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THE G Alt LAN D
' U'iA neecfcj flower enrich'd,
'From tar'unit garden) tuWd witk tare "
I'kOM TDK ARCH'S.
WHEN IS THIS TIM C TO DIE!
T asktJ the rosy infant,
Willi ita bright mil sparkling sye,
The joy of the family circle,
When is the time to die!'
Mild as a euromer rooming',
it ihook ite head end smiled,
Showing iofancy'a no time la die,
So-pure tad uadefitcd,
I Bsked the youth, to happy
In pursuit of a builortty,
As he gazed upon me vistftillyj
When ia the time to die?'
Ilia look beipoke astonished,
As lie made me thia reply,
Di'tuib rre not in my pleasure,
Youth ia uo time to die.'
I asked the young and gay,
In the festive bulla so spry,
Wha moved in the modish circle,
When ia the time to did'
They heeded not, but aaide
Joy beaming in their eye, .
And cried aloud, with a merry laugh
'This is no time to die?
I asked the middle aged man,
'When ie the time to die!'
As he grasped at the wealth of Time,
Not heeding Eternity,
He nsweied,-'when my stores are full-
When wealth sat my command-and I
Have grown old and tired of life,
Then ie tle time to die.'
I asked the nged man of cares,
Whose foira was seered and wry,
. Whose earthly moil was neir a ctoae,
'When is the lima to die?
A tear stole down his furrowed cheek,
As he answered with a sigh,
'Old age, my eon, is not the time
For man to prepare to die,
I asked thBhristlan low and meek,
On his journy to the sky,
Whose mind was free from worldly
'When is it time to die?'
A smite lit up his countenance,
As from a faith divine
lis heart, with warmth, to ma replied,
'My Master's time ia mine,'
Eastoo, April, 1840. H.
From the Mountain Sentinal.
ODE FOR THE 22d FEBRUARY.
When Freedom found no place of rest'
From Europe's clime she fled;.
To plan an empire in the West,
She o'er the Atlantic aped;
"When on these shores the nymph appeared
Dejected and folorn,
She cried for aid, in Heaven 'twas heard;
And Wasainctos was born
She then reclined in virtue's arms
.2nd hailed the lovely child;
Fate opened a thousand charms,
?nd Hope, sat by and srriled:
Tame reached with the patriots lav,
His temples to adore.
And greeted the auspicious day,
That Washington was born.
To manhood prown, Ms sword he drew,
To Cleave the tyrant's yoke,
His nervous arm, Guliah slew,
And Britain's sceptre broke,
She saw her legions in dismay,
Her banners from the in torn,
And cried aloud alua the day!
That Washington was born.
Exaltad to the civic throne
To wield the helm of State
In council as in war he alione
Now Vernon's children gaiier around
To greet his births return
.And hills and dales with shouts reaoood
That Washington was born. '
Through an eventual life well rpep
In duty's path he trod
Till llaaven a iiost of seraph'- sent
Who bore him to his God;
In Heaven was heard an angel voice
Columbia; cease to mourn;
Throw off your sables and rsjoice
That Washington was born,'
Illustrious sitge thy work is done
Thy toils and pains are o'er:
Yeuhou ehali live great Washington;
Till time shall ee no more: '
Freedom shall wake the votive lay
Fame b! )v her silver horn
Oft us returns the glorious day
That Washington was horn.
A gfntfeman inNewOrleans was agreeably
surprised ths other dsv to find a plump
turkey served up for dinner and enquired
of his servant how it was obtained.
Why 13' replied blackee dat or turkey is
feeen rcosin on our fence tree nites so Ji
jaorn'n I seize him fur de rent of de fenue-
Ti e history ol the Bible ceases about
310 years before Christ. The Old Tes
tament was first written in Hebrew, and
sfterwsrds trsnjtated into Greek by 72
Jews about 275 years helore Christ, by
order of Piolemous I'hiladtljihuij; ki ig
It was first divided into chapters in
1253. The fust English edition was
in lojojme rust authorised edition in
England wai in 1539; the 2d; Iransla
tion was ordered to be read in churches
in 1519; the present translation, known
as king James' translation was finished
in September, 1611.
In (he OIJ Testament, there are 39
books, 929 ehapters; 23,214 veries;592.
4!3 words; ond 8.728,100 letters.
In the the New Testament, there are
27 books 260 chapters; 7,925 verses
181,253 worda, and 833,330 letters The
Apocrypha has 183 chapters, 5,031 ver
sea, and 125,182 words.
in trie Uiu testament; the name
Lord' is found 6,962 limej, and the
name of 'God' 2,775 times.Thc wo.d
eternity' but once. The word 'predes
tination' is not mentioned in the bl
7We is no mention made in the Scrip
tures of '7dam'd 'original sin;' nor
'The Covenant of Grace' uor the, Ho
In the New Testament, the name ol
'Jesus' ocsurs 925 times. The name of
Christ' 555 time. 'The Son of God,'
49 times. The names 'Jesus' and
Chi istare neither of them in the 3rdE
plstle of John. And the Atonement'
is mentioned but once in the New Tea
lament. Pla'. Dealer.
Hints to House keepers. Woollens should
be washed in very hot suds and not rinsed.
I.ukeworra water shrinks them.
Suet keeps good all the year round if
chopped and packed in a stone jar, and cov
red with molasses
When molasses is used in cooking, it is a
prodigious improvement to boil and skim it
before you use it. It lakes out the unpleas
ant raw taste, and makes it almost as good
Use hard soap to wash your clothes, and
soft to wash your floors. Soft soap is so
slippery that it wastes a goad deal 111 wash.
It is easy to have a supply of horse-rad
ish all winter. Have a ouantitv crated
while the root is in perfection, put it in bot
ties, fill in with vinegar, and keep it corked
A Quaker having sold a fine looking
out blind horse, to a jocky, asked of the
Well, my friend, dost thou see ony
fault in him?'
' None, whatever,' was the reply.
Neither will he ever see any in thee,
said honest Broadbrim.
These plagues, that have of late year
become so numerous and destructive by
toleration, in our section, can noiv be dea
troyed easily, when piuning on, and scigns
cutting, &c 1 he eggs are now seen 0
the limbs of trees deposited in rinrs a
round them. These rings are of a brown
ish gray color, frera a quatter (0 a half
men long, 8na each cor.tainin 200 is 400
eggs. Suppose a tree lo contain 20 ol
these rings, (some have more,) there arc
8 000 caterpillars with tavenous appetites
ready to devour the foilage of your trees af-
it makes its appearance. Goto work now
and look sharply for these eggs, pick them
from the limbs and destroy them
Let the slandered take comfort it is
only at fruit trees that thieves throw
I want two m traces,''
printer said lo his female compositor.
Old sayings are like pickled cucurn
bers, more valuable after their preserva
tion than when they were fresh.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the PosSOflire, at Blooms,
burg; Mch 811840.
Jacob Under GifTin (VrCil.
Fantan Urre j(i,,n Mnrri.
C. 0. Bachmen
Willi) m Rees
Green it Knnklo
Miss Julia A.
Kline A. J. Sumo
John ft Litil
James .Mcl.Hnphl.n Mr. ?ees
OUR MOTTO.NOT TO BE OUTDONE
Ily Saiitec fc Sih t i thniii.
THE undersigned having laken the kIiop
lormerly occupied by Marshal Silverihorn.
. ... . . -
most respectfully informs the public thai
they intend to carry on the above branch ol
business and will at all times be read to do
work a litile better and cheaper than any
other establishment in the place, 'and they
nope by strict attention to business lo merit
1 large portion of the public patronage
Alt kinds ol country produce taken in
eichange for work & the ready not refused
1SAU SA.M liK,
Bloomsburg Feb, 21,18404 4
THE copartnership heretofore existing
under the firm of Armstrong & Iluges. in
'he rone cutting business, is by mutua
THE business will be continued hy the
subscriber at the old stand; where may
be hail at all limes.
MONUMENTS, TOMB- TABLES,
TOMB-STONES, UEJlll Til-
JAMBS, MdNTL ES.PA1NT
STONES, MULLENS, kc.
or any other work in his line. He is
also prepared to furnish WINDOW CATS
and SILLS, DOOR SILLS and STEPS,
&c either of Ma.ble, Lime or anv kind ol
stone that can be procured in this vicinity.
fcV7llaving had considerable experience
in the business, he pledges his work to
be executed in as handsome a style as can
lie furnished from any yard either in the
city or country; and on as reasonable terms
Bloomsburg, Nov. 3, 1343. ly 28
J- IP VANDERSLICE.
EGS leave to inform the public, that
lie is prepared 10 attend to all the oner
alioni in dentistry, such as removing
The Tartar and other Foreign Sub
stances. From the teeth, rendering them clean, an
the gums and breath sweet and healthy.
7Vie cavities of Decayed Tcrt'i
ill be dressed out and filled with Gold
r other loil; of the finest quality, as the
:ase may require, which will generally
prevent their aching or further decay, and
render them uselul for years; and in many
etses during lifa
Teeth and Slumps of Teeth
Which have become useless or troublesome
will be extracted in the most careful man
ner, with the latest and best improved iti
Ofthe best quality and latest improvement
will be inserted on pivot, or (in connection
with Dr. Vailerchauip, with whom he is in
palernship in plate work) on Guld plate,
Irom a single 100th lo a whole set, to look
as wen as me natural, and warranted to
answer all the useful and ornamental pur
poses proposed by ihe art.
In liorl,cvery operation belonging lo tin
profession, will ba peformed in the best
.nanner, with choisesl material, and at the
shortest notice He therefore hopes, by
strict attention lo business, lo obtain share
of public patronage. Any persoL or pei
sons wishing any of the above operations
oerlormeil, me respectfully requested to
ive him a call.
N. The public ore hereby it. formed
that we ihe subscribers have entered into a
special Partnership relating only to plate
work as 11 is more convenient for encli lo
attend to the other branches ofthe scienci
en his own account.
J. H. VANIJERSl.IUR.
Mount Pleasant, Nov 8th. 1845 3m.
From the Susquehanna Register,
Although the public have been often im.
pnsed upon by patent medicines yet occa
sionally a really useful and beneficial inedi
cine is despised, neglected merely because
lound in bad company 1 am led lo these
remarks by a conversation wiih a friend
few days since. She had been afflicted fur
ievenl years with a disease of the heart,
which had apparently biought her near ihe
ravs one of our most skilful physicians
was called who pronounced her disease in-
eureble. An adveitisement of Dr. Javne's
Expectorant in the Register caught the evt
uf her friends and a boido cf ii was immedi
atnly procured at Benily & MhchelPa in
-Vontinse. Before she had tsken it iwo
days, there was an nppnrenl Improvement.
She has not taken two bottles as yet, but
her health has been nearly icstoicd.
I have no personal motive for recommen
ding this medicine, but merely state tliis
tact hoping that it msv meet the ete ol
some who are laboring under similar di
eisee thai they m-y likewise paiuke of its
A FrtlEKD ToIIrMAMRT,
7ih mo. 6th 1840.
The above Medicine ore for sale
the store of
ni , JOHN R. MOVER,
PI.W ua SVEH STEM. jus. re.
ccivcd and for s-dc et l!, New f-:tnrp
UcNbcrU. ' J- B. KL ITRT.
Cabinet Waro House.
IHE lulwcrilis would respectfully infoim the'
I public, that he hus taken the sh id lutrtv or
':uied by A'anuiel Lilly, near tho upper end of
"luoiiuuurg, wticre lie is carrying on Iho
11 all its various branches, and where lis will tic
happy 0 wait upon ull those who may favor him
Willi thiur custom. His Furniture ia wi runted lo
lie made of good matoiial and durable, and he in-
lend) keeping on hand
sideboards. Secretaries, Bureaus,
Wardrobes. Card Tables, Dining
Tables. Breakfast Tubles,
Cupboards, Stands, Wash
and all kinds of work in bis line, which he will sell
upon as reasonable terms as they can be purchased
111 tno county.
Hy strict attention to liunincss he hopes to re-
ccivi 1 mare ol publie patronage.
April 25, 1813. lyl
In interesting Pamphlet, called the
FWU Gratuitoui Circulation to all persons who
ill eud, 1'ieseive, ond Lend it, st K. Ltuz,
Ilioomsburg. John Moore, Danville, John Kuscr,
Milton, Waller & t'o. Berwick.
.Ill the following named Articles have ob
lained unbounded popuhrrity,vizi
rheumatism. Contracted curds, fc'tifl" Joints, and
Gout, will pojtivcly lie cund by the nle use of
the Indian Vegetable Llixir and Liniment. The
sceptical we invite to call and be personally refer
red lo gentlemen of the highest standing in this
city who hag been cured of Ithcuiuatiun by this
remedy They are warranted the only genuine
JUeufnes3Dt McIS'air's Acoustic Oihaanr'iv
ed very successful in curing oven totul Dcul'ucfg
VV e have many ceiliucates from citizens who huvu
used this OIL with co iplcte success We kvite
uli who are troubled with any dioeuoeof the L'ur,
toeiumine Ihe praof
Limelcif't Weetetn Indian ranacta is the best
family medicine in the woi Id It is a cure for Dys
pepsia, Asthma, Liver complaint, Indigestion, Coi-
Uvene-i Jaundice, Lpilfspy Uebilily yc, &c
N U It operates without the slightest pain, at
a mild but thorough cathartic, and never leaves
the person costive even if tuken very olten
J tic riles are warranted to bo cured by tho rcn
uine Hays' Liniment and lines I'alm ot china, o
the money refunded Who will now si ller wiih
this distressing complaint? Never buy it without
trie singnature ul comstork & co
comstock and co't Surnwarilla is as pare and
utrong an Extract fcomthis celebrated K'oot ascuii
possibly be made This price ia so reasonably thai
(lie poor can aUoril to use it, Licino liut 50 cent
per bottle, or f t per dozen It ia the only article
(lint will effectually purify tho Mood from ull
impunities Those who have been imprudf i.t in
the ue ct calomel, ijc, will find sure relief IVom
Last India Hair Due This chemical prerni a
tion will color the hair any shade from a light
brown to u jet black, and not injuie the huir or
stain the tkiu in the least.
Preserve and Iiecuty the Hair by usuing 01-
bridge'e Da'm o f Columbia, which imn.tdintcly
stop tbr hair from fulling out, and restore it when
!ild ISevcr buy it without the signature of Com
itock & Co.
Worms Kolmstocli'g Verm! fuse is a safe.nesv
and eltectual emetly lor Worms, in children or
adults, in every case. It is entirely Vegetable ami
cannot injury tho most delicate child even should
there lie no Worms. 1'rice !)5 cci.ls. Llou't. con
found i with other nanu s,
2're Mothers Relief 'has been Ihnrniiebly tested
by many year's expniencc. Ladies expecting
to become muthers may rest assured that it will
always aid and asiest in preparing them for tin
trials befoie them. It quiets all nervous iilli c
lions, ullays morning sickiiCBs. causes natural ami
sweet rest-equalizes the circulation of the blood.
regul ites the stomach, and laeililules the birtA
without such exciiiciating pains o.i mothers ex
peet. Jany ot oui best pbysciuns Ute it in their
ew discovery, hy which a 1 stoves and nines
or grates may be kept a Jet Illack v it li as bcauti
fill polish as a Coach Body with one application a
a year. It keeps all stoves and Pi peg from rutriing
through the summer. This Vuini.h is an entire
new invention; ar.d surprises anri delights all whe
use it. specimens of Stoves and Pipe tin use mm
be seen at 21 Courtlandi-strect w here ihe Polish
may be had at the cost of 25 cents per botile.
tioncli una tea uus uune A sure remedy. Price
Dr- Larzett's Junn 'eordird.or Prorreative Elixir
remedy ill cane cf Impotcncy, Barrcniirjs, Flout
Allies, Mensirucli.w, Incontinence, and olldUea;i
arising from debilitation of the system where restor
tion is requireil.
IltfVi )r, liarllinlomew's Tin!; Exprctnr.mt
.yrup, lo' llio cure el Lonsuinplim , Asthma.
Coughs. Colds, Spitting ,f Mood Kight 6wecl,
Lxpectoralion, Pain In the side ic, Lc
jlftgic Hair Oil It gives the hair a beautiful
Gloss, and iuclinri; it to curl, and w bully i:iii.e
my other Oil, it never soils tli finest luilies' l.o:
intheleiist Ifanyladyor geMeman kh-ill ute
this Oil; and find these tatcmciis untrue, their
money w ill be refunded
Cniifrori to he remembered Thr above pamr,
articles are tolJ Genuine in this city by ('om-tnel,
VCn, 2t Courtlandt-street, and NOH'JIElii
ELSE except of thcircountiy customers
Kcmcmber tako this direction with you
l licsc articles arc to bo Had m this plate ol
Kphratn Llutz, Bloomsburg, John Moure. Danville
Waller & co. Berwick, John Kuser, Wilton,
November, 1, 18 15 28v. Cm
ir . ,i-s.,.:i .
lie thai ho ha
eyened a t!Ci'
STOKE at the lo-pi
cd of Main Street
Jloorr.sbu', ot the
storo f.irmcllv ocrtn.i
v1 by 5, Lut2 rhcre ho intends to keep n gmcr
it ntoortmcnt of shoes and bona, for men and
womens ware, which he will tell as lew, if not
lower than the same quality of goods can behouchl
in Columbia county. He will also mnke tu milrri
ill kinds of boots and shoes, at short notice, llav
rig determined to sell low, for a small nrolii
he respoc'fully invilies tho-iowlm nro in want u
any thing in bis line, to give him a oil.
N.B. All goods bourbtof me are nan-anted
to be as recommend, J,
Sr 1 I I
TIN and SIIHEETIRON
lllh subscnber having located himself in
nioonisburg, is prepared to furnish all kinds ol
ware, and peiform all kinds of woik in his line of
business, ut cheap rales and at shoit notice Hi
has lurnislicd hinuell with a new olid splemliil
siock oi ioois, maclilnery and material, from I'liilu
ilelplus, and made a large purchase ot COAL am1
V OOJJ ti'IOVLH, of various uatterna, to supply
ins cusiomors. Jlo will constantly keep on liui d
TIA l1HK of every doscriplion.
STOVES, a largo variety, neatly and substan
tialy finished, together wiih VIVE,
SVOVTS for buildings.
CO.1L BUCKETS, &e. &c.
llo respectfully solicits public patrons IIov
mg oeen lorsome years engaged in Inn lummss,
and having experienced assistonls, hefrelsconli
dent ot satisfying ull who may favor him with
COfArilY J1E11CI.1.T9 supplied on
Call onthesouih side of jlain-atrect, 3 doors
below the ollice cf the Columbia Democrat.
October 11, 1845 lyS5
S, E. CRAIG.
IJ. F. IIAYIIUU T,
n KKPECFTLI.LV informs tho public ths
E.. he has located himself in the Shop late!)
occupied by ZIUA Itl'GULLS, in MAIIKLT-
s I liLh 1 , where he intends carrying on the abov
business in all its various branchts.
built and repaired, as well as one horse
WAGGOXS AND ISI7GGIES
of every dascnption, and all kinds of Counln
Woik, in his hue, doneatshoit noiicc, and on Hit
most reasonable terms.
nrrOood Lumber and all kinds ot Country Pro
Jucotaken in payment fur work, but Cash will noi
April 5, 18 l.r. 6m5d
T B LAD and understand ! The time will come
Hit, when the medicine, Draudreih ills will h
appieciated as they ought and deserve; it will be
tiinleistood that l'r. L'randirth lias the strongrst
tiaiiim uiou ino pumte. jt is true that every in-
oiviuuai who makes a tnal of the Jiiandreth J'ill
concede them to be tho best medicine they ever
ucd. They are indeed a medicine about which
(here is no mistake. Their value in a climate st
changeable as ours cannot be sufficiently appreciat
ed A free perspiration is at once restoied . thus
they cure colds and consumption is prevented.
Those who have a redundancy of bile find them ol
the most essential service and should there be a de
ficiency of that important fluid the IJriindrctli Pills
have an equally beneficial ellcct. Often has this
important medicine sated valuable Jives in those re
gions where the dreadful yellow fever was prevail
ing i lew uoses taken immediately upon the in
fection being received into the system will In al
most certain to pieventauy inateriul inconvcoii ncc
And at nostago of this dreadful epidemic is there
i proper a mcuicinu as I no iSrcndretlt 1'ills. J.el
this medicine be universally ued in this
disease and no loss of blood allowed, and fcv
very few would be its victims, bo it is with othei
diseases. Assist nature with this nil impnrrant
medicine to remove mm I, id humors from the blooi'.
ami do not resort lo bleeding or mercury nnd we
nan nave a "cry great scaicity ol persons ufliictci!
with cronic maladies. Tlicfoalhcicdtiilic theau
imal kingdom- over which we aie the lords, an
not nfllicled with chronic maladies; neither shook
we be if it were not for our priuc which occasions
lham. Follow naluic. sc the medicine whH,
harmonizes with her, which mildly but surely re
moves all ihe impurities ol the blood. w hit h strength
ens the feeble and yet itducr ilio. e of (,o u;i ,ui,j(
to a healthy standard. Let me aon fny thai cverv
department of the inanufactuiu of Jrund,elh Pill
is personally superintended ' y me, and that eveiv
box with my three labels upon it may be relied up
.m to have the beneficial ejleet demerit cd if user'
according to the directions accrni.oii)!ng.
. r, is ...
A ' Vj i I .t.
Washington Kobert M'Kay.
Jerseytown L cV A 'J' Ilhe
Danville E 1! Kevnolds cV Co
C.Utawissa C (J liiobst
Bloomsburg J. R. Mover.
Limestone Babbit Sc ,M Winch.
Uuck'loni M. O. hcemuker.
Lime liidge Low fit Thumi'-on
(erwick J W itilc3
lay 3 IS -16 ly- 2.
nSlHK snlifriber respeetAilly itifuitr'thr
ft that be Ins ope: cd a shop, nn Main-street.
early oppni-itc Claytrr.'n Tavern, in Moon'.sbur.
,vhee he intends carrying on
:u all Us various lirnncbcs.
of every dcrription, v.i!l be kept on hand for tali
al HUULtSAI-lv or Kb. TAIL.
Manufactured into any fi.im required,
ol all sizes kept constantly on hand, t- lovet finieh
ed to order.
Ueir.g determined to do businetB in the riuht
way, he reqesta all to call upon him before thev
punha!e cltewheie. as he Will fumith all article;
in Ins lino as cheap us they cati le purchased in
i. J men.
September CO, 1S45 lv22
TUP. fubscriiai K-b-piCifuily informs the pub
lie that he ha.i Ukt n the shop lately ocrumei
by B. S. llajhurrt, at the lower end of .Market
bstrcct Blocmsburg; nbrre he inrends cerrving oi
me auove :ius:ncosin all its tranchts, nuu biiriIj t
'.-ha a 0. tno patronage cllhc nubiic,
In connsc'.ion v.ith th: absvs businets. Lc cKzt.
hLs sarvic;s as ?.n
lie will always ba ready to make COFTlNS fo:
the snnio prices heretofore hatccd in UlooniFburc.
and hav ing supplied himself wih a gnod II FA HF.
he will attend with it'at the Funeial without im
May ,10 tFlfi. Cm3
tove nrr. fn
!e nt lbs Nr-.v f tore.
n. Rrr.R r.
e hereby given to all persons not to purcham
certain note of hand given by ths subscriber ti)
George Kclcliner, Lq. for Ihe sum of seventy did
lurs, dated on or about the lfth of August, 1815.
Having received no consideration tor it 1 shall ie-
fuse to pay tho same.
WilJiamsburg, March 21, If lG.
THE WAKM WEATHER.
The sudden'tlianges of the weiilur, during this
.eason of Hie your, exhibit u most Imnelul ellcct on
iho human system, debilitating and prostrating it.
rim (itomacli and bowsls become deianged, giving
imely notice to all, who are inclined to give utleii.
Hon to Ihe warning voice of nature. At such times
luyne's 'Carminative' never fails to afford immedi
ite reliif, checking Ihe disease and rcstoiing the
,j.ilient to vigoroi s health, Mothers cnnnol be too
autious with their children duiing Ibis month,
and the nmnths followtng, ond in the eaihcst stages
of this summer disease, whether fiom tectliing, op-
rcssive heal, or other causes, they should nt ones
resort to this never railing remedy. Hundreds of
certificates Iron rcspectabln persons in this city;
ro in possession of tho proprietor, ready to ex
hibit to ull who may desire too see thcm.nt his of
fice, No. 8 6'outh Thiid street, Philadelphia,
LIFE! FIRE!!! FIRE! ! !
J. Ml that a man hath will he give for liis life go
we find recorded in Ihe moat ancient and best of
books, but us we see thousands dying around u
with Consumption, Croup, Asthma,- Ilronohitis,
Spilling Blood, and other Pulmonary nffecliong.
we are led to doubt the correctness of the above
assertions, especially Birce it is so well Known
that a certain rmedy may be obtained, which al
ways arrests those diseases.
L'r. JAVNE'S EXPECTORANT never fails
fo give relief, and cures after every other means
have failed. This can lie and has provrd in thous
ands of ius'ances, where it has ificctrd radical
cures, after he patient had been gucii up by all
his friends and phybiciaiis.
The subscriber cflers for sale l,ii
situated on the corr.crof Atnin fid Fajt-slirrfs
in Moorrisburu', Cchiiilia C(.i uiv. I n. Jtiswi?
calculated for llie lucaiiun lur a Public JIcuic o
iid Fce front on Main-street,
Si I I-2ero Eutt-itreet,
and the road lending to ihe Blomr.sliurg Rail j-ij
lion Company's Furnaces. This Lot is well cnl
culated for building upon Fast-street as well as on
Majn, and being situated in the centre ct the Iron
Region of Colvmbiu Coun'y, is well woithy th8
at;enlion of the capitalists.
For any information respecting the conditions.
en quite of
Clcomsburg, Deceml'Ci 0
ES hereby given lo all persons not to purchase
three Note of li'ini'ifor iho situ of liollms
each, (luted April 1 I81;J signed I y llm subscriber
ayable to Absolom Bdiili.v, me April I l,-(i
one Apiil 1 1 J-17; ao.l ore A lil 1 lb-It-; as I sh;,!!
reliise to pay the same, having leceived no consid-
eiation lor thcur
March 20, lflC.
Eslulc cf William Mensch. late
Bhitnn li,iciishT). dcrensid.
f&TOTIOK is hereby -.'iven, that Lcllers of Ail-
X 3 ministration on ihe above mentioned en no
hav been giante.) to the sub.-criber, living m Cat.
tawixs.i township. AH persons bubble! to ilia
est ite a-c hereby nf-l ilii d to lnul.e immediate pnyr
;neiit, r,i,,l nil those I, avion claims aie uquestid to
present them properlc aollienlica'ed. to
JOSE'il JliOBST, AJm'r.
March M, ISIoC47
A!! prsoni indebted to iho st-hscti
her on bond, note, t r bnok nceotint
nvike payment before 1 he first day of
February next, or ilirir ccmh;'s will af
'f r that dale, be leit wi-h a Justice uf
ihe Peace for immniiatp rllrriinn,
De!?. 27 IS 15.
A n iw'rr'"!r"l
AA such ni K' t !es
I etc. y.ciltlii, Tti Kelihs,
s, Ovc- Al?r- .;,rv i,i .!
Npn'pr-:, Cake C ridd'es,
Tri!l Waggon Bexis,
Wod:?, iusl rrcei n am
from the L'anville J:r.rl0
lIHrf.KY Si Jili MJIi.MlALfj.
To the Tin and Sheet fmn Manufac
turing ?iisiiies, ii wanted by tho nub; ciliicr. An ac
ive boy, from IS to 17yenre of one niil rcrfivu
gooj encouragement upon iir.medinte npplicatioij
to D.J. face
fS hereby tivrn thai Ihe rri, mini rOuj in i- lr,f.,fl
evisiing i.mler ihe liim B,,.Im J, .,,!,
,li,Mdw,l ai d the afceouiiti, of said (i, . ,. , rn
assigned lo the subsciibcr, who alone, is air!;r,iii( J
:o collect ihe
.'! ul. 12
H.HUyK,fe of r.2nli bon der
I the Lest qual.ty, just revived by
WAI. MfKELVY & Co
50 Tntu KOM SCO-n.1 PLASTP ',
Tons LAKE PLASTER,
just received and for sale by
.'OHM K. OYER, p. M,
Wni. MiKELYY J- Co.