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I have sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas JclTerton.
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM AND FRANKLIN S. MILLS.
BliOOMSBtiRGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1838.
OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT,
Next boor to Uodison's Stage Office.
The COLUMBIA DEMOCRA T will be
published every Saturday morning, at
TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable
jialf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars
Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year.
Nro subscription will betaken for a shorter
period than six months, nor any discon
tinuance permitted, until all arrearages
AD VERTISEMENTS not exceeding a
square will be conspicuously inserted at
One Dollar for the first three insertions,
' and Twenty-five cents for every subse
quent nserllon. d"A liberal discount
made to those ivho advertise by the year.
LETTERS addressed on business, must
be post paid.
A IjIST OF L.ETTERH
I EMAININO in tho Post Office at BIooms-
lutrg, January I, 1838.
Alurv Bovver John Klino
' John Baylor Kmanucl Lazarus
Joseph Coleman Peter Mcnch
Lewis Comptbh Sabinn Miller
Thomas Cor Andrew Mclirk .
Andrew Emm I'ctcr Miller, (Tanner)
Rev. Win. J. EycY U. & D. Ncwhard
James C. Fox (Jcorgo Itusscl .
Henry Gciger Daniel Reedy (2)
Daniel Gciger Oharlotto Rittor ,
Thomas llartman Mrs. Elizabeth Sliumaler
Daniel Howcr " Mary Sloyman
Catharine Hartman " Rebecca Vandcrsliee 2
Edward Hicks Henry Weaver
Mrs. Elizabeth Jacoby Michcol Waltar
llcbcrka I. Johnson Jacob Wo'zlcr
Mrs. Sully Ann Kendy Gcorgo Zciglcr 3(5
Qj'Prvsons calling for the above letters will please
say they lire advertised. B. RUPERT, P.M.
January 13. 1838. 38-3t
FTTtllE subscriber would respectfully inform tho
H public that he has taken his son WILLIAM
SNA'DER into co-partnership in his Tannery, and
that the business will hereafter bo conducted under
the firm of Daniel 5s William Snyder, at the old
'established stand in Dloomsburg.
Dloomsburg, January C, 1838. 37-tf
iP good quality, and for sale at the lowest pri
y cos, always on hand at tho old established
Tannery, ruljoiuing Snyder's Hotel. Tho subscri
liers would respectfully solicit a continuance of tho
liberal customs hcretoioro enjoyed ly tnu senior
Bloomsburg, January 0, 1838. 37-tf
IS wanted immmcdiatcly by tho subscribers, to
the Tanning business. A boy between 14 and
17 yours of ago will obtain a good situation by op
Bloomsburg, January C, 1838. 37-tf
LTi persons indebted to tho subscriber by bond,
, note, or book account, or otherwise, arc re
quested to call and settle tho same before the Jirst
day ft April, next. Ho it determined to liavo old
matters justly arranged; and those who neglect at
tending to this notico may rely on strict legal pro
ceedings for tho purposes of settlement. There Is
no mistake. DANIEL SNYDER.
JHoomsburg, January C, 1838. 37-tf
imT nvurw'n ...:n i. .:., on
j mi iju ill xjil i will iiu hi nil mw p.uiiu mi'
2A ters and masons, 20 drillers, SO common la
borers, 10 wood choppers, and 10 learns, at Irid(.o
no. I, Oatawissa Kail Koad, by tlio subscribers.
bcfiuyler, J'rick, y Co
Catawissa Furnace, January G, 1838.
TERV, rospcctfnlly informs his friends and the
V public, that he has always on hand, ut his Li
very Stablo irt Bloomsburg, for tho purpose of Hire
or Exchange, a variety of
GIGS, WAGONS, AND SLEIGHS,
'which ho will feel gratified to keep in rcadiucss for
'the accommodation of customers.
Personal application can he made athi&nuideneo,
hen every moans will be used to render cntlio sat
ufactiou to those who may give htm a call.
NOAH fi. PRENTI8.
Bloomsburg, November 4, 1837.
niST received, nnil fnr nnln nt tlio store of th
op subscriberi a splendid assortment of WOOD
STf)VKS'. liolh flnfn and wllh Unllnrs. A
assortment of round and squtiro Coal Stovt$; of
different sizes. C. II. FI8HEH.
Bloomsburg, Sept. 30, 1837.
THE subscriber would respectfully inform the
public, that ho has taken tho storo recently
occupied by Mr. McDowell, in Orangcville, and is
now opening and receiving from New York and
Philadelphia, a splendid assortment of all kinds o
which ho will dispose of at tho most reduced prices
for cash or country produce. The public arc invi
ted to call aiidexaininu for themselves.
Orangcville, Oct. 7, 1837
Cheaper than cheap!
THE subscriber would respectfully announce
to llic people of Bloomsburg and vicinity, &.
to the public in general, that ho has just returned a
second time from the city, and if opening out his
purchase, which, together with hU former stock
comprises neat and general assortment of
Consisting in part of an assortment of
Cloths, Cassimcrcs, Sutl'melts, Merinos, t
Merino Shawls Handkcrchitfs,
Dress $ Bonhel. Silks and
Muslins, Vestings, Stoclis, Hosiery, tye.
An extensive assortment of
Hardware, Hollow-ware, China, Glass,
$ Quecnswarc, Crockery, Groceries and
Liquors, Oils, Paints, Salt, Fish, yc.
All of which ho offers for sale at his storo room in
Bloomsburg, on Main-street, directly opposite the
Post office, where the public arc respectfully invited
to call and sco for themselves, as he intend.! selling
his goods still a little cheaper than any yet "offered
to tho public, for cash or couirtry produce.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 30, 1837.
Dr. Freeman's Indian Specific,
FOR tho prevention and euro of colds, coughs,
Asthlnai, consumptions, spitting of blood,
mid all disorders of tho breast and lungs, for sale at
no Drug store of the subscriber, m Bloonibburg.
D. S. 'Tobias.
HE snbsciibor wishes to engage for one year
irom mo nrsi uay oi April next, tlio services
RaicanVs Tonic Mixture,
H Vegetable Vermifuge, a lasting cure for the
i over ami Ague, on naml and tor eato by
I). S. Tobias.
Mead's Anti-Dyspeptic or Stomach Pills,
RJjSOU indigostion, or sour Stomach, on hand, and
n ' lor salo at
Tobias' Health Emporium.
Dloomsburg, January-13, 1838. 38-lt
f N invaluable family motlicino for worms, dys
cntary, bonel complaints, cholie, ch'olora
morbus, vomiting, pains or weakness in the stom-
acn, losa ot appetite, lever and ague, &c. kept at
Tobias's Health Emporium.
Wh ENOWNED throughout the wholo world for
Kbi its efficacious qualities as a family medicine,
constantly on hand, and for salo at the Drugstore of
J), o. lobias.
Leidy's Compound Sarsaparilla,
R blood pills for Rheumatic affections, general
debility, ulcerous sorosof thn nose, throat and
body, white swe lling, diseases of tho liver and skin,
tetter, ring-worm, piles, cramps, &c. for salo at
Tobias's Health Emporium,
Compound Fluid Exlruct,
STOUtho cure of pimples or postule on tho face,
biles, pains in iho bones, chronic rheumatism,
tetter, whito swellings, &c. &c. for halo at
Tobias's Drug Warehouse.
0 Pieces of Assorted Merinos, double wodth
(J and an nssortmont of Jllutc Merinat, of a ve
ry superior quality, just opened and for salo at tho
New and Clioop Store of tho subscribers in Dlooms
burg. j. t. .mi osr;i,.MAr, & uo.
JOHN S. INGRAM,
fjSnENDERS his professional services to tliQeiri-
Pit zensof ColuniU t county. Ho will fool grate
ful lor husiucsd ontrustetl to his rare. Offico in the
samo building with the 'Columbia Democrat
Dloomsburg, May, 1837
J. T. Miissclinaii, A: Co.
WOULD again announce to their customers,
unil tho public, that Ihoy have just re
ceived another fresh supply of
embracing every variety of Dry Goods, Groccrios
Liquors, Hardware, Ac. which llioy iritsnd to sJI
at tho most roducml prices at their now and cheap
storo in Dloomsburg. They invils a call from
those yJio want choice article ttalmost cotpr!oe.
December 0, 1837.
such rm ono as can make Ono and Two Horso Wa
gons in n firm and subtantial manner. Also :
for tho season, who can come well recommended as
a good workman. Either of tho above will obtain
reasonablo wages by applying to tho undersigned.
Henry J Fells.
Ulooinsburg, January 27, 1838. 40-tf
- OF PARTNERSHIP.
Jl. the undcrsignod, trading under the firm of
n'ovjiil 4.. null, . wu. l.M IJILUUBU U1BSU1CU Ull
tho lfith of January, 1833. All persons having de
mands will please to present thorn for settlement, &
thoso indebted to the firm arc requested to make im
' Isaac Lemon.
January 27, 1838. 40-Al
Estate of Jacob JVinler, late if Mount
Pleasant township, Columbia county,
"SjTOTICE is ho'eby given, that Lotlors of Ail
. JJ ministration have lieen cranted to the subscrl
bcr on tho ostato of haid deceased. Thereforo all
persons having claims against said cstulo aro re
(mslcl to iiresent them, and thoso indebted aro io-
qucstcd to muko immediate payment.
David Eves, Adm'r.
Jamiary 20, 1838. ,40-Gt
TTP fi TIO In. i ! .... 1 1 it I - - . .1. -
ju.t w, jhi mulf U11U wr SHIP OI 1UCI
' naw k ehwin storo of
.. T. Mitsselman, ? Co.
Uloorasjeuig Dscoiolsr 2, last.
Estate of LUDWIG HERRING, late
of Bloom township, Columbia county,
flTlnP in tiornlw ivn lliaf T ill.., V A.I
ininlflrntimi linvn lipnn rrr-Tifil in llio anli
scrioer on aam esiate. i neretoro all personsbav
ina elaimsnfraiiiHt snnl nfllntr.. nrn riiiuita.l tn nra.
f cut them, and those indebted are requested to mako
immediate payment, it ttiosc indebted do not at
tend to thu call boforo the first day of Match next,
their accounts will be placed in proper hinds to en
John Herring, Adm'u
January 27, 1838. , , 40-0t
The Esiate of UZJ1L HOPKINS, Etq,
TaTOTICE is hereby given, that Letters of Ad-
JLlJ ministration on tho estate of Uzal Honcixs,
Ksq. late of Bloom township, Columbia county, dc-
i i i i i . .......
iu3cu, ii ucuii Kraiiiui ny mo iiegisier oi Wills,
etc. in and for said county, to the subscriber, rosi-
(If'Tit in Ttlnnmftlmnr. Alt imi-unn ti-.i.irr il.!m.
... ri- ( - i .... ii. n vi ii
said estate aro rcquostcd to preront them for settle
menj; and thoso indebted aro required to make im-
JOHN R. MOYER, Adm'r.
Dloomsburg, Johuary 13, 1838. 39 0t
Cheaper than Bver!
Woillll llfltr ln.nvn In nnnnllmm tn (tin nnnl
...... u . " i.i 1 1 1 1. it ii i. ii n ' .111. jiuu
nli) of UlooinsburL'anil vininitv. llml lin llns
...... . . p J 1 -
just rcceiveu aspicimia assortment ofsca-
Consisting of every variety of Cloths,
Cassimcres and Saltinelts ; Flannels,
and Canton Flannels, of every colour ;
Jilack, Brown and Green Mtrinos, of
every snaac antiyvauty ; and in facta
full assortment of Drawer Common
Goods, among which arc an extensive
Groceries & Liquors,
China, Glass and Queens-Ware,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Sperm. Rofined and Common Limp Oil,
Hardware- Castings, & Iron,
men's and woman's
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS.
touother with ovcrv variotv nf mni-oiiindi
which onn moot tlio wants or nloaso the
fancy all which ho will disnosn nf nt tlm
llo returns his acknowledgments to cus
tomer for their vorv liberal snnnnrt. nnd
with a firm determination to plohso through
.ilinntin.. (!...;.. ,. i::.5 ..
miviiiiuuiuuu5lll5, (IU BUUUllH'U COIIUIIU-
ancc oftheir calls and custom.
jrt" All kinds of country produeo will bo taken
inAchange for goods.
Bloomsburjr, Use. 10, 1837
C B. PI8HBR.
ELEBHATBD UniversrPlMter for the cure
' of OoUt and rhamnntir. rmino ,Ll.nuL.
corns, curing frost-bitten fpet, and soro breaits, fer
Tobias's Health Emporium.
New & cheap Goods
RUPERT & BARTON,
(Successoi-H to K. Jl. lllggs,)
RESPECTFULLY annonnp.n In lhir
friends and the nublie. that tlinv havn nnr.
chased from E. II. Biggs his interest in the
storo formerly kept by him, and that they
have just' received an extensive and splen
did assortment of
Pall & Winter Goods,
which thov aro now ononinn- fnr tho. nvn-
rninatton and accommodation of Customers,
at the New Store House, iust p.onHtrnr.tnd
oy xtr. Jiiircs, and onnosito to Mr. Hobi
sons stage ouicc. 1 heir assortment is not
only very extensive, but carefully felecled
to answer tho demands of the neighbour
hood: Ulltl although tlinv wish tint in rillvfr.
Use thoir prices, yotthey feel confident that
incy navo ucucr cooi s. and will sn I then
Tier than any store in Uloomsburo-.
" .in . . . . a.
inoirncw stocit lias been purchased at
tnc manufacturers' oHtablishmcnts, at the
very lowest prices, and consists of
Blue, Black, Brown, Invisible Green, mid
J'ancy coloured Cloths, Cassimcres
and Sattiiictts ; Silks, Merinos',
Ginghams, and Calicoes ;
. Linnens and Muslins ;
In fino, thoy have every thing which na
cossity or fancy may desire from a yard of
tape to the finest article in Dry Woods, and
lrom a neculo to a stove in Hardware
Thoir stock of
Groceries & Siiquors.
Oils, Salt and Fish, Hollow-ware,
fyc. $-c. .yc cj-c.
is more extensive and better selected than
the same articles in any of the neigh
Those who wish new, cheap, and good
articles of Merchandize, should oall at the
"Ulooinsburg Arcade" cither before or af
ter oxaming elsewhere, aud mako their pur
chases. All kinds of Country Produce takon in
paymont at tho highest market prices.
Uloomsburg, Nov. 18, 18H7.
To the Dial rested & Afflicted!
TOBIAS'S HEALTH EMPORIUM
And Family Drug Warehouse.
"Tho poor man's riches the rich man's bliss."
ETl'LNS his acknowledgments to customers
for Hieir ry liberal supiiort, and would now
respectfully announce to them, and the public gen
erally, that he has jnt received the latost
from Philadelphia, in which material ehaqgos sre
maac. Ills shop u at the old stand, m the same
building with tho post-otlice.
GCjNone but good workmen are employed at his
shop; and those who want their garment made in
a neat, durable and faduonable style; are invited to
give him a call, and they way rely en having their
work welt aud expeditiously eeeuted.
Ho would also announce that ho continues rcf
ulotly to r it cine tho Pnahions, and that any orders
from abroad will be promptly executod.
Jlloonisuurg, January 13, 1838.
general supidy of PRB8H OYSTERS may
uturAva It.. nit ! nn.l diiri hit tlm oann 1 ...
... ......... ...v ul j my.
plying at tho Itefectory of the subaeriBer in Bloom.
Inirg. JOHN R. MOYKH.
IKK nnanlilv nmrnni.,1 Al,,u.u
rwarwd, and for sale at t ha cheap store of
HK subscriber would respectfully announce to
ins menus anu tho public that lie lias opened
a general aasortmont of
Brugs & Medicines,
at his Drug and Chemical Storo in Bloomsburg,
and that ho will be happy to supply tho wants of
thoso who may give him a call. Among his as
sortment are ;
Oil of Almonds,
, , Copaiva
L Plaster, adhesivo
Pills, Anderson's, Scotts,
' Hooper's )
' of Aloea ,
' of Opium
Rust of Iron'
Salt of tartar
cnaka snako root
' whito castilo
Sodo, supar carbonate
Sweet spirits of nitro
Soda powders .
Spirits, of luirtshom
of Lavender comp.
Sugar of lead
Tincturo of Aloes
4 of Assnfictida
' of Peruvian bark
' gf cinnamon
of Muriate of iron
of Spanish fly
of (Jolchicum seed
' of senna
' of Valerian
' . of Guiacum
Virginia snako root
Vials, diflbrcnt sizes
Vitroil, blue, grcen.white
Acetate of zinc
llark Peruvian red
4 cinnamon ,
4 de maltha
4 of fir
Blacking, for boots
Conserve of roses
Elixor of vitriol
Essence of poppermint
Extract of colocynth
4 of hemlock
1 of liquorice
Golden tincturo .
Ink powder, black
I vorv black
ICeytcr'n universal plaster'
Lunar caytio .
Loco foco do.
4 of Galls
4 ofrod precipitate
4 of Spanish lly
Wafers, Whito wax
In fine, his "Emporium of Hpalth" will bo found
to exmtain every variety of the most approved ,
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Dyc-Sttiffa,
Gilt, Fruit, Confections, $-c. yc.
which are warranted of good quality, haying been
carefully selected from the beat established wure
Loose in Philadelphia ; and which lip will soli at
mast reduced price. He will use vry exertion to
accommodate and benefit his cuit'gnicrs.land there
fore respectful! v solicit the patronage of a liberal
public. ' I). 8. TOBIAS.
I) loom-burg, January 6,188s. 37 4t