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I lii'iiVii' en nliif mv ihrd lis approach-
i ilwsciliiimn. Mis rl.mo t.f f
m!i.liy the imu and iJimiku ul 1 1 1 c
v limn In service IihiI richly Me .
'.'.iifwoli' 10 b ri('prou sndpi-weiful peo
ple was sweeiencd by the prpuct ol
Idissful iiiuuorialny. He vh l.iiiiciilril by
ii.oj... wIhi love, I him truly, zealously and
tenderly. Hia obsequies were performed
hv the freemen of hi country, who Borrow
ed over him in the overflowing tribu
is of their hearts, as chieftain of tlieir
fniili.Hiul friend and benefactor to iheni
nil. And hit memory will be forever con
secrated in the hearts of hie countrymen,
and thu very tpol of hit repose he hallowed
K iheir nilurimaires. And now, if amid
the Bolemntiei that pervade the nation, and
while the volleys can yet almost be heard
echoing over his lowly pillow, if the sane
tuary of the sepulchre cannot shield him,
nd any one on remember that calun ny
lias ever dared call him ambitious, to him
I answer, that, save the father of his coun
try, whose spirit might have loved to be the
guardian angel of out two, no man nan
ever processed the power of this one and
used it so leniently, or offered it up so (lis
intereettvlly on the altar of his country's
good as the hero of the Hermitage.
Fellow diizens: ' Tis the chatacler ol
men like this one that sheds light around
nnr inouirv when we ask ourselves the
destiny of our nature, snd how we may
elevate if 'Tie the memory f.f true great
lies like this man's. that ennobles our sen
Omenta and dignifies our actions. And 'tis
the emulation and ardour which the world'i.
irihnioa in such a man inspires, that
J " , ' .
gives that energy and zcnl to our actions.
that only can make litem effectual for good
to man and our country, or productive ol
honor to ourselves". At such let lis vener.
ste the hero as such ailmira his unfarnish-
cd fame and as such strive to emboJy his
untainted virtues. Fur as such meti are nol
hnrn for any one coun'ry, so are they noi
for any time. The woild is their hon;p
nnd immortality their life time.
1 have tiesspasned thus fir on the fesi'm-
ties of the day and your Mud indulgence,
and, if 1 hve spoken too strongly ol da
word', I should certainly crave your par lor,
did I not know that no one ran feel here
without feeling siron'y, none spesk cii -cft'ly
without speaking warmly, and none
endeavor to pay an honest tribute to his
memory witkoiil feeling the weakness of
language to portray his sentiments or do
j..Qi'.ro in big Buhject, For while we are
gathcied to innum his loss to-i!;iy, we are
but consoled by the prosperity of ihai
country whose brightest page of history is
adorned and identified with his name, and
our grief is assuaged only by recurring to
his departed worth as it was among ns, and
in ad niraiion of his patriotic achievements.
Yes ! amid the rejoicing on this our
national birth-day, there appears to be grid
associated with everything. If we hear the
shout of the people, we hear loo echoing i
our fancy their universal shout that arost
on the achievement of victories such m
f.hat of New Orleans, and we remember
thXt their chieftain is fallen. If we look
overVhe freemen of this country, we must
thinkhal he who led their van in the causa
of LibeVty is no more If we behold to Aayt
pageanlrv and pomp, it reminds us of a bi
ro once triumphing in the honors of hi
country, iM we look for him in vain. V
hear our prospeiity recounted, and when we
ask ourselves who participated most glori
ously in its achievement, turn w iih grief tc
the record of a greal man's death. We
listen lo our history, and its pages but bla
zon foith his name and his virtues for re
' And now, tint con emplible censure am
invidious abu.se are hushed, and sinre the
tongue of slander is si palsied as his dust
the polestar of his honor shall shine mort
resplendent, and a brighter halo encircle tin
name of JACKSON in the fmnanenl c
our national glory. Ad may the mantle
of his virtues have fallen on iia,nnd in ever
cobly stiiving for our country's welfare
may we never shame the heritage of ihiit
country's sire and fiiend.
BL00MS1WRG R. 11. ? C
We publish below, for the information of
our citizens, the late acl of Assembly au
ihorizing Ihis company lo construct a Rail
Noart from the canal lo their works
Pamphlet Laws 1845. page 439,
FKCTinv'l That ihe Blnomsbnrg rail
mail mil! iron comnanv. in the (ouniy of
Columbia, in the state of Pennsylvania
cliMI have the right to consirurt a singie or
double track railioad, from iheir basin on
t North Branch canal, near the town i
Blnombburjr.Ki their iron works on r'ishirg
nek, a diManre of about one mile; said
nii.il lo be for the accommodation of said
comp-iiiv, in transporting their coal, lime
pioiie, iron, merchandize, and other person
;il proj i-ny.
Pl-crtN 2. The s:iid road slull not pn.Mi
with in llliy led f any building on said lino
,, roan, without toe consent ... ., I......
owners thereof; and in case -l disagree-'
nunt between the properly holders on said .
line or road, and said comiialiy. as to the
value ol the around to be occupied by ibhI
r,.,i tln.it nn. I iii that rate, the tni'&es ol
the court of oiuiler sessions of the county
Wll t "I' M tt
of Columbia shall appoint thice disinteres-
ip,I nil iudicious persons, whose duty it
shall be to view end examine the line of
said road, and award audi damages, (it
,i,ro .itnnlil bn inv.i as ihev. on llieir
oaths or affirmations, shall deem just and
proper.and said railroad company slial' pay
each of said jurymen the sum of two doll
ars oer dav. for ekdi day necessarily spent
in discharging said duties! and shall, if de
sired by the properly holders on said line ol
remit, oivft oood and sufficient security, in
double the amount awarded.conditioned foi
the payment of the award of said jury,
flnd the award of said jury may be
entered in the ronrl of common pleas of
aid county, and on confirmation thereof bv
Maiil court, the same shail have ihe effect of
a indirment trains! the property of said
company, t be collected as other judg
ments are bv law collected.
Suction 3. Thai either partv shall have
ihe rieht of appeal from the confirmation ol
said award to the court of common pleas of
said county, on complying with the provi
sions of existing laws relating to appeals to
the court of common pleas, from the award
We insert in our paper of to-day, an act
of the last Legislatuie authorizing the Ca
nal Commissioners lo examine ihe claim of
Elizabeth Millard for damages by reason of
the construction of the North Branch Canal
through her properly We suppose the
lady intended, lesides above the Halfway
house. We know nothing about ihe mat
ter; it may be right or it may be wrong: but
we suppose Fx Senator Headly can explain
it as he is a relation of the lady and was at
Ihrtisburg about the time of its passage
last winter. The act is lo be found on page
219, Pamphlet Laws, 1815.
Section 1. Thl the canal commission
ers be, and ihev are hereby authorized and
d'.iifcted n examine, by the inspection of at
leacJ one of !heir number, the chum of Eli
Ztbeih lillaid, Jor alleged damage done lo
her farm by' the construction of ihe North
liraiich Dtvisi,"i of Hi rennsyivania ennui,
and adjust ihe sati." oporf piinciples cf f qui
ty and jnstire. likinj. into consideration, in
liieir estimate of damage, H thd advantage
resulting lo th mid properly" from ihe loca
tion and roneiriictinn of the san: cBtial, .mi.
leporl their proceedings and derision to li,"
iVAKKIF.D-Earlv on Thuisday
mornins;, July 3d by John Richart, Esn.
Mr. James Tisb of Bloom township, to
Mies Barbara Snvdkr, near Rliorshnrg.
The above was accompanied by a splen
id array nf the good things (or which we
nakc to the parties our b( si bow and
Aay peace and plenty crown tlieir joy a,
And fill their arms with giiln and lioys.
On the 29ih till, by J. II. ludcr. Esq .
Mr. Jesse I'arkkr io Miss Elizabeth
'atterson, boih of Greenwood.
In Mooreland township, Lycoming cn,
n ihe 20ih till, by the Rev. J IIf Ritien
house, Hit. Anthony h. McIvki-;. of Derry
Col co. to Miss Mahy Low, daughter ol
Mr, Thos. Low, of ihe former place
On Thursday tlip 19:h tilt by Uev. I
llahl. Mr. Henry Shkrm.vn, to j1iS9 Mary
Nass, both of il lflin tp.
On the 13ih nit. by Rev. F Ruthrauff,
Mr. Bobert McCt'Rr.F.Y,. of Union countv
o Miss Amanda Roihnson, of Columbia
In Danville, on Tuesday oflael weekiby
E. Trego, Esq , Mr- Henry Miller, to
Miss Martha Huff, both ol Milton.
On Thursday morning, 3l int.' in Dna
,i I., i,
vine, ol ioneumpiion, Airs, imarv ii
IIantz, wife of Mr. Andrew llaniz, aged
On Satnrdas" last, in Dmviilc, nf Con-
mmpiion, Mi. Eli II. Price, aged about
In Berwick, on Sunday last, Francis,
infant daughter of William 4' Susan Camp
bell, aged 5 months.
liLoo.Msm'RG, J ii 1 y 12, 1845
13 it er,
i tf B wl V
IN I SS M. IMIIIlMK.)
tjn&TOUM) respectfully infiirm the Ladle oi
9 Blonmslmrij and vicinity, thauhc has jusi
received a Lit assortment ol
other shop on Main-slreet,ncaity oppositeDoehlorV
hotel, and second tioor below A'ilverthorn's, whare
she haa'oll the ankles usually kept in a Milliner
Store, The Ladiea are all invited tii call and exa
mine for themselves, lJonnet and Caps made and
done up in the moat fiiMiioiiiible style,
ilooiiisborj, July l'i. 1815,
CATAWISSA COL. CO. PA,
aBACOB DYEU infoims travellers and
his old customers and Iriends, that he
siill keeps the above Hotel, where he will
be happy lo wail upon those wlio favor
him with their custom. II is house is large
ind commodious, and well arranged lo ac
commodate his guests II is table is always
provided wuh the choicest Viands the niai
kelscin afford, and his Bar contains some
of the best liqnros that can he found in this
eciion of coumrv. His stables are also
ample, and good ostlers are always in at
Catawissa, July 12, 1845 2m.l2
Onthe Estate eJOilN SMITH, (hctas
erf, late of Sugarlouf township, Colum
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters of
Administration on the above mentioned Esj
late, have been granted to the Subscriber.
All persons indebted to said estate are here
by notified lo make immediate paymenl.and
all those having claims are requested to
present them prnp-rlv suihenticaied lo
THOMAS MENU UN II ALL,
July 14, 1843. 612
LIST OF CAUSES.
For Trial at August Term, 1845.
1. Burt m W. apples, vs Jeremiah
Iritih el al.
2. JobsC. McCall et al vs Jos. Lemon.
3. Robert Montgomery vs George A.
Frick el al Executors ol L). S
4. Leonard Siineman vs John Mc Wil
5",' Robert Moore vs John Chester et al
Jonathan C. Peuning'on vs John
Chester el al.
Andrew Emmons vs Vaniah Reese.
IVius i?hirtz et al Thomas Moore
Peter Bddv ys Joseph Diehl.
I)vid R Giim el l vs 'i'lioma.
Moorchead IMoDJiiniis ArliaJory.
The Members of this Company; who
iava Swords and Belts, belonging lo the
Company; are required forthwith todelivhi
litem to eiilier ol the Uiinmissioneu uiu
crs. 11. WEBB, Capl.
IN pursuance of an order of the Or
lihan's Court, of Columbia County, on
Saturday the second day of August next, al
en o'clock in the forenoon, Marshal G
Slioamnker.und John Christian Admioisua
'.ets &c. ol Jacob Wei liver , late of Madison
township in said county, deceased will ex
pose to Sale, by Public Vendue, upon the
premises, a certain racl of land, containing
or thereabouts, situate in the township of
Madison, and County of Columbia, alore
said, adjoining lands ol John llendershnt
Valentine Christian, John Uillheimer: John
Revnlurd and Chris'ian,
laie the estate of said deceased, situate in
ll'e, township of Madison and County afore
JACOB EYERLY, Clerk.
Danville, July l 1854.
There u a about
of cleared land. There is on the prem's'
a one and a half story
Weather Boarded, Log lSaru
ii SMALL ORCHARD.
List of Letter.
EMAINING in the Post Office, at Blooms
burg, on the quaiter ending June 3Ulh 1845.
Robason Miss Mary
Reuhart Kamnel 2
Sprout A. B. Esq-
Hartman A. 13.
Perns Wm. or John ship
Wychoff Y. V
40 .Martin i nomas
P.,uii. flli,nT fnr pVr.ri in the above list Will
nlcase sav they ata sdvertied.
J. R. MOYER P M
r rio ihe LAST ami BuOT TREE.Makinj
sine-is. Smart sctivn boys
ti, ages ot 1.1 nncl l will rerpive goon i-ih-,m nK--
'. ment Upon immedia.e spplicntinn t the subscriber,
SIMON C 8U1YE
BloomsHirg, June 14,1? to -6tl m?
JJVMi'S JMUi 70MC.
This Hair Tonic has produced beautiful New
Hair in the buuda of hundred who bad hern Imld
for years It aUo purities the bend fioin Duudrnlf
CliPM dibeaaea of iho scalp t'rencrvi'i ihe huir
from ailing oil' or btcomiug permanently gray
JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE BAL
IS a certain, lafe and elfectuul rsirteJy fur Dyt
eatery, Diarrhuua or looseneHii, cholera morbuii.iuin-
mer complaint, colic; griping pains; aourstninnch)
sick and nervous headath, heartburn, wutcrbrdHh;
puin or aickners of the stomach; vomitiui;; snitling
up of food after eating and also where it pasueii
through -M body unchanged ; want ol aipcllte ;
restliiiisnes and iiian-.hly to sleep; wimd in the sto
mach and bowela; cramp; ucrvous tremors and
twitchingsi seasick iicsh; fainting, melancholy and
lownessof spirits, fretting and crying of infants
and fur all bowel ullectiona and urrvous Jnwaies.
Dr. JdYXVS TONIC VERMIFUGE
Which is perfectly snfo and so pleanant that
children will not refuse to tuko if It ell'ectually
diistroys worms! neutralir.es acidity or sourness ol
the stomach; increases appetite and acta as a gone'
ral and permanent Tonic and is therefore exceed
ingly beneficial in in'ermittcnl and Remittent fevers
and indigestion; ifC and is a certain and permanent
cure fur Urn lever and ague.
DR. JAYNE'S SANATIVE PILLS.
They may be taken at all limes and in
most diseasesIn Inflammaloiy, intermit
tant, Remittent, Bilious, and every other
form of Fever Jaundice and Liver Com
plaint. For Dyspepsia they are really an
invaluable article, gradually changing the
Aitiated secretions of the stomach and liver ,
ind producing healthy action in those im
pnrlant organs. They aie very valuable
or diseases of the Skin, and for whul is
commonly called 'Impurity of ihe blood;'
also for Leaiale Complaints, Losiivencs?
&c and in fact every disease where an
Aparient, Alterative, or Purgative Medicine
may be requited
It always cures Aslhuia two or three
largn doses will cure the Croup or Hives
Children, in from fiftven minutes to an
hours time It immediately subdues tin
violence of Hooping Cough, and e fleets a
ipeedv cure. Hundreds who have beet
iiven up by their physicians as ineurr.ibh
with 'Consumption,' have been resloiew
perfert healih, by it.
In lact. as a remedy in Pulmonary Dis
'i i . f
eases, no medicine lias ever oniaineu a
higher, or more deserved reputation.
irjTliP above Medicine are all for sale
at the store of JOHN R. MOVER.
Blonmsburg. I 0
A I) MINI SWA TOR' S NO 'VICE,
'he Estate of SUSANNA TOM LIN
SON. lute of Centre township, deceated.
"nTOTICE it hereby gWon that letters of admin-
I W i.traflin r.,1 ihp ill.OVI- Mll'llt jollO J KstatC,
;iuvo hern granted to the Miimcnbir, living Ui Cen
tre tnwnsnip. All persons indebted to said estate
are beiehy notified to moke immediate payn.rnt.
and all those having rlaims are requested lo pre
sent them properly authenticated to
SOLOMON NKWHARZ), Adm'r.
May 17, 1S45, tiw4
(fX-UNi)iou Tin-: am. 8
A MONO the wonders of this age of im
nrovcmenis.ihe subscriber respectfully begs
leave to call i.he atieniiun of his friends anil
ihe public in general to the corner ol Alain
Si.", where he has J"" rr.reteu anil openeo
from Philadelphia a general assortment ol
consisting among other things of
Candies, virions kinds nf Halsins,
Prunes, Ftps, Sweet and muter
Crackers, Uranqes Lemons,
Lemon and Fine apple
Syrups. Soaps, Al
7 dIxi i' co.
and all other articlis usually kept in a gro
hlso a good isfortrnPitt of
SCHOOL BOOKS k STATPNARY
All of which be w ill sell a li tile cheaper
than they can be bad at any other establish
,nent in these 'diggii's.'
N.B. Oood white and colcred rag?
aken in exchange for books &e.
O. 0. KAHLER.
B'.oomsbtirg, June Cih 1843.
ff7MHRCI'G the present opportunity ol
A expreising his thankfulnewi to his friends.ami
ih nnhlir ffpimrallv. for the liberal patronage hr
has heretofore received, informs his friends and th
public in general, that he still continues lo tany or
the above business at his old ertaDltsnea nana, ni
the cflrner ot Main snd East stree's, where hi
ftopes, by strict attention to business, to receive
and murir sham of nublic natroriage as herctotorc
He deems it unnecessary to go into in gsme oi
hrag.nr to ue any soft sddder about nis cilL,i. in
the PROFESSION OF GARMENT CUTTING
j hi l,nn is of lone standinc. and his work be
thinks will speak tor Usell, ana tar more mnuei
;ban words. Uut, he would meteiy say ruai, ne
his work done with neatness, durability,
ind in the latest fashionable manner, and will erf
nrs a snoA fit in all canes.
N. b. Char ars moderate to suit the times. Al
kinds ofcmintry piodnre taken in exchange ler
lwmk, at market prices.
( The night of Search.'
fjyNEW ARRIVAL OFri
RcadV 3WTatlo Clothing.
The Bii'-iscriber has just received a larjje
.ssortmenl of READY MADE CLOTH
INC, wiich will be sidd is chesp lor Cash
as they can be purchased in ihe county.
Call and examine for youiselven, as ihe
' Riiiht of Seaich' is guarantied to all
J. R. MO Y Ell.
June 7, 1845.-7
Tht Estate af SAMUEL KESTIlV
latt of Ml Pleanant lowmhip) daeurd
mTOTICE is he.cby given thut letters of udnun-
il istration on the alwve meulioiied Kmute,
have been granted to the subscriber. All per.oiiK
indebted to said estate are liervby notified to inukt
immediate pay lent; am) all those having cluin
are requested to pre-svut them propurlv aull.enti
JESSE KESTER, of Greenwood,
ISAAC KESTER, of Mt. Pteunanf
June 14, 1845 6w8
rM'fE subscriber having estHhlislipd a VA'IV
C'l.llll Jl.l.YVt' JCTOItV on .Vain
street, near the residence of L. II. Ma us, he is now
prepaied to furnish Chain of every description, on
as good terms as they can be purchasad t-lsuwhere
n too county.
Such as Bed Fasts, Waggon Hubs,
Host Blocks, SfC.
WON, ORNAMENTAL HOUSL
HOUSE FA PEEING.
This latter brSuchj from his experience, he believe
he can do a little better 'ban any other person in
rXj-l'OPLAR PI.ANK will be taken In pay
ment at the highest v .net price
Bloomsourg, July 4, 184 jm
Harness, Saddle &
ESrECTFl.'LLY informs the public that lit
has locuted himself in the shop next door
io fSuinuel flngcnbucns unnir raciory, iiiun street
lioomsbutg, Columbia cniinty, where he willca rv
-in the above bus lies in all Its brunches. Ho will
l.eep constantly on hand line and coarso
One and Two . Horse Harnesses,
Horse Collars, Saddles, li'idles
and Trunks; Ac.
if every description ; and having had a long expe
rience in the htisiueis, he can furnish as oiid wmk,
and as cheap ns curl tie purchased in the eontilv.
(fJ'AII kinds of country produce taken in pay
ment for work, at the market prices.
Msy tO, 1845 6m3
ALL persons knowing themselves uiilehteil lo
the. subscribe!, are rcipiestej to come forward
nid make payment.
will be taken in payment as iihiidI, mid received in
sxchange lor LEA 1H Eli.
Uloomsburg, May 1 1, 1S-15 4
iJ. F. II AYIIiriJST,
ESPECFTULLY informs the public thii
he hus loc ated himself iu Ihe Muip lalelv
occupied by ZII5A RL'tHil.ES, in MARKET
STREET, where he intends currying on the above
business in all its various branches.
Imilt and repaired, as well as one bursa
WAGGOXS AXI) BUGGIES
of every dssciiption, and all kinds of Country
Work, m his hue, clone at tlioit nonce ami cm ttic
most reasonable terms.
rjj'fiood Lumber and .fill kinds ol Connttv Pro
lucetnken in payment for wok, but Canh will not
April 5, 184.'. 6m50
Cabinet Ware HOUse.
f"VIG subscriber would respectfully infoimthc
public, tlu' he has tukwi the ah p lately oc
mned bv Samuel Lilly, noar the upper cud ol
Uloomsburg, whera be is carrying on the
MM various branches, and whero be will be
l.m,v o wait upon all these who may favor him
"ii-. . n- u -.. ...
iv lb their custom. Jii r iirnnuio in iaiun,ii u ...
,e made of good material anU Curable, ami no in
tend) keeping ou hand
Sideboards. Secretaries, uureavs
Wardrobes. Card Tables. Dining
Tables. Breakfast Fables,
Cupboards. Stands, Wash
and sll kinds rework in his line, which he will sell
upon s reasonable terms as they can be purchased
in the county.
By strict attention In business he Hopes to re
cive i sha;e of nubile patronajre.
April 26, 1843. lyl
CHARLES I?. nUCKALEAV
Attorney at Law.
Office South side of Main-si. opposite
t.ycr .Jr mjteye store,
fr?'Yll.L ATTKNI) COURTS IN
nirc couNTiKs of Columbia
n 4 a ki " a I HI
CrJ"stiresUbnk EXECUTIONS ar.dj
,r, i i i ii irn I 1 t i '
.(. i.ilMUA J'ifl pnnttu anu iur ?aie i
ISdlicy Sc iraeittlcnhnH,
llavn just icccived,and Bre now opening
At the old tt and of Eyer & U'fjliy,
AM EXTEKS1TK ASSOliTiMKNT OP
il'KlNG AND SUMMEU GOODS,
I 'uiuittinn of wery aitith't ukuully !j t in d
mong their assortm-ol will belound,of
t'lothsi Cassimeres; Sattinetts, fiambroons
etc. lor summer pantM Calicoes, Chintz;
Hnlyonuesj Lawns and Crape Delanea
&c. lor diesses, Hosiery) Cloves c5i
Alius; Handkerchiefs, Scarfs;
brown and bleached Shlrtingi
&n, colored Yarn; Laps and
Wadding; Donneis and
They have lso Palm Hats; Travelling
Daskets; Looking Classes and 13ras
Sugar, Teas, Coffee, MolassesB, fcp
per, Mpicen, in fact evpry thing in this
line that may be called fori
A general lamum-m of
I'race Chains, Shovsls, Mailfj Spike.,
and the usual variety of Lock.,
Screws, liuils, &c, Rolled
and Bir Iron, Hoop and
band Iron, Waggon
tire of all size.'y
DRUGS, PAINTS, & OILS.
All of which they will sell on. jtlie most
reasonable terms and receive in payment all
kinds of country produce;
iMay 10, 18153171, 3,
TO THE SEVERAL COLLECTOR
OF COUNTY ND STA'I E TAX
IS COLUMBIA COUSTY.
Whereas, to enable the Stale lo meet her
labilities on the Crsi day ol August next it
necessary that ihe JSiaie Tas assessed in
he different couniies under die Act ol As
einbly relating thereto should be prompt
y paid lo the Stale Treasurer, And
' VV hereas, by the provisions uf the Act of
9th April, 1814, il ihe Quota of any Conn
v be not naid to ihe State Treasurer, on or
helore ihe 2d Tuesday of January in earli
eiif, the balance n remaining unpaid, slier
b diicting Commissions, &c. shall be charg
d to said county, and (shall lliereai et tear
-in interest of five per cent, till paid. AM)
ALSO, that if any county shall pay into
the State Treasury, its quota of Slate lay,
15 davs prior lo the hrsl lay ol Angusl i ,
any year, audi county shall be entitled to a
deduction of five per cent, on the amount an
r..a, ; ii... " mieren-
well as the dulv of the several counties,
promptly to pay their proportion of the tax
es assessed upon them. v'
And lUiereus by so uoirg Columhu
County will be entitled to an abatement oti
ler Siatc las ol from live to eix hundred
Resolved. That the several collectors of
County and Slate tax in Columbia county
he earnestly requested to make every et
fori to collect and pay over to the Count)1
I'reasurer the amount el Mate tax charged
n their duplicates on or belore the twelfth
lay of July next, at which day the several
Collectors aie hereby required to meet ti
he Commissioners Office lo recc ve iheir
xoneratjons on their duplicate of Sttita'
JOHN B EDGAR.
FREDERICK M 'BRIDE
Commissioners' Office, Danville,
June 12. 1855.
The subscribers have established at thi
above place, a new MARBLE YARD
nd will always be ready, at the 3horicsl
notice, to furnish tfl order,
MONUMENTS, TO MB- TA B I. tit?,
TOMB-STONES, HEAR TII
JAMBS, MANTLES FAINT
STONES, MULLERS, kt.
ir any other work In ihfclr line They arc
also pfepafed to lurtiisi WINDOW CATS
nd SILLS, DOCK SILLS and S TKI'H.
itc either of .Ma.ble, Lime or rthy kind of
stone that can he procured in this vicinh.
i7iiaving had ;onsidprable cd r'enrt
in the business, they pledge, their work to
be executed in as liflivlsortie p. style as fn
be furnished from r,ny yard cithrr in tl.
city or country a,id on as ripasonajib'tiehiis.
A KMS I KOiN li & UUl..Hi;!S.
Bloomsbntg, Nov. 8, 1843. ly-L'S
'. CAUTtOtt. "
ALt. persohs are liftrhy eiltiliMihl npnlnl pur
ehsirR a NOTH.pivcn cy the ciil'seril i r tn
aM1:KL MeXlNt'll, f. r tfj'O. ''atrd Apnl x,
lK4o,ahil payable six rnent'ns alter dale, With inte.
rest afterfl montb.as Ke shall refuse to psj the rsn-e
when due unless compelled by law, f ol 'iiom g e
ceivei a consideratibn fuf it.
JOHN M PSFT..
Msy St, 145(5