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'TROTH I r II OCT M4
A.f l.ir, OCTOBEtt 28, 1813.
The Modioli .
W have m i-imtur J thing b say no
(ni-ideni l.) complain ufm vexation u
ntakn cut'dr; so satislaomry & magnificent
is lb general resn!i. Our good nalnit
babbles from the depth of a j.iyful hear!.
We feel loo well lo he anrv. Our enemies
n rt fully lorjiven all llif if venomous slan
ulcrs. We stand ready in bury ihe hichet
trf.d smoke (hi ralimot of peace. Out
coitibti-enes is btul takings np, am!
we bon( a 11 ig u( truce on itie battlement
.of our fortress. The crash it din of content)
'HT'M have no Irnsei plfHsuie for an nr
uliat incline lo peaceful music mingled, w(
knowledge with xnltatioii (we are mor
but tempered with returning fiiend
tlifteas. There are a thousand little ihtngs-tfn-y
ccicvitnces, inconsistencies, trencher
ie and deceptions about which we imgl I
iratse a great ado, anil lash our indirrtiiiiiu.
(into f'iiy.; bui, really, we hav'ut the lieari i
probe them just now. and we lay ovi r iheii
consideration as our friend Taie would say.
ad bdkfinitvm. The Malmiing fraud
iIih 8 o'clock vmm jr the tiesehery li
JJnrns the ridiculous handbill letter frnn
an upprimtv: boy the report f Ueiwirk
conversations ihe small puiaioe-ciiiieism
opita "serious expense" ihe wonderln!
iiKV about a $15,000 surplus; are small
matter along aide of ihe tremendous vie
lory , (hat has rebuked those who were cot
rnprlv T-i-pe for condemnation.
Vn jire saiUlied lo lei by gnnes pass, and
we look to the future fur cnnieniment and
.prosperity to all. Disturbed no longer by a
sxtntenlinn, thai weakened our foreign inlln-
mi!8 and poisoned our domestic quiet, we
can cultivate ihe courtesies of lile and en
joy .together the prosperity foi which 'si
tio'i;isi. rntrrprizt have fi' fit us. The
wt, ihe centra and il6 east, (Divisions
mij-riemovala iiinhoujjhl of.) will exchange
their productions -thrir ore, lime and
grain- -cijj J i"g mutually markets at home,
and in.cooiiiioii markets abroad striving
only, in a generous rivalry for Ihe pilot ol
einerprpZ'', and meeting always as c ;i i zt
nf ihe sa ne county, connected in itiierfii.
in feeling' and in faith,
Fmtoiute indeed wis ii for a' I parlies
concerned, that the rerenl expression of
the popular wi'l was so indisputably
derisive. Had it been doubtful, the con
(pillion would have been renewed and pro
(rafted As it. is the su. cestui parly is in
dined to .nagnanimtty, (be other to acquire
crncrij; St lar as httoiati foresight can
pronounce upon the subject, our local que
lion, as rule. for the adj. i, lie aiion of the reo
pie, is dHtermined and eut!cd;and it berome
proper and possible: lo forgpl that animosi
ties have enraged, and conflicting inier
ersts, dhiilej ns. flow much more
agreeable-will :his he, than the state ol
t-rnientioit from whii'h wn have j isl em
Tliii'virtuous township is always righi;
and't.eY voice always command ng. She
givi-g a vote this tear thai her citiz-ns ma
well be proud of, fur it is not only d.cinivi
and unaoimoun, hut wlial u still heller, il if
correct and honest. Not one traitor, not
single bogus republican; lives in the buud.
of the good old township. She givei 211
voles fur (he Uemoviil ami not ne a gains
:! S.'ie fiives votej for Fuustiin, am
not one for Ciark ! 1 A'l honor! Slu
deserves by reag.ui of iIk weight ami on
animiiy of h'cr vote to the rrnlil of bcini
called, (in a contest where all have ilont
wel)ihe BANNCItTOWNS!III of ih
.Slar of ibo North '
Ilii lea than font weeks since this Fur
lace was blown in under the rrinagpmen
.of Mr. Jtoies 'lilston, and is now di tg :
jreaier busines than any odier An lrtcie
Furnace of the same ruti, in the 1,'niiei'
Stairs has evpt brfore done it ia making
M tl'e rate of one hundred and twenty loiu
of the best kind ol Na. I Iron per wept
ii every project of its continuing to do su
Others may boast of l!ie superior ability r.
Coinihodoie Perry in starling fomacea, anr'
crai k him up as the only man 'apble ol
rlartirgan anthracite furnace, with as nine),
wind as they do their foundry coal sheds
and seven by nine abantees, but we chal
lerge them to produce an inManre when
nn anthracite furnace in the U S. has
done a better loudness, for the first four
wpeksj (ban the Irondale Furnace.
utder the charge of Mr, Ualston. And, yet
oh, borriblc,i!ic works aie driven by wptcr
A word in Season.
Jiticovering, as owi people sie, from lb
mharrnmincnn under which they liavi
labored, it becomes (hem to adopt and adhen
o i safe course of btisiuras in future. Ooi
tn net experience should not be barren ol
instruction, nor uitprodui livo of improve
tteni. Let business nave a regular and
lealihlul revival; let honest thrift and pro
lenl enierprizt be en :otir.igod, let the re-
Hoiuces of the country be developed, sieadi
ly and surely but let speculation be frown
ipon let artificial aliiiiiilants to trade, (tin
lealibful aUays in itnir operation,) be
ivoidi d; and lei the baud of toil, rather
dian the dollar of the capitalist, be protect
-d by law. We have tried all the blessing
il enjoyed all (lie benefits of infilled rredi'
mil blotted business, and we declare. (h
diey have brought more grinding distress
tnd suffering upon the country, than al
oher political causes put together On1
rue policy for the future is lo keep out o
lebi at a coinmiiuiiy and as individuals
o keep legislation from tinkering ami med
Ming itli currency and trade; and to pre
vent 'he increase of coiporations lo bloai
Mininesi to compete with and discourage
individual enterptize, imliijiry and skill.
I, el it have no more alternate expansion?
md contractions bloating and crashet
liP! us keep the constable, the sheriff and
lawyers from our door, by dealing on Kin
lo'ph's golden rule of " ay as ton go,'
and let us have an opportunity lo pros
ji-r, without artitii'Ml obstruction, by reasoi
if t xceanive I' giblatiori upon corpoi a'ions.
'turrer.cy and tiade. The best thing oui
people can do, is to live honest ami repuili
'an liven, and the best thing our lawmak
era ran do, is to give us as liule as possible
of their special legislation, and excessive
iinkenng nf the laws. iSuch is (lie seuti
meni and feelir.g, if we are correct, of tin
ureal body of die cit'zna of Colombo
county, anil we hope slw;tys lo hmt
them supporting the giine wholesome
K f. F. C T I O N K Ii T U It N S O I
P !: XffSYL V AN I A.
DEMOCIU TIC Al.f, OVIili!
We give below the returns ol tnu elec
lions throughout this Stale, for State and
County offices, so far as we have been a tie
lo glean them with any kind of accuracy.
Tl e result is truly glorious fur the rauet
of Democracy and Equal Uighu:
In this county, the Democrats have elect
eil Michael Kel'cr to the Assembly, ain
Christian Leukerj CommisHioner.
The Whigs liive elected Mr. J.irdon,
t niitor J ones iM .run, Sheriff John
Ztnn, I'r.i;hoi;ofjry John Kuul I ,As
sem' Ivn i,
I'll UMIJRRLA NO COUNTY.
Mr. IJ irns m ijority will lm about ADO
Mr. Bright, DdoioiTatic K epreseu'.ativi ,
is elected by about 4110.
Oid mother Cumberland came up to (he
struggle nobly. The whole 1) on acraiic
ticket is elected at; by aer?ge mijority 1 1
JUNIATA COUN I Y.
In this county, the Democrats liaveeleci
-d the entire tii ket, with the excptions ti)
1'ioihonoiBry and Register. It was a close
MIFFMN (JOHN IT.
I-JaMKS H CRN'S AT II'MK.1
The news fiom Mr. Horns countv is
really glorious. His mi-joriiy is
The Demoiratic niijority at the Co senior's
-leciioii, last year, a a s 73. The mure
Democratic tiekei is elected by an aveiagt
majmity of 300.
Tlte whole Democratic ticket in thit
county has been elected by a large uisjor
The Demorrais have elected tlieir Pro
thonolarj, Mr. Davis. Thj average major
ity of (he whig ticket, is something ovei
The whigs have canied this county by ?
mn!l m 'joritc.
MON I COMER Y COUNTY,
DiiZza foi Oltl iMonigomcry. The Denioc
ncy liave carried their entire li ket by a
east 1.700 mvjcriiy.
The Demorracy have carried this county
most nobly. The entire ticket is electee
by 5 or 600 majority.
The Whig ticket is elected by abou'
The entire Democratic ticket is elected
by a handsome majority, with the excep
tion of Mr. Ahl.lhe candidate for Trasurci
Mr. M'Curdy, the independent Dcinona
tic candidate, is elected
PERRY COUNTY. ,
Mr. Owen, the Independent Democratic
andidate for Assembly, is elected' The
other portion of the ticket, with the excep
tiott of IVothoiiotary, are alt elected by i-
large in joriiy,
UNION CONUI Y;
The Whigs have carried this county' by
As usual, gone for the Whigs.
Thr Natives Coxrr.ETF.LV Kovtkd:
HuzzaZ-IInzza! !-Iluzzt ! !! De
inocracy triumphant. 'I he Democrats have
lected the entire county V.kei by about
1 000 majority. Agin o! .nine members
.if Assembly.' The Natives have not car
riixl lino le candiifnie. Three cheers
for (he uoterrifi'll Democracy of the
The Whigs ha-e rallied the city by a
majority of abou( 0i0 over (he Natives.
The Democrats have carried' the rt tire
Row,' ofthecitj and county offices, b
ahoul 000- Clory enough for three years
The Natives en completely nvorthrown
their death knell hei been sounde.d Re
quieicat in pace.
The Whig majoiiiy in this Couny will
run from 150 to 300.'
KATC FROM MEXICO?
Weretoive by the New Orletr.s Pica
yuiip, daies from Mexico eleven days latei
thin brought by ihe Pfinceion. 7'hey are
irom lite city of Mexioii to the 20tli nil, ami
Vera Crt.z to the 221. Tim papers on
tains an account of the inauguration ot
President Meirera, who took the oath ol
office in piesence of both llousrs of Con
gress; on the 16th uli.- He pronounced a
ilisi;ourse on ihe occasion, but scarcely al
ludes to Texas, and doen not hint even ai
any tbff'crf nces with the United Stales,
lie recommends good laws as essential lo
.lit exist nee of a government and the pre
ervation ol order and peace. He promises
t rigid suprriniendance over ilie polio,
with a tiew of effecting a general fetltng of
security and of preventing crime'. 'J'ht
pure anil rigid administration of the finances
i,f the country, and especially the equitable
,iy menl of the poblic cretli'ors, without
my show of favor or preference, is annnun
i-,eil as one of hi most urgent tlr.tires. 'I'his
araitch of the Message leads tne Piesident
to deplore the utter insulliciency of the
revenues of the Uoverfinieni,Hnd giver him
an opportunity to dcuand the prompt and
energetic cooperation ol'lhi legisla ire body
to remedy the evil. A I the powers ol
goverument are paralyzed for want ol
loeans. In pointing out particular evil.-
Irom this source, the President sa) a:
Too army cannot move; leiritory usurp
;il; will rnnaiu usurped; and ihe hope ol
recovering it being once lost, the usurpation
vill be successively and gradually coiniuii
el nut., it embraces the whole Ki-ptiMtr
ir.d (I ahuddtr lo confess iij Mexico will
to manv elements of abundance and ol
greatnpss ill disappear from the numbet
of independent nations.'
The Mexican papers give tin most ruin
ute dcuiilsof the mil t;.ry ami naval forcef
which the United Stains have concentrated
upon the frontier and cua.tts of Mvxicu,
Every Mexican paper speaks of a war
for the recovery of Texas as a matter ol
ourse. There is no longi r any talk about
i declaration of wai but the plan seems if
!) lo go about the recoit()iie.M of Texas a
the enrl esl convenience of the govciiiinein
La Eptnmzn, of Taq, pioo, of the 3d
ult., savs that letters have been reiftiei:
which declare that Paretics was only awnii
trig die arrival of $00,000, hourly expected
o itike up his march fur the Rio Crunde.
There is nothing else of interest in thi
papers. ne government is utterly with
ml means lo pay us necessary expenses.
J I t 1
We copy the following liule pnragrapl
rom an exchange paper, who it emanated
'nun, we know not, but whoever he is, wi
eil venture to say, he knows bow to'drin
lull cre away, 'as well as lo er joy hear
i V laugh, that necessary arti.de lo vlukt
the rob.wchs from the br.in:
'Be content as long as your mouth is full
and your back warm remember lite poor
kiss the pretty girls don't rob your
neighor' hen mots never pit k i n editor's
pockets, nor have an iuea that he is going
to treat kirk duh rarelo the deuce bli ck
your own boots, and pay fur your news
1 i area
No man is bom nobler than anntbrr.
says Seneca, unless be is born with belter
abilities and a more atnible disposition.
' The 3 Olh Congress.'
When tho vacancies in (he St-nate- are
tilled, that body will ri is believed stand 30
Democrats to 21 Whins.
The next House'of Representatives vt il
probably be divided as follows; -' '-: -
Whigi, . ' ., ( . . 7! . .
AN ADROIT ROUnDRY.
A singular and adroit robbery is said t1
have bfetrcoininitied a short time ago, in
on of the alleys of the Ch tinps' Elyeees
Paris. The long fringe of the white shawl
of a young and pretty woman caught in tin
button of a geoileman. The fail dime m
releasing her shiwi from its hold amused
her captive iib a thousand amiable upolo
ies. and' tripped ol with an airy step, till
lost under the trees. I he next minute lb
jntleman wished lo consult his watch, bin
da-, for bun, it li-d disappeared wiih (In
Soon afier the Corpern'on System ol
astronomy began lo be generally under
stood, an bfil'Connecticul farmer we-it n
his parson with the following inn,oiiy:
Doctor T., do you believe in this new
story of the earth moving round the sun?
Yes, ceitainly.' 'Do you think U is ar
ordtng to scripture! If ii's true, Imw
ouhl J tshtia' have commanded iVestm li
siaiul Mill!' Umpb!' quoth th doctor, m
tihil puzzled, Jcstinn cominanded im sui
io stand anil did heP 'Y'cs.' 'Well, i
srW ei,' did-it no.!'-'Yes.' 'Vety well
Now did you ever bear that' he set it a go
The Thumaston Rccnrder says ihat it
New Oilcans they make sausages out ol
horse tlcsli, and be tliinks thai youi;t met
will become coltish by eating them llorsi
llcsli is nol so bad neighbor. I ntl.t r cnief
the makers of loese i xcellent edibles pre
pare ihun from puppies, kttieiH liver tut
nips, and sticli couilimeiits, as are oinlublt
lu a dish of sui h fine qualities.
' A N E 0 1) T E O V V, 15 N J A C K ' ON.
A letter from Peusacola that a gen
tlemaii sojouiuiug there has hiiiusiiI lit
ieisnre limir.s in luiiiiinj; up the legentlart
history of the place and h is picked up tin
ltd n wine:
ticii. Jackson, during his exploits
r lorida,. w ishing to gel the inosi accural'
inf'irmaion respecting Pensacobi, loade
una country wagon (t uli i hickens am
nniler lite vuidar.ee of an Indian in the d a
tiuisc of oltl dolies ami a long heard m id
Ins appearance there a-t the pedlai ul a rari
species of aante chicken: tl iving d
uiauded a iicity hili pin e fr bin' gam
chicks, he uma long enough in scbiug then
to gain a pretty thorough koo w l.'ilge of !)
place, aiitl UoaOV reluineil without bi-liU'
oispecied. V helher he aui'Ccetli.d in sell
log his chickens or not, he ceriHtuly sue
needed in the pi. nopal object of his bust
il ihis is true, il is si'iL'olar that it ha.
nol b. fore found its way before tho puhln
'tut there are old circus here who vouci
lor the sinry, atnl as every reiiituscence rt
ipecling lh (),(! Hero' is interesting a
mis tunc, I give you this fr whti it i-
A 'IIAKM0NI0US JURY.'
A jury, " Inch hail been lot ket) up a
Ihe (i ol) - Hotel, Pnilaili Iplna, Iron
aiiii tlay lo Monday being on.ble li
lal'inooiZ) their opiiiloiH, com oiencei
mining g!ees, which were renuikahl.
or the eump iss and eoeigy of (tie cbo
a onos r c'AUnirr
Some youm; scamp in N o folk has beci
gliteiiing sundry old lathes and nervine
iins on i of sevtii year a grow tb, by walking
tin .vtri el so'emi.ly al mitlnighi, in the gaib
d bis gfainllatlier' Heini; oveihauletl at lax
' ihe watch, he was told tiy the propei
uiliori'iiti thai ilifie is danger being 101
piritiiHlly inclined and was then peruii'ci
TESTINfJ THE EFFICACY
A person in New York having heard n
be wonderful cures peifoimrd hv the new.
y invenivd galvanic rttls,orderpd a numbi i
f the in in be med as snout rings for ho
iL's,in order io curt bis bacon. This is
ad as the man who fed bin hoi's , n s'tet
nea's lo preserve his pnrk.
M.RRIEI-Oaiheeenine fe 131
iiKi, by ibti R"v. Mdion (J. I.inhioer, Mr
John EcKt'RT, to Miss Darbaka Ki.nn,
both of Danville.
On Sunday evening 12'b insi. by tht
Re. A. Ileberton, Mr. Ck rgh W Rotii
of l)erwiik, to Mt-s Catharine U. IIrmh
ToS, of Neseopeck, Lt 2rne county.
DIED On Sunday morninj 12 h it'i.
in jfeadinif, Mrs. Fvh Fricktr. widow of
Anthonv Friikii, deceasedaged about 1(12
TEE M ASSETS'
. HtdoMiditrno, Oct. 25; IS 15
, Wbea',1 .'
)i ie d' App'es',
1 1 2
UST rerelveJ and for sale, al the new To
S)W Slid Wheel Iron iWanutaitnrv, iiui..si;im;ii.
out's Hotel, several kliitU of IFJI Ill.lHS, Mi or
mid COOKl.XU M TOVm, i,f the lieai putu-n,
wliicb will be suM Ijw.
u. J i:i(,'i:.
. Oct- 25
fHl'IE suhsctibcr will oifer his IJnlcI tUM
more rroperiy ioi saie uum mc .j.;
l i.'ltuiilifr uukl. It net suld liy that time, th
lli.af will lis rented tor one ob three years from III
1st Ucc. of next. The luUuit wl.i h the lniililli)i;s at
crcicd front 10' fret on Main-street the Hole
Jt ft'i't fruttl, )iS deep mid tinea stories biult
.11 1 It ot I. rick in 111. J lid Store liensu of went
-5 feet front, 88 deep uud two ami a half slorie
tit,'ll. Tint Unti l is fcU')i)-ed to tlo a-t iiiut-li In.
snow any ti jthrr Hoime on he North I'.-.lith of
ttia4tHijutilumia,S: is now nccujiieJ Ly I'h nles 1,
'J'hc'co nditions nf ibesule will be 10 per oci
1owu, 20 per cent on the first nf Apiil next, an
I0 pijr cent unnually One half of t!ie iurchua
timncy will be left on the property if dcfitcd.
Kot any other information enquire of
E II UICOS
Illoomsburs, Ottoltcr 23, 1945 27.f
. .LIST OF" CAUSES,
For Tr'uili, November 7rm, 1815.
I- Huiton W Wsjiples n John F Mann et si
' J.iIiii tj Atcl'all el al vs Jose,)!) I.ainan
I loileri Moure va Jjlin Cheater ct al
( .loiiuihun C f'eiiuinglon vs Joliu Cticsteret a
5 A 1:1 to in ms vs Vanin!i Ree
(i Titliiaa l.hi.'ts Vii 'J'houius Mworcbcuil
7 Peter iihy vs Joseph Lricld
t rt I'ctei IJahly vs David Te'ri in
. y llcrnar.l Sieuicr va I botnas M. Nair et til
IU 7tvi l Grim et al vs Jaouli haul
II Itinlulpb litiniau vs Henry Kostculta Ivj.
i Wiiliain Loaiite va Abnihnn Kl.'t,
l:j (Jciirye Feitermaii vs John Kline
.4 Jcaa Hi. win in vs Jacob oizard
- 1") H nj itiiin l.eihcr ct al vs Stacy Murdrum
IC John 1) (Chester vs Isaiah olo
. 17 ,(aut'iimy & Sinn n'ou vs VVm 'I'regu
IS Samuel creiiih; vs Win c Tii'(;.
I'J Henry Tory vs William Hi nriu
LIS I' OF JURORS'
Fir Xivcm'irr T,,-m 1815.
G'lJX ) JUROllS,
13 loom Janit l bec
Urierc.rRi( Mlwood Hughes, Isaiah Salinoi
lleiuliick J'j'in c Kinney, John Mcl'eynoliU
Jatkaon Solomon c iHtroin; John llariinnii
Liberty i'A Hilmyer A!iraliiiinllfiitliii kit
M .ihoning 'eicr Kisliul Kobuct liicli.nt Join.
Miuitntir John If J ick John Ilictcriih
Mifllii John Mieruian l-ai di Slintna'i
Madison Abrabalu ' uitoti Joseph .Vaster
Orange F. G Rieki Is
Knsrinijcreef Heioy Keller David Vrser
V alley--William Kinney
Eloom rhendmo McJoMll
Biicrcret k -Jesse Dow man Allen M (iant'ena
Fishiojirrceli John IVolir Muses Mclfenrv
(JiccuwooJ Aaron Kccsc Join, son Ikcler (V'm
Jbtuilixk Ibtlits Applrnia'), sen J.-hn Old E.
l.imeKliiue -John Fulton (iitlcou ertineu
Liberty- (iccrgeBnndman VVillianilJendiicksoi
Malianitij! Lewis vaaliue Uauief Frzir
Moitiitir -Klijall Miller IliM tl W Wlllitts
M illliti -Jici'b artzclsen William Attlun G A
(low man Elislia R Brown Henry Petit l-aiul
Mount 'IcM.tnf va.nucl Johnson
OranRe W iiliain Covenhoven C'corge Ilarm.in
Roioinscreck Jn'tn ll.jghes Usniel Keller .a-
Itan Lee John 'lamer
Sut'orloaf Altrahain Younjr
Valle) -Jliua -teller
TIN and SZIIIH HT IRON
TltR iiirMniber havini located himwlf in
nioonn'Mire. is prepared to fumi-h all kind' of
.vare. and retform ill kinda of work in his lin of
business, at cheap rales snt) at shoit nolieo e'or
lias ftiriiislied himself with a new alid splendid
dock o! tools, msrhLerv and materials from I'bil.i
ieiitra. nno ii a i. a i,n:r pitn-oa'-e oi tuAb auu
WOOD fi'lOvr.N, ol various nutte-nK, tu suniily
i s customers. lie will to.iatjntlv kueo on b4 d.
TLy W.I RE of every description.
STOVES, n large variety, neatly and subatan-
tialy tiniehed, together with I'll A'.
CO IL BUCKETS. A-c.Ae.
Ho rrspcrifully solicits public pilrorace H.iv
ng l een for some years enencrd in hia bucinefs,
ind havim; experienced as.dl-jnts, he feels coni-
lentof fsn fylng all who may favor ltiiu u-nh
lien cost mi.
COV ttlV rjEltC'Jt.T.YTS suprlirj rn
Cull on the fun h si,V of .lain-strre t. 3 doors
below Ibfl i Hire i f dot Coliiiiibia uuiiKTat.
October 11, H' Iv'S
S, E. CRAICJ.
A I), COOL,
Atlonw) nt Law.
ni.oo.MsBtiu;, col. io, pa.
OiTice In M n'n-strcet, o pusite Ihtl'er' Hole',
CII AKLF.y KAJILKII,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
111,00 SISllURf!, COL. CO , PA.
Olli'to, corner of b'aat ami Muln.strcels
AUorncy at Law,
r'l"ne South tide of Riii tt, oj-puita
Eyer lhjjleij't Start,
n.r, attend roujrrsiN
'HI': COUNTIES OF L'OLUMIUA
LrxVfILL, Oill'ltum,!, WliiT,
IV Iv lexule fJctrer in
No. 61 North Third Strce:,
leo. W. I.iqvillj
iljenl1' Oster'ob, t PIIH.A,
lofph V. West.
Aug. 0th IS 15.
Svai.va mui sit r. En jstehjl just r,
cived uud for s.di: ut the New Store.
TOVE Ff PS for sale at the New Stnro.
A. B. KLTJJUr,
rht JUtqte of . IOIIX CRE.ISV, lain of
-.Vire tntciuihip deed,
NOTICM is hereby givg-i (bat letters nf
idininistration on die above ineiiiioned E
iif, have been ifranted to the Mihsrriber,
vios; in Centre iownbip. All persons
tulebtcd to said relate are hereby rioiiieii
make immediate payment eH all iliji
iivinif claims are re.qnesip( to presen
ilein properly anthenticaied uy
EM AS CRsy
ur mo rxo.NQ nb BE 0UTDONI?
:(L U'KWITIIIXG MT.(n:,II1.11EST.
THE iindersigned having taken ihe shop
'ormerly occupied by Mitrshal .Silverihoro,
oost respectfully informs' the- public, that
hey intend to carry on the above branch nf
M'fip.ess and will at all iimeg he readv to d
vork a little better'anj' cheaper than anv
h' r esiahlisliment in ifue plaiie, jiu, I they
lope by strict attention to bu.tiness to nterit
larjtA portion of the public patron iu
Ad kinds of country produce taltfn in,
'ichaiigc fur work & the ren hj nol refused
STEPHEN 'll.'O!! '
IJInimsti ursf Sepi, 1 0. 1 8 J 3 12 1
7HHRHAS, ihe lion. Josnni 15. Asrro?
' rrehidel.li.f the Comt of Over in.o .,
niiter ami (Jcneml Jail Ileliverv, Court, ol iJim 1 1
Sessions nf tin: Peace, and Co U! tof oinnioll i'lia-t
01.1 Orplnuis' Court in the eilt'lh jti.lieiid disiiict
oinpoKCtl of the. ivunties of V,r,i,Im:,pr!:ir,i'
Union, Columbia and LvromiiiR; mid the Hon
S'tnwd Cubs and c :ci H.Jdi, lOHjuiie-;
-..." i. i .i,m ,., v uoonoitt coutuyr .liaw
tiitued their pr-eittt bear iio dale tl o '.!Jt!i ilay of
Ail'.',, in the year of our Lord one lliouno. I
i.'ht hundred ami fo' j '.fivo. uud to mu directed for
I Court rf Oyn and Tcnninrr, and Cm
end Jail JJrliurr;, Ccnrrol Quarter
Session of the l,u:c, Common Vkut
and Orphan's Court.
IN. DANVILLE, in the fnunlv of Columbia
n the third Monday i.f Nov, "jievt, ibeing tbu
I7rh Jay) and to contirt:o one week :
No i e is then fre hereby given jo
toe Inrrnrr, tbr JiiM.er-i f the IVa.e, mid 1 1.-
tlBb'esof the snid county of Columhia. ibm ib.v
he then and there in their proper persons, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of ra I duy, nidi ibeir
rnenrds, inquisit- nis am) other rcirembrar.ces.tti do
those tilings wnvh t.j their nd;ces ninrt.j,n i..
be done. And ihoso that are bouml by rceomn
. -i i
imces, to proFerute Jeainst tho prisoners thai am
may be in the Jail of said exnoty of Colmol in
ar8 ,n " 'n.cn ami mere In prosecute against tbeii)
as shtll be jitst. Jurors are rc(pietcl to bo punc ;
'" """ n.niiniy io ininr noin c
Dated at Ibmvilif, the 25 th day of Hi I. i,
flu yearoiour J.ord one thousind eight
hundred and foly-fivc and in the C!Hh year
of the Independence of tho United Suites
IRA.U DERR .'A riT '
SrtTitiTi's OrtiCF, Danvilla
October, S3, Id 15. ... 1
T'fERKAS. I have learned front ra-ious
' sotircrs, th.it n certino Marv Utru. nf Ni. '
Karloaf, has rtrrulatcd a slander tbsl I have iiu(l
nr,J attempted to kill my wife, and J. 0. O. onij"
M. (.. (. Iiavu likewise di-na the an o thiii(j,
Vow,;f they hgiedt.ip I ).ronoi,ne the flory a
t'ali hood mill hlacder, utij stoml ready to prove if
i, :tl si'y time.
jli:lm! -ii srn fti,