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A FeiWal-Ab'oliiion paP6r hJ Oib fol
A duellist, who has deliSiuralplj idiot al
nni killed his npifc'lihor.
A profune sweai'er, anil free drinker ni
As speaker in Congress ha gave prnai
license In rowdyism and suuunlinaiitin."
The sutic paper contains tha following
" Sinco llio niitsldn of this paper went In
press wo aro nssti red that tlio representation
RivHii on tlic first page, of tho private rnor
wis of Mr. Polk, is entirely incorrect, and
that ho is not only a man of exemplar
morals lint of religious principles. We
matlo the. statemont on what we considered
nntl'entiu information; but under the r.ircum
stances, wish to have tho charges consider
ed hs withdrawn. We shall rnakn fuithcr
inquiries. and'gUo tho result "
,('o expel (s.iya the New York Plehi.m)
to hoar this false chargo reiterated by thr
Federal p. ess throughout the Union, with
out their haiing the manliness to re Iran as
the t)n.tlon paper has done. Thn fad is.
Mr. Polk never fought a duel, and is strict
ly a nmral nod religious mm in the true
t.cne ol ihn inms can tho Whig say as
much of ijenry Clay ?
Trom tlie Democratic Union.
Testimony of JOHN HANKS in favor of
JAMES K. POLK.
Among all llio circumstances ronnecied
wiili the no ninaiion of Oqv. Poi.k, their
is uono more giatifyiug to the p.'iriy than
the fact; that even the most onenmprnmi?
ing whigi) are cutnpe 1 d lo hear tcttimmi
to iiia eminent private and public worth.
Iiavc already quoted from fie National In
lelligencer and Boston Alias, the one t h
great central whig organ at Washington and
tho other thn champion of the conn princi
pies in tho Hay Stale, roth of which pa
pors have, not hecilated to spnak of the
Dcmorratic nominee in terms of llie mos'
exalted raiiicl. B it we have still another
iiullinr in reserve, which, in Pennsylvania
at least; will si-arrnly be disputed by feder
al pattizaus. This latter witness is n nth
cr than tho Hon. JOHN HNKS of Herks
counlv, who in 1811 was ihn whin nomi
nee for (Jovcrmir In the Daily (Slobis ol
2'id April, ! 830. was published tho resig
nation of Judge Hanks as a rue.uSer of
Coimress, in which lie pays the following
brief, hut deserved tributo tn llie chataclei
ofOirernor Polk. What will tic Cl,n
organs in this Stale, who aro eludiousl
saekiug to depreciate the public services ol
the Deinnrritic nomiiiuu for the Prcsidenci
say to this t
AlAiicir 31. 181)0.
" Sir In communicating' to you my
resignation, 1 cannot refrain from asmting
you of llie very high estimation in which I
hold you, individually, and ol my entire
approbation of your conduct and deport
nieul as presiding officer of the House. I
will add, that in my judgment, you dis
charged all ihe arduous duties of the chair
with a degree of liberality, impartiality,
iiwiiny, aun uigniiy, which uui umor lo
yourself, anil also lo tho body ovei which
v u 1 1 preside!!.
"Very lespeclfulh. nnrs,
Growing Uneasy The N. Y lletald,
a wing paper, is ingenious enough to say;
"The whig press begins to exhibit alarm
m mo uernonsiraiiuns ol llm demociacy
hero in favor of Polk and Ddlas. Wu be.
gin ourselves m think that this alarm h vc
ry well founded. The Tribn lie h in tu'i
dent dread, and thinks that the party uiusi
work hard il they mean lo elect Clay
Alier all, this wil he a very hard fi"bi
It is staled in Hunt's .Meichani'a Maga
zine, that the population of Wisconsin In
innro than doubled itself during the p isi
year. One year since, it was estimated in
00,000, now at 1 10,000. If this should In
true, il is the greatest increase of population
arising out of natural causes, on tei-onl.
Tho same authority thinks that the cmigra
tion this i ear rill bo ovon greater iha"n it
was the last.
Srmn of the whig papers sneer at Mr
Polk, because ho was defeated when a can
didaiu for the uffieo of Governor of Tenncb
see. Hut they foigul to gtalo that ho h;u
been elected to that office, while Henri
Clay io Ins efforts before llm people hat
been defeated bow ofien? Ho was no
lucky in 1 8'J-l disastrous in 1838 una
voidable in 1832 unfnriiinaio in J 630
jopudiaied by his own friends in 18-10
never hiicetssful in tho repealed strugglo
of twenty tears. Which ihen is the wors
omen? Which Hit unlucky vessel llm
never sails' without a catastrophe cither bv
wreck or in halilo, and sucin i l,0 mule,
the inlluenco of a perpetual Friday, lei i
put to sot. iihat day it will ?
The Foreign Netuu, The arrival of tin
steamship Acadia, at lioston, furnishes u,
wild later anu interesting intelligence fron
The long proliacled and all but intermi
liable proceedings arising mn f ,,B rj
in 'Is.baituii lenyib been brought to a closi
bv -l,e iuiiuMnoient of O'Cnnnell and tin
oil.ir irnvt rMTs. The former has addressed
the Irish people, solemnly pledging inm
elf to appeal from ttio eenienco to the
House of hordd.
Tlt.VQEDY AT ST, LOUIS ELOPE
ME NT MAN SHOT.
From tho Si. Si; Louis Hcporte. el" tho Bth int,
ai.,..., ,; ,,. , , . .
laoa o 11 7 l if ' TV 1 i U"
lat guter or Mr. Edward I'onl, of Si. Loui-
ml we be . ev. h.s only clld-a girl o.
lomiderablo beauiy, and well educated, waf
, r n.,u .u vuuL .iou.wiir
ken from, or induced to leave, her father s
ItlUSC. Tho old Lrontlnmali Bpar..,P,l in
- . . O ..... w
vain tor her, and employed other to aid
him in discovering the place of her rctreai
, ,1 -.
or concealuieiit. lie called on Mr. Low.nl
ibis city, an auctioneer, whom he
le was con
ml i,l in.tuil
(nlent had been the man wlm liml 1,1 111 I, Mil
and executed his duuehier's rum. hmv
refused to give him any information on the
subject, anil lioalcd him in ilu
ir.g and brutal manner.
un I hurstlay, ihe rnihrr learned thai
how had been absent for a fortniirlit at!Mu
Orleans, and thai ho had re.urnml will, hi.
daughter us fai as Si. Genevieve. Ho tin
menu eiy, in a slato ol intense agnation,
bordering un insanity, called upon a friend
who was a city officer, to go lo how for
him and make inrpiines lor his datigh
Yesterday mornini? ihe.v iiinrnnilmt in.
wards tho room of Mr. h. and met on ihe
s reel, a few aieps this side. Mt. Ford im
mediately remarked to Mr. how thai he
wiaticu io uavo a private conversation with
turn lo which the latter ronlted. 'vcrv
well.' Tho tlnee went lo ihe room of Mr.
h. and found the door locked. i1 r. I. unit.
tie must step out for the key, and whilst he
Has Done. Mr. Kurd remarkHil In Ina lnxi.il
ihal ho (Mr. h.j had probably gon.o for his
listols. On Mr. L'a return ilinv nipril
the room; Mr. h. objedtog ai first to llie
ad mis pi mi ni il r. I'onl a Irieml, but liiully
assented. To all the father's inquiries for
his dalii'liter. or fur inliirmmimi m ilm
course her seducer intended to take with
bet, he received no salisf.ictoiy reply; Mr.
U. answering, 'it is none ol your business.'
The old man insisted that it was his busi
nuss, and said 'if llicre is law or justice in
Si. houis, I will sco her righted. She has
;een ungrateful to me, but 1 will do my
inly to her' lMiially lie ?,sked Air. how
if he intended to marry her. The answer
was, 'no lo h . if thai is vonr ImRiiipa.
you'd better quit this.' Again ihe father
oil the question, having first drawn a pis
id, I ho second reply win 'l'o t3 h '
Thereupon he discharged uis pistol; the
vill striking Mr. h. on ihe forehead, inst
ibovo the rii-'hi eve. Mr. h. was hIivh
yesterday evening, bm i not expected lo
A few witnesses were examined yestnr
lay, on ivhiuh occasion .Mr. Hlenneriiasieli
innoared for Air. Ford, ami Mr. I.nsti,. the
l)isirict Attorney, foi the Stale, The cx
imiuntion was then postponed to Alnnda)
loonniii!. in order that the result of the
vvound in i L'ti t be known before thn mams-
irates acted finally in tho matter. Mr. Ford
was required lo givejiail.for his.jippeara.nce
on Aloodav to the s'ooi'oTsri.OOO. nd si-vpr
al cent o nen immediately slenncd forivaid
mr toe purpose.
The iVfio Jercni (Jntixtitutlnn 'I'Iip
Convention now silling aiTrentoi t-i revise
till) CoilEtitdWin of New Ji'rsnv. Iiavn nnnr
through with several departments of Govern
'licnt. TIlC following :irn Kntnn nf tin.
prominent fiatuies of the new Constitution
I'MPPl linnn-.'1'lin Hnun.nni. I, Un rilinonn
'w V.W...l.f. 111. ..IIIICIUII
ly the people for three years. The heg
islaturc to consist of a Senate, elected one
ncmber from each counlv for three years
me third each year; the House of members
icenrding lo population every year. Tin
Judiciary lo consist of Supreme and Coiintj
UotirlP, ciiosen ny the Lemslalurc in joirn
uiecung, lor i limned number ol years; Ju
liccs of the I'eacc to be elected bv iho peo
pic; Chancellor and Surocale General hi
die joint meeiii'.i;. Executive officers cen
craliy aid lobe chosen bv llie iimt meeiine
ho Attorney General, I'roseeuiors. Secre-
arv of Stale, and Clerks uf ihu Sunremi
Untirl ami our; o Uhanceiy, to be ap
pointed by the Governor, with the approva
ii too oenate. i un Legislature if, to bavr
3 per day for forlv days; after that 81 50
It can couiraci no dcbl fo. a lonncr term
ban thirty five years.
Tho Constitution will soon bo submitted
o a ratification by the people.
A HEAVY LOAD.
On Wednesday last, Mr. Henjairin Grnfl
if hcaeock township, nauled from Ucitzel's
Marble Quarry, lo this uiv. with his team
if four horses, a blnclc of marble j.viV U ini'
ilurlccn llumstmtl am1 mtndreu and ten
nowuh! The Quari y is about (UL'bt miht
rom llie city. Air. GrolT loaded the mar
lie ni tho quarry, hauled it in KcitzclV
narble yard, in the city, unloaded, am'
elurned home.ivh n bo ncain loadetl five
ii ns of iron, which he hauled in hancaster
ml deposited at Moderwell's ware bouse
n the evening of the sr. mo day, and return
nil home. I Ins is a Jeat wo.t ly of brliif
reiorded. Lancaster Int.
Tho oldest paper in the United Stale
s ihn New Hampshire Gazelle, publish
il Portsmouth, b was commenced in
I70'l by Daniel Fowle, and is now in
ihe hands of Gideon Heck and Albcri
Sir J.tmsclioe Jeejcehhop, Ihe Hindoo
pliilaniliinpisl, ba, within llio lasl tun
year, given dD75'l,000 sterling lor llie
ii'oiuoiiou oi education, nospitais, unci
various public wot lis.
During ihn twelvu days endir.g on Saltir
av Inst. 8.V.-17 cuiiLrranls urrnod al Neu
Yurk from Europe.
f ' Singular tfmW-Onlpnel Tliornas1 Millntnct from the use of ft
I I ebrown, alo of Winthrop, Mata., onrn ,Tho Natchez Free Trader mentions
.. i-nfiiHK iniii.DH, un i-n. lain case 01 a man who carne Ihero a
ilav lint), fin . i iun a i .. r ... .......
i " f . . V "," "8" ,l
1 . ' '"" f nom",,,,,ng "'e elaocl,oly dePd
oul wag a man extensively known and uni
'ersally respected. He served in ,he revo-
s iui many years a member o
ihe Massschusnils Senate, before .!, Bnnr.
Ulinn and .,h..nanil (... I .. .;
. Htl rl IWI'K lllllUl
represented the town of Winthrop in the!
, w.u.u. I . V WHO .1 IIH-IIIX
her of ihedifretcnielccinr.il mUene u.r,i0i,
IjCIMS ninrp. ni limi Nletn lit. ..in ' ... .
uci;i9iuiure ni nisi otsto. no was a mem.il,ulllu"1 i uonee, anu a diminution oi lis
elected Jefferson, Madison, Monioe, J, Q.ijerially decreased the value of llie ariiclt
Allmllu nnrl 11 i.Mun.t il.cplf. (till fa... ...ft... lt.n ..-.I .....it I
Adams and Harrison.
A Mr. Ilff. luinlv
whereopon somebody hat been guilty of
' Well has this little busy ,Bce,'
Improved life's shining hour;
lie gathers honey now all day,
From one sweet chosen 'Flower;'
And rrom his hive, if Heaven pleases .
no ii raise a swarm o mile 'Ureses.
O.NE OF TIIK TEA Partv Iha. flirotv
llio tea into H iBion harbor. D
19, 1773, Saniuol Snraiitie. dleil in tt.,a.
ion on I otirs lay evening, agHil ninely-
one. The olv ttiRmher of ih 'lVn
ParlV now alive in CnL P.n.li-in
A Nsw Kind op Rifle A Mr.
Bilihvin.of Sivaiinah. hau invon'p.il u
'i fie, that can bo discharged 42 limes in
bout one minute and n qn-irior. It has
bul a single birrol, parrullnl with which
) a uiass tube, containing, foriv-lwo
chartj;es. I ho hut of llio gun is hollow,
in which is denosiled Ihe anruci'iu i ii i
loads the gtio.ptit on the porcusiiioii cap,
prions Hie cartridge, anil discharges the
loud. Instantly, by dritving, threo ex
ternal finger pieces, the barrel is again
a.iped and died.
ili:i.ANCIIOLV AND ExTnAonDINAItY
Uocunr.K.vci:. A day or two since, o
i slcainboat was a.icending llie Ohio,and
when near Louisville, tho body ol a bo)
four or five years old, was seen fl.ialing
down Ihe river. A gentleman named
bagan, residing in Hirtninghani, who
was a pisse.ngcr on board, carelessly iv
marked Ihal i he clothes looked verj
much like lhoe of a son of his ho li.ui
lefi at home- On arr iving at his residence
he was slirlleil by ihe information thai
Ins son was imping for sevuial da ,&
was supposed io be lost! ;lr. F. at
met co j-cni cd (hit llie body ho had
een in .he wifr was that of bis son. &
Hai led to recover it, which he succeeded
in doing, and had it brouuht back lo the
city and iniuirud. St. Louis lievitl-
An- I.Mpnr.ssivn Sch.vk When Col
neiilon, I it the U. S. S-natf, openly
cnaigcti jiir. jycUiillie, of South L'aro
lina.wiih liuasonoiis designs, involving
Mie integrity ol llio Uuion,ind added
111.H lie, uoionel lienlon, would meet
i'r. jlcD. al Phillippi, not with voice
or pen, but with the sword to die if need
be 111 defence of Ihu Unioo,Gen. Clinch
nf Geoigp, went over and grapcd Mt
lienlon'n hand and said that he would
be there with him. Immediately afici
ilr. llt'llloil look Ihn h.mil nf .f.iK..
Quincy Adams, who was scaled behind
mm, and sanl jUr. Adams, you an
p.iph-ing on ine stage, and 1 sin passinu
nvay also, but while wo live ive will
ilaiicl by the Union.
During ihe recent drought in tho Is
and of Cuba, one planter in the neigh
hnnihood of Malnanzas lost 900 heat'
jf cattle, and so much reduced was tin-
supply and strength of tcarrw thai tlx
iransporlaiion of a barrel of sugar forlv
miles cout three dollar-.
A Nr.W HnUN'SlVICK IlrnnTVT!
We leain from iho Si. Stephen'. Cour-
ml, lliat several bears have lately been
killed in ihu parish of Si. .liimes. La.
week, a veiy laigo one was taken in -
'rap by Ah. Damn McKf-nzn-, i.rai
Roswoith Kiilne.and while the ot.l ,.(.,,.
ilem.in was laking bruin from his pen-
Ions- MtualioiijMibS iMcKonsie attacked,
.mil Killed with u club one of the three
tfloui cubs that wcraseen in that neigh,
Thn Cincinnati Times chronicles thp
lenlh of a man in Ihal city, who delih
erately look off his upper garmenis- and
olaced his head under the arms nf thn
lly wheel of llie steamboat Lancet,lying
h ino wnaii. wniie lier engine was in
motion: it was instantly crushed. The
'inforilinate man named Kelchoni. ami
belonged lo Arow.ird, Ohio.
Since an arrnnuemcnt has hern made
in A'uw Voil;. in consonance with I hi'
Mayoi 'a suggestion, lo compel able-bo-
uicti paupcis al llie almshouse lo woiu,
more llian two liuiidrcd have left thr
It is said Ihal llio lolal nunihcr nf Jews
throuuhnul llio world is estimated at 3,
103,700, and it is said Ihal Ihis ntnrtlipr
lias nevor niaicrialk' varied from the
lime of David ilowmvatdii.
yp8" i"cein a Tar gnno consumpt on. and
who. by abstainingrom water, mtat and
fluids, has become to be a nowrrfo' and ro
",, . Th.T s .be 1 Z
uuai man. nis is me tirsi instance oi
record of a man becoming nnwprfnl and rn
L ... 1 111 ii " !lm,"? Povver,ul an,J ro
Coffee. Tho great increase of the pro
fiur.llfin 111 Udltnp. nnrt n f Iminn inn nt ila
w.i u w Illll.ut, w. ....
cons'.imniion in manv cnuntrins. bavn ioh
iilself. Hut few know the vast quantity ol
Coffee now produced. The Statistics for
Brazil. (1,170,000 bugs,) 170,000,000 lb.
I'oit-Kico, Laguira, die
Ij. Indie and Motli3
Dutch W. Indies
A horse recently ran away in Pitl.s
sburg, while his owner was absent. A
little boy, after much danger and difficu'
iy, seemed the animal. The owner
prise. iled llio hoy with a five cem
piece, whircnpon ihe urchin handed
over four cunts change,
It is slated that counterfeit p-nnicn.
worth sixiy-two cents per hundred, are
made by Hit; thotisuid, in Allleborough,
iVasj. They may be detected by com
parison with tho genuine coin. Half
therein iu circulation aie the Missachti
MARRIED In Bloomsbiirg on Sat
lriljy ,15th inst.by Rev. VV. H. Ruurns.
Mr. AunAiiAM H. Dii.nirK, of lnuni
Pleasani township jr. Miss Louisa Con
On Sunday evening last, by the Rev, A
r f i ii t-
II- Hand. Mr. Samuhi. Fowliir to AI ii-
. .... -... ... imiiii uiMii i uiiuuibtrr
On Sunday, thn I Odi day of June, h
Samuel Creasy, lisq. .Mr. Jmis I. G.iumi:i,
to .Miss Phedb Pulluii, all of Caitaiiissi
Bloojisuuro, June 20, ISM.
Cloversecd, fi 00
1' iaxsccd, 1 20
Dried Apples, 1 00
White eans 1 00
NAILS, SPIKES; Sec.
Ti.c asioonishiii- n. as. 1. Co
11,1, keep constantly on hand, a large as
which tboy will sell by WllOI.ESAI H nn.l KG
I'AII.. il(Z n as crood trvmit ax thr nrttrlrx
can be ctavlure jmrchtticit. MeicIianM and
others, may ImU It to llicir interest to call All
Idnds of grain received in payment.
jusr;rn rA.vruiv, I'ih.siuknt.
Illoomsbuig, June 29, 1814. SnilO
A GOOD BLACKSMITH
MV receive iinmuduio pmn'nv'M.i.i,
- -j .......
by applying to
JOSEPH TAXPOX, Pwident
of the Uliloniaburg U. Ji, f. Com pjny
S lllTfibv nivpn to nil rntipprriivl. llmf r
lel't in tlio liotscsslen of Jacnli 6' hocmuker. dur.
uif my pleasure, una MiiU-y Heifer, one Uinins Ta
ble, nno fed'tcad and Hoild'iig, ami nun Vaurn,
ahil fnrbiil unv nifMiti dikinff llii'm fnun him ...t,.
bv pureba.e or ollimvi.-.e, without uiv con .rn,
lune 2R, 1811.
Sherebv eivon to all rnnr.prncH. lbl ivb liais
purchased at constable sale m the iirnnerlv of
liu tr t..i.i- i i i i. .i . ' 1 . .
iuiiii iv. ikuuius, unu jijw! ten ine samo in nis
possession during oar pleasure and forbid any
Dcrenn tukinr. il fmm him rithfir iw mtnli. n,
otherwise without our consent, viz:
One inaio and colt, one sorrel horse, one sett of
quilers, one grtt plow gcar,one sett single harness
ono double belt fly nctts, t.vu plows, one harrow.
twelve acres of rye in the grnnnd, seven acres of
wheat in tho ground, suvon acres of oats in the
eround. kiv acm; nf rnm In llm frrnitrwl imir
of polalncK in tlio ground, half aero of llax in the
biuuiiu,i)iiu um nun, iwo situs, ono uearbouru
waggon, two swarms bees, ono heifer, one tow.
Juna22, ISM 0.
BLANKS! ! HLANKS ! !
rcjJusiicslllank EXECUTIOX'S and
SUMMONS iusi nrinttd and fur H:iln nl
" . u-ji-i.i.w jt.B.jMZJ
TOthe J'RINHNG BUSINESS is wanlfdiV
Edialelv at thl OffiiMt. A .n.n ..ilu. I..I i k ..
mediately at tf)l Office. A smart active lad, 16 or
lb veorsot age will receive good encouragement.
S hereby riven lo the imfclie. thl t ti
to Lewis McatlA. n nmnll R A V UrP5F lik
, , ' iaww. viuaiiu
during my pleasure, and I forbid any person taking
a wart in the nfar ivn. fr.r ihA r.umAua r.r
inn emu norsn mm nim. pitnnr hv niirnha.n n.
crwiiC, ivithoutmy coment.
iwait . intiix j jas.
May 29, 1841. f
AN APPRENTICE TO THE
8 wanted immediately by the subscriber. A lad
" bull Tll G
commended, will receive good encouragdment.
15 Or lb vpar4 nf acta, vuhit .n ..m ...Atl
DIoomeburg, May 30, 1844. 6
niooiusbuvs, Columbia Co. Pa.
TIlC Sllbscrilipr inncrirn!l.. t,if.,-..,
. ...... iiiiimiiid
l.lnH.I. n . . . I .1 . II; .7
in. n,.s. unu uir piuiiiR generallyitliat he ha'
taken that well known stand, in Uloom
burg, formerly kept by William Robiaor.
anil that llio House and Stables are under
going a uioroiigh repair As his bar wilt
jiwajs tie lurnished with iho choicest
i, Minors, ami ins l.anler will, il,., K.,..
market affords, and having good Stabling
.till nllonliu. I....l... l. i .
- '""""'I ne wnn coniitienci
inviteu al! In call and teat his nliilii,. .
caterer fur the palate ami s'omach, nnd flai
ters himself that none will leave dissatisfi
ed with their treatment,
The worth of the pudding ia told in the. eating,
;)niegiic it a tiial, there will be no eliciting
lleastand Man shall always go awav rrioieinir.
Sweariog by the powcrs.thcy'llcallon returning
Juno 8, 18447. 3m
THE Menibcri of tho Independent Troop, pos.
"""s uwittiuiior accouoeinenis ot any uc6crin
.inn. rp rpnnirml ,n TniV... .1 .:. .1 .i
.truing uiaiBBrmior accouueinents ot any descrip.
ion, are required to forthwith, deposit them, either
.vith Dr. Georco I.ott. Orainrnv 111. ll'm v.i
with Ur. Ueorgo I.ott, Orangevillc, U'm. Ncal
Uloombburg, or with Bright K. l'a s ton, Cattawis
ntPDERICK SWABY, Capt.
May 25. 181-1. 5. 1
TUB Members of the Bloomsburg Artillery, pos
KCSbiuir State arrnsnr nrrniilrim.ni. ,.f nn.t vt..J.T..
tion, -ore requested forthwith to return them lo me,
iii.h iiuw uiraugemeius may ue made with llio llri
. WEBB, Capt.
May 25, 18145.
"M THOSE persoos having demands against the
M lit. e 1. 1 - ! . . i
.wiiiiiiiiiii-riiu, jur lannr jieriormeu, or ma
tcrials furnished, for tho repairs of the
NORTH BRANCH CANAL,
prior to the 0th day of January, 181 1, who have
not handed to subscriber an account of the same,
arc requested to do so at the eaihest pasniblo mo
meut. in order that Ilinv miv In, ,,ni in ('.... fnr
tlcnirnt, assnon as tho funds appropriated for the
lii)uii-iii i uin ucuis can no obtained.
'i'llOSO Hvillf? nt n llifit.mrn nrn re.nl. riltiA In Cr.
ward by mail or otherwise.
W. l. .MAI' I B I , Supervisor.
VVilkcsbarrc, jlay.1, 184-1.
FfSII, BACON", &C.
The Subscriber is receiving and for Salo
20 Mis. MAOKEHKI. & SHAD.
20001bS, AIOKED BACON,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
&c. &c- for which he will take GRAI-V.
l.UiUHtiU and I'HUDUUb; ennfrally
matt i new Mcdowell,
llllauuburg, Ala) 10
iVMW CAM! STORE.
fd'tllE sulii-ciilier iufn. ns thn nuhlie ilmt hn Im.
j4 inivuii ,uu kjuuu luiiiiuuv uvt uineuny ueiv g.
rt .i.., .1... ttA.n r. i.. .
Weaver, on Alaiu-sLrtet. iloomilinrir. nml Im,
opened an rateithko as.eorlment of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
i license arc and
eompeiiing almost every article usually kept in
a coui.tty Store, which he offers for tale on tin
most iraaonihla term3, for CASH or COL'N
Dloomiburg, May 11, 1811. 3tf.
rraiVB subscriber respectfully informs hit friends
ti nun uiu cusiomers. mai no nas removed to
W illiumsburcr. near M. A'Unwll s onrn !,,
in nil Its vnrinni, linintin. m..! nn.i ui e
- " ' ...-....v, unu icut-.tf uinibeii w
do work entrusted to him, in Iho best and neatest
iniinuer, ui inoucraic prices. He hopes for a slum
of public patronage.
jiuvurii i;. fruuuiuc.ks.
May 1, 1 8 i I ti.
N. . All kinds of trade, such as lumbct, groin,
ic, tuken iu payment for work.
PAY THE PRINTER,
The fo-ilowing is a copy of ihe bill
t lu-iiowiiig in a copy Ol Ine Dill
for ,,,e Kd'oval of the Seal of Justice,
nf r!n. n . ,
Unfcmbia CouniV. inirodupprt min
e Senate -last wimr.
A TV A,.nr
To Authorise the Rtmoval of the Seat cf
- v.,.vc . W(C uouuiy pj voiumoia, and
jor ot er purposes
VVHEHRAS.u l.ru. rn.I..:',.. -t. ,. .
habitants of the County of Columbu have, by iheir
memorials, tet forth to tho General Atiibly of
tliu Conimomnejllh, the Bret liardibipsaiiJlhCori.
ve.nenrn th.i, .iin . ...i .
Ju.lice for said county being locMid at DftnVillo,
WlllCll UieV ktdlO ll) lie iliint..t nn ,1,. r.,..
Iw - mi ,i,v uii:c UI mo
comity, and pming the Mmo may be removed to
....,. v, ,uuiuuuig, x or roinedy i"hereof,
DICTION 1. Itt it ninAl.fl k .1. fr , ' .
House 6f Rmresrntnlior. r il,. r. .....
Pennsylvania in Otntral Ausembhn." b.id Us
hereby enacted by the cuthorily nfUt itme, 'I hat
nturw timu i.iiilnt. . i.w .. '
tins an,it shall be lawful fur the cilijens of Bloom'
fc-XPIiE, m the town of HloomsbtirR suitab.a
buildings, of brick or stoo, of not lesj eize i.nd 6,-
meniiionj man me county buildings now at Uia.
vtlle, for a Court House, r.ilsori, and different cfii-
direction of lh county Commiszienen;, who sir
uiuuiisu io receive a convevanc- for s'"'' lo o
lots of grcui'.dj, for the uie of auth cstn'y" bui'd
ngc, not exceeding ens acre, In fceth.pU, clear wf
ell mcumbrancea, for the use of the county of Cc
umbla. 1 he said buildingJ to I e elected on auch
lul or Iota of lrrouml thus .....,.,i a i .
- ; - '.nuincsaiu
county I ommiMoncrs aro hereby aulI.orn.ed-In
At ItllMtlfl nltflll.,11 . I I . - IB .1
-r-..v UMv..uu, u, uiuerwire, nit ine r fiht, li
11 mil llllorr.cf ii .i-l. .1... i fa. ii,
.1 . U1U toumy Pisy have
ii llie real estate situate i
JiiOtoexecute a conveyance to the purchaser Ot
i oiv.uu ki ur j'aui hvro Tim
i'P TK13ASUllv COU.NTV nu.
Sec. 2. That at sun no tbo n,,..li. W..M.I!
I' Ut' L'MiLi r it .... ... 4 "uiri
completed according to tho pio-Woim of the fiiet
section of this act. the U
.liall hie a icport of the fame in the Court of Com
mon I'leas ol said cuuntv. uml il.o,.n.,.. .i
. . . ,, :mJ - h.iiu.1 tin: com
mwsioncrs and bhernTol said county, shall causo
tho prisoners, if any theio confined in the old prNon
,v,,..vu , ,ltWl ai.uiuo public pa
pers and records there renial ninrr In II... ....1.1! 11
. ... . , " . .0 ' iiuuiiu uui-
cosnt Danville, to be safety deposited in the neiv
..uumuga imuL-saiu uui.i aim prepared for ll o
reception thc.eof. and from tin
justice in and for tho county of Columbia shall
ccafco to bo at Danwllo. ami iIia u-n i..
removed and fixed at the lou.i of BIoomJjuig, in
the said county, and the public ollircs heretofore
kept, and the courts of j istice hereKf re helj Bt
u T . 1 7 ii 7. ' "lumuia snail
P I J 1Jloo'ns?urS. in tlw bmldiBRS
ereted for the"' accommodation as aforesaid.
unnviuo, 111 aru ior sain county of Columbia shall
itc. 3, It sha 1 be laufnl (nr ik. e
Dloomsburg to obtain subscr'ptbns from any put
ton or persons willing tn subscribe any moi.ey or
materials for the erection of such public huildingi,
is arc provided for in the first i-ectian of thn act,
and in default of the paymrnt of the eame.the renin-
.j .iiuiiio-iuiirin uiv urreuv empowered to c.iuso
iiiits to be brought in the name of Ihe count in
if nfiyce tlie collection of tl,c name, and when collect.
ed to be applied towards defraying the expenses of
Six. 4. So much of the existing laws of this
Conimnnwenlth n nrn nttprnl liv iM. .m l.A .....l
.. j ...im mi, iv a, il,
the simc arc hereby repealed.
CO J2-T or which the hiphest priu
will he paid in CASH or GOODS.
IS. 11. BIGGS.
A New Hind.
THIS is one of the best constructed Hen Hima
over invented. It is so arranged, that you cnn
draw from the bees. honey at anv season of tho
vear. without anv itiiurv tn llipm. Il A. an Tirovnuld
the bees being injured by the worms. The subscri
ber is now nrcnared to disnoso uf townsMn nr
single rights in Iho following townships, on tho
most reasonable terms. IJIoom, Hemlock, Liberty
JclFerson, Mt. 1'lcasant, Greenwood, Orango,
Pishing creek, ugarloaf and Jackson.
Ho also keens them on hand, readv ninile. wlnrh.
he will scl cheap.
Ila tiaa in his Uco house, several swarms of bee
in operation in hives of tho abovo descriptions
which he would invito tlm rmMic tn .-nil ,.!
amine, for he believes that all who do so, will nt
once acknowledge that they are tho bets hives now
Hloomsburg, Apiil 13, 1H41.
On Tlirsbav. tlln Mlh int. nni'-..!- ,
tween the Lock kept by Pie, and the L.
ur. iuick, a
A CALFSKIX POCKET
ontainin? TWO COLLAR ami
LAK HA NIC DILL; a Due Bill K , i
Harmau for fifteen dollats: hIbo, I t
igainst Win MeKelvy &, Co. fot sixti
uid sevtrjl other papers of no consequenc
.,nn litit llm iitvnni. fl A .13 I. i.l .
-....n, 0,,, ivruieu ir t i.e
liocket book with n lead pencil. If th f iiii1r twill
iclurn it tn the subscriber, oi leave it at the. .ifR-...
if the Cdlumaia Democrat, lie shall be hbivallv re-
Jtira. JOSEPH 1,11.1. KV.
May 17, IS 14. 4
rglHB co-partnership of Purry & Brown havjno:
n been df&colvf-ri hv mutual nri u i.
necessarv that the
be closed immediately. Aa the subscriber has tha
books of the fi rm In KI rnetBe:,.n an.IL ...at.....
- ---- ...... j,, Fvrit'tJ anu iv au(iiiii
ed tn collect the debts, he requests all persons in.
debted to call and pay the dcmsni3 against them
Dloomtburc, May 4, 184-12,
Esnte nf DAVID SLOAN, hie rf
n 1 t "
nncru-ecK lownsnip, Uulumbut co.
'OTICF, is hereby civen that lriir. nfu
ministration on thn nKnv.v n.mu.i c, ...
wore this day granted to the subscriber residing
Llcht'treet .-til nnrjnn. lii.ToK,.,! in. .k. . ...1 1
I- I ' - .V- J ,.r I . J I naiu I
tale are hereby notified to make immediate pav im 1
iiu mu.D Hvirn5 ciainn are requestetl io pies0
them, preftrly authrntieated.to
I fjl t tticci, June I, 1611, u-3