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tEVI . TATE, EDITOR.
Dem oxalic State onilnallons.
Gen. Win. P. Packer,
Of T.vcoming County.
FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER
Of Chester county.
tor ivbon br the suriiiMi: counT-
Hon. Ellis Lewis,
Public Document), Our thanks nro
duo for pullio documents, to Messrs. 12nt,
Jenkins & Steele, of tho Legislature,
onil also to Ex. Gov. Smith, of Congress.
CANDIDATE FOtt COA'GUUSS.
Ex, Gov. Wm. Smith, as wo observe by
tbo public papers, is a caudidato, in Vir
ginia, for rc-Mcction lo Congress, at the
Election in May. Gov. Sniilhis a fino ora-
tor, able statesman and national democrat,
ts thousands of cur citizens well know, who
litd tho pleasure last fill of hearing his
thrilling speeches iu Columbia, Wo shall
await tho result of his election with lively
interest, and rejoice at his success, with
exceeding great joy and satisfaction.
Adjournment or tiieU. S. Senate.
'i'he U. S. Senate adjourned on Saturday
last, after confirming tho appointments sent
in by President lluebanan, and ratifying
the Dallas-Clarendon treaty, with several
important amendments, the extradition
treaty with tho Grand Duchy of Hidcm
and also commercial treaties with Peru,
Vcnczula, and Siam. Tho livo Mexican
treaties negotiated by Jlr. Forsyth, were
considered highly objectionable, and wcro
not laid befuro tho Senate.
. Boston Olivo Branch.
Joins' H. Sleeper & Co., have succeed,
cd Mr. In orris, in the conduct of tho Boston
Olive Branch. If is one of tho oldest, best
conducted and most respectable literary
papers in Ivew England. We have enjoyed
tho satisfaction of its exchange, for many
years, and regard in as an invaluable
house, hold treasure,
ty- Sco prospectus in our columns.
Tho Selection of the Cabinet.
There seems to have been good judg
ment used in the Choice of the Cabinet
Officers, in view of satisfying tho different
sections of the country, that would take a
natural pride in being represented. Tho
North has three members who, with its
President, may bo a fair balance for the
South, with its four members and its Vice
President. If any one says tho North
should hive had four members and the
South three, it is replied, better be magna,
nimous and have the proportion as it is.
And then tho threo sections of tho North
ore represented in tho Cabinet ; Now En
gland has a member, tho middle States a
member, and tho Great West a member,
So loo, the sea-board Slave States aro rep
resented by two members, and the Great
South-West by tho same number.
The Bradford Timos.
"Wo have received two numbers of tho
Bradford Timts, under the supervision of
Col John G. Frfeze. It is materially
improved in appearanco and interest, and
gives promise of future usefulness in tho
Democratic cause, and tho support of its
principles. The Lycoming Gazette, speaks
thus of Col. F.
SSy- Mr J. G. Freeze, formerly assistant
editor or tbo Columbia iemocrat.hsxa assu
mod tho control of tho Bradford Times. '
Mr. . lias gone into too heart ot tno ene-
mvs country, and wo hope ho will striko
aiUt and left until David, tho annotated of
tho PhilHstines, shall fleo beforo him, and
his followers bo ECittercd as chaff, beforo
an October wind.
A Soldier of the War of 1812 Tho
Commissioner of tho General Land Office
hss issued a 1G0 aero land warrant in fa
vor of Mr. Gosro Peabody, tho celebrated
banker, for services in the war of 1812
He was a privato in tho well remembered
artillery corps of Georgetown, D. C, com
manded by Major Peter.
Resignation. Wo learn that Col. F.
M: Wyokoop, U. S. Marshal for tho East
ern District of Pennsylvania, sent his rcsig
nation to Washington. Mr. Wynkoop
Lannado an excellent officer, and wo trust
his successor will provo ts popular and
President Buchanan has nppointed
Col. Samuel Mcdary, of Ohio, Governor of
the territory of Minnesota, J. P. Anderson,
lato dclcgato from Washington, has also
been appointed Governor of that territory.
Both these appointments have been confirm
ed by tho Senate.
jg?" Tho aggrcatc amount of taxublo
property in Pennsylvania for Stito pur
poses valued by tho Board of Hcvenue
Commissioners, recently in fession at Har-
riiburs. is S56S.810.278. Tho amount of
tjzablo property in Columbia county is put
down at 83,303,300.
Godey' Ladt'b BooK.-i-A splondid
number for April, emphatically tho ''La
dy'a book," grace our table, '
DAYID STRINGER MOT.
Tho Allodgcd Murdoror of Dr.
As will bo remembered, wo announced
in a postscript last week, that McKim, tho
alleged murder of Dr. Norrross, had been .
arrested at tho Lone Pond, on tho north
mountain, in Sullivan county, by Messrs.
Aaron Wolf and F. A, B. Koons. Tho
arrest took placo on Wednesday afternoon
of that wcok,
Knowing that tho wholo communly have
taken a deep interest in tho apprehension
of tho miscreant, who perpetrated ouo of
tho mofct foul murdors, which has shocked
tho world for years, wo on our outsido this
week, give such of tho particulars of tho
former c.-rccrof McKim, as have como to I
light, and shall hero detail somewhat mi
nutely, tho circumstances of bis arrest, and
his subsequent conduct and appcranco,
Mr. Wolf was on his way to tho region
of country, north of tho mountain, when, at
Now Columbus, a village somo ten miles
south of its foot, his horso becoming disa
bled to perform tbo contemplated journey,
ho prevailed upon Mr. F. A. D. Koons, a
son of tho Hon. John Koon3, to accompa
ny him, using young .Mr. Koons' horse.
Ascending tho mountain, Mr. Koons oasu.
ally remarked to his companion, that "it
would not bo strango if wo should como
across tho murderer of Norcross on our
journey." These words thus carelessly
spoken, are now rcnicmbcrcdj'as almost
prophetic. WTe may hero remark, tint
those two young men aro men of peace, but
of undoubted courage.
Both aro comparatively of light muscular
nuke, but lithe and agilo, McKim is tlx
feet in height, uncommonly stout limbed,
longarmod, and apparently active. Ho is,
withall, cool and deliberate, in his manner
just such a man who, if murdor be in him,
could brain his fellow without a flutter of
the heart. In due timo our two young men
readied tho cleg int and comuiodiou3 Hotel,
of tho Messrs. Rickets, at Long Pond.
They drive up to the door, and in tho ab
sencoof tho regular hostler McKim comes ,
forzvard to lis their horse
Wolf oschago gbneos, but saynotawoid.
Al'Kim, with many polite expressions, took
charge of tho horse and led him to tho sta
ble, while, tho two young men entered tho
house. They there communicate thcirsus
picions to each other, and concert their
plans. Doth wcie unarmed. Having ev.
cry thing arranged, M'Kitn is sent to
tho stable to harness the horse, tho land-
lord is informed of their intentions, and
asked lor his rifle. With this weapon upon
tho return of M'Kim, Wolf entered tho
barroom and at sufficient distance to uso !
tho gun safely and surely, announces to
M'Kim that ho must surrender himself a .
Mr. Koons thon stnnt forwnrrl
and examined his person. The mark in
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tho hand, the scar on the forehead, tho
marks with India ink on the arm aro all
found. A ropo is procured and Mr. Koons
pinions his arms the prisoner is placed in
tho carriage, and by twelve o'clock that l
night is landed in Uloomsburg jail. Tho
prisoner at no time mado the slightest re
sistance Crowds flocked to see him on tho three
following days, but tho eager, and in somo
instances vindictive gaze, of hundreds seem
ed not to annoy bim in tho slightest degree. !
Most of tlio timo lift rnrlinnti nnnn the, Vioil I
rind nulv cm llin innrninrs nflnr liifi firf
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imprisonment did his countenance wear n I
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it was apparent that a violont commotion
was going on within. This however soon
subsided a reaction took place, and ho
listlessly lounged away his time. Ho how
ever engaged in conversation freely, and
when unrestrained by tho presence of too
many, his manner was really affable. Ho
admitted without hesitation that ho started
from Dunlcith, with Dr. Norcross,
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!, but al-1
legcd that ll0 lcft the Doctor Rt a poInt
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wcst of Altoo.'!a' whero tho murdor. 3
committed. Ilo spoko with a sigh of Dr,
Norcross as ''poor Samuel'' said that ho
"thought as much of him as a brother, and
had dono as much for him." Tho reason
ho assigned for leaving Alt:ona after tho'
murder was, that having been seen in com
pany with tho Doctor ho was afraid a mob
would lynch him. Circumstances are terri-1
bly against him, but ho may bo innocent.
A Blair county jury will do him justico.
On Monday morning last, at.3 o'clock, ho
started in charge of Sheriff Miller, for tho
scene of tho murder. Mr. Miller, took
him as far as Ilarrisburg, where tho party
was met by tho Sheriff of Blair county,
Wo understand that tho prosecuting at
torney of Blair County has secured tho as
sistance of Wm. A. Stokes, Esq., for the
trial which will commence on tho third
Monday of April next.
Presentation of tho Now British
WASinxnTON',March 10. Lord Napier,
tho now British Miuister, was introduced to
the President at 10 o'clock to-day, by Gen.
Cass, and presented his crcdebtials. His
expressions of congratulation and his desire
toprcservo tho peaco of tho countries, woro
cordially reciprocated by tho President.
Lord Napier was in court dress.
Many visitors at the Whito Houso desired
to witness tho ceremony, but it being of a
privato character, they wore excluded from
the audience chamber.
jjirMaplo Sugar is pclling in Michigan
at 10 cent I'cr pound,
State Central Committee.
In pursuanoo of a resolution of tho -last
Democratic State Convention, tho follow
ing named gentlemen hayo been appointed
to bo tho Stato Central Committeo for tho
0HA11LES 11. 11U0KA-
L12W, of Wooinsburg, Columbia county.
fii.-v-.?-;..;..'.. n- n i i
riuuuKijmiw nun, jvicnaru v aux
ccant, John Hobbins, Jr., Dr, Edward
Morwitz, Geo. Williams, Alex. Drown.
Montgimcry Edward Sutterthwaitc,
Henry W. Donsall.
Chester ana Delaware ildbni E. Mon
aghan, Joseph It Morns.
Berks -Dr. 0. Hunter, 13. L. Smith.
Bucks UobcrtTylcr,HtokesL. Hoborts,
Lancaster and Lebanon Georgo San
derson, H. North.
Northumberland and Dauphin W, D.
Sipcs, James M. Day, llichard Ilaldcmau,
Jcsso 0. Ilortcn.
Kortliampton and Lehigh Jno. Davis,
Jno. W, Hutchinson, Mililia Hannum.
Carbon, Monroe, 1'ikc and Wayne
Pamucl McLean, S. S. Drchcr, 0. H.Molt,
W. F. Wood.
Adams and Franklin Henry Riley, J.
YorhW. II. Welsh, Jacob S. Keidcl.
Cumberland and Fciry Thomas Al.
Diddle, 0. J. T. Mclntyro.
Clinton, Lycoming and Sullivan 11.
L. Diffcnbach, John W. Maynard, James
Blair, Cambraand Huntington II. D.
Pctrikin, Goo. Adolphus Patterson.
Columbia, Luzerne, ij-c Asalirundagc.
llra-lford, Susquelmnna, ij-c. D. W.
Overton, Gen. John lllanding.
Tioga, Potter, fyc. D. L. Sherwood,
Edwin U, Eldrcd.
Mercer, Venango and Warren Hon.
M. C. Trout, L. T. Parmlco.
Eric and Ctattfoid Murray Whallon,
John P. Davis.
Beaver, Butler and Laicrcncc Gen.
Jonathan Ayrcs, Gen. Charles Carter, John
Allegheny Hon. P. C Shannon, 11.
Diddle llobcrts, Charles Darnct, William
Bedford, Lawrence Hon. M. F. Doug
herty, W. J. Dare.
Armstrong. Indiana awl Clarion J.
Alexander Fulton, Col W. T. Alexander
uuit, tyjiurius luuniii,
Favctte and Westmoreland Hon. John
L. Dawson, Col. A. E. Wilson.
Schuylkill lou. F. W. Hughe?, Benj.
Appointments by tho President.
Washington, Match M. Tho folio
wing, among a number of other appoint
ments, wero confirmed to-day by tho Sen
Abnor Pratt, of Michigan, to be Consul
"""" ' "
ister resident at GuateiimK
J- IaS9 Hopkins, of Virginia, Consul at
Joel II. White, of Connecticut, Consul
Francis A. Thornton, of North Carolina,
Consul at Aspinwall.
Peter Sangcman, of Loui siana, Consul a
F. G. A. Johnson, of lthode Island, Con
sul at Deyruit, Turkey.
A. B. llagan, of Georgia, Paymaster iu
Eugene M. Ncilson, United States At
torney for Minnesota.
Charles G-. Uaylor, of District of Colum
bia, Consul at Manchester, England,
Henry U. Andrews, Postmaster at Gal-
veston, Texas, vice John U. Root,
, ' '
Andrew W. Evans, of Maryland, Second
Lieut, Seventh Infantry, to bo First Lieut
enant, vice Matthew R. Stevenson, of
Now York, dismissed.
Tho following appointments of Military
Storekeepers wcro also confirmed : Sam
uel II. Montgomery, of Arkansas j William
R. Gibson, of Oregon; James A McNcitt,
of Tenuessco : and Lawrence Talifcrro, of
Besides the above, there wcro a number
of other nominations sent in and referred,
but not acted on;
Hon. Thomas Duval has received tho
U. S. District Judgeship in Texas j Wm. 0.
n..T.f.i.ii.: ,i if a irM...i
trict, Hamilton Stuart will bo ro-appoiut-
ed Collector at Galveston, and Major Bon.
McColloch will bo re-appointed Marshal.
tST Children Stolen by Indians and
Bruin. Some months sinco tho Western
papers gavo a thrilling account of lholos3
of a child which had been carried off by a
bear near Manitowoc. No traces ol the
child havo been discovered, and iho oxoito
mont was about dying away, when on Wed
nesday of last week! in tho samo locality,
a Mr. Woodward, living near Sandy Bay,
had oomo difficulty with an Indian whom
he had fed nearly every day during tho
past winter, and kicked hiin out of doors,
Tho next day his liitlo girl, threo years of
ago, was standing near tho house, when an
Indian fnrans out of tho thicket, clasped
her in his arms, and bounded away through
the underbrush. Pursuit was commeuced
immediately, but up to Saturday without
success, though information had been re
ceived which, it was hoped, would lead to
recovery of tho child an Indian and a
squaw having been seen tho dy after tho
aliduo.ion earning child which wos clo
sely wrapped iu a blanket, and was crying
of office to Presidents VnuBuren, Harrison,
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Polk, Tajlor, Piereo and UucJianan,
hdward G. W ebb, Dr. Andrew Ncbmgcr,
Gen, Win. llcilly, Win. A. Porter, John
0. Kirknittrick. Eutreno Ahcrn. Win. Snr.
Tho Unconstitutionality of tho 1
The opinion of tho Unitod States Su-
memo Court id tho Dred Seott ease in which
seven of tho nine Judges concur, is tin-
n, ,t , l. i . . . ,
lancy that bcott is not a citiron of tho ,
unitou wiaius, mat "0 was nonnanummcu 1
constitutionally passed by Congress, aro
Justices Wayne, of Georgia, Catron, of
Tennessee, Daniel, of Virginia, Gricr, of
Pennsylvania, Curtis, of Massachusetts,
and Campbell, of Alabama. Tho dissent
ing Justices aro Mel, can, of Ohio, and
Nrlann. nf Noro VnrV
n, TI,ii!,T Q1.1,. q., .1 '
Iho United States Supreme Courtis tho .
highest Judicial authority. It is tho au-
tliorizcd expounder of tho Constitution, its
decisions aro tho supremo law of tho land,
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ti.1 ita ic (1r.nl nn oil nnnil nl i n
nuuua vuuu la iiuiiiuu un uuuaiiuua iviiiuu
its jurisdiction. Wo say final because
there is no appellate tribunal on earth abovo
tins Uuurt anu every man who 6wears to
support tho Constitution of tho United 1
by his own discretion in opposition
fiat. Attorney General Uushing in
farewell speech to this court said to tho i
Justices "You aro tho incarnate mind of :
In tho complex institutions of
our country, you aro tho pivot point upon
which tho rights and liberties of nll,Govorn
mont and people, alike, turn; or rather
you arc tho central light of constitutional
wisdom around which thoy pcrpotujlly re
volve." Wo hove made this allusion to tho char
acter of tho tribunal which has just decided
a question that has stirred tho heart nnd
mind of tho nation deeper and longer than
any other, fcr tho purposo of urging tho
duty of acquicsccnco in its verdict. Men
may, conscientiously wo dare fay, enter
tain opinions in opposition to those decla
red by this Bench, but so far as legislative
action is concerned, every man is in honor
bound to respect tho supremo law of tho
land, No man is justifiable in advocating
a "higher law" it is treason against tho
corner stono of republican institutions.
Tlicro aro thoso who w ill assert that this
decision is contrary to "tho law of God
written on tho heart of man" and endeavor
to create a prcjudico against tho authority
of tho court; but all such men aro enemies
of tho publio good and demoralizers. Tho
moment wo cut loose from an implicit obo
dienco to law,wc aro thrown upon a treach
erous sea without helm, compass, chart or
port of refuge.
As tho detail of the opinion pronounced
by Chief Justico Taney has not been receiv
ed wo cannot comment at length upon it
But its leading features, command our full
endorsement, especially with regard to the
unconstitutionality of ths Missouri Compro
mise. And wo caunot but express tho con
fidence that it, in connection with princi
ples so clearly defined in tho Inaugural of
Mr. Buchanan, will give tho country rest on
this vexed and unprofitable question of sla
very ex'ension. Tho position taken by
tho 'Democratic party in tho lato Presiden
tial campaign has been endorsed by tho
Court of last resort as well as by tho peo
ple. May wo not hopo that slavery agita
tion, will now havo rest and tho peoplo re
pose. Buffalo Courier.
itself, and its bearings upon tho leading!" Uolloway's Pills" and " Holloway'a "warehai, les-ir
MllltAnl ..AniI.H e il. i i Ornhnpiir." fiiul nrnnnrrd In 1m nrifitnd fnr I '
: ::r." X ' '"rUnlhlm midcr fate'protoneo. nndVor Snud- TIIE LAST NOTICE.
... " luu rr,yT ulont purposes, 500,000 copies of tho book Estate of Benjamin llauman.
bybcingtaken byhismastor, whonaalavo P'pui" ia . wen caicuiatca to Ucccivo,
t.:.j.ii.nri'n.i..,fTiii...s. .t Icing anc m& of tho original, except.
. ... . ' . 1 to fur as legards tho water-mark in tho Marth si. ifsr -i.
tho Missouri Compromiso was an act un- nancr. viz.. "Hollowav. Now York mid T.nn.
must suprt it as is interpreted --j;
body. Members of Congress musi M1i rlurtor, unicss ,ll0 ivcs of tho pant- WM&iKXXix. lli&W&X:?
isdeeisions, and tho President can- phlets wrapped around tho boxes and pots fifj1"?. ".'K'SSiWS.Vl. S,0..'...... J
up his own opinion or bo guided i containing tho same shall Lear tho words, ol,o,JJ,1.,0",l,,,lIc .J" "" f111""" w new and I
Affairs in Kansas Causo Of miasmatic swamps of tho South, and tho
GOV. Geary's Resignation. epidemics which at particular seasons dc
St. l.ouis, March 17. Tho St. Louis cimato tho population of our crowded cities
Democrat publhhed a statement relative i nro fuscopliblo of being controlled by the
lo affairs in Kansas, given by Gov. Geary, puri'j'ugt disinfecting action of the pills
Tho causo of the resignation of Gov. Geary I uPon tho nmmal flullls ' "1,llle "'"nil dis
is said to havo been tho failure of President caso3 a,ld injuries nro rapidly and thorough
l'iercoto fulUlltho pledges mado at tlio l? curc(1 y iho anti inflammatory and
timo tho appointment was conferred, to , I'oalmg agency of tho Ointment,
suppo. t him (Gov. G ) with tho power of , c. 0AIJTI0, ccnili0 th. WBrd.
tho army and militia, anil ttlO mcailS Ot tllO llolhitiy, Xca York and London," nro discernible as
fronnrv ifnceossarv but instead of re. 1 every leaf of the book of directions
ircasurj, H ncccssarj , oui jusieau oi re-, ,, ath pol oM,OI . , ,mo niay pi.imy seen
CCivino' tlllS alU, hO has paid 5iy,U0U OUt by MJmg tie leaf to the llsXl A hanitsonu. reward
nf 1,U .iron nonltet to moot tho exnenses of Hl" !,vf" U"iy,no rendering such iiir.irmat
Ot U13 OWU pooist.1 w JllLt-l, till. LiiiLliscs Ol , aj ,11:1y )cuj , , j,.t.Cion of any p irty or parlies
tho administration, has boon refused tho aid couuitricitinj tim niodtcino or ruidmc tbu sauic
and support of iho military under tho most . hl""!!."e. i":'"be 'I'".10?-
! REVIEW OP THE MARKETS.
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not les3 than fifty men wcro under oalli,
from tbo dav lie entered the territory until
ho left it, to assassinate him, provided his
official career did not meet their approha-
Tho Governor recro.ts the stops ho has
heen obliged to take, and feels conCduit
that had tho tho promised assistaneo boon
rendered hiin, ho could hivo admiuUtercd
the affdirs if tho territory in a manner ac -
coptablo to the honest hcttlors cf both tides.
In rolatioh to tlio outrages cuinmittcil tiy evening MnrchTtli, by tlio Ucv Hi. A, isU ir
tho pro-tlavery men, ho Bays ono half lias retts, Mr. ltuiul,rii II. ltlciLEii,of Mun
not been told. Ho pronounces the murder cy, and Miss au.vh Kvr.nt,v, diuglitcr of
of lluffuiu by Ilaj-s, the most cold blooded j Jaeub Iiycrly, Eiij., of lllooinburg.
uud ntrucions aflair ever witnessed. Ilij . 0n tho 1 2th inst., by Kcv. Win, J. Kyer,
version of tho Sherrard affair is similar to ! j,ir jAME3 s, M'Nincii, to Miss .Maiiy J
tlioso already published. lie -says, howov Hitliu, both of Oattawissa, this county.
or, war, mo aceouut i
publican over ho signature of "Jones, is a
tissuo ot laisenoous. ...
Tho Governor complain!, much of tlio
ohstructiona uud mutilations of his official
.1 ii4:.l, nr i. To rtn.r.ir.i
correspondence. He nays tho niiil bags
were constantly opened, and all objection
ablo matter to or from hi in, extracted. Ilo
thinks the establishment of a Slavery Con.
btitution in Kansas inevitable.
Sickness at Wasiiinqton, March 17.
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Tho National Jioiciuas occn iaeii pus
session of by tho Hoard of Health, and
thorough investigation will be made of tho
I i. .
causes 01 mo jaie bicsuws-
Important Caution to Druggists and Mcr.
chints in Gcnsral.
Whoroas, ono " William Lcith,'' lato of
tL'5 c!,of Now Yo ''ruS b.kcr' ha?
unla,.ful misineV of countcrfeitinc tho
nr nnninlilnt nf ili'rnntlnnq nrnnnil nnli tinr i
1 1 " - wm.
whwikus, uu liuumunuii uooit or
'don," which appears on every loaf of tho
genuino document, but can only bo seen by
holding tho paper bctrcccu thooyo and tho
And whereas, tho aforesaid "William
Lcith," having been arrested, and fully
charged, on examination beforo Justico
Oiinnolly, with procuring tho printing.and
uttering of tho above counterfeits, escaped
, m cu,ln(lv of tll n '
,ay ofDorcmbor, 1850, and is now "a fu-
' ghivo from justice," and is sunpo.cd tobo
! pursuing his dishonorablo and felonious do-1
w,, . , p . . ....
'Mm I IrmrrMfcta nt Mmf'ii'iAtia il,ne ln,v,a
LnJ viHnjjCs of tho United States archerc-
foro hereby cautioned againit doalinu with
tiio aiorcsaici "iiiuiam i.citu" lor any
"nicies p urpor ung to no noiioway a nils
luii.i ui . iuiluiiiuua, iviuuii water
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up the printed sheet singly to tho liuht.
All others are (.'OUNTERFlilT j and all
mailt U4ii uuij uu uiaiiuuiMluu uy I101U
persons vending them aro liable to heavy
penalties, and will bo prosecuted to convic
tion Oy tbo proprietors of tho genuino pre
parations, ns tho only moans of imardins
hii own interest s and protecting tho pullie 1
agamsi uamago to lioattn anu Ji Io irom tho
uso of deleterious articles, sold under the
guaranty of his name andreputatiou.
Tho said Lcith is a Scotchman by birth,
about 35 years of age, of good addrcs,
deep-toned voico florid completion, light
hair and thin whiskers, gray eyc.J, st mdim;
pboutO foot 8J inches, and somewhat in
clined lo corpulency,
Another Mysterious Poisoning Case in
Boston, Tho Boston papers contains au
account of the supposed poisoning of Mrs.
Livina Biiggi, of Stought m, and tho ar
rest of her husband, Hosoa Briggj, atid a
young woman, Miss Adliuc Drake, as tho
supposed authors of her death. M rs Hri-'cs
body was taken up, and clnrooal lists
wcro applied, which thowed arsenic in the
stomach and bowels. Tho case is now
Governors of Minnesota and R'asltliig
WAsnrxoro.v, March 13.
Samuel Mcdary, of Ohio, his been ap
pointed Governor of .Minnesota, and John
P. Anderson, lato Delegate for Washington,
Governor of that Territory.
Appointment by the Canal Commission
ers. Tho Canal Commissioners havo ap
pointed Isaiah B. Iloupt, Mo' tgomory co
superintendent of tho Eastern Division of
iho Pennsylvania 0 anal. Mr. Iloupt for
morly occupied tl3 position for a term of
three years, and as his re appointment was
without solicitation on his part, the compli
ment is tho more flattering.
Tho HcnryClay Association of Texas is
to havo a grand celebration of Henry Clay's
birthday on the 1 th of April.
llolloicay's Pills, Armed with this
great antidote tho traveller is prepired to
encounter all varieties of climate, for ho
has tho means of cradicting nearly every
species of internal disease. Tlio cudomics
of tho alluvial districts of tho West and the
CORRECTED WEEKLY AT IIARTMAN 8 STORE
I Oats H7i
Whito Ilcans... .100 Dried App'c3..1.r0
In tho Lutheran Church, on Funday
Q t, iath insU hy tbo nov Wm. J.
(J, . ft M llCAD cf mu
I mlolnliin. tn .MisH llvr.r.v lJmr.Aniv. ilimh.
'f , . 1. nMia-,1, .,lf
In Bloomsburjr, on Tuesday last, of Ty-
phod Fever, Mr. Nathaniel 1Cuvee,
' Bf aout a0 ' em nn
' In Muncv. Lycoraina Co., Pa., on Jan
- - ji , nf n-.,:,! t,..
a , , of Limestone, Montour county, Pa.,
and wifo of Jno. F. Mnnvillc, of Munoy,
I .48 rnnro n mnnilis nnfl QR llftvs.
n f i iiuuun.iy, now iorn ami j.onuon." in US- irt Studu to n,, n
T0,l'.? a. rnI Bzn w"1 fc n ni nm.lii.rii from tht
J 13 h of April llll th. nihl M w,CI, iimenu pct.
ton. IndtUe,! io him nrn reqiietlril to M.nier0rtrd
"TKTn'IMnT,1. I 1.AM1. i n
lt w -ii4 ta iiuiuuv UiVUll. in an pors ns
i-1 ''"'"b umotiicil nreou with u Emit nf
IlIrtJAMm lllTui. lain rr (Iii,l . 1. 1 , ..
cramiy. dmaaril,taprcKnttlirm iu Hie uiHleriliripii
NOTICE is hereby given, that th0 an-
J"'?1 Iiiftlnitnrilio ttluekliolilvranrtlia lllonmi.
Monday, the 4th dan of Ulayntzt
March SI, 18S7.-CI
UIIAni.ES w. risnnn.
J. PALMER & CO.,
MAMCCT SrnEGT WIIARr, ri(ILAI)ELrilIA.
Jjcaicrs m iish and Provisions,
rr . . '
J-J A v n r o ta n u y on lian'l an ntcnri merit ff
shoulder.,' Ha J," u'KheuAw'tl
BLINDS AND SIIADESI
O.' .Vfilf' STYLES.
B. J. WILLIAMS,
NO. 13 IkORTII SIXTH STREET.
National Safety Fund Company
Annual alatclll'JIlL nftlie !iil!ni.a fnt tl.n,:;Hl.,
ce an per i-lalcmctit
Hie 1,1-t.ij 3373.:C3 40
To Amount ri'tctvcil from
lH'positoifi liiiriiic Die i nl
cinl inar. from Dec. 1. 155.
W D.ic. 1, ISili 8,i!3,S3 3J
To hitcri'at nrcutuiilnttil dur
I tiff tin aauic pirinil.to tllo
rrcitit of I) noillnrs 47,070 63
To Amount pntpil to tho
Cniitinitcnt Turn! during
the aaiiio jicriuJ 7,333 87
Ily Aino'inlof I'riticlpal ,.tU
in ui'pufli mra .troiu uuc. t,
1p.M. to l)"C I 1M3U
Oy Amount or Inti'r'-st paid
to IK'ponitorB Miring tho
Ny Iiulauce iith thcCnmra
91 034,101 SI
1.374 073 04
3,357,347 '.'J S3 3J7.347 12
Ily nnlancc Willi tho Co. ag
""nvr- 81,371 073 04
Tho nvistmntff, amontitioir. Qa nl.ovr, to (E
million. Timr.i: iiiJN"Kr:n ,xn hevk.nty.
t OHIITIIIIUS ?;n ANU 14 UV liN'TV K1VE HOLLA M
AMI I'OUIl l.'L.NTH. na per .ul,'i jh'-il It, port of AM
'LTd, nri- undo in conformity Willi fio provi.miiii of
tlm rinrlpr. In KIIAL LiTATI! AiOltTDAIIES,
tillOO.M) ni:NTS, nml puch Oral claim struriti-i aa
u III alwnyi imuri- perl'Tt crutily In thi' Ili-i iitnr
and whlrh ciniint I'.ijl to givt-permanency nnj klalilli y
to till! oil and xv .; 1 1 -.--1 ii 1. 1 1 b i , t Inditutiou.
ii. l. nr.vs'r.it, rioidint.
,.. , "ol'T. sr.l.rnluui:, Vice I'rcfident.
WM. J. tlsrn, PccrL-rary.
Marrh 51, IS'.7- It
THE BOSTON OLIVE Bit AN OH.
rovvi.AU ji.vn vnorir.iDLF. nr.jii)i.va.
Till". OLIVr. IIIIANC'II of the New Vrar has rhanced
Iiti'pueiors. and appears in a greatly Improved
inriu. lis iiuw nead Is uiituinnssrd or el, re mil
aulv: mid with a comt.leio ...i r eu t...? ..... .i...
I) nest und best of paper, the appearance of ii,.i oi.I VIS
imAN'Oil is uucxccptiuiiablo to the most fislillojs
Hut Ills cxternalappearauce of UieOLtVn ntlANCIl
is ii mailer or trilling rnnsc'iuenre compared with the
cliaricti-r nfiis contents; and iu this respect ll vill bo
tlio am ol the proprietors to render it not only equal,
but as a family journal.
SUPERIOR TO ANY OTHER rAl'EIt IN AMERICA.
Editorial talent of the highest order U ill hi I'ninlni.
cil iiptn it pisea, and m cnminriK will contain con t
iribiiiioim from m-menl the inntili(tingnili-il of Ante,
nraa wiHern- No piina will lo gp.iren to tturr it n
valualilo ni wMI ns nn iiitcrciititi(j cotnp inioii The
tone, botli oriclnat an 1 crlrctctl. will Up frvth Hint
Bpnrklniff. Wnitcr th-j Mlitorll IickIhiM tt! ftutrnl
.miy r'Ui'ii nrlicics upon n ofhitrrrYting
jinn Fonir unli'l and onrnc ilnj fume instructive
and ethers racy nnd a rnu jti n ,
Tlit ULIV ll ItllANril will cnntnln tclcliri fron
many (iirriiu coNTUiiurrouH,
Tint giuir.inlefing a plonniit vnrirty of llionslit nnd
itylp. (ircashiml bripf uioirra phi cnl sktvlches of ills i
ilnguif !i"il imln niiil 1 innlniliiruct'r will hn pnMish I
d We bhall civ n r'iume ot cvpiita nl intprp-t in I
liclitfraiy world tn!rtlu-r w Kit Impiiriiai nitir s and
rrilirlim nl nculv ntililislifd works. A nortii-.n nf
niircniuuins will be devoted to cho if- ffi'in- of poenyj
nnd in the l.i'lie' depirtin"rii .vill h (oiind nuttvrH of1
Interest relathifr to thf fashions of the flay, and (ihrr
mibjefts f eifial vahi to ladie fi ncrally. 'I lie
farinpr w ill find In ill ts OMVH HltAMUI ;u ngririititi
ral ilep.Trtincnt and hi clilldrttt will t Ifc hi in unra-
velllntf thf tnteries o on r co'niiin of" fincm Wrk "
'i'ht OIjI VI! ItUANCII will also rnutan a siiinninry of
tho iuiporlnn Hewn o( tlm div.wifh anecd.itei. tri
flfs, and n iliouaud liitlo parasrapha, calculated to
excite . iniilc. or illiiMratn n moral.
Hnhf ri ption price, two dollnro n j enr.
Bold by dealers everywhere irr fmireenta n ropy.
JOilM II. UIjUCITK & CO,
N'o. H Washington street, lioaton.
Much 21. Ift57 -Ini.
"sfrixc AM) swim m TJmumiT
fltllE uo.i-rslgned grateful for post patrotngo. re
J spectfully luroriiislilKeustoniers, nod llie piihllc
generally that hn Ins inst received from the FJatt
trn uiiicstinc inrpcai anu most seicci siock 01
Fashionable Spring Summer Clcthi?igt
(halhasyet been opened in Bloonisburf , to whitli ho
inlles the nlteullonof liisCricmts, ntid assures thfin
that tlieyureoiroredforsale ntffreat barj;ai"fi. Ills
Siockconipriesa large a ml selov assortuient of
Gentlemen's Weaving Appircls,
ConFintftig nf Fashionable Dren Coats, of every do.
striptmii ; Tanls. Vests, Bin 0, Unvnts Stockf,
Cotton llamlkerchkf.1, (J lovea Suspendera, Jsc, tc
Goll Uratcus atul Jcucltyl
or every deieripllon. ilmt tml cheap,
N.B. Remember Lowtnberg'tChtap Emvotium "
Call &ud se. Nocharj;u Tor i.jnniin.njj .nol .
nioomsburs, Mn-chSl, 1657.
Spring & Summer,
AT MENSUH'S ciuca'p stohe.
rjIIE nntlorsigned having removed big
j Htore.up town, at the. tiit'tt, lately oernpicil by U
(J tt 1 W llartnmn where wit it cre.iliT mcreaied
lacihtiei. lie Itenabletl loclltra full m-foitmcnt of
spring and Summer Gaod,
Wliifli lie has jul received from tlio ratern Ujlies,
rotnprisina Ury 4JiiiiIj,(Jrocur iff. Hani vir,tiueens-
ware i;enar-iiir nmiu wuci miui,-. iiinnun tve
Tlasier. iron, N.wl.Uoois.r4hoet, lints, Caps, 4.c &c.
Al-so-HBAnY JI AUK CLOTHING.
Insliorl.eveiy t ll l"s Biinlljf kept in country Stores,
to which lio inviieilliopulilicsuiiei'ully
p Ciah. I.u nlier, Old Iron ami Country rrodncs
tikeiitnexennnielor Goods, ill tlio meesl nurliel price.
A. W. iMlIiaijll,
nlouniiburi! Match SI. IfST.
lSIllSr AllUIVAI. OP
SPUING & SUMM E ll
512)3 wm sissy s
WE havo now receiving our Spring
and Hummer Goods, by Railroad al our new
Hand, on tlm corner ol Main slid Mnrku ittccu. The
stock comprisesa lull aisoiuucnlfl
Dry Goods, Grtccries, Hardware, Queen
icaic, Cedir-ware, Hollow-ware, Lrugs.
I'i.li, Coal, I'liiter, Iron, Kails, Hoots, Efiocs, Hats,
Oops, lc &r.
ALSO HEADY MAKE CI.OI'IIINO,
indln Tact everynameahle arlicli usually kept in a
Couulrypiodure taken In nclianat for mods
II. O. & I, W, HAUTMAN1
I ! TANUrACTmir.il nl' vi'Mi'i'im tuna .. .
March SI, 18M.-3m
A VALVAR!.!? IIIOGHAriHCAL IIORk!
flloDLn Dt OWItKD A!D htAO BT
EVESV YOUNO MAN IN T1IR I.AND!
1I1B tlr or Till CKLBfikATBD
INVENTOR OF STEAM110ATS,
"Father of Steam IVavlfftitlon,''
ONE OF rENNSVl.VANIA fl MOST I-ATRIOTtO
AND OIFTEI1 PONS, ,Alm0T'
ROBERT PULTON. '
Onq Tolumo pemvo. IDmirnled with iwam.
aupctbly colored nnd tinted
llntetl rniravliica, nrcuifd In
Mr. Tiilioin oritlml drmvlrii l
tiie neat manner irom air
renregentlna hli nninGrnua
u"l'""i c nnnn ititviERiinn, r nriinrntloiia. Ac . Ac
toBeincr wiwi eopiea ol tin rarly dmnlniii nhrtt in
yiniPl imininiuriii ninicrjIliriilladeliihU, liyj. Frank.
-uiiiua Btatcj Autinra.
ratcotcea'auldo," &c Ao.
ulolli lilnilinf;, .
"8 it in
RontRT I ttToi -rcrhopa l hero la no man In f'l th
Wlfhl palany of llnll,Siil.hed Americanj, A "
adorned tht hlilory ol the Kepubtie , hoc " ale.r la
mora unkinelyniKoclnied tvhli her lry and Inr trot,
per iy, than ha vi liojc lianio wo havo placed nl the luad
oft ilanitlcla, lll.lir,i,w,,en l,y J.l raiikllnlulMrl.
or l.nncnucr, l'a , nhlch wa nlo llm ,lrth. place of
l ulton, liaa oeeri lately puMl.hod. II Inn eildrnliy
licen a lain, r lovo. tho wiltir Imvlnff nrrlnrn rd I ii
allotted taak. with a Adelltv nnd ccmplctcncia that do
honor at onco lo liia head and lo hli heart. It ii tho
only tellahlo or antufactory Me of Itobnrt Fulton, anil
tiliea It. p ace anions Anierlcnn hi ogrcphlca, without
the ahphteat poliihlllly of dlfpnlo.
The people fthr. dnell In the bread talleyot tho
inleluy MitilitlppLahould he ninonir Iho earlieit and
tho moat prompt in welcome the appearand' or an an.
tliontlc record of the nnn, to wtime (renlm ihey are Ki
deeply tndeliled for the means of an rlrlily dive0i,nff
Hie aliounillnireaouirea of their aectlon of the country
The nrt tu dcnioiifcttnte the pracllcabilitT nfpropclina
tnt'lt by team, and lo put II Into aiiicotfurpraetleo.
hia claim to bo ronaldi rt d as nmnnjr tl,o chief benefne
tore, not only of his country, but of his mediae tonr
been admitted to bo un.iimilable. Tint the possibility
of tills linl struck ntlnr minds, nnd hnd been nrsurii
theoreticnily, hut without nny practical iteinonatralicn
ol tin, lact, does not militate against his riphl io ba
considered tlio fntlier of steam nnvlgnlinn Tbo tins,
sw In ltll7 ol tho CLr.ll.MUNT. from New Vollt t
Albany, waa tho teal of 1,1s tltlo to tilts dlslinellon.
nod it I. now, and Ilia rr lMra been undisputed, and
will forevei rem.lin liidirimtnldn. 1
lrnm tho cntly boyhood nr rulton, the perm or Ma
future fame lvn rccoeni,.e,l by all who knew bim. and
who wn'ched the development of hia mind nnd of bis
chaiacter, ns n plant or stroiie. nnd Ticoreus cruwlb.
promlsinji a rich nnd pietuani mnlurlly The first of
Mr. Ilelgans i niorrs 1 1 i,K lllu'trnllt ns shows bin, n
boy rr fourteen years of age, inaklnc; a surcesstul expe.
ruin-in oi propri'incn annii skin by paddle wfleela cf
construction, on the Comslosn. llnswasln
1 '! Itteuiyelelit seara iherenlter he satisfied n
dnublera Hint n vessel or lareo sise could bo prop. lied
by paddle. wheels Willi steam as tho motivo power
lletween thoso two i ms of his life, Ills genius was de
veloping itself in ninny varied ways. Ho was a
driURhtfinan of no ordinary merit, and painted wiih
great skill, lie supported hlinselfwlili li's pencil for
many yiars. deriving einoluieent from painting por.
traits nnd landscapes, and making draftings of innthl
nery. Thesonrls he put to poo.i and usclul purposo
when Ii., became, ns lie soon did, n civil engineer and
In the book before us wo liavo colored lithographic
plates of sevirnlof I'ullon'a il'lislrnllrns of Joel Inr
low's lanious' ((1LU.M11I.M)," which show great oil.
glnnlityofconception, aptness of design and facility cf
It is not our ptirpnsi to give even n synopsis of tho
liiteteslitnr events of the remarkably netin- and orchil
career r.f rnltoii'a life, iiiucli less to go into an elaborate
eaaynpnn bis genius, and tho wnndi rlul retiiiis that
invn tlowed Irom 1,1 s great invention These two
tasks heie been very creditably performed by tiie au.
tllor ol Hie volume to which we have alluded. Our
purposo is piincip.ill to call ntlention to that wrtk.
Time is one ine.iilent which It especially htcorii
us, however, to call lo the t.ntlco oTour finmetlinte tel.
tow citirens. li.irinj; tlio war of I3i'-'-l3, Itebert I'ui
ton was of gre.-il service to his country A conlta'l
was trade Mild hiin. Oy Iho United Plates Government,
in Deri'llilier lp4 lor tlio p,irp.,sn of ein,lniiig hll
steaniboiils Vi siivius, .'Utnn, New Orlenna and Nntthtx.
on tlirt Mi-sissipii river, in tratispnttlng Iro0 a and
munitions of war, nnd tlielliitialn on ilieOhin. Tho
celibrnteil batllo of New Orlenns tm.k place Bbont a.
week alter the itrrlvr.1 cf the Vesuvius In our watirs,
and it wns upon her. (siys our hiogranher.l Hist lhu
couiniandlng general rclird. as an auxiliary, in his nu.
ticirntioiis of inTetyto tho city, nnd the nrcnmp'iih.
ment "f a brilliant victory. John Uttincy Adrms and
Andrew Jsr ksi n Loth cettifieil toOonsrrss the valuable
sen ices i f rulton ul tills lrniB period,
ill sides putting into suei esffel operation steam ves.
sols nil ov r liio country, plans of defence onanist mtl
itinte inv 'sum. and oftub aiuatic navigation occupied
Ills lhotight8, and no little ol ids time nnd ex penmen,
t'll artUity. And out of suggestions and d"irioiirtra
lions iiride by him have sprung iiinnr of tho muM tiss.
fill and cireruvo instruments ol omul warfare of this
class llie wor'd now knows
ll was the opinion of Cai'Vi'ntader P. Oolden. rf Kftss
Vorlt. ns espn ssed Iu hia memoir rend befo-e tlio Ihl
liisnpiiieat Koiicty or ihat Stale, in U-i7. soon nfl-r tlia
ilenth orrultonanditls an opinion in w Inch all nan
kin I will now agree " that there cannot ho tonne, on
the records of departed worth the name ol'n person la
whose individual exertions, mankind are more indcliird
1 uin "y 0,010 ""nen luitiirr 'i'rr-tUii4f,
Phers and statesmen have In ttroved tb
illt ion of man. but no iniliti dial I as cunferied moio
l,nP""anl benefits mi Ins species lhau Ul has dono.'
l "? ;s rirayaac. Nv. 7, ItSO.
"'"icu 1 1, iej, sm,
a Nn ALL
dihi:api:h or tiii: lunos a.nu
nojtitl vd v ciiralilo by inrmlnUon,
which confys the rvmcdim to the cuvitMi In tin
ltiri9 llirimith tlitj air passaRcs, und coniinjr tn ilfrci
contact with lli'j diifCKe. iieutraliz-s the Mbrrrular
niitt(ir.(ill.iyi llic conpli. caufsrs a mennd tvnuyeiptc
turatiui. hut 1 1 the lutiga, purifiei the blood, impati
rent'wcit iiahty o t It1 nervmii fiitr-m, plvin tha
to no and energy o Indixpcnunbln fur tli rfitorntMii tl
iieHlth. To Uf ab't- to atiiie contidctilly lli.il Cuiidump
tion Ucurnblf! by i nhalatlon, Is to iu source of jnal
Inyed li-uutft U is ns in ucli un tier tht' control of
ii.t iliint trfutineiit ns nny cthtt foniiit'nl'ln diU'-sH'' ,
ninety nut of ry hmidrtd rafes can be cured in
llrstt-tapri and titty per rent in tho second j but in the
third Bt.12' it is imp eelbl1 lo ur more Minn five per
rent . (or lhu liiuti nrc no cut up by tht! riN"6c tt to
bitl dc IIiliicp to in dicul cklll Lvi'ii however, in tbn
In t Fiiifffs, litlmlaUon nlHirds rx rr.oriliuary rcttc I lo
thu nil' rmj ntiondt ig ihii lerirful fcnurt'i wliifli a:i
nuiiiiy iif-trnvs iiincij nvr imoiihiuhi pernnifl in tno
United HntCK si.oiM' ; nnd a correct ralculritit n iboui
that nitho prctMit p(.Mil.ition uT Il inrih, tight Uiil
lions urn dertincd to fill the fininiimptivv't. prae ,
ruiv Hie (juiver -1 tieaui ins no mruw vo iniai rtt
1 tlf inr it epiren neitliir nge nnrU'X, but sneri'S
olfuliko llo bittve, tlm btnutiful, the graceful, and tho
iuilted. liy tho help oflhnt Miprcme liclnjr, frt-ui whom
1 comcth every piiod and pt-rfftt ifift. I om cnobifd to
oiivr in tho olllictnl n pcruiftncnt and speedy cure in
Coununiptiun The firft caute vf tubercli b U fmm ini
pure blmd, nnd llie imim'diate cflVn, produced by th-ir
d.'positinn in the luupa, i lo prevtint tneUec admisfion
nf.-iir into the air tells, which can-eia weakened viM-
i fTntitviinintiitii I n nil bbch it lias been te creot vnpinv
lity through th entire ji,oi Then surely It in nmro
rationaltocxpecl (treal'T eoodfrom inr-dicines enlcrinK
the cavities nf Hi" hum limn from tliosi; admliiistered
tliroiluti tiie si ath Hie patient Mill aluiij a find the
liintrs free nnd llie hrenlhinir easy niter inhaling reme
dies True, lull ilatiuu is a local remedy, nevertheless
it arts constitutionally, nnd Willi more powrr and cer
tiinlv lhau rrnieiliesnduilnUtered liy tiie stomach 1 o
prove tin powi rful and din rl influence ot this mode of
iiduiiulMMIiou. chluiidnriii liihaled will entirely do
ttrov senMl.ilitv inn fevv iniuutes paialvslnit tiie cu
williout tho fluhtest pain ; inhaling llie ordinary buru
tiro tiirioiis sistem sc tli.it n limb may he amputated
i, n nn. .vill ill htrov lil,. it, ii Tew liniirs
'lln Inlialution or iimiiioiiii will rouse llie system
ulien fiilntiui! or nprnreiillv ilenil Tin- oi'or of many
of tin- iiie.liclnss It pi rreptlhle in llie skin n Tiw nun.
ittes lifter licliiK tnhnleil ninl may be liniiieiliaiely tie
111011 in tiie blooil A ronviiMiiix proof cf tbo consti
tutional 1 11. els oflnlialnlioii Is tl.e Uct tbal sickness is
Hlwnys pinliiciil bv bpiilliiii(,' foul nir. Is not ll-ls
positive eilileuco tint proper remi dies, rnretully r"
pareil mirl Juilieiously nilmini'lereit tlirougli llie lunps,
should product! llie I I linppy remits! Ilii tilt(t eigh
teen tens' practice, irnny tnoxinlids fiirTclltiR fri'm
dise.tscs of llie lun.s and ll'roat. Iinve been under my
rnro.aiiil I Imvo efftfcled many remiirkalile cures, estii
alter llie sullen rs Imd been prot.i unced in Ihe Itisl
siages. wlitrli fully satisfies tno tint consumption Is no
lonccr a fntnl disrmo. My treat ment or coiisurapl on
is nnsiiiiil, uud loundeil on lone experienee nnd a tno
rnucli Invi'-llpali,.!!. My pi-ncct nriuainlance nitli
llie natitie of nibi'rrlec. Ace, I'nalilis nm in ilislinsui It.
readily, the various fnrins of diseaso llint simulnle
coiisiiiiii lion, and npplv Ibo proper r'liieines, rnrt-ly
boms mistnken even in n siuple inse. 'lliis familhtily ,
in ronmition Willi rertiln piitlinluciral nnd iniciosro
iiic dltriivcilcs, t iiaiili s nio to relieve the lunci from
tbo rir,ots or contracted chests; to entnrcn the cliesl,
purlly the lilood impaitto it renewed l itniity , givini
enircy and lone to tho culiro sliti ni.
Hoi .VI. I'usl Ofiiee.i; W OI1AIIAM, M I).,Offlet
1011 ranter site, l, below Tnelflli, I'liiledcl) hia, I'a.
.March 14, 1T.
GAltDBN, FIELD &PLOWKR SHEDS
lRErJII AN'II fir.NUIMJ OAIinr.N SHIPS. In every
X variety, at wbolesali-and r' tall-iiiibraimBna lbs
new nud I'esirnl.lo kilos i i. iully put up in I n '
fur the mail trail,-or mpP'I'd in I ult Liuliise cugsr
On tie Heed Jarm Tens llinnti. Water Melon, 1c
A Iso. nrhoiie asMiini.i nt ol finil'iowii fit sis mmiy
vi. ,i,ii... in box for si. nmn t;iuf r und Tirnotl y
Heed. O'chanl Grais, KioOtais, Herd nnd fine l.i
1'AM.IlAl.lJ itlUOIICT K I.,,,
AlirleiiltiirDl luiph-liienl Olid Suit Ftore,
N. 0 lorner ol 7th lindAlarkel streils,
March 14, Itji. l'hll'delphin.
Tilt! silblfrihrr ttould inform llie public nnd Ills
ciisloiniis ceneiidll'. tli! ''' .?""f,'a"''1!!l1i
sun. luuiel K Werln.nii, with lilin in ho n'""j
business. at llolllsburi.'. noiu nnd irter the SdM M"h.
,M7, nnil Ihat Ihe bu.iness liiri.iller lull be conduilert
under lliu naiuu bi. iIoot Use Aim cf E. Winuiali
r.ohiBburj. Mnrrh. 9-IP
4 Mi per ton f Indtbtedto the ut)'tori?ncii, rillir ty
V iiMo or LttoU urroiiiit, art remicuiert to innko tel
tleincnt u nil i njniint iu order (o thu ieidy cloiir,;
rinhrsburr. Mutch 0. 18S7-
SOMI". Inlf i!o-.en OOVEIlNMEVr l.ANO WAR
IlANTiinre wanted anv tlnio htlivceu tins nnd the.
first of next May, nl this oiliee, or apply tn Wut Kesl
orthe sjbseribif.ln llemletl toivi ililu,
March U, l7-lm