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The following spirited lines ore from tho
Lowell Oflering.and were written by a'Fac
ray country's flag.
My Country's Flag ! I love to gaze
Upon thee, bathed in Freedom's light!
I love the verybreezo that plays
Among thy folds on yonder height.
Thy Stars and StripeB 1 I love lliem well,
For all the high-born truths they tell
They o'er my spirit casta spell,
That seems by angel impulse given:
It savors less o( earth than heaven.
My country's Flag! I love to think
Of thee, as of a heaven-born thing,
And with thy every thought, to link
A holier name than prinoo or king.
The Christian's God it was who made
The hand to rear thee, strength to save
And made thy champions bold and bravo
To lift tho Stars and Stripes on high,
And tell their freedom to the Bky 1
My country's Flag! A sight of thee
Shall waken liveliest gratitude;
And many a youthful heart shall see,
That to be great is to be good.
That noble being all must love,
Who, rising in grandeur far above,
Meanwhile was gentle as a dove,
And wrapt around his towering mind,
The chords that bound him to mankind.
Mil country's Flag! Wave on, wave on,
Till aristocracy shall cease,
And every eye shall greet the dawn
Of Liberty, the morn of peace 1
Till every being on our soil
Shall eat the free reward, of toil,
And every chain, and serpent coil,
Before thy silken folds shall flee,
And God's own image stand forth free.
THE PLOUGHMAN'S SONG.
Away with grandeur, pomp and gold
Away with childish ease;
Give me but strength my plough to hold,
And I'll find means to please.
Tis sweet to toil for those we love;
My wife and darling boys
Bat tend to make my labor prove
The sweetest of my joys.
The humble morsel I procure,
When labor makes jt sweet,
Is eaten with a taste more pure
Than, food that raonarchs eat.
Tis mine yes 'tis my happy.lot,
From cares and av'rice free,
To own this secluded spot,
Dear friends and Liberty.
Thus I, no monarch on his throne
Can grudge his destiny;
Let him his weight of cares bemoan,
Whilst I am truly free.
When labor wearies and grows dull,
I with my dog and gun,
Go forth the finest game to cull,
And thus all sorrows shun.
Now. tell me all you gentry train,
Who have what fortune gives;
Is not the cheerful country swain
The happiest man that lives?
THE subscrioers inform the public, that they
have entered into Partnership, under tho firm
EVER & KEFFIjEV ;
and have ust received from Philadelphia, and now
opened, at their NEW STORE, JS'orlhweslC or
ner of Market and Maine Streets, Bloomsburg;
an entire new and extensive assornient of
DRY QOODS,GROCERIES; HARD
WARE, CROCKERY, AND
Q UEENSWk RE, yc.
which they offer for sale, on reasonable terms, as
heir prices are suited to the times. Among their
assortment will be found
Broadcloths, Cassimeres, Sallinells, and
various kinds of cloths Jor men'a
Summer wear; Calicoes; Ging
hams; Cambrics Muslins;
Silksi Muslin dc lanes;
and various other articles
Jor Ladies' dresses; Shawls; Silk
and Cotton Handkerchiefs and Hose;
Bleached and Brown Domestic Muslins;
and s variety of other articles suitable for the season,
and beueyeu to tie a goou anu complete an assort
znent'asis usally found in country stores.
0CjCOUNTUY PRODUCE will be received in
exchange, end C'ABll will not be refused.
uur menus, ana me public generally, are re
quested to call and examine for .themselves.
I Slleanutiurf, June 3ft, 1813, j
WHEREAS, the Honorable Ems Lswis,
President of tho Courts of tho Oyer and
Terminer and General Jail delivery, Court of .Quar
ter Sessions of the Peace, and Court of Common
Pleas and Orphans' Court, in tho eighth judicial
district, composed of the counties of .Northumber
land, Union, Columbia and Lycoming; and the
Hon. William Donaldson and George MacK, fcsq
Quires. Associalo Judrresin Columbia county, liavo
issued their precept bearing date tho 26th dny of
April in tho year ot our liord one inousanu eigni
hundred and forty-two, and to aie directed, for hold
A Court of Oyer and Terminer, and Gen
eral Jail Delivery, General Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, uotnmon ricas
and Orphan's Court.
IN DANVILLE, in the County of Columbia,
n the third Monday .if August, next (being tho
Sthdavl and to continue two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given to tho Coroner,
toe Justices of the Peace, and Uonstawcs ol mo
said county of Columbia, that they be then and
there in their wooer persons, at 10 o clock in tho
forenoon of said day. with their records, innuisi
tions. and other remembrances, to do those things
which to their offices appertain to bo done. And
thoso that aro bound by recognizances, to prose
cute against tho prisoners that are or may be in the
Jail of said county of Columbia, are to be then and
there to prosecute against them, as shall bo just.
Jurors aro requested to bo punctual in their attend
ance, agreeably to their notices.
Dated at Danville.tho 8th day of July, in tho
year of our Lord one thousand eight huiv
drcd and forty-two, and in the GCthycar of the
Independence ol tho United status ol Amen
JOHN FKUIT, Sheriff.
July 8, 1842.
18 FORTHCOMING 1 1
A L TIATHA1T
QUADRUPLE BOSTON NOTION,
WILL SHORTLY BE PUBLISHED,
Which in point of size,bcauty of paper,
and typography, convenience of form
value andfreshness of Conlents,and nun,
ber will far surpass that of unu ever be
fore issued from any newspayer establish
mem m ine wona.
The subscriber, publisher of.tho Boston Notion
feels a degree, of honest prido in beine able to an'
nounco that ho is now making the most extensive
arrangements, tor tho publication, at on early period
STUPENDOUS PRINTED SHEET
which ho has every confidence, from the nature of
his arrangements, in assuring tho public, will far
surpass, in point ot
SIZE, BEAUTY AND VALUE,
any of his previous efforts at newspaper publishing,
and to which ho will challenge the world to pro
duce an equal 1 It will contain printed nutter, to
ine amount oi near sixteen thousand sou aro inches.
or ono hundred and four square feet ! employing
over mrco minion seven nunured thousand letters
It will be embellished with over
20 Splendid Engravings!
of a serious, comic and ludicrous character, a laiu
number ot them entirely, original. Tho Letter
Fress Contents, will bo of tho most valuable charac
ter, and no article will be allowed a place in its col
umns that has previously appeared in any American
publication as it will bo filled with entirely new
and fresh matter. The next steamer from Eurone,
will brinrr us a larcro auantitv of materials cent fnr
by us, expressly for "the columns of this stnpendous
Among other matters, it will contain two ejt-
TirU FULL SIZED KOTELS,
By BULWER AND JAMES
the two most celebrated and popular novelists of tho
age, and also o NEW NOVEL by Mrs. GORE.
These novels, when printed by tho booksellers, will
probably sell for from two to three dollars. A large
number of splendid Tales, Romances, Stories, Bio
graphical sketches, Memoirs of distinguished cha
racters, Poetry, Anecdotes and fun enough for a
year, &c. &c will fill up its columns.
Though tho promises wo have made abovo may
appear to tho readers of the prospeetus, too liberal
to be fulfilled, we can assure them in perfect sincer
ity, that we are not only able to accomplish all wo
have proposed, but that wo have in view othoi
striking features and novelties, which will material
ly enhance tho value of our sheet. The public has
pronounced a lavorabio verdict on our lormer .nam'
mothNotions, but we have taken measures for ren
dering tho forthcoming " Leviathan" a still greater
prodigy than any of its predecessors. We have
engaged the assistance ot several ot onr most distin
guished literary men, both by making selections,
and furnishing original articles, and such a rigid
censorship will be exercised in making the sheet,
that nothing unworthy of being cherished ond pre
served, will find a place in its columns. It will be
For this GREAT WONDER the chargo will be
Only 25 Cents per Copy,
To Aqexts. Those newspaper and periodica
Agents throughout the country, desirous of having
any ot this astonishing publication, will please send
us their orders at once, accompanied ith the cash
as only a limited edition ot I hirty Thousand Cop
ics will be printed. Ordeis will be supplied in the
order in which they aro received, after allowin
reasonable timo for distant agents. The wholesale
price to Agents and others wrll bc$20 per hundrd.
Fifty copies S 10 twenty-five copies: $5.
To Clubs. Persons clubing, shall receive nine
cofies fer $2 Fourteen copies for $3 Twenty
. e m , m . ... -
copies ior pt- anu i weniy-r ive copies lor jo.
To PosTMASTEns Postmasters who will IroU'
bis themselves to forward a remittance, shall re
ccive an extra copy tor themselves in a separate
wrapper, for every 2 dollars for nine copies they
may enclose to us.
1 publisher Boston Notion.
Notion office, Boston, June .1, 1842,
The postage on this bhcet will be ouly ono cent
under a hundred miles, and J. .1-2 cents over 100
miles; as it will bo printed as a newspaper, Extra
t.. r . l i . v at . , ; ' - -
THIS Rccipo, obtained of an old Jew by a trav
eller In the Eastern countries, bids fair to bo
of immenso valuo to tho Western world. Since
this plaster has been introduced into America,
every other plaster, salve, ointment or lina
mcnt has been discontinued by ill who have had nn
opportunity oftcshng tho superior medical virtues
of tho Jew David's or Hebrew Plaster. Truth,
though simple, is powerful, and will prevail with an
enlightened community over all the puffings and
fictitious affidavits with which the world is flooded.
Tho sterling worth df this plaster, is recognised, op-
. ..1 1 '.! , 1... .1.- ).!!,,,,
prcciaieu, uuu lis uso tfaiicuuiiuu wv miio.
classes of society. Ono simultaneous burst of op-
probation arises from tho thousands who have used
it, which shows, that when a remedy possesses high
ly intrinsic merits like this, it docs r.ot fail of re
ceiving the patronage of our intelligent public.
To bo had otthe stores of John RMouer.Blooms-
durg,Grim, Deer A Derr, Washington, A.Miller,
Berwick, P. E. Vasllnc, Danville, and J. iy J. R
FE ASIAN FliiiiS.
r' is now a settled point with all those whjhave
used the Vegetable Persian Flits, that they
are pre-eminently tno best and mosi cincacious
FamilyMcdicine that has been yet used in Ameri
ca. If every family could become acquainted with
their sovereign power over disease, they would
keep them and bo prepared with a sure remedy to
apply on tho first appearance ol disease, and then
how much distress would bo avoided and money
saved, as well as lives of thousands who aro hurried
out of time by neglecting disease in its first stages,
or by not being in possession ot a remedy which
they can place dcpcndancc on. fjAll who wish
to guaid against sickness, should uso tho Persian
pills freely, when needed : no injury can ensue, i
used from youth to old age, when taken according
to the directions.
Sold by J. R. Mover, Bloomsburg, Grim, Deer y
Derr, tt ashinglon, J. iy J. R. Shaniless, Gatta
wissa, A. Miller, Berwick, and P. E. Vastine,Dao
ville. Iyv5 16
Be ye purified in your blood,
And Health will attend you.
" 7Ve life of thi Flesh is in the Blood."
Leviticus, o. xvii. xi.
HOW IS THE BLOOD TO BE PU
RIFIED I !
Thousands can answer this question . who
know from acjual experience that
DR. LEWS' S BLOOD PILLS,
A COMPONANT rAnT OF WHICH IS
Are the safest, best, and most effectual Pills
now in existence.
wm Awsnws t
I. EST YOU MAY BE DECEIVED !
THE ONLY ORIGINAL, TRUE & GENUINE
lo-BOOD FILLS, -c
DR. LEIDF'S BLOOD PU.LS,
A COMPONANT PAUT OF WHIG
i is attempted uy quacks and Impostors to in
troduce their vile and dangerous nostrums by
assuming for their name that of "BLOOD PILLS"
knowing that the Blood J'ills manufactured bv Dr.
Lcidyha0 obtained the greatest reputation if any
Pills in existence, and think by such trickery to
impose upon the public by selling theirs upon the
popularity ofDr. Leidy's Blood Pills.
The public aro therefore particularly requested to
I. a .. .. 1 I ; . i r 1 1 t in
uiuuuub wucii jinrcuusiug, vo astt ior nr. uuv
UV'8 11 LOO U PILLS.
The public are assurej that Dr. Tsctdu's Blood
I'tlls are the safest, best, and most elttcacUms
of any now in use, containing neither Mercury or
ine .Minerals, and may bo employed by young and
old, male and female at all limes and under all
circumstances without fear from taking cold, ro
straint from diet in living or occupation.
In all cases where a purgation may bo necessary
these Pills will bo found both effectual and easy in
their operation, producing no nausea, or Sickness
ot the Stomach, griping or any other unpleasant
Further comment is deemed unnecessary tho
numerous certificates published from time to timo
from Physicians and other individuals must have
convinced the incredulous, and for the further in
formation of all others, Dr.Leidy refers them to the
directions which accompany each Box.
They aro prepared and sold.wholes.ile and retail.
at Vr. Jji: II) VH MliJtMj Til EMPORIUM, ,
iui mm. , mw raireei. oeiow
Vine street, (sign of the Golden Eagle and Ser
pents.) Also sold at
imIz's Health Emporium, Bloomsauw.
Nov 20, 1841. b
I TO HI ITCH!
DR. LEIDY'S TETTER AND ITCH
OINTMANT. An infallable remedy for
various affections of tho SKIN, removing
Pimples, Pastules, and Eruption of the
SKIN, and particularly adapted to the euro
of TETTER and ITCH.
This ointment has been used in numer
ous schools throughout the cily and county;
as well as Factories, employing numerous
girls and boys, and among whotrj Tetter and
Itch, as well as other Ailections of tho Skin,
prevailed, with the rno6t unexampled Suc
cess. Names of School Teachers, as well
as superintendents and Proprietors of Fac
toties, could be given, confirming the above,
but for the delicacy they feel in having their
name published in connection with such
loathsome and disagreeable affections.
Prepared and sold at Dr. Leidy's Health
Emporium, (Sign of the Golden Eagle and
Serpeanls.) No. 101 north second strect.bc
low Vine; also sold at
Lutz'sHeallh Emporium, Bloomsbura.
Nov-20. 1841. 3fj
EYES TO THE
Formerly owned by D. S. TOBIAS.
"W ESPKCTFULLY informs his friends, and
JL the aublic generally, that he has just receiv
ed irom I'iiiladcipnia, a new and extensivo assort
Drugs, medicines, Oils, Paints
Tarnishes, Gass, Dycstnfl 's,
ConXccfionnrics, &c. &c.
which, in addition to his former stock, comprises a
complete assortment of articles in his lino of business.
All persons wishing to purchase any of the abovo
articles are particularly invited to call and price the
articles in his Store before buying elsewhere as he
is determined to sell as low, and by a little Jewing,
lower than can be bought any where else in the
The Subscriber considers it hardly nccssary to
mention the ai tides in particular ns he is confident
that no one can conic amiss by enquiring fo rany aiti
cle belonging to a Drug Store.
N. B. Merchants and Physicians will find it
to their advantage to call and buy such articles ob
they may stand in need of, ns they shall bo accom
modated at a very low percentage.
In few words all are respectfully invited to call,
see and judge for themselves.
Bloomsburg, July 1G, 1842. tf 29.
No. 04, corner of Walnut $ 77iirrf streets.
rBJlici subscribers return llicir sincere thanks to
JL their friends for tho favors so liberally bestow
ed on them, and beg leave to assure them that no
efforts shall bo wanting on their part to merit
continuance of their patronage, both in reference to
workmanship and cheapness of price to suit tho
It is highly advantageous to Gentlemen and In
stitutions having Libraries, to apply direct to the
Binder, making at least a saving of 10 to 20 per
cent, and sometimes more.
All descriptions of Binding neatly executed.
Gentlemen's Libraries fitted up and repaired, MU'
sic and Periodicals bound to pattern. Ladic's scrap
books, Albums and Portfolios, of all descriptions
made to older. Uindinjrdono Ior Libraries. Insti
tutions, Societies, &c. on advantageous Terms.
TO PROUHONOTAK1ES, REGIS
TERS, RECORDERS, SHERIFFS,
MERCHANTS AND BANKS.
They are also prepared to manufacture
of every description, such as Dockets, Records
Deed Rooks, Dau-llooks, Ccdsers, Journals
Memorandums, Check-Rolls, &c. of the finest
quality of Paper, (Robinson's Ivory Surfaced) ir
a stylo equal to any madcin the Cities of Philadel
phia or New York, on tho most reasonable terms.
liUN-K. YYOHK KULKl) TO AST PATTEriX.
CLYDE & WILLIAMS.
N. B. Old Books rebound with neatness and
dospatch; also Files of Papers.
iarrisburg, Marh 20, 1842. Cmo. 48.
All orders for bindtng.or for blank books
left at tins office, will be forwarded, and
relumed as soon as completed.
H- WEBB, Agent.
Disolutlon of Partnership.
"TJOTICE is hereby given that tho Copartner.
snip nerctoloro existing under the firm of
C- A & C, G- BROBST,
has this day, April 18, 1842, been dissolved by mu
... 1 . L A II f II. . . .
iuui cunsciir, nu persons inuciitea to tne lirm aro
requested to settle their accounts with; and thoso
having claims agnnst tho firm will present them for
seiucmct to u.u. uituuBl .
C. G. BROBST,
C. A. BROBST.
N. It. The business will dc carried on bv C. O
I1ROBST, who solicits a continuance of public patronage-
KyTho BOOKS ond NOTES of C.A.BROBS P
will be placed in the hands of Joseph Brobst, Esq
for collection. Persons wishing to save cost will
please call and settle their accounts.
C. A. BROBST.
At Bloomsburg, Col. Co
APP & TICHN R.
fFlHEY would inform tho citizens of OnlnmM
County, that thev have commenced tlmlmQi
nessat the above place at the public houso of E,
HOWELL, whero they are nrcnared to mnnnfn.
ture to order, in the neatest, best, and most durablo
manner, AlumJAU'.NTS, TOMB-TABLES
qr-AD anu ruur STONES, of all sizes and
uahties, MANTLES, WINDOW and OOOR
oiibf, anu iiuun rjiujvris.
Also PAINT. BARnnd HEATlTiT srni.-i?u
Orders for Stonocan beleft with T). firtnss
ii ow us ijgeni uunng our absence.
i hey constantly keep on hand a largo lot
Vermont, Egyptian and Italian Marble at thci
wnoiesaie Marble l ard at Selins Grove. Unio
Bloomsburg August U, 1841.
Disolutioii of Partnership.
OTICE is hereby given, that tho Copaitner
shiii heretofore cxistinor nn.lor il.n n .... -r
a ...v ui
R. & J- STAMBACH.
has this day, May 10, 1842. been diasnlvp.l l, m
.uu. vwu, jiu Injuns iiiucuieu to the iirm, are
..nt Anon, All J. 1 . . i . . "
icqucsicu 10 seiuo jneir accounts with, and thoso
iiimug cianns against tha linn will present them
for bellleruent to, J. 8TAMBACH.
N. B. Tho business will be carried on bv JA
COB STAMBACII, who solicits a continuance of
crYVUa ISooha and JWitfM fif If rut,, if
bach wil bo placed in the hands of jro,rh n.h.i
iffift., wi6hinS to v. coat
van uiiufci-iiiu uicir accounts.
TSIIAIj 1,1 ST
For August 7'crm, 1842.
Robert Montgomery, vs. John Coursin, Robctt
Fairman and Win. Swisher.
Rev. Daniel Barber, vs. Thomas Barber, and
Caleb Thomas, admr's. of James Barber,dcc'd,
William Dale vs. Charles Craig.
Samuel ParLcr vs. William Donaldson.
George N. Bowman vs Silas E.Craig.
Edward K. Biddlo vs Joseph i'axon anl
Com'th. of Pennsylvania vg William Colt.
Mary Strawbridgo vs Jcsso Ftinston.
Charles Miller and William K. Brown vs Sam
John Spohn vs Daniel Musselman, adm'r.
Mathcw Kylo vs Samuel Miller.
Mason Crary vs Mary Hosslcr.
Mary Fowler vs William Sloan and Jackson
John 'ummings, jr. indorscr of Isaac M'CnrJ
vs John C. Lcssi.
Samuel Miller vs James F. Murray and Robert
Aulcn, adm'r of John Autcn, dee'd.
IS. W. Ucnnct vs William W. Cook,
John F. Mann, who suci as well for himself na
Columbia county vs Mosrs Moycr.
George E. Gehrig vs Frederick Fndly, John
Moore, ct ol.
Joseph Brobst and Gcorco A. Flick vs Siiln
II alter Livingston and A. Lyman, tradinrr nmW
the firm of Livingston 4" Lyman va Christian A
William Donaldson vs David Pctrikcn.
Henry Coder and Ann his wife, for tho uso of C
, Brobst vs John Briggs, Executor.
Peter Lunger vs Charles Hcllloy and William
David Alligcr vs George W Shaw.
Thomas Benficld vs Thomas Chambcts, ct al
John Krcssler vs Aaron Boono
Samue A Birkenbino vs Jonathan Pursell
Gcorgo Taylor vs Samuel F Hcadlcy
Elisha Smith vs Hugh Smith
Daniel Hoats, vs Buid Patterson ct al
James Deifcnbachcr. ct al. vs Thomas Chamliera
EleazcrS Kinney vs Moses Davis fr John Ruch
Benjamin aywood. ct al vs Edward R Bidillc.
Thomas Loyd vg Willhm Kitchen
Enoch S Clark, ct al vs Edward Y Farquahr
John M Maus vri Thomas M Brandon
Christian A Brobst vs Simon P Kase, ct al
David Reich vs Henry Primmer
LIST OF JURORS.
Grand Jury, for August Term, 1842.
Driarcrech Derrick A Bowman. Allen M fJn.
gewcr, Peter Hoffman
Bloom Caleb Baron. Peter Mensr.li. Srm,,i
Mcllick, Jacob Mcllick.
Cuttawma John Bitter, Isaac Yctter
Dcrri John Dyo
Greenwood- Ilobcrt Fairman, George Gray
Jackson John Connor
Liberij Frederick BIup
Limestone Daniel Gougcr
Madison Samuel Kruelcr. Richard Fruit. Jnlm
Mahoning Lot TJcrgsrtcsscr.
Mifflin icnjainin Yoho
Sugarlouf Joshua .Blink, William J llcss-
ValleijVcler .Bright, Jacob Sidlcr.
Traverse Jury, 1st week.
Briarcreek John T Davis
Bloom Daniel Gross, William Sloan
Dcrrii Michael Hcrr, Michael Hendcrshnt..r!m
Magonigal, John Seidlo
Greenwood Philip Reese
lkmloclc James Everett. Michael Hlorlfpr Tin.
Jackson Peter odgo
Liberty Adam Follmcr. Wm ITemlnrL-cnn
John Hendrickson, Hugh M'Cracken
L.imestone David Davis, George Smith
Madison Joseph .Masters, Elisha B Smith
Mahoning James Cornclison, Wm Kitchen
Mifflin Ualhcvr JJrown. John
Noycr, Gcorgo Schwank, Abraham Wolf
Montour Uavid W Clark. Lewis Kaufman,
Orange Jacob Roup, Edward McIIenry
Ruarinz creek Amzi Fox, Peter Hcrbine, Wm
Traverse Jury, 2d week.
Briarcieek Jacob Bomboy, Jonathan
Eck, Jacob Hill, John Knorr, senr. Alex
Bloom Cyrus Barton, Mooro Criveling
Andrew Crtveling, John Grotz; Joseph.
Caltaiuissa Stephen Baldy, Peter
Hotline Ueorge Holabach, Benj. Millet.
Berry Daniel Carr, Hugh Watson.
Fishing creek Abraham W. Kline.
Greenwood Jacob Rvans.
Hemlock Robert Moore, John Puisull,
Limestone John Caldwell.David Krum
Madison Richard Demon, Clark Dil-
uwe, regg ureen:
.uaiwmng John C. CJrier, Sewell
uiubs, fcdward Morrison, David Philips.
luoniour i-ranltlin Hartinan, George
&i vr lima.
Mounlpleasant William Kitchen.
Orange Daniel Fornwali.
Estate of Marshal Kany, lale of Bloom
township, Columbia county deceased.
mrOTIOE is hereby givcn.that letters of admin
rSI ".if"1,1,0" 0,1 tl10 Dbovo C6,at. ho been gran
ted by the Register.of Columbia county to tho Ii
riM,tP b . MontcnT who requests all it
debted to said estate to make immediate paymrni
and al having claims against it, to present tl.cm
--...w.wuicu iur scuiemcnt,
JACOB D1EHL. Adm'r.
Montcur, July 10, 1843. ' 6U!S
I SHALL. DO IT J J
AZ V , mo ",ut make nay
ment by lio FIRST OF AUGl'i et
n , TB r . " ol,ce' wU1 '""l their accouuu
nthe hands of a Justice of tho Peace for culleo
Bloomsburg, June85, 184U,