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A GHOST STORY.
A few fl'.v sinco our doorkeeper (a now
servant) ronifiUiiiril thsl he mil only could
not sleep, but ihat lie never slept sinco his
arrival moiu limn a few minute? at a time,
and tint never could sleep oonsiienilv
with liia duly unless the 'effect should be
destroyed. He added, that lie came up
ffv ni(jht"iiHo tlte upper galtfry leading
t ,,r sleeping rooms, sir' ' t r lie found
r tiif'ire I I m v e meiJitwtfil, walking inund
hikI roinitl tin' tnl!f ry ! fil concluded will
'mi mixtntt request tlixt inv brother would
i. rmiH nt Hie phttniotn, say iny
i , i .t. hue t,ltas hewi destroyed hi
i "h ni' I fiffnMii .Mv urott i-r
. .t- ir.'))i-dl, provide'! ilie
i'l. ti'ii'"-t bull nor final' shot,
v s sod i iiii.'.fiHRt-d, and iva found
. i i'.c iii'td, thai ihe doorkeeper was wait'
ng t" ascertain whether tho spectie were a
saint or ft ikvtl, and had, tharelore, resolved
la question hiili at) the ensuing nighljbefore
no fired. The niitfit came, and it -vas one
of uniisiml ddikiisss. Wo had really for
gotten our man's intenlion, although we
Were. talking over the subject ol the distur
bances until neatly midnight, und specula
ting upon the cause, in the room where mv
children were happily sleeping, when we
Were startled by a tremendous discliatge
which was stieeeeded by the deep roarsn
voice of llio doorkeeper, exclaiming,
There he lies, the accursed ! and a sound
as of a creature stniL'ulinc and gasping fot
breath, In the next moment, the man
loudly called his fellow-servant, crying,
'Come up, the accursed is struck down
before me 1' and this was followed by such
mysterious sounds that we believed cither
a man had been shot and was in his lasi
agonies, or that our u,Ui hail accidentally
shot himself. My brother went round the
ga'lery, while I and my sister-in law Hood
like children, trembling, hand in hand, anil
ry b'iy meroifuljy slept,-(as young ones
do sleep) sweetly and soundly, through a I
Vi? confusion mid distress. It appeared
that ilie man used, not only ball-cartridge
bill pui two charges of powder, with two
bjlls, inio the puinl. I will describe the
uveni however in his own words. 'The'
freei passed me tit the fallery.nnd repass,
rd me. when 1 thus addressed it j 'Shall
Ave quit this house or will yon do g0 '
'You shall quit it,' he answered; and pass
ing me niiain, he- threw dust Into my right
eye, J Ins proved he was a devil." cen
tinned the man, "and I wrapped my cloak
Hrru.nd me, and watched the sjioctre as it
ni iii d. It topped in that corner, and 1
m seritd miemively its appearance. It was
' and pertpi'tty white. I slopped, and
' c' re it moved again, duchaged my ptsto1
". I lid. I bWure concealed, and ilH
KauiM-d ivi,sftruk down before me, and
lee tn: the icmniis " So f aying, he
'i -ked up s sin M borni mass, which mv
v" r showed t,a .i.,ervards. resembline
-i. t ill- sole of a jhoe than .anything else
' ' perfumed' toy (ire in several places, and
ie:ahy burnt m a cinder. This the man
sertcd (agreeably to a popular opinion;
,!w;j the relic when devil was de
f v i (I . and it lay u i3,- gr.iuod uniler s
i i the w.d! wheie Hie bullets hid en
ire ?. Ttin Mmse which etieceeded' the re
and which fuled me with liorror,-is
. ! mui eicr remain a mystery. On tin
n, ;Wir iiuniiiiig h closely examined the
",'Ot, and found noihiiiu, tlmt r.ould throw
uln ritfthf subject. The burnt remains do
:il bflrt-5,ijg,,t'p a conclusion. One thins
'.cvf, I cannot but believe-, that some
! who had pjsrsonatcij ihe evl one. suf
i. ed oW injur.y, ' and that the daikusss
fivi.ureri lerta(e. his truly vtry ridie
..iouh in tltef a people to belie e that the
,'C'hmiis of a detfl resemble the sole of an
oil eUtn.r-Wits Lane'i Unglishwaman
A TENDER HLJ.A UT12I) KA.MSEL
Poor thing' how cold iljey miI,( be, to
lure tntir enais taKert p(T ibis weajtbtrl
said u tendar lieartwd dsfliseli to a man
kinnijr eel. IWi it hurt ' themV
Not a whit of it; mjrm they are used
to it; and then yoiMeein iynrm 'em dir
diieet!)'! l fat. and IihmU op thrir liurts.
Fat are good fur sorts, l'aes 'em alone;
He who profcat-ni mure atiiichment to
you than luual has ei.her clecciied youj or
withes to do so.
To believe that a wttnk ensmy cannot in
jure you; is to believe that spcrk enrinni
create a contlaiiraiion.
A coup's of acirs tiglmrig u duel uitl
pistols wei, ahcruirds, denomitiateil
A SHOUT STOKY WITH A MORAL
young Yankee had Totmcd an attach
mcnt fur a ilnughier of a rich old farmer,
i rid aficr agreeing with his 'hotmio lassie,'
went to thu old fellow to ask consent, am'
luring the ceremony whiuh Wis an owk
ward one' for Jonathan, hu whittled awav
stick. The old imiii watched the move
menls of the knife, at the same lime con
untied to talk upon the prospects of the fu
ture son in law, as m: suppuscd, until the
stlckwrc dwindled iIumb to naugh'.He thei'
spoke as follows : You havu fine property
you have steady habits, good enough look
nig, but you oin't have my daughter!' Had
you made something no mailer what, of
the stick you haio whittled away, you
could htive had her; as it is, you cannot
Your properly will go as the slick did.littli
by liule, uuiil all is gone, and your family
reduced to w-mt. I have read yoltr true
character, you have my Bnswer.' Jona
than conveyed the unhappy news to hi
ltijiltltis fair one, who, aficr hearing the
stoty burst out 'a crying,' saying, 'Why
you larnal fool you, why didn't you say
you'd made mitiih on'i if nothing morel
Gil out I'll niniry thn first feller that points
his eye at me, I will so; boo o o.'
IT WON'T 1)0.
It isacurious (ays the New York AtlasJ
how many thousand tilings there are whicl
it won't do to do upon this cosy planet cf
ours, whereon w e eat, sleep, and get our
linner. For instance
It won't do to plunge into a lawsuit, te li
ing wholly on the jiiiitice of your cause, aue
not equipped beforehand with a briiniiiyij'
It won't do tweak n ,nan's nosp,or tell him
he lies, unless you are perfectly satisfied
he has not spunk enough to resent it by
blowing your brains nut, or if y oil havo no
brains, cracking your skull,
It won't do when riding in a stage coach,
to talk of another man whom you have noi
personally seen, as being an'all fired seoun
drel,' until you are sure he 13 nut sitting
Ii won't do, when snow drifts are piled
up mountains high, anil slays are eternally
upsetting; to ride out with a beautiful live
ly, fascinating girl, and not expect to gel
smaihcd with her.
It won't do for a mas, when a horse
kinks liim, to kick back again;
It won't do crack jokes on old maids in
the presence of unmarried ladies who have
passed the age of fortv,
It won't do to imagine a legislature, who
feed at pubdc crib "ill sit but six weeks
u her. twu 'hints ot Hie members have not
capacity enough to earn a decent living at
It nn'i do, when a mosquito bite your
la e in .!. t.ijjlii; obiM your cnoium i .
pierf III) yi'Or hut.
li won't r'oiwheu in a hurry ; to eat souj
with a two primmed fork.. .
It won't do to lake hold ol" a hair triggei
pislol during a fit of the blue;'.
It won't do to be desperately cnamorei'
of a pretty face nil you have eeeu it at toe
It won't do lo pop the question more than
i dozen limes afui a lady has said 'no.'
It won't d) lo extol the beauty ofalady'
hair before you know whether it did noi
onre belong to another lady 's head.
THE SHARKS & KILKENNY OATS.
Ah the ships sailed into the harboui
iho appeatance of a large sIibiIs in her
wake caused the louguo of the pilot ti.
break adrift.' 'A certain fiitnd of mine,'
sid he, 'Nakhuda, of a craft almost ns fast
sailor as rny own, which is aeknowhd"rd
to be the best in these seas, was. onco upon
a time bound from this port lo Mocha, with
camels on board. When off.Iahel Jan
the high table lurid betwixt the Tujura anC
ihn Red Sea, out of the beasts dying was
hove overboard. Up came a shark ten
lituts the size of that follow, and swa'.lowed
.he carcass, leaving on of the hinder leg
protuiding from his jaws, and before h had
time to ihmk where he was to find stows?
for it, up came a second tremi minus monster
id bolted his messmate, camel leg and nil
In return for this anecdot the old man w
treated to the history of the two Ki'keniu
nits in Iho sawpp, which fought nnnl notli
ing remain-'d of either but the tail and a bit
of the fur. 'How could that be?' he retnn
ed. seriously, after turning the business
over in hia mind. 'Now, Capt. Uashi.yon
aro spinning yarns; but, by Allah, the story
I have told you is as true as the Holy
Koran, and if yo;i don't choose to believe
me, there are a dozen persons of unbiem
uhed veracity, now in Tajtira who aie rea
dy to vouch for its rc cinm.'-77ic Mrh
lauds f Ethiopia,
aJEAB, UEAD. KJ3AD I
It Is a duly inriimbcnt upon mo, to appear
nee more in print In order that I may re
iraci some assertions (and reaseei l others)
mane ny me previous to this, 1 shall en
deavor to perform my task according to tin
nature of the subject, and rest all mv nsser
lions upon reasonable and solid foundations
iiuen as cannot ho shaken by such reirurd
less denials of facts, us nppeats in the last
reply of my worthy competitor, which i
imposed of assertions so unroasonable,nud
so increilitable, that they are known, I pre
siime, by all who visit'his shoo to be false
I. therefore, trust the GKNTLEMAN will
tie satisfied thai I have for onco kept lo the
truth, in his lirst, ho advertised that he
had lately received the N. Y. il Philadel
phi a Fashions. That being contradicted
by me in inv reply, whollv uoon those
grounds! I bcinu in bis vhop two days
befoio my advertisement came out, anil be
asked of me, the directions of the N. Y.
Fashions, and further sid that he had nit
sent for the Fashions yet. 1 therefore con
sidcred it impossible lor him, a(tct my first
route out, to have written and receiwd
ihein from either plnro. in so short a lime
lu his l.ist icply he appears to be above no
uoing such untruths as these, and offers lo
satisly, upon the point of their f.ilsiiy, ah
viio will call at his shop. Aa for mysel
ho would willingly show them lo me ol 41
nid 5, if 1 would call, and if not, ho would
be still more kind and bring them to me.
wuh a pair of Sl'EO I'ACLKS. I accord
ng to in viiniiim, and not wishing to giM
my antagonist too much trouble, eallti!
I'imii on the 28th. 1 found him there, and
UMi very corteously received by him. 1
then made known mv errand, and fouini
him ready an.1 willing in comply with my
leqiiistiiou as f.ir as n was in his power sr
hi do. He showed me the l'hiladelDht
Fashion of -I I' bui not of '15'. Neithei
were there any from New York to be seen
lie said he had them at his house. I thei
requested him to bring them ai d I would
-all in the morning. lie said that he would
f ho did not forget it. 1 then related n
urn what I knew tu be the fact, that sunn
3 or 10 days ago he wro'.e for llitm. and
expressed a hope of receiving then befon
I could reply loins TRUTH WITH
OUT FEAR! Recollect he said, by tin
hey are had, by me they can and aru shown
o all who wish to see them. I now leavi
diose who visit his shop to decide which n
rue. Have any of uu seen Stolts & Wi
son's report of Fashions at his shop; or ha
he. shown any one of you such a plate?
Il he lias, he did, not comply wnh his
words bv showing them to me, not even
ifter offering to lel htm S5 that he could
nnt produce such a pbite. Upon this ('aid
cd by his own words to a friend of Ins, that
he had written for ihem and expetted then,
before 1 could haw time to reply.) 1 rest
my assertions and say that he has not go
them yet. Hut is expecting t'lero. Thei
lie will be able to show them to all win
wish to see them, unless he keeps tlicm a
die HOUSE, lu conclusion 1 mako n
uroposition for ainalgauHtion by applying
ny ptnse (empty) deforcing lo his owi.
lesi-ripiion, w nh in, purse of bkill.
Keep cool Ciook ami On not. Swrnr.
I'. S. LEI I) Y.
Nov. I. I8M.
11 .1 .ivi..i, till; nun. UHLl'll IJ. y?ITI!(IV
-TrrnPAG i. n i t, a
J Presidentof the Court of Over tm'1 Ter
miner onil General Jail Delivery, Court, of (juaitci
sessions t Hie J'cacc.anrt Court ol Conuivm J'leni
;ind Orphans' t'ouit in the piahih inJieial ilielrict
composeil ot tho counties ot iSoriluunticrlanr
Union, loumlua . and jAconiins; and the Iter
m.':..... t jj t
nuiiuiu uuuuiusfjii ano iccii;c iwcf,
ano iicmr.t Matlt. I.s.
innics, Asanciito Judaea in Uolumhia conntv.havi
inued their pr'cept hcarniiiR ilntn tlio "lib il,iv ol
August in the year of our J.oril one thousand
eight hundred and forty-four ,uni to me Uircctcd,l'or
7 Court of Oyer and Jenniner, and Gen
erul Jail Delivtry, General Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, Common I'leai
ana urphan a Court.
IN DANVILLE, in tho County of Columbia
on the third Monday of Nov. jext, ibtlns the
Jbtn jay) anJ to contiruo two weeks :
Notice is therefore hereby civen t(
liHi'Ooroncr, iho Justices of tho Peace, and Con
ttaMlcsot the s-nd county of Columbia, tha' they
be then and there in their proper peisons, at HI
clock in ttii! forenoon ot anid day, with their
rocord3, inquisiiions and other remembrances, lo
nose lnms which to their otlitcs appertain to
ie done. And those dial are bound by rocneni
unrta, to prosecute jgninst iho prisoners that are
' may be 1.1 the Jail ot haul county of Columbia
re to oc then and lliore to prosceulc against thcni
is shall be just, Jurors aro requested to bo puno
tual in their attendance, agreeably 10 their notice1.
Dated at Danville, the 25lh day of Oct. in
the year of our Lord one thousand eiulit
I 1 , w ... t. . . .. 0
ininiiroinim lony-iour anil 111 inn OM year
of tho Independence of tho United blalcs
IRAM UMftU Shelf,
SilKnirr's Orrrcr, Danville
Oct. 5. 16U
4 sH 'vC
lAMi: into my enclosure, tho fnre part
VSeptIut. T two year uld.and one yearl
ing llfilfer. One lte , and one ofthem Itcd and
H'hitu, and one a dark brlndlc, with a whitostreak
length ways (if her tack. The owner it rronrstet'
tu pro,u l'ropcrty, pay chargei and take them
' ' josppil MAUST,
j Hemlock, Oct "I-J81L
MAR SJffiK TAR1.
I'hc suhsciibcra have established at tin
abovo place, a new MJlHlU.ti l'UlJ
and will alway s bo ready, ul the shorlesi
notice, lo furnish to order,
MONUMENTS, TOMB- TABLES,
TOMB-STONES, II 12 Jill Til-
MAMS, MONTIES, I'dXT
STONES, MULLEHS, &x.
or any other work in their line. They are
also prepared to liirnisi WINDOW CAPS
mil SlU.S, DOOR SILLS and STEPS,
&e. either of .Mn.blc, Liim; or any kind ol
ilono that can he procured in this vicinity
fryllaving had 'jonsiderablo exicrience
in tho business, they pledge their work lo
be executed tn as handsome a style as can
he furnished from anv yard either in the
city or country ; nod on as reasonable terms.
AKMSTKONU & HUGHES.
Bloomsbtirg, Nov. 3, 1813. ly '8
TH E subscriber continues lo carry on
CHAIR M N U FA C TO R I N CJ
business at ihe old smnd of R. ,t S. Ha;er
liiieh. where he will he reailv at all limes
in I li r li i All Fancy & Windsor Chans, Set
ees, Bnsion Rocking Chairs &., of even
lesenpiion, which may bo called for. ai
jhori notice and on the most reasonabh
lerms. He will also execute House, Sign it
Ornamental Panning, anil House Papering,
in a superior manner,
From his experience in thu business, and
his facilities of manufacturing the various
irticlcs of his line, he llatters himsel' thai
he shall bo able to furnish as good work
ind upon as reasonable terms as can be
done in the country , all of which he will
dispose of fon CASH or COUNTRY
N. li- Orders from a distance will In
strictly ar.d punctually attended to.
Bloomslurg, Dec. 30, 1813.
inlorrie, his friend-
and tlw travelling public Hi
! Vr general, ui.ii nc Inii- token
:Ii:rt2 il,n l,..n...i .:..;.,
:ri't1tbe centre ol the low'., o.
'SfasP&ir.i. - ly I'a. and fonnelv occuni-
od by T). CIjrK. Where he will lie happy to wait
uiinn those who will i'uvor hhn will, tbtir custom.
I he 7otc! is lareo and commodious and well
fuinii-licd throughout, mid no jiains will he spmd
lo render eeneral satisfaction.
collis table will lie furnished w'uh thu Lest the
unity can uflord.
II in liar is well stored wilh tho beft of liquors,
llicellentstalilinp; in attached to the establish
ment and cornfnl and atlcnlhe hostlers aru always
('uttuwissa, May I a, 1813 3.
?tloo:iisbjt5;;, Cluilii:i t'w.
THE subscriber icapi etfully informs h
friends, and ihe pnblie generalh jihat he has
twkeii thai well known stand, 111 Blooms
huro. formerlv lu pi by U 1 liam Robisnr.
-ind l at i lie House and fliahUs sre under
g.iiui! a thorough r pair As his bar wil
il ny s ne lurnished wii.'i thu choicest ol
Liquor.-, and his Lirder w'nh the lest tin
murk"i hfTordf, 'and hawng good lablini.
.nid attentive hostlers, he with t nnfiiti ti,..
invitPB ali to call ")md test his ahilny as a
caterer 1. r ine paiale and e'omarh. and flat
ters Inuitelf tlmt none will leave ilissatitl'i
ed with their trunimrnt,
The worth of the pmltlhif; is told m the catinrj,
y'omo give it a trial, there will be no diVating;
Ueuet .'ind Man slull alwaye go away rejoicing,
fewcaiing by thcpowcre.ihcy'licullon n turning
June 6, ISt 17. am,
To ilie B'ulilic.
THE subscriber desirous of quiting bus
iiicbsi irqursis nil irilise lill( t)l( l to 1, lo
make payment immediately.
1 he lollowing pi ii cs will be paid foi
riiuuui 1 in exehaiice lr his
STOCK OF GOODS
CiOOl) WHEAT $lper bushel.
RYK flflf ,is. '
CORN ."5 and 50 ets.
OATS Q55 ets.
FLAX 8H15J) IX 25 ei:
J"- Goods sold ai cost for the cash
Hut no credit given alter this dale,
13. II. UIOGS.
Sept G 1811.
Estate of JOHN BO IVY Eli, lute of
lUimleur (turnsup, Culiiiiiiiii co
"TJcTOTICI'! is hereby elien that IctlersnrAil
11 ministration on Ihe a bote mentioned Astute
haio I cen erauted to the subscriber resitlinir in
Monleur .III persons indebted to the .aid i.V
tale arc hereby- notified lo make immediate pay men'
mm muse imvmg claims are icquestcil tn prcscn
oli properly iiiithenliealcd.'lo
- J'.m utiiirwuni, Administrator.
BLANKS ! ! BLANKS ! !
tr-J.,s.ir.sHank FXKCCTIONR and
SUMMONS just priiiitd and for tilde t
nuruiiu t)F liKAii'rii.
A 117 is cliitartstiil in nn InclivlJn.il by
the absence of 'ill iioin, Millerine, (ir aflrrlluii
111 any paitol'his body; by the free and regular ex
ercise of his fuurthms without ahV ejtcfiiition,
1 Hey consist in bauiK a good nppetilo ul me'Jl
unios, an easy ingestion, tree evacuations, williom
Ickisci es or conllvrnej at least once in lAcrv twel'-'biin,
ty-four lionrs.iim wilhout heat.dis liess, or burniiifc'
at the pasnsge, the free issue nf the w ater v illrtinl
acrimony or burning, and without 11 rcili!ih sedi
ment which 1h ulwnys 11 siijii of a present or 1111 it J
(roachlng pain; quiet sbi'p wilhobt nginilioii w
liuoblosome dreams; no lostc of bile or oilier hull
taste lu the inollth upon lisiiq; in Ibe liKirnlne; no
sourness or ihsiigrecalile rlsinjj of the ( rnseh; 11
clean tongue; a sweet bicuth; 110 itching. iilnp'es nr
spots mi the skim no pile; nn burn-UK heat upon
any part of die, body; no eiccniic llnrst when un
exptMod to labor nr other know 11 caure; no inter.
rupiion tn iiny uuturu! evncuoliuii, nur piln at their
Where the stiile of the syslfin doc not linrmon
ixc with the abovo )Klure of hcallli, il is of the
qrnilnet inqiortauev Unit no tirmi be lost 111 sending
for n doctor, or in the use of loutish remedies too
often ihe resultof speculation; hisleml of this course
lea dose or UKAMJKUTII'S 1'II.I.B be taken,
wliieh will mil dct eio, hut will ut once rcstoie
lio ilili to 1 he urati nr p.irt th t reipiires it.
All who wish ti, preserve their health, nil who
sro determined lo defend their life 'iRiiiiist the en-criachmeiitsorili.-cii'e
which might send llicm jire
.11 itiirclv to thejruvo. will, without hcsltntion, hac
recourse It) ibe fiandrelh Pills, wliMl the state ofl
the system decs mil harmonise with the above pic
ttlic 'if health.
Those who li vu In a country whciccnntagious cr
other di-ease prevail, should ullcn think of this
truo iirture ot'iienllb, and observe himself with par
ticular attention, in tndcr lo act accordingly. '1 he
wise and lightly illreeleil will follow this advice
the unwise arc li ft to their own destruction,
A O E N T .S.
Wa.ihii)iton Kobcrt M'Kay.
Jersey town I.. A, A. T. Duel.
UaiiMlle II. 1J. Hey ntib's & (Jo.
Cittawissa C G. Drobst.
Uloomsburg J. It. Aloyer.
Iiirm slonc llabbit cV M'Ninch,
Huekiiorii jV, 0. bhoeinaker.
l.iiuu Iiiclge Andre fi .Wilier
Werwick- J W i'tiles
May i, 1814 2.
! .'ge as-
ITILI. kep eo'H.lanlly cn hand, h
.VAILS, SPEKKS. AM) lltON-
nhnhlliev wUi-cllbv U IIOI.I.SA I V. aid b'l;.
PAH.. iir iX tin leactl tui'if ni te )!.".'.
ci be ttifLrr .!., titi erf. Mticl iri,s uii't
llurs, ma 3Til it to d rr interf-t to call. .Ml
kinds of ;iain rere've,! in j ,iveei '.
J 'Mi.liI 1-A.VJON, TiirsnirKr
fiHllIC siilscriber having established 11 .VA; II
ffi C'U.lli: .7..V '.( raid' on ilain.
stieet, near the lesideiite of I.. M. M ills, he is now
prcpjied to furnish Ciiaiis of every ilesni tioo, nn
as good terms us they can t c purchased tlsi wheie
11 Ihe county.
Such us Bed Busts, Waggon Hubs,
Hose Blocks, c-c.
SIGN, ORNAMENTAL ty HOUSE
rhis latter branch, from his ru-cricucc, he btlicvcs
he can do a little better than any other person in
TVTOr'l.AR I'LANK will be taken in pey
mcnt at the highest imirktt price
Dlooaubnrg, July -1, '. ltf
OULI") rcspecil'nily infotrn it 1
citizens 01 DiiHiuiMiurt:, ami ns
vicinity, that ho Mill continues to catrv on
iho above business, at Ids old r shihlished
stand on the corner of Main and East-
streets, liavint; received Hie i.ji J h a 1
PBIIJ1DELPBIJI and NEW YOKE
QSH10NS, m connection with Scott &.
Willnon'a Highly Improved patent for cut
ins garments in ilie most fashionable man
uer, warranted to lit without any possibility
of failure, and Iceling assured from his lone
experience in the business, that work exr-
cuted at his shop, will never bo complaint d
01, lie hopes, tiy strict intention to businese
to rcecivu a share ol public patronage a
IfTN, IL CASH, and all kinds ol
COUNTRY PRODUCE; only taken in
payment for wink done, at tho tuatkei nri
res. Ulwece lor work modcraio iu sun
ijluoiiisburu, Nov. 3, 1813. 28
rST'lUn subscriber haviiic rstnblislietl a 'APR1J
H MILL at MILL (JHOVK, near loonisbur,
Columbia county, where he hue the lattst Imi'Iioi rn
.n.vriiiM.iiv, anil having lollowid tho businesb foi
twenty ycarsho is confiiicnt he can lurnish asKood
paper as any iu the Country and on as reasonable
teuns to ninters, McrehimtK und Lawyers or any
persons who nmy wont tho atticle. He alto.keeps
constantly on hand Attorney's dip, Tool's Cap,
Letter, ivrithiH, I'llniinE nnd Wiupiiine r.aperol'
all Kinds Also, an assoitnicnt of i iiotii. onus
Alsn.DlBiik Ilnnk, LMra bound. Full bnimd. and
nan nounit 1 1 ail sires alio, an-fttrntl't t,f wiitin
1 I'doo"., taffl M
, ,lill?rjvti rcbtuury 20' I8ilf.
VT E YlilS K S l SAT. 4
Brag's a good dogi
lint HoldldSt is better.
rpnllH underiigtir'il would return Ids sinrrro nnit
J3 hlitnblc tlinulin lo the eitir-eint nf IIIi.ihih.Iiii,)'
ilnj vicinity, loi the favors thus I'nr bestowed 111,11
mid would still further k a cnnllnuamc ii
the same, Pn I 11 ; only as snlislatlimi i" rendeini
lie It mile! 1 nit nn) , ( 'nine unc utuc all, hut conn!
as many as cunieineiitly ran. INeilher would w
proiid.e, (asolhtvs have) lo do his work belter
than can be done in any nthtr slum lu the place
I,. .1 1 1.1 ....!,!.... i.... 1 1
defy any one whu does lung tu do Work neater tlnhi
bo dues, in rdl casts. He has also lately rccciud
'u. 1,1 biiuii, in- vtuiiiu vuiu 1 uiiiu 1 11 inn lei. n-i
SEW YOKK TEIILADKL
with which he Is prepared to do Woik PnslilntiaMir
and neat, and will giunnitci 11 good tit at nil Inma
tor anv eno who may hnorhini with .1 call.
Ills sisop is al tlio old bland occupied bv him
for a number of years And tho latch string will
be full ml out at all times. As to pr. cos lie wislie't
to be undcrsliiud that lie Intends to do work as lnv
as any of his neighbors, and its tuiul, all kinds of
country produce taken iu exchange for wink done
at his bhoji.
UloiimsburR, October !2, Ifi-i'l 'Iti.
fHO all Irisalcrs crcdilius. nnd other persons hi.
jj terestod iu the eslutes tif the rcspc tMetleceii.
dent and minora that the mlmhiislrntinn mid K'iar
ili.ins necnniils ol'tlir mid c-tales lime been filed in
Ihe Olliceef the Hegkter of the cuiinly of C olundn.i
and will bepiocntrd for the coiifiimalinii and ul.
owarice tn the Orphan's CnUrl, to t e held at Z)an
.die, in and for the county oforrsiid, on U cdiiPi.
Iiy the 211th day of Nov. ne.vt, it ' enii, P. M.
1 The acciiiint of l'lnii Clmstman, ad
niuistrator of the esiate of C isper Christ
nan. lite of Hlootn township, deceased
2 The accounts of Reuben I'i:rinjrcr and
Geortre Siii'.p.mliniuisir,iior ol the estate of
Jacob Snne, Liu of Ruaiiuycrcek township
.') The account of Charles Cmsrlev, ad
minisirator of the esintc of lilizabeth Cross
ey, line of Hemlock township, deceased
1 The account of Georcc Ktlchner and
William Kelchner.execulois of ilie last wnl
md testament of Henry Kelchner, lalo of
llriercreek township, deceased
5 The account of Marv Hosier, admin
Urjrntoi of Hie estate of b'redenck Hosier ir,
1 ..( 1 nt . . J
iirm .111111111 iiiw'nsiji Vti 'ij-eo
1 r I'1''' a 001 o-T. P. iS.,.ii, !erfott and
I!' h.i.d W isiin. iiirvivmg exeeutiTs of ihe
il will and icslament (if S ,111111 1 I3ond,Li(
I Lihcriv lownship, deceased
7 I'lie final account nf Ahiaham IJis,
tint. r,f 1 1 1 . ti v ......... ..T 11 ,1. ,.. 1 ...
1 " ' """n 01 iewiiii ijarin, i.tir
of Mi til 111 lownship, (lec.ihfil
S Tie fiii.il snpplemeiii.irv acerun .(
i'l.ra M H . 1'nsi, rt ' in 1 n 1.-1 1 f .is
ale ol Jacob l.i,itiii dir. 1 - ' fll . If
township, (leci ;i-i d
9 The accounts of William L'- .. ihe
iiuaidian nf itlnrv Gnl'iatii v Krcisher mil
'if'Kachael Krvisher, two of the childieu
and heirs ol George Kreisher, deceased (
10 The accntint.s of David Davis md
Samuel Houdmaii, exrentors of the last wn
mil testainenl of .l.itnrs I'. Ilotldman, lain
ol Valley township, deceased
1 1 The accounts of Michael fjanders and
Alichacl Wcrtman.exectilors of the last will
and lesti nient of Michael Sanders seu'r, late
of Moiiionr township, dereasod
OHYRLF.S CONNOR, Hegistcr.
REotsTHf. OrricK Danville,
Oct. 10, 1811:
CATAW1SSA IJIUDGK COM'AN'Y.
NO riCH is hereby jjnen, 10 the fjiock
holders in the Company, lor oreciini!
Uruf orer the Norih Uranidi nf the Mus
lindianna, between the town of Oaltawis;.
nid the mouth of Fishtni.'crer k, that the
Hoard of Mamgers have this day I'eelarcil
1 dividend, el seventy fivecenls per share,
foi the last six months ('equal to C pel cent
per annum! which will ho paid to the stock
holdets or their legal iepresenlatives,oi! and
after the 25th instant, by
JAM US I'LliASAN IS, Trcas.
Callawissa, October 12. 1811.
r.ist oi ir'Hci's
HKMAINING in the Post Ollicc at Caltawi.srf,..
the miartcr ending 4'ep, ;i(), 18-1 1.
Arthur Hobeit llrrsslcr Jonathan
Jawmaii F. L.
llrui k Silah S,
Fi ey Jiiliu
Kasmvei .loh 11
Shurpless Jos. or John
'i'linmas A. D.
fi'carhait Win, -
Howard .lichael It.
I'BNloll J. I).
Wuplt's llentoti W.
1 etter Harbaryaiin
'eison callinc for letters iu the above list wit)
plcato say lliey aro adurtised.
C. A. BKOBST, 7'. JL
fin in. I fill.
EN pursuance of an onler of the Ophan's Cvtit
of Columbia cutinty, on
Thursdaij the -Uh dat of Nov. next,
it 10 o'cluck in the forenoon, Olie.l F.vcril, Adlniic
ulratoi, dc. of Itenjumin Iloone.will expose to sale
at Public Vendue, upon the premises, a ceitain
unuividfd mofty of unAcro af Land, nnd 11
PKAME GXUST TOLL,
with vovh hun ov htd.m:,
a Dw ellins House for the Millet pud u Frame Sf.v
hie, situate in Hlonm lownsldp, on the waters and
near the moulhof Cishingciii k. iidjoiiilnc llio 1'ci
sylvai.iii Canal on lltn North Di nieh of Ihe fc'tisr
ui'lmiiiia, tniH Aqueduct acrum I isliinpcicf k. laic
! 1 f .ii' of said d "t-i-iI, slnu'c 111 the inwrthip
1 i ! 1 ... ano x'u. ty i.' 'tl
Danville, Octobrr L 181 J SO.