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!hush up :t .John Smith.
One of lite drollest nuil nrlnnl oreuriio
ce that rn can recall m bavin.; happened
within Oil' citoi )l ( b ci v 10 ,tilli plan
m ilio St Charles riientre, one evening Insi
wintei, Nearly iippiuile in whole we were
silii'iif in the (Ins ciicle wan a remarkabl
imj:i,ii frutnieii Irtil v, lioee eyes we could
urn lit'lp observing, wire constant)' fixni
n our direriiun with a seemingly earnes'
anil excited interested. liefnre our vanitj
had limo la npprnpriate individiMlly the
IwjIjj'k aiteniion, we observed a friend who
was selling neat her rise, and make hi'
vav around the interior corridor ol the cir
01 n to the boy in which we were sealed.
In Hume apprelienmr. about the result we
watched his motion, and were relieved at
seeing hint address a young friend with
whom we were well nrquainted, and who
. pit just behind its. The messenger touched
0 if n'lins'li'-.ir.co on the shoulder, and rnur
lemnly It'iMiim a way into the lobby. The
pMiM'c Ii ij (fined vtrv singular and ntn
I'm ineny 'ai awakened. In a few mo.
menu tlii1 messenger resumed his sent In
the biily. and our triend name hack with ;
puzzled expression upon his countenance
to bis t eat.
A scene excellently acted was going on
upon the stage, but in the still continued
gaze of the mysterious lady we found'metal
Leaning back and sddrcssing our friend,
we remarked, 'Dick, that's a beautiful wo
man sitting in No. 0; who U she?'
'Ilxiig me if I know,' said he. 'but she'
a female sprig of the Smith family, and
she swears I am her brother '
'A brother, eh? Oil, then you'll intro
duce us '
'Neirr saw hrr before in my life; I'm
not ln'i briiiher; my mime is not Smith. '
'Hut ji. it'll be a Smith, wool you to oblige
n Imlj ; von'll be i lady's brother to i:iln'
dtiee H fiiend?' .
'Nunt'SPiise ll' tliilliiinr to joke about:
the woman must be rt7
At tis moiiient we p-n eived the lady'
fripnd comma inwards us again1
Sir,' said he, exruso me, but yon will
confer a great favor on myself and your
sister Miss Smith, I should say bj
merely stepping to the box a mnmeni;if she
could sec you a little nearer '
'Sir,' interrupted our friend in a half
angry tone, I never had not but one sister
in my life, and she is married, and has not
been inside of a theatre these ten years.
Tell Miss Smith I am very sorry, but rp
ally I am not the person she takes me
Feelirg titipquivneal symptnns of burst
ing into a roir of Ian gbler, we got up a
quick as we could lo the second tier, whence
we saw two gentlemen expostulating with
our young acquaintance in the I ox below e
finally got up and left them, seemingly out
of al' patience, and the next moment hp
fyiind him approarbing tis up stairs
'Well, Dick.' said wc 'are you going lo
introduco us to your sister!'
'Introduce yon'.' said he, 'why that girl
down there is mad; she's as mad as n
Match hare, and by thunder here she
romes!' and sure enough, at that moment
Alt's Smith appealed ascending the stairs,
attended by the two gentlemen' Dick
made a sort of half start lo run, and then
turned round upon Miss Smith and tier
friends like a wild beast at bay.
'John!' said the lady in a soft appealing
lone of voice."
Oenilem.in,' said Dick, in a strong de
cided manner, 'hold her. and I'll let her
h ive a look, if ihat will satisfy her '
'Ob, i ain't him.' said the poor desert
etl sisier, who, from the voice or something
else, now repined convinred that she was
ininukeii in fane) itig that she had found a
loeg lo.t brother
Upon my word, I am very sorry, Miss
Smith,, said Dick, 'but theie re plenty ol
iletil'ch good fellows of the name yon
want in New Orleans, anil your friend
will find liitlo difficulty in chasing up
John Smith for you, if you are particularly
Dick took our arm, bowing very pnlimly
to his would be sister, and we di'scemle.'
the siairs together, laughing re-nly to ahskc
to pipers t th i.burdiiy of ihe incident. r
N 0 I'icpytttit
Mhnles, t tie Greek admira', wins: tltut
povtrnment wituei) some money ;eol
lecied all tin remains of his own fortune, &
distiibnlel it amongst the captains and
-sailors; Uf 'I die,' H.ild-he, 'It will be libe
lee" to me sud if we rn viciotious, my
eoiiutry's safety will be to me an io,ple re
A tlord i)f Advice to ITtnibandt,
I.ove n ibni you m n be f.-;ire1 ; r-ilc i
h it yen may be hiuinr.til, he r,m iMIideri',
eft i.Mi tparh her to abus" ynti. If on sec
i built, let your love hhiu it ! if she rtouliniu
mi it, let your wisdom reprove it ; rebuke
let n.it openly lest she grow bold ; rebuke
hpr not tauntingly, lest she grow spiteful
liroclaitn not her beauty lest sho grow
iroutl ; boast not of her wisdom lest you be
ihought foolish ; let her not see your imper
fections lest sbe disdain you ; profane not
'ier ears with loose communication lest you
defile the sanctity of her modesty An un
dcisiandiitg husband will make a discreel
vife, and she will make a happy husband.
OOINrt THROUGH THE MOTIONS'
Thiro was a (ellow who, unfortunately
for himself and family, from being a pretty
good husbanJ took to drinking, and soon
became an idle, irifling vagabond. Coming
home one night, after having, as usual, been
on a debauch, he began to call lustily
'Wife! wife! I say, give me some Hiipper.''
The poor wife who, while she rnuhi do
so, provided fond lor the family by her own
toil, informed him, with tears in her eyes,
that there was nothing lo gel a supper out
'What,' said he, 'haven't you a piece of
'Give me a crust of bread then.'
Ue was told there was none.
WTall have y in nothing twitting!'
Nothing at all, 'replied the poor wife, 'not
even . crumb.'
After a pause Very well, very well!
five hip a clean plate, knife and fork. By
Jupiier! rili'n liro' the motions anjhoio,
if I starve afterwards!'
Dr. Franklin on Pridi:. In writing t"
Samuel Mather, when in his 79th year. Dr.
Frinklin relates the following anecdote;
'The ljt time I saw your father (Cotton
Mather j was in the begii.ning ofihe vein
1751, when I veiled him after my first trip
to Pennsylvania. He tereived me in bit.
'ibrarv, and on taking my leave showed me
shorter way mil of the house through s
narrow passage, wfiieh was crissed by a
beam overhead. We were dill talking: as I
withdrew, he accompanied me bphi.n. and
I , . .1 . ii .'ii . r I
I turning partly towards htm; till I fell m
head hit agxinst the beam. Hn was a man
m,.j . r .,:...
ilia, uu.il 1 lirocu HI1 III uaoilili I'l Lit
' fr 1
tnslrtiction.and upon this lilt said to mo, you
iro 'young and have the Horld hefete you!
J " 1
stoop as jou go through it, and you wil-
miss many hard thumps.'
The advice thus heat into my he id, added
the doctor, 'has frequently been nf use t
tnej and I often think of r '.vhen I ce prb't
mortified ind in isfot tunes UrnuJn i p u i
people bv their carry, g ilteirs hea.ls i .i
HOU' TO WHIG 11 i i i':; moo;,'.
It is relaied that the .Moors believe t!.i
Finiilis are possessed uf supernatural powei
Davidson, the traveller, was bald and won
toupet. A body of Arabs, havitij; sur
rounded him, hail commtneed plundering
his effects, andthreatened even his life.wbei
uddenly Davidson; calling upon them l
beware how they provoked the Chr slian
nower, dashed his false hair to the cround
saying' 'Behold my locks; your beards
. . . I
shall go next!' And the Arabs fled.aban
ning the plunder.
A COUSIN'S LIPS.
Tho lips of a pretty cousin, says the
Richmond Star,ire a sort of neutral cronm
between a sister's sr.d a stranger's' If yen
sip, it is not because you love, not exaeth
because you have tho right; nor upm
grounds Platonic;nor with the calm satisfac
lion that you buss a favorite sister. It is s
sort of hocus pocus comingling nf ull, into
which each feeling throws its part until the
itancatenation is thrilling exciting delicious,
and empharically s.ick. Thin Is as ppsi
to a philosophical analizatiou as we eat
well tome' All the girl's are the editors'
A eoriespotideni of the Picayune has such
i cold in his bead that he can't wash Ins
f.ice wilhiitii freiziitg ibe water.
There s rtn old fillow in Nashville who
Miores so I unci flint he is oh'lged to sleep at
o house in the next street to avoid wak
Tltere i a quaker in New Orleans si.
upright in all his" dealings, that he wiui'i
etett sit. down to eat his meals.
M ... Citing n .Well,' st,,) ,,e lancet;
' l - ------ -
MA il OIL BYA I2D
The subset diets have established nt tin
above place, n new AUltBLE YAM).
and will alw ays bo ready, at the shortest
notice, to furnish lo order,
MONUMENTS, TOMB. TABLES,
TOMB-S TONUS, HEARTH
JJMBS, HMNTL ES, PAINT
STONES, MULLEliS, Sic.
or any other work in their line. They nrt
also prepared to furnish WINDOW CWh
and SILI.S, DOOIl SILLS and STEPS.
fcc. cither of Ala. bio, Lime or any kind ol
stone that can be procured in this vicinity
IfTMlaving had considerable experienci
in the business, they pledge their work to
be executed in as handsome n style as tai
be furnished from sny yard cither in tin
city or country; and on as reasonable terms.
AUMSTKONG & HUGHES.
Bloomsbutg, Nov. 3, 1843. ly SB
mil.' ...I....-.!. - ... -
ml. cuuaiiiuui Luiiiuiuea iu carry on
CHAIR ilfA N U F A C TO R I N G
business at the old stiinil nf !$ Si S. Hugeii
btieh. where he will be ready at all lime
to luinish Fancy it Windsor Chaiis. Set
tees. Boston Rocking Chairs te, of even
deMTiption, uhii'li iiihv he ealleil lor, n'
short notice to d mi tlie mst reHHiiniihli
leriiis. He will also exeeoif lliiusie, Sign Si
Oitinme iiial Painting, urn! House Papering,
in a superior tnnniier,
From his experience in the bnsiiti ss.ninl
bis facilities of manufacturing the various
article of hip line, lie Halters hlmsi'l' that
bp shall he able in furiilsli as giod work,
and upon as reasonable terms a can be
done in tiip counirv, all of which lie ill
dispose of for CASH or COUNTRY
N. H. Ordprs from a distance will bt
strictly at.d punrtttallv attended to.
Blonntsl urg, Dec 30, 1843.
informs liis frlrnib
mid tliu Iravellingpulilic Hi
general, thai ho has tukrii
the utiove Hotel Mtunte in
the centre of the town ol
ty Pa. and forniely oecuni"
ed by D. ('lark. Where he will ho happy to wait
ii pon those who will favor him with their custom.
The Mitel is larce and commodious and vtcll
furnished throughout, and no pains will be spam)
llu it-uuri L:unrim kuiuiui null.
c0Hi table, will be furnUbcJ with the l.nt lb.
untry can nffurd.
I It! ii i. .., ., , . ri.
ins uar is won hinreu wiui me uri oi iinuorH.
i II . . I f i. I. I . .1 . ... i
t'.vcpllent fitiililini? l nltarhnt In Ibr phluliliwli.
mem und careful and attentive hostlers are always
Cattavvissc, May 13, 1S43 3.
i- n. r ips, ii ctfuily informs b"
, ul e p i piallv ;ihal he has
e'. I-' ow ii stand. III Blooms
nit' I ii t, i.i bv v i liam Robison.
nd il-at the llnuiie and Stables are under
ji itii! a Ihoroiiph repair As his bar will
lwa s be lurnisliPil witji the choicest of
l.iqiinrs, and bis Larder with the best (Ik
oarkvt affords, and bavinc cood Siablinc
tud attentive ho6tlcre, he with confidence
nvites all to call and test his ability as a
aterer fur the palate and stomncb, and flat
ers himself that none will leave dus;nitfi
d with their treatment,
Tl.- . .1. C .l. 1.1! .1
i'""'s m me enimg,
,'ome give it a trial, there will be no cheating;
Ueastand Alan shall always go away rejoicing,
Swearing by the powcrs.tliey'Ueallon returning.
June 8, 18447. 3m.
To the Public.
THE subscriber desirous ol quiling bus
ness reqnesis all those ii lit Im d to him lo
make tiav oipul iiunipiliali.lv
The following prices will be paid for
PRODUCE in exchange for his
STOCK OF GOODS
tiUOl) WHEAT .J. per bushel.
H U, Hi) cts.
CORN 45 and SO cts.
FI.AX KLFD -25
IT Goods sob! at i ost for the easl
But uo tudit y ii f ii alter lliii dale.
E. II. BIGGS.
fisole of JOHN BO IVY Eli, late, oj
iUuutvur township, Columbia cu
O'l'IOr. Is hereby given Ihut letters of Ad
ministration on tho above mentioned l.otjtc
Imvc leen granted to the subscriber residing
Monteur III persons indebted tothsai,l
tote ure hereby notified to muke immediate, paynieic
emu ilium iimiug riuuus arc rcimcstcu to proud
hhiu, prupcriv iiiiiiit nic.iieit,lii
JUlbN IjID'1 CllK JI, AdmliiUtistnr.
Augnst 10, 18M. Cwl7
BLANKS ! ! HLANKS ! !
Cr Jnsti.'-,BUnk EXECUTIONS am
SUmiOliS j,,st printed ad for U
I IIMC VtllUD
I'lUTIJHt! OF UKAliTll,
i-r n 4 I titlM. I 1- l...f!..f.1...1 I..
IJM I. Ml I It IS CUUt'riJUU III Ull llHllviiui.il ir,
I5JE. the absence of ill pain, suffering, or affccliuu
i fuy paitof tils boilji by tho free and regular cx
lsj of his functions w ilhotit nnv exception.
I'b.'V consist iu Imvitii! a sood nptirlltc at mcul
tihtV'j, an easy digestion, fref evacuations, without
looacreJS gr costive ncss at lesit onre iif every twen-ty-rJcrV
hoifrft, und vvilliuut best,diyneS, or burning
ictne pasiwgp, the free issue vf the wster vitliout
icrlniony or burnltitr, and without a teililiih eJi-
incnt which is utways a gn of a prcent or snap
iiroiichbii; pain: nuiet sleep without aailatinu o
tittnblcsonie ilreanu; no tntte of bile or other bail
Lutein the nioutli upon rising in the isormug; n
oUrni9 or disagrerablu rising of the stimuli; a
lean tongue; a sweet lurath; tin itching, pimplcr n
pots on the skin; no lilies; no biirubig heal to o:
iny part of the boily; no rxcrjsive thirst vvlun on-
po-ed Id labor or oilier known eaui-tj no imr-
ption. (to any natuial cv.icustlon, nor p.iin it ll.i i
Where the slate of the sv stem di'cs nut luitii on
with the uWv j picture of health, it is ol tin
.XTcalest importaiiro that mi tinm be loH m seudiii);
lor a doctor, or in tlie use ul lonltsh leuietlics lot
ftcn the result of speculation; inli iul of tlti I'min-i
a dose of llUAMIItKTH'a 1'II.I.H Iki ulru
hich will not deceive, but will at oner rtituii
health lo the organ or part that require it.
AM who wish to preserve their health, ell who
determined to defend their life lgtoust the en-
croachniciitsof disease which might n'lid llieui pre
maturely to the grave, will, without hesitation, have
recourse to tho 7irandrcth Pills, when the statu ol
tho system does not harmonise with the ubovo pic
tuie of health.
Those who live in a country where contagious m
other disease prevail, should nflcn think of this
truo picturu ofhcalth, and obi.eivc himu'lf with psr-
lemur attention, in order In act accordingly. 1 iu
iso and rightly directed will follow this outlet
the unwise arc left lo their owr destruction.
A G E N T S.
Washington Kobcrt M'Kuv.
.Iciseylown L. & A. V. iUcl.
Uanviilc iu. Ii. liryritildn i Oo.
(iSttawisi ('. O. Itrulwt,
l'liiomsburg J.R. Moyur.
Limestone Dnbbit & M'lS'inch.
lluckiiorn M. (I, Shnemnlier.
Lime Kidge Andre &. jliller
'crwtck - J W ililcs
May 4, 18 I t 2.
HAILS, SPSIESS? &C.
i'lic lllf30tb(ii R. IS. 1. V
flTMfTlIiL kep consUiitly on hand, a large at
V tt sorti.ient.oT
?, tILS, SP1KGS. ATiT) IRON'
hirlithey will sell by WHOI.KSAI IS ,sod HU-
TAIIi, niirl on at goad Itvnts an thr articles
can be clctvlicrc pureliwctl. MeiebnuU and
others, may find ii to their interest to cull. .Ml
kinds of grain received in payment.
-JOSUl'U j'A.Vi'ON, I'MMi.f.NT
Chair ft! an u fss ct o sy .
Til B subscriber hiiving established a V.' II
Cir.llli .ff..VW.It'rwftr on Maw.
trect, near the residenco ol ,. i, hr is rimv
prep.iu-d lo furnish C'iiabs of every des-cii; tinli, on
good terms us they on te j urchumil tisiviher.
the county. ,
Such as Beit l'nsts, U'tiunon Ilnl.f,
JtOSC Jl'lCl'i", fyc.
SIGN, ORN A M I5NTA 1 & HOUSE
iioc' -if-: p.iPEiiisv
his latter hcun n. iioiri 'ii "M cmcik c, he 1 1 h"i i?r
inn .' ! hu.e betlr tltsir any other peon ir
i-r-l'Ol'I.Ml PI.ANK will be Ukc-i i.
tient ul the highest ininket rice
JjA.MI till UAULAIJUUlt
Blooni6burg, July -1, It'lp
OULD rrspeetfuily inform it.
citizens of Blooiusbtirg. and i
ieinitv, that he still eontliiUL's to ei'irv i l
the above biis'miss, ai bis old sinblisl
laud on the curnrr vf Ahtin unit 1'ai.l
ilreels. Huviul' rn etveil the JiTES I
I'lllLADEU'M.'i mid Mill YOt.h
FASHIONS, in connection with Seoti A
Willson's Highly Improved paient fori ut
ing garments in the most fashionable tutui
ner, warranted to fit without any possibility
of failure, and feeling assured ft urn bis lour
expenenco in the business, that work e.c
cutcu at his shop, will never be complained
nt, tie nopes, ny strict attention to Imsincsc
to reccivo a share ol public patronage u
ric-i, ii, iaoii, nnu an hinds o
. i x, I- n i oil i
OO UK TRY PRODUCE; only mbtn n
payment for work done, at the ma.uet pn
ccs. unnrires tor woru nuuieratti to suit
Bloomsburg, Nov. 3, J 843. 28
3?.&3P;S1 SJisPIsifi 3
II K cubseribcr hnvlnc rstnllislicd a PAW.
MILL at MILL CIIOVK. ncor yiloomsl urir
C'olumlila county, where he has the lal) et Immiov i i
.M.icniM.iii, uuil huvmg fnllnwcd llio business foi
twenty j earn be isi) iifident ho chu fuiiiish asgooii
popei iiiii in mo louuiry aim on as reasunalil)
Icinw to printers, Merchants nd I.rwvers.or im
persons who tiny want the article. ! sUo.kscps
. rstintly on Vnd Wttomej's Cap, Fool's Cn
Letter, mitiug, Printing ami Wrapping psirr of
in .. .ii, mu uisuiuiicni m ocitoor, jook
.lo, Bltulc IknV. Extra hound. Full bound, nd
nan imunu oi oiisiies and, assortment ol writing
hooks &c, He is ready to exchange lilt above fo'i
raper or dookj, lor lints ot Sizing,
illgrovcj February 20' 1811 if,
purstiince of tb dircclim nail Injunction
it mi .et of Hip t eucrst Aseiuhlt of this im
unwiallh, the 2.1 day of Fiibruvy, A. D. 13(5
! i ', relM (Jim mittre, tlist 'in election
. 1 I .' i. '1 by the
mii.l.er. ' I I.'.
?eiis qii tlineil to vote fnr
.1 Vim i.i' i , til irvBinli
i It i jim flic uc s in the cMjilt, II 'wiilurnlii i. u:i
Friday the Ixl dny of Nov. next
("hot being the full Kridjy preceding the firtl
U rihii'mUy iu Decern her.) ut with h time and pla
cet will be elected TWENTY cIX PKKiONa.as
Electors of a l'retidcnt and Vice President of the
'i'he scteial .Indges, Inspectors and (Jlorks, who
ihiill attend tho (.lection for Members nf tho Ocm
oral Assembly, imoiediutelv meccdiiur litis elec
tion, sh'ill attend and perform tho liko dn'ici ut the
M l.lCi-tiDii of I, lectors, ami ho subject lo the like
penalties fur ncch cl or misconduct, as Ihcy are lin-
ileto at the election jf the Members of the General
yilooiii trin'mhiii, nt the house ofChailei Doe-
ltiiur eieck towiit,liin,it the town-house in tier
Catawissa township. ut tho houso cfStucy Mar
ioieni. in tho town of Oulquissn.
Oerry township,nt the houfo of Jacob Scidcl, in
irtlil b.wi nlilp
1-ihmg eiuek toviiliip, nttho House of Uamcl
Pi e'er, in &utl towntnip.
I runktui l(.uii'.-liii, nt llionhool house, near the
house ofJchli Mrl.ih.i't raid tnwililiip.
Ortenwood township, ul the Imuse now occupied
by John Lemon,
Hemlock tnrvmhin, ut the houue of John Me.
IleynolJ, in Raid township.
Jackson towmhip,at the house of Jo.-hua Savage
in said township.
Liberty to. v.nship, at the house of Hugh McKI
ralh, in said township.
Limeston township, (a seperatc i-tection ilis
trict) at th Union School IIoum', in said towm
Mttcmnf lewiu-inp, at llio uourt tiouto in
Mifflin township, at the house of John Kellcrjr,
in Mid townshin.
MaiiiMn luwtiabip.nt )he house now occupied by
John nclfttar, m Jerseyluwn.
Vsuat Pbtiaut township, nt the house of Fred'
crick Miller, in said t.jwn.v'.iiii.
Mriitenr ttntisliip, nt the house ef Liouard Lar-
rui, m raid Uiwnslup.
linnriiig crei k lo'vliship, at (he houso now or
cupieil hy Ail.mi Ouble, in said ownship.
Oraiigo township iu tlie house of 'iiorge A'ciplc,
in the oii of iJiaiignMlli
') he District ivinpond nf thatpnit of Aifilin
in-, i.ft'ip. I.udill for u new IriiMishiii. lo be. c.dled
P.i tiM ' which, by nu act nf Assembly, passed th
Irst ilii (I ;MI, isati, viw estatiltslicd Into a
sep.ii.ic elei lion dii-t ict, ut the house of Adam
.Mich." 1. iu the siul dintiict.
YuKey lowinshlp, ulthe h.iuse nv occupied b
-f oh ;i u-. in hVm tMi-hip.
At w hi h liinii im I plsce are lo be elected by he
Iryrim ii ol lie counU oi Cnlunibia.
In I i.r-uniii'i. i.t mi in inf the fieneriil srembly
nt llu- 'oi'l i.iiiittc.ihli nf Peillisvlvuiii.1, entitled
' n .1. t ie iiniii to the eleelinnoi this ('eimnoii'
Mult!.,' ,.. m.I ib.-Sd day of July, A. A. ISD'J
Ni ice m hereby given
''I t ( verv ei .iiii I'li'ri.t justices of the pence
l.ii i h. ul! h' .tti ,lTir(if ippointmrn of profit
I trust uml.-r the "merriment of tho United Sutes
nrof this t'lalo. or of any city or incorporated dis
trict, whelliur n crmiinissioned nthcer or otherwise.
suboidm.ile einccr or agent, whu is or shall hi-
eniplovi.l niiiVr tliu leRihitivp, executive or jut I
tary ileturttiient ol this Mutn or nt the L'r.iloi
Stiitos, ornf any city or incnrpot.itcd district, anil
iilso evcrv member cf I'migifn.nnd of the i"tati
Legislature, uuil ot the select or common council ol
any city or eomnilst-inriers of any incorporate)
listnct, Is, Itv lw. mc:iu!h-ul huldiiirx or exercis
ins; at the same time, ihe oD'.ei r urnppnintii'cnl i.(
Hidje, tuspectoi, or I lei!;, i.t thu ( umiiionweullb
mil thai no inspector, Juilce .vr oilier olllcer of nii
uch i lietioii, null I e eh 'il.ie to at v eflicc to li
l.eri votr.i f.)i.'
And the sai.l Act f Issembly. eiititlnl -an Ai
slating l i lb, tleiiunt i.f ilii ( orumnnwc.ilth
"tstPil Julv 2d. JS30, fuilher piovidw at follrn
Vli.il din h.'i'tcte.s mil 'j.ic clu en r
liuietuiil.sii hi ii1 ( I al I'm rei ecli.e rii-.c'S.imu.ii i
it for holdinu the i Ifc'i.u Ui ll'hdistni t Ii vthi-i
luy respf) livel , belong,
hifiire 9 oVA ; thr ,oniin in, Fn
day the 1st day (if Nov. uet.
rh of fnid lusj oc.tnts shall appoint om
who thall lieu ipjalilicdvoler ol suchdis
In case the person who iliull hnvo received the
sicoud highest number of the votes tor Inspcctoi
shull not ullrnd on tho tiny of any elcctioni tho poi
son wlio shall have received theiecond higliestnurn
lumber of voles for judgo ot the next preceding
elcction.hhal) act as luspecctor in his place, und ii.
case the pi rsrm who sh ill have received the second
highest number ut votes lor Inspector shall not at
tend, the person elected u J udgo shall appeint on
iiispcciorio ms piacc; una in caso too ierson elect
cda jttdj;ofch.ill not attend then tho Inspector who
received tho highest number of votes e!ui appoints
JuJrjo iu his plaic;und if any vacancy shall con
tipuo in the bunul for Ihe spaco of one hour oftei
the time hxed hy law lor llio opening uf the dec-
twn, Ihe qiiLitfieil votes of the township, ward oi
uisiiui n.f in.i.jt jkU tmeernmil hovo liccn elec
td, present at the j lace of election, shall elect out
of their namlxir to fill mib cicuncv.
u suau ue tne duty ol said assessors respective
iy, iv uuctiu m uiu piace oi iiuming every general,
special, or townshhi election, duriim tho uhnh
time the soid election is kept open for the purpose
"Binug iiuiiiiiiiiiiuii io ine inspector and jiulf-
....v.. ..in,, ii, iiiuiiuu io mo rigui oi nnv
person assesscn hy them to veto at such election
or such oilier matters in relation to tlm sssptimpi.
of voteri as thr suid inspector or judge, or either of
mrm, snaii irons iiuictu time ri'(uire.
o persvii emu le mil Itid In xnt at o.,.
clectletssi kforessid Uhei ihan a whiltt frfcuoni,!
meret iwsnty.oue vinrs or men, ivhti il.r.l!
neve reaiasa in inn state at If nst one j rnt, sen ip
uiw finuss unuiii ivuere m t'licrt. to voir at leu'
I . n Ammm Imm.JI.i..!. . . . 1. .1 .,
,.....;.Wn..,.M ,iH (, ,, rieriiun, anil
wumwj iwe jeer paid am' . ,)Uuty tax, w hi
fiinii nsvetieeo tsstvscd nt le.-st ten doys rii;.n
cli.timi. Put eitiicnrf tho I i.lnd Hti
hud previously Vein s iuii(ied voter of this sts'e
and rrtnoved thee, from and nluit.id, and wit V
.1..11 1.... .t.ii in ,i, uitn;, .it.,.!., i. to
taxes as aiuresniu, euuii ouLiuiiiru iu vine; alter rtf
siding in this stato six months; Provided, That thi
whits fiecnicu ctt liens l the Unilrd btatesiclwrtni
tho agot of twenty -one and twenty two.niirl linvii,,
irsideij In this state ONl'l YKAK, nndln I hn rr, ,
lion district TUN DAYH, an aforsead, shall ,
entillcd to vote, although they shall not have put
'No person shall lie ailiuitlad lo vote wlici
unrne is not contained In this list of taxjblr InliolJ
Hants furnished by the commissioners as aforcstij
utiles, Fimr: he produces a receipt for the y'
incut within two yesrs, of a stale or county tax.iv
srsseil nurrPftlilv In ihn rniiutltiitinti. ami oivt. anti. A
l',.f.,..lr nfal.lnL.A. ..ill.,.. ,u. 1.1 n.,ll. fl.. I
I nil nr nli mini ntn nllirtnallfili i.t niiiminr. thai I.. I
ij. ..rti.l cii.'li nt mi lailurn In ..rrwliw.. 1.
i'imiii. linn tiiavf. .tain in ii. iinvnipni iiir.rp.,1,
bicuMil-il he claims u right In vole by heme ,m
elevt it beivern the uges of liveiity-one und tvvcnl;
i vo venri, he sh ill di'iniso on oath or tiilirniittiuri.
next licinre his an, hc.nioii, and unit e such proof of.s
resijeiice in tliu 0 strict us is leiii.ircd by tin's act:i
ami iiiii ue uoej verny ueuuvv, iruui uiu accoutitii
given him; that hu is ol llu. rtgc aforesaid, and gitt
such other evidence as Is reuuind by I hit act
VI' I, nr. .1... ..f .1... ,., ... ..I, ,. !,,.! .
vote, shall be inserted in the alphabetical list bv the
,1 llblbll 'Ull ,(,. lll.ll.V VI ..... ll.t.UII DU uuiiniti'M III
inspectors, and a note Hindu opposite thereto or
writing th word tax il he shall be admitted to
vote by reason of having paid n tax. er the word
age,' it he shall bo admitted to vote on account of
hiss age, and in cither cnc;, the reason of such votu
sh'illho called out to the clcrks.wlio shall muke tlio
like holes hi tho list of votes kept by thciii.
lit nil cases where tho mum of the person
claiming to vote is not found on the list furnished
by the commissioners and assessors, or his right to
votu whether found thereon or not, is uhjoclrn to by
any ijuihlicd citizen, it .shall be the duty uf the
inupcctnrs to examine such person oniMtli n lu
his quulillculiutis.und il ho claims I.T have lesided
...IlliiM it.,, lulit C.ip mi. vn. i.r ..... .. l,iu ,,.,ll. I.ll
bu sutficiciit pioof thereof, but he slitill make proof
by at least one competent witness, who shall ben
luclihed elector, that lie lias resided within Um
district for more tli Jiitcn dsysmxt iiutneUistely pre
ceding sjiu election, ami Mull also Iituisclt sweat
that his botiulule rrsidtneo ill pursuance ul lug
lawful culling, in withllig the di-tiict and that lie
tliu i:ut leinovc into said district, for the purpose cf
l.very person imahfied as aforesaid, and who
shall muke due proof il requiird cf his'iesidcme
and payment taxes, at uforeauid. shall be uduiittcd
to vuio iu the towushin, ward ol uistnct in ulutli
he shall reside.
Ifotiy person shall present or attempt to picvent
any olliccrs of an election undci this act from hold
ing such slcctions, or use or threaten uny violence
iiuv ollicer, or shall interrupt or improperly inter
fere with him iu the execution of hi duty, or 'lull
block up' or uttempt to block up tho window or tho
avenue to uuy window wliere the samo may be
holdeii, or shall liotously disturb the peace al such
election, or shall use oi practice any intimidation
thrcuts, foico or violence with design to influence
unduly or overawe uny elector, or to prevent him
fiom voting or tu restrain tkefieeilom .if choice,
such person on conviction shall be lined iu nnv
sum not exceeding Cvc hundred dollais, andl'
impiisoiieil for any lime not less than one nor'moru
than twelve months. Audif hetlijll be shown In
the eouit vi here the trial of such offence shall be
hud, that he person so otlendod uus not u resident
of the city, ward, dlstrist or township where the
suid oUeiico was eoininitied, and nut entitled to vote
therein, ti.en on conviction, he shall be sentenced
to pay arum not less than one hundred nor morn
ihun one thousand dulluis, and be .imprisoned nut
less thun six months nor more than two years.
'I I uuy person or persons shall make any bet
nr wunur iirmn tlu result nf nnv rlrrtinti within till
Ciuniuoiiweiltli ur sliull oiler to make und null
bet or "agar, either by verbal proclamation thereof
or by aiiy writen or printed advertisments; chal
lenge or invite any person or persons to make such
bet or wagor, upon conviction thereof he or tlt-y
shall forfeit and pay three times tha amount so bcl,
or offered In be bet.
'If any prion shall vote at more tlnn ono elcf.
tion district, or othcrwine fraudulently mle more
than once on tho some ilay.nr shull fraudulently
fold and deliver to the inspettnrs two tiiketsh.
gcthcr, with the intent to illegally vote, or shull
vote the tuinoor if any shall advhn or procure on
other solo do, be or they to cUciiding shall mi
conviction be lined in any sum not less thun fifty
nor iiir.te llimi Jive hundred dollars', and be impris
oned for any term not less than three noi mure than
'If any person not (uulificil to votu in thir com.
trionweallh agrreal la to law (except the sons of
tpiulified cili7cus) tin II appear al any place of elec
.loii fir the purpose ol issuing lickcli, or of influ
nciiig the citizens qualified to v cite, he shall oo
unvii tion, foileil' and pay any sum not exi ceding
uo bundled I'ollars for evc;y stub offence and be
niptboiuncMd for any term lift exceeding three
'! he 'ud.teinrp to muke their returns for the
finu (.1 1 olt.mbiu.Ht the Court House ;n IJnn
:lli on M ond iy the 4th of duy November, A. U.
Otd have the C nin'ofiwcntth
1RAM UERR, Sheriff'.
MiKniii' 3 i irrit'K, j;rtiiniie, ;
Nov i'j.i8M. ;
T livCri'dit Sjhtfrn I'ums io HI IK It
is now an acknawlexed fuel, ihat the
CASH SYSTEIVS is the onlv Irue
one, both for the BUYER and SELLER.
JUST RECEIVED OUIi SECO.N'U SI'OLK OF
OSTE nlvo 1)Ccn selling goods on tho C.IHIt
WW NVSTEJtt sinco last Anril. uml iki.ni.
versal popularity with all who linvn nlrrn ... u
call and seen for themselves, and the immense sav-
o tusiuiuers, iiiuuces ineni lo invite the
reoders of the Columbia Democrat to a trial of iu
Our stock of Goods consists of all the variety of
DRY GOODS, GROCKHIF.S.
ROOTS, SHOES, HATS.
usually kept in a country store.
All of which have been purchased in New York
und J'hiladslphia, fur the CASH ONLY. Ilv
this means, wo pay fot no man's goods but ciir
owu, and we ASK no additional p.olit from our
customers lo pay bad debts; thus having no lossn..
wi- UAN fcSEl.L ot .SMALL ADVANCES, and
W E 1)0 IT, ton, Icyond all question, os every
body knows who have bought ol us.
Cur Kir.ro is in Ihe Ullll.'K UlllLDINO.at the
r -ie rt ,M II atrcet, ond tho llloomsburg road,
opji'.Mtc Mr, A. .Montgomery'! btinie Houtc.
U e invite EvKIIT 1'kiisov In mil uml seu nur
joods. VV m niA nit r..,!,l 1...... ,v,,r..
. "..v .iu, iti.uiu IU Nlun llMlll.
RUSSEl. & ORIER.
Dunvillo July 4 144, p4iiil3