The Columbia Democrat. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1837-1850, November 09, 1844, Image 3

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    COLUMBIA COUNTY
Presidential
ELECTION K E TURNS.
NOVEMBER 18'M.
( Official.)
I'OLK OlAY
Illnnm, 213 220
Hrier creek 270 ISO
Cniiawissa 108 104
Deny "280 05
Fishing creek 108 33
Franklin 01 03
(JrnonwoD.l 108 100
Ilemlnrk 138 'Oil
.Ln-kson 00 4
Liberty 183 07
Limestone 100 33
Mahoning 214 217
Monteur 112 40
M film 207 02
,M',.linn 221 72
Mi Pleasant 03 35
Or.nge 142 02
I'axlon 128 10
11 infill 1 creek 238 138
Sogarlnuf 105 31
Valley 82 08
3370 1738
Polk' majority, JG'?12.
1 WBW9M
CANADIAN A.FFAIRS.
The election? whirl) have juM terrni
rinieil fot the. Provincial P .rli.nneni
fhuw :m cviilrnt majority for I he cm -..ivalive
infliience mill ihc policy ol
SrChBilert Mutolfi;. The MontiesI
Herald, one nfthe organs of Su L'h irlc,
fliiifn'S I he members alu-ady rcturn.
as 2S ""onservniive, 11 Knlical and S
rloubtful, while, the Pilot, nil nppoiiin
paper, places the lesnll 2(1 Reformers.
lSToriiP, and 1 douhifijl. The Qiebei
Gazctlo consider Ihc e.ltdion of Di
Wolfred Nelson in the coun'y o'
Richolieti, which was I he scent: of It's
'X)loiis in 1S37, as one of .ihc worv
symptoms ol the spJiii ol the limes. M
DECLARE!) SANE.
The son of CirnpbeU, i he po-l, who
for fomleen years, Ins been Hie inutile'
flf a lunslic a'j'liun hi I he inflaiice of In
father. ha been decird of sound mind
by a jury properly imp innelleil.
The toi.il revenues of the Prince of
VVales,now 3 yenitj ohl;(liom the Duch
ies Giiiiiwill 1 1 1 1 Line ii r) amounted
in ihe yeir, ending the 31-n ol D.cin
hi r last, io upw.tnU of 73,100.
li is cm io in 'nniiiiii lint neiiicr in
G i main nur Fi incc do we uteel with
Weekly j illllljlc Tills l.iller t n cLj
which appeals pecnlnr in ISn'and
The . Her . is in f.iii way
to h
'Inh'fd nht nival. lli Maj f y
.fn si (lln s t i .i innii' i A'i'X.iiidi i. in, ii
liu-ti.incl V Albert, and then Imir ehi
dien are called A lulaid", A I bur l , Alie
and Alfred.
The Hamburg (S. O.) Journal of the 23d
ini. Havn: We noiiee that several pencil
anil cherry trees in the city aro in bloom,
-.mil that ibe UHei have ihc second growth
of fiuil on (hem.
LACONIC !
The Democracy of ihe rily nnd cniintj
nf Philadelphia asi-eiiibleil in ureal niiiiilier.
at the Reading Room, on Siiiurday even
iujj, to leheii tie eindi upon their ulnrimi
victory in Pennsy vnuia. A series of ex
cellenl repohniiii.t! rre idfiLMlliv .losenb
Puifli, Esq. and ailupttd, among ulue'i
the fiillo t int;:
Resolved, That Lehigh HAS dune bet
"r:'
THE LATE (J A I.E.
The trcmeuuuiis title, i lneli in in
devasiaiii u enure ln pr .hiraied bin dina"
trees and nlmosi everv thinn intural and
nrlifieiid in the islainl.s of Ivej ( eel and
Cuba, 'Hissed us bv iilniut even a pas.i iu
nntiee. The dreadful .icrounii. nf ves-eis
,wreeked iii.it liven lost is icalh heart
Mckening, and niust resllv rause deep
Ptinpathy in tin- piiMic mind f r the he
eaved rr-latt icx of lb -e U ere
nwalliKvrd in the r yi"ii (J.ilf. 1'ent.rtenla
iazellc.
THE
Ih.ooitSliLT.O, Nov, 9, ISM.
Whea',
Corn,
i Mnvoi prrtl,
J'l.txsveil,
Btit'er.
f).its,
15
45
50
25
10
85
8
Tallow,
10
7
Lwl
Driptl Apples,
Whito iesns
)eeiwitVi
50
80
i!5
New GooMsJ
Seasonable and Cheap.
KBR & IIEFLEY
HiV'E just recoived from Phlladelpaia,ttid art
now opening a largo assortment of
1TEV7" GOODS,
which they offer to the public at the mt reduced
prices lor
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
1 hrir stock of goods cons'uts in psrt, af Supcrfilm.
rummon andcoaisc cloths, cassimers, Satinets,
MuHii3, Silks, Satins, Mousrliuc dc Lainea,
Lawns, Mcrinocs.Laco.s, American Nankins,
brown Hollands, Flannels, -V ill and cot
ton Velvets, Silk ami roltnn ilnmlkwr
chlefs.Lady's andGenllcnien's White
& colored Hose Gloves and Mils
Or ALL SORTS AND SIZK8,
fZC, ir Sic, c5iC,
CmiMsiing in part of
SUGARS, COFFEES Si TEAS
of sorted qii drier.
MOLASSES. FISH Si SPERM OIL.
Tobacco, Snub", Spices, S.iH ,Sonp, Ciimllcd &c.&c
L V E II P O O L
AND ,
ucciiswarc
of every description that may he re-paired.
Hardware .Cutlery &c,
OF ALL KINDS.
liar
lieu, tidon ana jjuivi iron una
Tire nf every desctintion tint;
cul'ctl for.
A large aiortinenl of Plnnc liils. chisels, Fili'K
Shovrls and Tong'!, Kuive- & forks, Pocket nni
I'en KnivcH.Talilo and Tea Spooni, colVoc Will-
l' lax seed Uil, ami spinn cl I urpcntincj BWeepnn.
iruihcs, weavers briHiicj; shoe liruScs, ciolli biusb
m, corn hrooins, ixc.
The public are requotcd to call mm examine for
ihemsclvei before they purchase eUcwheic. W'
ell cheap and no mutake.
IJIoomsburg, Nov.0, 1814. 29.
RIGHT & USFTo
Under ilin heailing of Rene', Rmd, R.
win lie fecu an arncie in wn- i jie I J.Mtiiii'rni
wiillen. an tile writer s i) , lor llie purpoji-
uf retrueliut; anil rea'seriint;, nsner ihmii-
uiailH oy Hie wriler, Aller wliinli lie gnep
in w Hi :i yarn in the lo.'lotV ng manner.
1 shall cuileaviir in tier! inn my laik iiecnril
mi; In the n i ui re ol the uubjeei, mid rel all
ny .iSHurllnna upon rea jntnolu and Mill
''Hinilaiiiiiip, such a cuiwiol liu htnlion &
V liur wlni'li he eUiuiH o have kept tu ilu
nub fur once. Had the Ilounruble saui
mil 'rest icy sserinii upuii unreu'.ouabli
mil s niily fntind ilion-i,' ii vv tin h.t v u been
'iiiiiest a'.nl m the point. Hut I muni! in
ny IiijI under die beading (,f TRU I'll
W I I'llOUT FEAR, ihc until, ibu mIii.I,
irutn and noihing but the tiiuh and ihcre
lore eoni-uler II unnecessary io go lo the
trouble of wasting ink anil paper, for ih'
purpose of aimwerpig Mir.li nrgiinienia as
ppeuied over the signature of our llrolhrr
Chip, the ninth pari of a man.. As 1 said
before, all persons willing lo know the
iruib nan be satisfied by calling at my shop,
is I am piepared, as before, lo show the
report and fashion as I told Die G N I'LE
V1AN. O.ir worthy s.i tall.s ol seeing
the I'aphinn lor '44, but is not houeM cuiiugl
ui'say 14 anil liv.llut we w ill not be haul
'inl, will attribute that to his tdinrltict's n
'ireiith.as it lakes a lung winded man lo m
'II and fi e, winch is the iruib, as he
lore Mated, The Cent It.inan keeps ten
lark alum! t lie 'l eu DnlLrs I nlfi red lo tin
liim, alnr deu ii'g my baring the N. ViuK
repnrts which I inlii linn I had at the housi
This as uell.iif llie mm, 1 Mil piepared n
prove at ul ) lime, and llie lark dare inn
lake me up nor deiij it. but aller a lime
sigh and a iwiai or iso, he allntnd In
iiuii nut he 'nuch iifriiid lo litk a V thai
I eculd not priiiluee tin. New Yoik reports
hut took mighty good en not to pet mr
ihe in.. ney. Know ing very well on whiel
Mile his bread was liu tered Reciilhr) oli'
birds are not in be ( Mie.ht with eliiill'; hut a
live dollar lull would have u Mrnnger trnden
e in keieh tin tn. I will no' go llie tinu
bli olsinic in-had not lic money (per-
li.,n he Ii;hI. Inn did nut like the iinlion ol
h : i.. ..... ..i i,.,, ..r .!. l ,...i 1,
tllllisilli! II. M i. , I'l .1 I'll ii i'lt.i ninu
beiiiL' the lael t li.it the more iruihs I D6s:',
the mure falaelwods will be backed up a
gainst llieni. I hate lor my pan, (so fat)
as honor to mysell anil to my on upation
jOiWill allow me, determined not to answer
any mure such nuilaiuliMi untruth, lint ny
wav ul conclusion. 1 would now ami tor me
lasi timo, say in our worthy friend P. afier
a resolution according lo his own request to
keep cool and nut wei.r, say (farewell)
ind may ynn lung live, and have time to
repent, and enjoy yourself in this land nf
Peace nnd Pleitiy 'Oiicu more, FARE
WELL.
HERNA1U) RUPERT.
Dloomiburgi Nov. 0, 1844,
FALL &. WINTER.
n mm
NEW GOODS.
ffJI, JI'KELVY & COo
HAVE jurt recclveil.anu are now opeuing u
large and exfenshe awrtment of
New (kOoiI
uitable to the season, ronsUtingol all the varieties
ever kept li n country more. Among their assort
ment may be founil the louowing.
Dry oods.
Ttrnmlrliitlu. nf nil rolnrs. nualities and price?,
S.itiinettn. and vari iui other kinds of
cltin, flannels Valencia, Aarsci!lcc.6'ilk and othet
vestiiiKs, trenrn wti r;ngusn iiennors, uuui..-
n n rush nna ilc C icoea. IrMtl J.incna, ouk.
llandkerchiffj. a variety ofSilk
and Cotton itoeklnt-n, 01ove mid iVitn for l.adiea
oml UenllemHn. It rt and eatticr cloves, blcnelieil
and unbleached Mulln, nf lmnt every quality
Tickims and other cotton chccki. velvet raps, i.n
liesand Children's shoes of all kinds. Men's thirl;
mid ihin boots and hIioos India ftnb'icr over fhoes.
eoltou yarn, carpet yam, candle wick, V.c.
GROCERIES.
I.iiiuor" of all ki ni's of the ben quality, MolaWf
?im-i nfvarinus oualilv.f Inllee. 1 eas.hpiee3,?rerii
ami Fish oil, coarse and fine .Salt, Candles, Full.
si twsc avsnrlnieuf nf F.arlhen Quecw:
a in Glosswitru.wxmtnw'jlinii
if all srce, L'jofcing
git met, eye
Hard-ware.
Coe knhw ant forks, stnp knives
Bulls and Scrcioi ttll sizes ,
Ptitl and d uir Lneki. Saddle
Hurncst arid Coach Trim
tilings. Saw Mill and
Hand-taw. round,
square, and flat ar in n
sheet iron, wttggnu fire, of
a size, in fact every thing
in the Hardware line from a
cambric needle up to a blacksmith's
anvil.
All of which will be sold 'n exchange for CASH
I.T'MBElt.and COUNTRY PRODUCE of all
kinds, on the mot rcosmiibio terms, and we invite
out friends to rail and examine fr thcmielvcs.
Nov. 9, 184429.
NoHtsmbiis!
CHARLES
KASL3?.
"HmMllRVflNG the present opportunity ol
S'V exprc tins his thankfqhiesa.to his frirnds.snil
the public generally, for the uIitoI pa'ronnge he
ha heretofore received, informs hi friends and tin
I'liblie in general, that he slill continued to t arry or
the above business at his old eftabliklicd stand, or
'he corner ol Main and East strec's, where hi
hoped, by strict attention to busincs, to receive
and merit a shato of public patronage as heretofore
HQ deems it unnecessary logo into the game of
brag. or lo un any soft mulder ahnnt his SICII.I. ii
he PROFEhlON or CA"M ''INI' CUTTING
as his shop is of long standing, and his work In
thinks ill apeak for iteif, and fur more lotide
than words. Hut. he would merely say that. Ik
warrants htswor'' done with tiewtne, duribililv
ind in llie latest fashioniible manner, and will en
sure a cood til in all cac-.
K. II. Charges moderate ,e suit the times. All
kinds nfenuntry piodure taken in exchange fur
work, ot market prices.
libntnaburg, Zov. 9, 1844. 29.
virtue ot a writ ot testatum liera la. to me
directed will be exposed lo public sale.at tin
Court llousr, in Danville on the UUth day ot .Nov
it 1 o'clock t M.
On a certain lot of L'ronnd siluatfl in the
iwn or.lcrFcyiown, Mailn-nn tnwnslnp, t-ol. co.
villaining ono eight " I an acre more or Irxs, bound
d in flout by main Mrcrt, and by laud of John
Wellhcrand Richard Fruit, whcicon is erected
I i a mo
DIVE LUNG HOUSE
'J 3 8 I M
AND
SBBOP,
mm
and ST Mil,:.
Weired taken in execution and lo lie sold 03 the
iirorutv ol James linnet, in the hands of his mi
iiiliilt(r;iiom Jbhri Llarirt unci iiugii Aicbiraui.
IK AM DERR. Sheriff
Siir.itiri 's Orrici:. Danville
Nov. Oih, 1811.
NOTICE
Is herebv i:i'eii to all eoncprneil, that 1
have purchased at Constable sale, as tin
property of lieoruo Kice, llie lollnwiiit'
iifniieriv, tnd have left ihe same in his pos
(essinn during my pleasure, and forbid anv
persnti luKing it Irom htm, cnlicr ny pur
ii.ine or otherwise, without my conecnl.
I wo (.oirel inarrs. one hay coll. on
whi'o and blai k cow, one red nnd whin
ln-ifler tun (lid: two plows, one harrnw
one Milting box, one bail f twenty hrt
lien s of w In at in il.e ernnnd, one half (
eenn retrs nf rc in the ground, fifwei
anrb of ri'tn, 460 slirvf nf oalF, half nl
600 Micars of rye, half nf 2000 Hhcaven in
wheat, imp urns id hav. 9 flioat. ono tw
horse waognn. two setts of waggon gears
one windmill, one siovr, five pieces of pip
and elbnw, one ling, ono corner cubboarii
and one nteniln clock.
JACOB WORKHEISER
Nov.0, 144.
SHERIFF' SALES.
rfcY virtue of tundry tend, exponas to me di
IJB rected, will be exnored to public aale at the
Court House, in Danville on Saturdey, the Ifith
my ol November next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. tne
following property, to wit s
A certain plantation and tract nf land sit
uate in Driercreck townnhlp, Columbia county,
containing two hundred and twelve acrea, more or
lej, bounded on the eanl by the .Susquehanna ri
ver, on the west by the main road leading from Or
ingcvills to Berwick, nnd adjoining lands of John
Howman and other lands of defendant, all of which
is in a high state of cultivation; wherron it elected
a large frame
DWELLING
HOUSE'
largo
and other out buildings.
scuro taken in execution, and to be ld as the
property of bilbcrt Fowler.
ALSO
A certain tract of land gilitatn in Dcm
(ownnhip, Columbia county.adiolnlnglandaof John
Ulcer f'ainucl liriltaiu, John llentield, the widow
'unnle h heirs, and others. conUiuini: ono hundred
and tixty acica, more or less, jvhercon in erected
two
LOG HOUSES,
ONE
FRAME BARN,
nd other out buildings, a good
APPLE ORCHARD
ith the appertenanccs.
fci izcil taken in execution, and to bo sold as the
propeily nf Ucnjsuiin Lake.
LSO
A certain tract of laud situate in Fishinp
reek township, Columbia rountv, containing one
bundled anil twenty nine acres, more or le, ad
ji.iuing lands ol Christopher Dovririan, John 15u.k
lew and other, who eon is erected a email
Frame SIot5c.
U i
11 II I ;
oNn
Log Barn
.ml SAW MILL
m
mi
Seized taken in execution, and to ue sold in ihe'sb'rtion to the rising generation, in this new and
'ouerlv of Daniel l.veland.
ALSO--A
certain lot ofuroun l siiuate in llie vil
ige of Oraugcville, Columbia county, containing
me liall'acwj whereon is creeled two
P rame Houses
AND
FRAME Sl1BLi:.
lyiujj on main j'.rcct, numbered m the plan of raid
town, adjoining lands of Is lac Kline and others,
seized, taken mexccul'on, and to be suld as flic
jroperly ol't'liiuUs H. Mcbcison.
I It A M U lilt it. Shcrijf.
Sitr.mrr's Orrtcn, Danville,
Oct., 20, 184 1.
SHERIFF SALE'S,
EY irtuc of a levari facias to me directed, will
buexpiihed lo public tale at llie Court House
11 Uaiiville, on 6'aiurday the ICth day of Movetn
ier ncxt.at 10 o'clock A. Al. the (oliowing propei-
to wit .
All ihat certain tract ol laud, adjoining
lands nf P. K.llcrhine, Adam .Marks, David Bach
man, Philip ioitand other lands of the said Sam
uel Yost, containing
be the same more or lets.
tei7ed taken in execution, and to be Sold en
th.
iroporiy ol Samuel Yo-t.
A I. SO
certain one and a half story fraun
house, or building, siluale in Uriercrcek township.
Cnliiiuliia t cm lily . near Ihe rn.nl leiuliiig fron
lllnuiietburg to lJerwnk, niljouung 11 lot of Jum-pI
Kirkendiill on thu noilh, Creaty on the eai,t, I'lin.
mas Kane on tlm south, und Jessn Kiiki ndall or
the west, said house conait ing in trout eihteei
I'eet, and in depth eighteen feel, and the lot fine
piece of ground nnd curtilcdgc iippcrtenanl lo sain
building.
Seized taken in execution, and lo be sold as the
properly of Charles Seidle.
IK A.I DERR, Sheriff.
Siihriff's Office, Danville,
Oct 20. 1841 J
TI10C1 edit Solent Casts lu iUr. li
is now an atkiwiverd fart, that ihe
CiitsSI bfc'AS-lVX i the only true
one, tioili lor llie liU V1K ami SULI.i-JU.
JUST RECEIVED OUU SECOND Si'Oi.IC 01
THIS SEASON.
E hac been selling goods on the 1StJ
SSTi:,H since lat-t A pnl, and its inn
vertal popularity Willi nil who luie gum 11? a
call and seen for tin nin'lw s, ond the iiuliirtisc sav
ing to ll.cir ciittoiiieiH, imlueis ibem to invite the
readers of ihe Columbia Democrat to a trial of its
benefit.
Our stock of Goods consist of all the varirry r f
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
QUEENS WARE, JI ARDWAK E,
HOO'IS. SHOES, HA'IS,
RON NETS, &c.
usually kept in 0 country flore
-Y,,,u.,"?
urn 1 ..u..i.ma, ...r ..,.- wnoi, Wi,.
"''.T'. ABmC,y al,",""'?' PfB''m 0l'r
.,wn, and we ASL no additional p.ofit from our
uetomere o nay bad drbtsi thus haviue no oases.
atj ui 11 . 1 . .,,.,.-,, ;
we CAN SELL at .SMALL ADVA.NCES, and
kt& rvn i'l . 1 .1 -11 ..
14 UW St. iUO, ULJUIIU Dll UllVBIIUII, BS CVtTV
body knows who have bought ol us,
Our Store is ill the BRICK UlMI.DING.at the
corner ef Alill Street, and the tlloomshurg road,
opposite Mr. A. Montgomery's Stone House.
We invito hvEHT Pr.Hsorr to call and tec our
.1 ll'n...rni .M.tl. Il,,n
V'"-
UUMsSEl, iV. UKIEK.
P.'mllle J iile 1, fit.
Ifrnpt
jTIIE FAMILY NEWSPAPER
and nnnsioc fihrnd.
Neutral In Politics ami Iloliglnit.
NEW YEAR.
Mow is the very nick of time to subscrilr
for the New ear 1845-
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growing appeuid torn belter hnnwieugu ul the lui-
iMiiUut features of our great and glorious counlrv.
our past eicrtious shall be redoubled in futuie lu
prevent vivid pictures of American lilies, Imuiis.
mountains, lakes, rivcr.s, caves, scenery, etc.
Our nrlsinul dumutic 'lultn, Uttay). Pucm.
ic. will continue regularly tu be fjruibiicd by the
minds and pens in llie country. Thcic chaste
productions arc acknowledged lo bo the best, foi
Uf-cful instruction ut the family lircudc, thut appeal
in any periodical.
Ooii i.Nonivr.sos comprise suhjectstn all bran
ches of Art and Nature, suitable lor the family cir
cle, auJ appear in rapid succession.
(Hilt 1 It I 1.1,1. It Is ciiiistaully traversing
tho wodd, in sean.li of die wonderful and inttruc-
tne.
Oun AontccLTcitisr occupies weekly on im
porant spsce, wih all matters of interest fur the
noblt Id'irs of the tail;
Our Uiiropean Vorrespamltnts, in Liverpool,
Loudon, I eland the East, Cfc. keep us regularly
advised of all snbjectiof special interest.
Onr Markets and Prices Current. embrace all tin
eailii:t advices in reference tuthe prices of allkiniU
nf Grain. Produce, Arc., the alato of Stock s.Uanks
Money .'ind Lam's. aa.i our extensive arrangements
win liaieaiter lenuer our 'ilces Current ot ncstl
mable value to tho Traveller, Farmer, and all Uu.
siuces Classes whatever.
At 'MA KIN IIOLDEN.
Courier Building, 97 Chesnut street, Phil.
AD MNISTRA TOR'S NOTICE
Eitate of Ph'dip Dodder, lute of Orang
township, deceased.
TOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin
granted to the subscri.er resign, i,,' the
miration, on tht above mentioned etatc,hve
.,,,.: -r Onnre. All tic.tons in.Ish.fd Inl'.
said estate are herebv notified to niske im.nrd.s.c
paVment. and those having claims are masted to
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preseru inein pin neriv Buini'inicaici lei sen eimn
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JOHN I'ARKS.Adrn r
Orange tp. Sept. 7, I ft 11 .'0.
BLANKS ! ! HLAXKS !
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this tllli e
LOOK HERE!
I'ASIIIONAIH.H TAIS-C3?fG.
Curat one, cumeall, give rtr a call I
rWlir. subscriber returns bis 1 .rcro thank
JI lor Ibn liberal palrmiage hcrctyloic bi'sloweil
up'inbim, and hopes for a (iiitiiiumice of tliesatue,
wilh an i icrcase due the merit of bis shop. He in
tends sianng neither pain or labour In render
iitislsciion in any rareistid will wsricnt Ms work
luit v.iih title and diuubilily.A.M) Aj.lTTI.I.
.ETi;it'J'llAN CAN UE DO.N'E I.N AN V
OVUfUAiiOP IN 'I'll 18 PLACE. He Ins
jM-t reieitid Maltans, U'e repoit of Fashions, from
I'tiil.idelphia. which can be seen at his shop at eny
wr, by wliiclt he is enabled to cut according tir
I he la est style, or to order. Ilia priics nrr. in
t i onlanre to tne times. All kinds or con, try
.iruJnie uken in payment for work ot inuikit piico
I very reasonable discount for cash.
1'. .5. I.EIDY.
N. U. Cnttiiig done with the grea,tet caie,und
at llie shortest nolivv.
P. S I..
fllnomsburg, Oct.. Ul .5
Liat ol' Letters
REMAINING in tho Post Offlca at Cloea6
burg, for the quarter ending Kept, 30,1 R 14,
John Blocksdgc, Daniel, Dorr, William nilinycr
Charles W. Former, Peter Hsgesbueri, Thonaff
ennavghim Joseph W. Kester, Pelrich Me
Cormick ennevelle, John McNulU, A. A.
iMackdowell, William Riibard, Charles Sillier.
Parens callinj tor letters in the above list witf
pleacc jiy (bey ar edvcrtiscJ.
J. M. MOYER, P. M.
List of Causes.
For trial, November Term, 1844.
John T. Wolflnger, Ad'tor. dc bones
non,of
traucis uall vs, John Rhouds.
Juhn N. Hait et al. vs Samuel F.
:t si.
HC3JI7
VI tlham Merit sornery et cl va
Francis
l.r uly.
W ilham CoJner vj Joseph Gibson.
Augustus P. Willis ct al. va ,0anvi:!c& Potts
ville Kail Road company,
Jacob Leiuneting et al. vs Henry Fisher adin
et al.
itnowles Lancaster ct al vs Renjamin Morris
Oeorge E. Gehrig vs Fredenck r'ridlev ctar,
- .I.jhu T. Davl, Ashlel L. ill.on
iioberl Mcn:gomery vs Diulel S. .Mcntrrmciy,
Jxecutor.
John Air. -bng cl nl vs t'ori.tirl Meliary
Moiris Mojer vs George urlrel el si
ifanitl Ramsey et nl vs Peter llahly
William liiitedy vs illivm li. Rightcr
Edwiird Cariv s Isaialt Sqiummi
yuron W. U apples vs John V. Mann rt al'
James natter1 adtn'tor vs Snniuel Urtigler
Leonard rJiineman vs.lohn McWillinmn
Samuel F. Shaffer rt al vR.Inhn Shatter
Samuel Ciddcs et al s Jnsiah (itlbruillv
Nathan Collin v David IVtrikin
Chailes Barmu ct al vs John C hesti r el ul
Georie Kaufman vs Thcmas liramlon
Northampton Dank at nlvs Ahrnhum Klutz
Jusc Bowman et al vs George 1). Stuekhouncet
si
John Christophel rs John Ri-hel
Sohn Fruit et al vs William Kiddle ot
nl
TRA Vflll SB JUR I - Second Jt'itk.
B riercreck--Samucl
Kcchner, Jo'rpn !s'r
Al. Gilmure
DI00111- Robert Hagenbuch
C'atlnwissa William Fox. Beniainiii P.
George Shich, Ulllinni Geathearl
I rii L,
Deir Thomas Gjllen.SnmucI Carnabaii
1'ishingcreek lolm Heeler. jr
Gieenwood Philip Reese
Jtrkson Jhn Rnnco
Limestone George Smith
Mifflin Joseph Kirileudidl, .Daniel Kumbold
incoh Yulif, Henry Lehr. Christian Wall"
Mahoning l'ei.jamin Williams, 'J homns
ooi's.Jcob Olmstead
Madison John Uelz. Amos nisei, Iraac Dc-
'initt. Robcit Mnut, Jacob iwiher
All Pleasant IJobcrt ixeu, John Jaroby
Mont ur John Bocr, Joicph .Mouscr, Sam
uel Lazarus
Rouingcicck Edward II ughes, Michael It.
Mower
Vallev lames Cary
Sueuiloa"'
-Joshua Urink
TRAVERSS JURY-First 7crt.
Uriercreik Isanc Yocum, Stephen MauOield,
John Knorr, Luther Ur.uu, Jacob Uill, Thomas
Conner
Cnttawis?a- John Ilnrtman
Derry John Crawford, jr. Samuel Lsird, Jo
seph Craig
r lalungcrerK .inmcs l.yer
Greenwood John Stuloy, William Edisr
Hemlock Joshua Mcnde ihslb John Puree'.
Liberty James Perrv, 'Thomss Bulln, Wu.
Davis
Limestone Michael Hawk, William JJrady.jr
Jacob Gotuer
iVadison William Swisher, Jnrob Wellivci
Alalioning William Kitchen, William HciiTii.
Charles Barns
Alt Pleasant Isaac Musgrovo
Alontcur -Andrew Clatk
Orange -Isanc Kline, sen.
Roaringrrct k Silas Johnson, Jesic Price, John
Itogeland, Peter Boflman
Valluy William Caldwell, Joseph Maui
.IV 1ST LI. ST,
November Term Grand Jar-
IJIomil Chat leu Kah'er
Uriercrcek- Samuel Heirinr, Inhn
De-rv 'I'eiiinlelnn Mien
F'-hiiig" ik N'i 'lobb. ..ti,
fuel;.
Grecnvv rnl- .'.
Heniloek ,1 dm V
Jaeksnn ('helrr Smilli
LibejrtV tiViirij Swenv Hugh ArcN iniams.
LJftvwhiie Daniel Follmer
aViiou Levi Bisel, . hnmlah Wclliver
NisjSfoning John O. . minor, Henry II. D.
Sectler
Ml 'iivisant Jimcs Grimes. Joseph Cil' ert
Moniaiir Eli Kriim, William Deal
'""5
ifugarloaf Solomon Davis, John Kline,
m Lewis
Vil' v -(Me, v'inun