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COLUMBIA BEIIIKR Vr
I have BWorn upon the AltaV of Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson.
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS.
BliOODISBUBGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY PA. SATUHHAY, jATOAMY 13, 1838.
. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT)
Nkxt booft to Romson's Stage Office.
The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be
published every Saturday mornings at
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half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars
Fifty Cents, if not paid ivithin thqyear.
"jo subscription will betaken for a shorter
neriod than six months: nor any discon
tinuance permitted, until all arm
ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a
square will be conspicuously inserted at
One Dollar for (he first three insertions,
and Twenty-five cents for every sub.se-
tjuent insertion. ICT"M iwerai aiscount
made to those who advertise by the year.
LETTERS addressed on business, must
be post paid.
BY virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni
Exponas, to tno directed, will bo exposed
to nublic Bale, at the court house, in Dan
villo, on Thursday, the 18A day ofjanu-
ury, 1838, at 10 o'clocU, A. iu. ttie loiiow
ng Ileal Properly, viz :
All the right, title, interest and cla'nn,
which defendant lias in a certain
situate in Caltawissa township, Columbia
countv. containing Fifty rcrcs, more or less
'supposed to be the one-seventh part, adjoin
ih" lands of David John, the heirs of Sam
uel Mea'rsi scn'r. and others, whereon are
A IiOG HOUSE,
A ST'ONE KlTCHEft;
AMD LOG 3APJ.T.
About thirty acres arc cleared land, and on
the premises is an Apple Orchard
Also : The Seventh part oj a J ract oj
Land, situate itl the township and county
aforesaid, containing Eighteen acres, about
hinc acres of which is cleared, and adjoin
ing the above mentioned tract, and land of
John Rhodes, and others.
Also : The Seventh part of a Trad of
Land, situate in the township and county
aforesaid, containing about 20 acres, adjoin
ing the above tract, Jacob Drumhcllcr, and
others, whereon is erected
A FRAME HOUSE,
And Iog Stable.
Ten acres of tho
land is cleared, with an
Seized, taken in execu
tion, and to be sold as tho property of John
Six Acres of Land, situate in Green
wood township, Columbia county, adjoin
ing lands of Josiah Ileaeock, Thos. Jleh
dcnhall, and others, whereon is erected a
LOG EOTJSE jJfcgk
, A JLOG- BAEK".
The laud is all cleared. Seized, taken in
execution, and to be sold as the property of
All the right, title, intirest and claim
that defendant has in a certain lot of ground,
sjluated in Bloom township, Columbia co.
Containing one aero and a half, more or less
adjoining land of "William Sloan and the
Pennsylvania Canal, whereon is erected
A FRAME HOUSE
A FRAME SHOP.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of Daniel Gross.
WM. KITCHEN, Sheriff.
Danville, January 0, 1838.
The Estate of JOHN KITCHEN, late
,of Madison township, Columbia coun
WJOTIOE is haoby givro, tt&t hattm Trt
JJ mcnlory have bji granted to tho (wlMri
! on tho elalo of wild docmwal. Thnrefore aJ
pernons having claims against mU eetftto aio to.
quvtrtl to present them, and thaw indebted aru to
quoted to raaka immediate payment
Nancy Kitclten, Executrix,
Richard Dematt, Exeoufor
Navsmber 1T-, MOT.
T. Musscliaan, & Co.
rOULD again announce to their customers,
and tho public, that thoy havo jobt re
ceived another fresh supply of
rabracrhg every variety of, Dry Goods, Groceries
Idquors, Hardware, &c. which they intend to sell
el the most reduced prices at their new and cheap
storo in Dloomshurg. They invito a call from
those who wantchoico articles a'talraost cost prices.
Decomber 0, 1837.
flBHE subscriber would respectfully inform the
, public that ho has taken his son vylliLIAJW
SNYDER into co-partnership in his Tannery, anil
that tho business will hereafter bo conducted under
tho firm of Daniel & William Snyder, at ifio old
siauiisucu sumu in uioomsourg.
Bloomsburg, January G, 1838. 37-tf
X E A T ll E fl
f good quality, and for sale at the lowest pri-
!H. nhvnvn mi linni! nt llin ntil pf.ilri:lipil
Tannery, adjoining Snyder's Hotel. Tho subscri
bers would respectfully solicit a continuance of the
uucral customs hcrctoloro enjoyed by tho senior
Bloomsburg, January 0, 1838. 37-tf
S wanted lmmmcdialcly by the, .subscribers, to
the Tannine business. A bov between 14 nml
17 years of age will obtain a cood situation bv ap
. ( JVtlliam Snyder. ,
Bloomsburg, January C, 1838. 37-t'f
LI. persons indebted to the subscriber hybdndj
note, or book account, or otherwise, are re
quested to call and settle the same befure the firit
day of April, next. He is determined to haye old
matters justly arranged; and those who neglect at;
tending to this notice may rely n strict legal pro
ceedings for the purposes of settlement. There is
no mistake1. . llANIEL SNYDER,
llloomsburg, January C, 1838. 37-tf '
UBSRIBERStoSt. Paul's Church, blooms
burg, who have not paid their subscriptions.
will bb colled upon for the samp by tho authorized
collectors on Monday and Tuesday, tho 24th and
25th of January, hist.
January 0, 1838. 37-3t
ILL bo sold, at public sale, on Monday, the
15th of January irist, at the court-house in
Danville, at 10 o clock in the Wrcnoon,
Two Tt'M-pIac StoTes,
With a largo quantity of stove-pipe, and a Drum to
each stove. At'endanco will bo given by
The County Commissioners.
January C, 1838.
imr rvT,-nrArn .tit i ' . . tin ,
,-.,n iju i iiii'jr x win uo given io u sioue cut
2A ters mm masons, 20 drillers, 20 common la
borers, 10 wood choppers, and 10 teams, at llridge
No. 1, Catawissa Itail Head, by tho subscribers'.
ocnuyier, J'rick, y Vo.
Catawissa Furnace, January C, 1838. 37-3t
TAKE NOTICE, that I have applied
to the Judees of the Court of Common
Picas of Columbia county, for the benefit
ot the Insolvent laws ol this Commonwealth
and that thev have annotated Mondav the
1 G th day of January next for hearing me
and rny creditors at the court house m Dan
ville, when and where you may attend if
you think proper. , ,
December 30, 1837.'
THE subscriber would respectfully inform tho
public, that ho has taken tho storo recently
occupied by Mr. McDowell, in Orangeville, and is
now opening anil receiving Irom ftcw York and
rmiaucipnia, n spicuuiu assortment ol an Kinds o
winch ho will dispose of at tho most reduced prices
fnr rnsli or r.Aiintrv rirmlnrn. Thi nnlilin am invU
frill n mmII nmlnvnmlnn 4Vp 4 Tin tti i-nl r i r
Orangcvlne, Oct. 7, 1837
EHV respectfully informs his friends and the
public, that ho has always on hand, at his Li-
cry Stablo in' Dloomshurg, for tho purposes of Hire
or mchangc, n variety at
GIGS, WAGONS, AND SLE1GIIS.
which he wilf feel gratified to keep in rcsdiuess for
tlio accommodation ot customers.
Personal application can banVado at his residence,
when every means will bo used to render entire sat'
isiacwoii io uiuse who may give nun a can.
, NOAH 8. PltENTIS,
Dloomsburg, November 4, 1837.
INE, Brandy, Gin, Cordial, occ, Juet r
ceived, and ready for delivery to customers
at very reduced prices, by
J, T. Mussehnan, $ Co.
Notice to Collectors.
HE Collector? of 1830 are hereby requested
to pay off their duplicates at the next Janu
ary Court, and tho collectors of 1837 oro also rc
nucstcd to nav tho half of the amount of Tax on
hcir duplicates it tho next January court
Treasurer of Columbia county.
December 23,1837. 3G-4t
HE RE AS, tho Honorable ELLIS LE WIS,
President of the Courts of Oyer and 1 cr-
mincr and General Jail Delivery, Court of Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, and Court of Common Pleas,
and Orphan's Court, in tho eighth Judicial District,
composed of the counties of Northumberland, Union,
Columbia and Lycoming ; and the Hon. WrtliiM
Muxtoomkhi", and LnoxAnn llvrrnT, Esquires,
Associate Judges in Columbia county, havo issued
thejr precept bearing date tao 2d day of December,
in, the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
an& thirty-seven, and to me directed for holding
A Court of Oyer and Terminer and G il
eal Jail Delivery, ueneral quarter
Sessions of the F.eace, Common
fleas', "and Orphan's Court,
IN DANS ILLE, in the countv of Columbia, on
the third M Inday of January next, (being tho 15th
day) and to continue two weeks,
NOTICE is thertfure hereby given to the Cor
oner, the Justices of tho Pence, and Constables pf
the said Cdunty of Columbia, that they bo then and
there in their proper persons, at ten o clock, in the
forenoon of said day, with.thcir records, inquisitions,
nnd,i)thcr remembrances, to do those tilings which
10 meir oinces appertain 10 ue uonc. Ann moso
who arc bound by .recognizances to prosccuto
against the prisoners that are or may bo in the jail
ol said county ot Uolumuia, arc to bo then and there
to prosecute against them as shall be just. Jurors
are requested to bo punctual in their -attendance, a.
grccably to their notices.
Dated at Danville, tho 15th day of December, in
the vcar ol our Lord ono thousand eicht hun
dred and thirty-seven, jmd in.tho 03d year of
tho independence of tno umxd states oi Amer
WILLIAM KITCHEN, Sheriff:
Sheriff's Office, Danville, ?
Dec. 15, 1837. 35 4t
Tiidt Oi' .Jurors.
FOR JASlTAnT TEUM 1838.
Blooom Wni. Brown, Samuel iloonc, JohnBh
tenbonder, Wm. M Kclvy, Jacob Hess.
Briar Creek John Knorr, Amos E. Kitchen
Mahlon Hicks, ;IIcnry Brittain, Jacob Shelliammcr,
Catawissa Jacoti Kriech, Lewis 1 etter, Ira r ox,
Dcrry John F. Manville, William Bice.
Greenwood Wm. Johnston.
Limrfctono John Gougcr.
Liberty Samuel Wilson!
Midliii Jacob Gcarhart.
Mahoning Samuel Gulick, Thos. Butler, Wm
Mount Pleasant John II. Vanderslicc.
Roaring Crcok Asa T. John.
Bloom John Rcmlcy, John ycrtman, Frcdk
Swaby, John M. Chambcrlin, John Herring, Jona
than l'ursell, Josepli Brown, .
Briar Creek Groves Ddan, Joseph Dills.
Catawissa Moses Hartman, Jacob Genscl, Hi
ram Philips, John Sharpless.
Dcrry Jonathan Lodge, Jcsso Kunston, Win. S,
Davis, Robert McKce, Thomas Foster, Aid Hodron
fishing Creek John Stuckcr, Daniel Peeler,
Greenwood Henrv Kitchen. John K. Eves.
Hemlock Pcher Applcman, senr. Caleb Barion
William Girton, Esij. John Ohl, Esq. Daniel Wood.
Liberty John Mc Williams, John M'Mahan.
Limestone David Dye, John Shearer.
Mifflin Jacob Swcbonhelser, Wm, N. Brown
Mahoning Isaac Hull, Henry Sanders, John
Patton. Abraham Robins.
Madison Daniel Wellivcr, Henry Crawford, Ja
cob Sheep, Daniel Cromley, Uriah Mills, John
Mount Pleasant Lawrence Rood, William
Kitchen. ,, .
Sugarloaf John Ikcllcr, Aloxanbcr Colly.'
Bloom Robert Richard.
Briar Creek Bcniamin Huehes.
, Catawissa Jacob Martz, Abulia Thomas, Rciv
ben blambach, John Zielcr.
Dcrry John Mundcnhall, David Dcrr, Wm. M
Brearly, Richard Kuownovcr, Wirt. Carnahan, Jas
bheep, John Uravvford, John Blec, Henry JJieiien'
Greenwood Simepn Kinney, Jeremiah Hay
Hemlock David Rishol.
Limestone Wm, Montgomery, Joseph Fulton,
Jacob Wagner, James Caldwell, John Smith, Wm,
Campbell, David Knownovor.
Mahoning Gideon Mellon, Thomas Hayes,
. Aladi'son Wm. Holdron, Wm. Wcllivcr( Saml.
Wilson, Jesse Barber, Solomon Moyer, John Best.
Roaring Creek James A j Fox, Henry Met.
The Estate of ADAM WEIjAVER,
late of Madison Township, Columbia
TrOTICE is hereby given, that Letters of Ad
Jf ministration .rjavo been granted to tho sub
scribers on said estate' Therefore all personsbav
ing claims against said estate, oro requested to pre
sent them, and tboso indebted nro requested to make
loviaW 17, jsar. AdaJbiaWutors
8 HEREBY GIVEN, to all legatees, creditors
, and other persons interested in tho Estates of
the respective decedents and minors hereunto an
nexed, that the Administration and Guardian' ac
counts of the said Estates, have been filed in the of
fice of the Register of tho County of Columbia,
and will bo presented for continuation and allow
ance to tho Orphan's Uourt, to bo held at Danville,
in and for the county aforesaid, on Tuesday the lCth
day of January next, at 3 o'clock, P.M.
1st. 1 he account ofUcorcc W. Drcwhbach. ad
ministrator of the Estate of John Dricsbach, late of
Hemlock townhhip, deceased.
2d, Tho account of Reuben Blue and Robert
Lyons, administrator of, the estate of Thomas Lyons
late of Liberty township, defeased.
3d. '1 he account of Daniel l ettcr, .administrator
oti'e estate of Hahnah Cleaver, late of Catawissa
4th. lho account ol JohniAIowrer, Guardian
of William, Sarah, Joseph, Levins, and David
Gcigci, minor children of Daniel Gcigcr, late of Cat
awissa twnehin, deceased,
5th. The account of Henry Knorr, Guardian of
Stephen pnd Dcbora Auchpnbach, miuqr children of
1'JuIip Auchcnbach, late ol tiloom towlislup, de
6th. The account of Samuel Harman. Era. ad
ministrntpr with the will amies cd of Cornelius Rey
nolds, laleol Mitiuuiownsnip, deceased.
7th. Tho supplementary and final Account of
Henry Kugrf, administrator of John Hess, late of
Briar Ureck township, deceased.
AlEX. BEST, Register.
Register's Office, Damille, ?
December 14, 1837. 3 35 4t
F the most durable materials, and finished in a
superior and fashionable style, at from .4 9
to each, just received and for sale at the storo
Bloomsbiirg, December 2, 1837.
Bloom township, Columbia county, in OctO'
The owner is requested to proe his property, pay
charges and take it uway.
December 23, 1837: 35-31
,VME to tho premises of the subscriber in
Mount Pleasant township, Columbia county,
sometimo in Juno last,
TWO STEAT SHEEP.
Tho owner can havo his property by proving the
same and paying all charges.
Dec. 23, 1837. 35-3t.
Would bpg leave to announce to the poo
pie, of Bloomsburgand vicinity, that he lias
just received a splendid assortment of sea
sonable . BUT CSOOBS,
Consisting of every variety of Cloths, ,
Cassimeres and Sattinctts; F(anndS,
and Canton Flannels, o) cvtry colour,
Black, Brown and Green M rinosTqf
every shade and quality ; end in fact a
full assortment of Drawer 4" Common
Goods, amoiig which are an extensive
Sa-roceries 8k Liquors,
China, Glass and Queens-It are,
DRUGS AtfD MEDICINES,
CEDAR V" ARE 3
Sperm. Refined and Common Limp Oil,
Ila'rdivarc, Castings, & Ei'on,
men's and women's
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS,
together willi every variety of merchandize
which can meet the waiils or please tho
fancy all which he will dispose of at the
He returns his acknowledgments to cus
tomers fpr( their very liberal support, and
with a fi'rnt determination to please through
attention, to business, ho solicits a con'tinu.
ance of tli'eir calls and custom.
(njv( Hinds' of country produce will be taiea
in exchange for goods.
, , 1 0. B, FISHER.
Dloomshurg, Dec 16, 1837.
OYSTERS ! J
A general supply of FRESH OYSTERS nay
always be obtained during the season, by ap
plying at tlio Refectory of the subscriber in Bloonw.
burg. JOHN R. MOYER.
New & cheap Goods,
RUPEItT & BARTON,
(Successors to E. II. Biggs,)
RESPECTFULLY iinnminre to their
friends and the public, that thev have ntir-
bhased from E. II. Biggs his interest in the
slore fpmicrly kept by him, and that they
nave just, receiveu an extensive anu splen
did, assortment of
Fall & Winter toods,
which they are now opening for the exa
mination and accommodation of Customers.
at the Neiu Store House, just constructed
uy mr. uiggs, anu opposite to Mr. Koui
sons stage ollice.4 Their assortment is not
only very cxtensiyct hm carefully prlected
io answer tno uemantis ol tlio .neighbour
hood; iijid although they visit not to adver
tise their prices, yetthuy feel confident tha;
they have better goods! and will sell chea
per than any store in Bloomsbiirg. k
xjicirnuv siocK nas ncen purcnaseu ;a.t
the manufacturers' establishments, at the
very lowest prices, and consists of
Dive, Black, Brown, Invisible Green, h'ncl
runny cowurea viouis, vassimcre
and Sattinctts ; Silks, Merinos',
Ginghams, and Calicoes ;
Linnens and Muslins ;
In fine, they have every thing which no'
ccssity or fancy may desire from a yprd of
tape lo tho fijicst article in Dry Goods, anil
from a needle to a slove in Hardware.
Their stock of
Crroceries fit Liquors.
Oils, Salt and Fishmiim'nvdre,
in more extensive and kMfefieJcctc,d that
the samo articles in aivJibf , the' ricish-
hnnritnr atnrAR. . .'
Tlioso who wish.w,7;aiidigood
articles of Ierchaiidi7.e, Duulq!5lL ,Bt the.
"Bloomsbiirg Arcadu" e3ffir,ihe(pre'or af-'
terexaming elsewhere, ah!,fpailjc,tleir pur
All kinds of Country Prfliluce takcin iri
payment at the highest market prices, '
Bloomsburg, Nov. 18, 1837. -
II. I. be paid, hut no addition-i
al charges, for the aniircl.tn.
eion and del cry ot Irani Hunter, an apprentice
io tno l aiiortg ousiiK'fB, wjio aliijuatulalca irom
my cmploymnt on Sundaj- morning last. Said
boy is about 16 years of age, fair complexion, dark
hair, and had on. a dark brown new coat and pan'
taloonsr A II persons are cautioned against harbor
ing or trusting said boy at their pcrlU
. BERNARD RUPERT.
Bleomsburg, De. 8, 1837,
BT received' and for sale at, tho sloro of the
.Ubscriber splendid afsortment of WOOD.
STOVES, both.vlain and with Bcilcrs. Alfo an,
cssorfmcnt of round and square toul .StivCj; of
different she. C. D. FISIIEB,
Bloomiburg,Scpt.80, 1 87,'
8Ficefl of AssortiKl Merinos, oublo wodth---.
and an canrUnent of Black Mcrinot, of avo
rv superior quality, jurt opened and for ralo at rha.
New and Chap Storo of the'suhecribcre in B1qos)
burg; J. T. MraBLMAK, Oo.
AR IKOIn, Jut recojvec, and ftr whs it th
coir seap storo of
J. T. Musstlman, 5 Co.