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21 1 .F.;;Debtats; ,of
Inoself;' %O w a, ,
*t4on• Sunday .
cr bean know,.
Whole historflq whnl° fishing, and that
wa s th e : Afstruetion of the ship Essex,
' , so p& y twenty venty or twentve years 'ago,
'a r id,.vhicih many Of our readers fully re r
.o .4inter. We proe,red the narrative,
.as furnished us by captain Deblois, and
41fieh'is fully: Authenticated by' nine' of
the crew, qn a`prefeit under the seal. .of
the' U. S. Consul, Alex. Ruden, Jr.,', at
Paha. • • ,
\:‘ e llhe ship Ann Alexandee,'Capt. S.
bids; sailed ' from New' Bedfo'rd,- Ma ss.,
June Ist. 1850, for n cruise in the' South
Pacisc for,,sperm whale.' ' Fla‘?liag . taken
. .sarrels . of oil: in'_ the Atlantic , ,
the ship proceeded On her voy a ge to the
Pacific. Nothing of unusal interest ,oc
rred, until when 'passing Cape Horn, one
of the men earned Jackson Walker, of
Newport, New Hampshire; was lost, over
in a storm. Reachitig the Pada,
she came up the coast and stopped,at Val:
divia, coast of Cbili, for fresh pro visions,
and on the 31st of May last, she called
for the' purpose of shipping a man. The
vessel proceeded on her voyage to. the
Smith Paeific. '
On thiC2otli of August lost she reached
What is well , known to all whalers as the
''Off shorn Ground," in hit. 5 deg 50 min.
eionth, long. 102 deg. weit. In the mor
ning ofthat day, at about 9 o'clock, whales
wets discoVered in the neighborhood, and
about nomithe Same:day, they sueceedeed
in making 'fast to ono. _ Two ,boats, had
gone after the whales—the 'larboard' and
etarbOard;'the former conunauded by the
first mate, rind, the latter bytaptain De
blois. ' The whale wliidh they had struck
was 'harpooned by the larboard boat, Al.
ter running soMe time, tho' Turned
upon the boat, and rushing iit it with tre
mendous violenee, lifted open' its, enor
mous jaws, and taking' the 'boat in, actual
ly crushed it into fragments as small as a
common Sized chair Captain• Deblois
immediaiely struck for the scene of the
disaster, with the starboard boat, and suc
ceeded, against alt expectation, in reset'.
lei the whole of 'the crew of the boat—
nine in number 1 , .•
:.There were now eighteen men na l .the
Starboard boat, Consisting . of the Captain,
the first mate, and 'the crow of bath heals.
The frightful disaster had been witnessed
from the' ship; and the waste.boat• had.,
been called into , readinesi and • sent to
their relief'. •• The 'diatance trona the ship
was about six miles. 'As soon as the waste
boat arrived the'erewP were divided, and it
was determined . tepuratie the same whale
and make another attack upon him. Ac.
Cordingly they separated, aril proceeded ,
at some distance from each, other, es is ]
usual on such occasions, after the whale.
In a short dine they came up to him; and
prepared to give him battle. ,The waste
boat, commanded by 'the first mate, was in
advance.,Ati soon as the whale porcoiv.
ed the denionstmtien being made upon
him, ho turned his course suddenly, and
making a ' trernendaus dash at his boat,
seized it with his wide.spread jaws, and
crtished,it into atoms, allTring the men
barely time to eseepo hie vengeance ,by
throwing themselves Into the ocean.
Captain,Debtois, again seeing thp per.
ilous condition of his men, at the risk of
triet.thig the same fate, directed his boat
to hasteu to their, rescue, and in, a short
time succeeded in Paving them nil, from a
"Acath' a ' little less-horrible than that from,
which "theyhad twice so narrowly esea.
pelf. ' fie:then ordered the boat ,to' put for
the ship as speedily as_ possible ; and ,no
sooner had the order been given than they
discovered the monster of the deep making
toward theni . with, hia jaws widely exten.
.Fortunately the monster came, up'
and named, them at a short distance. —. 7
The botiv,then made her way to the, chip
and they ill got on board in safety., , 1
' A ft er, retching the ship a boat was dis
patched - for \the
.oars of the , demolished,
beats, and it .leas determined to,puruo the,
whale with thnihip. As '.soon as the . boat '
returned 'with :tie oars, sail was set, and
the ship preceedet,after the . whale. jn e
- shore time she tiveitook hint and a lance
.was thrown, into hie )90d. The ship.plass
dem] by him, and itNediately alter they
dieeiirered . that the .w\tile was . making
f or ib a ship,
,M,he name , linear her, they
hauled to the . wind,And s tired the mon
ster, to pais by her. Mke had - fairly
passed, - , they, hept-ntrto ova 'lle an d et .
tack hini ariiia: When' , A m p h e d
re4clieit' within ; about . fi ft y , 0 i hi m;
they ditteoirpred That, the ,whale a d . mar
_down deep below.the feria of , th e
4'athery and tks . 4 Waß,Clelfsr P. 144. they
efipeipded,tctgiv'e up the pursuit ~m' -' , t
A 4004 00104' was" at thi s . time ti d.
\'‘titit.lhek,i3ightlaeads on the larboard ; 4
ii l / 4 1
'itift-in hand r . ready tO stria : i
..taylt , y;,blOth shoult..be appea
,igi l ki io j ,t :fir ) , kr!Qtt :' when
11 44,0 theehiPt he 4ifef(W*
1 4 en', 4/044, the
" .4 thstretnltiedOco l
.'S~y's,,~ tip::, 1,;
as she had a largo trantity of
bbaid. In doing this the mate
Id in relieving 'only one anchor
to clear; the other havilg been fits.
.ound the foremast. The ship was
sing rapidly. The Criptan ;work
bin, where ho found three feet i of
to: hOVievM 4 , suce d eded in 0.002 1
t'ontinteter, sextant, and chart.
Oho (lecke he ordered the boats
mred away, and to get water and ,
is, as the ship was keeling over. I
descended to the cabin, but the
in so rapidly that he
could procure 'nothing. He came upon
deck, ordered all hands into the boats,
land was the Inst himself to leave the shipi .
which he' did by - throwing himself into the
sea and swimming to" the nearest boat !
The ship was on her beam end, her top,
gallant:yardEi., tinder water. They' then
pushed Off Some distance froth' the ship,
expecting hot. to sink in n very short time:
Upon an exaMination• or tho-steoros they'
had been ablo . to save, ho discoVered that'
they hnd only twelve quarts of water, and
not n mouthful of provisions of any kind!'
The'boati contained 11 men each'; were
leaky, and night coming 'on, 'they were
obliged to bail theta nll night to keep them,
kr:Om - sinking I '
• Next day at daylight, they returned, to
the ship, no one daring to venture-4A board
but the captain. their intention being' to
cu: aWrtiii the masts, and fearful that the
niornont that the masts w ere cut aivair that
the ship 'mini& go down. , Withra single
hatchet the captain- went on board, cut
away the mast,, when the 'ship' righted.—
The bets they came' up, and the men; by
the sole aid of spades, cutaway the chain
cable from around the foremast, which got
the 'ship: nearly on her keel. Tho men
then tied' ropes" to' their bodies, gut into
the-sea, and cut a bole through the decks
to get out proiisions. They could pro
curenothing but about five gallons of-vin
eget-and twenty pounds of wet bread.—
The ship' threatened to sink, and they
deemed it imprudent to remain by her lon
ger, so they'set'sailin their boats and left
her.' • ' '•• • '
On the 22dofAugusf, at about 5 o'clock
P.'M.; they , had the indescribable joy of
dis Cording a ship in the distance. The
made a 'signal and was soon answered,
and in a shot t time they were reached by
the good ship Nantucket, of Nantucket,
Mass., Capt. Gibbs; who took them all on
board, clothed and fed them, and extended
to them in every way the greatest possible
On the succeeding day, Capt. Gibbs
went -to the wreck of the ill-fated Ann‘Al
outrider, for the purpose of trying to pro
cure something from her; but as the sea
wus rough, and 'the attempt considered
dangerous,- h 3 abandoned the project.—
The Nantucket then set' sail for Paita,
where she arrived on the 15th of Septem
ber, and where she landed Captain •De
blois add his men. Capt. • Deblois was
kindly and hospitably received and enter
tained at Paita by Captain Bathrast; an
English gentleinan residing there, and
subsequently , took passage on board the
schooner Providence, Captain Starbuck,
for this port, arriviiig here on Sunday last,
the 12th inst.
. At Paita, Capt. Deblois entered his pro
test at the:,U. S. Consulate, which was
,by the following officers and
seamen, on board at the time of the disas
ter; the two officers and the rest of the
crow having shipped on board other ves
sels,: Joseph R. Green. first mate: Jas.
Smith, third do.: John Morgan ; Carpen
ter ; James Riley, cooper; James M'Rob
erts,John Smith; William Smith, Henry
Reid, and Charles F. Booth, seamen.
The Canonsburg Murder. .
The Pittsburg Gazette gives the follow.
ing ns the.true version of the late murder
at Cannorisburg, Pa : .
• On the evening of the 28th ult., a wild
and reckless young man named Annan,
a. student of the College, whoa had been but
a few weeks in that institution, had a diffi
culty with Wilson, the deceased, a young
man, of the town. Tho student was in
toxicated, and was violent and abusive.—
A considerable fracas ensued, but all pass
ed off for that time as such affairs' goner
ally,do,.. On thensxt night, the deceased,
in company .with several of. his friends,
posted himself in front of the house where
Annan boarded, and as he and two other
students passed by them,the deceased said,
, 4 that's him," or ""is that him."
• • The three' students passed' on .a few
steps;• when Annan turned, and• contrary
to the advice of the others, advanced to
wards the prirty, and gavo Wilson to un
derstiind, that he was the 'Gerson , in ques
tiOnt and that !wives ready :to meet him.
They soon ,came ',into, conflict. Wilson,
the elder and target ofithe two, threw. An,
non, and was on the top of , him, striking
him on the face, when Annan stabbed, him
with; a, xlirk. twice in..., the arm, and, as is
generally believed, inflicted the fatal blow
in his abdomen:. ~ With'regard to this Tata!
blowithere is a diference of , opinion,aad
the-104mq in the case'ia , conflicting, , ,—
Another i *Want, . named, Robinson' came
down, thastief4and.joined the parties just
as they were aboiit to.engage, and,two of
the,witnesses--loung men of the' town—
%tined :that bezpicked : up the dirk and, in- .
'Wed, the.fatatWoura. ! t The, *tam:my,
\ ell the °lke., Iritheasea go against Ahem,
inudeparticuktr, -1.• ; ,1 •0 , i - ,„ • b , . , ; !
e wholkittllny was , the . work of a I few
„ • Wilson died the next evening.
MI ,one the id,ght , of the affray;
n, who made no effort tb.es+
reat4and sent to .prittan:--
*nit* var: the' lostinit,7
with a view to his haw
ut the court rallied to
7,4*itt prfoondi The
4 i,iiit t , 114,,, ,heitt , weekki• a ftes
tttestipted I IN. , '''‘ ‘. 4 • ,A t
' 43 - . 414 iii, •., ;144*
witnesses; and from this circumstance it
has been charged in some quarters, that
they were the authors of the Into fires in
that town, with a view to the ereseue or
ltdbinson from prison. Such charges,
41)Pn.61-ch ;vague , and iMprqbablogroundi,
On *taply , 43juot, ; '
c i d
, ! '' ~• ' '
PR BASTIN AtiON'.'
Procristination is the thief of
time. • What a world of , time is
wasted in courtship—engagement
A young gentle Man visits 'a
young lady to determine whether
the would wish to marry her. At
the end of the year he has-decided
to be more undecided. At length
ho pops the question. ' His fair one,
whio . , had decided a year ago 'to
accept him when he offered, takes
weeks to deliberate, and at length,
refers him to papa—who, thoughl
he has long known hisllabits, and
every shillinig of his property, bags
time to inform hiinself and advise
with his friends. Then a distant
day is named—so that two fami
lies 'are excited and , anxious for
more , than twelve months about
a matter that, between those who '
have long known: each other,l
should be - dispatched in a week.?
Be sure you're right, then go
ahead, is a maxim that will ever
hold good. . Whatever ought to be
done cannot be done too quickly.
My, fair young ' Lady, if a young
gentleman addresses you, and you
love him and intend to marry him,
tell him so frankly and plainly the
moment he asks you. If he then
asks . you when the wedding shall
be, tell him "as early as he likes,"
and my word for it, if he is a man
of sense; he will appreciate your
frankness and the confidence you
repose in him. Young Gentle
man, if you are engaged, with
means enoug,h.to support a wife,
break off the engagement with the
young lady who procrastinates
and will not marry you at once.
Ten to one that she is only look
inat' out for a better chance and if,
in her fanny, she finds it, she will
cast you off with as little cere
mony as her,worn—out .slipper.
Never put off till to—morrow what
can be as well done to—day.
THE WONDERS OF CALIFORNIA.—
Prf. Shepard, in giving an account
of his recent explorations of Cali
fornia, portrays the country in
the folloWing enthusiastic, almost
4 I have now explored California
for nearly two years. I can truly
say it is a land of wonders. rhere
are fresh flowers every, month in
the year, the winter now wears the
bloom of spring. I have , faund
water falls three or four times as
high as Niagara.; natural bridges
1 iof white marble, far surpassing
that of Rackbridge, ;Va. ; some
thousands of gold bearing 'veins,
inexhaustible quantities of iron
and, , chrome ores,lead,' Ihsmuth
and quicksilver, beutiful porcelain
clay and, in short; eveything that
can bless an industrious, enterpri
ing people. In one valley I found
more than forty springs of over
100 deg's, fahrenheit. In another
valley sixteen geysers, like the!
faihous one in . Iceland. ln this
famous abode of vulcan the rocks
are sa bot, that you ' can stand
upon them put a short time even
with thick boots on. The ailed
ous rocks are bleached to snowy
whiteness; and breciated and con
glomerate rocks aie'llo 4 * actually,
.The roar of geysers at
times may be heard a mile . or
more,. the moment is oneefintenge
interest as you apptoachilieiri- 1
Mt:rt.C.—Reader, did' yettever move?
If so you" Can fully eppTeciate,the follow.
ng poetic confusion , :,. • ,
"dome, - Sally ‘ coop . hold.,here and
give Ul3 a lift, let ve pull up the .carpet and
set it adrift; unccrd the bedstead;; and
peck up - the, quilts, be carotin the crock.
ery doesn't got split ; •let., the baby - yell
tourder ? the, boys go to grass, but•bewqe,
how yeti bandle.that, basket
. of glass.—: i
Take the stove pipe apart, fl(it the stoves i
on the cart,* the hureau retneintilLnext
load, and see that, tbo victuals tion't spill,
in the kettles, er babisS 'fall offin the zoad.
Never PO aliout, day wife oaly -, fur.
Eq4i uisniethiqg-ic) t o , prlgukilow 'Os
i 4, fi f o pt : Mity,, ,syi ~tad we Avant f tci
OttPew s irl*Reat I'm % 4orry we am.
lied a1t , 01e:9404 , i 0 rell,s'il9 place ti -1
skiWp,..gn4 - mit' , uti,y9a.pmentromil'
49,w.a l cOoistAlm,. i ~ rior, , lustwkorikl
yn'thirlis,l ll 9o4744o A ,w, 164 glitirokiko
IfPf44 II PIATem.-. :.,, , , ),1191(111 1 11):40*,
4.4,44f1.04Y1 . 10..., . qtii • i o.it4bei*lstiti
put**, nti.W.A 1 4-441 1 144hirt
qo494,lkaut ftaAll's..atiaifits sitogottith
the viniegar jug is now springing a leak;,
oh, I wish they were all in the middle or
next week. Thus will the day in noise
pass away, and 'none will be happy on
the first day of May.,
Decision In thO Mettle'lid Oh rck . (lose.
The New. or weeo
k CoMm )
following abstract of the deciiion
this important case:
U.. S. Circuit Court—Before Judge Nei
son and Betts, H. B. Bascom and others
vs. George Lane and others. The opin
ion of the. Court in this crase4ee,delivered
this morning by 'Judge 'Nelson;. and we
may now expect that the controversy be
tween the Methodist Episcopal Church
',and the Methodist Episcopal Church,
South,.in relation to the division of prop.
ertv will be definitely settled. The case. ,
was argued several , months ago by
George Weed and Rufus Choatos for the
defendants, and Daniel Lord andßeverdi
Johnson for, flat, complainants. We re.
iported,the facts at ,considerrible length at',
the time;and it is therefere unnecessary
to recapitulate there. The opinion of the
Court is voluminous, and occupied an hour
and a half in its delivery. Judge Nelson
requested that its publication might be de
ferred until to-morrow, as he desired in
the mean time to revise the proof sheets,
but there will be such a general anxiety to
know the result, that we give the sub.
stance of the decision to-day.
The greater part of the document con
sists of the summary of the complaint and
answer... The first point considered is the
power of the general conference to author
ize a separation, and this the Court held to
have been clearly shown., "Independent
of party," they say, "the , power of sever
ance is ,written upon every page of their
proceedings." They then advert to the
plari of separation in 1,844, by which the
only conchae!) upon'which a permanent
separate organization was made to depend
was the voluntary action,of the annual
conference in the slaveholding States.—
The conference determined upon the sep.
oration and ipso facto it became complete.
It was stipulated in the plan of severance
that, ministers might attach themselves
without' blame to either branch of the
church, and the local property within the
limits of each branch was not to be claim
ed by, the other. The general property,
such as notes, tho book concern, dm., was
reserved for disposal upon equitable prin
ciples, after further consideration, it being
considered 'essential before this part of the
division could be accomplished;that two
thirds of all the annual conferences, North
and South, should consent to the ,repeal
of the sixth restrictive article of the' church.
This article not having been so repealed,
the court held t hat if there was no other
consideration in the case, the Methodist
Episcopal Church, South, might not per
haps be entitled to a share of the prop
But, the - rights of. the Church, South,
resta.:\ppon established principles of law
and equity, which make it the duty of a
Court of Chancery to interfere and see
that the fund is properly distributed, es
pecially as it is by no means certain that
the distribution claimed would be even in
contravention of the sixth restrictive arti
cle. What have the travelling preachers
of the South done to deprive themselves
of their : right to the fund ? It was agreed
on all hands that two distinctecclesiastical
organizations, though identically the same
in faith and disciphne, were necessary for
the promotion of their holy mission "to
spread gospel holiness throughtheselands,"
and by the plan of separation, ministers
were permitted to attach themselves to
either without blame. The complainants
are nol only within the description, but
aro among the very persons designed by
the spirit, if not by the letter of, the ar
ticle. • • - •
"tpoh the whole, our conclusion is, that
the complainants are entitled to their share
of the produce of the Book Concern ; and
a decree will be ordered accordingly.--
Whether a fund shalt he administered by
an application , of the produce, pro rata, or
by an apportionment of the •eapitil, are
questions reserved until the settlement of
The decision concludes by, expressing
the hOPe that an, arrangement may yet be
affected inn' spirit of harmony and Chris•
tian feelhlg, without the legal enforcement
of the decree.. '
The New York correspOndent.of .the
Washington Union, in his letterofthe 12th
inst., giies the following
The circuit court of the _United States
has just decided the famous Methodist case
• - _, __
Involving the righ t to the Book Concern,
so-called,, which . is. valued at ..8750,p0t).
TO the , great grati fi cation, of every, ; one
here,, (the northern . Methodists excepted,)
the award is in fayor,of the rights of the'
tiouth?ru , branch of this extensive religious
assecintlen to their full share of "the joint
property . . Aside from the pecuniary in.,
involved in it, this case. is cue, or
vtts,t, and vaTied importance .; lncthe Orst
pjace, it exhibits • religious abolitionism in
its true light, and' holds it up , to the world
as a thief and a robber condemned to make
restitution by the 'highest legal nud:wit
lorthe , laud: A body of Christians, las.
rioted for religious purposes, keeems, i
cidP,Ptill.iY the INlssel,ora efft Igrge amo ' t
of property, the fruit of theiecmntnon rk.
chistty, And contribution. ,' They, difill no
point ,pl . ,cliurCh discipline ) and, agrep to
sePtirOPP 2 to 140 i etltikt? l, ,P l ' ~ neildrioal
divisions, In g 9 dOingv corninQU eqPity
would dictate 4 1 .r0 ?.4.3 , Oiioionio • rsjhe
join! property.., M en ill private 4449ultit
las a qgiyer of cows!, mike. such • div r i l
, 1 60:4,,?# 0 ,,C9419V19 1 . 28 i , P 11 6 . 1 PL1
ItgA4PNii!int 19Pnetortiof eve . ,eallnp,,,
1 tiSihritOttt AP4 3 iiiiole theirF4 petelitP
i4llO-Mrt ,viral P? t*,440400 , :p ,rtipm
Arn39.4p*s4,,clElsmir I**?,,iityc oroPmf.
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• -4 .9,41.,-,Mliri wii ut any- Polt‘9,l/f
, , .1.”
rig t except that of 4.: -I;sien.lttitt olairn
- tairui held on to t he whole of the assets
belonging to both, a il , now. It was left'
for religious abolitiot am to set !he eXam
plc if wholesale frau and'robbery;and it
seers 'is if it was' " itted to do reo and
Providpneei ip, ,cirtfe` that; its unworibit
nese Ali ighl, be - Publ4 exposed; rebid - Cid,
arid: ibld up ns at 4 -iniag to the i whble
world' of mankind.
Ls the misFt
Spavms. ' Sweet one, Windgalls, ' Poll
Evil, Callous, Heels. Galls of all
kinds 4, Fresh ' -, Sprains. Braises,.
Sitfaat, ' :racks, Strains,..Lioneiiiistc
Voirntiereci I ni or '<mese, Mange?,
Rheumatism, _:imals, External Poi:
Inns, Painful Affections, Frost Bites,
]oils,' Coris, Nis; Burns and Scalds,
(illblains, ( Hands, ' Cramp, Con-
Etlttiona of the . lee, Swellings, Weakneira
of o Joints, Ca Breasts, &c. &c. &c.
Th nfirr e ra ese lle e le a d iel eur. e of thl e s e o en il; i l.: the
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, g , axe cn m
It rdly be credit except by those Who ham bean
lei thr bit of keeping I a their stables and houses, what
c m: l :ni g
ell y application,o this Oil. . •
W. Id' CHANT, Loc. rt. N. Y., is 13109111 in the side
of th ttle, and In his writing over the cork. •
sure the name f the tole proprietor, ECOIIGE
pain, uffer t i o ng th a a nd r . a
All ers addressed thd proprietor will be promptly
rs Ct mphlet of dig Agent. and see what wonders are
Sold respectable dealers generally, in ail United
A . 2VTS for .the above Medicine.
t D. WArturri, Vies:Set& Clearfield co nuts. to
KITH. Fesayilie, , do do
J N PAXTON. en•WinSVale do do
Eft Sr. bie6IINN. Bellsiosta. fleets@
- WINS & 131,00 U. ilrookvills„ Jeffs
LEAKLEY. Yr:Wilts. Ye
accom ha d by thenio of this medicine.
Suttee Canada. Also by
LITTELLII LIVING AGE.
Letters Irom Judge Story, Chancelio
:en% and John Quincy, 'Adams. . .
• Cambridge. Arai! Ili MC,
tfi'the prospectus with Vent altaitlrn.,' a n d en
see the plan. 11 it ma only obtain t he public'
teem" ea.fted I ante estmakand recainly enonita
he oath. it wilt combine ly, an (anoint deals
by tone not only to our lite.aters, bat to Pub'
will enable as tot Pllmels. in a moderate, cam
bears ot the best umclucticat of trni age. It
It will redeem our pi/Baikal iltsratate from
befog devoted to Iles and sopetficialreadisi.
I rninigant. loll:Alt end ephemeral sl imes'
, and esttavaaant Ike& es or Ms as char
hew York, 7th illaP.lBl4
I aPProveve einch of the plas of "'le
thevics Jure," end
ir it bo cioadec will% the intellieeme. spirit and taste that
he promeca as Meatus , (ot whktr thieve no maws to doubt.)
it will ho one 4 the most instructive mid rep lay Peri ithati*
el the any, . , - • . JAMUS KENT.
Or ell the P lest i 'malt ( 171 1ev iu nied hi24 ,rl u ilet 4 at ihs ure .. a i n t d 45 54 .
erica wbluh al in Ear poa nail a this country. this has
eopeanxi to m most useful It malaise indeed the auto
titian Wilt 01 oiliest littystanycl the Eni:ith laiiitueee.
but tills; by Its amuse exunit sod tommenelleioe, Malinke
a pottraltiste of human tread i the almost. expansion CI ,
the oreevat use, ,• - - J. Q. ADAMS.
TERMS —Tht . ivia4 A r ' e il p .fltbed *vide Kai order. by
E..urrELL $ co. county Tiernan: a. 4 Broom fi eld
stream. [lotion •, ice IN a num sr. or kt , X DOLLAK.I a
fear in ilynnat. tynittances f nay period vrtil De tbealt•
lulls taceived eat PromPtlY c , lrri , mi to.
to attain its
to else a eel
to ItsmAtory el
Wain, end fu
i I ' PCSTAGBFREE.
To mho:tribal *tibia IWO et. who remit in winner— .
directly to Gut trkgar of uu bli tun at Itottoo—the hum of
SIX I.lol.l.Ait'ara -vat(' eon no the wotk batond the year.
&Ilona ao Altai: an eqtuaale to the cost of P3it.ilet—.•the.
virtually carrylta tat the pittorsantll.a a vety ulna a copy to
him Palliate Yrep t pi:winer Maur. tobspribers oa the .sate
footlaa hi thasenotapr to us and waking t.t.e*hot 2 country
so urabtarrboola • • , . • .
We boy., ru.suci faint ctante In th e law. or ihe latenZti
tatlas thereof. nail sat ens to mate this offir to subur—
ban at any tliatanca
; • 5 , . 4...... .
LONTEITS ( NO M.—AUGUST ,
al. hear: &Albania/1r : 7.+m Chambers ' Patera for the
2, Posthorn Gatos ofErf Id—Frono Chats bare JODT9 ar
2. Gorier l‘n Annus is Vallleinis—nent des Until:nes Ps.
I 4. Eniseklei of I aseet Life. Peet 11—Fri,ser'i May.s'aei
b. (lone , pondenae behooves Al taboos nod Ds Is' Ma ek—
6. A IWO ai rier or Charity-I , min Dickono Ileiethold
2 ..Qookerlim;_brthe,,,,,Plariortior Lifir--From theAlhessal
8. A aiglo.tia tog otsourorn the Mine. .
8. Thoets,sy 'a Tnutl Lactate—Front E.sanaluor. ' •
10. An. tosilit-rhunt Cholnbora'Jon mid .
P0L"1.14.Y Love ;Fragleaal,
SHORT ARTIpLI —Ravlsnan. ins Jesuit ; `lhnoga
be loped out Llfindoo nectar ; Poottso & In CheMlldt•
; CuriAto Must Wise Mao sad litseopost. '
lean York InipOlers' aqd J obbers,' ;
' TAB AN; ilobbßS & CO.,'
, 8 LIDERTY ,STREET,
Dirk 011qADWAY AND NASSAU STREET.
' :, NEAP. THE kater OftP)Ciy.
' . Aew-York. ' '
vuEO ItE9EIVING DY DAILY ARDIVAI,S
v o ft rope, aor r tel sad Winter , attortmett or II ILH
ku rAst.,,y SILK ..AND AtILLENJIDY
I 'Vv e mere tilly eek •It Catb Psehmors tb•mrhyli.x.
MIA. ° • t 1 1 9rada l la i o c tl a l : Cood's7.M=iiii..4 v c:
them to led rom ear eetablishment. Yetmcoter attentmo lt
devoted 901 LID DRY
,t.ioOLd, oedinsur of thaettimm
am m tact red Openly to oar order, and 8114 1 4 bell! 1 '
paned bee ty. stsAtted °tampons. ~1
H d VI, ieautts 1111380140, p F fiftoosp t ,N.„ o ",
SA rt D YAPITTA ipniproi, of tul, 'ee lathe Iltd
,81 KrtiATIDB, VELVET and UN9UF,VRUYAIB•
Y ift,, e l -4415 . 1 eN , 4tia- FWloll,ARTin
rrgule AND QAP ntIMMINGD. . • ,
Hail Eirll9,tii7l4'.`t4grao.o. •ooDEII#
_AILED 1.0 II COPPV.
Fmk" R 4 soorekrauz*lntreal
0A c I) ..
1 •pit,AP . ./..,1 ~ TA N !LIMNOS AN'
IYA,F4II R i k HIIIMELS. THREAD. BILK, AN'
1, 8 AD LALTA. _ _ _
Ail% IND es i ttat u A i rLE TangLio,, 'w
(iilatrii'D .A 1 11 2 1 , _ t r atriaitse BOOK. BISHOP
..._AND 4 /,‘OVBer 14 1: 841 t 413 f; a ..„ ~ '
English ? . rrench; Anterscan, an .u.cuta?t
STRAW GOODS. ' ' 7 ' ' I "
, , Amegusi al. MilAi. '
, ' ' V ALUAB LE= FARM '-' " I
1 ~ , , ...- Ir . , , ,, • ~.,,. ~.. - ,
,os. maze., , ‘. ,r.
rrni; .00w, win 011)9! mosomilgsteeme,opo thit I
A. m 1 "%flagpole imd pinatas Yeapja clearthed •
le':lte # meet 011 eititepooLOptsivifkiers Ike
1 mous* talk Liambure, ittc . fin am m
iltg ' llig il : , la i leAt e il i gM , 4 .ll4lqoll . , 11.
MI °nun; 0 ikba pt ' 1 .. ...j ....' 1 1 t t , ':
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6 . lir t "" i i,b ri 4 i 11 ii ° l, 4iiiT 0 4
tlitiori . •;;,;/' ' • , , . , :'/'f '., .1 . .4., , J,,
i m g go ffaraerßoddeiatutiletgqiik
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~ lA, * , •,.. ~ : •
t American Sep_erlory of I •
2b hrechduics, Inventors ' i
. . Ti! turers e 4 ,
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1 oio t e cleett c i; 7 4 ' • ~.; ce
VII hV I rh F' fi . . - '
. - MESSRS. MUNN' &' l IA 4 ' 1 4 1
- . -....
American and ForeignV p tfr -/- 4 ~ r
and .FWishers of the „ - , ii• ,' ,"
Aiiterica k - , • ' t, i; ' -';'
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se (4`' eadiitg Matter 11. f ,
, 4 a . 'be etnulait r. will tnethot,
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ta i r
4 olltal , totbit'adyett pit omits* of
4. It • bre I he. atotne. t ot. thstritVinher
TO tr . Eon* ima*,,, , -
r mioing the im N . . nail of:this nouni•ir l ir4 ihii. but
of we net fil; o bit Übastositty 'fillowtag—''Oelfles
rater him la.. set— yala sotto Attest Ns tortiiirt.tur
ten. Th. an teas in Which twerfitoW. Idea tee 1w -
mutat, is lid by to, du stifitolent , error for ant
bent very,esioco. a cot In, hi s onstehreser What to yes
to tome. Tie Pyle ad trio lay out plans for others total.
low. It I cutest h Ter. t o say that all the ennthurPOP.•
es fewer, s the Lai Hoot wilt be remised, and man,
new ones, per maths oilman a Lady's boot Ind Family ,
Massetse. witwo no tett Tbe nodal 'and tteValokant
will always Wept vi
.To ibe Masennes I . ii most lora Thy Ina enolowtor
thaFritner•tairee or see ere— It is under, to nublith II Wt.
Ornaffie;—annise it .$ . ' , Mt era ban publOhnl arthtm.•
!tad have otben to II . nom , , .
All - the bas iniericcfn Authors—ltfale •
• -.• .. 'hit' Rmale I . ~ ' '.• •'.
GODEIPB LA D S iIOOK tor January. Ini. Isla coutatti
liiittlditton to the t tnasthal and numerous HarraytaBs
-1 ree of winch on loved—au adollionalommtity of reeditur. ,
b 1 American attic*. 7to so emerflow &Waite, hot.
and thetentof , 61 n4;' hOticturthet are have Ilhat Ibla .
contemporary me:s sill es , ti.h jt, that It is
THE MOST ebyniri ra.EILIOEICAI. INTHE
Tie vu' littler 121410 1 Nos. for 1E32. that the Lando . "
'ATM tin os would d pseud hi, and their price Is TEN DOI,.
LARS a Year. ' ~ , . •_.
It must be eebnewlediallbettbit bady's Hook oaten la tits
tura o f the Amorican Utile' It foristobee them wilb ever,
this, that can interest %Led—and moose other. hl the foe- r ,
. 4 1 .
Godey's Rcleabk t hion
,P(ates ltiontki..y. • '
Walt foil descriptlase-kwideeabit•obitt lipill this. rub lona'
!watt raatrib; tiring NH ,losilatio*:oF every thud new,in.
tits yashionatue Worlth , - 1 • ~ . „.1 . ,". ;
Ourll.l9(Magtagef. ;;., ,
This lo d peruneattNallatlOnirtivis; aid tirm beisti op&
utility °rout mode 10 hp Iver ) vitottebeet acknowlapti.
.Fbr' the 'Ladies '
wa have undoubted iteceml,d.l comp.. Moro Oot.•
tar. Funaltura:Palerne for WIN • Cenainv. Marto, crotch.
at Wink. Kilatint , Micas. Patetwodc. Cr' otohet Plower
Work. Halt Braiding:
_Ribbon • %Yak, Cheadle. Work, 1.*•33
Collar Worr,Children'a and lalliat'v Clothes.•Cagee, (Alpo,
Cherahear-la flae,evoor . thlag thin olio roared a Lady, will
find to approoriate, place to her own Book.
t 1 copy one year TdRISE dodo , . 'J onplen one ritsr.FIVII
dollars I c3py two year, FlVMdollan. 6 cook , an Yost
TZN dollar,. I copy Ina TUN T 1 dollars. Id copses or.*
ear 'CWENTY doions. and extra copy to thaparton tending
the club pt ad d - . ,Jt. WILEY:
- • ' 113 andont Pe met. Philadelphia
. God','. Lady's Book and Arthaen Homo Desalts ocua yen
Ibr YOUR . ' •
TRIAL. LIST for Doc...term 1851 .• ,
Rebecca Cemphell. ,
vs J. L. Coals adm't ,
Joseph Brunts ' . vi Isaac MaKoso • '
Wm. Idoints . „ vs eassord Mart . , •
P. A. Mastbant: 'f , '' . Vi J•gini Waging , '. ' '
d ' . *I
vs n Ph'lllos ' W. liaro do dinud
Pea McDonald "vs WI Illos lidding* • '',
o , orge W. flog:et ' vs 14 K. MoVlooln •
John Wal l 11 James IS. Gallaher. .
George W. Shot! vs Joseph Best
delinsherte , lB. Llloem vs Osatamln•Didomit.
James Habeas 'vs Jaws Johnson ~
Ira dablne n'l'. A. Mcd.hee.d. 111.' ,
lltrorie W. Long ' Vi Issaottruhh •
Philm Antes vs Bigler & HMI
J" , " Lana= Jr. . . vt J . Burgandat ar. 8 IllrleMar
do vi ...
Fameso . do
John M Chase 1111 APlty
‘Villian W. Wilawt .' ' vs WW. !BOOM ' . •
Joseph MoCnu3ksn vs helitsheties Bloom ,
Joseph Unistedu 'vs Matthew Ohms •,.
Chrtstlnn I. mist . vs Jernestilbsmits Bodhors
Joseph Kslaz , In Sloshes towashio
• • WM. PORTER. Proll'r• .
October 0, ItEd
WHEREAS the Hon . 3 51 1 ST. BALK . ..
Prescient 'Judge of the Court of Coniumcp
Pleas of the 4th judicial district, cornpuocd of ilia
counties ol Clinton. Centre and Clearfield.end• the
Honorable Porer Lamm and 'Ebonies 13'. IDimis.•
Esquires. Assoactoe Judges in Clearfield county
have issued t heir precept bearing dntethe 6th day of
Oct. 1851. to me directed,lnr holding a
Court of Common Plea?, Orphan; Court, (Jou rt
of Quarter Seesiona, and Court of Oster 4.
'irrniner and. General Jail Defivery,
et. Clearfield Town,fncthe County eirleacf:‘ , .6..fltt
the lit Monday of December nest, (being the Iry
day of the month. . • • . .
. Notteehh.thereforc,lterell : •
to the Coroners, Justices of thePerice4, Cansra rites
inland for the County olClearfieltl.to appear in their
own proper persons. with Relic Records,. Intl 111.11:
110116. Examinations and otheiKeinertibtaticts, tut
those things which thetr affirm& in their ;,p
-pertoiß to bedonetanil all %%lingoes and at 21, r •
anal prost-cuting to behalf ul the'Connauri
Saint any prisonerit ore requi ed to t ,, .; Cieri
there attending's:ld nut tlepar %%Ow" t•-a v t
heir peel. Juroreare request4l to tit
heir attenilanceat the appeintektime r. r , at,ir to
Given under my hand at the totsn 01 t.•.tv:trfivl:l
this 24th day of Ott,theyinrol
thousand eight hudred andifiity.w.tt; t.i,ti the
iseventy• yearfifili of Amiriven
ASAIIEL CABO, •
BARBER AND HAIR-DRESSER;
POLITELY toptires the °Anent crop, towe, 'eu•l'd, ..'-f• -
en latereeterl, that ho wit attend HY tat Y . .',. . [....<
DAY hvcotter. at the hotel of Samuel Event • in tin. ~1,,
for the Immo.* of *weediest to whatever balm:tele i be.. boy?
line tneff be reoalred of Ivry.
ills evoetieeoe In the badmen warrants him lef et ornle‘a
,entire ow iliac has to tense eyed Mil gavot elm w.th a eel:. .. .
Cieerfield. dew Pk 11334. . • , .
pa,' KEGS NAILS. MIKES at BEADS. at VI 30 ,
v 4 TONS of Asiort.d ima for II and Ili oasts per pear.d. •
V a!? pp lu v lad i liZtalt.“.Y STEEL at a cents p.. 11 L•coo ad,
a• te fa 00 pet Doe. t9arstay iti ss
s P P rl ti T l i°. NO lL d t t l i c ;,,, nlt t , l l;, -- „. 14 ` 1 " "; : kst EX; o r . •, s rikgiimpls......
Ikt !Ai 1,..e. Ito, iv ~,,pr sal, ,, ,,ti at .. 5L1 ,,,,, t _
I - PAN Ibil I:3ADDL.C. l •- " -
YAG Off e . ~,,.. es at -at twat tee 1 , - vtr: .
DRAWS LATED.sr 4,-Ar....., _
tiole,patteee, • ~. . ..
Pl ' ' ''' S at Ve . cents per gun. 2 0 Per at afar a PSI.
n more. •
, I R I E N a t
1,4 , 8 O ruAtir b P. .
E LL t A . r d
: E_ , lt at
i lS o g pit
a, , ed e m a, I. .
'MADLL4 fokd'SKINS firma 871 e to • . , ,
1.1 OT tdOR9CL.I) from to 113 41: 1 ow .
trnr'ale WIIQL.ZDALS, and REPA a a 'Jinni NW*
ad (run 6404 of , ' ' ; ' .
C . if ! IbieCd.
- . I.evleown Pa • op Tar's Itotet: •
P " 8.-A If duasant to tbeitta a ,•, • • • ,
. a. 16. 165L 1-.., „
F-13 0,' .r.r, " ,.
ISON ' —.. . •
maitre, operinv, f
.thAFiqzens , S. ,
it, country. A f :
clitie still tke Si . -
ppied.by,Dr-t 4 il . s ,
,1201. • (:Alts ( 1
' . 1 . '3 . •11. ":"1_ ,:: 'A
Ett ur v' ,o 4io:a . ."-r.x.' 4 7'r
DR., WILDMAN :
ri A kINd loetnird s
Kat '-ine prole/alone! Lvcr‘,lnt,
et shot Once and the
When not pioleisiona Ily
ithnr.d at. the ollice foraletly
Richards. or .at
'will he attended to qt all licu
'.C.lstica r '! . ... - ,-;' ,.. .
r? : 1 4 *