged with assault and battery in kissing the wife of Lynan Green and walking her feet, against her husband's will. L. V Uierco Esq , counsel for prosecutor, laid down the law very cleaily, and Mr. Pick .mj not only ndmitled the facts charged, hut justified himself on Scripture grounds, so conclusively , that the case was diemiss edt Those who join thai church will un- lersland that it is on the progressive pr(n pie- ' STEAMSHIPS. Al a meeting ol ihe Uabinel, a lew days gn, ti is said it was agreed lo make propo ids for ihe building often steam vessels, on fnlln'i'iiia-iil-ill. The. VPSp- In lil llliill by individuals, and used fur cnmmercil pur poses; ihsr governmenMo advance a portion of the cnl, for which it will have a lien on the vp!etdf,nnd iu case of neeil to lake them entirely ifor government use on refunding the vhule cost, or such notiion as may be ghli the vessels also lo cany lite mail bile iu the mr reliant service. This is not war measure, but a plan for carrtiiiir the mails as provided for last winter. " ; ' IM? .n Jicscvedfrom the Grave. 'Tho New- buryport Advertiser Bays ihaf a Mr. Sll'dtr lately slipped from a wagnq, and jt, was supposed died saon afterwards; but wiiHo preparations were making for his interment; and the corpse placed in the coffin, thn doc lor,.di8coveruig that the glass in the coffin lid was somewhat cocred with vapor, took his handkerchief for the purpose of rernov ing il; bul finding tint it proceeded "from ihe inside of the gUss.hu at once pronou'ilc- d the n.an alive, and he was taken jrnrn his 'narrow house,' ami is iioiu as well as ever ho was in his lifel 1 ' Death of a Member of Congress T Th Hnn Win. F, Tayloii, a member of I Ihi) U. S House of KruieHentatives died nl Washinglon on Saturday morning last;in oiueqtience of which there was no'sessioo in cither Houses on -1ondny last. The edifcir of lhe""Now Yoik Kxp'ris? has been shown n heauiiful piece. u( eulpture. representing Dr." ZPrlfnkfiri", standtngja IWJl'JLiaJ.aiiiiude, will) .his three coi tiered haUuniler Ilia lull j i.it. , and a small scroll in his light hand.'l ho lieBd, antl llowing liair, represent ihe man in Hie most perlec) manner. , Hit- cravat, coal, vt't. shoss and huckleii re in perfect keeping. This ,beailiful piece of art (ays Iho EKpross) hoabeep. executed with a penknile, in olnbjster.j uy a iao oniy auout jottrteen yt-ATS '! age, by the name of Rjchard Daniihy, 1 1 inn. ii.iT'i.',' r i1''. ''From Texas, it seems prelly oertatfi that w jr. Ueneral Henderson is elected UAVernnr , eutenain Governor I The .Vice President of Texas, Gen JJurlcf I. . L-O.-i.. C . -.'-- iof(, is eitciiu io uie.o.a.e.oena.e, 021EGON. Extract op a Srcucn or the Hon John Quincy Adams. glorious. I rrn say no more. Dot, till no- While wo ,11 talking hero nbo.il rrg.' i"t. 1 am no. prcpaeed to vole any f ft ( . !.. f ........ men.ts of rifismcn, and regiments nf inlnntiy , . , , , , . onil olnnu.nili- inrl. mill unnnvia anil in II ers pORtonicrs Great Itritain is aiming htr'sleain ycscls, rqnippinf her frigates and line-of- Jballle ships, and sending troops over heio kijbe ready. wvtid press a re solution giving the notice this day, if I hoped that a majority of tho House cuuld be obtained to effect the moasure. Mr. Wentwoktii hero moved thai the rules be suspended to afford an opportunity for such a motion; bul the motion was pro nounced to be out of order. Mr. Adams resumed. I feel mysolf scarcely authorized to hope that I should be successful should 1 make the motion. Out for tire I would, have moved it on the first day of the session. Uocausa I havo so profound a sense of the duty of adhering to treaties, 1 feel debarred from the least act of hostility or eyen from meeting hostility manifested elsewhere, till notico shall have been given. While our convonlion remains I will vole no incteaso of the army or navy no fori or stockade, no infantry, no sappers or miners. All must depend on mat. J I this shall be made the special order for Tuesday, I hope il will bo arranged by the gentlemen who m .nago the business of ibis House, that the question of giving notice shall come up on the same day, and shall be taken up before any ibinr else. Il is mere wasting of lime, and whistling to the wind, to (all; about raising a military force until our conscience is clear from the obli galion uf tho convention. And il does not follow that, if we give nolico, must of necessity be war; nor does it even follow that we shall then take pos session. Il will onlv bo saying to Great Rrilailiafier negotiating about twenty years about this matter, we do not choose to nc goliaatc any longer, we shall lake posses sion of what is our own, and then, if lo set tic the question what is our own, you wish lo negotiate, we will nrgotiale as long as you please TVe may negotiate after we take possession. f Mucb laughter 1 'Hisi is the military way of doing business. In nreased merriment. J When ths great Frederick came lo the thron of Prussia his father had prpiro 1 and equipped f r him an aimv of in hundred thousand mei Meeiing, shortly after, an Ausirin-i Ministir the latter said lo him. 'Your father has !ivoii yon a preal ariry;but our troops ha. seen the wolf: yours have not.' 'Well vel!,' said Frederick,' I will gi.e them an opportunity to see iho ., , v. ii woll, l' rt'derick then added in his memoir; 'I had boiiis cx uellent old pretentions lo an Austrian pro vince which somo of my ancestor had owned one or two iiinnin.-! before, and I sent an ambaisndor to the Court of Vienna staling my claim, and presenting a full exposition of my ri'il-s in ihe province 'The same day my ambiss.iilor was re ceived irt Vienna I entered Silesia with my army.' A laugh. So you see dial on the very day his army entered Silesia, he una that the convention for tho joint occupation of Si lesia .was ended. "Loud and prolonged Itnighter I any, therefore, thai I hope tho first rnetmure adopted by Congress be to give, in ihe most solemn manner, tho notice to Great Urilain which the treaty rcmirc; hen the coast will be clear for us to do what we please. It dues not, I repeal, it loes not follow ns a necessary conseqeunce hat, because we give this nolire, we must alio possession, though il is myhope that we shall. It does itoi necetsarily draw af- er it a war, and if Great Britain chooses lo take siieh notice us an act nf hostility on our part.und forthwith commer.ee hosiiliticc on hers, wc have been told that we shall all be bul one pirly, am! Gud Almighty grant that may be an! If it shall be so.the war will have less of those very extraordi' nary terrors which my friend from Souih Carolina (Mr. Holmeshas now just dia coveted notwithstanding iho extreme mili- ;aiy propensities which ho ..manifested on thfa floor last year. ' ' -T-he "gentleman was a most valiant man whin Texas was in question. But I shall (Traw no more comparisons as to what w witnessed liter, and what we see now. but this 7 will say that I hope if war sh ill enmo which God forbid, and of which cnlerain rio fears at all ihe whole pound v will have but one heart and one united hand And of ibis 1 am very sure that in thtttcaso Great Hritain will not lonG occunv Oreeonr, "ci .10' an,ue' ".ne.r..,M1' oranvthnp e so Nnrt u i( rianhi!-i (Great sensation and incipient indications ' . o " ""w. m.,. v, jVu,viniw nn- "ZTVJtr ,l0"? f War an" 0f 8,1 . .... ary . ..ntnenii u m shot.ldv. l,e u.cdiu oi me in me, 1 nnne l shall be twilling lo go as far is anv in making any ... ... .-I , sacrtnee :o reiuer mat war iticcesMiii anu 11 CM ill IIIUI lUCUOllll- til it IllllllUiy l Mill. I 1 iunn iie, nuwcvur unu we may, bivi ig no- '1 ' " b " b lice extend our laws and our protection to our brethcrn who have settled at least in that part of Oregon which is tint claimed by Great 7?rliain; but there can be no need of increasing our srmy and our navy in or der lo do thai. I hope thai such an ai-i will not bo offensive to Great ISiilain, am! that she will not think of going lo war a bout il. Vfir a r-niu .'VP a'i rATtinV Alllli XLUU1L4.11 ll UailllU.i DA LIC. The Wavno County Herald, pnbl sh ed in Urn vicinity of C u bor.daV, giver the following account nl (he IM le.-eing itcciilt-ni in the roil mineral llint punc On ilondayvn immense mass of slate, about seven arres in extent, fill lion Ihe roof of one ol the minps of the Del awarn and Hudson Canal Company, a Caibondalc, upon iho workman bt-low I he spot whin the slate lell was neily i mile from (lie .notiili ot Iho mine Thrco persons were taken out scti uislj injured, one of whom, a boy, died ooi -itiur ihe accident ; cf the olhors, hopef .no entertained of their rccovei): 1 ha lyiy who died was riding a hnrs it the lintH of Ihe accident, and is sun p tsed to have been killed by Ihe forc .1 ihe sir rushing toward the mouth ol the mine the Inrse was also killed 'The other 'two pt-rsens who were takui out were abo injured by Iho ru.-diing ol the air. About ono hundred and ult men who were ot wot 1; mining, somi distance from the nl ice ol the accidetH sloped, but, honiblu lo relate, fifteen pet sons, who were at work propping tit) the mines, were ei'her crushed in iiaiitly or are walled in without am hope of being rescued, ns il will tak weeks lo remove the immense mass ol -I.it e which has Tiller, in, and if yet a live, will be comeplled to die one of th most hoir.ble of nil deaths that of star vaiion! We have been furnished wit' tho names of the missing persons, four teen of whom have families, thc-y are at follows: Anthony Welf-h, A.rk I3rcnnnn,Wm Clines, Patrick jlnchcll, P.it.ick L n ard, Henry More, J.imes McClh, M chael Frtliu; Henry Derney, John Far rel.Palnck Walker, Peter Crawley John ltusf-y, Ueni.min William4, nnn ,i son of widow Uipnnin. We are informed , upon good authori tv, that this accident will not retard th operations of the company. Ouu of l!ie filieen above mentioned however h.s been fortunate enttii;h u.-fipc iiiiiii lilt 1.11 i iilici ill! II va I r.r i d i u i . ,. , ' t-n n .. ....!..: i r : in tony eic.i: uuuis. it is mr. uosey the Uveiseer. Mr. Ilusey says he w.is in No. 2, mid l)0 CIMsh CJ' inplniit. lh lool c.tme down upon him and closed up wnnin ihree lei-t, testing upon the ciiisni-u pillars. He remained ninei ind bent up in the. dark, until tin mck had done selling. He tnen work ed away by moving the lose coal, &c mill Ho go! lo ihe headmir of s chamber A'o -2. lie found then a spring th..1 Ind been lei in by the breaking of lln roof, where he mil water lo diiuk. lie then worked his vvy Hu oueW ihe chamber to the head of No. 1 ioji) md found it closed, and also lha air nhafl at ttul plnce. He ihen crrpi hack lo the place where he was flint caught, so as to be found on tno main oad, if ho could not gel out. Afn-i consideiing tho locality ol the othoi roads, hit made the attempt lo woik his way through! Ihe column to No. 3, antl persovered until he got through into that road und then got out without d.fli ctilty. Mr. H. lias not seen or heard of anj of the 14 men that are now missing. II. was alone. Ilesijs those men were near the place No. 1, and arc hhui in, either dead or alive, at ihu head ol thn place. jfS'ncrgeiic efforts oro ronkeing lo reach them, but il is not probable they can be got out alive. They wore la. borers, engiged in heaping, and not ac quainted with the means of getting out. like ihe minerf,even if they could move al all. llr. H owes his escape solely to his cool and deliberate Judgment, ami to his knowledge of the intenoi of thr mines. J he lush ol air wis so greal out of fso. 1 iIiai ihe waggons weio broken in to fragmen ts.the wheels and axels ever, were crushed by being dashed against the pillars, &c, along the road. MARRIED On the IBih. day of .. . ... . . ... v ison all of Columbia County. nw sn ii in iM4 .-iatiaii i:.n nl M ..1 Qn l5 , f j lfi46 , S.muel Kisner E.q Mr. ObLqVyaS OKn lo Miss Sahah Cole alhof Green- wood township, Columbia County. arts IP -M hmJ MARKETS. IlLOOMsmmo, Jan. 24, IS-IG Wheal, Uyo, Corn, Cloverxeetl, Flaxseed, Butter, 00 Co so i 0(; 1 12 15 C5 . S 10 7 75 1 00 O.ils, IVigif MMImw Lud l)i ii d App'c", While ea.is lii-i .wax NOTIt; u. s l-crcliy b'ivcu, that I have ourchascd at Con xtittile Bjle.ua the pruporty u( I'etor H. Miller tho In 1 iwlni; prnpeity, io wit " b il teiula lietlDiinil bed ni,l cnal atovo anu pipo. 1 brick moulds, I barrel of ciiler oil, G chairs, I corner cuploaril, 1 InWc, 2 vthcclbnrrowa, lono l.orse wagon, I tvro horsu wngon, I cow, 1 cutting ox, I set or single harucs-i, md have left the same in his po-uession Jurinc my plcamtc, mid hereby forbiil miy p:rson taking them from him, cither by purchase or otherwise, without my consent ri3 1 1.1! K. MlLLtilu January 24, 181540 NOTICE. Is hereby given, ihnt I hnvo purchnsetl at Con stable bale, a he propcily of Peter It. Miller. the following property, to wit 1 bay nunc, I bu liorsc, 1 set nl double liornesg. 1 fanning mill.300 bI.cuvcii of rve, t J Ions of hay. 20 yck of carpeting, 1 mantle cluck, 1 corner cup board, 1 bureau, I rockinc chair. und have left the anmo in his possession during my pleasure anil hereby forbid any poraon taking them from him, cither by utchaso or othcrwiso. without my consent- UEOIIGE S. MILLER, January 24, IBIO 10 N0 7'ICE. ' hereby given, that ws have rvutclioi-rd at Con- stablo sale, us tlio proi city of John otcu.er tho following properly, to wit: 1 two liorsc wagon und coal beil, 1 sled, 2 bar horses and harness, 1 cutting box, 1 cradle and scythe, 4 loads of corn fodder: 4 sheep: ono half of seven acres ofne in the ground; ".wo shoats, 1 wheel barrow, I grass scylbc and snentl.,2 shovels, 1 stone coal stovo and pipe, 10 biishclsof potatoes; 400 lbs' of pork; 2 mcatluW; 20 bushels of corn; 29 bushels ot oatt; ono writing desk, 1 cucst; 1 mantle cluck. und have left the same in hii possession dutintr our pleasure; and hcrehy forbid any person taking then. Iron, turn; cither by purcliusc or otherwise; without our confront. DANIHL SATDZ-'U & SON. January 24; 184C;-10 N OTIC E 1 hereby warn nil persons not to pnrchaso two notes of hand, dated lClh of January IU4C; for tho rm of tO d.dlais each; payable ono on tho 10'h olFcl'N!Gry next; und (.tluron iho llilh of ilarch and signed by the Mil mihrr, tin- stiil notes having been l'raudciitly obtained; I ahull refuse to pay tho same unless compelled by law. J. .EVZA'S. January 17, 186G; 40 CANCER, SCROFULA AND GOITRE. Ample experience has proved that no cninbiii-ilion of uicdieine has ever been so efiectual in removing tne above diseases, as Jay ne's Life I'irservalive. It has ifleclcd cures lha have been truly astonishing, not only of Cancer and oilier duetses of that class, but lias removed the 1110M stubborn Diseases nf the Skin, Swellings, Dyspepsia, etc ike. This medicine rulers in ihe circu lation, a nd ei'idiotrs diseases wherever lo oted. It purities the blood and other fluids l the body, removes oheiruction in tlf! pores of the skin, and reduces enlargements uf the g'ands or bones, h increases iho ap- petite removes head nehn and drowsiness and invigorate the v hole system, mid im. parts animation to thn diseased and debilita icif consiituiion. 'There is nothing superi or lo il in the whole mateiin rnrdica' It is perfectly safe and exlrfiircly pleasant, and has nothing of the digustinu nausea accom pnning ihe idea nf swallowing medirine. CONSU.MI'TION, HRONCHN'S, AS 7'1IA.MA No remedy Ins ever been found t-i remove tho above diseases so promptly and effectually as Jayno's Expec- lorsni. 1. cleanses theluncs from all rita- tinir nitler. while at the ame lime it heals and invigorate litem, I'rena.cd only al No. 8 South Third street, Philadelphia. The above Medicine aro for sale al the stoie of JOHN R. RlOYElt.. Bloon:.b)rg. NOTICE S hereby civen that I purchased at Constable 6alu as ihepioperly of Jonn CuMon the follow ing aitirli-'i to wit 1 fiotles, Glasses and othtr Bar Fixtures: 2 Jienches and a marhe drainer " Coa Knues and Pipe, '-i U'aod Staves and I'ipe 2 doz Chairs id I Raking Chair 2 Dining 'fables 1 1 inirtll l'abc 120 yards Carpeting 3 Looking Glasses 1 fash Stand 10 Bednteads and 10 Beds and Bedding 3 Barrels with Liquor and Cider 2 parts of Barrels of Fish 30 Bushels of Oats, and havo loft' the e.imo in his possesion during my pleasure nud heroby forbid any person taking thorn" from him by purchase or othenvire without my consent. ' " .10 UN' McWILMAMS. Dccombcr 6, 1845 TOVE TIPC for sale at lhp New Store- October 11. UUNKSH DLANKSI'!--FOR SALE .T THIS OFFICE. .