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, PKMOCRA ITO CANDIDATE FOR
WILLIAM II. FOSTEK.
Seteral Canal llitaii hate arrived llu
pa't week from PhilaJelnhia, ant broughi
M our trfrhanti n unusiMlly Urg supply
of gio.li, amt ly iefirinre id our coluim ii
w ill he rn they hae taken the right
meihoJ to dispose of iliem ripiJIy Ader
tifd. Busmen in IJIooiinliurj mi never
iimra brik ihnn no, and advUe a
do arc in w snt nf nterrhsinlisa to come to
I Ins jl.ee as lieie iliry will find them chanp.
an I a rea l sale fur all their produce, at
THE COURT HOUSE.
On Tliuraday lieu Mr. Mean broke
ground for (lie foundaitun of dm Courtlloiiec
ar,d we It'Mii from him, ihtl il i his i ri ten
lion in push toe building forward to comple
lion at fast as pontile,
We liava devoted a large portion of oui
paper to details of the inovemeiiia of llieAi
my of Occupation, and it will be ictn thai
General Taylor has g lined a glorious viclo
ry over the enemy. The official despatch
es josl received, and for which we have not
room this week, corroborate the statement
uf the battles, with the exception of redu
cing the number of killed and woundedCen
Ta) !or says-'
It lias been quite impossible as yet to for
iiisli ileiailed tenons ol o jrt'iiipjjeineiit wild
ti e enemy, or even accume returns nf the
killed at wounded. Our lna is nt (
Irmn 3 officers and 4'.) men killed, r.d 13
officers and lot) men w.iuiide '; wIiiIh thai
of the enemy has in all pruSani lit)
exceeded 3lK) killed; more- than 21)0 have
been buried by us on the twojliclits ol battle.
(Jen Vega lias anived at New Orleans,
and has been liberated on parole-. Volon
leers are fl icking to lb' S aioUrd if (!en
Tiylor, and there is no doubt that are tliis.
be has :ecived 5 or OWIO reiiifoiremenie,
and prnhdbly taken po-aeasinn of Matano'
n. Further news is waited for wiih t,x
ieiy. Th lVsi.leiii h n na le a re niiti iii on
the (Siiveiimr of t ' 1 1 Stun f,ir six Re'
weiiis of nfinlry. her (pintiiif ibe (if
llmn-niid Volunteers mil'iorised lobe i;ilae'
Tic citizens nf New Orleans have (!
spa ibeil to Point Ivibil. in the Steam-.!,!,
Al.ibam i, a fine steed for Cipi.iiu U :ki r
lie gallant Tx Ringer. Tin y have al
so opened a subscription to prut tire hint an
eleg nil sword.
COUNTY SABBATH CONVENTION
ll has been pinpoint by ibe Agent nf lh'
Sabbath Association, to bold a ronvctitini
of the fiiends of ibe Sabbath, in Coluinbi.
rouuty, in Danville, on Friday, the 5ih '
June next, at 10 n'ciock, A. '. 7'm
meeting w ill he held in the M lb d
chorel). Tho Rev. Mr. Pown.r., Aeem i
the Subbsrl: Association in ihe.Snte.ii fx
1 1 i ti d to be irescti1, ionl to -a'btri s llu
meeiing. Odier addresse s niay a's i be t x
peited a nl various matters reim.id tot be r -liginus
obs ervaoec of the I.rird's day i
be recommended to ibe a'.leiition id l'.-
An opportunity will thus be afforded fn
the fiiends of ibe S.ibb.itli in Coliimhia
rouiiy, to recommend their views on ihi
important sulj-(:i to thtir fellow eiii'ii
at large. It is earnestly hoped the oppor
lunity will not be lost. There is greai
!:eed of some eireclive measures to biiiif.'
into full prae'.i.'e the sentiment which an
known lo prevail almost, universally a
rnong the iniidligml friends ol social onit-i
and religion in this countiy. 1'he meeting
which have been held in the different coun
ties (,f the State, have, been regarded a
highly utifiil There is gond reason lo
hope, that the proposed meeting for 1 1 I -coun'y
will be productive of great benefi
lo the lute rt st of religion, and to all the in
itrt h'.n nf men, in this qnsrter of the S'.aie
The fi ic-nils (jf lbs cause have il in then
power to make il so. It is earnestly re
rvimmcrided lo the perpU of the various
dislriets of tl,e eiointy lo hold seasonabii
meetings and ap(oiint a large number of del
egates, who u i, -1 1 1 1 i . ! -r i i their doty n
i.tii'io', and llu Iriemls of llie Sihlialh il,
j-ennal. ivinlliir appoiulrd as i!ple)-ates oi
not, boili in anil nut of the rot.niy. an; rc-r-ipifduily
iipol e'irnesdy iiintcd i) h
prfrifu'i :,iid lo lend their eounieii inci
mid jid in j ruiiiBiiiig the ol jotls ol the meet
We select the following labia of distances
from the Pennsylvania!).
'I'll disiance from Galveston to Foint
From New Orleans by the river Aisis
ippi and const wise 10 Point Isabel 80 '2
New Orleans la Galveston 492
I'ioiii Matamorai to the bar near the
noaih of the Rio (Jrandt by the course of
tlio river 75
From Carpus Christi to Point Isabel a
'lout GO miles by the road 80 by the coait.
Dt'si;it lies from Coin. Conner.
Wa Isarn that Lieut, Ilooe reached Mo
bile the day befors yesterday, from Waal)
ington, on his way to IYnaacola, with very
important despatches forCommodore Conor.
It is said that the news of the commence
titnt of hostilities, received here on the 2a
mat. was transmitted to ashineton bv
pecial express, where it arrived on ibe 8;h,
and that despatches were immediately made
p and sent South by a Government Ex.
press, we hear it rumored that the instrtic-
tions lorwarued to our squadron w ere to
blockade foilhwiih :he Mexican coast, and
to bombard 'era Cruz N. 0, Times,
MARRIED. In Hemlock, on Thursday
May the 28ih, by the He v. Suiiuel T. Lord
Mr Ln Barton to .lus MAnv Catiu
rink l'uRtL, daughter of Mr. John 'ursel
DIED. In Bloomsburg, on the morning
)f the20ih inst. Mr. Gurlock Bomb ov.agod
Wm. IVIcKclvy 8c Co.
IC Kj A I. jutl received anil noiv niiriiiu, one of
ibe l,i ;:i'hI uoj imiKt extensive Mock
I II II J
ewr hronniil into (Iiilurulii i emiul v. 1 Ik ir
i.i.-oriineiil ti)iiM.-,le in pail of llu! ful mwn,;:
LA LIES' U EAR.
fltrrzi'i, lienor Scurf , in zniiitfi.
ure l and t tiin it- Lainm' Laai.tx,
J'riuli of all (mi ilien putcrns
on pi ires, M kjjerue tin J
V ill mi Sham's. I'urn
l,i'fr, Kid a id
Si k G uvcs,
Si k and dill tin
ll'ic, PockJ JLui.lkcr
r'uffi if a I Untli mid a taunt
evict, thing c se that .iititu maj
irith fir inc uding a large tt.iiirlmtiit of
HIIAII) AND STRAW HON NETS
if a h'lperinr qun'ile.
GENTLE M EN'S WEAR.
eilli-, Cii iiiicn, I ) r r iJti ( Rsi-imco ; n new arti
cle. I '; -i I 1 1, ion slufi'., Tweeds . (Jainlirmiiis; huiii
luer . l Kiat i ii ami fancy esini(!, eruvula.
fcc Iiei and Vdl ions Ollief u.licleH.
C:.Ti!. i, n , I.aJiug BOUfS and SllOliS
if evi' y u'i ijttiun.
UUOCKIIIKS AND LIQUOitS.
Vti.'a-ej, Lnnf and Brown Pin-ars, Cuiree, Teas,
ipiecs. M iclei,, coarhc and fine Salt, Brumly,
liiiin, Wine-, 4 tit, Ac.
Assortment includes every aiticle anil
Irit i r i ii y In" enl!i il f ir;
II I'D WARE.
S-.idei, S,ovelj; Turk
lines; Ate.: Hand. Vi!!
V m il an I en,,, ci;t S.iw..; Tiles: Units; eren,
hoiks, Knives and Fo k , Unltonii; liui lie.-; iVc
Of ,,11 .iz , Uoiliiil, Mir ami Hind Iron
;,.it S eel, and a i ii-: i al aoi I .lie n I ol
A ', nf which will he t. a I n,. ....ver rhun the
'.we-i; an. I nil kin. I- of I.I'M U!;' and riit)
l)l I-'. I.iken in pavinetit.
Mry :;o 0
a r Tin:
fOT' nci-ivrd at ',v A'cide Mto. in a id t; hi
to the t inner it. ii k, a larje ln.l nlf,i-ivi a-
DRY COODS. GUOHKRIES, MAUD
W ARE AND CROCK ERY,
comprising nlmnsi every article that rrny h wanted
eittier lor Ladle' and (Jenllerne n' Uifuses or fur
iniliek linn All nf which will Md l tha un-
oiii.il luiy Drico fir which ihu blora it no lamoua.
AI.I. kinds nf Lumber and Country Produce
m ech ll'e f.ir (ini'ill.
Al.llRKiHT .t MENCAL
.nvrd al tl.e MIU I Ml.T
I. II KL'l'ER I.
Ilcfley fc iTIoiidfiihall
HAVE just received and are now opening a
lileudid assortment of ntcv. cbeao and Usu-
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
scleeted illi great thre aa to jiriee and quality,
Superfine Cloths and Casnitnnes, Tweed
Lloth and fane; Cuaimnei fur
Gentlemcis wear. J'elvct,
Satin and Fancy
I.nlies' Dress Goods, Hith as
Cashmeres, I)r Laines, lialzorines, Lawns,
Crape de f.aines, Ginghams, C'tfu'
coes, Muslins, $c. cj-c. and
Braid SrawBonnels fy Trimming
In fact a gonerul and well selected a-sHrtinen4 ofi
DHY GOODS, GROCERIES AND
o, wn.cn .ney aro anxmus to e rheau for
1A or in exchange fur Count, y I'roduce gener-
OF new and beautiul patterns, ju.t received at
the ISew A'tore.
L IJ RUPERT.
:ue n-jin of extermixji tiox
AGAINST HIGH PRICES,
Carried iu(o Alrica.
fBl.'H siihHerilier t;ilie i occasion to annomicd
i lo old iutioiia, nnd aa inuiiv new lines aa
WiHli tuhuy ehoiper th.iij.cver or any where else,
thiii he has just opened at hs old stiiud in Miiu.'
struct, a totally
Comprisinj- n (nil and r.irefu! Ke"eiimi of ( iinijhmnK
Mounlin de l.aiim, Uerae.s, Fieneh lawnu
and I'niitH iiiiill,cainhrie andliaireil M in
law, Poimee, Silk and I'mnhric
lluiulkeri hiefn and Mia wis.
Cloths, I'usnimcrcs. 'I'weeds. Satin and funev Veil
ing-, Panliilomi Smll',, (jjinliriHiin, .S'uiii.
iner Clntlis. Cruvnt., Stnfka,
Tick, iVe. Ac. &e,
To an examiniiti.in of which Ihe suhsenher re
sprctliillv invites the attention of pnn-hnom and
o heia la-fnre selecting el.-ew here.os lie feels assured
i hut he eau satisfy the mu-it faalidlont mid ccouo
Iiloomshurg, May 2s 1S4G. 6
Qlff I'OUNDd of Shoulder.
BfPy Hani and Side iUt-ul
junl received it Ihe Arcade Sloru.
ALIiKlU Ll 1' & MEN GAL.
new nipplv, jnsl received at the INE)
L B RUPERT.
- 11 AIi'!l:l,S ?o 1 ami 2 of firt qnalilj
jnl received ai
'l;i .L'i; More.
Jl. BRIGHT k
WARTS, COKNS, &r
'I'M K siilisi ri!.er irifirin the
i',e tonne ail kinds nf ('ai,'
,'hlir that he ii-
Va ts hnd T'on- :ih very little pain and in i,
dent time, lie refers to several lOBpectalile riti-
us iii l,i r.eili'ioihoed, -U'hns iNiuiuel Hcsh,
vVdliain Kile and others, that has heen successful
in teveml in-tHiieet and i not Unmhuging as is
inn frequently tha ease among quarks. He wai
r.it j certain cure in any case ha unde'tikca or no
fry-U'arl, See. on cattle and other animals are
also cored oy the ciinscnner who resides in Mount
Ph - "ant townhip on tho main road leading from
Miilvi'ile to ll,,onishiir(;, ahont I j miles from Fred
Mi. i Mnlcr i avern where persona are invited to1
M..Y 30, lSlf.-ljf.
J-iinnioi sitiilenl .No. ,,nd 2 I.IC !(
i:i;r.l.. I'V lh ILiuil or Hull' iicl, at
Clieip l,ljhl---lllTt NciV Mule.
A. II. KN ABB t Co.
It) pursuance of in order cf tin Orphans'
Court of Columbia, county, on Saturday the
'-27th day of June next, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, Jacab DeinottAdminialrator &lc.
of George Whiteniiflit late of Madison
township, in said countv, deceased, will ex
pose lo Sal ny Publio Vendue, upon the
premises, a certaiu I ract m land situate in
ibe township ofMsdison Columbia County,
idioining lands of Samuel Richards. Reu-
t)n Wilson, John Christian, and John Uelz
containing one hundred acres and allowan
ces about 05 arces of which is cleared land
whereon is erected a frame House andUank
Barn, with a good Apple Orchard and other
r'roil Trees on the premises.
Late the Estate of said deceased, situate in
the township ol Madison and county afore
said. J.7COH EYERLY, Clerk.
IVie Estate of SMC KLISE late of Or
ange township, deceased
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of
Klminiairation on the above mentioned E
iai have this day been granted to the sub
:i ii' i,
icfiucr. ah prrsons iniieoimi lo said es
me are hereby notified to make immed
ne payment, and all those having claims are
requested lo present them properly authen
ttcaieu , to
MARY KLINE. Administratrix,
HiRAM R. KLNE, Adininislraioi
Oranire low nship, May 20, 1810 6w6
M.MEDIATK imployment willber-iven ta 75
:oiiiiiioii I.uboi rs, t'aruciitcrk
nnd ItlasaiH, to work upon the Cattawissu
Bridge. Apply immediately to
FRIOK, HAKTMAN & BL'ARD.
Catt.iwissa, May, 19415
LADIES' BONNETS, HEAD DRESS
ES, &c. ike.
A splendid assortment of T.auieh' ionnctij
f Head Dress, Artificial ?'lowcrH, liibhoiia, &c
very cheajSHt the Light-brrcet iNew Soie by
A. 13. KN ABB Co.
the T.liroilt.VU f.'SiYW.'SS.
smart active I. ad 15 or ll! yearn of aire, who
cmi eome well reeoiinneiKled, will receive pood cu
couiagtment, upon iirnnediate application lo
DIoomHhurg, Mv 53
ICPMAKE WAY FOR Til E..C4
Mew f ore.
rCnilGj suhseri'.iers tuko this method of inform.
B 102 tlieir Irlenda anj ttlo rmh he -rnneralli,
'mil they are now openini- the second supply of
M" '"i" iioo is, to wlucli tlicy would mo.st resoeet
l'.,ll.. . .1. f .1. . . '
Mi"i nivuu lneiupiiiion oi inoae wniate in want
oi .evv and Cheap Uoods, coiuinling in part of
Viol hf, Uassiiieres,SHinelsfy Vesting
' ineiican, French and Knlifh Fahrics.
touting and Pantultions Stuffs,
a vejy superior article of Tweed Cloth and Caisi-
mores. Angola C.issnneres. Drillings; Gimhoons
.Vc. e. Cotton 'aiitnloon Smll's of every vaiic.y
and oi ,ho most desira'.ile styles.
c.unpiiainB every variety of style and piees from
i to 20 cents.
New elyle of French Lawns, a splendid article of
new ntylo Moulana de lane and summer Cu.Mmierex
imongst which may hetound a hiiudiome article nf
Uciuge Fk'knii; .MousUiiu and i hiltohjwl
Will I E GOODS.
Barred, striped a,,d plain Jaconeu andt'aniWii
.Vlushns, Care, Muslins, hook, mull and Swiss
Alushr, bishop Lawn, curlain Muslin, Scc.
Brown and Bleached Muslins from
H to 1:3 centi pur ya.-rl, blfaeficd and un
'deuched T-ibie Diaper, cotton Oaioaburt, Jic.
'J'ogether with a full aj.iortmrnt of
Groceries, Spicet, Hinlwane and Cut
kry, Queenswuie. Drugs, B mts
and .Si 'es,
ind in fact every arlicle usually kept in Country
Tie public Rnerally are invited to call and ex
amine their stock before purchasing el..eheiR.
Thankful for past f.ivo'S, they flatter themselvei.
hy Blrirt attention (0 business lo meiit the j atron
igs of a generous public,
A B. KNABB &. Co
f75'-5JT a,All kinds of Lumher. Hrain and
W-rlj1 I'rodiice taken 111 change 'o.
state nf MICHAEL I VII I TE NIGHT
ate nf Hemlock township, deceased.
BrJ EKS leatamrntary on the. Lutate of Ml
A chaol Whllenight, Lit of Hemlock township
Cilumbia coilnly, deeeaaeu, has been granted to
the tmbfcrihoi, refilling in Madison township, in
said county, by the Ue?istcr of oaid county ; all
pernnni having claims or deinanih aqainl lh estatt
ol 'Teritnlor. arc reipiesled to make them known
wilhout dclav, anil all persona indebted to said en
late aro le-pjired lo make payment fnrlhwilh to
JO. KKICH Ah'l), L'xeculor
of Mi. hacl'hiteniiiht ol llemlork township, dee'd
Mndisjn towii.ihip, May ', !?! 63
Centre of Gravity.
A NHW TAILORING
niK anlueribera respectfully inform tho citi.
zens of Ulooinaburg and vicinity, that they have 0
cated themselves in Thornton Now Mum. ir
Main, two diors below the Comer of Main ant
Market streets, in Ulounuhurg, where they will al
way be found on hand, ready to accommodate
tliose win may favor them with a call. Tlieir
work will be donein the latest and mosl approved
-"jib uir neainem anil elegance 111 the husinem.
r rom tlieir long exncrience in the Imsin. ws tl.t.
flattei theuisfllvo that their work will be donu a-
neat a can be done eluowhere. All woik intrusted
in their earo warranted lo fit.
CCJTTI Xfi d""e on the ahoiloat notice and
warranted to lit it properly mado up.
KLLIS Si VAN UUSKIKK.
May 2, 181fl2tf
U.C'OC.NTRY PRODUCE, at ihe maikm
price, will be taken n exchange for work.
rpiIH aubscribera inform the public hat ll.ev
Jl have eatablished a FERRY at the old cross
ing, a anort distance below the mouth of Fishine
m.T.'. . 51 nuperia and procured a lurg
i""1 r 1 -wt l"ng, and new I oats for
loottnen. Having good- assimmti they will he in
lenmnesa 10 lurry all whtf apolv from t
SINULtf FEKiOM to a M.Y HOHNif inin
ED TEAM, without delay, and uuon reaajnahh
. ., , fOX & METZ
f HllllH-Tllini. .'..C.kw. .1.. . ..ll! ., . t
a : ' ""'"iimiui puiuio inat hav
. Jl mg procured a I E VV FLAT and boats for
.oilmen no nas esiaWisliod a FERRY NEAf
CAT WNSA KDllir.p . ... .. U;W
.... . .. .s,,. uiwuuu, aim will at all times
he in readiness to ferry all from a FOOTMAN to
. 1 w nunst, LU.VDED TEAM, without do
ay aim on reasonable terms.
PROPOSALS will be reeeivud hy t!ie (,'om
miBsioners of Columbia county, on
Monday Hie first dm of June next,
between the hours of 10 o'clock. A. M. and 2 0'.
clock P M of said day, for building a firidgo over
LiiR Fuhinr-creek where the public highway cross
nf said creek leadinir from Illnnnulinm ," fimi
Pleesant and Greenwood, of the full jwing descrip
The abutments to bo 15 feet hinh fromb,
marit, (;et long and 8 feet thick.
1 lie Mipera'ructureia to he an arch iifnnn i,m
I.. I. i,... r . . . . . 1
.iic uiicr, iou met iietween the utiuimentx
1 l uposals lor said bndiiO Wll ho leeeived 1,11 ib
On T ufsdau the 2d dan June ne.rt
letween the hours 10 o'clock. A. M. im.l 9 ,...l-
I'. M. of said day, Proposals will be received by the
Couirnisibioriers of Coliimhia Ciilllilv. nt iti Hniiua
ol Ihoinaa Mendenhall, in Snar I.oal 'J'ownship,
fm I'lilldlnj a Undue over liiu FishinoC
the public highway crosses said creek.iieai en(on'H
I 1st Olbce, in s.iid Township of the I'.ilhmiiw de.s-
ui ijt inns;
I'he lllnilmenlH to he 12 feet hiirh frnm Imv u-atei
mark, S leet I hick and 20 feet Inns;, the supriistruc
tiii'j 11. in ne an aicn ot one span single track, J2o
eei nem et'ii I lie atHitinnits.
uy order of the Cornniis.-innei s.
E. M EN DEN H ALL, Ckrk.
l nmmisstonfr a OlTict
BtmviWe, Man 14. l's-ltl
A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF
miss m 1; iioinso.
AS just received at her old stand in Main
street, an assoitment of Milhnorv and Fan-
y Uoods, eoiisisling in part of
STRAW AND SILK BOSXETS.
Fashionalile Rildmns of all kinds.
Bonnet. Velvet nf alt colors and finality.
Summer Artificial Flowers nf vl kinds
md almost eveiy thintr. eNe in her line that may he
rilled lor; all ol which will he sold veiy low. La-
lies are requested to call bcfoia uurchaaina- eW
May 9, 1816-3
S h"rnhy given to the nnlml-ri her to the Stock of;
the Callau isxii ICridKc oiiiiaut
hat an Installment of i tl'i: IHtLL.IIlS per
hare in required to be paid to the Treasurer on or
before tho fnnt rhiv ol lune next.
l!v onlor of the Board lI Hinctora,
DAVID OLAr.lv, Treasurer.
I'ntt6wifsa, May 1, 1 S-l 6 2
kST A 15 3i!SSI31 KXT
The iiihacrihers respe -tfully inform the public
hat they have coinnionced the
TAILOR I NO BUSINESS
n Eloonifhure, in the ioihling, lately occupied bv
ICnoch Howell in Market street i here they inteinl
arrying it on in all ita various branches. Having
hid isome experience in ihe husinesR, thny fl.iltur
theniaelvea that they fhull b"- aole to do all the work
intrusted 10 thtn in an fjshiona'nle and woikman
likc manner, and as expeditions!; an ran he Hon.
in any other tdiop ;n the cnun'y. They, therefore,
ask a fhare of public patronage; at least, they wish
to be tried.
A. T. EVELAND.
April 4, lS46-yl50
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
15LOO.MSBUR(J, COL. CO.,
OlHce, comer of Lasl and Mulu.stn-its
II F. aubmribft infunnatho public that she has
JUST RECEIVED FROM
AJ HEK STORE, LOWER END OF MAlNi
Jin Extensive Assortment of
Among them may be found
Braid Bonnets, Pearl Straw Gimp,
Porcelain and English Straw,
Silii, Sa tins, Lawns, Bom
' bazins, Ribbands nf evert
description , FU-w-
Dress SluJs, Bui
garines, Ginghams, Shu
did Lawns, Calicoes, Trim
mings jor Dresses, Caps, and a
supply of HEADY MADE
and almost every other article that may be called
for in her line, All of which will be sold on
the most reasonable temi. Ladies are requested
to tall and examine hei goods for thcmsnlves
M. fe S. BARKLKY.
April 25, 1S4G 1
HF. supacribor has just leceivej in addition
to his former stock, a complete assortment or
suitable for Spring and Summer use, consisting in
Mouslin de Lai na, French Lawns, IliregM
Oinhani Eawnfl, Fancy Prims of all
Paiieros and pricey Gainbronns,
Tweed, Summer Cloih!; Fancy
Casimeres, Cot 'on Stripes,
Worsted, Thibet, Plain &
Shaded Mu'jslui da
J8iiie Shaw Iti,
VrMiincs, Stocks, Pongee and Cambric
II (iiilkerchirld, Curded and Grass
CI. nh Skins,. Also, n Ur
As-orlmen( of Florence Braid &
S'raw A'onneis.Rihbons, Silk,
0,1 Clolh,HoHiery, Parasols,
Porcelets, Suii Shades,
In fact every thine that inuv be reouired for I,a-
lie-.' or Gentlemen's Miring or nummer wear, all of
vvbith he will fellas low as they can be puichastd
in the county of Columbia.
All kinds nf Lumber andConntry Produce taken
in exchange foi Good.
L. B. RUPERT.
T III? Public aro hereby respectfully informej
that we have lately entered into Copartnership in
Ihe above business al the Brick Shop, formerly oc
cupied by Mohus Coffinan, on Main-street, below
the new store, where we intend lo cany on the
above named business in all its branches. Wa
pleilgo ourselves that work done at this shop hhall
be executed in as neat and workmanlike manlier,
and 011 us reasonable terms, as can be done at any
other fihop in this place. We therefore hope by
iriet attention to business, to merit and receive a
due pioporlion of public patronage.
M. (OFF MAN,
S. BKOBS I"
N. B. SHOE V.N G done 'at the re
duced price nf One Ioll'H'. Small
profits and quick return our motto.
On the Estate of S.'lMUEL IIGEX.
r,U('I. late nf IJIoomshurg, deceased
"fcJlinC'E is hereby given that Letter of Ad
1. miniatraion 011 the above mentioned Eatato
have been granted to Ihe subscriber. All pcisoiu
indebted to sui.l ciute am heieby notified to mal.o
innnediato payment, and all thoao having claims
are requested to present them properly authentica
BK!Ml 11AGENBUCI!, Adm'r
April U5, 1646 6w I
A D MINIS Tit A TOR' S NO TICK.
Ihe Estate of GAINES J.ICKSO.,
lute oj Bloom township, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin
istration on the above mentioned Eftato
have bceo granted to the sul.srriber, living in 13 loom
towimnip. All persona indebted to said estate
are hereby notified to make immediate payment.
and all those having claim6 are requested to pie
sent them properly authenticated to
April 18. lS4f)-Gw52
The person who took a 'TIN BUCKET, from
ihe pump of Air Clayton on the morning of the.
lSlh inst, which was nol their own, will do ell
as ihey are known lo return it to the subscriber.
If they dont they tnay expect to catch Jese.
J- W. CAMSAN.