Newspaper of The Democratic Advocate, January 3, 1867, Page 2

Newspaper of The Democratic Advocate dated January 3, 1867 Page 2
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TIUTHSIUY. fA? UARg^. VcpT The year IHj| ban hu*-foiic like all its hj preMpmorfl, wjrer niDrc lo rutm*. The now year ftf 186 - now fciaim* our attention, soon to ran its j coarse ami wake way io Uru for anoth er. The advent of a New \ oar is gen erally a matter of rejoicing among the ' young and the prosperous ; but to the ; aged and the afflicted it comes with twouniftd significance. They are rc- ( minded that time rolls away on rapid | ♦\Ools. and soon must bear them lo j that bourne, whence there is ho return Hut wlty should it ie gloomy even to‘ such ? If they have heeded the lessons t>f religion and virtue, declining yean* or j failing health should excite no unpleafi-, suit apprehensions. They should rather I be cheered by thaproapcctof soou rc th ing a laud whore they will again fl uir ih in iminortul youth. We wish ;dl our readers a happy New Tear, and many a return of the some ; and when at last they fail on earth, may (bey have j a happy outruuco tea boiler life which is not measured by the flight of years, j or iutcrrals of pain. The Supremo Court. Of late years this Court has been gradually passing into the bunds of the ' Uapublicun party, and it was to bo ox* J peeled that its decisions in political oa- 1 scs tinctured in that way ; for 1 wvcrythiug io our country has become ! uo political of late that wo naturally cx- [ JK*ct to sec men always think as their party want them to do. Hut this Is not j always the rule. Wc have had sonic • eminent instances of lofty patriotism, such as President Johnson and Mover nor Swann, and wc haranow reason lo hope that the highest Judiciary body in our laud can be conservative enough to disregard party prejudices and threats. [ It is understood that a majority of the : uftte Judges hare decided agoiusl the 1 validity of military trials of cilucus un-1 connected with the army, in places where the civil Courts cun beheld—and j this whether in time of war or peace.**- 1 This was decided in tbo case of Milli- 1 guu from Indiana. It completely viit- i dicates the Democratic doctrine main- J faioed throughout the war under dis couraging circumstances. During tbo war it was more excusable to overleap ike constitutional barriers, as the pica : of military necessity was always at hind, and the right of the individual was noti apt to be much regarded when the [ litc of the government was in danger. - Now, it is high time for that dreadful uHraK’iu to be stopped,, which docs not, appear to have learned that the war is over, and that there is no danger to the < country any longer except from them selves. Too- much importance cannot be attached to this decision, as it not ■ only shows that despotic power has j found its last limit, but leads us to hope that the Judicial, as well as the Kxccu- \ tive, Deportment of the Government, can be relied on to check the wild usnr j pat ions of the 1 regulative Department. I.OtUTY. Wc tliiuk there U some misnnder-1 stumling m regard to the meaning of i tbo word “loyalty" as used by the Proa idoat. Some think be concedes to Con gross the right to delude from their 1 seals in Congress all who have ever ad hered to the .South in the late rebellion, j Wa do not so uuderstaud hint. Ho be- , Hexes the entire people of the South. I who have laid down thoif arms, fatvc ceased to plot rebellion against the au thorities of the nation. aad manifested a sincere desire to be restored to their former standing io the Union, arena longer > liilaja f, but worthy to be trusted with nil the rights of self government, and of course With the right lo repre sent their people when elected for the purpose. lie should not be presumed to raejn that the right of Congress to judge of the election and modification of its members ind-dei the right to ex elude fur disloyalty In former times,- under circumstances which have passed away, and have carried With them every vmtige of that disloyal feeling. That would indeed be yielding up the whuff ground claimed by the Budicub. who seem to think thst to be once a rebel is to be always a rebel, nod wmatd carry their unebariiable doctrines to the ex tent of perpetual disfranchisement — j Tht President means only to concede to Congress the right la exclude continu ing Bebcia, those who olcarly ooate ( Congress in bad faith, not for the pur pose of sustaining the Union, and Us i govefnment. but rc-nfly Car their over, throw. From ail.he has arid and done •ado not see hew any other conclusion wiw be arrived at-; add we have, go doubt, when occasion offers, he all) so. * explain bilm-clf > . j; j, . vf.O lipmraot .Swann, Ideuteaaul Cover, not Co* and Superintendent of lustrw lion Van Bukkolen, who enmpoes the test oath. or tuy other oath, ass rwg'i'-. aite condition to entitle him or horde receive a eeitifisata or to ha employed ns a teacher in any of the pubtfs schools Thu. expiree this petty tyranny. < liiiit of 111 S t ttc*, aiT [ (iCfi. Scheook and Thud Steven a lately drnomu-ed this Slate in Congress on j that account—the latter threatening to ; have Congress to take charge oi the ; State nod give it a republics form of i government, lie seemed to take it for i that this Stale had r*eeilly (enacted this law to take advantage of. i the cidored man, and have shiver? re vived under the exception In the eon* slitutioual amendment allowing nmH uuUry servitude only for crime. So I far friHM this being the cone the law of Maryland is nn old one, having been , passed in 1835. amended Irt ITOB, ch. I I. end in ch. !<•<;, *,,, as 4 iimUo it du-erctmuarj with the Judge to have them sent te the penitentiary, or : sold—a number of the present Icadfrig j | Radical* of the State voting for the law , us at is at present. The State hue keen { ter years under Radical control, and yet they did'tioC'tttp proper to slier it. Wl 1 hope it may ho altered so the same ’ punishment may he meted out to black and white alike fur the nuo offence.— i ft was a decided advantage for the man of color; but if our State is to bet rented to harshly on this account it would bo well to tho cause of complaint 1 quiokiv. I A writer in the Xut, lnhUttpHcrr 1 from Annapolis, gives the following ac- 1 count of the ease. Dick Harris was indicted fur larceny 1 of twenty pounds of beef from hutch- 1 era shop in Annapolis* The offence i was fully proved by two of his colored companions who saw him take the prop erty, and it was found by the owner where Harris had concealed it. The : judge before whom the case was tried, i after a patient hearing, pronounced him guilty, which was no news to Harris, ns \ be had admitted that he took the prop erty, hut- insisted lint he Was so much intoxicated at the time that he was not 1 refponaibic for his act. if he had pos sussed 4 white skin the judge would have been tereud. to send him to the ( penitentiary for a term from one to fif teen years. Hut availing himself of the discretion committed to hint by the ;. act of 1801, he ordered Harris to be! l sold within the State ter six months.— i i The awful sentence was carried into ef feet, and the innocent sufferer was i bought b; bis brother for 6f>o, and is at large working as his own master in I Annapolis for $8 a week. The practi-1 1 cal mult of the whole affair is. that for : , a crime which would have consigned ■ i white man to the penitentiary, Dirk | Harris was fined SSO, more than one- } half of which he says he has repaid to, I his brother already from hisoarninjrs.— When the sentence was aum winced lie j was grout ly delighted, and I suppose ho would hardly thunk any au)mrservicea- 1 kie friend who *-lion Id contrive to have bis .sdutenee changed ( U conUiiement iu | the penitentiary. At the session of the court at which I' liiis sale was ordered, n prominent 1 member of tho bar, who is distinguished j 1 ter his seal mi behalf of the* negroes.' and who is believed to he tho retained counsel of the Frecdtnen’s Bureau here, repeatedly appealed to the court to or der the sale of some of bis free negm 1 , clients who had been convicted, and the prisoners earnestly joined in the request. It was represented that the penitentiary 1 was filled to iu utmost capacity; that : i there was no way of employing n large , number of those already there, aud that i a further addition to the number would 11 endanger both the health ami safety of the inmate*. In pronouncing sentence I the judge. in addition to tbeao coui-ide- , rations, elated that an there were cir- { cunistaneen of mitigation in the eaae, ami ; an Harris waa the aon of a very reaper- ' table ul j colored woman, well k nowii in this place, ho wuuldsave him from the i contagion of evil association in the crow ded priaon. and affix (he lighter! pun ishment in hfa power. Thin provision of the law hi* always been regarded ad it merciful one. amt the late .lodge Brewer, whore worth and micuniproim.- ing loyalty are known to erery one wha knew him constantly ordered nach sales where there were mitigating eircum atanecs aulhorixtng the exeetise of lent- ( ty towards the primmer. ( At the aantc session of the court I ■ aaw an elderly whtlo man. with a wife and five children, threw of them of tun d.T year*, rontcitwd to the penitentiary fW'cighfHtn waatka, dti a conviction fitV? larceny—the only' proof of hi* guilt whrthy of notice Wing tiir possession of stolen jkfophttyone week alter fta lore. Thin man positively ilcnied hi* guilt, and produced to (lie judge ccrtiScatei of good charticldr from some of the mosi [-romiufnr ciiixens of Washington, one nt whom Kfajwl that hehmk trusted him with Ihnnrunda of duHkVt. and’had c. tire doplidcnee in hi integrity - Hut a< 4 Ihe juty had found him guilty ami he happened to he white, the Judge had no alternative estewpt to coniine him in the jenitenthlir. ado he is now intmnrcd in lla damp rittl.C, hir fjhiily left to straggle for iupprn‘l a. they hoot ipay- And all this timtf lti- k Harris who ircrer denied the CumniWfoW of the larceny, am whose only attempted excuse wa that bo was 1- i-ily drunk, ia al large, mak ing go-si wajtM itnd enjoying hi* liberty, wftC;di?tinsf.!*l&d Aeinbor? of Con preak arc Ijnnortlilitlng hta name. '.WfW.ts(t‘nr )*->>* T.t*:—The I Phlia.l.' Kvaaiag lUllct.n (radical) f ina'ie.-hat-who mbs! Oiioeinu and odi • oh* of all tasea, tha income lew, should |be re ate* rd f At Ike tinw H wsa iau. (red, ft wan tha general undemanding | that it wan (weatlaHy -Nriwporary, and a i rear or tea-.mould sue IU end, lia j Lowly amount. (nado iu. n, (-ingle pay j rn-nt, iu natoe, and tfw [ paMioity given to private effiwtw, all Imfi lp make it an especial subject of dislike. It should ha thy tlrat repealed and ui many uthars a# poem We ahould follow aftor?' An Interesting Hook. The Rational I‘ublishirtJ Company, No. 6# Minor Street Shiladolphia, have aMt U mine specimen shot*, ui ken i* advtuiiv. from a new Bunk' to bo issued by Iby in, entitled. '■ Ai.IXAItiHR 11, ttKPUKiUA in Public and Private, with Letters, Speeches” ic,by llcorj Clerrlaud Kst,. (formerly Editor of the Anguato Oa. ComtifutioiintinO 1-ong before the entrance of Mr. Ste phen* into Cougr(pw Ilia fame aa an ora tor had overleaped the bmiudarius of (its native State, and on hia appearance in the National legislature, he became c k'brated throughout the United States aa tbo most eloquent s|ieaker in the iloose id Representatives, having |ier hapi no peers in the Union, aeve in that triumvirate of giant intellect.—Clay. Calhoun and Webster. * .Mr. Stephens —yet in the manhood—re tSains almost he last of those groat men 1 who strode across iho stage of the lie public'll* the noonday of her intellectu al greatness, ami who yet draw the gaze of tliu world to the tccuca they rendered sacred. The writer of this book has long boon the intimate friend of the great South ern statesman, is personally familiar with his public and private life, and has scon him iu bis inspired moments, both in the forum of debate and at the social board. Mr. Stephens has given his consent to, and approval of, the preparation of this work. The writer has had free and unrestricted access to all of his lit- j crary treasures, consisting of valuable documents and the correspondence of thirty years, with the great intellects of: the f*nion. He also speaks ith grati tude ol the kind assistance rendered by ' Mr. Stephens in the preparation of the book. The proof-sheets have been cure-1 fully examined by him ; therefore the 1 reader may rely upon a work, not only , per/trt and rompfrtr in all matters iu , which the reading public can feel an interest, but also strictly accurate in the ‘ rnort minute details. The Publishers have labored diligent ly to produce a book absolutely unex celled, both in superiority of material and beauty of typography, by any thing yet issued from the press, and hope for the liberal encouragement, nut only of the reading public, but from that great lever fur moving public opinion, the newspaper pres#. It will not be fur sale in the book-j stores, bnt is published and sold only by *uheeription; and therefore an Ayenl it carry County in desired. The work will be comprised in oe 1 large volume of about 809 pages, and will soon be ready for delivery; uud the numerous applications for agencies as sure a ready and very extensive sale. Address National Publishing CV, 507 Minor Street, Philadelphia, Pa.- J. II JdUos, Agent. We will publish sonic extracts from the work hereafter. Ocean Ynclil Race. A race across the Atlantic from New York to Cowes, England, Was lately made up between (he owners of throe Yacht*, for $90,000. The vessels were j the •lleuriota,” the “Floctwing,” and the “Vesta.” There Was great interest taken in it at New York, whence they started about Jjc 12th. of December.— Ry the Atlantic Cable we learn that the race was won by the ‘‘Henrietta,” owned by Janies Gordon RenikcU Jr., ol the New York Jterafd, which arrived on the -stk of December, making the trip iu 13 days 25 hours and 58 minutes, and beating the Fleetwing 8 hoars 15 minutes, and the Tesla 0 hours 45 minute*. The weather was rough.— The Fleetwing had six of her crew washed overboard in squall, two of whom clung to the rigging and were saved. They Wore received with great honors by the English, who appear to have taken groat interest in the race.— The Queen invited the Boya) Yacht Club of England, with the visiters os their guest*, to dinner at the Osborne House, where she Was staying fur a few They arc also invited to Part*. ? CwarMalea.l exaralaui. Quite a number of Congressmen; da ting the recess, mailed themselves of an invitation given by tbo Souther. Rail Hoad companies fur a free nCor sica tot lie South. '4 key visited ChaU ■tonga, Nashville, Memphis Ae At Iho last account they had been to,New Or* leans, and left there on the uightof the iSOlh. December, to return. Thor* art .a number of prominent Radicals among them; such as Mr. Wade and Gen. Howard. They have bee. received by th. people vtrj cordially, ami it i* (bought Unit this, together with the ac tual view of the desolation In the South caused by the war, may Live a favorable effect .a the Radicals Another party has-been o. a visit to Richmond, Petersburg and Norfolk. The committee of three soot to inves tigate tbo lot. Mow Orleans’ Riots hare reached there and comwencedl their la bors, Mr. Boyer of Pa i* iho Domo oratio member in plain of Mr, McCult tough of M 4. who dot-lined. I'l aarTho of Maryland ami oa Wodoeoday th. Suit inst. The Qovornor'e Moesegn we preaume will be delivered to day. • CommHHieatfd. i mMOMiKB Cliunh Mir. A C'rfirfu wise man hik *ad-— i *TVll m* ’ what kifli of hotww you hW in f Aow'tt or iNßghlKjrhood, and I will tU Jo ; how it HMtcoiUted.” IJrhoi* St irmild Ml bo amiit 16 ajqily ihit Jpßnctpl* lo Churokt*. x * # Whiltl • know, kowever, that nrfipiou i* nighljr esteemed aiioTovod br many in our Uiy, wrMtiw mmw liiao also know, that wr are sndlv wanting in t'hurvho*. The Protestant I’hurrb Kdffire* of oar itrivia? town are very mneli inferior to those of many ' much inmlU’r towin'. 1 Tu this want, at U*>t tmrtially, a neiv |-iuh.*mu Ch|irih lm*lm .o*rHmJU‘*d ami it jpving forward. It is* admitted fiy nil that Uii* LtUficv, bum i | .remold ■ wu'P. will Iw an omaincnt to onr (fiij uml will MitHv)C} lamented for many yean*. To further till* rutcrjrUc, and to tecuie additional meant, It. Is eontein|dutcd to haM a Fair in (Mtl Fellows' Midi, Westminster, to begin om thr I'Mk o/ Frbmorg nrxt. I A preat many active and etheient hands , have taken hold of this matter and arc pusli inf it rapidly forward. A pood many val , nuble articles have already been made and many prommU given. And judging from 1 the mtiiAHul sue* ess with which our solid ling Committees have mol in town ami i through the country, we conclude that not I only the Lutheran members, but also those , of other denominations, are anxious and reso/red, that the new Church shall be fin i tidied aud paid for. | It i contemplated to make the Fkir large. ' und u great suco and from the present enthusiasm o)anifestud, we entertain no doalrts of haring oor cxpoi-tation* realized. As there are but few persons in this town and viddity trt whom this Church will not prove to be a benefit, a convenience, and a blessing, we hope our friends will continue i to remember us in their sympathies and I with thoir means. Wc thank you for all you I hove done for us, and have confidence that we will be able to thank you for •till more in the future. A full corps of officers and hoard of man agers have lieen elected, to whom is entrns ! led the superintendence of the Church Lair, j President—Kini,v J. Uinkhaht. ! Vice President—Mrs. Ansa Ha inks. j Secrclary—Mrs. Oku. Treasurer—Mrs. Jknsr Hkiksmukr. Hoard or Managers. J Mrs, Jno. K. Smith, Mrs. Geo. Shnefler, 1 Mrs. l)r. I killer, Mrs. Dr. Rinehart, Mrs. Louisa Horn, Mrs. Nunamaker. ! Mr*. Jo*. Shaeffcr, Mrs. Dr. J.J. Weaver, 1 To either of the above named persons, or tteles or contributions of ony kind can he i given or sent, An In Ur on (lug Case. On Saturday last au in to routing case whs brought up for trial before John A Simtnoni Kuq., a Justice of (be Peace in this city. It was nu action for dam ages brought bv Mr. Hamilton Lindsay, a duly qualified and registered voter of I Liberty District in Frederick County, ngainst Messrs. Kpbraim Richmond, ; Daniel Danner and Joshua Albaugh who officiated us Flection Judges in said District at the Flection on llio Oth ( of November, for having refused to | receive his vote. The case was ably j conducted on the part of the Plaintiff i i by James Puirrc and John Hit chic I Flora, and on the part of the Defendants j by Grayson Ficiielbergcr, K. Y. borough and Milton O. I’rncr 1 uud with the exception of about ' hour was in progress from about 11 i o'clock,* m. uultl six o'clock in (ho eve- j niog, whoa the lust witness was exami ucd, after which, the arguments of (he j counsel were deferred until the follow ing Monday morning. Mr. Kichclbcr gcr did not lake any part in the trial 1 ' after about one o’clock. It appeared ■; 110 u, uud we suppose it must have : Hooined so to every other unprejudiced | person present—that the whole defence, on Saturday last, was predicated upon ■ the most trifling quibbles. They did ! j not pretend to deny the fact that Mr. ' | Lindsay was a duly registered nud! qualified voter—they did not deny that bo hud been deprived of his vote at the late election by their clients, but it was declared and insisted upon that the I Judges were not Judges cf Flection iu ! fact and could not be held accountable, ' ( unless it was proved from tbo record . that they hud been regularly appointed 1 as seek and notified thereof Ac. and ! that the action could not hold good bo- j j cause the ReginCcr of the District in i I stead of placing the copy of the list of I j qualified voter.* of the said District in ■ . the bands of the Flection Judges him- j self, caused it to be placed there by hi* negro servant, although the fact was • clearly proved that the election was held almost in entire accordance with said list and that it was the identical list i which the Register caused lo be placed I in the bunds of the Election Judges.— i The argument was concluded on Mn -.1 day last, after which judgment was rou i deied tor full amount with ousts.—

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The pub * ' Iwbcrs promise to expend the present 1 * 3<*r *t least 110,000 iu engravings ■ alone, and 815,000 in procuring and . preparing sterling reading matter,adap t tod lothe work of the Farm, the Garden, and the Household, including an enter- B taming and instructive department for Children nr:* Youth. Nothing less than 0 a circulation of over 150,00 D, which re duces the expenses tos small sum each, could enable the publishers to furnish such a Journal, for only 01.50 a year.— t We again advise every person to stib - scribe for the It is udap h ted to City; Vlltago k Country. Orange 1 Judd k(V Tubhshcrs, 41 Dark Row, r lNtrir York City. ' * " j ttrge p -rtion of be (Jryst. 1 I Palnec. Ixmdon. used to exhibit tropi- J I product*, was destroyed by lire the ' lioss three hundred thous [ Uud pounds Sterling. f Local lulelllsi|re. I Makonic KlßTivAi —0 (ho net- I 1 i.g or til} STlh of iWeiulA- ult., (hi ' i dny tf Ht. John tho wt ul i lonilnl, by inrfcati.jrl, HI Ktlluw,' Hall, tu witiicm tliu ccrcfgkny of the 1 Instillation of the officio lct of the I Uoor-to-Virtue Liaise, Mu. 4ti, A. IS. A., ", of Wcatniiu.tcr; and lo partake with tbi I'rJcrnil.T of • nnppcr pruvi tloti fur the occniitm. There appeared to be about Kill Mii.ona prueont, inelu- ’ ding tmilort IVom other the I eoun.y, Afliw the ilttori-Miil).. (wrekio-! u> of iiwtullioit lb. nArm hid | bienuuoo llirouj-b, Jlev J. W. Uene,j W. kf, wh ba beenseh'.rtrd to dr liver I an addict*? on the occasion, performed : that duly In a master)* style. The ad drpvs was of some length, jrery able mid very appropriaio. We utuk rMand it is \ intended to get him u writs k out for' publication. After the address, the entire com- I patiy proceeded lo the spacious Hull Ik; i low the Lodge Room, whern row* of tables bud been spread with nil nianrwr of edibles, nod nil the luxuries of the season. After ail bad satwflutl their ftp jietites, without seeming to diminish greatly the bodutiful tipply of provi >ions, the meiiibers generally returned to the Lodge room, wlivr<> tbo iim© w s ftnssed in a social manner, until the odge closed at 11 s’vkwk*; iv,. Wo are informed that tlm Supper was provided by the voluntary tootribtttion 1 of the members, and that a 'Cnnsideruble ! sum was left, after paying all expenses, t be added to tho Treasury for the > usual charitable purposes. The ’ Door-to Virtue Lodge. No. 40. i was originally ebarten d by the Grand Ixnlge of Maryland. November 4, 1811, and held its first sessions at Ripe Creek, now in the limits of Carroll county ; and afterwards removed to Uuioutowo, atid thence in 1824 to Westminster, where it succumbed to the then prevailing Anti-.Masonie excitement and surren dered its charter—holding its last meet? ing October Slk 1827. In November f IHCS, after a hjao of 38 years, the char* ter was restored, and it has since been j progressing very successfully. The following is the list of officers of the Lodge just installed for the next six mouths : Worshipful Master, Rev J. W. Itee.e; Senior Warden. W. A. NoKdHp ; Ju nior Warden, A. V. Helm offer j Secre tory, K K. (remniid ; Traiinr, Win. A. Jr.; Junior lloneun, Clot wor thy Hindu ; Tyler, M. \V. Snllirau; Slowirda, l.c i T. Itecsc aud William ; Coon. The Wkatheu —Whil.t (lie bixb j end very cold Wmteni wind, were pro- J viiliuy. hero but week, they were boviiijt i apreatmnw storm in the Northern States and Caned*. iadjiaMVork Stoic 1 I the Uiilroodi ware Xapfed tfMu drif- 1 jtw 10W. Oil Mon-biy last M were • rilitcd in this region WM lfrvnnclie,- I of*—now 1(n ftisnht n* nßita, (leor | gio, they bad snow, boil :id sleet lo the depth of two ioehcr. Also ahe vy fall J i of snow und bail at Wilmington, X. C., same Jay. j MaOISTIATK Al lnil.vTKtV —J. Iltiire i Hojijic Ksr,.. has been conindssionrd ;ia * * a Justice of the IVace for (Vestminster j District, Carroll eoimty Md , in place of! Win. K. Shriner Ksij., resigned on ao ' ; count of bad beallli Mr. Hoppe lias i bad much experience in the Magistrate’s I business in times pisl. Hu ijnalilicd i on tho Ist of January inst. I The CotAr—Suitors, Wit. | nesos. Jurors Ac. should bear in mind I that ihe Special Court, wre-dded qfer by j ‘ Judge Crnno, will moot on Tnostlirj the 15ih. of Jan nary bistam. to conclude tho cases in which Jnilge Smith was in tcreslcd It is In be hoped that all will be piiucluil, and that an end way Ik; j made of this protracted business. 1 Public t.niitaLi.atmu.—Tbo officer* ‘ ’ elect of (Jorroll Division. No. 42 Sons ! o! Temperance, publicly installed I j at (heir Mall, on .Saturday Kveniitg next I 11 at 7 o'clock Several addresses will be ' 1 1 delivered and lb? friends of Temper i mice and public generally ore cordially 1 invited lo be present. ll Salk up am Kit ate.—We loam that "Tbo Villa,” tbo beautiful estate . I of tile Into Hod, Henry May, situated , n Talbot enmity, has lately been soW . j by Messrs. U. (V. Tempi. ■man & Co., i I land agents, lo Addison T.iUndall, K-.p, of Uandallstown, ll.tlltmort county, fur j tbo sum of $60,000. P. 0. Okanok.—John M. Delude ■ lias boon appointed Postmaster at Win • | field, Carroll county Aid, iu place of C. | U. Pickett removed. t KtrTl.e philosopher and poet stales - man, Addison, in bis .Sjwr/.it.H-.iliu first - and most am using of periodicals, in his I papers 01, Country and City I.ife, affords • the must genial recommendations lo I preserve tho health and parity of tlse.t > body; hi* just nud benevolent teacliinjgi - with respect to health may be sunpfct. • and read with the best effect, by persons > of nil habitn nud age ; the general gopd effect of gentle medicines, artistically - compounded. Addison’s experience and - intelligence avouches tho necessity for. He lived to * gpod old age, end were lie ltying, would no donbi, resort tu iirrau’s - l.ifo Pill*, s truly life siring and bedft. f fioial remedy' Ibr partfyhig the blood.— - (See advertisement.) I" ]n. 3. t • * ? The Pintf.Nor.ouicAT, Joubxai. (ttr -1 January, ISO7, begin* a Now VolitmV, *■ and contains graphic Htutebes and ex > eolleut Purl miu oC Jlistuct. the Tragc'-’ '• Jsontie f '-Tuni 1 ' Hughes, the great 1 Kuclifh Kcfuriner (m| Author L ‘ Falb " cr rront,” tKe great .fourhalntl, and '■ other*. Also, Kdnrstion, by John h Xost: Two Cursor* of Wouiaufioud, il “ Inslroted with Portrait* oflhoti.sal and ” the Bad; Our Neighbor, by Mrs, Wyl <■ Isn; Klhnology, or the Aboriginal •• Graphic Systems, by K. (4. Hauler; The Heavenly Chronometers, and much other entertaining and instructive rend ing. Only 20 eoals, or il/ year.— Now is the timo to subscribe. Address. I Powler and Wells, 3S'J Broadway, Xgw York. mm - . I ■ •- Twp gj-ain elerainrs in Chimgo have cleared a profit pf $75,000in tiro nsmihs. I Wahhixuton Cou.n.r —There are | sfiw JirMP’ituiltyits at Col- K lto, Vn., jtho hail, io thfc i • nuruU-ra give*, frM* the following I Sutjhi: Virginia IJ, Tenneuee 111, i Kcißu<*k| Luninimi* 17. . ! Alal>mia 34, 12, Mnrvbnd } %*tfprt|l Carolina 7, Georgia 7, Want , \ irgiuia ft Florida 5, Mimmri 5, ] South Carotin a4. Arkanais 2, District ' if Col mil hia 2. New York 2. Kansas I, \ California I, New Jersey I, Maaaachu- j ! setts I. IViiuxylvunia 1. | TllK OI.D (ilAHii.—The January * number lor I8(i7 comes fully up to j promise Ji li.ih been <.*nu*iderah)y ew I ' lafjp d and improved, and has engaged I 1 on it a large corps of snneriur writers.— 1 The article* are generally tort spicy and t i readable I’iihludied lv Van Kvrie. < j Horton Nassau &L New York 1 Ww tear—-single niiftibvra ,25 etc; taVlI. Specimen numbers sent ■ per mail Tor 2d eta each. A flat-fight I t*cen tno Irish hoys. • ■ °iic six and the other ten. in St. Albans. * Vermont, last week, resulted in the J death of the smaller boy, named Ilea- . Kau. i The fSattVr ifr Franrt is the oldest [ newspaper extant. It i* now in its two t hundred and thirty-sixth year, end wi s \ already mature Ik*.lure the involution of ‘ Udß. I in r it 11-'i>.~ { Oft the 27th at!., *l ih rfiidrncf of Pott \ Kylsr. Adam* count i, Pa,, 1t the R*r. S. £ j Gild*, Mr. W.uui I* KUSH, of Frederick 1 1 county, Ni, to MU* J clU A. Ku.Ks.of Adam* * counir. Pa. I i Os the JOlh alt., at the German Reformed i i Parmnag e, Taney lo*a, by the Hev. X. K. Hilda. ( ; JJf. PH west A. l)uos, of Frederick county, ir , Miu JetiA A. IlirKMHt of Carroll coast;. di: it ns. I On the 17th inti., Mrs. Mint (ViTMimxr j Stick, consult of Joseph Sleiu, '£! years and ‘J months, j About ten months have elapsed since she ( ■ stood before the U> menial Altar in nil the * loveliness of womanhood. bright anti ’ cipfttimi* of thrfuture. Ifttfe drenndng of the | sad and (tilialdc death shewn* •! ined io * j meet in this short space of lime. Without | i• WWIIIVI warning whilst alone, she faint d, nil U|hii • stove, and Indore recovery, twas burned so badly that death seemed to be the oulv relief. Being kind ami anasnoihig in her man tiers, she had won thy reaped of oil who knew her, and tin- <li*l rc-Miiand udd*n * rlmnge from mortality In im-dort-lity. has ' cast a heavy gloom over the ci immunity. She has left this world of sorrow, Now souring in heavenly Mis*: Who would change that rele-tinl fllory. For a painful world like this. I Rn let the leaves ring# rerjttletn Ox er her cold and 'ilent gmxe. ; For the immortal spirit that’s luft her , Jhsirs the victory ! Hod *au Mint! i Sams Crvuk Ihn-rioUv J4h. # fa Westmlnst r. on the ?!th Dreemb-r !*,. I 1 Ml*- Cxrwuur. Vimimm, i*g*d 7* rears, S 1 i imMli- and !> days. I Near Wc<n hotter, on cbr J*ih alt.. Mr. inns , j I.trrr.r. aged V7 years, * Month* and 17 days. I , natmoßc iiarkktk. Tvomt, facut I, Im;7. Fl.oril— II award Ht. Roper and <*ul Petra , 10.7ia?ll. Kst a rl.ij.piim d... . high fftsdrs Maflt tin. Fsnih IVm> per hbl. Hrr Plowr—a*v rv>rn ♦ Jaeal—Cllv Mill, at W4.5H jkt Md. Itarkwheal in balk .I..'o*M |r lot* 11,.. Oaves.-—Wheat dull, fair • good nd a4 . ling at s.*.!>o3 ; priuu* 9J In* 3 IA. f,,rn. rdar kcl ilraJt, wliltu 90a!Hi • vtdiow tij ctj l> ?I.— Gats— rt- 1 . * UT Ol' I.KTTriI, 1 II KM.MNMMJin il.i- Pr.-llHTic,. ul W. -l l\ miusU r, on the Ist of January, Ki. ■ Bums, James Hughes. JaekMm * llennl, Charles hr M A j ■ Itnnkard. Joseph l.fistiv. Charles I Brown. H Murmv. Kate Jh*ard, Win Martin, hr Bveht.d, Martin MeNnsh. J II 1 IJank'Tt. Owen Miller. A K . Brooke, I? I. W n Itrowo, Miss I.oni*a Mold. Sarah Rru .v, bouisiv Morgen, Henry j Brnuett, Caruliuo Musser. John Byers Mary Need. Mrs Mary l| Coppersmith, Cath. Sullivan, Klhn ’ 1 CrrHe. f.yilra Stunr. Valentine T ItCrourHoy, Umisa Slanahurv. Whiiheld ? Kluiugh. Hneln-l Slmnk, 4 O Kader. iarob Stoner. Sarah Wrc.-er, Ihivid I. S'Utruer, l.ydia j Fi iu. (Jew W Shoeinakir, J S Grana. 0o it SUrpliau, Andrew 1 Geiuuiu. 1* Bins So*eL J H Messrs (Sen A Kn Shiff^f. Samtnd I llyle, Mr* Fliraldrth Sworn*. J II | Hoffman, Tlwlvi# Siuurehouse, Justice , Hwwiiid, H I* I’ngvr, 11<4u*v*h 2 1 , HutMrjvbm, Mr* Vilwig, /din i Herman, iletitur Viuipple, Matilda Howard, 11 1 J*enoua colling for letter* should any they j art-ndvartiwHl, othenriM may nut re- | i 4 veivw (hem. s jar. JI X. I. QORSI’CH, I*. M. —i<Mt ■ -■ ■ ■" -jo au. wii r:(/i jTy.' Fn dir (‘lrrnii ( .nn i li.r (’.rroli C..iini\. I.ucp Hfiifek Mid Mkef, l /'l-n-nri’ ' l ‘ • *. fV7 t h 1 1' Jom-|.li Amuunut. k nlhrrj. 1 Jt-I 4.y of; IhnwuiWr, 1808. ilini thn AUini Rtid in lh. !> ,iiw Inallifiilv rnlUiul ami cuufinniol, nnWn. ciiaiiw Io the eontrnfj di. bliovn on or tfa. I'nil llnr f Jauu.ry. 1; T, m viilcd n eopy of ihi. mlc ha amtrtnl In' Mime *r-|Wfiflr printwl in Cnrralf cuunt, ' liir two .uerrtlhre w>k tnutlw* lb IWI liut wmeH Joy. ~ P. A-UoKELUg Clk. . Trnn noi'V,—TV.} {, ' j s.A. Mi, Clk. . jnnO-'Jt Dividend . .WBlftflA " h ■ -l.tu; r . > •• ■ Finn, Smi Utaa, . fl' ( -..iuiiu,lM. Ike. S9Ui, 1H08; i I- r|SHK Pre-Wont nml Dirwiur? hfvo Iki- A d*. dckral n lH.nk*B> of & n *: //nt er.te 1 > for the* lot nix nnntlu, |mnbl to Slock . holll-m (ifthU dmo. on *n4 nftor Jnnunrr . loth li7, ! .w. a: inf tiiilini jIM-U " . QUliior. i - Ug>jMw Ac. Grant Indnce ' 7T), ~J?'C RrirtnlSn-'l. House Kcciiiu Attioles, , John L. Kcikokkr-,. j *i* / Uotuenlto itoods. . *W John L. MWkiU.rV 1 Clirpstn : (,'nrpnts !! Oil Uotbs! Oil Cloths! f ■JltlOL'■!, StiirrS and Rtr r.rnrla, Flr '• r r <lwh, if,w, M Btsir Oil Cloths, I lur Ml. si U-Ulmor* pric.Vr ■ John 1,. Rrtr.nUW. MtTehant Tailoring. f j 1 SOU Ou.~k, Sl} I.- tmi Kit, call m * 1 T ••*) John I. kWh*. JfVQSPEf.Tt;£ Weekly WMImRi OAiltte., 0t WAMUSOTO*. c. rl: J&fcts, II ttll be iniidPlnUr.,,.,l •Hi he. in hn,-rfift „f ib* BVr|tet W, atimy Ann, irhHe }yer. 0H Kill, ..'., more rending matter than n Hf weekly Unbed loulh trf Mvw York. IU eohinin, Im* ile\<tied to New*. I.itemtnre, ('onin Agrinilture, the iHdfMOlal AHn, the I, eela of |{pligioo, and Botitiml Affair*. It will euntnin regular Beikjrt* f gresslminl Brocvedinga #aTlpn*rt n l# News, and the latent Market*. In mch of It* Ji (-arf nu # >tM*rial tkn will be given atv M.lJanfihmu corpv of r<lilorit and reporter* to proi)4 /ofrW. mo*i /afeiWiN]/. ami rrlinNr iM tfrurt, and to make the Weekly Natu Intelligencer in every ree|Hd*r AVy/ r yufittHiil Snrm/Wfter, . rf MainTiiining the jut nnrthulud I" * of thefleneml government mv thepno k nnd the reevrved right* of Xkf ... other, coiifnlent that the Fttb* K/m k*, JM-Tveil only while the right* id eachX resimdcfl fry Iroth and nnf tmtu4hdH eilfier. the Weekly National InMNge, will advnmle the restoration ofikattnut) State* to their |(lnce in the I'niou, on larti* of a 3*l*l and eipiol representati.. the National Legislature nnd the ehtt cidlrge. and will urge ancial ami * u piicilieuliyn anil, rucuueilinlion g* lW tn of.restoring harmony (yxl pr*r jmrt* of the country*, nnd the proper h opment of it* vn*l ugrh industrial resources. Jn iuhU|MKt., Viihie a* a miscellaneous fVeckly National Inlelligvuuvt irllfin r regpei t supply the nlnee of n Xyffimitl I rtimjmii/H vmmr. It will lie oft/aVYftyj lirntioH nj this rktirarfrr p\tf7tikr,l „i inrt n f CiorrrHutrnt. Jt rent* with the fri of the I’niou nnd the (*on*lilulion to U> this pnpe-r a circnlaliou that shall N-* it to spread the truth and to aronA* iK> friotie impulpe* of the j.eople in every N county, liuntlef, mid tir.->i.le wherefruc Tc*a* f Inram I*l. v One copy, on® year Three eopiee. one y<*ar, to off tm*t . oAtev Fire copies, mieyeur i.ilUI.. |; T*n one year 3 Forth® Unity lnldliom < t,„iw..A4'') For the Tri-weekly Sulacrilwr* should forward wsh * name* the Post Office, (*ounly. mid Ria which the |Hi)er i* to lie •eui.’ * •• Whenever convenient Portul Mlii.t der* will bo the snft st nodM[ Inuuun money. All rom man Seal ton* ebould Umhireiu. snow. cyia’l.k t’rfr, Ni..,,.l UHr^n i .r. M ii-htiigtoii, 11. 1 Trustee’s Sale. virtue of n decree, uf iKeCjrruk ( ■-f. fM - r r,irru ** Mdiinr ns .a ( of Kqmty. the SuWrtiaT a* Yrtuge, 1 *ell ul Puhlie Side. tn (lie pieut('e a IsAtrifUAV, JANFAHY 2**, 1 at I o'clork. H. M.V A HOUSE A LO etlmtfial m the Manehewter Itnad. almm 1 fourth of a mile fnni MV-liuintet, a* the mme of whith Ann Uh/Itaire. p4r,ed mnl pnatwatif. TUpHAi eon-i>t oik* ipiarter of an Acre of l.anil*nu>raor llWi which is i n ctrd n com fortuhle Two Store Frame A>^K> Uwki.lino HorsK. im with iavefc huildtng. nienlly armngtil and in good n*]*nif. Tills property i* conveniently h**tad im -ent* a giMtiUmportunily lor prnb inve*im<*nl. Tmm* r Su.K.—Om- ihiM nh m ■in. ~f -j.!.., th<- mliHrulitm lkJm< in ntiM. m.nth>, .ml the Kh-r I thin) in oiskl.-rn nnn.ih. ’lr-.ii. rt.n i I.ntr. lh. |>urrlm..-r r pur. li.M-n in Ih. tr -.-<■ with npim.vrti -miritiv in, inlrtf.l lli- tin. nf . I*ll AM, T. lIKIWSiItKI. I ifYhfli Cm.i t A liuraimni, 7 ' j.lUot* -I ’ ' | THE RURAL GEHUMI ‘ A MONTH I T MTiu-mn tn J H, ROBim\A ci ortKn. ,v„., .v. at rX il.ouac '•‘•ww ty Ifin ii <nt t i mr ijf^A ! n. sir,, p.,^.1 j r, '” c ‘’ n.iucn,trini; ; j .Ihnli... S. rill. i Karal UK*. : T rnriT oitowiNrt- ' j l> h*s (tnbjeet wv a ill ghe yaa ibr •t of the ptavikoal caper ime* aOwt he#t I groarrp. MTIX’K KAIMIMT Till- ltrp.rlM.-nl Will hsv. ibl, s’rtWi. writer* feipettenca. AtiUlCliLTli’ltK. -- !l .y*,* l '"'" °.“ r h Pls. It. fit. will aid the ynang and old. ' | UOWKKKKPtH ; Th. itr>4 h4tu.i-.ih- nil) (nj inn tit t. i recei|*t#. thumb i, f t-;; Oim? copy one year, in adcatca Mi eopiee on year, In advance Twelve copkw oar year, ia advance Hperifeiaw MnW sent grail*. AdvcrtioeßM'BU ia*crt d at HWyal jg|n ObnryHir CaHrttMser* ir<j4c*f 1 T" • k <‘“ • litK-rul hmm-Mmi • K- f.rlhttr InforH.lirtrt Mhirt-u >. ; , -n-lorin, .inn.},. ’7~ Ju ! haTfor BLAVgSfff O’ I Till PAY FO BL.IVKM! I IMV ran SLA-VKh SWKITS ./KnlWt.l, -SUJ mnn.iw m.ko Unini it.r .tWi from th. I nitntl Htnkn. Ak- ft. State Bounty. , I the noiwsssty Psrnu, m f-ilhfi.ll. Mtend to lh. proMctnitm of Clnfans. " M. a HIM.. AmnnO i* low, TO ll' A(M> (Dri jand-4t Baltimore. 1 KfAHOSE hn wnnt good ibli X mad. of lh. brt Ctwn, snCls tk 4*5 *tf PMU'I *l* -hasp. P Ihrouhin, the Corn can hnn Onssin} on short notion nod rsnaonnUs linns •f prims CHUN SkKaTffifThki sisiox'A, unr janh-3ms . - ..t, 1 i