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OLI flini DEMOCRAT.
I have swbrli upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to cvtery form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas J.rTsrion. .
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY J.Q1IN ,Si INGRAM AND FMNKlAN S. MILLS. ' .
Volume I. BliOOMSBURCr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATtTRBAY, MARCfcl iO, ' WTimrtxev 46.
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JQtaceiptS & ESxpendittarej
'H.UGII McWILLlAMS, Esq. Tieasur'cr in
tiro nrst uay ot January, until tho illst uay 01 December, A. V. 1B37 ooin uays inclusive.
, , , D1C. b'6i,Ls. Icts.
To cash received of the soveral
fcolkrjtors during 1st quarter $2,200 02
Balance in favor of tWo Tre'as
urrer.wilri what may be com
ing from the State asier-eentage-,'
We, tho undersigned, 'Commissid'ricrs of
tibovc nccbunts, cdrnpared them with the
i Witness our hands tins 14lh day of
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EXPENDITURES of the Count of Columbia 'as par the order issued by
Commissioners oh the Treasurer thereof , during the year one thousand eight I
area ana thirty-seven.
. 93 00
Jurors wages and mileage,
Constables attending Court,
Constables making returns to
Commissioners & Clerk.'s wa
Viewors df Roads aim Bridges
Printing and Stationary-,
Brfdgc building und repairing)
We, th5 undersigned Auditors duly clectcd to settle and adjust thfeSaccounts of tho
County of Columbia, do certify that we have dxaminSd the foregoing accounts, alid db
report a balance against the CoUniy or
.(C.,...,D 1 L l,if h, '
9i.ijf oii T .41 unu yjnyj iiuii vunia
'Witness our hands this 14th day of
we, the undersigned Auditors, do find
Jury fees, we also und Shenll Keeu yet
per last reports'.
We, the unuarsigneu Auaitors ol the
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"the. CoUnty from John Fruit ahd Hugh
33-34n5 and. 36. the sum of five huriUred and fiftv-two dolllars. after the liauidation
of the State taxi the sum of twd hundred
Q Statement shdwing the balances duefrcm the several Collectors at the end of
Henry H. Fritz,
John Brown, senr.
Roaring Creek j
Total amount of taxes due(
fcyThose marked thus have sincQ paid.
Alt IRON, Just received, and for salo
account Willi the Co.unty of Columbia, from
By cash paid on Commissioh-
F6)r. Scalps, ., ,( '.,
Balance due per last'report,
the County of Columbia, have examined the
vouchers, and find them correct and just.
February, A. D. 1838,
' 1DD1NGS BARKLEY,
Amount brought up
Education of the Poor
Protllonotary and Clerk of the
Jailor and Sheriff's Fees,
Wolf and Fox and Fox Scalps)
seventeen hundred and sixty-three dollars and
February, A. D. 1838.
GEO : II. WILLITS,
Sheriff Salmon accountable for.ttv-clve ddllars
accountable lor thirty-nine dollars Jury lees, as
JOHN! BIDDLE,' I Auditors.
r-i i - rr urir t rrnn I
11. UlljJjLlB. 1 ,
ieunty ol ooiumbia, do report that we hnd
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McWilliarris, late TreasUters for tho years 1832
and twenty-twd dollars and ninety-four cents,
TOTTIC HIDDT V )
GEO : II. WILLITS,
Years, Amt.of dupli'ts.
Amt. paid'.,, .. . Balance
lUR CAPS, just received, aild fbr sale at
THE DEVONSHIRE BULL AGAIN
TO SPORTSMEN. .
Great Shooting BHatchI
QtHIi public are rospectfully informed, that on
Till) USD AY, tho 15th day of MARCH,
i the famous
brougbA to this county from the stato of New York
by Mr Valentine Beidleman, will bo shot for at
ORANpEVtLLE, Col. co. Ho in a full-blooded
Devonshire, of a bright cherry red colour, and
weighs, in common running order,
I Ho is certainly tho largest and handsomest animal
oithe kind ever introduced into this section of coun
try: and those who would desire a prize worth con
tending tor, are invited to attend on tne above uay
and exhibit their skill. ;
Marksmen irom all tlio adjoining counties are re-
Uutcd t0 attcnJ
March 3, 1838.
The enrolled inhabitants belonging to the
First Battallion 71st Regiment P. M., are
hereby notified that an election will be held
at the house ol Alexander Hughes, m Ur
angcvillc Columbia county on Saturday the
10th day ol march next, between tliq hours
of ten in the forenoon and six in the. after
noon, to elect by ballot one person for Ma
jor for said battallion in the room of Uzol
Hopkins, dec u.
Inspector 1st Brigade 8th Div. P. M.
Limestone, Feb. 17, 1838. 43 4t
VALLERSHAMP'S Cough Sirup and Family
Fills, for sale at
Tobias's Health Emporiiim.
LTj persons indebted to the subscriber on Book
account or otherwise for one year back, are
requested to make payment prior to tho 25th of
Bloomsburg, Feb. 3, 1838.
rnnilE subscriber Would respectfully inform the
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Ji- ,Pwe,iai nouMtaitcn ino store recently
occupied by Mr. McDowell, in Orangcville, and is
now opening and receiving lrom SSe.te York and
Philadelphia, a splendid assortment of all kinds o
which he will disposeof at tho mbst reduced prices
lor cash or country produce. The public are wvi
lCfl 10 can and examine lor tbemscne
ft T.T.TlAMnno imMifml In tli itYier.1ifivlwin.1
due hiuostcd to call and settle the same befure the first
.A. "".v., UVVUU.,., . UU.V.I...V, W
day of April, next. He is determined td have old
matters justly arranged: and those who neglect at
tending to this notice may rely on strict legal pro-
ccedmgs for tho purposes of settlement. There is
no mistake. DANIEL SNYDER.
Bloomsburg, January 0, 1838. 37-tf
the W7 MPLOYMENT mil be given to20stonocut-
M2A terB ana masons, drillers, common la-
horefs, 10 wood choppers, and 10 teams, at Bridge
UNo. 1, Uatawissa Kail Itoad, by tho subscribers:
Schutilcr, Frick, y Co.
Catawissa Furnace, January C, 1838. 37-3t
USHELS OF CLOVEltSEED
of a superior quality, just re
ceived, and fbr salo at the new and cheap store o
J. T. MUSSELMAN, & Co.
Bloomsburg, Feb, 3, 1838.
Mead's Anti-Dyspeptic or Stomach Pills,
Oil indigestion, or sour Stomach, oh hand, and
tor sole at
Tobiat' Health Emporium.
Bloomsburg, lanuaiy 13, 1838. 88-4t
VERY respectfully informs his friends and tho
public, that he has always on hand, at his Li
very Stable iri Bloomsburg, for tho purposes of Hire
or r-ixenange, a variety of
GIGS, WAGONS, AND SLEIGHS.
32v which he will feel gratiCed to keep in readiuest
tne accommodation ot customers.
Personal application can be made at his residence,
wnon ovary means will bo used to render entire
islaction of Uioie who may giVo him a call.
NOAH S. PRENTIS,
Cheaper than cheap !
HE subscriber would respectfully announce
to lne people ol uioomsburg and vicinity, &
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io mo puunc in general, mat He lias just returned a
second timo from the citv. and is oneninfr out
Ilia I o
purchase, winch, together with his former stock
comprises a neat and general assortment of
Consisting in part of an assortment of
Cloths, Cassimcrcs, Sattinells, Merinos,
Merino Shawls Handkerchiefs,
Dress $ Bonnet, Silks and
Muslins, Veslings, Stocks, Hosiery, fye.
An. extensive assortment of
Hardware, Hollow-ware, China, Glass,
Queensware, Crockery; Groceries and
Liquors, Uils, faints, Aalt, fish, yc.
All of which he offers for sale at his storu- room in
liloomsburg, on Main-street, directly opposite the
Post office, where the public are respectfully invited
to call and see for themselves, as he intends selling
his goods still a little cheaper than any yet offered
to the public, for cash or country produce.'
Bldomsburg, Dec. 30, 1837.
Dr. Freeman's Indian Specific,
jOR the preVcntion and euro bf coKta, coughs,.
1 Asthmas, consumptions. Epitttnsr of blood,
and all disorders of the breast and lungs, for sale at
he 1) rug 6tore of the subscriber, in liloomsburg.
D. S; Tobias.
Ilawanl's' Tonic Mixture,
R Vegetable Vermifuge, a lasting cure for the
Fever and Ague, on hand and for sale by
. D. S. Tobias.
A TliREE DOLLAR Shinplaster; the
owner can have it by callinjr at this office,
alid paying for-this advcrtis'ement;
Bloomsburg, Feb. 17, 1838. 43
HE subscriber wishes to engage rot one year.
lrom the first day of Apul nsxt, tho service
such nn orto as can rttdke One and Two Horse Wa
gdns in a firm and substantial manner. Also :
jL BPJCK IffOTTLDERs
for the season, who can come well recommended as
a good workman. Either of the above will obtain
reasonable wages by applying to the Undersigned.
Bloomsburg, January 27, 1838; 40-tf
FTTHE partnership heretofore existing between
B tho undorsigned, trading under thb firm
Josenh Lemon.. &. Co. was mutually dissolved on
tho 15th df January, 1833., All persons having de
mands will please to present them lor settlement, 6t
those indebted to the firm are requested to make imr
Jiihbarr 27, 16J8. 40it
HE PROPRIETOR of tho North. Branch.
Lino df Mail Stages would inform the tmv
ellins Public that ho has reduced the faro td T WO
JJUiiLAKS for through passengers, and four cents
amilofor way passengers. Leaving Northumbcr-
land daily at tho arrival of the Jlarnsburg fetage-
(Trr or seats at .Northumberland, apply at 11. 11.
Burr's Hotel. Returning leaving Wilkesbar'ra
every morning between 8 and 9 o'clock ; for seats
apply at the Ildtels of (i. Ivorher and George I'.
Bloomsburg, January 27, 1838. 40 tf.
Xiook at This.
IPIRITS, for, renewing and cleansing Ladies &
Gentlemen s wearing apparrcl, and rostorclng
them tb their original coloilr and brighkiosa, Tills
axcollent Renovator never fails, no matter with what
article tlio garment may be stained. It removes
all grease from tho collars of coats, spots and stains
caused by lime, pain(s, tar, oil, Sec. &c. for salo at
J obias s Health Lmvorium.
BlrirJmsbursr, January 27, 1838. 40 3t
Neat; executed at the Democrat office.
ecneral supply of FRESH OYSTERS raa
alwavs be obtiineddurine the season, bv at
7" : .u !.. i r.i i : ; .. r i
W;"r JOHN H MO?K
BOY that can come well recommend
ed, from 12 to 15 vears of aire, cana-
bio of attending to horses and waiton custo
mers at the bar, will line employment and
, ' i ji- '
n vaiuug vu
Bloomsburg, March 3, 1838. r 45tf
THE subscriber would respectfully inform tho
public that he has taken his son WILLIAM
Si VDER into co-partnership in his Tannery, and
that the business will hereafter bo conducted under
the firm of Daniel & William Snyder, at the old
established stand in Bloomsburg.
Bloomsburg, January 6, 1838. 37-tf
F gdod quality, and for sale at tho lowest pri
' ecu. ahvavs on hand at tho old established
Tannery, adjoining Snyder's Hotel. The subscri
bers would respectfully solicit a continuance of tha
liberal customs heretofore enjoyed by the senior
Bloomsburg, January 0, 1838. 37-tf
Lf pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Cotirt of Columbia Cbdnty, will be sojd at
Public Vendue, on Saturday, the 10th day
March, next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
the following described real estate, late the
property of Nathaniel ldgar, late ol Hem
lock township, deceased, a certain tract of
situate inthetovVnshisp aforesaid, Columbia
more or less, adjoining lands of Isaa'e Shoe
maker, Andrew Shoemaker, and others.
,The improvement are a
HOUSE AND HALF BARN. t
The land is of good quality well watered
and fenced. Conditions at the time of sale.
MICHAEL STECHER, Adm'r.
By trio Court, ' ,
Jas. uonaiason, uierK.
Feb. 17, 183t. 43 4l
t HERE AS, the honorahl'e ELLIS LEWIS
President of the Courts bf Oyer and Ter-
rrfinerand General Jail Dclivcry.'Court of Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, and Court of Common Pleas,
and Orphan's Court, in the eighth Judicial District,
composed of tlio counties of Northumbcrlatid.Union,
Columbia and Lycoming ; and tno lion. tvjiutH
Moxtgomert and Li-.osinn Rbueut, Esquires,
associate Judges in Columbia county, have issued
Ibetr urccerit bearinir ditothe 19th day of February
n in the vear of our Lord one thousand, eight hundred
of and' thirty-eight, and to mo directed for holding
A Court of Oyer and Terminer and GaP
eat iuii jJinuLry; uukku iunu
Sessions of the Peace, Common
Pleas, and Orphan's Court i
IN DANA ILLE, in (ho county of Columbia, orl
the third M today of April next, (being the IGth
day) and to continue ono week.
JfUJlUJs is tnereture ittrtoy given io mc cor
oner, the Justices f tho Peace, and Constables bf
the said County of Columbia, that they be then and
there in their proper persons, at ten o'clock, in tho
torcnoon ol said uay, wiuuneirrecorus,iu4uisiuuuH,
and other remembrances to do tnose things wiucu
to their offices appcrtaih to be done. And those
who are bound by recognizances to prosecute
against tho prisoners that are or may be in the jail
of said county of Columbia, are to bp then anu mere
- td pro. ccuto against them as alia 1 bo just.
are requested to do puncruai m mcir -
I grceauiy u, uicn uuvv, .
Dated at Danville, tho lOUt day of l ebrUary, in
tlm vp.ir nf our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and thirty-eight, and in the 63d year of
the independence of the United States bf Amer
ica. WtLLiAM KITCHEN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Danville,
Feb. 10, 1S38.
OFFICE OF THE DEMO GMT,
Next door Td Robison's Stage Office
The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be
published every Saturday mot'ntng, at
TlP'O DOLL'ARS per annum, payable
half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars
Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year.
No subscription will be taken for a shorter
period than six months; nor any atscon
tinuance permitted, Until all arrearages
AD VERTI$EMENTS Hot exceeding a
...til I.. .A.b.i..jn,ielil ivwmviorl ni
square ivui ce cutMui.j" "v'".
One Dollar for the, first three insertions,
ahd Twenty-five cents for every subse
quent ntertion. cyA liberal discount
made to those toho'advertise by the year;
I LETTERS addmsed on businu,, must
new & cheap store ot
J. T, Musseman, Co,
new x cheap stoxo ot
J. 7 Musselmnni $ Co.
Bloonuburir, November 4, I88Ti
DoetmberS, 180T. be post paid