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THE JMPOIITANCE OF NEWS
Tlu i.flueure.ie.ied Ly the Ne '1. -
fit r is. almoin tufa rn a hie. 11
Uirai'mnral h-vei which, when nahily
iluc'f(l,vltv:ttsjoeifiy &.ln?il through
all in r,'m G.-Mions hvH.e pn. ciple ol
fi.U'inul h.olherlv le. linR. Il art v, a
lur.iiiauli.Mi! 1.01 o,.lyrommun.-i. ".l
seel-, )U( nation. Il i the v-hide by
which R-eilrndsare attained, and ''
which cffoela ate made known. It 1;.
. . i
railroad ol co cnmjiU'ie rnn'rutuu
thai we can HI by our own families, ao.y" winter auuoi
ai the mme travel over mountain and
ILiod, iu the (jrnl valley mil by )h
tea-tide, and b. come acquimied with
Iho beauties Hid siib,mitiv of
Il tTtnke us irqminted with the &real
Iiftbisof the woill, tnd we catch fiom
them a uorlionof ibeir b. iltiancy-we
convrse wiih Ihe mm of Br j, nee-we who was bent upon leaching Jl miu
enitr MiiiUiIiM we seehli won.leifui;iothonoiil thai with his consent, hr
knoAl. oVe displayed we learn the would commence tne school, and if he
emits of different phenomena we dive (did not 'keep it out,' and givu general
with him into the bowels of the "earn Isaiisfaction, he would not charge pc-
I ... f.L. im.ii. r.,r Ilia lurDiml Willi thlSlim
an.I lie ,n i a tne wonueia oi toe unu-
cr.l world wc learn the complexity,
beauty and chemical analysis of mutter
we ascend mountains, and enter (he
-regions cf fossils, petrifactions and in
ci Ufrtai iotis we fol'ow him to the very
pinnaclr, and have a view of the sur
rounding country, and grew waim with
enthusiasm as we contemplate Its many
beautiej we are bumbled, and are made
not only wiser, but better.
To the s'aiesman and patriot how vasi
in importance does the Newspaper seem.
Through its means are his thoughts dis
seminated, his worth made known, end
bis lalents brought to I &ht, through its
means ho teaches mankind their rights
and causes the thones of tyrants to shakf
lie exposes corruption and knavy, lu
combats falsehood and unmasks hypoo
lisyj he ameliorates his race from the
thraldom ot oppression, and places them
upon the platfoim of equality and right.
To the .mere politician and dun
on ,n .. ihn fJpwunat.pr is a source, if not
. . ....
of good., at least cf jiy and happiness.
; From its columns he learns the ebbs and
fl .-!. nf thfl nnlilical tide! he btcomes
.acq'.nnled with Ihe lopiraphy of par
ly (.olitics; he learns some now catch
words wherewith to act upon' the gulli
bility of the public, and, if posiblf.moun'
into power. -This may justly be consnl
Mrd one cf the evils of newspaper read
for it has its evils as well as all oth
er human eontrivanees. Il is a princi-
A! d:enlv ulauted in the economy ol
human ii.vitct-ions.ihal every good thing
must have its accompanying partial evil
pyery rose most bear its ihorn and
.:he reckless onslaught on character and
rcMiiation by ihe partisan pren may
,.f.iily beset down as Ihe bane of popu
There is no class, however, in a civ-
.il'sed community which does not derive
a bent 6 fiom Ihe well directed press.
ill is a great means of civilization. L
ctrrirs ihe L!es;ngs of Christianity into
'I'lll ffrritill 'i MIP, BUM 'V ...v. -
nf ihe Pacific Ocean- ill is diase minatoi
rf truth anil practical instruction ; tin
rlUeient support of morals, and the last.
iog record tf noble deeds and viitnous
actions. 1 he farmer, Ihe merchant, ihr
manufacture:, the aitisnn, Bnd the stu
-dent all drink at its fountain & partake oi
.. us character
To the emigrant the wanderer from
his home and Ihe scenes of his youth
Owl. how nvmy thousand such are then-
in this new and extended country) it i
indeed a blessing and a solace. i'lom
in v.iri"d pages he reads of scenes of hi.
r;ir!y life which are hallcuved by rccol
Irctinns of his kindred and friends. Hi
face p.lows wiih delight as he reads ol
unme eventwhich has transpired in hi
nfttive village. . He knows the ac ois
they wcie his school fellows, he know,
ihe very spot 'tis where he fii.! nui
his Mjciute in exile, the mothtr of hi
i ow nctiii'ious family 'l is r j i-; r tin
. villnge chuih-yard, -v;here slumber ih.
('.iiheis ol his race in I hit ahep which
knows no waking.' Olt, how caltnl)
. nvret are u recollections!
In fhnii,the ii fluence of the Ntwjpa
.f r pcrvadis all classes of socic'y all i.
l'te!s aae affeded by it, and altehrac
u ti more or its yield lo i's it.ll lenc.
1. ..ivei tont to society, il mould lw,
i iixestbe fashious'.upts Ihe " word ofjn.
iice,gives to ii an !g; and strength, and
t' (i,iM rs it with meicy. Ii move ihe
irtpuLr current, works all ; ihiough
H, ar;d by all fhould be mpporied who
. vtu d auppctt ftcmictvt'S.
An Exchange pijer nys that n in
"f 11, hie preventive agsifisi the Rttarkn
of ihe mufquiloe, is Ihe Oil f I'ennj.
royal; one drop of which plied io t'ie
clothing or the hair, will keep them a
hay Ihe whole night. Prison sufler
i n 2 under muquiioe biles, -..will fiml re
li f fmin ihe apiltca'.ion of haibhcrn lo
tl'llLUJ" !.' J
Mtlwauliie, the leading commercial port
r. W'icontin Territory, is but ten )er
i U. 1'ie'iiciit pnptiluiioii uUul &'00'0.
FRIGHTENED THEM INTO IT.
A few winters since, (says the Aiih
ti V i (ri .) a iloublr-li-iei', mh'ciio, fUn
I'uriii owi f rmrr ul' litis town, who,
''y iudusi.y 11 11 hl
I ........... til, tut, IP II
it-iMire riot rf, na hciui-u uj. km
lint of know Indue, J"'
.hivd l.c could
tuolt il lull) h:it
teachm Iho Votm idea ho lo flout '
A'Cc,rdine,ly he ptescnted himsi-.f be-
l-'e Hie horn comn. t ec, p.asn. ...
examination, reeved the ncces.iy
rttile.mb lor teach,.., tnil then in j.f
app'icai.on to ihe aeni ol a school di
i.n.l in aln.vn List to 1,11V ll-t I0 lead,
1'lie Re ih told bin
lut il WrfM a very (Lllicult oho lo man.
Hf iiut theie wtie mny roguish,
Iraclmus , pugnacious, boys in ihedialiici
some of whom wero meuurown that
ihey frequently 'turned tha mister out,'
broke iijt the school, $c. $a. Ail liu
did not in the least i..t..r, dale our I. mo
viso, the agent concluded to let him g
head. He commenced Ins labois
The three first days he permitted the
seholuis to do about as they pleased, for
the put pose of singling out Hie unrul)
ones. At the close of Ihe ihi'd day.ht
r quested all the pupils to rem in lew
moments, as he had a code ol rules and
regulations which he wished lo lay he
fore them. This done, drawing hun-.(-l
up In his full heigtb, he, in a c dm but
h'termmed manner, addressed Ihem ai-
'Now, all I have to say in conclusion
i, that if any of you are determined lo
violate iheso rules and regulations, you
had bRtter, for convenience snk-, imme
diately speak fur your coJinsV
(Jur lai mer bchool-ieacner had no mr
(her difliculiy his rule were not vio
lated tie kept the school ou1, giving
unbounded satisfaction, hvery lime
scholai'd mischievous propensity would
ise, the latthful little monitor w Hit m
.vould whisper 'ctffin,' and Ibis word
:airied with it the dired coaectivi
REVOLUTION AliV ANA'CDO I'E.
. A venerable American Judgo (elate
he following anecdote: The morninj
ollowing ihe batile of Vorktown I, had
lie cuiiosity to attend iiu dressing of
he wounded. Among others whos
limbs were so mucl) inj-ired as to r q'tnc
imputation, was a iniiiicia'i, wlio, hid
received a musket ball in the. k'ire. A-
was usual in sue!) cises, pivparalion
were making to lanlt Itini down to the
. . . . i ' l . , . . r i. . .
lanie, to p'event :nn possibility ui in-
moving. Siys the sullorer
'Now, doctor, what would you be
My lad, I am going In tk off your
leg, and it is nectsaiy you trnuld b
I'il consent io no such thing. -n
may pluck the head fiom bosom, bu
you'll ft oi co, fine me. I there h fid
.'lie in the ramp? If so bring ii io me.'
A violin wis furnished, and, fiet
tuning il he said
AW, doctor bnnin.'and he continued
to play until the operation, whirh loot.
bout forty minutes, Wis complied,
without missing a nolo or moving e
The Editors of the Wayne Coun y
Standard received as accompaniment i.
a wedding advertisement gneious a!
luwance of cake: they acknowledge Iht
tttcntion in Ihe fallowing classic tt-rin
0 tr readers may not understand ii all.
which will only piove that we kn .u
mote than they do having r-unltiU
graduated aid been admitted T
I'n -L'sor of Typography.
W'tih the above niersige from Hi,
hand of tne fair hriti", weie the acrom
panying (liicu-nei.is,' in ihe shape of va
i ious large (ilict'd uf moil tlel iful w'imI
ling cak' . W'e make our mostnspr ct
ful vow to the happy twain, ond-ihi
npporlunily in return our thanks fur thi
almost un (I ed art of liberality. M-i
'he iti ud iiDuiiial chase which now V;c1a
the for m of our ty po, justify all hi-pre-conci
ivcil irnjircssions. In whu'
rr of the couwiy he may roam.
It. thtr cal!el t.tjion ofaec the int
waves ol adverse fornn,e,or stand bffor,
the tt awl J of e nimies, may his life h
uch lhat wlien ihe Ql of dc-th .bail
be laid on him, and lite . of his txisicnct
ilnws lo a close, he mty pioduce i
clean proof, aud rl tim a clear title l
an l.oitorablc u' in the page if liis'ory.
as well to an inheritance beyond the .
RELEASE OF AMERICAN TRION
Infiiimittion tins been recjited l Wash
ifg'on.of the releae of t'enty.seven prison
e.rs ol v an l)itnan a ltml, till nalivw cf
New York, Michigan or (na:!a. They
had reached one nf iho Sa'tdwicb Llands,
un their way home. There wag Hill a larye
mtiiiher (f AiVieiican prisoners on Van iJie
h wi's L.nJ, ii die Jiiet diiics.
J) C.lU mid UiiilnrHtHiiil ! 'J'titim will come
iiV wlicnllie itiediciiiL', Hrm!r'tlt n ill b
i,,,CL'i;lli'J 114 they iiunltl atnl cli MTV; it U ill I"
iiitili'isliiud lh.it Dr. hi'iniliedl Lit tho n t r 1 1 1 j t
('.luiniH iimiii iho pulilto. It n Ituc that evt-.y -iit-ilivjiliinl
u 1,0 makoa a trial of ilia IJitindiulIt 1'illr
ciiiiet'ilo them to lie the Lett medicine they cc.
un-.!. 'J'luty a:a imlved a intihciiii) uhout liicli
luoid U in) miuluka. Tltuir viihte in a climate a
clinuiri'itljlc aa uttia oniiliot l0 aitHicieiilly uiitiroeial
I A h iiviaiiiiuUi.il u at nine nututed , tltui-
lltey cure coMa, anil cotiHiiintilK n m tuornled.
Tli.toa whu liuvu a redundancy of hilc find thcni ol
dm moat cit niial turvicc, ami "hmil.l there t o n ilc
lieiency til' lltut iliiii)it:int llilid the ItriinJielll J'lllh
hui on ciiunlly licncfioiid rlleit. ()l';en . bus thin
unpoitaiit tii.'ilici:ii! I'uti .I v.ilu.iWi! lives in tlioso te-
wlieio llio ilica llul vi'lhiw lever wat crevau-
iiiif, A tew illicit tnkrii iiiiiiii'UiuUly iipitn the in-
lection Uiii received intu Un nvtlout, vt ill In at
most certain to pteveiit any matt riul inootiveitii nee
And at no atuyo nf tltia dre nllul cuiiieVnic in there
so proper a medicine aa the llr.-ii.lrelh '1!N. J.c1
(lii nicdicino ha univerunlly u,-rj in llii.
lineiio, and no loss ol blood allowed, uml lew
vory fow, would he it s victim, b'o it ia with oilier
hsi Mscj. Atisist nature tin Una till iniiorraiit
nedicineto reinoro rioibi'l humors Irnin tho Hood
and do not retort lo lilcrdinir or mercuiv, nl wf
ahull have a "cry i at e..ucily of persona ulllictcd
Willi cronic nialadKf. J he fcnlheicil lulie the un
imal kingdom, over which wc tire tho lordn, are
not ailliclcd willi chronic ninlmlie.; neither bI'ouIiI
wn ha if it were not lor our priuc. w hich occa.iionx
tliinn. l ollow uutun. Lko tlto iindicitic wheli
Inirmoiiizea with hrr, which mildly hut aurely re
moves all tho impurities of lite blood.vt hicli strenclh
col the fceblcaud vet reduces those of too lull haldt
to a healthy atumlurd. I-et mo aniu My thtiteveiy
lenailmctU id the ntamiftcturc ol iir.ind clh I'iIIk
ta piiraonnlly supcrinlended ' y me, hnd that every
box with hit three laliels upen It may Ic relied up
on to huvo the beneficial effect dcurriN-d if ubc.I
according to tho directions accompany :ng.
A O li IN T y.
Washington Robert M'h'ny.
Jorseytown L. & A. T. JI'ikA,
Danville Ii. 11. Reynold & Co.
Cnttnwiusa C. G. Urolml.
lilooinsliurg J. It. Mover.
Limestone Babbit & M'lVincb..
Uuckhoru M. O. Slinomitker.
Lime Ridge Low &. 'I'liompson.
icrwiek- J W 6lilca
ty 3, 1(415 ly- 2.
rlllE Danvi'.lo Steam Woollen Factory, for-
9 nicrlv owned and oceuiiied by br. i'etftkiu
!i;is recently btcn )urchuard by the subscriber, who
csiiectlully announcea lo hia Incnda and tho pun-
lie cencrallv, tluit he la now prepared to execute
ill kiniH ol work in lua lute ol bumne-w, at the
diorte.-tt nolice, according to order, and in iho lies
comparative manner. Having none to consider
uto expense in rcpairini: bis tnai hinery and appa
ratna and beinj; very parlii'idar in Hccu'ing die Ber-
vii i-H of exii'-nenced nice luinca. he It els cwnlideut
lltut be is capable of executing all kind.-i of wotl.
in hia lino in a st !c Ktiperiot to nily other c-!ul,li:.lt-
inent int. lie country. J'ricea of oik na lolloivs :
t'lolh i vurd wide" light at, d datk, from 45 lo f.rj
Cenla pet yard'
Do boltle gre-iK, olive brow-ii. Ac. from ."iO to ft'
Salit:cls of the above cohua, troiti lUlo'll
Klannels one yard wide, 0 ceiiU.
Wine, broivn or black, 40
Madder red. '
ilaiikrl 2 vJ rvi-V, iil..l" r-l.iin. from till to 70
et'tils per anl.
A-P.ttitg- b, PTJLLIITC-
tt ill lie none in tlte ncsl loaiine, , i a- nmi.
ii niicen All kinds of coun'ry produce w! ,
taken in poymciit for woik at iuiiviliic niutkil
1 . - r . ...... T i . .
CLOTHS c5- I1UIXKETS
Constantly mi hand, fur sale at iiduud price
for (.'a-li or I! alter.
For the iiecominodali'in of custoinerK living nt a
diotanei! wool lor .lanufjcluiitig will I c taken n
at Ihe following places :
COl.l.WiniA fUl'NTV.-Isae Klii.e'a Mil
l'i.-hiii'e ck; Hnhncs' More, Cnliiiid-iF; Low .V
Tlioiii,'.ii'ii's htore, l.ime-Kiilgt ; W . 1-. V.'a',lur A
Co.'s store, licrwick ; Slewatl t llickt I.-' store
J angevillc; 111. .t.'i KcUy ('".'s fclure. l.bietils
utrg J John I!. Hiarplcss' store, Culiawis it; L. l!i
id's fetore, Jersey town; llerl cV Mcljiidc's store,
''lnle .it'; KtmiipV l"te, I'.'iv-hii.'uti nvlile.
I.i:ZKRM2 Ct)i'.N'J-Vi: vnoiirH.il .if.Kinet
tun; fJil.lei'. b'cM '. i!l..-.!,aire; i; cir,' sloic, run-
j,e; JuiIjc Mack a iWl.i, II until, gtoii
J'luin written ilirccliuiis viust (tccom
nany each parcel.
1. Ii. UJ.A ui! 1..AU i .
Danville, May 3. IS lo "
WWTDLLl) rer-oe'jllullv itiiono ti n Lad
V v I'.lnoni-bura and vicinitv. that she ha
WW ' '
eccived a laige asKortuiciit of
,t her shop on Main-street jieaily opposite Docliler'
i,,el, and second door below .Mlvertllorn's, when
lie has all the articles us tally kept iu a Milliner's
lore, The Ladies arc all inviled to call and exa
nine for themselves, IJonnels and Caps made uttd
lone up in the too-t fashionable si) le,
iiloomslhtrg, July la. IS-lfi, 13
jjJS hereby given to nil persons not to pui chase
thtae Notes of hand, fur Gfty dollars each, dated
July 81, Isl'l, signed by the tubscri'ior and made
pay alia to Daniel &avue, one in ot,e year, one in
two years, and tho other three years from date
Also three other Noes nf liuiij, figned by the stibj
scriber, for sevruty-onn slid two thirds dollars each,
dated July 4, 1H44, tnada payable to Moses cvape
oncpayublc in one year, one in two vrars, and
one in three years from lisle, as llicro w as a decep
tion practiced in obtaining raid notes, nod tlirefore
not huving received a value for 'hem I shall icfusi
to pay them tink'ss comr riled by law.
T7i J.MAS CAROTflKRA
Fia'tildiu. !.ymlifg connry, b'episo"; llo ?3
CLOCK 5: WATCH
rS'liCTI'I'LLV infortriH the citizens u 1 1- 45, by tho member nf the fust nwbyleriut
Jj (y'olutiibia County, and the public, generally Church of iloomsburg; in tha county of Coluiii
hat he has loenie.l himsnlf in Dloonisbiirg i n Muin bin; and lilulc of 'rnni Ivunia, l y a ooiiiiiiitlei
itreet opposite St. J'uul's Church, wltere lie bantduly elected by tltein for lhat putposu, it ai ituir.
ipened hop, (i ml is uuw readv anil pri pared to
receive uud excculcult work in his line ol btndncsH,
wili dispalrlt and in a woikmaulika mtiiiiier.
cloclis t Watches
of tne beat quality, can lo had at hia cUabIi.-dimcnl
onsvery reaaouable term' .
ISKPAlKINf.' & C I 1 A J I f."
will bu done to thcsaliafnction of llie rtitonier, as
well of Clocks uud W audits us of Jewcl:.y, uud he
w ill further, warrunt hia work lobe cxetitel Us
well as any in thia section of the blu'.e. lie will
also make to crder
or pocket, and in short, will do ull olio iw oik 1st:
ally done in a well tenlnlcd res,eclublo rslalilibh
uicnt. Ho hopes by sti'ct allrnlion to busincs
and a desire to please, to teceivc a liberal share o
patronage. Country i't odtico taken in pay men
for work nt the market prices,
pUloomsburg, iN'oveinbet' 15, 1844 .lO.t
'I'll 12 subscriber coniinues lo carry on
CHAIR ilfA N U FA C TO I X G
business at the old stand of H- &, S. Ihfiei,
bucb, where he will be ready at all limes
in lutniah Fancy & Wintlaur (Jbaits, iSci
lees, ISoatoti Rocking Chaira fce, of evert
iescription, which may ho called (or, at
slinrt nolice and on the most reasonable
terms, lie will also execute Houkc, iSiyu &
Ornamental fainling, and Ilonae l'aperini!.
in a superior manner,
From his experience in tho business, ant!
his facilities ol manulaeluring the variotii
irticles of his line, ,e flatters hiinsei; tha
he shall bo able lofurnisli as good work.
and upon ns reasonable terms as can ht
done in the country, all nf wbieli be will
dispose of lor CASH or COUNTRY
N. IL Orders from a distance will hi
strictly ai d punctually attended to.
Bloomsl org. Dec. Ill), 1843
fjlll A' subscriber having esla!,!i-hed a tVF. H'i
0 Llll.Hl .M.Yt I.ICTOUY on A'ain-
street, m ar the ridenc of L. I). M.ius, be is now
prepatrd to furnish Cii.iita of every descriplif n, on
as good terms as they can l e jutrcliusaj elntwhcn
,i the county.
Such us lied Posts, ll'ugon Iluis.
Nose llocfrs, fye.
SIGN, OKNAMKNTAL IIOL'SK
This latter branch, Irom Ivs evpeitetice, lie bi licvc-
lie can do a little better ban any oilier pi raon n
d-j-l'Ol'LAR I'LAMC will be taken in pay
iiient at the hiijlicst ,Kel pi ire
SAM I'LL HACK.Vnn.'H
C 0 L L 12 C T I.) 11 S
TAX PAY Kits
t) conTipunt ofa Ciiculr.r, lcltly ir.-urd by
the date. Trd-urcr, directing hat lb Slale
l ax slill rciii.tinin tnil' aid, for tho pre cut and
f.iniier vears. must be paid into the Mali) T'i e i .ti
rv. on or before the second Tins, lay in January
!iet, uud that every county, tailing to pay it
portion of. Slate Taxe.-: i ball be, alter that titni
charged an uilcrcst of live per cent, on soei
aiuourit as sliall rcmiiin unpaid, and ptynieuis
from the Stab' Treasury, for school or otber pur
orcs withheld, until mu ll balance with ii leic-t i,
fully paid; we are umlcr the necessity of icimirin;1
the sevcal Tux Collectors of l.Ybmibia .'oiinty to
collect and pay ovet into the county Treasury, on
or before the j bird Monday of .November next
U.L the State- Taxes fee former years which Mil:
'I be pnuuptnrts with wli'eli our lormer Cirrulai
cap icsjiotidcd to. Mli by Tax Collectors and Tux
i'avcrs, by which tbr county 'JVcasuter v:
iimlilerl lo pay int-i 'lie t-1''- I reasory at that linn
eqniied, the Whole amount of vtate Tax din
fiom this county, for the prc.-cnt year, induct s it
mIu lieve, thai Columbia coun v will net on ll:i
-i-co-u) Tuixlay ol'Janua.y next, be found uinoni.
he ib fttillei's.
liv order of the Cnfrnb -ioren.
i:. .mi:.Mji:M!.i.l, ckik.
"oHiniissiotic s 0(",. e Dot. villi , J
lptl'u,bll 13. I SIS. S Ct
Ol. J mm uli Sj J'
rnSYni". ft.l -crit i r has just n reived a bine a.-
1 soitnnutol .-i'l.. 11 S uti-.l M'l, ('
TACJ.C (.iLAfSfKS, of the bist (jttality, ui bi.tli
white and giecn. I'iiiii, .o. Jj, npvvutds.
U.j l'e.sons alliiitid with sore eves, will fun! it
to their advantage lo call and ut 1 ulas.-cs fiom lint ;
is Ihey may IV rl adurcd of dctiving a great bcmlh
Irom their uau
O. L. SMIII.TiS.
Dloomsburt;, May IV, IS 15 1
Cabinet Ware House.
HIIE suIt'Ctiber Would respectfully infoi ni the
puliltc, that ho lias taken the sli ip hitclv oc
ttpird by iS'ainuel Lilly, mar the uni cr end ol
Bloomsburg, where be is carrying on the
i n oil its various branches, and where be will be
lappy o wait upon ull those who may favor him
with their custom. Ilia I'uruitiite is win ranted to
be made of good matciial and durable, uud he in-
tcndikeepuig on band
Sidcbourds. Secretaries ,
Wardrobes. Card Tables, Din in
Tables. Breakfast Titbits,
Cupboards. Stands, Il'ush
ami all kuula of work in his line, which he will sill
upou a ri-ssonauie terms as ttiey can be purchased
I.y strict uttoniion to buainess he hnprs to ro
wn.c ii Hive iii luuiiH pniroiiagp.
Aprf Tf, 1510,-ryl
All pwnoiis inlereatcd will tuko nolice, thaA ar
application was, made to the judges of the, court ol
conunan pleas, ailting at 'Danville' in and fin
Columbia County tit the term of August; . L
tint enjoy the pinna ami iminiiiiitien ol a cor
poration, by Ihe naniB Mvle At Title oflliell'nst
I resbytcriaii (diuicll of lUoDtiisbUru and it in,
siillieicnt reuson should he shown lo ihii iMitiliury in
die next term of the Court to be held ulDanville nfote
said; the third Monday of .November next, tho said
court will lio n make a dicre? and ih elate; that lb.
per iinsso associated shall by the ntiiiir; hlyli-A
l ille; of 'the first J're.sl yterian Cbureli of Uloon s
burg' in the comity nl'Coliimbia Hl'orcsa'd, become
and be a corporation or body politicngrccably to the
Act id Asficmbly insueh cssfl made anil provided
. JAUOH EYKRLY, hot.
Danville Aug .2dd, 1815
JID Ml SIS TIM TOH' S XO TICF.
The folate nf THOMAS HAYCOCK
tale of Fishingcrnk towuhi; de ratrd
have OTiCE is hc.cby given that letters of admin
indtb istralion.on die above mentioned Lstnte
tniiicl een granted to tho ."uliseriber. All persons
are rled to said estate are hereby nnlihcd to make
ato.l diato pay lent; and all those having claim
rro rcpiesled to pre-setit lliem propeilv aulheuti-
JOIIX M. HAYCOCK. Adin'r.
Rhorsbur;, August SO, 1845 Gwl'J
TA I 6iO H.
REsrF.C'l'Kl l.LV. informs the public'that In
lias moved into the building formerly occupied by
; lie 'Register' in Market street near Win. Kelvy
t Co. store whero ho will ahvav be ready t.
iiiike any kind of clothing, nt the shortest notice
utd in the best and mot l.ishionalde style. 1 roll
iiislong experience in the bu-iness, he fialter
ItiitiHclf th tt he shall continue to give general sal
faction and thereby hopes to reieive a share ol tin
Tj 'articular attention paid to cutting.
All kinds of country produce taken in payment
Bloomsburg, Aug. 0 1845. tf IG
The snhsciibers have eMnMishfd at tl e
I'tDve place, a new MAJlllJJ'J Y.I II I)
and will always be ready, at ihe siiorle
niiiicc, to furnish to order,
TOMB-STONES, UEJlll Til
J. I MBS Mi lNTL ES. I VI IN T
STONES, MULL EBS, kc.
or any other work in their line. They
also prepared to Itirnisi WINDOW CAI'f
t-id 811.1-S, DOOH SILKS and STKl'S,
.tn ciihcr of Ma.blc, Lime or any kind ol
stone lhat can be procured in this vicinity.
&7" Having had "nns-iiicrable experience
in ihe business, titev ph-tloe their work lo
lie rxeeiiled in as -bandannie a n le its r an
)( furnished from snv vara either in th
city or countrv; and nn as reasonahlp Ir-rrns.
AUUSTKONG h HL'CHE.S.
Pdoomabutg, Nov. 3, 1813. ly 28
. O T I V K .
Exlalr if Crortr' Deitcrkk, laic ?f Bloom
Til E creditors of the estate of Genrg'
Dfiteriek th ceitf t d. w ill take notice that
inder?i(jned lias been uppoinietl an audiioi
ty the Orphans Gntiit ol ('t,lutnl,a (Jimmy.
ii ndjusi ihe rates and proportions of th
issets of said estate, to and ainont! the re
speetite en tlitiirs, ticcortliiio to the nidi i
stablisdietl by law, and lhal he will attend
.t Hip house of Charlm II. Dcohltr, ii
I!l o:n sliu rjr nn Monday, the 27th of Ocio
'it r next at 10 o'clock of said day, to pet
I'ortn ihe tlulics ol l,u eppoinimr ni. hen i;
vbere all pi rsons init res:td can atidid il
hev see proper.
S ptemhrr 5th. 1815.
HlIOUsmjRG, GOLUMDIA CO
fPTVr' snbTibr re ipct'lfol'y informs bis fri.n.l
g nntl tlie pid'li.- eciierally, thai Having ion
; b led hi-, large and coinmoilioiis
1 I . t il t i.' I'J.
;n !!!),, rs'oi g, and fried il i.p in o,,,! ;-. ir, no
oreo-:e,l to enlerl un 1 1 itv i i e s ;n (!:. l e-l n..n-i i i
io . I be -t-sun's I In- u'l.c lllll no pains shall i
spared lo give f. u lal a-iti-iai-ticu. lie li.-i.:l
.luing so to tn' ri I atnl ii i ene a sli.iie i.f li.e j-a
no.i'.'c I'flhe puohe, uml iniiles all ,, ci'e bun
i- ill. MCliUL.U KIMiT.
August ail, 1315 IOtf
FI!OM tlie enl seiihcr, poiti
liiiit! i'go. an lodi'tt'tired box
nam-. I JAMES COLLINS
aged 1 (3 cars One ctt.i, 1 1
no chari'es, w ill fie paid opto
Ins io in i; returned iii me, ami all peisoi.f
are forbid haihoring or trustini; him on nn
iccoutit, as I shall refuse lo pav a'lV (lebi
of bis foulraciitii;.
Williamsluirrr, Aug. 13, 1815-21
S hereby given to all persons not lo purchase n
certain -Note of band etvrn by tne to I'rcdciirk
Aitller. .luted Sept. 'J, IS 15, for the sum uf f.venty-
fne dollum, payable six months after dale.as.havii'"
receiver no consideration lor sa d A'ote, I shali
rcluse to pay the nanvi.
Alontrur, fept. 30, JH15 22
A I. L persons knowing thrnurlvcs indclued to
i& lite stibsriibet, are requesteJ lo come fcrwsrd
" make povment.
will l uken in payment an usual, and received in
DrrcmtsT)-ot'g. ,t isi
t'ATAU &5A CDI
jJaCOII DYEU infotms lravel!r
his old customers and friends, tl,i
siill keepa the aliovtt Hoiel, where he
tc happy V) wnit upon those w)to (utr
tint with their eiiB'oin. His hotue i-i Ury
mil conitnodioue, and well rtraiu-d to a
eoiniii'xhito hia fiiiesls Jiii lable h lwav
provided wiih the cjioicrai Viatulc the ri't
ke's ran all'.ird, iilttl his Har ronlai.8 turns
iiftl u hpst iiipinis tiat ran he found'
iei'llilll of culliiifV, His stablea Hl'e !tU
iiiiphi, iind good otleia are alwaya iu at
teiiih.nce. Cia-tttsa. .Inly 12, I8I5-2iiU2
' 'Hits -ISig-ht oi .Search.'
i;-NEW AKIU VAL OFH
Slcadv Itfaile Clothin g.
The sii'iscrilier has jiint reedved a h rj; h
as.nntnent of READY MADE CI.OI Il
IMi, wiieh will lie sitld as cheap for ('as
as they can he putt based in ihe county , ,
Gall and examine; lor ytttiisdves, aa ll,t
' Utjihl of Scutch' is uaraniicil lo all.
J. If. MOYFIt
June 7, 1815. -7
J.IVNE'S 1 Willi TONiC.
This Hair Tonic bus produced beautiful Kctv
Ifair in the heads of hundreds ul:., bad bc.-u bnld
for years It ulso purilies the hei.d from Laudrull
Cii.es diseases of the scalp I'leserves ihe hair
from falling oil' or bscomiug peiuiiilieitlly gray
IviVNE'S V.IUMlNJl'llVE SAL
SAM. IS a certain, safe mid rfTectual remedy fir Dyg.
outcry, Diarrhoea or looseness, cholera morbus.suin
iner roinplaint, colic; griiing pains; sour tt. much;
-ii'k and nervous bcadaihl hearll,urn, watuliMsh;
!ain or sickners of tlw stomach; vomiting; spitting
up of food after eating and also where it asses
through body unchanged ; vt unt of itppitito;
estlessiiesn and inability to slcip; uin.d in lite Mo
inacli and bowels; cramp; uc; vous tremors and
twilchiugs; seasickness; fainting, melancholy and
lowness of spirits, fretliug and cry ing of infanta
utd fur ull bowel affections and iirrvons disrases.
Dr. JAYXE'S TONIC VERMIFUGE
Which is perfectly safe and so pleanant lhat
children will not rcluse to take if It i-lb dually
lestroya worms: neutralines acidity or sourness of
die stomach; increases appetite and ai ls us a gene
ral and permanent Tonic and is Ihercfo.c exceed
ingly benclieial in in'ei mitlent andlicu.iltcnt levers
and indigestion; dj c and is a certuiu and pt-nnauciit
cure for the fever and ayuc.
DM. JAYNFS SANATIVE riM.S.
They may be taken at all limc ant! it)
moat diseases In Iiillatiuiiatniy, inicritiil-
itli Kcinitlcnt, Mil
, ami every oilier
form of Fever Jaundice and Liver ''otn
plaint. For Dyfpcpsiu iliry arc really an
invaluable artirle, gradually chancini; Ihe
Aitiatcd seuretions of the stomach and liter,
ami producing healthy action in those im
porunl orrrans. They hi e very valuable
or diseases of lite Skin, ntttl lor vital is
c.iininonlv called 'Impurity of the blood;'
also lor Female Gomplaiiiig, (Jotivrtiess
.tc., ittid in (act every disease where tin
Aparienl, Alierative, or l'tngative Medicine
may be rcquitetl
JAYNE'S V.XPEC TOR AN
Il always cures Asthma two or three
'aroe dosej 'A ill titire the Croup or Hives
Children, in from lil'tvi u riiinuii-s io an
hours tune It immediately puhdut ihe
vinlKiiec of Hoopino (Jotiiih, and i ll'. c!s a
speedy cure. Hundred who have here
ijiveu up by Iheir phvsici ins as tin tirralde
. ith 'GoiiMitnption,' have been rt'tuutu
jiei let I heallh, by it.
In lat I. as a teinedv in Pulmonary Dis
o isi s, no tut tliciiiB has ever ohtaiutd a
iiijjhcr.nr more ihsrrvetl reputation.
tJThe above Medieine are all for sale
allhe slore of JOHN R. .MOYER.
1 J I cto ill s lti r j. 3(
Harness, Saddle &.
'ji L.I'LC I PI LI.Y inf.irts the public tliM 1:0
biL.itcl lii:iis.-ir in the hop nci door
' "'' I ll n'eii'iii' Ii. l.'h.-ur La lory. .Vain stieet
"ic-oiiil utg. C,. Inn, I i.i c.-mily , lii ;e he viillcii ry
mi l!ii'bliee bus nc.-s in all its bran,. his. Jle will
e. p coii.-.t.irtly on hand line and coarse
(Joe nod 'Jim 11 rsr. II,intses,
i'In.ic Cottars. Saddtt, BiUlcs
and TrmJn; ,f-r-.
f every descriptioii ; mil luivju .7 !i.u a lor(re,pP.
riem c in (hr- business, he can fiirnisb as irooj woik
in. I in cheap as can oe purcba'cd j the ennntv'
(ij-'All kinds of comitry produce t!icn 111 pay
merit l.r work, at Ihe market nr!r.-
May tO, 1915 (JitiU
u. f. EiYi?3:r!-r
fi rSPECFTUI.LY inform, the putlir tb,t
j. he has Iocu-d himself in the Shop btrly
"ceupird by ZIBA KL'filiLEH. In MAPITRT.
s I f.'KKT, where lie inlrnds carry in ou lie bots
business in all its vmi.uia branches.
built and repaired, as well aa one hors
WAKfiOXS AM) nUKfirES.
if every rlaseription, snd ! kinds of CoentrT
Work, jn his line, ilcne at thou noiice, andu tb
most reafonable terms.
fTj-Good Lumlier and ail kinds of Cnmit Pr.
Jnee token in piyme.it fur work, but Lmsh will not
April ft, 194.'. 6m60
BLANKS ! ! HLANKS ! !
iC'Wuaiit-Pf.niank KXtCL'TIO VS aarJ
SUMMONS jiift primed and for a'e