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THE KtiSUllKECTION Oil,
(QlanUsr PunaATivr, the MATcmtss diricedl
Bawative, or.nny other bills or compound beforo
tho public, H3 certified to by Physicians and others
i.ci.nnno condemn tnem until thry have tried
thcin, nl.il then wo are certain they will net.
It is now n settled point with all who have Used
the Vegetable Persian Pills that thoy aro pre-emi-tietitly
thobest and most efficacious Family Mcdi
cmti that has yet been Used In America. If every
family could become acquainted witli their Sovcr
cign pent Ct over disease, they would keep tliem and
bo prepared willi a suro remedy to apply on tho firs
appearance of disease, nud then how much distress
would to avoided and money saved, as well as tho
lives of thousands who are hurried out of time by
neglecting disease in its first stages, or by, not being
in possession of a remedy which they can placo dc-.
The Resurrection, or Persian Pills.
The name of theso pills orginalcd from tho cir
cumstance of the medicine being found only in the
wmetarics of Persia. This vegetable production
being of a peculiar kind, led to experiments as to
ita medicinal qualities' and virtues. In half n cen
tury it becamo an established medicine for the dis
easesof that country. Tho oxtract of this singu
larproduction was introduced into some part of Eu
ropo in the year 1783, and used by many celebrated
iy aitiaus in curing certain diseases, where all oth
er medicine Has been used in Vain.. Early in the
year 1793; thecxtract was combined with a certain
vegetable mediciuo imported from Dura Baca, in
the East Indies, and formed into Pills. Tho admir-
ame cucct ot this compound upon tho human Rys
tem, led physiicans and families into its general
Use. Their lonir established r-.harnF.tor ilmir ;i-r.
sal and healing virtues, the detergent and cleansing
qualities of their specific oction upon the glandular
yon yi u,y system, are sucn as'WiIl sustain their re
putation and general use in the American Kcpub-
t certify that I have, by way of experiment, used
the Hygean, and most of tho rarious kinds of Fills,
in my praclice, which havo borne tho highest repute
in the public estimation, that havo been offered for
wue in tins vicinity for the last fiveyeats, including
those called the Resurrection or Pcreain Pills: and
the public may rest assured that none among the
whole catalogue has answered a better purpose; as
m cuounu euecmai remeuy, man tlio Resurrection
w Persian Pills, in most cases of disease.-
, Cmtins Backus, M. D.
Rochester, N. Y. Sept. 21, 1837.
Messrs. E. Ohaso & Co. Gents. Hearing
iiiutii sum auoui ine extraordinary, effects of the
Resurrection or Persian Pills. Unon tttnsf. nlmnf in
become mothers, we were induced to make a trial of
tnem. my wito was at that time tho mother of five
children,-'and had suffcied the most tedious and ex
cruciating pains during and after her .confinement
of each, Sho had tried c ery means and taken
much. medicine, but found littlo.or no relief. She
commenced, taking the Persian Pills about three
months uctore her conhnement (her health being ve
ry poor about this length of timo previous) and in a
short time slie was enabled bv'thcir'URn'to niiptul in
the ceres of ta. mother to hor family until her con
finement. At the timo she commenced taking the
U I 1111 .. r . . w
f tiuan unu ior several weeks pi evious, she
was afflicted witli a diy hard cough, and frequent
cvuiu cramps, vvnicu. ino use ot ine i'Uls entirely
.removed beforo using half a box. It is with the
greatest confidence that we adviso all those about to
-.become mothers to make useof tho Persian Pills,
All lliose that have, taken them in, our ncighbor-
uoou nave got along in tlio same easy manner, and
are about the house in a few days. There docs not
appear to bo half tho danger of other dancers scttinn-
in after confinement, where these Pills arc taken.
We unitedly' say.fgt none neglect taking them, for
they are jn tho reach of tho poor as wc'.I as tho rich.
Wc are truly "thankful' that there is a rcmpdv nhU.
femalos can easily procure which tends to lessen the
world of suiTcring,.which many, of them havo to bear,
mm periiaps save we lives oi thousands winch would
otherwise bo lost.
Rochester; May 14, 1838: corner of Cfllliilmii
square, Edinburg street; for further particulars bee
suuscrioers. " '
Ann O. Ruuekts.
Rochester, Sept. 21, 1830.
Messrs. E. Chase & Co.
f think it my duty to let you know what a great
x:ure:your,i-ms have, perlormcd on me I had been
sick about 7 years about 2 years and a half con-
uncu to my pcd. l had been given'over as incurablo,
with Consumption, by twelve physicians of the first
standing; my lungs were seriously affected; I had
3 ulcers gather and'brcak; my eougli was dry and
harsh most of the time; my liver was much swollen,
and my stomach very dyspeptic. I had chills, fever.
and night sweat, accompanied with extreme iriita-
lileriess ot tho nervous system, and other difficulties
'which'I forbear to mention. .After I was given ovcr
I tried almost all medicines which were advertised,
but to no advantage, until I tried your Vegetable
Pcrsian.Pills. I began to gain in u'shor. timo after
I'c6mm'ericcd faking them; and, td bo brief, beforo I
'took 3 boxes, T was able to rido out and to take'eon
fciderablo exercise, and at thi-j time I enjoy good
health, and am able to do good day's work. If any
noe wishes a more particular liistory of my suffer
intf", ho may call on me, at the corner of Main and
Fits OcnKD The undersigned hereby certify,
that wc are the ParcnU of two children who have
ficcn afflicted with.fiu moriTor less from their infen
eaond that we havo spared no pains or expense in
endoavoring to effect a cure, but without any bene
ycial effect, until hearing of tho Resurrection or Per
sian Pills, when four boxes were immediately
procuied, and before three boxes were taken, tho
:fiU had abated in frequency, and ev'eiy sym
'torn much Improved, and now wo arojiappy to
'Btate that our -childjcn by tho use of tho Persian
Pills, with tho blessing of God, are. entirely cured
'and have no symtom orappcaranco of fits, will find
m the Pertdan Pills a sure and perfect cure,
JOHN &; .MARTHA JOHJVSONt
'Canton N. Y. Dec 10, 137.
'The above pills may bo had of tho following a
agents John Jloycr, Blpomsbiirgs H. Miller, Uer
wick; J, Cooper &, Sons, Hazclton; C.'Hortman
Espcytowrii John Sluwpless, Cattawissa; Lyman'
Lrra 'lavlor. asrert for 'he Slato of Pennsvlvn
ttU Wiling' at Rochester.,!. Y. to whpm all prdcrs
cinte addicsseJ '---j--
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE
DR. JOSEPH rRIE8TtiEY PETERS,
Celebrated Vegetable Antibilious Pills,
Are effecting some of tho most astonishing and
wondcrlul cures that havo ever been known. Tlio
itown and county aro filled with their pioiso. Tho.
i-aiaco onu j-oor nouso -alike echo with'theirA-ir-tur
In .all climates thoy still rctnln.thcit'.wondcr
ipi virtues. . i -.-
acxiraei jrom n letter tvritlcn by Dr,
francis JJogart, of Providence, R.
Dec. 7, 1838. .
" i'ctcrs ruts aro nn excellent opeiimcnt and
cninartic medicine, those effects being-produced b
tho diffcrenco of the quantity taken, and aro dcci
ucuio superior toJjco's, Brandrctli's Morrison'
Extract from a letter by Hopkins, of Ban
gur, luaine, jan. u, Aaa
" They aro a peculiarly mild, yet efficient nurca-
tivo medicine; and produce little, if any griping of
nausea, i navq prcscriocu uicm with mucji success
m pick headaches and slight billious fevers."
Extract from a letter by Br. Joseph TT'i
nams, ot jjurnngnam, f l. Jahi
.11 I'M.. 1 f 1 . f . .
i uuiiiiuiiy iccoinmcu reicrs rctcrs 'ills as
mildly cilective, andin no caso dangerous family
iiiuuiiaiie. i ncy arc peculiarly lniiuential in cos
tivcncss and all the usual diseases of tho digestivi
Exlrat of a letter from Dr. Edward Smith
oj Montreal, U. C, Sept. 29 1830
" I never knew n sinclo natcnt ninlirinn that
could put tho slightest confidence in but Dr. Peters'
Vcgotablo Pills, .which aro really o valuable discov
cry. I have no hesitation in having it known that
i uso uicm extensively in my practice, for all com.
plaints, (and they aro not a few,) which have their
ouuiku in utu iiiipuruy oi ine oioou. -
Extract of a letter from Br. Pyc, of Que
ucv, j j. u, luarcn u, j 37.
" r or billious fevers, sick headache, torpidity of
tho bowels, ond enlargement of spleen, Dr. Peters
A'llls aro an excellent medicine."
Extract of a teller from Br. Gurney, of
.m wncans, ja. uct. U, liiU7.
" I have received much assistance in mv practice
especially in jaund.ee and yellow fever from
Ulu i eiers j-iiis. i iiresume, that on an av
erage, i presenbo a hundred boxes a month
Extract of a letter from Dr. Reynolds, of
Galveston, Texas, JlprilS, 1838.
" They arc certainly an excellent gcneril family
uivuiuuc, unu uilio is no quacKcry-ouout tnem.
Bxtract of a letter from Dr. Prilchard, of Hudson,
n. x. June iHUli,
I was aware that Dr. Peters was one of tho best
chemists in tho United Statos.nml fnlt n,,rn,1
he would some' day (from his intimate knowlecgc
ui iiiu rujjirues oi neros and drugs; produce nn
tiuuiuui mcuicinc. ami i muet irkiinu- .irn ih.
as , egetabic mis fully respond to my cxpectationst
They are. indeed ,a superior medicine, and reflect
creuuaiuco upon the chemist ia physician and
Extract of a letter from Dr. Waincs. of Philadcl.
..1 11 1 n .nnn ' '
" xour Dills aro t in milito.f m 11,;, nnxr.iUr..
and yet most powerful in their effects, of any that
I havo ever met with in-a practice of cicrht ond
tWPntVVPJira Tnir n.lmn ,1. 1 I.-.
...j y - ..v.. -buuii wii ,iiu VUJ-IU UUU J1UI1CU
uii uic iiupunues oi ino wood, is evidently very sur-
Extract of a letter from Dr.
Scott, of Baltimore,
JOcc. 17, 1830.
" 1 om in the daily habit of nrescrihinnr thorn
(Peters'Pillsl and thev in ncarlv nil rnsM nnaunr
cd my purpose. I havo discarded other mcdirines,
OUUH.-U1. -.iiviu very goou ones, in their tavor.
extract irom an address dclived on the
evening of the Uth May, 1837, before
the Medical Board of New York, bv
Br. Emerson. See Nciv Yoih Mediml
" As a body I know that wo have set our fnen n.
gainst tho generality of patent medicines, and expe
rience has taught Us that tlio great bulk of Ihcm arc
mero catch penny trash; but I feelcalled upon to
make au honorablo exception in fuvor of the Vege
table Pills of our woithy and skilful fellow laborer
andcitiicn. Dr. Joseph Priestley Peters, of' which,
(in consequenceof their peculicrlv nutritions nplinn
on mo oioou,; i, and several members of this hon
orable Society, aro ardent natrons.'' This frinn.llo
allusion to tho regctabIo,Pills was received with a
warm rounu oi apiauso by all the members present-
A frcsli supply of tho valuablo Pills i tint rPr.P.IV(til
by John R. Moycr, Uiid D. S. Tobias. Wlo'omsburg
unu f iiuuui xjiuuiu, Uiiuviue.
I'nce 25 cents per Box,
October 31, 1810.
Dyspepsia IDyspepsia !.
THAT troubjesomo and peaccdestroying dis
ease. Tho usnnils nml tone nf l1iMioo...ld ..r
, -- - - .uuMouuue nui'
ler from that common and distressing complaint.
Dyspepsia is frequently caused by overloading or
utMcjiuuig uiusiomacn oy excessive eating or dunk
ing indigestible and acrid substances ink nn Into
the stomach, or from long continued constipation of
tho. bowels, a sedentary life.fear. cricf. anxieiv. n ,.
pious draft of eold wuter, drastic purgative nicdi-.
tKuunf, iiuscarnages, mtprmittent and spas
modic affections of the stomach and boivela.
lar meals, late hours, and too frequent use of spiri-
Tho symptoms of Dumepsia mav be describe!
as a want of appetite, or on unnatural or voracious
one, nausea anu sometimes bilious vomiting, sudden
and transient distensions of tliQ stomach aficr eat
ing, acid and putrescent eructlons, wafer brash, pain
in the region of tho stomach, cosfivcness.palpitaiion
f the heart, dizziness and dimness of the sight, dis
turbeb rest, tremors, Inental despondency, f latulencv.
spasms, nervous irritability, chillncss, sallowncss of
complexion, great oppiession after eating, languor
and general debility, sick head-ache, &c.
CURE At tho head of all remedies stands Dr.
uariiclis vompouml strengthening Tunic and
uerman Aperient lulls, which actcreatlv unon the
peristaltic motion of tho intestines, thereby produc
ing regularity of the bowels, at tho samo timo im
proving tho funttions of tho debilialcd organs, thus
invigorating and restoring the digestive onrans to n
healthy action. This medicine seldom fails in pro
Full and explicit directions accompany tho nbnvn
medicine. Likewise a pamphlet which descrilms
diseases, tho manner .of treatine-. Ac For snln" "nt
Tobias' Health, Emporium Bloomiburt'
Nov. 7 iBlo'- - ' ' -'. 4 ' q
cojirouND svniii' of
For Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, Spitting o
JJloocl, Soreness of Throat, Whooping
, Cough, and alt Diseases indicative of
UKl.XXS ARE DANGEROUS. So It iaivlil,
hofcowho neglect their .COLDS and COUGH.
At first you complain of having a Cold, which is
ncgiccteu; oner which a soreness is cxpcricnccd.irt
tho lironcliia. with a Hackinrr Coiurb.
fho disease settles upon the llings, which tho patient
mi, tuun icauiu.uv u viisuiig away oi tne louy,
attended with heclie fevers mid spilling up of Jlor
id blood and matter from ulcers on the lungs; a pain
and weight is also experienced at tlio affected part
of the lungs; tho functions of tlio animal economy
grow languid; the body becomes dry; tho eyes sink
deep within thoir cavities; at length tho patient
pays the debt of nature, when. ho is flattering him
self with tho hopes of a speedy recovery. To ob
viate all those distressing symptoms "Spare no
Timo" in procuring Ihe above Invaluable Medicine
ot tho very commencement of your Cold and
Coughs whereby your health may bo secured and
me and money saved. For salo at
Tobias' Health Emporium Bloomsbttrg
Entirely cured by the use of Br. O. P,
Harhch,s Compound Strengthening and
German Aperient Pills.
Mr. Solomon Wilson, of Chester County Pa.,
afficted for two years with tho above distressing dis-
caso ot wmch he had touschis crutches for eighteen
months, his symptoms were excruciating pain in
all his jointj. cspccially in his hips, shoulders and
ankles, pain increasing towards evening, attended
with heat. ,Mr. Hilson, was at ono time not able
to move his limbs on account of the pain being so
great; lie being advised by n friend of his to procuro
Dr.-Harlich's Pills for which ho sent tortho agent in
West Chester, and procure some; on using tho med
iciuo tho third day, tho pain disappeared and his
strength increasing fast, and in thrco weeks was a
ble to attend to his ljusiiiess, which ho had not dono
for eighteen months; for the benefit of others afflic
ted, ho wishes these lines published hat they may
bo rclioved, and again enjoy tho pleasures of healthy
life. For sale at
Tobias1 Health Emporium Bloomsbttrg.
Nov. 7, 1840. 28.
MO HE POSITIVE PROOFS,
Of the efficacy of Br. HarlicKs Compound
Strengthening and German, Aperient
Alleghany, Jan. 8, 1840,
To Dr. Harlich's Accnt Sir: I wish to stntn
for tho benefit of those' who may "be' afflicted, that
Dr. Harmcu's ,Pills hayo entirely cured mo of
Dyspepsia, of which I havo been uliiicted for ma
ny years. I used both kinds, tho Aperient and
Strengthening, arid I am constrained to say, that
tney aro a valuable discovery, and act upon tho sys
tem mildly, but very effectually. I found tho Tonic
Pills to quicken tho circulation and cause a dntor.
mination to tlio surface, and to strengthen the weak
stomach and increase its powers. Tho Ancricnt
Pills aro (ho best cathartic I over used. I am r.nn.
fidcr t all Dyspeptics would do well to mako immp..
diate trial and bo relieved. Any one can call at my
house and be satificd of the above at pleasure.
DAVID It. POPE.
N. B. The original certificates mav be seen at
tho ofiico of tho " Spirit of tho Times." For salo
at No. 19, North EIGHTH STREE.
CURE YOUR COUGH BEFORE IT IS
checked at the commencement, and disappointed of
iu prey, u proper means i.uii necn tcsoitcd to. The
vciy many who have thus been snatched from that
fatal ravagcr, by tho timely usq of Dr. SWAYNES
COMPOUND SY't UP OF WILD CHEliRV.
bear testimony to this day, announcing the cures,
tho wonderful cures, performed by the uso of this
invaluable nicd'ciiie. For salo at
'Jobias' Health Emporium Bloomsburg,
Nov. 7, 1840. " 28.
THE ESTATE OF ELIZA BITTER,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Letters of administration on the above es
tate have been granted to the subscriber, re
sidin;; in Illoom township, Columbia oeun
ty. Therefore all, persons indebted to the
estate of said deceased, aro requested to
make immediate payment, and all those hav
ing claims .will present them.
WILLIAM KITTER, Admr.
Bloom, Jan. ?, 1841.
hKY respecllully informs his friends and the
public, that ho has alivavsouhand. nt tho Li.
rery Stable in Bloomsburg, forthepurposo of Hire
Horses, Sulkies, CSigs,
WAGONS, AND SLEIGHS,
which ho will feel gratified to keep in readiness fo
the accommodation of customers.
Ho has also made arrangements for carrying pas
sengers irom uioomsBurg to juuncy, and from
uioomshurg to iJuckalews on tho Owego turnpike
Leaves Bloomsburg for Munrv evcrv Satiinl.it;
at 7 o'clock in tho morning and arrive at Muncy
tho samo evening. Leavo Muncy every Saturday
morning at 8 o'clock and arrive nt Bloomsburg tho
Leaves Bloomsburg every Wednesday morning
for Buckalews and return tho satno day,
Personal application can bo mado at his residence,
when every means will be used to render entire tat
isaction to tlwso who may givo liini a call..
JNUAH W. PltfJKTIS
Bloontfilurg, March 28, 1810. '' '48.' -
N pursuance of a law passed, June 1,3th, 1836,
the annexed statement is published for tho in
formation of tho Directors of tlio Common Schools
of Columbia Oounly, transmitted by flic Superin-
icnuani oi wonuuon Hchools.
JOHH McIlENRY '
Commissioners Ofiico, ?
Danville, March 2, 1841. 5
To the, Bircctors of Cornmon Schools
, , ,. . Columbia County.
Gesttlemex: Tho following statement is mado
tn accordance with the School Low passed in 183G.
The amount of tax every district must levy to en
title itself to tho sharo of Stato Appropriation is a
sum equal to at least SIXTY CENTS for every
taxablo inhabitant in tho district, uccordina- tn the
last triennial enumeration made in tho spring of
1839. A list of taxablcs in each district is hereto
Districts that have already accepted the Common
Cchool System, and teccived their share of tho op-
propriation for former years, will on levying tho
proper amount of tax, be entitled under existiug
laws to receive for tho school year 1842, which
commences on tho first Monday of next June, ONE
DULliAK lor every taxable.
DlRtrif'tn ivllirli linv-n nnt tpffivpiI nnv nnrl nf
.... ,.. .wv..-. -..j . .
inu uiiiujjiiuiiuji ui luuuur yt-ar, nui, wiiuu uo
cepi ino system 1- u it ilia l-lltoi' xifliu, at
tho annual election in March noxt, and levy the
proper smount of tax, will under existing laws re
ceives 40 for every taxable in tho district, in
1835', and 53 00 for every taxablo in 1839, accord!
ing to the annexed list. Theso sums by a resolu
tion passed April lath, 1840, will remain in tho
Slato Treasury for the use of non-accepting dis
tricts, until tho first of November, 1841, and no
JSumbcr of Taxablcinhabilants in tin
several School districts of the county,
according to the enumerations of 1835
DisTiucTS 1835 1839
Bloom, .. ,453 345
Brier creek, :.340 .. ' , 378
Cattawissa, 345 .. 403
Derry, ' 350! . '315
Greenwood; 250 " " !' 230
Hemlock, 327 ' i ' 200
Liberty, .. 2G8- 249
Limestone, 121 130
Madison, ' 302 319
Mahoning," ' 3G8 -039
Mifflin, . - '370 - -438
Montcur. . , . ,.v . . 148
Mount Pleasant, 147 114
Roaring creek, .322 358
Sugarloaf, ' rii154 ' 157'
Fishing creek, - 129 147
Valley,' - 113
I am yours, respectfully,
FRS. R. SHUNK,
Supt, Com. Schools.
Harnsburg, Feb, 23, 1S41-
LIST OP LETTERS.
Remaining at the Post Office at Blooms
burg at the end oi tlo quarter ending on
uic isisioi March, 1841.
Appleman Mathias Mouser Joseph
Barnard Robert McKillicart Joe
BloxidgeJohn Aloyer Angelina
Bomboy Charlock Maus B. & L. B.
Blecker Jacob Mclick Henry
Coleman Jesso Merling Emeline
Coleman Joreph Mqrling B. Henry
Dnveiiing Alexander Urway Joseph
Doan Lnno Miss
Faux D. & W,
llauso Isaac 2
McKelvy Win. 3
Slater E. Sidney
Vanderslico Rebecca 2
V inccnt Richards
Wells jr. Israel
Waller D. J.
B. RUPERT. P. M.
Those inquiring for any of the above let-
i e.tn ti I i nlfincn cnt It m . ' I
in .1 i . " i
aii (jurbuiis niueuieu ior rostago must
cash up. I havo accommodated ilium, now
ici uicm nccommouato me.
FANCSr &. WINDSOR
fpTE Subscriber would respectfully informs his
BL 'a unu me puuuc generally, that he con
tinues 10 carry on ine business of manufactuiing
CBSAIM6S AWD SETTEE.,
of almost every variety of pattern and finish; and
.uiai nu win aiienu to turning any article in wood
uuii may ueoruercu. no will also attend to
HOUSE & ORJTAMETAL
in all their branches; and respectfully solicits a con-
iinuum-c oi puuuc rnvor. Turning shop on Mar
ket ttrcet, nearly opposite the Printing ofiico of tho
Columbia County llegistcr-finishing shop on the
mum ui'cim-uriy opposiiQ ucorgo Weaver sstore.
Bloomsburg. Soiitembcr 10, 1840
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNhRSIIIR
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fitm of E. HOWELL, & Co this day by mutual
consent dissolved. Tho Hni, , : .iL i...i. r
v.. 1. ,1 t, . . iamia 01
"IIUVU.11UWCI , Willi W1IOIM nil ks,,.. ,l. !..
debted to, or have claims against tho firm, aro re
quested to call and settle the samo without delav
- ' '.. . enoch-howew,,
, , , ., -.outbi;rt, .
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Specimen copies will do sent to those who m.iy
THE DOUBLE NOTION will bo published
occasionally durinir the vcar. and sent tn nil ilmtn
subscribers who pay for ono year's subscription.
TERMS THBEE DOLLARS a year, always
in uavance no ordcrs,no matter Irom what source
will be attended to unless accompanied with tho
CASH. Single copies SIX CENTS EACH.
Postmasters or others rLmmittlnrru.!ii7inr
shall have debt crmies sent to eurn nrroona nml
places as they may designate,ond be entitled to tho
i?ir copy gratis.
. Mail subscribers will havp their papers deposited
in the Post Ofiico, in this city, every Thursday eve
Publisher and Proprietor.
Boston, Dec. 10th, 1810.
To the Supervisors of
HE Commissioners request tho Sunerviiors
in tho several townships of Columbia countv.
lo attend to the filling up of the abutments of tho
County bridges, in their respective districts, when
repairs of that kind aro required- in this way Mick
repairs can bo mado at trillinc exnenscto the town.
ships; and generally moro promptly and economi
cally than it is possible for tho Commissioners to
have it "done at the expense of tho county.
Jan. 9, 1811.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE is hereby civon that tho Co
partnership horetoforo existir.ir under tho
firm of M. S. & W. McaxB, is this dav dis
All persons are forbidden to trive anv
credit to said Firm from this date.
1 ho books of said firm are in the hands
of John Coovenhoven, Esq, for collection
fo whom all payments must bo mado.
Orangoville, Jan. 12, 1811.
THE undersigned havintr nniehaseil thr.
Book-Binding established in Milion, in
forms the publis that he is now mennred tn
do all kinds of Binding in the cheapest and
most substantial manner.
Of all descriptions will be dono to order
at tho shortest notice.
All kinds of conntrv nroduco will he in.
kan in exchange for work.
II. L. DIEFFNBACH.
Milion, Dec. 5, 1810- 33
'J'lIE subscriber wouhl
r i.i , .. ' rr.""'v
unu ma vusiuiuurs anu 1110 public gener
ally, that ho has just received from New
Plates of fashions
and drafts for cutting garments, bv which
ho is enabled to cut in tho
not only ol Now York, but of London: and
make up m tho fust stile for Autumn and
11 imti wear.
,1,1. W OHJI.I.1U
HiaiiKsior past favors, ami rf.sn.iri,iio-
a continuance, mnmrsinn- n 1,;
part, every exertion to render (fPfir.rr,l cm:c.
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