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Wo arc authorised by the Supcnfsor,
Mr. S. D. Brobst to stale that the North
Branch of the Pennsylvania canal is navi
gable from tho mouth to the extension, at
the Lnckawantr. The breach of the guard
wall at the Nanticokc'dam is being repair
ed, and loaded boats can now pass without
much difficulty or dagger.
JC7"Wo must again apologize for the
dirth of news in this nu'ihhcr. Wc have as
yet received but few exchange papers; ami
-these, to tell the plain truth, afc not of
'much service, when we enjoy the facilities
'of daily 'mails, and frequently urcctWn in
d have received no information
"rcfspccling' the organization of 'the conven
tion to alter and amend the state constitu
Hlon. They ivero to asseihble on Tuesday
asfin thc'capitalj and we learn that on Sat
urday upwards of one hundred delegates
had-arriVed. The following lift is copied
from the Pennsylvania Reporter of tho 27th
nil. tho latest paper received from llarris
DELEGATES TO THE CONVENTION.
Tht following h a list of the names" of the dclc
jpites to tiib convention to amend tho constitution,
'i'ho senatorial and rWrcs'entativc delegates aro iil.i-
vcA together: Wo may licit lihvo placed tliem all '
in their proper districts, but the names, are, wc do
City of Philadelphia. John Sergeant, Charles
Chauncey, Thomas 1. Cope, AV. M. Meredith, John
l. Scott, James C. biddlc, Joseph It. Chandler, M.
AV. Baldwin, Joseph HopUinson.
County of Philadelphia. George AV. Ritcr.C.
J. Ingcrsol, A. Hclfeiistine, Charles Drown, Joseph
M. Doran, Thorn. "Weaver, J. J. M'Cnhnn, John
Foulkrod, Picrco Butler, Benjamin .Martin, Thomas
Chester. Thomas S. Hell, AYWiain D:uli.i!;ton,
M. J. Thomas, Matthias ltomrypackcr, John Chan
tllcr. Delaware. Dawd T tfns, 'Ceo. Serrill.
Montgomery. Ifcirry Schuc'l, John D. Stcrigl
're, Joel if. Manrh, TiJbias Sellers.
I!ucks.E.T. MlXm-oM, lJohri Houpt, Samuel
'Carey, Pliineus Jcnks.
Iterks. Jolm Kitter, Ocotgc M. Keim, James
Donagan, William Hrgli.Mark Durragh.
iMiieastcr. AVilliarfi IlcUtcr, Jcrnnl.ih TJrown
Lindlcy Coatcs, 15. B. Cochrane, -IT. lCoiiiglnm-licr, '
u. Long, Ji. u. ncigan.
Dauphin. Arm. Henderson, YVri. Cl.'ftk.
Lebanon. Jacob IJ. AA'cidman, Geo. Seltzer.
Perry. Alexander Ma','co.
Union, Mifflin and uitnidia, James Merrill,
William P. Maclay, AViltiam L. Harris, Ephraim
Bunks, John Cummin.
Columbia. George Smith, Ezra S. Hayhurst'
Northampton and Monroe. William Brown, J.
M. Porter, Wm. Ovcrfiuld, James Kennedy.
Luzerne and Wayne. AVm. Swetland, Andrew
.Bedford, Geo. AV. AVoodward.
WeJtmore'lanS. Jdlm Y. Barc'layGco.'T. Craw
!ford, L. 1,. Tligclow.
Washington. Joshua Dtckcrson, TIios. M'Ca'H,
"AVultcr Craig, Aaron 'Kerr.
Fayette. John Puller, AVm. I.. Miller, David
Greene. Samut'l Clcavenger.
Allegheny. tllamat Dcimy, Matliew ncuder
son, Andrew Bayne, AValtcr Forward. ITeiuy G.
liutler. William Ayrcs. Samuel A'urviance.
Beaver John Clark, John Dickey, Duniol Ag
ncw. Mercer. Thomas "S. 'Omirfinyham, J as. 'Mont-!
Crawford David M. Farrelly, "George Shil-'
Uric Daniel Scaver, James Pollock, 'Thomas 1
Jeffcreon, Warren, and M'Kean.Oto J. Ham-1
'lin, TI103. Hastings.
Indiana, Armstrong; Cambria, anil Clearicld.
Adams. James M'Slierry, Thaddeiw Stevens.
Armstrong. AVilllam Curir.
Bedford. Andrew J. Cliue, Jacob BardoIIar.
Bradford. Nathaniel Clapp.
Centre. William Smyth.
'Cumberland. Richard M. Craln, Daid Kevin,
Franklin. George Chambers, Joseph Snively,
Huntingdon. Samuel Roycr. C. Cruni.
Indiana. James Todd.
Lehigh. Jacob Dillingcr, Joseph Fry, Jr.
'Lycoming and Clearfield. John A. Gambtc,
Thomas Taggart, Robert Fleming.
Northumberland AVilliam Gcarhait.
Somerset and Cambria. Robert A'oung, Joshua
F. Cox, James M. RusscL
Schuylkill. Jacob Krcosv
Susquehunnair Jabcz Jlydo, A.H. Read.
Tioga and J'eTer. TfoWtG. White.
Venango. Christian Myers.
WayneandPike. A'irgil Grencll.
York, 0. A. Harm!, James Porter, Jolm U.
Donncll, Jacob Stickel, Samuel C. Bonliam.
IC7 We learn hy letter, that the anti-ab-olition
convention which assembled at llar
frisbunj, on Monday, to preserve "the integ
rity of tho Union," adjourned on Tu6sday
last, after a good deal of sniuibWintr and
o) -contention amongst theiuselves. There was
too much of a political medley to effect any
good ; and most probably under political ex
citement they abandoned the great oTycct
for which thqy were sent by tho people.
Susqukhanna Canal: It is stated in tho
Columbia Spy, that an arrangement lias
been effected between the Susquehanna ca
nal, and tho Columbia Bridge companies, in
virtue of which, the canal company is al
lowed the privilege of connecting a towing
path with'thc Columbia Brldgo over the
Susquehanna, on paying a consideration of
ton thousand dollars. All the work on the
canal is said to bn let, and v ill soon be ao
- N'mdifnou m'NG -villages.
AVe havo given a nod to a few of the
"towns which form such a cluster upon the
map of the world in the vicinity of Blooms
burg; and as we art in the liabit of letting
the people sec what wc know, wc subjoin
a hasty sketch, hoping, that correspondents
ma'y take up'thc flubjccl,:hnd give a more
full and pleasing description Of their plaec3
'Catta'wis'sa, winch is only four miles
distant from Bloomsburg, gives strong evi
dence of futuro celebrity, as a place of bu
siness. It is s'itirrrtcd on the cast bank of
the North Branch of the Susquehanna, and
flic Cattawissa creek empties into the river
a few yai("li south of the village. A great
amount of capital is invested in the manu-'
facturing business, and on the creek aro a
great number of frfills, forges, &c. It has
a 'number of enterprising citizens, at the
Head of whom arc Col. Paxton i& Christian
Brobst, Esq. men whose habits of useful in
dustry arc seldom met with among the op
ulent. It will bo the depot for the rail
road; and as the completion of this line of
improvement ts hastily urged, must become
"a very great place.
Oha'n'cEVilli: 'U six miles distant from
Blooinsbtrrg", at Ihc foot of the extreme ter
mination of the Allegheny mountains, com
monly called "the Knob." It has a num
ber of neat dwellings' looks like a place of
business a'nd, wc arc told, docs more bu
siness, in proportion to' Tts size and popula
tion, than any other village in the" cininty,
uot possessing the advantages of the inter
nal improvement system. Messrs. ltiuk-
ctts and Covcnhovcn arc now engaged in
erecting an extensive merchant-mill, and
several private dwellings will be built du
ring the ensuing season. AVe wish the
good people of this town much prosperity
for they ltave adflcd considerably to our
Berwick is twelve Tnilcs from Blooms
burg, on the Nii!i Branch; and wc only
regret that 4hc weather prevented us from
enjoying a view of the place and its loca
lion. The buildings arc neat the hotel
wc stopped at just such as a thirsty and
hungry visitor would desire and if it only
had a plentiful supply of good water would
certainly be almost as pleasant a iplaoc as
Bloomsburg to fix one's habitation.
EfeTTTow.v is a delightful Tittle village,
about two miles from Bloomsburg", on the
road to Berwick. It possesses the advan
tages of Canal and tivcr navigation; and a
great number of Canal-boats arc annually
built here Tor the 'Schuylkill and-otlicr ca
nals. Tho wife of a Mr. JTindman, of Cincin
nati, lately presented her loving husband
with Iwo daughters and a son at one birth.
It seems tha't Mr. Ilyndinan is determined
no longer to be be-n any man in the way
of little responsibilities.
AVe can scarcely 'imagine the possibility
of so wicked and wanton a sacrifice of life
as is shown in the statement of tho designed
collision o'f the two steam boats on the Il
linois river. 'Owing to some misunder
standing between the captains of the two
boats, they met at five o'clock in the morn
ing", when the passengers were slumbering
in their berths, and steered directly for each
other. The concussion was, of course,
awful, and the inevitable consequences, such
as should have appalled the most fiendish
spirits. Tho Tiskilwa sunk in three min
utes, with more than twenty of Iter passen
gers, whose lives wcro sacrificed to one of
tho most cold blooded acts ol atrocity we
ever heard of. AVhat proceedings have
been instituted against the criminal authors
of this act, we are notlnformed, but for the
credit of humanity, wc trust, such wretches
will not be- suffered to go "unwhipt of jus
tice. ' I hey should unquestionably be in
dicted, tried and executed for murder in the
first degree f. 5V Gazelle.
An old lady residing not far from Exe
ter, Mass., wxs perhaps one of the most
brilliant example of conjugal tenderness
that the last century produced. Her hus
band had been dying, and at length, on
tho clergyman oftho parish making oimj of
his daily visits, he louml him dead. 1 ho
disconsolate widow, in giving an account
of her spouse's last moments, told him her
"poor dear man kept groaning, but ho could
not die,1' "At last," said she, "I recollec
ted that I had got a pioco of new tape in the
drawer, so I took some of that and lied it
as tight -as I could rmmd his neck, and then
Etoppcd his nose with my thumb and fin
ger, and poor dear, ho went off liko a
Major Gates has, says the Alexandria
Gazette, been honorably acquitted of the
charges preferred against him. The deci
sion of tho Court, has been transmitted to
the President for approval.
Timo, palicnce, and industry, are the
three grand masters of the world.
"The silken tic that binds two willing hearts."
MAKHIIU) On Thursday, tho 20lh ult.by tho
ltcv.J. I). Patterson, Mr. AVILLIAM ULAIIl, of
C!lihsruanue, to Miss ESTHER LAIRD, daugh
terof Thomas Laird, Esq. deceased, of Derry town
ship. On Thursday last, by tho Rev. J. SnnUs, Mr.
THOMAS I1ETTERI.Y, of llcrwick, to Miss
ELIZAI1KTH SISTY, of Ncscopfcck.
On Tuesday evening last, by tho Rev. Mr. Sprc
cher, Mr. DAVID M. AL'J'ER, of AVrstmorcland
county, to Miss MARGARET RtTNER, daughter
of Gov. Ritucr.
"In tho midst of lifo we aro in death,"
DIED At Danville, oi Monday -last, Miss
MARGARET THORNTON, daughter of Mi
chael Thornton, decd.flgcd 20 years. Her remains
Wcre'Iirterrcd in tho Episcopal burying-ground hi
this place on AVcdncsday, attended by rt numerous
collection of her relatives and friends, wlo could on
ly mourn for tho loss of one so young, so beautiful
and so amiable.
On tho 12lh instant, nt Ilcavrr, Pa. (Sen. AB
NER LACOC1C, after a long illness.
Suddenly, 6T an apoplcptic fit, at Marion, whith
er ho had gone cr.i business, on Tuesday evening,
April la, JAMES II. GARDINER, Esq. State
Printer, aged about 65 years. He had left homo on
the day -previous, apparently in usual health, and
while sitting in a chair cheerfully conversing with
some friends, suddenly full and expired. Columbus
In Mtllon, on Monday list, METIIUEL VIN
CENT, Esq. a soldier of tho Revolution, aged about
In A'ork borough, Pa. on AVednesday List, Mr.
JOHN AVELSCH, Fcnior, a revolutionary soldier,
in the 09th year of his age.
At Reading, on Sunday, 23dinst. JOHN GOOD,
printer, in tho 22d year of his age.
'SRJ'OXJ are requested to mect.Yor parade, at Cant.
J3L Gross's hotel, in Bloomsburg, this day, SA
TURDAY,) at 10 o'clock, A.M. properly emiippfcd
for drill. Those wishing to become member's of the
company aro invited to attend.
By nrdcr of the Captain,
JACOB BEIDLEMAN", O. S.
May 0, 1837.
ETURNS his thanks to customers for tho
iratronago wliieh he has received from them
since ho ha commenced business in Bfooimburg.
no no)cs uicy will still continue their usual sup
port; and ho has now the pleasure of olTfring them
a largo and fashicnablo assortment of 'SEASONA
BLE GOODS, which have been carefully solcctcd,
embracing tho latest style of Frnch, English and
Amosb which will nc rOUND
Cloths, Cass'imctcs and Sallinells, ofdif
fitrent styles and colours; Silks; figur
ed Lawns 'and Jaelonetts, European S,
.American Calicoes Ginghams, Vest
ings, Damask Table Cloths, Hosiery,
Gloves, Bonnet Trimmings, &-c. tyc.
ALSO, Ladies' Morocco Seal, Pru
nclle Shoes $ Slippers, MciCs Shoes
TOOKTIIEtl WITH AN ASSOimiCNT 01"
3Ecl:c;sics and Mye-Ssiitts ;
CEDAR-AVARE, GROCERIES & LIQUORS,
All of which will lo sold on the most reasonable
terms. Persons wibhing to purchase, aro requested
to cult and examine lui stock of Goods, and judge
ffj" All kinds of country produce will bo taken
in exe'hungo for goods.
C. B. FISHER.
Bloomsburg, May C, 1837.
THE Subscriber is about leaving this part of the
country, & would therefore respectfully invito
those in arrears to him on subcription lists, &c, to
call on or before tlin 1st day of June next, and settle
with him without further notice.
Bloomsburg, May G, 1837.
Revised Code & Acts
Passed by the Legislature between the 15th
day of April, 103G, and tho lOlii day of
JunOi'ISIlO; forming with Purdon's Di
gest of 1830, and Parko &. Johnson's di
gest, vol. l.a completo digest of tho laws
of Pennsylvania, to the present time.
ICfJl fiw copies of the above Digest for
sale at this Office.
pNFFERS his professional sen ices to tho citizens
U f of Columbia county. He will also attend to
business in the several courts of this Judicial district.
Law oillco in tho same room with the printing oifico
of tl 10 "Coin mlii a Democrat."
Bloorasburs, April 20, 1937,
HEMLOCK FACTOKT. '
KBSSIWG- of CLOTH.
CBHE Subscribers respectfully inform the public
that they havo taken the above fulling estab
hihmcnt, recenfly occupied lx Solofnon Nimoxand
John Miusliall, on Hemlock creek, In Hemlock
township, Columbia couty, between Blnomsburg &
tho Buckliorn, where they are prepared to accom
modate customers in their lino of business. They
will attend at the following places every two weeks
for tho purpose of receiving wool, and delivering
M Stacy Margcrini's Inn, in Cattawis
sa; at Widow Drumhcller's, in Cattawis
sa township; at John Ytager's Inn, Iloar
insvillc; and at Peter Kline a Inn, New
fXj" The customary prices clrargeid. All'kinds of
country produce received by them for their work.
(0 Tlicy respectfully solicit patronage from the
public. SAMUEL THOMAS.
May 0. 1837.
BY virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Expo
nas, issued out of the court of Common pleas
of Columbia county, and to mo directed, will be ex
posed to public sale, at tbo court-house in Danville,
on Saturday, IhelUh day of May n,at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon, the following property, to wit : A
Tract of Iand,
Situate In BI06111 township, Columbia county, ad-
juinmgiaiiusoi vviiu.miiyiarK, Jonn uonner, John
Vance, Conrad Adams, & others, containing EIGH-
rut A itrit . . 1 . . .
i x nonr-a, more or icvs, wncreou is erected a uog
HOUSE & BARN.
Seventy arrcs arc cleared land, and on the premises
is an APPLE ORCHARD, Seized, taken in exe
cution, and to be sold na tbn
Raritz and Peter Rantz, Executors of the estate of
r reoencK ltantz, UeCil, ALSU, a certain
TEACT OF JiABTD,
Situate 111 Roaring Creek township, Columbia coun
ty, adjoining lands of John Cooper, J. Hurly, Adam
ouiTiM, Jvconaru lioup, ifeorcc hiinc, and others, con
taining Si, V i" 1 V EIN
" ACRES, more or less
wliercon is erected ono
AND A IiOGf BARN.
About forty-tix acres are cleared land. ScizcJ, taken
in execution, and to be sold as the property of Jacob
ISAIAH SALMON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's offic. Damille,?
April 20, 1837. 5
Valuable Real 1'rojpcrly
PROPOSALS will bo received by the subscri
Lcr, at his residenco in Espytown, until the
Fourth day of July next, for renting, for one or
more years, the following property, to wit :
A Good Farm,
situate in Bloom township, about two and a half
miles from Bloomsburg. Also, a
situate on said farm, together with a FULLING
JUU.l, AiNLI fAOlUJlY, on the same premises
5 3 ilK AND
with necessary out-buildings, in Bloomsburg1, now
ill tho occunanev of Mr. I"! 11 Pitting
CCyVhc preference will bo given to those who will
, .1.- - i. ... . . .
rem me wuoie propcm". rosscssion given on the
Espytown, April 29, 1837.
ESPECTFULLY informs his friends, and
tho public cenerallv. tllst he continues to ma
His shop is near Mr. McKclvy's store-house, at the
Basin, on tho Pennsylvania Canal. Ho will be
thanklul for favors, and use his endeavors to please
CHARLES A. MOVER.
April, 29, 1837.
General Stage OfHce.
(I.ate of tlio Orwissburg Hotel,)
"HI) ESPCCTFULLY informs his friends and tho
MXb public in general, that ho has taken tho aboic
immed stand, lately occupied by J. Haugawout, situ
ated in tho borough of Pottsvillc, Schuylkill county,
Pennsylvania. The building is very large, of brick,
threfl stories, and situate in tlw centra of tho town,
on Mainstrect, and ostensibly builtfor the convenient
and genteel accommodation of tho public.
His bar will always bo stored with tho c'.ioiicst
wines, airi purest liquors, aild his tables with the best
viands tho country can afford; with obliging waiters
to man his parlors, double and single lodging and di
ning rooms, and tirst rate cooks in the kitcccn de
partment, and with his own humblo determined exer
tions to please, ho feels confident to give general sat
isfaction to those who will favor him with their pat
ronage. Large stabling and attentive ostlers, under
the control of the proprietor, arc attached to the es
tablishment. April 29, 1837.
To feel neither hatred, nor iealousv. nnr
tho lust of revenge, is to prove our superi
ority over human nature,
rmiic snnsnmnrcn r.ru.nr.,ii. ux r
II nublic in crnprnl. tlmt ln tm til- (l,t
and commodious warehouse, formerly kept by Hcnl
rv AV altera. Kwi. nmt rivnnilv 1m M n.,.i. I
t ' l J "J ., uui, wuci
he is ready to receive and forward produce of all del
Bi-jiiHiuna iruni jiarrisuurg 10 1'nuaacipnio, as he i
nrenared nt tbn nnrninfr nf ilm nnv!mt!nn ,
4 -1 C v" ...w im.uuuu iu iuii n
lino Of Union cannl ilnrlrl ImnU nf tho fir. .J
. ' w. ...w i.o. M(UB, M
run from each place and deliver goods in three and J
nun uays irom mo iimo oi ueparturo. lioods wilt
do received at tho warehnttM est .Inhci irnrr,1o
centlv Honsall AV. linvriiiiTt Vit -t.
- in. ev,bl. tll,Uli,D
Schuylkill, Philadelphia. I
IX. u.uoous will also bo received t tho abovel
places and fonvarded by the same line in connexion!
With the Susmirh:tnn!i rnnnt mA.t r.n;..i.. i . I
,m r w,u uuut
company to rsorthumbcrland, AVilliamsport, Danville I
..ri,aiitf unu u,i uiut;i iiiiuiiiicuiaic places 1
alomrtlia Susnuohnnnn. ftv tliio linni..L.i.
i -'J .i.iiiaiiuf
may bo assured of having their goods forwarded im
mediately instead of having them lying in tho ware
house waiting for transient boats, as lias been tho
case formerly. The subscriber will endeavor, by
strict attention to merit a share of tho patronage,
which is most respectfully solicited.
Hcrrisburg, April 29, 1837.
THE enrolled inhabitants residing within tho
bounds of the 1st Brigade, 8th Division, Penn
sylvania Militia, aro hereby commanded to meet, a
grecably to law, for the purpose of training, exerci
sing and inspection, in Battalions, to wit:
The Ht Battalion of tho 7th Regiment, to Vriettat
Straubstown, on Monday, the 8th,day of May next;
and tho Volunteer Comimny attached thereto i to
meet at the same time and place.
The 2d Battalion of the 7th Reniment. to m( nt
Swincfordstown, on Tuesday, tho 9th day of May
next, and the AVashington Rifle Bottalion of Volun
teers, commanded by Lieut. Col. Robert P. Maclay,
is to meet at tho same timo and place.
Tho '2d Battallion of tho -13d Regiment, to meet
at Milllinburg, on AVednesday the 10th day of May
next; and 'the" Volunteer Companies aftaclicd thereto .
are to meet at the same time and place.
The IstBattalion of the 43d Regiment, 'to meet
at Lewisburg, on Thoreday, tho 1 ltd 'day of May
next; -and the Independent Battalion of Volunteers,
commanded by Lieut. Col. James S. Dougal, is. to
meet at the same time and place.
The first Battalion of tho 48th Regiment, to meet
at Milton, on Friday, the 12th day of May next.
The 2a Battalion of the 48th Regiment, to meet
at AVashingtonville, on Saturday the 13th day of May
next; and the A'olunlccr Companies attached thereto
arc to meet at the same time and place.
The 1st Battalion of the 71 st Regiment, to meet
at Orangcvillc, on Monday, the. 15th day of May
nex't; and tho A' oluntecr Companies attached thereto
arc'torrfect at the same tinrc and place.
The 2d Battalion of the 71st Regiment, to meet
at tho public house of Jon Ycagcr, in Roaring crcrk
township, on Tuesday, ihv 16th day of Mny'ricit;
and the Volunteer company attached thereto is to
meet at tho same. time and place.
The 1st Battalion of tho 45th regiment, to meet
atSunbury, on Wednesday, the 17th day of May
next; and tho AroIuntcer company attached thereto
is to meet at the same time and place.
The Northumberland Independent Battalion of
Volunteers is to meet at the same time and place,
and on tho same day AN ELECTION will be held
at tho public house of George Prince, between the
hours of ten in the forenoon and six in tho after
noon, to elect by ballot One person for MAJOR, for.
said Battalion, in the r6Um ef Frederick Lazuras, re
signed. The 2d Battalion of the 45th ncgiinciit,Tb meet
at the public house of Samuel Herbst, in Little Ma
hony township, on Thursday, tho 18th day of May
DANIEL FOLLMER, Brig. Insp.
1st Brigade, 8th Division, P. M
Brigado Inspector's office, "i
Limestone, April 29, 1837. 3
rfiSu YOUNG HOUSE
WILL BC for scrvic6 tiurhigtho present season
ending on tho first of July Yicxt, at the sta
ble of the subscriber, in Bloonuburg. For Terms',
Pedigree, and Certificates, see handbills.
NOAH S. PRENTIS.
April 29, 1S37.
AVHITE &.AV. HAfiER, respectfully in
. form tho Printers of the U. S., to whom
they have been individually known as established
Letter r ounuers, that they lure now tormed ncoprt
ncrsliip in s id business; and Irom their united skill
and extensive experience, they hopo to be ablo ti
givo satisfaction to all who may favor them with,
The introduction of machinery in place oftho te
dious and unhealthy process of casting type by liandj
a desideratum by the European founders, was by
American ingenuity, and a heavy expenditure on tlt
part of our senior partner, first successfully accom
plished. Extensive use of tho machine to cast let
ter, has fully tested and established its superiority iu
every particular over those cast by the old pf occsss.
Tho Letter Foundry will hereafter bo carried oil
by the parties before named, under the firm of AVliito
Hagcr, & Co. Their specimen exhibits a completo
scries, from Diamond to Sixty-four lines Pica tho
book and news typo being in tho most modern light
White, Hagcr & Co. ore agents for the (aloof the
Smith and Rust Printing Presses, which they can
furnish their customers at manufacturers' prices
Chases, cases, composing sticks, ink, and: every arti
cle in the printing buiinees, kept for sals and furnish
ed on short notice; Old type taken m exchange for
new at 9 cents per pound-
N, B. Newspaper proprietors, who will' give tho
abovo thrco insertions, will bo entitled to fivo dol
lars in such urticles as they may select from our ipo
. E. AA'HITE Si AV. HAGER.
New York, April 29, 1837.
At the office of the "Columbia I)cmorrati