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PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM.
( Volume if. fe2L.OOMSI2Ufe& COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1838. Ktunfccr 52.
HUGH c WILLIAMS, Esq. Ttcasurcr
thejirst day of January, until the 3lat
To cash received of the several
collectors during 1st quarter 82.20G
Balance in favor of the Treas
urrcr.with what may bo com
ing" from tlie State as per'
Wk, the undersigned, Commissioners of
above accounts, compared them with the
Witness our hands this 14th day of
EXPENDITURES of the Count; of Columhia as par the order issued by the
Commissioners on the Treasurer ihtrcpf, during the year one thousand eight hun-
area ana unriy-scven.
1S3 2 t
Jurors wages and mileage;
Constables attending Court,
Constables making returns to
Commissioners fc Clerk's wa-.
Viewers of Roads and Bridges,
Printing and Stationary,
' 234 50
' 50 03
SO 17 22.J
Bridge building and repairing;
We, the undersigned Auditors (July elected to settle and adjust the accounts of the
County of Columbia, do certify that we have examined the foregoing accounts, and do
report a balance against the County of' seventeen, hundred and sixty-three dollars and
Bixty-sevcn and one half cents.
Witness our hands this 14th day of February, A. D. 1838
Wk, the undersigned Auditors, do find Sheriff Salmon accountable for twelve dollars
Jury fecst we also find Sheriff Reed yet accountable for thirty-nine dollars Jury fees, as
per last reports.
Wn, tho'jUndersigned Auditors of the County of Columbia, do report that we find due
tile County from John Fruit and Hugh eWillinrns, lalo Treasuiers for the years 1832
-33-34-35 and 30, llje sum of five hundred and fifty-two dolllars, after the liquidation
tof iho Staie tax, the sum of two hundred and twenty-two dollars anil ninety-fdtlr cents.
JOHN BIDDLE, 7 Editors
GEO : H. WILLITS, 5 Jiutiltors-
A Statement showing the balances due from the several Collectors at the eiid of the
Collectors Names Tevvnships. Yearn, Amt.df dupli'ts. Airit: paid. Bilancedu,
tlcnry II, Fritz,
John Brown, senr.
David Phillips, .
a i ) ning,
. Total amount of taxes djjf
r-TTlinn marked thus I"! hnvn ulnp.n noiil. Wfcv
e - v l. j ,
Bijy IRON, Just received, anil for mo at th$
J, T, Admemm, (U.
in account with the County of Columbia, from
day of December, A. D. 1837, both days in-
CK. DOLLS. CTS.
By cash paid on Commission
ers orders, 7,775 03
Fox Scalps, 70 19
Balance due per last report, 4,293 45
Treasurers Commissions,' 192 30
the Coiintv of Columbh, have examined the
vouchers, and find them correct and just.
February, A. D. 1838
, JOSEPH BRORS'I
Amount brought up '
Education of the Poor
Prothonotary and Clerk of the
Jailor and Sheriff's Fees,
Wolf and Fox and Fcx Scalps;
JOHN BIDDLE, V -Auditors
GEO: 11; WII,
JOHN BIDDLE, J- Auditors.
GEO: II. WILLITS
05 87 i
I TKTUR CAPS? Jut rpccivod, and for alo at the
J MS w chop utoio of
JU Muatdman, Chs
LLperpons indebted to tho subscriber by bond
. note, or book account, or otherwise, arc ro
quested to call and settle the game before the fint
(hi of April, next. He Is determined to have old
matters justly arranged and those who neglect at
tending to this notice may rely on strict legal pro
ceedings for the purposes of settlement. There is
no mistake, DANIEL SNYDER.
flloomsburg.'January 0, 1938. 37-tf
ALLERSHAMP'S Cough Sirup and Family
nus, lor saio at
Tobiases Health Emporium.
Mead's Anti-Dyspeptic of Stomach nils,
TOR indigestion, or sour Stomach, on hand, and
far Rnf nt
Tobiai' Health Einnorium,
Bloomstmrj, January 13, 1838. 38-4t
15TERY respcctrully informs his friends and li
V' public, that he has always on hand, at his Li
very Stable in Liloomsburg, for the purposcsof Hire
or jxcuauge, a vanety ot
GIGS, WAGONS, AND SLEIGHS
which he will feel gratified to keep in rcadiucss for
me accommodation ol customers.
Personal nnnllrntinn rnn l.r mmlA at Ma
when every means will be used to render entire sat.
isfaction of those who may givo him a call.
NOAH S. PRENTI3
BlooiTHburg, November 4, 1837.
.VXJlf GOOD a.
Cheaper tlian cheap !
FHlHE subscriber would rcsncctfnllv announc
HI to Ihe pcoplo of Dloomsburor ami vicinity. &
to the public in general, that he has just returned a
scebnd time from tho city, and is opening out his
n...k ...lii-l. . iL. !.L ,., . .. .
luii.u, Hiiuii, njunicr wim ins iormer eiock
comprises a neat and general assortment of
Consisting in part of an assortment of
Cloths, Cassiriicrcs, Saltinetts, Merinos,
Merino Shawls Handkerchitfs,
Dress Bonnet Silks and
Muslins; Vestings, Stocks, Hosiery, $-e.
An extensive assortment of
Hardware, Hollow-ware, China, Glass,
fy Quecnsware, Crockery, Groceries and
Liquors, (Jus, J'amts, bait, J-is'i, tvc.
All of which he offers for sale at his store room in
Blooineburg, on Main-street, directly opposite the
Post ollice, where the public are respectfully invited
to call and sec for themselves, as he intends selling
his gddda still a little cheaper thaii any yet offered
10 ine puuuc, iorcasn or country produce.
Bloonisburg, Dec. 30, 1837.
Dr. Freeman's Indian Specific,
OR the prevention 4nd ctire of colds, coughs,
Ahthmos, consumptions, spitting of blood,
and all disorders of the breast and lungs, for sale at
he Drug store df the subscriber, in lJloomsburg,
D. 6. Jobias;
llawant's Tonic Mixture,
U Vegetable Vermifuge, a lasting euro for the
t ever and Ague, on harm and lor sale by
D. S. Tobias.
Saook at This.
PIRITS, for renewing and cleansing Ladies &
Gentlemen's wearing apparrel, and restorcing
mem to their original colour and brightness. This
axccllcnt Renovator never fails, no matter with what
article tho garment may bo stained. It removes
all grease from the collars of coatu, spota and stains
Caused by lime, paints, tar., oil, &C &c. for salo at
1 obias s Health Lmporium.
Bloomsburg, January 27, 1838. 40 3t
BOY that can come well recommentl-
wj ....... W W MtB .....-
a r r ittAmti 9r tn liAMaa rtiifl limit - n Miietn.
n'ers at the bar, will find cmtiloyment and
get liberal wagos by callinpr on
Bloomsburg, March 3, 1838. 45 tf
ARREL) of Lake Bait, and a large
quantity of Ground Alum Salt, just
rooutved, S-Ud for sale at the cloaji store of
J. T. Munselman, $' 6a.
CIIB33SB I-OHEESI3 1 1
tdfh BOUNDS of CHEESE
tjyp' just received from New
York. Jt is a prime lot,
and will be sold by wholesale or retail at the
elora of a li. FJSHJBR.
THE subscriber would respectfully inform the
put lie that he has taken his son WILLIAM
SNYDER into co-partncrnhip in hisTannery, and
that the buhiness will hereafter be conducted uniler
the firm of Daniel & William Snyder, at the old
eswuiiBiicu sianu in jJioomshurR.
Bloomsburg, January C, 1838. 37-tf
F good quality, and for sale at tho lowest pri
ccs, always on hand at tho old established
Tannery, adjoining Snyder's Hotel. The subscri
bers would respectfully solicit a continuance of the
liberal customs heretofore enjoyed by the senior
Bloomsburg, January 0, 1838. 37-tf
MUCH CHEAPER THAN EVER!
Would beg leave to announce to the peo
ple of Hloomsburir and vicinity, that helms
just received a splendid assortment of sea
Consisting of every variety of Cloths,
Caisimcrcs anil Saltinetts; Flannels,
ami ( anion J-lanneli, of eviry colour;
Hack. Drown and Green M rinos, ol
every shade and quality ; and in fact a
full assortment of Drawer $ Common
Goods, among which are an extensive
Ct-roceries & Liquors,
IDIOTS & miBQ
China, Glass and Queens-Ware,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
CSDA?k WARS 3
Sperm. Refined and Common f.imp Oil,
BEardirarc, Castings, & Eron,
SIKN S AND WOJIUN S
BOOTS. &I0ES & SLIPPERS.
, - 7
together with every variety of merchandize
wlueli can meet the wants or p'case the
fancy all which ho will dispose of at the
He returns his acknowledgments to cus
tomers lor their very liberal support, and
with a firm determination to please thfousl
attention to business, lie solicits a continu
ance oftheir calls and custom.
CT All kinds of country produce will bo taken
in exchange for goods.
C. B. FISHER.
Bloomsburg, Dec. 1G, 1837.
3. T. illussclstiaia, & Co.
WOULD ogain announce to their customers,
and the public, that thov have just re
ceived another fresh supply of
ME RCII ASSIZE,
embracing every variety of Dry Goods, Groceries
Liquors, Hardware, Ac. which they intend to sell
at tho most reduced prices at their new and cheap
ctnr. it. ltlnnmB.ti I'l ! - 11 f
c"" uiuuunuuiL, j iir, 111V11C u cm iroi 1
tnojc wuo wantchnicc articles atalmost cost prices,
uecemoer y, i&j.
DISSOLUTION OF I'AItTNEItSIUP.
fipiIE Partnership heretofore existing under the
U firm of TREOO. THOMAS I'.n ui. .li
solved by mutual consent on the fifth of March,
1838. The business will be continued bv the sub-
March 21, 183S. 48 3tq
good COOKING STOVE, and a small Stone
Coal Slave, besides several articles of Purni
ture which are inconvenient to remove any distance.
They 'will be sold at a sacrifice. Annlv to Lbo Ed.
Itor of the " Columbia Democrat."
March 24, 1838.
Saooli at This 1 1
LL persons indebted to the subscriber
either by Note or Book Account, pre
vious to this date, will obliso him bv
making paynfent- hefore tho first day of A
priluc'xt. After that date tho collection of
such demands will bo attended with Oos'tp.
Tehro will bo no mistake in Ihis notice.
O. B. FISHER.
Bloomsburg, March 10, 1838.'
AN invaluablo family medicine, for woTms, dys
euUiry, bowel complainta, choli, cholera
moruus, vomiting, pains or weaknoas in tho stoai.
ask, kios of appetite, fover and ajuo, &c kept nt
THE Commissioners of Columbia coun
ty, will attend at the follow.ng times
iiiiu pmces 10 near appeals Irom the asses-
mem 01 uounty rales and levies, for tho
current year 1838. Those persons wholn-
tcnil to appeal are requested to attend early
I II ltn ill..' r. i V . . . . .1
... ...w .., uo an uuKuiiiiuuuauon 10 mo'
For, Hemlock township', at the house of
John M'Keynolds, on Tuesday the first day
of May. ' 1
For Cattawissa townshin. at the hnnso
of Stacy Rlargerum in Cattawissa, on Wed
nesday the second day of May.
ror noanng ureei; township, at the
house of John Y'eagcr, on Thursday the
third of May. . ,-.
For Mifiiin township, at the house of
John Keller in MifilmvilleJ ori Friday the
fourtli of may.
For Briar Creek township, at the house
of John Hess in said township, on Satur
day the fifth of May.
For Bloom township, at the house of
Daniel Gross in Bloomsburg, on Monday
the seventh day of May.
For Fishing Creek township, at the house
of Daniel Peeler, on Tuesday the eighth
day of May.
For Sugar Iioaf township, nt the house
ofEzekiel Cole, on Wednesday' the ninth
day of May.
For Greenwood township, at the houso
of Joseph Lemon, on Thursday the tenlli
day of May.
For Mount Pleasant township, at the
house of Frederick Miller, on Friday thb
eleventh day of 31 ay. ,
For Madison township, at the house of
Richard Fruit in Jerecyiown, on Saturday
the twelfth day of May. ,
For Derry township, at the house of John
Derr, on Monday the fourteenth dav of May.
For Limestone township, at the house of
Abraham Haus'e, on Tuesday the fifteenth
day of May.
For Liberty township, at the house of
Hugh McElraith in Miorosbiug, on Wed
nesday the sixteenth day of May.
For Jahoning township, at the Court
house in Danville, on Thursday the seven
teenth day of May next. ' mt
IDDINGS BARCLAY, . ,
Danville April 7, 1838
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office at Dlooms-
burg, April 1st. 1838.
MissRhoda AmiEmit.DanicI Fulmer,
John K. Girton,
Miss Caroline Lynn, Peter Leidy,
Jacob Leidy, Jacob ilfalick,
Ms Susan Noble,'
Daniel Redy, (2)
Hcnrj' Recs, Esq.
Jesse Wogner, " ,
Dr. Lewis iloyer,
James Strawn, (2)
Persons calling for the above letters' will
please say they are advertised.
BERNARD RUPERT, P. M.
0FPICE OF THE DEMOCMT,
Next rooa to Eoiuson's Staob Otitoti
The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be
published every Saturday morning, ct
TWO DOLLARS per annum, payall.
half yearly in advance, or Two Dollarr
Fifty Cents, if not paid within the yaw-
No subscription will be taken for ashorlei
pcriaa man six mom no ; nor any atsccm
tinpanee permitted, wtfll eS'aeraartsgoc;
AD VERTISEMENTS t exceeding m
square will be con&plmously imortcd at
One Dollar for thejirst throe insertions-,
and Twcniy-five cents for cwry subt
qucnt nsttfroii. '.cjri liberal itoiijf
na le to those who advertise Iv the t.-wf
LETTERS aldrcttred on Uvtirtetia, wjM
io pwi pat.p,