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THE HESURKECTION, OR
KNcpEuion to TnsHtBKA!r,nnAxnETu's,EvA'B
TDiAW Puni'ATirr, tho Match tfss (priced)
hijfATiyx, or onv other pills or compound before
thi public, its certified to by Physicians and others.
Let nnno condemn them until they havo tried
them, nnd th;n we aro certain they will not.
It is now n fettled point with nil who have. used
tho Vegetable Persian Pills that they ore pre-eminently'
tho best and most efficacious family Medi
cine that has yet been UBcd In America. If every
Family could become acquainted with their Soier-
ign power over disease, they would keep them and
Ve prepared with a sure remedy to apply on tho first
appearance of disease, and then how much distress
would be avoided and money saved, as well as the
lives of thousands who arc hunted out of limn by
neglecting disease in its first stages, or by not being
possession of a remedy which they can placo tie'
The Resurrection, or Persian Pills.
Tho name, of these pills orginalcd from tho cir
cumstnncc of the incdirino being found only in the
ccmctariei of Persia. This vegetable production
being of a peculiar kind, led to experiments as to
lta medicinal qualities and virtues. In half a ccn
tury it became mi eelablUlicd msdicino for the dis
eases of that country. The extract of this singu
lar production was introduced into some parts of Eu
rope in the year 1783, and used by many celebrated
1'nyciciaus in curing certain diseases, where all oth
er medicine has been used in vain. Early in the
year 179S, the extract was combined with a certain
rectaule medicino imported from Dura Uaca, in
the Eai Indies, and formed into Pills. Tho admir
able eficqt of this compound upon tho human sys-
I.J l t ' I i- !, t
tnu, icu j'iij AiiKau! nuu minutes into lis general
use. Their long established character their univer
sal and healing virtt.es, the detergent and cleansing
qualities of their specific action upon the glandular
part of tho system, are such as will sustain their re
putation and general use in tho American Repub
I certify that I hare, by way ol experiment, used
the Hvtrean. nnd nirittlrtf tha rnrtmlQ biriila n( Pilla.
In my practice, which hive borne the highest repute
I.. .1 . i nr i
in uic jjuuuc esumauon, mar, nave ueen ouerea ior
fcale in ibis vicinity for the last five ycais, including
those called the Insurrection or Pcrsain Pills; and
the public may rest assured thul none among the
wuno catalogue nas answeren a Dcticr purpose, as
in casyand effectual remedy, than the Resurrection
tor Persian Fills, in most cases of disease.
CiiAnLis Backus, M. D.
Rochester, N. Y. Sept. 21, 1837.
Messrs. E. Chae & Co. Gents. Heating
much said about the extraordinary effects of tho
Resurrection or 7'crsian 'ilia, upon those about to
become mothers, we were induced to make a trial of
them. My wife was at lhat time the mother of five
children, and had suQeicd the most tedious and ex
cruciating pains during and after her confinement
of each. She' had tiled every means and taken
ranch medicine, hut found little or no relief. She
commenced taking the Pcrtian J'illi about three
months before her confinement (her health being ve
ry poor about this length of time previous) and in a
chart time she wa3 enabled by their use to attend to
the cares of a mother to h n family until her con
fine .lent. At tho time she commenced taking the
Persian Pills, and for several weeks pi cvious, sho
was afflicted with a diy hard cough, and frequent
eveie cramps, which the use of the Pills entirely
removed before using half box. It is with the
Rrcu!e:t confidence that we advise all those about to
become mothers to mike use of the Persian Pills.
All those that have taken them in our neighbor
hood have got along In tho some easy manner, and
sre about the home in a few days, lliere does not
appear to be half tho danger of other dangers setting
in aficr confinement, -where these I'ilh arc taken.
We unitedly say , let nono nelert taking them, for
this, urc in the reach of the poor as" well as the rich.
Vi'e are truly thankful that there ij a remedy which
females rn easily procure which tends to lessen the
v.-orld if suffering, which maoy of ihem hae to boar,
and perhaps save the Uvea of thousands which would
r otherwise, be lost.
Rochester, May 14, 1838; comer of Callidoniau
e'rpiere, Edinburg street; for further particulars see
8. Ron hits,
A.vx 0. liomnrs.
RocnxsTER, Sipt. 21, 183C.
.Messrs. E. Chase & Co.
I think it my duty to let yon know what a great
cure your rilu have performed on me I had been
sick about 7 vers about 2 vcars and a half con
fined to my bed. I had been given over as incurable,
with Consumption, by twelve physicians of the first
etandinjj; my lungs were seriously affected; 1 had
3 ulcers gather and break; my cough was dry and
harsh mod of the time; my liver was much swollen,
and ray stomach very dyspeptic. I had chills, feier.
and night sweat, accompanied with extreme iriita
blencn3 of the nervous system, and other difficulties
which I forbear lo mention. After I was given over,
I tried almost all medicines which were advcitiscd,
but to no advantage, until I tried your Vegetable
Persian Pills. I began to gain in a short time after
I commenced taking them; and, to bo brief, before I
took 3 boxes, I was able to rido out and to take con
siderable exercise, and at this time I enjoy good
health, and am ablo to do good day's work. If any
!.l .!..,. n
noc wuues a more particular uisiory oi my sutler
tags, he may call on me, at the corner of Maui and
Fitb Conr.n The undersigned hereby certify,
that we are the Parents of two children who have
been afflicted with tits more or Icbsfrom their infan
cy, and that we have spared no pains or expenso in
endeavoring to effect a cure, but without any bene
ficial effect, un'i! hearing of tho Resurrection or Per
sian fills, when four boxes were immediately
'procmed, und before threo boxes w era taken, the
fits had abated in frequency, and eeiv svm
torn much improved, and now wo aro happy to
stato that our childicn by the uso of the Persian
Tills, with tho blessing of Ood, are entirely cured
and buvo no gymtom or appearance of fits, will find
in tho Persian rills a sure and perfect cure.
JOHN & MARTHA JOHNSONt
Canton N. Y. Dec. 10, 1837.
The above pills may bo had of the following a-
?ccnu John Moyer, Uloointnurg; j, .Miller, Ucr.
'wick; J. Cooper & Sons, Hazelton; C, Hortman,
,J3spfyoivn; John fcharpless, t(Cattawbar Lyman
Era Taylor, agent for the Btnte of Pennsylva
ttta residing at Roc heeler, N. Y. to whom all orders
'fan bt dddrcAscd.
SARSAPAIUILA BLOOD P1LLH,
HOULD receive a preference over all Pills now
J-'ir-t Because thev are composed of Vcgctablo
extra-is, free from minerals; and may be taken at
nil times with perfect safety by young and old, with
out rcstiaint from occupation, temperate lit ing, or
fear of taking cold.
Second Uecausc they are composed nf such
medicinal extracts, as have been employed by all
tho most celebrated and respectable Physicians for
moro than n century past, in purifying the Ulood
nnd Animal fluid of the body.
Third because they may be employed as a
nitM or active purgative, according to the quantity
taken, and their operation will not ho attended with
griping of the bowels, skkness at tho stomach,
prostration of the system, &c, as are produced by
Fourth 11 ecausc they possess a combined action,
net possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar
ation whatever. Their first eifect is in correcting
all impurities with which tho blood and fluids of
tho body may be uffctcd, and by their gently opera
tive effect, removing such impurities from the sys
tem. Fifth Because they ore the terror of Quacks
and Impostcrs, for most persons aro obliged to tako
the Sarsaparilla Blood Pills, after taking their vile
and destructive nostrums, to counteract und prevent
their mischievous and baneful clfccU.
Sixth Because they are the only pills in which
Physicians havo sufficient confidence to recommend
to their patients, and employ in their practice, as
they know they are Anti Quack, Anti Mercural.
Anti Billious as well as a good and safe purgathe
and purifier of the Blood and Animal Fluids.
Seventh and last But not the least important,
be because they arc prepared by a regular Apothe
cary and Phtsician, attested ny Drs. Physic, Hor
ner, Chapman, Dcwccs, James, Gibson, Jackson,
Coxc, Hare, &c, &c, which ulonc is tmlficicnl to
entitle them to great confidence.
Certificates and Recommendations from Physi
cians and others accompany the directions around
tCPPrice Twenty Five Cents a BoxJM,
Prepared only and sold Wholesale and Retail at
Dr. LEIDV'8 Health Emporium, No. 191 North
Second St., a few doors below Vine fctrcct, Philadel
phia, also, Bold by
J. Gilbert & Co., North Third street abovo Vine.
G. S. Clemens, do 3d do do Wood st.
J. R. Smith & Co. do 2d do next the Red
Lion, and all rcspcctablo Wholesale and Retail
Druggist's in Philadelphia.
They are also sold by:
J. Y. Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
J. W. Rohrer, do do
W. Ebcrman Litis.
J. W. Oakly, Heading.
J. B. Mozer, Allcntown.
P. Pomp, Easton.
And the principal Merchants and Drugists in the
For sale at tho Health Emporium Bloomxburg
by D. S. TOBIAS, Agent.
Bloomsburg July, 13, 1839. 11.
COMMUNICVriON. How fcwllicy arc that
happen to lie ofilicted with Coughs or Colds
pay attention to them. How many thousands from
such neglect shorten their days, and hasten their fi
nal dissolution. Parents neglect them in their chil
dren, nnd thus fortn ibe fouiiiillou for Coiiuunifw
lion, and hundreds of parents annually follow their
own children to the grave, having died from some
alfections of the Breat and'Lungs, which wcic neg
lected in their iirst 6ses.
Coughs and Cobb), whether existing amongyounc
or old, ought ut all times be attended to early, and
not sulf-red to continue any length of time, for the
Lungs once allect d.discasesoun makes rapid strides.
ending in the most fatal of all discuses, namely Con
Dit. UECHTER'S PULMONARY PRESER
VATIVE for Coughs, Colds, Cr.lairhs, Influenzas,
Shortness of Breath, Whooping Cough, Pain in
llio 11 realtor side, all alleclion of tlic Urcact and
Lungs, and arrest of approachinsg Consumption, is
llie most popular me 'heme ucd throughout ull Ger
many is bccomh'sr equally popular in tho United
states, ana lias cjUUisiicU lor itscit a reputation
not possessed by any other medicine for the same
cUi of dUeuM's. (See certificates and recommen
dations from Parents, Physicians, and others, accom-
piil.ing thu directions.) It is a preparation perfect
ly safe and lurmlcsi, pleaaut to the taste, and may
be- given to tho youngest infant. It is warranted
Ireo irom mercury and the minerals, and is a prepar
ation of a regular Apotiiccary and Physician, attes
ted by Drs. Physic, Chapman, Gibson. Jackson,
Horner, Dewees, Coxc, James, &e. a circumstance
alone sufficient to induce a trial of it
Dr. N. 11 Leidy, Proprietor of tho above medi
cine, confidently rctomuiends it to all, and assures
all most positively that it is an invaluable medicine
and would not himself recommend it, but for it,
Prepared only and for salcWholesale and Retail at
Dr. LEIDY'S Health Emporium, No. 191 North
Socond street a few doors below Vino street, Phil
adelphia also, sold by
J. Gilgert & Co., NorthThi-d street obovo Vine.
G. S. Clemens, do 3d do doWowJ st.
J. R. Smith & Co. do 2d do next the Hed
Lion, ond by all respectable Wholesale and Retail
Druggists in rluludclphia.
They are sold by:
J. F Long, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
J. W. Rohrer, do do.
W. Ebcrman Litiz.
J. W. Oakley, lieadine.
For sale at tho Health Emporium Bloomsburg
y u. o. i UU1AS, Agent.
T3"N nursunnrn nf llin r!tl!i,,i:n r n
K 7 , " ...." ui ins Hum-
n monwealth of Peminvlviinin T.",.i;. ! i. .i...
given by the subscribers, citizens of said Corrmon-
nrniui, wai uiuj' aim oiuers. will make application
to the next I.e!iiiliiliirr. fnr tho rr..i!.t, f
trato Body with Banking and discounting privileges,
ui luu iiauiiai unu siyiu VI me
Farmtra and Mechanics Bank of Coluni'
to be located at such site or placo within said Coun
tv of Columbia, us shall Im fiiejl unnn l,v
missioncrs oppointcd in such manner as tho Legis
lature shall direct for fixinr the location of said
Bank, nnd with a capital of two hundred thousand
dollars. Said corporate liody to bo created for the
wealth, and of tho County of Columbia, the bene,
fits of a hanking Institution, with the rights, pow.
em and privileges of the Bank of Northumberland
A, B. SHUMAM,
fl. E, CRAIG,
WHEREAS, by on act of the General Assem
bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylva
nia, entitled " Alt act relating to the elections of thi.
Commonwealth, passed tho 2d day of July, A. D.
1833," it is made the duty of the Sheriff of cverv
county to giro public notice of such election to be
lloldcn. and to make known in such notice what of
ficers ate to be elected: Therefore,
I, WILLIAM KITCHEN,
High ShrilT of the county of Columbia, no MAK).
kxowjv by this advertisement to the Electors of saiu
county of Columbia, that a
will be held in the said county, on Tuesday the 8th
day of October next, at the several distikts tlicreot
as follows, to wit :
That part of
Not included in the new Election district
hereinafter mentioned, at the house of Charlie
Doublet, in Uloonishnrg.
BRIER CREEK TOWNSHIP,
At the town house in Berwick.
At the house now occupird by Stacy Marje
ruin, in the town of Cata'vissn.
(a separate election district)
At the house of Jacob Scidel in said town
That part of
FISHING CREEK TOWNSHIP,
Not included in the nevr election district
hereinafter mentioned, at the house of Dan
iel Peeler, in said township.
At the house now occupied by Joseph Lem
At the house of John M' Reynolds, in said
At the house of Joshua Savage, in said town
At the house of Henry Gibson, in said town
(a separate election district)
At the Union School house in said town
At the Court House in Danville.
At the house of John Keller, jr. in said
At the house of Jeremiah Welliver, in Jer
That part of
MOUNT PLEASANT TOWNSHIP,
Km included in the new election district
hereinafter mentioned, at the house of Fred
erick Miller in said township.
At the house of Leonard Lazarus, in said
At the house of Ezekiel Cole, in said town
ROARING CREEK TOWNSHIP,
At the house of John Yeager, in flaid town
Compospcl of parts nf the township o'
Ulonin, mount rieasant ami l'isliiiig Creek,
whiiih by an act of the General Assembly.
passed the 15th day of April, 1835, was
t'stahlishediiitti a separate election distrirt.at
1 CJolinson, in the town of Orangeville,
Composed of that part of Mifflin townshin.
laid off fnr a new township, to be railed
Paxloii,' which hv an act of Assembly.
pasbed the first day of Apnl, 1830, was es-
laiiliMietl into a separate election district,
shall hold their election at the house of Ad
am Michciil in the said district.
At which time and place are to be elected
by the Ireeinen ol the county of Columbia.
for member of the House of Representatives
ot me uommonweaitn ol Pennsylvania,
to fill the offices, of Prothonotary, Clerk of
the Courts of General Quarter Sessions,
Oyer and Terminer and Orphans' Court.
to fill tho offices of Register nf Wills and
for county Treasurer
for county Auditor.
The nualified electors of sa d countv are alsn r.
quired to vote for or against the erection of a Poor
House in the saidcounttfof Columbia in nursuanm
of an act of assembly, passed at the last session of
The general election and election for inspectors
and judges to bo opened between the hours of 8
and 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and shall continue
without interruption or adjournment until 7 o'clock
in tho evening, when the polls shall be closed,
The qualified citizens of the several districts and
townships shall meet on the Fridiy next preceding
the fcccond Tuesday of October next, to witi on
Friday tho 4th of October, 1839, at the several pla
ccs now prescribed by law for holding the district
anu towntnip elections and cacti or said qualified
citizens shall voto by ballot for one person as Judge,
aAd also for one person as Inspector of olection, and
die j-trson havinj; the greatest number of vptw for
Judge shall be publicly declared to bo Jliilge of elco
tions, and tho two persons having the greatest num
ber of votes for Inspector shall be publicly declared
'o be 'nspectors of elections. But when any town-
dup lias been or shall be divided i'l forming nn dec
.Ion distiict, Judge ind inspectors of the election
thai I be chosen in the manner prescribed in the sev
enth section, as follows l " Whcro any township
Has been or shall be divided hi foiming nn election
district, the qualified citizens of each part of such
iivided township shall severally elect in the manner
and at the time and place aforesaid, TWO inspec
tors for each bf tho said election districts, and ohall
also elect one person to servo as Judge of the clcc
tions in each district.
In pursuance of an Act of the General Assem
bly of tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, enti
tled "An act reluting to the elections of this Com
monwealth," passed the 2d day of July A. D. 1839,
Notice is hereby given,
" That every person, except justices of tho peace,
who shall hold any office or appointment of profit
or trust under the government of the United States,
or of tliis Slate, or of any city or incorporated dis
trict, whether a commissioned officer or otherwise,
a subordinate officer or agent, who is, or shall be
employed under the legislative, executive or judicia
ry department of this State, or of the United States,
or of any city or incorporated district, and also, that
every member of Congress, and of the State Legis
lature, and of the select or common council of any
city, or commissioners of any incorporated District,
is by law, incapable of holding or exercising at the
same time tho ofhec ot appointment or Judge, In'
spector, or Clerk, of any election of this Common'
wealth, and that no inspector, Judge, or other officer
of any such election, shall be eligible to ony ofiico
to bo then voted for."
And tho said Act of Assembly, entitled "an Act
relating to the elections of this Commonwealth,"
passed July 2d, 1839, further provides as follows, to
"That the Inspectors and Judges chosen ai afore
said, shall meet at the respective places appointed
for holding the Election in the District to which
they respectively belong, before nine o'clock in the
morning of the Second Tuesday of October in each
and every year, and each of said inspectors shall ap
point one clerk, who shall be a qualified voter of
"In case tho person who shall havo received the
second highest number of votes for inspector shalf
not attend on the day or any election, then tho per
son who shall have received tho second highest num
ber of votes for judgo at the next preceding election,
shall act as an inspector in his place, and in case
me person wiiosliall have received the highest num
her of votes for inspector Bhall not attend, the per
son elected a Judge shall appoint an inspector in his
place; and in case the person elected a Judge shall
not attend, then the inspector who received the high
est number of votes, shall appoint a judge in his
place; and if any vacancy shall continue in tho
board for tho space of one hour after the time fixed
by law for the opening of the election, the qualified
voters of the township, ward or district, for which
such officer shall have been elected, present at the
place of election, shall elect one of their number to
fill such vacancy.
" It Bhall be the duty of said assessors respective
ly, to attend at the place of holding every general,
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.jfLvtwif ui iunii3ii ill-iui'll, UUIlIJg IMU W11U1U 11111C
said election is kept open, for the purpose of giving
information to the inspectors and judge, when cal
led on, in relation to the right of any person assess
ed by them to voto at such election, of such other
matters in relation to the assessment of voters as
the s-iid inspectors or judge, or cither of them, shall
from time to time require.
"No person shall be ncrmitfed to voln at inv c.
lection as aforesaid, other than a white freeman of
the age m twenty-one years or more, who shall have
resided in this state at least one year and in election
district where he nlfers to vote at least ten dnys im
mediately preceding such election, and within two
years paid a state or county tax, which shall have
been assessed at least ten days before the election.
But a citizen of the United States, who had previ
ously been a qualified voter of this state, ond re
moved therefrom and returned, and who shall have
resided in tho election district, and paid taxes as
aforesaid, shall lie entitled to voto after residing in
this state six months. Provided, That the white,
freemen, citizens of the United Statas, between the
ages of twerity-ono and twenty-two and having te-
siuuu in mis siaic one year anu in the election dis
trict ten days ns aforesaid, shall be entitled to vole,
although they shall not have paid taxes.
No persons bhall be admitted to vote
whose name is not contained in the list of
tax-thle inhabitants furnished by the commis
sinners as afnreaaid, unless. First : He nrn
duee a receipt for the payment, within two
years, ot a state or county lax assessed a
creeably to the constitution, and nive satis
factory evidence either on his own oath or
aihrniation of another, that he has naid sucl
a tax, or on failure to produce areceipt.shall
make oath to tho payment thereof, or Sec
ond : If he claim a right to vole by being
on cicciur uciween me ages ot twenty-one
and twenty-two years, he shall depose on
oatn or ainrmaiion, trial lie has resided in
the state at least one year next before his
application, and make such proof of resi-
ueuce in me district as is required by this
act; and that he does verily believe from the
accounts given him that he is of the age a
foresaid and gives such other ovidenco as is
required by this act, whereupon the namo
of the person so admitted to voto shall be
inserted in the alphabetical list by the in-
apcuiurs anu a note maue opposite thereto
by writing the word " tax," if he shall be
admitted to vote by reason of havin paid a
tax, or the word " age," if he shall bo ad-
mittcu 10 vote on account or iiis age, and
in either case the reason of such vnt lnii
he called out to the clerks, who shall make
nr.. .i. i- . f
we i iivc nuico in me nsi oi voters kept by
them. r '
In all cases where the name of th ,.
son claiming to vote is not found on the list
lurniiwieu oy me commissioners and assess
or, or his right to vote whether found there
on or not, is objected to by any qualified
citizen, it shall he the duty of the inspec
tors to examine such person on oath as to
his qualifications, and if he claims to have
resided within the state for one year or more,
his oath shall be sufficient proof thereof)
hut he shall make proof by at least one
competent witness, who shall bo a qualified
elector, that ho has resided within tho dis
trict for moro than ten days next immedi
ately preceding said election, and shall also
himself swear that his bona fide residence,
in pursuance of his lawful calling, is within
the district, and that be did not remove in
to said dislnttt for the purposs of Totin
Every person qualified as aforesaid, ami
who shall make duo proof, if required of
his residence and payment of taxes, si a.
loicsaul, shall be admitted to vote iu tho
township, ward or distiict in ivhlcli ho shall
If nhy person shall prevent or atteihnt tri
prevent any officers of nn election under this
act from holding such election, or use or
threaten any violence to any such officer, br
shall interrupt or improperly interfere with
l.! i.,1.. '.f I' J . ..
nun in uiu vauguuuu oi i:i3 uuiy, nr glioil
block upi or attempt to block up the window
or avenue to uny window whcio the same
may be liolilcn, or shall nolously disturb'
the peace at such election, or shall use or
practice any intimidation, threats, force, of
violence, with design to influence unduly
or overawe any elector, or lo prevent hin
from voting, or to restrain the frcedoin o
choice, such person on conviction shall be
fined in any sum not exceeding fivehundrei
dollars, and be imprisoned for any time no
less than one or more than twelve monthSf
And if it shall be shown to the court wlieri
the trial of such offence shall be had, thai,
the person so offending was not a resident of
the city, ward, district, or township wcrrf
tho said offence was' committed, and nut en
titled to vote therein, then, on conviction1,
he shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not
less than one hundred nor more than one
thousand dollars, and be imprisoned not
less than six months nor more than two
If any person or persons shall make any
bet or wager upon the result of any elcctioa
within its commonwealth, or shall offer to
make any such bet or wager, cither by ver
bal ptoclamaiion thereof, or by any written
or printed advertisements, challenge or in
vile any person or persons to make such
bet or wager, upon eonviction thereof he or
they shall forfeit and pay threo timet the
amount so bet, or offered to be bet.
If any person, not by law qualified,
shall fraudulently vote at any election with
in this commouwealth, or being otherwise
qualified, shall vote out of his proper di
trict, or if any person knowing the want of
such qualification shall aid or procure such
person to vote, tho persons so offenditiy,
shall, on conviction, be fined in any sura,
not exceeding two hundred dollars, and be
imprisoned lor any tann not exceeding three
"If any person shall rote it more than
one election district, ot- otherwise fraudu
lently vote more than once on the same day
or shall fraudulently fold and deliver to the
inspector two tickets together with the in
tent to illegally vote, or shall procure anoth
er so to do, he or they so offending, shall
on conviction be fined in any sum not lese
than fifty nor more than liva hundred dol
lars, and be imprisoned for any term not
less than three nor more than twelve
"If any person not qualified to votn m
this commonwealth ageeable to law, (except
the sons of qualified citizens) shall apptar
at any place of election for the purpose of
issuing tickets, or of influencing the citi
zens qualified lo vote, ho shall, on convic
tion, forfeit and pay any sum not exceeding
one hundred dollais for every such offence,
and be imprisoned for any term notexctod
ing thiee months."
Tho Judges are to make thsir.rctums for
the county of Columbia, at the Cnurl
House in Danville on Friday the 11th day
of October, A, D. lf?39.
God savo the Commonwealth.
WILLIAM KITCHEN, Sh'A
Sheriffs Office, Danville, ?
Sept. 0, 1839. 5
PORTABLE HORSE POWER
FjjnilE Subscribers tako this method of informin
a their friends. Hint ilu.vr mntlr.... xr.n..e...
ing Threshing Jlachtnca and Variable llort
- uu mo mosi unproved plans, made ofth
best materials and in thn inner ixnrl'mnnliL-a
ncr.and which they will wanent to stand with far
usage, and not injure the grain by breaking it.
Thev have Ktirn:iR.l nil ml.... i
been introduced, in Pennsylvania, Virginia a4
Pratt's Patent Smut,
GRAI HULIil NG MACHINE,
Tmnroved. An nriirTn nffrvAaf ti,
for cleansing the grain for preparing it for flourinr .
J heso machines aro manufactured of cast and
wrought Iron, and arc supposed to last an hundred
years. 1 hey are in general uso in the state of Nw
i oik and in port of Pennsylvania.
dUotelf3 ot,,rrachtncr C1U 1 fitted up,.r
kept on hand, and sold by wholesale. All of which
in iw torn on me most reasonable terms, by
LEWIS II. MAUS & Co.
Oloomeburg, May 25, 1829,