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SINUU.AU KAtJKOK HKINC.S.
The 1) is roriexpuntlciil of the Nnw
t; A Ivrlmer, willing of i vi I In the
,'i al Royal Lunatic 1 1 ; t 1 Hi Cn r
ton, about rievrti mile from I'.ui,
C'vea (lie following lijtriesliiig icintini
' i iiiujr race of liu-inaniiy luuml in
t funicular ilepirlinenl (f Kianci;
VH VVPIII loiliul tile iMir fr llll l il'S
i. i' ii we pointed out id in aeverai
if ii i . t
"main v. lioo liouls were of a veiy pe-
,nli i tim, more or lesi ,i)ro,icliiiii
lie pyramidal; the f.ce miht iipieneiii
' hife, ami the occiput the apex.
Vheii luitheidi were pariict lai ly Hi
l tun cuv. In rt feienre- lo tin in, In
imaikru that this neei ot liL'ad was
(n-'ul),ir to a pellicular depai tment il
!'V nice, in the came maiitur an ihe ll l -heads
of ihe Indians are putiliar to om
4i ihe. In this ilisitict muie children die
et an early age than in any uiliei, tin
lioasfa being pi iucipally convulsion
miii i her tnulailiet which ih'pi'nd
the health of Ihe brain. Mute insm.
eirrc from lhi, than from any oihei
fjiartcro (lie kingdom, in proportion
to Ihe population ;ini finally mote can
'if 'iliocv. rpilepsv. and Ihe like, ihan
Uewhere. What is the ceusi? Evi
..lently Ihe peculiar shape of the head,
which pcivailea (lie peoplo of that whole
reaion, who all participate in thi tie-
'fortuity in a greater or leas degree, with
out a finale exception.- St univeiaal i
it, indeed, thai Bnve painters and sculp
'tors, reimuine it as the natural head ol
man, have drawn -from thin sourje their
'beau ideal of beautv, and Axed upon the
stooping shoulders of then Venusea and
J polio, heads gracefully rising in la
'An investigation rf this extraordinary
phenomenon has been made, and the
-cause discovered. The Flat Head In
dians are Jtnown lo alter the form of i
,eir 1 h,.d., M P ,w.
ikull -when tls bones are in a more or
less cartilaginous stale, and not yet firm
ly united. From (his fact it was sus
peeled, lhat some-ftuch prank wis prac
tised on these children of France; and,
-ure enough, it had been found that
mothers and nurces have been employed
rfor centuries in the wholesale busman
of driving mad, maiming, and murder
ing the children of a paiticular district.
This enormity has been committed bj
putting a peculiar cap upon the heads ol
1heir lender offspring, and fastening il
tightly there by means of a strong band;
end this simple cord has killed its hun
!red?, and diseased an entire egior
'With the Flat'Head -Indians Ihe pressure
is in another direction and may affect
"the intellect while Ihe nutritive organs!
fare unimpaired. Dr. .Fovillo mentions
8ii auiopsis madrt on one of those coun
trywomen, who had the venous circula
1ion jo impeded that a large plexus was
tformed, fur the accommodation of which
-a derp cavity was suivk in one of the
lubes of the brain. So that from the
-i filly ambition of improving the beaut i
dul proportion! of nature, men have
succeeded in producing the valuable va
lieliesof FyraniidUd-hcods, Hal Jlcuds
and JJl etc heads.
"THE WEALTH OF A COUJVTJRY
. DEPENDS UPON ITS FARMERS
What ts wealth.? These things which
are-convenient and necessary to use, and
which administer to our wants and com
fort, jloney alone cannot, iherefore,
he considered as wealth bccauie if the
articles or things above mentioned are
not to be 'had not in existence, a man
- would be poor indeed though he was
loaded with gold and silver. If he were
hungry, and there was no bread to be
bought, his. gold would be of lit'le bet
vice. Il is true, nirikind, by-common con
sent, hive agreed that gold and silver
should be the figns and evidence of
: properly, or, in other words, the meas-
tire of properly; and he who has a cer-
tain amount of it, has evidence of so
much wealth; he can change it for ilit'
very things which do, in fact consiituu
Thus a man who has a hundred dol
' hrs in his pocket has a ticket, as it w re,
to entitle him to enter into the posess-'
ion of 100 Uxhels of corn, or. 100 yar.
- of cloth, or 100 acres of wild land, or a
yoke of oxen, or a hone and wagon, as
the case may be. 15 j I if these thing
do-not exist, and he needs them, his
ticket is of no more use than if he had a
ticket logo into the thear and it should
.' be burned down before he used it.
The clt mentv therefore, t-f wealih
consists in material productions brought
together, chanjied and modified by tin
hand cf man, of the fanner mi mt-chan
ic. t(rimerce, though necessary and
honorable, is ro'hing mi re than tin
moving or changing ol tl t-S" prorluciior t
1 from place lo.pltce. ll we Hie righi
1 in the position vve hav lakm, thai
wea'ih con-sist3 in iiatuial prouiittiorii1,
changed and wrougl.t upon by the labor
of man, il follows that the crjur.iry which
j)0ssefses Ihe mo! nl the lenient 01
materials lo woi'k ypon a good a-oi I ; a-'
tmndance of water pnwir: fornita ol
'.in Lie 1 ; rpanies of dilJeient Liu J o;
stone; mines, tul bod ol di tier e nl Iiih1
of material, c , must liavo the tnusi
ll then rrq'iiics the hand of IntluMij
and skill to put them together to form
real, nibs lulial wealth. 1 his i e
l iiy of the fanner And nuchanir.
Tile more iiululi i .n and kkilfnl thi.
eii'fi ii, Hie more wealth win lie accu
mill tied in the coiimiy. I) fanner
mid mechanics uniif.ilur ll 8"e thing
Hhil)? Ale 1 hey nut ton apt to think
iheiiiielvin mere iIoiUIii h ami servant)'
in (he Mideast ol weil'h? And, in
'luud, i 1 lie 1 e not a Ule sandaid of re
wc ibilit) ; too much in una in society
mil are not the product ivu classes to apt
00 imaMure themselves by 11? Thi
Maridanl appears to he, idleness and 1
line coa ; and Co 1st q iunily, the mon
die a man can be, and Ii ier the dres.
ihe nmre of a g-ntleman. .Not no. K
)"cul)iluy should consist in an improv
ed mind and skilful and induslriou
hands. Moral (pi ilifiMiiona being f
oil 1, he should Ii ive ihe most houot,
who, by the c iinbination of ihe etloits
il his mind and physical powers, has
-ontribuied indole lagi ly to the incieast
of those 1 hi nt' which consiitute wealth.
A NEC DOT k op (j JACKSON.
A letter from l'ensacola says that a gen
ileman sojourning three has amused hi
leisure hours in hunting up ihe legendary
history of the place and has picked up tlx
Gen. Jackson, during It is exploits ii
Florida, wishing to get the most accural
inl'orinaion respecting l'ensacola, loaded
up a country wagon with chickens and
under the guidance ol an Indian in the dis
guiao of old clonics and a long beard made
his appearance there as the pedlai of a rare
species of game chickens; Having de
manded a pretty IiipIi price for hit.' came
to gam a pretty thorough knowUdge of th
place, and finally relumed without being
inspected. Whether he succeedud in sell
ing his chickens or not. he certainly sue
ceeded in the principal object of his busi
If this is true, il is singular that il has
not before found ils way before the public
hut there are old citizens here who vouch
for ihe story, and as every reminiscence re
specting the 'Old Hero' is interesting at
this time, 1 give you this for what it is
Al hough the consecraiion of syna
gogue is tooeiious a subject to j ike
bout, I cannot help relating an inciuen
hat occurred during Ihe ceremonies.
Every one who has been two days al a
lime in lialtimore, knows old old black
Moses the Ue cream man, who coe
ihrnugh the slieel, with his basket sing
'Mere comes old Moses
Poor old Moses,'
Wnh his yi yi-yi i-ice cream. Wcl
nun as Ihe .Key. Mr. I-aaca was in Ihe
midst of a 6ean;iful comment on the
character of Moses and the prophets
me veritable old black Moses innocent
ly passed aloag Ihe street, and his 'poor
old IMosea resounded through the syn
agogue. 11 even raised a smile some
what on the countenance of some of the
worshppers, whilst my old Iriende Jusie
and David of the press actually bit piicec
out ot the rims ol their hits lo pi event
breaking out into a merry laugh at ih
ludicrminness of Ihe occurrence. N Y
A curious Itishman.aficr overhearinn
pari 01 a conversalion aboul ihe -westeri
country,' on one of Ihe New York I'Vr
y ijuam, repneu, Taitn, and ve'll not
. If ... .. I I . T. . . 1 ...
catch me loiut there beloro 1'va ne.
. 11 -- " ww.
A Cleanlv shaved gentleman enquired ol
1 fuir demoiselle, the other day, whether or
not she admired muttachoes.
imi. .ni:..i .1 . 1 1 . .
wii, M jiinu mo iair cnarmer, witn an
in h look, 'J iiivuriublt. stl my act against
Veiy shortly aftcrwaa s, his upper lii
betrayed symtoms of carcfuUullivaiion.
IV () T ICE.
Estate of Grurtrc Ihittrhk, lute of Ittooih
I'll 15 creditors of the estate of fieorcr
Deiicrick dcreatied. will lake notice thai
undersigned has been appointed an auditor
iy the tlrphans'Lourt of Columbia County,
0 ailjutsi the rates and proportions of the
1-i.eiH of said estate, to and among tho rr
inective creuilors, according to the order
siablished by law, and that he will attend
I the house of Charles II. Dcobler. in
UlMomsburg on Monday, the 27lb of Octo
11 r next at 10 0 clock of said day. to nei
form the duties ol hu r,npointmcnt.wh''n A
here ad persons intercsied can atlf iid
hev see proper.
Septembers h. 1845. P
JV' 0 T ICE.
v urnn in t 1 .
fii.ni.rtr-. j luive learnra Ironi vaiinm.
iiiuici'", dial a ciTlian Mary liuinu, ot fin
.'iiliml", ciri iiliili j h nhindtr lliat.l love BAuril
Lii ;ilti iu.li d lu kill my wile, and J. V. O. nnd
I. '.. I. Iiavi! tik.UI,!' d,i,B llll! FHIIIC lllllllf
OU'..t llll'S' 1 1 1 1 V - 1 1 It 11 f Fll. I lir.llllllill.M lIlP Wli.ru a
Ki.i n.piii iimi fiiiniliT, ami hliunl ninly lu to ii
), aluuy tiliii-.
JEliEMUH si 11 rs.
UPM VJCffY0 &
j.nwws lunii roKiv.
'I'liin Hair Tunic liaa i;uiliiiej ln-uulitul New
H.ilr in lliu lii'uilri ol hundnvU vslio lunl ln .-n ImUl
tiiryc.ira ll also uu il'ii'tt the I1rt.1l liom Dinnliull
t'u.e iliwanea uf till) KCnli I'leaervp tint liui;
Ironi railing ull'ur li.coniiiin ei m.iiu'ii tly gi uy
JAYMVS CJUMlXdTU'i: L'1L-
I-Sa rerliiin, wife HiiilvllVcluiil remeily (ml))
viilery, lhat rhaa ur Iooklmiusv, cliuli'ru mu rbti,iuiii-
ner i'oiii'liiinl, tot ic; k r 1 1 . i 1 1 ) 1 11 1 1 1 r. ; umir Hti'iniicli;
-.ilk unci urrvuii liraturli( licurtlmrn, wuli'rln.inli,
,111111 nr nil kimrh of lliu Ktiiiiini'li; vmnitiuK; Hiili 1 hl;
ii nl' fund utter rutiii riiul iilm) wln ri: il hihv.i
iliruuli .n! hotly inn hiiigi'il ; waul ut' uK li(ii ;
-fili'nni's ami inahilily lutli'i'; uiind in tliu hIu-
nai Ii uud bowel; crump; ucrvuua tremora and
iwilt'liiugs; ReariickiieiiK; tainting, niclaiu lii'ly mid
liiwncHa uf Hpirits, fretting uiul crying nf iiifiiiit:
imi fur all bowel allt'ctinus and nervous JiiiruM'i,
Dr. JdYXPS TONIC VEIIMIVVUE
Which iw perfectly anfo ami n plennnnt tlml
ihildii'il will nut refuse lo luku il' ll i lliituully
luatroya wiinns: neulrali.a aciilily nr nnunuiw ot
iheatoinai-.li incmi.ios uppctito and ucta as a gene
ral and perinaneiit Tunic anil ia therefore exceed
ingly hfiifuVial in in'eriiiiltent andlteiiiitlcnl fevcrt
iiul indigi'ittion; tlx and is a certain and permanent
cura for Ihe fever and ii;uo.
l)lt. JAYNfcTS SANATIVE PILLS
They may be taken at all times and in
must diseases In Inflaiiimaioiy, iiiirrinil
taut, Uemiuenl, llihous, and every other
form of r ever Jaundice and Liver tom
plaint. 1' or Dyspepsia tbev are reajly an
invaluable article, gradually chani'iiig the
titiated secretions nf the stomach and livei,
mil producing healthy action in those ini
portanl organs. They aie very valuahh
or diseases ol ihe okiu, and lor u iiat i
commonly called 'Impurity of the blood)'
also for Female Complaints, Costivenesi
Jic, and in tact every difeat-e where an
Aparient, Alterative, or Purgative Medicine
may be required
Il always cures Asthma two nr three
large doses will cure the Croup or Hives
Children, in from fiftvrn minutes to an
hours lime. It immediately subdues the
violence of Ilouping Cough, and effects a
speedy cure. Hundreds who have beer
i;iven up by their physicians as incurrable
with 'Consumption, have been restorer.!
perfect health, by it.
In lad. as a remedy in Pulmonary Dis
eases, no medicine has ever obtained a
higher, or more deserved reputation.
ICT"! he above Medicine are all for sale
at the store of JOHN U. MOVER,
The Estate oTUOMlS I.'JYCOCK
lute of I'ishingcre.ck lowmhiji; tlctcuml
have OTICH U he.-cliy given tliut Irltrrn of inhuin
indeli i-ttralion on ! tio above mentioned Kslalc
inimoliern granted to tho ulibcrilifr. All pcrxoiiK
are rtrd to mid estaln are hereby uolilird lo make
eated dialo pay icut; and nil those linving claim
rre requested lo pro-sent ihcm properlv authcnli
JOHN M. HAYCOCK. Adm'r.
Rluirsburg, Anguit30, IS 15 6wl9
TA I E.O If.
RESPECTFI.'LIjY, iiifnrms the pumVthat he
haa moved into Ihe liuililuig fuinierly oi:riipied by
the 'Hcister' iu Maikct street nenr Win. Kelvy
&. Co. More where lie will always be ready to
maku any kinil of clotbiuir, nt the liortcst imticr
ami in the best ami 1110.4 lasliiminlile nl v lo. F'roin
liiloniCXMtriince in ttiu liUHinesn, he Hollers
himself 111 il hn Khali continiin lo give general Hal
ihfartion and ihrreliy liopeB to receive a share of Ihe
iXjf"uitienlar intention paid to cutting.
All kinds ol conutry prtHluce taken in payment
Hloomahiirg, Apr. 0 181 A. tf IB
A IF peruana knowing themselves Indebted lo
1XX. Ihesubscribcl, art) reqiieatej to copie forward
ami make payment.
BAPwK & HIDES'
win no liiuen in pavnii'iii as usuul, ami recuivcd 111
U110RSBURO, COLUMBIA CO.
Csubscribsr respectfully informs his fihmls
anil Ihe public generally, that Jiuvini; com
pleted his large and commodious
in MiorsourL', nnii iineo 11 up in goon style, is nun
Til . ....
prcp'ircd to entertain travellers iu Ihe best manner
ind he assures the public that no pams shall hi
spared to give gi nerul Fatisfaetinn. lie hopes by
lomg so lo merit ami receive a share ot the )iat
roriatjc of the puuhc, and invites nil to give him u
II. MCHOJ.A.V KIN1T
August 30, 18-15 l'Jlf
flJIHE siibscnhei respectfully informs the pab-
J lie tliat he has taki 11 the slioi lately occupx!
by IJ. K. llayhurst, at the lowei end of Market-
bstret-t Hloimisburg; where he intends carrying on
lliu alioe business in nil its branches, und solicits a
shae of Ilia patronage nf Ihe public.
In connection with the above business, he offers
hu services as an
lie will always bo ready to moke COFFINS for
the same prices heretofore 'hargrd in Bloonihlnirc,
and having supplied himself wih a good II E A HSE
he will attend with il'at lh Funeral without any
May ,10 1848 fini3
S heieby given jo all persons'not to purcba-c
certain Note ol band given liy ineto Fredeiickn
Miller, tbiled .Vent. 1), IS I5, tut the sum nl'lvrenlv.
"ive tlojlars, piiyitble six iniiiilhs nft,'.- tlate.,liit ii g
receiver no -'iiitl rulion lor h i il JN'ole. I slnill
refue to pay the wuiie.
fllouttur, Sejit. 30, l(fl."i-S
C'ATAWIBSA COL. CO. I'A.
ACOf) DYER infoims Irnvcllcrs and
his old customers mid Iricuds, that In
still keeps lliu above Hotel, where he will
he happy to wail upon those wiio favor
him wnh their custom. His house is larji
and commodious, and well nrraiijed lo ac
commodate his cucMb His table is always
provMcd with the choicest Viands the mai
kets ran ull'ord, mid his liar contains some
of the best litjoros thai can bo found in thi
section of country. His stables are also
ample, and good ostlers are always in at
Caiawissa, July 12, 1815 2m. 12
( The Night of Siai ch.'
i.TNt:W ARRIVAL OEoi
Ready Made Clothing.
The subscriber has just received a Lrjje
assortment of READY MADE CLOTH-
IN(i, wlich will be sold as cheap for Cash
as they can be purchased in the county.
Call and examine for youtselves, as the
' Right of iSeaich' is guarantied to all.
J. R. MOVER
June 7, 1815. 7
Harness, Saddle &
KSPECTFI'LLY informs ihe public that lie
ban located himself in llm nhon next door
toUumuel Ilajrenlniclis Chair Factory, Miin Ktrect
hoomabmg, Columbia county, where h will ca ry
on the above bua nrwa in nil its branches. He will
keep constantly 011 hand fine and coarac
One and lion Horse Harnesses,
Horse Collars, Saddles, Bridles
and T runksf -c.
if cvrry descripiinn ; snd having had a long expe
rience i the huHinnas, he can furnish as good work,
nti at :ieap as can ne purchased in the county
A, kinds nf country prod lira taken in pay
snrtf" rk, at tho market nricea.
II. F. IIAYIIURST,
III nsPECFTUI.I.Y informs llin public thai
fill he has loi aled himself in (he Shoo l.iiclv
ociupird by ZIUA Ul.tiUhEy. in MAKKIM'.
f I h'KUT, where he intends carrying on the above
I'UHiuesa in all its various brandies.
built and repaired, 09 well aa one horao
WAf.COXS AX I) ItUGGIES
of every iWriiilinn, and all kimla of Countrv
Work, in his hue, dono at nhoil noiicc, notion llit
most reasonablo terms.
(Tj Good Lumber and all kinds ot Country Pro
duce taken in pay mint tor work, but Cash will noi
April 5, I9ir. Cm.W
S hareby given, that an application was made lo
lliu llourlot romiuon rleuSolCohiinhia coun
ty, ul the August Term, A D 1 8-1 5, by Ihe ap
list Church and Cougregulion in Madiwiu,' pray-
111;; saiu uouri 10 grant them a charier of incoriro
rat nil by llie name and style of the llnntist
Chinch and Congregation ol Madison-' Where
upon, Augiisli!!), 1845, the sane Couit having
t'xaiiiiiictl ihu saitl iiislrument uml I lie articles,
directed the same lo he filled, and notice of tho ap
piiciiiiou. 10 ne puiili.-liecl 111 llie Columbia Demo
'nil, nt leriil three weeks nrcvioiis to the hrst day
'i me iicxi lenn 01 kiiiii rouri-
jCertilied liom ihe Records.
JAC'OJJ iiV'UliLY. Clerk
Oct, lfi, 191.3
j no ocuooi uireciors 01 Ulooin Sehnol Wislriet
want lo engage six or eight male, and Iwo or three
,'. I.. 'I' l C - -
it-iiiiiiu iv.itiit-is, eir ine ensuing nmier, lo coin
menre about the first of No ember. The Directors
will meet nt iloiunsbuig on Saturday, the 0lt ol
October, at t j'cloek in the afelriioon, lo examirti
ind select the canrridalcs. Applicants must produce
ertificates of bilily autl good moral churacier.
By order of Ihe boaid
JI. WF.UU, Secretary.
Sff 5? !i ia
I S II E R E 1 Y GIVEN.
TO all legatees, ciedilors, ami oilier petsom
inlercs'ed in tho estates of the respective decedent
ami Illinois, that llin utliiiiiuslration end guardian
.U'couiils of the siiitl fstiiles liave heeu filled in
ihe nlbce of the Hegisler of the county ol Coltim
hia, anil will lie piesented lor conlrinatioii and al
lowance in Ihe Orphans .Court, to be held al
Danville, in nnd for the county afoiciiiil tm Wed
nesday ,lhe 19th day of November iieil.al 2 o'clock
J he account of Keiilien Fabrmger. Admr. of
John i eager, late of Kuaringcrerk towiinliio de-
I he nreount ot Joseph Uiobst Athnr. debonis
won of tho estate of t-'eorgo Zcrr, lute uf Cutawis
sa township deceased.
J'he account of Joseph Brobsl as 'guardian ol
Barbara Fisher and of Catharine Fishvr daughters
ol Solomon fisher deceased.
The aecounl of Joseph I'axton.gaurdian of C'alh
arine (toodrich a minor child of Catharine (fund
rn.h, late of Caltawissa, in the ctunly of Colum
I he accuMnt of Alexander Montgomery ami
Robert Monlgumery, Executors of the estsle ..I
Maumib J.ougneii J;who was tho Executive of iln
estate or lames Longhead late of .Mahoning tow n
ship, deceased A'o far as she in her lifu limo ad
munsU red the sums.
IJlir.lsTEIl Ori'ICE, 2
Danville, Oct. 17lk 1846, $
The Members of this Coinpanv: who
navo aworus anu ueits, belonging to the
Company; are required forthwith to deliver
them to eilhei of the Commissioned OlTi
BLANKS! ! BLANKS ! !
!LjJusiiresBlank EXECUTIONS ai.
SVJIMOXS just jirinied and for ealo
VOii. BALE AT THIS OFFICE.
CLOCK & WATCH
I LH'I'.t'TFL'I.LY iiifnrum ihu ciliyeus
IS, (.'olumhia county, und the imlilic ueuerallv'
dial he has loenled hiiiiHelf iu llloini.burg,oii Mail,
tri el opposile St. J'huI a Cliiirib, wheia he bus
ipeiied uliop, and is now ready ami lueoared ti
retoive and oxecutu all work in bin line ol businecs,
villi cllsialch and III a workmanlike manner.
clocks fit Watches
of t'uo beat ijuulily, can bo hud ul his ctubihmcnl
on very reasonable term; .
ItKIMlltlAti & (JIjIPH;
will bo done lo the mlinfat tiun uf the eUKlomer, a
well of Clot ks ami Wutihesaa of Jt webv, and he
wiil further, warrant hit, work lobe ee-ute ns
well us any in this section of tho Stu'.e. lie will
also make lo r.rder
or pocket, nnd in short, will 1I0 all otheiwoik ihu
ally dono in a well icgulaled rmprclubln establish
ment. Ilo hopes by sln.ct alli iition lo biisiltes
and a desire to please, to icceivn a liberal sbaie 0
patromiRi). Country l'roduco taken in pay men
for work at ihu niaikel priecs.
Dloomsburg, November 15, tH-M -HIM
THE eubderiber ccniiiiuc to carrv 01
businesa at the old stand of JJ- & 8. llano
1... t. 1 ... 1 . . . .
uucn, wuere ne win ue ready at all tunes
lo turuish l ancy & Wuulaur Chairs, feet
tecs, lioslon Rucking Chairs fec, of evcr
icsei ipiKiu, w iiicu niav oe caucu lor, at
short notice anil on the most reasonabl
terms. He will also execute Houne, Nign &
urnameniai rainting, anil House I'apenng
in a superior manner,
rroin his experience in the business, and
his facilities of manufacturing the various
articles of his line, he flutters himselj thai
he shall be able to furnish as good work
and upon as reasonable terms as can bi
done in the country, all of which lie will
.lisposo of for CASH or COUNTKY
l. It- Urdcrs Irom a distance will bi
strictly ai.d punctually attended 10.
Illonmsl tirf, Dec. 30, 1843
Chair !T1 a 11 u 'a ( tor y .
II-.' siibsc.riher having established a .Vf; II
t ill. ill .W.I.Vt t'.l C TO It V on :Vaii.
street, near tho residence of L. U, Maus, he is now
propaieil to lurnish Uiuih ol every dcscrii.tiim m
" (? I terms as they can he purchased elsewhcit
i inc tvuiiiv.
Such us lied Vasts, If uron Hubs,
nose. jiocA-s, tyc.
MG, UKjNAIUENTAL S- HOUSE
This latter branch, from his experience, he believes
tin can Uo a little heller hun uny oilier person in
OTj-POI'LAR PLANK will be taken in nav
ment at the highest ir .ket price
8AM I'KI, IIAGKNBl.'CH
TO T A X C 0 L L E C T 0 11 ij
AND TAX PAYERS.
n conscijuent of a Citculai, lately isu cd by
ihe State Trcasjrcr, iliccling hat the Slate
I ax slill reinaiiiint uupaiil, for Ihe pre.M'iit and
former vears. must be p.iid into the iSiute Trc isu
ry. on or before tho second Tucsduy in January
next, uml that every cuiiuly, falling lo pay u
liortion nf State Taxes: t hull be, alter that time
nargeii an inteiest ol live per cent, on sue
1111011111 us snau remain unpaid, mill payments
iom me rotate J reasury, lor school nr other mir.
poses wiihheltl. until smh balance with ii teic.-t is
fully paid; wearo under the necessity of requiring
111c several lax i.ollecltvs ol Columbia 'oiintv
. it . . , ... ... -
eet uml pay ovei into tho county Treasury,
. . l...r it... '11.' 1 11 1 .
p miiMBini; 1 Mini ii otinay (il iNovcnihor lit'M
t 1 I . L- . II. .... . . .
m.i. uie mine 1 axes lur lormer years which slill
I he promptness with wrrch our lormer Circulai
was responded lo, both by Tux Collectors and Tux
1,. .. ..... 1... ,. . ,,-
1 ii , , 1 r , I'v won 11 int- colli IV I rt-astirer u..
iiablrd to pay into llie Stile TiCasury at that linn
cipnreil, the w hole amount of Slate Tax du
hum thiscouii ,. I'm the iPte.-ciit year, in.li,,. ,,
11 believe, the. Columliia cuu'i v will not. tin tin
1 'I'.... I ., rl . t .
t i iNin t tii siiay 01 January ucxi, DC lounu uniulig
lie oei.iiiiit rs.
lly order of llie ('ommisioiirrs.
I'oniiriissinne s OI'n e Danville,
Sfleniber 1:1. I 15. fit
b f ii U T ii C Ij U JS-
inil'i subscriber has just teceivrd a large as
snlinentol M'KCTACLl.S nnlSIKf
I AC 1,1, (i LASSES, of the best tpialily, of bull
white and green, from No. O, upwards.
Of j I ersons ailUcled with sore eyes, will find it
to Iheir advantage to call and get glasses from him;
as tney may leel Uosured ot deriving u great benefit
from their use
O. L. SllL'LTZ.
liloomsburg, May 17, 1815 I
Cabinet Ware House.
flHE subscriber would respectfully inborn the
B. pui'iie, llial lie lias taken the sh p lulely 01
eupM'ti tiy .Niiimiel Lilly, near the uppvr end ol
isioomsliurg, where he is carrying on the
in nil its various brant lies, uud where he w ill be
happy o wait upon all those who may favor him
with their custom. His Furniture is wairautcd to
be mado of gootl mateiial und durable, uud hu in
tend j keeping on bund
Sideboards, Secretaries, Jiiircatis,
Wardrobes. Curd Tattles, Dining
Tables. Breakfast Tables,
Cupboards. Stands, ll'u&h
and nil kinds of woik in his line, which he will Fell -
upon us rea..i,a!.lc terms us they cm, be ....rtims.,! one
11 the county.
ceive ,, share of pubhe patronage ,,
HEAD uud umtei stand ! '1 be iin.c vill t i
when ihe int tlit ine, Briiiidit ih ilb, will ,
aj'pieciiilcd us they might and tltniMi H will le
nntleihlood that Lr. Hiaiiilieih has the stioigtht
claims upon the public, ll is line tl.ul nei) m
dividuulwho makes a trial of lie liiuni'rilh Jills,
concede tin m to be the la M mi ilicme ll t j t M r
used. They are iiu'tidu leulien e ubeul v. I n Ii
there is i.o miMi.ke. 'iheir ulue in a climalc n
(huiigeublt- as tmrs cuiiiiol I e m tlicienllj nj rut iul
cd A tree pcrspiialii n is ul nine it .lined . ll ij
they euro coltls, hi. d conniniplit.n is pH tci lnl.
'I hose who lime n 1 1 ilui ilani y of I lie fu il t in of
t he m ist essential service, ami should there lie a de-liciem-y
of lii iiiiiip,irlanl fluid llm Ilrandrelli IMU
have an e.pially benelicial illect. Often lias llus
unpoituiil nie.lieine sated valuable lives in those re.
glons wheto Ihe iheadful yellow lever wai pievuil
mg, A few iloM s taken iminnliati ly upon the in
fei linn being received into tin syslcm, will U ut
most eeitain lo pieveul any muleriul incoiivenirucr.
And al no stage of this dreadful epidemic is llieru
so pmper a intdiiiiiu us the Brendieth J'iIIs. J
this mtMlitine be universally umiI iu (hit
di.case, nnd no loss of blood allowed, und lew,
very lew, would be its victims. 0 it is with oilier
diseases. Assit nature vWlh this nil imporrant
medicine to remove inoihid humors from the bloi.il,
and tlo not resort to bleeding or mercury, autUi
shall have a ery great scaicily of persons ulllit lt d
with eroiiic mnlutlies. 'I he fealhcied tiihe tbeau
unal kingdom- over which wc aie the lords, ars
not uflliclcd with chronic maladies; neither id.'oulj
we be if it were not for our price which occasion
them. Follow naluie. Use the medicine wheh
harmonizes with her, which mildly but aurely re
moves all Ihe impurities of the lilood.which strength
ens tho feeble.and yet reduces those of too full habit
to a healthy standard. Let me again sny thut every
department uf the manufacture of Bramhelh Fill
is persnnully superintended 'y me, and that eveiy
box with my three labels upon it may le relied up
on to have the hcutiieiul effect described if used
according to the directions accompany jig
A G E N T S.
WashingtOD Kobert M'Kuy.
Jerseytown L. & A. T. Livrl.
Danville E. U. Keyuolds A Co.
Onttawism (J. (.J. Brobst.
Dloomsburg J. 11. Moyer.
Limestone Babbit .V M'Ninch.
Buckhorn .1. U. Shoemaker.
Jinie Hidgc Low &, Thiympsoii.
icrwick J W Miles
May 3, 1815 ly- 2.
fHHE Danville Steam Woollen Factory, for-
M. im iiy vwueu aim occupied by Lr. J'etrikin,
las recently hicn purchased by the subscriber, uhn
icspeclfully announces lo his fricuds and llie pub
lic generally, that he is now urenure.1 to pvreni
all kinds of work in his lime nl
horlesS noltr, according to order, and in the best
omnarutive niHiincr. llaviiiL' eon,, 1,1 cnd.r,,
bc expense in repairing his machinerv and ajijia
ratus and being very particular in secu;inc ihe ser
vices of experienced mechanics, he feels cunlidenl
lhat he is capable f cutiiiir all ki.nls of wtiik
in his line in a sty superim lo any oilier eslablisli.
ment int he country. Prices l woik us follows :
llolli i yuru wi,ic hglu unci daik, from 45 to S3
Cents nei yard-
Do bottle crc'tis, olive brown. Ac from 50 lo (JO
Salti.fijj f ah,),,, roluis, l'roia 40 to '11
Flannels one yard wide, SO cents.
vv me, brown or bluck. 40
Madder red, 4:)
blanket 2 yds wbV; twi'ledor plain, from UU to 70
cunts per yard.
n ill he dune 111 Ihe best manner, uml at ittt; uhU.
11 prices All kinds of country produce will i,
liken in jiajmcnl fur uuik at Janvilllc niaiLci
TEA AW El Si
CLOTHS .) EEASKETS;
'oiulanliy on hand, for sale lit reduced nrirea
lor Cu.-!i or lljiltr.
For the accommodation of customers livine nl 1
distanci wool fur lamilat luring will be lalten in
al the fnlhiwing places ;
CHI, I MIJIA COI .STV,-Isac Kline's Mill,
Fi.-hiligc cek; Holmes' store, Cohinihus; laiw tV.
Thoiniison's store, l.ime-Kiilge: V. 1,. nllr
'o.'s slure, lierwick ; Slewiut & l.'iekels' slore,
Oiangevillc; Win. ;Vt Kelvy fo.'s store. LloomJ
mrg ; .lulin (i. Slnirpless' store, Callawissii; Di
et's store, JerM U,wn; Deri A Mcliridc's si,,r..
V bile fall; Strtmti's store. It ashiiiL'tont ill..
1.1 ZEliNE ('Ol'N'J'V Ifeymild'sslore.h'iniTu
Ion; CiliL'rslceve's, V ilk.ibaire; Alyeis' .stoie, Nan
licoke; Judge Min k's Mill, llunlingtnn
lutti written directions must accom
puny cuch jiund.
n. Ii. l.EAKUEART.
Danville, May 3, IS 15 S
MISS 31. K. UOIUSOX,
Qui.l.ll respecilully uilorm the l.adic oi
llloonisburg nnd vicinity, lhat iln ban inst
eceived a huge asswunciit of
her shop on M.iin-sttecl.neailv niiiiosiieDm lil,'
hotel, ami second door below .Vilwrihorn's, wheri
he has all the arlicles usually kept in a Millmei'a
Nore, 'J'he l.udics are all invited to call and exa
iiiiue for Iheinst lvcs, llon.iels and Caps made and
done up in the most fashionable style,
j'loonisburg, July 13. s-15. 13
S hereby given to all persons not L pim has
thiee Note of hand, for fifty dolLrsej.-l, 1
loly 31, 1811, signed by the suliwribor and' n
pay able to Daniel .Savage, one in one year, on,, In
vwo years, h.kI the other three vcars from date
inrw iiiht uuit'i or nami,njvnd Uy thr nubl
Bcrilier,ftir'vu,ty.uiie .imi two thirds iloarfrli
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