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Uo procure their oro, "Wo shall advert to
illio subject again herejfier, as wo have leis-
If i&'jwcssam aw
By a lntt;r from Wilkcsbarrc, wo learn
that the democratic Convention of Luzenro
Mouaty, was held in Kindlon on Tuesday
last, and pliced in nominatoti llic followin?
&r Cw;resa Bcnj. A. Bidlack.
i, (;! H. 13. Wright, Andre-v Cort-
WProlhtnoary'Daci. A. Bedford.
iiij ir v i ruin' I 1111 1 nnt v :nni). ' tviaki
3 T" J b t
A democratic convention wan to liavc
uuuii neivi ;u r.iij. i a. un i nur.uiav lasi.
Tho whig- cry out a hundred guns for
ermont causa vy olio has elected fur
"Straws show which way tho wind
n nws pan ic miG u. ncifMiunr. nil now.
juiiviuuitivi ivj uunriiiitiii imh.ii.i-
At a joint moating of tho Conferees from
inn pnn nttno ni un mn i nxci rti'miviuiii.
convennu ai me riuu nc nousr oi l-cicr iv inn
in ivirrtf innrnRtnn.nn l llnsflnv innl. inn nim
V. ...LtJUUU.I U. W.U '.' I. II U 1 1 I I I f -
Kill, ejecretar cs.
On motion of Samuel Htintzinger, the
creneniiaia m inn srvnrai unn ernpd wnrn
produced, lrom which it annoarcd that the
llUid WUIUUIUiili Al.ijJ( 11111 JUrUliaAIKEUlii
in t. .limn i'.iiir-ir nun iiiiniidn ii n fi v
rtiiu omiii vi!kiii iiuii. kJ-LiiiNB i-i. i 'h i nr.
On motion uf Hon. S. N. P.d-ncr,it was
MAJOR SAMUEL F. IIEADLEY,
Inn tlcmnnratin nannulnln Irnm fhn rvtnnhn
earn District in wo Benaicoi i'ant!3Yivania.
craerv oi i no sain jjibuici ;i3 woriuv oi meir
ku fin mi :u ire curiiiiiir tneui on.
Jlesolvcd That (ho straight-forward
oiiurn lii niiiiL 1111 t iiii uu Riiii
nnmiHii i(i nur i-uriii;ii sunn oil lur rL'.e-mv
Resolved That we feel increased confi-
er nr. in r iw il.ii i ijli nuiiiiij i vjiv-
fpemj . r i - 1
vhmfi 1 1 Iiip mnr ortrl mnrilrtrAf thf nine
Until i iiiit r 1 1 Tit ci i una nnnn it nim in inr nun.
nvi u.i wiiii siirn xirriiiii iioii'.jr in uiiiiarii.
nnn anvaninnrn. m if i m imiiz":ii nr 11112 nnm-
Resolved That, in common with the
1 ail the passage of the INDEPENDENT
A .IV ll.fi ft. J U1L J l J J-J IIS U lllUllaTKtU I -J k. 1 T
croiccteil. ami moat admiral) v ca cu atcil to
innntri no. noftn uiiirnrnirr
Resolved That theso proceedings be
W. DONALDSON, Prcs't.
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i ill inip TPiiriit'iL iiiiuiH'Tii in ii i :i 1 1 in li h.
ir i " i J'J visit, received Ins cueais witb
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I rilH. I 1 II V HIIKU 11 11 IV IUA lilt 1 11IV
eturned l tho Ilermitado on l'riuay.
Gen. Harrison lfas not resigned yet.
The proceedings of tho Delegate Con
vention in another colu-nn wilt show that
tho Democrats of Columbia county have
nominated a ticket, and we can asstiro our
friends that it is n strong one. Mr. Head
lt;y is a lawyer by profession, but ha long
since discontinued practice, and paid atten
tion to the manufacture of iron, in- Conner
lion with his mercantile husfues's'. Wo
will give him a Imlping hand in Schuylkill,
and wo know ho will provo both an r.Hs
and cllicicnt representative in the Senate.
Our old friend Snyder, will this time have
his wishes gratiliedj and no bettor choice
could havo bten made than Fkuit for Sher
itY and Rupert for Treasurer. It a a good
ticket a sjrong ticket and wo feel satis
fied it will receive the unanimous support
ef tho now harmonized party of the "Star
of the North." Poltsville Emporium.
The "Star of the North." In rongrat
ulatiug the sterling Democracy of Cwlumbia
county, upon ihtfir judicious seleetior. of
Maj. IIeadlky as the candidate for Senatoi
we bnt reitcraie the spontaneous feelings of
his numerous friends throughout tho stale.
Mr. Ilcadlcy is known as the inflexible de
mocrat: the unyielding advocate of tho peo
ple's rights as guaranteed by tho constitu
tion and as tho ardent and uncompromising
disciple of tho immortal Jefferson. An ac
complished ocholar and a ready and elo
quent debater, his election will secure an a
blo and desirable acquisition to the r.oblo
band of democrats in tho Senate, to whom
tho people may confidently look as the guar
dians of the sacred palladium of their-liberties,
From the high character of the confeicos
appointed in Columbia and Schuylkill, we
have no doubt but that Mr. Ilcidluy's nomi
nation will bo unhesitatingly confirmed.and
his election ensured by an overwhelming
The nomination of Col. SnYDnn for
tlie Assembly, is also a judicious nomina
tion, and will ro doubt prove popular.
The Census. The taking of the census
will develnpo many curious facts. In
Queens County, the Marshal discoveted a
perfect Albino. Itwnsau active child of
three years old, whoso parents wtro ne
groes. The child was perfectly white,
had tho pink shade bltio eyes of this class
of beings, with hair white and crisped like
In a single ward in the city of New York
the returns of the present census comprise
no less than 901 vvhito persons, over 20
years cf ae, who can neither read nor
Robert McConoly of Huntingdon county
ha3 been convicted of tho murder of his
mother-in-law, Kosanna Brown, his sister-i
in-law, Elizabeth Brown and his Wollieis-in-law,
John Brown, George Brown, David
Brown, and Jacob Browiand sentenced to
GOV. LINCOLN'S SPEECH.
In adverting to this speech, the editor of
tho National Gazette, a leading Philadelphia
Whig paper judiciously remarks:
" Mr. Lincoln's speech animadverting on
Mr. Oglo is very Revere. IT IS A SAT
ISFACTORY VINDICATION OF THE
PRESIDENT FROM ANY BLAME
THAT MAY HE ATTACHED TO
HIM FOR PEnH0N.1L EXTRAVA
GANCE." THE PRESIDENT'S HOUSE.
From Mr. Lincoln's speech it will bo
teen that tho following are the appropria
tions, made by Congress to tho President's
House successively, since tho erection of
that mansion :
John Adams' Administratian
Thomas Jefferson's "
Jolin Q. Adams'
Martin Van Uuren's
So much for Ogle's charge againtt the
present administration of I'xlravaganco.
Governor Lincoln, who is a Harrison man,
says that Ogle charges all the Presidents
"0 havo had. except General Washington,
with being THIEVES 1
THE GAME CONFESSED.
Dawson of the Datrnit Advertiser, (ten
the Evening Journal of Monday,) after
ciowin;' over glorious triumphs in Illinois,
add : "The foregoing arc all from ?r',ig
sources, and nia! in aoif co'srs berxag.
gcratcd. At ait, evknth thky should
iuT too uiI'mcitly hulikd or;.
After tho inforiuatiou in tho flsbt part of
tho paragraph, the caution was wholly un
necessary. "Any administration but this 1" as the.
old woman said when she lay shaking witn
fever and oguo.
r Xlraordinary phuj upon i.--Charlcs
X, x king of FiaiiCRjW'as xtravagantly xtoll
cd, but is xceedingly xecrated. He xhibi
tod xtraordinary xcellonce in xigency, ho
was xcmplary in xternalH, but xtrinsic on
xaminalioiij he xutie under xhortalion,
rirome in xcitcmcnt, and xtraordinary ju
xtemporo xpression. He was xpitriat'ed
for liis xcesses.and to xpiate his xtravaganco
xisted and xpircd in xilc.
Wo tee by the St. Louis New Era.oftho
I81I1, that information lias been received at
JerTeraun Barracks, that the Winnebagoes
lum again returned to their old homes on
the cast side of the Mississippi. In consc
quelicu, the proper uflieci1 has ordered six
companies of the 8ih regiment, now at the
Barracks, to repair to tho territory in ques
tiou.for tho purposo of compelling the indi
ans'to leave it. Tho troops will move as
soon as possible.
Speedy Jii3tice. William Lacy was ar
rested at UiitTilo on Wednesday evuulti"
last, just before sun down, for robl)iu an
itinerant trinket nedlcr of iewclrv. Oiii!ib
following morning ho was imluted, and uy
t3 o'clock, I . M. convicted .uul sentenced i(
Auburn Tor 5 years the highest term
which the statnio prescribes. At the same
time George Henderson was iWud guilty of
passing couuter.eit ihoiirv, and seute.iced to
Auburn for 5 years.
Tho Now York Journal of Coinuiercc,(r
whig paper) says that Mr. Biddle h.-u
"caused the ruin of -MORE BU SUN ESS
MEN than have hemi overthrown by ALL
other causej for tho last twenty years."
Dreuilful Occident. Just as our paper
was going to pros wt Irnrned that the Pow
der Mill, near St. Glmr, owned by Messrs.
F'ock and Sbclizer was Wo-vn up killing
one person, whosa naino ,u lmt-e not Icjrn
ed, and severely injunmj anoihor. We
have no furtlier particulars i'ottsville
The vote of Union count.', Illinois, was
018 democrat!, u 15 feds, tliii is the right
Union. Gen. Hard Cider is kicked out" of
tho enmity common schools ate plenty in
rr 1 . t
naru ctuer Hurrahs. It was a savin of
ueau -vvin, tlial little soulcd people are like
narrow necked bottles; the less they have
in mem trie mine noise ihoy mak
111 pouring out.
MARRIED By tho Rev. D. S. Tobias,
we lum 111st. vjr. UhARLES SEII
1U1( M. I)
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D. of Noriliampton county,
r'INA BUSS, of Col. co.
By the samo on the same day, Mr.JON
ATI! AN KKEUTZ, to Miss HANNAH
MILLER, both of Danville.
Will be a Volunteer candidate to repre
sent the counties of Columbia and Schuyl
kill, in the Senate of Pennsylvania.
Cattawissa, Sept. 12, 1840.
Will be a Volunleor candidate to reorn
sent Columbia county in the Legislature of
Cattawissa, Sept, 12, IBiO.
Inform? the public tlmlhehasrcturr.cil toUIoom.
luirg.aftt'r an abonco tinea January last, and can bo
found at tho Hotel uf Daniel Snjdcr, where ho nill
bi nt all limes ready to attcml to pnticnta who aro
atllictcd with Hheumatic pair.- in the limbs or body.
Uloomsburg Sept. C, 1840. 1
18 IIES WAIJLS
"JUST received from tho Colilirook Nail Works
9l made fionv thu DANVILLE OltE, and will
bo sold to tlinio who buy to .ell asain very cheap
fur OAS1I, to closo tlio sales.
Danville, Aug. 14, 1810.
TO THE ELECTOKS 01' COLUJIBIA
Fellow Citizens : At tho rolicitation of
many friend- in various parts of the county,
I hereby offer myself as a candidato for the
at tho cnsuiiiL' General Electiou, and re
spectfully solicit your votes and interest for
the office. If elected, I pledge myself to
perform the duties of tho office with fidelity
Bloomfburg, July 29, .1810.
The Seiiiiind md Cnt.ervalot, Berwick,
pnbl'Ji the above till election.
Wc are authorised to announce
as a volunteer candidate for
at the approaching election,
E'ccach SiSicunir.ljsKi Uocsoi-,
T6 THE ELECTOIIS OP COLUMBIA
Fellow Citizens .'Being solicited by a
number of my friends throughot tho coun
ty, I again place my naiiio before the pub
lic as a candidate for the Offico of
and most respectfully solicit yeur suffrages.
Aadison, July 24, 1840.
YraTHEREAS, by un act of tho General Awcm
yig bly of tho Commonwealth of Vcnnsylva
hia, entitled " An act rtlaling to the elections of this
Commonwealth, paascd tho 2d day of July, A. D.
18;)!)," it ii inado tho duty of tho Sheriff of every
county to r;ivc public notice of such election to lie
holdon, and to make known in such notice what of
ficers are to be elected : Therefore,
I, WILLIAM KITCHEN,
High Sheriff of the county cf Columbia, J10 jiakd
kvow.v by this advc-tHcment to tho Electorsof sold
county of Columbia, that a
will bo held in tho FoiJ county, on Turwlay the lath
d.y of October at tho several dutricU thereof
as follows, to wit:
Bloom lowmliip, at tlu houso of Charles Docb
ler, in liloonifcburg.
Brier Creek township, at the town house in Ber
wick. C.itaw!3--a township, at tho house now occupied
by David Clark, in tho town of Cutuwisaa.
Derry towiirkip, (a separate election district) at
tho houso of Jacob Scidil i'i siid township,
Fishing; Creek township, at the liou-iu of Danisl
Peeler, in siiid tonlnp.
GrecnpooJ tovtuhip, utlho houso now occujiicd
by Juseph Lcimirj.
Hemlock township, at the house of John M'Key
ncldi, in sjid tiiwnship,
Jackson township, at tho houso of Joshua Savage,
in said to.viifliiii.
Liberty to nship, at the houso of Henry Gibson,
in said timndiip.
Limcotin town-hip, (a separate election district) at
the Union School ho.iso iu fiaid towtii.hip.
Alnhoning township, at the Court House in Dan
ville. Mifflin tovnifV'p, at the lion.-e of John Keller, jr.
in s.iid township.
Madion township, at tho house of Jeremiah
Wcllhcr, in Jerseytoywn.
Mount l'leasant township, at the house of Fred
erick Miller in caiii township.
Montour township, at tho house of Leonard Laz
arus, in said township.
Knjr ailoaf tow nship, at tho houso of Etekiel Cole,
in said township.
Koaring Creek township,at tho house of John
Y'-ngcr, in said township.
Uian'jo township, at tho,hou-o of I. C. Johnson,
in tho town of Untic-cviUc.
Tho Ditrict Composed of that part of Mifllin
township, laid oil' for a new township, to bo called
" '.txtou,' which by an act of Assembly, passed tho
first day of April, 103&, was establish into a s.iim-
rato election district at the house of Adam Michciil
111 the caul district.
Valley township, at tho house of
in eaid township.
At which time and place are to bo elected byjtho
freemen, of the county of Columbia,
for member of Congress,
for member- of Scnuto of tho Commonwealth of
for member of tho Hou90 of Representatives of the
i.omrnomvcaltn ot rennsylvnmu.
for county Treasurer.
for eounlv Auditor.
In pursuance of an Act of tho General Assem
bly of tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, cuti
tied "An act relating to tho elections of this Com
monwealth,," passed tho Sd day of July A.D.1S30.
Notice is hereby Given,
"That every person, except jusu.-es of tho peace,
who shall hold any office or appointment cf profit
or trust under tho government of tho United Stite3,
or of this State, or of any city or incorporated dis
trict, whi'tlicr a commi.isio.ioJ oflicer or otherwise,
u subordinate ofTu er or agent, who is, or shall bo
employed under tho legislative, executive or judicij.
ry department of this Siutc, or of the United Statos,
or ot any city or incorporated dU.iict, and al;o,ll.at
every member of Congr.'ts, and"of tho Slate LrgU
lalurc, and qf tho select or comir.04 council of any
city, or commissioners of any incorporated District,
is by Itw, ineapablo of holding or uxercising at tho
samo timo tlio ollico or appointment of Judge, In
spertor, or Clerk, of an election of this Common
wealth, and that no inspector, Judge or other officer
ol any tut 11 clu-nou, shall be Hiaililo to any olhcc
to 113 tiim vetea lur.
And iho said Act of Assembly, entitled " un Act
mating t.i the chvtions of this Commonwealth,"
passed July 2d, IS'J'J, further provides us followr, to
" That tho Inspectors and Judges chosen as afore
said, shall meet at tho respective places appointed
for holding llu Election in the" District to which
they respectively belong, before nine oVlock in tho
morning of tho Second Tuosday of October in each
und every year,' and each of ojiu insprclura shall Hj.
point 0110 clerk, who shall be a qualified otcr of
" In oa! the person who shall have received tho
second highest number of votes fir judo shall
not attend o l'ie day of any election, the per
son who shall havo received tlu seco.id highest nu.n
ber of votes for judgi nt tho next preceding election,
shall act as a judge in his place, and in case
tho person who shall havo tcccivcd tho highebt num
ber of votes for inspector shill not attend, tho per
son elected a Judgo shall appoint an inspector in his
place; and in caso tho peraon elected a Judgo shall
net intend, then tho inspector who roceiwd tho high
est number ol otes, ehall appoint a judge in his
place; anil if nny vacancy shall continue in tho
board for the space of 0110 hour after tho timo lived
by law for tho openingof tho election, tho qualified
voters of tho township, vird or district, fur which
pucli officer bhull have been elected, present at tho
placo of election, shall elcci one of their number, to
fill such vacancy.
" It shall bo tho duty of said ns-essors respective
ly, to attend at tho place of holding every general,
peclil, or lownalup election, during, the whole timo'
e&id election is kept open, fir llo purpo-e of glvinfl
informttion to the inspertors and juu-. hm V
Ied on,inroItiontith-rfhKf '
sd by them to vote t ujli ihxjtki ,' of mvh rthm
matlrrs in lelntion to tbs j)smet1t o voteis -a
tho id iriiectors or jadg.-, or either of them, thall
lrom tims to timo en iret
"No person shall bo permitted to voto at any c
lection ai oforcreid, other than a white freeman of
tlio ago of twcnty-nr.c years or mora, who shall have
reaided mlhu state nt least one yea. , aiulin election
district where ho offern to vote at least teui'-" ;m
mcdialoly preceding such election, and wit-ii'n tv-o
years paid n state "or county tax, which shall huvo
been assessed at least ten days before the election.
But a titizen of the, United States, -who hail prcv'
ously been a qualified voter of this stale, and rr., nv
cd then from and returned, and wN, "ifll h;i' r r
sided in Iho election district.aud piudtc"-i ifve
snid. shall lm onlitl-.-d to voto after rccsiding u tbi
state six months. Provided, That the whiu f -men.
citizens of the United ftitip, bitv-.r;. i,.
ages of twenty-one and twenty-two nnd having n.
siuod in this state one -.ear and in tho elretbii dr
tritt ten days ns aforesa'd, shall in witulcd to v? e,
oltbough they Rhnll not Imvu iiud taxes.
No person shall be admitted to vste wlio-- ua, :.o
is not nmtaincil in the list of taxabmiii.ub.tM 1
furnished by the commjisioners as aforesaid, u:i!-,
r irst: He ptoduccs a icceipt for the naVmeht.willi
111 two years, of u btuto or county cij aaos.-l .
grceably to the constitution, and civo Eatisla. iui f
cv,druce either on hi own oai u. ufiirin "'1--.. ol
another, that bo lias paid fuch a tar, or on .1 i:i
uro to produce a receipt, s'uull msUo oalh to tho ptiv.
incut thereof, or Second i If ho claim a right tu
vrilc by being mi doctor between the r.ges of t c:i-ty-rjiio
mid twenl).t,vo jutrs, ho shall depom t
oath or aflirmation, that ho has raided iu the stain
at feast one year next l efom his applirclK-.i, ai.d
make sucii proof of residence in tho district ui i,i
rtijaired by this act; mid that hn does verily bc
Iievo from tho accounts given him that lie is of tho
ago aforesaid and givos such other evidence cs in
icrjuired by this act, whereupon tho name of tho
person so admitted to vote shall he inserted in thn
alphabetical list by the inspectors ui .1 a r.cte rr.nd
opposite thorn.) by writing tho word "tax," it ho
shall bo aui.'it.cd to voo by reason of having jai.
a tax, or tha word ugc," if he shall br admitted
to vote on account of his age, and in either casd
the rc.uou cf buch voto shall bo called out to tho
clerks, who shall make the iiko notc3 in the list of
voters kept, by therm
In all .."ies w--ro tho name of thu f orsan claim
ing to vote is not found 011 the list furnished by .
cou.missionei 1 ami esscssor, or bis riht to veto
whether found thereon or not, is obj-cled In by any
qualilit-d citizen, it shall he tho duty of the inspec
tors to examine such person 0:1 oath as to his qi.al.
ifications, and if he claims to havo reside wi.iuii
thoslato for one v car 01 r.iirr, LI. oath shall be
sufficient proof thereof, but lit1 shall make proof by
at least one competent witness, who shall be quali
fied elector, that ho has resided within thotliMtict
for ton days next immeJiateiy iirccoi'iiig said
election, and shall also himself uwear that his bona
tide residence, in pursuant of his lawful colling, U
within the district, and that he did not remove intd
said district for the purporo of voting therein.
Every porson qualified as aforesaid, and who .hall
mako duo prosf, if required of his residence and
payment of taxes, as aforesaid, shall ho admitted tu
vote in tho township, ward or distiict iu which he
If any person slnll prevent or attempt to prevent
any officers of an election under this act from h '
ing such election, or uso or tV.r."t'ii a-.y violcnco
to any suchofiiccr, or shall interrept or iim-iopeily
interfere with him in the excrution of his duty, or
shall block up, or attempt to block up the wimW
or avenue to any wir.doW whore the samo may li
Iioldcn, or shall riotously disturb tho peace at such
election, or shall uso or praclico any intimidation,
thrats, foico, orviolcncr, -vlth'dnrlgn to Influence
unduly or overawe any elector, or to prevent him'
from voting, or to restrain the frew'rTii of ch.i'cr
such peison on conviction shnll be'lyiml In ar.y -uai
not exceeding five hundred dobars, and b& iuij" 1
oncd for any timo not lens than one or more tb.111
twelve mo...:.,.. And if it shall be shown to ti.n
court where the trial ufsivh off-. .cc ell '11 be ha '
thattlie pc-ison so oUUiJ.ng w.i-net a lc&iJent 01
the city, ward, district, or township wnc 'he ..ai.l
offenco was committed, and not fi.litled to vof.
therein, then, on conviction, he i hall bo scntencc-u
to pay a fine of not less than ou; Lunuidd nor nioio
than one thoiUand dollars, and bo imprisoned
not less than six months nor in;.-o llun two
Ifaiiyperpon or pSrsons shall mako liny bet 01
wager upon tho result of nny 'election with'n this
commonwealth, or bhall olilr to make rttiy suth "n '
or wager, cither by verbal proclamation li"tnl. o
by "ny written or piiiUcdaueitiai a.t.r.ta rh-ilenj,.
or invito any pcTfon or persons to moke su-h ' et
or wager, upon convictio 1 thereof he or the
futfi.it jiid py thrco tiaxcs the amou it o ' .
rsfl'ereil to be bU
If any person, not sy law qtiklim-u.
shall fraudulently vols at any election witu
111 this commonwealth, or liuius; uthervvini
qualified, shall vole cut uf hi? nroucr ili;
tri t, or if any pBrson knowing tho viar.t el
such-qualification shall aid or procure fucIi
person to vote, the persons so offendini-.
shall on conviction, bo fined in nny su:.
not exceeding two hundred dollars, and
imprisoned for any term not exceeding thn
"If any porson shall vets at msro tliar.
one election duiriw, or othcrui o frau
lenily voi more than onca on tlio aainu tiny
or shall fraudulently fold and deliver to tl.a
intptiutor two tickcta together with tho in
tent to illr'ally voto, or -hall procure a..i!ili-'
er so to do, he or they so offending,
on con-iction be fined in any susi not los
than fii'ty nor more than fivo huntlrotl
lars, and' ho tnipriso'ifd far nny lerm" vol
less than three nor mnro' than twlvo
"If any person nnt (pi-lificd to voto iu
ibis commonwealth sj'.sc.V.o is law,(exv.,ei
the to;.i f qualified citizens) sh-,11 r ;- -nt
anv' pl.i'ie of election for the purna-o r"
issuing tickets, or of influencing the citizen
qualified to vote, he shall, on convicti.111,
forfeit and pay any mini not exceeding O''.
hundred dollars for every such offence, c- !
bo imprisoned for any term not exceeding
The Judges are to mako their returns faf
the county 01 uoiuinuia, at 1110 uourt
House iu Danvillo on Friday tho lGitt
of October. A. D. 1840.
GobTsave the Commonwealth.
WILLIAM KITCHEN, Sk'JJ?
Sheriff's Ofli-e, Danville, ?
Sent. 6, 1850 5