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Tluuxliiy, Juno 23, 18,13.
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FQ51 (IJ.KAL COMMISSIONER,
POIVIVAEX, Lancaster County
" FOJf, AUDITOR GENERA!.,
ALEX- K. BoCXUStE, Franklin Co.
CHUffSTjAH' WYEEiS, Chrion Co.
5- We 3am that the citizens of Flat
hroc.kville, Susses count, N. J. will eel
cbrute the coming 4th of July, and that
Col. Ci!AriTOK Burnett, of this place,
ha i con9C!nkdto be present and deliver
an Oration on the occasion.
James. IJ. Walton, Esq. of this place,
h-, to (leli'tar an Oration at the celebration
io bo bold at Lake Paupunonming, in
Hamilton township, in this County, on the
4th of July.
0:5-The Pittsburg (Pa.) Gazette of the Oth
inst. rijieulcs the predictions of a failure of
the wlusat crop, on account of the ravages of
the fly . The Gazette says :
"Tljo prevalence of these croaking com
plninw about the "fly" may lead some people
to belmve that ecarcity and high prices are
anpe 'ding; but let them not he deceived.
7'he pan Epring has been the most favorable
r ne for wheat that has been experienced for
several years; and the newspapers of Illinois, 1
Indiana, Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michi
gar and a part of Ohio say that the prospect
Jor a great yield never was so flattering.
Eviti if the entire crop of one or two States
coJd be obliterated by the fly, the abundance
of Inst year's stock yet on hand, and the vast-
Jv increased production of the illimitable
A l , U .1 '. . t
i wuu.u muit: man sumce io mane up
" We make these remarks to prevent any
one cf our farming readers from being misled
Wo have no interests but theirs to subserve
cod as we are in receipt of papers from all
points of the compass, we speak advisedly
when we say that the great mass of our ex
changes speak in the most favorable terms of
the growing wheat crops; and that although
injury may happen in particular locations,
there is no reason for believing the injury to
This1 Groans of tlie Wounded.
We annex the following paragraphs ta
ken from Locofoco journals in this State
as indicative of the feeling the publishers
of them have towards the National Ad
ministration, and of the opinion they en
tcratin of some of his acts.
(From the Berks County Press.)
Can it be True? A gentleman ius
returned from Washington city, reports
that lion. James Campbell, has appointed
an unnaturalized foreigner, an Irishman
as one of the Ixoute Agents between Phil
adelphia and Pottsville, who will take
possession of the appointment as soon as
he arrives from Ireland, where he is now
on a visit to his family.
(From the Lancastcria?i.)
The Presideut has removedB. Parke
Esq., recently commissioned as Postmas
ter at Harrisburir, and appointed John II
Brandt in his place. Judging from the
puffs of Mr Parke, we were led to believe
that his appointment gave eutire satisfac
tion. Why was he removed 1 Who can
The Pcnnsylvaman of Monday, says
"It is now reported to be a common say
ing at Washington, in the Departments,
as well as at the White House, that the
old Keystone State is the most harmom
ous of the large States.
(jr It appears from the Pension Office re
port that Land Warrants have been issued to
The amount of nine millions nine hundred and
I'l.ity-five thousand three hundred and twen
CT" I the Whig party dead or not
Put your finger in its mouth and you will
pc-haps find out, Louisville Journal.
Worth Trying. A lump ofsalara
tas, applied to the sting of a wasp'or bee,
will stop the pain in one moment, and
pevont it from swelling. Try it and see.
It i ft sure remedy for rattlesnake bites,
if appliud immediately. Be sure and re
JKg-An examination of the head of Ar
thur Spring, by Professer M'Cliutock, af
ter his execution, showed his orgrns of de-
structiveness, combativencss and firmness
to be unusually large, while he was al
most destitute of benevolence. The whole
phrenological conformation of the head
would indicate a man of much brutish-
ness, yet having the power of being who
ly secretive. Who says phrenology is a
Shocking Indifference. As an cv
idenco of the cool indifference of the
wretched monster, Spring, upon the very
verge of eternity, just before being led to
execution, he deliberately pared two Ha
vana oranges, and partook of the fruit
with the greatest gusto ! Philadelphia
"Take mvC ai'' A vounir cent re
cently regaled the ears of his bright par
ticular with a somewhat protracted sere
nade, at the close of which the chamber
window opened, and a small white pack
age descended therefrom. The enamored
youth instantly secured the precious mis
sive, and retired to a place of safety, and
and with a trembling hand proceeded to
unfold A NIGHT-cap 1
Ahead or Ericson. Andrew Jacl
son Davis, the Poughkeepise Seer, has
discovered that all sorts of machinery
locomotives, engines, oan be driven by
the power of the human will. He prints
his paper the Universal Hum by just
looking into the office and nodding at th
press, l his la ahead oi Hoe.
I rom me cnamDeisiiurg wing.
The Epidemic in Williaatsport.
Williams-port, (Md.) June 10,1853.
In compliance with your request that I
should give you a truthful statement with re
gard to the prevalence of cholera in our town,
I stateMhat we have been visited by a disease
similar, in many respects, to that which proved
so fatal in '32-. That it is, really Asiatic
cholera, no one, including the physicians who
were familiar with its peculiarities then, for
a moment suppose; yet there are symptoms
strongly resembling those o-the disease at
that time. From my own experience, which
has been the result of a severe attack, and
frequent attendance upon persons in different
stages of the disease, I have no hesitation in
saying, that if it be cholera, it is a very mod
ified type of it. Diarrhea, in every instance
which has proved fatal, was sufiered to con
tinue for several days entirely neglected.
This was succeeded by vomiting, cramps,
coldness of the extremities, and discharges
usually attendant upon the last stages of chol
era; but in no case has the disease been found
to be unmanageable, when subjected to treat
ment in its early and proper stages. It ori
ginated, and has principally been confined to
one locality, where filth of various kinds ex
ists in unstinted quantities, and where the
water used for cooking and drinking purpo
ses, was onensivc and impure, .besides, in
the four or five cases which have proved fa-
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
'.- KlTTATINNY HOUSE,
Delaware Water Gap,
June 1, 1853.
The.lastlink of this great1 thoroughfare,
so long looked for, is to be" completed, and
the iron horse will pass over it within eigh
teen months three millions havingbeen ob
tained. This road is to connect with the
Warren Road on the Delaware and the
latter road with the Central Road of New
Jersey near New Hampton; both of these
roads are to be graded for a double track
six feetguagc, and the Central R. R.is also
to be laid with a double track of the same
guage, and the New Jersey R. R. Co. will
lay a six feet track from Elizabethtown
to Jersey City. Arrangements have been
made with two roads, connecting Lake
Ontario and the Canada roads, and the
New York and Erie Road, witl
does not produce than those which the
Railroad Company owns, and is mining.)
Their immense machine shopsj coal break
ers, and everything is on the grandest
scale, and appears to be well managed.
I understand they have on their road six
teen of the largest class locomotives, with
passenger cars, and eighteenliundred coal
cars, carrying each Gve tons, and now em
ployed in transporting coal to the West.
The Superintendent informs me, that by
the time the other end of the road is ex
tended to the Delaware, they will have
two thousand cars ready to move capa
ble of carrying six tons each, and aliunde
at their own shop. Few persons have
any idea of the cost to be encountered to
stock a coal-carrying road.
It is wonderful to see what has been
accomplished at this place in a few years.
A town of four thousand inhabitants has
crown up from the wilderness; one of the
with other nrreatcst iron works, and with facilities to
1 a .IO '
roads leading in all directions to the make iron superior to any other establish
North and West; the Philadelphia, ment in this country; they have made the
Trenton and Relvidere R. R., and the railroad iron that reaches from that place
Philadelphia and Easton Road leading to Lake Ontario, and arc now making a
South, will also connect at or near Belvi- mile a day of iron for some of the Western
dcrc, on the Delaware. roads.
This road is designed to bo one of tho I conversed with a geologist at this
grand trunks between the North and South, place, who has been cxaming the coal
East and West, all to pass over the broad ,-cins in tho valley, who informs me that
guagc without change, and in looking at the coal lands owned and controlled by
i is nosinon in is onsv t.n ssn t int.it mcf in hvt?:i.j n l xi.-: r ,i
tal, with, probably, two exceptions, the habits i r . 7J x, T " " ima -""" w-u ;iuu tuuu ineiiua, wiu-
were not of the most cleanly character the advantaS ovcr a11 other roaas- It passes prise the cream of the valley. Their coal
first and most violent cases beinjr those o! tnrouSh tlie very heart of the coal region is visible to the eye, and generally above
COIOrCU nerSOnS. Otnn V UMS thorn nn nil. ' uacikiiwaua ilUUV. at OCrantOn. WiltPT Prn tint irnbnn un nnrl ia nnow
.i. . - . 1 ii . i ii .i .1
sence oi cleanliness, but ot ordinary prudence I wnere ine coai unaenays tlie rail road to mine! unliL-n in fhnsn rpsnrpfs mimli
; ;f 1. : : rU 1, f : e - -----; r ., -
... u.i, cau. uuu HiBUHiuiiig an over-gorge oi naa. ii umea, mui veins or eignty 0f the coal in other places, especially that
ne,nVnKn .CSr ""T fl and the quality stands about Wilkesbarre, where the veins are
CaSG. ton. IllnrrliP.l wnc nUmi-ml In nnrtl mnn j. xl. 1 1 f.il. 1- x r ii ... . '
only called into requisition when retchings au u a"I0.rnia ; ana ueean ateam inter- There is no end to the coal in the Lacka-
and cramps succeeded, and when the most csts uavc.taken largcly ot the stock. wana valley,
sh-nitul treatment would have proved value- vnen 11 1S J-nown, mat alter leaving There has been considerable exoitc-
iess. ucatn resulted in
period, from which time
and the alarm, occasio
lauiy, spread with astonishing rapidity. Central R. R and bv the Belvidnrn TV. f u r-i.i:
iuu auu Auiiaueipma avoau, aown tlie to sell their coal lands, and they
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jciuwaiis, uucuua auout nveieec to their drummers in all the seaboard
the mile, it will be easy to see, that such crying cheap fuel, grand routes, o
u.iuau, ttitu .-uuu uuhy graues, in con- eral charters.
nection wnn tue Delaware, Ilantan and Now reader, let us leave tho
ouucuiaimus wnn regard to cholera are
useless ; yet I may venture a generally re
ceived opinion with regard to it, that it has,
to a great extent, become acclimated, and
that its features are marked by the local pe
culiarities or the section it visits. W.
P. S. Since writing the above, sev
more cases have occurred, with three dcatl
of patriotism and a desire to honor his
memory, to obtain the means necessary to
accomplish the object of its organization;
By unceasing and untiring exertion they
have succeeded in collect.ng a sum suffi
cient only to carry up the proposed struc
ture to .an elevation of one hundred and
thirty feet above the surface, about one
fourth of its intended elevation; and' they
now regret to 'say that, unless the contri
butions are larger and more frequent than
they havo been for the past six months
it will be impossible to continue the work
any further. The blocks of stone which
have been Bent from the different States
associations, &c, to be placed in the mon
ument, have done but little to add to ita
elevation, though they may contribute td
its interest. That tho public may under
stand ho.w expensive such a structure
must necessarily be, it may be proper to
state that each course of two feet in height
costs upwards of 2,000, though executed
witb the strictest regard to economy. '
The materials and labor, with a small
annual compensation allowed to the su-t
perintendent, and a still smaller to tho
architect, amounts to the expendituro
which has been mentioned; and the Board
of Managers are well satisfied that, had
the work been undertaken by the Govern-
ment, it would have cost double the amount
of the present cost of the obelisk so far.
From two to three courses can be comr1
pleled in a month, which require from,
four to six thousand dollars, while tho
monthly contributions have not averaged
for the past half year more than two thou
sand dollars. It will, therefore be ob
vious that the work must be necessarily
stopped if a more ardent and patriotic
feeling does not prevail among the peo
ple of this country, and a more extended
and liberal contribution bo not made.
To show with what case this great object
could be effected, it is only necessary to
state tkntnve cents a head from each white
f the United States would bef
the monument in a
appears to be the ap-
xistinc: m relation
at even that
for so pa-
-eral Morris Canals, mustbe the channel through the West, take places in tho
aths which New Jersey, and esDiciallv Newnrl- Mcn DO-n oi-;i:,i -
an aged lady, a colored woman, and a child and the sea board, will receive their sup- miner House, and pas five mil
from a family which had previously lost a Llvnf Unfnl Tm,n;n A a B Jouve, ana pjs me ran
mother and small boy.
a more alarming phaze.
i r t ' -r . -i , I o - . , uuv. m-.j uiu x
TllV OT filinnn llipl mnmno flnni- ynnA. I x it 1 .1
r J f "fc; vxvux luauui 1 wnsr, riiT-oiirrn Tiifir niocnrrn in 1
" -l-..x i.r. ' " -o x
nibmu auuuu eiguseen montns you Mountain, called Lcgget's Gap. The
1 a j-- iriuu
I nnn stonrf of tha Vnnl- ATl.x i x .1
I I VV(1
tee me long trains oi cars tilled with the either sid
one thousand leet
e, are covered with
mi 1 ..j -ti
v ) uuiu uiuixiuxiu uuu urriviiifr nvnn? iinut- 1 n 1 -. u u . r xi
i.-x it. n It. i x- t , 0 ' r , uuiuwui-j y , xxuiii mem pasain ;t uisiancc
mat mr. x-or- tue uay irom tne Lacnawanna heds; ob- of twenty miles, throuch a bi-Hil
It is extensively known
Bible distributor is engagod :n fur
i i !.ing the boats on the Morris Cana
nnh the tcnptures. The directors have
err roprirtgtl 50 to meet the expenses o
t ,;s truly benevolent work. The balance
S the expense is defrayed by the County
Bible Societies on the line of the canal.
10,000 cattle are said to have died last
vmter in Oregon for want of food.
John J. Ctyde has retired from the Ed
r-nal management of the Whig State
Journal, at Harrisburg, and been succee-
Pattcrson, formerly of
-a worthy and com-
i i -
dtd by John J.
l!ic Juniata Sentinel-
1 he ftrct Annual Fair of the North-
.-.n pton Agricultural Society, will be held
nt Easton, on the 5th, Gth and 7th of Oc
The Easton Gag Company have declar
ed a dividend of 5 per cent on the op
(rations of the last six months.
Mr Alexander Nisbeth, of Cobbleskill,
u choharic co., JN. 1., was killed by liht-
ring on the aiternoon ot Friday last week.
He was at work with his father; coopers
ly trade, in their shop. The deceased
s t'pped out to obtain some heading lyin
o out twenty feet from the door, on a pile
1 1 boards, when he was struck, and in
stantly killed. At Columbia, South Car
olina, a heavy charged cloud exploded o-
ver the town, striking several points.
At the Charleston depot, the pump mind
(r, Mr. Daniel-T. Ratcliffe. was instnnrtv
Fiynch Law in Sevier County.
A desperate organization has existed in
Sevier county, Arkansas, for several
months patt, aud a gang of rascals have
teen assembled at two different distille
ries', stealing poultry, killing and cropping
torses, and otherwise destroying proper
ty and annoying the citizens, causing
them to have to sit up and watch their
houses and barns after night. One day
.apt week the citizens found four of these
miscreants concealed in the house of Col.
Dugan, dragged them forth in the open
?sy, took off their Ehirts, tied them, and
"jt the hidos oUhree of them right and
ifh. The outilasws ,arc begioiuq ao. flee
f-vm the suuv. ' -T " i
'v M ' -
Dr. Casper of Berlin, Germany, has
calculated that you do not live as long a
married men! That the mortality amonc
your unfortunate class, from the age o
thirty to forty years, is 27 per cent., while
among married men of the same ae, it i
only eighteen per cent.
"Poor uisrroHTUNATES." according to
Dr. Gasper, you are in danger then flv
from the arms of death into the ar em
braces of loving, gentle women ! "Trust
no future, however pleasant," that is, be
up and looking about you seeing if you
cannot hx your eyes on some fair maid
and when you do, then
Act act in the living Present!
Heart within and God o'er head!
And soon, if you have got anythin" like
"Burn's heart," you will be "sighing like
"My heart is sair, I dare not tell,
My heart is sair, for somebody.
I wad de what wad I not
For the sake o' somebody V
. JJisgraccful Riot. Father Gavazzi's
lectures at Montreal were abruptedly ter
minated by a disgraceful riot, resulting in
the loss of several valuable lives. Th
Montreal lerakl calls the action of the
soldiery upon that occasion cowardly in
the extreme firing into the midst of the
peaceable citizens who were hurrying to
a place of safety. Seven were killed, and
ten mortally wounded, nearly all of whom
wore among the most respectable citizens.
One little boy of five years, was shocking
ly mangled, and many more recived in
juries. 1 he Mayor is severely censured
for ordering the troops to fire without
For forae eruptions on the face, borax
is an excellent remedy. The way to use
it is to dissolve an ounce of borax in a
quart of water, and apply this with a fine
sponge every evening before going to bed.
tu: :n ii xi ! i ... ,r
Aula wm euiuucu tu sjim wuen tne erup
tions do not proceed from an insect work-
ng under the cntiole. Many persons' fa
ces are disfigured by red eruptions caused
by a small creature working under the
skin. A very excellent remedy is to take
the flour of sulphur and rub it on the face
dry, after wasing it in the morning.
Rub it well with the fingers, and then
wipe it off with a dry towel. There are
many who arc not a little ashamed of
jfcheir face, who can be completoly cured
if .thoy follow rheso directions.
ths of the a-
welfth was rais-
the Republic of the
ought into existence by
erence, energy and patri
igton ; in a nation which
now contains a population of nearly twenty-five
millions of souls, enjoying a free-
ndependence and prosperity no-
else to be found, one-fourth only
- - i -iu , Mi.ua- ouu ue xegiou oi tue xiocuy Mountains, hundred feet long. This tunnel was imade monument worthy of the man in whoso
i uS M iaigy uBropors wouiu maue uu tuis route, at tue Delaware they will bv the Comnnnv f nrnM rr I honor t is now beinrr erected has. after
he trip to California and back once a join the traveller from the extreme Sontli. L;n oi i :i.: : x liho mncf. -ffnrtc fo c0nfa
Week, fiarrrino' Jin nvrn or. nf 1 f.) -no ccnri. An lua ttIo? f fl,nc at...: x- xi . -. .. ... . . ou'"o """i , . ii . , m
, "o- " Auuuui,aiua io tue and the time has proved they were richt. years, been contributed, xo the people,
gCVS,jJ fnJn iPCr Pass?Sf wou,d Lakes or to the Falls of Niagara. This, At this place you enter the valley of Mar- the army, rind navy, masonic, odd-fellows',
vj v," u tBU uuiiai per i uue, is a prospective view, but one tin's Creek, a small stream enclosed bv a a other associations, the colleges, acad
ueeivoneacimve dollar share. Jtle read- that will certamlv be realized in n vrrv Unwn;n mioQ nnrl cr.iioic f nuA ci. .
, 1J 1. x i-nn i t ili mi -. ' J I uivuuuuu uu uauu AiUU, 111 lUUIly DiaceS " " uu" uvi.wwxj vx mv, umicu uiaita .
iy sold about GOO shares, and commenced short time. The end of the road west nf Lnn -ihinnlrino- inRfitntiAna n;tir
l, -l j- j , ' , , , ,, c, , i , . . vox uxxo uiuiwuuu lUCli Ul''Ii, UUU ilUUIiV " "-"uvuo, vxi-j , bunxx uui ci-
uuuumi:, uuu uear v commetea tne nrsr, mcranton nas nnp.n in nnomtmn i k mn,f ,n .i:...i. . - c xi n x j-rr
x u....x -.w txiwxinxia uuriiMiiii icinnr. nnssiniT nn tmiq nirmir nuiio, auu xiuiii luu nuiia liib a nerfint
ii- r .. . ' wx.. xxuxxwiii ' ( -
f r. ri ( i nc r .Anl 1 I I . A II, .-
able distance of nine- elections ; applications, urgently request--
grade over twenty one inS pecuniary aid have been made by cir-
A x AT tt:i rn nr.Q nrlfirpQcofl fo oil nnrl cill thr nnnX
1 1 , , . - , ' . .. j . fcV 4.X.VS XX1X1U. J.XI 11V JxJ" it U Jl (J V lUIl - I ..wwuuv l.vr uu. uxxu ClHi tut VUUllt-
oeenmaue or an unsuitable material, and tract the attention of travelers. I f,i irniin n i. hntinnq ror.mVr.rl ;nffi,:..
j -1 . .1 ''- C. . : Xl ll T, . t
money and the wil . U1UU1UUL states oi tne union to snow the
T llOTfn nni1innM.il 1 1 1 I Jnf rp!f fVlOtT fan
WOrth S1UU r.O S.-5(Ml Pnrh no caati ic lin I rrnrrrna ati thn Wnctifn Hx: x ll i I -. , . . J M i . ., .. ..
i x x - .. T. , p 9 ' tl"" r " aii JJ- these wonderlul passes through these lm- inoj ana t0 evince the estimation and
i in is ins ii I v. i "I r .Tinrr i n nTrfftTi An im I . i i tAim . . iii j i i I r rn v
r xxu xUJJUxu xu v-.auuii; uiv;u iu6 n, a uxicuuum; irom austto west, lhc mense mountains and
he now expects to do within the month of first is the Delaware Water Gap, where do in a direct linefroi
duiynext. toe Delaware river passes through flip. Ith mncf. mi-.w. v :r..i tinrr in fho r.ATnr.lof;Ai nf i,;n ,
Any person who may be disposed to take Great Blue Mountain, whose almost ni?r- hm Trorf;,i0 n,nn.. th.it. thn. Rt.nt.Q n wn o tha i J
- . 1 Ul A-'-JL. LAX bl U kJ 1 Jl L.lxU 11 11.11 I I ' I III llll'IIM I'll! I I " vuxr rf WW II Ull LUU lll.lf 1111. I 1 I II Jm
one or more shares may send five or more pendicular sides ascend to an elevation of and iron formations in the Lackawanna Kve the honor of raising a structure to-
Providence "is memory which will be an imDensha-
for the Pie memorial ot their veneration and grat-
pass to the JUast and to the West, lluac.
jjy order ot the Uoard :
Sec. Wash. Nat. Monument Association
JSSTPapers throughut the country are
respectfully requested to give this an in
OT Tlinnnor nprAnnrf nnfnrn tlin anni-nnnli Unrl
r -v.vv.v vw.v, ojijjiuttvn ui uu jaigo U.UI10 ui uuai juavu uuanj cverj gorge the remark
winter compelled him to suspend oppera- hour in the day. destined for all parts of teen miles with no
tions. The float first constructed bavins the West, and this route must alwavs nt. fnof t ;i
become damaged durinrr t.lin Trinfnr lir. T,rt.
, . o . , . v.xxx uxxv, imuui, uuu it nine mnes to the Ureat Uend on the lul!5tJ lutJ monument Deyona its presc
now finds it necessary to construct a new give him a running description of tho won- Susquehanna, to the New York and Erie vation. This is a painful and raor
IlOn f finfl TAr Tina nnrnnin ,c mAunnA t-n Haro hn rnnn nUt..l.. IT T . ' . . r- -r. n .
onn v. " t v,x. .v. tue nue. j.n passing Koad, from which point you can go every ract- iC win now become the duty of
wxxwx cauics muic. i lj I m t' iii'iir. ii;i i i 1 1 iiiii i'i;si. iri ivrr T.nnTnnrnTiieprtehi.fti. l i i ... - f.i.xx x l.xx r j i t t .
: .0...... , -vu, umow iuiuu"u wnere. i tou uave 1 1(
nrtnn nlI.A..l. I, x XI ril 1. xl X" 1 1
.jxc, anuuu"u nc uAuutta iucy win ue uuee oi tue
most remarkable mountain
v...xx xx. x.v.tuov.x aUi) iuwwb uuijk, ui- uuuny two tuousanu iccr, tue water pass- Valley: these all look as if
rected to llnfus Pnrt.pr nr Sr.1r1r.Ti WIfli i
t n iT i Vtr , . ' i4"uufa". u. summer s uesigned it to be a great openinrr
ers v tJO.. nnnlTPrRi Wn
7 ; ...u.u6hU, a., v., .uviuii , ciuw axu uuvureu ac an coal to
inn f hn nomn C t 111 I. I rl. t . . . I
1 uii 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 . iri iii nr i 1 1 1 1 1 ir:i 111. iv in i in mi. sii:iuniiu iirn nxmTrvTrm nr r a. 1 . . . i -v . .
a 4.u V ri7 xx 'ri'7',s' lU13 Piace warm and coratort his people, chance.
tered on the books, and a neat vignette are large Hotels, where thousands from unbeliever, could not have made it.-JYcio.
title-deed (one or more) will be promptly the cities come everv season to omnv w- .o,4,7 r
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sent by mail to the address of the appli- mountain scenery. After passing through
tani" . ' the mountains a distance of 3 miles, you
The title-deeds embrace an obligation arrive at Broadhead's Greek and a ride
to Keep the largo aeroport m repair for of three miles further brings vou to tho
I the American People.
From the great decrease in the receipts
twenty years, and entitle tho holders to beautiful town of Stroudsburgh tho coun- of contriDutions to the National Monument
n7TliO Tonr Vat-1- Ti.;Kiir. 1 ,
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the board of that Auguste Belmont, the late acting
Association Consul General of Austra, contributed
draw all the profits. The shares are not ty seat of Monroe, situated in a country during the last six months,
name to assessments, and the stockhold- very productive, and hirh v eiiltivntoil MnnnM nf .., lrAf
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ers na,ve no iiaouities ; moreover all the
shareholders are furnished, gratis, with a
neatly printed paper, the " Aerial Report-
j ni..,,. . . '
cr, .emi-montniy, tn the hrst aeroport is ccs one ot the grandest forests anwhere that the people of this country, under such nrnnri.tlnn nf l.;.
comoietea. fn Un rnnn ,n to 1 j . . .1 i - .- , .. " 1 1 r "l
n- f r s- - w 7.
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viv i. la jLwimuiu j. fju lis v 1 v n ni fi uonn nnr nsr nnr nn irrntinno 00 it 1 1 1 - . 1-1
To counteract skepticism on the subject, known as the Beach Woods. It nhn t, 3 C S J VIA : aPP?tea by the Pres-
the following certificate is presented : with spruce, pine, hemlock, beach, cher- ing, as they must, a profound of lanSl InZ r word"
Washington, 28, 1853, rv' 'aplc, ash, Arc. Passing fourteen gratitude for the inestimableserviccs which distinctly made that Mr Pierce and hi.
This mnv ,wif . i, .1' . Ialles in a straight line through thisdense he rendered to them, will suffer a Mnn. nwi, w r i . . . m3
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signed, citizens of Washington, have se- A T ' T arc le bear, the ument commenced m his honor to aid in tant offices in their gift for a money con
..nJ .xi , fa- ',. deer, and the wolf : its streams nhnnnrl nnrnAtnntino- Ih'q r.o, i.i. , b v. i money con-
vci an v uuu attentively examined Mr. itu- -xu -u ,
.. J " I ttrif h t rniit- wilrl nirini 'o x
their young, arc here counte
3. Her"0 VOU Strikfi tlir. linnrl
T1 , , . 1 1. u- x. xxwv. oumwij wo augguaiuu lliai a tlCIO tliey were
does appear evident that an aeroprtprop- r , fc ,1, 1Uv.er' which tact like this in the history of our repub- their possession.
erly constructed in the manner, and of the Z,t -7s 1 ap', m ,bb 8 0 would n0t al1 to reflecfc IastinS discd- This is a scrio
r . i ,. . . i'xuuiiiaiu, iu ciuuo hdii " UCUn V IWO tllflll.
size, lorm and proportion proposed and L iri. 7 xi lJ l"u luou-
described by Mr. Porter, would run with Z; V
&-c- -"7 ru tu "s iuiautlul Ul wuat out doubt, every part and narcpl .
miles, vou arrive nt. tli is flnn tn tl,r.nicino m i, . 1. ' - 0 ituu Parcei 1
n ;t .ntnri T i' i" " 7c TiT "I 1 . . . ' r J 'ost ulsgracetut transaction. It is clear
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a velocity of nearly 100 miles per hour, J. " 1 c S W "
nnrl nnrri 1 Kfl .:xl. Z . . r ' distance of five miles, you
tiin tl r i- , v town of Scranton, situated m
tV tUan that, nt anvnn llinrtrmnrln nf nn - ' 111
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vxiw umu v. uxiu.-iv. uuu, UUUtJl 11UV1UUUUU. 1 linnn t lafnnnnft . x . .i
centre of the Lackawanna VnlW Lfl,nm nw e j 'i. ' '"- a "Ppoimraem, thataon-
and between Cobb's Gap and Legg WnThfM ZJ
Gap. Here the traveler can stop at the and illustrious to be nearly forgotten af- operated unon tl i Pf ' p l?!
Wyoming House, kept by Mr. Burgess, ter they have mouldered in tho tonil for aSd h fnlri a 1 i?1
formerly of Hartford, one of the larrres half a centurv. InJho W ? i!I and b13 ad r tb
vcyance; and that the general introduc
tion of such caroports would greatly con
ducc to the intelligence and advantage of
mankind. We have full confidence in
Mr. Porter's integrity and ability
investments of 61,000, we cannot hesitate C3farre w uc.h aPPears to have seen its may have been more brilliant
5 andV'n ir5: iT". " U? I -i"0? d over Siven the Austrian satrap a place which
ot the apparent probabi ty that r , v""lu A UUJiJ'i- ""giug hcuuiw ui mo wono, tho stage ouht to have been filled hv snm
five dollar share in the ick of ",L. I" hU5e Fcs1 K life ii continuously occupied by those JSZ.ITS'1:
Navication Comoanv will nrn. "w ?' v ..ages surrounding Bcran- whose acts excite tho interest of the living Tf wiX KZZ.i v ? J
much income to the holder there- I.L"S '"..- a "r of such as have Zoi 7 ImT " "S.
j j r. IUUH..J.HWWU, uuu inu om town or vv ii-1 nreccoed them, t, hmirii xi .. , .
icimmiion ov men or renuh man Prinont nn nnri
reputation by men of republican education and svm.
and their pathies, to bestow one of the most impor-
to recommend to every person who can ; h v,s" t.Twi ness to' lf?J f.f"0" S1"- But it was believed taut offices in his gift, upor 7 wZnJZi
conveniently spare five dollars, to take one "."it. f tho most ffiat Washington was one to whom the from the service of a dLoi. S l .n
n mA xi. xx Ii .. n . r
or more shares therein.
bloody and savage conflicts
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I" "iV":r:jJmc.1rn.PeoP e Fed tIie greatest his notions of Absolutism unrenonnrl
and still uppermost in his mind we woulfi
have never heard the last of it. It would
have been denounced as treason to our
It is said that Charles Leyi Woodbury, were
- mf l
usq.. declines the Chanresbw to Bolivia, while
According to the Boston Mail, he says their families.
tne place is not set doyen on Monk's Map
ill i i t . .
tuat -nobody Knows where m thunder
ing tne nones ot those who were the just tribute to preeminent patriotism and er would iaV "pile? ud the
.8 of an inhuman treachery, who to unequalled public and private virtue, expatiatin-upon the fe vent It J
stricken down by the tomahawk Underthis impression, a society was estab- airVould hahe
bravely defending their homes and lished some seventeen vears Jn in thn nit.. TJTJ av5?ecowe vocal with
is," and that he will see the " Govern
, before he will travel nine
or ten thousand mjles.to hunt it up."
some seventeen years asro in the citv eThrpatinna TJnt Q r t. i
Of WnS.,inn fnr- !,' f " 7 V Ih "WP Z IMS,
At Scranton and vicicinity, there is ting a m SmuntLi iipe
uch to be Been, and much to interest er of his Country; and the Board of man- der the so oaJeS S ' ?HJ 'flai11
iy one having, or feeling any interest in a hf iht. JL Lt. w. J- ?Cr.tUes calied "dcmocratio" flag, we-
the welfare of his countryV The wondc lonVin tV " '3; "urceafaui.
f0! COa1 WPrialtheif