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STATEMENT OF. HE. FINANCES
• OF THP
County of Cu74l - mrlfind ; from the .Ist. day of .40.nnizry to the
ppt day_of December ° , 1849, inclusi•On.: •
, • •
. . .
Mule by ih % Commissionersin compliance with the requisitions oontainodin !h e twenty - second "
n, d le ~,ty-thitd sections of an act of Assembly of this Commonwealth, rigsett-on-the tiftenth-:
de) of April, A. D. 1934. And also in conformity with. the 37;b section of the. sarneWt - ;,_
which requirei the County Treasurer, once in•every Year to state his account and prbtfe'ea
vouchers to the Commissioners, which after examination by the said Commissioners shall . be,
by them laid before the County Auditors for settlement according to law
In accordance with which Robert Moore, Er.q., Treasurer of Cumberland county, submits the "
ffllltov IN is n correct exhibit of the Receipts and Expenditures fur the past your, eudin: the
31st tidy" of December, A• D. 1949.
ROBERT MO. RE, ESQ., TREASURER
a Receipts. •
To balance in bands of Treasurer at last
.settlement as per Auditors statement, $158.1. 591
To amount of outstanding taxes at last settlement do do 12.192 21
d o of County tax assessed for 1849, 31378 16
` odoof State abatement on payment 0f1t2359 62 1176 82
do received' of James Huffur, EN., Sheriff, fines and verdict fees in Qr. Sessions, 115 521
--4117_ , do . do do in. Common Pleas ',20 00
do do do for use of Arbitration Boum, ' 5 Oa
do received of Carlisle Deposit Bank at two several loans obtained, 4719 12
do do of Dr. Jacob Baughman loan fur 90 days, 1200 00
do . do ' of John flyer, Esq., verdict fees in Quarter Sessions, 12 00
do do of James R. Smith, E-q., verdict fee received by him, 400
do do of miscellaneous reet,ipts frlin various perzon-u, 124 82i
• Total receipts for 184 V $52820 251
SCHEDULE OF COUN'I'Y TAXES—FOR YEA RS 1847-48-40.
of Duplicates outstanding on the lst of January, 1849, with the amount re
exoneralions allowed Collectors, aiid Collectors fees, for 1847-8-9. •
Exhibiting the aniotn,
Townships and Y'rs. Co - Decant., Nantes. Amount of Amount ro. Amount a Collector, Amount
Boroughs Duplicator calved. Exon'tions fees Outatand'g
Carlisle. 1847 John Harder, 931 1 59 337 64 34 82 175 36 383 77
Allen, 1848 Jacob Coover, . 1344 . 47 1162 64 43 28 138 55
Carlisle, J Postlethwaite, 1860 57 1000 00 860 57
Dickinson, Frs Hutchison, 739 88 511 80 •81 88 146 20
Eastpennsboro,. : J Longneeker; 327 60 250 10 11 71 65 79' '
Frankford John M'Dowell, 82 24 50 02 142 30 80
Hampden,, . D -Shupp, 216 27 120 13 23 33 72 81
Mechanicsburg Isaac Kinsey, 81 681 59 50 22 18
Monroe, S. Bricker, 1690 25 1300 00 ' • '' 390 25
N. Cumberl'nd Charles Oyster, 36 96 28 23 41 832
N. Middleton, Johnathan Lehn .. 1098 44 979 35 16 60 102 49
Silier Spring J B Ebright, 1009 54 863 29 27 39 118 86
Shippensb'rg B George Butts, 398 45 240 00 158 45
Shippensb'rg T D Kcnower, 111 15 96 25 136 13 54
S. Middleton H Stuart, 1070 5g 941 73 10 81 118 04
Southampton David Mower, 778 40 674 82 21 44 82 24
Westpennabro, W M Davidson, 714 14 567 73 30 82 115 59
Allen, • 1849 Samuel Bitner, 2821 06 1466 75 1354 31
Carlisle, • Charles Bell, 3610 41 1967 65 • 1648 76
Dickinson, Jacob Cloudy, 2987 55 1263 00 . 1724 55
Eastpennsboro, • John Fireovid, 1352 01 ,1255 95 29 96 66 10
Frankford, George Kosht, 636 13 148 00 488 13
Hopewell, J M Means, 694 89 417 15 ° 277 74
Hampden, G W Fesler, 1438 91 1031 30 .
Mifflin, H D Dalhousen, 791. 18 726 72 26 22 . 38..24 •
111echanicsb'rg, John Hoover, • 470 65 315 00 155 65
Monroe, A Williams, 2208 05 240 00 1968 05
N. Cumberland Joseph Musser. 172 37 -145. 00 - . - 27 87
Newton, Jacob Weaver, 1814 74 1266 68 548 . 06
N.Middleton, John Miller, 2081 09 1110 45 ' 970 64
NeWville, John Moore, 337 29 • 317 60 298 16 71
Shippensb'rg B . Wm McClure, • 775 65 193 70 631 95
Shippensb'rg T Hugh Craig, 274 32 174 67 - 99 65
Silver Spring, George Keller, 2449 23 685 81 1763 42
Southampton J G Cressler, 1657 65 445 90 ' 1212 65
S. Middleton, . John Peters, 2436 39 ' 758 63 1677 76
Westpennsboro G G Davidson, 2362 09 913 97 1 . ' i 1448 12
- $43,870 37103.976 26 $364 43151331 72118197 96
Total amount received on Duplicates,
do of Ekonerations allowed collectors
do of Collectors fees at 5 per cent.
do Outstanding on Duplicates
Total Amount of Duplicatos,
STATEMENT 0 '
Grand Jurors for 1899,
Traverse Jurors fur 1899
A. B..Sliarp, Esq for copy of Gun
• laps Purdon,
J W Diy fur candles, oil, &c.
%V Anderson for services as court el.'s
J Dunbar fur services as tip stave,
J It Smith, Esq. Dept'y Att'y Centl
fees, . 127 00
Witnesses fees in Commonwealth caves 259 91i
Justices fees in do ' do 14 92
Constuble fees in' du do 17 Oci
Auditors pay for auditing public ac
Win Riley fur services as clei k to Au
James Loudon for Appearance docket, 10 00
Recorder. and Clerks Office..
John Goodyear clerk of coui is fees in
Commonwealth cases, 24 951
Join liter for 1 super royal d e k et, 9 00
John 1,1 .cr for recording officers elect, 41 25
J this flyer for Eyes in Continuo se3lol
eases, 109 624
Andrew Hecker for niciidiriA bake key 371
W Breese for repairing press, 1 5U
J W Hendel for waking seal,
, Robert Irvine for Eilierial oil,
James London for stationhry, dupli
Daniel Cohle, Esq. in full as.Coraiiiis.
dionor, 57 days,
John Mull, Esq. pay as Commissioner,
James Kelso, EN pay as Commission
er, 122 days, • 183 00
John Sprout, El. pay as Commission- "
or, 21 days, "34.50
Williarti Riley 1 year's salary as clerk" r '
to Commissioners, go . g, 00
Jas 1 - 1 Graham, EN. salary ap att'y to
Commissioners, 1- - -i•f• --- - —,. r.-40 00
Wm Riley for delivering duplicates,
warrants, blank returns &c. 35 - 00
J B Bratton for publid,printing,
Boyer% Mower, fut•.;
E Buaty for ; do .
- Eastein' Penitentiary.
Eastern Penitentiary for support of
convicts for 1848, 301 45
Jail and County`Penileniiary.. ,
L. ; Wright & Paxton for Hardware for '
'repairs, 12 77.
N Hanich for clothing for prisoners,- 3 25'•
. Joseph Ebright fair Weaning wells, 4 191
Dr Geo W Foulke 9 months:salary i as .'/
Physician tojail, ,, . 11 25
J Hoffer„o4l 7 'i for support of 'priserW
ers, fees, &o. , 719 77
A Peffer'fOr 3 cords of hickory wood; O9O
8 Keepers for' inaking , lovu P l 9°.*`:- 3 4 7i'
-Robertirvine`fiii 10 00614 . .., :hickory'
ecker repitiring,tlipti key,
Aippa tt,lik glazing
' &o. • „ 1,
Mrs Sarah Riley; fOr, making shins
• . 1 _!;01,,1
'bert ,Noble.'for loads pf , ,satiii' 1.0 6;7
• repairs ,,, •:T.. , , • 00.,
400.funi , Common boardsi.i
. d; - ,115.00 G
'BltKolvitlinS for mason war and'sink•
. - co-. ;
• A , , •
ropork'; p.)1, , Q; , s(:
', ; • r ftutlA * '/ J eCart l a efpr
.1- ,, Ml'o4 l, Ab'4,tidi IV! 4likii,4 , 7
6 la m y
( , ti' , PP(.4 let! '3O l
i 5,00 ,
l'seP,RhPaitqco9oo4rifin ti 1 41 14,
61)00,14,c1 7 titit 41,95,X-4544.•
'right and Saxton fur Hardware. for
repairs, 13 18
Dr J McCulloch for medical services
at jail, 3 months, • I , 3 75
Samuel Sipe for 416 oak shingles fur
jail. , 1 66
Juhn II Darr for 7 cords of hiokory
' wood, 21 00
$ 406 371
Jacob Smiler, Treasurer amount in
full of esinnitie, 5000 OQ
Jacob lierelie, Wm Ker. arid Thomas
Brddlcy, E•grs,, salary as Direc
tors, 90 00
Juror, Duey:SJrntiol Woods and D.N.
Mahon, pay us Visitors, 30 00
Viewers of Roads and Damages Awarded.
Wm AI Alieley damages awarded to
Lstate of J 51iely, deceased, •21 09
Jacob Beidler sod S:iintiel Kutz„,;Su
pervisors of North M l ileton totld:
ship, in lull of Mountain road, 1699 39
Elizabelh and liarmali Stoner d Ima
ges awarr'ed, 10 00
1L ad orders paid on certificates of
Clerk of court, 97 93
Various persons for work and materi
als in repairing bridges, 318 72
A ppropriation to Cumberland and
Union Fire Companies, 25 00
Asses ors for services in making sep
teniel enumeratimi of taxables, ma- •
king lissessmenis, posing list of lax.
ables, fcl. 608' 012
Officers of the General and 'Township
Elections pay far holding the lame
fur the ,ieur 1849, 778 49 '
: • Public Building.
Alex S Lyne for, fenders, frames, &a.
and repairing slate roof, 9 021
H A poly,for work done at
bud lapin; garret floor, 168 5(1
A P Erb repairing lock and key, 1 00
F Gardner, casting spout troughs, 17 38 •
P !Gumboil': flir repairing doors at
kloOrt Heuitiiind clock ease, 6 40 •
S gllioll for grass seed for yard, ' 100
'Jail Dunbar 1 year's salary as keeper
of public building, 65 00
J Worthington, El for painting and
glazing, 4 57i
Andrew Hecker for repairing lock, ' 37i
Wm Irvin, Esq. nett others amount - .
..,of County bonds,
:..' , 8041 67
Carlisle 'Deposit Hinkimount of loan -
obtained'anil'dismunt, • 4791 33
, . Anterest. .
Fl Wirt; Pi;q, and . `
;others', amount of
:interest on,Countt bolids, 1240 35
, • .
D Sipe for inaff `allot boxes,' , 450
205 50 .
JOhn Hochman for ho HogAnuw,„ 250
A P Erb for repair oak, ''' '- ' 75
T Gittli for meal fOrnished JuVors',: . 1
_ ,`_ ~ ,
pbt 4 order of court. , ~,, ' . , 3,25 v i
P,Erb for )v,lndlag town olock, ,
'' , }0 Alp'
Mrtilif,l),lnbuil'or cleaning o ffi ces, ' • ' '' 5 'OD' '
J Stitl I, Escbsegerilrof,Dauphin coon-, ,„ ,
I ty,for coats, o. ' 6 39i • i
laahrtßObock'farlnultini , tiallot box. , • , .1'
; es, t • ' ' "' " . "p 25"
fik Sanderson- and ,, ll,, , ,W,uoderlich,,Ei., , r ,
1 Abires positt,;ci for r ei,unlyi I ' ~ , w'42 , 1 368
4. 4 4,W,0h1ink1d Elayl4,Wolf"rtp'vart, f•__t' .', •
inutpprehoodinehOrsa:oo,e,f,' ‘,, ~„, ;,,*fl 00 .
rrleti Lumberton atid , oth'era , atalsjl'lng. ,
to prepare duplioates ti rc i ~ , 11 50
DS•l t qlgßlPPPekilp l l: 8660 9 ? r , f ;/- , ...
co. furMPll l / 4 , sim ~ .', `.„ ,; i - '„ l`' p l lf, `,;
VYAii ,, ( l, llP l tiPil (lo 3 b ikbyli,"?Sichail" `':', -"'''
coat loc,Pokliitgllysel - ,:f.", " • ''' ' S oo-" - ,'' .. 5 , :'
gito , 9 B #l l 9 d o / , ° 0 1. , ° 1 0 r. P .41 9s rui : Y . ' l ".' " '
itraPalrSli Jails,. 0,,' , ~ I 'V. .; ': '' - i i ,2 . skt,r,
Jahn W Himdel I ' or rop , iiring;f4Vilkii.;',,, i , ~
L iiirt - triairice;;;;W.. -,,,, ;• - v•,,, -, ,,,;. - , , , 1 00
1 /1 $ Dyne fut• ,Opairing%stoveti?pipe;-
Bth,'" " 1 , '',..A` ."“' l ' , " l' • ,',,' . , ,- , 0,11t . 4 , 00/.
uedb,ltheein ' frir' 8 it)l)Af att2l,eenalv l 30 , 00 -.; t
C 111.1814121 Itilioll t foe'o,l,q fib: Fr : 4. use,;bf " rc. , ',, ,., I ~
4'0116 , `,, , '-' ; ' ''',,,.'"
,'", 1 10 ,' `7, 51,. , '
1/ '; '1 1: 44 , ii .., k l 9 l o Bl fir ; '-‘-'' ~ :•:.","'.:"": 4 = i ,e - ;
It•'.: Offen; ~cdoti.-,pormiai'l , , amnime of; ' :`,'.... . '..,..
I „ . 'eost,s andijdiosal pay , ofi" , intillissl6s4l4. ,-,
`-- okWitClailialeV duceasedi 4 _ ' , ..;.';'..."1' 1 .t WaiiL
,11.,'1312.64',4fAIVI,oardll'or;r:'amatint : 0f , , , i - ii Ti A f,i•i.
, ~ 06; it ' s itorftay mi 4: 4 401 , 11on of chis) ,. / ;.It3o .4;,
)) Oililideo4 66 fdin‘l . Z ' ",';',' : '* .3 t V '',,P r t '''' l 6' 3 9'
it-Gjt'i;''l7EsllsfJ,Os'All'err 'filloViit;.' 4 l l: /4, ,t7--, 7 '!
, ;'4l4loololi.jtiio n re'fttiyon,illqu eitiii4"of , ?,, 4 ' ls f -
11 -1- Willitietit,'s,tcOlayi:_ . otodatteili; ll, prieAB/5610;
~ , :vp, ,, ..totur, , : , 1„to r f., kir r ~ : 1 54 '..,11. 1 ....? s . ,”1.1" - 41•rj.`,, 11.4
T craighead, , Esq.amount of Costs and
jurors pay ,on
,"4:60 . e1r 'i•••
'Kruneroteceised.: - - 0 • 16 12;
J PalineT sPO4;4llitifi.c;;ioiiitiiit,Of c.osth 1 :-
and jtit-Org pay.ton'inqmait,itinsorGeo
'Rupp; decettek:;. , s 16 37j
Amount paid-deflectors for :allowanea'
of - 7,6 per cent, to, Jar payer Jar
kniStriit paltbohn Stewart and oth•
Yers, refunded taxes erroneously as
mount paid various persons premi
ums on Fox, Wild Cat and'4liiik
Scalps, per rertiticates of Justices, 59 62
Amount paid Constable's making quer
By amount ptiid on Commissioners '
orders, $29,738 85
By amount of commission allowed
Treasurer at I per cent,
By =Omit of outstanding taxes due
by collectors, 18,19? 96
By amount of exoneratioos allowed
By amount of collectors fees at 5
By bmount of .counterfeit and bro.
kun banks money destroyed by or
der of Auditor,,
By amount of balance in bands of
Treasurer and due 'county,*
,Total amount of credits,. $52,829 251
'NMI amount of reveling, 52.829 25,1
*Since paid over in full.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, as.
. We the Commissioners of Cum
%,,. tr 'r berland county, do certify and sub
(' I _ "..,.: mit the foregoing as a correct
I (i Z. statement of the Receipts and Ex,i
vo , ii r i o m m di t tres of
Gest January to the
thirty'flrst day of December, A. D. 1849, inclu
, sine, as also the amount of the emuity tax for
each of the respective Boroughs and Townships
within the county, levied and assessed upon
real and personal estate, as shown by the bqoks
on the 31st day of December, 1849, together
with is statement of the expenditures under
each head of appropriation made by the Com
missiOners in compliance with the requisitions
contained in the 22d and 931 sections ()Pan act
of Assembly of this Commonwealth, passed the
15th day of April, A. D. 1834.
Witness our hands and seal of office at Car
lisle, the 7th day of January, A. D. one thous
and eight hundred and 2fty• _
JAMES KELSO. Comm's
. JOHN SPROUT,
Attest—W. RILEY, CA. to Commr's. , •
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, 59
e the unthrsind - uditors of
N." •'4 Cum W berlan county,
met A according
t to law, and hav tog examined the
1( • accounts and vouche'rs of Robert
/ Moore, Esq., Trew•urer of said
comity, from the first day of maim
ail, to the thirty fins (l.ly of December, 'A. D.
1849, inclusive, do certify that we find the sum
of two thousand seven hundred and sixty two
dollars and seventy-eight and one-half cents,
due by said,Treasurer lc, county aforesaid,
as. will appear by the foregoing exhibition of
In testimony whereof we halm hereunto set
our hand. at Carlisle, this tenth day of January,
A. D. 185 U.
PE PER LIVINGER,
JNO, P. RHOADS, Audi Lure
THE COMMISSIONERS of Cumberland
county, in conformity to the 4th section of an
act of Assembly passed the 231 day of Aprif,
A. D. 1846, which requires the Commission
ers to publish the accounts of the Register
for Collateral Inheritance tax, submit the fol
WILLIAM GOULD, Eq., Register of the
county of Cumberland, in account with the
pommonwealth of Pennsylvania fir Collate
ral Inheritance tax, from the Ist of Decem
ber, 1848; to the 31st of December, 11349., in
1848 DJC 8, to cash from estate of
Elizabeth McClelland, $27 50
1849 March 16, to cash from estate
of Margaret Mil) m
M.;rch 16, to rash from estate
of .vlargaret McDonald,
4 , Ala rch 19 to rush Irmo estate of
John H Wallace,
" April 2, to cash from estate of
4. 9, to cash from estate of
o " 25, to cash from estate of
" May 22, to cash from estate of
Saran Harper, •
" June 23, to,casit Irmo estate of
" July 2, to cash from estate of
200' cash from estate of
. " 25,10 cash from estate of
Aug. 4, to cash from estate of
George Oyster, •
" .‘ 29, to cash from estate of
°!. " 2tJ, to cosh from estate of
1, Sept. 6, to cash from estate of
Samuel Neltlig, .
4 a , 7, to cash front estate of
William Martha, •
t , " 11, to . cash from estate of
Dr A 1' Lino,
" " 11, to cash from estate of
.Joho H. Wallace,
4, Oct. 26, to cash from estate of
, Mr. 1. to .cash •from estate of
.• .Moses &my,'
.." 14, to-cash. from estate of
15, to cash from estate of
" 16, to cash front estate, of
, Samuel 'Dysert;
4, " 26, to cash Irvin estate of
A W. Smith,
" !' 27, to cash from estate of
4, Dec. 13, to, stash from estate of
. 1 "
,18,•lb cash from estate of
" 27, tis cash Irons estate of
' . A`W•l3.nith
• • 5 1
1849 Jan.,ll lifeash paid Auditors as" 4,''',t'
pct receipt, tot' 50'
11 11 lb, By cash paid It Anderson, „
MeeSitar, • ' • ••;13 - 90
1 . March 17, By.eash paid 'A Plitmet .
State Treasurer, - , 50 90
" " 21, By cash paid A Pillow,
Stale Treasureri , • 7 50 00
" April 15, By'caeh 'paid A Plums", '
State Treasurer, - 00
" " 26, 1 8 y (well D Leekey • •
' "`t t „ Say 03 , ;,11145h, paid D'Joho, , As l : ' 1
it,' . 5e 11 k41.,' " • ' vvo
" , ,i , rll}lX.i3 By ; c ash Paid . 1' 0040' 45 .7
1 , 0" 891. 9 , • ,:. inn4 , ,, •
1 .6' May , 23 By, posh paid J, ,Ball,.
7t State , Treatiorer• r IN,
June 22 , By cosh „;paid,,J. komion . ,..et
- I tor • ;4 . 0I1•
4,1 July 9 By , daitr-rptid 4G IJ ,13all; • •
il'• "1 ,, :' , l3tate , Treusti. , ').: 360, Ol)
" 1%1 By eash'llsol ..I)GoodYear
' 'bed VtAret4troneAssee.or, 2.00
-tf, 40 , , A ,14 344 , of. ,
.f; 4,' .3 1 1 .Ifilier°iTFq; 36 t 0 '
July s ,o:#YrPco,lf:PClll l 'ff:FlPA•igert , A
Alsllore 0,, JP ••, my,
1 .*!..0'AJM.1 7, . .gh3lool I 4414111.-,
I State 'A reaso,rem . 410-pul
f,',‘, TON: Car l o l ,oMl4
A 11 DI IV° VP 3 Oil
) 'l.Pe)d Ll. Vbl/#
ttlpeq. 13 84•0414' vr
41,4 . • ,1,
vt , ; l 1 , 0 V-ti
' l g :Sept. - 13 /3y easily - aid' Arimstrcipk .' -
t t., ail Fleager. Ass'essoris t ..i4lOO ))
" Oct IBy cash paid 4 C R Hinkle;' "
• Assessor` • - - - ` 'B,OO
'l" Oct IBy cash 01014 Selle Asses. •
- F , l Oct . .1 BY cash paitl 13 LealteY - As-- ;
seiner; " 't • ' "1 50 •
.s . Oet 13 By cash paid 'JDuritheider
Assessor, ' 1 ' ',, 1 00
". Nov 2By cash paid Cornman and
Spahr, Assessors, ,:.3 00
" Nov 2 By cash paid G J Ball, •
State Treasurer 7:1,0,911s
" Nov 9By cash paid .J Kintz, As- 0 /
sensor. 1 50
" Nov 16 By cash paid G J Ball
Slap Treasurer, 100 00
9 Nov 28 By cash paid G J Ball
State Treasurer, 125 00
" Dec 19 By cash paid G J Ball,
State Treasurer, 4:2
1950 Jan 9 By cash paid GI-- J Ball
State Treasurer, us per re
ceipt Jan 9, 1850; o i ac
count of 1849. 82 6.7
Register's commission on
payment of 112,543 25 127 16
We the undersigned Audi t'
. ....?..-(,) v." Cumberland county, otecteiland
'y . sworn according to law, in Ruttin-
dance with the act of Assembly
. / passed the 22d day of April, A. D,
1846, having examined the above
account of William Gould. Esq., (Or the coun
ty aforesaid, in the matter of collateral tax,
and find the same carreot as abo ye stated.
In testimony whereof we have hereunto set
our hands at Carlisle, this 12th day of Jannis
ry, A. D. 1850.
JOHN P. RHOADS, Auditors.
78 22 •
Estate 'of WILLIAM Kurz dec'd.
ALL persons are hereby notified that letters
testamentary on the last will and testament of
William Kutz, late of South Middleton town.
ship, Cumberland county deceaaed,•have this
day beet: issued by the Register in and for said
county, to the subscriber who resides in North
Middleton township, in the county aforesaid,—
All persons having claims or demands, against
the estate of the said dammed, are requested to
make knopn the same without 'delay, and those
indebted to make payment to
Fob 6,6 t
aillolasses and Syrup,
SUGAR House, Syrup, and Orleans (baking)
Molasses of tho best qualities—
A small lot of No, 2,in half barrels, and No
, in quarter barrels, also
For Sale at EI3YeS
Carlisle Jan. 7, 1850. ' . • .
• Buckwheat Meal,
- OP the-finest quality—also
BEANS AND HOMINY.
,together with a supply of fresh
SODA AND WATER CRACKERS,
Vinegar, Candles, Sperm and Whale oil—and
Pins, Needles and 'I apes, to bind them:togoth
er if necessary. And all to be had at
Jan 71950 EBY'S. t
UMBRELLAS. Parasols and Sunshades,
made, covered and repaired, by the subscriber,
at his Tin Shop, in East Loather street, Car
lisle. Terms cash, but prices low. •
. - WM. FItIDLEY.
Carlisle January,;,29,' 50.
A Gentleman and Lady can be icoommoda
ted with a good parlour and Iront chamber. •Al
so several single gentlemen, with boarding and
lodging, at the house formerly occupied by Dr
Otffice for Rent,
THAT desirable o ffi ce on. Main Street, a few
doors from the public square and formerly
occupied by Dr. John Creigh, is offered for rent
from the Iscof April next. Terins moderate.
` 1 Mrs. ELLEN cREIGH.
Carlisle, January 26, 18,50.
. . - TWO OFFICES for relit, from
....C. the Ist of Aril next, on Pitt
3.,.. street, adjoining,the Drug Store of
:4'.'' Itenry:A. Sturgeon-Lsne, on the
first story. the other Offthe second
story of said building. For parti. store enquire
of the subscriber. ' ROBERT NOBLE.
Jan. 23, 1850. r,
THE dwelling house, now occu
'''a. pied by Mr. Saxton, adjoining my
store. Also, two comfortable dwid
-1111 I • ling houses in Pitt Siree , , rant $5O.
Possession given April let 3550
2 501 Carlisle, inn. 9, 1850. CHAS. OGILB Y.
A 'PANTO story Stone 110 USE, on the south
Lill corner of High and. East streets, occupied
hy Win. Reilly,. Possession given on the ISt
of Ap.il. R M HENDERSON, ..dg't.
. • FOR RENT, and possession
given on the Ist of April next,
Qrsllthe two story Brick Dwelling
house south of the M E Church,
at present occupied by Dr. Raw
lins. or terms apply to
WM D SEYIVIOUR.
A'gt for Trusters."l
THE store room - op West High street
now occupied by Geo, n. , Cyook Adjoin•
ing Dr. Rawlin's Drug Store is offered for rent
from the first of April. Apply to
Jan. 9th 18,50. 1 WM. B. KNOX. .1
THE Store-room and cellar now,
in,the occupancy of the subscriber,
If 11 in west Main street, ts offered for
rent. This is a desirable stand
- • for business.. Possession. given
nunedistety,..or on the lst of April next, and
the atria goods now in the Store
posed of at'the same time, on'fissonable l leims
Apply to (jan2) WORMLEY. '
• GORDIS 'VI:WRNS ?
respectfully recommened to the afilfcted,
• I ZAC,WARIAH'S CORN ERADICATOR
w tieh.wiA effectually extirminatp these trouble
some exareetences, hy a few :applicatiOn with.
out pain. - B..ELLIOTT.
lr UST received at the 'cheep Hardw,are store
dd of the subsdribet in Bast High Street, a
coMplete aseortment of Tubs; Bucket°, Churns,
gte., , Sco." 'Also Dupont Ritle and Blasting
F'owder; which will be gold veri'ehattP by
jan. 23d 11856.° oFFENRY SAXTON.
6 2 . 5 43 25
•-• Brush's 1 , 13,rushe8 I
A. great varietysd, Open weft& armfuls of:
fired for'sale, eonsietung of Whitewash, Sweep:
ing, Scrubbing, . Painters, lothi Shaving, •Hatr,
Teetli and Nail, Fleeh akd,Gicuninsaruslieo in
atlthe Well known etand in East Main street, di4!"
robtly oppoeito the sutra of Mr. - Chos..:Ogilb,"
,hero will Ito found:the:largest epd ohespest-ss.—
eortment .of goods, in his lino, '
c , dar Nate, Glasti:of 'OO4 Oils,'
r,? rho:subscriber retunitt'lllCltineere 'thanks to
htt euetomere and the tonimunity generally, for.
the lilibiril : Ptitionote firm, Oink
annum la bidet ettennon to business, in motif
reeetie It'ebntinuobee of. the same.. '
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- • - • .
r.: ..."' ..,`,F o' ? 3 ao o ;,VP.,6f tr , f !!..„,
TUST 'recall:lad and,roi , _a a mthglesale and re-, „
0 ..1 till ihaliein"and l 'o'ke,'pe ctek ,',a ele et inn nt,lol' l ,;
GAILS Cie); folind,`,oiy„nlkeTe out of ,t,likeliy.,/
, whit eeleetpir:aenelete6ot ; .. 1 ,... ;.-,'. .-; ,t' ~- ;/
qankfittOtti. ,: .0,..`, - ,i, t
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.: t oc i i ii iis piiii K 6i,--,lt 04 00 0, 0 ; &a; ~...,,
1 •., ,I,4c* finO c a Calid:Cin 'Havana Tebiabee:':.
I irlai 0 t,- uO5 . 'I•IWAIO4),(git inannot,:teatdes:l./..
1 haint;eiteekfth, a tcoti;Jiiii 00:km114010es. 'Alec*
thikkkat.'congifea en,d, Certiidlek'Tqr#,l:l;oo.\
liatk,fijni'n'iV'etvkateried,,k ,r,edueed prtcott fer..
daelt. r tAall,and'eintriftlet: lily; atoek-'beror,a)tere7
ri t toitt-ii, , - .twill . 0011'10:the,, box ka' A low,liti tkey ~'
att - pAldiad,Arit)l9,otyi.Y,PAn::( forget 4'4 •,: e 4v.c
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CaykieteViiiiiiC , '. ,'.
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AP : PEALS:F . 011.- 1850.
firtHE Comialemonete of , un3 erland Pottery
T_ have fixed upotythq l fellowing lime mid phi
dee; for holding. the - Appeals on the Trionial
Assessment" for years 1850-51-52—for the sev
eral Townships and 'Boroughs in said County,
to wit : , .
For Mechanicsburg., .Bth gebrunky,' 1850, at
the public house of J. Black, Moohaniceburg
For Allen 9th'FebruaryilBso, at the public
house of D. Sheaffer, Shopherdstown.
— For Dickenson, Ilth February, 1850 at the
public house C. Hoffman, Stone Tavern.
For Nortli Middleton, 12th February, /850,
at the Commissioners Office, Carlisle.
For South Middleton, •13th February, • 1850,
at the Commissioners Offico,Carlisle. •
For East Ward, Carlisle,llll February, 1850
at he CoMmi sioners Office, Carlisle.
For :West Ward, Carlisle, , sth February,
1850, at the Commissioners flee, Carlisle,
County Rates, Dollar Rate-21 mills.
State Rates—Dollar Rate, 3 mills.
The return to be made by the respective As—
sessors, at the times and places, determined
.upon for holding Appeals, for their respective
respective Township or Borough, at which time
the assessors will return the names of two res—
pectable citizens of their Borough br Township
for the appointment of a Collector.
By order of the Commissioners,
• . Attest, WM. RILEY, CM.
Comm issi.mers Office. ? '
Carlisle, 24th Dec. 1810:-.5
Niyricg is hereby given to the members of
the Cumberland Valley Mutual Protection
Company of Dickin.on township. Cumberland
county Pa., that an assessment of six pn cent
has ihis.day been laid in the premium notes of
said Company by the Board ; which amount is
directed to bo paid to the Treasury of said
Company. according to the:charter and by.laws.
By order of the Board. .
A. G. MILLER, Scc'y
ALL persons indebted to the subscriber, are
hereby notified that their accounts are pos
ted up to the let inst., and are requested to.call
ltnd settle up. The books of Wnrren B. Par
kinson, Agent, up to October 1, 1849,.are in my
hands for settlement. On the let of February
next, they will be left with a Squire fo collec
tion: CIIA. OGILBY. 4
Carlisle, Jan 3, 1850
Estate of Mary LE Duncan, decd.
LETTERS of Administradon on the Estate
of Mary H. Duncan, decd., late of the Bo
rough of Carlisle, Cumberland County, have
issued in due form .of law to thesubscriber. re
siding in said Borough. All Persons indebted
to said estate will make immediate payment.
and those having claim's against it will present
the same for settleptent to
• ELLEN DUNCAN, , ifig
Administratrix with the Will annexed In
January 10th, 1850.—R.
Estate of John Snavely, Deed. '
ETTERS Testamentary on the E_sjift o. of
faier:l7 — ll m peen
township, Cumberland County, balm issued in
due form of law to 'the subscriber residing in
said township. All persons indebted to said es
tate will make immediate payment, and those
having claims against it will present the same
for settlement to JOHN RUPP,
Executor of John Snively, deed
Estate of .James dde'd.
LETTERS of Administration on the Estate
James Irvin, late of East Pennsborough
township, Cumberland County, deceased, have
been granted to the subscriber, residing in the
same township. All persons having plaim a or
demands against the estate of said decedent
are requested to make known the saniti without
delay, and those indebted to make
__ payment im•
mediately. ALI WM. Of3LE,
jan2, f w pd a dm' r.
Estate of Fied'lc Goo( year, dec'd.
LETTERS Testamentary on the estate ol
Frod'k Goodyear, late ol Monroe township,
Cumberland county, deceased, have been grant•
ed to the subscribers, residing in the same town.
ship. All persons knowing themselves indebt•
ed to the said• estate are required to make imme
dime 'payment, and those having claims to pro
sent them for settlement to
Estate of Peter Whitmer,'deo'd,
EF E TTERS Testamentary on the Estate of
, Potor Whitmer, late of South Aliddleton
township, Cumberland county, deceased, have
been granted to the subscriber, residing in
fruntingion township, Adams county. All
persons indebted to said estate are hereby no
tified to make immediate payment, and those
having claims to oreqent them for settlement to
dee 12 WAI R SADLER, Ex'r..
Estate of Mary Harlan, dead.
LAE CTERS Testamentary on the Estate of
L A Mary Harlan, late of Stoughstown, Cum
berland county, dec'd., have been granted to
the subscriber, resitting in the same place. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims to present them for settlement to
JOHN HIL A N DS,
Estate of Isaac Lloyd, decid.
ETTERS of Administration on the Estate
14 Llano Lloyd, late of Allentownship, dee'd.
have been granted to the subscriber residing in
wine township. All persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate to make payment
immtdiately, anti those having claims to pre
sent them for settlement to
nov2B REUBEN STAR, Adm'r.
Estate of Michael Bear,- dec'd
LEPERS TESTAMENTARY on the
estate of Michael Bear, late of West Pennsbo
rough township, Cuinberiand county, deceased,
have been issued in duo form of law to the sub
scriber, residing in the said township. All per
sore indebted to said esoto will make immedi
ate payment, and those having delimit against
the same will present them, for settlement to
HENRY BEAR. Executor. h - o:,
of Michael Bear 'de'cd•
Jan. 2 1850,-6t.
TE:the matter of the final Administration ac.
Icount of Tohn Peters, Executor of Japob Her-
The'undereigned Auditor, appoin
tedrbr tile 'Orphans' COurt of Cumberland
Countyoo.make distribution pro rata among
the creditors, will attend, for that purpose 'at
his' office in Carlisle, Monday the 4th day of
Febiaary next. JAS. 51 COLWELL.
Carlisle, Jan. 1850.
"Take Abeice .
A 'LL persons ' that -k—ow .'th emse ves.
indebted to the subscriber, are .requested
to pall'and settle their accounts forthwith. 'end
alb Who haVe claims to.prosent theca, as he is
'desirous to•settle up all his business bY•tbe 23 d
of February'next.' Thorofore all accounts that
Are unpaid up to that date will be; eff with a
'Justice of the peace - for collection.
• ••• • -.; • • GEORG E •W'RgEEM.
CAME to the premises of the subscriber,. in
~ South township, about the , let
• of December last, 'a Blllistj?LE
'7;7 - • 7 IIEIFER, spout •a year Old,
;; .white head and belly. The
' " owner is requesfed4O condo for.
- ward, prove property, , pay chat.
gee sad take-het away,;or t sbeiwilEbe - disposed
of hiceoyding . to law. • " •
• ' GEARPE,BOICNER• ';'
• Jan .r ; .•
her, in Soutiiiiliddleicin. te'variship„labetit
' the et , of Deo: last, La' BLACK:
( '1,0• STBER, , ['bent aimaruoldy
white spots on :the ,shoulder. end
. Mil( .the rumK and Ctvhile,beily:r.The
ewneris . reqaestatilteAlilpi, for.
ward ' ptove troperty;.-pail;teleniverlo.:iake
Itim,avvey; or he will beAisposed , of 'according '
to:law. '4 O 2ANi,!.**IIIIrAVIAPf
R _eve ed an entonedrselec.
Aion choice autUafibirh)...C.ftEEN.frAND
EA 8, - lerribraeink
perial - enitthinpOwder!feasj'offdiaidalier quad.
psi ranking:from:BTh sl,2sjier , p6lindr firm'
lie.tercetore of the llfesers.l.lenicinspidPhilti.
and Weekly , packed in
feriae, lfalf; add pound metalic and
es;• ea welfelPhf the bulk. Thri selections
ei:mitdri by 'oheoft.ttfe partners,.who , !horiAied!
Igperionlban thelbusiness, among the xChinese'
lierrieelifsfor years, ,arid (Shin ad.
'entager together with our own t experience :find o encouragement' eittended to us in the &filing,
these Tette. far Inure than two:years-Test;
courage us t eopfidontlY;to regeoilimend 'Ahern
tauparior,..-viAny.9thor e,elee,tiow t ,of piscoLipt
biii rriiirlrcit—Jer sale af:'the;;Crbitierdl i re'ol.l
pt0re0 , ,,,4,.040pti
• SeCono:4l.ritiarofTall :Goods:
Corr: of Hanover and . :louther Streets,: oppo,
site Wm.. Leonard's old fiend. .
TI.In rundersigned':respecifullye:informs hie
friends and.the. publie, that he has just returned
from Philadelphia, with a large and.careful4
selected assortment of
NEW FALL GOODS,
purchased.at the lowest prices, and which:he is
determined to sell at small profits. A large as,
sortment of Cloths at from 75 cents to se per
yird, CassimereS, Cassinetis and Vestings, at
various piices . . _
Ladies Dress Goods.'stich as Dolaines, Cash
merSs,'Coburg. Lioness Twills, Thibet cloth,
and.tesplendid assortment of Silks. An elegant;
assottnient of Calico and Gingliams, suitable for
the approaching season. Checks, Tickingas
bleached and unbleached Muslins.
• BOOTS AND SHOES.
A wall selected assortment of . Men's Women'e
and Children's Boots and Shoes, good and hand•
some.—Boy's and Men's Cloth and Hungarian
GROCERIES in all their variety, viz :--Bu
gar,Coffee, Molasses, Pekin Tea Company's
celebrated Teas, Spices, &c., and the best
quality of Carpet Chain.
N. W. WOODS. Agt.
N. B All orders from the coiint‘y promptly
attended to. Rags, Eggs, Butter, and all kinds
of produce taken at market prices.
NEW GOODS ! NEW
MIRE subscribers have just completed
their gurchases of FALL & WINTER
GOODS. Our stock'consists in part of cloths,
•cassimeresovestings, cassinets, of all colors and
prices ; white, yellow and red, all 'wool Flan
nels ; Kentucky Jeans velvet cords and Bea.
verteens, Calicoes by the cart load, Ginghams,
Mous de Lainos, Meritioes, Paramatta's, Co.
burg, Clothe, Alpacas, Fancy Mohairs, Lifetree.,
&c.,'Checks, Tickings, Pomestic Ginghams,
Canton Flannels, white and cnlotu%d, Lintioy.
Plain, Pink, Brown, Mar , Green and BPlr.-
de Laines, for 12i eta • r yard; Mous de Lain,
Thiber and Tekeri, BAWLS; Long Shawls
nt 3, 3,50, 4,5, 6, ) 7,50, 8 and 10 dollars: Siik
and Linen•Handkerchiufs, Cotton, Woolen and
Cashmere Stockings,' Irish Linens, Gloves
Cloth, Glazed and Fur CAPS, Gimps and
Fringes, in variety, Combs, Woolen Yarh, all
colors, from fine to coarse, Steel Bends, Twist
and • Claspi, Pulses, Scarfs. Waist Ribbons,
Slides, Green Barego. Blue Barege, Table Co
vers of Linen and Cloth, Carpet Chain,. 'fable
Diaper, Crash, Linen Diapers, Edging, Laces,
GUM SHOES, all sizes and prices, Umbrol.
laa,__Carpets, _Groceries, Queenswarer-Hard
ware, &c. All the above goods were bought
for Cash. gold and silver, and at a saving of - 15
to per cent. below those who bought on credit.
Those wishing to save will find our goods
cheaper than they can buy them elsewhere.
oct 10 . A& W BENTZ.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
AT THE BEE HIVE
HAVE just opened
direct from the city,
.- ?++s" a Jorge bartutilul and
, k - brilliant assortment of
LADIES & G E N.
••' - ag=tZus•flZ:' TLEM EN'S DRESS
GOODS, for Fall and
Winter' Wear, to whim I would 'invite the
special attention of old And , new friends and
customers. My stock now comprises every
conceivable colour, style, perm arid figure of
Dress Goods, from the .pla' est and cheapest
to the most brilliant and co tly. Call and see
them while they are new and 'level, as it ol
,ways gives us pleasure - to show our goods at
.he Bee Hive. sep26) S A COYLE
LOON ALT TRIM
CIIARLES OGILRY respectfully informs
the public that he has commenced, and will
beopening for several days, his second par
ALL & WINTER DRY GOODS.
Willa comprise a very extensive oud splendid
assortment of all k rids of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
a very largo assortment cf Showls,Prench Me•
rinoca, Coburgs, Alpachas, and 5000 other arti
cles in the line of Ladies' Wear. Also, a full
and ;complete assortment of •
'CLOTH, CASSIMERES & SATINETS,
ogether with a heavy stock of BOOTS AND
SIIOES. of nit the various prices and quali
ties. Also, a large stock of GROCERIES.—
Come one, come all, add look for youreelve,
before purchasing elsewhere, as the order of
the day is, "live by trade and small profits."
LONG SHAWLS, LONG SHAWLS
subscriber has just opened a general
assortment of Plaid' Long Shawls, Bay
State Long Shawls, of superior quality. Also,
Splend' d Brodie Shawls, tall wool), Blpck
Thibet Long Shawls, together with Terkeri,
Cashmere, and other Shawls,. at mgderate
MUFFS, M UFFS.
Just received a variety of Lynx Muffs, of
different qualities, also an assortment of low
pt iced Muffs; for sale low.
CASHMERES & MOUS DE LAINES.'
The subscriber is now opening a beautiful
assostruom of Dress Goods, among which may
he found Cashmeres, Mous. De Lames, Mohair
Lustres, Alpachas, Merinoes, Black and Cu!
ored Silks, and other varieties of Dress Goods.
Just received n few pieces of Bronze Cassi•
mores, latest style. Also, Blue and Black
Cloths. Merino Cassimeres and Snyinetts, for
The 'Milliners throughout the county are
informed that a general assortment of Millinery
Gooda, gmbrocing Bonnet Frames, Crowns,
and Tabs, Artificial Flowers, Face Tabs, Ru
ches, Illusions of all colors, Bonnet Wires, &c.
have just been opened by'
novl4 GEO W HITHER.
ilor Sale or Rent.
THE GRIST AND MERCHANT MILL
known as the Petersburg Mill, situate • at
the mouth of the Little Juniata Creek, Eeriy
County, Pa. 15 miles. Irom Harrisburg. A
• • . - ST ONE MILL, HOUSE. 4.0 feet
square, with , two overshot .water
vs wheels,. 4 run. of, French Bunts,
? Smut intichine, with a ll
append s complete for .manufae.;
Luring 'lour.-.:alse 'a dutelling forlthe
Dunitaatton iron Works adjoin the aboire and
affords a good home market. •
The Central Rail Road runs.past the mill af
fording every facility for getting grain and pen
tratg , tha products of the mill to the Eastern itti
:"The above property will be sold or rented for
a term of yearsf rem the let efApril neat. Ap
plijation to be made to '
surviving Eetrx of Amos A Jones; Deed
• Petersburg, Jarntary 7th, 1850,-st*
For further information apply to 1 R Egbert
.property for, Sale. or, Rent
THE subscriber, intetiding to:leave
the county, will sell dr,tirot` the following
proper : y, situate in •ihe village.'of sSpringfieid;
Pomberland county,:vis :: - .A•LOVand,a , half 'of
„r Ground, on. which , is erected. A
• , ut i good, two Story , ,briek,,IVV.E.L. !
LIN G HO,USE, ! and ;two•storY
. . brielOcltehen,4toth nevyM Also,
. a 'frame Orie - story and,s, hall
SHOPAlidigobd - STABLING:' , The, Irit'
abuhdently supplied firift;'alltrhti'air
never Thiling well arWater'etilhe' , ; dtioro- ITlre
location is a very good efitifori!Areicori`wiphint
to engage irelthe rnerdantile' buscheseOr some
rnechaercal.ricdupakion.. Fosseesiop•given on
lat r of April, next..., For , ternieratpply
14aygaret,Itovriotiothe:preetiscis.ort to the sub,
84;44, har.egeßt,;,. , ; (l l ?..,vi, toA4 fr gtf..?.X.P44
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~ • - THE-'l-11`S",t 4 .bit7i - ' Ori 'The. TIVIEXICAN
..**R,:ltialtidihig-BiOgronleleal:Sltet plies ;of; the.
livetl'of General Traylor'; Semi; , Worth, 4 W 001;
Tiyig OW Wittiniti, 'and' ' several'.otliere; of , the
rnost , dpitingtdehed Offieers. Illuidiated: by , iiii
-Inehtti , l,pigitivhigs and '.l 3 ort rails. :•• , ,',,, ..`• , wi
' 7 - '• ' * Bit:lfni:ix illost; AF,,
V. . lit' ';.,",
f lA.nurnber 'of enterprising end intelligent men
of good pharacter,are offered, profitable, . employ;
iron*, in , circulating. by : subsertptiorn.thataboye
;work -ln,Cl amberlen 11, courty; and other counties ,
ill the State of Pennsylvania: • The',:terinavahleh
ere very liberal, will belgivenAin kinidieatimn t ta
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Aalteting.,laolanf ; .- , . •
The Louisville'(Kir4dnatier, urinelfitli
ult.', rclateirthe- follatringleart
cident , • •,
Yesterda4morningin witosesed a evens
that we little beliciViid could be enacted with
in the borders of .KentuCkv The Vomiter,
G. W. Kendall watilying at, he wbatf at the
foot bf Wall., street, jareparinti to !tart for
New Orleans: On the forecastle deck stood
a group,.consiiiing - of a master and tivecir six
slaves t including a woman with a child at the
breast, '• who were apparently going to the,
South.' Just as the last bell of the steamer
rang out its peal for departure, and the lines
were about to be cast loose, the mother was
bade to give np her infant, and was told that
she must go without it. At this intimation
the poor creature became frantic with.grief.
She caressed the child a moment, then flew
to he: trunk,into t hick bad been packed va
rious little articles of clothing that she bad
made up for it to wear. These she first
pressed fervently to her lips,and then bestow.
ed them upon the child. Her owner then or.
glared ber to follow him, and she mechanical. !
ly started to obey, but the promptings of na
ture were too strong within her swelling
breast to be resisted, and with loud sobs of
grief, she turned, embraced her child; and
clung to it with the tenacity of despair.
The heartrending grief of the woman, and
her frahtic gestures, attracted the attention
of persons passing along the levee,snd strong
ly excited the sympathies of many.. The
owner was asked by a gentleman, if he would
sell..the Woman arid child. To this he assen
ted, Mid demanded sea for them. 'Upon in.
quiryjoweveii, it was' ascertained that the
woman wall fine sold down the river, and
that the chili would be disposed of here.—
The bystanders volunteered too,raise sub.
scriptions to buy the child; and send it with
its mother, and several of thein proffered $lO
a piece. At this juncture Captain Norton,
the captain of the - boat, came forward and
told the owner of the 'ileitis that he would
not takeAnit bis boat, and sent the whole
party ashore ' d in a few moments the stea
mar was Bash i over the falli without them.
'rho Mesmerized Children.
We recently 'mentioned that three children
of Me. 3ones,'near Clearapring, Md., were
affected with singular symptoms, resembling
mesmerizediubjects. ..The Sentinel says, it
is ascertained to be the effect of mesmerism
reversing the passes, as used by mesmerizers
to bring subjects out of thesomnambulic state,
they were restored to wakefulness in El few
minutes. The:children allege they were put
into the state mentioned by. a pedlar, who
visited the !ionic the day before , they exhibi
ted the symptoms. The Sentinel says:
The little girl, the day before she became
entirely, relieved, staled. that she „would be
cise time,' the symptoms all disappeared.—
Two of the children remain affected, and one,
it is feared, will die,
as his legs are becoming
, perfectly paralyzed, So as
_to prevent his
The editor of the Sentinel, in company
with Dr. Garry, visited them few days ago,
They appear to delight to be asleep, as
they term it, during which time they laugh,
dance, run, and strive bymvery Means in their
power to stet out. We took the mesmeric
fluid oiled them, probably eight or ten times,
which reiluired not exceeding ten to thirty
seconds 4611 time. Any person can Wiese
them with the reversed passes, provided they
are willing, otherwise they cannot be aWak
ened, At the time of inditing this, which has
been about two hours since last aroosing them,
vie feel a considerable relaxation of the nerv
ous system, together with peintiOn the bead,
armv,mnd extremities, which we alone attri
bute to our having extracted the nervous fluid
from them, Numerous persons are daily
EMIGRATION OF CANADIANS TO THE U. S.—
The Rev. Arthur Chiniqiiy, the great Cana
dian apostle of tempermice, having recently
been on a tour through the United States, has
addressed a letter to the Melanges. Roligeux,
to n hich be says i
• "I do not exaggerate when I say that there
are no less than M,OOO Canadians In the U.
States, and unless efficacious means are taken
to stop this frightful emigration, before Len
years two hundred thousand more of our
compatriots will have carried to the American
Union their arms, their intelligence, end their
hearts. It is no part of my present plan to
examine the causes of this deplorable emigre
lion ! but it miist be always true, that when es
people en inaase quits its country, it is because
that unfortunate country is struck with some
hideous plague—is devoured by tome cancer.
• • • • God has placed in the heart of
man love fur his cuontryi and when a man
turns his back upon his country, and %n ith the
eye moistened by tears bids than eternal adieu,
it is because •umethiug essential has been
wanting to him in that country. It is because
lie bus wanted bread, room or just liberty. I
leave others to say which of the three has
been deficient in Canada. All that I can as
sure you is, that in the United States these
three essential elements of the life of nations
are to be found in abundance."
Our Reputation Abroad.
A late Berlin letter states that the general
impression in Europe, even in Germany,
where we are better known than elsewhere,
is, that our country is an excellent place to
make 'money in, and to' be free from the an
noyance of epic.; and the machinery of Euro•
pcan government; but that the law affords .no
seettrity to life or . property, these lying at the
mercy of the mob. The royalist pope's leave
nothing undone to deepen this impression.—
The 'occasional bloody .atreet combats, nape.
cially in the Southwestern States, are eager
ly seized upon.. Tarring and feathering
Scenes, the tearing of men (corn limb to limb
by mobs, &c., are located at New York;and
one article in the Paris Somali:le, after running •
over a catalogue of outrages;eajs':— ' '
" When the jury 'doeisenbt tender a merdict
in accordance with theltigkiiiescrtetinies,
-ialas'l wilh the:pussiOns:tofijhe crowd--lbst
crowd •,reverses. the ,sentencei seizes, on the
guilty man, tars and feathers him, and inflicts :
,him under the•eye of an unarmed
!, This horrible popUlar execution tidies'
place, hOwever, in the nineteenth century, an
a countri of liberty', of good sense, and of,
free . inquiry I - •
. 4 . Who can contradict me?"
This shows the intent to which prejudice
will go in perveraioni — The time has certain
ly come, however, when we would tear away
from our histitutions.and manners whatever
we do not wish.enposed .to the closest itoruti
ny of the clvilyned world. , ,
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