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Benjamin A. Bidlack.
E. W. Sturdcvant.
Samuel F. Headier.
John 0. Lessig.
Leonard U. Rupert.
197.194 143 181
136 100 221 68
178 209 121 203
150 81 245 41
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DIED Departed this lifo on Saturday
tnoriiihir at 7 o'clock tlte 10th of Oct. inst.
FRANCIS RUPERT son of Mr! Peter
Rupert of Montrure township, Columbia:
cohnty, in the 20th year of his ago.
Cease yo moiirners 1 coaee to languish';
U or the gravo of those ye love ;
Pain, and death, and night( and anguish,-
lMiier not mo worn above,
While in darkness ye are stray ing
J.onely in tlie ueepmn? shade ;
Glory's brightest beams are playing.
iiounu tiio ransomed spirits head.
On the 12th of October inst., Mr, WM.
CLARK of Orange township ased about
237 201 101 200 118 114 134
07 " 89 190 40 G 00 23
195 181 131 153 82 95 III
120 103 187 30 33 63 28
219 70 121
92 04 192 42
18 151 29 156
44 105 123 130 32 31
7 37 15 2 42
0 0 09
0 - 59
77 155 108
29 39 50
61 148 170
41 43 43
87 160 191
70 100 151
28 68 15
208 191 112 107 92 88 129 34 37 65 120 73 133 139
109 134 95 90
107 119 200 52
58 39 do 100
158 193 110
137 0 lfi9
70 130 150
00 123 75 188 127 71 2433
22 35 29 72 14 19 1295
58 98 77 178' 115 07 2370
22 51 21 74 22 18 1257
73 128 81 100 132 78 2737
9 20 17 62 8 13 914
61 109 58 209 124 71 2300
17 23 4 32. 6 14 953
73 112 29 128 132 48 1782
3 20 1 62 2' 20, 840
1 9 71 '01 ' 3 20 903
76 97 71 170 120 21 2087
51 48 48 123 55 15 1514
21 56 10 74 21 17 1233
4 50 38 03 02 53 917
01 107 71 179 123 01 2300
21 3 1 30 1 7 481
ALL persons haing claims or any de
mand, whatsoever, against the subscribers,
are requested to come forward before the
10th of November for settlement.
SCHUYLER, FRICK, & Co.
At Bridge No. 1. on the Cattawissa Rail
The Settlements will be made by Theo
dore Wei s,,in Cattawissa, or Thomas El
lis anUJJti;. lTick, at the Kail Road
S., F. & Co,
Our neighbor talks about the trifling" sue- Mr. Webb I avail myself of the first riot, the soldier and statesman, needs not
cess of democrats at the Tuesday election, leisure moment to give you an account of the certificates of his subalterns to satisfy
Trifling sure, y. Tho election of every me wmg poie raising in kiltie raxton, us ot his bravery and deraocra.-y, as tcai-
candidate upon our ticket, in opposit en, in on Saturday last. It wire intended by the monials of his character arc written in tho
some instances, to a volunteer candidates in prime movers in the matter, to raise a pols history of his coifntry, and engrafted in ths
addition to the whiff, is, not so very "tri- to exceed m heigth, tho one raisod by the hearts of his countrymsiu
fling" matter, but had the contest been be- democrats the Saturday previous, and for Resolved That the pole raised by the
tween democrats and whins alnne.it .Vrould this purpose they had to Send to Schuylkill whirs this dav. is emblematical nf lli nrir-
D ... ... -n --j - r--
then wo acknowledge have been a trilling county to procure one, which, when brought ty rotten at bottom, and soft wood at top.
one indeed. exceeded the expectations of the most san- Resolved That coon-akin, hard-cidur,
'guine whigs, for they did not suppose it 0r loj-cabin excitements have no effect on
possible, to procure a pole that would re- our principles, as they are like oui-roJc, of
Well done democratic Bloom. She lias
nobly done her duty by giving an increased
raajnuty for the democratic ticket over any
former election, and she may be set down
as good for 80 majority at the Presidential
election.' Columbia county is safe for 1700
for Van Burcn. Three cheers for the
"Star of tho North."
seinblu the prinoiplcs of their party so well.
They did, it is true, succeed to admira
tion, Tho polo was so crooked that it
would remind yon of the yankees descrip
tion of a (Jhcsuut tree which grew on his
father's farm, which was so crooked, that
when split into rails, and a fonco made of
the right sort, to-wit hickory.
Georgia stte election has gone for the
whigs, and so has Maryland. Let them jo
We nave enough without them.
KANT KOM IT."
Below we give returns from differen
them, the hogs would crawl through the bii county against Martin Van Buren, and
fence twenty times a day, and always find tle democratic' party T Echo answers
themselves in the same pasture. Afttr the
arrival of the party, they made an attempt
to raise the pole, and succeeded in elevating
the top to about twenty feetfrotn terrafirmu,
The democratic candidate for Sheriff and when, like all thsir other high blown ex- counties so far js heard from
Treasurer arc triumphantly elected by aand pectations of greatness, down come their Horton, of NorihumberUud, in elected
eomo majorities over whigism, and volun- pole with a crash' Wc must admit them a and the whole democratic ticket
tcer democratic candidates united. 1 he deal of perseverance in all cases,&s parlicu- Luzcrno county democratic ticket elected
volunteer candidates having the least num- larly on this occasion. Not discouraged by a handsome majority.
ber of voles. I his is as it should always with the success attending their tirst attempt, Ingetsol is olected" to Conjiess in the
be with those who run against a ticket fair- ihcy cut the pole off to suit the strength of third district, Philadelphia' county by a ma
their party, and left oil the mapls top piece, jority of 1781
and substituted a white pine bush, which Charles Brown is elected by a majority
was considered very annreDriato. as the low- ol 10.! 1.
er piece was decayed maple, no doubt tep
resenling the autimasonic portion of ths
Harrison parly, and the young green pino
the abolition portion. Several of the de
mocratic citizens of Paxton, expecting to
see soma spirit and perhaps be ediGed with counties, whig.
some whic speeches attended. But were Lycoming, Democrats elected.
formed. We say, peace to their ashes.
ALL HAIL SCHUYLKILL.
We extract the following from a slip from
the Pottsville Emporium Office.
Tho result of the Election in Schuylkill
county has just been ascertained, with the
exception of one district, which will in
crease the democratic majority 20 or 30
votes. It is as follows :
Newhard.for Congress, has 5BS maj.
Headley, for Senate, has "
Weaver, for Assembly, has "
JFoolison,for Sheriff, has 0015
The whole Democratic ticket is elected
by an average majority of more than COO
votes. It was a desperate struggle parti
cularly against WEAVER but "we have
met the enemy and they are our."
Philadelphia City and County has given
a Democratic majority of 700.
Lehigh and Northampton county demo
cratic ticket elected.
Dauphin. Chester, Union and Delaware
sorely disappointed, as the whigs did not
attempt to organize or enlighten our ignor
ance with speeches. The democrats then
determined to have a time of their own, and
formed a procession and marched to Adam
Michael's tavern, where they found a num
ber of democratio friends already assembled.
After the greeting of tho friends of equality
wasover, it was moved that n meeting be
organized. The motion was carried by ac
clamation, and Mr. HENRY LEAR, was
called upon to preside, assisted by Messrs.
Henry Sheet, Reuben Hansc, J. Ramcr,
Samuel JJattman, Frederick Slaley, Jesse
Fracer, and William Mann, Esq. as Vice
Schuylkill county democrats elected. !
F. Ileadleys majority 502.
York county, democratic ticket elected
Lancaster county, whig.
John Snyder, the Democratic candidate
for Congress, from Northumberland, Union
and Lycoming, is elected.
MARRIED By the Rev. D. S. Tobias
last Sunday morninj, Mi. JEFFERSON
MOVER, to Miss MAHALEII OHL,
iolli of Bloomsbur.
THE SKY IS BRIGHT.
Nevcr,since wo have taken a part in pol
itics, have we known the Democracy of
Massachusetts animated by a better spirit,
fwlniit Imnn nf success, than at
this moment. The haughty tone of their Secretaries. The following committee 15y lhe samC) on the 9amB day, Mr. PE,
wltraf MiPtu lino Avnilnil in ill Pill fl!l (YfrrtV
was appointed to prepare resolutions, U Is TER IIEIGtlMAN. of Oranceville. tc
.f..,i I..H- .lll. Tn .vor'v Mann, D. Cambell, J. Gentsel, J. Michael, Jliss ELIZABETH MILLER, of Briar
bounty city and town, the most vigorous Samuel Mooney, and T Sherman, who re-
preparation, are going forward for the No- P-rlcd folding, which were unant-
veinber election. Let tho result in Maine mously adopted.
bo a wanting to us let ovevy Democrat be Resolved That Martin Van Buren, for
Vdetermined to do his duly, and November the ability and patriotism exhibited in the
will leave John Dav sat homo to cry about auminisirauon oi wiu gmnu. (; .....,.,
the cake his wife was.ed in electioneering well deserves our approbating and entitles JbgLUH . ol r.UreU. ,s. K
for him. "A tear coursed down Webster's him to tho hearty support of every friend f
manly cheefi, and ho said, "heiu Davis, ot a tree government. daughter of tho lata Rev. Caleb Hopkins
like tho Potter." Motion Post. Resolved That R. M. Johnson the pat
By the same, on tho 15th inst. Mr. NA
1-resiaenis, iruiiam ejn viu i.u ...c Misa SUSAN STERNER, of Hemlock
By the same, on the same day, Mr,
AARON S. LONG, of Uunion county, to
Miss CATHARINE HARTMAN,
In Bloom township, on Thursday last
by the Rev. G. C. Drake, Mr. GEORGE
ON Thursday night, the 8th inst. from
the subscriber, near Mr. Malon Hicks, in
Brier Creek a dark brown Horse, 11 or 12
years old, about 1G hands high, with a
while star in his forehead and a scar on his
hip. Who ever will give information to the
3tibseiiber, where he may be found, or re
turn him to Mr. Niccly's tavern in Berwick,
or to N. S. Prcntis3, Uloomsburg, shall be
liberal! v reward.
FRANCIS J. SMITH.
Plymouth, Luz. co. Oct. 17, 1840.
Berwick Sentinel please publish the above
E. HOIVELL, S? Co.
Inform their friunds and customers, that
they have removed their shop into ths build
ing next door to the onice of the Columbia
Democrat, nearly opposite bt.Paul s Church,
Main-str:et,wherc they will at all limes be
ready to receive orders for cutting and mak-
nj all kinds of garments, and they sssuro
the public that all work entrusted to them,
shall be done in a fashionable and workman
N. B. Particular attention paid to cut
ting. Blooraahnrg, Oct. 10, 1810.
THE Subscribers respectfully announco
to their friends and the public generally,
that they havu received and aie now open
ing, a splendid and extensive assortment of
Eall & Winter &ocds,
which with a stock on hand, embraces a
variety of srasonablo Merchandize for ths
accommodation of town and County.
In the Dry Good line, they havo all the
varieties of touric, fine and supctfino
Cdsimcrs, Satinttls, Merino'es, Silks Ca-
icbes, Taglioni, (a new article,) Mari
na, Chinclle and various other hinds of
Shawls, Ribbands. Laces, Linim, Moits
elinede Lain t Muslins, Vesting, Sto,ek3,
Umbrellas, Lady's Ronels, RonMf
Silks, Trimmings Fur, Cloth and Seat
skin Caps; Bool and Shoes, Soch, -c
, iyc. fyc.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Sugar; Coffee. Teas, Spices, Molasses1
Brandy, Gin, Rum, Wine, Sic. &c. assorted
in price and quality. Hardware, Saddlery,
Iron, Steel, Nsilsj Stoves, Stove pipe, Tift
Wato, Cedar Ware)
Crockery-Ware, Salt, Fish, Oils, DyS
Stuff's, Paints, $c. lyc.'c.
and almost every other article that can brt
called for in a country store all of whiclt
hiving been carefully selected and obtained
at the lowest prices, will be offered at small
profits in exchange for cash or country pro-1
RUPERT & BARTON.
Bloomsburg, Oct, 3, 1810. 23 If.
- 'SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Several School Teachers are wanted in
Bloomsburg. Teachers, well qualified and
well recommended svill receive good wages.
Schools to commence about the first of No
vember next. Application to be niado to
Oct. 10, 1810.
PANCft? & WINDSOR
VTK Subscriber would respectfully informs his
ft lands and tho public generally, that ho con
tinues to cany on tho busmen of manufacturing
CHABRS AISED SETTEES,
of almost every variety of pattern ami finish; nnd
tlial lie will attend to turning any article in wooa
that may bo ordcreJ. Ho will also attend to
KOUSE & OR NAM III AT
in all their branches; and respectfully solicits a con
tinuance of public lavor. i urning shop on Mar
ket street, nearly opposite tho Printing office of the
Columbia County Hcaislcr finishing shop on the
main btrcct neaily oppoaito Ueorgo Weaver's store.
Bloomsburg September 19, 810.
LIST" OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office at Bloomsburg
at the end of tho quarter ending on the
30lh of September, 1810
Betz Jo tin
Davis David M.
Driesbach George W
Hogland William B.
Love George W.
Ohl John 2
Pfieffer T. H.
Squire E. 4
Unyder Sally Anna
Townscnd Samson 2
B. RUPERT, P. M.
Thns inquijjng for any of the above let
ters will please eay it is advertisedi
NOTICE is hcieby given, that the
on the North Branch Division of the. Penn
sylvania Canal are now nearly completed,
and that the vatcr will be lei into this DiJ
On the first day of October next.
C7Navigalion, may therefore, be re"J
sumed as soon thereafter as sufficient tiino
shall have elapsed jorlhfCanal lo fill willi
water, and it will not again be interrupted
until closed by the ice
A. B. WARFORD, Engineer.
Canal Office, Norlhumberland,
Septembe r 25, 1840. 5
Dl'ING AND WEAVING.
THE Subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public in general, that ho
has now making a patent machine for Weav
ing Coverlids, of 12. Miley & Co's. inven
tion, which he intends to erect about tho
15lh October, in Nescopecl; Luzerne coun
ty, opposite to Mr; Peck's Tavern, where
he will carry on the
SUSY 1? AMa 02aIBS
ClItPET .V COl'SEJCZO lI'JE.JVJVVfi!
in all its various branches. Coverlids wova
without a seam in the middle. Persons at
a distance, wishing patent or common Cov
erlids wove can send their yarn by stage ec
otherwise, cither to Berwick, Columbia
county, or to Ncscopeck, Luzerne county,
directed to the subscriber.
By strict ' attention to his business, and
his desire to plcaso his customers, he hopes
to receive a liberal share of public patron
age. Having been engaged in tho dying
and weaving business for a number of years,
he assures the public, that the work entrus
ted to him, shall be done in the most data
ble manner, and he flatters himself that lie
shall be able to give general satisfaction.
Patent Coverlids mada by persons send'
ing twenty cuts double while woollen yarn,
ths subscriber dying the yarn, finding the
cotton yarn, and weaving one Coverlid fof
For tho accommodation of customers,
yarn vill be taken at, and tho work return
ed to the following places : Jacob Drura
heller's store, Conuinham, Luzerne coun
ty, John Stiarplcss and Co's. store, Catta
wissa, George Shuman's store, near Culaj
wissa Furnace, D. S. Tobias store, Blooms.
burg, and John Covcnhovcn's store Orange
ville, Columbia county.
Persons send yarn will ploase send writ-"
ten directions, what colors the woolen yarn
is to be.
Tho subscriber finds all kinds of carpet
chain. DAN1ESL GOODMAN,
Ncscopeck, Get. 8, 1510,