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Unseated Lands 1838.
NOTICE la hereby given, that agreea
bly to an Act of General Assembly of tho
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, passed
the 13th of March, 1815, and cntitlcd"An
acl to amend tho act entitled an act direct
ing the mode of selling Unseated lands for
taxtfi and foi other purposes," the follow
ing Tracts of Land will be sold at Public
Vanillic, on tlm snennd Monday of Juno
uext,Ii the Court House in the Borough of
T -Til- J- .1.- r Pf.imlitn fnr
AlilUVlllU, 111 Mil! UUUIltjr Ul vumuiumi u.
arrearages , ot Taxes due, ami wc cost ac-
crusu on eacn tot respectively;
Jlmt. WarraAtee names,
411 Islington Thomas
420 Bean Joshua
. 343 Benson Peter
" 347 Beasley Johnson
428 Barron Thomas; Jr.
' 400 Brown Nathaniel
343 Barran John, Jr.
' 401 Boneham Eliza
401 Bdmb John Jr.
40 Brewer William
383 Beckham George
80 Clingerman Jacob
400 Cunningham Thomas
40G t3opo Thomas P.
409 j3'chavon Peter
442 Eljiot William
" 30G Gofibin Charlos
400 Ham3 Josiah
400 ilclUrg Adam
357 Heilt2heimer Rbbert
380 Heiltzjcimer Thomas
400 Jordon Joseph
383 Kcnnady Andrew
207 Leonard Lcsher
434 Lcm'mona .William
223 Lemmons Matthew and?
Ruckel John Jr. $
' 405 Lawrence Joseph
400 Long George
"409 Lowns Caleb
409 Miller Williard
' 443 Myers Mary
00 Montgomery Daniel '
191 Miller Martha
' 9 20
1 9 10
4204 Mench Henry
40 0 M"'er George arid
309 TCorrls Isaac
409 Powcl William
; 09 Porter William
210 Peabody Stephen
' 23 Potter James
399 Porter RobeVt
380 Ruston Mary'
481 Ruston Thomas
' Reecc Daniel
4-10 Reynolds Jolin
. 12 56
420 Ruston Charlotte
428 Raver George Jr.
409 Recco' Daniel
48-4 Shannon William
340 Trucfcimillcr Charles
395 Tunis' Richard
409 Whiteman John
419 Warner John
400 Wickershain Amos
" 434 Webb Samuel
' 437 Whitehead Robert
N 300 Walter Barbara
"400 Wheeler William .
M81 Walter Lewi3
38i Yetter John
400 Armstrong James
350 Armstrong Elenor
338 Brady John
300 Brady Jano
360 Cornelison Mary ,
360 Cornelison William
130 Fox John (in part)
200 Gordon Thomas
200 Gordon Jane (in part)
'SOO Huntcr'Robert (in part)
210 Hains Josiah do.
408 Hepburn James
451 Johnspn Margaret (in part)
200 Levy Aaron
400 Lyon Robert ,4
200 Lebo Henry (in part)
404 Mayland Samuel
220 Mbntgomery Mary
350 Miller Thomas (in part)
403 Rupert James ,
427 Scott Alexander
432 Strech Joseph
421 Tower James
220 Woodsido John
220 Woodsido Elenor .
200 Wcodside Thomas
400 Beasley Johnson,
'283 Cope Thomas K.
409 Caldwell David
57 Evans Ablo,
353 Giflen Maiy
414 Grubb Peter
410 Hall Charles (
428 Hartley Thomas,
385 Heistqr Daniol
J00 Hall Francis (.ir
330 Montgomery Susana
384 Owen Abraham
80 Russel John
300 Spencer Samuel
60 Sargent Jonathan
327 Wood William
r FISHING CREEK.
Friek Philip '
' 1 10
. ; '93
, 1 34
400 Dovcnbauch Jolm
305J Immcl Christian'
375 Kinner Robert
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, To
owners of unseated lartds and others con
corned, that I have authorized and cmnow'
cred Jacpb Hibler, Clerk of .the Commis
sioners for Columbia county, in case of my
absence, to receive payment ot taxes on
unseated lands, in tho different townships of
said county, and to give receipts aud other
. .. n- v . . . i i. t. f
r V' . , .
me same ior mo, nnu m my name, piace,
and stead. Landholders and others inter'
csted, are requested to attend by themselves
or agents, at the Commissioner s Office, m
Danville, in saul county, and nay their tax'
cs before tho 1 1th day of June next; when all
tho tracts upon whicu arrearage taxes are
due and unpaid, will be exposed for sale, as
H. McWILLIAMS, Treasurer,
March 29, 1838.
THE subscriber would respectfully inform tho
public that he has taken Ins son WIIjIjIAM
SJN 5f DEIt into co-partiicrship in his Tannery, nnd
that tho business will hereafter fyc conducted under
the firm' of Daniel & William Snyder, at the old
established stand in JJIoomsbUrg.
. Daniel &nydcr.
Bloomsburg, January C, 1838. . 37-tf
kF good quality, and for salo at tho lowest pri-
9 ccs, always on hand et tho old established I
Tannery, adioining Snyder's Hotel. Tho subscri
bers would rcspcctlully solicit a continuance ol the
liberal customs heretofore enjoyed by the senior
partner. - . - r- - ,
' Bloomsburg, January t3, 1838. 37-tf
LL persons indebted to tho subscriber by bond
note, or book account, or otherwise are re"
quested to call and settle tho samo btjore the Jirst
day of April, next. He is determined to have old
matters justly arranged; anu tnoso wno neglect al
Icndintr to this notico may rely on strict legal pro-
cccdinis for the purposes of settlement. There is
no mistake. DANIEL SNYDER.
' Bloomsburg, January C, 1 838. 37-tf
ALLERSHAMP'S Cough Sirup and Family
Pills, for sale at
Tobias1 s Health Emporium.
Mead's Mnli-Bysjieptic or Stomafh Pills,
QTl indigestion, or sour Stomach, on hand, and
for salo at
Tob'mH1 Health Emporium.
Bloomsburg, January 13, 1838. 38-,4t
"WTERY rosiMfCtfulIy informs his friends and the
f public, that he has always on hand, nt his Li
Very Stablo in Bloomsburg, for tho purposes of Hirs
or Exchange, a variety ol
GIGS, WAGONS, AND SLEIGHS
which he will feel gratified to keep in roadiuess for
tho accommodation of customers.
Pertonal application can bo made atlus residence,
when every moans will bo used to renuer enure bui.
ulaction ol those who may give mm a. can.
WOA1I a, ritBINTlO.
DIoomsburg, November 4, 1837,
Dr. Frecmaii's Indian Specific,
RTJann tlio nrovontion and euro of colds, roughs,
m"- Asthmas, consumptions, spitting of blood,
and all disorders of the breast and lungs, tor suie ai
he Drug store oftho subscriber, m uioomsnurg.
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SPIRITS, for renewing and cleansing Ladies &
i"a lir.nUemcn's woarins apparrii, iu inwimw
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.t..! rt .1 u. n,l liriahtntws. This
.ii. t?-... r,vr ffiii. no matter with what
nrtieletho cannent may be stainod. u remove
all urease from tlie collars of coats, spots and stains
caused by lime, paiuu,tar, on, ore a. r miu
hfY.', TTniUh Jlnworium.
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A UlIUV - M - -- -----
Te the Distressed & AiHiictcd!
prniTA's tito at.'PIT V. 1'nmiJ
Anti-Family Drug Tf'arehouse.
"Tho poor vntn's riches th rich man's Miss."
HE subscriber would respectfully announce to
lus menus nnd tho public that he lias opened
a ccncial assortment ot
SSrugs & Medicines.
at his Drug unit Chemical Storo in llloomslrarg,
and that he will bo happy to supply the'wants of
those who may give mm a call. Among his oft
Eortmcnt arc : .
Oil of Almonds,
' Anni seed
i 4 Croton
s 4 Castor
Acetate of zinc
Hark Peruvian red
Slacking, for boots
PilU, Anderson's, Scotts,
4 Leo's New London
. 4 Lcidics'
4 of Aloes
. 4 of Assafcctina
4 . of Opium
Rust of Iron
.Salt of tartar
Senna leaves ,
Scuaka snake root
4 whito castile
' fancy ,
Sodo, supar carbonate
Sweet spirits of nitre
Spirits of hartshorn
Conscrvo of roses
Ellxor of vitriol
Emery powder ,
Esscnco of peppermint
Extract of colocynth
4 of Lavender comp.
Ink powder, blacK
Ivorv black , .
4 of Turpentine
Kcyscr's universal plaster'
Sugar of lead
Tincture of Aloes
4 of Assafcctida
4 of Peruvian bark
4 of cinnamon
Loco foco do.
4 of Muriate of iron
4 pf Myrrh ,
4 of spanish fly
4 of Colchicum seed
4 of senna
4 of Valerian
Virginia snako root
Vials, different sizes
Otto of Roses
Ointment of mercury
4 of Galls
4 of red precipitate
4 of Spanish fly
Wafers, Whito wax
Vitroil, blue, grccn,whito
onTno, his "Emporium of Health" w d u cfcoin
cntain every variety of the most approAtbl dofi
Dnlzs, Medicines, Paints, Dve-Sltiffs,
UUs, Jruit, uonjeclions, yc. yc.
which aro warranted of good quality, having been
carefully selected from the host established ware-
houses in Philadelphia ; and which ho will sell at
most reduced prices. lie will use every exertion to
accommodate and benefit his customers, and there
fore respectfully solicits tho patronage of a liberal
public. i). a. tuhias.
JJIooinshurg, January u, ibUB. 37 it
TNE, Brandy, Gin, Cordial, &c. just re
ceived, and ready for delivery to customers
at very reduced prices, by
J. T. Musselman,fy Co.
. . V . . . . n nt
Jislate oj jacoo tmuer, laic ej juoipu
Pleasant township, Columbia county
- I m T I 1 I'll !. I. IIATitllV nlt'l n T II n T l.f-TII-rR fll ll.
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3 ministration have been t'rnntd to tho wibscri'
ber on the estate of sold deceased. Therefore all
persons naving ciainn bjiiw u uu "
quoted to present tnem, anu inose inueuicuuie ,v
i ucwu ...iu.. .......
tiavni juves, auih r.
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I SJT 20 838, 4U-ot
Tho Militia and Voluntccrg of tho 2nd. Battalion
8th. Division will parade for training and Inspec
tion in tho following orde.
Tho Volunteer Battalion of Union Ounrds. com
mnnded by MojV. A. Smith, on Monday tho 14th.
day of May next.
Tho 1st. uattalion 01 me i'nu, Kcgimcnt, com
manded by Lt. Col. David Middaugh on Tuosday
Tho 2ndt Battalion of tho said Kcnmieiiton Wed
Tho Volunteer Battalion of Columbia Guards-
commanded by Maj'r. Maltmsw McDowell on Thurs
day tho 17th. - . i,
'Hie llunUngton nnd union volunteer muauon
commanded by Maj'r. L.Trcsoott on Fnilay the lBtli
Tho 2d Battalion of tho Uolh KuKimeilt com-
inandcd by Col. John Johnson on Monday tho Slt.
Tho 1st. liattalion ol said Jlcgimcnt on l uosuay
The 1st. Battalion of tho WvomniK Volunteer
.Regiment commanded by Col. llendrick B. Wright
on Wednesday the 23d.
Tho 2nd. JJaltahon ol eald JCcgnncnt on Thurs
day tlio 24th.
Tho 1st. JJaltahon ol tho .1 iuth ucgiment com
manded by Col. Thomas Hadloy on Friday tho 25th.
The 2nd Uattalion ol said Kogimcnt on oaiuruay
MIIiGS AVEUY Inspector
2nd. Brigado 8th. Divition I'a. Militia.
Inspectors ollico, )
Falls April 13th. 1838-5
A Kegimental court of Appeal will bo held for
the 2nd Kcgimcnt 2nd Brigado 8th Division Fa.
Militia at the house of Joseph Hampton Innkeeper
in Ncscopcck township on Saturday tho 28th. inst.
at which time and place tho field oiliccrs constables
and all oUicrs interested ore requested to attend.
I30Y that can come well recommend
ed, from, 13 to 15 years of aire, capa
blc of attcndinirto horses and wait on custo
mers at the bar, will linu employment anu
net liberal wages by calling oiv
. Bloomsburg, March 3, 1838. 45 -tf
TftEl TTDARRELS of Lake Salt, nnd a law
teSi Kfi3 quantity of Ground Alum Salt, just
received, and tor sale at tho cheap store (it
. I . jflttsselman, Co.
.POUNDS of CHEESE
just received from New
York. It is a prime lot.
and will be sold by wholpsalc or retail at the
store ol U. 13. rllsllKlt.
March 10, 1830.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERS HIP.
rETHIE Partnership heretofore existing under the
,J1 firm of TREGO, THOMAS &. Co. was dis
solved by mutual content on the fifth of March,
18.J8, 'I he busincM will bo continued by the sub
March 21, 1838. 43 3ti
AN invaluable family medicine for worms, dys
entary, bowel complaint, cliolic, cholera
morbus, vomiting, pains or weakness in the stom
ach loss ot appetite, tever and ague, cce. kept at
Tobias's Health Emporium.
Tm: subscriber wishes to obtain tenants
to a property m Kohrsburg, Greenwood
township, Columbia county, consisting of
arA two r-rv
One of tho dwellings has heretofore been o
cupicd as a store, and a person who would
carry on the mercantile business would be
preferred as a tenant. The situation is
good one, it being in a most extensive lum
ber country, and where considerable might
bo done in the Grain business.
Possession will be given on the first day
ol April ncxt,anu any person wishing to ex'
amine tlio premises can rccoivo every satis
taction by calling on tlio undersigned.
.. ANDKKW McGLUltE.
Itohrsburg, Feb. 1, 1838. 42 tf.
HENRY A. ZEIiIjERS,
RESPECTFULLY announces to his
friends and the public generally, that ho lias
moved into the house formerly occupied
by William Bycrs, in Seliusgrovc. Union
county, Pa. where lie is prepared to en
icnain in a stiuaoic manner an tiiose wlio
may m'or. Ium w' a ca" " ''ouse is
neatly finished, and conveniently calculated
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uoou vooks anu waiters nave ucon en
gaged, and the Table supplied with the be
provisions that can bo obtained in a plcutl
nil market. Particular attention has beon
paid to selection of his Liquors which are
boliovcd to bo of equal quality to those of
any other houso in the state. The Stabling
is ennvmi nnt nnil ftnn;iv(i. mill wn r.lln.l
a I "'""
with the host of provender, and will be at
tended by the most careful ostlers,
Tho subscriber rospoclfully solicits
sharo of public patronage, which he will on
ueavor to merit by moderate ohnrges an
strict attention to tne conuort and convoni
enccol Iiisguaijts, ( .
IIENJIY A. ZELLERS,
Selinegrovo, March 31, 1838.
Important to 'S'ailnv
m, a nmr-Tfm w.-r- . rut.-
I'm!' niiitN'iii wiiirin.;
Self-varying Square ISttlc,
For measuring and drafting coats, inm,
ncclion with another new and useful ml
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IU1 Cl lllllU S.I1U 111 UUV UUUL S 111)1111 n ...
4.,i. nil j1iii rrnriYiniifa In.n-i -
Lin.' mi uiiiui uuiii i no ill ii: ii 1 1 1 1 ii-ii i n ,i..
i.r-iiiiii n r ii nnur nunpni .r i 1-1 i i i .
wiuiiwii, w ..w-- v.. w n,ii iiiiuu nv , .-
subscribers : bchvinif them tn 5ni-nn .?J
ry tiling oi mo Rinu which fias prececdei
wiiji'-v ajcy. liNii itULEi M.
Ureal lmperlcctions'in the art and li itiil
itics to produce a miss-fit have been stand
ing heforo the ciitlor ever since the intm.
dtiction ol rules, tilling the mind with fen
anu anxiety, until tne coat is finished am
tried on, at which crisis the blood is nftr,
caused to rush into the face at beholding J
The rules, with one or two execntinn
which liavo been in use ever since the first
invention of the kind, were wholly predi
cated upon principles giving -the same pro
portion for ovcry man, which nriilcinlw
would long since hnvo liG'on superceded iw
self-varying rules, had tailors but thought'
that the variation ill tho proportions of men's
bodies aro almost a3 many as in the feature
of the face.
Two or three rules stvlml Krir.vnrHUm
have made their appearance within about n
many .years, cacli inventor, claiinin? the lio.
orol having pcrlcctcil the art, upon which J.
"i urn ...iivt v. i. ... i
v. imauii, oi iww i oru, cnuiieu ins sys-l
lem puriuui ; uui insicaii oi ooing pcrlect,
it contains many erroneous principles, which
the subscribers forbear to point out until
that gentleman assails thi3 assortion. All
sugIi systems have heretofore been, defect.:'
in two ways : First, they arc only t nnrf
-varying. Secondly, those parts whichR
:..i...in.i . i ic ; i.i- .- Pi
uiu iiuumuuu iu uu suii-viirying arc (IRICCUVC.
In fact, thero are cortiiin points on the coat
wlnnli cannot bo eliectcd by self-varying
principles in any other way. nor bv anv
other means, than those laid down by the
t i I
Unlike any other of thd kind, this svs
tern now ofi'ercd to the trade is conducted1
without any breast measure, and effects ev
ery point and every part of the coat by self
varying principles, in a way calculated lo
convict tho senses of any reasonable man,
that should it ever fail to produce a coodfit
lipon any shape whatever, the charge must
he laid to a careless and incorrect measure
ment. . It may seem mysterious that this
rule is said to ho self-varying, mid yet a
square rnle a square rulo anil yctconduct-
cii wnuoura urcast measure , uut tne wnoie
mystery will, bo unfolded at once by exam
ination. Unwilling to havc.it said that the
subscribers aro attempting to palm this sys
tem upon the trade with misrepresentation?,
they avow their willingness to submit u
to the hands of an impartial committee for
an examination of its principles, in compar
ison with any other ever invented, in the
United blatcs, at I'lnladolpliia or New l ork,
wlucli committee shall make the decision
known, through the prc,Bs. Tho subscri
bers set all systems which aro governed
wholly by the breast mcasuro aside as in
ferior and not worthy lo compare with ;
consequently they will compare with none
but such as aro governed in part by self-
varying principles.. 1-or it the principles
here ollcrcd lo the trade aio not worthy ot
patronage it is right that it should bo made
known, and they sink into oblivion. On the
contrary, if thoy are found as above repres
ented, or it thereby the subscribers have put
an end to all further improvements in the
art of cutting coats thoy deserve some pat
ronage and compensation for their exertions.
1 erms it forwarded to order SI, it per
sonally taught S12
Bloomsburg, Pa. Feb. 1, 1838.
Itcspccffully informs tho public, that lie
is prepared lo receive and execute orders in
tho abovo lino, and from his knowledge
tho art, having had extensive practice lor
the last fifteen years, considers himself jus
tified in stating that ho can give perfect sat
isfaction to all who may employ him.
Topographical maps furnished according
to thc.lMost improvement, in the hnndsonv
cst-aud most correct manner, and levelling
of every description faithfully performed.
Able assistants aro engaged.
. Ordors loft with tho following person!
v.ui uiuui mi iiiiiiiuuuuu iiuuiuiuu. .
James 7'aggart, Esq., Tamaaua.
S. It. Harmon, Esq., Danville.
John Tf leaver. Esn.. Poltsville,
John S. Ingram, Esq., Bloomsburg. H
Cornelius Conner, Esq., Mauch Chunk- f
Cattawissa, Feb. 1, 1838. 42 Ot
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LL persons indebted to tho subscriber
..i.i nr.. t ..mini nre
viou3 to this dnte, will oblige him by ' nk
liinir payment before tho first day of AfJ
priluoxt. After that duto tho collection oi
such demands will bo attended with Cost.
Thero will bo no mistake in this notice.
C. II. FISHER,
bloomsburg, March 10, 1838.