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0M 9I1MA MUOtRAT.
I liavo sworn upon tho Altar of God, stomal lioitlllly to story form of Tyranny ovr tho Blind of Man." -Thomas Jaffarion.
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM".
Volume I. RliOOMSRUR'G, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA. SATURBAY, MARCH 31, 1838o Number 49.
HUGH McWlLLIAMS, Esq. Ticasurcr in
.thcftuayofJaWry, until the 31st day
To cash received of '.the several
collectors during 1st quarter $2,20(5 52
balance in favor of ho TreaV
urrcr,vith what may be com
ing from the State as per
- We', tho undersigned, iComniissioncrs of
i-t...'- i- 1 .1.-.-. ...lil.t.- .
auuvc iicpuuuia, mimparuu, iiiciu wiiu uiu voucners, iinu nun mem correct ami just.
.Vilness.our hands this 14th day of February, A!' D.1838.
"' ID DINGS BARKLEY',
t , , - COR. CLAOKNEIt,
' ' 'JOSEPH BRORST,. ,
fyBMM- 1 1 n3EMw ootjwm iiui mm 1 1 ! ! will I
EXPENDITURES of the County of
Commissioners onthe Treasurer thereof, during t(ieyaar one thqusand eight. hun
dred and thirty-seven: " ' v ' ' . M ,,t ;-
Jurors wages and mileage,
Constables attending Court, ,
Constables making returns to
qiiarter sessions, 100 04
Commissioners & Clerk's wa- ' t
ges, 401 50
"Viewers of Roads and Bridges, 195 00 :
State costs, , 117 04
Elections General, " 234 50'
Contingent Expenses', . 5G 03
Printing and Stationary", 349 70
Bridge .buildingand repairing', 2,866 12i
We, the undersigned Auditors Uuly ele'ct'od to settle nrfd'adjust'tKe accounts, of tlic
'County of Columbia, do certify that wc
report a balanco against the County of
sixty-seven and one halt cents.
Witness our hands this 14th day of February, A. D. 1838.
PETER KLINE, ")
JOHN BIDDLE, i Auditors.
GEO : II. WILL1TS, J
, Wii, 'the undersigned-Auditors; do find Sheriff Salmon accountable for twelve dollars
Jury fees, we also find Sheriff Reed yet accountable for thirty-nine dollars Jury fees, as
We, tho undersigned Auditors of the
the County from John I'ruit anil llugn Mc
-33-34-35 and 36, the sum of five hundred and fifty-two dolllars, after tiio liquidation
of the State tax, the'silm of two hundred and twenty-two dollars and ninety-four cents.
, V ' . . TrillA! nmnrp -
' " .IVJ11H UlUULlLl, . I. ,',
A Statement ffioiving the, balances due from the
Townships; Years, Amt.of ilupli'ls, 1 Ami. paid!
' , i.
Fishing Creek, 18371 .$198 38 , 20 72
Sugarloaf, ' 205 18 .. 00 .09
Mount, pleasant, " 205 73. . 54 00
Liberty, " 424 54 01, 00
Greenwood, 428 23 95 87 i
Madisqri, ' " 432 50 130 32
Roaring Creek,. " 519 ,4Q 172 50
Hemlock, ' GOO 82 100 03
Cattawissa, ' 885 45 115 22.
Mifllin, G15 01 225 00
Perry, 070 ,08 248 12i
Briar Creek, " 035 03 00 00
Mahoning, " 1,000 00 212 00
Blriom, " 060 0? 245 00
Limestone " 453 87 3G8 50
Mahoning, 1830 1,359 50 871 47
Madison, ( 583 40 28 80
Mount Pleasant, 301 44 319 00
Mifllin;- - " 793 30 253 50
Greenwood, 572 55 437 00
Derry, 001 27 714 00
Qattawissa, ' 1177 32 031 70
Briar Creek ',' 1250 20 890 70
Mahoning, 1835 M,00 28 1153 28
Derry, " 001 52 325 15j
Mifllin, " 430 08 353 28
John Lazarus, , ,
Henry II. FritZj
John Brown, serir.
David Phillips, (
jQThose marked thus have
Alt IRON Just rcived, and for salt at
now & cheap More 01
J, T. Itosetnttrt, If Ctb,
account with tho County of Columbia, from
of DbceUSber, A. D. 1837, both days in-
' CR. ' ,' DOLLS. CTS.
By cash paid on Commission-'
ers orders,''' ' "j 1 ' '
Fox Scalps, " ' , " ' '
balance (hie per last report',
w r no
the Coun'tv of Columbia, Have examined the
' u.l'1? 1 it - ' 11 ' l ;.!.
Columbia, as. ,nor, the order, issued by, the
Amount brought up
Education ol the Poor
Auditors Wages, 1 ' ,
Prothonotary and .Clerk of the
Coroners' Fees, ' '
Jailor and Sheriff's Fees,
WolfaUd Fox:antl Fox Scalps',
!' li,:- '
have examined the foregoing accountsand do
seventeen hundred and sixty-three dollars and
PETER KLINE, ")
' JOHN BIDDLE, I Auditors.
GEO: H. WILL1TS,
County of Columbia, do report that we find due
Williams, late J rea
'reasutors .for the years 1832
H. WILL1TS, 5
'.everal. Cplect6rs at the end of the
amount of taxes due
T3750R CAPS, just received, and fcr sale at ths
H ' nrw cfc eiiip stou of
J. T. Mtfsselmari) ot
LTj persona indebted to tlic subscriber by bond I
noic, or oook account, or otherwise, aro rc
quested to call and settle the same before the first
day vf April, next. He is determined to have old
matters justly arranged; and thoso. who neglect at-
no mistake. . DANIEL SNYDER.
Bloomsburg, January G, 1838. 37-tf
WALLERSIIAMP'S Cough Sirup and Family
y pmgj ferMS'
Tobias's' Health Emporium.
USIIELS OF CLOVERSEED
of a superior oualitv. iutt re
ceived, and lorsalo at the riew and cheap storo o
J. T. MUSSELMAN, & Co.
Bloomsburg, Feb. 3, 1838.
Mead's Anti-Dyspeptic or Stomach Pills,
JTSOll indigestion, or sour Stomach, on hand, and
1 Mr si) A nt
Tobias Ifcalth Emnoriam.
Bloomsburg, January 13, 1838. 38-4 1
"ttTERY respectfully informs his friends and th'r
f publie, that ho has always on han i, at his Li
very (Stable m liloomtburg, for tlie purposes of Hir
or mcnangc, a variety ol
GIGS, WAGONS, AND SLEIGHS.
which he wijl feel gratified to keep in rcadiuess for
tho accommodation of customers'.
Personal application can be made athisresidencc,
When ovcry means. will bo used to render entire sat
isfaction of those who may give him a call
NOAH S. PRENTIS.
Bloomsburg, November 4, ,1837.
Cheaper than cheap !
THE subscriber would respectfully announce
to I ho people of Bloomsburg and vicinity, &
to tho public in general, that ho has just returned a
second time from tho city, and is opening out his
I comprises a neat and general assortmcntof
purchase, 'which, together with Ins former stock
Consisting in part of an assortment of
Cloths, Cassimcrcs, Satlinetts, Merinos,
Merino Shawls Handkerchufs,
Dress Sonnet Silks and
Trimmings, t Ginghams,
Muslins, Veslings, Stocks, Hosier), fye.
An extensive atsortnicnt of
Hardware, Hollow-ware, China, Glass,
$ Quecnswarc, Crockery, Groceries and
Liquors, Oils. Paints. Salt;'Fish. &c.
All of which ho offers for sale at his store room in
Hl"isbine. on. Main-street, directly opposite the
to call mid sco for thcinscues, as he intends selling
hU pnnifa Klill n liMn rhrnnpr tln nni- vt nirrl
his goods still a littlo cheaper than any yet offered
loiuu puuuc, tor casn or country prouuee.
. UEOKGE WEAVER.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 30, 18U7.
Dr. Freeman's Indian Specific,
PjjOR tho prevention and cpro of colds, coughs.
IP Asthmas, consumptions, spittinc of blood.
and all disordcrs of the breast and lungs, for sale at
no Drug store of the subscriber, in Bloomsburg.
J). S. Jobias.
fiflivant's Tonic Mixture,
R Yrgetable Vermifuge, a lasting euro for the
1 over and Ague, on hand and for sale by
I). i. Jobtas.
Look at. This.
NPIRITS, for renewing and cleansing Ladies &
3 Gentlemen's wearing apparrcl, and rcstorcing
them to their original colour and brightness. This
axcdlcnt Renovator never fails, no matter with what
article tho garment may bo stained. It removes
all groasa from tho collars of coats, spots and 6tains
causcu uy ume, paints, tnr, oil, &c. c. for salo at
1 obtai i s Health Emporium.
Illoomsburg, January 37,-1838, 40 3t
DOY that can come well repommemt
fmm 1Q in IK if0ra nrrn nn'nn.
U1c qf attending to horses and wait on custo
mers at the bar, will lindi employment and
goi nucrui wages Dy calling on
Bloomsburg, March 3, 1838. 45 tf
I ZTN Wt ATHJPTT U nrT J. CI 1 1
Zam jn fiuanlitv of Ground Alum Salt iust
received, and for salo at tlic cheap storo of
J. J . Mttsselmun, y Co.
JOB PHIWTI1TG ,
Ncaty executed at the Democrat offite.
HE subscriber Would respectfully inform the
j - jftVDEIt into co-partnership in his Tannery, and
that tho business will hereafter bo conducted Undor
putino mat no has taken bis son WILLIAM
tho firm of Daniel &.
established stand in D
William Snydor, at th old I
Bloomtburg, .January 0,1838. . 37-tf
,V good quality, and for sato at the lowest' prl-
f cc9. always on hand at the old established
Tannery, adjoining Snyder's Hotel. Tho subscri
bers would respectfully solicit a continuanco of the
liberal customs hiretofiire enjoyed by tho senior
Bloonuburg, January 0, 1838. 37-tf
HERE AS. tho honorable ELLIS LEWIS
President of tlie Courts of Oyer and Ttr-1
miner and General Jail Delivery, Coutt of Quarter
cessions of the Peace, and uourt of Common l'lea3,
.and Orphan's Court, in the eighth Judicial District,
composed of tUe counties ot IS orUiumuerianu. u nion,
Columbia and Lycoming; and tho lion. Willi ax i
MoKTUOMGnx and Lkosauu Rui-kbt, Esquires,
I UaaVvlulU J UULIvS III VUlUlliUiU iuu.i.T, .o.u
t...i ; v: iinnl ;uc.in,i t
I 111 J VIA U WUA muuuui... v.fj... I
and thirty-eight, and to mo directed, for holding
directed lor Iioluinir I
Jl Court of Oyer and Terminer and G'h-
eal Jail JJelivcry, uencrai quarter
'' Picas, and Orphan's Court
IN DANMLLE, in the county of Columbia, on
the third Mlnday of April next, (being the 16th
day) and to continue one, week.
NUTWV is there ore Hereby River i 10 me cor
oner, the Justices of the Peaco. 'and Constables of
thn said Couiitv of Columbia, thatthey be then and
there in the lr proper persons, at ten o ciock, in me
forenoon of said day, with their records, inquisition,
and other remembrances to do those things which
to their offices appertain to be done. And those
who arc bound by recognizances to prosecute
acainst tho prisoners that are or may bo in the jail
of said county of Columbia, aretobe then and there
to meiecute acainst them as shall he nisi, jurors
aro requested to be punctual in their attendance, a
grecably to their notices. '
Dated at Danville, the 19th "day of February, in
tho year of our Lord one, thousand eight hun
dred and .tliirty-cighf, and ip tho C3d year of
the independence of the Uni'ad States of Amer
ica. WILLIAM KITCHEN, ShtrW-
Sheriff's Office, Danville,
Feb. 10,1838. 42 Ot ,
MUCH CHEAP ERhTHJIN EVER I
Would beg leavo to announce to the peo
ple of Bloomsburg and vicinity, that he has
just received a splendid assortment of sea
Consisting of cyery variety off Cloths,
Cassimcrcs and Aaltinclls ; jblanncls,
and Canton Flunnels, of gvrry colour;
Jllack, Brown and Green Mirinos,of
every shade and (juality ; and in fact a'
full assortment of Drawer Common
Goods, among which are an extensive
Groceries & Liquors,
China, Glass and Queens-Ware,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
Sperm. Refined and Common Limp Oil,
Hardware, Castings, & Iron,
men's and womsn's ,
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS,
together with every variety of merchandize
which can meet tho wants or please the
fancy all which he will dispose of at the
He returns his acknowledgments to cus
tomcrs for their very liberal support, and
with a firm determination to please through
attention o business, ho solicits a continu
ance of their calls and custom.
(Tj All kinds of country product will be taken
in exchange for goods.
C. D. FISHER.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 10,1837.
J. T. MiissscIinaiB, it Co.
OULD again announce to their customers,
and tho public, that they haTe jcbt' re
ceived another fresh supply of
embracing every variety of Dry Goods, Groceries
Liquors, Hardware, &c. which they intend to soil
at the most reduced prices at their new and cheap
1 storo in IJloomsburu. They invito n call Irons
I those who vfttstquee articles atarnert cett prices,
Dscemtsr 9, 188T.
RUPERT & BARTOJT,
(Successors to E. II. Biggs,)
RESPECTFULLY announce to
friends and the public, that they have
chased from b. 11. Biggs his interest in the
store formerly kept by him, and that they
have just received an extensive and splen
out assortment ol
Pall & Winter Goods,
which t,hcy aro now opening for the exa
mination and accommodation of Customers,
at the New Store House, just constructed
by Mr. Biggs, and opposite tp Mr. Robi
sons stage office. Their assortment is not
only very extensive, but carefully elected
to answer tlie uemands ol the neighbour-
hood: and altliouirli tlievwish not to adver-
;., ..:. prices, vei thp.v fnrl rnnfitlcnl lhnt
. . l. J :
J'crthan any store in Bloomsburg.
fp1, t I -I
nuw oiuuji iiua uuuji ijuruiiaacu
the manufacturers' eslablishment3, at the
very lowest prices, and consists of
DP.T GOODS, '
SUCH A3 , '
Blue,,Black, llrown, Invisible Grttn, and
Fancy coloured Cloths, Cassimeres
and Salthictts ; Silks, Merinos,
Gin'qhams, and Calicoes ;
Lumens and Muslins ;
In fine, they have every thing which n
cessity or fancy may desire from a yard of
tape to the linest article in Dry Uoods, and
from a needle to a stove in Hardware.
Their stock of -
d-roceries &. Liquors:
Oik, Salt and Fish, Hollow-ware,
5-c. ij-c. $-c cj-c.
is more extensive and better selected thin
tho same articles in any of the neigh
bouring stores. r
I hose vyjio wish new, cheap, and tood
articles of Merchandize, should call at ,th
'Bloomsburg Arcade" either before or af
terexaming elsewhere, and make their pur
chases. ' ' ,
All kinds of Country Produce 'taken in
payment at the highest market pricis.
Bloomsburg, Nov. 18, 1837.
N invaluablesmily medicine tax worms, dy
, entary, borel complabts, cholic. cbolers
nioibus, vomiting, pains or weakness in the stom
ach, loss Of appetite, fever and ague, ttctkept iV
Tobias's Health Emporium
Swaim's Panacea, t
"HTQ ENOWNED throughout the.whole world fot
Ja& its efficacious qualities as a family medicins,
constantly on hand, and for salo at tlie Drogetore ot
D. S. Tobias.
OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT,
Next poor to Romson's Staob Or tips
The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be
published every Saturday morning, at
TWO DOLLARS per annum, payabh
half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars
Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year.
No subscription will he taken for a sltorhr
pcriqd than six jnonths; nor any discon
tinuance permitted, uniil ail arrearages
AD VER TISEMENTS not exceeding a
square will be conspicuously inserted at
One Dollar for the first three insortifmr,
and Twenty-fme cents for every subse
quent nsertton. CJA liberal dheovrt
made to those who advertise by the t4&
LETTERS, tfttrcssli on 6VAv,
be post paid.