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LEVI 1.. TATE, ElMTOIl.
svraitn.vY mor, nov. 17, 1819.
A 'twas far Iht Columbia Democrat.
Yt-V. ft. PAtMSH.TliirJ and Chestnut street,
f)- E. W. Cabr, TliirJ and Walnut ilrnets,
OJ-GtoRun PaArr, No. 113, Nassau street,
WOol. Tate, of tlto Columbia Demo
crat, will please consider our beaver louch
cd" i.'e(orrf GarrVc.
f A id "wju'i any thinir else," Gkn-
IC7 "To preserve your health, drink
-water, and get married early."
OJ- Thu "Olive Rrauch," has among i"leavt$"
tho foreguinir, which, by the way, w think
!i)uldbe among its4o)Hn,a indicutingVuif ?
Ti the first part of this proportion, we tnoHt
h.'arlily su'ncriba, but are inclined to dispute t ha
l I'lnr. Wi d 1 not for.pl th advice of Franklin,
n rGjn. Taylor' ixe dixit upon this iitjnrt ;
but are oppod to it physiologically, on account
both ot the mental and physical development of
We do not intend to discus the nhjct, but it
appeal to us, that the mind and body of the
parent should be fully matured, in order to giv
health and vigor to the child. Beside this, we
think also, that the health of the Parent! is pro
moted. In view of these things, in part, it is de
creed in some countries, that no young man shall
tmrty until twenty-five, nor a woman till eigh
teen. Itis asserted by Wallur, we think, in his
work on "beauty," that late marriages are favora
ble to its preservation.
Spoils and Debt.
It a Messed fine thing for some of our fellow
citizens, that the Whig Party has once got into
p wer. But if the treasury of Uncle Sain dont
suffer for it, it will be a wonder. The fact is, the
whig party were completely bankrupt, and the
Fpoils of ollice will just about fix them up again.
Nu wonder there was loich a scrambling for the
"loaves and fishes." It was neck or nothing,
with the universal Federal party.
Well, we are glad that the creditors of the poor
fellows, who have waited long, can now hope to
ge-. something. It was (lead dog or no dinnei
w ith them, for a long titae.
We notice that the Honorable Filz Henry
Warren, was arrested at Springfield, Mass. just
us he was stepping on the car of the southern
train, for a debt of 1 ,100. Ae gave bail for his
appearance and Went on to Washington. The
whins Hied to make us believe that all his debts
were paid long since. If he makes a few more
trips out there, v.e imagine they toun will be oil
Creditor vs. thbtor.
The relation of creditor and debtor, is one,
wliich, in a trading and commercial community,
t:,ust he sustained. The na'ural honesty of man,
or else his natuml credulity, give rise to the
credit system. Necessity on the one hand, and a
desire for making money on the other, bid fair to
Vep ihe system forever in vogue; notwithstan
ding the apparent attempts of the Legislature to
sap its foundation. There is perhaps, little doubt,
it'll e system were entirely eradicated, that in the
end it would he better tor the public; though the
hardships at first would undoubtly be great.
ftut this is not the question we started to dis
cs. We must lake things as they are, and not
he anirr.-y because they are not as we could wish.
Then l'.tion of creditor and debtor, to a great ex
te.it, must exist ; hut there is absolutely nothing,
in tnis country, so torturing as a Shylock uf u
Cmlitor. He docs your steps like an evil spir
ji like the nhostol a murdered companion, he
meets you face to face at every corner unrelen
ting as death, you are not released even for a mo
ment, upon any pretence.
He v ill cull you a cheat, a lair, a scoundrel,
and appear to rejoice in your distress. Hut it of
ten happens; aye, always, that your creditor is
Homebody else's debtor. What he wants of you,
another wants of him; and thus a continued
chain is f irmed. When one is pressed he presses
aont tier, and thus one five dollar bill may benefit,
in the course of a week, thousands nf individuals.
Think of this, ye who own and can pay. Let
not an innoeent, honest debtor, he distressed on
your account. You may in this way bring joy
ar, 1 gladness to many a heart.
There is one other thought, and then we have
done. Since every mm sustaines in society both
relations, of creditor and debtor-when acting
creditor he should remember that it is just as
difficult lor tubers to gut money, as himself. His
err Jit i perhaps received in b'Ter encourage
ment than h! eo.v receives himself. People ap
p;ar to f-irget that society is an endless chain, of
which each tnni !oi ins a link. Popo beautifully
says, ami it wi.l apply here.
Vfrn ni'ireV- rti.im wi, .lever link yon strike,
Tnth,or tea Ih-iu-nn Ph .fcrca'f the chain alike.
rpyDurine 0e 1 'Her pail of lat week, we had
q lite n l'rehet in Fisbmircreek ; and the Susque
hanna, at this die, was also quite intoxicated
Indeed, we may salely siy, that both the riv
e.r an I creek, ww on considerable, of a bender.
The ground is becomim? pretty well soaked
with rain, and th waters will now, twt prnba
ab'y.busuOiiiontly high for practical purposes,
Wc noticed oiiK timo ince, in i paper we
accidentally picked up, tome rumaikt, in regard
to the fashion of letter-writer and newspaper
pufiijii, describing in glowing color, the person
al appearance of our ladv writer. The author of
that article, i decidedly opposed to the system
of thus holding up to the view of the profane vul-
ir, the person of our distinguished hteralii.
So far as regard the propensity to puff the
beauty of facp and form of our poettasea ; we go
with the author of the article, upon which we
are commenting, heart and hand ; but when lie
ays that a man or woman one hundred mile ofT,
rare nothing about the appearance of Mr. A.,
or Mis B., we most respectfully beg leave to dis
tent. There it much in the personal appearance of
an author. A man who make mankind hi study
judges very correctly of hi talent, by hi descrip
tion, True we like no fiction mixed up with
this matter. Hut can it be said, that the tout in
temble of such person as Washington, Napoleon,
Wellington, Scott, Byron, Wordsworth, Milton,
Pope, Bryant, Willis, Mrs. Sigourney, Mr. Wei
by, and hosts of other, are nut interesting to the
majority of their countrymen .' Tous.atany rate
such reine n indices of great men, anecdote, say
ings, and doings; are indeed peculiarly entertain
ing. It i undoubtedly true, that the character nf a
great writer can be seen in hi work : but mere
curiosity, if nothing more, would prompt u to
wish to become more thoroughly acquainted with
those w ho have cheered many an otherwise wea
ry hour. We love to sit in our arm chair, and
bring up before us, bodily, as it were, the author
with whom we are holding sweet converse. We
must tay therefore, that we are in favor of seeing
all our writer htld up to the public.
Col. Kenry Pttrikln.
Wij are very wry to announce this mor
ning, the death of Coloiiel Hknby Petrikkn,
which took place yesterday morning, at two o'
clock, say the Spi'itvfllte Timet, of Friday,
Nov yth, at Mr. McKibbiu' Merchants' Hotel,
Col. P. was well known throughout the Common
wealth a an active politician. He was the first
white child born in Bulleloute, Centre county,
in the year 'US. He was a printer by profession,
and for years was the Editor ot the Belief in'e Pa
triot. He was a member of the Houe of pre
ventatives fur several years, and, as we learn from
ventlemen whnseived with him at that period,
was one of the most active and intelligent mem
bers in the House. He was subsequently elected
to the Senate to fill the vacancy occasioned by
i lie resignation ot Judge Iturnside. At thegener
aleleetnm in the year Colonel Petriken
was elected for a full term which he served out
When Governor Porter came into power he was
appointed Deputy Secretary of the Common
wealth wliich post he held for six years, and was
retained in the place by Governor Shunk. He
was removed by Governor Johnston. For a few
months he has been discharging the duties o(,ijii
nerintenilant on the railroad to avoid the Incli
ned Plane. Colonel P. was a warm-hearted man,
exceedingly ailached to his friends and not un
jenerous towards his opponents. He had been
in bad health for some lime, and his death will
noi surprise his friends. His remains will he
conveyed to Harrisburg for interment, as he re
quested yesterday morning.
At the time of his death, Col P , was super
intendent of the railroad to avoid the Inclined
Plane, Philadelphia, now in progress. He was
in the Ji'2d year uf his age and had been ill but a
fJ-The stone from Pennsylvania, for the Mon
ument of the hero, christian, statesman and 'lath
er of his counlrj ,' Gkohc;k Washington, is row
ready for the builders. It is 4 feet long, 2 feet
wide and 15 inches thick . On its face it hears
the following inscription : "Pennsylvania,
Jrom he quarry uf J). 0. 7inrr, Montgomery
A Soldier's Death.
Lieut. Col. Dickinson, of the Palmetto Regi
ment, being wounded at the storming of Chmu
buscn, was left in the Hospital at Miscoac, w here
he died. The Buffalo Courier says that in ihede
lirium of fever he heard a drum heat the reville
at early morn, liaising himself with an cflorl.he
i looked calmly toward the window, and said, in
his deep tones of command. "Battallion, hall!
order arms! ret!" and falling back, he expired.
Ohio Central Railroad.
The Ancient Metropolis ol IheS'id, published
at Chilicothe, says : The counties of Musking
um and Licking have made an additional sub
scription of $Mi,0ij0 to the torl of this Compa
ny, The aggregate nf the subscriptions is $1.'0,
1)00, which leaves ST-WiO" yet remaining of the
sum, which with the contemplated loan, will
i build and stock this road fi om Zanesville In Co
lumbus. It is expected thai Licking and Frank
lin counties will make up this deficiency, and the
road is to be placed under contract itnmmediale
ly." Thanksgiving in the V. Slates.
Florida, November I, New Hampshire, 15,
New York, 'i:t, Maine, 23, North Carolina, 29,
Massachusetts, 2!), Pennsylvania, 2'J, Khode Is
land, 29, Ohio 29, New Jersey, 2.
The Cost of the I'aeifir. Railway.
At the st. Louis Convention, an estimate was
suhmittrdhy Gol. Curtis, a skilful engineer, ol
the cost of the road to the Pacific, and the cost of
asurvey. The road can be made, ho thinks, for
eii;hiy eight millions of dollar'.; and one thou
and men, an entpner with a party boini; nii;tied
to each one hundred miles, can compk tu the sur
vey in one year.
Hon. William Strong. This efficient tal
i anted, and courteous member nf (.'impress, from
Beiks county, is recommended (or speaker of the
' neit Congr. ii.
Agreeably to previous notice a number of the
country editor of l'eiinsyUuiiia met at Bueli
lei', Kaglo Hotel, on Friday the lUh inst., and
organised by appointing the Hon. NIMIU1U
STIilCKLAM), editor of Hm West Chester Jl
publican, President, M. U. Hoi.unooK, Kq , edi
tor of the I.ancunti rian, and C. K. McCi.imk,
editor of the Juniata Stntittt l, Vice I'lesidenls:
Gkorge Frysinukh, F.sq , edilnr ol the Lewi
town Untitle, and J. M. Coopir, editor of the
Valley Spirit, Secretaries.
On motion, Messrs. Thfo Finn, of the V
Telegraph, P. S. DFCHKiir.of the Valley Spiiit,
Wm. P. Cooper, of the Juniata Itrginter, Hkn
ry S. Evans, of the Village liecuid, John B.
Bratton, of the Carlisle Volunteer, Wm. M.
Hih.si.in, of the Libanon Adv either, w ere ap
pointed to report a course of action lo the Con
After consultation by the Committer, th
made the following report to the Convention
which wa adopted :
Jlesolved, That an adjourned conven
tion of the editors nnd publishers of news
papers within the State of Pennsylvania
beheld in the borough of Ilarrihburg on
TUESDAY the first day of January next,
(1850,) to niemoralize Congress on the
subject of such an alteration of the postage
laws as will allow newspapers to be sent
in the mails, within the counties and con
gressional districts in which thev are pub
lished, FREE OF POSTAGE ; also to
memorialize the Legislature ol Pennsyl
vania on the subject of having the laws of a
public nature published in tne newspapers
of the Commonwealth ; and to adopt such
other measures as will be calculated to
protect and advance the interests of the
public and of the publishers of newspapers
of the interior, as they may deem proper
Jlesolved, That the editors and publish
ers of newspapers in Pennsylvania, with
out distinction of party, are requested and
expected to attend said convention.
Jlesolved, That the above proceedings
be signed by the officers, and published in
all the papers of the Commonwealth ; and
that this convention adjourn to meet on
MM ROD STRICKLAND, Pres't.
M. P. IIoi.IlllOoK,
C. K. McCtCRK,
George Fry singer, ? Sccrctaiip.
J. M. Cooper, $ k"-1311"
The tolls on the Slate Works, received
at the State Treasury up to Nov. 1, amount
Last year, to November. 1 1 .032 50
Excess in favor t f 1819, $07,414 12
The fiscal year, in this State, closes on
the 1st of November.
Ascs of llie Prt sideiiis.
The following have been the ages of the
Presidents of the United States.at the tiir.c I
of their election to the executive chair
7. Jackson, 01
8. Van Buret), o l
11. Harrison, 07
10. Tvler, .r)()
11. Polk, 4 a
12. Taylor. 01
1. Washington, f7
2. John Adams, 01
'A. Jefferson, 57
1. Madison, 57
5. Monroe, 57
0. John Q. Adams, 57
The average of the above ages is about
57 years, and it is a curious circumstance
that five of our twelve presidcuis have been
of the ace of 57 at the time of their election.
Harrison was the oldest of thppresidents.and
Polk the youngest, when elected.
TtiKitt-: were sixty battles fought during
the revolutionary war; thirty-eight during
the last war with Great Britain; and thirty,
two, in all, during the late war witn Mex
ico. Dcalli of a .stranger.
About two weeks ago, says the I'uttsvillc
Emporium, a young woman came to this
lown in the Philadelphia cars, and stopped
at the Exchange Hotel, where she give her
name as Ei.i.ks Crook, and said she was
from Allenlown.bui subsequently told some
one she was from Reading. After remain
ing with a negro w.-nian on "Guinea Hill."
there about a week since gave birth to an
infant. Both mother and child were sized
with Small Pox.and died, the first on Sun
day last, and the latter on Tuesday night.
The trial of Joux R Bosr.ru. editor of
the Fayellc Jf'hig, charged with stealing
letters from the Kniontown I'.t Office
commenced at Pittsburg, before the United
States' Court on t'riday, Oct. and las-
ted four days. The evidence seems to be
decided enough, but the jury could not a
gree, eight being for conviction atnl four
for acquittal. now trial has been ord
ered to take place on the I Dili instant.
The. P.h riioii ia I.ouisianri.
Ni.w Oki.i.a.ns, Nov. Z.
(Jen. Joseph Walker, tli" Detune raiir
rniididate lor (iovernnr t-1
. heen elected. It is believer
! gressional Delegation w ii.
j The election passed of! ver
Important1 from Sanfa I'c
llrturnvf Col. 11'ashing.tun from the Xuvi
jo Country-Treaty with the liuliaris.'
Major Stein IicenveriiigSurgeon Nor
wood and Sergeant Snyder Killed by
Indittnii-'Xtw touteto California Discovered.
St. Lous, Nov,
Hy an arrival here from the Plain., later
dates have been received from Santa l'e.
s i r i , , , I
l,ol. N ashington returned to litH quartern i
on the 2Sth of f('iteiribir, from his march !
.1 i ,i m . i i
through the Navijo country. At first he,
found the Indians very troublesome, and I
notdinjiosed te come to terms, hut he final-1
ly suceeded in concluding a treaty of an i
imnorlant character with the Naviinn, bv
1 J '
Sell it is Stipulated that lIlCV cive lip all
l property which the marauding bands of
U. t A I . I
r tribe have stolen, relane prisoners and
uowledire tlieir Ktibiection to tlie United
Stales. The Indians appeared perfectly ,Thte!vh"l're'acq,,-,i..t,.,lwith the relative .it
satisfied with the arrangement. uation of this place, innt pereonu that, destined
, to be, as ill a lew vears it will be. on the ereat
J revious to llie conclusion ol the I reaty
Col. Washington had an cni'ajjement with
a parly of the tribe, in wliich six Indians
were Killed and several wounded.
Major Stein who was wounded in a flight
with the Apaches, on the Ifith of August
last, is recovering. lie is now able to
walk about, but the ball has not ycl been
Surgeon Norwood was shot dead in the
same engagement, ami Sergeant Snyder'
who was woiindiid at the same lime died
from the efTecls of his wound on the
14th of September.
Lieut. Simpnson, who accompanied Col.
Washington on his expendilion, has dis
coved a middle route to California. It is
situated between Gila river route and the
old Spanish tail. It is a wagon route, and
three hundred miles nearer than any other
passage which has yet been dicovered.
Business at Santa Fe is represented as
being verv dull.
The Hamilton County Representatives
Probability of an another "Buckshot
ll'ar" Id the Ohio Legislature.
Cincinnati, Nov, 12.
In the Court of Common Pleas of Ham
ilten co..thecase of Brodwell and Ruffin vs.
Mr. Roll the Clerk of the Court, came up
for argument this morning. The decision
of the Court was given by Judge Hart in
favor of the defendant. The complaint a.
gaii si Mr Roll originated on an application
to dismiss him, for giving llie Democratic
members from the first district of Hamilton
county certificates of their (lection. The
Court decided, Judge Tallin dissenting,
that it did not feel it its duty to interfere in
the matter. The complainants had their
modi; of reiinss by an appeal to the Legis
lature ihc proper tribunal to decide matter.
I hat no proof had been offered to show
that Roll had acti d corruptly in the dis
charge of his duty ; but, on the contrary,
the opposing coiiiise I, Mr. Storer, had ad
mitted that he believed Mr. Roll acted con
scientiously in the case; that Mr. Roll
could not do otherwise than give the cer
tificates as he did, it having been certified
by the Justices that the parties receiving
their certificates had received the highest
number of votrs. The case is therefore dis
missed, and the Court decree Mr. Roll not
guilty, as charged. The opinion of the
Court was very lengthy, but given clearly
and succincily by Judge Hart.
There is every reason to suspect that the
disgraceful scenes of last session will be re
pealed again at Columbus, this winter, as
both sets of delegates will probably claim
HKi;r.iMi. Va.. Nov. 12.
Colonel D. T. S. llaymond, Whij; has
lu en elected lo Conijres.s from tliis district,
This jn a Wlii pain.
Mrs. MARIA T. YATES, eonsort of
Dr. C. M. Yatts, ami sister of tlie lion.
James Iitiehainm, died at Meadville, on
tin; 'Jtl iHsl.l'itlslurg Morning Post,
The resignation with wliich this truly exempt irv
and chrislun woman met her death, was in harm
liny ith her paheiiee tlurin a lonqand hopeless
nei i"d of s'lU'erii.e; and di-ea-e. Dinini;a life of
.iiipreiei:dini;exe.liei,ee, she was enabled to cm.
fi-r in.ieli t'ootl up. in tin; ilesiiim,. an,l lielpless ;
and sh(. d.. charged all her doties as wife and run.
tht-r ith sii (;iar r.it e an I .It votion. She died
inonined by a larjje eiri-lenf reoilives and fiietids.
Tin: Syr.'itryv Co. riiii C,mkV(. e-rn
that ti e hint; iend;lii; rise of Mul-leti r, Mc
M.d.l'i, sal, the Daily N-v,, lias at, lenptli been
celt led. 'I I f del'ionlHiit ,.i pai, thePXerlttors
ofia- pi.iiii'.tr-'l.-i.'liio inca-h, as their half of.
'he vj'ne o tin. --).! i ii i,' 1 1 1 . besides ."iO..'i.;0
in oiitsiandii s del,.,. ' .M, iire (lrrr.r,., (r
sale. Hid are worihi the a'teinion of Coertin.,'
i,...,., ,i 1 . 1. irt . , , . ... .
.' Clmpfn 'n at in e nf
oor st.,'e prisons w.is :
a-Ken riv a Irien.l liiev to, prisoprr
j ua lei C'.nrt-I mi "' Aa, (!,,. ans -. cr
rililK siil'Viiber oilers for sale his J . j
nousic and i.or, m wm -e!jTL"
lovv-Giove, (.South llitnbur(. ft&J i 1 1 j0
The llousi) is anew brick building. .m fa
ol sulllL-ii iil e to ucciiimiiniJatH a
Urst family. There i a well uodcr cover at the
liltcliiin door, of excellent Water, superceding 1 lit)
llivessil V of Ifolng elsett belti to pmcine water
suthaeiitly Ure lor cow mid three horses, and
other aptiiopnale out buildings, ail new.
Tle m,ltP(t u,,;,, i , distance
about equal to cuht sqnaies ol in-, toet each from
the Court llo Ise ; (W leel wide and I U leet deep.
qq,,,,,. Hie (HUhe lot, properly dispo-
sed. and of various sizes, m. wards ol $t?V$
' ORNAMENTAL 'ntBKS,
einiiracing quite a variety, viz : .Ma-7,i,,
pie, Klin, Linden, Ash, n'uiti.n. wood, Mmtiern,
vq.ii,K.Wiii..w, h..-k..r, ui.k, iiuck eve.i , ,
, L. ( ,.,l;,r. WI, He. oiiio. i.c . with a vanetv o
a vanetv of
elect Shnhherv Th.ro are, ;,so. npwaida" ol
Thirty Young I nut 'trees,
I WYITdl 1)1 V II till ill U Ul 11 II ft I V II -sliWt-1 1 1 "111 .
i T,ie!M fri!M vvlMe p,e,, B ,,,r; years a-..,
' nd are just beginning the dt v.-lopim ni i f their
ihorounh fare to the Lakes: the purchiwnf lit
al F.-ta'I e heie, must hu a safe and profitable
V- Those disposed to purchase, are invited to
call soon on the subscriber, on th" piemies, or in
his nlisi'iicp, can make application personally, to
R. K. Khodks, F.sq., HlooTiishiirjr
DAVID N. SCOTT.
Nov. o, is if).
N pnrsiianco of an order of the Orphans' Court
of Columbia county, on Fhilav thk
I'AY IT INoVFMHCR MXI. ill tell I, 'clock 111 the
forenoon, Samci i. Kim.r, Kxecutor, S,t.., of
MICH.AKL I'.VKKT. late of Madison tnwnshin.
in said county, deceasi-d, will expose to sale by
Public t eniloe, upon llie p'emwi s, a certain
TRACT OF LAND,
situate in Madison township, contiiniiiiff
One Hundred and Thirty-Seven Acres,
more or lesi, adjoining lands ol John Jlcllei , Jnn.
Rillheim, Paul llaitot and Georjio liojrarf, about
i imty acres of whii h is cIimiimI I.hiiI. Then:
are on the premiurs two lo houses, lot; biro a
t;ood apple orchard, and all kinds of 1'KUIT;
one eood spriiiL' of water at each boose.
L.ito the Estate nf v,id tlnco:,.,.,!. -iiostn Sr. tl,u
township of Madison, and county aioreaid.
JACOB KYEKLY, Clerk.
Elooinsburg, Sept. y, lSl!) Sis.
t ti I lie above saie stands ailjourned un
til SATURDAY, the I7ih in.-l.o t, at ! o'clutk,
at the same l i n e.
s mi;kl kisxer, i:yr.
Jersejtown, Nov. 2. 1 19
"VyOTICK is hereby tiven that (he several !
X Courts ol Common Pleas, Geneml Qu.irler j
Sessions ill il.e Peace, and Orntia. s' t;ourt. Court J
of Oyer ami Tei miner ai.il.l.iil Ibdivery, in and
I. n- I lo I '.Mint v ot I .l o in In i In f-on.tiii.ii.'u -..l l i,u '
Court I-Ihusp in Jliionwlivrg, on M niday the I'J'h
day of Noyeirilier in xt, will continue two uri-ln,
I'he Coroner, Justices t-f the Peace and Con.
-t ibles, in and f -r the county of I 'oloiiibia, aie
reipiesled to he then and theie in tlieir proper
iiei-sfins, witn tlieir rolls, roct.iit.s, impiiMiiotis,
and other i'eii.embr:iiii'es, tiiilo 'i.m Hiints to
ih -ir i-ever il ollim-s .ipnol urii u he done. And
a'l itiiess,.s j nweciitiiit; in hi n..'l' ol the Com
moniveallh against any pi is.moi , ar 1 also rcqnes.
led nnd con. mantled to be then ;nnl there a'ten
dini in 'li'-i. nrniier pei-ons lo p, rutc ii :t i ri -t
hen, ns s!,;, ho jast and i . t In depart wilhi til
le ie at their peril. Jurnn ure reiiiesied lobe
pnnetiiiil in their a' terilaiu c, at tho lime appoin
ted rureeable to I heir not iri s,
(liven under mv hand at Id nimsbiirg the Isih of
Odoher, in the i ar ot i it r Lord one thon-nnd
i u 1 1 f hundred and loiiy-nine and Il.e hide
lienilence of the United Stales of America the
(Jul save 'lie Ci irrr "-oil: fi,
MESS. IIAVMAX, SWff.
PHILADELPHIA. READING &
POTTS VILLE RAILROAD.
isi.f, .-r-f-is. j Pli MisTl
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WIN I Kit A l Pv A N C KM K.N'TS.
ON and a
after Nnveinher 1st, is.!i, the Pasen-
mill" will run betAcen I'hil.idelohia
ami t "Itsville, as i llois
Leaves Philadelphia at S.J A. M., daily, ex
Arrives at Readies at 11 H
Arrives at I'oltsvi.le at 12 .'Ml
r .......... t..i ..:ii.. . ti i i t i..:i.. .
' Arrive, at Readimt at 10 CO , l"'',',"'l-v ,l'rt-"'e,l a tine lot tl Mw Ceew,
soiled to the season, wi,itl, we ait willlls lodit
Arrives at Po'tsville nt 12 f,f). pose ol at a ven snuili profils, l,.r uli,fcc. Our
F ynrs. Pofsvilie and Phil.ideliihia 3 TiO and ! s,orl consists i
oil ; PotNvill,. :,,! Iieailiei; 1 do and l.'JO ; Ilea-
dinu and Philadelphia 2,2'i and .!0.
Pa wens ,..,, ..,.., ,k r, 1...
iv,ded u,,b icke.s
X ' H?'"'
i ti I ! i "'V
;alloive,lt, each pase,,,,.r , th.'e lines; am!
I i. i,. iii 1 m i'ih-ii ill
e expres,y ,,rohi,-,.ed Iron, taknaf
hair.'a.'e but their uearni! anpartl
,. nt.be ri.lt i it, '
i anv ihniL' as hai
I who-. will h
1 Hv order of the fioard n!' Minnimra
. . ....
.V'V. in, t;0.
FIRE PROOF CHESTS.
OR PooliS, Papers, Jew-
elrv.fiC. KvAxsi-U'A-r- : i i. ... "r-""-
so.v.No. W) north third street, ; 'st,ir;r ; 1
bel .veen Ar, b anil It iro. unit I.J&.lii'l 'f
sil Dock Street, opposite the ".ct:tr 't
Philadelphia F.xchance. pat. tjl'iSfij" '" ' '
ent so ip-sione nnetl antl Key-f. "
i i . i.' T'..-t-'' .--
I an, thiel Pli )( IK IKON C IIKS TS.'wauanted lo
' stand more beat than anv chests in this country
! Also. Patent A ir-Clianiber Iron Chests,
i 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1-1 w r vn-.i.j:r- .
-THE ORDINARY FIRE PROOFS,-
UI " I 1 l ' ' I'll. ,'Sl .
n , . i f i .- . .
cl an ea Me titt T "J'n lh"U,an' ,me'
,1 ,i Mb Tl 'i' '""P U,K ,'"rk ,s f
m,, I'm Tt rkLs .arc l'rn"r "'""t the
Zlt kev hoi e:i7b?:::K- rVu'A. wilh .,he
... .i..rf Int. ; '
cannot l.lnwn ,. ,.. r,.l f'rnn. nry
e i nu n ,. I ,. , . , r. , J
in ended P nk:''T,W r T,TC
I I nl.-E .... i. i.- i
: Seal .ml I
i fur liniils, ji.iI : ' l""'"""ors
I alent Slat,. ,m R-f, :.,..,. ,..
...... .., .
j lienor i" ar. otiieis, water filter
j the best quality.
hower baths nf
f''""1" 'hi.,t; to purchase any of the above
article,, wi I ii .. i.
. ., ' - " can, as we sell
ebeaper than anv other i ,. re,) S'ates.
t oil uleiphia, . imh, is., .v
VYlnS contained... the
1 last Will and I I ,!t JALoP ML.
i.r.U, Junior, I., e M , Cl,lului
county,, ecu ,.,d,,vil b ,
lie Vendue or Out (
". Mdtt lan. ti. J..186C,
A CcrJain illation
or, Tract 5 Lana.
Situate,,, Cetore Jiiovis
l l reslo-r ,,,lel ,rlh; , o ;
1 terNuller,,,,, the "'..BerljamiD Boo.
on the south and wnt, cull,- 1 '
ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-I-1
V E ACRES AND I , r Y-T 1 1 R F F
STRICT MEASUKEVr '
(PrThere is a LIME iV on ,he ptt.
Iiuses and abiindanie ol g"1". TliKEi
'I'lu.ru IM on ll.u tut.
story l.Uti lluUK, a b-mk
KiJ. "p.'"'ln al'l'"' -:i
Mili.ii Hlorii; Siirin.
T S-l ... ,
of Water i
.J.V . lloor. AUl flt...r ..Ol . 1
Ui in., above tract, UN'-XMiRUD AND
Ti l I II I V ACKKS, is cleaied ,kd, jn a nuh
state of cultivation.
. 'I'l.e land is of first -qua', i' ;md W,J wor,,y
theatte'ito n of any person n ijnay bg lesirou
of purchasing a fiikt-rati! tann
!( Terms, will be made k vin on the da) ot
Leah Miller. Kxecutmvf Juu Millir.Jvn
For fuller description, etc , bills.
Cetitie low iisbiii, )
October 'J't, IM'J. low. j
IViw .llillimi y(,o(,(N
TIMIK imdersitfiieil lake plta.su inanm uriciiiB
to their old customcis iilnie citizens ,,f
tllMOinsbni'i;, (ieneially, 1 1 at l; have ;ust rg.
ceiveil a new mpplv it the inoM J
Velvet, cut nnd uncut. Satin, Ci.it!, Rib
bons, of all ill cilplions liit f K.vtrs.Fenll i r,
out sitle flowers, boos, p tit is, , l..,-i,,St riet
wreaths, combs, crlored-sill, lace Jusions, inr-iie
scarfs, kid, lisle. Ihiend ai.d Colo gne, t)ie.
slut!', Collars, Spencers, Laee-cies, Velvet and
I sllire't anil satin HoM.ets
! ALSO An assortment nf plaii Ronnetts at.d
( al's' 'r",,ht'r W1,tl l'""1. w. e.
I M. t S.Iakklf.V.
niimnishuii!, Oct. '7, J H'.i.
' " " - .
Ol It h Is litiehv tottl. II, m I mMiit.l.'s
hlNlolire I x,,li t ,.,1 ni.rteisii.ind
liainni; in me r.rt k mat Ma'iniiei uoiiits, un
der the ii. ue in d iitr, ft v uif 4. j.p r, is
dissolved by n ntiial coi si-i,p Tl.e n Is t-l 'he
late tii ni air in llie hauls o Jon i i u r i z. I v
vyboni nil ilt-hls n i iini-i, n , , ill( ni( w
paid and with whoni m ci urits n it ..i ttitd
JOSL1 Jl sv 1,17, '
Plo' rnsbort'. Oet. S4).
rpi.F. sub-el ilit-r, il.niiktnl Iiii ;isi (.'itirni'e,
J lesi.t ciln I ly i 1 1 ; 1 1 1 lis lis Cisi'i, ni :u i! ihe
puiilic, ihiii In- i sis ti,!., ti i p ci,:,,.,. l,)l.e i e
dluu.ii si l nu yiVRF., wr.
'nil "in t'lniii'ie h i; i osmesis
n.sii-,.1, ill nil lis i!e;iai linenl
i same sl-iiin in il.e i.m ii-iiil'o l)oilil,u.5ile,e he
i n v i if s ins ii ;fi os iii (; i ve nun a call
The CiiIuii bian (. ;,i uia'r.i , t i n 1 : n Fptl!
ma -book, etc.t tc , ti tell er will, o ., j
woi lis aril select stain any, (n sa, ,1,
!r A splendid as.si t'n t r,t ( j. i,r.OiS
.... 1 1 I... .J . . ' ,
in or iei rivt u iii a ityyiiiysai
u ve ti-
nm!MUfy, Ort CM. xA
BOO'J'M AM) SliuEsT
r s 'ill-, siiiisciihers n-li.n.s tl , ,r H aiio i
( J citizens t t :!,;, msLmg, m d the pub.i Ii.r
; li'l llie) OIVUIs, Hl.t iip-
pi i.e tlicm that ihey
I ave just leeeivetl a
ti hp new assninnei.t of
Hoots and Shoks.
I on Main Street, to
which tliey invite i,h '
I a'tentmii o riisinm.
I ers rht-n- selection comprizes every sort, size
and variety, and at prices "lo untitle limes.
iCreatbau'ainsran be h,idi)ii ai4it-.iiifn. .
I (W- Store opposite Lratly-s Holt1,, 1 1. Main St.,
second door above the Conn House
I , FHAIvrz it JOHNSON,
i Plooir shnrir. Ort 27, ls.pi
FKEMl ARRIVAL OF M.W GOODS
I A'l' THE CHEAP ARCADE.
14 v.. tin snbsciibeis, ainitui.ie IQ all etif
I,' ""' cus,omers nnd the i-uhlic that
! I'reilcll and Entrli.cl, Alnrlmiee ft,
Ii.no- it i iMerinoes. AlanaraJ.
. . V L. ' i'l USI I II t.f ,;dU.e, V-
1 . 1 . 1 1 K .1 1 1 1 1 iii ii. .1- ....i.u. n .. i . . I . A. . i ....
1.....1. .i ., . . i :
Shawls, In,,, and sli,r,.o,d,r,,e,,.snlW. C '
'r' ''"' :"'s upt.il'. eryartl; White ,
-nd stript'tl; Horii-rv.-eloy,, M, t- I
miiiKs; t.f all kin Is. Av,.,v'e,. :, ;,.m,....,rf .'
j Fanev and staple e, , ids. Aiso.-A Wl,
, ro 1 f ,, , 'i
! l Queens-ware. I art -ware. Cednri.4'
r veiv eelti-la
' H' ill ... . - .Si
ii ii - v wa re. A In-sh supply ol cm 1 1
CROCERIES, good and cheap.
CJ" We continue to st II the Inst article of"' I
i ney-syriip niolasts. for .'.. . Is i.e-r tul'ioni Irf '
elusion, (. win
I on 1 v at'tl, if our I. it i t's m
Rive us a call we will in icliuii. give them! i
show. f i
II. C. I. W. HARTM.; "
Bioomsbnrc, Oct. 2-1, 1-4!i-.';ni. V '
COODS IS' E W AR Rl V A L .
JUST leeeivetl nnd now openirg at tl
stand ol the srbscriber, a .splendid i
ment of '
i;v ,oiJiN -
Selected wi'h (ritat caie. and Ircni long t;'
ence, he flatters hitiist-ll that his selectit
Rood, not only in patterns awl styles, hut ii'f
ill! nn. I nrin.. n...i ....1. l.n ...!,! n kA .
''iir. Ullll i 1 1 OC'-Ulll SI ML' lUHI
- . ,
i sthle tirices. i
fr"m 'kia of s.ik ; ami reuipr
1 materials for cloaks and tlres ,o red am""
i flannels. A e0d assortment nf
I t'lchs ; Cassimers ; Satins and Xe'F
uieaeoeii koii oro n niiisniis, raske s and I
: i"'H ,'"-vs' H',s "' C.r''-HlS.
I lileachetl and brown muslins. p.-Vrls and 11
Crnrkefv-wmn, Hai.l-naie. rnifar.war...
of (iRi rFFirs it Spicks Also SALT.C
Allot which he respectfully request lii;,'tlc'
and the public to call and examine.
Or-All kinds t.f train, lumber, and
rrotiuee lasen in exrnarire and Inr it" '
hichest prices will alwavs hi
L. B. Rl tT
BIot n,s...iri;, Oct. 27, 1S4?
(Cm, i s
(e-l'i-, ' i