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THE 1'itlics it Gi'iilli'moo of Wooins
burg aro rcf pcplftilly invited to nllend a
meeting of tho Society, at their room in
the Academy, Saturday, this Evening, Jan
uary 10ih, at half past ,fl o'clock.
Tho subject Tor that evening's discussion
"a Conscience an innate or an acquired
It is also oxpeded that a l.ccturo will bo
delivered, by a member of the society, dur
ing the evening.
b J. II. DOWNING, Soct'y.
January 12, 1841.
THE Subscriber has on hand soveral
hundred bushels of Lime, and intends keep
ing a constant supply, which ho will sell,
ir exchange fur country produce, Lumbor
r Caltlc of any description. Ho is iu want
of a quantity of Chcsntil rails.
ADAM STRO'JP, jr.
Hemlock township, Jan. 10, 18-11.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Co
partnership heretofore existing under the
firm of M. 5. & Y. ilcars, is this day dis
selvcd. All persons are forbidden to give any
credit to said Firm from this date.
Tho books of said firm nre in the hands
of John Coovonhoven, Esq. for collection
to whom all payments must be made.
Orangovillo, Jan. 12, 18H.
CAAfE into theonclosuroof the snhsjeri
ber about threo months since a AfERINO
BUCK. Tho owner is requested to prrsvc
property, pay charges anil take him away.
Bloom, township, Jan. 10, 1811.
Wholesale Dealers $ Retailers of Foreign
Merchandize in the county of Colum
THAT in compliance willi ori act of the
Goneral Assembly, approved the 7th day
ofApril A. D. 1830, the Assistant Judg
esand Cnmmissioncrc of tho county of Co
lombia, will meet af tho Commissioners'
office iiv Danville on Thursday tho 2lst
dir of January 18 li, at two o clock, JJ
M. for the purpose of taking up returns of
the several Constables ol said county, that
are to bo made to tho Court of Quaiter
Sessions, on or before tho first day (lSth)
of January term, 1841, and to place eaeli
of tho merchants that may thus bo returned,
dealing as aforesaid, into that class that may
appear to be right ami just agreeably to the
provisions af the 3d section of said act,
when and where oach of you may attend if
you think proper, culler in person; by agent
' WILLIAM DONALDSON,
Attest, John S. Wilson, Clerk.
January 8. 1811.
Notice to tho debtors and creditors of tho
eitato of Thomas I'arker.lalc of Greenwood
.township, that the subscribers have been
appointed Trustees of said ectatc and that
said Trustees will attend at the public
house of Joseph Lemon in Greenwood
aforesaid, on Monday tho 25lh day of Janu
ary next.and at tho public house of Richard
Fiuit in Jerseytnwn Madison township, on
Saturday the 3 0 1 1 1 same month, for tho pur
pose of receiving and auditing tho respect
ive claims against said estate, trhen and
where tboso having claim" will present them
with their evidence &o. also all persons in
debted to said estato aro required to make
payment, and all those having in possession
any property of the estate aforesaid are ro
quired to make iramediuto surrender of tho
Dec. 30, 1810.
LIST OF GRAND JURORS
For January Term 1811
Bloom Isaac Hess
Caltawissa Richaul Browcr, Michael
Berry Thorns Gary, Andrew Brittain,
Greenwood John Albertsnn, Geo. W.
Morris. Richard Pollock, William Oyer
Limestone John Flood
V fSh..i.. II... I. f..l.M...l. T,.t, M.W.II.
Madison Henry Crawford, Enoch Fox
Mifflin David Miller
Mahoning Peter llcinbaueh
Orange Isaac Welsh
Roaring Creek Aaron Baningcr
Sugarloaf James Wilson, Henry Hess
Piifey Jyhu Wilson, Wm Caldwell
is now Tin:
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N Snturday, Dec. 10th, 1810. the 1IOSTON
NOTION appeared in an cntiro new dreea
new tvie. bradim?. &c. Ac. Tho tioailiiie via.
designed by Johnston, (the Oruikshank of Anicii
ci) mid Hono of liis happiest efforts. It unites
tho comical with the serious, nnd presents n splen
did heading for tho I. UtGEST and CHI) A PEST
PAPER tho world his yet known.
Tho publisher would stale, that, as, during the
past.tho HOSTON NOTION has been most
prompt In procuring ami re-publishing tho most
valuable literature of tho day, so a future increased
energy and more amplo means will be employed
for tie anmo purpose. Entire Navels, Storilt, and
Sermons, from tho pcn of tho most eminent living
writers of Europe and Amcrica,havo been, and will
continuo to lie, published in its columns; among
tho most prominent of tho writers may bo mention
ed the names of Bulwcr, Dickens. Cocktou, (outlier
of Valentino Vox,) James, Ahisworth, Matryalt,
Mrs. Trollope, Mrs, Norton, Countess of mossing
ton.Halltburton, (author of Sam Slick,) dimming.
Dewey, Irving, Cooper, Simms, lngruhum,Byrnnt.
Mrs. Sigourney, &e. Sccv
Also it has and will continue to contain a largo
quantity of original matter Political Ess.iys.with
out partizan argument Moral and Itcligious dis
cussions, without sectarian bins Misccllanc6us
Articles togclhcr with nil tho current Political,
Domestic, Commercial and Congaessional intelli
gence of the day. No efforts or expense will bp
sparoj to mako it.
THE UE3T AND MOST ACCEPTABLE
in tho world and every way worthy a contlnuanco
of tho immense patronage it hai thus far received,
The Nnno-f has been in exislcnco but little
more than ono year, nnd it now enjoys the unpar
alleled weekly circulation of
New subscribers aro conssantly pouring in, nod
before another year is past, tho subscriber flatters
ninisen mo circulation will bu doubled.
Specimen copies will do scut to those who may
THE DOUBLE NOTION will bo published
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suMcriucrs who pay lor onconr a subscnption.
TERMS THREE DOLByiS n year, always
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shall havo rtiieotiics sent to Mien persons and
places as they may deaignato.and be entitled to the
ninth copy gratis.
Mail subscribers will have their papers deposited
in the Post Oflieo, in this city, every Thursday ovc-
Publisher arid Proprietor,
Doston, Dee. 10th, 1810.
THE ESTATE OF ELIZA HITTER,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Letters of administration on the above ca
tato have boon granted to the subscriber, ro
siding in Bloom township,' Columbia conn
tv. Therefore all persons iuduhted to the
estato of said deceased, nre requested to
mako immcdiato payment, and all those hav
ing claims will present them.
WILLIAM HITTER, Admr.
Bloom, Jan. 2, 1811.
Reckless and malicious Slander Refuted,
Mr. Editor: Sir I received a letter from
New xorkat Maucli Chunk, P. A., statin;
that I had iecn advertised in tho Sun and
Herald us docamped from Port Cheator,N.
x. and IMizabclhtown, N. J. with my run
turners watches, riugs, &c. I have relumed
lor the express purpose to refute the mall
cions slander. 1 hero declare tho charge to
bo entirely lalso and li.-ro tho cowardly
wretch lo bring forward ono person who
will swear that I have carried off his watch
from Port Chester, or any other placo wore
I have resided. The article in question was
put in your paper at a time when tho author
know that I was out of town, tnd knew
that I would not hear of it until the publio
tool; it lor trutn, not seeing a contradiction
A man who will wantonly trifle with a fel
low beings character out of malice towards
him, should bo held tip to public scorn and
contempt. Devoo V: Isinger was the nil
thor of this nrtic-e. I would put the pub
lie on their guard against this fellow, as he
may be guilty of the like offence toward
others. I will rofer to the annexed named
giiiulcraon for tho truth of lny assertions
Eli Darling, B. Bolden, J. M. Burger,
A. J. Hurgor, Port Chester. Martin U
Noo, W. Bunnell, Elizabcthiown N. J.
By publishing tha above you will confer
a favor oh ono wlio wishes .lotliing moro
than his just duo.
Yciirs, fee- JAMES COOKS.jr,
EXCHANGE. VJ fit
VERY respectfully in forms his friends and tho
public, that ho has alwaysouhand, at!io LI
ory Stable in llloomslmrg, for tho purpose of Hire
or Exchange, a vailcty ol
WAGONS, AND SLEIGHS,
which he will feel gratified to keep in readiness for
Ihe accommodation ef customers.
He has also made arrangements for carrying pas
sengers from Hlootniburg to Muncy, ami from
Uloomsburg to Buckalowd on tho Owego turnpike.
Leaves Uloomsburg for Muiicy every Saturday
at T o'clock in tho morning and arrivo at Muncy
the tamo evening. Lcavo Muncy every Saturday
morning nt 8 o'clock and arrivo at DIoonvsburg tho
Leaves Booin6Uurg every Wednesday morning
for IluckalewH and return the samp day.
Personal application can bo mado at his residence,
when every means will bo used to render entire sat
isfaction to thots who may give him a call.
NOAH S, PRI3NTIS.
IlloomiTjunr, March 28, 1610. 48.
THE subscriber would respectfully in
form his customers and tho public gener
nllr, that he has juJl rocoivod from Now
Plates of Fashions
and drafts for cutting garments, by which
ho is enabled to cut in the newest fashions
not only ol Now York, but of London; and
mako up in the fitst stilo for Autumn and
Tho Subscriber roturnn his sincere
thanks for past favors, and respectfully
solicits a continuance, promising on his
part, every exertion to render general satis
faction. BERNARD RUPERT.
Blomsburg; Nov. 28,1840.
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining at the Post Office at Blooms-
burg at tho end ol tlo quarter ending on
the 31st of Decombor 1811.
M. McDowell" Esq.
J. 11. Robison Esq.
Tho. A. Starkey
F. B. Swaby Esq.
Dr. Tho. H. Swaby
Daniel C. Schmcrk
Joseph E. Barklcy
Andrew Urivelini 2
James Cocks jun.
Dr. H. Gearhcart
Gen. A. Green
or Andrew Crivcliu
Elsy or Delilah Hop- Maus & Squirs
John B. Hess
John W. Jones
Rebocca A. Waldren
Israel Wells & Co.
B. RUPERT, P. M.
Those inquiring for any of tho above Id
ters will please say it is advertised.
For January Tcrm,lS4l First Week.
Briur Creek Thomas Cos, Henry Die
terich, Frederick Nicely, John Doak, John
Knob, Josuuh W isa, John Hill.
Bloom Joseph Ilendershot, Lad wig
Derru John Herr, Thomas Morehead,
Fishing Creik Harman Labour, Benj
Mellenry, William Park.
Hemlock Daniel Pursel, John Robins,
Jackson John Mcllcnrv, Jacob Tur
ner, Thomas Yocum, John Vorks.
Limestone James Cnld well.IIenry Foil
mer, George Smith.
Liberty Andrew Billincyer, William
MiJJlin John Kceler, Isaac Pctlit.
Monteur Peter Rupert
Mahoning James Whipple
Sugurloaf Samuel Gibbous, Samuel
For January Term, 1811 2 week.
Bloom Samufll Boone. Charles Harrun
- -- -- - - a
tiucl), Lewis Maus, William Sloan, Henry
Caltawissa John Kfeefer.JesscYocnm,
Derry James Lake, Samuel Lard, James
McNiiich, Thomas Robison, James McCor
Fishing Creek Alexander Colemm,
John Hess, John Lazarus, Thomas Peeler,
TAbcrty Hugh Montgomery
JAmestone Jonas Barrigar
Madison Thomas Barber.Gcorne Derr,
James Girlon, Joseph Heller, Lewis Schuy
ler, Joseph Sheep, Caleb Thomas
Monteur Jacou ileinnaucli
MahoniAg William Colt.
Mount Pleasant James Mordcn, Jr
Orange John Auten John Edgar,
Roar'tng Creek Michael R. Hower
SugarloufSumes Hill, James Kilo
Valley Jiueph ftlaus
COKE YOUR COUGH BEFORE IT IS
TOO LATE. REMEMBER, delays aro danger-
oils. Thousand uioannually Horn thatdreaululuis.
caso CONSUMPTION, which might have been
checked at tho commencement, and disappointed of
its prey, it proper means hail been resoited lo. The
veiy many who have thus been snatched from that
fatal rnvoger, by tho timely uso of Dr. 8 WAYNES
COMPOUND SYlUi' OP WILD CHERRY,
bear testamony to this day, nunojneing the cures,
tho wonderful cures, jwrformcd by tho uso of this
invaluable mcdi cine. For sale at
Tvtjias' Health Emporium Dhomshurg.
Nov.T, 1840.. 28.
iS SEIS IPEBHSHHSIBS
Tho Harrisburg paper? have issued their
annual proposals for furnishinc their shoots
to all who may bo desirous of possessing
thomselvcs of n naAvs paper printed at the
Capilol of the state. Not having room to
publish their prospectus at large, wo have
copied below their tcrmc Tho Reporter,
Koystono, and State Capitol Gazette, ate
Democratic, nnd tho Intclligenror, federal.
TERMS OF THE REPORTER.
For tho session, twice a week, in ad
For tho whole year, 3,00
Any person forwarding fivf. scssiun Bub-
senders, nnd tho money, shall have a sixth
copy for his trouble.
W. U liUAS.
TERMS OF THE KEYSTONE.
During tho session semi-wockly 2 00
For the yeear 3 00
An' person forwarding us 92,00 shall re
ceive the KnXstono from lbs timo of sub
scribing to the closo of the session or six
copies will be sent to nnv one office for
All Post Masters are invited to act as a-
gents for t)io Keystone, in receiving subscri
bers nnd remiling monoy to us; and any one
signifying his willingness to act as such,
shall receive n list of our subscribers in his
town and neighborhood, with our terms of
MAKKUT dl I'AKllU.
Harrisburg, Nov. 18, 1840.
TERMS OF THE STATE CAPITOL GA
Tho Stale Capitol Gazette will be pub
lished twice a week during tho sittings of
tho Legislature, and onco a week for the ic
mainder of the year, at the following pri
Tho session only, (twice a week,)
The wholo vear,
Postmasters nnd others friendly to the
Democratic cause, aro respectfully" reques
ted to receive subscriptions to this' paptr.
Any person procuring ua five good subscri
bers, shall be entitled to the sixth ropy
gratis; or any person prorming five good
subscribers and forwarding $10 frco of pos
tage shall bo entitled to the remainder for
his trouble, and in tho same proportion for
a larger number.
UENLOCK & BRATTON.
TERMS OF THE
DAILY AND SEMLWEEKLY
During tho ensuing session of the Lecis
lature, the Pennsylvania Intelligencer will
bo published Daily and Semi-Weekly, on
tue loiiow.tig terms :
Daily during the session
-Kami- w.rnJvly do.
Daily during the session aid somi-
wrekly during the remainder of
the year, per annum,
Semi-weekly during tho session and
weekly during the remainder of
the year, per annum,
The Daily papor will be published on a
sheet sufficiently largo to contain full reports
of the doing ot both branches of the Legist
ture, sketches of Congressional proceedings
and tho general news ol the times, togeth
or with miscellaneous articles on a vanctv
The Semi-weekly paper wih be nnblish
ed on i sheet of double-medium 6ize, and
will contain as much reading matter cs any
paper ever published m Harrisburg.
FjtJfllKRGAS, the honorable ELLIS LEWIS
W YJ President of the Courts of Oyer and Ter
miner and General Jail Delivery, Court of Quarter
Sessions of tho Peace, and Court of Common Pleas,
and Orphan's Court, in tho eighth Judicial District,
composed of the counties nf Northumberland, Union,
Columbia and Lycoming; and tho Hon. AVillim
Do.vai.box and Geoiuib Mack Esquire?, as
sociato Judges in Columbia county, haio issued
their precept bearing date tho 21th day of November
in the ycarot our Lord one. tliousand eignt nunureu
and forty, and to rao directed lor Holding
A Court of Oyer and 7'erminer and G n
eal Jail Delivery, General Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, Common
Fleas, and Orphan's Court,
IN DAN ILLE, in tho county of Columbia, on
the third Monday of Jan. next, (being the ISth
davl and to continue two week.
NOTICE is therefore hereby given to tho Cor
oner, tho Justices of tho Peace, and ConstalJcs of
the snid County of Columbia, that they be then nnd
thero in their proper persons, at ten o'clock, in tho
forenoon of said day, with their records, inquisitions
and other remembrances to do llioso tnmgs wliien
to their offices appertain to bo done. And thoso
that arc bound by recognizances', to prosecute
against the prisoners that are or may bo iu tho jail
of said county of Columbia, arc to bo then and thero
to pro.ecute against them as shall bo just. Jurors
arc requested to be punctual in their attendance, a
grceably to their notices.
Dated ut Danville, tho 1 1th day of December, in
the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hun
dred and forty and in the GSth year of
tho independence of tho Uni'-ed States of Amer
ica. JOHN FRUIT Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Danville, ?
Dec. 11th 1810. 5
THE PRINTER JVANTS
A TEW BUSHELS OF
Wliealj E?uckw!tc:U Sc Cons,
AND A FEW LOADS OF
A few Bushels of P
also be received'
THE RESURRECTIM OK,'
Saw atIve, or any other pills or compound beforer
tho public, n? certified to by Physicians and other
Let nono condemn them until Uiey have Ttricd
them, and then wo ore certain they will not.
It is now a nettled point with nil who havo used
tho Vcgetablo Persian Pills that they aro pre-eminently
the best and most efficacious Family Mcdl
cinn that has yet been used in America. If overy
family could become acquainted with their Sovrr
eign power over disease, they wotitd keep them and
be prepared with a sure remedy to apply on tho firs
appearance of diseace, and thru how much distress
would In! ovoided and money saved, as well as tho
lives of thousands who nre hurried out of time by
neglecting disease In its first Klages, or by hot being
in possession of a remedy which they can placd Je
The Resurrection, or Persian PilU,
Tho name of theso pjlls orginatcd from the cir-
cumstanco of tho medicino being found only in tho
cemetaries of Persia. This vegetable production
being of a peculiar kind, led to experiments as to
ita medicinal qualities and virtues. In half a cen
tury it became an established medicine for tho dis
eases of that country. Tho extract of this singu
lar production was introduced into some parts of Eu
rope in the year 1783, and used by many celebrated
Physicians in curing certain diseases, whero all oth
er medicine has been used in vain. Early in tha
year 1702, the extract was combined with a certain
vegetable medicine imported from Dura Baca, in
tho East Indies, nnd formed into Pills. The admir
able effect of this compound upon tho human sys
tem, led physiicam and families into its general
use. Their long established character their univer
sal and healing virtues, tho detergent and cleansing
ijuuuuea u. meir spcciuc ncnon upon llie glandular
part of tho system, aro such ns will sustain their re
putation and general uso in tho American Repub
I certify that I have, bv way ol cxnenmenf. fipl
tho Hygcan, ond most of the irarious kinds of PilU,
... .nj iui,u iia.u uuniG luc mgiicsi rcpuio
in tho public estimation, that have been offered for
sale in this vicinity for the last fivo yeatS, including
thoso called the Rcsurreclion or Persain Pills; and
the public may rcst.assurcd that none among tho
wholo catalogue has answered a better purpose, m
an casy and effectual remedy, than tho Resurrection
or Pcrwan Pills, in most cases of disease.
CriAnr.is Dackvs, M. D.
Rochester, N. Y. Sept. 21, 1837.
Messrs. E. Choe & Co. Gents. Hearing
much said about the extraordinary effects of tha
Resurrection or Persian Pills, upon those about to
becomo Mothers, we were induced to make a tjjal of
them. My wife was nt that time tho mother of five
children, and had cufTcied the most tedious and ex
cruciating pains during and after her confinement
of each. Sho had tried every means and taken
much medicine, but found little or uo relief. Sha
commenced taking tho Persian Pills about threo
months before her confinement (her health being vc
ry poor about this length of timo previous) and In a
short time sho was enabled by their uso lo attend to
tho cares of a mother to bar family until her con
finement. At tho time sho commenced taking tho
Pcisiajl Pills, and for several weeks pi cvious, sho
was afflicted with naiy"narrrcougii,--imu ntnjutni
scveio cramps, which tho uso of the Pills entirely
removed before using half a box. It is with tho
greatest confidence that wo advise all thoso about to
becomo mothers to mako uso of tho Persian Pills.
All thoso that havo taken them in our neighbor
hood havo got along in the same easy manner, and
are about the house in a few days. There docs not
appear to be half the danger of other dangers setting
in after confinement, whero theso Pills are taken.
Wo unitedly! say.lct nono neglect taking them, fot
they are in tho reach of the poor as well as tho rich.
Wo aro truly thankful that there is a remedy which
females can easily prcuro which tends to lessen tha
world of suffering, which many of them have to bear,
and perhaps save the lives ot thousands which would
otherwise be lost.
Rochester, May M, 1838; comer of Callidonian
square, Edinburg street; far further particulars bco
A.v.v O. Roberts.
RocucsTzn, Sept. SI, I63C. '
Messrs. E. Chase 3 Co.
I think it my duty to let you know what a great
euro your PilU havo performed on me 1 had been
sick about 7 years about 2 years and a half con
fine;! to my bed. I had been given over as incurable,
with 'Consumption, by twcltcphytlciansof tho first
standing; my lungs were seriously affected; I had
3 ulcers gather and break; my cough was dry and
harsh most of Iho time; my liver was much swollen,
and my stomach very dyspeptic. I had chills, fever,
and night sweat, accompanied with cxtremo inita
blcncss of tho nervous system, and other difficulties'
which I forbear to mention. After I was given over,
I tried almost all medicines which were advertised,
but to no advantage, until I tried your Vegetable
Persian Pills. I began lo gain in a bhorV timo after
I commenced taking them; and, to he biicf, before I
took II boxes, I was ablo to ride out and to take con
bidcrablo exercise, nnd at this timo I enjoy good
health, nnd am nblo to do good day's work. If any
noo wit-hen moro particular history of my suller.
ings, ho may call on mo, nt tho corner of Alain and
Fits Cnnr.n Tho undersigned hereby certify,
that we are the Parents of two children who havo
ueen afflicted with fiti inoroor less from their infan
cy, and that wo havo spared no pains or expenso In
endeavoring to effect n cure, but without any bene
ficial cllect, utiU hearing ol tlio Kesurrection or Ter
tian t ills, wiien iour uoxts wcro immediately
procuicJ, ami beforo threo boxes wcro taken, tho
fits had nbatcd in frequency, and evrty sym
torn much improved, and now wo aro happy to
ttato that our rhildjcn by the uso of tho Persian
Pills, with thu blessing of God, are entirely cured
and havo no sym torn orappcaranco of fits, will find
n tho Persian Pills a sure and jcrfect cure.
JOHN & MARTHA JUHNtfUttt
Canton N. Y. Dec. 10, 1S37.
The above pills may he had of tho following a
gents John Moyer, Uloomsburg; II. JWiller, tier-
wick; J. Cooper & Sons, liazeitou; u. jlorlman
Espeytotvn; John Sharpies, Cattawii"saj Lyman
Ezra Tavlor, agent for lie atalo ol l'ennsylva
nia.residing at Rochester N. Y. to whom all orders
can be addressd. "'