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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

Tim iMPKMDiMi national pajiyeonrimtioui, occur 5 , :— • 1. Abolition " (ultra) National Convention, Syracuse; May 28. 2. Democrntio Natignal Convention, Cincinnati, June 2. " ' ~ - 3. Know-Nothinj (anti-Fillnvipp) Convention, New York, June 12. < " 4. Howard Anti-Slavery Coalition Convention, Philadelphia. Juno 17. ' 5. National Strai ght Whig Convention, Louisville, July 4. Tho Abolitionists proper, it wil| be jicroeived, head the list in point of time. Ftsif.—On Saturday mopim* last, tho largo steam sawmill of J. n. App A Co. Just abovo Selinsgrove, was found to bo on tire, and was principall y consumed. Loss about fctOOO, partly covered by an insurance uf $2,40() u\ tho Unjon Count y Company. A rrazy woman in the lubit ofsuukiug, was In tho ncighljorhood tho evening previous, and had not been seen near thcro sinco ; it is supposed she msy have communicated tho flre, and perished in tho flames Snyiltr County Journal- J . " A Tturi.n—The tVeemasons of New York intend b...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

Fokenmus*®* ",• - J: " The«teain«hlp America arrived at ' Ball- , fax on Thursday morning, with Liverpool date* tfftho 10th uit. 1 , ta« thrnewt poisci'' bcs do. gpecial importamfo, eXdcpt' that l^- . mors wore current, and fooeiired <6nvs crodehco, that tho Britisli QoveroBicnt irai iacllncd to givo way In tha positlort it htul assumed in tho controversy with'tho United States Government upon Central American allalrs, but the bcliof wan that Mr. Craropton would not bo recsllcd. Tho London papers had obtained what purported to be a copy of tho treaty of peace Tho contents of tho document accord mainly with what has been anticipated. The Russian Government ha» ordered the disbandonment of tho militia, and reatorod lights and buoys in tho Baltic. . Tho French army in to be immediately t>l. ccd on a peace- footing-, Tho trado accounts from Franco show Considerable improvement. Tho King of Prussia has ratified tho Peace Treaty; so has the Turkish Government. ' In t...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

A Pakis Kkw»I'ap«k-—The Prtssr, the journal of V.inile do Uirardin, publishes, by way of advertisement, a statement of its circulation in each jwr of its existence Iu 1836, fix months^after it was started, it reached a sale of 9,331, aud in 1837 attained the figure of i:!,200. Tho next year, in a s'riigglo will) tho co-alitioii nhjch united Thiera, Guizot, Bcrryer, alid ' Lcdru Rollin, itcamo near receiving its.death-blow; its circulation fell to 2,300. Still, under the ban " ci"f this coalition, it rose Jii ' _1839 to 'J f>, r >0, anil from that time Steadily incrcancd ti> lO. STO iu 1844. The enUrgeuient of tho sheet the next year raisld its circulation to 2'2,'.I71. There wss an increaso df nearly 3,(11)0 tho next yonrV and tha popularity of ilHopjKisilimi to Unixot the year after gave it 7,000 moru. But it wasiiot till after tiie Revolution of February, with its abolition of tyeslanip tax, and tho great increajo in the circulation of all the journals whi...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

Wb ssk TirAT AitsAKUKUKKTg lave betn ma-le by which parties who wish to see tho lam! of ' the Kidgensy Company can go at one timu. A stage leaves Tyrone every Wednesday morning. Wo would suggest that persons who cannot go themselves would appoint a Committee. It will be a beautiful ani( .interesting trip, and from all n heir we believe that visitors will ho well satisfied and highly gratified. It is muoh better to aettle In oar oirn State, where it la healthy, and a good cash market, than emigrating to the far West. It is claimed tlia ' t this is u garni as any Western land, being limostono soil, and being underlaid with bituminous coal. Parties can easily satisfy thepuclvcs, and we recommend th^n to go. , ~ < ¦ Uloodt Duci..—We learn that, on Saturday last, a duel was fought on the line of North and South Carolina, lwtwcen Dr. W ! lkins and Mr. Planner, a commission merchant, Itoth of Wilmington. North Carolina. On the first tire, ti|P ball of tho latter ci)£ ofl a part ...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

®fe Wat dmn BgHAI.UIaxMIJITaTIUXTOJU.il. t HENRY HATS, 1 »*,,,«« * WIEN FORNET, ) "P wo *'« . _ ;.. "; ,J_ ¦ BELLlil'ONTB, PBNNA. . ^»nHX»t>AT, HAY II, t»SO. To States and CorrMpondMits. IXQi'lftnit. —" I< il true l/int in this State prisoners under sentence of death -#re al-/owed every tndutycnM they ask far, (as to di<lt, if c.) iikI if not, irficncc the not inn ? It is ijMti a prevalent one." ll_u_iht ciufi>/n to rtlot the. severity of tht rults in regard to the diet aliened prisoners after 3?rtfe«fe ttf dcitU ,' but thts docs nut extend it to " every indulgence." ' Motive* of ;C.oinpas\ian cyusc the adoption of thii ' pohe-y. * It is perhaps icell enough, altheugit u Inn much the afpth\anc« of fattening vp tht iiwltfactor for txecution-MlkBSltl'Mi—/' it a mistake tn suppose that cttlar m the mutt durable of nil IFixuto.' In /hat quality it rcJtinol compere with the Cy* j rrsi ai a tiuitdiu" uot>-t. For posts sunk m the ground, iCihrr m hr...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

,\[n.i|-kM, .vot Jf«i^.—The rrankfort (Ky.) Yfoitian thus alludon to tlie devotiun of the Democratic party to mcasurrji, ami their long, uniuterrupled adherone^ to. prinpl«> Ki appeant in gratifyina; contrast to to thft present miserable pretence of the Know-Nuthing oriler to find in Fillmorc- a sulMcieut platfurm of principles : " ' Measure*, not men,' has ever been the n* "' uvord and Ijattlu cry of tho l>emwracy. ¦ -it wo-rtfivi 1 won nrny victorie.v—snd wrti for true rrpnblrranism has It be^u so. A bii wlrito feather, a pair of top boots, and brass, epaulets, or a mere name, may uervc our opponents for a platfunn, but the old Democracy despise! auch man-worsiiip and idolatry. Our party is rich in names that' s^o an honor* to the ago ami nation ; yet no one of th«w, if w* ha«l our choice, would we be willing U) accept as a platform, or to acknpu ledge as tlw # nolo cmuodimant of our iKilitical principles, or tho' bttjy leader who could carry t|(« Democratic bann...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

Wc^tkhn Fabus.—Au exchango says that '¦x-Mayor Curtis, of Chicago, has< l retired on a rarm of 3,000 a:-rc«, which cost him, altoirf Uir«* years ago, S2a,tX»tK - TheW «ro th« fanmi of the great Went—litmcly. tw;o and a half mile* square, and n1th fielils UAt yield !)0 ,0OO bushels of wheat, aud 1W),QOO biuhels «f corn: and orchards of 5, (KK) peach lrce«, and 1^00 ipjilo! . Tiik FtaHT (ivs rnoH Dklawaiui.— At the municipal election held in Wilmington. Delaware, on Tuesday last, tin S^oiaocrals cl«c(«d their futire ticket by eighty majority Last year Mw Know-ligthiogs carried Wilnunatou . by about three hundred mn- %lKCHAV\c* 'WANTf»).-kW« are infomie' that the 1 meeMnics of Ohlcago are not in anftViciit namberstd meet tit* increased demand for (Jieij- labor, and that builders Wvo already boen «binprilcd to imd Bast for an *dJit><wwl miuiljcr: Carpenters, especiall y^ arc in deOAnd-. ' , '

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

Akotiiir I'ruhivent Whig wiiu X'r. By the proceedings of tho United Slates-Senate , wo perceive that Hon. J. ' l'. llenjaniin, Whig Senator from ^ 4 mri«iaita > on Friday laHt avoiVedhis determination to support hereafter the Democratic, us the only party whose, principles are bail d upon the constitution. We make tho ' following cx .tr»ct frum his speech: . "In dBndemning the Amirican party, he remarked that It wap now poucrlesH, for anght but mischief and lq' help the Republican party, tho contest lieing narrowed down between tho latter and tho Democracy , and the Whig party being extinct, he declared hi* purpose to lie , to join tho Democratic psrty, and to use his utmost cfjorta to ensure its success, following the example of better and abler nun than nimself. lie predicted that in ils triumph the I'onstituljon would be secured, p>od feeling restored intolerance) rebuked, tho equality of llui .StateH maintained, the comer stoue of the governmental fabric preserve...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

IlXIXOK PtKOCBATg; SfATB C()NV|j<*10II. —_We learn from WiSw that tho Democratio 8taio Ovnrention which aascmbled in Springfield on Thursday last, nominated W. A. fiichanhton forUovcnaor. The confidence thus evinced in Co). Kichardson by the Deroocraeyof Illinois is Hilly shared " by the Dcmecncy of thf whole tjUnibn. Tho Democrata w>tf triumph over all opposition and all oombinaiions at tire coming election in Illinois, b y anjovenrhehaing majority, thefe can be * no I reasonable doubt. The election of Col. RUmardson well b» the triurfpii ' of a great principle, with which his name hat been, and must continue to be, associated. Colombia Bank,—The tiortroor -has signed Uio bill passed granting an Increase of $250,000 to tho capital of in* CWnmbU Bank.' v \i " " V'V ' '"> ' '

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

.A (iHN'Tj.icKAH in.Aj-kniMii) has niade a preicntol aa '"inoiensa AaV«rican «agle" to the editor of the Ijouisville Jaw!, and the aaid cdiknr promises substantially to r*> lease tUe aebU bird on th« rfoction of Mr. j FiUmorc ito the Presidency. That poor bird isimfrisonrffcrlnV. ¦: GREAT DEMOCRATIC TRIUMPH IN PJUfMl/lSWUIA!. , Wo announced : by Telegraph, tn patt of our iWt week's edition, tho glorious result of the electionin I'hiladdphiaiheld on Tuesday, tho Oth Instant, which was one of the gi"««*- tflt, political rovolu^na this hail cver«ccurredlu this couiltry. Two years ago, tho secrot Kuow-Nothing organixntlon, then in tho height o ' f^ils power, carried the consolidated city by ovor 8,000 majority; now cvci y candidate ou tho Doinocratio ticket i* elected by an avcrago majority exceeding 4,000, together with a large majority of Democrats to tho City Councils, Board of Health, &c. Tho people Wso in thoir majesty nnd might, and rebuked ., ^ho imbecility, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

Ia^*a iabm wrmnr the ebach POTTIfflfoOAI. tAra%»k«>o>iiy,»»n«ln(rdr lown*hlp, Ponri«ylr»nl»,|i»™»lo> Klvlng n farm "f ii «oro» f6r$2OO,rmjr»M«<*«.* n«'»ini<"it» of.»t por neoleor at Uw wo r<t*-tanihly. Farina of M, 7(, 100, or moro ooroiaaJobuiSln proportion. lincb farm fwwita unoa n road thlftj foot \tldth. THE SOU, i» b rich U«Wtono lonm, anil espoololly adaptod to pulllvittloo, W "I la tmlher billy nor stony, but gontlr-rottUlg «r fino tftblo land. Around and through thlapWlHrly Ulcroare nlrtnily some 20,000 aoroa ijruliStaOffJ^'wVi .Wll.iHIorUlitjt hiu boon ontiJilldiod (jrot<\ UUI crup» produood.—" Uuon thla dubjept it. Is eaty to bo fully mtinnWT Tbcro i« « roady cosh m»rk*t for proiliMo wbloh la muoli boltor Ihnn Irado. Itt» <h» UHKAfKST. ai luifil of a simitar quality U »»Mn|f ut much liigliPr prioei adjolnlug,mid inpwjlaljjajcli nacontalna ooul TJIECOAL.— Tbia. in piuWnlnr is (lie Ooal Dl»- trlot, sororal voinnun...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

A AViioi.k Family i.v Hravkn.—The following eloquent passage is from tho pen of AllHrtllnrms; "A nliolc family in lliaveii! \Vrio can picture or describe the rrerlnslitig j oy. No one ia alwcnt. Nor father, nor mother, nor son, nor daughter ore away. In <hc world below tluyr »ro united in faith and love, and joy. In the morning of tho resurrection they ascend together. Before the throne they Ikmv together in united admiration. On the banks of tho River of Life, they have, commenced a career of glory which ahull be everlasting. Tlicro is here* ^Clur to bo no separation in that fjunily. No ono is to lie down on a bed of pain. No one lo wander in tcniptatior.. No one to sink into tho nrms- of death. Never in Heaven is that family to inovu along in the ,*low procession, clarjMn the habiliments of woe, to consign ono of its members to the tomb, fiod K rallt tllllt in h' s infinito mercy every family may lie thus united." Ma. David I'jkIr died "at Ann Arbor, (Mich.,) lately, in...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

JAMES H. RAITKUr, ¦ ^ ATTOHNRY ATf.^ir. ' ISELI.JIFONTJ?, PA. WHXIAM H-ltliuS; ATX0IINKY AT T.AW T l / l:l.l.KF0NTR , PKNW uracfl with lion. Janiei T Ifnrn. nov29 mTr MAcitiuniii' ' ATTOItNEY AT LAW Atlenda to eolleutlons In Contro, Cliuton and Clearfield eounliot. AT*> ~ "l?ooda, Mgrlfr^ijfts, to., logally drawn.-. Tennt modcrMo. (Juice with Jamei Mncraanut P«.( . lJ»llof,mlo, Pa., linlVtr JV IEDICAL EAKTRERSHIP. -DE ATi (1KO. L POTTi'lt, ha»lng u«Miata<l with Mm in Ino prtv^tioo of mmliuhio, l)r. J. B. 111ITVUEIJi, tiny offer fliail- profcsoloual aorvlcol to the oltfjona o.' Bellofonlo and vicinity. When noora-.""rv.tbii uareaiitUu* at+enttorfof tottlWlftUii «Ti en " mthont.A'Mlltlnnnl rS irge t '^'lT i Hitoholi'a inidoncaj II Mrs JVnrrer'< ni-lIefMi!!). _. ' ( . deoIJMf; G£i iDESflBTRY.^rD. WIITOATB, < -aIX" SUnuKON" nnd JirCHANfl'AIf DKN-' Tf>T, would inn mi Im fiiends awl ,),«nina tliat ho Iim prruaan«iit<y l,M-al».l in Itailefruto,...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

A DIALOGUE. —- Joli'i- (Io.-d n:ciiii[ij( How are you? Strani^rr—Uovd nmriiinjj, |ir Can yiu loll me Kbiir 1 clin llud tbockeuinat I'.LADt hade Clotii l>«l, ami (lie betil ' John — Yea air WV hr.ro rt rnullrr of afliA ololbln«;r,lore«,in Jltllcfonlo, but IKUC MAY in bit cli^aiil tttore baa li.o but ai. ' l uhci[ e*' Flringer—V.'t-ll, ao c\ crj loJv i^yi in lUc country I dnl no*, know but that wn '.fro nnaUkm, n 1 thought I would inquire of you town folliJ. John — What kind of Clothing do yra wi-h to " h. " in/:"~Why, I should like to ban- a fvA ]>ti\s t..>.it, I'anis *tt*4 Vijtlforniyi If, Ki.d tome d"tliiii>J for my bo\a. Jttliii—WvU, Isj.io Mny Ibrj-tiy. b4»suBe uicsl rtoilhiut IJrcw Coma fioni SH down to •I.dbo Uttrr Hummer fin'ij nnd ivc/ythlng olso In proportion, and loti 'if i-brir, ,1 ,th»|i;; for t«ys FlT.liir'i —Wbat about l.».li.«,' DrcsOuu.ls' JAu IVby, Mny baa the best assjrtruTt of Silki. I>« I.Hiua, Luwiib, CaJicovc, Ac . iu khort u...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

jr. swrKKn. " j. s. dkll. ¦p ECKEE & DELL, JJ MiHt'rACTIIRPHS Atn WHOL^tAXP DKAI-RR8 IM OMTHINn, No. 16+>forth T1HRI) Street, ' Jan30-3in ,,. Philadelphia. '^ifllSS^ CONRAD & WALTOJf, M^^HHrT lMronTp.itna wholesale dialerbin fSBSSSH ilAltDWAKK, CDTLKRY, *o., 225 MAIUCBT SmKKT, decl2-ly , VniLADELrniA. J I). Bonitn. \v"». J. Sxith. M X^j J- D- BOBVER ft Co., ^^ TOItACCO, HNUFP AXU BRtfAJlS, No. 0 North FIFTH Stro«t, nbor* Murkot Hlreot, duol 0-] y I l mi,4DEM*rHA. § C0WEAD, E0BEET8 & CO., Importers noil J>eAlQrlJll - HAlUTWXfe. CITTTiiaiY, tlUNS, »o , No 123 Norm TIIIllI) rStrml, Phllnrielphla ' lUunr Conihd, ¦ d. \V. YAhm.KY, O»o. II. UnnrjUTa, J. H. SsLtrKR, . J T IUkk jan30-0m ~ r\ ~ s71)7bteaub^ Tr.}~ Vi/ n. * W C. I(ID1)I,K I Co. Tiniiortersnnd PkuIoh In Forolim nml Doroettifl n.iuntvAitE, cuiuirzY.i-riTiSH, AND UKAVY GOODS No, 47 MAUKKT Stroot, and I „„, No 22 aud 21 JONES' Alley, ' n "* D1: iruu rttlllT DIDDLH, \V. C BIW)I,K, W.I.1-6ii...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

V0E Kf ABI&BTA nni'onTj|b 7 wi«KMt to* tub p» moo ratio watch-- 'MAI, IYJIX. J, KBA^HK, { w _~__EiiiAAMLrnu, May 1? P. M, 1 Fi.Ol'K-—the market Wflrm bat tho ojiport dc* mnnd la limited, and ntandard shipping brnnda am ftUior«aaroe *t$6 por bbl., whioh Is the uniform ^Whln^i-ateq—thcholno'^adj art buying iuoUwrote ly at from $0 to $7 for common retailing brands and extras and $7.60u$9.60 per bbl. for fanoy lots. Ryo Flmir In rather, lower, and a flalp of &00 bbl*. waa mado at 4$.tR2k (3orn moal Is steady, with furthvr 0u.\ob of 700 bbls. Ponna. motl to note at $2.50 nor bbl. tlrcihi cfjnips in no^rly, aad prJirloWhoat is rtaroo and wanted- Bales only reached from 1600 to 1800 bu. nt $1,46 a$l t (0, mostly at Ibo latter rato f. ' ir ohoico rod , nnd $l,6fl ^^ Opjorjajr to^ood whiti. Ryo Is moro active, and about 7000 bus. Poonnylvanfa nnd Weatorn have been takon at 72 cents afloat; some lots d^Hrerod at that rato. Cornmbots with it fulr demand, ard sotno 8 h f...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

nv imii hth\ u RPHfial'hlt ^ ATTESTJ Olir FAHXEBfl, AND ALL OTHKIlrl INTKItfc'HTJSDJ , VOKN SiriiLLKMi' Tho undortignod ica[>cetfullT Infonoi the Farm, era and tho public generally or O«ntio county, tbut be ia now mariufaoturlrra lh» niWUlI AND BKADYCOBNH1IKM.KB, Oua of tho best, mott oonveni«nt l ^dutal'I' 4 . *nrt at tho aarne time, tho moat «OJry ruonllll; alMiIleVH eier offered to Iho puhlle It will ah«l| gr6en nnd dry Corn, ,-leaiiiii^ Ibo cobs from pod lo end, and tepnraliliglliein from Iho Corn. [ ••'WarrrinUHl u. run easier than nuvtlierr'lntiler isi tho United States or olsowherofoi tlio onliiitltyof Oom shoUrwI ponlay' It IS ootl»tnielrd wftb tw« wanks si that, Ino (icrsoils oun'litni II, nnd aboil from 2110 lo .1(10 hiudiiihi per day. It can aljo bo BlUolmd to boiai- powen Call and H,)o tboin ht'foro purpllMlnp r.ny oth,*r, at I on> cortnin >on will Ih> anUfftoil with lliU DANTKl. DtSRR, Drllof.nto. ('^[ttiiirATBf. We, thn underM^ned. havo ...

Publication Title: Democratic Watchman
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Watchman — 14 May 1856

JLOVAX. IW*MLWC«l<lt)K Tim Bsllwonw Dwiociutio Own will meet »t tlicir- Boadirjg Boom (m Sfttunjity »YciilDgnext.. Members arc requested to be in »Hon<l»noo na bu«inc»g or interest trill bo {rai£a£tc<l. . "' , ' Kksdmid Bimuness.— Mr. T. P. Itonlich has resumed luminous at his old stand on AHoghony Street, where ho will bo found fff^amM th<>Wt Msortcd stocks of Boots, 8hpe«, (Uitcre, Ac, to be found in this hmtion. Mr. Doklich is dstehiiimbq to pi.kabk. To Farkkks akp (rfifuBS intkre3tiid.— The commercial and business column of our j>»pcr -to—•pen—to- any ono making tv good suggtmtion In tl)nt dopartinent. Any extraordinary yield pf grain, or anything that may bo of interest or benefit in a business way to the community, will receive an early insertion. ¦ • Mb. Gko.Loub, formerly ofCcnlreconnty, lias erected a beautiful hotel in Freeport, Illinois, for the accommodation of the public. Cilizciuiof Centre county passing through Illinoi...

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