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For publishing a new paper in the borough
oj JJamsburg, tnmua tnc
State Capitol Gazette.
11t JIomirook, JIemock & Duatto.v,
THE Subscribers propose to publish o newspa
per in tho borough of Harnsburg, with tlio
titlo of tho " State Capitol Gazette." The Gazette
will bo devoted to the support and advancement of
democratic principles, based upon tho political and
philosophical truths of universal equality of right;
and the sovereignty of tho pcoplo's will designated
by the voice of tho majority that all civil govern
ment and law cminate from the people, exist only
by their assent or peimission, and that they have an
unalienable right to remodel, alter or abolish cither
rnt thoir pleasure, whenever they may deem it ne
cessary for their welfare and happiness, and that cv
crv thine: which tends to weaken or subvert those
principles, goes directly to rap the foundation of our North Carolina
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rcpUUUCUIl Mlsllllu.llI.a, UUU e.iuuiu iu v.it.ifibh. iitu
a prompt hand and vigorous energy.
'Measures and not men,' shall ever bo the rule by
which the political course of tho Gazetto will be
governed. Wo shall never quarrel with our polit
ical brethren about the ludividnal whom tho major
ity may fairly select, to carry out any measures con
sistcnt with our democratic principles. Is he hon
PORTABLE HORSE POWER
PITIIE Subscribers tako this method of informing
JR. their friends, that they continue Manufactur
ing Threshing .Vitellines and l'oriublc Horse
X'otcers, on tho most improved plans, mado of the
best material;) and in tho most workmanlike man
ner, and which they will waricnt to stand with fare
usage, and not injure tho grain by breaking it.
They have surpassed all others where they havo
been introduced, in Pennsylvania, Virginia and
Eratt's Patent Smut,
GRAIN HUMMING MACHINE,
Improved. An articlo of great ntility to Millers,
for cleansing the grain for preparing it for flouring.
These machines aro manufac.urcd of cast and
years. I hey ai o in general use in tho stale ol r cw
1 oik and in part of Pennsylvania,
est is he capable, nud will ho obey tho voice of his wrought Iron, and are supposed to last an hundred
constituents, snail do uio icauing enquiries ui iu me
qualifications of a candidate for oflice. If capable,
honest and willing to acknowledge the supremo will
of tho majority, every individual in society shall
have an equal claim on us for our countenance and
support. Wo abhor all faction and combination of
individual interest to accomplish individual purpo
poses. Every thing of that sort, shall receivo from
us a most hearty and decided opposition. Honesty,
economy and strict accountability in all public
functionaries, and their disbursements of the public
jnoncys, shall bo freely examined and fully discuss
ed. Tho Gazetto will Bustain tho administration o
the General Government, upon tho principles pur
and all kinds of Machinery, cast and fitted up,and
all sorts of
THE Trustees of this Institution ore happy to
announco to tho public generally, that it is
now in full tide of successful operation. Tho win
ter term has just closed; and tho semi-annual exam
ination, havo given moro satisfactory evidenco of
the excellent qualifications of their teacher, 13. W.
Cusklisg,' than any mievious recommendations
could have done.
The summer term will commence on Wednesday
tho first day of May, and continue twenty-three
weeks. It is very important, that all who wish to
oin the institution, should bo present on that day,
or as soon after as possible.
In oruci to make tho school n public uenelit, by
affording to all parents who desiro the opportunity
of giving their children a first rato education, tho
terms of tuition havo been given at tho following
Heading, Writing and Arithmetic, $3 00
English Grammar explained and illustra
ted, including tho above, 5i ou
Geography, with uso of Maps and Globes
including the above, 3 00
Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, with
uso of Apparatus, including tho a
bovc. 4 00
Latin and Greek Languages, including
all the above, O 00
Tho German and French Languages will bo
taught, but an extra chargo of 5 00 per quarter
will bo mado for cither of ibem. All tho members
of tho Echool aro required to excrciso themselves in
written compositions and declamations, and will ho
expected at the close of each term to give a public
exhibition of their proficiency in all tho branches
they may have pursued.
Persons at a distanco arcinlormcd, that upon ap
plication to tho President, board will bo furnished
in respectable privato lumihcs. on modcraio terms.
iiy order ot the Hoard.
D.M. HOLLIDAV, Pkes't.
Joiiv C. Born, Secr'y.
Danville, April 10 1830.
will be sold on the most reasonable terms, by
LEWIS II. MAUS & Co.
Bloomsburg, May 25, 1820. 3m4
So So mwsM
Against the World for good Mill-Slones
and Lolling Cloths.
TCyTTILLERS wishing tho above articles, aro
JyJii, requested to call and cxamino my Stock,
at Danville, Columbia County, Pa., or at Lew
istown, on tho Juniatta.
Danville, May 25, 1839.
sued bv its present patriotic and enlightened chie , , , , ., ,., i ,i,ii n r .i.:i.
:1 ' Af..l Vnn ltllrntl Will oil frftl 1! IT - - 1 .
iuaiaiuwmiimii u.i uutMi) .....
lend iu support to his re-election, to complete his
racism o of two terms of oflice, in accordance with
the uniform practico exercised towards his republi
can predecessors. In discussing national poiicy,
we shall advocate at all times every measure tending
to strengthen tho bonds of tho common Union, and
to promote tho peace, security and happiness of tho
whole, so far as it can bo dono without compromit
ting any rights that may belong to an individual
state as a scyarato and indcpendenl sovereignty.
The Gazette will also support tho administration
of our worthy Executive of Pennsylvania Gover
nor Porter, ind its editors will ever cherish the prin
ciples which triumphed in his election, and which
through all tho desperate and dangerous machina
tions "put in rcquisitiou todefcathis inauguration,
by a reckless and abandoned party, established in
tho executive chair, as the landmarks of ourrcpubli
can safety and happiness. It shall also bo the study
of tho editors topromoto tho best interest of our vast
chain of internal improvements, and urging to a
speedy completion all the links necessary to secure
its immense connection, and to turn it to lasting
and profitable use.
Our foreign relation shall bo attended to, and
the public seasonably advised of every transaction
abroad, calculated to affect their political interests,
or awaken in private life a spirit of enquiry and research-
in tho various fields of philosophy, mechan
ics or literature.
Tho Gazetto will bo printed on a fine double me
dium sheet, and new type; and every attention be
stowed to render its mechanically execution perfect.
Tho fii st number of the Gazette will appear on
or about the thirteenth of June. Persons holding
tho proposals will bo punctual to return the samo by
the thirteenth of May. Letters by mail, post paid
will receive prompt attention.
JOHN B. BUATTON.
Harrisburg, March 15, 1830
The State Capital Gazetto willbe published twico
a week during the sitting of the Legislature; and
once a week for the remainder of tho year, the fol
lowing prices in advanco :
Thewholo year, - - - f 3 00
The session only, (twico a week,) - 2 00
White Lead, dry and in kegs, Madder,
Verdigries, Indigo, Alum, white and blue
Vitriol; Sand Paper; Proof Bottles, Grains
ol Paradise. All lor sale at
Tobias1 Health Emporium.
tcrA HEW SEPJES.-os
A Desirable Opportunity for New Sub
TUB FOtmTJI VOtUMK OL THE
AMERICAN MONTHLY REVIEW,
Commenced on the first of Jan. 1839.
J lillMo iS per annum, puyab'o m
dvanco. Two large Tohtmcs of ne.,rly one
thousand pages aro published every year.
f HjHIS popular work is now piintcd with a new
M typo ca.ct cxprossly for tho pirnosc, on fine
thick paper, well stitched in n neat cover. Valua
ble Engiavinjs oie given in over otlicv number.
i ho Gentlemen s Magazine niidAmoncjiiMonth-
ly Review bos ulljincd a standing that ensures its
continuance; and the tomirendctoiy nolicea of tho
most re n-i .nolo portion ol tho pics ottcsts its mer
its mid pooii'fity. Eoch monthly number con
tains Seven y-Uvo extra sb-cd Otlavo pjjes, and
presents moio leading matter than n volume of a
novel. It is published et I'ltlo more tlun half the
price of any ot'irr Magazine in tho TJn'tcd States,
yet contains as many OR1GTNAL PAPERS as
any oilier monthly publication.
"WTERY respectfully informs his friendsand the
y public, that ho has always on hand, ft h's Li
very Stable in Bloomsburg, for tho purposesof lino
or Exchange, a variety of
Horses, Sulkies, n
GIGS, WAGONS, AND SLEIGHS,
which ho will feel gratified to keep in readiness for
the accommodation of customers.
Personal application can bo mado at his rcsidenco
when every rueans will be used to render entire sat
isfaction to those who may give him a call.
NOAH 8. PRENTIS.
Bloomsburg, May 20. 1838,
THIS lino has commenced running regularly be
tween Wilkes-Barro, Northumberland, Will
amsport, Harrislurg to Piladclphia and all inter
mediate places. Tho Boats leave Whilkes-Uarro
daily, at S o'clock P. M. and urrivo at Northumber
land next morning at 7J o'clock A. M. and Harris
burg the following evening at 0 o'clock; where pas
sengers will remain over night, and tako the rail road
cars at 8 o'clock; A. M. and arrive at Philadelphia
by 2 o'clock, P. M. At Northumberland tho North
.and West Branch boatts connect : Thin lino arrives
at the junction of tho Junifta in time to connec
with all the western linos for Pittsburg.
Returning passengers by this line will leave Broad
street, Philadelphia, every day at 8 o'clock A. M.
and arrivo at Harrisburg at 3 o'clork P. M. North
umberland next morning 8 o'clock, Williumsport
by 7 P. M. and wilkes-Barro by 7 o'clock tho follow
ing morning through in 48 hours.
To famlics moving west this lino offers great ad
vantage charge upon freight very moderate, and
persons with ther families may rely upon having all
their goods takon with them.
Fare to Northumberland 2 0C
" Williarmport 3 (30
Duncan's Island 3 60
Harrioburg 4 00
Philadelphia 8 00
For freight or parage apply to
P. McC. GILCHRIST.
Wilkcs-Banc, Maj7, 1833 If
R. LEIDY'S MEDICATED EXTRACT
OF SAIiSAPARlLLA, bavins become so
deservedly popular, on account of its supeiior
strength to any other preparation of SaMp.irilld in
existence, it is thought unnecessary to make much
comment upon its virtue. Suffice it to hay, one
hollle of tho above conta'ns twice as much of tho
active principles of Sarsapjiilla anJ other ingredi
ents, as any extract in cxistccnc, in tho same quan
tity, and is cquvl to one gallon of Syrup of Sana
parilla, for lurking which druagb I' and olhois pur
chase tho above piepuration. Price one dollar per
It is rccomcndcd in all diseases of tho skin and
Bones; "lfleclions of tho Liver, Stomach, Spleen
and Kidneys; Eruptions, breaking out of Dry and
Watpry J'implcs on tho lace, neck and body; ulcer
ations of the note, mouth and throat; running at tho
Ears and EycsiEryipikw, Scrofulj,rIicuiuatic pains,
swelling or hardening of the Glands, constitutional
diseases produced by (bo use of mercury or other
mineral. In short, Sarsppaiilla is known to tho
world, as being tho mot powerful agent ever dis
covered for purifying the blood and Animals Fluids,
cousrquently the most valuablo specific for all dis
ease., resulting from impurities of tho Blood, and
other fluids of the body.
Caution. Persons should be parliculaily careful
in getting a prcparj'iinn that may be idled upon;
there being many n existence, not propCily prepar
ed, unfit for use, md almost inert; possessed of no
medicinal qualities whatever.
Dr. N. B. Lcidy candidly declares his preparation
to bo whttl it is rcp'cscnltd to Ic, and is prepared
by himself, a regular DrugyiM. and Apothecary, and
is besides a regular Physician, alteoted by Drs. Phys
ic, Chapman, Hare, Cox, Doivces, Jackson, James,
Horner, bibson.&c. (bee directions and rccommcn
dations around each bottle.)
Upwards of 3000 bonds of tho abovo have been
sold, during the past six months, a strong proof of
its good qualities, xc. f or sale in this city ai
llr. Leidy'rt Health Emporium, 2d street, below
Vine, JNo. iui.
Frederick Klet'''Drug store, comer of 2d and
J. Smith & Co's. Diugstoro 3d street above No
J. Gilbert & Co'e. Drug store, 2d sheet above
J. F. Long, Druggist Lancaster, Pennsylvania,
G. W. Oakley, Druggist, Beading, do.
J. B. Moser, do, Allentown do.
P.& W. II. Pomp Jo. Eastou, do.
E. Bringhurst, Druggist, Wilmington. Delewarc,
And by tho principal Druggists and Merchants
in tho United states. 37th
ALSO SOLD BY
D. S. TODIAS.
Bloomsburrg, J on. 6 1830,
The Victory IVon,
A FTER long, lediou-., and c.vpcn ivo cxperi
PiA mcnt, Dr. Leidy bus dircoveved a method
whereby the virtue of Hie Sanvpiirillii is c:. I 'acted,
so as to bo formed into Pills without dnlioiiiis; its
Innuaicrnblo pttcupls have been made toocconv
plif-h tilis impoil.int o')ct, but all failed. It is inv
poiionl, brcaue7e Sorsupa, ilia, as umedkinc, in
idl di- ej-?e.i to winch mankind is bUhicct is product
ive of more itel good, than the whole catalogue of
AJt a'l respectable physicians tho nueM'on
'What " the most cficUHal purifier of tho blood, and
thomo-t popul.ir medicine used!" they will answer
nnanimou-ly, bancnprJIu. What bcUcr lecom
mcndalioncanbe a -lied I
S AltS A PA II ILL A OR BLOOD PILLS,
Price, Twcnly-fivo Cents n Box.
They muit surely command a preference, for they
arc not composed of Sarsaparilla alone, but contain,
in a conceiiti jtcd htatc, in the form of a pill, tho
virtues oftbe p'incipal ingredients contained in tho
compound fluid, extracts, syrup3, and other prepara
tions of iburcanan'la.
They ae highly recommended by numerous phy
sicians, and othcis, (sco directions aiound each hot
DKcascsof. lie Liver, -.kin
bones and ;,ljnd-f.
Pain of the bides., aloq;
the oack and spine u
vcr ttio region of the
hea it and Btomcb.
Inwaul feve 's, bjd taste
i n tuc.iio.nl). foul I). rjlU
Sour eructations and odd
iiiesof tho hlonuch.
Ulcc-ous sores of the nose
tin out nud body.
Sca'y E.oiit'ons and
bloichcH of the skin
Diy and w.dny pimples
and p" tu!rs of tho
f.'cc pud body.
Tetter and linn'ormi.
.VwcH'o-is and iuidcning
of the 'bnds ol tho
neck, iu tho groins,
Siom.v h Coughs,
and nil the wlio'o train of ili.j?.isi ic.-iullin? from
mpunty of tho blood, con.,itiul!on il dn-caucs pro.
duccd by Mercury, or oilier minora'", or tho consc.
nuenco ot nyplulii.iiiies Vcncroul, &e.
r or convenience ot taking, as well as making hut
smull bulk, being m fljl squaio boxes, convenicn
for carrying in tho pocket ot for travelling pui poncs.
they mui-t to prctoraUlo to alt oilier ii.cpaialions o:
for sale, YVholrvto and Itetnil ot Dr. Lenly'i
Forsuleby D. S. TODIAS.
Comnound Surun of Prunex' Virrrini
anna, or Wild Cherry, for Couehs, Colds
Asthmas, Consumptions,&c, for salo at the
Tobias Health Emporium, Bloomsburg.
DATES 1 DATES !
A preserved Fruit to eat.
ruii'i'KK oauwii lor sale at
Tobias Health Emporium, Bloomsburg,
fALAHATUS, Glauber Salts, Epsom
sale at tho
Cheap Health Emporium.
WM. E. BURTON, Editor .y Proprietor, l'hifa.
The Rev lew Department of tho Gentlemen's Mac
azinc. which has elicited notices from all points o
tho literary circle,will continue to pirsenta complete
occount of tho popular literature of the day, with
iiucrai uii ,'cis irotn raro nnu popular wornr.
Translations fiom tholightcr portions of the French.
German, opanish and Italian authois. occur in eve
ry number. Copious and AnccdotaliBiograpbies of
eminent men oi tuo uay, wun engraved liKcnesscs,
will lrcquciilly ornament tho pages oftho Gentle
men s Magazine.
Arrangements nave been made Willi a
writer of acknowlrchcd abiliiv to piodtue
in the pufjes of The GdUlcnchis ftlvm
zwr, (mom mi seiir? oj orit'es, dcicnp-
live ot all si'brc's con,teclcu ici 'li lite van-
ovs ishinhj Snarls and Paiiicies, rmbi-je
iv a lunu of iiiformaiion not dtewhcio at
lainablo, and illustrated, iu its rouiso, bv
setcrul hundred enffraviiiHS on wood. A
mong oilters, the following subjects will be
J lie Horse una tlic JJog, in all their van
cites, with every requisite information rcj
specting Purchase, ureedtng, Hrcaking, and
1 lie Art of Gunnii", in all its branches
including Rifle and Pislol Shooting, with
ample directions and valuable hints to young
The Natural History of American Game
Angling, with an account of American
Boating and Sailing, with a full de
scription of the various fancy crafts, and an
interesting account of the principlo Clubs
Arclieni, with its Customs, &c. and a
History of ils Riso and Progress.
Swimming, Akalmg, Quoits, Cricket,
liackel, rives, and other Hall Canies.
Forming, in the whole, a valuable Cyclo
pedia of useful and agreeable knowledge.
PUBLISHED BY WM.E. BURTON,
Opposite Hit Exchange, Dock-street, Philadelphia,
Where all orders and communications, postago
paid, arc requested to bo directed.
THE subscriber informs tho public, that he has
taken tho store lately occupied bv C. n. T-'iJ..
cr, at tho lower end of Maine street, where ho in
tends to permanently locate nimsclt, and has just
opened an extensive assortment of NEW GOODS
lately purchased in Philadelphia, embracing olmest
everv articlo usually kept In a country store. A
mong whicli arc,
Consisting of Broadcloths from course to
inejincst oj supcrine,hcrscmcrcs,Sat
tinctts, Sillcs, Ginghams, Calicoes
Cambrics, Muslins, Ribbands
Factory Cotton Cloth,
bleached and tin-unbleached,
very cheap and of the best quality, and eve
ry variety in the Dry Goods Line. Also, a
general assortment of
Crockery, Glass, China and
All of which he will dispose of as cheap, if
not cheaper, than can bo purchased at any
other store in the county.
tCP'All who aio desirous of purchasing
good and cheap goods, are requested to call
and examine lor themselves before they buy
elsewhere, as ho feels assured no one will
go away dissatisfied with his prices, or tho
quality of his goods.
All kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE,
including CASH, will be received in payment.
Bloomsburg, May 18, 18U9.
SADDLE & HAE.NBS
AND IMPORTANT INFORMATION
EADEI1, did you ever see n confirmed Dy
peptic, and leumlus sullcrings! 11 not, su
lico it to say, he is a pale, thin and ghastly lookin
object, hi3 life apparently hanging by a thread; he
is uuserabloand unhappy, his sulleiings uidiscriba-
Aro you much troubled with flatulency, coslivo-
ness, sour eructations niising liom your stomach,
occasional want of appetite, waloibial), a bad taslo
in your mouth, or foul brctli, pain or a heauncss
at your stomach, sickness alier eo'.n, headache, ii'
gust at your once favoiiio food. &r. If you aio
much troubled with rny ofthe foregoing symptoms,
bring beforo you tho pjituiu of tuo Dyspeptic, and
having resolved to icmcdy tho consequences, im
A never failingand efheacious remedy for
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION,
And tho whole train of affections rosulting from dis
eases of tho Livrr, Stomach and Intestines.
Tho abovo medicine is warranted fico from mer
cury or other minoial preparations; it is composed
entirely ol vegetables, sate and cajy to lake, being
very pleasant to tho taste. It may lie safely admin
istered to young and old, requiring butmoderato re
strictions in diet only.
Numerous testimonials havo been from timo to
time published; its reputation is so well known, fur
ther comment upon its virtues is unnecessary, suf-
lice it to say, it has nuveh txilvii in a simile
imstinck. Further recommendations accompany
tho directions around each Iwltte.
OTH'ricc One Dollar per bottle.
Prepared and sold Wholosalo and Hetail at Dr
Lcidy s Health Emporium, 2d street, below
Also Sold by
D. S. TOBIAS, Agent.
Bloomsburg, May 2G. Iy5
DYEltS OPEN YOUR KYIiS.
iENGAL Indigo; Spanish do. Verdigries, blue
Vitrial; White do, for sale cheap and good, ut
Uio Ulooittsljurg Ware House, by
D. S. TOBIAS.
rnjlHESE pills have obtained a celebrity for cur
J3 ing mo I di.-cacs to which the human system
is liable, uncsjnip'ed in the lii-tory of the healing
art. They cspcl by the action of the stomach and
and bowls, oil ujd humours fiom the P.hod, causing
a free circulation of tho fluids, and rcotoics a sound
state of healiu.
Tho thousands who uso and recommend them, is
proof positive of their extraordinary and beneficial
The siibsciibcr has received the appointment of
Agent, lor the sale ov llr. KrannctU's Pills in
Bloomslinig. None aio genuine that aio offered for
sale, without a cort'!i(.to of appointment shiicd bv
the proprietor nndcoun'.ciaigncd by liranch Grien,
general agent; and no certificate is ever given, to
thoso engaged m tho Drug business.
J. R. MOYER.
Bloomsburg Aug. M 183S. Iyl7
TO THE PRINTERS OF THE U- S.
Wood Letter Cutter and Engraver, No
21, Inunklm Place, Philadelphia,
"Tg ESPECTFIJLLY announres'to tho Printers
JLQl of tho United States, that he has commenced
tho manuluciuro of wood letlcrs.
Wood Letters of every description, from four to
thirty four lines Pica, or upwards, mado to order on
tho shortest nhtice. Ornamental Letters of entirely
new and most splendid patterns, for heads of news
papers, titlo linos.&c.fiom two linos great primer to
any size larger.
Ills typo will bo mado of materials of tho best
assortment, well seasoned and prepared by machine
ry, invented lor ttio purpose winch insures tho most
Specimens will bo publihscd as early as possible.
ElTGPwATIlTG ON VOOD
r.xceutcdjwith neatness and promptitude. Heads
for newspapers, fac-similcs, ornamental mid plain
rules, &c.flic. cut with the greatest accuracy in typo
metal or wood,
Old cast metal cuts, ornaments, &c. engraved
ever, and made equal to new for half their original
A liberal discount for cash. Six months credit
on tho most approved security. Orders fiom tho
country promptly attended to. All letters mut bo
(jj-Editors of papers in the country who will givo
tho above advertisement a fow insertions, and for
ward u paper containing the same to tho adver
tiser, will be paid therefor in any of tho above men.
Apia 27, mo.
RESPECTFULLY informs the public
that he lids removed his establishment into
the shop lately occupied by C. Kuhlcr,
Esq. where ho intends Keeping on hand
all kinds of
DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS,
AND SADDLES AND BRIDLES,
made of tho best of material, and good
workmanship. He manufactures, a ner
Patent Horse Collar,
acknowledged by all to bo superior to any
ever before made in this county.
lie also mauulactures LEATIIMt and
of any description that may bo required.
All of which will be sold on the most
reasonable terms, and ho will also be ready
to do any work in his line, on short notice,
and solicits a share of public patronage.
Uloomsburg, May 18, 18UU.
WW7"E lay beforo our Bcpublican friends a sub
y V scription paper for our cheap periodical
publication, tho Extjia Glome."
During tho months when Congress is in session,
wo publish the" CoNonEssioNAi GionE," which
gives a condensed report of its proceedings weekly,
for one dollar In tho interval between the sessions
of Congress, wo publsh tho "Extra Globe," for
six months, containing the news, politics, public
documents, and whatever clso of interest oppears in
tho Daily Globe, for the same price. Those two
publications are printed weekly, in book form, to
render them convenient for preservation and refer
ence. Each number contains 1G royal quarto pa
ges. Tho important elections which will take phce
during tho approaching summer and fa'l. will civo
peculiar value to the information to be derived from
this quartet, during the canvass. The new phases
of parties in tho North, and the troubled aspect
which foreign agitation gives to our national af
fairs there, will also impart to tho country for tho
six months preceding tho meeting oftho next Con
gross, more than ordinary interest.
Tho publication oftho "Extiu Globe" will
commence tho first week in May, and end tho first
week in November not.
Payments may bo transmitted by mail, postago
paid, at our risk. Tho notes of any incorporated
bank in the United States, current iu tho section of
country whero a subscriber resides, will be received.
But when subscribers can procuro tho notes of banks
iu the Northern and Middlo Suites, they will plcaso
To insure all thn numbers, tho subscriptions
should bo hero by the 7th of .May.
BLAIR & ItlVES.
(jj"No attention will bo paid to orders unless tho
money accompany tlicin.