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THENEW VOLUME OF
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VOLUME XI, COMMENCING JULY, 1842.
Jonir L. OSclutaw, Editor.
n . i -' i .1 i r . . .M.t I n
jjy mi mcrcBHUi wu numuvroi j,gv,-aiiuij
alteration in Its typographical arrangements, mo
uuantitv of matter heretofore furnished to the res-;
den of the Democratic Review, will be increased in
its future numbers about
SEVENTY-FIVE PER CENT.
The Editor expects valuable aid to his own cifortj
darintr the coulse of the coming year, from a num
ber bl the most ablo rwni 'of the great Democratic
Partv toeether Trith that of others,- in its purely
literary department, to which the tame political des-.
ignaUdd'ls not to bo applied. Among mera may
beTartieulariy named '
Bancroft, Parke Godwin, J.l. Stephens
J. Lupooper, Hawthorne, J Men,
A. Kendall, Davezac, ' Tasistro,,
Whittier, Paulding, Eames,
Sedwickf A H. Everett, Bryant,
Gilpin Brownson, Cats,
Butler, Cambreleng, C. Jl Jngersoll.
Ths Monthly Financial and Commercial arti
cles, whieh have frequently, been pronounced by the
rro't intelligent criticisms during the past year in
ifiMnselves alone worth the subscription to the work
iviltbe continued from the same able-hand.
. .An arrangement has been made, by which' the'
Kat,n Ouarlerltl Review, odited bv Mr. flaowK'
??y, will.be m 'rged in the Democratic Review.tho
&tter being a .frequent and regulat contributor to
ts pages. It is proper to state, that Mr. Brown-
on's articles will be marked by his name tnough,
tomostjeadersthey would dtfubtlcss reveal them
selvcs'by their' internal evidence;, and that, it has
been agreed, under the circumstance,'! that these
contributi&hs shall be independent of the usual lia
bility to editorial revision and control the author
alone havinc a similar responsibility for whatever
t ptti tW work or a libf ral, scale proposedfor lbs
Irnmltiff vnr nrill at Cm (hit of an v nther Periodical:
n j j ,
. n.the countm it thercforo presents imperative
claims upon the support' and patronage. of the party
.wnosc political .icpcis ii n,ucngnpi, 10 auvocaivs
and to those who. are friendly, to the advance of our!
'Periodical Literature it will be considered, ho leas'
meritorious. , ,
There is no section of the country .where there,
could no the found one or more vyho would desire
to be supporter of such a work; and' to, bring H to.
the knowledge or such, your friendly assistance is
respectively solicited. '' " '
The following means have been adopted to .pro
mote the great object of this great undertaking:
It has been put at IBe lowest'possible rate. Five
Dollars a' year for such a. work, comprising neatly'
1500, pages of closely printed matter, in double'
columns, and including twclvo finely engraved Vol
traits of the leading members of the Democratic
party, it must bo evident, is much cheaper than
the same amount of such matter was .ever, before
furnished at in' he United Mates; were not', '.he eys
tern of advance payments insisted on, and were it
not expected thit every Republican in the country,
able to afford it, will deem it a duty to take the'
work, and. thus, create a very large subscription "1st,
it could not be published lor less than double, the
sum. , . i
, The very. first pcns.in the country are engaged
In assistance and furtherance of the project, as will
be seen by our Prospectus.
Its literary, matter shall be the best ot its kind
hat-can bo-produced, and it is the determination of
ttlic .Proprietors to make this work unsurpassed by
any, other periodical extant. 1
Its typographical, execution shall be, in all re-;
spectsthe best that the present state of the. art will
enable, the publishers to, produce.
1 he Democratic Jievicw is cot un on ttuly nation
al, principles, ind with a disregard of expense never,,
heretofore attempted in periodical literature; this'
has been predicated upon the firm reliance of obtain
ing.a very largo, list of paying subscribers, and nntil,
this' shall be accomplished, the enterprise will entail
a certaiu lossto'tho proprietors.
Evcrv cerit of the profit' bf the expected "circula.
tion, will bo required to' sustain tho work-ot Its prcs-;
ent improved standard, and enable it to, Julnll the'
destiny, which is assumed for it that of being a truly
national periodical the organ and a worthy repre
sentative ot the literature ot American nomocracy.
The publishers fearlessly throw themselves on
the Democracy of the' Union for support. Upon
f, t u
rnpjHE subscrincrs inform the public, that they
J ' have entered into Partnership, Under the firm
7. . . s '. .i u , mo democracy oi u
peculiarity ot views inoy may connm, lhcm win As,vt to a rcat exicnt tho success of so
nppearing;m the onginai -wors wmca ".-' an undertaking. The'PublUhera -and Editor
hereofordite,l with such dwtmguwhed ability and indced t0 do m0I0 lhan brjg.the
by hmueir. plan and the woik fairly'bcfore tho public. This
ASong other attracliycnapers m prepaFation for r haVD donethe numbe nIreaiiy 'published are
the forthcoming volume, will be found some person- ,dmiiteaon all sidei tobo worthy 0flhe cause,
al sketches, reminiscences, and. anecdotes of tho ,
private life of'Qeneral Jackson.'fromthe-p""1 of n INDUCEMENTS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS.
fj.r-.S'.-rj-rj' -j (li.i'.'t;.!. I'' " -
nnd have just received from Philadelphia, and now
opened, at their NEW STORE, JYorlhwesWor
ner ofJIfarket andJHaine,StrccU,Bloomtburg,'
an entire new and extensive assorrocnt of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES;. HARD
WARE, CROCKERY, A$D
.which they bfTcr for, sale, on reasonable .terms, as
heir prices are suited to the times. Among their
'hssortment will be found
'firo'a'dctiihl Cassimerei Sattinctts, and
various kinds of cloths Jor men'e
Summer wear, Calicoes; Ging
hams; Cambrics Muslins
Silks: Muslin de lanes:
and1 various other afliclfs
for Ladies' dresses; Shawls;' Silk
. and,iGo(ton,Handkerchief3,andHose ,
Bleached undyB.rown Domestic Muslins
and a variety of other articles suitable for the, season
nm1 tlin'iil i n ' n d tVnrwl and nrrtnlafA on ncenri.
UIIU t-VUVibU tu ua uuu uu vuuMtv wis itaaui -
ment as is usally found' in' country stores.
rrtCOUNTRY PRODUCE will ho received m
exchange, and CASH will, not be refused
Our friends, and the public generally, arc re-'
quested to call and examine for themselves.
Bloomshurg, June 25, 1842. ' 9
MOT OF RETAn.OlM.
, Tjie following is a list of, the, wholesale
nd retail dealers of Foreign Merchandize
in the county of Columbia. Classed as (oU
16w9 for 1844 vizi ' '
William Diddle &coi
John & J. R. Sharpless . ,
John C. Grier '
. fc C. Reynolds,
J. St J. Bowman & co.
Daniel, L. Schmick
Rupert Si Barton
Cyrus Bat ton
Robert D. Sproul St co. .
James Davidson &, co, . ,
Andrew Sb Peter Miller
C. A. St C.1 G. Brotial
Shuman St Ritlenhouse
Levers Si Nagle
Grim, Derr St Dye
.Robert M.'Cay .' , (
Masters St Ma(her
Samuel Haukehberg " ' '
Eleazer Brothwell -
intirn.ilfTfrfpntl nn'd member of his Cabinet,
The Portraits of which ft is intended to aiustraite
'the numbeni of the' ensuinW vear. and. which will
be executed in a fine style of eirgravingby J. U
-Dickf.ol'.thU bity, are'thow'ofrr
j . Col. R. M. Joamso h, of Kentucky,
Hon. StVsB WHioaT,of New-York,
" Jaxis ucbbVh, of Pennsylvania,
Jonw O. Halboos, of South Carolina,
-' T- H. Uentoh, of Missouri,'
5r '1L J. WtKia. of Mississippi.
v 'TasoboBaSc'MWicx, of Massachusetts
" C. C, CAxaaxLiHo, or new-York,
i Got. Do,-of Rhode Island,
- ." u Pobtxb, of Pennsylvania,
'Wkh'two or three of the most eminent members
of thereat'.Liberial Party of Europe, from thedif-
'fereet countries; or else of others of "home produc
tion," according to the facility of procuring pohrails
Pcisens remmitting'lo the 'publishers aTen.Dol-
lar'Note in'currcrifN. Yi funds, will'reeeivc a copy
of the Democcatic Review for the ensuing two years.
And a. Set of the 11, oxk forM ;42, Gratis,
forming the two first volumes of the New Scjics,
which comprise contributions 'from many' of tho
leading writers of the bountry .together with a seues
of beautifully engraved portraits of the following
prominent members of .the Democratic patty and
others, accompanied with biographical 'n6ticcs,viz:
Gen.Andrete Jackson, Martin Vafi'Burtn,
Henrtf Hubbard Marcus Martnn,
Washington lrvxn, George M. Dallas,
triltiam V. Bryant,
E. L. Bixlwer,,
New Subscribers will be entitled to receive a set
of the above Portraits gratis, in addition' to those of
Anv person forwarding? Twil Dollars in tm-
I rent N. Yi funds for 'Foiir-j early subscriptions,wiII
be entitled to receive
The subscribers having: assumed the publication
ot the above Magazine, pledge themselves that it
halt be promptly issued on the first of each month
in the dries ot flew-x ore, rmiaueipnia, uosion,
altunore.anQ.wasnmgton. u wm aiso oe sanv FMfffWl,,rte av h flirthf ,r
by. ICO. most rapta conveyaBces to we jutercnti' y y . " ' a,'r-
towns in tha interior wbers subscnbeis may reside. I ana a ccijor iaii-i, uraiiu
TtujfccuiUes. afforded by the extensive ifubushing Anv persons remitting, the publishers Fifteen
businew of the undersigned enable them to make I Dollars in current N. Y. funds,will be entitled tore-
this promise, which shall ba punctually fulfilled,
To promote the proper objections in view, and
relying upon the united support of the Democratic
State Capitol Gazette.
Two Dollars for the Session in Ad
The. undersigned embraces the bresent'-'oppoitu'-
njty of convey ing tohis friends and the pubticthis'
sincere acknowledgements, for the very liberal,
patronage which' they continue' to extend to the
State Capitol.Gazelte;, and in his future course
he shall use every endeavor to merit their approval
of which he lias the best evidence in their generous
support of the papers -The approaching session of I
the Legislature, will be one of deep interest and im-
tion of a; State Treasurer, anda UnitedStates Sena
tor, and the adoption of an Apportionment, 13ill, are
'among the important acts' to be' performed by the I
,i . . - ... ., .i : ii . ' ...... . .-....... r i:.... i
ijeiiisiaiiiie: aim uicywm viikiu iuuuikciiiie auu
dclibetation. With the hope of increasing tho. use-1
fulness of our paper, we have made ample arrange
ments, as well for "reporting the pro:eedings of both
branches,, as forpresenting thcrn tcfour, leaders, at
the earliest pocsibte'period. We have engaged the
most competent Reporters, and our publication will
embrace full detail. of what may transpiro in either
'branch during the session. In many instances we
shall eivo a full report of the debates, and in every
instance we shall produce such a .synopsis of the
discussions, as will convey to the constituent, the
course and seal of his representative'. In addition
to this, we have employed on able and attentive
correspondent at the, scat of general government;
' , , ..; . . .L -
ana our reaucrs mayaiiuciuaic, uui umy ic cui-
liest Comrrrssional intellitrencr, but .also the
Lfevi'Bflisel !,: '
George' Kaufman 1 '
Kownover fc,Leibrick '
BaKisl dt M,fincl .
E. St J. Lazarus .
Covanhovan St Sle'yvard
William W.' Cook
Israel' Wells 'r ' ' '
.Stephen Baldy t .-.
GA H. Fo wler & cq.
Neal M'Cay ' '
Vaniah Reese"& co.
Eves Kester St co.fi '. - '
.Hugh MWillianiA, . ,,
Marshall Shoemaker & co.
Jarrics & H'ethnngton
John Iilindy - " '
Coleman & Miller . ,
W'tllmin fc DFoux
William M. Aulon
Moses Moyer '
Joseph Sharpless "
Dengler St AVeriman .
Russel jP;. Wllive
Colt St "Rishel"
O' Daniel's qco,..,
Silas Allen .. ( , '
L. B. RUPERT,
Bloomsburg, Nov. 5, 184228.
. pa id i
Formerly. ownedtby DSnTOBJAS.
EPRRAlJVf XUTZ :
RR3PECTFULLY mforms hlsfriends, and
the aubltc generally, tliat'lic Haa"just receiv
d from Philadelphia a new and ex tensive .assort
ment of ' " "
Drugs, Medicines, 0ilp, Pafntfs
;:.n't hr, js.tm.
which, in addition to hls,for;mcr, stocky comprises .
complete s'ssortihent'of articles in bis line of business
Ail ! r :'. l:. rr.ri.i..
mi pumuiiB wiMiiug w puiuiioac UllJ. Ill iiic OIWIU
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 littln Jewing,
lower lhan can be bought 'any where else In the
surrounding neighborhood. " 1
The subscriber considers it. hardly ,nccssary to
mention tho ai tides m paVtlcular'ishcls' confident
that no one can come amisW'by,eiIqhiring ti mrly ai'ti
cle belonging to a.DrugStore.. i
N. B. Merchants arid Physicians will find ft
to thcirtidvaritngo to.call and buy ,suplr articles as
they may stand in need of, as they shall be accom
modated at a very low percentage.
In few .words all aro respectfully invited to call,
.second judge for themselves. -5 .
Bloomsburg, July 10, 1842. tf9.-i
1 WW&SWSo' i f
unpaid1 TP Qcorncr of tyalnutty iThxfd streets:
'' A H B subscribcis, return their jtincere. thanks to
" " V, An their friends for; the fayors so liberally bestow-
I . , ,uuu11 incrnj auu ueg icavu io assure iiicmainat'PO
unpaid .efforts, shall be wanting on;tjicir,part ,t.o,tmerit la
Unpaid; continuance of their patronage, both in reference to
unpaid' workmanship and cheapness of price to 'suitu'tKo
unpaid'. lim.C8: :4 .
' n'na;j, " 13 n,8uy, auvonpjge.ops.ip .ucnuemcn ana in
,ii stitutions having Libraries to apply direct to the
, Pal"' .Binder, makmga't least, VeavingiOf. .10 Xo ,30 per
CLASS.'' II cent, and sometimes more. ,
"urin'u'i i'l AH descriptions 'of Binding neatly executed.
unpaiu I (3eniicrneTi Libraries fitted unbnd repaired. ,Mu-
Unpaiu I gic nnj Periodicals bound to pattern.-Ladie's scrap
.paid ( 'books, Albums and Portfolios, of all descriptions
mauo'to oiuer. umuing uoncior jjiurancs, insti
tutions, Societies, &c, on advantageous Terms.
TO PUOKH.UNO I A'UIliS, REGIS
jlERC HANTS, ANP BA'N KS.
They are also prepared to manufacture ,
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Deed Books, Bav-BooUe, Ledgers, Journals
' ' unpaid
ceiveaset of the Democratic Review for the current I liest and most correct information in rctrard to the
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nartv.-as well as others, the price of subscription is 1 De Tooauevi le's work. "Democracy in America. It mjv ba woll cuaueh to reiterate, what wc
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DR. LEI DY'S TETTER AND ITCH
OINTMANT. An infallablfi remedy fur
various affecijims of the, SKIN, removing
Pimnles. Pastules. and Eruption of the
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wtlkAthetiUading, monthlies of England. Each The Dtmntraiit Rtvlew fat 1841 42 Gratis. contended for the" principles wo then imoibed, and girls and boys.and among whom Tetter and
The Publisher, eamestlv hone that tho above .undc,r:th .b?"nr . WS'S. Hch, as well as other Affections of the Skin,
number will contain one hundred and twelve pages
closely printed, in double columns, from bourgeois
cioseiy pnniea.in aouuie cmuuiiw, iruui uourginjis i ... .... .. ..:. . i , . . lound raliyilie.iatiniuily oeienuing our oeiovcu uw
type, cast exprewly for tho purpose, and upon fine ? "n ,Pverln u trlnes, and our hallowed institutions. Aa an organ
whiU) paper; thus giving to.tne won an increase r i 0f the dem
,ia the amount of matter of ovef seventy-five per.
cent. The rortratts tor the comma year, one ot
which will be giver to 'each number, will be execu
ted on steel in an.eRective and finished style; by J,
-li. Dick, which will be accompanied with an oriel
rial biography; a feature in the plan, which it would
be impossible to give in a wotkof this kind.without
tho most liberal and extensive support as they
could not be furnished without an outlay of at least
8,500. per annum.
Any persons taking four copies, or becoming rc
sponsible for four subscribers,
Will be .entitled. to a fi'th Copy.Gratis.
:CommiUces or Societies on'remitting'to tho Publish
.ens $50 in current .New-York tunds, san receive
thirteen copies of the work,
Persons residing in tho country who may wish
to receive the work by miil,ean have it punctually
loiwtviui, strongly enveloped, by remitung the a
mount of subscription to the publishers.
ite'roittanccs may be ma le by enclosing the mo
rtcy and mailing the same in (he prcse ncs of a Post
master. Bank notes thai pass curren in business
generally in the Btate ot New-York will be
Active and responsible Agents wanted for the'
above in the different States throughout the country
to whom a very liberal discount will be allowed. A II
Postmasters throughout tha united States are au-'
thorized to receive subscriptions for tho work. Any
f ostmaster sending the names ot lour bubscibers.
and remitting Twenty Dollars in advance, in cui-,
rent N. Y. funds, will ba entitled to
A FIFTH COPY GRATIS.
for mote than four twxhtt eb cxkt si scorer,
At Bloomsburg, Col. Co.
APP 8c TICHNER.
business 1 tvBy Would inform the citixens of Columbia panted by ten.dolhrs, shall receive a copy
received. I County, thatthey have commenced the busi 'trouble, gralii. Payments may be trs
J nrssat the above place 'at' the "public house of E. by mall postagopaid'at our risk, By a
PLAN OP PUBLICATION.
The Democratic-Review wifl be punctually de
livcr .lieeujfcxiiensetosuhscrihcisin the princi
v .,... tf..ri- .v. r. .a .u
jui raoi wv uuujji, vuiw utmivi u uijiiiii,uiii
firw if4 ta mail pubsebcrs and agents on the
oi t the menth preceding puWication.
!t comiiiu. lcatioha for the Editor to be address
ed (post pu'td) to
J. d- II. O, I.ANGLEY, PuUWtfs,
i)7 Ghoiham-ilutl, A'ew York.
To Hie Friends -of the
TJte Raited lilates, Magnwne and Dfniofctitic
"Review vsK ntsuire the eri'srsetic and cordial co-
oneiation oievtn individual ivho.wislies to soe ihe
pure and souod dartrines of Awwicaii.Bcdob'B'caiJT
jwim avccstnl in such a Banner s fa jssljibit' the
bt'rt pofiblc examples of kwetlcin principles and
Ame-icn Literature. The risk aiid eiptiise atienj
tog tV pHblication U so giest,- tlMt'wilhout s pre;
cost co-xteaive with .the Union, H cannot ba su-
ualas.' The itmnr BMMbiaseal east of stub
HOWELL, whore they arc preiared to manufac
ture to order, in tho neatest, beet, and most durable.
manner, MONUMENTS, TUM1J.TA1JI.E5,
qEAD and FOOT STONES, of all sixes and.
unlities, MAN Tt,lSH, VV1NDU.W and UUVKU
SILLS, and DOOU FRONTS.
Also PAINT, BAItand 11EART11 8 J ONES,
Orders for b tone can be left with D.UKUbH.who'
wil act as Agent during our absence.
They constantly Keep on iiand a large lot o
Verrnont.Egyplian and Italian Marblo at their,
wholesale Marble Yard at Helms Glove, Union;
countyki'e f -i.
Hloomsburg : August I4t si. u
democratic party, we shall oxert every ,zes!
and ability to maintain its usages and pnnciples.and
secure the success of its candidates. Asa sentinel
upon freepom's watch-tower, we, shall always be
lound vigilant and energetic in guarding tne rights
and liberties of the people; and as a journalist, oar
columns will contain that quantity .and, quality ;of
intelligence which cannot tail to please and mstruct
the central reader.
With theso prollera or enterprise and dcclara-'
tion of principles, and with renewed assurances of
our'gratefulness. for tho liberal support extended to-
us. wo pledge our zealous exertions to deserve a
continuance of the patronage of an enlightened
T E R M S .
TheStato Capitol' Gazette' "will be published
twice a week during Ihe session of the Legislature,
-and once a.nctk during.the remainder of the year,
at tho following prices:
The session. only, (twice a week)' $9 00,
The whole year, S 00
Any 'person sending, us five subscribers accom-
prevailed, with the most unexampled
cess. Names of School Teachers, as
as sunetinteiidantB and Proprietors of Fac
tones, could be piren.confirming the above,
but for the delicacy they feel in having their
name published in connection with euuli
loathsome and disagreeable affections,
Prepared and sold at Dr. Leidy's Health j
emporium, (Sign of the Golden bagle and
Serpftants.J ino. 1W1 norm secqnu street, ue
law Vine also sold at.
Lutz'sheallh Emporium, Bloomsbtlr,
Nov 20. Ie ' 38
Memorandums, Chrck-Bolls, &c. of the, finest
quality of Paper, (Robinson's Ivory Surfaced) in
a style equal to arir ma'deln thb'.Citics of Philadel
phia or New York, on the most reasonable terms.
iJLA?l K VV UJIK 11I7LKU Til AHI J ATTIiRHi
CLYDE &. WILLIAMS.
N.- B. Old Books rcbound.with neatness and
dospatch; also Files of Papers.' ,
iarnsburg, Maru ati, I bx. umo. w.
All orders for bindinpsor for blank. books'.
left at this office, will be .forwarded, and ,;
returned as soon as completed.
TWO DOLLARS FOR THE SESSION.
The Kktstokc will, as usual, be published
twfee a week 'during the session 'of the 'LegisIature;
and as wo shall spare neither pains nor .expense in
giving full and accurate reports of the proceedings
of the two Houses, together with sketches of the
debates 'on all public and important questions, we
bope to rdc liberal, support ,lrpm the reading
public. The comfng'scssicin of our Legislature will
be'bnbof mow than common interest', and person's
desirous ofj obtaining early, and., porfct information
from the seat ot government, will lind it to tueu
advantage to take' the Keystone. To lawyers,
jadges, justices of the Peace, and, 'public officers'
generally, Jt will be invaluable, so all ine lws or p
public and general nalnre arc published in It imme
diately after'thcir passage, 'and folly '.three months'
befriie they will.ee promulgated jn any other man
ner. We snail also nave an amc corresponueni ai
Washincton citv. wh6 will keep the readers of. "our
paper apprised of all that is doing at the, seat of tho
TE RM S.,
The terms of the Keystone are as follows:
I SHAXiI DO
the Post Oflicn Department, Post-masters are'per-
mtttcd to frank letter oontaining money tor- sup.
No attention will be paid. to any order unless tho
money accompanies it. . . ti-V :i
Harrishurg, Nov. I8 1342." ' , ,
at . ilnv 'nf Oi't.
1842. somewhere in jfie township of Fish'
ingcreekj or Geenwootl a calfskin
POCKET BOOK, ,
coniainii-g about 35 anl Poles.
One live on the Alinets Dank, irxittsnlle,
and other Uelicf Notes of tlifTerenl banks.
TTROPOSALS will le received by the County'
1 tiommissioners of Columbia County, at the.
house of Abraham W. llausc, in Derry ,towniliip,
on Friday the 2"d day of December inst., between
the" hours of 10 A. M. and 2 o'clock. P.M. of that
day, for building a County Uriel go over Chillisqua
que Creek at or near Abraham W, Housc.s in said,
township, of the following dimensions, vii :
It is' to be a' stone arch bridge, the abutments and
pier to bq 18 feet Jong at the foundation, and 0
feet thick. I feet high from low water mark uud 5,
feet " thick whero tho arches commence. Wing
walls on east side 1.8 feet' lone and on west side 20
feet long, 3 feet thick at tho foundation and S inch-1
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csiiucii 111 liiu iup, o ivct mgiier man 1110 11111113 111
on ihe liridge and coveml with food coping stone
5 inched thick, the arches' to be 11 feet wide at the
foundation. The whole waik to be hid in guod'
lime uiortar and well pointed.
JOHN B. EDUAt
Commissioners' 'Office Danville; "Pec, 9 $IV,'
For tho whple.ycar, r t .
For tho session only, (twice a week)
Any person sending us ivc subscribers for Ue
session, accompanied by ten dollars, shall receive a
copy cratis for his trouHd. All payments' may be
transmitted by mail, and all PsMnasteis are permit-
tea to iranK leucrs conunniug money iui mfj""i''
subscriptions, ' ' " '
M'KINLEY & LESCURB.
of the sitbatn
Broke into the enclosure
ber about 3 months .since,
A LL Dessons Cstdeblcd to nie must make
jflment .by Uu FIKST OF AUGUS7' neku AnV person, finding sad PofRel Book, ant)
. . - : i -i owner, tha receive the noove reward.
VS'horcVy given 16 all porsons, that I have pur
i . ' ' "FR6DEHKJK DHEIIEB
....ti . t. iiivnArip
chased at. ;onstablo -sale, as the property
ilarman Lemon, nnu brass mantle clerk, one iihoflt!
and one acre of wheal in the ground, and have left
the same in his possession during mv pleasure,
t , . JAMKS .irMON
droonbinc' a little! in his Jiorns, .and about
four years. olt. 'l.ha.ownor k regucsled lo
lake him away and pay charges.
JUiSCril I UllOIill.
Madison Oct 1st.
jk LTf persons knowing, Jhemielvos indebted to
the' late flrnt ofRhpCrt 'ci Harlon.by note or
ncclect tho call will atVjii
ouenc'ea that' will certainly frillow ' U
... . .j.K'iREia.PAirroN.
Bloomsburg 0c, "ft'lfy
tok are requested' to make immediate pat went s
,longer indulgeneycjq lio.giifen. Those who
sglect tho call will ah'iio bo responsible for tons"
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