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I.KVI tl TATE, EDITOR.
.Bloom sburg, Dec. 12,1857.
President Buchanan's Message
IVc pulliMi to day o poilion of tLo first
Annual Mcssago of Hid President of tLo
United States. Tho President approves
of H10 action of ilio Lceomplon Convention,
which framed a Constitution for tho ad
mission of Kansas, as a State iulo the
Union, nnd adds, if "a largo proportion of
tho citizens of Kansas, did notilunl proper
to register iheir names, and vote at tho
election for Delogatcs, an opportunity to
do this having Leon fairly afforded, their
refusal to avail themselves of their' right,
could in no wanner affect tho legality of
tho Convention," This sentiment is in-
dirativc of Hio falrnoss which pervades tho
entire Message, and assures us that it fully 1
nicc'S putmo expectation, and is worthy
tho pen and hand of Pennsylvania's States
man and an American Democratic President
This nugbificcnt and excellent Horticul
tural publication, which wo have read with
interest and profit the pst year, will com
menco a new volumo upon tho first of
J anuary. It 13 published in monthly num
bers, neatly covered, richly embellished,
ably edited and admirably adapted for
bindiog into a Library Volume', which will
coropri 0 an invaluable magazino of useful
knowledge. Price S'i per annum,
fc. Address llpiiF.nr. I'tAusALr, Smith,
No. 17 and ,10 Minor St., Philadelphia.
MS ThoJWjishiugton Union says:
" Tho. same election provision which
appears in .the Kansas Constitution, appears
iu tho constitutions of Ohio, Iudiaua,
Louisiana, Mississippi, Illinois, Alabama,
Missouri, Michigan, and, wo believe, in
every State Constitution which has been
adopted since 180;.'."
5-Key. Wm. S. Hall removes from
FhceDixvillo to tho Laight St. Baptist
church, New York city. Rev. Joel E.
Bradley, principal of tbo Phoenizvijle High
School, supplies tho church in Phccnizville,
whero Mr,, Hall fotmcrly preached,
Mr. John . Walls, Director of
Northumberland Bank, has resigned, and
the vacancy has been filled by tbo election
of Mr. A. V. Warlord, of llarrisbarg.
Omission. WojpniUted to moution tho
r,amo of ,f. 0. Riiodks, of Dauville, as one
of tho directors of tho Bank of Danville,
elected a few weeks ago.
Bffir Our customers haye gra'ified us, in
tjio way of payments and new subscriptions,
during the past Court. All right. Thank
t&T J- M. Calhoun, a nephew of the
great Carolinian, has been chosen Presi
dent of tiits Alabama Senate.
JSSyTiin Atlantic Monthly; dovoted to
Literature, Art, and Politics. Boston;
Philips, Sampson & Co.
This now Magazine, which has been
looked for with great interest nnd the ap
pearance of which has bcon awaited with
so littlo impatience by tho literary world
of New England, has como at last. Its
first No U beautiful to look upon tho typo
and paper being excellent, its mechanical
execution absolutely faultless, and its wholo
appoaranco remarkably handsome. In
all th so respects It excels all' other peri'
odicals that wo havo ever seen, hi pros
pectus and its prefatory lottor to editors
are frank and manly ; distinctly declaring
tint in Literature it will "lcavo no pro
vinco unrepresentedproposing toamuso as
well as instruct, and drawing from all
iniireoB fnr lliia nnrnntto . fnrnlfrn nq wpll nq '
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domestic ; whilo in politics, it will not bo
neutral, but will frankly oxprcss its opin
ions on all proper occasions, and will"rank
itself with "that body of men which is in . churches ho had visited. Tho evidenco of
favor of freedom.'' Hut notwithstanding , an awakening on tha subject of religion
this, the contents of this No. aro of a high , was apparent at this meeting and on tho
order, mado up of a variety of very inter-j next night there wero several conversions,
eeting, instruetivo and well written articles and firstamongthe convertswas Mr. Foley's
exhibiting ability, learning and good tasle. nieco j a young lady who camo with him
Its contcuts aro generally not only very from England. The interest now ineroas
rcadablo, being lively and varied in mat- cd and spread with amazing rapidity and
tor and style, but embraco somo articles
.of a higher order linn aro usually found in
American periodicals. It ranks among its been tbo conversion and reception into the
promised contributors somo of tho ablest church, of nearly ono hundred; embracing
and most distinguished writers In tha 1 ruany of thoso who havo hitherto bestowed
country, among ihem William II. Prcs- ' but littlo thought on tho important subject
cott, W. O. Bryant, R. W. Emerson, (of personal religion. Hcv. Wilson and Mr.
0. W. Holmes, Hawthorne, Whittier, Foby with tho old and now converts, aro
Longfellow, Lowell, Motley, G. W. Curtis, ' laboring witli zealous devotion from right
Whipple, Edmund Quincy, Mrs, Stowe,' to tight, ad how many may yet to gath
Mrs. Child, Mrs. Plko, (author of "Ida'cmd iu boforo tho close of the mooting wo
M'J'i") 'I'rowbridgc, Wilkio Colins, (author may nst tell, but, tho CarZ)Bt desires of all
of tho "Dead Secret,") with a number of i g00d people bid thera "God fcTpeed" in the
well known English writers. I work of tho Gospel. Montour American-
'J ho prica of the "Atlantic" is S3 per j
annum, cr 53xcqts a jlnjb? No. Itisfor A Three Dollar Tlje. Wm. Snow
Bab In all tbo ciUef and principal villages advertises through tho Albany Times llw
by all Ixjfctecllorf, newsmen, and poriodi- loss of bis wife Mary, and offers a reward
cjI dealer, nnd thoo residing whero it is of three dollars for her return. Ho says
not convenient for them io obtain it sho is of ruiddlo size, light complexion,
through such sources, oan havo it sent 1J freckled, short hair, trimmed bohiud, and
mail, prtjmid, for ono year, by sending bcau-oatchcrs j is about fifteen years of
threo dollars to the address of (he pub-, ago, of a loving disposition, and had on
Itlicrs. 1 three rattau hoop?. Who's seot) her ?
Hcath of Itctibcu IV. Weaver, Esq.
At a meeting of the mcsibors of the Bar
of the county of Columbia, convened at tho
office of Itobert l Clark, Esq., in Dlooras
burg, December 5th, 1857j
Hon. Warren J. Woodward, was ap.
pointed President, and Win. Q. Ilurloy,
Tho President having stated, tho objoct
of tho meeting, on motion, llobcrt V. Clark,
John G. Freeze, ahd Wcsloy "Wirt -wero
appointed a Committee to draft resolutions,
who' reported tho following, which wero
unanimously adopted :
Whtretss It has pleased an All-wiso
Providence to rcmovo from our midst our
lamented fricn and brother, Ucubcn W.
Weaver, Esq, Therefore,
Resolved ! That while wo bow with htim
blo submission to tho will of Hint '' who
docth all things well," wo dco n it duo to
tho virtues and memory of our deceased
friend to record our unfeigned sorrow at
Resolved: Tint tho Bar of Columbia
county lias lost a mcml'cr of ability, learn
ing and intogrityj the community a citizen,
wise, trustworthy, and manly : his own
iiuincdiitc circle, a friend, earnest, discreet,
generous and faithful
Resolved: That tho afflicted family oftlio
deceased have our warmest sympathy iu
this distressing dispensation, which has
carried down to tho tomb, in tho full vigor
of tinnhood, tho support, protector and
guide of tho wifa; tho hope, tho only and
well bclnvcd son of tho parents.
Resolved; That tho President of this
meeting bo directed to furnish tho widow
and parents of tho dcccacd n copy of tho
foregoing proceedings, and that tho same
be published in tho papers in the county of
W- J. WOODWARD, jry7.
W. 0. Hurley, Scc-'y,
North Branoh Canal.
Col. W. A. J. Brittain, the gentle
manly Deputy Collector at llcach Haven,
has furnished us the following statement ol
tho business operations of the Collector's
Office, on the North Branch Canal, for
the past two years, which will prove inter
esting to tho numerous readers of tho
Tountge In JB.-.0 I ,C7I MS, fat.
TolllSiH 303 7.5
' J57.03J 23
' 57.171 ill
Dccreas S17 0S3.4M"
In connection with tho decrease, it should
bo remembered, that tho rates, of toll on
Coal which is the principal item of freight,
was reduced one-sixth tho present year
And also, tho sale of tho Main Line reduces
tho rates further about one-third of all
tolH on boat) passing on the said Lino.
In 1S50, thp rates of toll duo tho Maip
Lino was about one-fifth of tho receipts,
say 850,000 up to the transfer of the
Line tho present season 15,000,
To tLo data ol1 tho transfer, (ho tally,
compared with that of 1850, $20,1 19 GO j
short; the tonnage 0,74-1,013 pounds less,)
which shows most conclusively tbo loss and'
gain by the sale.
Had the expenses of keeping the Eastern
Division of the Main Lino in repair, been
charged to tho llcach Haven Offico, it
would havo kept it in repair and yielded a
surplus revenue to tho Treasury over and
above her present receipts.
B-Blackwood for November is on
our table, containing the conclusion of
"Janet's Kcpentanco," "Ni tcson tho Isth
mus of Panama,"Bulwcr'ii atory "part VI,"
and four other articles. This number is
perhaps less interesting to tho general rea
der than somo othors, but 13 very able.
Address Leonard Scott t& Co., 70 Fulton
strcot, Now York. Prieo three dollars
The present groat revival in the M. E.
Church of this place commenced immedi
ately after tho return of Mr. Foley, who
camo fresh from tho great reTival now
sweeping through tho Methodist churches
of England. A largo congregation had
assembled, on the Sabbath evening after
his arrival to hear somo remarks in refer
ence to tho causo of religion iu tho Old
World. A very impressive sermon was
preached by Rev.W.II. Wilson,tho preacher
etitioncd in this place, which was followed
by an exhortation from Mr. Foley, in which
ho described tho zeal and the success of tbo
power. Meetings havo been hold every
night sinco ibat period and the result has
FIUST ANNUAL MHfJSAliE
Presidont of tho United Statesj
TWO HOUSES OP CONGRESS.
Fellow oititens of Ike Senate and House of
.1. - - J ,
licprcscmaiivcs .- ,
In obedienco to tho command of tho
Constitution, it has now become my duty
"to givo to Congress information of tlio
state of tho Union, and recommend to their
consideration such measures" as I mav
judge to bo "necessary and expedient."
iiui irrsi, aau auovo all, our llianks are
due to Alnuebty God for tho numerous
boiiefits which Uo has bestowed upon this
peoplo J arid Our United prayers ought to
ascend to Him that Ho would contiuuo to
bless our groat republic -in timo to como as
Uo has Mossed it in timo past, Since tho
adjournment of'tho last Conarcss. our con
stituents havo enjoyed an unusual degree
of health, Tho earth has yicldod her
fruits abundantly, and has bountifully re
warded the toil of tho husbandman, Our
great staples have commanded high prices,
anu, up till within a bnel period, our
manufacturing, mineral nnd mechanical
occupations havo largely partaken of tho
general prosperity. Wo hive possessed all
tho elements of material wealth in rich
abundance, and yet, notwithstanding all
theso advantages, our country, in Its mo
netary interests, is at tho present moment
in a deplorable condition. In tho midst of
unsurpassed plonly in all tho productions
01 agriculture, and in all tlio Clements ol
national woalth, wo find our manufactures
suspended, our publi.! works retarded, our
privato enterprises of different kinds aban
doned, and thousands of useful laborers
thrown out of employment and reduced to
want. Tho revenuo of tho government,
which is chiefly derived form duties on im
ports from abroad,hasbeon greatly reduced,
whilst tho appropriations made by Congress
at its last session for the current ficalycar
are very largo in amount.
Under theso oircumstmccs a loan may
bo required beforo the close of your present
session ; but this, although deeply to bo
regretted, would prove to be only a slight
misfortune wbco compared with the suffer
ing and distress prevailing among the
people. With this tho government cannot
tail deeply to sympathize, though it may
be without the power to extend relief.
It is our duty to inquire what has pre-
durcd such unfortunate results, and whether
their recurrence can be prevented t In all
former revulsions the blamo might have
been fairly attributed to a variety of co
operating causes ; but not so upon tho
present occasion. It is apparent that our
existing misfortunes have proceeded solely
from our extravagant and vicious system
of paper currency and bank credits, exci
ting (ho people to wild speculations and
gambling in stocks. These revulsions must
continue to recur at succcssivo intervals so
long as tho amount of tho paper currency,
anuoanu l-ans and otsnminf. ct .h 2,,,, , .
shall bo left 'o the discretion of fourteen 1
hundred irresponsible banking institutions, I
which from tho very law of their nature I
will consult the intcrrst of their stockhuld
ors rather than tho public welfare.
The framers of tho Constitution, when
tbey gave to Congress tho power "to coin
money and to reguldte tho valuo thereof,"
,..l.n,li.,l .1.. Ci.i.. r
money, omittiDg bills of credit, or making
anything but gold and silver coin a tender
in payment 0f debts, supposed tbov had :
protected the people against tho evils of an t
excessive and irredeemable paper currency.
They aro not responsible for tho cxistiii2 1
anomaly that Government endowed with I
tho sovereign attributo of ooining money 1
and regulating tha valuo thereof, should
hive no power to prevent others from
driving this coin out of tho country and
filling up tho channels of circulation with
paper wuicti uocs not represent gold and
It is one of the highest and most rospon-
siblo duties of government to insuro to the
people a sound circulating medium, tbo
amount of which ought to bo adapted with
the utmost posiiblo wisdom and skill to tho
wants of internal irado and foreign ex
changes. If this bo either .greatly abovo
or greatly below tho proper standard, tho
marketable valuo of every man's property
is increased or diminished in tho same
proportion, and injustice to individuals as
well as incalculable cviLs to tho community
arc tho consequence.
Unfortunately, under tho construction of
the Federal Constitution, which has now
prevailed too lonp; to bo clianseu, this im -
portant and delicate duty has been dissev
crcd from tho coining power and virtually
transferred tj moro than fourteen hundred
Stato banks, actiug independently of each
other, and regulating their paper issues
alni'ift exclusively by a regard to the pro -
sent interest ot tuctr stockholders. Jiscr
eising tho sovereign power of providing a
paper curronoy, instead of coin, for tho
country, tho first duty which tho.'o banks power, to aid in alleviating tho sufferings
owo to tho publio i3 to keep iu their vaults of tho people occasioned by tbo suspension
a sufficient amount of gold and silver to. of the banks, and to provido against a re
insuro tho convertibility of their notes into curronco of tho satno calamity. Unfortu
coin at all times and under all ciroumstan- natcly, in cither resuoct of tho case, it can
ccs, No bank ought ever to bo chartered do but little. Thanks to tho independent
without such restrictions on its business as' treasury, tho Government has not suspend-
In c.Aii.n llit a ri,3iil I Alt ntl.n, vn.l.inltnna nil n.iitiinnl If tvna Ann.nnllml tn ilnVt,.
truo touchstone, tho only efficient regulator
of a paper currency tho only odo which
can guard tho publio against over issues
and bank suspensions. As a collateral
and eventual security it is doubtless wise,
and in all casos ought to bo required, that
banks shall hold an amount of United States
or tato securities equal to their notes iu
circulation and pledged for their redemp
tion. This, however, lurnishes no adequato
security sgaiust over issues. On tho con
trary, it may be perverted to inflato tho
currency. Indeed, it is possiblo by this
mn. tn convert all the debts of thn United
States and Stato governments into bank
notes, without releronco to tue spooio re
niiirpJ to redeem them, Howover valuablo
theso Bccunijes My bo tn themsej
. . . .Atn1 inln rrnlrl nn,l etlifni-
"caches lo sufficient timo tP proved bank
suspensions nd tbo depreciation of bask
noUs In EDEland, which is to a consid -
erau.o Wwm , ?S:Z.-'Arnt h,k Ik.kof
rimnn ii vniiiv ncniitu uiu uwti in ins ruaiiuuii.
" .i" ..l ..i:.l,l I..:-. il,n
It )Va3 UCCIUUU BUYinnmu, uuuiiivi
I act of rarliauitut of 18 H, whioli
separated tho issuoof notes from tho banking
department, lor tho JJinlc or England
always to. keep on baud gold and silver
equal to ono third of its combinod circula
tion and deposits, If Ibia proportion was
no moro than 'sufficient to secure tho con
vertibility of its notes, with tho wholo of
(.treat llritatn, and to somo extent tho
continont of liuropo, as a field for its cir
culation, rendering it almost irapossiblo
that a sudden and immcdiato run to a
dangerous amount flheuld be made upon It,
the same proportion would certainly ho
insufficient under our banking sys'em.
Each of our fourteen hundred banks has
but a limited circunifcreneo for it? circula
tion, and in tho course of a very few days
tho depositors and note holders might
demand from such a bank a sufficient
amount in snecio to coninel it to susnend. 1
oven nlthough it had n in its vaults
equal to' one third ol its immcdiato liabili' '
ties. Andyct..I am not aware, with tho
exception of the banks of Louisiana, that
anv St.iln bint- lliroTiMiout tbn Ili.lnn lias
been required, bv its charter to keep tiiis j
or any proportion of gold and bilvor coin
pared with tho amount of its combined
circulation and deports. What has bcon
tho conseqneiiqol In a recont report mauo
by tbo Treasury Department on Iho con
dition of tho banks throughout the different
States, according to returns dated nearest
to January, 1857, the aggregate nniount
of actual specie In their vaults is 58,310,.
838, of their circulation S213,778,822, and
of their deposits 230,351,312. Thus it
appeirs that theso banks 111 tho aggrogato
havo considerably less than ono dollar in
sovon of gold and silver compared with 1
their circulation and deposits. It was .
palpable, therefore, that tho very fint '
pressure must drivo them to suspension,
and deprivo tho people of a convertible
currency with all its disastrous consequen-'
ccs. It is truly wonderful that theyshould
havo so long continued fo prcsorvo their ,
credit, when a demand for tho payment of !
ono seventh of their immcdiato liabilities j
would have driven them into solvency.
And this is the condition of tho banks, '
notwithstanding that four hundred millions
of cold from California havo flowed in 1
upou us within tho last eight years, and '
the tide still continues to flow. Indeod,
such Ins been the, cxtravaganco of bank
credits that the banks now hold a consid
erable loss amount of specie, cither iu
proportion to their capital or to their cir
culation and deposits combini-d, than they
did before the discovery of gold in Califor
nia. Whilst in tho year 1848 their specie
in proportion to their capital was m re than
equal to one dollar for four and a halt, in
1807 it does not amount to ono dollar for
every six dollars and thirty-threo cents of
their capital, In tho year lo lS the specie
was equal within a very small traction to
onn dollar in five of their circulation and
deposites; in 1857 it is not equal to ono
dollar in seven and a half of their circuh
tion and drpositc3,
rrom tins sia'ementu is easy to account
for our financial hist ry for the last forty
years, It hac been a history of extrava
gant expansion in tho bns ness of tho
country, followed by ruinous contractions,
At succcssivo intervals tho best and mrst
, - ,,, 1 ,
tbnir ruin 1..- eifcssivo lmi'i loan3..-.f. ;m
paper credit cxritiug' them to extravagant
importations of foreign goods, wild specu
lations, and ruinous ami demoralizing stock
gambling. When tbo crisis arrives, as
arrive it must, tbo banks cm extend no
relief to tho peoplo. In a vain struggle to
redeem their liabilities in speiio they are
compelled to contiact their loans and their
issues ; and at las1, in tho hour of distress,
when their assistance n most needed, they
and their debtors together biuk iiito uisol
It is this paper system of extravagant
expansion, rahin tho nominal prieo nf
every artielo far bovond its real valuo, whon
compared with tbo cost of similar articles
in countries whoso circnlation is wisely
regulated, which has prevented ub from
compctim in our own markets with foreigu
manufacturers, has produced extravagant
importations, and has counteracted tlio ct
feet of tho larrro incidental nrotcction af.
forded to our domcstio manufactures by
, tho present revenuo tariff. But for this
the branches of our manufactures composed
of raw materials, tlio production ot our
own country such as cotton.iron.and wool
en fabiioj would not only havo acquired
almost oxclusivo possession of tbo homo
marlsct, but would havo created for them
selves a foreign market throughout tho
Deplorable, however, as may uo our
present Gnanci .1 couditiou, wo may yet iu
duleo in bright hopes for tho futuro. No
other nation lias ever oxisted, which could
havo endured such violent expansions and
, contractions ol paper croui's without last
ing injury: yet tho buoyancy uf youth, the
energies of our population, and tho fpirit
which never quails boforo difficulties, will
enable us soon to reoovcr from our present
financial embarrassment, and may even
1 occasion us speedily to iorgct tho lesson
wuicu thoy Iiavo taug!i&,
I In the meantime it is tho duty of tho
Government, by all proper means within its
coutinuo to discharge its liabilities to tho
peoplo iu goM and tilvcr. Its Uuburso-
mentsiuouin will pass into circulation,
and materially assist in restoring a sound
currency. From its high credit, should
wo bo comDcllod to mako a tcmnorarv loan,
: i.. lir......i .
This, however, shall, if possible, bo avoid-
.,i . :p .,t n.r. i; n,,f .iii i...
limited to tho lowest practicable sum.
I havo thureforo determined that whilst,
progress shall bo suspended now works,
I not alrcad v commonead. will bo nostnoncd
iisnfni rrnTdrnmont works nlrnadv in
if this can bo dono without injury to tho
sr . i,:. , i, ,u. ,:n .,( ;! tt,
country. Thoso necossary fur its defenco
ehnll proceed as though thoro had been no
crisis in our monetary affairs.
liut Iho Federal aovcrnmcnt cannot do
niuch to provido against a recurrence of
existing evil. Even if insurmountable
constitmional objections did not exist
t ngaiust tho oroation of a National bank,
cQwuiifii , "
tho Uuitod States abundantly proves tho
' trutli of thU as&crtiou. Such a Sauk could
not If it weuld, rcgulato tho issues and
credits of fourtocn hundred Stato, Hanks in
such a manner as l prevent tho ruinous
expansions and contractions in our currency ,
which afflicted th country throughout the
oxistoneo of the )atq bank, or secure ys
against futuro suspensions, In 1S!!5, fin
effort was mado.by tho .Bank of England
toonrtail tbo jsu6s of Iho country' banks
under tho most favorable circumstnncos.
The paper currency had bcon expanded to
a ruinous extent, and tthe Hank put forth
all its power to contract it in order to re
duce prices nnd rcstoro tho equilibrium of
tho foreign exchanges, it accordingly
commoiiccd a system of curtailmcut of its
loans and Issues, iu the vaip hopo (hat Iho
joint stock and private banks ot the king
uonj would bo compelled to follow ts ej;
ftinplo. It found, howovor that as it con
tractcd they expanded, and at tho. ond of
mo process, 10 cmpioy lUo unguage 01 a
very high onici.at authority, whatever .ra.
Auction of tho paper circulation was offset-
Ctl bv IllC H-iUk Ot bDplaod (111 ltOI was
move than made up by the" issue of the
Hut Iho Bank of tlo United Statoi would
not, If 1 1 could, restrain tho issues nnd loans
of tli A Stale batiks, because duly as a regu
lator of thocurrcu y ntist often bo in direct
conflict with tho immediate intcro-t of its
stockholders If we expect ono agent to
restrain or control anothor, their interests
must, at least, In somo degree, bo antago
nistic But tho directors of a Hank of iho
United States would feel the same interest
and tho same inclination with the directors
f 'ho Stato banks to expand tho currency,
to accommodate their favorites and friends
with loam, nnd to declare largo dividends,
Such has been our experience in regard to
the last batik.
After all, wo must mainly rely upon tho
patriotism and wisdom of the St tcs for
tho prevention and redress of the evil. If
they will offoid us a real spocio basis for
our paper circulation by increasing the
denomination of bank notes, first to twenty,
and afterwards to Ulty dollars ; U they
will require that the banks shall at all times
keep on hand at least one dollar of cold and
silver for every threo dollars of their clr:
cuhtLon and deposits; and if they will
provide by a sef-oxeeuting enactment,
which n thing o.in arrest, that the momcut
they suspend thpy sbajj go iuto liquidation,
wuuUl g) tar to secure us against tuturo
suspcusioi s of specie payments.
Congress, in my opinion, possess the
power to piSs a uniform bankrupt law ap
plicable to all banking institutions through
out tho United States, and I strongly
recommend its exercise. iliis woulu
mike it tho irreversible orcanio law of
each bank's existence, tint a suspension of
spcio payment! shall prouuee its civil
death. I ho instinct of self-preservation
would then compel it to perform its duties
in such a manner as to escape tbo penalty
and preserve its life.
The cxistO''ce of banks and the circula
tion of bank paper are so idcntiGcd with
tho habits of our poorjle, that they cannot
at this day be suddenly abolished wi bout
much immediate injury to the country. If
wo could c niCne them to th ir apprnpriato
sphercjiixl preventthom froni admiry itsr'ng'
to liiospirilof wild ana recess ?p"Culatiuii
Dy extravagant loans and is3ues,thoy might
be continued with advntitngo to tho publio.
But this I say, utter Ion aod much re
flection : if experience shall provo it to be
impossible to enjoy tho fucil tics which
well regulated bankgmglit altord, without
at Iho satno timo suuering tlio calamities
which the crosses of tho Cauks havo hith
erto inflicted up n the country, it would
thon bo faritho lessor, evil to deprivo them
altogether of tlio power to issuo a p'per
curronoy nnd conliuo them to the functuni
if banks of dispositc anu discount.
Our relations with foraiim poverumonts
... ,.. 1. nlinln in i i itkfnplnrtf con.
are, Upon lUC WUOIO, in a StUSiaCtOry COIl-
The diplomatm d fficulties which existed
between tho government of tho United
States and that of Great Britain at tbo
adji urnmtut of the last Congress havo been
lnppily torminatcd by tho appointment of a
British Minister to tbis country, who lias
lin.n. i-i'.i , o 1 1 1, vn.ntvrl
loon i-rteillnlltf voootvrll.
Wliilst it is creal y to tlio interest, as i i
am conviuccil it is the sincere ilcfire, of tho
governments nn J peoplo of tlio two countries
to bo on terms nt intimate friendship with
each other, it h:is been our misforluno al-
most always to havo hail some irritating, if
not dangerous, out-staudirig fjucstioi) with
Sinco tho origin of tho government, wo
havo been cmployoil in negotiating troa
ties with tint power, atiil afterwards in
discussing their truo intent and mcamnj.
In this respect, tho convention of April 10.
IS.jO, conimonlv called tho Clayton and
Rulvcr treaty, fias boon tho most unfor
tunato of all; because the two government i
place directly opposite and contradictory
itructions upon its first and most impor.
, article. WhiM, in tbo United States,
lintinrnd lint tlm trnnlv wnillll nlaco
liclicvcu mai 1110 treaty wouiu piato
both powers upon an oxact equality by tho
,. , . t. -,, -,, iirti.,
stipulation that neither will ever occupy,
or oolonizo. or assume or exerciso anv
.lnmtnlnii" nvtr inw nut nf Central
uonuniou oci, any pan ot ciiuhi
Amcrtea.lt 13 contended by tho British
. ., ... tl i.tni:,. f
gOVCrillllOnt that the true Construction Of
this language ns lelt them in tho righlut
.. i, . ,- r n . i
possession ot all that pirtion of Central
Amnrica whioli vait in their occunancv at
America wuicu was in tucir occupancy ai
tho datO of tho treaty J in fact, that tho.
treaty is a virtual recognition on tho part
Of tho United States )( tho right of Great
I y -Ill - H H-nlAHlxa 1. I
u I tho wholo cxtensivo coast of Central Amer-
ifciiiaiu, vituui us uvuul ui uiumwtui. bj
' ioj. sweeping round from tho Rio Hondo
l".luu l"1" '""'"""
i B6"J i "bib uUJhiiuv -
islands, exeem tuo comparatively small
P,'""' . belwc
t'aPa Honuuras, According to their con -
struction. iho treaty does no moro than
simply prouiou them trom cxtonuing tueir
possessions in uentral America bovond
'"dr present limits. It is not too much
to assert, that if in tho United States tho
treaty had been considered susccptihio or
! such a construction, it never would bavo.i
. uecu no 'Otiatcd uuder tho authority of tho 1
l'rcsideai. nor would it have received tbo
President, nor would it have received tho
, apprpoauon oi iuo ocnaio. j
; 1 ha universal conviction in the United
was, that when our j;ovcrDmcnt
vuusuuiuu iu viuiuiu us irauiiiuiiai uuu
time ponortd policy, and to stipulate with
foreign goycrnmen never to occupj; or
acqutro territory in tho Central American
portion o our own oontinont the cons.dora.
tlOll lor tbis sacnliCO was that Urcat Unt-
in should io tbli respect at least bo
JUced ia tho eamo position with oureolveB.
1 (conclusion kjsxi week.) 1
That Modol Wifo.
A WirE WonTii IIavinu.TIio Gre
nada (Miss.) Republican understands thcrq
is a' lady, not ono hundred miles distant
rrom that place, who liagwe-ssMiicrjiuouanu
with eightcon heirs sinco God joincfi tboot
together aB man and wife. Sho lias gcveu
birth to twins five times, and a few weeks
since was delivered of a trio, who arc
said to bo remarkably une-looking and
If nil wives could do as well as this
Mississippi matron, there would bo no room
for foreign emigration. Tho country would
soon bo filled to overflowing with Native
Americans. And what a glorious stato of
things wo should then havo 1 It would
forever closo tho mouth of "Sam," whilo
an ever fruitful theino for tho Democracy
dark lanterns and subterraneous caverns
would bo most effectually cut off The
Mississippi lady is a public benefactress
she is- n'ttiodcl mother indeed, which fow
either North .or S0utli can hops t; iniitac
Wo think sho wouldn't do for an editor's
wife. New Urun'itciek i'rccdonian.
Why uot 1 Hasn't an, editor us good a
right to a "model wife1' as anybody 1
Wcoll linvo knnwntlial BrlC-tainc hen,
Tlinl pcMtched for one to ic-atli for tcn-or moro.
Among tho many medicines offered
to tho public, DU VA&L'S GAlrANIO
OI( is surpassing all in amount of sales.
A great number of dozens of this mcdicino
have been sold than of any other prepara
tion and why ? Became it is a good
article and is in demand, the sufferer will
always have it.
Sold by 0. M. Hagonbuih, ,T. R. M'iyor
and E. 1'. Lute, DJooinsburg, and Cquntry
Is Consumption 6'iWc? Wo cannot
doubt that in many cases of seated Con
sumption a euro has been effected solely
by the uso of the Wild Cherry prcpara ion
of Dr. Wistar. Its healing effects are
LOST; LOG CHAIN.
Ay r.tntiT foot iikaw i.oo chain and
CIXVtH was t ike n from Hip Pliiw, (in the ,rtiu I
Hex ol I lie fiiliftcrilx'r, In .Mntlinoii luwmhip, Culuinlila
.nntitv. oh Wctlncrdiv. th,t "Jl Inrt.
A rnril of nn,, iliillur run Any rent will be pal.l
lor iu rcinrii io uic i.w ni-r.
cAi.cn c rox.
Ilec 11 1W7-31
TUG riiri-iinlngir.il Calnnil of Fnwifr, IVrllj
k Cn., lit- UII Arrli strict riiilnilrtplii.l. It"
? J whn lint hurl llift lAaimRvnit. nt or the rulabh-ll-f-O
mi'iil for the lul eighteen innulli, will continue
In ritniluet tile lnlf i nrsl ai heretofore in all il hranrliep.
Htnnditn: work on Anatomy, I'lirfliolngy, riirrno'oey.
Water I'nre. rhnnngraphy. the., roti'tiintly on li.tr f
I'lirennloitienl eimnlnationi w ll'i w rlllen ilrrrnpllnn
given daily. I'limi'dngy lailghl in piiatc, III Chirac
and in pohlie leclnre.
'All nid"rf eol hy mail rrlll meet w ill) promt nlten
tinn Itesitleiitfi of neiRlibnrhnr vill.icei ilrrirrn a
lertnre ' r ennri of terlitrei on I'lircnuln-y, fur hlllhrr
information ihotil'l ndurc-s
JOHN I.. C Al'IM.
OJ Uheinut iirttt, t'liiindilpliia.
n-c 12, IW
.upn rrinnveilioui'iuiirinm iircpi iizi .uin.
LANDU KTH'S AGHIOUJf UKAL
rvoi.st 2t etiUTii hixtii tmiv.r.vt&&
INcnr the Biato I nint,
rpl'.N Ioorii,f Ihlii npcl mm l.tiildniK-crrcli-d t'pri'lr
X lr tli'i rropri'inra' trade, nr; Morid wili M-'t'di
nnd liiipfiiiiit of intcnsi t. r.iniifr and i;nrdncrri.
SIXTY YllltS rSTAIlMHIIUH.
The mhicnbcff ih-iirr n call the ntlcntioii nf i vriy
n it' intTestd in farinjng nnd gartlf tung, to iicir ntj)
flfcted utofk of
AaillCUlrUlLAL IMI I.UMHNT i. MACIIINCRV.
Great variety of horticultural tool. Warranted
(iii tie n and rimwr Herd, Hi at mid Field deeds of
Hip mnn reliable quality
iTho Asricnltnral Implement nll by itnnr mos ly
inniiiif.irtiired at onr I'team Worki, llrltot, I'.i.
llaUng fitted up thin cM.Tl.lit-liinf nl u(llloift irgnni
' manufacluro if 1 lie v.inwn klm'i of Asricnliural I in
,,,,,, coru w prrpnrrd to npptv nil nltirln
in cipi'ine, wiiii i n! ih"i ci'M'ii" i': i'','if " i"
n til is linn fnllv fiti.il. il not rniirrior. in nnvlllinz nf
tin- hltnl ever bcfnrr oflt-rril In Win p'thlic . I.nmlri'lh'K
Warranted CJnrdcn H,-i il linvn upi'ii Lefort thfl pihlc
for upwurda nf bjily jimm ; lli'i'r widn tprcnil iiilnt
ily, and ll, crmuitlly Inrrrniiiig detnnnd iimu nr
tn yfar, is 11.1 l.rBt cvnlonro of tliuir bnpTiorjiy over
in papen. or bulk, on th
'and I Illi, leree.t olt.
ZjT Cnunlry .Mrrclinnln rnn lie tupplirit w.tn sctur
nn innsi r.JsnnniMu iif'iiiw.
riilnl, r.u. onr l.'irnr-n rrn
linndrrtl nnd neventv ocrra.
rinil is l tie Irrgutl uit.iblifilini':nt uf Its kind in tlic
i). i.ANnitr.Tii c eoN,
Vos. 31 und '3 tioutll Hixlll llri-rt,
nnc 13. us;
ClUARTRK II Ad JUST COMMIi.VCIH). Apply
fjf adniinnion at IIia tichool Itoom on Third itrtvtt I
or nt i ha reiidence of Mri. J. liar ton ( ,
n r. BATON.
DtoointhTirff. Nov 2P, lfl7
TUB New llouc of Worship, In Miminvillt.CuImn
bia county. I'a , wiIILh iledicuted totlic aerviiO of
thi Triune Jehotah.on Hund.iy. tho M7t!t day of Dccun
bfi, Kictcifci tu commence t M o'clock, A. M-
NeiKhUorins MntiUera, and all p"ros iiUL'restcd in
tha projrr is ofrelieiuii, are invited to be pre went,
' K. A siunacrTs,
UtoomvtMtrK n.c 5, IP57 faster.
Columbia County Rrpuhlua and Star tf ths Worth
UAMUHA AND IJLOOMSUUUG
' ri II U undenisned would inform (ln trsvelin
1 """ '"' Hi" Proprietor of t
,,, u,H1iP,n,,,i 1.,JICJ,cl,11,u.f wm,
kind of iiohsrs anp a ni:v tuov uoacii.
I for the occoniniod.illnii nf tlio travclinir pnUllc. His
CMehwlll ,,,,,, ,,ctt,ofureiT,,. HCCkfr,,et(vten
iii.ooMsnimr: and camiika.
. niul li.i. ..rj.n.irml liiiiiaflf Willi llm I.a.t
I.'iivinj Cambrn evrry Monday. Wednesday nnd I'rl.
. ,.. ...r.o'.inek. a. i.. n-nvini- t iim,,,,...
ImrR nl hallpou H oVInek, A M . In limn to rnnnrel
Hltll tho rllll.AllKl.l'UIA TltAtNH nl Itaprrt BUUon
Sontlinnd Wc.t. I.envint lUomnsuura rnrh day of
i'; ,"su"; "ti". " 1 ll'in7?lllJ!
Mails, nnd arrives at C'auibm al half pitt 8 o'clock
ltecular ntnppmc pl"s nn ln Ri.uie arrasddlomi
NEW coluj,,,, uhakcuviiM: & light sr.
iO-Tli palrmws of iho community in solicited,
i,l'l,X,uon of ",0 ,',"ie,or
rreisliUlagsage, il., carrte at modrrati- prices.
I I Willi r M AN.
Cimbra, December l 1p57
r mimuiu ii.Vti.1 jujaiatu.
, sbiia, diaaud. i-.te of iiemtock towmhi?, coigm
touniy, r..,o. the prsmlsos,
- - -y !
i "pr ic'
AMU SfBAflX 6 5UAH,
Situile in I lie township ami counly aforesaid, ccn-
UMi uuwuitiju AUiiiis,
c""'7 ".:?..'"!" v 'J ' . Vf"? ln ? sou
Kiuuu. tvnuw uak n.,m.
, lent Bpnuir of Winer near Ihn house : a
in,!; him, ns, urcnam 01 ciiuiuk r jiui r
Tnpfo it alio on the prcmlieia large and
vaiujoin dir. igo w
H.inl mrmiiri Iim uiMoininn ttm.la r-i
ucl nruekr. Jncob Kinnev.ciistnh Minn
John K. Hoblilii und other.
HJ8nl(i tn cuminncii nt l o'clock, I. M , rt ia Id
(liy, when ctoililloi will be made known If Uie uti
WKOtiESA&K fit SRUtFAIfc
CONFECTIOxVARY & FRUIT STORE
Oyslcr. and Hating Saloons.
JL lorm Iho eniicnt of liluomtfriirtfnnil
Imc fiuMie in genernl, thai tuoj have
lusl received a Inrcn nnd fJcnuiiTuI nn '
pofimPiii 01 ciicice tannii'9, 1 nyt r ruin, tjrort-Mef
Nn in Notions, onil nil VI ruts of goodf tutu My kt-nt hi
a VnriMy Siore
TUelr Slock cnmpre a lartro inppf ol Almnnrfj,
Ornnprs, Lemon i, rrunrii Imtei, Cilron, L'uiran',
Fifti, Ranirn, rig, nutter Nuts J'JIbi-rU, Vnlnti,
(Iron ml Nn t s Cucnnnul? Macaroni, Sardines Mrs
Ur.v'keri, Sugnrn, Codec, Tofnceo of nil MmH, Dome
lie and Imno rtcil fcfofrar, il isliottsule anil KfUle
trt Pamlliet mifiptlcil at nil tlmci wlilt Dread, Cake
Pioit.Oiteri, A.c.,andaU orJcfi pimpl!)' filial.
TltmfAS O, Hf.BK.
OI.IVEIl T. IV1IS0N
nioomibuftfi Icf 23, 1B.W.
mm coorEn snoi
TMin,nb4rrihemnnorn(.r 1t1.1l he wilt carrr nn tlift
COOl'EUINll pUfllNT-eaalhii llrcwcf In Hop
klnsvlllf, where lit will m.iktf
Barrels. Tula, Kegs,
An.t rvrrvltifns fn ifittTflne ortmilnri. Hp ivlM nlo
rrpalr nik cl nil lUndi, ami willilo II ikilf'illy ond at
fair lirlcei. . ' '
dll.VRI.K4 V. 1IAS3BHT.
nioonnlmrg. Jnno. ta, IP.1,?,
Brick! firick! lirick!
T?IVR HUNDRED THOUSAND
1 rni.MI; IIIIICK. Il lurnnt Mil. nt Ilia alihacri
bcr'i llrlftk Vrtrila In lllnnmvbiiri;, nnd nre oirvrtd lor
rale.. Ilia line in Hm country. Apnljr to
U. II. All 1 11 uit.
nioonn'mrir, Oclfihcr 10, 1P.'i7
GOOD NEWS FOR HARD TIMES.
Tim nubffrltxTi have Jnt returned from tlie city,
Willi n good arporiMiPiit or ftoodint ptitf to nut
th" lliiic, utilcli Hi ry will tllFpoac of & prim Tor
We fnvitp nil nrr'rtns nlion'Uh to tuv rlican. to call
nnd cKxtHitie our ilutk. Uotmtry Prottuco mkon ni
II. C, & I. V. II ARTMAN.
OU 17 157 . i
N(JS. 37 AND -10 NORTH SECOND STItEKT,
ffltl-OW AMIl ITHtKf.
TIIIB pimtnr lloitdt kai deen tlturoul.ly renovated,
atiiiftttntirt improvtmtnit inate for 1 tic nrron mo
ilatli in ol giic-tt. Ate. it coiiiiccljon w illi tli nliovn
lluicl, 1 lie itropif-lnr ln ftpct.r.l, III lli? tairmrnl, a
Que RATING AJVJ ItRIVKINU SAI.OOV. Altojrtlior
tlti KfltntilirttiiiPi.t c.'mjmi-r'f fAVOiaiily wllli I lit flr.l
ct.its pLicr-i ol nccnminoil.ntion for '1 ravcllrr.Ciili"'M,
tt,r. tiring itlili.il n iliori (Utiniiec of tlir pw Vork
and natiimoro KaiiJlnfH, jifar tlm To t litflrc ami Ei
haiigt. ntu-r-t Omi jIjujti, goiiij to all parli uf tlio
City hiti Irnnj.
Ttie rroprittor J;onc, liy itrlrt nttcntlon lo tlio
wantt of tilu pt(rftjj,io ft ceire aliUral t.ao of tho
J OITCNKIRK, rrpprlttor
CM oftlnlttntora.Md.. and Cincfiinati, Olijo,
Ort 31. IK.17-tin
NOTIIX li lirrfby Kln tn nil pfiMonn ntrrtrd,
that the flloniiii acfjjul havr bevn flirt In llm
I'rolIioK tir)'n Oflireif i oNu.Ha county, and u ill Iih
prpfiilril i'i Hie Court offiiiimgu flea u( Kit j if county
lor cf.fiflrm'iiiiin nnd anc on Wednculjy. (lie 5t
rinyoi Df-rnnbcr A. . I87
I 1 he nrcmint il J hn K Moyrr, rptumillfr nf Ilia
per oii niul eeta'e ot t'vtcr Mcllfk, n Innnilc of fcott
II The fieroi'nt nfiorifithin IllOirl, Cominlttiv of tlm
prnnn nnd dun of Joliu RUIiel, a lnn.it (c, Lite uf
3. The account of John Snyder. Cniijinltirc of ilia
ptvann nnd cilito nf Al:iiidt Stoker, on lubilujil
drtiiknrd, of lllocm l" iitliin.
' J.iCOtt tsvniti.v,
ov H. ISZJ I'Mtkwftg,
NATIONAL SAFKTV TJIUST CO.
orriuK, walnut pr., s. w cuiiNnt or-i iitiai
trrartgtmtKtt or Builnttf tlurhf tk f-upiniion f
ipttit pAymtnti by tht Banks,
1. IVprjuit received and paimenti inmlc dally.
2, Cnrrt'itl I'niik .Noii-n, Checks sad fjccn ivill la
received on drp tijt
It. li-pi.MU mule In Datik N In or Cluck In
paid hick In current Mnnk Not a,
irrpnf nn hki'i hi uinii -ii ni tit ill v paiu unrn
in Oni ii
isTr.iicsT rivn pr.rt rcT. n:n annum
II I'MLY I. UUNNKll, I'ruidint
Wm. J. Itirn, fnritnry.
L I V I N 0 A N J) LUVlMi.
II V MIW VlliniNIA P. 'lUWNtSfNIt.
Mld T0WNH1:MI is kii(itn nn on- t t.iir lrt
inatnzino w rile ra. a id alih"iifc'h ) t )"itn, Ihh
not hrr f "jti-l inhr peciliitf tlylK, Tht; pr unit vol
ume inrhidfH iomi ul lirr hrt I nnd SkiMu.
wliuli lotjetli' r l'Ji .t corirri tnd U'-mii ,'fnl porfrtiH if
tin nuihiir . by tit il 'IhH' yinlroi( nrUi, J Ini tfur iifn,
, uill rrndtr It p.'itiitiljtly occtpiabU to hr nn
Tin Hook M n Iinndomf ISmo. voliinic, pilnted on
the flncil pprf hmiiid in n ncnl rid rif-;niiiiu itjlt.
and in (ft in fltiv pHtt of thp I1nld Kt.tUs Uy null,
free ol'ptra;(uU irrnpt of Hie pr n: $1
j w iiu.iii.r:v. vuhUtht.
4S Ntirihroiinh -ilir. i. riuladriulil i.
Nov It. 1857
ii;u' iiMKuijK VAiumrnioo.iiKUuVi
WHAM S, CARKV
HA3 opi'iii'da MjrMo Viinl in t'o'irt lfov, oppu'iin
tlo Ktcli tn?'t ulcrc lit; ! prapirM lo lluinti tlm
licit uorfc froni I tn li.i n ur Aincrjcnn Jtat hlr lur
MO.NUMi NTS, TOM IIS,
Tnii)li.noitc,T1ilte, Mantle, Wltidotvi-illf mid leu
rorllip rl.nractrr nnd fluiili ofhiork liurrfcrftn
aiiclinilm hi iuhiIq in thm conMv. lit- will fnrniU
oiii;na for work or cirrittc any Hint may In fnrniili
rdiohlm. Illnwoik (linllalwn)i bit atitfnclury In
ittt lfnnd rcnson.ililpln price.
liloom'tiiirs. Pec fi.Jtfjtl.
COLUMliUS MALE AND L'EMALK
1ii:Triilecsnl this Imiiiuiion linvo unimnioinly
. rtecteil II II. Walker, A M., of l.rwUlurir, I'rin-
dl'al Id Araitemv. in place I'f I'rof. Andiron,
Mioo lime rxnir's Mtll tliu nrctenl tirni, tile Ittli day
oroctol.er insl '
Mr. Walker will tncrerd Mr. Anderton Immcdlnlcly
afli r lli rlosn ol ii i I.il,ii r.
U is designed tiy tliu Trnslees, with llieir new Trin
cipnl. to mnkn tills iiiBiiiutlnn one. of Ilia liest of tliu
aiud in ihu 3UI0.
Oct 17, lt-57
Ettitc of Benjamin 1'iatt,
JETTI'MiS of Adiniui.stration on tha
i Ujltle of nenjimlr. Trill, late of rine innnitilp,
woiuiiim , cdiiiny. nrcc.isea. nave neen cranten l)' inn
ReRtsii-rnf Olumliia county, tn the iindersitined wl'i,
resides in saju Pine toivatliip, in Coliimliu counly;
all persnni having chlnis niainst I In nslalo or llm
decedent nre returned In prcrcr.1 them to I lie Admin
utralor nilliiiui del y, and all persons jndibled lo
make payment firllinnli.
I It AM imiirt.
W I I.I.I AM IMATT.
Oct 31, 1857 y!Jraililrlr.
ADM 1 iN ISTH ATOU'S NOT I OK
Estate of David Smith, deed.
TVTOTICG l hen'by civen thel letters of Adiainietrn
i tinn wllli tho will anneseil, upon Ihc Krlatc of
I'.VKi Bumn lain 01 iieunoeK lou'nsnip, i;olumtiia
run my dicciisrd.Jiaronccn (rallied to Hie underrisned,
residing tt Buckliorn, in llie eai I lownsliip orilrmlocli.
All persons indented lo tlm Cstnte arc reiuesird In
m.ile ,-iaypient lyjthout delay, and those liavinr ac
counts lo; sitllenient to present them In
j win HAnrtts,
imieijfralsr tell. lAs tclll anntttd,
rtiieklinrn, Nov 2, ISj?.
HICAIt THIS MILLKlt.
"tUSTOMERS to tho Aqueduct Mill,
who lisve unsetilrd aecnunls Willi Ihrsubrcriher,
for FUEIl, I'l.OUIt, fce nre repectfully nnlitlril.
that as tliuy have lieen actoinmodated I linpo that Ihsy
will now aceoniiuodato roe, and male inmudiate ey
"ll. WILLIAM llEUns.
Aiueduct Mills, Nov. at. 1PJ7.
CIMItl.CS fiTAII, would rerpcrlfillly
iuforni Uic eitiens ol lllonnistiurj- nid
vicinlly, that lie lias hie y rsialilisltrd.
II, Illi. ntl.. .1 Itnnk lt,nA, . a h.!
is prepared tr. do nil finds of work In his line, on Iho
shortest notice, and reason. blelerms.
OrrlCK Oil Alain llreel nver STIpl,,, nnn, nnA Hl,nn
.Btni,ipoiio tha I'o.! Office, Uloounbiirt,
S II A 11 1' NOTICE.
ALL perrom knowing themselves indebted or liavinc
unsettled Lime acrmints yritli the subscriber ain
hereby uoliflcd tn call upon S ssnen .Vivas"!, Tie . wlio
can be Inund In his office .very tiaturdsy after noun, and
sclll.i the same lialurn tlio first of January neit For
kfter which time alliincQiirctedaceouuis will tie nlsccil
in hands ofolBctri for collection.
Oct 31, 1857
PATENT SPitING UED BOTTOM8,
A I.I, you Ih t want to ret and .'eep ennd. rail nn
OnOltnU W. UOICUl.I., anil buy QOULU'S FA
TtMT I1KI) UOriVMS. Il has boushl the patent
ntlil if Columbia couiitv. and is noiy prerrued lo lur.
mri Ilottoins.ilicibie1onlitaa irell as hew bedsteads,
nt He has also on hand all kinds nf Cabinet Furnuuro,
t. Ciuirs.Cotus. Uedsteads, and oiner Cottage furniture.
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Also, iiediiy-iiwuv vuiiius.
GEORGE W. COR ELL,
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