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Supper' over (lie dance again went merri Iv mi Some fiisiirnl InrirClytnihr rrilrmii dii'iinelvpg, There was anrnu vanity there, mill cnnridembly puiX-d up. There wh particularly njie nianitlniL in our delegating who was a particular .SVrr. 1 allude lo the younp. man til very open countenance- and 'ritnnn cheek who b'uaterej h round like an old hen with her head rut o(T. and knew just about as much about dancingi na thai animal which is blessed with very lorg ears. This same individual will learn, af ter a little mure tid experisnce, that it is belter to icok the arquaintanco of ladies in the proper way, than to alien pt lo forca liiinsclf upon them, whother or no. Well T won't slop to particularize, as the affair went off very well to all appoaraneea allhouqhi but lilllo did appear, in the Hall room iho lights were so poor. Wo kept vmy gonil hours, for wo bloke up M six o' ,?Tck and got home soon after day light. Twig ill a t will you? able to 'dance all mghi and go home with the gala in the morning, line you see, some of tho hidden talent; have a chance to expauderale, and that tuo at a trilling expense of strength and moneji one nights loss of sleeps and a five dollar bill, and unfitness' for husinrsa the next day Go it while you're young, fot when you'ie eld you can't.' TEXASUS. DIjomibtng.Dcc. 1 0 it, 1810. Washington, Dec. 7, 1840. SENATE. The Senato was called to order by the Vice President, at 12 o'clock, and the Scc- relaiy directed to inform tho House that o quorum was present and ready to proceed to business. Twelve o'clock was fixed as til a hour of meeting hereaftei. 71essrd. Drecso, Crittenden and Fairfield were appointed a Committee on the par ol tho Senate to wait on tho President, Each meufber was allowed newspapers equal to three daily, Mr. Brcuse, from the Committee, report ed that they had wailed on the I'residunt and that ho would communicate with both Houses, by Meesago, to.tnurrovv, at 'i o' clock. Adjourned. House or Rcitieseytativks. Tho Speaker callod the Ho tse to or Jei at 1- o'clock, and the roll having been call ed, one bundled and eighty-two answered to their names. Tho following now members were quali fied;Mr. Hale, of Mass; Mr. Ripley, of Niw York; Mr. McDaniel, of Mo. Messrs, ,Upwcn ar.d Coitrell, of Alabama. Mr. Hopkins offered tho usual resolution to inform the Sen at thai the House was or ganized, and ready to proceed to bueinc, and also lo appoint a committee to wail up on the President, and inform him that both Houses were organized and ready to re ceivo any communication he might have to rnako lo them. Tho Spfcaker appointed Messrs. Hopkins and Wiir.hrop as tho com mittee. Various resolutions as lo tho mode of choosing seats wero offered, and finally the same mode as last year was adopted. The names of members wero placed in a box, and drawn out at random. The clerk an nounced tho names us diawn, and members designated their choice of seats, A resolution was adopted, restoring the correspondent of the New York Tribuno to iho privilege of the House. Adjouied, t Signification of 'Green.' G"de L. says that when iho Mexicans were marching oul of Monterey, feri.ral de nerluis from our army were recognized, In their rank? one of ihem was hissed ho was inarching by tho side of a tall Mexican, who looked down upon him, and laughed at him, as much as lo say, you have lo stand it old fellot! How degraded tho poor wretch must have fell' Some of our desertersarecommi9ion- pit n friers in their army. Soma few of our men were taken prisoners during the action, Gen. 4mpudia had them brought to him and questioned them himself. Afier abkinc one of ihem about our strength, number of cmnon, flc, he wanted to know what t fleet ImPigc lamation had produced among our men? whether omu of thorn had been inclined todeseil? 'Oh! no,' replied he, Mhey were not so creen ds tint.' Tho word green' being rather above the General's Eigli6h, another interpreier was uiougn. in to explain the monMrous word. Thi interpreier was a Captain, who, six nttnths ego, was a private in our ranks. When questioned lo explain the word Why,' said he, Mhey weie not il d fvtils." TMem. 'G een,' an Americanism not well understood by Mexican Genitals, signifying Jil foH) Zfleels of Remorse Jl Murdered, Wc Mool'ir, who was convicted hoi Tluir-day ai Philadelphia, of tnui derfnif l"i ivifp, hutiif litnmlfm lii! cell on M inlay veniiii!, with pieced of lift bed heelp, Ti.e nil cameim', and the fall ,.f hi hndv brought the watchman '.nto hie cell, m hen mcaMirpy wero taken ii preveni hiiv fundi r aiienitii to (Sewlrov liioicelf. Tnift wietclinl man i in il e most Inghlful slate of mind. ILi t continually haunted by the appari'ion of his muideicd wile, who is ver belori him her gashed tin oat, wild the blood ilreanitnij from ii, slam g him in the fare and he begs for Ins immediate tx eculiun. Pjiiy an nisTioss of ant kind, whether ol gout, rheumatism, headache, toothache ornuv other kind of nehevmn all iim-s cnlisid by impure humors of the blood, which have lodged upun tin parts, ai,d which nothing save rgctalilo purging, (purifying) cnti remove, hecniifO by no other means cnu impurity he driven from the body. WrtizM Indian vegetable nth have no supe rior, ir indeed they havenn equal, in removing rv. cry description of pniu bcciuso they vnrry off, it V too somaih and Inweli, all moibid nod our. rupt humourH. tthe causo ol diciiO in so casv ma natural a manner, that the body la actually re stored I ' health ah If by niBzic. Pour or live of said ludiun Vegetable Pills; taken orce in twenty- lonr bourn, on going to bed, will in a shun time not only urive pain or diKlrca of'vcry kind from tho system, nnd restore tlio body lo a state if round health, hut the blood and othei Hindu will he so completely purified that new life and vigoi will ho given to the whole frame. Wf.waiir op CouNTKiiruiT The pub'ic are cautioned against the many ipuriout medicine which in order to deccivu, arc called by name similar to Wright's Indian Vegetal le Fills. The only original and genuine Indian Vegetable' rills have the signature iJ Win Wright writtin with a pen on thi ton abcl of Each box. To counterfeit this is forgery and all others should be shunned as noison Ofilres devoted exclusively lo the sale ol If right s Indian I egetable. J'tlls. whole sale anil retail 109 Race Strret, Philadel. phia; 288 Oreunwich Street. New Y rk; and 198 1'reinont Street, Iloptnn Agent for nioomsbutg, (Jenrgo Weavei For other Agents see advcrlinciuenta in u nnilwr column, MAKRIi'D -Hv Hip Rv. I). S. Tobias, on ihe S h iosi., Mr. William Uossenokans, of Danville, to Misn Ea Tiiv.n Weutman, of Mahoning. By the same, on the 10 h inM , Mr Isaac Djiiesbacii, to Miss SoriinoNA Flick, of Madron. Bv i he same, on tho same day. Mr. Daniel Yocuw, of Roarinnererk !i Mi1 Hlcev Shoemaker. l Ilnntlork C H E Tl; 1 CHE A P .' fJH E A P I 1IENUY ZUPPIiVGEH. CLOCK 4' WATCH MAKER, anp ESPP.UTFUJjT.Y informs the public that mvh Ua has located himself in tho building lato ly ociuoiod as a printing office, on the cast side ol . , . 1 it t.. Ill 1 I ! . Market, uoovo jhuiii-hul-ui, uiuuuibnu.', mu is prepared to Ilepair all kinds of Clocks and Watches. in tho best manner and on tho niott reasonable terms, NEW AND SECOND HAND WATCHES kept constantly on hand for salu, December 12, 184C 34 ly mm o The subscriber having been eng'ed near i.'nrij years in the Mercantile Hufiness, wishes to leliru and settle up his concerns, and civo younger handa an opermnity nl making money, oilers Ins I KUI l'-K I i IN ULOOM TOWNSHIP, con-i-nnB ol STORE. MILL, FARMS, FU.'NACE, nnd other property this piupony is httuatid on big Fioliingcieek three miles from iIim canal nnd same distance from HlnnniHburg, ihe new Seal of Justice &, is a good location for any public buMiiehs. Mi has four pair -if Stones, with the necessary Holis anil other matters. Furnace calculated to make 95 Pons Pit! Iron per week is suited lo use either Char Coal or Stono Coalhas been in successful operation for tho pant two years. Iron ore plenty in tho neighbor hood and wood lai.ds within a low miles ol tho Fiirnar.Bi Or would'sell one half the Interest in the properly to a person coinpettnl and willing to take an active hand in tlio management. Address lo Lighislreel Post OOire Columbia county Pa. M. McDOWELL. December 3, 1810, Tho Danville Democrat. Miner Journal Poolsville. Democrat nl Arum., Easion, and Jefferson Democrat, Reading, will give the above five insertions and forward iheir billr for payment to M, McDowell, Light-Street or to this olltci. Houses and 2 FOR hALE. Lotj HlHriF. snhscriber offers for sale his pro erty situated on Main.ktrecl, Uloomshuig, (Hopkins' addition) a few doors ahovo Daniel Hnvderfc'. 'J'ho two lots adjoin. Upon ono tunc isatwoatory .TI-,T. anrfa Pramo Mid.lo, aiid upon the IT I? If -Ii. ..II. Il f ii SBv, oilier a buiuii i ..m.i,- lifti-islt TI.HV will bo sold toKuthor or eep . II L.inn llf.llCM. urateio mil f urchaseis, and on rca.onaWe terms lion UPpilCailoll III .,,.r.F-..,.r, 1 BARNARD SEYDElir. Illoomtburg, Neemb 263-tf LCM AND WATCH MAKER, RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Columbia County, and the Public generally, that ho has localetl lliimcl ill MIooulsRnil'S, horo he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line in the neatest and best style, having had sufficient -xporience in tlie business, and having procured a pond assortment of the DEST ENGLISH AND FRENCH MATERIALS, ho flatlets himself thai ho only needs a FAIR TRIAL in order lo secure tho cusiom. II li TMS ON mnD jl OENKRJIL ASSORTMENT OF bjuTAuua u-iitt tri.ii.ssBS to suit all Byes. ALSO-blLVlilt PENCILS THIMUI.LB, KEYLS, GUAKDS, VUST, Pon, AND GUARD CH ISH SM WJELRY, &c. &. All of which will bo sold at the most reasonable prices, and warranted lo be what they aro sold for' , LiriaMkif r u ua i v t w ntj Of evehv Di:scnirTioN, NEjLTi.Y repaired and warranted, And especially persons will do well to call who have FINE WATCHES, SUCH AS LE PINKS, DUPLEX ESCAPEMENTS, ANCHOR, AND OTHER A 'iiiey will (Shop on Main-slrcel, N. B. The Golden Kule in our wblie To be sold at Yenduo by lite subscriber on Saturday the 2nd day of January next, on the premises situate in Hloom lownsnip "? .1 1. ri l . . . r .. . is.hu........ .,un y.auou. one rnue tri m mo ItllUII ll I 11 IWI n phi, .it rn ilia mnl 1a..,I. " "'""' n in t;. !' luau itaw- tng from llloomsburg to Orange.ville, and iminedtalely in the Iron region of Columbia Countj , a certain lot of ground contain 2 acres strict measure, whereon is erected a log house and log stable, a well of waler al the door and a variety. of fruit trees, Sale to e.ommeneo al 10 o'clock A. M. and tcims made known IDDINGS BARKLEY Acting Executor nlOenrge Linn dec. Bloonisburg, December, 5 1840. VICTORY! VICTORY IlURAIl IlUIUlII! IIURAIII 7"HA'I' ' a lint and a rumpus' then. Inn hern ' hi nco tho arrival Itlm rc!elraSedIi".illri- chant, hringing the largest and cheapent caruo, hw season of T-wTr swv n -v t . ?EW which were deposited at onMaiu-street. 'iVy are no Helling at such''. . . . ,. ii up Errs new STOin:, i.ipul rato in con-ieiiuonco ot llirir low prices, ueu ami oiiaro wunourjusr eansfi or provo that fears are entertained that one lull the people caibn,all persons are hereby foibid harbor- ill not get their winter's supply out of this cheap jr,r orrtisin her on my acconrif as I shall Vt i ' . T 8 " 1 K should call immediately and nipp y themselves .t A II al I I t I ..1 I . coat cloth, VctingJ or of any description of cloth fur iVeii'a wear I'rinls of any deseription and price, Pahnettoos, Cashmeres, Moui-delaines. Eng lish aud Piench .Merinoes, Alpaecas, and matins Tokcry, Casluneiea or Ulanliet Whawls. Poiket ili ui.mi.. nun, uonincimi vusiiniiKot wur Uan.lketcliiers, Jaclionet and niviss l.dging mil ,1Ser.i, Clove,; Stockings, in fact any thing eUe that may be wauled, You cannot ak ami, ujiUU&Jttn 0 it.l li ijh-.'i ix .'iisiu CWOCKEllY WAKE. And you may also have your pick nut of an exten- innn iwn n r r . i ti t , r .-i n rl n T n sivc asi,orlmont of f.Mfl.l llUI!i:PA. SHOES aud HATSund CAPS. , Call soon or you will will bo to lato to buy tho cheapost nnd bel goods in town. ijv. 28 IIAVKJUhT 1IECEIVUD AN ADDITIONAL suriav of Cloths from AG J contain 85 Sallinelts from 37J lo 871 '' Castimcres from 87 cents lo S 2, so assimeres Satins & Silks Celet Vestings fiom 7fi cents In S5 Vashimeres delaius itAllagan saltinsfrom 25 toG5 C splendid asortment of prints from 4 lo 18 cunts llH'ds iSc'lyuseys of several kinds Bleached ( unbleached muslins from C to 1 1 cts fientleinans it ladies cravats gloves Arc. J, c In fchort a full absorbent of dry goods ALSO, A sploudio assortment oi WuCC..syu.uu- i.iua,u BOOTS AND SHOES. Mens course hrogan shoes Slconta Mons calf sh-e good $1,85 Mons coarse boots SI li2i Mens fmo h.iots fiom 2,03 to $2,874 Groceries nfthehwit quality jlolasses from 30 to 00 cents per gallon Sugar Cotree and so forth. 'ltioy rcspectfuly invito the attention of tho pub lic to bu examination of the goods. KsfryUjwn. November 28. r) - kk-v" m.d art tarn im ma w in h fji jbv LEVELS, REPEATEUSa BE CAUEl-ULUY HEPAIIlEl) AND WAUIl ANTED Mow Market, nearly opposite Ge. rw business is Cash, and in order to j5fy fiSSMSJB toie Cal TONS of first quality ofStone Coal for i'alc by L. D. RUPJSUT. r 1, Ucc-5- CARPE'liNG. Tho snlcnbers have on hand somesplendid In- .1. , .... grair; anu venelia Uarpctmg which they win tell very low, SLOAN & TOMPSON iiSpeytowd iov. 28, A FAUIV2 FOR SALIy THE suhacriher otTera foi aalo his Farm nitu ntcd in Pishingcreclt towiibhip, Coluniuia county, contaiuini; -92 A ere I S, nhout HO of which is improved and under a pood 8'ulc of cultivation, tpori tho nreinises thc-e ii u T.og House, a Praine &2?? Darn, and a large Apple Kifipffi Orchard, and never fail- ing springs. aWfe Tho ahovo properly will lie sold on tho mint rensonal tprins upon annlicalion tj Ihe subsciibor living on the premises ISAAC ROBINS. November 28, 18 10 32tf ! N O T ICE. Whereas my wife ELIZA has Ml mv 1....1 ii i .... . . n tm' no deM or her coutrac ns alter his ... JOSHUA WEBB. Cenre ownthip Nov. 28, 184032. N2GHT SCHOOL ,rr.r. , . , ,- ., , ' H v " 'J ,V '"" " Il i.Ilttn I l 1 .l r i.i i r i. Crammar. Alcohra. iS.irvevi.nr. Mensi.rniinn. A. uiKti.o in 'luiuiiuii; u miiivvicui;h in ftr-gusu .... . . ... ... . . .. ri.u.neuc, tc: arfi inmrmed mat tlio subscriber will commence a NIOHT SCHOOL, on Monday evening, November '.13d, at the Academy, o will teach POUK evenin gs in tho week. rnne'iipi) A. rORSIER. November 21 . . J. O. BARTON' & CO- LSPEl'l FULLY invito tho attonttoii of too public to tlio HEW CAS2I STORE, ... , , 1 ,1 , . , which they lisvo now opened in tho lower part ot Jloomsburi, Tho stock has been carefully select- ed, and it is believed that tha rate at which tlio Roods aro sold will givo general alisfactinn. As they intend SELLING entirely FOR CASH, it will hn unnecessary to charRe a high protit to so- curolhcmseUci from lo which always attends the credit system. Their slock consists of a geutra! assortment of HARDWARE, f?UEENSWARE. iivy CJotuIs, Groceries, &c. Thev havo Mo,M,M frnOT a, tu 44 cents per gallon, CotTee from S to 10 cents per pound. Loaf Sugar fronil 2 1-2 to 14 cents per pound 1'rtnnpr IKrpnf. lull Tin.ind. -IT,"' J. I ' ' Calicoesfrom 3 10 15 c"tB Per yar" Muulln from 4,f f) do Sattlnetls frbm'05 to 75 dn Carpets from 14 to GO do with a splendid assortment of Mouslin da laincs, lparc8srGala Cloth, 6ic ie. at the same propor tionate JoWjpriceB., , November! 1430 ' lb nvn m & TO PEUPORM WELL. Weaver's Star,. ) our prices H,i9 will be rem.irod. A HOUSE AND 3 TO ,VN LOTS FOIt SALE. 1 ue suoscrioer oners lor sale his town property, si.uale on Main eireet Blooms burg. (Hopkins additioo). There are litre town lots, of 50 feet front each adjoining upon one is a FRAME HOUSE and ei "le' fc""a 8000 well o: water, near I 'I'I.a ...I...... I. 1,1 Die, Mid a gootl well of water, near ihe "ul" ' waum wiu oe sold togellier or separately to suit purchaiore; upon reasona bio terms. JOSEPH BROWN, Bloornmsburg, December 5, 1810. STIiJIY HOUSE. PiAMI' into the enclosure of the V """"criber ill Huitirlosf town ship, about the 27th nfOctof.ei last h jet HL.1CK ItORSR. iv ! til tvun While mint t. nnpnn ttw. ulirt..M.k. u.i u.o ocnv.aiiU l.nut 14 yraia old. The oner m re.Ueited to p.ove prope.tv. pay chanjea and alee him aivay or ho will he dispoied ofoc- I IU nuuuiuui niiu cuiuing lo law. , JOHN HESa. Aovernber 14. 184C--30 ' No Humbug, " WE ARE NOT PUFFERS.' KITHRII or. - ...... - " " t , i" mis snoni v er neiween tlie Unfed Staid and Mexico;' nor Nelthnr1." 'i Pcr ,cent- '"l priced neiinPr are we pniniy tn strinr. i-,i,..- iici.HT are we going to string tmrether in our ad vertisements evcrv thins wn Iiuvb mcuieio an anclior, but mark what wc aay e arc going to Keep as nice a variety of Goods, of both quality and price, as Ihos, who make more nniso in tlio papers thnn wo do. Wo have pur chased our goods as ehean.as it in postihle to buy them.rind we will sell them as chcup, if our friends Wilt rr.l'p ua n .nl n, will give us a ca'l at our ....nil,, n.i.,l i ri t . nTrmij tictiru uv T. II IJJ(Urj, UirrrtlV Opno- site tho new Court Trnnn o.,i in.i .1..... 1. .r . .. -''"-"-a. "vvi ouuui u. iieoiuer'a notel, we will show them an ENTIRE NPW TflPT." nr? nnnnc IMM S I OLK OF GOODS felected p..i r ., - . - ,,,r uieir accommouauon. n mong tho articlesof .. DRY GOODS wol"'Prenrh and American nr.OTIIS, Ca.. sunnres.satliiietts, vestinis. Ae c. or "e J. "dies w have Cnshnie'es. Monlin oe iains.i,alimcrn Rob. Coknrf. Pris of v. erv stvleand prico from 4 lo K rent per vnrd onaul,. (.loves. A-n. At, in f,,rt everv varietv of U'nmiv l:ent in country ktores.besides souio things HttU diTcrent A'1 'als and Caps of overy description. As for our nnPPIl riC v ' V riilt 1 t'j'y, f,u and ntamini ihe'ti for voiiMPlvcs.and ou will fln them excellent and varv cheip. Th hjve nUa m of QUEENS AND 11 ARD W ARE. And the best of MAOICBREL all(i TriicTn Snlmnn of a superior quality- All of which will be di posed of i.i exchange for Cash or Loon try Pro uuco. SLOAN & MENDCNHALL. Dlooina urg. Nov; 7, 1840 CARPETING. new eupply of elegant carpetitig j't receiiJ cd at lb now store. L. B. RUPERT. , , ' Aug.' J (tTTHE OLD STAND J3J Rijght Side Up! Wrn JlcKELVY Sc CO. Nr'ORM ths public thst th'y ale still diiin builneii at the OLD STAND, in tha 'Right It ay,' am) having lut received jind now cpeniolr one of th Itrgttt an J mcut eztciuiv 'awr'tmiai or M. ALIi AND WINTER NEW GOODS aver brought Into this neighborhood, are dctermln ru to conlume duing butintia In the same od 'Hight Wy; that they rny keep up With the tiuiea, aud sell, atfutual.aa lowaa they.can.be pur ihjdod vlk-uwhcre in tho county. Among their ' pity qoo.ps may be found Mouslin de lainct. Coburg Clotht, neu style of Cloaking. Egyptian Velvets, Caiicoeef remit to 2 Cfrifs per ya'Cafimcres fro.rn 37 1-2 to JOQ Cerif per vard. CLOTHS from 79 Cents to SO pir yd, as will as all other kinds of cloths foi .adie' and Gentlemen's wear from a Cap for Uie head to a locking for the foot, at the same reduced low pri ed. They have at.o an untually large awortmont'of GROCERIES, HARDWAKE,?UEENa WARE, CEDARWARE.' and a general assortment of all kinds of BOOTS AND SHOES, for Ladies tnd Ccntlciuen. Alio, n large lot KoJJcd uurt Hiunincio4 Ttui: anJ other Krou, uilahle fir alru09t any ueo in tho country. All uf whi-l,thev will exchanae for Ua.h, Coun try Produce or Lumber upon such terms as that all wb.u tradu with theui will be satuliud. Hasuro ud CALL AT THE OLD STAND Muvcuibcr 11 FANCY AND WINDSOR Chair Manufactory. G3 NEW FIiMj Look well to your interests Before you purchate and if you want good bargains, just call at tho hon ot BOON A, BARTON on Main street nearly opposite C. Kuhleri office, where you can find them ready at all limes to furnish Fancy and Windsor chairs, settees, Boston Rocking chairs, or iny kind which may be called for, as ihey will alwavs have on hand a good assort" nent of all kinds which they will sell ul the lowesl price possible for cash or ex ehange for lomber or country produce. From their Jonf experience in bosiness anu a determination to do work which cannoH be surpassed in the county, they ask for a share of public patronage, yiiey will also execute House. Sign, and ornamental Puint ing and House Papering in the neatest and moet approved style and upon reasonable terms. Bloorasburg Ool. 14. 1840. 20ly WOOD-WAKTaD. IX CordaolgoodO.AK AVOOD- for which a hbuial prion will bu given. Apply at 1 . M . IICDUELL'S, ('attawuaa, near Ihe bridge. AIIIXIiVERY. MISS M. E ROBISOX, OULD respectfully inform the citizens of Ulnomiburg and vicini.y, and the Ladies especially, that she has just received, and is con stanlly receiving An in i'tiiladelphia, a new ana splendid assortment 01 FALL & WINTER MILLINERY, AND FJ1NC Y AR TICL ES, miong which may bo found, velvets and satins of all colors, feathers, flowers, ribbons, berago for voils. kid and cotton glovcB, linen and cotlnr. hand kerchiefs, polka aud plain combs, shell am' other side combs, breast pina, shawl pins and all other Kiiius 01 pins, beau unu other needles, gold aud b'I ver pencils, silver and other thiu.bles; steel heads, rings and timcls, shaded and plain twist for purses and bags, clasps for hags, purseu and bacs ready made, velvet nrck ribbona of different kinds, collar etts, cap stuff, edging and bordering, head dicsses, bracelets, nooks aud eyes, thread, tapo, &c, in fact almost every thing usually to ho found in a fancy storo, all of which she ivill dispose uf as low as thev ran haobtainedclscwhe.ro Also -Fashionable HONNETS auJ CAl'S uade and knpt on hand for sale rsovembcr 7 CAUTION. THE public ate hereby cautioned not to uur. chase a .NO'I U of hand given by uie payable to l'M.ir MilUr .lata.l Vnv-nml-ar I 111. 1C C.. . . ' . ...i., igiu, JUT lull iuiu of 0110 bundled dollars, payable tivn years 11 f. ter data with interest after two years. Having ,fl. ceived no rains for said note I shall not pay il uu- less toiupeiitu uy law. WILLIAM RAVER. OungOr November 13, 164G 31 BLUE STONE CHINA WARE. N Sotts or separate piecos just realwd and or sale at tno meson ALBRIGHT fc MENCJEL. Oct 10 The Suhscribora bfimg dete rniined not 10 be outdone by their neighbors, either in price or woikmanBhip, have put down the pric of or&e Shoeing ftoni date, to ONE DOLLA R, believing they can eave therri solvtm-bj 80 rioinp. , BAN TEE t 6ILVERTHON.. July 1, 1840.