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DESTRUCTION OF THE NESTOM
- ,, i ...lin.irif inlpltiirenm
i no -.mowing h..-"...
wnr.opy from the New York American.
Tho edl.nrs say that the Ic.u-r ts from a
Fxl rue', from u Idler, dated
CoNSTANTINon.H, August 28, 1811.
1 write in great haslc, lo inform you
that tlic mission at Uroomiali, nan neon
i.rnUwii no fthe schools being discontinued)
M . .1... U .lien. lliiilliavlvi-M. Willi mar
I)V lllu 1 COUM laiia .---i
Yohtniiu, (the Hishop who visiteti mo u,
Slates) t Uicir head. Man) reasons are
usKigniid, but there is a report which
ronies from an authoritative source, that
ilm Nestorians often begged to have their
Si riptures printed for ilium, but instead, the
missionaries are continually making and
...iniinir books of their own, and are al
ways preaching to them about leaving oil"
heir fasts &!. Mar Shimon, (the I'.ilri
nrih.) savs they shall be expelled fiooi the
iiiuiiry. 'This which follows is ihe exiiact
Ifnin his letter :
We would farther make you acquainted
with what has just happened' in Oio miah,
aiming those Americans who ate residing
there. Quite a quarrel ha taken place be
tween ihe lltshops and ihe people on the
one side, and Americans on the other, on
Hd'ntinl of tin; improper proceedings: ol the
Isller tn ill" siinl uhvii. I Ins led I" a eoiin
ell .of the zealous ami true shepbcril-. wnli
their .ralnmal sheep, anil tiev i losed up and
dibani!ed Ihe vain schools which the' A
inericans had established in Ornomiah. We
moreover. Iiave wiitleii lo them a letler,
undci our seal, that the schools should ir
main cloi.ed.aiul that the Americans should
be sent away from there.'
Melting on Elcutians. Apropo3 ofbei
ting here is a speotuwrij from a Michigan
paper, which is the best bet on the election
we have seen. Some Yankee girl is offer
ing to bet on I'nlk's election ivith any re
fipectabln. good looking voting man, as fol
lows; 'The stakes shall be the parties; it
I'olk is elected 1 win, ami marry the geu
llcman who bels ag&insl me; K he is not
the urnlleuian wins and marries ine.'
It s, peiliips, not ixiggeraiion lo cs
imalo the cosl of lliu lefenl I'i esidun
Hal campaign, lo Iho Wniv, at a sum
.greatoi ill hi thai incurred hy Ihe wholi
ronniry during her two wars ivilli Great
Jlritain. The piifii to coonery ha.
been very small compiled wnli tin
ou lay. ll wa- going through a great
ilral, lo arrive al veiy litiii;,' as til
'rhariy hoy said when lie got lo the end
ol ine aipnauui.
'I'hi: Cii'nmi'jii)nfr f.r th sile of
fl'ock in ihe Pt-iiui Ivania Canal and
J t -ilro.nl Company, ngi e-able to the ac.i
ol ihe Legislature, met at the Exchangt
Philadelphia, on Monday la,ind fixed
upon Ihe 20 li of January IS 15. as tin
day fur ax)0iug said stock lot sale.
J. Washington Tvsin. E-q. has
lentlpied lo I'rciuVnt Tyler hi resign
lion of ihe office of Assitinl Poslmas
lei Geneial. With the Piesidenl am
all Ihe friends of ihe adminis' riiinn;Mr.
T. continue,; io hear Ihe nio-l Irienillji
ami i ii i i male relations. Who his suc
cessor will he is not yet known.
Nathan I.nmpman, of Coxsackiu N. Y.,
who is now sixteen years of age, and seven
eet one inch in height, bids fair to become
a man of higher standing in Ihe world
dun any man now living, having grown
ninri inihes during the pat e.ir; and on
the usual rules of growth, will probahU
reach at least one fool more. He weighs
108 pounds. Jiidgiui! from analogy, in
such unuatuial cases, by ihn lime ho gets
bu ful) grow th upwards he will begin in
become, corpulent, and may :iliain ihu minis.
i'r b.illi if IJ;iuh Lambert, if not surpass
Lambert fas a name nf England, and
was buried at Sl.imford. bete livo suits of
it is r.loihes are prei-ervud for die iuspectinn
flf the curious. Mr. Lambert's hulk did
)HH increase above tho ordinary size until
lie had reached the sge nf 21.
A pair of stockings made for and worn
by him measured in circumference, al the
ancle, twentyfour inches, and at iho calf
nearly forty inchcs.-T0 wei-ht of ,,,j8dly done in a ivell .eHulaled respectablo e.lahli.l..
"o" """.iiiniit. He hones hv fcli'ct alien ion lo hiisiness
mars ol mortality was 072 lbs.
Last night, says Saturday's Baltimore
Argus, about 12 o'clock, a nuisy brawling
whig, who nas iliiliugiiislied himself for
his recent whig bacchanalian songs and re
joicing?, after hearing the result of New
, 'urk State, cried nut under tho window of
a gond denincrat in High street, Harruh
for Polk and starvation when a lady in
tho I10116U raised tho window and replied,
Gupi) bye war, prslilcncc and famine,''
David Mllcr Cenvicletl.n.ivU Miller
who was recently indiclctl in Ualtimoro, on
a charge (if conspiracy to vole fur certain
amatSmB fm,ucen or more-win
we, . ,,,,,,, ourglli ,ho 3ril.
Haltim'tre, al (lie Governor's election on
the 3ud tilt, was tripd a day or two ago,
convicted, and sentenced to 0 months' i rri
prisonmcnt anil a fine of 9100.
The publishers and bnokcllers of Now
York eiiy have caused to bo prepared a
hcatitilul rosewood rocking chair, cushiuned
and lined with crimson velvet, and finished
in the highest style. It wm shipped from
thai pori, the oilier day, for England, it
being intended as a present to Miss Jane
Porter. A suitable letter accompanied thu
chair, and it will ho presented through the
.old Mavor of London.
The Marquis of Cara Irnj", who has re
cently assumed the title, through marriage.
of Duke of Sinloinayoi, has been appoint
ed minister from Spain to the court of Lon
don. The duke was born in Philadelphia
mid is a son of the Marqus of Oara Irujo.foi
many years minister from Spain to tilt
United Stales, and who in 1800 married
a dauihter of iho lalo Gov. M'Ke.iu ol
For two morning.", ;ay Ihe Nilivilli
Gazttieof the 25 h ul, the skies havi
been lner..H' hid from tbe view by jm
lifcnse fl icks of wild pigeons so heav
'hat lliey can only he computed b
quarc miles and acies
IJ011UOWLVG A II AT TO HURRAH
II. C. Wright, in niif of his leltei-
fi oni Dublin o Ihe Is ision Lbeialor
gives a tloci iplion of a scene which fol
lowed O'Coiine'l's libeialion. 'AH lb
people.' lie says, 'seemed fantic will
oy. Tnosi! who had no hais or caps lo
wing and throw up, waved tl:.! taller
GA skirls of llieir "Id coils, g.iwns am
cloak. One old woman, withered ami
dirivelled. and bent all up, who in hei
frantic ecuasy could gel hold ol noih
ing lo swing, rcaclieii up ner wnneieo
arm and seized the hat Pi a well ilressed
gentleman who waf pushing his way
past her, pulled it off and swtiuo it uhou
her head, and gave thiee cheeis; ami
huzzis for the Liberator, thru coo
icplaced the list again on hid head; Hn
gentleman folding his arms and letting
ihe old woman swine. Ins hat lo lie.)
IJ1.00.MSIJUI10, Nov, 10, ISM.
Cloverseed, 3 50
Flaxseed, 1 25
Diicd App'es, 50
While i'eans SO
CltiOCfft & WATCH
rSJ'UUTTIJI.LY informs ihe ciliicns ol
Columbia county, ami tlui piililic ociiurally
tliat lie lias locntcil himself in l)lomlnirn,cjti Alain
ptiect oppotiilc Ht. I'litil'n Clinrth, wbrru he has
oiciisil a shop, unci in now rearly 11ml prepared to
icccivo ami execute all work in liU line nf liiisimv.s,
uiih ilispalcli uiiil in u ivorkmaiiliko inauiier.
Clocks & Watches
of ti 10 lust ijuality, call he bad at Ills establishment
on ery reaeonalilo tivm
KUPAI1MNG & CLEAMXG
will he ilnuo to tlienatUluclion of tbo ruslomer, ai
well of ('locks and Watches as of JcwrUy, mid be
will, further, warrant his work to ho exo'utoj a
well as anv in this section ol tho hla'u. Ho will
also iiiaku to order
SURVKVl.VfJ COM PASSES
or pocket, and in short, will do all other, work 'isu-
und a ilesi-o lo please, lo leceive 11 liberal blniro ol
patronage. Country Produce taken in payment
for work at tlui market prices.
llloointiurt', .November IS, IS l-l HO.
ADiMiNisrn,n toiv s no tick.
Estate of Conrad less late of Sngarloaf
NO'VIVV, is hereby Riven that Idlers ol admin
istration,ou thu hAovo mentioned ct-tate.havc
been (rallied to tho mWriber rcwidiiis In the
township of Sugarloaf. All persons hwlcliied to the
said I'Istato are hereby notified to mako hiimcdiate
payment, and those bavins claims aro rcipn-Htcd to
present them propcily authenticated to
WIM.IAM BSS, Adm'r.
Noicmkr 10, 1811.-30,
Grayed or'Wem Geods
FKOM the stable of the .Vubscit'ic-,
neni Moomsburix, on Saturday
nljht, tli j Ulh hut. n snail
UAUK BAY WO HSU
with a small white spot on Ills forehead, and nino
years old. Anypcrnon RiviiiR information where
he may lie round, or retu n u him o tho subscriber,
1 1 a 1 1 unreasonably conipcnsateil lor ins irouiao
ninomsburg: Nov. 101841.
F ASH ION Alt I. Ij TAILOICINO.
Come one, come, alt, give mc a call!
rHllli sub.seilhcr rcturin bin unrerc thanks
I for the liberal nalrotidcu heretofore bestowed
upon him, and hopes for a continuance of the tame,
with an i.icreaso uuo 1110 merit 01 1111 snop. jic in
tends snariiin neither tiain or labour to render
satisfaction in any cate-amd will warrcnt bis work
done with tasto und diltiibilily.ANl) AiA'l"J'I.B
NKATCIl THAN CAN 11B Ut)NU IN ANY
071U:il01' IN THIS PLACI'.. Ho Ins
just received Midians, late rcpoit of I'-ifbions, fiom
r In adclnbia. which can he seen nl ins xliop ai any
time, by which he is enabled lo cut according lo
Ibe la eat stvle. or to order. His nrices ate in
accordance to ihe times. All kinds of country
produce taken in payment for work at market price
, ery reasonable discount lor cai-h.
1. .V. I.KIUY
N. II. ('ultinii done wilh ibe greatest cure, anil
it the shortest notice.
P. S l
Uloomsbu rg, Oct.. 181 ..
List or Causes.
For triti, November Term, 1S4-1.
John F. Wolfineer, Ad'lor. do bones lion, ol
Francis llM vs. John Ithoiuls.
John N. Hart et al. vs ijamuel F. IIcuiI I
William Monliionicrv el al s i-inci
William Codncr Vs -loctdi Oibson.
Aumislus I'. Willis el al. s JumilleoV, Foils.
ville l!ail li'o.ol 1 omiianv.
Jacob l.cisiieriii); et ul. vs Henry Fisher, adm
Knnwles I.aiicaster et al vg IJenjarnin Morris
(!eo.-s;e II. (iehri'; vs Fredeiick t'ridlcy etal.
John 'I'. l)ais Asbbel Ii. Wilhon
liobert Montgomery vs Daniel S. Monlgomciy
John Abarlim; et nl vs Samuel Mebary
Moiris Mayor s (icorgo .irlzelet al
Afinicl llainsey et nl vs Peter Ilaldy
William Hitlerly vs Willinin li. Uighlcr
IMwaid C'nrcv vs Isaiah Kliiimau
ur 011 W. Wipples s John F. Mann et al
James llarre adm'tor vs Samuel Uruglcr
Leonard S.incman vs John Mc Williams
Samuel F. Shatter et al vs John Shtill'er
Samuel ('bides et ul vs Jnsiab (jilbraith
Nathan Collin vs David 7'ctrikin
Charles James et al vs John Chester ct al
C.eorge Kaufman vh Thcinas lirnndou
Northampton Dank at al vs Abraham Klotz
Je.s.sc Uowniau et al vs (Jeorge It. Slackhouseel
John Christophcl rs John Kisliel
Sohn Fruit et al vs William liiddle jt al
THAI' ERSE J Ull J Second Week.
Kechncr, Joscpn lank
lllooin Hubert niigenbuch
C'atlawissa William Fox, lleniamin F.
Ceorge Shick, IVilliam Ccarheart
Derry Thomas (ullen, Samuel Larnahan
Fishingcrcck J oil 11 Heeler, jr
(i recti wood Philip Itecse
.lr.i kson Jbn Konce
Limestone (ieorge Smith
Milllin Joseph Kirdemlull, Vaiiicl !!unibobl
laeob Vii he. Henry I.ehr. Chrirlniu all
Mahoiiina; lleniamin illidins, Thoma
Woods, Jcob Olnistead
Madison John Ilcl., Amos Ulsel, Isaac Ue-
moll Hubert Stout, Jacob A wisher
Ml Pleasant liobert Nixeu, John .Iiicoby
Mont ur John lioyer, Joseph .Iousei' (Sam
lioaiitiL'cieck Edward II uglier, Michael
Valley James Cary
Suguiloaf Joshua Urink
TIM 'LESS JURY-Pint If'eek.
Hiiercreek Isaac Vocum, Stephen Mansfield.
John Kuorr, Luther llr wu, Jacob 14 ill, Thomas
Cattawissa- John Hartnian
Drrry Jubn CruVfoid. jr. SumucI Laird, Jo
1 islitngcrctk Jiunes hyer
Greenwood John Staley, William Fdsar
Hemlock Joshua Mcnde 1I10II' John Pursel,
Liberty James 'erry, J bomas Uullci, Win.
Limestone Michael Hawk, Willium Urady, ji
jltidison William Swisher, Jacob Wcllivei
Mnboiiiiig William Kitchen, William Hemic.
Ml Pleasant Isaac Musgrovo
Monleur Andiew Clark
Orange Isaac Kline, sen.
Koaringerctlt Silas Johnson, Jesse Price, John
llogclaud, Peter lloflinan
alley U illlain Caldwell, Joseph Mans
.11 IKY LIST
November 'Perm Grand Jury.
lllooin Charles Kiibler
Hiiercreek- Samuel llciring, John Frccso
Dcrry Tcmpleton Allen
Fishingcreck Isaac Hobbins, sen, Jamos Hea-
Greenwood Nicholas Kindt
Hemlock J ihn Cox
Jiicksou Chester Smith
Liberty Ucorge Sweny, Hugh McWilliuuis
Limestunc Daniel Foibncr
Madison Levi Disci, Nehomiah Wcllivcr
Mahoning-John U. ounor, Henry 1), D.
Ml 'leasant James (irimrs. Joseph Cilbort
Moutcur F.li Krum, William Deal
.S'ugarloaf Solomon Davis, John Kline, 7avid
Seasonable and Cheap.
HA'V'H just rcroivcil from Fliiladelpain,ilnl are
now opening n large ansoitnicntof
which they offer to tho public at tho most reduced
CASH OR COUNTRY IM10DUCI2.
1 heir flock of goods conils in pirt, jf Superfiino
common ami coarse cloths, cassimcrs, Satinets,
Muslins, Silkfi, Satins, Mnuselino de l.alues,
Lawns, Merinoes,Laces, American Nankins,
brown Hollands, Flannels, i'ill and cot
ton Velvets, Silk and cotton Hnndker
& colored Hose Cloves and Mils
or am. sonrs and si.ks,
Sic., 'ir,, itc., Sic,
Consisting in part of
SUGARS, COFFEES & TEAS
of assorted qualities.
MOLASSES, FISH & SPERM OIL.
Tobncco, SnulT, Spices, Salt,4Soap, Caudles, cVc.&c
L I V E IIP 0 O L
of every description that may be required.
OF ALL KINDS.
Ear, Ealltd. I font) and Hand Irmi d
IVagjnn ''ire nf every description im
may ue tuuea ur,
A I---., ..f 111 !.!.. ,
i imjit ...-.-,.111 iiii iii in 1 nun 011s. tinsel-., 1 ue,
ct....l. in. ,r..: ..... ....
oiiij.ii-.iiuu 1 niu-s, jmiivcs oc corks, I'ncKit inn
I'en Knives, I able mid I ea Simons, eollei' .Will
Flax seed Oil, and spirits cf T ilrtieulliie: sMciiin
brushes, weavers brushes shoe brushes, t lth hmi
cs, corn binoms, &c.
The public are requested to call and cxamiui
Ihemsehes licloro lliey purcliasu elsewh
sell cheap and 110 mistake.
Illwiii.-,liurg, Nov.'J, 1811. SU,
KB1IT & liKFTo
Under tho hctdins of Real', Read, Road,
will he seen an arlico in ihe. lale Democrat
wiitien, as iho tvrilrr says, fur the purpose
nf retracting and reasserlini;, asseittous
iiimiIh by tho writer, After which hu cues
111 with a yam in Iho folowiur inauiier.
I shnll endeavor lo perfmn my task aerord
my to tbe nature of the subject, and rest uli
iny asseriiuns upon rcasniiahli! and .'ml 11
foundations, such as cannot ho shaken it
Alter which lie claims 'o have kept to tl(
iruih for once. Hod the Honorable said
mil 'resi my assertions upon unreiiMiiiahh
mil sandy foundations,' 11 would have bei
bniicnt a-.nl to the pniut. Ilm 1 suitei 1
11 V last under tho lioadinr nf TRUTH
W ITIIOUT FEAR, iho truth, tho v. hoi
irtito am! iicihiug but tho uuili- and ilirre
lore eoi'SKier u uniieci ssaiy Id rrn to tM
rouble ol w asinio ink and imper, lor the
purpose of answtrini! suth aituiiienis a.'
ippenied out ihe signature of our llioihcr
('hip, lur ninth pan oT a man. As 1 sail
before, all persons wi.-hin 10 know iln
iruth can Ue saiisfied by callinj,' at my shop,
is I am picpared, as before, lo show iln
report and l-i.hioii as I lold the (ShNTLH
MAN. Oar worthy sir talks of seolnn
the fashion for ''II, but is not honest iiiouob
i( guv N and live, Hut wo will not be haul
mil, will attribute that to his shortness ul
breath. as it takes a long winded man 10 sat
I I and (he, which is the iruih, as bp
fore stated. Tho Gentleman keens 'er
dark about tho Ten Dollars I ofl'erfil lo I n
him, nlicr denyiii); my having ihe N. Y01I,
reports which I told bun I had ul the house
I his as wpII as the resi. I am pirparnl 10
prove at ar.y tune, ami Ihr lark dare nm
lake me up nor deny it. bin after a loop
sij-h and a twist or lo, he nllowtd hi
would not be nuch alraul to risk a V iIihi
I cr.ultl nut produce ilic New Ymk renoris.
hut look inlgliiy gond earn nut lo yet 011
iln money, knowing very well on uhiel
side his bread was liu'irreil Rcciillrci oid
birds are not to he caught wilh dial'; but a
livo dollar hill would have a MroiiL't'r louden
;y to ketch them. 1 will not go iho Hon-
hie of saying he had not the money (per
haps) he had, hut did not like the notion 01
loosing it, by way of a bet of that kind. It
boiug ihn fart thai the more truths I ass1;',
ihn more falaehoods will he hacked up a
gainsi ihein. I have for my pari, (so far)
as honor lo inyst'lf and to my orcupalinn
will allow me, delermined not to answer
any moio such outlandish untruths, hut b
way ul conclusion, I would now and for the
last lime, say 10 our worthy friend I. tifier
n resolution according to his own request in
krep cool anil not swos.r, say (Farewell)
and may you long live, and have time 10
repent, and enjoy yourself in this land nf
I'naconnd I'lcnly Onco more, FARI5-
llloomsburg, Nov. 0, 1811.
TALL & WINTER
WM. M'KBLVY & CO;
A VH just received, and are now opening n
largo and c.xrcnsivc assortment ol
suitable to the season, Consisting nf all the variolic,
ever kept hi a country store. Among their astorl
incut may be louiul the follo.ving,
Hroadc.lolbs, of all colors, iiualitics and prices
Cassimcrs, Saltlnctts, snd various other kinds ol
cUths, flannels Valencia, .ifarscillcs.&'ilk and otbe
vcslings, French -uul lOnglish Merinoes, lloinlia
7,'uifs, Fashionable Calicoes, Irish Linens, tfilk
Cotton and Linen Handkerchiefs, a variety ufSin
and Cotton Stockings, Gloves and Mils for Ladies
and Cenlleiuon, kid and leather gloves, bleach ei
and unbleached Muslin, of almost every ipuililv
Ticking and otliercotlou checks, Velvet caps, La
dies and Children's shoes of ull kinds, Men's lliirt
and thin boots and shoes India liub'ier over thoc."
eoltoti yarn, carpet yam, candle wick, Acc.
Liquors of all kinds, of the. hst qU'ility,MolasC'
Vncai of various quality, ColVee, Te.ispiees.Spern
and Fish oil, coarse und line .S'alt, Caudles, Fish
,1 large assortment of Earthen Queens
und G tnsswore. window glusx
of all sizes, Louting
Cose knives amlforkx, shoe knives
Bulls' and Screws uf till sizes,
Pud a oil door Locks. Saddle
Harness and Couch Trim
mings, Suw Mill and
square, and flat '.ur ir, n
sheet iron, ivuggon tire, nf
ull .vccs, in fact even thing
in flic Hardware line from a
cambric needle up to u blacksmith'
All of which will be sold !n exchange f'.rOASH
Ll."MUi:i,and COUNTIIV PliODCtJU of ah
kinds, on die most reasonable terms, and we iuvin
our friends 10 call and examine ir themselves.
Nov. U, 1811 59.
J Mill! (T.G the presort opportunity o
A evptersiim his thankfulness to hi, friemls.niii
Ibe public KClieially. for Ibe liberal pntron,ii;e In'
has heretofore received, informs bis friends and tin
public in general, that be still continues to com m
the above business at his old etahhshed stand, ni
Ibe corner ol Main und Fast ttree's, where In
hopes, by strict attention lo business, lo receive
and merit a shine of public patronajte as hereiot'ore
Ho ibems it niiiiece,ary logo into Ihe mmie t
bra?, or lo use any soU todder uboul bis SKILL n.
tbe PI!()Fi:.Sl(iN' UP ( V'MF.N T CI Tl I.Mi
as bis shop is of loin; slandin,', and bis woik I ,
thinks will speak lor itself, and far moie loudei
ihau words. Hut, he would merely sav llutl. he
warrants his work done with nealneis. iliii il'ibt.N
and in the bilist fiishir .uible manner, und will ci'i-
sun- n ,""iil hi in all ca,c.
i. l. ( harees modi rale to suit Ihe limes. All
kinds ol country pi ndnoe luken in evcliiuijje l,.i
woik, at inaiki t pi ires.
Ulooiiisluirt', ?o. II, ISM. !).
V viilue of ii writ of testatum Horn fa. lo nu
ll i reeled will be exposed to luiblie. sale at iln
Couit House, in Danville ou the IHMhday of Ao
it 1 o ClocK J . .11.
On a ccrl tin lot of ground situate in tin
town of Jerscytoivu, Madison township. Col. co
'lUtiiitiiuitoiiccigliW't an acre mure or less, hoiitid
d in lionl by main sheet, mid bv I1111I of John
We'lner and Kichard l'ruit, wbcteoii is eieclcd e
feA I) WELLING HOUSE
Hei7ed taken in execut'on and lobe
roperlv ot James llunel, in the bauds
uiiiusjfjto.s John Darii t and Hueh McLlratb
IRA .M IJ12RR, Sherif'
Siiruin's Ornci:. Dauvillo
Nov. Dili, 1811.
Is hereby given lo all eoneerned, that 1
have purchased al Oonsiahlo sale, ns tin
propeity ol lieoroe Itn-o, the Inlluwini
property, sod liavu left the 6ume in his pos
sessinn during my pleasure, and Inrbul anv
person inking it from him, eiibcr bv put
base or otherwise, without my consetn.
Two sorrel mares, ono bay roll, on.
wh'no and black row, one nil and whin
heifl'er. one sleili two plows, one harrow
nno fulling box, one half of twenty thru
H. it s n bent in the grnniu', one half t.
ooten acies nf rvo in the grnuml. filirn
acies of rorn, -ICO sheaves , f nais hull , i
800 sheavrs or rye. half of 20(11) shetMes i
wheal, five Ions nf hay, I) shoals, one iwi
horse waifgon. two si ns .,f wagou gpnrs
one windmill, one sc n, fno pie- i s i ( ip,
nno I'ltinw, one nog, nno corner n.Uioai.
I. .1 ...! I.
nisi une in mi ni' emeu,
Nov. 0, 181 1.
SY virtue nfnumM end. pxftrniBS fo tna ill
reeled, will he i-xpiueil to ptihbc sale at iho-
art Ilnllse. ill llnnvillr ml Nltllf'.t, . thn Kll!
lay of Nnveiiibcr next. t 10-o'clock, A, M. tW
oiiowuig property, to wit !
i eortain plar.laiion and tract of land sit
lac In llrlcrcrck lownshhi, Columttiii rountyi
ouliiinlllg IWn hundied and twelve acres, more or"
ss, hounded ou the caul hv the Susquehanna ri'
ei, nn Ihe westbv the main road leadins fiom Or"
oigevlllc In Berwick, and nrllollihig binds of John
! ..11.1 ...I (..., r . .- ..... 1, f ,.
.,...,,...11 mm uiin-r muiis 01 ucieniiani, nil 01 which
s 111 11 liijii stnltf ol'cultlVatiJni ivhureon is elected
I irge fritilU)
ndollieV outbuildings, - : '
Scicn tiikon In execution', mul lo lie jlofd as lJ.i
roperly of Gilbert Fowler. - .,
, A certain trad of land situate in' Detrv
ovvnoblp, Columbia counlv.adioiniiia lands of John
lllec Samuel Irittain. John llenfield, the widow
'ingle's heirs, and others, containing one hundred
on Mxly acies, more or less, jrnefeon is erected
Hrr S t,N,:
SsSSKa FRAME E.-iRN,
a. id oilier out buildings, a glod
111 ii v; 1,1'
with the flppcrlenaticcs
Sei.ed. taken in execution, and to lo sold as lliu
property of Uciijamin Lake.
A rertain tract of land aiiu itp in Fishing
reek township, Columbia countv, containinz ono
liiindrcd and tumtv nine acres, more or less, ad
joining Inndsot Christopher llowman, John Duclt-
atwanu others, whereon is erected a small
mil SAW .MILL.
Scicd taken in execution, ami to tie eold as inc
property of Daniel Iceland.
A certain lot ol'eroun I situate in" ihe v I
lige ofOrangeville, Columbia coiuily, eootan.o'
ball acre; whereon is erected two
lying on main street, numbered in Ihr plan of sui
umii, unjoining iiinusui isane lvlme anil others.
Beieil, taken in execut'on, and tii he sold iv.s be
property of Charles 11. Mchoi-un.
1RA.M DEKK. Shciff.
Siir.nirr's Ornci:. Danville,
Oct., 20, 1811.
j, virtue of a levari facias to mcdircctcd, w.'II
be exposed lo public sale ot the Court Hli.'o
o Danville, 011 .Vnturday tin- 1 Bib day of Aotorn.
er ncxt.at 10 o'clock A. M. the lollowins pronci---'.
to wit . . ,
All that certain (ract of land, adrnininr-
lands rf P. K.Herbine, Adam Maiks, David Ibich
man, Philin Vost ami niln-r l.m.U tl... ...i
uel i os, continuing
be ibe uinie more or less. ,
Seized taken in execution, mul In l.n .t..
-w tu.v. US IHO
properly ufbainucl Vost. ?;
ALSO -- '
A ceriain one and a half sior'v fr.nin
hoiiso or biiildim?. silnate ni llri.-rri,
i olninliia countv. near the rn.nl in i!v. V... ..
jjlnomsliuri; lo Dcrwick, adjoining a Ipl of Jose h
iMlkcilllllll oil tho linilll. Ilrrn.v .. tl... I I .
, , - i no
mas Kane on ihe south, and Jesse Kirkct.dall CM
ibe west, said bouse conniMne in front eii-blcen
bet. and in denth eiebleen r....i ..,! ii... i . i
iiiive of "round and cuitlledijc iippcrtcuanl lo snid
Seized taken in execution, mul in ), ...
-i .V emu b., II o
properly of Charles Seidle.
1KAI DERR, Sheriff
Siir.niKF's Oi ricL', Danville,
Oct. ao, 1811 I
TluCKMlil SjM in Ccs.t.. U,o-iV. i v .
is now an ueknowh",,! f.,,i : . . ,
CASKS &"!fi.'T''nftr i, I....
one, boih for the I) U Y li R ami MILLER .
JL'ST niiCEIVKD 01.15 SJX'O.N D ST(J(. K C F
WXJ1' ha'e been selling Boods ou the. CJ&'JI
V 1 SWSTK.n fico Ir.sl Aui, mu its .ml.
versal pojiulanty with all who have Viv.i, ,
call and seen for tbeniselits.
ing to their customers, imluustbcm in invit,- ,
leaders of lliu Columbia Democrat to a trial of its
I" 111 lit
Uur slock of Goods consiss of all the vruicty of
DRY r.OODS, G ROGER IKs. '
QUICIONSWARIi:, iiakdw.i i:
noors, sunns, ua-p.
usually kept in n country slore.
All of which have Ihcii purchatcd i N .
mil Phihiilslpbia, fnr the CASH ii.M',
il.is inriins, wt pay f, Wl, , (.,.,-.. , ,
iwn, mid we -K no additional i oCt f; , ,
'Ostium 'y bad dehls; tlui.-luivmirM. u.
..o CAN s-r.Li, .a ,.M I i .UiVANf L-- .
I. DO Tl". loo, U qucfctlon '. 4
u-dv kiiews win- haie' bought r( us.
oiu n i- in iho HlilCK Jit it l-'.vr;
" I.ci , I iill hi,, , ;, ami tin II c, , ,
M ,io it- "1r Mont -will ' , ....
U e lin.i. Hi i m ',, l)v ,, Mtf (
pons, U care ooi afraid lo rhow i,
Danville July -I I s I J, U'tll