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Finm ilu Pi Miu Freeman' J.iurnul.
I) K A T II ' I l". M. U A t J A( K N. - A
picket lii mnved l .iver).ol 01
Tno.ly ht, Finnishes u, tuouli h.iV'
in j Imi oil' "iVi loi.r new Loin Amei
ic,r, with M.e ili-Pp'y lo ho Imncniml ti
dingi of C--'nr'r' JaultK.n' ,llM"1 Tl"
tvcnl look pi .11 c hi hw 'it'ivaio icsi.iwnc.
ihu western male- Jl
TennK.ne, H"i 3 l ol Juno
in (He T3 h y of .V A"
coair.v.l in in"?. h-Joym ' the veter
r,S (lvin bed m hiili! wiih him in h
n , conlUi, W.rnl. it h the lot of all
men to au-tiin, met his phy isician on
the wiy, proclaiming that the hero w
no more. ,
VVe can imninn liow this intelligence
lias tier n rcetiv. il ilirnunhoiit Ameitca.
J'liem! piNied with sodden grief, and
they who were, onre hi Iocs, now vain
ftblceulojyHistt'iiis character. Over hi.-p.rn-e
lh."e is lizard but one gush of uni
VtTMUmiow. Hi death is indeed
national c;il imiiy to hiscuuntry men, ami
u widti void left in the unknot man
-,nol. Tnounh lor years he had noi
minftled in active p ihlic life, le oracl
.memorable for tiuilt and ago lhu veiled
in honoml privacy, was in the farthes
mul icupeeicd in ihe highest quarters.
very muttering were treasured by
the ftvored lnv, who lately oaw him
face to face, and the word of his mouth
decided the destiny of llie Continent
-A great career, indeed, is closed; a lu
minal v has gone down in the west, ami
the fltsh of his sunJel has come out lo
vs, across the wa'ers.
America nav well lament her loss
.lie had grown wiih her growth, a limn
f Ihe giant oak. and in ins ian me
end all the branches ate shaken. King'
tlie ofien, and ihe common herd of con-
flueruis rush down the precipices oi
. . i i... r 1 1
tune to their own unuomn, um mo
of a virtuous citizen, brave and merciful
in wai, alraighi foiward and incoirupii
in peace, who made his arms a shield,
and his power beloved, cannot be sus
tained by any couniiy. however rich in
, public virtue, without the sense of be
leavement which is never entirely for
eotlen. The new world has losl a sec
ond Washington in Jackson's death
lor I hough their characters may dillei
somewhat, their moral construction wa.
ilia fJIIlP Times and lemneramem
modify ihe opeialion i.f similar princi
ple?, and sj with them. Jackson wa.
iivre ardent, more, tenacious, more oi
the iron cast of Napoleon in his action.
. fie was a man of unparalleled In nines-
' . Ii I . I
in Ihe camp and in the caome'. imju
as if to mould the future national cfurac
. ter ol America, his own was deeply
mat ked with all the great Republican
lineaments. And he has impressed
liinuelf more deeply than any other
i. man. Washmpton or l ranklm noi ex
cepted, on the general character of hi
people. He has given thtrn a bound
, ies national an;bition an ambition noi
to enslave but to liberate not lo cen-
tiaiise, but diffuse power not lo hea
vveali'i in one impeiial fortres", but to
, partition its influence, and scalier its ad
vantages over the area of ihe confederacy
General Jackson was born in Maich
17G7, of Irish parents. While yet a
lad, he enleied the army of the Revolu
tion, and carried his musket through a
war ol 'Independence, The greatest event
ol his rr.iliury career was ihe pioud prerog
biive he enjoyed, of terminating by one
masterstroke the war wiih Ecgland ol 18-12-15.
t)n ihe banks of iliu M itsi.-s 1 1 j i
l New Orleans, lie encountered t!ie vein
uns of the 1'eiiinsula, und their serried liostf
were levelled with the marshy waste, which
they had polluted by their presence. In
I'Uiiifcliing ihe incursions of the Indians, hi.
tifitial fortune aiiemleil him civilized skill
mul eavdgt wile were alike brohen belotc
I. tin .
There grew up in America after '.lie see
end war wuh liiiijUnd, amnuiul it onopn
IV, ailed tli e Uniied Stales limk. Thi.-nu-at
machine, in llie hands nl" ri-uklrss anil
ncgliye'iil men, woiil.l, il sullVriil lo e.-i- :
have lo'ig since jenpunlized llie liberiies an'i
the prosjier'uy of dial country. J-ickson
was Hindu President, and he overihrew,
un exiitioii td his during genius, iu dan
titroua eiioniiiiv. The hi lions tailed, anil
die avaricious conspired ?;ain?i him; never
was utfSiiKin so billed by the siiarliny
-emissaries of a Imsiard RriMdcr.icv; he stay
ed not to retort oi to hear, bul inking nn
dtr the fury of die Monn, wiih a fioddiil
few, he MVcpi away tins sininluig army nl
nsureia as cotnpleiely as he lud awepl a
way the hosts ol Puckeuhain. The publii
nice hi IhaI was heard in his d fence, and
he wan placed a sci-und lime in die thir o'
the President!. In Ins eight years id
ullice he gave a new cmnpiexmii to Ameii
can pohiiea, ami one which has never oinc
We cannot heie enter at length into the
ronideration nf the varied events of the
lung life of this illustrious man. We sat
lilnMf iis, not in common place of sense
less enlngy, bill because w.o .consider thai
great mlejnty, wirhnul pretention, ambi
lion wi'.honl ?ellishnei,s, and success with-
out arrogncc, are among ihe best titles to'uo guits uf clothes to eeai!'
that high appellative, The world lias n,
known no man mote pure ban Jekeon. .. 77,
America will feel his loss. nnsi .ntinia.ely. R,a0lnf mke fu" nun' c"nver
Hut wl.y should not we here, throughout siuou a le uly man, and writing sntxiraci
ihe litro' faiheilarid, jive voice to dep le uki.
rctand utler ini'O In our inelHitclinly piide
ii (he depmcdf 1 he linme wtiii h hit pa
cuts loud tin) alter wheie they were
n inietl llie I isi sjiot of liinli mil they
mv ru a v he onkuiiu'i), but the l ime ol
heii 1'in ii ll.'iis back upon llicir cunntry
i hi broadly ami Illicitly lo be conlini d to
iiiouluies, or Inve hunt less eKtenuve th:n
dm islaiut. Iv'er in hi lih' he was proml
if Ins deseent, and his heart nu!d glow a
tie sighi o an v of Irelxed'n humb!esi sons
Vhile a graielul people over whose
'r'lwih lie has wjiehen, for whose rights
i braved death hi the field, and the fur)
if a strong hvl faction in peai.e while the
are rendering duo honor lo his virtues, ho
services, and his example, some sons ol
Invalid, h unshed by misrule, will, we trust
as a re priiseniiiiive of itie leonle of the lie'
ro's fathers, mingle in their grief, and claim
us a sad prerogative of his bniliruhi. lo
mourn lor the illustrious dead.
TIUEVEItV IN AUAHIA.
While somn of the Mamelukes were
encamped about Miuich, a thief set hi.
mind upon cany nig off the horse and
wearing apparel of one of the lieys; and
wiih this intention, contrived, in the
lead night, lo cretp unperceived within
the tent, where, as it was wimer lime,
embers were burning ami showed Ihe
t ich clolhes of the Jiey lying close at
Hand. Toe thief, as he cpiaited down
by the Are, drew them aolily lohim.and
put them all on; and them, after filling
i pipe and lighting it, went deliberately
10 the lent door, and lapping a groom
who was aleeping near with iliu pipe
end, made a kign to him fr the hoise
luhirh alnnd tunneled in UOIll. 11 WaS
tirouEht he mounted, and rode off
On Ihe morrow, when the clothes of the
Ue could nowhere be found none could
from a conjecture as to whal had become
of them, until the groom, on being ques
tioned, maintained lo his lellow-gervHiits
that their master was not yet relumed
tiom his lifle, and told them how he
Had snddenly called for his horse in Ihe
night, which at last gave some clue it
what had realk happened. Upon ihii
the Uey, anxious lo recover his hone.
is well a eur ous lo ascertain ihe par
Uculars, ordered it lo be published a
broad, that if ihe peison who had rob-
bed him would, within iwo da f, on n
t),ck what he had uken, he shoul I not
oiilp be pardoned, but should lective
lso the lull value of the hoi so ami lln
suit of clolhes. Relying on Ihe good
lailh of ibis promise ai.d .possibly, loo,
noi a little vaine of his exploit, tin
Viab piesenled himself and biouht hit-
booty: and the Uey also on his pan
iium'turlly kepi his woid; but since, be
sides ihe loss there was omeiliing ii
tue liausaction that plactd Ihe Uey n
lather a ludicnus light, il went ban
with him lu let ihe togue depart soiree
ly, and he seemed to be considering
what he should do, so that to gain time
he was continually asking over and o
ver again Iresn and more ciicuinsiancul
accounts ol the manner in winch the
iiralatem had been conducted. Tin
oilier was loo cralty not to petceive thai
no good might be npuing for him,
ind began to led anxious lo get safe on!
of the scrape; he showed no impatience
however, bul enleied minu'cly inn,
everv detail, accompanying ihj whole
with a great deal ol coi responeln g ac-
ion; at one time silling down by tin
lire, slily drawing on the diff reni ar
ticles ol dress, so as to throw the H-i
ind all who saw and heard him into Ii -f
laughter. hen he came al last In
what concerned the horse, 'it was,' sail'
he, 'brought lo me, and I leaped on his
back in this manner,' and so i- cfT-ct
flinging himself again into ihe saddle,
md spurring Ihe flmks sharply witr.
the sunup irons, he rotle efT, with all
ihe moruy he had received tor the ani-,
mal in his pocker, and had gnl mucl
oo far, dining the firt moment of sur
risc, for any of the bull t to t..k" if ei
that were fired at him in h s ll h , aim
nothing further was eu r heud f him
r ihe hoise4
"WHO SAID YUU WAS?"
Pill was proceeding lo dine with llie
Lord Mayor of London, and. being un
popular al the time, was hissed and linol
ed A gentleman in full dresn a join,
of liic minister's tail ubserved one ol the
nobility looking at him, with bis hand ful
I'm not .Mr. Pitt! I'm Mr' Pitt ! In
vor iterated from his cairiage.
"Who said you was, spoone?" con
temptuously exclaimed llie fellow, at lb
-tunic time especially flinging his handful in
die gentleman's teeih
A tittle boy. more thoughtful than bint
genrrally are, but nn more than they should
be, nn being tumbled into llie mud by a
comrade, wa3 asked why be didn't serve
his abuser in the same manner, when lie
replied 'It I g'lonlel. there would lo Le
Concerning (lie. lieinnvitl i f the Scat
f Justice of Vulumti'ta Vounty
fratiDarivilk to lifaomshurg.
Sectiuu 1. He it enacted iliu Sennis mul
miso rtl Ki'prcaeniiitivca uf I ho CuiimiKiiwrulih of
I'Biiiinylviiiiitt in Cmicral AwcmWy met, uml it it
liorehy e- actod hy llie inlliuiiiy uf llie Minn,- That
it shall mid may be lawful fin the (lualified Vo
ters who have Kcaldcd In Columbia Coun
ty lor st LEAST SIX C.ll.lVIMK
JIO.YTHS immediately preceding the next Gen
eral Jikctiun, to vots at such election upon the
question oftlie removal of iln-ir Scat of Justice from
U.in-illu tu Ulooni8lnirg.ni said county, in the milli
ner loiiowing.towit.- I hose in favor of a Kcmovnl
uli.dl voio a written or printed t'ukil libelled.
"BK.r Uf JLSI'ICR," and romuiiiing llie
word -FOR BLOiniSttlJUU," ud thobo op
posed to a Keinovid, shall votu a wiitlen or print
ed ticket labelled as nforesiiid, and containing the
wonls" f'UK DANVILLE;" the said tickets to he
deposited in a box which shall bo provided for thai
purpose at each and cveiy of the uleclion polls of
coiiuty, and the ictunmof eaid election nbnll
be nude in the suinu manner by the lieturn Judiies
ns in the case of llie election of Mcmbeis of the
Assembly, ami if on the mretinir of the lieturn
Judges it shall appear that a inajoritv of the voles
have hion given in favor of JJIooiosIiuik, then the
loll iwiiig K ctious of this act klndl he of full force
and ell'ecl; hut if it shall appear that a majority of
votea have been given anaiiiht Uloonisliurs, then
the following sections of this aeuhnl! be null if void.
cm:. J hat if a minority of the voters of said
county of Columbia, qualified as aforesaid, voting
on said question of Ceriioval, sliull decido in the
manner provided in the Inst section of this act in
I'uvor of llio Kemoval of tho Heat of Justice of tiuil
county to the town of lilooumluirg, tho citizens ol
Hloonisburg in said county shall meet, or cause lo
be erected, JtT TIlElll OWW l'lKU'EU
KXI'EASK, within three years from and idler
such election, tn the town of iloonisliurg, suitable
bmldiiiLM of UiiK'K or ISI'OAE, of the MOH'J'
AITKUVED I'LAX. for a Court House and
'lison, and dilUuent nIIicch for llie wile kccmnir ol
llie county lecoids, under the direction of the
County Commissioners, who are authorised to re
ceive a conveyance for such lot or lots of ground
lor llie use of such County buildings, not LE!
llian U.M. AGUE, in Ico Minnie clear of all m-
ciunliraiiccs, fur the Une of the county of Columbia,
the Siiio building to be erected on audi lot oi loU
ol'grmiiid thus conveyed. And the Court Ilout-e.
and otherpiililic buildings and real cstulc on which
lliey are erected or is appurtenant llioielo, ut the
town of Danville, arc hereby granted aiid confirm
ed to ho inhuliiluiits of Mahoning township, with
lull authority lo sell and dispose ol the booic to tin
best advnntage.aud that so much o'. the proceeds ol
said 3ale,as is nctess:ny to refiim! to the citizens ol
Danville whatever amount ol money lliey may have
given lor tho original construction of the public
buildings at said town, ami tho purchase of the Ion,
of ground on which they arc erected, shall be ic-
luuiled ti the said cIIi.ciik, and the IuIiiikc to be
jiaid into the Couny Treasury for county purport's.
I'rnvided o ilisposilirm or sale uf such public
'uildings sh:ill be made until the court Ihhim1 ai d
pub lit liuildings a'. Uloonisl urg s!i:i be cuinplelcd.
ind the public records and oilias Le removed there
Sec. 3. That so soon as tho public buildings
are completed according to tlie piovi.aous ol'tlnt.
act, the Commissioner aforesaid shall file a report
of tliesunie in Ihe Cou'1 uf Common 1'leasof said
county and said Court being satisfied licit said
buildings arc fully completed according to the true
intent and meaning of this act, and a record llicic
of being made by endorsement on said rcj riit, the
Commissioners iVhcill of said county .shull there
upon cause the prisoners, it any there ciMihncil ii.
the old prison, to be aafcly removed tn the new.
and ihe public pupcrs and records Ihcn i'i uiuihinr'
in the public o Hit cs at Dmiville, to be s.il'i lv dceo-
sited in It r new puildings so a aforesaid buih ain!
prepaied for the reception thereof, and fioni thence
forth the Pie it of Justiee in and for the county ol'
Columbia shall cease lo he at Danville, ni.d tin
same shall bo removed and fixed at the town ol
lilooinsbiirg, in the said county, and the public of
fices heretofore kept. and the courts of jusl'cc hereto
f re held at J.iiiville.ioA ',,r said county nfCuliimhio.
hall be kept and held al Hloonisbuiir in the build
ings erected lor llieir accnmuiniialioii us aloresanl.
kc. 4. It fill n 1 1 lie lawfol fur the ciii.ens ol
lilooin-lpiirg to obtain su!sciipti:s from any per-
ioii oi peisons willing to subscribe uny nionev or
materials for the erection of such public luiildipgs
is are pr.ivnlcd l.irm llie second scclion ol ibis act
ind in default of the payment of the same, the
onnly Commissioners are hereby empowered lo
a use suits to be brought in the name uf the connh
lo enforce ihe recovery of the same, and when enj-
i-cted to be applied towards defraying the txpema
f such bniloings.
See. 5. Il'nnv person or persons shall vote on
die question of removal of ihe feat of juMue nl said
county ef Columbia, at the elecliou authorized le
ic held by virtue of this act not duly qunlifitd to
vole lu ac MOiliime with llie Inst scellon of Ibis act.
or sli II vole mil oi his or uicir proper ilistuei, oi
bail vole uvre than once on faid question, lie in
ihcv so oircoding upon conviction tbeicof l.,.f,, r.
die propev court of quaitcr scsmdiis of said couiilv.
shall be suljeet to the penally prcvidid for in the
general i leclion law s of this Loiiiinonweallh.
!Skc. Ii. If any juil(.-i' or inspector of the election
lutliorbcd to Le held by virtue of this net, sl.ah
knowingly or wilfully icjecl the vole of a ciiizen
iiualilied to vote on the question of Kemoval of Ihe
scat of justice in ssid county in accordance the will
lirst section of ibis act, or shall receive the vote oi
I poison not qualified to vote as afurc.-uiil on said
question, be or they so offending, upon conviction
.hereof before the proper court of quarter scssior.v
of said county, rhall forfeit and pay for the me ul
s:i let county lor every sueli enence, a sum not less
than three hundred or more than six hum 'red dol
lars at the discretion of the court, and flmll undergo
an imprisonment in the jail of said county for n
oeriod ol not less thuii twelve moulds or inure thai
Si c. 7. If any judge, inpprrtor or clerk of the
election authorized to be held by virtue of this act
ball wilfully miscount, or shull falsoly and finudu-
leully add up and return ihe votes received upon the
question aforesaid, or shall keep alulse rally paper,
or shall be guilty of any fraud in the discharge of
his duties, every person so ofieiidmg upon convic
lion thereof in the proper court of quarter sessions
of said county, shall be subject to the same tine and
ieualty as arc imposed upon delinquent judges or
inspectors by the general clectioii laws of this Com-
It shull le the duty of the iiuh'cs and
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IIIKurt IOIH lUUUlii lli'H i tic ri, Lllon ailllivnil U O IH
held') V viruc of lllis ail to cause tin- letter j tul
be legibly and distinctly set opprmiie ihe name, of
.... l,nll ....... iV i.l .
every i uw.eii in" n i ...- u ,u. iirKiKiii ci me
leinovtint uie sen. oi junue n nioiraiu,
tally paper nn which bis name shall be recisteird.l
and any wilful emi-dien to lydo thall l dcuued a'
Iriiiul, md fluid be punished us lauh in .o eouhuiM
with the ,p ovisioiis ol the seventh section i l tltir
hi:c. U. It shall be llie duly of eieiy jinlgi', In
qicclor and cleik coiidiicling ilm elecliou iiuthoi
.ed to be held by viilue of lllis act, to lake (in inbli.
ion lo the oath or alluinaliou be is now ct quire i b
law lo lake) an oath oi iillhinution ilut he vii.
Iioneslly uiid faithfully comply in eveiy lopcn
with the provisions and -cquheiiieuh of this act,
SSkc 10. it shall be llie- duly nl ihe re
nun judges of said county , in ihe lime am
place of their meeiiuj; to rail up all tin
voles received in ihe difl'erenl elecliou ill
irtcls on Ihe qiiesiinn of ihe Ucniovnl of iln
seal of justice aloresaid, and Hhall make oh
two eerulicaies sltowiiig tho result, one oi
which shall he tiled in the ollitu of ihe cleil.
f the r.niM'i ol quarter sessions and the othei
in Ihe (illico of ilie L'niiiiiiiaMuiiers of said
couniy of Columbia.
ISkc. 1 1. Ii shall be the duly of the Slier
iff of the said county H Columbia, to catisi
mis act lobe published in al least threi
newspapers published in said count) ; for a1
least once in every week for sixty days im
mediately preceding ihe nexl yeiicial eln
don, and shall on ihe day of ihe ilcctim
cause at least iwo printed topics, one ol
which shall be in the Cennan ianginitie, ol
said act to be posted in handbill form, in lb
inosi public place nearest the election poll
in every election disirict in said eouniv mi)
the reasonable expense of such publicaiion
shall be paid by ihe said eonniy ol Colum
bia by orders drawn in the usual way.
bi;c. 12. so much uf the existing laws
of this Common wealth as are altered oi
supplied by this ar, be and the same re
hereby repealed; and also the fit I ol Assem
My passed lOih June 1830 entitled an act
relating lo the lien of Mechanics ai.d tnhrrs.
upon hmhlins, is hereby repealed so (ar a
il relates lo ihe buildings lo be erected in
pursuance of ihin act
Speaker of the House of UcprcscntativcB.
WILLIAM I WILCOX,
fpeakcrof lbs Senate.
Approved the twenty-fomth day olT'ehruaiy,ont
thousand ei'ht hundred and foity-five.
riUiNCIS li, fcHl'NK.
WORMS KILLS THOUSANDS.
CIIIILUIIKN are most subject to llit m.hul per
J sous of ull ages are liable lo be ulliiclld wiih
'iieiu. Lad bcath, nah ncss about the hi s.lludied
'heeks. IlirL Itur ,,t tli. lnik. ivulinrr i.u nv ti'tiooj km . .
,-ain in tho bowels, joints or limbs, iliduil ed ske!ii!)rni"IU'"':'
iiighlful dreams, uioanmg and soineliu.es of wo-
iciuus appetite, are omoi.itihe syiujiioms of worms
lany aroductorcd loi- months, for some olher im-
igiiary disease, when one box olheiniuii's Wonii
i.oenges would cllccl a cure. It. Ujan, corner
jl I ii nee stiect und the liowery, cured u man of
rmslha was reduced to a. .kcle.o,,, and by only
i box of Sherman's Lozenge.- I.cis now as fat
inu nox ol niiermiiii s j.ozcnce
as an Altltrmaii. Th Hon. 13. Ii. licardsley
lias saved llie life of on" of his children by llicni.
The sale of over y,i)()0,l)00 of boxes has lull) lest
cd theiii. They are llie only infallible woimiles
truying medicine ki.ewn. V hut family will be
Couauinpiioii,('oughs,('olds, Whooping (Nuighn
Asthma, and nil iillecliuiis nf the lungs, willlind u
healing value in Merman's Cough l,i.engcs. They
saicd Ihe liev, Kichard De Foresl; ihe h'ev. .Mr.
Sticeier, Jonathan llowiiilh, L;q. and that ni7h)
old hero, Leonard liogers. fioiu the consumptive's
grave. They cured in one day the liev. .Mr. Dun
bar, Ihe l!cv. Mr. llundcoek; W in. Jl. Allrce Kuq
of diste,sing coughs. 'J'hey -ire the plensanlel
cough medaiuc und cure the botneat ofaiiy ki.own
Headache, Sea-sitkiiess and I'idpiialion,relii vid oi
worn live to let) minutes by Mieiinan s Canqioi
Lozenges Persons olleiiiiiug crowikil --ouius il
'ravelling w ill find them to impart buoyancy ol
-pirils and renew their circrits, Those sulleiing
irom loo fiee living w ill find a few of tlielo.i n
to distal ihe horjois und lowiiciscf sni'its. .Mr.
is'ialh, of the Sunday .Meicnry, has repeatedly cur
il huiistli ol fcverc headache by them .apian,
t.'liadwick, oflbe packet ship W eliii gtoli. bus wii-nesHi-d
their efficacy in a great many cases of m-ii.
siikuos. 'i'l'.ey i penile like achaini ujoii tin
agiinicii or M. ut 1 1 ii tl I, fives, I's Mieiinan s J ooi
Man's Plaster does upon ibcuiualisiii, h inl ngo
pain or wcakuos in the fide, back: brcist or mi)
part of the body. Mr. Jl. O. Dagrcrs, 3D All)
sirci'i; Ilinij K (idiihliiigj ii.ij t hatlinn
sired Moses J 1 1 cm it tic Lsq. and
muliiiuilo uf (iilu-rs hale i x ofricnerd tin
wonderful i iTeets i,f Oiice I'laslcr?
Price only 12. cents. Caution is peecsar
in sre ihatyoii jjel the genuine tShtt man':
Lozenges and I'lasters, us there are mar
uorihli -SB ar'.ii les alien. pled to he pi.linn
ufl' in place ol lheni, bv those who wuul
trille w li Ii Mini lile lor a shiHine'.
Dr. Shermaii'.i wiirrhoutio is al '00 Na
sail street, ( or snle hv
John K MiM er lilnnmsliiirg
Win L Wal'er & eo - Mci w i. k
Line it Tlioii pmi. Lime 1'n'ge
K it .1. I.mz iriii OranrreviilH
M. (i. Micunakt r lluek llnrn
L. & A I. I'lsel Jt-rn y tow n
Derr t M'liride-U bile Hall
John Moore Danville.
Stephen IJa'dv, ('t:awissa.
Jan. 4 191337. (im,
ms'ioiir on u'yomixu
i;BfiCl;lPTIO.NS arc resiectfully solicit
3 the forthcoming History of Wyoming.
j.l fi i
woik, now ready for Presj, will make an Octave
volume of about six luudred pa;;cs, of which live
hundred pages will embrace 'he "main body of tin
iiirrntive. The Appendix, beside a variety of en
r ous atiJ illustrative articles.will contain the "Tin
llun-lioi 1 ravidlers," icvistd with numeruus aildi
ilons, p.eiflonal anecioles, incidents and tkilcher
of character, making about an hui.drcd pages.
The author thinks proper to soy, tt.nt no paint
hnvc been Fpared tn obtain information upon everv
point connected with this suljeet. He has llatler
ed himself, as Wyoming bus become classic ground
as uniiumcrablc errors have hcretofor,
existed in regard to its story, and as its very inte
resting civil cbara.ter has been tcarcclv loucheil
upon, thut alinesl eveiy genth man would desire foi
his library, in refpec to it, an authc
The purpose of taking up subsrrin ions is to run.
'de the author to judge what numbct y conies ii
e. ,.i,l,i I n ...Ar. , ,. ...,i.i: I. '
'.iw I ' '" J'.,iliril.
'1 !' liooU w ill Le ncaily printrd in octavo o rm.
onesicelleiit paper, with sevrril illustiative rl,-;. E I
),.-.llli,l ll, ."'.ll' in . .. , l.l- I
"'- m' nun iie, sua ui lr-e'e-I toM
simn iu.i,p a, , wu i.oiihi s h cop' ,
money to be raid until lee icnk i; Mo -p.I l '
Subacriftions tiCeiud al this fljfce,
7!I(K('IN(f iIih (.rcKPrt opportunity oi'
1 epiii'siug bis llninkfulness to bin Ii ieiids.imd
iho public geneiiilly, foi the liberal puliounge he
lias lien Inline leceivcd, informs his fiiends and the
oiililic in general, that lie still coiitiiiui'sto ( any ili
dn; above business at his old ei tiibhshed fliind, on
die corner ol Main and Last stiee's, wheie he
i lpes, by strict utlcnliou lo husincss, lo n i eive
ool merit a thine ol public patriamge as bcrelolore.
llo deems il uiiiieccwaiy to go into Ihe game of.
irair.orto me. uny soli sodder alioiit his H!l,l, hi
iho rhOIT-;.S.ii. UK OA'' ML NT CIITI.Mi'
is bis shop is of long standing, and his vwok he
thinks will speak for itself, and far more Imalcr
;han words. Hut, he would merely say thai, he
warrants bis work done with ncalnes, duiiihility,
md in the latest fashionable manner, ami will in
iiro n good fit in all rases.
N. Ii. Clunges moderale to suit the limes,
kinds ufcuuutry piiiduce lukcn in cxthunge
work, at market prices.
liloomsbiirg, ov. 9 1844. 29.
fft Yl'Iin subscriber has just received a large us
S soilmentol Sl'EOTAOLLS and M'KC
I'ACLL ULASSKS, of the best quality, of boll,
.vbiteand green, from IS'o. J. upwaids.
Qj l'crsons ufllictcd with sore eyes, will find i:
to their advantage to call and get glasses from him;
as they may feel assured of deriving a great benefit
from their use.
G. L. tslIL'LTZ.
Cloomshurg, May 17, 18454
'I'll Ij eubseriber ce'iiinuc lo cany ol
business at llie old stand of J!- & ll- linen
boch, where he will he ready at all lime
to furnish Fancy & Windsor Chairs, Sei
tee, Huston Itneking Chairs &?, of evor
scnpiion, which may bo called lor, n
short notice and on the must reasoiiiihli
terms. He will also execute House, Sign A
'aiming, and Uoiise l'upcring
1,1 a superior manner,
From his experience in tho business, ant
his lacililies of .nanufarliiring the varinuf
j,rijt.rs ,,f his line, ho flatters hiflisel'. (Iko
(e ,.,,1 a,,t, , r. r ll tulft as. good work
i , . n. . .. i.
"P"""3 """ ' V
.'I""" " ll'e I'ountry, ml of which ho ivil
disposR oi lor
CASH or COUNTin
N. 15- Orders from a distance
strictly ui.d punctually attended to.
liloomsl org, Dec DO, 1813
Elootiil!;urr ES. t;.
ILL keep constantly on
KAILS, SIMEvF.S. AXD IKOX
which thev will sell by WHOLL.SAI K and 11 L
TAIL, wiict ii nx zit:d ttvum tin tie tii tiiin
van lie rltniirrr iuicl,tt. v(l, Meicbunls ui.i
others, nuiy find it lo ll.cir interest lu mil .Mi
kinds of grain nceived in pavircnl.
JUSsLPJi PAT(J., riiKSiLKM
j5 ti.vu tniu uni;ersiund : J lie I. me wnl ci tut
, whin llit medicine, lirainlrelh 'ilh, will U
.i.. .ecialcd lis they ought and tit M-ne; it Will bi
ui.ilcis'.oud that l.:r. Jinii.tliith has the atioiige.
elaims iijioii Ihe ul. lie. It is true lhat eieiy in
oividual whrt makes ti trial ol ihe lliamirith Till,
concede them lo be the bet mi dicine they eve-m-id.
'J'hey are indeed a medicine uboiil whirl
there is no iijisiiika. Their value in a. climale n
v haiigciible as ours cannot be sul'iiciciilly iipprocint
cd A hce pcrspiial),.)) is at ontc reslmed , tlni.
llicy cure eulds, und coosi;ii;pti: n is picw-i.lcd.-
I tlonf who have a tiIim dm :ey ol bile lii.d diem ol
ihe must cam uti.il sei vii e. and should then l e ,!( .
ll incy of lhat imp. ,, taut fluid the ilranih-clh Tilb
'h u e an ciuallv bem fu ial illi ct. Often lists tin.,
important medicine sated valuable iives in those re
jioiis wheie die diuull'ul tliow lover w.h pievnii
i i', A few do es lal.cn imiui diately uj on llie in
t'ei lion being received intu tin syslein, w ill b al
most ccilain lo pievent ai.v malt-rial inenun i T i ce
A tint no stage of this dri adlul epidemic is ihen
so proper a mediiinv us thu liienJrelh Pilln, l.c
tin. iiii-ilii.ine be universally u.ied in ihi.
d.m'ase, and no lo?s ot blood allowed, and few
V 'ry lew, would be its victims. N, it is w iih olhc.
diseases. Assist nature wiih this ull imporranl
in -iln iuc to remote luoihh! Inimors tiom the blood
.. id do not resort lo bleeding or iiieriuiy, in tl ut
thill have a "cry great icaicity ofpo-sons ulllii t.'i
w i Ii tionic maladies. 'J'he 'i 'ihered Ii ihe the an
imil kingdom, over which uu ait the Imds, art
in t a!l!ic;cd with chronic maladies; neither should
we be if it were not for our priue which occasions
ihcni. follow n.ituic. I's,: die medicine wlii'h
hurmouies with her, whiili mildly but surely re.
Dimes all the imj'ui i:ie oflbe bloud'.w hith strength
ens die Icelilc.aiid jet reduces those of ton fiiil Imbil
ton healthy standard. Let me aeaiu miv liial everv
department of the liiiinul'ucluic of Iiniiid ilh I'lli-
is personally siipermtended 'y me, and lhat everv
box with my three labels uoon il nuiv be relie.l
on to have the beuelicial elleel dc..i ril . .1 Ii
accorilmg to the (Ineclions iiccompunv nir
A c i: N T 4.
Washington 1,'obert M'Kav.
Jerseytown I,. V A. T. iKel.
Danville K. Ii. lveyimlds A Co.
C'attnwissn (J. (!. Kmlst.
l!loums!u:rg J. K. Mover.
Limestone liabbil A 'M'Miu I.,
lliickhorn M. O. Shoemaker.
Lime hidgc l.nw A. Tlicmjis0n.
'icrwiek- J W .Mile
Vay 3, 1H IS ly- 2.
,C KTKAVLlJ from tho subscriber.
ft ah"" ,l"',',' weeks
N I ' "J fc I. Co'-, in
.Jr:Js bit Jen. Any p.r.
w uuou. i ii ,vceK', ruct, a uitc
l u.... .1. i. . : - -1
d bad hf
ti. I .i,a ' in ii to the i" 'ib-:. ii':r r
I i iuu'i tuaii i 1 rr-;. uao.
r . . . i i. . 1 1 i . - i .
Bloomsturgi Aug 3 ISid
Two Appro n tier f
fHte) ihe LAN I uoo iiiiOT THLt: .Making bn
I fl siiiess. Muiart active boys between i'r.n
ages of I T) and 17 will receive good encoiii';,ge-
mcnt upon iinmcilia.e Hiphculiou to the siiliMj-iber.
hl.MO.N ! ISJUVli
liloomsbiirg, June I l,l8l.r (iif mS
List of I.c llc i.
r.MMM.VO in die Tost Olli.e, nl Mb s
j filing, oil (he quailer eliding Jnilc '.JIllhHIS
i.aiuh A 1 o oil n in
It an Liniel
i- sei Aallis
J-' 1 1 J I ti . t-r I'miiil
J,H kmn ,li m j Ii
J : 1 1 1 1 1 1 : i i v Snail
sniiu 'j beiiiiis
liolmsou Miss .Imy
henliail i-Hiinn I 'J
ISproiil A. U. J-'i-q'
f-eins Win. or John "hip
W yeholl Y. V.
W aki field JiMiies
l ei. mis i ailing f.'r h i crB in ihe tl.ovi- li.t will
, i,.u.r ..... ,., ,u ,-,tiK. l.
i' J wf
J. It. iMOYEK P M
Cabin t raliing'
'Vl fj subscribe) rcKpcclfully infoimn ihe pub
lic that he has taken the shop lately occunud
bv II. S. Huvhursl. nl the Inuet end nf l:nl. i..
A' I street Uloouisburgi where be intends carrying on
!' r'thc above business in all its blanches, and solicits a
shu e of the pulronuge of the public.
In connection with the above business, bo offers
his services as an
lie will always bo ready to male C OFF IN f for
the saint! piieus berelolore 'hiirgt'd in lilo"iin.burg,
and bavmg rupphed Iiiiiim H'w ih a good 11 LA "Mi
w ill attend with it ut llie I'uneral without uny
May.iO IH 15 Gm 3
Krrn- ,W T n !k1.v . Tr. ,0 cr vr
VV7 Viy v 1 L J ,; ;,-, I : (. l
11 E Danville Steam Woollen Tactorv, lor-
mcrly owned aiidoccui icd bv I r. J'elrikin,
hu.-recently Ik en Iiurcliased by die snl seril.er, w l.n
icspeeifiilly turnout c s lo his fiiends and the pub
lic geucially, that be is r ow prepared to CMcule
ill kinds of work in bis lint oi hush .e.-s, ul do
slimiest nonce, according (o ordei, nml in the l ist
.uinpar.itive mtviiner. Having gone lo conn'ileni
lv. expense in repairing his uiai liiuery und uppu
jliis and be:iig very purlii iilar in stcii'ii.g ihcer
.ices of e,vprii need mechanics, be fi eU c(,iil'dcnt
hat he is eii able of ( xecutii g ull kinds i f veil:
n his line in a sty lc supeiioi to any oilier establish
mcnl in t he country. Trices ol v oik us loilcwt-:
Cloth i vurd wide j..,t und duik, litm 4o lo '.Xt
(Mils pel yard
Ho b( ll!d grens, olive brown, eve. from fid lo 110
utirels of the above eolois, fiom 'ID to -M
i-'liinncls one yard wiile, lit) (cuts.
Wine, bioivii or bint k, '1(1
Madder red, -1-r
jlaukel 'i yds wii'e; twi'led or plain, from TO to 70
ei nls per yard.
2i.?,DIlIG fo, FTJLLIITG
11 ill be done in the la'sl. miiiiii r, u i d ul lie nsn
ii prices All kinds of couiiiry proilu.-e will Id
uken in pavmcnl for wtik.it iii.ville n.iukit
SJl Tl 7'.Y K 'ITS; 77. ,t .Y.- K L S:
Constant,) on Imnd, for sale ut rtdui cd pn.-c-t
lor t'adi or 1 1 a i tor.
For the accoiiiui.i!:Uio!i of cn-.tomcrs li'.ioj; al i
lislancc wool for .liinulacluring will I c taki n in
il the following places :
Clll.l MDIA COl.'NTV. Isaac Kline's Mill,
!-'i:.:higc etk; llolmes' hlore, Colon. bus; I t w tV-.
rholiipsou's store, I.in i'-liiilj'e; W. I.. allei V.
it's store, l'crwitk; Nlewait tV Lit ki Is' stoic,
'liaiigevill.'; in. d iKiIvy ln.s si , lilooms-
uirr : John 0. !-'hiiri.li ss' slorc, Cultuw i.--u; L. Li-
el's store, .Icri-i) Ir.'.M.-. Deri tv Mcliiidc's stole,
lute all; Mi ioip's slorc, U'asbil glonv ille.
Ll ZLIIAK COI NTVllcvi.olil'sstore Kings
on; tiiliieri lecvc's, 'ilksbai re; eis' slme, N an
icokc; Jndje Mack's .Mill, 1 1 iinliugloii
I'luin written directions must occom
nam unh parcel.
ii. u. fii;.i;iiLAi;T.
Dnivi!!,', May 3, IS lfi "
Ofungeville, Co!uvi(i county, Pet.
Till subscriber respectfully informs the
public lhat bo has least d this tare,!! ihico
ory Tavein, nnw in ibe (iccuianiy of Mr
' ... i . , - 1 1 . i , i i
i ienroe. M'ipie, in eiranoevnie, uniuninM
mniy, I'd., and intends moving into n nn
he iii-st ol A;iril next, w here he will bo
iliMsoi lo ee Ins old friends and cusluineis
ivill nlwavf be furnished with the besd llie
ii iri'iit iillorils, His 1 1 A I ! wi:h ihe cbuicrst
it I ,K otM H And bis ST A I'.LK, attended by
faithful llnsllets, be flaiier? himself thai lie
will tie able to (jive (jetieral satislaeliun
will nlwavs be ready lo tranporl walern.tn
mi theit rouie,
I C JOHNSON
ilan.'h lo, 1815--if'
C-o'i-'L. ii-o b
ilifriiiis l!ic ciliii ns o
r- I -..I.. .!.. . i ...
In: ir; i';
burg mi Mai,.
I hal lit
street oiiiioite t l. l aid s l much, where l e I
opened i-hop, und is nr w ri ii;'v and pie and lo
receive and eccut.' ull work in bis lineot I ii:iin.s,
..i:h dispatch and in a woikiuuiibke muniicr.
cloclis & Watches
of lue best tpi.ili'.y, can be had at his cstal lislnni nt
on v, i y reasonable tt ui' .
ItKIMlKIXO efc ( I TAJ d
will be done to ihesati-ilaeliun ef the customer, as
well of flocks and Watches as of .Ii webv, and lo
will further, w arrant his w nrk tole c.u'-utcl us
wellas any in this section of the !Mu e. He i,l
jl..o r.ule to trdcr
or rorket, and in short, will do all oihriwr k Vfu-
Ial1.1 done in a well regulated rcf it tat le e-!u!:.iyi
1 ' .. I ...... .. I .. ..;, alio l'i ii I., I .Ii m
'v J- imi. o n-.i. .. ..... -
and a dci.e n jdra'C. I" net ne i :! fill il me o
patronage. t'onoOy i'rr cure luken in )u.n
lor w-eik at -.c in "ktl p'.'
BWtyKSOF ALL h'lMJS,
SALE AT TMSOtriCE.