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in: was mv HUSBAND, am
1IC LOVliL) ml:.'
S imp yeni s aio a Spaoi.tid was ni-rcit-il
in llmna, charged with he lun
tidi ciime of ai mm num. 11) "was;
.J, inwii in he depraved and desperate
i ,.liv iIimI, who had bi-r.n ni;iff;il in
, ; , I i o v ml w.tx DUKjiroici) of other hein
. u 1 1 imi-H. The evidence Biiiust him
is C lliclUsivC DO V0IC8 Wait Ill'Ulll n
,,H ( , vor no nniinuiiH ciicumsunct
vie adduced, llo was condemned V
iii ptniahment of the uroile mid llu
tvxeculion took Uco ( the allotted time
ui'lmtii (he walls uf the ciiy, at tin
I , t ice sppoinled lor llie capital punish
j n 'lit of malefactor.
The instrument of execution, nn iron
collar, which, by turning a screw, pro
-dueed inslant strangulation, was applied
n'fl.il the c-xenniioiis of the throng,
AvHch had iheitd around for the hor
ulile purpose of witnessing the last dy
in MiiupK,lcs of a human being and en
ili.t crowd had dispersed, a woman,
, oiiii and lovely, but with disheveled
Inir and disordered dress, while griei
Ii id impressed livid signet on her pal
..'til cheeks, forcing her way through the
.throng, and lushed franticly towards the
it ri ible apparatus of death.
Who are you, and what have you in
common with that pirate ond assassin?'
-demanded one ot the item satellites ol
On?' cried the wotrun, in a lone ol
oony which thitlled eveiy boiom
lie wus my husband and, he loved
.This reckless, bad man, had by some
-mysterious ii.flnence, thrown a chain a
round the heart ol this young and beau
ulul woman, and united it to his in
bunds which could not be broken even
'by death. All his errors, all his crime?,
ml they were .many and dreaoiui
were nc-i seen and known, they were for
ci ven or disregarded. It was enouge
4 tr her that he was. her husband, and he
loved her. .Tnis, in her estimation,
would atone for all his transgressions,
ftlio looked for no more 3he asked for
o more. Her world of happiness was
.'centered in her husband's afflictions
hud there surely must have been some
redeeming trait in the character of the
a-s issiit which could have gained llu
. love of woman, and retained her .clear
- est affections even after his life had been
'In feited to the laws aod ignominy rest
.ml upon his name. Hut 'he was her
husband, and she loved him.' Boston
INSTINCT OF Tilt: GOOSE.
;The following incident, was related
to us by a highly respectable lady, and
-rhows that even a Goose is not destitute
. of the higher order of instinct.
My faiher had been presented by old
'Gov. Gill with a goose imported from
.,10:iropp, of superior beauty. Like the
.venerable donor, she was long unblest
with progeny. Whenever the other
Ctese brought broods of goslins, thi
childleos matron manifested great unea
siness, A, length at the suggestion ol
my mother, the 'solitary bird was.
'set,' on ducks eggs. W ith this arrange
ment she appeared delighted, and the
duties of incubation vcre performed
wiih the utmost fidelity. In due time
a brood of ducklings were the reward
f her anxious care. No mother was
over prouder of 'little Willy',' when foi
the first lime, he 'exchanged his 'robe,'
for a masculine dres, than was niistres
loose of her fledglings. She led them
to the water, and initiated them inti
Kjuaiic mysteries, brooded them with
iendereolicitude, and duly hissed at all
intruders upon her domestic immunities.
15. it alas, for all earthly joy, a change
tiuou came over the brightness of bei
.-creature bliss. I was standing at my
. -.indowone moring, admiring the exhi
; biiion of maternal affection, when
in r attention was airested by a family
uf goslins, . feeding qijieily some ten
. rods distant. She paused, looked at hei
. ducklings, then at her own again, a?
..I'liHigh alving an intricate question.
.M leng'h, it seemed (hat light had bro
ken upon theil.ii kness of her instinct, and
for the first lime she became sensible ol
',he deception practised upon her, and
, ris:o7ered lht the brood she had so
, painfully nurturtd, wrie another specie:-
of the featheted 1 1 i be. Her rage wa.-
now tnconlrcdable. With a fury thai
Sjcrales tuver iv'rtnessed, she seized tin
.jitnocent objects of her tie-w born hatred
. hy the r.ecl:, and in a fnw moments they
were laying lifeless aiound her woik
nf death, slie iiilerjd a ccream loud a
that which Saved K jiiip, assitille.d ih
poose vhose Uitimalo family had ex
cited her envy, drove her fiom the yan
.and took possession of her brood, which
..(die brought up ai though Ibcy had beer
Hie offspring of l;er own eggs.' lit;
any student of natural hisloiy a veittabli
, jwru'lcl to Ibis Gonse story?
A Span'mti AubbiLop Imving a d'fpiite
.viil un opulent Duke, who laid iviili scorn
'What ;e yonT your titles and your icvcn
ues aie only fur life,' answered wiib em
pmhaiic irurti, 'A-vlfi-r hoiv crany lives
i!jKyour grace hold your?'
II Y v i 1 1 it t nf sundry wiiis of vend, ex.
to inn directed, will Im exposed to public
sale Jl ih it court Iiiiiis.1 in Ifanvillc, on
Mouthy tlin IHih day of August next, ai
1'2 n'hu k. M The folkivMiijj described
piupcfiy, t iif
The undivided ill roe cii;ht purls of a
certain 1 .iiiiui v.ftaw iMiit Uivuiiui! House
f land, situaio in 1(li(ion Township, in
he IJtiuiiiv of Columbia. Hilioiiiing lund
of Jacob W arner mid oibeis.
Hcizad Hint taken in excculion and to be
sold ai the property of Jacob McColluin.
A certain tract of laud situate in Fishing
Creek Township, Columbia, county con-
1 10 A c r c h,
more or lesu, about I W 12N I Y I' lVr.
CUliS of 'vhlch i cleared, bounded bv
lands of Peter Vilk, Edward M' Henry &
)lleri,whnrenn is erected A LOU UOUSli
and a LUG SI'AULC, with the appuiwu-
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
is (he property of Joseph Fullmer.
All the right, little and interest of James
Glenn, in the a certain tract of lanil;situaie
in Derry Township, Columbia County,
more or lets.bounded by land of John Craig
James Pollock, Samuel Glenn, and others,
whereon is erected a PLANK BAKN, ar.
old LOG HOUSE, a FRAME BANK
BARN, and an old LOG BARN, and an
APPLE ORCHARD, with llio appuner.
Seized taken in execution and to he sold
as the property of James Glenn.
A certain tract of land situate in Sugar
loai lownsnip, uoiurnuia Uouniy, con
about SEVEN IT-FIVE ACRES of
which is cleared land, bounded by lands
of Samuel Krickbaum, Catharine Luiz, and
others, wheieon is erected a
JfeA LOG HOUSE, a
shMjJ SAW MIL L,
with Hie appcfienance.
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
as the properly of John Follir.er.
A certain tract of land, situate in Centre
tnwnsbip Columbia county, conlainiii''
FIFTY SEVEN ACRES; more or less
bounded by lands of John &Fester others
whereon is erected a LOG HOUSE and a
LOG STABLE, with the appurtcnancet.
Seized; taken in execution and to be sold
as the properly of Daniel Sponenberg
BY virtue of a writ of a foira facias all
dial lot oi ground in Roaring creek twn
ship, Columbia County, adjoining lands of
Warmer, Michael liower and John Klin,
more or less, on which are erected a LOG
HOUSE a LOG BARN with STOM
STABLE, all cleard and under cultivation
except about TWO ACRES
Seized taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Henry Keil'tr.
All the irttSteet and share of Lucas Brass,
at fi in a certain tract of land, in l)ern
lownship;Cnlumhia county rontaininir abom
ONE HUNDRED and NINTY ACRES
more or less, whereon is erected a LOO
DWELLING HOUSE; weaiber boarded
a LOG BANK BARN, CIDER HOUSE
and other out buildings, adjoining land ol
John Gray and others, lato the estate ol
John Benfield, ssnr deceased, all the in
terest of deft, as one of the grand children
and heirs of said John Benfieid deceased
Seized; laKcn in execution and to be sold
as the properly of Lucas Brass.
BY writ of a levari facias, all that cer
tain messuage and four lots, situate in the
Town of Muortburg, in ibe township ol
Liberty, in the counly of Columbia, a
foresaid and described as follows a lot nn.
G. wheron is erected a FRAME SHOP
with the appertenances, also lots no. 2. -1
and C. s'tuate on coal sued in said town
lieii.f. the same Una whirl) ibe SherilT ol
Columbia county by deed dated the Gin day
-ril A. D 1824 granted to the said John
Seized taken in execution and to be snh!
as the property of John Gilroy and Jamef
Philips in ti e band of their administrators
Edward A. Kuizner.
All that rertian messuage and Irnrl ol
land, situate in Mifflin township, Columbia
county, aforesaid, bounded is follows, be
ginini; ot a corner in a public road, thence
bv land partly of Henry Yoho, Charles
MWr. nod Christian Miller, south sixty
ilegiocs v est 154 perches lo corner, thence
by laud of Jacob Kocienbitder, and partly
of Diiiiel Uuho, North thirty degrees west,
155 perches, to a post, thence by land ol
Georue KelcMincr, Geoige Driesber, and
John Oenrhcrt, south 88 ilegiess, n;d one
half east, eighty sis perches and ceven
lenihs, Kouth S3 degrees east, lixty eijjln
pen lies, nonli eighty sevrn degrees easi
20 perches, smith 30 degrees east, 'd'i
P'Tche. nonli ' !! decrees er.st, 13 pi.rchci
and two tcnliB to Peter .(icarhct o'.hct
land, thence by the same, south 20 degree t
cast, 20 perches and seven lenibs to the
bpgininif, containing NINETY ONE
ACHKS.ONK HUNDRED and FORTY
FOUR PERCHES and allowance, be ih.
same more or less, together widi the her
adiiiueius and appurtenance.
Seized taken in execution and to bo sold
is llio properly of Peter Gearheart.
"iRAM I) I;'. Hit Sheriff t
u:lllt s Urncn Dun vine,
July 15, 1815.
BY virtue of a will of venditioni exponas
id me directed, will be exposed to public
sale, at the Courl House in Danville, on
Monday the 18ih of August, 1845, at 12
o'clock M., Uie following properly, viz:
A certain lot of ground situate in
Montoui township, in the County of Co
lumbia, containing 0 ACRES, more or less
bounded by lands of Jacob Kishel, George
Kanllinan and David Kishel, whereon is
eiectnd a frame house, a frame stable, a
bark house, a currier shop and tan yard,
with the appurtenances.
All the interest,share, and portion of
ibe defendant in all that certain tract of land
siiuato tu Montour township, Columbia
county, containing 100 acres, more or less
adjoining lands of Henry Wertnan, Chris
topher Woertte and others, being all the in
terests of defendant in the estate of
Baylor, dee'd. faiher of defendant.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the piopcrty ol John aylor.
I HAM DL.KK, Shcrill.
Sheriff's Officf., Danvilie,
July 11, 1845
TO THE PUBLIC.
Having been shamefully absurd by Capt
'Vilson, of the Packet Boat Eagle, 1 here
bv cautiio all Travellers lo be ware ol
takinir nassase with him, if they wish lo
bo will treated, but rather lay bv one day;
& travel with Capt. Ammermon, of Packet
Boat New York, as ho is a gentleman.
B. S. BROCK WAY.
July 15th 1815.
IS HEREBY GIVEN,
TO all legates, creditors, and ether per
sons interested in the estates of the respec
tive decedents and minors, that the admin
istration and guardian accounts of said es
tales have been filed in the office of llu
Register of the county of Columbia, ami
will be presented for confirmation and al
lowance to the Orphans' Courl, lo be held
it Danville; in and for the county aforesaid
on Wednesday, the 20th day of Auguai
next, al 2 o'clock. P. M.
1 The account dT Chailes Il.ijreilburk,
Admr. of the Estate of Jonathan llagen
buck, late of Bloom township, deceased.
2. The account of Geoige Sloan, Admr
of the Estate of Alexander Thompson, late
of Bloom township, deceased.
3 The account of Leonaid B. Rupert,
Admr- of the Estate of William Ruler, who
was the Admr. with the will annexed ol
Eliza Killer, late of Bloom township de
4 The account of Leonard B. Rupeil,
Ad. nr. of the Estate of W ilham Ruler, late
of Bloom township, deceased.
0 The account of Thomas Barber and
Caleb Thomas, Adinrs. with the ill an
nexed of the Estate of James Baibor. late
of Derry, township, deceased
G The account of Christiana Steinm'in,
Admrx. de bonis nnn of the Estate of John
Stvinmanj lato of Liberty township, de
8 The account of James PleacanlsjEsq
Admr. of the Estate of Ezra S. liayhurs;
who was the Executor of the Estate of
John P. Davis, late of Catawissa township,
9 The first and final account of George
II. limine. Executor of the Last Will and
Testament of llezakiah Boone, late of Cat
awissa township deceased.
CHARLES CONNER, Register,
Registi:u's Office, Danville,
July It), 1843. i
TIIKIiKAS, tho Hun. Ju.skpii L Axtiioxt
' President of tho ('unit of Over n;nl 'J't
miner ami (ieiieral Jail llelivcry, Court, of (junrli1
Sessions of the l'eace.nml (Join t of C'omniim i'le-.is
uid Orphans' Court in the eighth judicial ilisiriel
composed nf the colonics of IS urliiuiiilierliilii'
I iiI'jii, Loliiinliia Mill. l.vi'OMiins; niid Ihe llol
Stimuli (u(.i and Slrnhrn Jiulthi, r.'sqim-es:
-Hrimto JuiI'im in Columbia county ,liuvi
issued their pr-ccpt liearniiijj dale tho 'bill day ol
Apiil, in the vcur of our Lord one thniiR.ini!
eifdit hundred anJ fur(y.five, u;id tome diiccted'ui
A Court of Oyer and Terminer, and Cm-
mil Jail llehvirij, denrritl Quarter
Siisions of the 'race, Common Ve
mi I Orphan's Court.
IN DANVILLE, in the County of Columbia
m the third Monday of Aug, et, (being tin
I Kit, J.iy) and to continue one weult :
Notice is therefore hereby civen to
Inc Coroner, the Junliees of the IVace, and Con
sluliles of the Kiiiil county of Cohnnbiu. tha lliej
be thru and there in their proper pereu:is, ut li
o'clock in the forenoon of said duv. with then
ecorilii, inqu'wilioiis and olhtr reiiiiantirttiices.lo d.
those things which to their offices npijcrUin t.
bo done. And lliiise thut are bound by recogni
-.iiiices, to proBPCUte aguiust the pr,imcrs thut uii I
ur i.my he in the J;iil of taid cminty uf Cohunbin I
;ire to Ik. tben end llu-re to prosecute agaunit them
us hhidl be jimt, Jurora are requested tube punc
tual in their attendance, iigHT-ibly to their imtice..
Dated at Daiiwlle, the 11 Ih diiy of July in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight
bundled sud foty-live uml in the li'.Jth year
tl'lhe Inilependcncc of the Luiieil htalis
IRA M DL'ltR W,mT,
SiK.uirt'n Oi-vicl, Dairilie
Ju! 11. l:-ij
MHR VCIIVCS the present opportunity l
'J cxpreiHiug his tliuiiklulnesv to Inn lricniU,ainl
.1 ii- n r .1 .'II. I lu i. . u I'liBiiiiuiini, in ui uiili: ritilll IU UlUn
the pubic generally, fur the. iberal patronaije he.,,,,, .' , 1 . . . " u
, ' , f , , i . i i.i Ihey cine coIiIk, anil coiihiimplioli in luevcn ed.-
has heretolore received, mtorms his ti enda and the . , , , , 1 .., . '. , ,
.... . i ,i . , , . J hose who have a redundancy o bie tind lieni o
pub ic in genera , that he sti continues to carry en ,,, Jf , , , . ,
. . f . ' ,. ,, .,, , i , i . the most essentiid service, and should licrr be a de
the ahovo business at his o d ct tubhslied tand, on f , . , ., ,, , .,
,, . , ii,.., i . Iicleney ot that miporlimt fluid tho llrani rcth I'l k
the corner ol Mum and Last reetB, where lie , ' u i c i n- . ..-. ,
nopes, by strict ottentum to business, to receive
, -. . . , . . . , .
ami nior it a shaie of pub he pationage ss heretofore.
. . i i . n
He duonis it unnecessary logo into the game ol
, . i, , .1" l.m I ! i.'Ki ,cw (luniB 1(11,1-11 Ilium Uluiei Y Ullllll llie 111-
hrair.or to use any soft soi der uliniil his oKILL m , . . ., . J ' ... , ,
tho 1'KOFL.VSIO.V OF U AN MEN 1' CUTTING''" ,,,t'", r",wved, "",0 0,4 , "T"' W'" '"
, , f, ,. , i- ,i most certain lo Movent any niatenul mconverMdiee.
as us shop is of una standing, and his work he.. 1 e ,. . ,'., .,
. . . .1 B . . A Id ill no wliiirn ni thiu MrAHil nil jm.i. inui- lu ll.i.u
links wi t speak for itself, and lar more under
, i i . i li i ,i,i
ihan words. Hut, ho would merely say that, he
... . ', ...
.uarrnnl. li la u.irlf il.mn will, iinulnMdu .liirnlill ll V
.. - . , r i - ii . l ii ,
1IIU II, ,IIW 1.1.., II.PIIIUIIUUIU IllUllllUt) UIIU .11 V..-
ure a good fit in all rases,
N. li. Charges moderate to suit tho times. Al
kinds ofcountry pi oduce taken in exchange fut
woik, at market prices.
Bluoinsburrr, Nov. 9 1844. 20.
fWlTHE subscriber has just leccived a large as
H soitmcntol Kl'ECTACLES and isl'P.C
TACLE GLASSES, of tho best quality, of both
white and green, from No. O, upwards.
Qy-rersons alllicted with Bore eyes, will find it
to their advantago to call and get glasses from him;
as they mny feel assured of deriving a great benefit
Irom their uso,
G. L. SUULTZ.
Bloomshurg, May 17, 18454
Chair . ivianufactoy,
1 11E suuscrtoer coniinues to carry on
business at the old stand of B- Si 5. Hager
oueh, where he will be ready at all limes
iu furnish Fancy Si Windsor Chaits, Set
lees, Boston Rocking Chairs &?, of evjrj
description, which may be called for, at
short notice and on the most reasonable
terms. He will also execute lluuso, Sign Si
Ornamental l'ainting, and House Papering,
in a superior manner,
From his experience in the business, and
his facilities of manufacturing; the various
irlicles nf bis line, he flatters liimseK that
lie shall be able lo furnish as good work,
md upon as reasonable terms as can he
done in the country, all of which he will
dispose of for CASH or COUNTRY
N. B- Orders from a distance will bi
strictly ai.d punctually attended to.
1! II ACEN BUCIL
Blonmsl.tirf, Dec 30, lt-13
EUoosjisbiirir K. ES.
"ILL kfcp constantly on
XAILS, SIMIvF.S. AM) IKON
which they will sell by WIIOLLSAI E und RE-
TAIL, ami on tin Kimil trvma (t the (trtliifn
c.) lie tlrwhere imniutteil. Mci chants ami
others, mav find it lo iheir interest to call. .All
kinds of grain received iu pavrnent.
JOSEPH I'AXTON, Piir.sipK.NT
List of Jurors.
For August Term, 1815.
Bloom .Stuart 'iercc.Willisiu Htrcnbucb.Johri
liaikley, Jacob heller, (ieorgc Lilly
Dricrcreek John Workeiser.
('atlawissa John Fisher.
Derry John Craig, Reuben l'olk, Robert Rru
ner, Samuel (ieenn.
l-'ishinrreek Daniel Kitchen.
Franklin Isaac Vetler.
Liberly-Maitin Hilhnver, Robert Auteu.
Mif.'lin .Marshall ( Kinney.
Mahoning Suinuel (iuliek, William Uiddle,
Madison (ieoige Eves, Samuel Mc.Ninch.
Roiii iugc reek- William V ecu in.
Augur Loaf-Moses Vocmn,Samuel Fritz.
Orange O'eorge L. Kline.
TRAVERSE JL'RORS.-Aug, 1845
iiarcrcek-V. A. .1. fitlaiu, Levi A. Hutchi
son, Zavid I'ow lei, Nathan Sccly.
Derry-Robert lkrr, ugh Matson, Thomas
Cary; Medium Ellis jr. Aidruu aldren-
Fishiiigereek-Janics Edbar, Nitlrnu Flechcns
l'riinklin-Thomas Clayton , Jacob Ifuber.
Creenvvood-John KichnM, William Lemon,
Hemlock-Franklin McUride Daniel Puisel;
Jackson-Abraham Knous, William Kobcrts
Liberty-John McMahan. William Vaiihorn
Mifllin-Jacob Scupenheier, John Kuss, Isaac
Malinning-John D. Chestcr.Davnl i'hillips.Elias
Orange-Jacob Fleckeiiatine, Daniel Forn'.vald.
Roaringcieek-Oliediidi (Janipliell jr.
Sugar J, oaf-Jeremiah Hess, Jjii es Mather,
1. 1ST OF CAUSES.
Tor Trial ut August Term, 1815.
1. Burl in W. Wapples, vs Jeremiah
liish et nl.
2. John C. MeCall ct al vs Jos. Lemon.
3. Robert Montgomery vs (Jeorge A.
Frick el al Executors of D. S.
4. Leonard Btineuian vs John itlcWil-
5. Robert Moore va John Chester et al
C. Jonathan C. Pennington vs John
Chester et al.
7. Charles B. Bowman vs Richard Tor
8. Andrew Emmons vs Voniah Reese.
9. Tobias Shirtz et al Thomas Moore-
head el al '
10. Peter Baldy vs Joseph Diehl.
11. Divid R (iiini et al vs Thomas
hand, a large
HAD and understand ! 'flic linie will ci nie
when ihu medicine, Ursmlreih 'ills, will be
iippieeialed ss they might and ilterve; it will he
lindemtood that Dr. Itraiuhiih has the slrongesl
claims upon lhc piiblie. Jt is due that eveiy in
dividual who makes a trial of lhc lliaiidrclh Pills
concede them to be the IickI rmdicine they ever
used. They sre indeed a medicine nhout whieh
.1 ! : . i n.i i
iuure is no ihimuk.'. j neir vulue in u climale no
tliangeuhle as oura cannot be nulHeiciilly (ippioeial
...I A irn. .. : . .A i .t...
nu v nn t iiuuiiv urntiiLliil I nt el. llll- I1US MIS
- .,, , ' ,; , , ,, , , , . ..
ii" win..., iiiiunnitBii.i u v.iiiiiihk; II vt-n 111 lliunu II
' . . ,. .. ..
eions u-her,, he. i rrai 1 nl ve nw t,.vi.r u:,u ,,.,! .
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no proper a medicine a tho Ercndie th Pi k l.e'
' ,. . . .. , . . .
this meilieiuo be universally used in hi
disease, and no loss ol blood allowed, and few,
very few. would be its victims. " So it is with olhei
diseases. Assist nature with this nil impurranl
medicine to iciuofe morbid humors from the blood.
I and do not resort lo bleeding or mcn.ury, and wi
shall have a "ery great scaicity of persons atllielei:
with cronic maladies. 'J'hc feathered tribe the an
imal kingdom- over which wo are the lords, me
not i 111 ie led with chronic maladies; neither should
we he if it were not for nur prioo which occasions
them, follow liatme. huo the medicmu whcl
harmonizes with her, which mildly but surely re
moves all the impurities ot the bloou,w hu h strcngll
ens tho feeble,and yet induces those of too full habit
to a healthy slanilurd. Let mo again say that ever)
department of the manufacture oi llraiidicth I'ilb
is personally superintended ly me, mid that even
box w ith my three labels upon it may be relied u;
on to have the beneficial effect described if usei,
according to the directions BccomBiiy!ng.
A 0 E N T S3.
Washington. Robert M'Kay.
Jcrseytown L. & A. T. jise1,
Danville E. 1!. Reynolds & Co.
Cattawissa C. G. lirobst.
Bloomshurg J. It. Mover.
Limestone Dabbit & M'Ninch.
liuckhoru il. G. Shoemaker.
Lime Ridge Low & Thumpson.
ierwick-J W Miles
May 3, 18-15 ly- 2.
II ( f Hey & IHciiricnhnl!,
Have, just ieceived,and are now opening!
At the old stand of Eyer & UifflrJ
AN EXTENSIVE ASSOHTMENT OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Cuimisthig of retry attick usually h'jit in
Among tlicir assortment will beJound,ol
Clolhs; Cassiniere.; Sattinelts, Oambroont
etc. lor sunimer panis; Calicoes, Chintz;
B dyonues; Lawns and Crape Dclaius
Sec. lur dicsses, Hosiery; Gloves &
Mills; Handkerchiefs, Scarfs;
brown and bleached Shirtings
.&c. coloted Yam; Lajis and
Waddine; Bonueis and
They have also; Palm Hats; Travellitif;
Baskets; Looking (Jlasscs and Bras?
Sugar, Teas, CoU'ee, MolasscsB, Pep
per, Spices, in facl every thing in Irn
line l.h a I tnay be called lor.
A general assoi imenl of
Prace Chains, Shovels, Nails, Spike
and t he .usual variety of Locks,
Screws, Hints, &c, Rolled
and Har Iron, Hoop and
band Iron, Waggon
tire of all sizes,
DRUGS, PAINTS, & OILS.
All ol which they will sell on the tnos!
reasonable terms and receive in payment all
kinds of country produce.
May .10, 18'i-o 3rn. 3.
The etibecr ibcrs have established at the
above place, a new MAR RLE YARD,
nd will always be ready, al the shortest
notice, to furnish to order,
MONUMENTS, TOME- TJBLES,
TOMBSTONES, HEAR Til
JAMBS', M.QNTLES, PAINT
STONES, MULLERS, Lc.
or any other work in their line. They
ilso prepared to furnis'i WLNDOW CAP-'
and SILLS, DOOR SILLS and STEPS,
Lu eiiher of .Ma.ble, Lime or any kind ol
lone that ran be procured in ibis vicinity,
f i "j1 Having had considerable experience
in the business, tiiey pledge their work lo
be executed in as handsome a slvle as can
be furnished from ;,ny yard either in the
ci'.y or country; and on as reasonable terms.
ARMSTRONG & HUGHES.
Bloomshurg, Nov. 3, 13-13. ly 28
CA'rtl VVIfcHA COL. CO. PA.
ACOB DYER infoims travellers and
his old customers and friends, that he
a nl 1 keeps the above Hotel, where he will
behappy lo wail upon those w5io favor
him wiih their custom. Ilia house is larire
i ,- , M .
anu coinmouious, anu wen arranceu to ac
commodate bis ntiesis His table is always
provided with the choicest Viauds the mai-
kels ran afford, and his Bar contains some
of the best liquros that can he found in this
section of country. His stables are also
ample, and good ostlers are always in al
Catawissa, July 12, 1815 2m. 12
O Ihe LAST and UuOT TKEK Mnl.iny bu
siness. tSniart active lioya belwcen thtf
ages of 15 mill 17 will receive good enei u-iige-ineiil
upon iiumedia.e applicilion to the suIim cibcr.
HLVIOiN 0 ISHIVIi
bloomi.burg. Juno 14,1845 Clf in
I M of I. l('i s.
EMAI.MMJ iu the IW Office, uf Itleums
burg, on ifinjuaiter ending June ilnh lij45.
Fullmer 1 '.ij.ii 1
llarlinun A. li.
.Iio I.M'ii Jose h
Mailin '1 hum us
Jiobason Mifs Jary
Reiihurt it,muel 2
Sprout A. 11. Kmj
'enia Win. or John bJiM
Wyehi.fl Y. V.
Yi akelield Jmnes
rcisoiis c ullii g for let'ers in tho ul.oe liht
lieui.e ay tbiy aie udvcrliscd.
J. R. MOIER V M
rjjT' subacrihei respectfully informs thtf- pnh
B lie that he has taki n the shop lulely occupied"
ly 11. S. llnyliiiiHt, ut the lower end of Maiki't
strect liloomshurg; where he intends carrying orw
the above business in all its branches, and solicits a
slia c of the patronage of the public.
In connection with lho above business, he ofl'crs;
his services as an
He will always be ready to rnnkc COFFINS for
the sumo prices heretofore -barged in Liloomtbnrs;,
and having supplied himself with a good H KA X&'E
he w ill attend with it ut tho Funeral without any
May.iO 1815 6m 3
rnHE Danville Steam Woollen Factory, for.
Jl. meily owned and occupied by Lr. J'elriltin,
lias recently hien purchased by Ihe subscriber, w ho
icspcetfully anriounccs to his fiiemls and the pub
lie generally, Uiat he is now prepared to cxreuto
all kinds of work in his line ol business, at ibe
shortest notice, according to order, ond in lhc best
comparative n:rliner. Having gone to considera
ble expense in repairing his machinery and appa-i-jtus
and being very particular in seeming the ser
vices of experienced mci bullies, lu- feels omtidciit
Ihut he is ( iipuble of executing all kinds of vu.ik
in his line iu a style supcrioi lo any other establish
ment in t he country. Prices of oik as lollevt:
Cloth $ yard wide liflu ond dark, liom 4.r to fi5
cmts pei yaid
Oo buttle grcms, olive brown, Ac, fiom GO to CO
S.itii els of the above colois, froui dO to 41
Flannels one yard wide, 30 cents.
V'inc, biowu or black, 40
Madder red, 45
blanket 2 yds wi'c; twi'leikir plain, fromdO to 70
cvnls per yard.
H ill be done in the best manner, and at '.he usu.
ai prices All kinds of country produce will bo
taken in payment forwukat .'unxille li.aiktt
SA Tl TSE TTS; Fl. A NNEL Si
CLOTHS 4- BLANKETS;
Constantly on hand. Cor sale at rednud prices
for Cash or Darter.
Fur the accommodation of customers living at a
distance wool for Janulacluriiig will be token iu
at the following places :
COUJMMA COCNTV. Isaac Kline's Mill,
Fi.-hiiiRC eek; Holmes' stoic, Columbus; Low &.
Thiiiiipsnn's store, I-inu'-Kiilc; NV. I Waller &
Co.'s store, Hcrwiik ; iStewtnt & liiekets' ttorc,
Oiangcville; Win. il'cKehy Co.'s store, llloniiis
burg ; John (i. Miaiplis' tore, Caltinvis.-a; I Di
sci's stoic, Jersey town: Deri & Mcliriile's stoic,
White all; St roup's store, lf'u.-hingtoiiviile.
1,1 ZKIi.M; CUI'N'J'V lieynold'sstorcKiiiRs
ton; (iildersleevc's, Wilkshuiro; iMycis' sloie, Nuu
ticoiic; .Inline Mack's Mill, lluntiiigtoii
Plain written directions must ucconi
pony each parcel.
II. li. ULAliJlfaAH J .
Danville, May 3, IS-lo 2
Orangeville, Columbia county, Pa.
THE subscriber respectfully informs the
public that he has leased this large ibree
lory I avcrn, now in the occupancy fji Mr
(leorue Bcinle, in Orantcville, Coluiiihia
county, I'a., and intends moving into it on
the fust of April next, where he will bo
pleased to fee his old friends and ctistoineis
will nlwavs be furnished with the best the
market ufl'urds, His BAR with lhc choicest
.il Liquors And his !STA RLE, attended by
faithful Hostlers, he flaiirrs himself that he
will be able lo give general satisfaction
will always be ready lo transport watermen
on their route,
I C JOHNSON
yiarch 15, 1815 tf, '
CL()Cli & WATCH
r..Si'l-.Cl i l.Ll.x informs the citizens of
Columbia county, and the public generally
Unit ho has located himself iu Dboinsburg.on Main
street opposite tit. Paul's Chareh, where he has
opened shop, and is now ready and prepared to
reive and execute all work m his line ot busmens.
with dispauh and in a workmanlike manner.
clocks & Watches
of tue best (pi.ili'.y, can be had at his etUiLlithmrrit
on veiy reasonable term; .
KHl'AIItfKG & (IFAMG
will be done to the satisfaction of the customer, as
well of Clocks and Watches aa of Jewelsy, and hn
wiil further, warrant bis work to be rxu .'uleJ as
well as any in this section of the bWx. lie wi!
also make to crder
or pocket, and in short, will do all othciwoik -jbu-ally
done in well icgulated respectable eMablirh
igeut. He hopcn hy sti'ct atuntimi to fusines
and a desire to please, M icccive a liberal (.hare.o
patronage, ('ountry 1'roduce taken in ptynuw
for work at ih market prices.
U'oo.nsburg, Novumber 15, IS 14- 30.t
BMNKS OF ALL KINDS,
SALE AT THIS 01 FIVE