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nut Intuit I, at nrly ns strength will penult
u paos iheni it) tevievv, in ihe form of
jener.d address. The lliren lactl jears have
liclosnl ihe spirit find tentle nry of ihe fed
ral p i r v , as (hey l.iv never he
f ire been exhibited. Anil th lemon ntus,
nol be p isscd over, if we tire ctclf ruiine J I'
r t ' ti I ihe duty f irjumniuinij I enuine Amer
ii-in principles and institutions to our iuc
In respect to my liberation, I would ade'
that it wr. ci n 111 n 1 1 ! nor v discharge, or
thrusting mil without a restoration of polil
teal and personal rights, These I bid in
viled in re-arouire hv lakinu special oath
of allegiance and thereby confessing
breach of allegiance by acting as (Jovernot
under the People's Constitution. Ilonoi
duly, consistency and self respect forbid
such an act; and mv friends do nol need to
hn assured that no such oath will ever In
taken. I have asked nothing of ihe Aljjpr
ine faction. Public opinion abroad and a
home has opened the doors of tl.eir liastilo
and the same potent agency will conipe
what has been omitted at no distant day ',
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In France, there has been much (lis
cusion recently, in relation lo menu-
luie interment. L- G'tun, author ol a
work on the Mihi.-ct, has petitioned th,
King and Chambers for the adoption of
measures to prevent the occurrence ol
this horrible calamity. Among the ca.
f s enumerated is that of a young female
in one of the provincial towns, who hai'
twice in her ile been in a trance, irom
which she had recovered. She died, a;
it ihen appeared, for three physicians,
who were called in lo examine Ihe body
of ihe young woman, declared that she
was positively dead. Considering, how
ever, what had previously occurred, the
authorises of the place peuniitnl th
body to he kept above ground lor one
week, unl' gs decomposition should in
the mean lime lake place. The Week
passed without any symptom of decom
position, and three days more were al
lowed; hut al ihe end of thai lime the in
humt'on was peremp orily ordtred
Th" body wis in the coffin, the; lid of
which was about to bo nailed down,
when another young lemale, who had
been a school companion ol'lhe supposn'
leceasail, knelt down lo kiss lit r lor th
last lime. As she remained in ihis po
siiion for "early five minutes, her friend?
became alarmed lest hei g-i f and agila
rion should become too great, and wi re
sbuul to tear her from the body, whei
she warneJ thm oil with her hand, ex
claiming, al the same time, 'Kile it'eM
pas nun te.'
In kissihg ihe lips of ihe supposed
corpie; this female had fancied that the
body breathed, and breathing in her
t'irn into he mouh. she soon convinced
herself that her imagination had nol de
ceived her. In ten minutes it was evi
dent to nil present, by the optical ion ol
a glass over the mouth, that the bieatii
had nol departed entirely from the bo I)
which was then removed Irom the colli"
and placed in a warm bed, In an hour
by Die me of restorative, the poor gul,
who was before on the point of be'inu
consigned o an untimely tomb, was able
to speak. Iler su'ement w isi .larrowing
nne. S ie Slid that she h id all along i
b'eo quite conscious of what wax passing
aionii'! Iit, biit iucap iblf ot' m ikiog the
lea. it i j n to son w 1 1 1 - t he w is nut dead
She hart even IcmhI ihe hells lolling for
tit-1 funeral. S'te recovered entirely,
and lived several years.
An application was made last, week to the
New Yoik Court of Chancery for a divorce
and the petition of the wife disclosed some
nl' the ruosi extraordinary, as well as Hie
most revolting, seiies of facts ever subm I
ted to any civil tribunal. The epplicaii'
was married at Chaaleslon, S. (), in tin
spring of the present year IK-r maiden
nun i! was Albenina ISrunel, and the nun
she united herself to was callrd France
M . Immediately afier their marriage.
they started for New York, and at the first
populous city ihey reached . ne bride wa.
ordeied lo prostitute herself in order that
the and her husband might live. As she
at first refused, lie threatened lo beat her,
hot did not al that lime cany out his threats
because he happened to make a raise bv
falsely representing himself to an Odd Fel
low's Lodge as a disl-seied member r
thai fraternity, travelling to New York for
work. Outlier arrival at l'liiUdelphia,
however, the woman saya he acltiilly
accompanied her into the atrcets anil
introduced gentleman to her, and also look
Judging for her in a brothel in that c.ty.
At the la'li r end of June they arrived ai
New York, and he took lodging! for bin
wife at a house of the samu kind, and a she
alleges, actually resorted to force to compel
ihe unfortunate, creature lo pursue such
luatlniiins pursuit for hi support. She
then complained lo the police, and ihe hus
band whs arrested for an assault and held to
bail, and her extraordinary alateinent atirac
ing the attention of a member of the bai; he
inouired into the truth ol her story, and
took the nr-ecasary steps to have such a
rnercinarr marriage dtsolved. The woman
is dussnbe 1 as young and pretty, Balti
Orders ware received on Saturday re
quiring Cspt. Duncan, now al Furl ll.irnil
urn, a low miles below New i orK, to be in
readiness at a moment's warning with his
nmpany of Flj ing Artilcry to inarch for
Texas. It will require two small vessels to
transport this company with llieir horses.
Their destination i the mouth of the Ar
The Washington Union says:
'We understand that Myn Donelson has
in all human probability, completed his
reat task, and is anxious to return home
Ile has asked permission to leave Texas,
ind letters of recall have been sent lo htm
In fact, it is noi easy to perceive the no
essity of sending a new Charge to the
United States, as President Jones propos
Cloverseed, 3 25
Flaxseed, I la
Dried Apples, 62
White Ti'eans ?5
T O CARPENTERS.
PROPOSALS will be received al the
School House, in Espeylown.on Saurday ,
the 30ilt of August inst.at 2 o'clock. P M
for the building of an addition to said School
House, one story high, 20 by 23 feet.
rough weather boarded and lined with
vhite pine hoards, with a good stone wall
inundation, and Umslieu in sine witn ticsns,
eais etc. for a school. For further par
miliars, enquire of either of the subscri
D N SCOTT.
W' S. THOMPSON
I.IXVII.L, OSTF.KLOII WEST.
Wholesale Dealers in
No. 61 North Third Street.
Geo. W. Linvill;
Joi.ph V. West.
S'J'ltAYED from tlio suhscribcr.
TNSrW u',0,lt three weeks in'e, n Wlii'e
ami Hod, t ciw, and hail her tun
Ss2j broken. Any persons given in-
foiiimtiDii ro Hie subseriber where she nny be
lound liall b reaminably iewarce.d fur his irwu-
lilo. " '
Bloomsburg; Aug D ISIS
ADMIX IS I II a roirs XOVICE
On the Rotate r.IOilN SMI TH. Atntu
en, lute J Sugarlfltil townxlup, Lulum
NOTICE is heieby given lhat Letters of
Administration on the above mentioned Es
ile, have been granted to the Subscriber.
All persons indebted to said cMale aro here
by notified lo make unmeJiate payment anr
II those having claims mo requested Ii
present them properly authenticated to
rilU.v AS M LN UI'jIN II A IX,
July 11. 1813. 6wl2
I'dinWERSUlP DISSOL VElT
'The dn.rti inership heretofore existing
m lerihe finof SIWERTIIOHX
HOOXE, in pbe nffitUsinithing Uusiness.
ii Dissoiveil UV inuiiiai consent. I tie
Hooks aio in the bands' of fkrshal Silver
thorn, to wbom all Having claims on, or
are indebted lo, said firm, are requested to
apply immediately for settlement.
MARSHAL SI LVF.K THORN.
J U DA II I500NE
Dloorrisburir. March 28.-18 15. 49
fcT?'The Uusiness, in Inline, will bo rnr
ried on at ihe old stand, by the suhscrihei
who solicits a continuance of ihe custnu
is old friends, and of as many new oner
if may please call
March 28 49
ISlornisI)tir Ai'f illory"
Thi) Members ol this Cionpauy; who
'lave Swords and Hells, belnr,cing lo the
Company; are required forthwith totlelivei
them to enher of the Coinmissioned OfTi
A PRIME ARTICLE
SAMUEL A. WORM AN.
Espytnwn; July 201815. m
T A I Is O It .
RESPECTFULLY, infnrnn the public'thst ho
bus moved into the building formerly occupied by
the 'Kerister in Market ttrtn I near vv in. rw-lyv
, , -,, , i.- j..
oc VO. store wnore no win always no icany 10
make any kind of clothing, nt the shortest notice
ind in the best and most fashinnablo style. From
!iis long experienca in the business, he flutters
nimself lb it he shall continuo to eivo general sat-
isfaction and thereby hopes to receive a shara of the
,i,"7 'articul ir attention paid to cutting.
All kinds of country produce taken in payment
lilorusl U!-', i . !) 1915. tf-lQ
J.IYXE'S JUIIl TONiC.
This Hair Tonic lias produced beautiful New
Ifair in the hetils of humlrvda who had bciMi bulil
fur years It aUu purifies tho head from Dancliull
Cures d incases of the scalp I'renerves the huir
from falling oil' or bscomiug permanently gmy
JAYXWS CARMINATIVE VAL
IS s certain, safe and efluctual remedy for Dy
cntery, Diarrluea or looseness, cholera niorbua.suin-
mer coinnluiiit, colic; griping pnnib; sour utoimtcli;
ink and nervous lieadach. heartburn, watcrbrasli;
pnin or aii kners of tho stoinach; vomiting; spitting
up of food after eating and also where it paims
through .n3 body unchanged ; want of appetite ;
restle-mnesi, and inuliility to sleep; wimd in the sto
mach ami bowels: cramp; uervous tremors and
twitching); seasickness; tainting, melancholy and
lownesg of spirits, fretting and crying of infant
and lurall bowel afieclions and nervous Jiseaiics.
Dr. JAVXE'S TOXIC VERMIFUGE
Which is perfectly safe and so pleiiiuit that
children will not rein so to tuke it' It ellccluullv
destroys worms: neiitraliies acidity or sourness of
thentomacb; increases appetite and acts as a gene
ral and permanent Tonic and is therefore exceed
in-lv beneficial in iu'ermitlent andlicinitteiil levers
and indigestion; Vc and is a certain and permanent
cure Tor lite tever and ague,
DR. JAYNE'S SANATIVE PILLS.
They may be taken al all times and in
most diseases In inflammatory, intermit
lanl, Remittent, Bilious, and every other
torm of r ever Jaundice and Liver Com
plaint. For Dyspepsia ihev are really an
invaluable article, gradually changing the
itialed secretions of the stomach and Itvet,
1 1 1 (I producing healthy action in those im
ooriani organs. 1 he v are very valuable
ir diseases of the Skin, and for what is
lonniionl y called 'Impurity of the blood;'
dso lor Female Complaints, Costivenesi
ifci!., and in fact every disease where an
Aparient, Alterative, or Purgative Medicine
nay be reqinied
It always cures Asthma two or three
arge doses will cure ihe Croup or Hives
Children, in from fifteen minutes lo ar
bours time. It immediately subdues tin
violence of Hooping Cough, and effects ti
peedy cure. Hundred who have beep
given up by their physicians as ineurrablt
mil 'Consumption, have been restoicu
leifer l health, by it.
In lact. as a remedy in Pulmonary Pis
eases, no medicine has ever obtained e
higher, or more deserved reputation.
itZT I he above Medicine are !l for saU
at the store of JOHN R. MOYER.
A I) M1XISTRA TOR' S XO TICE.
7he Ettutc of SUSAXWA TOML1X-
SOX, lute oj Centre township, deceued.
TRTOTICE is hereby givon that letters of adniin-
I S istration on the above mentioned Estate,
Have been granted to the subscriber, living in Cen
tre townsnip. All persons indebted to suid estate
are hereby notified tn make immediate payer nl.
Old all those having claims are requested to pre
sent them properly authenticated to
KOI.OMUM NKVH1ARZ), Adm'r.
May 47, 1S45, bw
(PUNDEIl THE SUN.J2)
A MONO the wonders of this re of im
irovcmeniH,On) subscriber resiHciluilv bee
leavii In cull the attention of his friends anil
ihe public in Eencral to the corner of Main
Si., where he has just rt cei-'ed snd opened
from Philadelphia a general assortment of
CONFECTION A HI ES,
I'ousisting among oilier things of
Co ndies, furious kinds if Raisins
Prunes, Figs, Sweet and water
Crackers, Oranges Lemons,
Lemon and Pine aple
Sirvps. Soaps, Al
4iid all other articles usually kept in a gro
rtlsii a good sssottrnenl of
SCHOOL HOOKS & STATIONARY
All of which he will sell a little cheapei
than they can be had al any other establish
merit in these 'diggies.'
N. T. Oood w hite and colered re
taken in exchange fur books Are,
O. 0. KAIILER.
ITonmsbursr, June Oil 1845
Ji)'.lA) rcspoo.liilly inform the Ladies oi
Liloomsburg una vicinity, tnat stiu lias jubi
received a laige assortment of
ntber shop on Msin-street.ncailv eppnuilelloeblerV
hotel, snd second door below i'ilverthorn's. whe'e
'sho has' all the articles usuilly kept ins Millinei's
ttore, 'the Ladies are all invited to call and exa-
mine for iVmselves, flnnneta and Cops mode and
dnno up in tlio must lahinnablv style,
filovuiblwrg, July U. 1816, J?
The Right of Search.'
C7NEW ARRIVAL OFi
The subscriber has just received a lare
.ssonmeni ,,f KEAUY MADE CLOTH
IN(J, wttich will he sold as cheap for Cash
as they can he purchased in the county,
Call and examine for ynuisclves, as the
1 Right of Sesich' is guarantied to all.
J. 1C. MUYEU.
Juno 7, 1815. 7
A D MIXIS TRA TOR' S NO TICE.
The Eitate of. SAMUEL KESTER
lait of Ml Pleasant township; deceased.
NO TICE i he.-ehy given thut loiters of admin'
istralion on the above inuiitioncd Estate
luivtj been grunted to the subscriber. All persons
indebted to said estate are hereby iiotibed lo make
imincdinta pay lent; and all those having cluimn
ire requested to pro-sent them properlv authcnli-
JESSE KESTER, of Greenwood,
ISAAC KES TER, of Alt. I'leusant
June 24, 1845 5w8
fgl HE subscriber having established a .VAT IP
i Villi It JUJVUMCTOnV on .Uiin
street, near the residence of L. J(. Maus, he is now
prepaied to furnish (Jhaiis of every description, on
as good terms us they can be purchasud elsewhere
ii the county.
Such as Bed Posts, Waggon Hubs,
Hose Blocks, c.
SIGN, ORNAMENTAL HOUSE
HOUSE PAP Ell I XG.
This latter branch, from his experience, he believes
lie can do a liulo better bun any other person in
(Tri'OI'LAR PLA.NK will be taken in pay
merit at the highest f ,kct price
Tl 1 .! a t j
Harness, Saddle &
bSPIX I Fl.LLi informs the public thut be
SJ a has located himself in the shop next dour
loJSainuel Hiigenbuehs Chair Factory, ,1aiu street
oioomsbuipr;, Columbia county, wlicie he will ca ry
in the above bus ness in all its branches, lie will
keep constantly on hund fine and coarso
One and 7 wo Horse Harnesses,
Horse Collars, Saddles, Bridles
and Trunks; &c.
if every description ; ind having had a lone evpp
icnce in the biMiness, ho can Tumuli as cood work.
mil as cheap as can ne purchaned in the county
(fjAll kinds of country produco taken in pay
oienl for work, at tho market prices.
May 10, 1815 tiniU
I,L persons knowing lliemjel es indebted ti
fft Ihfsubscrihet, are requested to coma forward
and make payment.
BAPJC & SIDES.
will bo taken in payment ns usual, ami received in
exchange for LEATHER.
PHILIP CHHIST.M N
Gloninsliurg, May li, 1 53-15 4
E. F. IIAYflUSi T,
5 IWPECFTL'LLY informs the public that
i3 he h located himselt in Ihe Miop lately
cupied by ZiltA Ki;(iliLE, in MAKICET-
riTKKKT, where be intends carrying on the above
business in all its various branches.
built and repaired, as well as one horse
WAGttOXS AM) ItUGGircS.
f every dust-ription, and all kinds of (.'oiintiy
Work, in hi hue, done at thui t noiicc, sndnu the
nrwt reasonable terms.
rXjK'ood Lumber and all kinds of Ciumtiv Pro
luco taken in payment fur wu)k, but Cai.li will not
April 5, tS-i:. 6m50
Cabinet Vwraro House.
fpTVIF, sinVeriher would respectfully inform the
iy pnlilie, tint no lias talicn Ilie kIi p lately oc
uiiicd by .Samuel Lilly, near tho upper end of
liloomsburg, where ho is carrying on ihu
ill nil its various brunches, and where bo will In
happy o wait upon oil lluifo who may fa or him
.villi their custom. His I- urniliire is warranted b
m made of coed inatciial and durable, and he in-
icndi keeping on bond
Sidthouds, Secretaries, Lureans.
Wardrobes. Card Tuhlcs. Dining
Tables. Breakfast Tables,
Cupboards. Stands, Wush
mil nil kinds of work in his line, hich he will seli
upon ss reasonable terms aa they cun be purchased
in the county.
By sli let attention to business he hopes to re
eivo a share of public patronage.
April 25, 18-15 lyl
BUCK A LEW
Cffice South side of Main-si. opposite
Eier 4- IRfflefe Store,
H-?'WM,L ATTEND COURTS IN
THE COUNTIES OF COLUMBIA
BLANKS! ! BLANKS ! !
tp"Justir.esllan!, EXECUTIONS anr
SUMMOXS just iiriulcd and for sale a
- BSD ILL.
Concerning Ihe Removal 'the Scat
of Justice of ColumHa County,
from Danville to B'oomshurg. '
Section 1. Ifo it onocted by the Hcrinte and
Wouse of KeprcaeniHtives uf die ('otnnnwealth of
t'enusylvunia in (Jenend Assernlily met, and it i
hereby e- acted by the sulhorily of the same, That
it shall and may bo lawful I'm 'the Qualified Vo
tecs who have Kcslded in Columbia Coun
ty for at LE.IST SIX CI I.K.YIhl It
.JIO.YTIIS immediately pnnding the tieu t O'cii
frul Ekctivn, to vole at such election upon llic
'piestioii ofllioroniovaluf iheirMest of Justice from
Uaimlle tn (tloi)insliuig in said county, in ihe mnn
icr t'ollowing.to wit.- - Those in favor of a Ivcmnvti!
shall voto a written or printed ticket I du lled
'isEAT OF JUSTICE," and containins the
words FOB iil.OO.M8i;H(j," sud those on-
,osed to a Keniovnl, uball vote a wiitten or print
..1 .ii. i , i ....
u iichei nirieueu us uioresaiu. anil coniaiinn 111
words ' TOK UAiNV II.I.Kj" the said tickets lo be
leposited in a box which shall be provided fur that
put pose at cuch snd cveiy nl lite electiun polls ol
lanl couuty, and ilie leiurns of said election sbii
bo niadu in the same manner by the Keltim JuiIkc
is in tho case ol Ihe election i.l .Membeis of tin
Assembly, and if on the nicelini' of the Kclun
Judges it shall appear that a innjnrity of the volt
nave been given in luvor nl Ulooii.sburi, then tin
lollowing sectiotm of tins act shidl bo of full fore
ami eiicct; our u a snuii appear that a majorilv oi
votes nave nuen given ugainst Hloomsbura, thei
the following sections of this actsball be null $ vnii
Skc. S. i hat if a majority of the voters of sui
county of Culumhia, qualified as nforesaid, volin
on suit! question of Removal, shall decide, in th
niuniier provided in the fust section of this act ii
favor of the Itcniovul jf the iSeat of Justice of suit
county to the town of Ulouuishnrg, tbo citizens n'
Itlooinsburg in said county thrill erect, or cause t
be erected, JIT Til Kill IP. M'liOI'Ei.
KXI'i:jHE, iviihin three jnora from and a fie
such election, rn the town of yjloomsburc, suitubl
buildings of UHICK or STONE, ofthc.MOS'J
AI'PKUVED l'I.A., for a Court House am:
Hiison, and dilfcrent rdliccs for I lie safe keeping c
the county records, under tho direction ot th
County ConimifsiuncrH, who are authorised to rc
ceive a conveyance for sin h lot or lots of crouru
for the use of such County buildings, not LEiSfr
than U.N E AC'KK, in fen simple clear of oil in-
y.uumbruuce. brllie use of the county of Colurnbi
the said budding to bo erected on such lot oi luh-
uf ground thus conveyed. And the Court House
and oihcrpuhlic buildings and real estate on wind
tliev aie erected or is aunuitenant thereto, at tin
town of Danville, aro hereby granted and confirm
ed to he ii.li-jbitants of Mahoning township, will
lull authority to tell and dispose of the same to tin
best odvanlngeaind that so much o' the proceeds ol
said .iale.ns is necessary to refund to the citizens o!
Danville whatever amount of money they niuy Iium
given tor Ihe original construction of t!n publn
niildiiigs al said town, and the purchase of Ibelot.-
of ground on winch they are erected, shall l-e rc
guided t the said cttizen, and the balance to In
paid i. to the Couny Treasury for county purposes
I'n.v'ilid No disposition or sale of such puMii
;iui!diii shall be made until the court bouse al e
;uMic buildings a'. l)lorms-urg shall be completed
ind the public records and (dines Lc removed then
o. Site. 3. That so soon as the public luiildingr
ire completed according to li e provisions ofthn
act, the Commissioners aforesaid shall file a rcpon
jf the siimc in the (.'out of Common Pleas of sail
county and said Court being satisfied that saic
building's are fullv completed according to the trui
intent and in suing of ihisiut, and a record tbeie-
I being made hv endorsement on said rei-oit, tin
Commissioners iVMhe iir of said county ahull there
upon cause the prisoners, if any there confined ii
tho old prison, to be safely removed to Ihe new-
ami the puhlic papers ami records then remainiiip
in the public ofiices at Danville, to be safrly depo
sited in ihe new buildings so as aforesaid built am'.'
prepared fur the reception thereof, and fioni thence
forth tho Scat of Justice in and for llm county ot
Columbia sbull cease to be at Danville, and tin
same shall bu removed and fixed at the town ol
liloomsburg. in the raid county, and tho public of
fices heretofore keptaind the courts of jiij-l'cc heielo
1 re In hi atJanville.iu&for saideounty ofColumhia.
hall be kept mid hi Id at Lloumsbuig in the build
ings erected for their riccomiuodatii.il as uforci-nid.
Sun. 4. It shall be lawful lor the citizen ol
Bloonisburg lo obtain subscriptions from bit per
son or persons willing to subscribe nny moi'i-v 1 1
materials for the erection of such public buildings
oil nro provided for In the second section of this hci
and in default of the payment of tho same, tin
county Commissioners are hereby empowered ti
ause suits to be brought in the nameol the county
to enforce the recovery of the same, and when col
luded to be applied towards defraying the txpeuser
of such builoiugs.
Si.c. 5. If any person or persons shall veto oi
ihe ipiostion of removal of the scat nf justice of said
ounly of Columbia, at the cleciiou aulhonzid ti
ic held by virtue of this act not duly qualified tt
vole in ac-onlain e with the tirsi sraioii ot tins act
r sh dl vote out of bis or ibeir proper district. oi
diall vote more than once on said question, be oi
hey so offending upon conviction thereof befon
he proper court of quarter sessions of said county
shall be subject to the penalty provided for in thr
ener;d election laws uf ibis Commonwealth.
Sec. 6. If any judc or inspector of the clectioi
ttlhorised to 4e beid by virtue of this act, shl
knowingly or wilfully reject the vote of a eiiizei
piabfied to vote on tbo question of Ivenioval of llx
-eat of justice in said county in accordance Ihe will
lirsl section of ibis act, or shall receive the vole o
i peisen not qualified to vote as aforesaid en sail'
picstion, he or they so offending, upen convictloi:
hereof before the proper court of quarter sessions
it said county, hall forfeit arid psv for the use ol
said county for every such oflcncp, a sum nol les.
ihan three hundred or more than six hundred dol
lars at the discretion of ihe court, and shall undcrgi
in imprisonment in the jail of said county for a
jieriou or noi icas man iweive moninsor more than
Sue. 7. If nny judge, inspector or clerk of (Ik
leclion uuihorized to be held by virtue of this act
ihall wilfuilv miscount, or shall falsely and fiaudu-
lenlly add up and return the votes received upon the
question aforesaid, or shad keep afalse tally paper
ir shall be guilty of any fraud in the discharge nl
his duties, every person so offending upon cnuvir
tion thereof in the prrijrer court of quarter i-esnon
of said county, shall be subject to the same fine and
penalty as are imp"(-ed upon delinquent tU'lpes or
inspectors by the general election laws cf this Cooi-1
t. u mv. .1.. j eu, ,.i
,nsr,ccto,9 conducing the elec,i,n nuiho.iml to be
hcldiy virtue cf ihis act to cause the letter J to
'it legiblv end diiinctlv et oppoi'te the ninip ol
v-ry citizen ho ilia!! vote on ine question oi me
Kemuv.il of the scat of justice as nfmesaid, en the
lolly paper on whn.li his name shall be registered,
md any wilful omi-Um so Uide) 'hull Is dctmcd a
"isuj, a ii J shall be pmjshed risuieli pi acrordnnc
with (he provisions of the sevenili section of this
sc. tt. It shall he the duty of every jiu!e,e, Iri
spector and clerk cr-ndueting lliu clii liou aull;or
.I'd to be held by virtue of thi si t, to l.il.e (in uJtli-j
lion to tlir oath or aliinnstiou he is uoiv require (hv
law to take) an Oulh or elllrnintion llmt ha wii
lloucslly and fuitbl'ully ton. ply in evpy icspecl
with Ihe provisions and n qui i nn nu of Ihis act.
itc 10. li shall he the ilutv jI ili re
turn judi;es ni said rrnifily , at the time and
place of tjicir rneciinu- to cqst up till tint
votes received in the different election dia
tricts mi ;he rjuestion of the Itcraovnl of the
seal of justice aforesaid, and shall make out
two ct-r'itiicates showing ilie result, one of
which shall he hied in the office of the clerk
ofihe (.nuiuil nuarter sessions and the other
in ihe oflicB of ilia Commissioners of said
nuniv of Columbia.
Si.c. 1 1. It shall be the duly of the Sher
ifl 'ol iie said county of Coluiiihjn. tn csuso
tois net to he published in at least il.rta
newspaper published trrsaiil county ; for at
leaei once in every jveek for sixiy days im
mediately preceding ihe next general rlt-c
ton, and ctnill on the dav of the r lection
cause at least two printed "opies, one of
which shall be in the (lennan lan(iiiaj;e, of
laid act to be posted in handbill form, in ih.r
most public place nearrst the election poll
mi every election district in said coiintv am)
the reasonable expense of p uch publication
"hall be paid by iho said county of Colum
iiia by orders drawn in the usual way.
Sec. 12. So much of the existing Inwq
if this Commonwialih as are attired or
uipplied by this act, he snd the same rre
lereby repealed; and also the art of Assctn
ly pnsaed lOihJune 183(5 entitled ur. act
elating iq the lien of Mechanic? ar.d others,
ipon buildings, is hereby repealed ao far as
t relates to the buildings to be erected in
lursuance of this act.
Speaker of tho House of H
WILLIAM P. VVII.Cl'X,
Speaker of ths Senate.
Approvod the twenty-fomth day of Fehruaiy, one
huu-iaiid ei'lit hundred snd forty-five.
FKI.NCIS U, SHUMv.
WORMS KILLS TIIOU.iANI)s7
CHILDREN' are most subject to ibem.l nr per
sous ol ullages are liable In Le nClictld wim
Ihum. liad breath, paleness ill m. t Ihe In s.iiiisbtd
hecks, nicking at Ihe iiose.WBstiiig i.Htiy, leanness
oain in Iho bowels, jujnts or limb, diatuiUd Icep
iigntiui urcaiiis, luuaiiiug anil soliittunes of vor-
icioiis appetite, ore among ihe symptoms of woihis
luny ace doctored for nionlliH, for some other im.
ignary disease, when one box of Sherman's Worm
nenges would illccl a cure. V. Iian, corjier
of Prince itrect and the Duwery, cured a man of
vonns thai was reduced to a skeleton, and by eiitv
)no box of Sherman's Lnzenges: I t-is now us tat
an Alderman. Th Jinn. li. ii. Ueurdslev
lias saved the life of onc of his children by ilu-m,
r no sale ot over I,IKI0,(.'U0 vi boxes bus lull) ti sl
U llieui. 1 licy are the only inlalulde worm des
iroying medicine ki.ewii. hut fuuiily v. ill be
Ciiiisuinpiiiiii.t.'oiichs.t.'olJs.Whool'ii g CcI'lIb
Asthma, and all ull'ections of the limes, wilifnd u
healing vulue in Sh' iinau's Cough l.uzeiie. 'J bey
aveil Hie liev, llichard Dn lonstj the tit-v. Mr,
ttrccter, Jonathan llowanh, F.so. and that wnrhv
Id hero, Leonurd Rogers, bo in the consuinptive
rave. They cured in one day the Rev. iWr. Dun-
ar, the Rev, Mr. Handcock: Win. II. Attee I.tq
if distetsing coii(,hs. They are the plcieanlett
ough medicine and cure t:p soyjicat of any ki own
Ileadacbe,t-ea-mkncss and rnl itation, relieved or
rom hv lo ten minutes by Sheimun's Cami hur
,ozengcs Persons attending crowded i( ins in
tvelling will find them to impart buoyancy of
pints and renew their energies, J bote sullt iins
irom tnofiee living will find a fevv of t;ie lozenges
to dispel the horiois mid low cess c f spi' ils. Mr,
Ivrath, ol the Snndav Mercury, has repeatedly cur
ed himseli of fevere headache by them ,'aptaiii
Chsdwiek, of tho packet shiji ellicgton, Im;, wit
nessed their rllieacy in a great many cases of sea,
nekm-Hs. They operate liko a charm uien tho
agitated or shattered nerves, es Sberniuii's Pool
Maus Plaster dies upon ihenjiiatisin, luiiibago
pain or w eakness in the mle, back: breast or any
part uf the body. Mr, II. u. Diiecers, 'M Am.
street; Henry Ii (loulding; U 3 J Chathan:
uteet Aloses J llenrniueg t.n. ami a
ntiltituile of others have cxpern nerd the
wonderful rfl'ccts of thee blaster.
I'riee only 12 cents. Cauiion is recessarv
ri see that you (jet the genuine Minmaii a
Ijozengea and I'lasters, as there arc mat y
worthless arlir les utleiiiptcd to be nnlu iil
off in place of them, by those who would
rifle wih you t hie lor a shilling.
Dr. Sherman's waiehouse is al '00 N'us.
sau street. I'or sum by
John Ii. Moyer Illoomtbtirg
Win Ij Waler it co IJeiwuk
Low & Thompson Lime Hidge
Ii. ct J. Lazarus Orangeviile
M. 0. Shoemuker lluck Horn
L. fc A L Hiscl Jersey town
Derr& M'llride-Whne ILdl
John Moore Danville.
Stephen Ilaldv, (!i(ai iesa,
Jan. 4 IS 15 37. fn.
Ill SI OR lr OE tlYOMIXG RY
QtUPPCRIPTIONS are regretfully a dicil -d for
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voik, now ready lor Presa, will make an Octavo
volume of about six lundred p.icx, of w hit.li livo
lundred pages will embrace 'be main boi! of Iho
nrrative. 'J he Appendix, beside- c vsriely l cu
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lions, personal anccrotrs, incidents and skilcbcs
if character, muking ubont an hundred paces.
The outbo: thinks pioprr lo say. ti.nl no paina
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ns (innumerable eirors I :ve lieietofora
existed in regard lo its sloiy. and as lt very inie
resling civil character h,s ln-en s-an elv tout heel
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The purpose ol lak'ug up si.-t-r'p h-nr- is ;uc.-.
ble the author to jude what nuii.tcr ol C"p-s it
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