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Concerning the llenumtl f the Seal
if Justice f Cotutnbiti County.
from Ihnvitte to llnoinshiirg.
Miction I. H it enacted by the Heiiultt ami
UHC ol licproeiilatives of tliu Ooiiimonweutlli ot
Pennsylvania in ttencrnl Amlly met, nd il in
hereby aded by llu' aiiihoihy of the name, Thni
il .hull and may be lawful lot the Uualirle.l Vo
ters wliii have Kcsldeil In Columbia Conn-
f,., .t l.K.IST SIX C.II.K.XIKIIl
.rf .V'7 immediate! vrtceJing Hit next den-
i ml FAtel'wil. d) vole at such election upon the
(lUfslion oflheir Hem of Justice from Danville, to
Hlomnhuii, in said couiily, In 'the manner fol
l,,,,,;.,,. i,. u. ii .. Ttmn in favor of a Removal
J, ,11 v.iin a written or minted tii k-t libelled
i. si' P mf li s TltlR." and contuininii the
words ' FOR DLOOMJSflL'lxC:," and lhoe op
posed to n hVmoviil, shall vote, a w.iltcn or prinl
oil ticket labelled asuforesaid, and couUiniiiK the
words" FOR UANVILLrV'lheBaidtickelstooe
.liMinsilcJ in a box which ahull he provided for thai
urnoxeat em!i nd rveiv of thn elei-lion polls ol
I eoiiulv. and the return of said oleetioa ahull
he made, in the, name manner hy the. Return Jutltfcr-
as in the cm of Iho election ir .Mcn.S'ls ol me
.,h !. jn.l if mi tlii nicel'inu of thn Return
.(..litii it .hall ainit-ar thai a majority of the vol
h;iv l.ueii cricn in favor of IMoonisblUir. then till
f-ll wins letions of thin aft shall he of full fmci
and elVecl; but il il ahull appear lhat a majority of
votes are nj-ninst BiooiiinhnrR, the lollownig sic
liiiiDi nf tlllK net hhiill be null and void.
Six. S. That if a majority of the voters of said
eniintv .if Columbia, nualilied ns aforesaid, volm
on add question of lte.ii.ovul, ahull decide in the
mannerprovidcd in the tint section 01 uuu in
favor of the Removal of the Sent of Justice of naui
county to the town of 13looinhnrg, tht. citizens ol
Hloonuhurg in said coui.lv ahull erect, or cause to
he erected. JIT Til Kill OU'A PHOPKIl
KXPK,SK, within three years trom aim unci
such electioiCin iho town of )loomsbiit(j, suitabh
buildings of BRICK or STONE, oflhe.MOSI
APPROVED PLAN, for a Court Mouse am
1'iis.in, and dille rent ollicos for the safe keeping ol
the county tccords, under the direction of the
County CommibsionerH, who are authorised to re-
ceivo a conveyance lor such lot or lots oi growio
foriheuseofsuc.il Cotintv buildings, not LL'Sf
than ONE ACRE, in fee simple dear of all in
cumbrances, for the use of the couniy of Columbia,
iho aaid building to be erected on such lot 01 lots
of ground ao conveyed. And the Court House
and othernublic buildinaa and real estate on which
they arc erected or is appurtenant Ihureto, ut the
town of Danville, are hereby granted uml column
ed to Iih inbuliiliiiits .if Mahoning towiishil), with
full authority to sell and dispose of the same to tin
besl ai vantige.and lhat so much o the proceeds ul
faid aale.ua ia nece a rv to refuni! to the citizens ol
Duuville whatever amount of mom y they may have
given for the original construction of the public
buildings ut said town, and the purchase af he lob-
el ground on which thev are erected, snail ue le-
funded ti the aaid citizen., und ihe balance to be
mid into the Counv I reasurv for county purposes.
I'rnmdal No disnonilimi or sale of such public
buildings shall be made until Ilia to irt house and
pub lie buildings a', liloonul org shall be completed,
und the public records und ollices le removed ihotc
tn. M:c. ;i. That so soon as the pulilic tiuinungs
are completed according to the provisions ol tins
net, the Commissioners aforesaid shall lile a reporl
o! the same in the Cuu't of Common Pleas of said
cuut.ty and said Court being mlisfied that said
buildings ure fully completed acconling to the true
ii.lf ul Mod meaning of this a. t, and a record thee
of being made by endorsement thereon, Iho Com
missioners Voil Sheriff of aid county ahull there
upon cause the prisoners, il any theie conliiied in
the old prison, U) be safely icmovcd to Ihe new.
and the public pkjicrs and records then reu.ainini;
in the public ulies ul iJanville, to be safely depo
sited iu 'he new buildings so us aforesaid bull: and
prrpuicd for the reception thereof, and fiom thencc
f.ulli tiie .Seat of Justice in und for the couniy ol
Columbia shall cease to be ut Danville, ui.d tin
tame shall be removed and fixed ul the town ol
liluoiiisbuigt iu the suid county, und the public of
tices lieil'lol'uro kept, uud the courts herd oft re held
ul Zauville, iu and fur said county of Columbia,
shall lie kept and held at liloomsbuig in the build
iiiys erected for their accommodation us uforeauid.
Skc. 4. Il shall be lawful for the citizens ot
15!oom-burg to obtain subscriplions from ai y ptr-
snii or persons willing to subscribe any iiiouev i,r
materials lor the erection of such public building
as are provided for in the second section of this uct
aim Hi ilel.iull ol tlie payment ut llic same, tlie
county Commissioners ure hereby empowered to
cause suits to be brought in the name of the county
to enforce the recovery of the same, and w hen col
lected to be applied towards defraying the expenses
uf such buildings.
rise. 5. If unv person or persons shall vote on
the question of removal of the seat of justice ot said
county of Columbia, at the electiou authorized to
be held by virtue ol Una act not duly quulilied to
vote in accordance witll the first section of this uct.
or shdl vote out of his or their proper distiict, oi
shall vote more than once on said question, be oi
they so iill'endiug upon conviction thereof befoie
the proper court of iiuartcrsvssions of said county,
shall be subject to ihe penalty providid for iu tlie
general election laws of tins Commonwealth.
Nte. G. if unv judge or inspector of the election
oull.o i-e i to Le held by virtue of this act, shall
knowingly or willully icject the vole ol a cili7.cn
qilalilied to vole on tlie tpi. stiou of Removal ol the.
seat of justice in said county in accordance with the
firs seclloij of this act, or shall receive the vole o!
a peisou not qualified to vole us ufurc.said on said
question, he or they so oll'eniliug, upon conviction
thereof before the proper court ot quarter sesi.iiis
of said county, shall forfeit and pay for the ut-e ol
said county lor every sui h offence, a sum not less
than three hundred nor more than six hundred dol
lars a Ihe discretion of tlie court, und shall undergo
an imprisonment in the jail of said county for a
period of not less than twehe months or more than
fcj.c. 7 If any judge, inspector or clerk of the
election authorized to be held by virtue of I his act
shnll wilfully miscount, or shall falsely uud fiuudu
lently add up and n turn the votes received upon the.
question aforesaid, or shall keep a false tally paper.
i.r shall be guilty of any fraud in the discharge of
his dulies, every person so ollending upon couvic
liori thereof iu the pn per court of qnaiter sessions
pi said county, shull be subject to the same line and
penalty as aie imputed upon delinquent judges or
inspectors by the general election laws ol this Lom
iStc. 8. Il thall be the duly of the judges and
inspecting conducting the electijii authorized to be
held by virue of this ud to cause the letter to
be legibly and distinctly set opposite the name ol
every citizen alio shall vote on the question of the
Kcinov .il of the seat of justice as aforesaid, nn the
tally paper on which his name thai! be recisteied,
and any wilful omission so lodo shall be deemed a
fraud, ind shall he punuhed as such h accordance
with lhr provision! of ihiiaaveulh auction of till art.
iSiic, M. It ahall he the duty of every judu. iu
sne.'l.ir and clerk conducting lha election aulhor-
.-.I lo he held by virtue of tlirs act, to lake (in addi
lu.n to the oalli or atlirinuliou ho is now required In
law to take) an oath or affirmation that ho will
lioncstly uud faithlully comply In every tespeci
with Ilia provisions and reqilireuieiiia oi lilts aci,
bKo'lO Il hll bfl ilie iluty nf iho re
mm iu.l.ffs of aiil county, bi llie lims untl
nlufB of their tneetinir In runt up all llir
votes received in lli dillVreiil cIhciioii din
incla nn iho tuestiott of (lie Kemoval of llir
seat of juslico aforesaid, am! shall inako out
iivo fflriitienti'i nhowiiiii die rf nut, one oi
which ahall be filed in the otlice of i lie clerk
of the r.ourl of quarter ecaaioiiH and ihe olhn
in the ollice of ihe (oiniiiissioiiers ol" saiff
coiiniv of Colunihia.
Sue. 11. It shall be ih duty of ihe Slier
ilf of tht) aaid county of Colunihia. to cause
mis act to he tiubliaiieil in at least three
newspaper published in said count) for ai
least once in every week lor sixty flas un
niediau lv nrecailing ihe next eeneral elec
tioii, and shall on ihe day of the election
cause at least Uo printed copies, one ol
which shall be in the (iirnian language, p
s lit! act to be posted in handbill form, in ih
most public place nearest the election poll
in every election iltsiricl in gaiil countv ami
the reasonable expense of such puldieaiioi
ihnll be paid by ihe said county of Colum
bia by orders drawn in the usual way.
Sr.c. 12 So muc h of ihe existing law
of this Ooiiiinonwoalih as are tillered ot
supplied hy this art, bo and the same an
hereby repelled; and also the act of Assem
'ilv tiiifsfid lOthJtine 181)0 einnlml at; an
relalintf to tlie lien of Mechanics i.d others
upon buildings, is hereby repealed so lar a
il relalfis lo the buildinfjs to be erucied i.
pursuance nf ibis ari
Appiovcd of and signed by thcGovernoi.
Slaughter of Witches'. During t hi
17llt century, 40,000 persons ure saie
io have be n put lo death (or wilchcraf
in England alone. In Scotland Ih.
number was piobably in pioportiou I.
'he population, much giealei; tor it ii
oerlam, that even in the Usi 40 yeai
"f ihe sixteenth cenlmy, the e xecniioh-
wi re noi fewer than 17 000. In 1713.
Mie madne.'S may be fanl u have tenc!.
fd its hie,liesi pitch; for in thai yen
occurred the celt brated case of the
4m cishire t!r niived of their lives In
the inherent lalsehooiU of a nichilvou
iichin. The civil war far fiom st'e-
liendinft ihe pinseruiioii, seemed to have
eduubled il. In 16 I'l-5, the iiiIjidoii-
.1itthew ll.ipkins win able lo earn a
livelihood by Ihe proi-ssion m wncn-
. . . . n e . i
lindei, which he exercised, nut indeed
wilhntil occasional sujiicion, but still
iviih general success. And even Iwen-
y vests later the delusion va sMI unc
lioned by tlie most vei.t Table name ol
Iho English law!
!. . . . a VJl.JL
A young man who was aiticiied to
Miss Clara Webster, (who was la'fly
hurried to death on lh stie of IJmy
Lane,) has since the catastrophe, made
hit e aiienipis upon his own lile. lie
lus' oiieir, tiled lo starve niniseii; tie
hen liiid ullllccefll ly to cm his
luo.t;and, last, he unileitook to die
he same death as his beloved, by set
inn Ire to his clolhiitt. llu has smee
lied uf the combined ell CIS of so.iow
ml self ii'juiy.
ANOTHER FEMALE A RRES I'EI)
A MissSus.in Vales has been nrrsi
... eil, in M. Ijoiii!.; iiiioii a ca;jia-, io..'
fiom the ciimml Court, and commnler
to jail. She is churned w it!i aid ne. Ho
scape of .slaves to L ni id i and Ihu lie
Siaics fi utn Ihe vicinity.
INCREASE OF POl'UIJM'ION.
The 'Miscellmy,' i.uUishcd at Yi.rk
vil!e S. C. , sav: 'We learn from un-
foubled atithoriiv thai Mrs. Jemim
Mattocks, an inmate of the Poor Ilotis. ,
ivas salely dtliveretl on Wedin sday
n jiiil of three childicn, who wiih tin
mother, are all (loirin well. In llo
bitths, thete were two sons and one
liujjhUT; Ihe hoys are lo he named
Polk and Dallas, and the irl Ti Xis.'
THE FATAL DUEL IN GEORfJI
The Coluuibia ('aiolioin. speaking
of ihe duel biiween M.j. JjIiii Rarilow
and J. G. Iiurlon, says;
They fought '.villi muskets and Mr.
Mm ton fell mort il'y wounded m tlie li s
lire. He was conveyed lo Hubbard';
Hotel, II i nihil' gh, and died leu hoot-
after wards. Milh of the etiiem('i
had tnan ied eaeh othei's sisters, and tin
diflicuhy which led to this fatal result i?
aid in have oi initiated in private alTi'ii.
of which ifie public should Iciow noth
ing. Tlie mode of linhiinn was cho
sen by Mr.13urlon.and to ay the Itasi ol
it, was barbarous and almost urprece
denied. A. relative nf Mr. Mnrlon,
Lieut. Gopj;ins,ot the U- S. Army, fell
in a similar rencontre, years ago, on
which occasion this unusual weapon
was used, and we imagine he derived
the precedent from lhat alliir.
(T7Tlie Water has been 'et into tlie
Tide Water Canal and the first boat arrived
at Coldm jia on Thursday last,
The Iiiaiicnrul Addrcsn of
I'olk was reeeivrd loo late for publioaiilJ,
ilns week, We shall publish it in out next
I'lie llarrtsburg Union in speaking of ill
iddress.sayi 'The Address is every thinp
dial the great democratic party could desire
hiuts forth in a clear and concise niannui
he principles upon which the goveinmeni
will be adininisieied by 'resilient Polk,
iihI gives the strongest assurances thai
i qual protection will bo extended to all the
rreat interests of the coui.try. It is jusi
iiRh a state paper as might have been antt
inaled from one who had imbibed lus
lessons of experience from the Patkiot
Q"Ve are autliunzed by the Hoard o
C.itul C'oti)iiiissiuiier!: lo slate, says tht
Democratic Union thai the Main Line ol
he Pennsylvania Canal will by the lOih ol
March next be in good repair, and sliouln
lie weather pennii will he opened on thai
Uy lor navigation.
HZf The Am Ollice liill has passed boll
uses of Ciuigriss, and u whs gtnerallv
ii In veil lliai Hie Presideni woulii sign it.
LLt u itl li. il .J i.i
MARRIED In Poitsvilln, on ih
l.'Mi u It. by
Mr. Geo 1 5.
the Rev. R. W. Thoma-Sas-
'I Pott'vill", ti
Miss Rebecca Ann Philu's, of
In Dinville, on ihe 20 h till, by thi
Utv. James Ewinc, Mr.
Jkuker. of Peierhni j, Perry cdUoIn
o Miss M AH I'll A E. JoNES, of Dm-
.a it i im j nit iimmmmm
DIED. In D.nvill", on Ihe 25 I
ult Ellen A. Mitchell, djuhter
J. K. and S j i al Mitchell, in the 3
year of her age-
Uloojisuuho, Maich S, 1S45
Corn, ' 4f;
Cloverseeil, 3 5(
Fl.ixeed, 1 2:
KttK. ' f
End ( 7
Di it d Api'if, ."ii
While Alans 5'1
Rues wax !r
Choppers, Miners an :
Carters with Tcan?c.
'I'llii sulnciilier winces to get
?O0O t'uKUsi Ob" WooiJ (.'I T
. .i ,. .1 .... l : .
mid lull II I llll'Mio ino wuiuiei u i Hi ruiiiuiij tuill
m-r- Will want.
4000 T(,-NH of ore m:::i)
ihrmi'li the '.nr. nuhl iivo rtri.li.y t-i ! 01 h
or SIX TKAMSthr.Mijh the hiiipii.er l.aidiie,' ecu'
Wood (.'hniiei are reiiicsted I,, cull nu.
take .Inhs. t.'nll on the suhbcnher at Iiim rc.Mileni i
on I'ishiiiL'c. ceii. Id. Mi-in ) WKI.I.;
McDowM'i Mills, January 15,
V-fflIFRRAS, tho I'on. JosKi-ii B. Antikim
y y President nf the Court nf Oyer snd Te'j
miner nd (.enernl Jail Delivery, t.nurt, ol lnartci
Sessions ot" the I'eace.iind Court of Cotninn I'leas;
and Orphans' Court in the. eighth judicial disiri.i
nntirsed of tho counties ol iNortlnniincrlani'
"niiin, ('oluinhin und I.yconiin!;; and thn llni
Wdlidin Dmiithlxim and (ienrpe ilwk, Ks
iui.es, Associate Judges in Ciihiiuhia counly.havi
issued their ir"cej;t he iniini dale tho 2Vlli ilny ol
Ian. iu the year of our Lord one thousand
iuht hundred and furjy.five, and to me directed, for
.7 Court of Oyer awl errmner, ami brn-
enil Jau Delivery, uenerul Quarter
Sessions nf Ike 'race, Common I'te.us
ami Orphan's Court.
IS DAN VII. 1. R, iu the County of Columbia,
in thn third Monday of Apirl est, .'being the
Hit lay) und to coutiruo one week :
jNoiico is therefore hereby given to
tno ('ornncr, the Justices of the Tcare, and Con-
lahlcb of the said counlv of ('ohunhia. thn' t'ie
do then and there in their jiroiior iersens, st Id
o'clock in the forenoon of faid day, with their
records, inquisitions and other rcmcinhraiu cs, to
those things which to their offices appertain to
he clone. And lhn?c that arc bound by rcrnni
.Alices, to prosecute jpainst the prisoners thai me
r may he in the Jail of said county of Culum'uia,
or to le then and there to prosecute agninst then.
as shall be just, Jurors are requested lobe tiunc
tual in thciraltendance, agreeably to thei- notice..
Dated ot Danville, the 27th day of Jan. in
thn year of our Lord one thousand eirht
hundred and forly-fns and in Ihe. M year
of the Independence of ihe L'nittd ytutcs,
I RAM DERR Sheriff,
Snrnirp's Orrici!, Dan ills
J..U 27. 1845
i lit'. I'arin nn uhi.O, ,l.a I
,, ,, mv iiuiran
Ul Si li iirloitf. M' 1 1 1 hft rerorol l..i I IV I.' V I,' 1 i
. , , - ".oi 1 n:in
Irak... il.A (....a ... A . .....
"iu 111 ai U A liril IICXl. Hjli l'..rn
er iiiiiiiiveinenl, wuh a goor
upon the ptemises. ioimt
known upon applications ic 1
V n II l.s, ixeeuio.
v.?arloaf, Dec, 27, 1811.
Estate of Christian A. Iirubst.
. TI1IJ Creditors of (Jnrisiian A Ilrobsl,
ir hcrebv notified that the undersigned an
pointed an Auditor, lo ilisiribuie iho fund
in the hands of James riessapts, Lq. ad
unnisirator of Lzra S. Hay hurst, deceased
who was one uf the Assignees of Cluisiiai
Brohht. anioinr the creditors of said
Christian, will atieiii! at the house ol'Chailec
llariman. in Callaissa. on I hutsdiiV, th
:ld day of April next, at 10 o'clock of said
lay, to perform the duties ol I. is appoint
mem. where all names inieiesieo in in
said estate are hereby nniified to attend.
Februaro 7, 1815. 3i43
List of Jurors
Fur April Term, 1815
sra ml Jurors.
Bloom Hphraiin I.uiz Samuel liar
lirierereek John K I ill Robert McCurd)
Caiiawissa Lewis Yetlcr
Durry William Curnalian
Franklin John Voughl
Jaeksnn Ueorjie Aliifer
l.iiiK stone John fcJ. Dye
Liberty William Dale
Milflm John Uruver Cluislain Sim
Mahonii!!' John Kustel Ell Wilson
lohn ( J'hornpson
.Mi. l'les.;iu William Wilier w-jvij vie
Montour Ja-nes I'arton John Hu lnr.
Madison I Jenjaniin Wintemtctn
( )i:iiioe John (.'rouse
lo;iiui('ieek John Davis
TIUVZRS JUROn$-Jai 1813
Bloom EH Crivtling
Uriercnek William McMiehael M. W
Jackson John FsDavis Frederick Neicclv
(Jstiawauissa Jesse Monroe John Un
....... in r i
perry Neal .Mil-oV John lileo jaeoi
Seidie I'eier Shol'Z
Frai.liliu-Jolni Low John Menel. dtor.
Hemlock. -I'nhrrl Moore.
! iri.n-ni.e Sicphcn Halliel Sainin
ahUell I'lulip Uunyaii John Fl.od,
Mahoning William Schuyler Ciirmlu
Aladison Tlmtnas Bather Jacob Demot
Jarob l)rr izelpiee John Keiner
Ml. I'leaeanl John II Viilillerslict
Oramy Abner Welseh
U.,arii'iiciee!; Daniel Lrrau Sabnstim
llo'-vcr Naih.ui Diiishae.h Soloniari Fel'er
Siuarliiaf Jatiiuel Uoan lietjami.
V'.dlev-Jacob Sillier Andrew Child
ISAAC' COK.Nr.l-ISOX, .teceasi-d.
NoliiM) is hereby givi'n to the eie Ittor.
of Isaac Cornelison, deeeiised, lhat ! wii
aiiei.d ai the public house, of Charles l)..eh
ler, in ihe tnxvnoflSlooinsbi.ro. on f'ridiij.
ihe 28ih day . f March next, for ihe pnrpo.-t
if apportioninfj! (he assets of the said Lslait
iinonir the ereditois,
JAMlJ.V 1'LfJASAN I'S, .Qwlimr.
January 27. 1815
T (TcoTT TH Y 33 12 11 V 13 A IS 1
fHK ulie.-ihcr di-irous of (iii(tiiy husiiK-s
"" sccuuitt of his health, will
HE ST HIS STORE,
propc.ly to anv person u favourc.l.le term, xOn
vs. ill ririvCIIA'tfK Illct -STOCK or COOli.
reinaiuin oi) hand. Ili:i -. itiialien for i!i.iu0' hiisinesp
he consider-i, the he.-l in tho county.
rTlie also leijueslea all llione indebted tn bin:
lo come aiif inal.e pavn.ci t before the I .it, o'
April, after lhat time, cxery nccoutit not paid, wii,
he sued xx idiout respect tJ pcrnjn.
E. II, LIG03.
Jan. 2d IttlS.
r a t i s i a i : m : t a i l o i n .
Come one, come all. nice r.ic a cat! !
ME fuhscibcr returns bin ninceie tluirit l
for the liberal pulrnnace heretofore bcstoaei
upon liim, and hnpes for a cnntiuui.nce of ihesa uc
with an i.icrease duo the merit of his shop. He in
tends sparing neither pain or labour to rende
sntbfartion in any rase.i.rid will w urrent hiit w orl
done with tnMo and duiabilily.A.ND AMTTl.T
.s'EATtll THA.V CAN BK DONE IN AS
()7lllf. SiOf IN THIS PLACE. Ha hir
jut reieived Mnhnnc, lute repoit of Fashions, frnir
I'hiladclphis. which can be seen ot his shop at urn
limo, by which he is enabled .to cut according Ir
the la'cst style, or to order. His prices nte ir
accordance to the time. All kinds of cniinlrx
produce taken in payment for work at market prio
A very reiisonahlo discount for cash.
I'. .V. I.EIDY.
N. R. Cutting done wilh the greatest care, am'
at ths shortest nolice.
P. S. L.
Bloomburg, Oct.. 181 .6
SEQUESTU 'J.XJR SALE.
y virtue ol a Writ f .qr8,rHlini u
"""iier.e.i, mil h exp-scd lo sale, hv id.
Par, on Samr.T.v the Wi, ,;1V ,M,,f,.,
ixt at IOoVl.uk, A. AI ..,, .he prem.se.
ft CP I tan. of D.onri.l n,i
I airiW'lltMM ..... ....I .. ...
noreor let, bounded hy hinds f ,
-aeatu 1 ubias Bl.iiris, .ro w,
Seized liken . ANUA
is the property of H! Hani:
Iram I)i:ku. ,. , ,e ,
Siikrikf's Okfick. Danville
February 15 Itil5
BY viituenf a writ nf sequestration. in nn
Jirected, will he exposed to public sale, bx;
the year, on the premises, on Monday, llu
I Oi h day of March nexi, al 'i o lock, 1'. M
the folloxvini; property to wit:
Jl certain tract of land siluult ii.
Milllin loxvnsl.ip, Columbia coumy, con
nore or less, iiiljoiniiiij lands of Corneliu-
Kirkeudall Leonaid Kitkendall, and oilier
xv hereon is erected mm
t nil a goud
villi the apperteti'incei.
Seized taken in execution snd to be cob
s the property of Philip llarloeker
Iram Dkrr, Sequestrator.
StiEntFF's Office, Danville.
It V virtue of a vend. ex. lo nie directed
v.dl be exposed to public sale al the hotiv
.1 Fredt iick Nicely, in ( Berwick, Momlaj
he 17ih day of March next, ai 1 o'clock
'. M the following property, viz:
A certain lot of ground situate in Centr
ujxvnsl.ip, Coin nbia couniy, ennlminn out
SIXTEENTH OF AN AKCE,
iiore (r Ins?, bounded by lands r.f Isaa.
I.oxv, John Knnrr and Joseph Kirkeudah,
vhnreou is erected a
Tiro stoiix rn.iME
v welli.no worst:,
Ni-ized l. ken in exfu'ion find to be sole
is the piopertv of John Jones, dee d. in tin
nn ds ol his administrator M J. Jack-on.
I it am I) unit. Shtrijf.
Sni Rirr's Ofh'.'k. Diiiv.lle,
Feb. 15 le 15.
' smuur-E sjle.
it V virtue nf alevari lacusiu nie ilirectn
v ill ba i xioiset1 to public 3:1 lo at iho Cmir
IIoiisp, in Danville, on Saturday, the lail
hit of March next, at 1 o'clock, l' M
I.e folloxvinjr properly, xiz:
A rertaii: iisci of land situate in Franklin
oxnubip, Columbia county, cumainiiij
r ihereahouts, hounded by land (,f J icol
ihult., ', ha 15, rd,
ootiiv hue and the
ihe Noriluiiiilii rlam!
if which is cleared lurid, and in good slat.
,1 ( t.i.ivaiion. On Ihe premises there i
reeled a one mhI a half slorv Fix" A Ml'
I) W i:i, LING HOUSE.aFKAAlL KAKi
.ud SAW MUA..
Seiz. d laketi in execution and to ba sob
s tiie property of Jidin ('. llo)d.
Ai the snine lime and place, by virim
if a vnulitio exponas, to me directed, wil
he sold ihe lollnxvirg property, to wit :
A ceiicin loi or parcel of ground
iuiale in thn loxxn of Uloomsbttrg, Dioon
loxviishi:., Uoitiirilna couniy, ci)iiiaitiiiii uvo
birds ul an aero, more or less, bounded 11
nun on Main street of said town, on tin
iisi by an alley, nn ihe north by an all ex
mil on ihe xvesi bv a lot belonging to Uo
n it Cj.'hcarl, whereon is erect d a
1 a m
ne shop, one stable and one shed, a we!
f xvaier with Rpunip;withilie ttpppr'.enarce
Seized taken iu execution and 10 be soli!
is the propei ty of ilium Rnbisnn.
Iram Df,rr, Sficrtjf.
ShniffK Office. Danville
Feb 15 1845
CH AISLES 1?. IILXKALEW
Alloriit'j- ni La iv 1
fijfir.e South side of Main st. opposite
r.yer Jl'l'cy e Store,
tr-'WH l, ATTEND COURTS IN
N1H COUNTIES OF COLUM CIA
U li jual received, and iou uoxv opening M
luigC Ulld I'Jkcl.hixti KMVllllll m of
"fable (,. Ihe season, rtm.Ming 0f q va.ielieii
"1 l'il 111 acoui.iry btorn. Aamiu, il.r
i.e.. li no.) le lound llit- following.
llr-iidcl.nhs, of all ,-olorN, qualiri,., ,1 ,i(T1
...smiers, t-'nlt.m-llH. muj vrj, ,,h uher kilo's of
I'Mhs. tl o. nels Valencia, .Varseilln. Mlk ol oilier
cM.I,s, f-'rel.,h Slid EliRlisb Me,i.eH, l,di...
nies. r nshiuiinl.lx 'i:...... i.i .. 1 ....
,, ,, , - i.i.-ii j.imriH, .-UK,
' "lion and Linen Handkerchief a vucieiy ofilk
Old Colt,,,, .Stnckint!, fJl,,vruu, ,1jB (jr I,B,i,w
"id Oonih.nH.n, ki.l ntnl leather Blove, ,, u( hc.l
"id unhleucl.ed MumIIm, of almost every oiialitv.
I.J.'llnr u.,.1 ...... J - -J
, . . 'i)ii or. I'liecKs, tpivet cioik, J,ii.
-oioreiisKn..eKot,illlinds, Men's tlihk
'id "hoes 1 1 1.! irt Ikitlt'iiT ...n, .l..,..a.
1, candle wick, Ae,
Liil.ors of all kind", of tlir rr
S'iiiii of various quality, Collie,". K.
u.d i'iili oil, couise at. d line .Suit, CtfV
d large assortment f Earthen Queen
und Glassware, win daw glass
af ull sizes, Looking
Case knives und forks, shoe knives
Hulls and Screws of all sizes ,
Pad and door Locks, Saddle
Harness and Coach Trim
mi tigs, Sato Mill und
square, and flat tar in n
sheet iron, waggon tire, tf
all sizes, in Juct every thing
in the Hardware line frun tt
eambric needle tip ta a blacksmilh's
All of which will he Fold 'n exchonrje forCAMI
I.UMIIliU, and COLNTKY I liOJJLC'K of all
(inds, on ihe m.iwt rensoiiahle tern s, and xxc invite
rur friends to call and exumine for themselves.
Nov. U, 1811 S!l.
t hair Janiiihtlor .
'UJIIli subscriber havintj estshlished a tYKH
j C7-I 7.-.Vt'f'.lfTrtl on Afain
Uect, near the residence of L. H. Msus, lie is now
layaicd lo furt.isli ( VnniiH of every description, oa
is uoud terms as lliey can Le ptircha.id elscwI.ciO
1 th county.
SVci us Bed Posts, Waggon Ilnlsi
Ease Elucks, -c.
SIGN, ORNAMENTAL iy II0US1-J
IO USE MPKRIXG.
This latter brunch, from his exiicrienco, he Mieviw
'10 nan do a little Letter ban any oilier person in
(tl'I'UPLAR PLANK will be taken in pay.
tnent at tliu highest ! .Uct price
SAM I lilj 1IAUKJMJI;C'H
niooinshnr.;, July 4, I84p. I Itf
WORMS KILLS TiroUiTUNUSr
.1 HII.DUKX sic most subject to them.hut per
sons of all lines are liable to he ulllicttd with
liicni. Lid hreaih, palenets about the lips llio-hed
I. ci k-,, iiickliiir at Ihe tiu.se,xvasliiig uway, leanness
imin iu the howeU, joints or limbs, disturbed sleep
muhilul dreams, inoaniui; and sometimes of voi
ncioiH appetite, are among the symptoms of worms
luny aro doctored for months, for some other tin
iff' n ary di.icaso, when one box of Hictni id's V'u ir
l,o.ei.i;.',a would ell'cct a cure. I), llxan, corner
I'l'iinco street and tho Uoxvcry, cured a man of
vorms tliu xvas reduced lo a skeleton, and hy only
mi) box of Sherman's Lozenges: heis now as f it
is an Alderman. Th lion. D. li. licardulry
lias saved tho life of on f his children hy then..-
I ho nalo ot over 3,000,000 ol boxes has hilly test
d them. They are tho only infallible worm de
troyitii; niedicuio knewn. VMiat laintly xviil lo'
('oiiNiinipi ion,('oiighi,Colds,Vhoopiiif! Cniipkg
rilhtna, nml ull allectious nf the luniks, willlind n
lealiug value ill Sherman's Couijh Lozenpes. They
x.iveil Hie liov, Ivicliard tw roresl; lliu Kev. Mr.
lteeter, Jonathan Hoxxarth, lisq, and that ivoihy
dd hero, Leonard Kogers. fiom tho coiisi:nipl:ve's
iave. They cured in one day the I?cv. Mr. Lun
iar, the Ixev. Mr. Handcock; Win. II. Attreii Ktq
il'distessing coutihs. They aro tho plen.-ante,t
oiili medicine and cute the uoutict ol'uny k..ou n
llcadache,Sea-sii.kncss mid Pulpltnlion, relieved or
from Cve lo ten minutes hy Sherman's ('innpliur
..ozennes Persons attcn Inn; crowded -omns in
raxcllinn will lind them to iu.puit luiiyaru v of
pirits and renew their eiieiuit-s I'hon sul'.i.inrr
'ioiii loo fiee living will lied a IV xv of t.ie li)7.i'ii;;i .-
o dir.pcl the horims mill loane.-s i f spi'lls. Mr.
iwulh, of the Sunday Mercury, has .' pialt dly cur
d hiiuneli of s-exero headachu by them 'apthiil
' .'hadwick, of tho packet ship Wtlliugton. haowii-
icsseiJ their ethcacy in a great many cases ot ca--icknees.
They operate likoochatm upon the
lyiuicd or shatlrrcd nerves, ns Sherman's Poor
Man's Planter doen upon rheumatism, binibno,
oa in or wpHknessiu Ihe side, back: breut, or any
;art of the body. Mr. II. (. Dus'.'cis, 30 Ann
slrecl; Henry U Oouhling; 331 Chatham
trppt Moses J Henriiues Etq. and b
iiiullitude of others have ixpcritm rd iho
xvnnderlul effects of Oicse I'lasterj,
I'rice only 12.J eeiiis. Caution is necessary
to see that you cet the genuine kihtitnan's
Lozeni'es and Plasters, as there nro n.;tnv
worthless ar:ii les utteri.i)ti d tube palmed
off in plare of ihrm, by those xvho would
trille wirii on i hie for a Hiillini'.
Dr. Sherman's xv an house U at 100 Nas.
ii street. For snip by
John U. Moyer Uloomibnr
Win 1. Wahrr it eo Bt'ixvick
Uoxv & Thompson Lime Uidgb
K. it J. I.azariia Orangevi 'e,
M. (i. Shoemnker liuck Horn
L. t A I. I!i ;( - -Jersey loxvn
Deir it M'll i ! - ' hiie Hah
John Moore Danville.
Stephen Baldv, Cattawissa.
Jan. 4rgJ5 37. 0m