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Jl FEW JlUSHELS OF
, . AND IMDrATOES1;, .
- In pavmont for papers at this Office'
i ' SJOMFIKSiSe) - '. :
.A-PROTRACTED MEETING will bo
held in the
U .GERMAN CHURCH, . . - ,
in this place, commencing on .Sunday? the
18th inst., at half past two o'clock,' P. M
in the German-language. Services in the
Enijlish'Ianguage in the evening1.' The
.services; wm oe principally in tup ivngiisii
language. Rev. D. S. Tobias paster of said
Dec. 10, 1842.
.DEMOCRATIC COUNTY MEETING.
The democratic citizens of Columbia
county art hereby tequested to meet, in
County Meeting, at the house of C
JDOEBLER, in BLOOMSBURG. on
. Saturday the 3ll day of December ;
inst. at one o'cloe'i, P M. for the purpose
of expressing their views'iri relation to the
candidate for the next Presidency, and of
.the expediency of appointing delegates to
'the'Btme convention to be held at Harris-
burg, on the 8th of January next.
."' -n: DANIEL FORNWALD,
: STEPHEN, BALDY,
i-' CHARGES Fi MANN.
.;Dcnioeratic Standing jpommittee of Co
Jmnbia courfty; - " i . - t
De'c?ilfl,wl8142; ' ''"
6nr thanks -are tide to "the Hon.Jaracs Buchanan
"oftlio U. Sf Senate, and the Hon.BvA. Bjdlack, pf
IbHousefVor. eariy' copies' of' tho -President's
Message.-. . , : , , . ;
...Some weeks cince, we published, several
.queries as'to the manner of conducting tho
gener'af ee,cjiori8, in the hopes that some of
our, piofessional. gentlemen, especially those
iresldtngj in Danville, would have' given) ;an
.answer to. themithal the people of the conn
ty;miglit have known, 'hereafter, what was
Jhjplr duly.- it seems that nope of them
are uirj'g-,t6.slep forward and enlighten
fre p8bic.upon the .subject. If their neg
,Jcct to Ja so arises fiom the fear.of crimi
Jftating5 themselves or their friends, t may
be perfectly justifiablcin the eye of tfc
'I'dibi asvno' man is bound to testify against
himself. But if there is no fear on Info
head, we think they should havo the public
good sufficiently at heart, to induce them,
without fee or reward, to give the public
that information, which is so necessary' to
fihe'bfficer8 to enable them to conduct an
'election fairly and legally. But as it ap
pears they do not feel willing to give the
explanation required! we will throw such
light upon it, as our limited means of infor
ination will allow. By a reference to law,
it will be seen that heavy penalties are
attached to-the neglect or refusal of the
officers to'be sworn, and for neglecting or
refuting; to perform all the duties required
of them by law,-as 'well as for admitting
jjlegal,, votes, including BLACKS. We do
'not'protend to say that, the laws" of the state,
were so shamefully . outraged, as our ques
tions would seem to Imply, but we do say,
tliat'ruinbrs arc afloat in the county, of such
a nature, as. should induce the slates attor
ney, or at the least, the grand jury to look
into the matter, and if audi things have
been done, let the authors be rpunished to
the ulmost$ienVof7llm iajv.",Jip station
or standing in society should be allowed to
expuip'filo tlierh from all the penalties,,,' at
tachcditpva noncompliance with thd eleer
Hon laws, L Let the subject be probed to
the bottom, that equal and exaq justice
m'iy'be dcilt but to all, whether the million'
O'V or the vagraril n the street.
The IhnL. FH JAnn-has been re
fctedfoJix.fyhfi the 4th of
state, Who Have' oxptfiised 'the c'aus'd of
'CorfprinM)p''jW lipp'osVAptbVtid TsTalrnbf
uur own uucnanan, oeg)n .to,snow ,heir
teeth, as tho jim approaches .for holding
the 8th of Jan'nary 'convention, by the dem
peiatsoftho slate, at Harrisljufg, ,for ( the
pujposo of bringiqg for.Wfttd James BWcha'
nan (or tho Presidency Too well they
know the univer'al feelinjin''ih's Btjitoln his
favor, and of tho certainty , that .fie delegates
to n IMational Uonvention wbo inatrueted
fophim, and they aro endeavoting'byl all
tho means in their power 16 divert the pcu
pio irum ii, anu 10 turn tnetr attention to
some other candidate, no 'niiatter" whom.
Although they proclaim' tlielf pteftieric foi
:the Colonel, yet they are ever.-read to. gel
up, me etings in favor of Gen. .Cans,, Mr,
Tyler, or any other man, with tho view1 of
dividing and distracting the" democratic par
ty in this state, that they may create an
t nprqssion abroad, that . Mr. .Buchanan, is
not popular at homo. With this view : we
see the Johnson papors'.iauding, Gen. Cass
ond 'John Tyler to the skies, and throwing
out iimnuatiors against Uuqhanan and ;hia
friends. They even go so far:as lo acause
them of opposing a national 'convention,
when'itis known that every Buclianairpa
per in the state is in favor-, not a lisp has
been heard against it from one , pf .them.
Wo have a kue to this hugh and-ery.libw
ever, from a prominent Johnson ' man, who
said that they did not expect to nominate
Johnson by the National Convention, but
were determined lo.mn him on his own
hook,and that ihey might have a qh,ance of
throwing him into Congress, their object
was, to do away with the National Con
vention, and get as many candidates in , the
field as possible. The Johnson papers,
liavo. uow came out with this, chaige. against
tho friends of Buchanan, lo cover up their
own designs of disunion and dish-action.
BitUheir vail ' Is too thih, and llieirliy'poc-
nsy is too evident to hide their deformity,
and it will do them no good. Pennsylva
nia Buchanan lo the cortf, snd will insist
on his" nomination by the 'National Conven
lion. Should tho nomination, however,
fall oij any other democrat, ,she' jvilL, givu
.him her vote, though not with 'that cheer-
fulness that she would ' her" own ' favorite
We publish to-day the call ofthe De'rpo-
cratic Standing Committee, fora county
meetjng, to appoint delegates to: the Bucha
nan convention to be held at Harrisburg on
the 8th of January next. We hope it will
be fully attended, that the Star of the North
may speak'fi'Janguagq' A!i3LcannQV.bvpmis-
taken, and;p,oclaimjlo.her sister counties,
jhat she is"in fayor qf sustaining Perwayl-.
niu'a interest, and Pennsylvania's" claims: to
the highest office in. the gift of the nation.
The Presidents Mcssaeo' was sent in to. Congress
on Wednesday of last weck.ii 1 d nol reacri us until
Friday, consequently pot in time for our paper of
Saturday., Wo this )veek prcscnt.it to our patrons
entire to tho eiclusion.of pllier interesting mqtter,
Tho message like all ,tie aeta of President T. yjr,
receives tlio condcranation of many while it re
ceives the praises of some. Matiy-partB of it, how
ever, deservos commendation from all;. V,e sup
pose our neighbor t'eTbw will' apply liis "democi-atic
lash;,? bswallowlng it, "hody' and breeches,"
without greasing it. Kemcmbe.r liis brother has
recently been appointed Post Master. N. S.
RHODE .ISLAND CONSTITUTION.
The yoto on the Constitution framed, by
the Royal Charter paity in. : Rhode Xsjapd,
and recently submitted to the people was a.s
follow-: , . ' f -.! c ,
For the Constitution, " 7034.
Against the Constitution, , bib
From which it ill be seen that the
Suffrage partyj relying upon the validity erf
the People's Constitution, took no part in
the election. '' ' " ' ' '
Votes wero received at the same time,
For and Jlgainsl admitting Negroes lo tho
right of suffrage, which resulted in. favor
of the darkies as follows;
For slie Negrhes, 3715
Against tho Negroes. 1G01
Jl New Kind of Canvasser. The Bos
ton, Bulletin, s3yR, it was highly amused at
(he late election by the sight of a large,
black, fine looking Newfoundland dog,
walking in the middle of the street with a
handbill in his mouth, which fell lo tho
Knee joints of his fore feet, displaying the
names, in large capitals, of the candidates
for representatives' to tho next leglslatute.i-
l.he dog 'elicited much iitteptlon from' both
PP)iiical,p.a,r.iiest but for -.which party the
noble'fliiimal was'lbboring so faithfully U
nol kuown, l "
farrrt'waTsljld aVedaysgo Vear CheUr( " ';I8 heicbf gWrHfthArWlAvrf'thtrifsyhouiti
for144 an acre.. . Jn. Chegler county, we' le5.'0 J1 5' 3 ?Vt5"f,J:,!r;y-'1 !1
,, . , ... ,! .. ....... two horse WaggonVoHoVa rlfay Wddir'iofltS Log
are reminded by the Register that the price; Chain, two Grev jlarc'sAwoieU'irarc.'Cbll2rs
of lands is well sustained. A small farm a
a few miles from Wdst Clfes'teV. was recently
sold.at S95;per.acre, which, ia t rrtaini'ai'ijing
dered.'-i. ; f '- ' ' ri
( leal:3title..-Tha NnwYtirk Herald
,ti$l$im$&ftim$, a vnhfaoUAiy
a the northerly corner of Beav qr aud Brpptl
street, 40' feet 7"(nches on Broad street.nd
03 feet 8 inches on Beaver street, sold for
9iu000 aV.lhe-,Exchane. -eIn-lB36,--tho
property wouldhave brownht nearly 830.-
I r hooping Cough. A leaspooriful of
caslorViil to a epoonful 6f molasses; a tea
spoonful of the rriixtuie" 'given whenever
the cough is troublesome, vill afford relief
at once1, it is said, and In a few days effect a
euro; Th'e same remedy, jt is also affirmed
relievqs the croup, however violeut the
attack., ,t i
The Hon. Edwaiid B. Hublev, of this
county, late President of the Board of
Canal1 Commissioner of Ponnsylvaina, and
General John II. ' Eaton, have been
appointed by the President, Commissioners
to make a. permanent treaty with the
Cherokee Indians, and to adjust all existing
difficulties between the variovs Indian tnbs
west of tho Mississippi. Mr. Hubley is
now at Washington, whence the Commiss
ioners 'will proceed on their mission.
On lhe..night of the 30lh ult. ihe Basque
Isidore, Capt. Foss, of and from Kenne-
bunk, Maine botitid.jo New Orleans, went
ashore on Cape Neddick, Me. and every
sDul.on board, fourteen or .fifteen in nuai
Ler, perished the vessel which was new
and.,vaued at S22,50.a a, perfect loss.
.And.on thc same,, night, the Schooner
James Clark, of and from St.r Johiif N. B.
for Boston went ashSre "on ilye' Beach,
N. Hampshire, and six.of her passengers
perished. 1 ' ' v -' '
APPOINTMENT BY THE COVER
WxlUumJl. Porter, Esq ,19 be High
Sheriff of the city and1 county of Philadel
phia, lo fill the vacancy occasioned bv the
death of Henry Morris, .Esq. , ,
Gen. George McDufilie has beeri unt
animously chosen United Stales Senator
by the Legislature of South Carolina, to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of Mr. Preston, and also for six years after
tie expiration of ,'Mr. Preston's term of
service, . - - "
TRIAL pF MIIiTON J. ALEXANDER
The trial of Alexander; for the murder
gf'Loiigcc, which has occupied the time of
tliO'CriiDiiial sesstonB-at Pluladelplia for
the'past'8 or 10 days, was brought' lo
close on fllonuay, .ana the, .case, given in
charge of the jury. On Tuesday the jury
returned a verdict of manslaughter.
Ohio LvoistATCus. This body met last Mon
day aud organizRl by the clcctibft'of Ja's.-J, Faran,
(dem.) Speaker of the Senate, and 'John Chinnoy
(dem.) Speaker of tho,Housc. A bill to divide the
Stuto into Congressional districts has been ahead
MARRIED On tho 8th inst. bv the
Rov. William J. " Eycr, Mr JOHN
WEBER, of Cattawiss'a Township, to
Miss MATILDA BURGER, of the same
. On the, same day. by the samp, Mr.
HENDERSON WOORE, nf Cattawiese,
to Miss ELIZA BETA GEIGER, of the
f - . fl
In Briarcreek town?liip,on Saturday evening last
by Rev. Wm. 8, Hall. Mr I.E WIS. TRATJGH, of
ierwick, to Miss MARY ANN, daughter of Mr,
Samuel Aduns of tl'.o former place.
On the 1st inst. by 'the Rev.Septimus Uacon.Mr,
PERRY JUCICALEW, of FUhiiigcreek, Col. co.
to Mjss SARM1 WHITE, of Huntingdon Lu,
ierno co, '
-g rfliffc' TON5HupWioVuality Coal for sal
MFW atlSsnytown, 'J'crmstJaUi.f, ft
9. A, HORMAN.
urev Marcs, two ictd Harness
arid Uridion, one'ihgle:L!nDVln'c'pMrChPck:Tilrlc'
four Trace Chain, nnn I.nr Sled, llirpfi TtiSiis: nhfc
'Cow, one'PlougW nhd lioublc'tftc, seven G'ec'seione1
Clock, teti liu'ohcls PbtXldcs; one Attaw Box" arid
Knife, nftcc'n WafroW t6cih', two thirds of six Acres
of Wheat, two thirds of soverttccii Ac'icV of RVn.
and have left tho sd'meTn.'lh'o poiwFssiun of theaidl
Smith, 'during our'ptensurc,' ttrid 'forb(l''ariyr'f)orjun,, '
Wisb; wlthbit bUr colisc'rit) f 9 '"'"'" " 1 '
WM. MeKECVY& Oo.'
' ' TEiil'p'BRANCE SOCIETY.
WILL hold its annual' meeting on Thursday,
tho 6th day of January, 1843,'t 18 o'clock
M, in'tho town of Oa'ltnwi8a. It is hoped that all
the auxiliary societies will send up full numbers of
Delegates with full reports of their' doings arid all
tho interesting information they can gather in re
lation to the subject; and all societies; who havo
hitherto not become auxiliary to the County Socie
ty, and any new societies that have been formed
within the past year, are cordially Invited W send
Delegates with a conv of their Consllmt inn' -.nnrT n
.list of rheit members, and unite' themselves 'to our
society. All friendly to the ciuse aro invited' to
a'lend. Tho Delegates are respectfully requested
to come prepared, if possible, to remain until the
next day, so that the society may have full 'time to
have all the reports ond have a full discussion of
JOHN C. GRIER, Prcst.
Jl. W. Leyburn, '
James McMahan. ? SecM.3
Drc. 17, 1842. ,
N. B. All newspapers friendly td'tKo ' cause in
the County, are respectfully requested to copy this
IS HEREBY GIVEN,
TO all legatees, creditors and other persons in
terested in the estitcs of the resniWivn
cedents and minors, that tho ndm iniRtrntinn nr.
counts of the said estates have been filed in the
Utticc or the Itegifler of the county of Columbia",
and wilt be presented for confirmation and a)lpw-'
ance to tho Orphan's Court, lobe held' at Danville,
in and for the'county aforesaid on Monday the lGth
day of January next at 3 o'clock' P."N.
U The account of Joseph Rrobst Executor 'of
tho last will and. testament of I.nwrnnp.i f'l.rro, in,n,
of Cattawissa township, ,dec'd. '
2. The account of Beniamln Deaber. nunrdinn nf ,
the minor children.of Joseph, C. CIpaver' latc of
Cattavyissa township, dee'd.
uiiAKiiiSb UOJN aUll.Megister .
DecembeT'l5,'l842; " '&
; ' NOTICE,
IS hereby given,' to all concerned, that wo havo
this day purchased, at' Constable sale, as tho prop.
crty ot James Onrton, two thirds Of 23 acres Jdf
gram in the ground, 2j acres' of new groafd Wheat
ono Mantlq Clock, orio Dining Table, one Bed &
Bedding, one Iron Kettle, one Weaving' Loom, one
Plough, one Harrow, one Sled, one Black Cmv.nnn
Cutting Box, onesetof single Harness, one set of
Harness, ono lot ot Ueers, ono Strap of Bells, one
lot of ,llay, one lot,of Qats, one swarm' of Bees,
ono onnu oione, iwo lots 01 Potatoes in tho, hole
ono Cradle and Scythe, one Grass Scythe, onp.yoke
vi wAvii,uiiu iiuu icu uioBame in nig possession
during our pleasure, and all persons are1 cautioned
from purchasing or, otherwise:, taking them from
mm wituout our consent.' ' -
IS hereby gien td nil concerned, that wc have
purchased 'of Piter R. 'Miller, two bay horses,
ond black horse,' ;ono itwo. horso waggon', and har
nesses fo threo horses, thieo powg, 'three yearling
steers, two rearling heifer, two last spring calves,
nineteen sheep, two ploughs, pne harrpw.,0110 sled,
one windmill, ono half, of forty acres' of wheat on
tho ground. 200 dozen (.sjicavcs of wheal in the
barn.scvcnty-fiiQhush'cbiSficom jn the crib, one
stove, onqc!ock,.apd1havq,cft.thesaihoiii. his.'pos
Bcbuim uuring our, piqasure,--anajoiliiJ anyi person
taking them, frqm.hiu, cither by purchase 01 other
wise, without our consent. 1 . -.
, AARON BOON.
. Poo,mJownhip, Dec. 0, 1842. , ., 33.
. . Ii, J ,. .HM 4. . ' -i
NO TI CE ' .
IS hircby given to, all concerned, that I have
purchased at .constable sale, as tho property of
Artnur iiamy,onoIlorso, ono Sleigh, .onosttof
Harness, cutting Box, one coal Stove, and a writing
Desk, and havo left the same, in 'his possession dur-,
ing.iriy .pleasure, and caution all persons, agaiust
lakingi went frorh him without my consent, -
Dec.-.17,1S42, ." r-v
IShereby give i, that I have bought,,oiii the 10th
day of Nov., last, at Constable sale.tho fullowiug
property .of Charles Albright, to 'wit; ono white 5s
brown Coy, and ono red & white Cow, and havo,
left tWsaid pioperty in possession of tho said Al
bright, during my pleasure, and fordid any person
taking thcni from him, either by purchase or other.
wise, without my consent.
SAMUEL LAZR US.
Montcurtp. Dec; 3, .1842.,. , , ,
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THE ' ESTATE OF WWUdM '
WE OLIVER, DEC'D: i
WTOTICE islforeby given; that .letters' KfstaWdnt
tary have been granted to iho subscribers, rci
siding inMadiionlavitothipiiipoiijthe Into will of
Win, , Welli vor. late of Madison, tawnshin.'aforeeaid
doo,'dstliercArp, all pqon iqdeb(ed,tn raid esTatel
are requeMd:tumaka pay,men,, ;anj oil liaviug
chiima.1 to ptepnt .tliein. l'or;ett(eiieut. .
JUHN JYKUI4YER, ,
THE Stibsqrihert aro abouUrcceivinsfiS
RST Sflll TtF.KT M.'ii'rfmSni At ffnortW
brought lo'tliTs ritfirlfef, Vvfilcfi lhey arc de-j -I
terminod tn.K.'ll fnr fJASH nil t'lMlllIKHl
ONI'iY-.'iW , :. . . . -trB' f
"" ' E. Hi BIGGS,' fcCfy?
iNof. s, i8i2s: 1 ' "-; ' 'V,
JyAllJiPjt,,Jiaijlifi for pst favoV
respectfully announces .to jiisr numerous
friends, anfha,Iublicgepejally,,that,Jio,tiJly icon
.tipjic? jo carry pn the above bufin9a.in al,iU.yari-
011 hrnnihno nt Ilia nlil afnttil All the. nTnn,.f 1 1
. wlllpei'r'jti VdKMSvf.'nhtf'Cl! EKV-
Hfntnn T.rXct alra.t. mlinrnlia Imnm. 1... ill. lv.n..
and execute alt offers in his Jfrfo' business, ,w
the utmost punctualitv b'tld wdrmmilltrj manner.
canndt fall to render s it'iKfactibnt ls dll thoso'i wlio
mny favor him.wilh a cair. Patliculan attention
paid to cutting: and (rood fits'warfrantcd. i.
V . uuo. l'llIWUU 11. J ... IUU. f ,
experience in business,. tha ho, is prcparpd to attend , p J
Nf D. AH kinds oT country ppduco iaken jn .JHjj
exchange' foi work, and cash will not bo refused. Z ' ' . i
IS hereby, given,- that we liaveihis day bought at
Constah'e sale, as the property oflsatc liuss.
tha following property, to wili one red Roano
Mare. one sett of harness and Collars, ono bled,
twenty-sdven acres of Rve; on tho Ground, three ,
axres of Wheat on the ground, ono l'louah. and
one Harrow'.and one two horso Waggon and havo
left tho same in thoposcssion of tho said Huns, dur
ing,burplcasure,and forbid any person taking them
from him, either by purchase, or otherwise, withou
ourcons'tnt.' ,h ,
E. & J. LAZARUS:--Orangeville,
Nov. 28, 1812;
HAVE just received a large assortmcnt.of
- - A HI
FALL. AJTP WINTER GOODS
of every: variety, which they arc enabled, oflr 'to
tho,public.a little lywcr,than than. the cheapest .for
nuuuux yyjjy vy. sucn a w,lt,
C.1SJT or COl7J'TRVJtOmrCE,itX
the THOUSAND YEAR CUEDiT'si'STEM
having becri AUANDONED.' 7"' '
Among" their' assort&cht 'of.
. . ' Jl. ft 1 . .'1
maybe Iound.nl) the vrictirsof jnnglj.sh,i French
and Americanlanufacluics'of.Wool, cotton, silk,
flax and hemp; among which is an elegant .oioru
"meiit'.of superfi.10, jiuq and cOjOjiuon ;Broad'Clothes
anil Casslmeresi Sattiiets;' Cotton an'd'Lineit jDVilf
'ipgi.Irish Linens; thrown "folla'u'dpf Marsirbs' and
other vestings, Silk Velvets; 'bro'wn "oii)l'jbIe-icnea
Shirtings and Sheetings, Calicoes; prlntecP'Lawns
and Muslins, Mousline db lainsj CJiiiUjcs; plain ami
ITgurcd Silks; 'a largo variery''6f 'silk; ntohair. and
Merino , Shawls and -handkerchiefs, Lady'sTSnd
Gctlemen's Gloves- and Mitts; iHosicry;..Kibb'6tW,
Gentlemen and Children's" , H'
I . i'i tuti ft
- fec.', -to. ",&ti-'&e.-it
Gentlemcns, uadics and Children's ' (i "
Among their - ,
will bo found
Sugar .and CbfTi-o of several kinds
Iuinenal. x.oum' Hvi-on. Hvson
fahouschong Teas.; CljocIatei tjplccjt, o,f.alllt
kinds; Madeira, i'ort, Litbori anil "Mulfy?L"
,t 'Wines, Urandy,, Ho(liiud pin, ijpijt, ('
Rum, and Whiskey Wct India,, fif .'
, Orleans, Sugar Hoiir.o olid " BiisfLu' 'K
HKnives1 and Forks, Cutlery 1'addlcrye Coach aiid
Wagon, trimming aivi mounting's,-Milt and r cut
Saws, tenant saws, S-iddlerV. bhoi'inakerV.T;iiliir'
and Carpenteis tools) Dfacksmith'x Anvils and
Vices; Sweeping and u great variety of other. brlHll
esj.all kind of Ropes and Cnrdagd iVci iit""'' -
Jl lars.e and elegant asof(n'uiCJ.
Of all kimlji
1 by the Ton or umiillcr ipianlity, -ncl,
Enjdii.li bll.-iter, Crowley,
' 'Sheer and Cost stevl, German Mevhanu
American blister, Nails and Spikes,
rtisement. all the art idea wlucinnev.. ii,ivo on
hand; bur tbc'Vubs'crihers' yish ft tobV'ndi;rstopil
that'thclrassbftment'has.bctn laid in ebb-ly" with a
are few' wllfba tl!iapn6mtrt'wh'o'may' Vill oj.$ii
hem to lii"ve"their: iikITvi Jiial wants' ''unitlicdiHu
vide'd'tliij'!dlli!rin :e"Xc'han0'lht " ' ;
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