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vnxxxKrv. IN REAL LIFE A
rv IMKR MlJitUlCREU-KUL.A
K z.helhT. Umlnlph, of Syrsruse
N. Y , advertises for friend or llive
i lux country, or in Poland. II" his
imy is hi romantic s the most devoted
vnvVA could desire, lie" father wa i
P.ilmh noble man, Count Tvliace Venun
lUlolph, who brought Iter to lots coun
in in 1S2-4. in charj-e of nurse, whr
who soon aftet died. She was Uced it.
the family of Daniel Magee, tailor, who
resided in '.bny, anu ns
.... i nhttin his wealth. She
nrr h'iici . -
,.. iin .domed as Mseee'a daughter,
Msceo and h.s wife died, the former in
i.r. the latter in 1829 or I8J0
m.n eallina himself John Cleaveljml
recently called on her, and narrated
these facts; adding th.l he was privy to
4h. mur.Ur of her father, anu nan com
ptlUd Manee, under threats of exposure
non after the inuriWr.io oemer o '
Hudolnh't fortune, and that as soon
i ..1,1 restoie her fiber's properly
without exposure, he would do so. This
statement has been pul'y
by the followint found in an
in Mi see:
Eli w.borSinP..I..n MT
.eoo.h.r mmi is Elizabeth Teresa
.named after her mother, her father wa
(Count T. Venusi Kubolph, soil I ilesl
nrfr.;. can'l write I). MAGEE
The wife of the said Rudolph died
just before die came to this country, anu
i-..tin m information obtained from
Mr. Cleaved, was an English lady of
rank. She believes thai she has lelauve
in this country in Poland, and reques
.u- ..i;ir. in America and Europe will
publish the facts stated. Cleveland would
... . I anil urUllllWl-
not disclose ins rem nm.
. .... .1... .i..hn Uavelind was assumed
f.,r ihe occasion. Direct to Elizabeth I.
Itudolph, Syracuse. Onondiiga county, W
K GREAT BUSINESS.
On Tuesday, the 28di ull.. twelve hun
.!...i ihirif fnnr cirs laden with coal.
AIIEU PIIU ......
fnnr and a half tons each, mak
ingin all.ue thousand fine hundred
fifty three tons oj cooi; passeu over mr
Heading Railroad. This is said to be ihe
largest amount of coal ever taken over the
road hi one day,
THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE'
has slways been in favor of Sherman's
Medicated Lozenges. Thy have now
th nublic for atuie than 5
vears. durint which lime they have
been used by ministers snd laymen,
lawyers, doctor, old and young, rich
and poor, from Maine to Georgia, and
from the shores of Ihe Atlantic to the
Rocky Mountains. Nor have ihey been
used in vain. Were all the testimony
published which the good t fleets of hii
Lnzenstes, it would form many ponder
ous books. Cases of consumption, epii
ling of blood, and long continued coughe
dave easily been subdued ana oveicornt
by their curative properties; and woiiric
have been driven away from Ihe suf
fering in a way that is almost beyond
belief. Dyspepsia, fever and ague, the
-diseases incident lo fever, rheumatism,
weaknes, Sec, all have yielded to theii
power; and the voice of praise is as fuly
expressed as it is possible for it to be,
wherever they have become acquainted
wiih iheir wonderful powers. This is
no fancy sketch we have experienced
their good effects, and can refer lo hun
dreds and thousands who have been1
raised up from beds of sickness and suf
fering by these agreeable preparations.
And besides, who would not prefer tak
ing medicine in this form.? He who
has ever languished upon a sick bed, ai.d
been sickened at the very sight of a
jspoon with molasses and nauseous med
icine he has been obliged to swallow,
when he once becomes acquainted with
Sherman's Lozenges, will always givr
them the prefnence over eveiy othei
medicine ever oil' r' d to the public.
F.-r sale by JOHN K. MOYEH,
MARRIED. On the 22d uh. bj
Jonas Wolf, Eq., Aabon Gkarhabt
of Rush township, NortM co., to Mary
Tidier, of AAihoning lownshi), Col. co
On Tuesday Ihe 5ih inst. by the Rev.
D. W. Barbor, Mr. James D. Wilson
of Liberty township,oluml51a touniy,tt
Mrs. Raciiel, daughter of Samuel
Drake, Esq. of Huntington township,
PESPECTfULLY, informa the public"that he
Jija moved into toe building formerly occupied by
the 'ReniaUr' in Market atreet near Wm. Kclvy
it Co. stors where he will alwaya b ready to
jnake any kind of slothing, ot the ahnrtcit notict
and in tba beat a.nd mott t'aahionable ltylo. from
his long experience in the busineaa, he flatters
liiingcll tht be shall continue to give general lau
i&fdctionand thereby hojifa lo recejve a aliar of tho
"articular attention paid to cutting.
All kinda of country produce taken in payment
Uloomnburg, Aug. 9 1845. tf 16
I.lNVlt.r, OSTT.RI.OJI A WEST.
Wholesale Dealers in
No. 61 North Third Street.
Geo. W. Mnvill;
erloh, . VlUl
Albert F Osierloh
Joi-ph V. Wesi
STRAYED from the subscriber,
about three weeks since, a While
n J KeJ, Cow, and had her hip
broken. Any person given in-
fot mutioii to the subscriber where she may he
round shall be roaaonably rewarded Tor his trou
Bloomsburg; Aug 91845
, L. E. 3 SETTLER
CLOCK &. WATCH M A K liK.
n ESPEfTLUI.I.Y informa tht public, that
B h he haa taken llie thou laUly uccuuied by u. I
SiiuIii. in Mlooinslturir, where he will alwaya be
ready, at short notice, to KLPAIK, in the bewt
manner all kinda ot
Clocks & Watches;
Having been several jeara under the inatruction of
Mr. Sluiltz. he fealaconudeut of being uble to do
jimtit'e to aiy work intrusted lo his care and linpca
to receive a aliare ol public, patronage.
ilooimburg, Aug. 2. 1840 15-tf.
PKIME ARTICLE FOU SALE
SAMUEL A. WORM AN.
Espylnwn; July 2G 1815.
LIST OF CAUSES.
For Trial at Jjitgust Term, 1845.
1. Duttin VV. Wapples, vs Jeremiah
liiah et al.
2. John C. McCall et al vs Jos. Lemon.
3. Robert Montgomery vs George A.
Friek et al Executors of if. 8
4. Leonard Siineinan vs John Mc Wil
5. Robert Moore vs John Chester el al
0. Jonathan C. Pennington vs John
Chester et al.
7. Charles H. Bowman vs Richard Tor
8. Andrew Emmons vs Vaniah Reese
9. Tobias Shinz et al Thomas Moore
head et al
10. Peter Baldy vs Joseph Diehl.
II. David R Giim et al vs Thomas
ADMIX IS I II A r Ok' S AOTJCE
On the Exlute if JOHN SMITH, deccas
erf, fate of bugarloof township, Cotum
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters ol
Administration on the above mentioned Es
late, have been granted lo the Subscriber
All persons indebted to said estate are here
by notified lo make immediate payment anil
II those having claims are requested li
present them properly authenticated to
TUUMAS MEN DEMI ALL,
PARTNERSHIP DISSOL VED
The Conarlnership heretofore existing
mder the finn of SIIJ'LHTHORX &
BOONE, in the Clacksmiihing Business,
is Uissniveu by mutual consent. Tin
Books ate in the hands of Marshal Silver
thorn, to whom all having claims on, ni
ire indebted to, said firm, are requested u
npply immediately for settlement.
J I) DA II BOONE'
Bloomsburg, March 28, 1845. 49
ICyTlie Business, in ftituie, will be car
ried on at the old stand, by the subscribe!
who solicits a continuance of the cuMon
as old frimids, and of as many new onet
of may pleane call
For August Term, 1845.
nioom .Stuart 'icrce.Williim Hicenbuch.Jolin
liiirkley, Jacob Keller, ticorge Lilly
uricrcrrfK joiiu vv orkoiser.
Caltawi.sha Jiihn Fislier.
Uurry Julin Cr.iig, Kculion Folk, Ro!ert Rru
iier, rainucl liccnn.
Fihbinncrct'k Uaiiicl Kitchen.
Franklin Una Yctter.
Liberty-Martin liillinvcr, Robert Auten.
Mifllin Marshall ii- Kinney.
Mahoning Samuel Uulick, William Biddle,
Madisnn George Evea, Samuol McNinch.
6'ujar Loiif-MuHcfl Yocum,Sainucl Fritz.
Orange Gcurge L. Kline.
TRAVERSE JURORS. Aug. 1815
iiiarcreek-W. A. J. Cfitlain, Levi A. Hulchi-
Kon. tavid r owlet, INattian wlv-
Derry-Robort Jerr, ugh Mataon, Tbomut
Cary. btedhen Elliajr. Aidron aldren-
Fiabingcreck-Janii dbar, Nathan Flechens
Franklin-Thomas Clayton .Jacob Huber.
Creenwood-John Richart, William Lemon,
Hemlock-Franklin McUriJe Daniel Pureol;
Jackson-Abraham Knoua, William Roberta
Liberty-John McMahan. William Vanhorn
Mifflm-Jacob Ueupenbeuei, John 'as, lnac
Mahoning-John D. Cheater,David fhillipa.Elia
Orange-Jacib Florkenatine, Z)aniel Fornwali),
Roarini;cipek-Obediah Campbell jr.
Sugar Louf-Jercffliah Hcm, Jau ea Mather.
BY virtue of sundry wins ol venU. ex.
lo medireiled. will he exposed lo public
me ai mo rmai u..n ...
IMnnUay tl.e I am uay o. ft nB..- nr...
... i t ... . .
1-io'lo.k. M.The following uVicr.uecl
piopeny, lo wti;
Ihe unUtvuiru tnree eigmf par....
ertain Tanuary.Saw Mill Dwelling
f land, situate in Aadisnn Township, in
the County of Columbia, adjoining lands
of Jacob Warner and otheis.
Seized and taken in execution and lo be
sold as the property of Jacob McCollum.
A certain tract of land situate in Fishing
Creek Township, Columbia, county con
taining 110 Acres.
... ..i itT'i.v rMtrr.'
more or less, aoout intnti rivo
ACHES of which is cleared, bounded by
lands of Peter Vlk. Edward cllenry &
other!, whereon is erected A LOG HOUSE
and a LOG STABLE, with the appuiten
ances. Seized taken in execution and lo be sold
as the property of Joseph Fullmer.
All the right, little and interest of James
Glenn, in the a certain tract of lsnd;situate
in Merry lownsnip, ioiumoia ouniy
more or lets, bounded by land of John Craig
ameg Pollock, Samuel Glenn, anil others
whereon is erected a PLANK BA11N, at:
Id LOG HOUSE, a FRAME BANK
BAUN.and an old LOG BARN, and an
APPLE ORCHARD, with the appurter.
Seized laken in execution and la he sold
is the property of James Glenn.
certain tract of land situate in Sugar
loaf Township, Columbia County, con
bout SEVEN 1'YFIVE ACRES of
which is cleared land, bounded by lands
f Samuel Kriukbaum, Catharine Lutz, and
nhers, whereon is erected a
M LOG HOUSE, a
g sa n iw i ii I',
wiih the apnertenance.
' Si iztd taken in execution snd to be sold
js the property of John lollflcer.
A certain trad of Jand, situate in Centts
mwnship, Columbia county, containing
FIFTY-SEVEN ACRES; more or less.
boundbd by lands of John &Fesier others
whereon is erected a LOG ilOUfcb anil a
LOG S TABLE, with ihe annurtenancei
Seized; laken in execution and to be sold
as the properly of Daniel Sponenberg,
virtue of a writ of a fairs facias all
thai lot oi eround in Roaring creek town
ih p, Columbia County, adjoining lands of
Uarmer, Michael Hower and John iVUn,
more or less, on which are erected a LOG
HOUSE a LOG BARN with STOAJ
STABLE, all cleared and under cultivation
xcept shout TWO ACRES.
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
is the property ol Henry Keil'er.
All (he inteicsl and share of Lucas Brass,
(efi in a certain tract of land, in Dern
ownhip;Colunibia county containing abotr
ONE HUNDRED md NINTY ACRES
nore or less, whereon is erected a LOG
DWELLING HOUSE; weather boarded
LOG BANK BARN, CIDER HOUSE
nd other out buildings, adjoining land ol
lohn Giay and others, lata ihe estate ol
John Benlield, senr deceased, sll the in
erest of deft, as one of the grand children
.nd heirs of said John Bcnfieid deceased
Seized; lalun in execution and to be sold
as ihe property of Lucas Brass.
BY writ of a levari facias, all that cer
tain messuage and four lots, situate in the
I own of Mooreburg, in the township ol
Liberty, in the cnuntr of Columbia, a
foresaid and deccrihed as follows a lot no.
3. wheron is erected a FRAME SHOP
villi the apperiennces, also lots no. 2. 4
md G. s tuate on coal sireet in said town
I .1 o i ' - i
en. tne same nus wnicn tne anerirt oi
Joluinhia county by need dated the Oih cay
-ril A. D, 1824 granted to '.he said John
Seized laken in execution and lo be sold
the property of John Gilroy and Jame
'tulips in the hand of their administrators
''.dward A. Kulzner,
All that reriian messtnee snd tract of
and, situate in Mifflin township. Columbiai"" " ' l" ace, and uon.
' , . , , . , r ,, . stables of the said county of Columbia, tha Ihey
ounty, aforesaid, bounded as follows. M k, Uin and there in their proper persons, at 10
jininiTdta corner in a public road, thence
lv land partly of Henry Yohe, Charles
ililler. and Christian Miller, south sixty
degrees wett 154 perches to corner, thence
by land of Jacob Kostenbaner, ami partly
of Diniel Ooho, North thirty degrees went,
155 parches, to a post, thence b land of
George Kelceliner, George Driesher, and
John Gsarherl, south 88 degiets, and one
half east, eighty six perches ind seven
tenths, south 83 degrees east, sixty eight
perches, north eighty seven degrees east,
20 perches, south 30 degrees eest, 32
perches, north 76 degrees essl, 13 perchen
and two tenths to l'eter Urarhoart other
Ian J, thence by the same, south 20 degrees
east. 20 nerches and sevrn tenths lo the
. . . .,.:.- NINETY ONt
AjKKS.ONK HUNDRED and FORTY
,v . i.i, wi) in. s B,i,l nwani'p. he he
- , , .
vUlmm ,ni, , opur,e'Minre.
i Seizi'd taken in execution and lo he sold
,... f u-,-r (j,.rhBari.
lUAii ut'-nit oirirt
giiERirr's Office Danville,
July 15. 1845
BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas
lu me direeled, will b expuaed to public
sale, at the Court House in Danville, on
.Monday the 1 8th of August, 1845, at 12
o clock M., the lollowwg property, viz
A certain lot of ground ttiuate in
Montour lownshin. in the County of Co
lumbia, containing 0 ACRES, more or less
bounded bv lands ol Jacob idaiiei, ueorg
Kauffman and David Riahel, whereon is
eienied frBine house, a frame stable,
bark house. rurner shop and tan yartl
widi the appurtenances
All the intertt,share, and portion
the defendant in all that certain tract of land
situate tn Montour township, Columbia
nniinir. rnntaininff 100 acres, more or less
adjoining lands of Henry Wert nan, Chris
topher Woertle and others, being all ihe in
leresis of delendanl in tne estate oi
Rav'or. dee'd. father of defendant.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the piopeity ol John Jaylor.
1KAM UE.KK, oneriii.
Sheriff's Office, Danville,
July 11, 1845
TO THE PUBLIC.
Ilavincr been shamofullv absucd by Capt
Vilaon. of the Packet Boat Eaele, 1 here
ho i.omi,n ll Trave er to be ware ol
with him. if they wish to
hH will treated, but rather lay by one day;
St travel with Capt. Ammermon, of Packet
Boat New Yoik, as he is a eentleman.
B. S. UKUUliWAX.
July 15ih 1845.
IS HEREBY GIVEN,
TO all legates, creditors, and ether p?r
sons interested in the estates of the respec
live decedents and minors, thai Ihe admin
istration and guardian accounts of said es
tales have been filed in ihe office of the
Register of the county of Columbia, anil
will be presented for confirmation and al
lowance to the Orphans' Courl, to be held
4iDanille; in and lor ihe county aforesaid
un Wednesday, the 20th day of Augusi
next, at 2 o'clock. P. M.
1 The account of Uhatleg Hageiibuek,
Admr. of the Estate of Jonathan llagen
buck, lale of Bloom township, deceased.
2. The account of Geoige bloaii, Admr.
of the Estate of Alexander Thompson, lau
of Bloom township, deceased.
3 The account of Leonaid Kuperi,
Admr- of the Estate of William Ritler, who
was ihe Adinr. with the will annexed ol
Ehz Kilter, late of Bloom township de
4 The account of Leonard B. Rupert,
Ad.nr. of the Estate of VV illiam Ruter, late
of Bloom townshtp.aeceased.
5 The account of I nomas Uarber ant!
rv.iBk Thnmaa. Admrs. wnh tho tfill an
.. .vbH f il.n Fstate of James Baibor. late
af Derrv. township, deceased.
6 The account of Christiana Steinmnn,
Vdmrx. de bonis non of the Estate of John
Sieinroan; late of Liberty township, de
8 The account of James PleasantsjEsq
Admr. of the KsUte of Ezra S. Hayhurs;
who was the Executor of the Estate ol
John P. Davis, lale of Catawissa township,
0 The first and final account of Ocnrge
II. Boone, Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of Hezakiah Boone, laie ol Cat
awissa township deceased.
Register's Office, Danville,
July 19, 1845.
J"Hi:REAS, the Hon. Jobkpii B. A.ntdoxv
' Prefident of the Court of Oyer end Tc
miner and General Jail Delivery, Court, of Quarte
Sessions of tho Pcace.and Court of Coimnn Pleas
ami OrphiiiiH' Court in the eighth judicial dimrict
coiupoticd of the counties of Northunibcrlani'
Inion, Columbia and Lycoming; and the Hoi
Samuel Oaks and Stephen Baltly, Esquires;
Aisnciute Judges in Columbia county ,havi
ishued their pr'cept beaming dale the 26lh day ol
Apiil, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and forty-five, and tome directedor
A Court of Oyer and Terminer, and Gen-
erul Jail Delivery, General Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, Common Pleas
and Orphan's Court.
IN DANVILLE, in the County of Columbia
nn the third Monday of Aug, next, being the
18th Jay and to continue one week
iNollL'e 18 tneretore nereoy given to
Lvu - i, i the forenoon of said dev. with their
records, inquisitions and other remembrances.to do
those things which to their offices appertain to
be done. And those that are bound by recogni
lances, to prosecute jgainst the prisoners that are
ur may be in the Jail of said county of Columbia,
are to he then and there to prosecute againut them
as shall be just, Jurors are requested to be punc
tual in their attendance, agreeably to their notice).
Dated at Danville, the llth day of July in
.1.. f I A I '- -I-' '
the year of our Lord one thousuud wght
hundred and fity.fiva and in the Cflth year,
of the Independent of tha United biatM
IRAM DERR Sheriff,
Sar.airr's Orrtcc, Daimita
July II. 1346
MYNE'S 11 AIR TONjC.
This Hair Tonic has produced beautiful N
Hair in the heads of hundreds who had ben talil
tor year It alio purifies ihe head fro.tu Dauurull
-r-Curen diaeases of the scalp Preserves the uai)
from falling oil or bsconuug permanently gray
JAYNgSl CARMINATIVE liAL
IS a certain, safe snd effectual remedy for Dys
cntery, Diarrhaa or loosoness, cholera murbus,suin
mer complaint, colic; griping pains; tour stomach
sick and nervous headach. heartburn, waterbrasli
pain or sickners of the stomach; vomkiug; spilling
up or lood after eating and alxo where it passe!
through -ns body unchanged ; want of apprtite
rcatlesne and inability to sleep; wimd in the sto
inach and bowels; cramp; uervous tremors anil
twitching; seasickness; fuinting, melancholy am!
lowneas of spirits, fretting and crying of iiil'unn
and Iur all bowel allections and nervous diseaavs.
Dr. JAYXE'S TONIC YWtlFUOE
Which ii perfectly safe and io pleanant thai
children will not refuse to take if It clVvctuall)
of destroys wormi; neutralizes acidity or acumen ot
iur aiuiiiBui, iiicieaiiua appi-uie anu nuu aa a jji:iir-
ral and permanent I onic and la Iheretore exceed
mglv bciicGcial in in'ermittentandRemitlenl lever
ind indigestion; Jc and is a certain and pt-rinmieut
cure lor l;ie lever and ague.
DR. JAYNE'S SANATIVE PILLS
They may be taken at all times and in
most diseases In Inflammatory, intermit
tani, Remittent, Bilious, and every Pine
lorm o( fever Jaundice and Liver t'oin
plaint. For Dyspepsia they are really an
nvaluable article, gradually changing the
Aitiated secretions of (he stomach and livei
md producing healthy action in those im
lortanl organs. I hey ate very valuable
or diseases of the Skin, and for what is
commonly called 'Impurity of the blood;
also Tor remale Lomplamtg, Uosiivenesf
Sic.., and in fact every dieease where an
Aparieni, Alterative, or Purgative Medicine
nay be required.
It always cures Asthtua two or ihrci
arge doses will cure Ihe Ctoup or Hives
Children, m Iroin hlteen minutes to si
hours lime. It immediately subdues tin
violence of Hooping Cough, and effects c
xpeedv cure. Hundreds who have beer
given up by their physicians as incurnbli
with 'Uinsiimption, lja,ve been restored
peifer.t health, by it.
In lad. as a remedy in Pulmonary I) is
eases, no medicine has ever obtained
higher, or more deserved reputation.
IO" 1 he above Medicine are all for salt
at the siore of JOHN R. MOYER,
The Estate of SUSANNA TOM UN-
SON, late of Centre township, dcctued.
NOTICE is hereby givon that letters of admin
istration on the above mentioned Kblale
have been granted to the subscriber, living in On
Ire lownsnip. All persons indebted to aaid cstnti
are hmeby notihcd to make inimt'tiiato ptiyinent
and nil those having claims are requested lo pre
jfii t them properly authenticated to
SOLOMON NEYYflARZ), Adin'r.
May 17, 1S15, 6w4
fj-UNDER THE SUNOCO
AMONG the wonder of this age of im
proveraents.ihe subscriber respocilully beg!
leave lo call the attention of his friends anil
iho public in general to the corner of Main
St., where he has just received and opened
rain Philadelphia a general assortment of
CONFECTION AUI ES,
onsisting among other things of
Candies, various kindi of Raisins.
Prunes, rigs, Sweet and water
Crackers, Oranges Lemons,
Lemon und Pine apple
Syrups, Soaps, Al
and all other articles usually kept in a gro
Also a good assmtmenl nf
SCHOOL HOOKS & STATIONARY
All of which he will sell a little cheapei
than they can be had at any other establish
ment in these 'diauirs.
N. B. Good white and colered
taken in exchange for books dee.
O. C. KAHLER
Bloomsburg, June 6th 1845.
miss m. e. itonisox.
WOULD respectfully inform the Ladiei oi
Bloomsburg and vicinity, that she has just
received Uige assortment of
at her shop on Main.street.neaily oppnsitcDoiblerV
hotel, and second door below iilverthorn's. whwe
she his hU tlie articles usually kept in a Milliner's
btore, I be Ladies are ull invited to call and cxa
mine for themselves, Bonnets and Caps made and
done up In the moot fashionable style,
Aloomsborg, July u. IBIS, IS
The Right of Starch.
C7NEW ARUIVAL OFCI
Ready Made plo ; tiling
The subscriber has just rerved a l.rge
asorioieniof READY MADE. CLOTH
iStl, wkii.-h will be sold as cheap (or aslt
i they can be purchased in the county,
Call mid examine fur youiselvcs, at ilia
' Kighl of Sjeaich' U guarantied to all.
j. k. mijic.
June 7, 1843.-7 "
The Estate af SAMUEf. KESTER
in't o' l'ieasa.nt township; debased.
TOTjCE i he.-eby given' that letters of admin.
yi istration on the above meiiiioucd Entnte,
iav been granted to the subscriber. All persona
indebted estate are berebjf wtiCed lo make
iiumedjqte pay lent; and all those, having cluhu
ire reuuesled to nre-sent Uiem nrouwlv uuthvnii-
JESSE KESTER, of Greenwood,
ISAAC KESTER, o M. 1'teaiant;
June 21, 184569
THE subscriber having; establidied a 'A'lll
CU.tlH JtM.YVfUC TORY oi. Ai...
street, near the ruHidence of L. li. Mugn, he i now
prepaied to furnish Chaiis. of every decripiioii. uu
as good tcrma as they can be purchased eUewlierq
a the county.
Such as fled Posts, Waggon IIubs
n r i o '
406 UlUCKS, q-c.
slON, ORNAMENTAL Sf HOUSE
rhie Utter branch, from his experience, he believes
le can do a little better 'ban
rn-fOPLAf? PLANK will bo taken in rinv !
nent at the highest i .net price
o A Ml EL 1IAGEJBL'CH
Bloomsourg. July 4, lsla j(j
Harness, Saddle Sc
RESPEOTFI.'LLY informs tha public tli.it l,o
has located himself in i)B shop next door
o -Samuel Hagenbucbs Chair Factory. .1ain
tfioomsbuig, Columbia county, where he will rn rv
n the above bus lies in all its branclif h. Me will
ccp constantly on hund fine and PWse
One and 7 too Hone Harneses,
Horse Collars, Saddles, Bridles
and Trunks; &-c.
f every despription : nid havius hud a Innir en.
ienco in the busineits, he can furiiinh as m.inl wmk.
ind as cheap as can be purehasrd in the enmity,
QCy'll kinds of eonntry produce taken in puj
nent fur wprli, nt tho market prices,
may to, ibis (im3
4 LL persons knowing themselves indebted to
a. tlutsubscribei, ure rcquetuJ lo coinu roruurd
ud nuke payment,
BARK & HIDES.
will be token in payment as usual, and received in
exchange for LEATHER.
PHILIP CHRISTM N.
Uloomsburg, May li, 1S45 4
K. F. IIAYIIUIJ T,
RESPECPTL'LLY informs the puldic
he lids located himself in Iho Shun ,ii-v
occupied by ZIBA RLGdLES, in MARKET,
STREET, where he intends carrying on the above,
business in all its various brandies,
built and repaired, as well as one horsa
WAGGONS AND lJUGGIES-
if every dascription, and all kinds of Country-
Work, in his line, dune at olioit nojicc, and on thu
nost reasonable terms,
(Tr'Good Lumber and all kinds of Country Pro.
luce tuken in payment for work, but Caiih will not
April 5, 184r.-Cm50
Cabinet Ware House.
TnHE subscriber would respectfully inform llm
I public, t li nt ho bus taken the li in l.u-lv c
upicd by Samuel Lilly, near the upper end uf
Dlootiisliurg, where ho in carrying; 011 the
in all its various branches, and where he will La
happy 0 wait upon ull those who nmy favor him
A-itn tlieir custom. Ids r urniiure is wai runted lo
ie made of good mateiial and durable, and he in.
icndi keeping on huinl
Sideboards, Secretaries. Bureaus,
IVardrobes. Curd Tables. Dinirnr
Tables. Breakfast Tulles,
Cupboards. Stands, U'ask
and all kinds of work in his line, which lie vril sell
upon as reasonable terms as they can be jiuuhasi J
in the county.
By unci attention to businRss ha hopes to re
ceive 1 share of pubiie patronage.
ELI U HO WIS.
CHARLES K. UUCKALKW
Alfornry at Iaiw,
rtt'e South side nf Main-xt. -opposite
hycr iy Ihfflcy t itjrc,
li 7'WILL ATTEND COURTfj IN
IHE COUNTIES OI COl.U.M.'iLl
BLANKS'! ! ULANKS ! !
scrJnstirIJI.mk EXECUTIONS ami
SUMMONS just printed 'and Lt sule at