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LBVI t. TATU, EDITOR.
BLOOMSBUUGi Aug. 15, 1857
DEMOCRATIC STATE sbjHXATIOAS.
GEN. WILLIAM P. PACKER,
Of Lycoming Comity,
FOR CANAL COMMISSIONl.il,
Han. NIMROD STRICKLAND,
Of Chester county.
FOR JVVOEi OF TUB SUPREME COURT.
HON. WILLIAM STRONG,
Of Berks County.
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
Of Erie County.
Tho regular term of Court will com
of Court will
mence in this place on Monday, tho 7th
of September. It will afford many of our
subscribers an appo tunity to pay up their
iubstriptions for their paper. 'J'hcro is
nothing wo disliko moro than this inodo of
dunn'mg it is unpleasant, exceedingly so,
to a laro number of our patrons who piy
up punctua'ly ; but wo havo a largo num
ber on our list who havo trespassed oa our
pUicnco and picket very much by allow
ing their bills to remain unsettled for two,
three, .four and fivo years, and somo even
more, and .havo repeated promised when
MOKE ABOUT THE COXYENTIOJf.
JJrother Massct, of tho Sunbury Amer
ican, in speaking of tho lato Editorial Con
vention, ironically says :
"Friend Tatb, of tho Columbia Demo
crat, by virtuo of his years venerable ap
pearance and superior Democracy, was cal
led on to preside."
TVe are somewhat at a loss to give friend
Masser's languago the proper construction.
Only 47 summers havo passed over our
head, nor havo they implanted oco gray
hair, in support of tho "venerable," and al
though, with Mr. M., wo bcliovo, wo have
some claim to "superior Democracy," it
certainly was not on that account that we
were thus promoted, as it was composed of
a large majority of tho opposition. It
nust havo been owing to our good looks,
and generous disposition. Either will
X7e warp pleased with our brethren of
tho Press, and the proceedings of the Con
rcniiun, and will cordially abide its action.
Tho Press, .the new daily paper publish
ed at No. 417 Chestnut Street, Philadel
phia, by Col. John W. Forney, has been
.received regularly on 'our lablo for several
fUys; and wo havo road Its able editorials
and interesting correspondence, and very
judicium selections with great pleasure
and profit. Tho ability and experience
of Col. Forney are on all ands freoly
acknowledged, and he is amply sustaining
hL great reputation as a sound and caustic
political writer. The democratic party
wih feel tho weight of bis pen in tho in
creased vote tho election will show for
Gen. Paoker, and the opposition will feci
it sensibly during tho Campaign, by the
powerful blows bo will doal them ; for
"beneath tho rulo of men entirely great,
-the pen -is raigbtier-tuan tho sword."
Tho mechanical execution of the 'Press,'
-would delight tho eye of a printer; the
jrint, papfr and type, making a sheet
superior in appearance to any in the State.
JDuvid Wilm it, the Black Republican
candidate for Governor, is out in a most
imploring letter to tho Know-Nothings,bog.
gini for their support. Ho puts himself
"square" on the proscriptivo platform.
Ho 11 for having all offices held by "A-
mericans" in other words, ho ,wants "A
medians to rule America." Ho thinks
that Geiraan and Irish .Mechanics ought
not to be 'allowed to compote with .native
born workmen, Negroes born on tbo soil
tro natives, and acoordingio bis doctrine,
sh'uld have tho preference over white
wen who happen to havo lecn born on the
other side of tho Atlantic, To such de
gradatio has Slack Republicanism sunk
Let tho German and Irish population o
-Pennsylvania, remember this when they
.sua allied to vote for WiImoL
Gen. Geo. W. Uowman, has retired from
Hha'TJjdford GaeetSe." Hois succeeded
by Messrs; Myers J- Denfcrd. ThoCaz
ette, under-Gen. Bowman's administration
has been an able tnd-cfTicient advocato of
democratic principles, and .we trust it may
so continuo under tho new arrangement.
Sullivan County Demamtic Conven
tion. Tho Sullivan County Convention
met in Liporto, on tho 4th inst. Uol
James Dcegan, presiding and unanimously
nominated George D. Jackson, Esq., for
tho Legislature, subject to tho action of
thri conferees -of Columbia, Montour acd
$rj The Canal Dapartcicnt of the
Pennsylvania-Railroad, Company has been
placed under tho chargo of W. U J'Wer,
Jr., Vice President, as General Superin
tendent. T. H, Dupuy, Ksrj., Engineer,
and D. L. Milebell, Ksrj., 'Secret iry and
Proceedings of tho
HivmiTd A.i,.i. a. 1 flf.7.
An loforunnlUog of Jo onvcntion
of Editors mot in Coxs Hall, Danville, to-
tUy,al 11 o'clock. Tlio following members
of tho corps oditorlal were present i !
i corps editorial were present :
O, N. W0RDI5N. Lcwlahiircraresirfs.
I. . II. DAY'S, oMherottstown Ledger,
B II.RAUCII.ManehOllunk Osteite.
U I.. TATE, nioomiburg DtmKrtl .
VALENTINE DEBT. Danville UttlUgnetr.
ClIAtlLF.S COOK, Danville J7iirf.
d, it, ii. nrtownti, nnvlito.jmic.
II. D. MABSEK.Sunbury jlmtrtci.
JOHN Y0UN0MAN,8iinbut Oaultl.
RICHARD EDWARDS, TotUUMc air. (WrUb,)
T.O rilc'E Mlnorsvl1l.iTdceMfc.
W. r.MINErt. Wllkesbntre 71e.
I..F. IRWIN, lPrwick audit.
R. W. WEAVER, lllooroibur i iur.
PALEMON IOIIN, niooiosbacg !.vMKJn.
JACOB in I UK, ot the .Wlo.U
O. I,.l. PAINTEll, njuney l.umlnir,.
y.A nAKBR, Jersey Shore J!rjMu.
JAMUS JOHGB, Jersey Phorc ftiitit.
0. E. Chichester, Pennsylvania Enqui
rer, Phila. was, on mctinn, admitted to
participate in tho proceedings of tho Con
vention. On motion, VV. P. Kincr, Esq,, was
called to ttic (Jbair and h. 11. JJavi3 ap
Tho followinc cvimiuiitccs wero then
appointed : On Organization, E. If.
Rauch, D. II. B. Rrowcr, Thos. Q. Price.
On Business,' R. W. Wqavor. J. Henry
rulcston, V. Best, 0. N. Wordcn, F. A.
On motion it was ajrcod, that the meet-
ng bo held in Cox's Hall this altcruoon
at 2 o'clock.
Afikrnoon Session. In pursuance
with tbo abovo, tho Convention met at
Cox's IlaJ!, at two o'clock. Tho Commit
tee on Organisation reported tho following
ist of permanent officers :
President LEVI.L. TATE.
J'ice Presidents Valentine IIest, G,
It. I. Painter, 0. N. Worden and L. II.
Secretaries JA Henry JTiilcslon, Jao.
Mr. Rauoli stated that the editor of the
Carbon Democrat was unable to bo pros-
cnt, but had signified his determination to
acquiesce in tho proceedings of tho Con
vention. James Jones, of tho Jersey Shore
Vedette, made similar statements on behalf
of Editors of tho Wcllsboro' Agitator and
tho Lycoming Gazette. Mr. Davis excused
tbo Editorof the Weekly Phar.nix. Several
other Editors sent in excuses for non at
tendance, .and expressed their readiness to
carry out tbo Resolutions of tho Convention.
The Secretary road tho call for the
Convention, and tho Committee .oa busi
ness reported a serios of Resolutions which
wero acted upon separately.
Resolved, That wo. organizo tho KEY
STONE EDITORIAL UNION, which
shall meet annually at such a timo and
place as tins tJonventmn may decide.
ticsotved, That we earnestly recommend
all publishers of newspapers in tho State,
that from and after tho first day of Janu
ary next, -they send no paper out .pn i.-rcdtt.
Various subjects of importance wero
then discussed. The Chair appointed
j.iaucu, uook ana Jones a committee on
Resolutions, nnd it was resolved that
Messrs. Miner and Davis be ad,dcd to tho
business committee and report further
business for tho consideration of the Con
Tho Convention then adjourned -to meet
-at 7 J o'clock, P. M.
JS.veninq Session. Tho Convention
assembled in pursuance of adjournment
tho President in the Chair.
T he Committco on Business submitted
a variety of important subjects for the
action of tho Convention, which wero re
ceived and duly considered. It was
Resolved, That members of this .Associa
tion will have no dcaliucs.with anv adverti
sing agent .who .will .not promptly settle in
iuu uis accounts at, me eua ot every
1! , . .. . .
quaripr, ior an advertisements tent within
Rt solved, That aDy advertising agent
failing to comply witlfihe foregoing rcso-
JUllUu, ,u.u uu puuiNMuju as ucing uu longer
..1. .11 t 1.1:-1 i 1 ,
for editors .in different localities distant
from each other, to form a uniform scale
of priccs.andthat wo, thcrcforo, recommend
mat it tie mauo a matter or local arraDgo
aocording to circumstances, and in.no case
deviating from tho terras of advertising as
set forth in their respective Journals,
The Committee on Kcsolutions reported
tho following, which were unanimously
adopted by-tho Convention.
Resolved, That-bdlicvinc mutual confi
dence and co-operation necessary to .secure
any practical benefit to tho editorial pro
fession, we pledge ourselves touso our best
efforts, both individually and collectively,
to cultivate that spirit,
Resolved, 'I hat tho publication of per
sonalities reflecting upon tho private char
acter of a brother editor or any other
individual, is derogatory to tho editorial
profession, and should not bo countenanced.
Jltsojvcd., 'I.'liat it is a violation of that
.courtesy, which should ever characterize
tbo editorial fraternity, to employ appren
tices who havo not 'served out their full
term with their employer, unless by mutual
agreement, -and wo pledgo ourselves to
discourage its continuance
Resolved, 'lliat wo will not-tako appren
tices hcroafter for a ehorter pariod than
Resolved, That wo plcdco ourselves to
1...I 11 ..1 i- .. - . V . - ....
vaviuu u u uuvcriisiug matter ot an luacu-
Jlciolvea- n&l all general Laws passod
by the Legislature, should, in tho opinion
of, the Convention, bo published antt laid
beforo tho noonlo as fullv as nossihln.
immediately after the eloio of the sessions
( during which they were enacted, ami tint
tlio chonjiQ3t nml only ruicccssful tnoilo of
accomplishing Una would bo hy tlio pnssngo
of nn net providing for tho publication of
all such laws in every newspaper published
in tho Stato. at ft cost or, oac-iialt the
.ilcaolution bo forwarded to tlio Speakers
of both Houses properly authenticated by
the officers of this Association,
llcsolvta, 'iiiat a copy of theso proceed
ings bo forwarded to every newspapor
published lu tbo interior of l'onnsylvauia.
Resolved, That tlio thanks of this Coil.
voDtion bo' hfiroby tendered to uur brethren,
and tho citizens of Danvillo Generally, for
ithousoof this Hall, and their courtesy
nnd kindness during tho scssiuns of this
0. N. Wortlcn, Esq,, rf tho I.pjvisburg
Chronicle, delivered nn able address on "tho
oldest printer on record," after which it
RcsolvcdfT Ijat Mr. Wordcn bo requested
to furbish a copy of bis address for
publication with tho proceedings of this
On motion, Dr. J. Henry l'ulcston,of tho
Pittston Gazette, was appointed correspon
Hero it was urged that ovory niombcr
of tho Convention and Editors generally
bo requested to Communieato with tiio
I Corresponding Secretary on all matters
I relating to tho interest of the Association, or
1 of any member thoroof.
I Tho firm of Lambert k Co,, advertising
Agents of Philadelphia, was recommended
to tho favorablo consideration of this
Association by several mcmbors.
Rttolved, That tho thanks of this meeting
bo tendered to Col. Tate, tho President of
this Uonvcation, ior tho gentlemanly and
courteous manner in which ho has presided;
and also, to Dr. J. Henry Puhsloil for tho
careful and accurato manner in which ho
has performed the duties of Secretary.
Tho President and Secretary replied
in appropriate terms, and expressed their
feelings of gratltudo for tho honor conferred
upon them. It was then
Resolved That tho Convention now
adjourn to meet in Pottsvillc, tho first
Tuesday of May, A. D, 1853, at two
o'clock P. AJ.
Tho vcncrablo Col, Best, on account of
indisposition, was unable to tako bis scat
in tho Convention, but to manifest nis
Interest in tbo nutter ho hoisted tho
American Flag from his window, and during
tho latter part of tho evening session ho
presented himself, much to tho satisfaction
of all presont, and cordially invited all to
repair to Lis rosidonco, -where a sumptuous
repast was spread for tho occasion. .
OSH. PACKER TO TOS DBMOCRATIC BTJtfg COMMITTKB.
Villiamspout, July 18, J857.
Hon. 0. It. Uuokaiew,
Chairman of State CompiUlce:
Deau Sib : I have received thojjncloscd
lottor from an opposiog candidato for the
gubernatorial office, and inasmuch as it
proposes a plan for tho conduct of tho
campaign which his never before been
practised in Pennsylvania, and as tho
success of oilier candidates besides myself
i3 involved in Abo election, I havo thought
it my duty to submit the communication
to tho j'udgtnont of tho Stato committee
representing tbo democratio party. If it
is thought to bo a proper modo of conducting
the canvass, I shall cheerfully acccdo to the
WM, V. PACKER.
REPLY OP TUB crUIEMAM OP TUB STATB COMMITTEE.
PniLADELrnfA, July 25, 1857.
Hon. Wm. F. Packeb :
Dear Sib. I havo laid.tcfore tho Stato
Committee tho letter Bigncd I). Wilmot,
dated tho 14th instant, and am auihorized
to say to you ithatiin ,tho opinion of tho
Committee you ought .not to accedo to tho
proposition lit contains. Tho .reasons for
this opinion I will proceed hricfly to stato
Tho Slavery question, which itis probable,
your opponent .proposes to difcussj has
very recently been thoroughly considered
and passed upon by tho peoplo of this
Commonwealth. Tlio lato l'msiilnnlinl
canvass involved tho whole subject so far as
uwa3 P!1" ,or o"siuorauon uy our
VaVloi and we can pcrccivo no utility in
1 iti rc-ducussion at tb'n time,. nor any other
good reason 1ar rc-opening debato upon
it. Tbo position of our party, is well
understood and requires no vindication, at
least by any extraordinary proceeding liko
A joint canvass by candidates for tho
gubernatorial oflico.has novcr been conduo
teu in.inis otato, nor, l ociievo, in any
other northern one, and may well bo qucs
lioncd on grounds of publio policy. If ib
pwctico bo onco adopted, it will doubtless
continue, and party nominations bo uni
formly mado wi h rofcrenco to .it., No
party will vonturo to.soloct a candidato for
this offico -who is not qualified for thq
stump ; and npiitude for debato will henco
become to bo preferred to administrativ
ability. In short, tho result will bo to
ennfino nominations to the class of talkers.
and to oxthido all others. A rulo of
party action which would prevent such men
as Uonj. Franklin, Simon Snyder and
ITranois R. Shunk from filllnc tho Kxocu
tivo chair of this State, must" bo a bad ono,
and to-bo denounced rather than adopted
Wo bcliovo there is a oonsidorablo publio
opinion against tho propriety of executive
oardidAtes appearing at all before popuh
meetings to sqlioit vo
I ...; i i Wln w T
Pr(l0'1C0(l 1 ' J
tcs. This wai first
Johnston in 18 13, and
has boon to somo extent folio wed by caudi
datescinco. The good results ofit arc not
obvioui. It ditt not originate with the
domoeratlo party, nor has It over received i
any formal popular or party sanction. It
may thcrcforo Jbo considered an open ques
tion in futuro practico, and at all ovoiits as
forming popartof tho duty of a candidato
impjsod upon him by bis nomination
Whilo your opponent holds tho offico of
President Judge, there is a special objection
to tho acceptanco of his project. Tho pro
priety of law Judges taking part in political
meetings is denied by our party, and is
. .,i,i: :.,:, ii .,
l . .' .' ,. .
act wiiaiover ought wo to sanction or uo-
oomo nartic nants in a nrost tut on of tbo
judicial character. Nor wjl, a resignation
now nindc, altogctbor rcmovo this objection.
Your opponent has intentionally hold his
oCloa until within threo months of tho
'election, (rendering it impossible to elect n
successor tho present year,) and jf a resig
nation should now tako place, it would
obviously bo with tho intention of resuming
tho officoaftor a dcfc.V, for the post to which J
Tho proposed modo of conducting cam
paigns may possibly bo suited to somo of
tho southern and routhwestern States,
wlioro it has been practiced, and wh'ro
population and political conditions differ
Irom ours; but its introduction hero would
bo against solid .objections, and without any
concoivablo good. It is, therefore, a pro
posed "southern agRrosjion" unm tho
practices and policy of parties in Pcnnsjl-
van'm which cannot bp at all accepted or
It is well that this question has arisen
when we havo a candidato capable and fit I
tor any uisous3ion uctorc tlio people and
when tho decision can bo placed, witbo'it
embarrassment, upon tho public grounds
which control it,
I am, very respectfully,'
Your obediont servant,
0. It. BUCKAIiEW.
4EK ERAL PACKER 70.JVD0B WlLMoT.
WiLLiAMsroriT, July 27, 1857.
Hon. D. Wilmot :
Dear Shi Your letter of tho M h
insttnt was duly received : and as it pro
posed a plan for conducting tho guberna-
torial rnmmirrn wliioli lioil norrr li!llirrtn
ronai campaign wiucn nau never imuorto
been adopted in Pennsylvania, and as tho
interests of other cjndidatcs were involved
, , t
in mo result, x utu not icoi at nucriv to ,
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ncccuo to your proposition wiitiout iirst
consulting the State Committee to which tho
democratic convention has on its part
specially confided tho control and manage
ment of the canvass,
You will rocoivo herewith n copy of my
letter to the Committee, as also my reply,
by wbtob you will perceive tjU.t your
suggestion docs not meet their approval, and
that, for reasons stated .at length, I ought
.not t.p nrccdo to your proposition. It is
thcrcforo respectfully declined.
I am, yours, -truly.
W.U. P. PACKED.
Groat Feat in Mowing,
Mr. David Eilenbcrger, according to
tho Certificates bolow, attested by excel
lent names, certainly performed a oreat
feat laH.wock with .tho .Mowing Mnchino.
To mow 5 acres of grass .in 4J hours, in
good and workyati'likc-niauucr, is cer
tainly going it "with a rush." We direct
attention to 'the subjoined certificates;
This is to ccrtifiy, that D. Eilenbirgcr,
mowed live acres and a half of Crass, in
fJur hours and a half, with Manny's Mow
ing Machine, which Crass would averago
two tons to tuo acre.
Signed J. W. Ilondcrshot.
I examined said .work nnd find it well
done as good as if .it ,had been mowed
with a Scytho.
Signed H. J. Hcndcr&liot.
Blooiasburg, August 7, 1857.
Colonel Fremont. Colonel Fremont
sailed for California in tho Illinois last
Wednesday. Ho goes out to look after
his business in that Stat, Tho recent
decision in relation lo tho richt of tho
Mcrcod Mining Company to qyntinuo their
operations on tho liarip sa Tract, renders
it very doubtful wlulher Colonel Fremont
is ever to rcUizo much from his Cult form an
possessions. It is said that a brother of
Mayor Wood, has purchased a sharo in the
V3T Hon. John C. Iircokinridgo, Vioo
Frcsiilcnt of tbo United States, is now in
Washington city, in good health, and of
courso highly graliGcd that hia own Kon
tucky porfortucd her duty so uohly on
Nort.lx Branch Canal
Hkach Haven, AugustO, 185T
Gaj.. Tatd : Tlio rocointa of Canal
Tolls, at this office, aro as follows : r
Previously-reported,. .-. SG0,81G 15
July , U7,108 71
John 8. Folljiku, Collector.
COKItECTIU) WEEKLY AT nARTMAN's STOKE
Wheat.. .... 82 00
llyo ,. .1 00
Gate... i.. ,....50
Dried Atiplou.a 00
Hour S2 00 I Wheat $1 70
Kyo ..... ... 05 Corn 83
One . ,40 1 Com Moil 100
TVJ... (ft Ntt'tittf' miMlf CS
S I'll AYED Oil STOLEN.
Disappeared from tho f tnblo fij
of the subscriber, In Illoonishurg, UlBat
on Tucsuaynigm.ino sin in Main, a
Light Bay Mare,
Vlt.h n bleczo In lierfuce, whllo on 4
her hind fret nmt ono llilek onrla with a
black alrctk on her hack.
A lihernl rewnrd will he rnM for her recorcry or
for the Inrormationorher wherc&bnuti,
Illoomtburf. Auj. IS, 18J7.- " T
E S T R A Y.
iiOAMb to tho residence of
subscriber in m nnt our town.
'"'l' - 0,1 """('r me sttnnit
A Light-Bay Marc,
About 151 hnnita hlfth, with n wbltc face nnd two
lilnil leaa'nhilc, wllh marks of llihcbone on the kit
C? The owner Ii reqtieatctl loeoiiio forward, prove
property, payeharitoand tkoheravny oratie
KKomrawny oranewui do
W. nlTTEKBCND ER.
nuporea or arcormng jo i
Montour twp.. Aug, IS, 1837. 3
ADMIN I3TKAT0IVS NOTICE.
Estate of Gideon Yorhst dccUl.
T ETTEUS of Administration on tho
ntato ttf.CJldcon YorkiJ.ite of Jack ion township,
Columbia county, deccnacd, IinTC tctt irnittrd by the
tlpciilur oT Columbia caunly, to Klitubutli Vorki . wlio
rcihlei In rnitl Jnrkion township; nil pltone hnvlng
claimi ngrtimt the rslnto bf tho drcrdtnt Ptz rciucstcd
to prtflcnt Hi fin (a tlio Administrator without delay,
and el' I'crrous I ink b ted to mnkc pnyuictif ftirtliuilli.
Au(,utl 15,357 Cl Ji&mtniitrattxx,
r 1ST Of M'.TTnua romalnlrp jn the roni 0ire m
M J muuiiiBuurg, ta,
l'allrldo John A
Boudcr Win 1
HI. Hll. 13 1
TimililiiiRou r II
Wit, on HI.
AVnx Cfttpo r
J Richard rirliruh i
Morgan Trico J Ship
Hrl l-o George
DavH I nne
, rreeland J C
inn es m
K link AC
King dec tro M 3
trrersoiia calllnifor Hie nbuvo letters win nlp.iif
.VIV, ."-IllillU )
0.7 .t.vj. UIV UUVVIllbVU.
I'lllI.It' UNANG3T, T. M.
A- A. SOUTIIWOUTir, tho great
. Kxcrtsior Tcnmnn. would reppecifully an-
iiniuice iu tiie inuivH anu Rem lemun oi uiooinsourc and
vicinJiy.lli.it ho propoHt-s opening a cl.itu Tor tho pnr-
r"o 01 C'viik uifiruciioiis in i-coinaiif-ii ijt. in iij r.
latoii'it PtlHol Hoom. Third strcrt. tlloomstiiirir.
order to suit the vi.luug ocmtinda and willies ,yf hiJ
Mr. S. docs ni'l cundno all tonne si via. hill v&ilfs In
rr.icticnl Il.ind, 13 I.csi.oni. - - - 8! 00
Oh! English. ...... 3 1)0
Curnian Tcl, - - - - 3 00
Card M.irklng. - - - - - - 3V Ui)
Fuji course of f c&tvsjifhin, for tcachliij, 0 01)
Mr. a. having ever taken gront Interest in tin
hcutiful Qct'oiiiplisliinctit, h.is tlierrforn rparcJ no
pains to qualify himself to teach many Practical nnd
commencTs on Monday even In?,
'Ansust 17II. IfjJ. Allcrnonn Session from 4 In Ii
,,.cl0(.(i l:vcng session from b to 10 o'clock.
i'JJJJ'if.h,1,1.1 ru"",h XM' f""' l"lt flalione')ri
I, Weudingand viiiinitc.ird WarMuii nwijew
and despatch; those wl.hing card writing wiil please
SaDMc ani) Hjatucse
Rloompliiu, Aug. IS, 1857.
For Tiirlher particulars rnrtnve livnpn.tage slamps
undoddress HR n Knit. Dl'PllllHNn,
Uoi ?Sj Buulli lie nd, I ndiana.
Auguit 1.3, 183731
rplin pnrtncrrliip licrclofote rxlsiinc lictwccn the
,L piUj-riyrrt, In ityc l.rinrcrc. k I'uwoer Mi.lit,m.rtVr
Hie ilrin -if K. U, rurscl$Co.t lias been dissnlvtid by
V.. K. winsci.
Fowixa & unnv-EMa.
Cipyiown, Aug 1, 1657
TIIIl undersigned liavlngauocjoied together, under
the linn and lyls ut
Will continue tlic Criatcrcck rder Uumncfs In all
r.. n. I'urtscr,,
J. o. JAupny.
Valuable Real Estate.
PURSUANT lo the provMnni of tho InftwUl nnd
tel amen t nf Vqpx llurlnckcr, Lite of tMiHin town
thin, (Jo'umbin county, ducCnad, the underlined.
Hxfruior of the nforcsald dredent, will cxpoa lo
1'ublic Sale, upon the premiiep, on
Saturday ) OctoUr < 1857,
Tho following described Valuabto Real Rstale, vis:
A FARM AND PLANTATION,
Situate in saM MifHin towmbip, Colnmht.i county.
oiij'MtiMis lanui un iutt wrti oi jjiu-inupi mKfnnaiit nn
tlio ioulh bounded by the Nerrbpick Mounioln on Ihe
can by tatidl of Levi Kikcud.i'l, and on the north by
landi of nllznbcth l.uiz, containing
Ono Hundred and Twenty-Eight Acres,
And allowance, whereon aro erected the fnllovuine
Jl None Vivcltnn Jousc,
tltnk Barn. Bnrinir Hnuao. Corn Un).
Wait on t-'l.id. Cider rreti.and Snrlntr nf
ivaicr ni.mo uuor, wiui an oiuvr reiul
lle convenient as.
About one bundrcd arra of inld tract In ImnrAVP.l
and in n yood itite of cullivntlnti. iomu eishlceu acrci
ui uuicu ii pxceneni Aiuauow.nnu me uai.tncc
ischoico timber land. jU
A ho A ver larjaOrchard and n grenl vattr
clyofsclcctrruil Truei on sail premises. JHK-.
H-HJid Faim will he snldogctdcr, or in two paili,
a' may bout suit ru reinsert.
nj-caie 10 commence nt luo'dock, A. M.. on nahi
lny. u lie n alUndancc will bu lmvcii and condition..
maun h now ii, uy
HiiiN ii. ui.1 n.LU, i.ittvtor.
Mifdin twp., August 13, IC57
l'UKTAULK OIDEU WILLS.
TZRAU SCH'S Patent, for hird or horto power, the
jiL ugh in uso wne-'ier s iiuree ivwcrr ami i iircli
ers. improved fir.iiu l'ans. rennork's Wheat Dniu
t'onper'M I1 me and (Juanoypre.n'f M.the mnstiipnruvi'd
Hay and t'oildrr Cutteri, Mott'a linilcri. (Jrlnil'innet
nndv lnina with i Bonernl nforttncnl uf Agriiulturul
una liorucuiiurtii iinpiciuf nin.
1'AdUIIAI.I MOIUUfl ft. CO.,
Implement and Seed ftore,
Seventh und Market ettj. I'hiljdulphia
Ausun 15, Id 37
N15W CKOl TLJUNll' iiKKD.
Ijum i.i, iop uutaiiaxa.rutpioTop I .-it.gkirvlric't
. Uuia liup.i, Vol low Aberdeen, Dilu'd 1 ly br 1 o.WI.Uc
Norlo.k, White Hat, and other lino varieties, wholesale
rAHUii aMj Monnin & co ,
lmpl(;ineiit uud ivd Smkp,
Hfvaiith and Market sti.( i'hiladelnhia
AucUBt IS. lriA7.
Valuable Real Estate.
BY virtuo of an order nf the Orphani'Cnut of Co
lumbin county, (inncK, KncJu.aum. IH;cutor of
IOUI1 JVM ni, uccchiw, win on
Satunlaiji the 22d day of August nut,
At Kln'clock'in l,ho forenoon. uiiue tulpublic sala,
on tho promite, In the torviiflnp of Ik'nion, in Hip
count of Coluinbirt,at the lato rcsld.nre uf I ho said
diccdvkf;, tUu following Ileal Cttlato, iz
A Tract of Zand,
Tho we Mend, of tho farm ndjoininjj 'landi of Jaob
Arh, on the inuth, the heii a! John Kline, deceased,
on tho east and north, and Hernial JOioneon thow-t.
Forty-Thrco -Acres nml Fjvo Perches,
branch of Kaencrcrk iuua th rough JrtKit'
the land, and a yood H-iw-MiH id i n
too iiumcdiato -vicinity. IHh nil trr.iWiC,
In of excellent iality, and Ihe
land.after hcluc cleared, will be
well adapted to fariuiuc Laie the
eiinie of John Kline, 01 llqnlon cp"fiWs
iowninp, uoiuuima county, dicriirni
Ilenton twp , July'il, 1M7-
I'Olt HAM! I.IIWIIV
It ' N UIIA-JY,
II OMKSTEAD I'OB TWO TOLLARS.
ciiANOB ron took enM;
rrUB Northweitern Mutual hand Bjnefil Aaoelaton
L will make o jtand diminution or 10.100 north of
Ileal Uitale and maps to In luemuera. The number ol
membera Ii limited to lS.COOi t end Ave letter tumni
per mcmbenhlpf or ri hUe. ny Indltldual eendlnt
I0 nnd the itampi, rhallhe entitled toala iljarei ; or
any penon (ending SID ivllu all namee, nllh IJie nd
drfaa erenth, earerullv written, ahail be entitled to ill
haron. Tho dlatrlbutlon will ha made In thlcajo,
Beptember 85th, 1B37.
The Ibllonlm lathe Real r.alate to ho distributed !
No I An Improved farm of U'J octet, lit Uooke
county, llllnola, valued at ,
No S An Improved firm or ICC ncrrt In White.
sides county, Illinois, vaiuen ni juuo
Mo 3 An Improved farm of ICOactei.ln While
sides eout.ty, Illinois, valued at 3000
No 4 An excellent private retjdenje In pubuqae,
Inwo, valued at 3000
Nn S 100 acres superior farm land In Cooke
county, Illinois, valued nt 9000
No6 ItOneres well pine timbered In Wanpaeca
county, Wisconsin, valued at 2000
No 7 Good lot and coliocc res Men co In Chicago,
Illinois, valued ol SOW
Ka lUHil seres land in Wlilteiidca County.
Illinois, valued at 1000
No 0160 acres food land In Chlppeuay county,
Wisconsin, voUied ol" 000
No 10 ICO ncrte food land in Chippeway county,
Witconnn, valued nt tidO
No 11100 acres Rood land In t'hlppewoy county,
Wisconsin, valued nt 000
No 13100 acres good land in Dunn county,
Wisconsin, valued at 600
No 13 BO actes good land In Marshall county,
Iown. valued at COO
s'n. valued .
No37 4') Mtf9 Und In Pad Axe county, Wiron-
fjn, vnlncJ nt , 10
No 381 lot in rnltnn. 1 llinoif, vnlttol nt HO
No 3D 1 lot In Fulton I ...unit, v.ilneil nt KM)
No 4U-1 tot In Pill ton lllim.in, viilurd ut 100
The diitrtbution. icttlbt eondutted 'fairly and hmork'tty.
The names and addfesi vf utotkholdtrt thtitl be terlttenon
as many tmall tatdt et they hart tharcs, and t$ whole
placed in a hot and the fir tt nane token cvt fjiall be tntitleJ
to the improved fa m A'o, I, in the above Iht and the next
taktn out uJi fctt entitled to Aj. 2and so on until thefortv
tttmi of Veal F.etatt are all distrlbuJtd. Then to each cf
Vtt remaining etttkholderfi triU nnt a cteaptnap
of a wttltrn ttate or territory Jtfull account ef the die
tributton.' will be forwarded in a printed ttrevlart to tach
member cf the association, uith the nameandaddreis eftuch
as tyayrtttice the IttalKttateto vhem tilths deeds trill
be sent and Immrdinie possession given Hack application
mutt be accompanied uith 82 and lire letter stamps
AtUreei, I.INUCLl, JOI'.rt c CO,,
i tticni;o, ttUnoifl.
CTT.ititnrs efvtng the nbovc one Insertion wilt tie
ciaipf lo n uliifo, m
Aticlin 15, It-57
1JUIDO10 LETTISG S.
pUOl'OS ta will lio recctvrd nt Plcpier'f 'nrnncf,
X on Wclnentay. Hip IGih otf Biitfmber nel, until
o'clock. r.M,. of (Ql'i Hay; for hntMi 11,1 rPfa1
truit brldce oviir Jloarlnpr rtek, n.-.ir Vndrt's Allll. lu
Locttit lov'intiip. Jhf Itrldgn to be 0.) feet Ion, be
tween Hie dbu-u'iirntfl, lii f. pi wjilc irom out to out.an l
y ficl above low wntrr mark.
1'ropopnl wjlltilto Lu rctcivcd af the house of John
llcsi. In Fiflilugcreck tn nttup, on Frid.iv, tlio ISUi
ni Peplrmtrr tieit, until 'J o'ciuck. I'. M.. nfitnld iliy
for luildliif an open trui hrii ovrr Huniingdpii
creek, nrnr Ihe lions' of John Hers, hi fithi ny rrfek
townnliip, Till bci Ik ft is to hn 10H fret long, with a
pier in the middle, 16 frrt wide fr 'in out to oat, mid J
fectnbovu low witter mark,
I'lans nnd rprcillcntiou if both bridges can be seen
on the !fiy ol the Ictilni;
By order of the County Commissioners.
CoMMiFMOfLR'g OrncK, ) Lltrk.
ni'iomburgt Aitgii'tU1, 17.i)
Tin: (ioLi: ri(ii:.
TIIR NJ5W YOIIK WKKKJiX
One ef Ihe fargtsl avd bett UltTary Pepert ef the day,
tiirms or suiiscitii'i'iti.v : n;u da v.
And a flirt will lie preseiilnd to ntrli snlicrilcr iui
meiliatt'lv on recclnt 'f tho sulifcrinlion inonev.
Ilach suhecribtr will ho run lied to u Kitt worth irom
ai lO UU.
3 copies for 1 )ear Q s on
III " 15 01)
uisau uiiaii ni;,n head
list of airrs-aiFrs-aiFTs.
1 Taekngo containiu? $500 in Gold.
10 Rnld I'.iti'lit l.cvtl llngliili lluntini!
Cased Watches Iff) tach.
13 ;3 ..
i3 Gold Watches, Ml
m ' ' " ' 11
flftu Ladies " " M "
HHisilver MiMUiRiiXa.rl WMiliiy. 13
SOO Watches 10lol!iJ
S00 Oold Veil una Guard and iqh
Chains 10 to 3D
3000 Gold Lockets U lu (3
Gold Rings liar Drops llroaches
Ureasl rins Bluds Gu&'l'ins
Sleeve llulpms.ic, &c 1 to 13 Rich,
Immediately on rcmM or.lho suhscnilion uinnev.
Ihe subsenher's name v.111 hi entered upnii opr suh
scription Look, opposite u nitMher and tee gitt.cnrres.
lOneingwitr ma' nuniiier win no lorwurovtl to his or
icr nd.iress hy tnallor oxnres. port. pud.
Address IIIX'KI.T lc CO., rWWcp,
02 Moirtt's lluililiiiss, New Voik
tT3-Ncwsnaners throughout tin United Blntea nnd
Cnuadn. who will givo tliu above eigliluscrtloui ili
he entitled to n Mammoth Gold lvn, and Gold 'lib
desk Holder mi. I box, worth Si, or the s.ime. innnint In
ony kind nriViis or Jewelry they may on'er. yeyablt en
Tempi v me jith copy runtaini ng tlio auverlisumcn t,
IVII! iilippribe.r luivlrg rrmovid lis M.110I0 Yard
. from nenr Iholloitrl t.o'isn.to liieHniiiii .,'.1'
ll'l of M AIN nnd MAIIICRT strcels. In liupat'ii Kow.
whare ho is repared m furnls'i ult kinds of
Viz: miNinir.NTH, Crullo lombs.llhu Tombs. n.l
Head rlonra 1 r every description. lli.Mc.rkl.nl u,
best k iud, iho wurkoiiiushlp not enrp.ixsi.d t.yniiv lu
tho country, .tud at low plicis. Call and Judo tor
tj' lie wl I nl.o fiimlkh T.1M0 nnrl lliirenn Tom,
Mui.tils l.r homes, II.1S0 Cores. J.intiun . uu 4 Hi Is
for Willl'OW s nil, Doors. l n Inu, f,n.,rrt '
Thunk'ul for pastfuvorn, uu 110110 for n continuance
. 1637 i-rm
Tlln nejitcrm of this School will eorrmenca on
MONDAV, 7th uf Pcplimbcr nejt, nnd continue
vvvii ui.ks, 1 opus nre rtccnf a at nn) time.
'i'HIlM S Ol' TUITION.
Coiuinoii Ihigllsli studies
llighrr liiglili Htudies uud Classics,..,
To meet n tupiesl of present pupils and rfalhcr
pallli ., nnd Irutllng In bo rromitt d cii.ori'iulimi of
. u.nkutirl,,n,-t ,1, U'KUUIZO, OI 100 "111
of Aiiii. l nem.n 'Jiechir's Class, lo innliiiue three
iiionihs, J' he ihaigo lor tuition will he fivo (lol'ars
llll tliv sr.siVIl,
Any Informailon rcrpertln'g iho scheme of luslnic
lion. Ilooiril ng. tic, will bo promptly givco, ou appli
cation to me, either pirtoually, ux l.y note.
II. I'. EATON.
pioomsburc. Jnnntn.1837 It
Estate of Cornelius Reynolds, dee'd.
hTTEsllS of Adiiiioitraiioii on tho
.J L.sum or Cornelius llcjnnUi, lain of Slilflin
township, Columbia county, deceased, have been
granted by the Hegiitcr ol Columbia county, to the
undersigned, who resides In said Aliltlin uwnshin,
tn (JoliimM l rounly; all persons having claims ngainil
Hie estate of the decedent are requested lo present
turn, in. .iitiii u.sw.iiui, W IlllOUllt lay, U IIU Cllper.
ions hidttted tu make, payment forthwith. f
... .... .idnriltbeeltntn,
July i. 1F57- Cl
t'dlumbiis jjlalo ami Temale Acailemy,
'Pill, fourih Term of this Institution will comnicnc
J nn UoA(layHiho 3d day ol August neit The In.
siinttioii having been In successful operation since
last Deleter. under thichirge of I'rof Akoehsom, as
1 rincipal, with comp? tent and tellable nsslsiants, and
wtn iiairouixfo uy studeii.s irons abroad
Ihe COUI lies or ItnrkM l.ehivl, r'l.l..,,, i,n,l l.,iy.j.t.
having fntiiithed a good piirtion of Ihedehnol, besides1
.v., im neui me ui west. lio liavo attcnited the
UT An Opibmj Address. wjl be diliv.red on the
day ot Iho commencement, at It o'clock. I' M
Ve Colunihu,. Jul) 31, IBS?,, rJt l r.r.3.
Valuable Real Estate.
rpitB underlined, Eiitcunrnf Ihe Estate of w...
X Roal, dwnsed, will orrernt rub lie Bale, nnjn f
premises, on i""n uw
T v.. ... v .7. . ii . o.i - f .
uuiii'tmy, inu uj ucioocr next
o'clock, I M ,the rsrm helonelnff to u,c
.situate In lleralock township, Columbia counil
Ono Hundred and Twenly-Pivo Ac
and Thirh-ovcn I'crcheg.
And Adjolnini; kinds of Hugh Mcllrjile, John McR.v
noldi.l'efr Apptoman Caleb nurton.Br., and Rir..'
terl'ursell. It Is situate In the " p'lvr'-
Iron Ore Region '
iimhlti county, two miles from nloo'mslmr
nnsses throueh l ie nreml... .. .
Ihe wholn fitrnt Is In n fair state of cultivation " ri,.
A new nnd commodious frame tenant house
new bank bnrn.n new wegnn house, nnd other ,
hnlMingn enllrely ntw,
tlie 1st of Anrll.
Possession will be glvin
ConUitiom will be made known on llie dip of .ii.
nlopmrturg , July U. 1B37. r.
A Valuable Farm
AT PUULIO SALE.
WILL be ofTcrcd Tor sate, nn Ihe premises, on
'Pucs'lay, Oth of Octobir next
I A CERTAIN TIIIJT OP LAM), '
! with the improvements, known as tho "Jones' l'arni
situate In Rlmmokln township, Norlhiiniheilond conn,
ly, l'n tlvinc on Blianiokln creek and Ihe I'hl ladclpli,.
nnd Sunbury lialjrnnd. abput 7 miles south o I Uanpin.
B miles Irom Hunhilry, nnd 10 tnlles from Plnmk,;
nnd l'revcrton, thus gipms It as ureal advantages or u
convenient nnd good market tie thai of any oihir sre
tlon of tho Xuits.
Tho Northern Central Itnllrosd, now proa'esihs
with every prospect of Its enrly completion, ulll ine
n coiiiinuiilcntlon by railroad with 1'hll.idclpliln lint
tltlilnioro, nnd brim tho place within two or Hire
hours' rldo ol Harriot lire- 'J he ftrni contains
Two Hundred and Sovcnty-Ono Acres,
about on hundred ncrcs nro cleared, the ba.
anco is iu i:00i)TIMIIi;il, n pott ol which hni
been cut, nnd is now civen-d it ltd clcelloiiltK
young trees ZJ
Tho iiiipropetoents on said property arc ji jccjutuiia.
imin iiiv 1.1 1,1 iu iii;uK,wiitinsiriiii.
of eireUent Water n nitw Uahk l-irn.
A u ml other ncccssaryoulliulldltics Ton
i,kii.. -.,,, iiK u .ii.i, mu'i in
crease lu value and ninhu tho most plea
snnt of any in the valley, this airoh).
un oppoitunlty sc'doiu olio fed.
l?Teriii. made known on the day of sale.
T Y vi ttne of n writ cf venditioni exponzs lo tn .Uropin.i
1) Hurt will bo exnonfd to nubile mtc. ut tho Co ml
(I on ie. In Ulootnsturg. o.n
Monday the 1th day of Styilembcr ntxtt
it 1 o'clock. I. M.. (lie foli(i.wJii(? real ritnto to v t
Three tracti of liml n lilt tlie waltr power uiitiur'p
nant, tlio llrnltrnct iltu.ile in cott tuwnahip, Cwliini
01 a county, containing
mity Acres ntm Jiitchty-rHinc rcrchcp,
be llic t-nnic niorri or IfFF.nnl all rf which i improve-l
mnu, iioMuupii nini tit'Fcni'Pn n ioiiowj, la Ou
the noitli hy Inn J of 1'rter Hchua nnt) Jotin Hnl; on Hid
finiilti by land bl B-iinutl M click ; nn Um fM by tti
rnul Icittiiiy from I.tlit fire t to OrnnKiytlle ; on tin
wcfl by fautl of Jobn While anJ otlicfi, whereon nxa
i-ret ted a
The ieroud tract, ttuaie in fieoit towmhip, in mid
Seyciitccn Acro nnd-'Four Pcrclies.
strict measure, he tho same nmre or lern, bounded nnd
dercnhfil ns lollnwi, loAiit: Untie north hy land (
John While; nn tlm nonlh by land of John Whitn nnd
Mhr land of e.iniuH l. IIitt.on thPtnst by land
of John White. John tint, nnd other lan,d of Bimnel L.
nttlo wltli 1I1 n'prtrtt'nnnreii.
Tim .thi-rd irnctt mtujle tn Vt, Pleuratit tovnthip
hml cuuity nj'orriaid,conialuint;
Kour Acres and Sixty-Six Pcrclies,
bo tho Biinic more or lcif,al) uf which U hnprovrd,
hounded on the nnr(,h hy,lund of John vWlnlc ; on tlio
no 11U 1 by th'tnaino; on the wct oy Ihe inme, nnd on
tho 101 ty Tiler Hc4iug and John Hut; also, o.i all
'lvo Story Frame Store and ,
fren &tore House o Lot of uroututt
in pJini rniiuiy, huunded .on he eni-l hy a roid tendinj
from Litrti't slrer: to Ornncevillr, nn the west l y ntlit-r
l.i ml p of Hnmuel I. Itcttlc, 011II19 north by m nil-)
oq th ioulh by loti of Char lea and Willimn Hhuuiir.n
ro ntntniii'! rlxty feel front and one hundred And fifty
loci In depth, tin numhi-rrd on the ,-tau of mid tvvn
No. 3. Alio. nil that ccitni n lot ol nonnd, situate in
Light street. Kolt townhlp, in rnl I c iin,iv,cnnmlniitjt
ltyjfel fron,t nnd puc hundred and fifty f'jel in d'pih.
and nun lfrcMit pUp o inld 'own No, -J, hounded 011
I ho cnvt hy n road l.idipt from Light street to Orintr
vUip, on ,thf wru ninr lands of f it mil e I I,. Ilcith',
on itio fo'iith by in Alley, nnd 011 tho twill by
Juhnion, whrreon aro erected n
Two Story Frame Dwelling JToitsct a
F-ame Stable uith the appu tt nanus.
Seized nnd liken In execution as ih property of
HlXI'IlLiX II. .111.1. bit
SncRirr'u Orrtcit. hkerljf.
nioomtbur. Aoputlb, 18S7, (
Hopkins' City Hotel,
NO. 2!7 NOM'll TIIIItD STRUCT.
AUtt lleee etrctt, furmtl) "F.AOI.K JIUTEI.,"
rpllll underrlgned lias taken the nlsivc well knowp
X House on a long and fivorab elenKC, nnd has ren
nvated uud Tumi. hed it entirely anew, nnd in surh r.
style and manner ns will give s.ti fd.tion to all v.lu
mav heconie Ins guests.
ticntleuirn iito wUh can be furnislicd a room and
supplied will! meals at their pleasure, Irom a lailo
Hestaunint'nnd i:allug Paloon attached, nn thu"Kuro
peon plan." or at the hotel table, nt regular hours as
Ihey may desire.
XLjr Ihe proprielor lljtlers himseir that no house in
Philadelphia klull surpass the, comfort and attention
which will he found ut ihe City Hotel.
June C, l5r.
NEW TINWARE SHOP.
JIIsMM BTRnilT. OITOSITIi irllC EXC(IAM3E.
rpllll undcriigncd resoclfully iufonna his friends
X und the public generally, lh.it ho has opened
Jl iVnw Vinware und Slictt Lou Esta
blishnentt In the building Toriner ly orcupicd for that; purpoje.
h) Joseph Hliirpless, whero he IB prepared w cuuduct
ho business in oil its various branches.
Tinwnronnd lluuso rtpouling of nil kinds made lo
ordrr on short notice and nt mod crate prices.
Also-tTCOVEcl, of various ityles. constantly for
Uepniring done to ordrr In tuiiMlnie.
tOCouutry produce taken in esrhange far work.
,11. U. MILUUII,
llloonibburg, Muy Id, IdAT y
Slovis mid Tiinvarc.
aHU subscriber iiaving erected a l.irgo new brick
roundryand Mucbino Bhon, In place of tho old
one, Is prcp.uod to make nil kinds of casting ut Ib'i
lowest prm. l'lows constantly on hand. The fill,
scrlber has nUo removeil his Tin Shop from Mom tt
to the 1'uuudry lot, where ho hue ortcled a buildinj
altogether rorrltoves ami 'i'liiwaro.
The Cooking Stoves consist nf tho WSIiTUNN
laCOIlK. U A II II COOK, VAN LI Hit COOK, nnd
SrJi'AKi.ou BToVDa oi an kinds, tho run i:y
2l.lNUl;il STUVJit&c. Al l-llds of Upouting
made to order.
llloomsburg, Aptil 11, 1817,
NlltV MAuiTllTYAItU IN KLOOJISBUllti.
HIRAM S. CAREY
HAS opened n Marblo Y.trd.in Court Alley, oppont"
tho HxchaugR. whero ho is prepared to finish the
best work from Italian or American Marblel'or
Tomb stones, Tables, Mantles, Window-sills and len
I'ortho character and finish of his work he refers to
uchashe has made is this eoutitr. He will furnish
ucsigus forwork or cxcrtito any that may be furnlth
edtuhliii, Hiswoil, shall always be satisfactory in
itsstylrand reasonablein price.
iOOT AND S1I0K MAKING.
fl'ltn .uiMlersltned, thank)ul for tliojileral
pajronage wilh which he litis been favord lor
year, goneby, Would Infurmliis Irlcrds and
custumeis, hat he cnntiuucg tomaoulaclute
Boots and Shoes, '
At Ms old .and wn.knownand, on ,Valn ilrtu.
Ulooinsburg, in all their various and forins,in good
Ilis long experience m tho bitsinass, and general
know lodn or ui people of Colunibiai oupty, super
added to a tlxed determination toronder amilfaction
to allliis customerstShouJd secure him Increased r9'
tronagtt which he hopes to merit
JACOU F. IJir.TEItlt'K
rjlouiibulg, Mm cli(ld ,lfi( .
t (ll'lt MEN to ivoik In a Kci I'aclnrv.
gfrvffi. Bouse, (i Frame Bain,
plsaa TWwS J've onc story EmU'inS
Houses, atul a Stable
feSfiaasfeSStJ u'ih the amturtenances.
J. els ilt.Trtted. but .Line Tabbiing rucil will ail
swer Htndy ruiploMoilit and goou vyngce will "
fcieen Arply at ihtMillc ove Mills nrarl.nbt't
flsj t W7 3t