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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - August 22, 1854, Angelica, New York                                 y J -  JUI6EUCA REPORTER,  >'Hi«lP»»tfnÍT«dfirom  MÁhtW. I^«ÍMML Wt i»JóBé JWü 0«  wii» ifííw^ ibae *»0iiil«r4«<l,  nSTmm.ACK SEA,  Rtiííiiiiin «tr^nx^nefímo |:t»d Atteekedilii«« «lli«cl ihíp»  ^«rrtble,»*ètt4 ìhtmtpe»*' I» I»?« ti^ »nifitii{nç%hl fM -miflH»^^^^**'^'^ OiiiMK««!. ' ìi^ iJlipÉi Ulli/ ïïf tr ma «tUaia-  ÌM«t» Illing MlQIMlìttg^ At llsw^ eâçbliâiswl iM^ w  illiiWAl^*** ^ pkrUcutors  " ^^ . HP^flli from JUyrttto;.  Otaw^ 35,00« Hf'ttiil. tfi« 1j¿K«1  Ifíf ItoMiiAiii l0KrS,64K)kU-  b«bHrtMiHI^ OoMitentiné'  rmiékv^ ^mutrni 0«fl4NiU.  To A^fÊBiisKM.-^^«!»» of. pur «dvcrttping piiWirhé I^W« MhcrtMicncal» ió-  icTtwHb oar hand thc»ü» âto«»  íílllct Jy í oVbck» îfonda/ Horniöff, of ihcjr Vfll % oTcr ontí wctk.  T Democratic Sute CoavcntìoiL  A Siale <*onv€níir,n J.f tlu> Dunorrary ofX-'w York, cotK^i.ttinfï oí FOUIl DKLKíj ATlvS froiu "cacft AsscJriTir^ ln¿!tí.>T,-lu id ín tíivriíy of SyracHse, on Wolur jiday, tlie (Uh<}:iy of.St p-ieinWr t^xi, «I I»»., M ttje Market Ila», fur Ibe p«rfM«v t»f noMiimitiiiiî ca!,<li«lateji for SUUtî »íí!íce;«íw aru íi> W íUJtiJ nt iho ncjtt clut-Uon, ftiul fi>r tlic traiisncíiDii oí bucUoIÍkt ba^i-ttCíW Ä» lli<»y como Iniforc tt. Amiaí»!-, Mnf lOtfi,  lit Dt8liÍGt-HA M J. Tlf.DKN.  LOHKNTSn R SHKl'ÜAIlÜ sa « WM. M. IJíDLONV»  JNO. t. aiUMFOUU, ti\ " OACtíKR,  T. K. wi-mimooK, iih " JOHN HOWJilMIl, WM. Ai>AnT, I «th li«JFl\S IJKUmcK,  fí. I). DH.r.AYK,  UI€0ySIiTá»mB8 Of YgB HâBlW.  ÎH l.M)kutK overthq rcíoltttíon'í of lÍielIarJ:  iííióÍÍ ôïn^i^sfctîy a^rpul oti-  «.Tfiiijí iwno íno<mí«í'»tí'0CÍc¡», Üj.it »Irifco tlio n;fl«d!»iff MÎii'l Militi pccnüsr fow. u geiM'i-illy MntI< rítoo<l tliat tíio Nol.raífik« lÜH, (or urjí-iimuití tho'l'. rnloricíí of Nel>ra-t1<«ntiil Kitn-""», .i(i.!«!inM.i-^ír'itMiUii'-:i<iiir<i--!bot»jrli \v<> Ii;;v<! «ui!if ti:n. Íi:i'l hoijio <Í'Ji:1)t» tipoii  tjic <!>(• - ti'»!»,—-»1 i' i lfíJin'''! t<> Ih) i:0 l>y til-' H.U'l' til. i\t x. Now wli.vt .itliívlrH US .'H'i'«cfíÜ.iily iu4Mi»-i-.t;uit .iu (lio fP'-lntiom  ;tilii !>■<} "ttiKÍórvo  th«í N'-l-ia^kii Swi?>il!o«qn:rr« up íu tfioiiiiirk, jîîi.l at til': 'niiiii lim'*, nii'l in tho, fíiuno lin-all», •Jenoiirjn; tWo ;iihn!ri;«itration timt Un'i foiii,'ht lltn.lVlHlJJ ihrolli.'!!,  Ajr.'iiii, i.txy riuhn (lint tîi"r.« i*. ím) <!ivi-i'>ii flídóDí;; them, tui«i <l<»n<juii'c<! «very boJy, tii.-.t  S liot t:ofno to t!it3=-cr.itc!i in Ru|ípíirí of {)rirtifii!ftr ¡noíwuro, v.licu tlicy know tli.U Uio 'f»|H'riril lí'ft'ÍtT^ of this samo ¡>:irt), f.ill, HIU-I» iw I)iiìkiiison, Urmly, M:mri(;<', Tuck-linm, Tuck, Oliver, and othoi.!, .-iro l>itt«.riy }io»íít'', fiU'l in op>T, Tfjh-4{irMi rr^hitttU^.iiU'n'i^ by tln/ir rcflohitiutis Iinvc lii;t;n tliru*! with'Uit (lio |»:tlo of t!if'ir criínuiií.itiori. II« rv'  MM nhmmh «m UÜ XumUo li«|fü« ««aa«»». í^robtrtMoitt ilÁre«onliotter.  t «Mk UM IkMMili» tr» kf éwtrnm»«^  D« tHffiini  »il If tallii ifcíp^ it^ iaiiwiC llikiii^ iiid to , ák t»d:«tlíiftrit»«mlNurkte •  lÉáTrtM ts m JMi«Nt«nr»itM On «bt^lüdhor  in »i  kiiHtelailMn (fo rtilottbU betwova U»ur "SlWEwId* '^BUMiMMMtMkidth««! "«««iliiitAMiBf th«. IMIMfl, MU d«fe«t«d  ^mm wm^rn 'Im ^ ItMO %m nm. 18  «rvi ipfimtifii äwijfwiii'iiif.ilAiW |HtMi«M mtrt MiBUnf liMt IhèTSflu ììQ'  AMMNM; «IUI ikt «tfAT«!^;'!»»!!:»»«)!!« Knitkih  ' iki tl^ilAMÍ  U>W  Jup^Tf^lf  Mu glv  'Alllilt UrdcctarM « Jiòitnttneut nnd tiAÍ-mkd fMM Ul«M« Jmxitt Má tho United  AjMl l<l,tiin)ii»«fkis Ik« nurbi of £inod« «MlilmiM te .AaMricM «iniM wool,  nq^tb tw pkiit tv* tn Md 4tb fvììile teûif) pn^tiHitiotí «i»ok«4 M!im«iii. ' .  «üi iiM»Í|»n ilm UnutÁ to à,ti|utl«É' ikì{>vr«ckca linai lo freo to  Aitidelftli VehtM ^to 4ho «xchango of fOwK Wàtm mmì mercbiiiMUi«.  Jtftiett8||i,|HOvi(lct forili« pkymont of «QOdtfrlikli W prdcunnl tluoutfU tlio  AftMi« füi pfovHl«^ for iitr«inttn;jr tho «amo U«it«d «tiitt« which may ípK.,lM ,grattt«Í àoimiy .oUivr yiuvcrn  Amorîcan v^mcU »WIliMîyètiè» jMrti ditin tlioito iiIk>v(ì •.KMitiRliil. wWlAw CMM of tlMtrcffl.  Itii MÍil I» tiinft kim niified oit SaUirday.  lädii «'t Hji/Hll' 'IWliWWitìi "  «^fWwÉáiígt ef tlie [m Cou-  tifTnriff, notr up re ^li^lita^ íÉ^ j(èt wovi  , of ûw coiiîî^^^^  oywiutíflljj Iho ^^uiîral ' jm-McJ urgi^diJy V o» PMf UftÄtt Atuf^Vr pfwìtiòn with Ku-tmmm wnr î Uw folml  m »IM« »Itt^îiiûM ;  SJ^MT.Viiio aiid  m . ■ KiMiooN n, .M:\vKTr,  vi^J.r. UIIODUS. eill " ilKAN lilCU.MONi), iSUAKf.T, IIAÏÎ'IÎ.  l'OJS AiJAlK--OH tif} iftnt Jrn;;.: .if  Um« pMpur «rill L« foiiiid a ruvirw or critici'ìni of Ilio miiarki« of t>r. Itohit^^on, \vhith wo ^bUihud n f«)W »vifkn f-iinr. Wohnut Ix '^ti fHtfiortauod tívt-ry wuok fiiu-i*, j iibìlsh iho ftiiitwor ty that coniinunicíitio», writtcu by Dr. liiiiyoAlo, of Dadíív'ÍÍÍq, but havo ni oflu« dñ-oliii«hl intuldling further with Iho que«lion.— Tbl« bM l)««n th« «ouroo of bitter eomplmnl bjr ft nuntber of our friémlt «od »ubwrilien in AhiKiftd «nil othor plMMW i tnd in ord»r lo in«ltor* H^htoé bolb «dec «od givo o.-^h A be«nn|fi wo pbJifk tho_ äijrww wrilt^ |»y lir, l>uratid «IUid^d t% k tbtx -M^^ •oinv doxon of our patron». '-Hiu coiiitnunicn-lion i» foniowhai iwvoro in wuiû jespccts, luid hail more of a |>cr«onnl turn tbau ivo couhl wi«h ; yet niu'tli Icftj» than that wUtoiv («" our jMdgmçnt,) by Dr. Koynrdo. Without adtfiting Uli) «ontiiMciif« «f Ihti cotuuiunica-lion, of iir. Öuraud or Uim «ur frksnd Ho» binsuo, m have givitu thfliulwlh, »p Uiftf om* read V« juay, bam tbobtiu and with ihii lhoy iüu«tb«í;uiií^?Bti :^ -ÍmmI i)Q d^iro to with thoMibJtsctòtìé  way or tlw otìier, and bW nni "cmcli bave 4ia4 à boaring, wo nuist bó cxcufted from fujrlhitr part>0¡iMitíou lu the controvcr»y. Tlie aub-Jict,^ In our jiidgmcuit^ i« onö wojcihyof » niore dispWionlto and  ha» vbaracU^rized-iiitjiur aiíío/anil moro »dnp-t«d lo the MM of Mu^füul Joiiruala, Ihàti political nowíj>n|wf?!.  CoAi.iTioS^s.-—Wo havo ìiad no doubt, íinco ln«>rfnU, that thoro wn!^ n socixt uiuìer-Htandìhg Hclwoon ilio whign, aud "Ilar«W»oÌlH" iti regard lo ilio policy each uliould pursue. Ind«H2d tho hísulta of their acts duriiii» tlu> a«»ion of tho liogissl.iiuro last ivintvr tiud only to confiti» tho oimvíctfóu (hai nuch rt "co-aliUon^ oxists. Their nçtîng^-with wViign An dt'fcating tho recotmnfudation.'', jukI appoiut-tuiHiits of Gov, Si-yitiour, is tho, bent proof, wo cnu havo of (he fjict. Now it in imiiiiiitod that they have entered into ft Rotiot "coalition" wiih tho^'lvnow^ìiòihìngs" winch they cxjKct to cKxt tluir tu'kctr Ah proof of tlli% wo cito the rr.ndi;r to their rciw»lMÌioiis, which fcro [K-rAitiiy.inum iip«'U tho (jutsiio» of ««iilpt«3,d eUixct^à, holdiupJoHico, whirh i»«)\\ fums.tlni corwor 'fiiun« cf tho "Ktioiv r^tih-injl" Crted, and «eeum to bo cnti'tirii; lrirg» !y iulo tlie politiciil ároiin, as will by ro-_  fvrvuco to. tHo.lociVrtdcüíioiii a'ccntly luHd in  We luve tìVv'iy rt'áMiti to biTuivo tlint  autl ^hl' alvi ia>truíit; íinpi wMo'rt, tíi.if  a liko .fiuaiîûiin tuiiy rxÍRt iM'twrc tho fianu p.'Uhvá iitKl tíie "lvu«>w Notili  Novy lut tìs seo wh&t ih'.iir ri scihition^ my 11 r. ^.inrif» "cwaiitìoTis.'^^- l'h.A hísí itsolutioii  ifoitATK» uALr.Ar:f>, . ^ . . ,  ^^TR^^t l'TínTün; IH»( «tldy Ü ^IU'MÍÍÍI, but a líjfwal  .|i-.«-< fili('n niid br<;ifli in tiulr laii^-«, uijirli catinol b« <li-<!ivo\vod, iior r«'(;oiir'i!«,'il wítbdlit (he un." í-r tbo otfiíT Siicritifioíj avowf«! ;-. riti-iiu'iit!» npon vit-fíí <pit'S.ltonH of püJititóil piin*?!-pf<«, or at íi'U'^t dr»nncr;dlf polii-y,  lîiit f*till Híjain : Tn rfj,'ar'l to tlí<>ir e;ni'li-daten—how do tlicy fítand iii roí^íird lo (liis (jiu'slioii I»? coiiip.'ircd with thi'ir trulit r ri>n-victions 1  Wo find, that whcn tho jíroat principio of t;xl»Midiíig olavery Ir» now Teiriturii:.«, ^ví« isg-ilaltHl, M carly as 181Í), that (/rccM C. JSrm-3on WH4 found auiong tlio tnoat ufUeiotii ín prooUiming tlio "undoubtod powor of Con-gr«»" lo lí'girfato «fM>n ihi» Rubjccl, eren lo ÍHó**prohibitiónóf slatvrfj Ínt(} M« Icrritorica." "Ai ft nicietiuíf {-»aya tlic r A tlajj) liíild nt lloiuo  ofi tho h^íh of Dícpnibcr, 1810, nt wliich^ HAut'Br. lÍEAuiifíLEY figiirod lis principio mover, Tí íikkni; (X Íínbifísov was tkl Sucreiary,  u>h of our |K>pu-íílliiaují:^^ M^cetlWVlriô^^ Mtatidim iumitMii  iHf di«tribuU«ii ' «ñt^bóüi uiattm IW j^íwt—íttry Äubjoct •IM» by tbo rMoiuUona lo uch ' mMiHf: fboy aro Sus-vr,* li,* ftoih ' 4a'  n «etyiiir Ii«, in ito varion-^ |»liti« "" »»Ht  Ml thQ wIq W« of p:u ty ^ tbiir  im eiiNbiBWiïàitid, iw  lililíwÄ . ^  ' IglliiWit  ^ IM  miß  ' ijiiiri  and ih<! following resolutions woro uiianltnous-ly adopted:  Ui^wlvc'd, That in (?!0 opinion of (liin mort.-in^, (Jowjrfsn íimHC.<tnfii Ifw clear and iñ'h'.yfU-l(thl( jmi^ft^ h'/ Ihá CùMliUithm of the UmU d StnUn, iirohibit the U'.linlßs{iin of Siuvcri/ mio aiti/ State or 'IWrlk'nj litrcalicr lobe ^M'lnM A'vd ^dniitlcd Union.  Hcftoi vt'd, T!i !it I !> ill o <)¡»i}iípn of fijîs rnòcl-íng, the mimimion of Slavery into any such Stato or Territory,jvxAiW Ihj coiitiury to (ho iipirit oi" i>i»r,.fre« and client C'uiiiilittiUotv, and hijuriouilo the highest iutcrcst of the nation. . ^  liesolvod, That theiScfintors and Ifcproson-tiilivtís in the *joug,rtíHB of the.' IJjiittd Btatofv tVoiu this State, bc tcspoctfnily ami carnostly ro(|iu'»tcd to UH« their most xgalous cndcavorí» to prfivéùt lh«î turtîiçr i x^vusion t)f SbuT^y in tho Fiîîtod í^afoí». Añd lililí ihr ülmifinan and Sflorotary rctpu sted to tninsiuit thoîo risolutioua to tho said Senalois ánd Rtiprceen-tativç!». . ^  lU'si)lvod, Tliut KrastoH Clark, Samuel ('handler, and Grtieno ( '. llronsion, |>o a com mittfo to (ako Ructr fiirtiier moasuros; iu relation to the subject ill ípic*lion, ns tliey may doem oxpediênf.  íieso]ved, That (ho pr«X'cedii>,s,'fl - of tìil» mcctinffvß>tit»«d bv tïio <'.\vn\Tinaii' nnd St tîre-tary^ bo pulslishcd in all th« public piipo^^^ printcvl in thi» <'ountv.  ^lÜiiHtó S.'Ml LLKH, Chairman. (liiHKNK 0, Buonhon, Soi ifctiiry. Tlioso prinoiphîS Judgo IVuon.sos held un varyingly, during that portion of hi.s career vybu'h may W cnnsideród rosptfctable. In i a iH, he pmclainu'd in a k-ttcr tô llw Van lU'i'.r.N meeUnt^ in New York, thai Shiveiy eonUl noi bu" extended to luuv teri'itory, except by j>o.sitivo enact nient, and that cvcry ■•^lavc carried iiilo thp Mexican cvSäiou.i wan, by that act, inudc iVeo.  He li.'rd br-cn the candidato oí" the two sec-lion.H of the 1 »cmncralic party, tlio. year bo-tl'ril^ jiiid \va.-> a- gior.l "uiiion and jiiuiiiMH^" iuau^- lÌe^ceirt ÌTuni ih^í bene!), Uiiiî  liir» f.alc of a worthier-i library to t!ie8[ut<-,;tinl ihe ^ha1lK■tìl^^a!e of íii-^ opinion to tlio \Vh,i|; itóiiiiTí^, iH.íavi.ir ut ího îiiîio îiiiliiuii l'ili, Mr. I'liONsoN thoiighl pr.>]KT to cuino out a, violent'pro-f^laVeTy j>v)î{ti<;ian. ■  Iii bi.-í bid tV'F lliü Svr;u;u>.' iiiiiiiiiialion, in  iif th« I^uvl coJivur.lioii, liatv tlia tuüoúin¡.t :  KcPidved, That all coaiitiliutia iuv iituiian- j which lie eudiavoj.i t-.> hü eaii inve  deeper uud coiiitj! out ditlier lhaii any oí bi> rival^, bo say.s ; ,  As tlu^ right to" iuiport.tlaveÄ has|iin;;Hiioe ' .....1V >l ÎH ' eV uíelif' iiïat77;dît»w 11íi' í 11ose wo  ly and dií^honeSit, and lead »Miiy tu tvick-i and n>r avcn<KMi<>y bei\vren' ibe >ViAeord-arit interostá which have bafjained to Coiil-  - li'm i.ur p.«4tion«, in \vM Ï <'vule.,t;ti.at tl.o.e wo  t; • .1 4.II J -4 Í 11 Hi , ^ • i ''"'v^ di'^perse.r over :t wideV exteiit oí  bi^hr ;irn (lia Mo  cou^i!»t^;uçy- go fttrilw>ri.. Tlicy k^ouH? the  >ho\\jjig a destravity m»d ¿cejklcstiacss iine-«]U.'Uu».l,iu Uio'iiA!t^vl-j_ofjHjIitie^ ütícancry.  -pubhMuîd provides for tnuport.<4 «hoto Anie<ie;ui shìp-i ran trnJiiriand pMe«iv supply^ froiii the Empite, "TbtjíUí wo the Hivf-d-i in fd,:u, and Ji, Î;. d.i le Ibtì isiiaîtâiJiif Mai-îmai. Ves-rh inav ptit « cUewhire ia dwiKS«, but if thî-y wiih tu Muy in Japan they arc tv> mako thoîr wviy to ono of IbefHj ¡Kírt» as mk>u .t* possîbh\ Thith «bîpwrcckod .Amcrîoan sailors <iro to h« forwarded at tbo expense of tho Japanese aWeromviit, and ibe AmerJclia Ciovcrumcnt  b ^MUáiIjr iö b«lir."tbò pxpcok^ of Jiijwuoííe Qtir«borrA. Nuiihergovirn-Mèi« V te-réekiim tbo exjKsns« of íucb rtliof^  Tbo Id dated Vlvcb ai last, and tbo «♦m» hm ttì» tap« if fneilMU%  . u M oittr« ' i^jf^  «lictìò» «nool^ tU «AdMMptìnH" ill Mob^  = -----hëenuo E. t^arwVn  lÖij «f of the nomination  ájí-'tU»nl Co«v«íHtioo,"  'ffttwoniWsT'/. ■ " " ■  onc.ciui .dotibi (liíit- it wonldje^tLlo iniprovo tftthor than injviw íh^^f cotii^^^ Thcnö is no reasonaVtlo gronnd to bolie^-o that the people t.f either Nebraska or Kaiisas will-declaro in tav4)r uf liavihi filave»; t'Vit^honld thev do to, îï'willltillîct.wouud'^n "the cauTö of hiiiisauify, and no ouo will, be injiuvd unless it ,bo fiienisi-lvosu It i,i t.U' irown »la'ter, aiul .let ;iîienr deal with it a-v'tfify p-îc^ke., '  Any other man than ílr. {Íüon.-on' WuiiM loso chaructiT îiy tlitü-o. Jpc'ousísteÍK»ie.< ,, Ho dotsi not. Théiê is a poUií; lo wliich cu^jier ^tooîiS tall, th-ît putJí them lieyoïid (he llúcí-uatioîii» of tile morwy.murket;' They lia Ve a steady, v'cìl defined, uiuVuniibaViin wortMess-  ness. ^ .  ..... ......  J^'Mt. H C. Beievan etivt^a iJiat iduriri^ Uio cholera Nea&on of 18^2 ha had eiigag.vl at Wiirk f«if biiu over lôô>nn«i, jio .j[^èvHÌIc<l np«u jLboin to «Ut«in ^vu. all latojiiciitiDg dii^i, gftv* 4ft them « bcvcug»«f^w«t«f, uioUÊmt*, víitagiif éal fí^r; TÍm rwvti wlw^ AbaioÉt of UuM^ IM mm imI«m Oied vbitàait^lO la^iw  ttiêd4troijg liái^ Mfí^iiá^ witb tb« dÍMÉMb-^. vm^Qiuàikfftjfbâttnwc«» freni tbo««»fif ti>  quor u ft iiüätty àuro .pwt^it^« qÍ Uta dis-iMisa.  iBfrmtOf^  . At Üi«  bibt firtbirTaiiig*r, HKtr/Aitt^ F. OKKSSF, prifiHdinpr, tbo foHowing cauacs on tbo Calen-der wer« dinpowed of;  Win. Htxirt, V», iliram Scott—liefcrrctt to M Cbnmplin—M. OroTcr, for piff—L. l\ Wi'tbfirfiy, for def.  .1. <), Spencer, v.4. E. Si N. Y. City Ii. K. Cm Kefcrrtd to f.. l\ WftheTby, ^^ ilk.-» An:?el it Iv, L. Urnndage—Chamjilin Ä I )avid'-on,for Div.-n, ira(ha^\ay il- Wo<.nJ, for dcf-». A'. nriflm; Leander nill-^liefefred lo M. firove'r-v-r.V. 1'. Laning, (^jr pltf.  C. J. Ueynohb, \s. T. (.iillttt—Jleferred to A, 1'. Laningj  J. A, Story, V.". (leo. ]»iiftner—Refeiicd L. L';eknoi»d. A. L. Uav id-oU, to» plll'.—M. IJ. (/hamplin, (or def.  Jnlm \ l'acflngi»—complaint cii-in»-'-'"!, w ith $ 10 co;>ts of Motion, If. Ciialkcr, for plir.-J. K. Haie, fo- def.  S. (Vandall, v;». W. C. Ib vnoM-», A. L.liar I...r-i:.-t'erred io L. 1'. Welheiby. W. F.  for pur,  A. L. !?"abcr, vd.S, Crn.idall—Hefened to h. 1». Wethcrby. ., -  M'-i» lion.u5, v-i. K. i'üwier—veidict f»! pltl. ^75. M. II. Wv^.itit, for pllV.  ('. .Nb>r.'hoiisi', VH. S. Ilartwell-T-verdict for {ihr, M. M. Wygant, for pllK  \V. U.-Sandfor.J, v». U. r.ell tt others— lieferiedt.» L. 1'. Wethciby. Cnrti^s l'rin-dle, for plIT. (Irover A Simons, for defs.  John Doran, vs. N. Y. tt E. Ii. K. Coi— dismisMed by consent of parlieH.  11. Iltmlley, v.s. S. Vreeland—liefened to L. I». Wotherby.  Öiamel riank lload Co. v«. Jt»hn Sdlon —eomplaint dismisifcd with oosta—Baiue Ii. Foatcr, do.  E. S. liruoo, Goow KoUct—Beforrod to W. Aiignl.  O. GrifTirt, vflv lloratio J. Kottlo—verdict ior pltFi A. IVtatiing, for pliäV Grover,  for def. ..  N. K. Rico, vs. Thoniaa Conner-—Iveferrcd lo  N. Iv. Drown, N, K. R. R. Co.— Verdict, no causo of action.  U. Cnlwell, Vfl. K. (iri!liir«fe wifo—Ruferred to L. P. AVetherhy.  K. W. Parkft, vs. A. Lambersori-r^Uciefrcd to A.Cl. Rice.  A. I>. MeUick tfc lC. Van Sickle, vd. lÜrain Covilli vcrdict by Iho court  N. 1?. Crandall, C. 1*. (.'raiidall, adminis-tralöifi, vs. IraCuller, lloferred tö L. T. Weth-crby.  F. II. Smith, v3. Mauova MAltei-sou-^lle-forrod to ,1. G, Collins.  M. H. Champlin, vs, Mohawk^Valley Farmers Insiiranco Co., discontinüevl.  G. N. I=,awrence, vrt. R. G. (iuilford Si w ife —HeJerre.l to R. White of. Olean.  O. (Jriirm, vs. Leander Ililla— Ikferred lo A.'L. i)avidson.  N. Homan, vs. (!>eorgo Weil—Iiuiuest-r-jndgment for plfR f80,00.  John SonthWorth, vs. J. E. ^^Hlcox—^''er-diet no.  J. J, l'uEvasviS^, v3. M. J. Titus—T-Verdu-t, uo eanso.  Ü. r. Jlarkman, vrf. A. S. Austin—Reier-red to L. r. Wclherby.  IjOliisrt Sliilcr, vs. Lucian Miller—decree" for a «liv9rco. Giimted=  A. Motcalf, v8. A. C. Hu^t—asäruilt and battery, judgmont for pKf. |'>0.  R. l^eterfion Vfl. A. S. Aut»tin—Roferred to L r. Wetherby.  ■ S. IL Rtiyiiolds vs. CathariiiO Hiibbell & oth« rs—Uelerred to J. S. »iieen.  B. S. Goodrich, Vi. (r. Heiijamiii vt olhers —.hijy Vvcre out two day.^, and one night— and disiigieod.  CIMM-INAL. l'eoj.h» v.H. Rachel Tliom;is--pI(;ad .gniliy U» tho ehar;/«; oi" < 'nwid Larccny—sontenced ,tü-.'.i:>ii)g Sinjj,,.'i« ii'' yoar». \ Tcoplo vs. Alonzo S. Dufer—^plead gnilty to l'ic cLar|fo oi'Grand Larceny—aont to tlie Housu of Refiige.  vs. Chavle.s Harter—plead guilty to a chari,^.! uf Assault aud liatlery—Seutencod tu Uoiiniy Jail (30 days.' '  IV-oplc Vi. (l. .1. Smytiiö—jury disagreeti. l'eople vs. C. Ii. JolinsoU'^violatioii of Ex-clsü Law—lined ^-t). . —. . '  l'eojile vs, K, Ii. Low—juiy djsngreed. IVoj.le Vi^. F. F. Pollaid it E. Ja.kou— rh.'xri^fed'v/uli piaciug oti^tTTTütTöiis ofi the Nt  Nnw Yonh-, Wednesday, July 5 the PrtHìdcnl of the JMmocratic State Conrrnthn ia hs hAil. oí Sgrncusa on the-- \2thimlaut: „ , „ í  8m—Having recently scen^it ^taiod, that notwiihstandiííg my tiniform dfclaratiou to" Ih«) contrary, thero' was poi d i-ea:on to be-lievo that Twould uot dcclino a nomination for tho ollico of (iovernor, I dee';n it ]iro{tcr to prevent, tho possibility of mÍ5api>re!iension on the subject, to say tluit I am constrained by tho most controlling rea-.jns to adhere to my origifial d. clartioii. I iim sincerely greatful fibr illo gooil opinion which is implied in tho desire to placo my name before the pnblic, 'aiiTd< "eply ré ¿ret Ìhu iiëïïêfSiTyTif Tromgyç^^^^^ te.' to tho wishes of iny fiietid î in afiyí-hing. lîut tho stato of-my health, aiid tTio necessity of devoting all .my energiestó professional and othiT piir.^nit.'^, render t]iiìte imi)os5Ìvle for me t') think-of fakîiig tjie placo of a .stamianl beari'r in the appro.iching conflicL I will checrfuMy'ícn-ü in tho ranks, and do what I call to promofo the gomi cnuKo; but-beyon'l that I c.-!!.'!'"' LIO nitljí^nt dviiiig a ícn-nt wrong to others as well as myself. 'J'lie f^pirit with \\liieh tin. i.aMi{!riigfi h''ííopenO'l, andt!íOchar= acter of the delegatevi who have b«eh eÍécíed, give ample assnraiico that good results will (low from the delilieralion.sol'tlie Convi;nlioij; rt wiH, I im=5f, rrfiiiid ffïfîdyiiy/tliiioTd'^ marlvs of the parly, aiiil feariossly declare its deleiiuinatioji lo uphold the Conr-tilution and Tnioii at all hazards. Witliouf. saying any thing to \\..n)id tl: ■ ! thg -pr^liíTr  trii'uds who have lv"n uira!)!.ü ti) their  On the 2d of AuLMist néxt. Rev. lloniy Ward Heechèr, of lirooklyn, Hon. líenjamm Joy, of Toinj.kinî», «nul other disting'Hshod «peâïëm afe eipcctcd oti >  Tbere.will be a meeting of tho Town son teaguê'i of -t'« » Philipsville, on Wrdnesdav, the ¿d of Augn^jf, af, 10 o'clock, a. m., and at 2 p. m. A Ma^«« Meeting' ofthe friends of Tetiiperfltice to\listen to im-ptn taht discu^síóníi ili iefcrencc ti^th« present n^jnect.H of the Temperance entcrprisô>  (•('»ME ONE S COME ALLll Let tlkç^o be a .(.«/¿iTid Ridly.  "iîv order of tho County Com.  ...........  Medical Nolice.  assent to all thu jtrovisionH of the Nebrarika bill, tlie piiiposG should be distinctly declared, of maintaining the gp.'at principle .'isscrted by !lie mv.(isuri>, nf f)an;«ljuig.tlie Slavery question from f'oiigroFf:, by refi'vihg it, as we do other (jnestions otMoinesfio policy, to the in-llnenco of the Constitution, and the deciskii of tho people in thu .'several States ami Territories.  .\s the right (o inipoft slaves has long siuco ccaacd, it i3 evident that allowjng that wo havo to bo dispersed over a wider Extent of conutry, cannot add to thoir number, and no ono can doubt that It would tend,to improve rather than injure thoir condition. Thcfo ia no reasonnblo ground to believe'that the people of either Nobrask^« or Kan.»as will declare in favor of having slave,s; but should they do s<», it will inflict no wound on tho canso of humanity, and no one will bo injured unlc.si» it be thomsolve.s. It is their own matter, let them deal'wiill it as they please;  That irt the way our fathers dealt with tin; Slavery question when they declared aiid acheived independence—and the way they left it when.they framed the Constitution.-— It ia the only way in which wo cau deal with it, without putting the Union and all our high privileges in jeopardy. Lot us, therefore, place our.selves firmly upon that platform, and then if we are to h.'ive a great Northern pany arrayed agaiiTst the Sottth, a mm'eriieht direct-iy lending to the dissolution of the Union, we shall havo our armor on, aud bo ready for tlui contlict.  Allow mo to express the hope that both in the State and the District Conventions, rucIi men will be put in nomination, and such only, as c.au bo trusted—men who liavoiip nar row ends to serve, and who will resolutely gi for those groat reforms which are so much needed in the administration of our aifuirs.— Let them be. men who are opposed to inobs, and lawless violence of all, kinds, arad who will do what they'Can to cau.so the law.s to reign sijpreiue».  Public ofUcers engaged in the disciliarge of their duties, and private citizens while about their rightful jiursuils shoiiM bo rendered secure in their pcr.sons uiid property. Where there i.=i no l.iw, Ihert; is no liberty. We want men who will ¡toncntly enrry out tho settiod policy of the State in relation to the Canals. Who arc not afraid that it is auti democratic to adopt fiiich reiorms iu oji^.lixcisu system as will save U8from tiie fearfid evils resulting from intemj)erance, and who will pursue such a course of policy as \iill tend to the elevation of public morals, . Let us place ovusolve.i upaii right grounds without K'gard to who u'ay be for or who .ngainst us ; and th/'u, if we aro Corno down by opposing ]>olificat and fanatical elements, we i?J.iiiH at tlu? lastj-bavo- the consoiauon of reflecling that, u^r duty tQ the State and' Goinitry has,.Lieeu (alLhiuHy di.scharged ; and shall Ik' jirepared in the ca_mp;vi^-n of 1850-to carry th<! Stale in favor of sound National prlneiphiS, "against; idloppoiiiugtorces, . lie assured of mv h'sgh respect for vnurse'lf, aud tho delegates over whom you presiib;.  GURKNE 0. iilioNSON.  An adjourned meeting of tho Physicians of Allegany co., was ludd at tho Charles Hotel, in Angelica, on the 4 Ith iiist. Dr. E. J). liomNSON in the GTiair:  The Records of the pi-eviotis Jneetii)^.wire rendi The coinjnlttee appoiiUed fit 'the pro; vious ineeting to draft a Coirtlitution and Jj^'-Laws made their report. Acce{)ted.  ■ On liibtiou, it wa/i voted to adopt the t'ou-stitution and By-Laws, presented by theconl-jnittee.-. . Theùueetiug-^Leixxdœ  inrr nili^ors for the en.su ing yea-—-.....^  i? Charles, President, Dr-di. iL Alba, Secretarv, Dr,^ C. Mj - Crandall, Treasuivr, lloit. L.'P. Miitorbue, Attorney, and Dr. W^ Iuiriis. Librarian,  I h -Mâi Ks j L -ii^ i'j. D. Robinson, and N. M, Smith, censors. On motion, voted that a committee of five be appbiutî^J, to j>rei)are a Fee-hill, to bo i»ro-sented .'it the next meeting.  Drs. Wm. P. Alley, B. lîabcQçk, (L N. J\iiig, I. N. Sannders, and E. M. "Alba, aj>])ointed said committee.  (-)n moUon, it wafi voted that all members reportât the next meeting^ all irregular practitioners iu their vicinity  Dr. A. Morris, w.'w appoiotod to deliver an address at tho noxt meeting.  On motioîs^ voted to publieb an abstract of tbo proceodings of this meriting in the County pajiera.  On^niotion, voted to adjourn, to meet at the American Hotel, in Philipsville, on the 3d Wcdneaday of Sept.'noxt, at 1 o'clock, p mv E. M. ALPA,  Secretary.  Register of Thermometer, for tho week en ding Sunday, July 23d, 18.5 L  Ornee or iiiu Ai.t«»*"' to. A«RiCVtTD«*t, «vctkTi, » Anj»llt»,J«ily a, IPaj V jt  AT «meeiinpofiti» }iâ«rttO»»Ctwii»iill»« »f iM* IWitly, .íV hel<> lili» diijf Ml thia «iSicrt Ib* Collowitif l'itmiiin« wet« (;fr<:re>l ruotile vejr 1^34: . ' .  1*1 p. W r. W#v 4fh p. mtii\ Hons, l m. in th* M9. • #3 tJ ft *. U  v;f<iit«rMiitfiia liouí» : « a i  • i!o Wölling " S - , a -- • • * " ítiipl» lior.a' ..................-...a- .....t- » I"..  I' . uiln.ll. Ihr*« yoari oM 9 1  iillicf tlmn » uU.a rrotJ . 9 I " " fcltu.l coll 2 »PJIH cM T 4 I ••  '< Ollterroll* 4 " 3 1 "  .«JlUil f:lle 1 •• a .1 "  " OlHcrrulUl " * I '* ,  ttireiliii" iiiiirc anQ colt 4 4 •  ' I'lvir offal oson 5 .a,, f  " I'»l t«4v ur 0« . 3 • 1.  " »'air of ivbtfeMiji oxeii , 8 S 3  " Three jnaVoTJ itteo'i. , ^ * **  « ,io " initriiino:« 'i I T. t.  " Two », • «lUllir.l a  1« ',io • • tilitiiiiiii'U 3  " Two • ' a  oM .>Pil,OTer _ ^ 4 '  «v ' » '  De^on liiiUcnlf Iiniler t Jfpar,,. 3  <• lJurliiw iiuti 3 yean olit «íiá over 4  » ,l„ x^ a ' • ■ S 3  " do . ■ ' »  •< liaih»m I.altiaU umler 1 yîsr ■:% " Naliv8,ti«H tliti»; jeau ol»l aiiJ over 3  ilo - -, ' , -.i •  ,"..•-¿0 í í' (1(1 ' rail under f-jear ■- Diirîisim »lork »ow -lîrif!-!-•» wari wliJ - ^  .. ,)„;. - I - ^  (lu • rnU'iimlor t yest  " lìpTOlì ifófS «Í«' " • lloilVr 3 jCírií&IJ  • • ' . cull under l Jt»r " Paiiy cow ofiiuy Erad» 3 S » t  " Ni>t»TC row  htilorî oM ■ S 1 « I .. .. •• I " I »I  ■ Ffiö yi.tö oT iií'.mTrcmi^^^ t Til t fio <• rill fi» y <»  " -Tons «-oiilr.d bucks . '. !)  " I'c/i m ;) lóiii,' wuiilcd owe» ! ■ a  " h'jxoii !ii> lts ■ ' ' 3  •• IVii of:; tîii.xon ewoi 3  " I'eji ol'lt S.ixoii Uinbj  " li.tiiir .jj--..  •i 1 1  ^ -  a I i a  s Í  Î  S  a 1 'J 1 1  1 t  'i *  I I  i  1 » »  n  I  V I  .  . Jl     1    » t      1    V 1 -      a    I      u    t      1    »t          ■MX-      1          1    * I      3    *      3    » t      »    ♦ I      1    » t      1    » t      1 z    » • ,-      I          1    » f      i    »t      1    60«      I    50«      •i    i      »    t      1    » t      s    t      1    » %      1    VI      fl.    t      t    1      r...    vt     • I «I  • I «I  Monday,  Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thursday,  I'Viday,  Saturilay,  Sundays «  Register of Thermometer, for tho week en ding Sunday, July 23d, 18.5 L     7 a. in.    2 p. m.          «a    87    70 1-2      02    93    00      71    04    00      70    04 1-2    71      C4    Û3    8Ó      7.3    78    OS          80         Tiio complete control which tlio AMÉftiCAN MEDICINAL OIL hn.s over dificasea in Scrofu-loua habits, and iu debilitated constitntionH, is truly wonderful, and in gaining for itself a pop-Avhich no other niedicine can boast of-= 13 used arid rccommendcd by many of most eminent physicians, for Dcaft'csa, ami CUTANEOUS AFFECTIONS, and ii particularly recemmehdcd for DISEASED ÎIÙCOUS S YIIFACES. Get one of the circulars from the DrufTirist, and peruse it See advcrlisement in anotlier column. 4w888  Grind btones,  UlE very best article in j^jAji^ at  IÎ. ( k TERRY'S.  •i^ejdeuced to Auburn fur ö  •Vi ■  i^-mrném hf m  WI». Fi Ai^ll/ClíMui lo llamm -  The ciíit^ tbo jsti^tacf  NowYorlt díy^áüfing tíus t!)ix>o months to Wy ÎY.' T^« Comnrijisîonct  Y. A: E. R. R.  yeivrseaeh.  People vs. B. F. Teft—Non Prossed. -The Ciriiiid Jury, Juund fortij-t.ho' bilh of indiej[i:K'ni~T-atH)Ut inedialf, of whieh. j^e for vìt,rlat!criw of the E?ieise Ljiw. " --------  Thò New York Tribune spcaks of a ncwly iavenUd stcain-carriage for common roads,which wus tiicd open ilio opbbleand Jiuss pavcmenta a fo\v. uighU ùin.ee;a!id ¡irpvcil qu.Ìio sucecssful. The luachino uuade six milci» an hour on tlie i^ough cobb!o fitene road, sud twclte .iniics on thc Uuss. . itwas found quiio Ciwy tb guido it arqund cornci-,s, ai.d «Jtogcthcr practicable, mak-ing but littlò sinoko «IT ooisc. The packihg lly-ing out «ben ue^ tic !P«rk, ìk wiw ssry to akiiulou tUo e^rriago anà take it back td tUa ^hop ncxt day by borse power.  A b*d SrEerLATips.-r-We lutvo secri k lolter from wcrpjiaiot al ^au Francisco, whicb of tj^ »tkto of  irado ai that pl^. A* aa jostauoe, ho status  Utai 4 qutotity cy^i^s wìiicb w^6 bought in iiow York at a coi»t || l,OOÒ, a^r ro-roaihing ncarly two ^loyt!l8 ia his BlAre, were sold at auction for> ÌUt!e over $5QQ0, and a!iipp».d back agaìn to Wt. Somebody waa "out a trìfl«^ on tbat trau^ac^on.  ' JÌ^ Nathaniel B. JkuN'T,;D}^irict Attor-ney of tho City ofNew York, dietl at nou Spring-«, on tbo uigbt of Ibo ICth^ of  ExruÀor oF X Lìcttìcu narr.i)—San FuAx-C'isct), J une lOth, 180 k--—lUisiiu.ss is extremo-ly dull in this city, and wiiat ss ili make it liotter, 1 cannot see. Uhu Hour holders will in't be able to get prices up now. Wheal will be comiiii/ in an»! there is as mucii or more being raided Ik re as will supply us wí-th'íloi¡r.- Une trouble here is, the land is too piodiictive. 'i'hings grow so easy that they raise too much. You can get potatoes tor nothing. In jnaiiy ¡inrt.-. cif the country thry are idjuviïfg thetii out-ut" the bngs, to save byg.s, k-;u¡i!¡; the p )lalovs to rot. I wiîî give you an .TCCöftiif.of the salo of a lot for the beneiit of the creditors of a n^an failing. Tiiore .were .s.ixiy toni loose, wliicli Sold fi,;r six cents the ton. There: were JJUO; bags o/potatoes in Tilg luf. They sold lor .ten conta the bag,:e;ich .about 2 12 bushels. 'J'h^ise t,ay,'s cott about iilteeu Cviils each. So } oU see Uie i^.ig.s wxre dL]»reciated ih v;ilue l.y l;;ivi!i;f the potatue.s in. AÙer f.aying e\|icuscs, tljo cre-iiLord.hiid-twelve, dollars and a l.alt lor the bixty ^oiis and two hiindred jui;is.  ■ . . - o - 7 - . - -------------------------- .  (.)i\ the iK'xt block below, and op[;u.jrte to us, is Avlure the Castcu} Ibnis.,' ¡3 tobe. Tliov have fecoinmeuced work there thisWeek.— op|k)site5,o!i mir sjile ow^ st^'t-ty theycoiri^-nienced ([riviiig piles fur a Merchant's Exchange P.!;ildiiig, which wiJi bo very line-. It is done by Eçgîi.sÎi e^ipiud.  ; itsr î bo robber of - the banking hmm of A. mteoat c^  and Ascertained to bo tlio jcasbiorof tbe con-corn, a Mr. William raul. Tho nuthorities baro decidcd, thatjie is notamendablo to the criminal laws of th(^%Uo, aa ho possesa a powerCf attorney, whicii gives him full .control of all money, frani: Mr. Beiniont 4  WTlie ííggregatü^^ajuut i|ec¿ivód for tolls from all tjw St;ito Giinal^ sincjî the op<yn-ing of navigation to tlio 7th .of july, iiichi-' $fl02,82I,45  T AM prepareil to exhibit a stock of Mecban-leal'fools, such US Au;^crs¿ Chisels, SavVs, &.C., wiiieii, for su¡ierity of temper and beauty, defy WñípctitÍoií. Call arid cxahiTne, "whether you i.sh to puiebii.^eiip not. J. S. KING.  Aii-eltea; .April 11, I85t STotf  My Friends,  P you want a Chain Pump, call and buy one of ' It.. C, TERUY,  bo has Any quantity of them chcaper than the •brapcst.  ^ISlIlNti Tackle, ^comprisie}^ Linen, Silk, - ar.d Hair Lii es, Polc.s, Artiticial Flics, tkc. at the Hardware Store of J. S. KIN(}.  Sad Irons.  .. .Ne}y Ariic.lc,. wbieii ül>yiaíí5,tU.Q.nccQSs¡ty ' ^ of a holi.lerj u.'i iUe bandlu can-easily be de  t.aclicd, and kept cool.  J. S. KING.  P 0 A VINO Tools, will bo sold cheaper than ever at KINGS.  Stringa and Bridges.  y a.>.(>)li»eiit of linilnr ^nd 'Vi.çUn fîtrinr* "and « II) Ihn tiiwii. c.iti l.i> l'uiinH al J. II. Juwi-'ry I'.iiH'iitiiim, AUo l'Ilo.l.irsi'st lui ol S-day.'lSU-iii'il'ii ñilH A'.kìii t'lnrfc», îrl ïhu jaiiiü jituce—a fvw doors wi'»l,f llu! Kvih.ui-Uoiet..  .■\i.CH|,r.,. i-Nnv. . ifj^f  Welch & Brown,  Manufaituiers of Steam. j!n;;ines, Mill Gearings, IMows, and Castinj^s ef every d.escription. oij .Main street. Angelica, Nov. 22, 1SS3. 856lf  JLiiirdivuire-  , .. i'or iiilc-, and «Ul ti-l'ricM scili ba... Bs wì;1 ciitiitlv iiiid cfr-;iluany do  AWAY  wM c/iiue for hiu.li rms. "lid (lUl np IN JAITS TU I f t;UriTU.Mi:Ki3.-"^--lif J f. KiN«;.  r Aim oil., at ili.; Welisville Hnrij-  iviirc . '1\ L. S.Ml'141  11. Miles, Biacksîîiitli,  lo w.irk 111 nl'J 111..lidie „il. llijt wo.'k m  lU niil hív» (o lie t.ikcn to any other simji to T r r»;.«;» on Jjam t'i., a fovi dours ca&t of 1 t;.-:i iMní..a n.jUl. "  ■Aiipciita, jltceiiiiifr Ö. IfSI. ^ S3-lf  ^^í liL- liUiine»«. U ttd to liim or 11 I,,, tlio  nROrKi;UY,i:(.Ar-S t stone W.AKEs-rrch .rrivali  I1.1V0mi.l., ¡ny »ssoiliucut rti nodr riit«¡i¡et» aj ni;iT be. Tlifl.mel .Mîilbc-rry iv,,;?, (lie (.ci' P'no ,,nd tliu par» IV^sfs  in •citi, ♦» li.iñü. Also commun ware—(iLiífa. tejs, d«Pi> .Jiwicä, ^oupXouij . .\;).Uer , íi¿.í»íí.s, iíc, ti.  Also «Ione jufs., rrVservp j.irs, Inlier midcféim pot» and iiilcli-  l.iiile«(in.l¡.roiervy,jijhff., íjIIs, vinGji.ifs, cii-,t..rí 'fco." f « ile -.It til» l-nvesi poiiildä ü,;ijtr, jit il. .SIIERjVîN'.-î  ■ HiCAÙ Of NAVKJ.^TION ON TUtG, V. CANAL.  Nôw Goo4s I New Goods I î  yf H. VVIl^OS & tp.VhasiDj lait «pêDéd . Istgs .r.d JfiliiiTo ^.¿Î^"»*'" ^ eonnt», «vety »«riel» «f I» R V  GOODa, GÄOCEÄfEa.U ROCK cay. «ARÜ.W^RIi.Äe  Tñ^ ViHtije of J^fi^/Oft,  nowth« h«»J^of DívigalioVpnVhe Geneiee Vali« C«,nal, ii here»fténob«îl,e llt.dqairteri foi ir»de In lli» Stitr <>r Ai.çs6*i«T.iin.lihe New-Htore of \V. H. WII.apN lc"n07„ Ht ihB » Irt ïiiiï;! sra^nrHigtsf, ij HiWüntansied Ua^l Oi? »ils 11! îfôdi «nd côihiiîèifcî. Cow'f.iKirr«AÍ0llKADV Vit'.  Belfj«, 1S54.!  W. H. VVll,^QN ACO.  ■. - ' . ■, " fciigir  pAPER U^nenij*, ÄMßdiiw Shad»» »nd Window Paper * l-né Hoard Viej»»,#tc, foi sals cheap at>tli«  •íe. tatfiae STOßE.  Aiigtl'ca, Anril 21, 1834 - „ SÏÎ  QRINDST0NE8. (ertale by  and KING.  T«o jii^s iitidiir.S oiunlha old U  " Acre Ol winter wlieul ! 4  " " »l'"ng " i  " corn . 4  " " lia.lpy - 4  •• ..at, 4  " lialfucrc'ijriuilaKirS' 4  " " ll.it lurilips 4  " " " lula líügíU 4  " Kishrh nrre of inrroH... ^ 0  " Ten Itis l>mior 7)1 ndl.s 'J  <• " . •• p.icked in Muy or Juna 1  riiKin ul hiiHiir 3  " nil Um ofi-liei-íO 3  " II) " niai'lo »iii,Mr 'i  " l'low iir^üa in tho foonlf 1  " Iljrr»«r " Í  " llorierak*" •• 1  " Biidgr « .. f  " Twe heria esrrisg$rae4ef8S9«Bty 4  " Two horie «»(on •• " f  •• } hérM inmber w«fM " " » » t '  " Two horie h«rn*»t " ^ • •  •• On» •• •• • f 1  *' fair «f (Inf boot! 1  " •• coari* 1 »I  " " Wi-oUn itsiklai« ..... 9 Í W» V  •• " linon --ii-' "" »t Ih  •• in Tard^rräled «lolk ■ . * 1 » t  10 flann¿l t 1 »If  " 10 tiriindirjJlaiaflaBMl « tl •»  " CoTerlot . , . i I " » *  " Ufd nuiit a . l »I  Ditrretionarr Pfctniom« «rfral»o «fr«re(li—.....  JDllN J. UO0KAFEl,l,O*T, Bfls'X'  IRON AND STEEL,  IT diflcront kind», will b« sold very low f«r" GASIL  of the most desirable patterns in use comprislBg a full assortment of Cooking, Parlor and Box Stoves, combining all tho late impvovcmenti,. and can make it for ihe interest of any ona to-give me a call'befor'c puTchásíng.  TIN XNI) t^oppER WARE,  of every description on hand or manufactured at short notice, in a style that will comparo favorably with any eastern ware while tho price will be considerably lower. An esaminatrón öf my assortment is solicited, as I am coi ildcnt non® will leave disaatisfied in respcct to quality «s price. J. S. KING.  Aneeli¿fl, July 11, 1854. fiSStf  Leather Belting.  IHave rpceivi;il the agency of Bramill & Co.'« ctlehrn.ii'd Oak Tanned I-katiikb BlCLTlN« ^ am! shaU i(etp a full siock of w itlitiä from tí»-tS inches Strhig Leallier, Rivet's" Packing and cjiifiiaiilly on band. B. & Co., was awarded t ie highest premium for belling at the \V«ild'a Faifinl8i)3. 870tf J.S.KING.  Saws, Saws.  ff HAVE just rcocired a good assortment of * Mulay, Mill, Oross-Cut, Penon, CirQul»T, and Hand Haws, whieh aro tcarranted èxiperior to anything heretofore oflered in this tnarkot.— Sav. a of every description supplied t& ordsr^  J. S. KINO. Angelica, April H, 1854. 875 tf  i^TKEL llOES, handled, for 85 cents, at  KIV«  KINOU  lAlNTS ami OILS, cheaper than ever.  KING.  ¥N*r)iA RU1515ER Belting. i have just received ;i good supply of that article, S and ply^ whieh i offer at uiiumfacturera prices, adding transportation. j. S. king.  ELL and pistern Pumps at  king:3.  POTfKPS of WpOL WAN-ted, fpr w hich the hjgbert  market price In CASH, will bo p.'iid by  LEWIS, BURR i CO. An-chca, June 20, 1S)£)4. 885tf  a4dministrator3 Notice.  "l^OTICfi is hereby given that by virtue ofaj], ' ■ order of L. P. Wetherby, Surrogate of A|: legally county, all persons having claims agains^ the estate of llorace K. Teater, arc recpiired to lucsent the .same with tho proper voncheri to the subscribers, the admuiistratpr and adraini.s-trat rix of the decca.s-cd, at ¡the house pf Oliyer H. Perry, in the town ef Willing^ pnof before tho fii-st Monday of February next.—Dated July 25, 1654. ■DEfdGliT TEATER  . OLIVER H, mRY,. . -  &90ni6 Administrators tcc. of the deceased.  SherirsSale. "RNTIIE SUPREME COURT—John Bram-hall, vs. Selia Abbott.  Yirt.iie of one exyeution, issued out of tho Sliproine Coui.t,.uvlhGa.boviUiiUitied'eausej-to-mo---directed mid dcbvercd, against the goods and chatlies, lands and ttnements, and ^'oal property of Selia Abbott in my bailiwick, I havo ieia-cd and t.ikcn and will sell at public auction, on Wednesday the 30th day of August nest, at the Exchange Hotel, now kept by E. C. Hig-gins, in the village of Angelica, at 10 o'clock a. m., all the right, title and interest of the aai^ Selia Abbott, to a certain fartn situate in .tho town of Belfast, in the county' of .Allegany , wTiicli -ssiid farm is distingiiished by being J^ number fuTty-PGyeu iu township four, range first of the Uollmd Purchase, containing four bun; dredand forty five acr^, excspting thirty aorM ;o iUe sc^utb-wci^.fo.rRCir fif 8a.id lot, wbkh haif been therefore deeded to Aiiselica,'July 18,1864.  889tds by Jon« itonnca. Dap. Sh'ff  ; vldministrators Notice.  BYj)rdcr of L P ^ Surrogate of  ,__Allegany iojinty, nolififi jg bfrel)y giren  that air pereons having claims j^inst th« tale of Daniel Shaw, late ^f said county d«^-ed, that they aro re<]^ui,red to present the isame the subscribers .at .tbo house of Fanny SbaW, in the tpwjj of Angelica, in sàidÌ^onuty, on oi before the first Monday of Februaryi next—Dated July 2 Itb, 1854. \ GEORGE iUMMON, /  Adroraistratrix, ~ ' ~ ' * '   

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