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" t 0 Niro it dreary,
day Ycnrglodm thy' cows° ctishreude—
,;;;l42.'tPt." ore faint arid weary,
thy spirit dark with clouds,
11Oast still in thy well doing.
i., , 4 thy sot!! forget tho
".r dram sitllitie right purentu g.
t not! joy shaircoment last.
.Sir in still and onward , p . ressing,
- :,Eierk, no future yenta o knot‘,
lint tic errs the wishedfur blessia . g.
• ti s I nll como though it bo sines ,!l .
ever tiring= up war d u
Let thy fears aside be ray,
And thy trials tempting —brocinc.
Doubt not! jay shall come at lo,t.
S ' Y J. al. IttIOWLION
Keep not thou thy soul regretting.
Beek tho goetl—,-spurn nlll'Blll,oll.
Though thy foes thy path besotting,
Thou shalt triumph o'or thorn ell;
''hough,.oach )4EIO but bring' thee saduOr,
And thy )(lath Lo Hooting font.
There'll ho time enough for gladness—
Doubt not !_joy atoll come at lasi.
Ilia fond eye , is tsotrlting o'er thee—
Iliastrong erm shell be thy guard
- Dtity'e. path is straight before thee.
It shell lead to thy reword.
Dy thine ills thy faith made stronger.
Mould the luturo:by the, post—
Hopp thou on rt little longer !
Doubt not! jOy will come at last !
A Scene, in bling4lousc.
The folloWing very remarkable circum
stance is vouched for by Green, the refor-
Med gambler , which we condense, from
hiS work on gambling. There is a degree
. of romance attached, that in a manner re-
Heves it of the horror excited by the cat.
aStrophe. It occurred at New . Orleans
porno years ago.
— A - sea captain was--in -the habit. of fre
quenting a Roullette Table, kept by a
Frenchman in company withl a party of
Gamblers. Green remarks that theyplay-
ed with more regard to fairness then, than
is. customary or general with them now.—
The captain was evidently influenced in
his itits more to hill time, than from any
passion for the sport. He had visited the
room% frequently,. and his invariable bet
was twenty-five c ents, and winner or looser
he . never increased it. He visited • the
place - on the night in question.
The sea captain having placed his bet
upon the red, sat with his head leaning
upon his hand, as if to await •the result of
the game. The ball fell into the column,
tend he was the winner. The wheel stall-
ed again, the captain did not move, and,
contrary to the usual practice, the amount
of his bet was doubled. He won the se
second, third, fourth and fifth, the sum
doubled each time. Thus it was to the
eighth time, when the gamblers began to
be excited, and uttering loud curses, ex-,
Claimed"He wins again !" At this, ma
ny whet were in the room gathered around
the table. The result of the ninth and
tenth being the same, one of them cried
out—"He is a fool ! why don't he make
sure of what he haS won 1" The eleventh,
twelfth and thirteenth brought the same
.result, and many exclaimed "He is mad !"
—But the game went on, and the cap
tain continued heedless. The fourteenth
was in his favor. At the fifteenth, thous
ands were at stake, from the small 'Agin
ning of twenty-five cents, . and all eyes
seemed fixed in amazement. Still he won.
The. sixteenth was the same. The bank.
erS'Vocifemted curses upon the wheelplay
er. • Others urged the captain to withdraw
at least a part of his winning. Sixteen
thousatul dollars was at stake for the sev
. enteenth. - The ball flew like lightning,
but there was no change. The money
was piled up in heavy bank notes before
the Captain, but he moved not a finger nor
uttered a word. At this juncture, a husky
voice' ',in seaman's phrase, was heard,
"Haul hi, old Captain ! you don't bet all
. that pile arinst this set Of land pirates I
haul in: l" and a hand was stretched forth
..front One at the table grasping the money
• arid - depositing:it -in 'Et hat.' •' It was the first
mate of the Captain's vessel. Having thus
secured the money, ho seized the Captain
by the Sheulder, saying—" Come you have
a full cargo, it's time to hoist sail"—when
', horrible to relate, the corpse of the Captain
• . fell against him. He had been sitting with
his head . upon his hand throughout all the
leXcititt scene; having died while in the
act of betting the first quarter.. The mate
called for. water and dashed it in-his face ;
then•for spirits ;' but all efforts to resusci
.. -.tate him were in vain. Life was extinct,
Green goes on to detail the result.
. . The gamblers then demanded that the
money should -be refunded ; but the mate
had.. rolled it up in a handkerchief, put it
into the hands of a cabin boy, and charged
him to •run with it for his life, to the ship,
and deliver it to the clerk, and summon the
crew' tothe gambling house. The tumult
and Confusion were so great that the boy
slipped' out unnoticed. • . '
When the corpse was laid on the plank,
the ganiblers again demanded the - money
Of the mate, stating, that as the Captain had
• undoubtedly died Vetting
. the first quarter,
justice : required that it should be returned
to the bankers. The': mate in a tone of
defiance; replied, that the orphan children
.of the Capttiin needed the motley; end
houkt haVoit. ,Force-,was ;then,threaten
. if he refused' to' deliverit tip? Seeing
t their thretilin4o Unheeded l - thoy rush
. 4 upon, him .iiitii : vii4once, seized his hat
tiriddioneit off, supposing they had secured
•- ',, , -••:.4its'inotiey -; ' but:to their surprise the hat
.'.• , ii,*bipppjr;';,...ivjp .. go' . number who were
present took the partofthe Mate ' and groat
• .. ' - .•
.rzteinent prevailed throughout . the nouse.
'assault was , Made , upon mate . 7 -
1 'id 'one .thing, and some another.
, "•''6lili,'l44'' ' ._'Get the' money."—
itkii.'.'" You have 'no right
?!..;.yv +6 - !,1 with.aths, and im 7
s, A't !thiS.inoment
tihip's -00 rushed
'`.- : . 'Sew'.
.r- - -, 1t..% -, ,-.' - '
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thing was staid respeCting the money which
led the sailors to supposethat the mate had
been robbed and, they were abeut rushing
upon . Monsieur GYampin, as a proper per
son ,to indemnify trim for:any 'losa,that :he
mighthave sustained ; but were.diverted
by the entrance. of some twentr of tla:Kity
Watch, armed. :with_ short swords. The
.sailorshnew the character of this posse,
made up of What. arc called among them
"11Thaifirat \ Panclimen," and were no
more daunted by their array of force, than
they would havc.bacti by the display of tin
swords in the hands;of so many trained.
monkeys. A fracas was, however,' pre
vented between the sailors and the watch,
by the assurance orthe mate that the mo
ney was safe, and'a . request from him that
they :would return to the vessel. He pro
posed to take tht body on board, but , was
informed by the captain of the watch, that
all inquest must:be, held over it beibre it
was removed. He then seated himself by
the corpse of his captain, to N'Vatell over it
during the rest of the night ; and the gam
blers returned to the common work of
darkness, playing cards and drinking li
quor, meanwhile now and then muttering
curses upon the dead, body of the Captain.
PLEASURES OF THE 114 ND.
There is no principle of the mind which
is not capable of creating pleasures for it-
Eelf :Ind others, while, on the other hand,
there isvone, whatever the excellence of
its nature, by being ill-directcd,•May not
prove the source of individual and general
sufrering. The thirst after knowledge, that
undying desire of the mind, which, as it
imbibes, grows less Sated, is the spring of
all that is delightful in fancy or crintem
plation. Science opens to man those bound
less fields where solid fruits and. fragrant
flowers abound in matchless beauty and
endless variety. It Offers the magic wand
by wliicli I . ve can create'celestial ram;
thin on a bare rock, the waters of which
purify the soul and raise the thoughts to a
diviner sphere : but Ilnowledge also pos-
SCSSC3 its evils ; it is often attended with
a craving anxiety, nr.d ends in bitter dis
appointments. Perhaps, after year's' of
toil, we find ourselves in a wilderness of
doubt ; or, after fruitless attempts to grasp
some migghty object, we find that it still re
bounds from our touch. Friendship and
affliction allbrd us pleasures the most true
and lasting—they are bonds which unite
the thousands of earth together. We re
pose securely on the breast of a friend, and
(Might in the hallowed ties of kindred.
A FREAK or NATURE :A communica
tion in the Boston, Courier, from the late
editor of that paper, states that Mr. Wil-
Ham Carter, of Cambridge, has a healthy
and well formed calf, having a coat of
wool instead of hair ! There is no per
ceptible difference in the appearance of
the animal's hide from that of a sheep of
the same age. Like the sheep, the face
and the lower part of the legs are covered
with short and not very pliant hair, the
rest of the body has a covering of wool,
to all appearance may afford as
liberal a fleece as a true Saxon or Merino.
An Irishman, who was talking in rather
ambiguous terms about the sudden death
of his paternal relative, was asked if he had
" Well, I can't say he did," said Ter
ramie, "but he died high:'
"Why, what' do you mean?"
"Faith, I mean that he was suspended."
The women ought to make a pledge not
to kiss a man who uses tobacco, and it
would soon break up the practice; and a
friend of ours says they ought also to
pledge themselves to kiss every man that
don't use it—and we go for that, too.
What a go-ahead people we are in this
-country? A young couple in a railroad
car out west, begged,the engineer to stop
a moment until a clergyman married them.
The cars stopped, the parties stood up,the
knot was tied, and the bridegroom cried,
"Ring the bell, Dir. Conductor!"
A lady wrote with a diamond on a pitne
...Gutl d d ut first make man upright, hut he—"
To which a gentleman added:
•" Most surely had continued en, but she—"
Alcibiades remarked to Socrates that his
wife, Xantippc, all the time scolding, was
not to be endured. "What!" rejoined the
Philosopher, "can you Jiotenilure the ock 7
ling of geese Vin . . • - •
The reason why the ancients represent
ed the goddess Fortune as being blindfold,
was that she chose this expedient toavoi•?
being offended with a sight of the fools she
It is generally agreed now; that Esq.,
at the end of a, tnan's name, in many in
is like the "quirk" in a hog's tail
—more for ornament than use.
Men are like bugles; the more brass they
contain the .farther you can hear them.—
Ladies aro like violets; , the • more modest
and i etiring they appear the letter , you
love them., : .. •
"I, say, Jim, what mechanical )voi7kdic
you first do?" said one darkey to another
"Why, why, cut 'teeth, oh course," re
,othor. .; .
new patent stove for the:convenierice
of tmVellers.has just been: invented;'" It is,
pliwed Under the feet, and a' mustard p 14147:
ter,upon the head draws the beat through
the: . whole system. , • ' ;
Offal the passions, jealnusy is Oitti . ‘;vhich
exacts the hardest, service and pays the bit
terest wages. Its service is-45 watch the
success' ot our enemy; its wages to bp 'sure
Experience is_ the motlior 'of 'science.
• • AGItICIDETIVRAL.
The Rust in thud.'
'" The following kernarkithoM the Annual
Report of, the: St. John's, (INL;7 B.) Agricul..j
tural Society; cisqo one' of the 'causes of
rust in wheat, arethrdWri out rather as al
,supposition than opinion, with the view of
. :no cgtt draws nutriment from the earth
by side roots, which spread overtheground.
The wheat plant has
. similar rootlets, but,
in addition, thereto, when - aboiit to head,
scads down, a taproot into the:earth, for
the purpose, it may,. be presuMed, of pro
curing the "additional nutriment which its,
large, rich ear ; requires, and this tap root
has . been known to, extend to,, the .depth of
four feet. We may observe, that up, to
the time of sending Own the tap root, the
wheat is the hardiest and thriftiest of all
cereals, ltt,aftenvards the most liublo to
disease. This deHaey is accounted for:
when we consider that land is generally
undrained; that no more than a few inches
of soil get the benefit of the sun,‘ air and
manure; and that therefore the itot must
encounter, in its downward travel; nothing
but disappointment. It conies in . contact
with the cold clay, or a sour, wet subsoil;
turns back in despair, and dies. In accor
dance with the laws of nature, insects, or,
rust, which is itself a fungus, or vegetable
insect, comes to finish the work ofdevas
tation on the dying plant.. The forlornfar
mer rails at the climate and cries, out that
the wheat is killed by the rust, while, in
Ihet, it has died from starvation—from the
want of that food,
: which, as a provident
husbandrean.'it Was his duty to have pro
vided' fin. it.
SALT AND SOOT.—The power of soot as
a top dressing to either wheat or pasture
land, is materially increased by the admix
tureof one-fourth of common salt. In the
fOurth 270, - ortlie — Royal - A - gri -
cultumni Journal, it is stated that fifty-four
bushels of soot and six of salt produce lar
ger crops of Altringham and white Belgi
an carrots than twenty-three tons of stable
manure and twenty-four bushels of bones,
at half the cost. It is best to hoc the land,
where used as top dressing for wheat, af
tcr the soot is spread, as that prevents the
evaporation Of the ammonia, which is the
most essential part of the manure.' To mix
it with lime is the most injurious, as that
alkali causes the rapid dissipation of the
ammonia. Mr. Drimmery, ofStinchombe
farm, in Gloucestershire,• England, uses
nothing but soot as a manure for potato
crops, which he grows in drills, using soot
at the"rate of 25 bushels to the acre.
CORY FOR Ponta:R.—A correspondent
of the Prairie Farmer writes : "I drilled
some corn this season to make winterfeed
for cattle; but it was very thick, and there
came a storm of wind and blew it down,
and I did not cut it Up. . It seems to me a
good way to winter cattle when shocked
up in good order, and I will here state the
way I have been in the habit of putting up
fodder. I set up six rows together, and
bind them fast as I go; then I let it cure
a day or two, and then I add on six more
rows and tic round again, and my corn
generally stands up well. • I fattened my
pork last season on a plank floor, and I
like the plan very well, as there seems to
be a saving of corn. There has been a
general, complaint in this section of the
iittremng - welt nits sea - -
TO DRY A CONY OF DER .3tmc.—Circum-.
stances frequently render it necessary to
stop the latescent action in cows, and when
this occurs, all that is absolutely required,
is to make a liquor by pouring into a fresh
runnet bag two quarts of pure well, spring,
or rain water; reduce the quantity of the
liquid, by boiling briskly, to about one
quart, and strain it. Then let it cool to a
luke-warm temperature, and give it as a
drink to the 'cow. In forty-eight hours
she will be dry. For some days her food
should be dry and unsuiculent—no water
lIEDis.—To make them lay perpetually
have their houses thoroughly cleansed; let
'no filth get in the nests; ivhitcwash the
places thoy frequent ; put lime, sand, ash
es, and gravel under the roof, where they
haveaccess; give them fresh chapped meat,
_grain and potatoes every day during cold
weather, and until insects appear; clean
hay, plenty of water; and they will be prof-
FEEDING PL. T5.--A fruit tree or a
grain field may be , fed with as much pre
ci ion as a cow or 4licep. A starved tree
is as 'unsightly as a starved - horse. You
must feed wheat phosphate of lime, or its
equivalent.. We know a fitrmer.who rais
ed wheat on a rich now bottom land on
the Muskingum, by cinch dressing of horse
BLIND Butmes.--Yes, use your think
ing„ powers; 'friends. 'They arc given you''
to use, not . to abifse. ' Blind Bridles ! Tru- '
ly nurneil; surely. Art ; 'never invented a
more fatal thing to the eyes of horses, than
when she devised this plan of depriving
the horse of what nattimintended he should
enjoy, ', "Bnt," says one, "how are blip
filers injUriOuS,M the horse V' BeCanse they
gather dirt and• heat ,around theeyes.•: ,
Dirt irritatesthe: eyes and heat produces
inflanimation. • • These .bridles :so entram-
Mel the eyes of 'the horse that he is con
stantly straining' them to sea his
ThiS over , ex:erlion of ilte-rierVe brings on
disease. .Eyes w,cre, not:: Made in vain.--
lind they , been needless, the, Creator would
not have located them in the They:
were, placed on 'the corner of the head, that
ho Might, have. the 'advantage of looking in,
different 'directions, Men. in: the :abund-'
tinge of their wisdom, concluded the horse
had too roeteh 'sight, and , they wished,to
curtail it.; Itence`thoorigin pf.blind
Think of it seriously; and ; abandon flat use
of so destructive an appentinge. Remem:
her 'That 'blindabridles and diseased eyes
are insepoiOlTeonneeted, •••custom hood!
:winks jhe:se'nsee''ofmen• as Much as blind:
.bridles ahoises.. • •
1111' , 1irine:ol. a vaitw,d,Fiari put
Relutlve wan' Amciiiiiheuticif,tho Constitution'.
ReiOioed by the S'cltic,and House' qf resnititivci 9109 , P! ! ) . 0 ) , tr o t d o i c o C c i: o l ': l 4 . l " ( i l i r il l ), 9 6 l l: l„ .. p O b r i c ei V i a o l
of (lie Commonwealth . V,Ponsylvania m General, Yeti,!ilY. to
Asecnitly'thd: Tlint thir Ctinstitudiin' of cthis Cent. Ife tlio Court :House, in the Uurottgit of
ninnweintin bo nrucnile,d,in the, second section, of the 'Clearfield, on Moodny the 3d efalk.ofSepternher
I fifth article, no thou li rend on ful!ows the nrxt, 'certain fruel•of land, 4tilifirn in , ReCentin
-Judo.' ovule Supremo Court, of the seve'ral C0Urf5„(7103,60,1, (.00.0y; contatrdng.69. scree
of Common Piens, nt.d of such ether Courts of Re• 1 16 perciii,i, beginning "
tit a liciniac , 4
cord no are or shell be established w
la, shall be •
elected by the confined cfreters of the Common. thence by Gringo Moure's survey north -I
John Witmer curve)
wealth in 'lto manner following, to wit The Jodg• unit 1 " 11 1 1 " 111, 11 , 1 9 1 (!e'by
ea of the Supremo Court; , the qualified eleentrA I %Vert 75 Pernbea ffi a benlibilk;ille i tiCe. by Darin ;
of the Cenneonweolth cd large , the Prea'dent Judg- I uel 154 perches to, a past, thence
es of , the ervcrsl Courts of Common, l'lces of , emit 111::rtrrilli i;stCorner i
nut It other Corti:s of Record as bib or shell fin no- I being 1
el Helene; sin vcs jib n cab 'm house nod ct able,
tn.bilidied by low, and all ether Judges required to bo
and about 11) acresdented thereon. Seized, tu•
learned in' the law, by the qualified` electors of the
respecitcc distrietti over which they ore to
preside ken in rxecinion Mid to be 'Sold ns .properly
or net os Judges. Arid the Ausovinte Judger, of the
Courts Of Common Neils by the go:A fled electors or, of James %%Pesti:tn. , i •
the eon:dice respectively., The Judges of the Su d
preMe Coen shall lio'd their oflieen for the lotto mil i
fifteen yrarS, if they shall no hog bet:avail/en:eel% es
wolf : (subject to the allotment limo tidier proviikd
for, aulanviertt to the first election :) The President
Judges of (ho several Coutin of Common r leoß, (Ind
of such other Coors of liceord us are or shall be in
lablidied Its law, onilall other .lodges rrnoircd In
be ftdined in the tv, bold their uffieen tor the
'curl of yects, if they shall tdt long behove them.
'selves well: Ifin An,oelato .11ittata of the Courts of
Clonintori novo ohull hold their ullirco for the forum 1.1
five }'mina, if they elaill lu long behave themsilves
even : mill of whom shall be conor.i:sielic.i by the
Govt row,' lint lor•noy reasonable came %Nl:tali 0.1111
not ho siillici , t.t grounds of iwpenrlimcnl, t h e G:tv•
triter nhall -remove any of them on the tithlavi of
two-thirds of cnrh branch id the Leg;slature. Tile
'first election shall take p'.nee at the general vice
non of this CoinmotMealtli next tiler the adoption
of this nputithilent, nod the (calm i-siutis of all the
judges w Ito'ntny be then iii ufih e shall expire cm the
fiend Mondny Derein her fullim nig, when the terms
o: the new judges 0111111 ( 011M4 nice. tile peewits
Ito :drill then ho elected Judges id lie Supr e f i l,
Cou:tt hall hold their &Zees as folluWe : one of them
fir three years, uric fir it x year 4. one for nine yours,
intki for ttael re year, and one for fifteen years; the
term of each 'to he tb-cided by lot by the anal jodgra,
no soon alter the election co iiilivenient, and the re.
cult certified by !litre to the Governor, that the
omnruss'.ons may bo hsticil in occordince thereto.
The jodgo whose loipmnssion will lirat expire 0141
ChtelJuink,e during his term, and thercaller emit
jodgo whore cotiimist.ion 01(011 first expire shall in
turn ho the Chief' Justice, mid if two or more coin.
mishions shall t xpire on the :mato tiny,. the judges
holding them Otto 1 decide by lot which shall he 'the
Chief Justice. Any vnennrieu happening by death,
resignation, or otherwise, in nny el the said conirle.
shill be filled by n:mointinent by the Governor, to
illtilto - first - fdomffly of Dreenther succeo...
dirg Om next general efertion. The Judges of the
Supreme Court and the Presidents of the severed
Coatis of Common Ph-es oft ill, lit stated times: re.
eeivo for their cervices nn ndequate compensntion,
to bo fixed by law, which Anil riot be diminished
during the:r continuance in office• hid they shall rev
echo no rocs or pcninithirs of Mike, nor hold any
other office of profit under nag commonwealth, or
under the government of the United States, or any
utlier Flute of tills Union, The Judges of th e Su
prCme Court dining their continuance in office
Atiall reside within this Commentvenlth,and the tak
er Judges during their continuance In office shall
reside within the distriet or comity fur which they
wore respectively elected.
NVILLIAIII F. PACKER,
Speaker of the lioue of Iteprescotatives.
GEORGE DA It SI E,
Speaker of the Senute.
IN TIIF. SENATE, March I. 1849.
Remhal, That this mm11111(111 ',ass. —Yeas 21
Nave B.' • SAME.. W. PEA 111.20 N,
gxtract from Ilia Journal.
IN TIIEVOUSF. OP REPREL+F.tiTATIVE.N, April 2, Ifll9
I?csokcd. 'Flint this resolution riii:;.—Vens 58
Maio 2G. WM. JACK, Cric.
h.triract from the Journal.
Filed April 5, 11119.
A. L. RUSSELL, Dcp. Sec. of the r:oni i 6
I DO CERTIFY that the foregoing ig n tree and
rooreet copy of the Original Rt so!titon of the Gener
al AFEembly, entitled “liet.olution relative to nn
Amendment of the Constnot.tot," as the nine re
mains on file in this office. ,
0.7. xt r
In leitimony thereof I have here.
octo unto act my hand, and entised 10 he of-
Ir 1` ," fixed Meseta of the Seeretary's,Ofte. -
„I. r t : nt flarrishurF, thie eleventh . day of
W.!„,,e}:" June, Anno Domini, ODO IitOUSIIIiit
;rrilV eight Iturlrt-d and fortrmitie
rrrur ..ror.. - rix.r•ri .71 ttcrtS; . 7
Eceretary of the Commonwealth.
"JOURNAL OP SENATE.
"148010i0O. No.IBS, emttleff • Reeolution relative
to on amendment of the Constitution,' was read a
third tirric. On the question, will the Senate agree
to the reputation ? '1 he Yens and i\ ays mere taken
agreeably to the Constitution, and Nivre os:Irellows;
"YEAR Messrs. Bone. Brawley, Crnhh, Cunning
ham, Forsyth, flugas. Juhrumn, Lawrence, Levis.
MaKM. Mettltine, A.cCoslin, Inch, Richards, Sadler,
Savery.Sinall,..Smyser, Sterrett and Stine. 21.
. "Naas. Messrs. Best, Drum. Fmk, Ives, King
Kumgmacher,Potteiger, end DarNie. Speaker. P.
••So the question was determined nt the c.flirma
"JOURNAL. OF !MUFF. OF anranse.NTATivr.s
"Shall the resolution pass The yens and nays
were taken agreeably to the provision of the tenth
rtiele of the Constitution. rind are UP fOIiCAVO. viz
"Yens. Messrs. Gideon J. Ball, David J. Bent
Creig Biddle, Peter D. Bloom, David M. Bole, II:o•
mas K. Bull, Jacob Cort, John 11. Diehl, Nathaniel
A. Elliott, Jos, ph Emery, David 0. Ei Wenn n,
Him Evans, John Fnusuld, Samuel Fogel3i, Joss ihW.
Fisher,ilenry M. Fuller, Tiles, Grave. ROberliltimP
son.•Georgo P. Ilenizey. Thornas.l. Herring, Jireph
Higgins, Charles Hertz, Joseph B. Hower, Robert
Klutz, garrison P. Laird, Abraham Lumberton, Joe
J. Lewis, James W. Long. Jacob M'Carniey,Jobt ,
F. M'Cullough, Ilugh Mee, 'John sPLatighlin,
Adam Martin, Samuel Marx, John C. Myers, Ed , .
ward N ichleson, Stewart Pearce. James Porter. Hen
ry G. Pratt, Alonzo Robb, George Ru t ile, , . Theodore
Hyman, Bernard 'S. Schoonover. Samuel Seibert,
John Sharp. ehrintirin.Soceetyr-Tliomas C. Ste.t,
Jeremiah B. Stithba. Ji.st J. Stillman, Maralinll
Swartzwelder, Samuel Taggart, Gi urge T. Thorn.
Niebole3 At %IBA Wntilne, :Samuel Weirich.
Atenzo.f. Wilcox, Daniel Zethry end William r.
Pachcr, Speclieri, LE4.. •
Keys, Moire. Auiustus K. Cornyn' David '
Cortney. David Evans, I lenry 'S Evans., John Fen
lon. John W. George. Thomas Gillespie, John B.
Gordon, William Henry, James J.,lC.irk.•Joseph L.tu•
barb, Robert R. Lillie, Sohn S..M . C . Amon!, John
M'Eoe, William M'Sherry. niter, William
'P. Morricon; John A. Otto, ‘liillinot V. Roberts,
John W. Roseberry, John B. lititherferd, flundlo
Smith. John Smyth, John Solider, George %Vulture,
end David F. Williams. 6.,:1
"So the questioil was determined In the anima.
liNsyLyANlA. u s s i c r ,, i 4 3 . l.i r :u ;r r A g l ::Fi . D l ielo:
%,“ . . IDO cr.nTtev tbet •the above and
1 1 ; • deo; ; loregoirig is a true and i:orreet copy
K a ,l, -,.- of thito o(eis"•finit "Nnys," taken on
/ 1( 1 the "Resolution relative loan amend..
.1.4., ‘l , mein of din Consittution,l ne, , i he same
' appears on.the Journals o f the two
Houses Of the General:Assembly or this Cominon
tNetilth; for ilie sestion 01840 ,- - - . '
Wittiest; 'rriy head 'rid'llia eeriVor said iitliee, the
fifteenth day of•June,.une thousand eight hundred
co partgership, .
fore exisiing hely! on Jaci,h , &'Lo74l"B - gunlz ,
is this' day. dissolved by mitttlril consent, Those
hal/ i4ft claims ngsinst Cher said firm will preisont•
11164 imrhodiately to Jacob lcuniz for; iiayment. as
the ii.coperty is now in, his yosrossion, anti ,ho
to pay all debts duo (coin the firm. Theroforo'l
will not consider myself r accimittable Cur any deals
Wit Oreicdcti ' " i
• ; , • ~. • Ltmis 'NuNTz.
Ltraqy to%%nolilp, April /1,18,19, f
„ , .r
._ 1’01””: VF'W ‘
K-R‘Y‘Bmk‘ qt.» V ,
SECRETARY ' S OFFICE
Secretor!) of the Conrunontecalth"
s 4 ll4A4ifrs'. l tiiio,s.
11 , I' br o w of a similar yvrit. ismcd of,ll l a
emus court and tone directed. Flu. volt!'
at the , bailie !tic() surf pinrr, n CCIIIII , I Irnel C.
laud, tituoio in ; aria :mu ual t ip, Clrur(iel,l
comity; 'coMuUmig 110 acres 40 perdu's,'" bitio,
nittc; ill /1 1. , eurnar Itl the row!' %vtit . coritcr.of
the trots. !hence oorth by 11Obert IViletto'it survey
I ' l7 l'errl'e• 1 " 01 , 0 3 1. by lootl aohl to Jorm I)
ilkr by 127 porches 2 10" ) 10 rot,
thence tomb 147 tulrchvs, .11fence west: ijy Juhts
Gthatue.• ,Cu cry 127 wreltes 2 10 !n place of bc•
gionitul, being out ol the south t‘ eat corner of
tract surveyed un sacra' to Gibam.
0.1111 a 1%10 ~tort bet‘ell 111 f, lowan nod ral t iti banb
mill lib tut 25 acre; cleared Scizetl, lulte'n ut ix
ecution tutJ to be auk! us the property of Etltaarcl
111!Z' t,tr:tic of ,a tdnittar i..;ord out of the
11-1) rune court idol to nie directed, %%01 ho kohl
nt tho I.:talc...woe nod ',lore, nil flirt 'Foulest id
Geolge 'Ahem* iu a vermin ttart ul land, t,itntife
In thady . townoltip, Cicoirtield eounly, 'Containing
200 orris, hound oil ity mod of . Pootrif, land ot
Vox at, Co. on the north, and by Ixral of Fux on
thit emit:whit n eablit hunon rind t.tribie, end it :
hoot 2, ogres elented 'thereon ; /3:Uxed, taken in
execution nod to be sold an tha prot , erty of Ccurge
• I'ES, SiCtf.
Sherifro °Clive, C‘enr.
fled, June 12, 1849 c
partnerhliip. The parpershipqxisting
J - .017r.11111. - STeeejtv - ttpd - fiettry - li
Smith. irnling IA the firm of Sterine•et Sraith, hi
Clearfield county, to thm day disaolv,ed,hk notitai
consent—said Smith having W‘rdt6td nil the
property of the lirro—nll retticnients nt.d claim ,
%%ill be presented l" him fur fi djus , metir.
JOSEPII n STEVENS.
HENRY B. SMITII.
Suborn Mills May 31. 1819.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters teetamen
tau have been ge.,nted to the eubatriLcr
1111 the estate of 1131. 0,0(.11. I.IIC ul Brady towii•
2 1 4, Clearfield county. de , ertsed—all person,
knowing Ott 'met vee indebted to laid estaio art
requeeted ru snake payment without delay, and
those having claims against the elate %sill protein
them duly authentieattd fur settlement.
Jollli CARLILE. Exjr.
Bratty township, June 18, 1819.
11. New Eivolt
Castings and Plough Pdanufactory.
/0:1E stiltverihert embrace the prevent ()prat' ,
1. nit)? In inform the citizens of Clearfield ce.un•
, hot their New roultdry in the borough or Ctear
field, is now in Wiwi, nod ,that they nro
to make; all kinds of enntingv. eueli as
Ploughs, Stoves, Siw-111111 Castings, Wash
Kettles, &c. SA%
on :hurt notice, nod inyhe very; brat style.
p~ All articks wok! cheap fur Cash ur.contitry
By strict atteatiort to Istqiness. and a desire to
"Liva AND LET LIVE." tve hope to receive a later•
ul ahurc ut put lie patrunagi.
IV B s LE rt
D. M WEAVER
61 IQ ts4g.
t Nal Et g.
IYM 13. SEYLER taltei ecra,iun to inform th,
farming 'portion of the community that, Iron tit.
lung experience at the Plcugh.mthVng buFinr:s,
flatters himself that lie c.an make., a &tier article
than can by heal (ken 11E10 ili the county.
Worronted to run null, anti nut to break for
term of-one year.
.11 ILockport, Clinton Co, ;l ilt ,.
•. Pa, IN
; 7 4 - 00ilt
BENJAMIN MYERS & R. C. BOSS
the pleasure to inforetheir friends and
11.11, the plain: genera:ly, that they have ret Led,
fitted up end opened is n lintel, that nrw, large
and cenimuditins Brick Building situated at the
I%eit cad ut Ladipprl, tramediniely eppc.site lf I
Haven. Clinton county, PO. 'Chi. Muse ie 'hi
largest and hest adapted to the-business of city in
the vieisitty, The l'iirlers and Chambers an
large, ventilated, furnished in good style.
pad in every respect Well calcUlated to'protahte
the einle and comfort of their gneiss.
Their 'FAHLE will alt,vays be supplied %%jilt
the beet the raiirket afford; and their Bsr with the
chciieept Lilnare. The Stabling bejene-”E , m - rtn.
establishment is_grea-,ont-extr-tatt,e, and will be
tutentled by experienced and careful bustlers
Avata;.l particularly cal :he ntietoten ft,
11.113311131 ma ya
to the advantages ul the ‘Voutlward house while
stopping at Itiks place. its situation being mornde.
timbre atitl'e“nvetifint for them than any other
house in the,,vicinity; and
Trausient Visit Ors
%‘lll,fintl,il ono of the roost plca:ant arid agreea
ble rcsorts daring the Sommer treason that can be
found in the Sinto: - • ' ,
IrrArt they ore determined that nothing ',hall
be left undone to render comfortable those who
may .faver them with. their patronage, they hope
to recet‘o and •tleserve the encouragement Of ilic
public. „ , .
Lockport, nireli:2, 1819. - _
11.01110. tik BROWN FILLS.
A GENTS fur the !talc of Dr. E. Green's Red
.A.L. and Brown rills in Clearfield county.
Richard Shaw, Clearfield.
Bigkr Ca.' • do
L L.-Barrett, Clearfield Bridge.
Thomas McGhee ,Mc bees, Mill. .
David Ki?iport,:Cherry Tree..
P. W.. BarrFtt;ftuthersburg.
Clark Patchin, Pirard tewnshi .
Levi FroVehville; •
Jame:4'lll6Maiigy, Burnsido township
Jas; McGirk,,Philipsburg, Centre 'Co.:
Jura) 19; 1849: •• , .
Neeting of Couty, Commisgoners ,
1 1 3t:itsoNs businese to traniatyt with the
1)0110; DI, CommlftliiollCrS of Clearfield county,
will lake thot millßoard Win be in hetibilip
et Weiroflicc. in the borotigh'ol Clearfield, on' Mon
dey,;lll6,otl of September !wit. • r
• Aituat—wm. A. \VA LLAUt;',
dotinit'to Office, 12th ?: • - • ;.
~.Stine, 1049.. „. - ' •
p•BILANKS; for Kalc Iterti+
Flom . 1111. - "RIL'A DING ilAdLl:::'.—TficrciAns
never, perlihps, a
,it,ledieme broeght before the,
public; that line in en short lime at on surdi a tomato
Can a. M ' A 1., 1.1 S T E It 'S A I.I.4IEALLIVU OR
l'fillI.1) SILVE. Almost every person that limn'
made trial of it, Fpetlill warmly in tin praise;' One bro.
been cured by it, of Me moat painful liheuMnf
. nn i i';'• -,
~. . ,
another, of Ilse I'lle., a third of a trbubleariale.pnin t , r
the .},le, n foltrill ,tf CI swelling,in the limbs, &e.,4kcs. 7,
ll' ii darn not g;‘P Irblllrillce relief. in every ease, it.
cali do no injury, being applied outwardly, . AB rtit*• ,r ;
tiler: cl, Went() 4.,i the wonderful beating pp ~• • 4 0 ,-
ae,sell by this salve, We ta m ljo the following (P '
lieate, iraM a ruAiociall!e (ViZea of Maid •"( '
10% liNtiip, in the; etlinity : ~
IMAIDENCRI,) IC, Ider6s co., Martli'3o ,
Me,..r.. Ritter K. t:o:—I desire to infcrm y i
we.; entir , •!e cured of a ar'vere pain in the Y
the nee of M'Allititer' ,, AllAlenling Only , / •
purelinied from ymi. I suffer r gA with it 1 . 0
y'onrr, end nt night Was tutall'Ai maker. " I
vine I tried a arinna /oM:clime, which were ,
fir me by tillyS'.Cl,llls and OlLe I' fICIECTIC. WI '
Vitt; coy relief; end nt lost tend° irial.p a
,3,vith ii result favorable beyond Cx.met. r
now entirely free Itent the 03 iII, out enj
rarebit and sweet sleep. I•brive likens , •
mate fir Toothache and other eomplzint
lit happy results. li".eur friend,
Arta/mi/he Dux are Directions for"
IWer's Ointment, for Scrofula, lie(
!Erysipelas, Teller. Chilblain„qrstid I ,
Quincy, Sere 7hroat, Pronchilis. Nett:, .',;
"Piiiiii - , - Diifeasrof - the: - Spine — Head -,.. rt'rr,
Deafness. Eat Ache, Burns. Corns, , t .. 4. •• ,-,
the Shin, Sorc Lips, Piniiiles, 4-r., ~,, is ., Ei o( 7 , . : •
joints, Swelling of the I.imbs, Sort , .:0.7,..)... '
. ,- 4
Piles. Cold Feel. Croup. Swelled or, ::' 0. ~' ". ~•:.14.
Tenet, Ache. Ague in the Fare, 4c ,:-. • ;.- ..t;
' D=lr 77,e Ointment is goutlfor an i 'tit,- ~ . # I 4 . IPS
l or limbs when inflamed. In sollle COCA t ' ' p
CACI lON. Nu Ointment trill kir". l' :.'
less he aurae of JAMES 31cALLisifil . 1 ? tr.:
ern will' a yen on every lalel. ~ . .. .;
pItiCE TWENTY FIVf: CENTS:A BP.—
For sale by my Agents in all the etineo:, ilit
and Intents in the United. Slates anti bilk:g ist
. 4 . inemlla - JAMES Mr A LLISTr• n
. S,,le Pr. , pricter of the abeteitritrie
' • -
• . .49i*
IE undersigned has 1 1 4'47' 0114 i Ole
Tgent for Clearfield eu 4 ( " 11 " EP!)
Life it/stoat:re, Ifealth„ iiilY anaTria
patsy, nJ Philadelphia, etehritter ifihe
pally i . , perpetual, with Cipital ef€250,01
A n y vi cam It killing it o pr..triunity ol let
a sum of nary
for ih ruf,ptri of then fa
case o f Licht li, rnn Ito , lini i'' r " miliun ih T
by ( a:lin ; nt my 11!re. The (oilcan)
shun the rates (Alerted.
Tnb'e ul Pre.hitt, srcp ired lig the km
t3looun a Single 1 te,la the res;:ecticerl'
o.ie and Seven V .1 11 .
1 Y•ar ' r '
Age r;erniora reanum A.2e retto l llll
16 77 81 Slip 3
17 711 ' 83 39 ,'.:tl
I 8 79 85 40 .29
1 19 ho 87 41 • 134
.20 SI VI . ''
21 f'2 93 43 ' 41
1 22 :is 115 44 ' 49
24 t... 1 .11-2 ter 7 46 - 1 i',,j•
L'.s h 104 47 164
t 7 115 49 ,1 73
18 120 no IPo
29 - 125 51 I'o4
20 .39 1 :II 52 960
31 02 12G 53 2 (,5
3 , 2 05 111 '5l . 215
33 08 1 16 05 i 225
31 1 11 1 :i0 'SG f 2 28
35 1 11 1 51 57 , . 2 58
35,.. , 117 157 -58. k, 3on
37! 120 I Si) 59, 348
. .1:.1..t r,j,ica —.l 1 A I'..rduti i aged 30
day) may occur° $lOO3 at his decey
ho eVe within the terns ui oue'.year, by I
, tt et) 90. . a
(2) APc rum of the snap! nze may recure. the
Itike nlllOlllll, pretlitrd he die Irithits their at (Perm
petr,., by the A n min 1 payment nt t:l3 03.
fril' ,, ltc co %%id Le exrcutcd on (lie shortest
no ice App . ). to
(;. IL BARRE IT. AUDI
nrfivl,l, Jan,. 20, 1819.
T ur.REAs tho lion. George
urt W. Woof!
11' Presdent Judge of the co, of Com mo
Flom of the 4th juttietnt Wstrict, cow re:ferl of the
counties ol Clinton, C‘‘f,tre and Clearfield.ned the
• "r7-txm-rc-ri port, A bra tic m K Wright , '
Csquires. Assoacinte Juitacs tit Clearfield county,
have issued their precept Gearing date the Ist day of
May, It; to me tlirreteth lar holding a
Court of CornniOn Pleas, Orphans Court, Court
ol Quarter Sessions, and Court of Oyer 4'
'fermi ner and General Jail Delivery,
a t Clearfield Town Prthe County niClearlifner, mt
1 1, 0 Ist Monday of ISeptentber helt, jog the 3d
flay^ of the trontli.l
Notice isAcrefore, hereby given,
to the Coronets, Justices ol thel'enee, & Conitablts
in nod fur the County of Clearfield. to, appear in their
mvn pm:4.er perrons. with Rolls, Records, loquisi.
tows, Examinations and other Remembrances, to do
tlinde tl.ings %%hull then' olliect & in their behalf np-,
' pertain to be done; and all witnesses null otherpor
ria.s prawectitng to behall ot the Commonwealth a- —`-'"
grtnst any priennere are required to be then and,
there attending and rot depart without leave, at
their tiertl. Jurors aro requested Probe punctual in
that attendt.nce, at the appoint( ,line agreeable to
Given under fay 1ta.14 at the town of Clearfield,
this 4th day of Joao, in the year ()lour Lord ouo ,
- thousand eight hundred:in tal forty , tiiite, and the e l
seventy.second year of Ametiean Independence'
JOHN STITES; stow.
New . Sic ;Cheap GOOdS.
Tow; PATTON lies received atfresh supply of .
40 all kinds
. or goods at ihe CHEAPEST CORA
NER, cptisisints iq pert of •
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Tin- -
ware, Queensware,' Boots . and Shoes,'
, d • Bonnets, readilwidde
• P. 4014,
. er, Fbre!
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n. e g
Pr ; ~. ~~
i fy in 1 ,
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1 G 2
5 4 .1
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