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As (lie democratic
Ponfereers of Luzerne and ('oltimbia,
hive nominated Gen. Win. S. Ross,
i111 the candidate of thu parly for Sato
Senator, it may Ik proper to glvo your
itIit Mitno arcotint of tlin aoiviru rcn
il ml liy his K.ilhor and Uncle, during
Revolutionary War, and the
' -la.MPro of Wyoming. The Father of
(l;n. Iloss,was but sixteen years of age,
and although so young, ho had already
marched at tho head of the scouting par
jv to protect tiro selllcmonts above
Uill.esbarre, which had been attacked
by the Indian?, and several of llio in
'.ibitants killed. Mr. Ros liad two
b others older than himself, in the bat
il i of Wyoming, Loth of whom fell on
that bloody day, one of ihcm, being an
i!licer in llio regular army, had obtained
permission to return home on hearing
that I lie selllementii along the Sti(jue
panna had been nttarlccd by the Indians.
After the death nf his brothers and
fa'ljer, llf support of hi.i mother and
ihelfamily's of bis bothers, devolved Upon
iim, and every hur that could bo spar
ed from bin country service devoted tn
their protection and cntnfoiU. Surh
was the Father of Gen. Ross, Gener
ous and brave, and such is hi 9 son es
teamed by all who know him, for the
uibaoily of hi manners, the kindness ol
Ins heart.aritl the integrity of his word
lie is and always has been the open &
avowed friend of ibe Pioclcctive Tarill
opposed lo Iherepeal oflhc liirilfof 18-1S.
itisfii'd that Hi: eonlintianec will (jromnte
the beat interest of tho labourer, Me
chanic and Fanner. Uuing himself a
Farmer, lie know thai a farmeis iuleis'
is closely connected with the interest
of the mechanic, and 'that on? canno'
ho injured or benefitted without a cor
responding injury or advantage to !ln
No man in Ivizerne county bag a
flronger hold upon the report of hi
fi How citizens than Gen. Rois, all
concede to him b f.iirncs and plain deal
ings in al hi? transaction,:, civil nm1
political, which in the turmoil of politics
.ire frequently overlooked. Tile peoph
nf Columbia may be proud of their rep
reenlalive should ho be elected, and
it the friends of a Protective Tariff are
iruo lo themselves ho will he elected
by a majority of H500. Luzerne count)
will (jive him a majority larger than
fho lKb' uer ivu 10 any indiilv'iiluil.
Wilkoibarre, Sept. 85 15-11.
TO THE VO I ERS OF I.IJZRRNE
AND COLUMHIA COUNTIES.
Ftllow Citizens :
The nnntin.tlinn "f tlcn.
W. y. ROSS by tlie Conferee of this Sen
Hiorial Unmet, n nnrlioii havirir withdrawn
pi n-os linn hefori! y uu as the only regular
i-niilidatc of the Democratic party in tin
tiflu. a regret in learn thai Hie bianding
I'liinniittcc, represented by only a part ol
dieir number, have determined, for reasons
only satisfactory lo themselves, to bring for
ward Andrew Beaumont lo oppose the rcg
nUr ticket. It can only Lo accounted for
liy the 'fact that private intercuts aru to be
riiiisulted, and not the public good that n
lew famishing, hungry expectants. men who
cannot live' without plunder, or young al
tnrtiics, with no liojiu of a brief, but whose
iteceeniilcB demand small favors in the wax
nf olfiee, must have a candidate, or the)
mum continue in iheir mailed obscurity.
Me is jtisi the man they want. Ilungr)
himself, and bont on living from tho public
crib, be is willing to distract a parly Iroin
which he has received unmerited favors, &
risk the, chance of success by the opponents
of our' parly.
But causecof difference need not bo dwell
upon now. Vital interests are at stake,
uch ns are important to us at home, and
oust be sustained. Gen Hoss is nominated
to maintain, as far as will be his province
ilio policy which Pennsylvania has rceog
uiziid, end without which our District can
iint prnsper. All now bdmit that tho Tarill'
t 1812 was a wise measure. Almost all
mlinil it. All here who would see us pros
i et.kunw and feel il to be so. Judge Km.
understands it to bo nn important policy
Ho is a Tariff man. Tlic interests of (Jo
lumbia and Luzerne would bo cold unn
dead without il. On this subject be it
mum! and able. Ho has been a constant
and judicious menu ol iulvrnal improve
itii.nl n rir.wtnnl !iil nr'intln'il fill I'm'litA 111
the economical administration of the publii
monies, and si homo decidedly popular,
because a plain, common sense, open, gen
irons, honest and intelligent citizen.
And now does he contrast with the irregn
J candidate! Ross, tSo friend of llie Tarifl
-nf liberal improvements a high minded
.' itizen, capable of sustaining by his etluea
inn, all our interests -and Beaumont, an
"pen enemy of the Tariff an avowed ene
iv oflhe Tariff, u denouncer of thu mens
and the men w ho passed it, who has
inin publicly anil privately, by mcotings,
i' c denounced it and spoken against it the
aaure, the leading measure of our policy.
) i upon ibis ground alone, we would have
J.i- result tested, Wo are anxious lo sua
in (Sen. Rosa ns the friend nf this gieat
iimho, against its opponent. Wo arc
"tiling that lint battle should be fought on
iIt ami Tuesday of October in ibis District
pun thu single issue 'are you for Ross
id t5io proiectivo policy, by uhich our
' "i and our coal microti, llio tanner aim
SaNfciar.ufaclurt'r are made lo pro&pct lino
years,1 or 'arc you for Beaumont, with hia Mr. Markln lias im-ei tailed of llio ror
withering notions of Free Trade, bis nar.tuptiotis of office. Bedford Coon.
row views his wish to do every thing tha f And why? Doeauso llio people would
may lead lo a modification oflhe Tarifff' . never give him a chance. This same Mr.
thus utisedlin?. where wo need repose, and IMnrkle was a candidate for Brigadier Getier
destroy our co ifidcnco of tho security of any
measure of pointy.
The isauo then hn it -'Ross and the
Tariff? against 'Jieuumont and Free
Trade.' Such are .heir sentiments. Al
who read our papers know this. Wo fear
not the result.
Pursuant to public notice, a meeting ol
the friends of General William S. Ross,
and recti) r nominations was held at the
House of John It Dean in VVilkcsbsrre. on
the evening of Wednesday, Sept. 25, 181 1
John 0. Snow was chosen President.
and iMathias Bellas, John Linskill, Hmor 10
Ullis and Obarles Weetlield.Vico Presidents
and John B Vaughn, and iSamuel 0 Mi
On motion a committee nf seven, consist
ing of George M Hnlcnhack. Mai- F, L
Bowman, Elijah Shoemaker, Stephen
Vaughn, John T Uoblson, Chariot II Hay,
and Henry reltebonc, were appointed to
report resolutions expressive of the sense of
The Committee alter a short absence
reported tho following
The Democratic County Convention at
Myers' appointed Dr., And row Bedford.and
Henry Syuert Congressional ami Senatorial
Conferees, to meet ihoso from Columiin
and select a suitable person to ropiesen
this district in Congress, and also a prope
person for the Senate of PeniKvl"ania.
At tho tunc ih'sigiiated for Iheir meelinu
two sets of Conferees presented llieinselves
each claiming a seal in the Conference
tho legularly appointed Conferees from
Cilnmbia county Henry Webb and George
Morris, were recognized and admitted from
Columbia lo iho exclusion of those ropre
smiting an informal meeting, who had nam
ed George Mack fur Congress and Andrew
Beaumont for the Scna'e. Alter the regular
iraauization of tho Conference, tho Cnnfo
I'd i e cm named, to wit. Bedford, Syborl. Wcbl
nut Morris, with the Conlerocs of Wyom
ng County, upon first tnllbt unaniinoush
recommended 0. D Leib as the regular can
lulato lor Uongrcss, ihus brought forwatd
wiiiioui a uissentir.g voice, wo conceive
therj will be no opposition to his roengni
lion. Tho Congressional Conference thus
negan, and thus ended.
I he eonforenco then in accordance with
ilmir duly proceeded to ballot for a Senator
I.uziinu presented the name of Andrew
lleaumor.t, in ohcilieuco to the instructions
of the county conveiiiioii;and the Conferees
through four successive davs adhered in
hi in. the Columbia conferees as steadily re
using lo support mm I heir reasons arc
their own, their right to do so unquestioned
I lie Luzerne conferees sreccdud from the
coiifercs after 'a . It icli Gen. Win. S ltoi
was reetilam unrninairri lie is their ovtiii
candidate, and Iho object ol this meeting r
to sustain him thus regularly brought for
ward against Andrew lio.iu iii.imt , who seek-
to defeat him by offering himself through
his friends as an opponent, and thus leaving
dm Democratic party divided and subject
to iho hazard of success of a parly (bat at
uu lime in this district has succeeded or
can succeed when there is unity of action
on our part.
Under ihese circumstances, we tho De
moeralic friends of Gen; V. S Ross hereby
First That wc, Nippon him becaiis.
he pomes lo us regularly nominated.
6'cloihI H-caiisu his views on all the
threat ques'iionh aflecling our home indu-
try, and thu countrys good, to wit: tip
tn iff, internal improvements, & educa
tion, arc sound and matured.
Jlesolved That we areassurcd by his
Columbia friends that his majority will
Ilcsolved That we owe it to oiu
selves to cheek and oppose any at tempt
toinUrfure with tegular nominations.
llesolvcd That we hail with gralifi
cation the most certain piospeet of the
election of Polk, Dallas and Sliuuk.
Resolved That our support ol oiu
democratic, county ticket shall bo full,
ardent and triumphant.
On motion, the preamble and Resolu
tions were unanimously adopted.
After which tho meeting was ably ad
diessed by ILniy Pullebone, and An
drewT, Mc'Clintork, Esqr's
On motion, Resolved thai these pro
ceedings he published in (he Caibondale
Gazette and all Iho Democratic papers
in the district,
Signed by tho Officers.
CHARACTER OF COL. POLK.
Al a whig ina3s meeting near Wellsiille,
Ohio, Col. John A. Rogers, a distinguished
nd talunted sneaker from I ennessee, was
present by invitation, to address tho lissom
binge, which 'no did at length- With lite
magnanimity characteristic of an honorable
opponent, he prefaced his remuiks by stut
mg that 'it was proper for him lo declaro,
that Col. Polk as a man and n gonlleman,
had ndsupcrioi; that ho had known mm in
private life, and served with him in tho Leg
tslative Hall; that in p'-iinl of talent hn had
fow equals, ami his integiiiy ol character
was above suspicion.
JJtam oj j umr a,i , '
T . f
wueo ami, wei Known luruuyiiuiii
i- i . . - , .... .i... iitiI,
cotinirv. uiuu ai oaiuuna, iuw.t,"ti inn i
of last Auyust,
al, and was defeated ha was a candidate
for a scat in the Legislature, and was dofoai
ed ho was a candidalo in 18118 for u seat
in Congress, and scarcely obtained votes
enough to put him on the return I In ever)
instance, loo, no ran behind Ins Ucltcl, and
was always badlv beaten in his own town
ship, among his imniediato neighbors. The
old coon is not to blame for never having
Maslcd of the corruptions of offioe.'from the
fact that his neighbors Mover would elect
him, although ho has been running nearl)
all his life '.hue. The people of Weslmore
land know him to be destitute of qualifioa
lion ilioy look upon his nomination as a
perfect burlesque and will again prevent
him, at the ballot box, from Mr.sting oflhe
corruptions of ofTieo' by giving his oppo
nent, Francis R. Sliunk', a majority of at
least twenty live hundred votes in his own
county JJedford Gazelle.
A VISION AT NAUVOO.
Though Joe Smith is dead. the fifth of
prophecy remains with some of his fol-
. . . .
towers, woo seem to exercise u as Joe
did, fur their own advantage. Sidney
lligdnn has had a quaricl with twelve
and they have cut him off fiom the
onurcli. no threatens to come out
with an exposition, and professes lo
have had a vision, in which it was shown
him all that would transpire to the
winding-up scene. He says he ha-j re
c tved the keys of David, spoken of in
tho third chapter of Iho Revolalion
which shulleth ami no man oponoiti,and
openth and no man shettcth. It has
been shown to him that tho temple will
not he finished, and in less than font
years theic will bo blood shed; about
ibis time the saints will ft Jit die first
great battle at Clumbcrsbii'g. in Perm
-ylvania, Iho serond at Uaiiisbuig;
Itli.tt L'hiladalphia,4th at Ujliimore;5th
at Washington; sixth al Richmond;
seventh, at New Yor k; eight, al lioslon
ninth, on the Hudson ;lenth and Inst on
this continent, at Monmouth, New Jer-
ey.in which they will defeat the forces
of Queen vicloriajtake tho shipping thai
brought over her army, and pass ovei
in divisions, to England, Franco and
Spain, and finally complete tho con
quest of the woild and fight Iho baltle
ot Gog and Magog at Jerusalem, when
t'e Siviour will appear which will be
in about eleven years Irom this lime.
Sidney says the keys he holds arc above
those held by Joseph. lie has ordain
ed .several prophets, who aru not to leave
tativoo at present, but n sign will be
given thum when lu leave, so that they
mjy assemble and take command of the
army. If they have so grand a wailiki'
job lo perform, they had bettor begin
-toon, li will ako some time In carry
out this design of universal conquest.
A gentleman in Biooklyn, says tho A-
merican, has in his garuou a grape vine.
tvtuch has already borne two crops ol
grapes, and is now again in blossom.
October Elections. The following
States hold their elections for Stale officers
JiMober, to wit : Maiyland votes Oct
i; tieoigia do. 7: Arkansas do 7; Pennsyl
vauia do 8; New Jersey do 8 and 0: Ohio
do 8, South Caiolma do 14. Those Slates
gave eighty six Electoral voles, and the Oc
tuber elections for Stale officers are lookec
to with much solicitude, as their votes than
it is supposed, will ir.dicato iheir pieference
for President and Vice President.
DEMOCRATS DO YOUR DUTY.
Democrats do not feel to secure with re
garil lo the election of our candidalo for
Governor. Francis R. Shunk having had
much experience in all thai relatos to the
duties of Chief Magistrate, and his oppo
ucnt having had none at all, it is eouceedid
oven by the whigs, that our candidalo is
justly entitled to the sullrages oflhe people,
1 his lad has tendered tho democrats cer
lain of his election believing thai very many
oi our opponents will vole lor him. ll is
probable that many honest wings, knowing
the importance of a capable governor, will
in so. lint supposing thuy should not, and
wo, being careless ami Inactive from our
immaginary security, should slay at home,
Iho consequence would be that our earidi
date would sulfur a defeat, As such a lliing
might very easily happen, we warn our
Irieuds in be active, mid seo that every de
mocrai will be out, all acting as if ShuukV
election depended upon a single vote,
Democrats do your duly, and seo thai every
democrat doposils bis vote for Shunk 6'wi
Texas Rorder'l'Ue Alexandria (Red
River) Republican, of Saturday, iho 17lh
mat, savs 'a cnuricr extraordinary arriveJ
at Fort Jesstip on tho Wednesday provjous.
with a eoinniuiiitalion Irum rroBiuoni
Houston lo tho commandor of that post, li
was doetnod of sufficient imporlanco to bo
forwarded to Washington by express, This
despatch, in all probability, relatos lo tin
threatened Mexican invasion ol llio lerrno
ry of Texas.
the Rev. William J.
tho 28lh nil. by
Eypr, Mr, David
',,UAN11S. of Knowlton, W
- . ,n,a c ., ,tv,, evv
Now . uisev, to MISS UATIIAHINL 3Ni
liiKis, of Millliu lowuiliip.
, ,,i- .... i,:..
DIED. Sent. .18th. in Peliin.llllnnis.
al lie house of her brother-in-law, Dr;.,,,c Senate last winter.
J. Mans, Mhs Hannah BooN.Eaged 18
VQai !, youogct d .oghter of he late Mr.
lifcries lioone, ol l'arlow's Grove, I Ilin-
oi.s, anil turiner v of thiw nhiro.
Uu Uednesilay last, in Derrv town"
I'ip, MriS. MAnaAHFT Knus, wife of
- ' ,
uenj. jvnotis, agfti auout -ii years.
In this town on Thursday las', Alr -
Catiiaisnine II ahtjian, aged about 50
wile of Mr. John Hartman.
. I5l,00.MSllUItCl, Oct,
I IIJWjUti t.tflWtllTtt
FASHHOrSAEMJ TAI1LOJC B.TO
Come one, come all, give me a call ,
HI! fubscril'cr returns his tinrcre tlinnls
for the liberal patronage heretofore boctovvrd
neon bin., and hopes for a continuance of the none,
..,:.i. ..!,..... .io.i..ori.ori,u .i,n ir. i.
with an i.icrcaso due llio merit of his shop. He he
tends sparing neither pain or labour to rentier
satisfaction in auy case; AND A J.ITTI.U
vptTPDTinrtAVire TinX'R IV AMveesm i 'Mim.ie, to oe csiciy oepohuca in me new
ini,nnMmn . r rr.i,fo Ti, a -M- it. i. .
Philadelphia. whicH can be seen at his shop st any
time, by which U is enabled to cut occording lo
I.v.t mvIo. or to n..1er. Hla miccs arc in
iust received Mklims, lute rermt ofrashions, from
the la'cft ttyle, or
to oider. UU prices are in
uccorilanre to Iho
limes All kinds of country
IIIIICS. .11 Itll.uo PI luuiiiiv
prouueo UKcu ,n paymc, or v o.K ,
. r i...
tw .civ rtiiBui auit u.ewu,.. ,u, vuo...
ti o inmv
4. o. ituiLJx.
V 11 n.it.ln .lntiB n-ith tha ffreatCfit care and
JN. II. l.Utling unne rilin mo grenicsi Cdrc.aiiu
it tho (hoitest notice.
P. S 1..
nioomsburg, Oct.. .'..1 8-1-1.
IS hereby civen to all concorned, that tho V
duo Notes and acconnts duo tbo citato of Androw
Mclich. latc'of Mouut Pleasant township, and nil
other Notes and accounts duo said cstato must bo
ettlod on or beforo the loin of October next, or
they will bo left with n Justico nf tho Poaco for Im
mediate collection tbcicaftcr.
JOHN MRU PH.
Augu.t 21, 18M-18.
The following is a copy ol the bill
for the Removal of tho Sea't nf .lltqllcn
of Coli'mbia County, introduced into
To Authorise the Ikmoval of the Stat of
Jysliee in the County of Colu,nlia L
rr oi- tr purposes.
nr.lw.Ab, a largo majority of the taxable in
lialiitauts of the County of Columbia hav. bv their
, , . r y
"""'""'"I, set forth to the Gtnernl Abiembl
this Commonwealth, the great hardships and ineon
, ' . : '. , "
Juries fur Baid county Icing looked ut Danville,
which they state to be situated on tho verge of the
county, and prajing tho samo may bo removed lo
the town of Ulnomsburg. For remedy whereof,
btcrioN 1. He it tuuctal by the Senate ai,d
lloustijfliejyreientativcsnf the Commonwealth nf
I'ennsvlvania in Gineral Aisstmblu met, ar.d it is
hereby (iiaeleri by the authority oflhc tame, That
at any tunc within thrre jcnia I'rutii the passage of
ints aci.ii suau ue luwiul lur llio citucns ol lllooms
buu, in the county of Columbia, to ercrt, or cnu-.r
lb to bo erected, tit THIClIt OWN I'HOlM'.lt
)5 I-IXPHNM-J, in the town of Uluonisburg suitable
liuililings.of brick or stoi.e, of not less sue and di
... inriiaioiiH than tho county buildings now at Wan.
" uu vdlo, for u Court House, piUou, und ditVcrcnt olli
1 20 ccs for tho keeping of tho public records, undor tti
1 0 direction of llio county Commissioners, who.aio
nn authorised tn leccit'c a eoiivcvnttrn fur khIi Ini nr
lots of grounds, for tho uac of such county build
0 i'lgi, not exceeding ono acre, in fee simple, clear of
y oil incumbrances, for tho uso of tho county of Co
7 luinlila. '1'ho said buildings to lo erected on such
j QO lot or lots of ground thus conveyed. And the said
comity v i.tiiiiiiMaiuui-rs tiro iicrcny nuiuorisctl 10
sell at public auction, or otherwise, nil tho right, ti
tle and interest Inch the said county may hao
in tint real estatn hltualu in tho town of Danville,
and to oxecuto a 'onvcyaiico to the purchaser or
purchasers, and tho ,1ONKY AltlSUNU FROM
J'n SAMU TO UK PAID INTO THR
CDI.mTY TUKASUKV I'OK COLWTV J'LR-
Ut.-. Tbatastoon es the publis buildings aro property will be sold upon rcaeonablo
completed acceding to the pioWsious of the first ,, on utltlisputeb'.n title given, nnd pos
section of tins act, the Commissloncrn uforcsa d .. :.:' i. , i b ,. '
.ball file a icport of tbo same in the Court of Com- p"",n R vcn immediately .upon appliealtoa
inon 1'leas ct wild counlv, nntl thcrcunon the coin.
" cneriu t.i muu county, pia u cause
the prisoners, u any tbeio confined in the old prison
to bo safely removed to the new, and tho public pa-
reis mid records there remaining in the public olTi-
builtiiriLt ho us ftforessid built sntl Tirerarml fur tliA
:"l"u" "-., .. ...... u.cnte.u.i i mo rest oi
Ju,l,ce ,anJ" ' . unty of Columbia sh.ll
tea9e ,lo,', U.J"v'le', anJ "'""'"o " ,B
omoved and fixed al the town of Hlooincbuig, in
.' V ",,v "'"U",1,U"B
l,)u tim coumy ami uio puuuc unices icretoloie
, ' r . . .
- j coui tv o Co uml, .,!
. . .... ... -
. . . J . . . ....
ue kcui anu lie u oi uioomsuurrr. in ho nn i inm
";kvu uccuuisiuushuh an aioresaia,
........ ., ... .
U oomsburz to obtain subsAintiong frnm nnv tier.
sunn uo .avaui tur too cuisenft oi
eon or persons willing to subscribe any money or
uiatoriida for tbo erection of buch public buildings,
us ara provided for in tlio first section of this act,
ami in default of tbo payment oflhe same.tho coun-
IV rm.ilniskinnrra nrn linrrliv i-mnnvvprril ti. nnnan
nnitij In ln lirnnnltl in trio tinmn itf ilin pniiniu tt
enfiuc0 .i,0 collection oflbo same, and when collect-
u j la i0 npnlicd towards defraying the epensca of
Hhcl. Hu much of tha existing laws of this Chin lea W. Portlier, Peter Hagenbucli, Thomas
Commonwealth as aro altered by this act bo and tMinaugham Jon ph W. Kcslsr, Patrich Mc
tho same oro hereby repealed. Corinick WciuteMllc. John McNultz, A, A.
mil.,. 7'IMV I'rvn insivnssiM ..i,,lim.
m.l..t..lu nl llitsdllW A n.nrl ,.pliv In, I. lfi nr
Itl ) cars of age will icceivo good encouragement;
Y viituc of a writ nfvinilii!nn. U1
clirectcil will bo OX nosed In uul.lir. mt nt ih
Uuutt House, in Uanvillo on the S5thday of Oct
t 1 o'clock P. M. '
Two cqriain lots nf. ground-a'nualod -in
mg eighty four feet in front, and one hundred and
fifty feet in depth, bounded bv Mill street nn Iho
east, by the Northumberland Road on tho norlh.
or il- tn.uh n i, i,.ini i...i.. .
of oed on the west by an alloy.
- ... v v wuiuimuiu IU UU11UL11UII IklHIin
- n f.ame Carpenter shop. The second containine
unf tronmnuone nunureil andlitly feit in
depth.more or less.boundcd in front by the Ulooins.
iurg Road, on the cast by Terry street on thefouth
by an alley, ar.d on tho west l.yland of Alexander
Montgomery, whereon is erected a frame dwelline
houte, and a frame ttablc.
Seiicd tnken in execution as the properly of
I RAM DERR, Sheriff.
Sin.rtrrr'a Orncc, Danville,
Oct, Oth, 1811.
A valuable lot of
situate in Jackson and Maduon townships
Columbia county, containing
The lot is heavy timbered with Pine.Oak
and Hemlock, and has upon it a first tale
water power, sufficient to carry a Saw Mill
a larto norlion ol tho vcar. I he nbnvn
Jackson, Sept. 13, 1811.
DM WIS TJIA TOR" S NO T1CE '
juuc vj c . wmu, , v is,unS
r'tirP la ItArktr nivan lit., tfi-r .f.JML
ra n w ,Vi
I,rn i.rnnlrrf In IhR sllbtrrilir ri,l ntr in ihm
township of Orange. AU peons indebted to Iho
.am ..i.a ...im.ai.., .tte,. mat., i... j:..,..
...... nKn n.,t.
,u """" J w ...iu,vu,a
naVment. Bttil those. h&Mllf? flnima nrft rrnttpclrrl ii
r-j " - , "
nrinunt thf.m nioner v Htithent rtrA fnr wit mm,
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POIOM inenrsi oi .wcraoer naxt.
Orange tp, Kept,
liist of fjt'Kci'S
nr.MAlNINO in the Post Ornco at Blooms.
burg, fur the quarter ending Sept, 30,1H14.
.t.,l,n nineVl..n. Dnttlol D.nr. William Elllneer
Mackdowcll, William l.ichard, Charles blitKr.
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Persons calltiic lor letters in uio auovo list win
llleiUO ay IIIOV are lUllCIOfCU.
J. M. .MOVER, P. V,